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THIRTEENTH 
ANNUAL 

Horse Show 

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN 

NOVEMBER 
1897 




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lEa T. ALDER 24 W. 2fl» 9r,, K Y. 



PRICE S5 CENTS Tîï:^' ""'rT " 






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is a guarauUe of êxullincê,** 



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Correspondence Papers? 

The finest stationery is so essential to polite correspondence that it is 
well to purchase that which is recognized as the best. 

Whiting's Papers are recognized 
as the Standard High-Grade 
Correspondence Papers- 



AU dealers in stationery keep them, or can procure them for you. Do 
not be satisfied with something "just as good." The Whiting Papers 
have attained a world-wide reputation by their excellence. They are 
made in all the various tints and different surfaces, both smooth and 
antique, and are also prepared with all the latest shapes in envelopes. 
Ask your dealer for Whiting's. 



Whiting Paper Company, 

New York Factory and Salesroom, 

Holyoke, 

Philadelphia. Nos. 148, Ko & \K2 Duane St 

Chicago. t » J J 



Atlantic Transport Line 

NEW YORK- LONDON 

TWIN 'SCREW UVE'STQCK STEALERS 

BILGE KEELS— NO ROLLING» 




STEAMSHIPS "MASSACHUSETTS," "MANITOBA," "MOBILE," AND "MOHAWK." 

These steamers have been specially constructed for the comfortable and speedy carriage of valuable live 
stock. All modern improvements, fan ventilation and water supply on each deck; electric lights throughout. 

We are prepared to quote rates to London, and via London to Havre, Paris, Bordeaux, Ostendc, 
Antwerp, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam, including feed, attendance and insurance during passage, horses 
being under the care of our practical horse foremen. Lowest rates of insurance. 

The following area few of the prominent horse owners who have shipped by our steamers : 

Richard Croker, Esq. Messrs. Duke and Wishard 

Marcus Daly, Esq. I. S. Robinson, Esq. 

Tattersalls. W. H. Burgess, Esq. 

C. Ltttlelield, Esq. Lady Sheffield. 

A. F. VValcott, Esq. Edwards Spencer, Esq. 

Chas. Appleby. Esq. A. F. Tanquerey. Esq. 

W. A. Mills, Esq. W. R. Janvier, Esq. 

H S. McGuire, Esq. P. S. Peer, Esq. 

M. S. de Beauvais. O. H. P. Belmont. 

Murray Howe, Esq. Geo. B. Hulme. 

Dr. J. S. Cattanach. Hon. John Hay. 



W. O'B. Macdonough, Esq. 

i. B. Haggin, Esq. 
ohn Macicey, Esq. 
[essrs. Tas. R. and F. P. Keene. 
Nate Saisbury, Esq. 
W. F.aston, Esq. 
M. W. Dunham, Esq. 
Henry A. Fleischmann, Esq. 
Baron Serdobin. 
Earl Spencer 
Eugene Sandow, Esq. 
Jos. R. Keene. ' 
uuke of Marlborough. 
M. F. Dwyer, Esq. 



Pierre Lorillard. Rsq. 
August Belmont, Esq. 
Arthur Blackburn, Esq. 

FOR ALL INFORMATION APPLY TO 



Hon.Thos F. Bayard. 
J. S. Robinson-Cooke. 



Williams, Torrey & Feild, Ltd., 

IM FeDchnrch St., London, E. C. 



NEW YORK SHIPPING CO., 

General Agents, i Broadway, New York. 



JESTABLISHED IN NEW YQVm SINCE 1880 

^ HlOfI STEPPING PAIRS 



C055 AND t1ARINC155 t10R5E5 Of 
STYLE AND ACTION 



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AND GE«TLEP1EN'5 U^E 

A SPECIALTY 



John Spratley 

American Horse Exchange 

Broadway and 50th St., New York 




The Elite of jthe Army, Navy, Citizen Soldiery, 

Nobility and Aristocracy of every Nation 

ride the world renowned 



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Cycles. 



Among Humber Patrons are: 



Prince and Princess of Wales. 

The Royal Family of England. 

King of Denmark. 

King and Crown Prince of Italv. 

King and Crown Prince of Belgium. 

King and Crown Prince of Greece. 

Duke of York, 

Duke and Duchess of Fife. 

H. R. H. Prince Henry of Prussia. 

Duke and Duchess of Manchester. 



Duke and Duchess of Westminster. 

Lord Salisbury. 

Marchioness of I.iorne. 

Duchess of Ponland. 

Duchess of Sutheriand. 

J. Pierpont Morgan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs Richard Stevens. 

Lt. Governor Timothy L. Woodruff. 

Stuyvesant Fish. 

Theodore W. Cramp. 



Hon. Stephen W. Elkins. 

IFflS'âS'kW.vindQVtelii 
.•0..:Q?iven.R^in. V •, ; • ' 
•CliMiAS A. Peabody. * * 
Kin8jey^4goun. < 

George Woftt. * ' * 
Hon. S&ti>b«w. ,•. 



HUMBER QUALITY MEANS 

SPEED, STRENGTH, BEAUTY OF DESIGN, 

FINISH, DURABILITY. 



HUMBER & CO., America, Limited. 

Elliott Burris, Maiias:iiig Director* 

WESTBORO, MASS, 



JAMES VILLEPIGUE, 

CATERER .... 



To National Horse Show Association, 
Coney Island Jockey Qub* 



AMresat 



I59 East 49th Street, 

NEW YORK CITY, 



Over 900 Horse Clipping Nacliines 



..SOLJQ.JJS EUROPE 

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LAST SEASON. 




Advance orders over 3^000 this 
season. 1,000 Machines and 10,000 
Cutters always in stock. Catalogue 
sent free, showing our Steam, Electric, 
Foot and Hand Power Machines. High- 
est and ONLY AWARD AT WORLD*S 
FAIR, CHICAGO, 1893. 

Only Absolately Flexible Shaft Kade. 



The Royal Mews 

Royal Stables 

H. R. H. The Duke of York 

His Grace The Duke of Portland 

His Grace The Duke of Wellington 

His Grace The Duke of Bedford 

His Grace The Duke of Buccleuch 

His Grace The Duke of Newcastle 

His Grace The Earl of Cottenham 

Countess of Warwick 

Marquis of Exeter 



Cornelius Vanderbilt 



Levi P. Morton 



Lord Lonsdale 

Lord Arthur Cecil 

Lord Chesham 

Lord Lawrence 

Sir George Womb well 

Sir Alfred Hickman, M. P. 

Sir Robt Willmott 

{ames Pender, Esq.. M. P. 
.ieut.- Colonel Coat es 
Major-General Sweetenbam 
Leopold de Rothschild, Esq. 

YORK RKFKRENCKS. 

W. K. Vanderbilt F. W. Vanderbilt 



H. MacCalmont, M. P. 
Major AUfrey 
B. L bamato, Es«i. 
Spier:» and Pood 
W ithers & Co. 
Mr. Thos TilHng 
Wimbush A Co. 
East & Co. 
Shoolbred & Co. 
Whitbread&Co. 
Phillips A. Brickland 



Walter H. Webb 
J. McK. Twomblv Charles Broadway Rouss Henrv Hilton C. R. Flint W. R. Grace Henry Seligman 
And thousands of others, besides the leading Hprse Journals in this and other countries, 

GILLETTE CLIPPING MACHINE CO., 110-112-114 w.szdst., NEW YORK. 



(] ORRECT HAND-WEAR. 



TRÉFOUSSE & CO/S 
KID, SUÉDE AND CHEVRETTE 

GLOVES 

FOR MEN, WOMEN AND OflLDREN, • • ... 

^•••» ••«• ••• ••• 

:•::•. vv : •*•:•. 
UNSURPASSED FOR PI :vi\ :C 



FIT, FINISH AND DXJRABIUTYr 



B. ALTMAN & CO., 

I9th Street and Sixth Avenue* 




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BRYANT & ONDRAK, 

Importers and Ladies^ Tailors» 

Riding Habits and Sporting Costumes* 

435 FIFTH AVENUE, 
Near 39th Street, .... .NEW YORK. 

JOHN F. BETZ 

fllianbattan 3Brcwcrv 

128th Street and Amsterdam Avenue^ 
NEW YOPK 




BOTTLED BY 

M.B. FOSTER & SON8, Limited. 

Establlslied 1829. 
LONDON, ENGLAND. 

Their faottlmgfs of the above bring: the higfhest prices in the London Market* 
Purveyors to the House of Gammons and Government Offices» London* 
Awarded Medal and Diploma» G>Iumbian Exposition» Chicagfo» I893« 
For Sale by the Leading: Wine Merchants and Grocers in the United States. 



General Ag^ents for the United States 

ALEX. D. SHAW & CO., 58 Broad Street, New York. 



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Makers of High-Class Garments 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

5^5 Fifth Avenue, 



Nc«r ^th Strwt, 

Adjoining Ddmonico's, 



NEW YORK. 



OUR BICYCLE COSTUME WAS AWARDED THE PRIZE AT THE 
LAST MODEL DOLL SHOW HELD AT THE WALDORF. 



THE SHIELD OF A GREAT NAME 
PROTECTS THE RIDERS OF 




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R emington 

RiCYCLES.... 



A CLEAN CUT AND SINEWY FRAME 
BESPEAKS THE THOROUGHBRED. 

WAIT FOR THE '98 REMINGTON. 



31 J BROADWAY, 

NEW YORK. 



REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, 

ILION. N. Y. 



WHEN BUYING 

YOUR 

New ISIliBBl 




INSIST THAT 

Tl\e Chain be Covered. 

The '98 inclosed Cham Model is Now Heady. 

ALL MAKERS. 

PULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. 

;|THE fRO^J GEAR CA^E C^., 
as3 Broadway, New York. 



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and 

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for 
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ARE THE SWELLEST SMOKE IN TOWN. 

American Horse and 

Carriage Exchanife Co., 

600 TO 610 7th AVENUE. 
201 TO 213 W. 42d STREET. 

Near Broadway and 43d Street. 



"^ TT "TE have always on hand high class matched pairs,' high-acting cobs, roadsters, 
^y V family or business horses and ponies of any size. We give a'full guarantee with 
^ ^ every animal bought, and if purchaser is dissatisfied will cheerfully refund the 
money. Our prices are up to the times, and as such we sell them. We have a full line 
of carriages of all descriptipns, at a price to suit anyone in need of a good carriage for little 
money. Our carriages consist of at present (although we have consigjnments all the while): 
of Brougham, by Healy, rubber tires; Victoria, high back, by Flandrau ; 3 Coaches, latest 
style ; one Landau, 25 Runabout Wagons of all makes, 10 Top Buggies, by Brewster, Stivers 
and other reliable makes, and 60 wagons of all descriptions. Harness, both double and single, 
heavy and light, and of all makes and all kinds. 

Kindly give us a call and we will be sure to please you. 



Thi8 is a cash business. No installment plan. 
to be worth double or money refunded. 



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Anything we sell has got 



WINTER TOURS IN THE TROPICS 

t>7 tlie ATLAS LINE OF SIAIL STEAMEE^ to 

Jamaica, Hayti, United States of G>Iombia and G>sta Rica, 

Specially boilt for Ttofkal Panenger Service. Sailing wceUy irom 

PIER SS. NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK CITY. 

Special Tours of from three to five weeks, embracing some thirty ports in the West Indies 

and Spanish Main. Strongly recommended to invalid s and others desirous of escaping 

from the rigors of the American Winter. Special Weekly Service to Jamaica. 

About $5.00 PER DAY defrays all ezpenaes of a trip through these TROPICAL SCENES. 

FOR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET, AND ALL PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, 

PIM, FORWOOD fc KELLOCK. General Agents, 24 State Street, New Yort Qty. 

WILSON WHISKEY. 



The Ulman-Goldsborough Co., 
baltimore, md. 

A, H. & CHAS. DE RONGÉ, Agents, 

87 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. 



J.W. E. CLARKE. . W. H. CLARKE. 

CLARKE BROTHERS, 

(Late of Shelburne Farm) 
Wholesale and Bétail Dealers in 

HAY, STRAW, GRAIH A«D FEED, 

115 ^?^est 37th Street, 

(Near Broadway). 

Branch store: NEW YORK. 

LENOX, MASS. 

