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OLD LEXINGTONS AUTUMN REVIVAL. Lexington, Ky., September 13. After a lapse of nine years Lexiugtouians will again witness a period ot fall racing. The last autumn meeting held here was In 1898 and the racing then terminated suddenly on Thanksgiving Day on account of unfavorable weather, Primate, owned by W. II. May, taking ,tbe last puree. The revival of fall racing lias brought an influx of horsemen here from various: sections of the country and indications are that the present meeting will surpass any held at tle historic course in a decade. .There Is any number of good horses ready to participate Jn the sport and the opening days card Is? of exceptional merit. There may be a scarcity -ofsgobd riders, but as those who will liave mounts are: of an even ratlus there will be but little advantage. In round numbers there are about fifty ciders on the cround. The list of official? who will J have charge of the meeting are experienced men. Charles F. Price will bo the presiding judge and Jacob Holtinan will wield the starters Hag. Among the horsemen recently arrived and who will send horses to the ost are: T. P. Hayes, J. V. Strode, Oots Bros., E. T. Graves, S. M. Henderson, George Holle, J. J. Marklein, M. Young, P. Dunne. J. C. Ferriss, Jr., W. H. Fizer, J. Fizer. J. C. Milam, J. H. Baker and others. There are at least four hundred horses now quartered at the track.