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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed. W. K., Chicago. It was a loser. I. J. C, Chicago. The wager on Marbles lost. A. IT., Chicago. You was correctly settled with. J. S.. St. Louis, Mo. The straight bet on Marbles lost. The place and show bets were draws. Duke, Chicago. The parlay won unless you had been notified added starters run for the book. J. B. S., St. Louis, Mo. Eutre Nous opened at 3 to 1 and closed -at 13 to 5 at Seattle, September 14. B. V., Pullman, 111. There being no separate place price against Please, the parlay was void as to her and won as a single place bet on Dandelion. Max G., St. Louis, Mo. The parlay was void as to Marbles because no separate place price Vas laid against her and won on Convolo and Dandelion place. II. C. R., -and others, Chicago. At Seattle. September 14, McClain rode Redniont, Belle Kinney, Follle L., Invictiis. Cadichon. Aunt Polly and La Rose, winning with Belle Kinney and Cadichon., Charles Meyer. Chicago. His Highness won , the Futurity of 1801 and James McLaughlin rode him at 130 pounds and in l:l5i. Do not know opening price as it was not reported in those days. His post price was 3j to I.