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Aside from the world-wide use of Glenn '5 
Sulphur Soap by man, woman and child, 
for bath and toilet purposes — for 
scalds and burns, sprains, bruises 
and cuts — for preventing offensive 
contagious skin, diseases — there's 
nothing better than Glenn's Sul- 
phur Soap to use on your horse. It 
is soothing, cleansing and healing for 
sores or wounds. Cures lameness and 
is pleasant for the hands of the user. 

It is a powerful disinfectant, sweetens and 



Ifs 
a 

nice 
Soap 

to 

have 
about 

the 
stable 



purifies whatever it touches and leaves an agreeable odor 

about the barn. g^,j ^^ Druggists generally. 




Office and ResMcace, 

No. 278 West 11th Street, 

Between Bleecker and Wett 4tb SU.. ^ NEW YORK. 

EMPORTER AND BREEDER OF 



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A 5peci«tty In 
all kinds of 

LADIES'FETDOGS 

Kins Charles Spaniels» 
Blenheim Spaniels» 
Prince Charles Spaniels 
Ruby Spaniels. 

CoQStnntly on hand the 
largest stock of 

JAPANESE SPANIELS; Yorkshire Terriers, with the longest of conts, 
from a to 6 pounds In weight; Hnltese Terriers: Black and Tans of the smallest 
breed; Pngs; MInoUur Bred Pomeranians, Black, White and Chocolate. 

DOGS IN THE STUD. 




DOGS 



The Oldest and Most Sucess- 
ful Breeder and Exhibitor 
in A merioa. 



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^' ICADZSOir SOVARE OARBElt '^ 



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Agent; NICHOLAS BATH A CO., Kew York, 

On sale «t all bars at the Horse Shaw. 



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DEAN'S PATENT 



Ardenter Mustard! 



?0B TABLE AIJTS MEDICAL USE. 



W. G. DEAN & SON, 

361 & 363 Washington Street anil 84, 86 & 88 N. Moore Street, 
NEW YORK. 
Also Manafactnrers of D. & S. LICORICE. 



lohn L Hamilton & Sons, 

Carpenters and Builders. 



OFFICE ; 



347 WEST 26th STREET. 



Telepk0me, 77 I8tli Street. 



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FOR SALE IN NEW YORK ©ITY 



only in that.wonderful House Furnishing Goods Department of 




Better goods for the same money or the same goods 
for less money than elsewhere. 



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J, s. JONES 

Lfvery Tailor and Breeches Maker 

21 East 3'Jst Street, NEW YORK, and at 
NEWPORT, R I. 





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NEWARK. 



P. Ballandnc 
&Sons 



Have established, in response to repeated requests 
from their patrons in this country and abroad, a 

Bottling Department 

as an adjunct to their ALE BREWERY, for the 
careful bottling, under their own supervision, of 
their various brands of 

Ales, Porter .*^ Brown Stout. 






On sale at the Waldorf^ Astoria^ 
Delmonico^ the Hoffman House* 
and all high-class hotels. «^ «^ «^ «^ 



Ballantine's XXX Canada 
Malt Ale, India Pale Ale» 
Barton Porter and Brown 
Stoat may now be ordered 
direct from the brewerr* 
Newark. N. J., the New 
Tork Office^ 184 Cedar Hi., 
or any leading fcrocer. 



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The Yukon 

Gold Fields of Alaska ! 

It IMS teen knoiivn for twenty years past that gold existed in the vallcv of the Yukon, and it Kvas 
strongly suspected long before anv discoveries were made th i tl e streams and tributaries to the f^reat 
**Amaaon of the North " were rich beyond the dreams of avarice in the precii us yellow metal. The Klon- 
dike and the streams thitt teed it are in realitv but a smal. p»rt of ihe gold procucing tributaries to the 
Vnkon. It is no exaggeration to s^ate that thr area of the gold belt of that wealth-prcducing region-extends 
ft&Uy 650 miles from Eabt to \\ est and varies in width from 100 to 86 miles. 

The most prodigious phenomena of mocern times will be enacttd in thete hyperborean regions during 
the next twelve or eighteen months. Prior to the present discoveries the r\lasKa region has produced about 
$1,000.0(10 worth of the veliow m» lal, and now in a t»ingle bound it comes to the from with more than f6,0lO,0C9 
production, scraped off the surface wi hin a tew months (two or three months) 

The estimated \ leld ft.r the liscal - ear ending June, 1M)8 is upward of $75 100,000 "What fabulous figures 
the ensuing three or four years may bring to the Iront staggers me imagination and enlarges the realmh of 
fancy. During the most exciting periods of the California gold fevei there were no such large amounts 
taken out by individuals a have been extracted bv the Klondywe miners. In two months they have done 
better than during any previous half year, at any other time or an\ otker place in thehistoryof geld mining. 
It is known that di8Co\erte^have oeen made of placer grounds fi«r exceeding in richness ever the mar vêlons 
deposits of the Klcndyke. These are situated further up the Yuki n in the valley of ihe Stewart. Felly, and 
other rivers. Should these diggings prove to be anything like as rich a*> reported by tie (iovernment 
officials, this will be the greatest gold neld evei ducovered. These upper streams, affluents of the Yukon, 
drain an immense area marvelously rich in gold. 

The Objects of this Company. 

Knowing the special necessity of steamers with light draft for river traffic, we propose to immediately 
construct five riv^r steamers ot loO tons' capacity, two small steamers, drawing oniy 16 inches of water when 
loaded for transportation of supp.ies in sn.ail streams. 

in addition, it is proposed to buv or construct at Uast three ocean steamers to ply between Seattle and 
Alaskan points, for the puri'0&« of contro> ling "certain large traffic aJeady pledged to ihis company." 
Purther, it is the intention to establish stores and trading stai ion» f< r the sale and distribution of supplies 
that will be required to. in part, supply the enormous demand in this section. 

You, as a stockholder, will paiticipate in the large profit derived from this branch of the Company's 
business, as well as fiom the mraes located by this Companv. '^hy should you, with a small amouritof 
capital, venturt there ? Why not remain at home? Join us with our rxtensive facilities and present rep- 
resentation established in this golden land. I.-» not your chance for making money as m shareholder in this 
Company much better than it would be were you totakr yim chances single-handed? We have at the 
present time competent aitd expcn need mining engineers upon he ground ; these men have, since early 
siving been engaged in lov atiuK ctaims for the Lompaov. and bv the time next seaAon opens the Company 
hopes to be in shape to begin operations and to pay its sQareholaei s substantial dividends. 

special Notice. 

There are many persons who desire to go to the gold fields of Alaska the coming season, who have not 
enough ready money ava lablf to enable the m to do so. 

To all such, we wo «Id advist the desirability cf forming a local syndicate of three or more persons, and 
jointly purchase UX) shaicsof c^r stociL, and select one of >our numt)er to go and prospect and mine for 
joint account. 

With parties forming such ^vndicate. this Company will contract to serd out one of their number for 
each 600 shfres of t>tocK purchased from it at par, and maintain such party there for one year from the date 
of arrival at the gold fieUs. suppiyin< him with food, tools, and ail tnings requisite tu enable him to pros- 
pect for gold, and wi h help to develop and work all good claims locatt d by hi m— the claims to be located 
in the name of the syndicate «rnd ihe .VLASKA-KLONDYKi-. GOLD FINING COMPANY, and to be owned 
jointly and equally, share and bhai e alike. 

Write for Cireaiar— Ka<l Partiea'ars 

If yon wish to secure an interest in the mining pioperties now owned by this company, and others that 
it will acquire, and in the transportation and Fupp y busmess that it will establish, giving THREE 
SOURCES OP PROP r. thru ii.aKe youi sub cription at nee. 

The subscription p* ice i at p ir. ^10 per share. Parti- b subscr bmw can ren it the full amount with their 
subscription, on receipt uf which h ceitificate f r the stock will be issued and forwardt d by return mail, or 
if desired, they cai. remit $2.ft0 per share for which a receipt will be returned, providing that a certificate 
will be issued at any time wiihin sixty days on receipt of remaining $7.50 per share. 

Capital Stock f 00 000 Shares of $10 esch fully paid and no n-assassable, 
off which 26O.0OO t haras are now offered ferai bacrlptlon at par. 



8fc.ND TOUB OBI»KBS TO THE 

ALASKA-KLONDYKE GOLD MINING CO., 

No. U6 Brooilway, NEW YOBK. 

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HASON & HAMLIN 

PIANOFORTES 




VCoionial Design). 
ARE UNEXCELLED IN 

Beauty of Tone, 

Desis:n of Case, 

and Durability. 



Pianos for rent. Old pianos and organs taken in 
exchange. Catalogues and terms on application . 

3 «nd 5 West i8th St., near Fifth Ave., 
NEW YORK. 



^^ Hotel, 
/^y Restaurant, 
Cafe, 

U77-U79 BROADWAY, 
NEW YORK. 

E. R. THORNTON, Proprietor, 

Telephone 27tO-lÇ. 



PRIVATE 

STABLES 

For Sale or 
to Ment 

\A/. 68th Street, 

Between Amsterdam and West 
End Avenues. 

Handsomely and conveniently equipped 

with the latest and most approved 

sanitary appliances. 

Eight Stalls and Two Box Stalls. 

Liberal accommodations for coachman's family. 
Apply to the Estate of 

ALFRED CORNING CLARK, 

25 West 23d street. 




GLOVE 

DURABILITY 

NONE GEWUIHE UNLLSS tACH CU5P STAMPED 

A\0/< ARCH 



FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING 
DRY aOOOS HOUSES. 



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32 Weil 30" 



J. sinnoNS FUR co. 

Is managed by one of New York's most reliable manufac- 
turing farriers, a gentleman who well deserves the reputation 
of one of the best furriers in the city,*faave opened a retail 
branch at 32 West 30th Street, bét. Fifth Ave. and Broad- 
way, with the hope of being patronized by the most fashion- 
able set. Fur Garments of all descriptions, Also Novelties, 
foreign and their own make ; . Capes, Muffs, Collarettes and 
Neck Pieces for ladies, as well as gentlemen's Fur-lined Over- 
coats, Gloves and Caps. Remodeling furs of all kinds receives 
prompt attention. 

33 WEST 30th STREET, 



POL ROQER & GO. (b^vpa^oes 

Brut Specialf Vintage 1889. Dry Special, Vintage 1887. 

FOR SALE BY 

ANTHONY OECHS, 51 Warren Street. 

Sole Agent for the United SUte». 



COAL AND WOOD. 



HENRY B. TURNER, 

VARD, FOOT OF 

East 23d Street. 

NEW YORI(. 



BEST GRADES OF 
ANTHRACITE. 



FUEL FOR OPEN GRATES 
A SPECIALTY. 




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If you have any trnuble with your Kid- 
neys drink Qeneva LIthIa Water. It has 

made many wonderful ctires. It is a natural 
water, not manufactured. The spring \% 
836 feet deep in the mineral mountains. It 
has the minerals in it naturally. 

Agent, IRA PRBSTON TAYLOR, 

New York Ufe BIdg., 
346 Broadway. 



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JO H NABTHUR'â FOUR-IN-HAND FIB9T-PBIZB WINNERS, If ADI90N SQUARE, '94ftnd'9S 

JOHN ARTHUR, 
CANADIAN SALES STABLE, ~^ 

Coach, Saddle Horsea and Hunters. Canadian 
Horses a specialty. Matched Hlsb Acting Cobs. 



TELEPHONE 22l-a8TH. 



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VENDOME 

BOSTON 

COMMON we; A LTM AVE^NUB 

Electric Lights 
New Open Plumbing 

Delightfully Stirroundedt Coaveoiently 

Situated for Transient Visitors 

and Tourists, 



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Proprietors. 



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as the finest, most delicately perfumed and pu r'^st Toilet 
Soap manufactured. Always ask for and in?a5t upon having 

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Our Coaching Coats, the "KENNEL" and *'BOX" 
(the former made double or single breasted), are 
unexcelled for balance, style and finish. 



MEN'S TAILOR, 

39a FIFTH AVENUE, 

Bet. the Holland and Waldorf, 
New York. 



The correct shades for the 

"KENNEL," 

which is popular at home and abroad 
I and brought over by Mr. Kennedy into 
the States), are the 

Oxford, Iron Qrey, and 
Cambridge. 

For the « BOX," the Beaufort Drab, 
Napoleon Blue, and Cotesmore Brown. 

For Evening Dress and all Out- 
door Wear» 

we are constantly receiving all the 
new weaves. 

Self-Measurement Form and Patterns 
sent on Application. 



HARDMAN 
PIANO. 




