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MORE HORSEMEN AT LATONIA. Cincinnati, 0., September 11. Many horses are being shipped direct from Fort Eric to Latonia to await the meeting here instead of proceeding to Lexington, which opens next Saturday. The stables of W. II. Fizer, J. U. Strode, Al Bcllew, Jim McCulIough and several others are quartered here. George Dillon will serve as entry clerk at Lexington, where the meeting will be the first, fall racing held at the noted course in ten years. Many horsemen are reported on hand from Fort Erie. George Holle has Mollie Montrose, the sensational filly of the New Orleans winter season, in trim to race and she will be started there. J, C. .Milam, John Ferriss, T. H. Stevens, Grover Hughes and W. J. Young have large strings at the old track.