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GOSSIP FROM THE BLUE GRASS REGION. Lexington. Ky.. July ..— The Blue Grass Fair Association will give one or more ruuuiug races on each of the six days of its fair here beginning Aagaat s. The purses will average about 00. The racing stables of W. J. Young and Robert Frukes have been returned to the Kentucky Association track and superintendent lloss has requests for stalls from the following, who will ship their horses here from Latonia next Sunday or Monday: Jack Baker. John Bodegap, Howard Dots. S. K. Hughes. Jerry Taylor, Will Steele. Roland Drake. .1. D. Offatt T. M. Kent. W. C. Overton and W. Mc-DaaieL J. P. Ross received a telegram from Will Me Daniel at Latonia this afternoon asking for the lowest cash price on the Jxeiitucky Oaks winner. Samaria. Mr. Ross wired that he would sell Hie till v tor |1. 9W. To make room for the New Phoenix Hotel the famous old "horsemens headquarter*," elected in 1879, was desaoiiflbed today.