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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. II. B. C. Grove City, O. It is not probable that there will be a meeting at Charleston next xxinter I. P. N.. French Lick. Ind. Weights in races other than handicaps are determined by the conditions of the races as printed in the program books of the racing association-, a frequently-used device lieing penalties for having won and allowances for having been beaten. S. E.. Saginaw. Mich. A layer can make his oxvn rules aboui certaui contingencies and his patron- are subject to them in tb.-i- transaeti.uis with him. but should M informed ..f theiu in ad value. At the tracks in nnituels all horses in iti,-lie. I are sold as ..m- horse and if ,,ne wins all xvins. il should be the same elsewhere. But If a man xvill not you cannot force him to.