Th« Only Piano which Iraprovas Undar- 
Usaga." Tha choica of tha culturad classas 
avarywhara. Pricas and tarms to suit tha 
timasi 

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138 FIFTH AVENUE. 
Send tor Illustrated Catalogue -postpaid. 



BUT A STEP FROM THE 
HOB8E SHOW. 

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Restaurant - - 

23(1 St. aod Broadway. 

New Management 
Best Service 
Popular Prices 

Most central location in 
Greater New York 

Our Tabu d'Hote, 5 to 8 P. WL, 

75 Cents^ a Specialty. 



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FUBLi^LBRARV' 

ASTOR, LENOK AND 
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190S 



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'I X TE have supplied Ink to the New York Tribune, New York 
^ ^ Times, Philadelphia Ledger, Times, Chicago Inter-Ocean, 
Times-Herald, Baltimore Sun, Baltimore American, Washington 
Star, Washington Post and leading dailies throughout the United 
States for many years. We could mention many others, but 
these are regarded by experts as the leaders. Our dailies are 
universally admitted to be second to none. The Tribune Half- 
Tone Ink speaks for itself. We supplied the half-tone ink for 
the Jubilee number of the Chicago Tribune. Can refer to the 
Harper Brothers, Cosmopolitan, Illustrated American, Munsey^s, 
and, in fact, nearly all the leading publishers. A fair trial 
will satisfy any judge of printing. 

Chicago has the Best Printed Dallies in the United States 
We Supply Most of Them 



:?, HARPER BONNELL CO. 

Geyitlemcn : In response to your favor of the jth 
inst. we have pleasure in saying that we are nozu using 
your various inks on our periodicals and miscellaneous 
books, and that such inks are. in general, highly satisfac- 
tory. We can, therefore, ufihesitatingly commend their use 
to the- trade in general aftd to such, in particular, as aim 
at art work from the printer s standpoint. 
Yours very truly, 

HARPER & BROTHERS. 

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DEUT2 * «COLD LACK" Brut 1889. ««!?-- 



GELDERMANN'S 




(sA^thnaiyiforSeSfioy^SSocialioTh 
^^ o/Jïmerica, ^^^^ted, 
( 0&- 1897 



THE SHOW OPENS EACH DAT AT 9 A. M. 

Concerts Afternoon and Evening by Lander's Band. 



P « liVP ■ — 

Tlie Blue Rosette indicates First Prize. 

Tlie Red, Second. Tlie Yellow, Third. 

The White, Highly Commended. 

Blue, Red and Yellow, a Championship. 

Red and Yellow, reserve to the Championship. 



Monday/ November 15, 1897» 



AT 

9 a.m. 
THE SHOW OPENS. 



10 ^•"^- ^^11 ^•^* 

Horses may be exercised in the ring under the supervision of 

the Ring Master. 

12 m. 

Preliminary trial over the jumps of all Horses entered in Classes 

99 and 102, and only those then selected will be 

allowed to compete in those Classes. 

1 p m. — Recess. 
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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Total Firs Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS op Dollars. 




St-Yo MINT JUJUBES 






A Confection— Not a Medicine. 

DELICATE-REFRESttING; 

Bicyclists and atiiletes endorse them as 
more acceptable and beneficial than chew- 
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tweet. 

Smokers and public speakers find them inval- 
uable. 

One placed in the mouth at night when retiring 
will prevent that annoying dryness of th* throat 
and insure a restful sleep '1 hey leave no unpleas- 
ant taste when awakening. 

Taken freely they act as a mild and effective 
laxative. *Will quickly remove attacks of indi- 
gestion. 

Send Scents in postage stamps and we will 
mail a package. 

WALLACE éL CO., 

160-16é Monroe Street, Now York City. 






"MY LADY'S CLOVE^ 




G LOVES W.TH FOSTER'S HOOKS 

Fit every size of wrist, 
Do not catch in lace, 
Never pull out nor break off. 
And are always in fashion. 



PNEUMATIC WAGONS are Proven to be Right. 




The" best place to buy is of the people who have gone through the experimental stage. 

We have settled the question, and know how to avoid mistakes. 

A sample on exhibition in EQUITABLE; BUILDING at all times. 



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I20 Broadway, New York. 



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GFORGE GOULET CHAMPAGNES . . .'"'''"^'^.^-P^.^'^^i'-^^'^^'^*'^-'^^-^^^'* 



Statks and Canada. 87 Beaver Street. 




IflUrno AP XLIC LinflCP should see the collection of Porcelam, CuHos, etc. 

LOfbRS DF THb HOBSE «.kb wmcox. ort,u. o-mrj.^^^^^^^^ 



NEW YORK 5T0RB, 

BROADWAY, 
Corner; aist Street. 





BROOKLYN 5TORES, 
Broedway and Bedford Ave.» 
Pnlton St. & Ptatbueh Ave. 



Our Ready-Made liveries» 
for '.both indoor and carriagfe 
tise» are approved by many of 
the best families in the city* 
ji ji ji ji 

They are correct in every 
detail of Style and Colon 
Gentlemen's 
DRIVING CX)ATS 

and * * * 
RIDING BREECHES- 
ji ji ji ji 

BROADVAY, Con 3ïst St* 



Bank of New York, RB.A. 

48 WALL STREET^ 



Travelers' Letters of Credit^ 

Available in all parts of the world» and found to be very serviceable in 
those portions of Europe so frequently visited by American travelers» 
G>mmissions reasonable* 



Safe Deposit Vaults^ 

ENTRANCE 48 WALL STREET* 

Safes for rent, from $tO*00 to $250*00 per annum, according to the size 
and location of the Safes* Absolute security* 



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Joubert & White,«^E^;?.\.Và';i«iJ»e4riJoubert & White Buckboards 




HEW STEAMERS TO 



BERMUDA THIS WIKTER. 



BUDD, 



MADISON SQUARE, 



Hosiers, Glovers and Shirt Makers^ 



SHIRTS. 

SPORTING SHIRTS, designed and adapted expressly for Shooting, Golfing, Wheeling, 

Riding, Etc.. distinctive and appropriate styles. 
DRESS SHIRTS, well fitting and correct, from fine linens, damasks, strong muslins, and 

other durable and fashionable stuffs. 



NECKWEAR. 

iriet; 
pure silks. Imported dress ties. 



SCARFS and TIES in g^reat variety of colorings, both in popular and exclusive lines of 
'eddi 



GLOVES. 



GLOVES of especially selected skins from the first, manufacturers, both domestic and 

foreign. Driving Gloves. Coachmen's Gloves. 
A DEPARTMENT MAINTAINED SOLELY FOR WEDDING OUTFITS. Gloves and 

Ties for Groom, Groomsman and Ushers, properly fitted and boxed. 




Fine Furs 



Latest 
Fashions in 

Russian and Hudson Bay Sable. 
Chinchilla, Seal, Blue and Black 
Fox, and Marten. 

Garments to Order 

from any of these skins at about 
the same price as stock garments. 

Alterations, Repairs* 

Fashion Catalogue free. 

EV^ TR JfVTa nanufacturlnjT «nd 
♦ |V I JlVl IV r*.j Importing Furrier, 

J34 W. 23d St., W. of 6th Ave* 




947 BROADWAY and 177 FIFTH AVE. 

Bet. 2^d and 2^<i Sts. 

Importers and Retailers of 

HIGH-GRADE KIP CLOVES, 

Invite inspection of their exclusive styles and 
shades in the Monarch, riarlborough and other 
grades of Ladies*, nen*s and Children's Gloves 
of Latest Parisian Pe^hion. 

ALL GLOVES riTTED. 



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Prince of bales'» Favorite "Wiae, 
de LOS8Y-HOLOEN Cbampasnc, I89S Vintase. 




IMPERIAL HAIR REGENERArOR. 



Restores GRAY or BL -.ACHED Hair 

292 Fifth avenue. 

Application a Specialty. Privacy Assured. 



SHOW HACKNEYS. 



NORBURY HOUSE STUD, 

ALFORD, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND. 
EatabUshed 1893, Since which time 

Over 300 First and Champion Prizes have been won. 



Hackney Stallions. Hares, foals. Yearlings and Two-}ear-olds, 

by all the most fashionahle sires, including 

the 25,00» dollar Dànegelt 174, the 15,000 dollar BonBre 2381, Hedon 

Squire 4306, Lord Norbary 5697, and others. 

N. B.— A foal by ••T^rd Norbury" won First Prize, 1897, in a class of Thirteen, beating the "Wisbech 
Champion,' sired by the 15,000 dollar " Bonfire." 




THK DOUBLE CHAMPION SADDLE AND HARNESS HACKNEY, 

NORBURY SQUIRE, Holder of World's Record. 

During the fe^r years tbls Stud lias beep established It has -vron more FIRST 
Prises In the Sho^nr Yards than any other Bnsllsh Stud. 



Extrttets from Press Cotnntents on "Norbury Squire" t 

"Another win was credited to the account of ' Norbury Squire,' undoubtedly the finest horse of his typfi in 
the country.'*— Manchester Courier. 

"Nothing approaching him has ever been seen before— his course has been one of almost uninterrupted 
success."— /J<ï/Vv Graphic {London). 

" One of the finest single harness horses that has been seen for years."— A/'t»*' Stock Journal {London). 

" ' Norbury Squire ' has once more proved himself the Champion Saddle and Harness Hackney in the 
United Kingdom.*'— Z.a»^</.fA/r^ Advertiser. 

S. B. CARNLEY, Owner. 

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T«l«9ram*: "CIVITAS, AUFORD." 



ENGLISH HARNESS. 



Rverv description, finest quaiiiy. at) le and (înikh. PRICES 
BELOW cost of IMPORTATION. Inspection invited. More 
ékr Co.» American Horse Exchange, SOth Street and Broadway. 




PROGRAMME 



Tuesday y November 16th* 

9 a.m. to 9,30 ^'"^- • 
Horses driven may be exercised in the ring, 

9.30 ^'^^ *o 10 ^•"^■ 

Horses ridden may be exercised in the ring. 




» » 



10 15 2^ 

Hunters and Jumpers may be schooled 
over the jumps- 



11 a*rn. 

Judging 9 Shetland Brood Mares, 
Class 91 




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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Total Fire Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS of Dollars. 



A RECORD TO BE PROUD OF! 



^TT TTTTT 



Jl Jl ^ Jl 

1 } - Prizes out of a possible }5 

in Harness Classes for Appoint 
ments at the iast Horse 5how 
in New York 

^ Jl ^ ^ 

Walter J. Lee, 

importer of 

Best London Harness and Saddlery^ 




♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦44»»-f 



Has removed to larger premises at 

13 WEST 26th STREET, 



One door West of Broadway. 
Telephone, 454 18th Street. 



EW YORK. 



..WARNING!.. 



We are informed that 
several parties, under 
different names, have 
placed on the market a 
bottled beer called 
"ROCHESTER BEER,*' 
and we caution tlie 
public against these 
imitations. 







«-Sold iM Bottles Only -^ 



The eut, as shown here, 
is a fac-similé of the 
GENUINE LABEL, 
used by the ROC^P ES- 
TER BREWING COM- 
PAN Y, and the fact that 
such imitations are being 
placed on the market by- 
unscrupulous persons is 
the greatest commenda- 
tion the GENUINB 
ROCHESTER BEER 
could receive. 



Can be had at all Leading: Hotels, Cafes and Clubs. 



Ask the waiter for it in tlie Horse Show Restaurant. 



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GEORGE GOULET CHAMPAGNES.. /*'--^''^"°-"^^'-^''^'*^''"^^"^y^^^^^^ 



STATES AND CaNAOA, 87 BEAVER STREET. 




Tuesday 



' — Continued. 



11.20 am. 

Judging lo Shetland Stallions, 
Class 90 

11.40 am- 



1 


juaging Yeaning nacKney rimes, 
Class 36 

12 m. 


1 


1 


Judging 7 Two-year-old Hackney Fillies, 
Class 34 

12.20 pm. 

Judging 7 Two-year-old Trotting Stallions, 
Class 7 

12.40 pn^ 

i Judging two Three-year-old Trotting Fillies, 

Class 8 

1 p.m. — Recess. 

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CHESUR BILLINGS & SON. Diamonds. Precious Stones I Diamond Jewelry. 

SuecMsors to Bandai, Btremore ft Billings. 08 ^STmmmm^a, 0'tr«o't. 




