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GREAT STABLES TO RACE AT LAUREL. August Belmont is the most liberal of all the nominators iti the stakes that are to be decided at Lamel next i ith. and it is the evident intention of trainer Hihlrclh to put in a busy fall season in Maryland. Iu all there have been forty-eight nominations made by the chairman of the Jockey Club. StromlMili is the handicap dependence of the stable, while the two-year-olds have been variously engaged. John Sanford is the next best nominator for the Laurel season. With the exception of George Smith, winner of the Kentucky Derby, the Amsterdam turfman has named all of his good ones. James Butler has made thirty-eight nominations, while Harry Payne Whitney has thirty-seven nominations in the various stakes that are down for decision.