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SCALLOP, 10-1, WON This was the free special sent by us yoster- to those sending us .00 for one months subscription to the National Racing Review. Iday We were a little slow in sending this one, lint we believe the odds should reward our I clients for their exercise of patience. Now be sure not to miss our .00 extra special which goes Monday. September !. This one should be as good a price as the above and lust as well intended as C. J. CELLA, 12-1, 2nd, beaten a nose, the last special sent out by by us. Send your subscription early, so we can write you full particulars. Aesterdays Form Special, G0LDPR00F, 3-5, WON. WEDNESDAYS SPECIAL, NO. 427. A 0.00 fiat bet on all specials since July 30 won .f lSl.OO. .00 PER MONTH; 25 CENTS PER COPY. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW, Room 37, 71 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. REIDMOORE 3-1 Won was yosterdays Dally 1 Horse "Wire. Rotter suliscribo for this daily wiro at onco, as you aro losing monoy by not doing so. Terms: .00 Weeltly; .00 Dully. Wednesdays Form Special: April Banana 04-B5-18-53-03-55-71-GG-27-55-51-39-77. The Standard Turf Guide, Room 212, 50 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Todays Oceusloiiiil Wire: Empiro City Indiana Alo Dip Can. Turf Exchange YPSILANTI, MICH. TIIAINS LEAVE MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT, Detroit, AT 1:00 AND 1:40 P. M. OCCASIONAL TODAY! Something good at a price. Guaranteed to run 13 or money Jinck. Price, .00. Wednesdays Special: 03-80-88-05-02-82-04-99. Entry List: 7-201-205-210-242-243-247. T. C. WOOD and CO., Room 312, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago. SUBSCRIBE FOR DAILY RACING FORM. Annual Fall Yearling Sales UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF FASIG TIPTON COMPANY, OF MEW YORK, WILL BEGIN Saturday, Aug. 31, "Futurity Day," and Continue During the Coney Island Jockey Club Fall Meeting at the Companys Paddocks, Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., OPPOSITE THE SHEEPSHEAD BAY RACE COURSE. schedule: Saturday, August 31, Thursday, September 5, Karl Junebluth, "Waldeck" Stud; A. L. For- C. H. Mackay, "Kingston" Stud, and R. II. Buson, "Windemcre" Stud: W. Showalter, McCarter Potter, "Pcquest" Stud. "Can Run" Stud; Horace N. Davis, A. Albright, Jr., "Eton" Stud; R. H. Anderson, FridaV ""J "SJ5iiiuei SCDtClllbCr 6. "Teas Over" Stud; J. W. Colt and Mrs! Thomas S. Gaines. H. T. Oxnard, "Blue Rfdge" Stud; E. C. Cowdin, "Maplehurst" Stud; S. C. Lyne, Mmirlav oeJit;iiiuei Pntpmhpr O "Larchmont" Stud; A. E. Hundley. "Mon- iriunuay, nieta stul; w P Knight; c. w. Simpson, Milton Young, "McGrathiana" Stud; Estate and R. J. Hancock and Son, "Ellerslie" Stud, of C. F. McMcekin, Mrs. E. L. Israel, and Young Bros. Saturday, September 7, Tuesday, September 3, Jamos R- Keonc "Castlcton" Si-- George H. Whitney, "Melrose" Stud; Romo- MOIldaV OKJ SCIitClllllCr ICllllJl 9 ITIUIIliay, iJ, lus Payne, J. L. Luke, Eugene Rucker, John D. Carr, Thomas Piatt and Buford Allen. E. S. Gardner, "Avondale" Stud; Parmer, Stone and Co., "Edenwold" Stud; J. B. Hag-VlP.driP.SriaV 5PnfPmhPI A Bin. "Elmendorf" Stud; Rudolph Ellis. "Fox vveuucsutiy oeiJLemuer a, Hills stlId and ..SUver Erook" stud. A. B. Sprcckels, "Napa" Stock Farm; James Galway, "Preakness" Stud; William Steele, Tl!P;rinv Pnfpmhpr IO "Melbourne" Farm; James E. Clay, "March- I ULsSUdy , OeiJLlIIIIJt,! 1U, mont" Stud; O. H. Chenault, "Spendthrift" Claude M. Thomas, and Grant Hugh Browne, Stud, and G. D. Wilson "Iroquois" Stud. "Brownlcigh Park" Stud. Fasig-Tipton Cos. Eighth Annual Kentucky Sale,- Last Week in November at Lexington, Ky. APPLY FOR CATALOGUES TO Fasig-Tipton Company, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK, Or Thomas F. Kelly, "Thoroughbred Record," Lexington, Kentucky. WILLIAM EASTON, Auctioneer.