Columbia 
Chainless Bicycles 

ForMeaftfld Price, %\2R 

Beautiful and graceful in outline, 
clean cut and neat in appearance, 
strong and rigid in construction, 
swift and easy running on the level, 
lightning on the down grade, a mar- 
velous hill-climber, the motive parts 
throughout totally unaffected by 
mud, dust rain or sleet, and a wheel 
that can be appropriately used all 
the year round, regardless of weath- 
er— ^Aaf's the Columbia Chain/ess. 

Standard of the World. 

POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. 

IfColumbias are noï properly represent- 
cd in your vicinity, let us know. Chain 
less Bicycle Catalogue by mail for one 
2- cent stamp, or free by calling on any 
Columbia dealer. 



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JOUBERT & WHITE. ''^^r.^.r.Ulin^^eJ- f JOUBERT & WHITE BUCKBOARDS 




1^1 PI D| ITp r^HIMA Collection of Mr. E. B. Willcox. 

KJl^U DLiU Cf Wll 1 iy/\ Ortgies Gallery, 5th Ave., above 34th St. 




SCHWARZ TOY BAZAR 

has removed from 14tli Street, Union Square, 
to the Six Story Double Building 

39 and 41 West 23d Street, 

OPPOSITE Stern Bros. 

Grand Christinas Exhibition 

NOW OPEN- 




Try them 

in your 

neu/ tvaists. 



Canfield 
Dress Shields 

have a world-wide reputation earned by 
their absolute, unquestioned superiority. 

ScamtgSSy Odorless» J^ Tbey win not wrinkle, cbafe or rip, 
~ 7" „ ~ __- . J and are Gnaranteed Waterproof , Ko 
ElastiCf E.^sTly washed other sbieldshave these advantages. 



^ Send 25c. for sample pair to CANFIELD RUBBER CO., 73 Varrcn St», New York 



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The Cool( & Bernheimer Co. 
New Yorlt. 

Sole Agrents for the United States. 



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JOH 



UST" "NAVY LIQUEUR."?: 



truly choice Scotch Whisky. 
Onsale at the Horse Show Café. 

ARNOLD. Agt., 27 S. William St 




Fmsac« to BERMUDA ihiu Winter* 



48 HOURS. 



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Ladies' Fancy Tailor and Furrier, 

210 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. 



Tailor-Made Suits, 
Riding Habits, 
Cycling Costumes, 



I 



CARRIAGE, 

DINNER, 

RECEPTION, 

EVENING 

AND 

BALL DRESSES, 




We take ^reat pleasure id ac- 
kntnv le dicing the very liberal 
patronage of so m ao y ladies who 
are in attend(mtc upon the Horse 
Show, 

Fully recognizing that their 
many tlistinguished favors have 
d«5nemuch to brighten the lustre 
of the new Amenean manage- 
ment of our business, 

And iigiiin we beg leave to 
emphasi/i: thc importance of our 
exceptiunal facilities for furnish- 
ing at the earliest possible moment the most exclusive as well as the most fashionable 
designs obtainable in the capitals of Europe . 

Especially at this time FURS — of the most sumptuous description. 




IRebfern 



210 fiftD Jlveiwe» 



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Tbe Finest Vintage Wine of the Century. 

de 1.0»8Y-H0Li>EN Champagne, 1892. 




IIHIPERIAL HAIR REGENERATOR ''"°" «/n.TH^A^vf.^T"'^""^ 

llfll klllill. Ilillll IlkUkllkllil I Vll. Application a Specialty. Privacy Assured 



J» j( ESTABLISHED J869. j» j» 




failtORS&IiïiPORfGRS 

J» J» SPEX3AL CLOTHS FOR j» j» 

RIDING, GOLF and BREECHES 

Twenty-nine 34th Street^ West^ 

Opposite ASTORIA HOTEI . 

Tdq)hone Connection* ^ ^ NEW YORK. 

MARTIN & MARTIN, 

Only House Selling Genuine London Made 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY 

SOLE MAKERS OF THE CELEBRATED MARTIN'S SADDLE AND STIRRU P. 
PATENTED FLAP SPRING, GIKl H AND STIRRUP ATTACHMENT. 



20 Highest Awards for 
Patents and Excellence. 

Successful competitors at 

Horse Shows use our 

Harness. 

Rare Old Sporting Books 
and Prints. 

Solid Leather Portmanteaus. 
Scotch Golf Goods. 




Our Harness, Saddlery, 
Horse Clothing, etc., is of a 
higher standard and prices 
lower than anj- other House. 
Why? From the fact we are 
the actual manufacturers of 
all goods sold by us ; thus 
saving middlemen's profits. 

Endleis variety of Sporting 
Novelties. 



Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 

LONDON HARNESS AGENCY. 

1713 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

235 FIFTH AVENUE, Near 27th street, NEW YORK. 

Our Latest improved Spring Tree Gent's Saddle for Comfort and Security has no Equal. 



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HORSE CLOTHING. 



Great lacrîfice; English Fawn color heavy blankets, handsomely 
trimmed, complete, $3.75 ; worth $7.00. Slaole requisites. Wholesale 
prices. More db Co., Am Horse Exchange, SOih St. & Broadway. 




THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Total Fire Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS of Dollars. 



1 



WHITE STAR LINE 

Twin Screw Live Stock Steamers. 

LIVERPOOL AND NEW YORK DIRECT. 

REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS — TUESDAYS FROM NEW YORK; 
FRIDAYS FROn LIVERPOOL. 




5. 5. Géorgie, 10,000 Tons; Length, 560 Feet; 



, 60 Feet; Depth, 40 Feet. 



TWIN SCREW STEAriERS QEORQIC, CEVIC, BOVIC, TAURIC, AND NOIADIC 

AND STEAilER CUFIC. 

These large and powerful Steamers were constructed with a special view to the safe, 
comfortable and speedy conveyance of valuable Blooded Stock, Horses, Ponies, Cattle, 
Sheep, Dogfs, etc Complete sub-division; efficient fan and special hatch ventilation; 
electric light and water supjjly on each deck . Average passage about ten days. 
They follow specified Atlantic Lane Routes throughout the year and 
ARB SPECIALLY NAVIQATBD TO AVOID INJURY TO STOCK IN BAD WEATHER. 

Stock landed on Company's Pier 38, North River, New Yoric. 

Railroads Transfer Car Load Lots Free. 

Fodder, Attendance, and Stabling arrang^ed for wliere required. 

The following are a few of the importers and shippers of pedigree stock by 
these steamers during the past season: 

Ogdcn Mills, Richard Croker, P. F. Collier, W. H. Freer, E. D.Jordan, Foxhall Keene, J. Pierpont Morgan 
A. D. Cronk, Buffalo; Newgass & Co., Chicago; J. P. Walter, Crawfordsville, Ind ; P Meredith 
Chicago; P. Miller, Chicago; Fox & Hay, Newark, N. T.; J. H. Bergen, New Brunswick, N. J : Cran 
dall A Co., Buffalo; T. S. Bellin, Albany; J. L. Kernochan, Hempstead. L. I ^ C. H. Grosvenor, Wash 
ington, D. C; Hy. A. Kirby, Providence, K. I.; Col. Spencer Borden, Fall River, Mass.: Dr. Lougest 
Boston; L. S. Dunham, Concord, Mich.; R. & L. A. Eldridge; T. Clyde, Philadelphia; Geo. Mulcaster 
St. Louis; C. S. Cross, Emporia, Kansas. 

...LOWEST CURRENT RATES... 

For further particulars, apply to 

H. MAITLAND KERSEY, Geo. Agt. ISMAY, IMRIE & CO. 



9 Broadway, New York and 
244 South Clark St., Chicago. 



to Water St., Liverpool and 
34 Leadenhall St„ London. 



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GEORGE GOULET CHAMPAGNES . ..'''^''■^''-^-P^.^'^'i^^^'-^'-^^^^^^^.^-'^i^^-^^f"^^ 



States and Canada, 87 Beaver Street. 




CHESTER BILLINGS & SON. é '"'^'«°.rfiASSIS'?l?#K?î?.''=^ 

Successors to Randel. Baremore & Billings. 68 Nassau Street. 



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The Shordum, 

Washington^ D* C 

American and European Plans* 
Absolutely Fireproof» 



John T» Devine* 



To conduct a clean, quiet 
STABLE 

without odors and 
decayed floors 




A SOFT, ELASTIC BED. 

HOOFS ALWAVS HEALTHY, 

NO STREAMS OF WET. 



USE 



PEATHMOSS 




Sanitary 

Bedding for Horses 

of all classes* 




^^è^ Makes a rich manure^ 
:- £^v kept in open barrels 
^^ without smelL 



H. A. rORBES&CO. 

Importers^ 
1 JO Water Street, New York. 



THE J. L.MOTT IRON WORKS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



STABLE FITTINGS. 

Our latest appliances for the comfort and safety of the Horse, as well as for the care of 
fine harness, are acknowledged to be superior and have been adopted in best stables. 

Cattle House and Piggery Fittings a Specialty. 




The use of Kasp^r's Patent Oat Cleaner tends greatly toward keeping the horse 
healthy and is recommended by the best authorities. It frees the oats from all dirt and dust, 
illustrated catalogue, w^ith price list and estimates, furnished on application. 

«dshow^rS>m"s [84 to CO BcekmaH St., New York. 

BRANCHES: 

Chicago— 311 and 313 Wabash Ave. Boston— 33a and 334 Boylston St. San Francisco— Rood Buildings 

PhiladelphU-18 to 34 South 7th Street. St. Louls-Walnwright Building. 

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Joubert & White,«s?J5..f.1.^.5«.-8S4TMJoubert& White Buckboards 




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CA RVINGS, INROS, Collection of Mr. E. B. WiUcox. 

SNUFF BOTTLES. Ortgies Gallery, 6tli Avenne, above 34tli Street. 



07^ DOWNEY *?> 
^ DUNCAN oo 

CQ & WHITE /J^ 

^ Successors ^>^ 

WÂREROOMS: 487 Mad 489 3tb Ave. 
FACTORY: §43 West 31st St, 

CARRIAGE BUEDERS. 



. ... The LOWEST PRICE 
For the HIGHEST GRADE. 




LION INSTITUTE 

IStbSt. andSthAye. 



Flrmt demonatrations in. 

America of the Kreat scien- 
tific and humane creation. 

Lion's 
Infant 
Incubators 

fthowingr the practical 
working: with 

LIVE 
BABIES. 



Indorsed by the Academy of Medicine of Paris 
and the New York Obstetrical Society. 
Infants will be received from now on at Institute. 
Daily from 10 a. M. to 10 P. M. Open Sunday. 

Admission, 350. Family and Season Tickets, $5.00. 




METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE. 

5UNDAy NIGHT CONCERTS. 

Beginning November 28th, 1897. 

The following artists will appear during the season : 

NORDICA, YSAYE, PLAN ON, PUGNO, GERARDY; LUTA VAN CORTLANDT, 

Soprano; MLLE. HOFFMANN, Pianiste; SUTRO SISTERS, Pianistes; 

LEON MARX, Violinist. 

Direction R. H. JOHNSTON & CO., 3} Union Sq. W., N. Y. 



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SOCIETY'S FAVORITE PERFUME ^ts^twiy^^ 

Uiolct$ec%ë^ 



$10P AND $2<i.O 



9?56fDddwdy. 
Near 2P.' Street 



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.dI"rÎ,aSns "COLD LACK" Brat 1889. 



GELDERMAN 



On sale at the 
Horse Show 
Caee. 



3a?3^^ 



1 



1 



PROGRAMME 



SW^"^ 




Wednesday-Continued. 



'4.10 P'" 

Judging 12 Four in-hands, 
Clas,s 63 



4.45 P'"^' 

Judging 12 Saddle Horses, 
Class 75 



5,10 P"^- 

Judging lo Ponies in Harness^ 
Class 66 



5.30 P"^ 

Judging 9 Qualified Hunters» 
Class 94 



Q p m.^ — Recess, 



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BERMUDA 



will b« FashlonabU this WIntsr. 



A. F. MÛLLER 




AND 



HABIT MAKER 
LADIES' TAILOR 



The only maker of 

A. P. MULLER'S Patented Perfect 
Fitting: and Safety Riding: ^kirt 

For which the 

Hi^fHest Award was obtained at the 
World^s G>Iuml»an Exposition* 



ALWAYS ON HAND.— The Latest Novelties for 
Ridinfi: Habits Tailor Made Costumes, Golf and 
Bicycle Suits, Jackets, Capes, etc., etc., made up 
in original and latest styles. 



