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G0WELL ONCE MORE IN GOOD FORM. Weaver Filly Runs Winning Race in Overnight Handicap at Latonia — Be Scores at Mile and a Half. Cincinnati. O.. June IS. — Race-goers were treated to some Interesting sperrt at Latonia this after-iiH.u. though the program, with the exception of the mile handicap, promised little, as most of the tatters were of ordinary quality. Their even ■alible accounted for a diversified speculation and -Hong contention from barrier rise to finish. J. P. Weavers Jewell showed a return to her good form iu winning the tea tare race, but at that her victory was held to be a lucky one, for she enjoyed clear sailing and saved snath ground all the «ay, whereas Clubs, which she beat by a scant half length. lost a tremendous amount of ground liy being steered wide. Some shifty racers took part in the contest, including, besides those named, Korfhage, Coy Lad and Roots and Saddle. The last named two were the early leaders, but retired when i In actual racing began. Waldron. who had the mouut on Clubs, might also have won with Kingling. had he used better judgment on that horse in he lifth race. lie steered him tinneec-sarily wiele. just as he did Clubs. Alitor repeated at a long price, his victory being largely due to the saving of much ground • in the stretch turn. The closing dash, one mile and a half, came in for much attention and the spectator- clearly indicated a desire- for long distance racing. Be led by a good margin for the entire trip, while Dilatory held the others safe and Outlau. a sttu-p.sed good thing, was third. .1. II. MeCarren arrived this morning from Montreal with fourteen raters that he will campaign here. Oeorge M. Henelries ten rae-ers. including ire at Britain, departed this afternoon for Hamilton. Out.. when- they will begin their Canadian campaign. Deposit and Margaret P., comprising the two-horse combination, paid the short price of |0 36 far a investment. Oowoil. fllsdsr and Be, the winning three-horse combination, yielded 08.*1S. P. J. Pons crack. Judge Wright, continues to train soundly and will be given a thorough trial shortly in a race. It is his owners intention to tost him severely and in case- he will not stand training retire him to the Pons farm at Mailisoti. Tciui.. where he will Is used for breeding. Arrivals from New Orleans stated that the tner chants there are downcast, because of the recent failure to pet! through a racing bill, but that they art Intent m making another effort for favorable b-is lation during the present session of the legislature. There is a strong rumor of possible risuiuption of the sport in Tennessee iu the event of the election of a democratic governor. Hie following work-outs took place over the La-tonia track this awning: Rac— Mile in 1:4.".. Ren Lasca— Mile in 1:40%. Black Toney— Mile in 1:1.".. Captain Burns -Three-quarters in 1:10%, Oman— Seven-eighths in 1::;::. Dr. Kendall— Three-quarters in 1:16%. Dryad Mile in 1 AS*,. Cold Color — Half mile iu .".:;. llcrniiiela -Mile in l :47. John C Weaer Throo-cpiarters iu 1:21. Jadge Wright -Three-quarters iu 1:10. L. II. Adair— Three eighths in 28. Linda Payne — Five-eighths In 1 :0." . Marshon — Mile in 1:60. Martians — Half mile in 4!. Old Ben— Half mil* iu .".1. Koaelmastcr— Mile in 1 :4.;-,. September Morn— Half mile in 48%. The Widow Mim.h Three-eighths iu 36%. Wathe-n give-eighths in 1:0.;--. Wild Horse— Seven-eighths in 1:20.