240 FIFTH JIVENUK, NEW YOI^K. 

OA.TALOOU6 CDAILBD ON APPLICATION. 



SOMETHING! 




TRY IT ! 



HARNESS DRESSING. 

Free from anything injurions to leatlier. Is not gnmmy. Does not attract the dust. 

FOR SALE BY THE FOLLOWING PROMINENT DEALERS: 
MARTIN & MARTIN. . . 235 Fifth Ave., . New York. . C. M. MOSEMAN & BRO., 128 Chambers St , New York. 

?'!Lfyy4.*fxi^V'J2^>Jr-cc hr< iS >>!• ^l** ^'V!.- S^* X°'ï- s I. s. REMSON MFG. CO.. Î42-750 Grand St., Brooklyn. 
J. NEWTON VAN NESS CO., 120 Chambers St., New York. W ... _ »>,ti>kjc m ^., .• a hi. 

MARK W. CROSS & CO., . 286 Broadway, . New York. T W.S.BURNS 144 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. 

C. F.ASCHENBACH, . . . 65 Warren St., . New York. RICHARD COOGAN, . . 236 So. 21st St., Philadelphia. 

Manufactured by ROGBRS A PYA.TT, 78 & 80 Maiden Lane, New York City. 

Sample furnished by any of the above dealers or by mail direct from the manufacturers. 



7 East 4&th St. 




1^' 



rA^^ 3a.TaT^cerAve 



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de L088T>H0LDBN Champagne 
of tbc 18il2 Tlntace la tbe Flncat Wlnc Imported. 







IMPERIAL FOLUCADINE. «tops the:HSri?omj!n^g"^^'^^^^^^ 



HAIQHT & FREESE, 

Bankers 

and 

Commission Stock Brokers, 

NEW YORK, 53 BROADWAY. 

UP-TOWN OFFICE: 

1 132 BROADWAY, NEXT TO DELMONICO'S, NEAR 26th STREET. 

STOCKS, BONDSj COTTON, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, 
Bought and Sold for Cash, or on a margin of 3 to 5 per cent. Commission, 1-16. 

Write or call for the latest edition ^f our "4O0-PAGE SRCURITY MANUAL," giving records of prices 
and statistics to date. Conceded by Banks, the Press and Boards of Trade to be the best statistical financial 
publication ever issued by any Bahbiog: House. Illustrated with Railway maps and giving: ran^re of prices 
of Stocks. Wheat and Cotton for ten to thirty vears. latest financial reports, earnings, etc., of all Railway 
and Industrial Corporations, thereby enabling investors to operate 6n their own judjjment. It also enables 
anyone to invest money, keeping the principal intact and making it pay an income. 

ISSUED GRATIS AND MAILED FREE. 

Determining the Financial Responsibility of the Firm with which you 
deal is as important as selecting the right Stocks. 

NEW YORK NATIONAL BANK REFERENCES FURNISHED. 
Twenty years' experience, largest clientèle, most commodious offices, best brokerage service, 

PHILADELPHIA, 402 WALNUT ST. BOSTON, 85 STATE ST. 

PR I VAT re WIRES. 

Building & Sanitary Inspection Ccemi?!* 

55 LIBERXY SXREZEZX. 

GEORGE SHERMAN, President. THOMAS H. ROBINSON, Secretary and Treasurer. 

JAMES C. BAYLES, Ph. D., M. E., Chief Engineer. 

DRECTOR8. 

Frederic W. Rhinelander, M. E. Stone, Benjamin Watkins Leigh, 

George F. Canfield, F. Augustus Schermerhorn, Thomas Ne wbold, 

John A. Middleton, John M. Carrere. William N. Wilmer, 

William C. Le Gendre, George Sherman. Francis C. Huntington. 

Thomas H. Robinson, 

Structural and Sanitary Inspections of Public Buildings and Private JDwelling», 

Sanitary Reports, Telephone, 806 Cortlandt. Sanitary Certificates, 

OSCAR CARLSON, 

Ddies' tailor m l)dbtt maker 

389 Fifth Avenue, 



N. E. Comer 36th Street^ 

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NEW YORIC 



JOHN HOPKINS éé 
& CO.'S 



NAVY LIQUEUR." 



A truly choice Scotch Whisky. 

On sale at the Horse Show Cafe. 

C. H. ARNOLD, Agt., 27 S. William St, 



PROGRAMME '^ 





Thursday^ November ISth^ 



Q a.m to 10 ^•"^• 
Horses led or ridden may be exercised in the ring, 

10,15 am. 

Preliminary trial of 2 5 Horses entered in Class 104 
overjumps five feet high; only those horses 
then selected will be allowed to com- 
pete in that class at 9.30 p m. 

11.16 a.m. 

Judging 8 Hackney Mares, 
* Class 33 

11.40 am. 

Judging 3 Two-year-old Standard-bred Trotting 

Stallions in Harness. 

Class 15 

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDOi^ AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Total Fire Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS of Dollars. 



FOWNES' 




U. 8. PAT, 648,541, OC UB&n 22U, ia9&, 

TO BE OBTAINED 

OF ALL FIRST CLASS RETAILERS 

THROUGHOUT JTHE COUNTRY. 

ESTABLISHED 1777, 



R. D. CORTINA, 



* « ACADEMY OF « « 




(1 
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44 West 34th Street. 

R. DJez de la Cortina^ M. A.^ Director. 

Oriifinfttor *>( thcr adaptaticm of the Phonograph to 

the 1*each î n g o f Lau guage s . 
Assisted by a staff of firiit-class native instruttora, 

and expert trauslators attending the 

COETINA METH0D|*;^--»-Xt'y-5'^ 
SPANISH, 
FRENCH, 
ENGLISH, 

rPEMCn, specimen Copie*, Book» I. and IL, 30c- 

Other te xt a n d ] m po rted Spian i sh bo n k s. Ci re ular . 



IN 20 LESSONS, 
cloth, each, $L50. 



BOSTON. 




^ ^ >^*-^^*^ ^ 



American and European plans. 

BARNES & DUN KLES, Proprietors, 
HERBERT H. BARNES, Manager. 




Midland..,. 
Restaurant 

CAFE ANDj»j»j» 
BACHELORS'^J» 
APARTMENTS, 

No. J04 West 34th St., 

Near Broadway^ 
NEW YORK-^ 



MIDLAND HOTEL CO,: 

J. A, Ferris, Près. Wm F. Oh vis, Trftaa. 

Gko A. Okvis, Sec'y. 



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GEORGE GOULET CHAMPAGNES . . . '"''fAtJ^LlT^.f^ï^'^i^I.'^rs'^LÏ^r'' 




SWORDS. SHIELDS. GUNS, ASSAGAI— Mr^Ë"1.""^"i,?iox. 

^ Ortclea <yall«ry, 6tti A.Tcauc, aboTe 34th Street. 



W- D, Grand s 

Great Annual 

Horse Show Sale 

of 

THREE HUNDRED PRIZE WINNING 
and 
OTHER HIGH-CLASS HORSES 

Till take place at 

The American Horse Exchange 
Broadway and 50th Street^ New York, 

on 

Monday and Tuesday next, Nov» 
22d and 23d« 

Entries can be made tsp to and including Sattifdày night, Nov* 20 
Jt,^,>e^ Jt^,^ jt^^^Jt,^,^,^ Jt,^,^^,^^^ Jt,^,^ Jt^ Jt ^ ^ Jl 

The J. R ROGERS CARRIAGE CO-, Springfidd, 
Mass^ makers of the famous End Springf Wagfon, 
the best road wagfon in the world» A full line 
always on exhibition* 

'W. D* GRAND, Sole Agent 
American Horse Exchange, New York 



GO 



Joubert & White Buckboards.l^'^^^^'^^^E.Œh'i.^/SSÎ "••'•• ''•^• 




Thursday-Continued. 



4 p.m. 

judging 4 Herds of Shetland Ponies, 
Class 92 

4.20 pm. 

Judging 14 Pairs of Horses shown to Victoria or 
Cabriolet, Appointments to count, 

Class 57 é 

4.45 pm- 

Judging 4 Standard-bred Trotting Stallions, to be 

shown with four of their get, 

Class 4 

5.15 P-n^- 

Judging 5 Polo Ponies, 
Class 85 

5.30 P-m. 

Judging 13 Green Hunters, 
Class 100 

Q p.m. — Recess. 

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% 



HO FROST, 



NO MALARIA, 



AT BERMUDA. 




Sprinsfleld.Ohio. 
«Chicago, 864 Wabash Av. 
St. Loais, 2S40 Olive St. 
San Francisco, 81 Beale St. 
Amesbury.Mass. 
Bauvia, N. Y. 



BRANCHES. 

Boston, 92 Beverly St. 
Phlladelptaia, 8i6 N. Broad St. 
New Haven, Omu. 4t»8 8iate St. 
Cleveland, Ohio, 402 Krle St. 
Mashville, Tenn., 222 N. Col- 
lège 8t. 



De roit, Mioh., 243 Jefferson Rochester, N. Y.. 166 West Av. 



At. 



Pittsburg, Pa.,220 Penn Ave. 



Cincinnati, Ohio, 307 West Indianapolis, Ind. 

Fifth St. Kannas Olty. Mo. 

Des Moines, Iowa. B iltlmore. Md. 

London, England. Paris, France. 



Rabber Tires t.r 
Vehicles 

The only one that has stood the 
test of time. All others have 
proven failures or are purely 
experimental. More than 40,- 
000 sets in actual use. Think of 
it — 40,000 satisfied purchasers. 
More in use than of all other 
makes combined. Used by all 
first-class carriage dealers. ... 
Insist on having tires furnished 
by . . . 



THE RUBBER TIRE WHEEL CO., 

No* 1784 Broadway, New York. 




temp's 
St Louis 
Beers 



Sold at Morse Sho\5r and. 
E V e ry vy l\e r e. 



Branch, 141-143 NA/est 24th Street. 

Telephone, 2769— 18th Street. 



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Prince of urate •'• Favorite UTine. 

de LOS8T-BOLDBN, 1892 Vintace. 




IMPERIAL PEARIiDERMA. 



An Exquisite Creamy COHMI.BXION LO I lO N 

White or Pink. A Perfect Substitute for Powd e 
292 FIFTH AVENUE. 



Sir Henry Onequi 

King of Life Readers. 




YOU are cordially invited to call and have a personal interview with the 
recognized King of Palmists, who has been consulted by the Queen of 
England, Prince of Wales, Czar of Russia, Langtry, Bernhardt, Paderew- 
ski, Presidents and Governors, and others too numerous to mention. You will 
have the occasion to see the finest display of Photos of Palms of prominent 
people ever before offered on exhibition. You may need advice in business, love, 
divorce and marriage, or may be in trouble. Call and it will be to your benefit. 

Yours very respectfully, 



5IR HENRY ONEQUI. 



Readr the Following Testimonials : 



Sir Henrv Onequi predicted, in New York Jour- 
nal, October 10, "that the mental strain would' 
prove fatal to Henry George, the candidate for 
Mayor of Greater New York.^' 

Sir Henry Onequi predicted, in the World, Sep- 
tember 19, "that Mrs. Cleveland would have a 
boy." 

All his prophecies are as true as these. 

London Times:-" Sir Henry Onecjui has raised 
palmistry to the dignity of a profession.*' 

Chicago Dispatch : — " Beware of impostors. None 
are genuine unless they hold diplomas. Men like 



«Onequi and Cheiro command the respect of the 
public, and should be protected." 

New York World :-♦' He is the ablest palmist of 
the age." 

New York Journal :— " He is the greatest expon- 
ent of palmistry." 

Judge Spriggs:— "His advice has saved me thou- 
sands of dollars." 

Joaquin Miller:— "He is correctin all prophecies.'* 

Gov. James H. Budd :— "All should consult him." 



Office Hours, O to 6. Tuesday and Saturday BTenlnffs 
until 9. Sundays, lO to 6. 



1244 Broadway, New York. Suite 30. 



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Ladies' and Gents* slightly s<>iled, best makes, at half original cost. Bridles 



^ /\ I 1 1 1 1 r ^ Horse Clothing, Stabfe requisites': prices below any wholesale house. MORE 
•^ * k 1-/ 1-/ J-i J^v^ • A CO., American Horse Exchange, 50th Street and Bn " 




THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Total Fire Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS of Dollars. 



1 



n. s. €oacb Borse ^ Cob Co. 

215 WEST END AVENUE 

AND Between 69th and 70th Sts. 

258 WEST 69th STREET Telephone, 97 Columbus 




"COXEY," Champion Harness Horse, 1896 and 1897 

America's Largest Dealers in Exclusively High 
Class Carriage Horses 



CONSISTING OF 



FOUR-IN-HANDS, TANDEMS, PAIRS, 

SINGLE HORSES, COBS and SADDLERS 

We Guarantee to show more Quality, Style, Conformation, and Phenomenally 

High Action than have ever been offered for sale in New York. 
OUR HORSES HAVE WON OVER 650 PRIZES IN THE SHOW RING 

100 Head always on Show 

STOCK FARM AND TRAINING STABLES, HUBBARD, OHIO 

CHAS. F. BATES, President 
A. W. Johnson, Buyer C. G. Pratt, Manager 

GO 



GEORGE GOULET CHAmGNES-./n^^rls^^rdiJ/AWy^WlT"!^^^^^^^^ 




0]3.e»tex> 



lllllrLss C«3 



Successors to Randel, Baremore & billing»!, 
. 98 NASSAU STRBET. 



Diamonds, Pr«oi«us Stonos and Diamond Jowolry. 



^ TRUST CO. N>^ 

234 FIFTH AVENUE, Cor. jyth STREET, 

BRANCH OFFICE, 66 BROADWAY. 



CAPITAL, ^ ^ . • . ^ ^ $1,000,000 



DE8IGVATED LEGAL DEP08IT0ST FOB STATE, CIT7 AVB COITBT MONEYS. 

INTEREST allowed on time deposits. Deposits received subject to CHECKS ON 

DEMAND, which pass through the Clearing House like 

those upon any city bank. 

Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent in Fire and Bursflar Proof Vault. 

Acts at Executor, Administrator, Quardian, Receiver, Registrar, Transfer and 
Financial Agent, and accepts other Trusts in conformity with the Law of any State, 
or of the United States.. 

SEPiUTE DffilTlUT WITH SPECIAL FiCIUTIES Fai UDIES. 



Business and Personal Accounts Solicited. 

ROBERT MACLAY, President. 

CHAS. T. BARNEY, Vice-President. 

JOB. T. BROWN, Second Vice-President. 

FRED'K L. ELDRIDQE, Secretary. 

J. HENRY TOWNSEND, Assistant Secretary 

DIRECTORS : 

Jossph S. Auerbach. I. Townsend Burden. C. Lawrence Perkins. 

Harry B. Hollins. E. V. Loew. Alfred L. White. 

Jacob Hays. Henry F. Dimock. Chas. R. Flint. 

Charles T. Barney. John P. Townsend. Amzi L. Barber. 

A. Foster Higgins. Charles F. Watson. Charles T. Cook. 

Henry W. T. Mali. Frederick G. Bourne. John Magee. 

Andrew H. Sands. Robert Maclay. Henry A. Morgan. 
James H. Breslin. 

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Joubert Sl White,''k^t~.U.1.'!^^s'*.-4y']Joubert & White Buckboards 






J.H.CUTTER. 

OLD RESERVE 
WHISKY 




DELBECK & CO., Champagnes, Vintages of 89 and '92. 
WM. WILLIAMS & SONS, Liqueur Scotcli Wliisl<y. 
J. H. CUTTER, Old Reserve Whlsl<y. 



Albemarle Hotel, 



Madison Square» West» 

New York. 



The location of this house is most desirable, being central to all peaces 
of amusement, and convenient to the shopping district. This hotel contains 
all modern improvements, polished oak floors and rugs throughout the 
house. Special attention is given to the cuisine to make it one of unsurpassed 
excellence. A few desirable suites to rent for the winter. 

EUROPEAN PLAN. 

Macy & Jenkins, .».«.^..". 

Old Club House Whiskey. 

Well known for nearly Half a Century. 
For Purity, Body, and Delicacy of Flavor. 



HAS NO EQUAL 



67 Liberty Street, 
New York. 



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CELDERMANN'S **COLD LACK" Bfflt 1889* 



On sale at the 
Horse Show 
Cafe. 




New Steamers to WINDWARD WEST INDIA ISLANDS. 

Thirty-Day Toura, Twenty Days in the Tropics 



a 

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o 



t- 



8 



11 






«A I 

5 



1 : 

II 

23^ 




GIESLER' 



CHAf\PAQftES 

Extra Superior Dry 



and 

Vintage Brut, 1889 -<« 1892. 

Same as shipped to the London markeU 

(0i(i4iVDeD CORKS^ 

From all Leading Grocers and Wine 
Merchants, or 

MYLES R. HAFFENDEN, 

79 BROAD ST., NEW. YORK. 



Ladies' 
Shirt 
Waists 

Made to Order. Perfect Fitting. 

GOODMAN, 

1\ West 42th St,, 

London. New York. 



j^ Robes. 

jf- tailor 6owN$. 

j^ millinery. 




Special moMiniNg ^ «eCtire 
a«oa$l)ONi(.... «^**FWr>» 



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W" 



Prince of Wale»'» FaTorite Wln«, 

de LOSSY-HOLDEN, 1892 Vlntaffe. 




IMPERIAL PEtRLtDERMA. 



An Exquisite Creamy CO^APLBXION L.OTION. 

White or Pink. A Perfect Substitute for Powder. 
292 FIFTH AVENUE. 



RUINART BRUT 

CHAMPAGNE 




THE WINNER 
OF TME HIGHEST AWARD FOR BRUT WINE AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, Ï89S, 



ROOSEVELT & SCHUYLER. 



, 50Le AQENl^S. 



74 



AMERICAN HARNESS. 



Having purchased Bankrupt stock, now selling Sing^le and 
Double Bugey and Runabout Harne» below original cost 
All stable requisites at whole»ale. More dc Co., Amer- 
can Horse Exchange, 50th Street and. Broadway. 



PROGRAMME 



Saturday^ November 20th^ 

-Q am. to 10 ^ "^• 

Saddle Horses for sale may be shown in the ring. 

10 to 10.45 ain. 
Harness Horses for sale may be shown in the ring. 

11 a.m. 

Judging^2 Herds of Ppnies other than Shetlands, 
Class 113 

11-15 am. 

Judging 2 Pairs of Ponies with flowing manes and 

tails, in harness, 

Class 114 

11.30 am. 

Judging 5 Horses and Delivery Wagons, 
Class 43 

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Total- Fire Losses paid in UNITED STATES exceed Seventy-One MILLIONS of Dollars. 




STIfWUP CUP. ARDSLEY CUP. SANFORD CUP. LENOX CUP. TRIBUNE CUP. 

CO^Ir l»L\NO JOCKEY CLUI. INTCHCOLl BQIATE QOLP. MORmS PARK, 19*7. aOLF. IICYCLIMl. 

SOnC.RCCCNT TR0PHIC5 
riADC BY 

THEODORE B. 5TAPR. 



CLUB Committees and individuals 
having in view the purchase of 
prizes for any out-door sports, or of 
prize or presentation plate, are in- 
vited to inspect the many suitable 
pieces of Solid Silverware offered by 
this house. The opportunity to sub- 
mit special designs is solicited. 



Theodore B. Starr. 



206 rifth Avenue, 



Madlsoa Square, 

76 



NEW YORK. 



GEORGE GOULET CHAMPAGNES . . ,''^''^.tJ'tJl''^'Si^B^''iSI.'^Sl^hïr''' 




CHESTER BILLINGS & SON. Diamonds, Precious Stones s Diamond Jewelry. 

Soeeefsort to Randel, Baremore & BiillOQf. 08 JSTmmmm'UL JOli, ^ot« 



Your 



WEDDING 

SOUTHERN 

EUROPEAN 



Journey. 

Compute and 
High-class 
Travelers' Outfits 
High Grade 
Leather Goods, 
Furnished by 




Silverware 
Watches 
Clocks 
Diamonds 
Jewelry 
Optical Goods 
Cutlery 
Suitable for 
Wedding and 
Holiday Presents, 

No other such variety 
No otber stsch indacements 

Catalosnie Mailed Free. 



HAMILTON, NOYES CO., 



Manufacturing 
Specialists^ 



Cor« 23d St. and 
Sixth Avenue. 







Joubert & White Buckboards.l'^^^^'^iJSr&.^'.lS;.''-'''*'^- 




ARM CHAIRS. LANTERNS. GROTESQUE MASQUES— Mr^illl^Tngfo,. 

Ortffle» Gallery, 5tb ATenoe, aboTe 34tli Street. 



MONTEBELLO >« CHAMPAGNE. 



Extra Dry and Brut. 

Alfred de Montebello & Cie. 



CHATEAU DE nARCUIL-SUR-AY. 
FRANCE. 




BRANCH OFFICE: 



127 Broud Street, Iew York. 

LEON RENAULT, manager. 

The Due de Montebello Champagne was the only brand served on many 
important occasions, such as: 

The banquets offered to Admiral Avelan and the Russian Naval Officers, 
during the Franco-Russian festivities, by the Secretary of State, by the City of 
Patis, by the City of Lyons, and by the City of Toulon. 

The great banquet of 1,200 covers given by the City of Lyons to President 
Carnot, during the Exhibition. 

The banquet given by the French Ambassador to their Majesties the Emperor 
and Empress of Russia, during the Coronation Festivities in Moscow. 

The luncheon given by President Faure, of the French Republic, to their 
Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Russia, after the great review of the 
Camp of Chalons. 

The luncheon given at the Montebello Chateau to President Casimir Perier, 
of France, during his visit to the Champagne district. 

The luncheon given to Viceroy Li Hung Chang on the occasion of his visit 
to the Montebello Establishment. 

The banquets given to President Faure by the City of Nantes, and by the 
Chamber of Commerce of St. Nazaire, on April 21st and 22d, 1897, during the 
Inauguration Festivities of the Canal of the Loire. 



ciouu mb:dal, borueaux isoa. 



MOSCOW EXHIBITION 1891 
DIPLOMA 

CHICAGO 1893 
DIPLOMA 

MANCHESTER 1894 
QOLD MEDAL 



^ 




mâtemc-^'dHuac 



ANTWERP 189^ 
QOLD MEDAL 

LYON 1894 
HORS CONCOURS 

LU BECK 1895 
' QOLD MEDAL 



The Domain d'Arsac is situated in the Township of the same name, and occupies the 
greater part of it ; it covers an area of about L450 acres, and is without contradiction the 
largest vineyard in the Medoc. It is contiguous to Margaux, Cantenac and Branne, and 
in the centre of the region of the Medoc producing the finest and most delicate claret 
wines. The care bestowed on the culture, and the attention given to the vinification, have 
enabled these wines to attain a dejsjree of perfection surpassing most of the best 
growths, and, being shipped direct from the Domain, buyers will thus have the certainty 
of receiving a perfectly pare French Claret, free from blendings of any sort. The 
Domain produces three wines differmg only in delicacy and richness of bouquet: 

Ist : Grand Vin Le Monteil; 2d : Chateau d'Arsac; 3d : Chateau d'Arsac-Salzet* 

Distributing Agents: ALFRED DE MONTEBELLO & CO., 127 Broadway, New York. 



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SBcure Staterooms for BERMUDA, and WEST INDiES from 
QUEBEC S, S, CO., Ltd,, 39 Broadway. THOS, COOK S; SON, 201 Broadivay, .»fc York. 



Wilson's & Furness-Leyland Line, Ltd. 

• Express Lire-stock Serrice Direct 

LONDON. NEW YORK. 

Alexandra, 10,000 tons. Boadlcea, 10»000 ton». Winifred, I0,000 tone* 

Cleopatra, 10,000 ton». Victoria, 10,000 ton». > 

These new steamers will all be completed by January, '98« and will replace the present boats. Special 
attention has been given in their construction to the requirements of the Horse Trade. The entire 'tween 
decks is fitted for the Carriage of LIVB STOCK, with the most improved stalls and latest appliances for 
the convenient feeding and watering of the animals. Steamers fitted with rolling chocks to insure steadi- 
ness at sea. Through rates to French and Continental ports, including, if desired, 

lasnnuice. Fodder and Attendftiice. 

Dock to dock in 10 days. Savings from New Ycrk every Saturday; from London every Thursday. 

Superior Accommodation for Saloon Passengers on 
Upper ami Bridge Decks. 




S. 8. ** Alexandra. 



ANTWERP. 

British Kinff, e,ffOO ton». 



Phoenix Line. 

Xtive-aiock Serviee. 

Sailing every alternate Saturday. 



NEW YORK. 



Britieh Queen, e,500 ton». St, Cuthbert, 7,000 tons* 



The above services off er exceptional opportunity for reaching the principal horse markets in England. 
Prance and the Continent. Steamers are particularly well adapted for the comfort and safe carriage of 
Horses, and their records as live stock carriers are excellent. On over £0,000 head, Horses, Cat tie and Sheep, 
carried last year the mortality was only about half of one per cent. For information apply to 

SANDERSON & SON, Geoeral Ageots, 

22 State Street, NEW YORK. 
jAS. p. B0BBRT80M, Weiuirn Agt., Qutmbef of Commerce Buildings, BOSTON. 

a and 4 ShermAn St., CHICAGO. 

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Prince of ^Wales'» FaTorite Wine, 
de L08SY-H0L.DBN Cbampa^ne, 1892 Vintage, 




IMPERIAL HAIR REMOVER. 



Most efficacious and harmless. Instantly RBMOVE8 

SUPMH^LUOUS H AIM, Does not bum the skin. 

292 FIFTH AVENUE. 



Çlandrau à 




372, 374, 376 Broome Street, NEW YORK. 




k&T^dirAU.'^ Cl» r^^^" — 



BUILPERS or CARRIAGES 

FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY USE. 



ORIGINAL DESIGNS. HIGHEST QUALITY. 

Broughams Victorias Station Wagons 

Coaches Cabriolets Rockaways 

Landaus Spiders Buckboards 

Omnibuses Runabouts Two-Wheelers 

Breaks Dos-a-Dos Wagonettes 



CANOPT AND LEATHER-TOP PHAETONS IN 
VARIOUS DESIGNS AND WEIGHTS. 



The finest assortment of Hunting Traps and Fancy Driving 

Vehicles ever shown. 



All styles of Horse-Show Carriages always in stock. 

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Natioi^al Aorse Sho\C 
Association of America 



Limited. 



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OFFICERS. 



CORNELIUS FELLOWES, - 
LAWRENCE KIP, 
GEO. PEABODY WETMORE, 
H. H. HOLLISTER, 
JOHN G. HECKSCHER, 
J. T. HYDE, 



President. 

- Vice-President. 

Vice-President. 

Treasurer. 

Secretary. 

Assistant Secretary. 



DIRECTORS. 



FREDERIC BRONSON, 
A. J. CASSATT, 
CORNELIUS FELLOWES, 
JOHN G. HECKSCHER, 
THOMAS HITCHCOCK, Jr., 
H. H. HOLLISTER, 



LAWRENCE KIP, 

E. D. MORGAN, . 

A. NEWBOLD MORRIS, 

F. A. SCHERMERHORN, 
F. K. STURGIS, 

GEO. PEABODY WETMORE, 



W. C. WHITNEY. 



HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS. 



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J. H. BRADFORD, 
HAMILTON W. CARY, 
J. D. CHEEVER, 
W. B. DICKERMAN, 
J. MALCOM FORBES, 
WILLIAM EDWARDS, 
H. L. HERBERT, 



De LANCEY a. KANE, 
CHARLES H. KERNER, 
PRESCOTT LAWRENCE, 
H. W. T. MALI, 
ALEXANDER TAYLOR, Jr. 
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W. K. VANDERBILT, 
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THOROUGHBREDS. 



Horse's Number. 



(Running Horses.) 

CLASS I. 

Judged at 11.15 a.m. Wednesday. 

Stallions, three years old or over. 

(To be shown in hand, not ridden.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $300. 
SECOND PRIZE, $150. 
THIRD PRIZE, $75. 

IMP. DERWENTWATER, Ch., 15.3. 
SIRE — Doncaster. 
DAM — ^Thorwater. 
BREEDER— H. Nixon, England. 
EXHIBITOR— William Hendrie. 




Visitor's Notes. 



THIS BIXILJDING IS THOROUGHLY DISINFECTED BY ^^SANITASJ^ 



92 



THOROUGHBREDS, Class 1— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

2 LAZZARONE, Ch., 6 yrs. 

SIRE— Spendthrift. 
I) A M — Spi na way . 
EXHIBITOR— F. D. Beard. 

CLASS 2. 

Judged at 11.15 a.m. Wednesday. 
Mares, three years old or over. 

(To be shown in hand, not ridden.) 
FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $ioo. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

Î1 KALLIRHOE, Ch., 15, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Ventilator. 
DAM — Medusa. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Edward Kelly. 

EMPRESS PEYTON, B., 16, 5 yfs. For Sale. 
SIRE — Circassian. 
DAM — Fanny Peyton. 
BREEDER— R. W. Neilson. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

4S MARITJE, Ch., 16, 3 yrs. 

SIRE — Prince James. 
DAM— luka. 

BREEDER— Erdenheim Stud. 
EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 



Visitor's Kotes. 




(Breeding Classes.) 

CLASS 3. 

Judged at 4.40 p.m. Saturday. 

Champion Prize. Open to all Stallions having taken a 
first prize at any of the Association's previous shows, and to 
the Stallions winning first prizes in classes 4, 5, 6 and 7; 
these will be post entries, and all horses taking first prizes 
in these classes must compete for the championship. To be 
shown in hand, or by the side of a saddle horse. 



TROTTERS, Class 3— Continued. 



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Horse's Number. 



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PRIZE, $500 
Reserve Ribbon for second. 

KING RENE, JR., B., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
SIRE—King Rene. 
DAM — Crepe Lisse. 
BREEDER— H. C McDowell. 
EXHIBITOR— A. A. Bonner. 

STAMBOUL, Br., 15.3. 
SIRE— Sultan. 
DAM— Fleetwing. 
BREEDER— L. J. Rose. 
EXHIBITOR— E. H. Harriman. 

QUARTERMASTER, Blk., 14 yrs. 
SIRE— Alcyone. 
DAM— By Sentinel. 
BREEDER— P. T. Tabbot. 
EXHIBITOR— Rundle & White. 



POST ENTRIES. 



Winner in Class 4. 
Winner in Class 5. 
Winner in Class 6. 
Winner in Class 7. 



Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 4- 

Judged at 4.45 p.m. Thursday, 

Stallion to be shown with four of his get, the oldest of 
the get not to exceed six years. Stallion and get to be con- 
sidered. To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle 
horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $500. 

SECOND PRIZE, $200. 

THIRD PRIZE, $100. 

O CHIMES, 5348, Br., 13 yrs. 

SIRE— Electioneer, 1 125. 
DAM— Beantiful Bells. 
BREEDER— Palo Alto Farm. 
EXHIBITOR— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



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ISLAND WILKES, 213M, G., 9 yrs. 
SIRE— Red Wilkes. 
DAM — Minnie Patchen. 
BREEDER— W. C. France. 
EXHIBITORS— Edward Willets & Son. 



94 TROTTERS, Class 4— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

11 ALFONSO, 229^, Br., 15.2, 11 yrs. 

SIRE— Baron Wilkes. 
DAM— Alma Mater. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— J. C. Linneman. 

(8) QUARTERMASTER, Blk., 14 yrs. 
See Class 3. 
EXHIBITORS— Rundle & White. 



CLASS 5. 

Judged at 3 p.m. Tuesday. 

Stallions, four years old or over, kept for service. To 
be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $300. 
SECOND PRIZE, $150. 
THIRD PRIZE, $75. 

12 BURLINGAME, 26235, 218^, Br., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

SIRE— Guy Wilkes. 
DAM— Sable. 
BREEDER— William Corbett. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. A. Goldsmith. 

la KEELER, 6435, Bay, 16, 12 yrs. 

SIRE— King Rene. 
DAM— Ada Wilkes. 
EXHIBITOR— William H. Clark. 

14 CEDRIC THE SAXON, B., 15.3/2, 8 yrs. 

SIRE— Red Wilkes. 

DAM— Thornleaf. 

EXHIBITOR— Simmoleaf Stock Farm. 

15 SILVERY CHIMES, 13, 8 yrs. 

SIRE— Chimes. 

DAM— Lady Almy. 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

16 DARE DEVIL, Blk., 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Mambrino King. 

DAM — M ercedes. 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



Visitor's Notes. 



TROTTERS, Class 5— Continued. 



95 



Hofse'a Number. 



SABLE WILKES, 218, Blk., 15.1^ 13 yrs. 
SIRE— Guy Wilkes. 
DAM— Sable. 

BREEDER— William Corbett. 
EXHIBITOR— F. C. Sayles. 



18 WICKLIFFE, 2520, B., 16, 15 yrs. 

SIRE— George Wilks, 519. 
DAM— Patchen Maid. 
BREEDER— J. B. McFerran. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 

(10) ISLAND WILKES, 2i3f, Gr., 9 yrs. 

See Class 4. 

EXHIBITORS— Edward Willets & Son. 

(11) ALFONSO, Br., 15.2, II yrs. 

See Class 4. 

EXHIBITOR— J. C. Linneman. 

1» MATADON, 9392, B., 15.3, 11 yrs. 

SIRE — Onward, 1411. 
DAM— Fanny Ally. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 6. 

Judged at 4.40 p.m. Monday. 

Stallions, three years old (foaled in 1894). To be shown 
in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



SO 



SI 



WARREN WOOD. K.. 29978, 15.3, 3 yrs. 
SIRE— Director. 
DAM— Fanny H. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 

COURT MASTER, B. 
SIRE — Mambrino King. 
DAM — Chimes Maid. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



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TROTTERS, Class 6— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

22 LANGTONEER, 25958, B., 15.1^. 

SIRE— Langton. 
DAM— Ceda. ^ 

BREEDER— Leland Stanford. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 

»a JUDGE WEST, B., 15.3^. 

SIRE— Alfonso. 
DAM— By Chimes. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— J. C. Linneman. 

«4 BANCROFT, R. 

SIRE — Quartermaster. 
DAM— Belle Medium. 
BREEDER— S. H. Rundle. 
EXHIBITORS— Rundle & White. 



CLASS 7. 

Judged at 12.20 p.m. Tuesday. 

Stallions, two years old (foaled in 1895). To be shown 
in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



Visitor's Notei&. 



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QUARTERBACK, Br., 14.3. 
SIRE— Quartermaster. 
DAM— By Daniel Lambert. 
BREEDER— J. H. Kernochan. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 

DECATUR, B., 15. 
SIRE— Director, 1989. 
DAM— Addie G. 
BREEDER— A. H. Moore. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Crawford. 

BARBARIC, B. 

SIRE— Mambrino King. 
DAM — Barbara. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and H. Hamlin. 



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TROTTERS, Class '?— Continued. 97 



Horse's Number. | Visitor's Notes. 

as MASTER ELECT, 27944, Blk., 15.05. | 

SIRE — Quartermaster. 

' DAM— Ceda. j 

BREEDER— Owner. I 

EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. | 

a» QUARTERMASTER. Jr., 279(X), lir., 15.1]. ] 

SIRE — Quartermaster, 4540. 
DAM — Maud Imrie. 
BREEDER— H. N. Bain. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. H. N. Bain. 

30 AMBY, 2.165, B., 15.T. 

SI RE — Ambassador. 

DAM— Regalo. 

BREEDER— S. A. Browne & Co. 

EXHIBITOR— Edward Appel. 

31 ISLAND KING, Rn. 

SIRE— Island Wilkes. 
DAM — Lillian Stanford. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— Edward Willets & Son. 



CLASS 8. , 

Judged at 12.40 p.m. Tuesday. I 

Fillies, three years old (foaled in 1894). To be shown 
in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

3!8 AMERICAN BELLE, Ch. 

SIRE — Rex Americus. 
DAM — Beautiful Chimes. 
BREEDERS— Owners. 
EXHIBITORS— C J. and Harry Hamlin. 

33 TALMA, B., 15.25. 

SIRE — Monterey. 
DAM— Golita. 
BREEDER— C. W. Miller. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 



98 TROTTERS— Continued. 



1 Visitor's Notes 



CLASS 9. 

Judged at 11.15 a.m. Friday. 

Fillies, two years old (foaled in 1895). To be shown in 
hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $^5. 



Horse's Number. 

«4 BELEKA, Bay, 15. 

SIRE— Potential. 
DAM — Evemont. 
BREEDER— M. B. Wilcox. 
EXHIBITOR— James W. Cooke. 



«5 NOUROZE, B., 15.2 

SIRE— Stamboul. 
DAM — Tangle Legs. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— E. H. Harriman. 



80 NANNI, Blk., 15.1. 

SIRE— Director. 
DAM — Nancy Lee. 
BREEDER— A H. Moore. 
EXHIBITOR— E. H. Harriman. 



ÎI1 LADY PERFECTION, Ch. 

SIRE — Lord of the Manor. 
DAM— Ilona. 
BREEDERS— Owners. 
EXHIBITORS— C J. and Harry Hamlin. 



HH PRINCESS FLAVIA, 230, B., 15.1. 

SIRE— Madras. 
DAM— J. B. C. 

BREEDER— Geo. O. Holcomb. 
EXHIBITOR- S. M. Kiotz. 



TROTTERS— Continued. 



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Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS lo. 

Judged at 12.30 p.m. Thursday. 

Brood Mares. To be shown with two of thpir produce. 
One of the produce to be a weanling, the other not to exceed 
four years of age, both mare and progeny to be considered. 



FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Horse's K timber. 

a» NETTIE KING (and foal), Ch., lo yrs. 

SIRE — Mambrino King. 
DAM—Nettie Murphy. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



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FAUSTINA, Blk., 15.2, 16 yrs. 
SIRE— Crown Point. 
DAM— Del Foster. 
BREEDER— G. Valensin. 
EXHIBITOR— F. C. Sayles. 



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CEDA, Br., 15.2 10 yrs. 
SIRE— Electioneer. 
DAM— Cecilia. 

BREEDER— Leland Stanford. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 



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REGALO, B., 15.2, 12 yrs. 
SIRE— Strathmore. 
DAM — Fanny Carlisle. 
BREEDER— Col. R. G. Stoner. 
EXHIBITOR— Edward Appel. 






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TROTTERS— Continued. 




Visitor's Notes. 



(Driving Classes.) 

CLASS II. 

Judged at 2.15 p.m. Friday. 

Racing Stallion Prize. Open to all Stallions having a 
record of 2.25 or better. To be judged by their pedigree, 
age, color, conformation, gait, record and racing qualities as 
shown by performance. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $so. 

Horse's Number. 

(18) BURLINGAME, 2i8i, Br., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIJBITOR— Mrs. John A. Goldsmith. 

(15>) KEELER, Bay, 16, 12 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITOR—Wm. H. Clark. 

• (O) KING RENE, Jr., 217, B., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— A. A. Bonner. 

(lO) DARE DEVIL, Blk., 4 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

CLASS 13. 

Judged at 3.15 p.m. Friday. 

Stallions, any age. 

(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

(12) BURLINGAME, 2i8i, Br., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John H. Goldsmith. 



TROTTERS, Class 13— Continued. 



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Horse's Number. 

(18) KEELER, B., i6, 12 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 

(80) WARREN WOOD, B., 15.0?, 3 yrs. * 
See Class 6. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark.' 

(«) KING RENE, Jr., B., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 3. 
EXHIBITOR— A. A. Bonner. 

(lo) SILVERY CHIMES, B., 8 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

4» WISEBURN, 223^ B., 15.3^, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Guy Wilkes. 
DAM — Semi-Tropic. 
BREEDER— K. D. Wise. 
EXHIBITOR— F. C. Sayles. 

(18) WICKLIFFE, 2520, B., 16, 15 yrs. 
See Class $. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 

(88) JUDGE WEST, Bay, 15.3^, 3 yrs. 
See Class 6. 
EXHIBITOR— J. C. Linneman. 

(lO) MATADON, B., 15.3, 11 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

CLASS 13. 

Judged at 3.15 p.m Wednesday. 

Horses four years old or over, with a record of 2.30 or 
better. 

(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75- 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



Visitor's Notes. 



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SILICON, 2.13}, B. M., 15.1, 6 yrs. 
SIRE— Wilton. 
DAM— By Hambrino. 
BREEDERS— Bowerman Brothers. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 



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TROTTERS, Class 13— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

45 HATTIE R., 2.17^, Br. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Bobby Burns. 
DAM— By Referee. 
BREEDER— W. Stein. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 



Visitor's Notes. 



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48 



ALICE LEYBURN, 2.29^, Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
SIRE— Baron Wilkes. 
DAM — Mamie. 
BREEDER— J. Harbotson. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

HOLMESDALE, B. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
SIRE — Mambrino Archie. 
DAM— By Daniel Lambert. 
BREEDER— Chas. Wetherall. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 

ALTOMONT, B. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
SIRE— Almont Star. 
DAM— Birthday. 
BREEDER— C. D. Westcott. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. W. Cooke. 



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50 



NIGHTSHADE, Skew G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— H. J. Heinz. 

RIVAL, 2.2oi, B. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 
SIRE— Kremlin. 
DAM — Miss Alice. 
BREEDER— Walter Cutting. 
EXHIBITOR— E. H. Harriman. 



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THE ABBOT, B. G., 4 yrs. 
SIRE — Chimes. 
DAM— Nettie King. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



5S 



SAN PEDRO, 2.i4i, Blk. G., 15.2. 
SIRE— Delsur. 
DAM— By Caton Horse. 
EXHIBITOR— Frank Ferguson. 



TROTTERS, Class 13— Continued. 



103 



Horse's Number. 

Ô» EMOLETA, B. M., 15.2, 10 yrs. 

SIRE-^Sealskin Wilkes. 
DAM— Roscdalc 
BREEDER— E. A. Smith. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



Visitor's Notes. 



^4 ADDIE LEE IL, 2.23^, B. M., 15.2^, 11 yrs. 

SIRE— Electioneer, 125. 
DAM— Addie Lee. 
BREEDER— Ariel Lathrop. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 

o*^ DANFORTH, B. G., 15.2, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Alfonso. 
DAM — Géraldine. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— J. C Linneman. 

se MAY K., 2.24i, B. M., 15.1 J, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoflfman. 



CLASS 14. 

Judged at 12.30 p.m. Friday. 
Fillies two years old and under four. 

(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

5Ï NERA, Bro. M., 14.3, 3 yrs. 

DAM by Daniel Lambert. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 

(84) BELEKA, B. F., 15, 2 yrs. 
See Class 9. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. W. Cooke. 



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SAFIA, B. M., 15.3, 3 yrs. 
SIRE— Stamboul. 
DAM — Queen Annie. 
BREEDER— E. H. Harriman. 
EXHIBITOR— Rensselaer Weston. 



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TROTTERS, Class 14— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(«2) AMERICAN BELLE, B. R, 3 yrs. 
See Class 8. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

60 EMILENE CHIMES, B. F., 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Chimes. 
DAM— Emily. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

(8») TALMA, B. P., 15.2!, 3 yrs. 
See Class 8. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 




The Trotting Horse 
Produce Prize. 



CLASS 15. 

Judged at 11.40 a.m. Thursday. 
(Futurity of 1897. For two-year-old Stallions.) 

The prize will be divided into two classes — one for Colts, 
and the other for Fillies and Geldings — the entrance money 
of the Mares to be divided equally between the two classes. 
The Association to add $500 to each class. And in each 
class the gross value of the stakes, including the added 
money, to be divided as follows : 50 per cent to go to the 
owner of the winner of the first prize, 20 per cent, to the 
owner of the second, and 10 per cent, to the owner of the 
third ; the remaining 20 per cent, to go to the breeder of the 
winner — that is to say, to the owner of its dam at the time 
of foaling. 

(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

Value of Prize. 

By vSubscription |802 50 To the Winner of 1st Prize, 50jC $401 25 

Added by the Association, 500 00 To the Winner of 2d Prize, 20JÉ ICO 50 

To the Winner of 8d Prize, lOjÉ 80 25 

To the Breeder of the Winner of 1st, 20% 160 50 

$802 50 mi 50 

Horse's Number. 

OO THE EARL, Ch. 

SIRE— Mambrino King. 

DAM — Princess Royal. 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



Visitor's Notes. 



TROTTERS, Class 15— Continued. 



105 



Horse's Number. 

(28) MASTER ELECT, 27444, B.. 15.0I. 
See Class 7. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 

(8») QUARTERMASTER, Jr., 27996, Br., 15.0^. 
See Class 7. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. H. N. Bain. 




The Trotting Horse 
Produce Prize. 



CLASS 16. 

Judged at 12 m. Thursday. 
(Futurity of 1897. For two-year-old Fillies or Geldings.) 

The prize will be divided into two classes — one for Colts, 
and the other for Fillies and Geldings — the entrance money 
of the Mares to be divided equally between the two classes. 
The Association to add $500 to each class. And in each 
class the gross value of the stakes, including the added 
money, to be divided as follows : 50 per cent, to go to 
the owner of the winner of the first prize, 20 per cent. 
to the owner of the second, and 10 per cent, to the owner 
of the third ; the remaining 20 per cent, to go to the breeder 
of the winner — that is to say, to the owner of its' dam at the 
time of foaling. 

(To be shawn to harness or wagon.) 

Value of Prise. 

By Subscription $80^ 60 To the Winner of Ist Prize, 5W $401 25 

Addetf by the Association, 500 00 To the Winner of 2d Prize, 20jf It» 50 

To the Winner of 8d Prize, 10% 80 25 

To the Breeder of the Winner of 1st, 20j{ 160 50 

$802 50 $802 50 

Horse's Number. 

(«4) BELEKA, B. R, 15, 2 yrs. 
See Class 9. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. W. Cooke. 



ei 



RUE CHEN, 31674, Ch. P., 14.3, 2 yrs. 
SIRE— Russia. 
DAM — Maggie Patchen. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— W. J. White. 



Visitor's Notes. 



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TROTTERS, Class IC-Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

Oa PRINCESS ALMA, Blk. F. 

SIRE— Mambrino King. 
DAM — Princess Chimes. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



Visitor's Notes. 



«s 



LADY FANCIFUL, Blk., F. 
SIRE— Lord of the Manor. 
DAM — Fancy Regent. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



«4 



WARNER, B. G., 15. if 
SIRE— Pawnee. 
DAM— Ella Wood. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 



ROADSTERS. 

(Standard or Non-Standard.) 

CLASS 17. 

Judged at 3 p.m. Monday. 
Horses four years old or over. 

(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



(40) ALICE LEYBURN, Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Gass 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 



(46) IIATTIE R., Br. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 



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r '■ 



ROADSTERS, Class 17— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

e» FLORA McNOWN, Blk. M., 15.1, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— St. Clair, 5418. 
DAM— Flora. 
EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 



(41) HOLMESDALE, B. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 



ee 



DAISY, B. M., 15.2, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Anthony Doelger. 



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Visitor's Notes. 



(48) ALTOMONT, B. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. W. Cooke. 



ef 



FRAULEIN, 229J, Roan M., 15.2^, 8 yrs. 
SIRE — Autograph. 
DAM— Miss Stuart. 
EXHIBITOR— Corbin Wolbert. 



es VIGILANT WILKES, Ch. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Guy Wilkes. 
DAM — Syrina. 
EXHIBITOR— Wra. H. Clark. 



(40) NIGHTSHADE, Skew G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— H. J. Heinz. 

eO ROYAL PRINCESS, Ch. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

SIRE — Bayonne Prince. 
DAM — Lady Sherman. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Robert Goelet. 



ÏO TOM BROWN, Blk. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

SIRE— Omega. 
DAM— Ideal. 
BREEDER— A. C. Hall. 
EXHIBITOR— Dr. Jas. E. Delaney, V. S. 



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ROADSTERS, Class 17— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

11 GLENWOOD, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

SIRE — Greenwood. 
DAM— By Knox. 
EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



Visitor's Notes 



9S 



93 



JOE, Ch. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
SIRE— Star Franklin. 
EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



EMPRESS CHIMES, B. M., 4 yrs. 
SIRE— Chimes. 
DAM — Empress. 
BREEDERS— Owners. 
EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



(68) EMOLETA, B. M., 15.2, 10 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



94 



95 



MAMBRINO BELLE, B. M., 15.2, 9 yrs. 
SIRE— Blue Danube. 
DAM— Ann. 

BREEDER— W. R. Rudy. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



ANNA IDA, B. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 
SIRE— Waxford. 
DAM — By a son of Deceive. 
BREEDER— Dr. R. A. Stevens. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



(54) ADDIE LEE IL, B. M., 15.2J, 11 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 



9« SHANDON, B. G., 15.24, 7 yrs. 

SIRE— Chimes. 
DAM — Cologne. 
BREEDER— C J. Hamlin. 
EXHIBITOR— T. E. Gordon, Jr. 



ROADSTERS, Class 17— Continued. 



109 



Horse's Number. 

(55) DANFORTH, B. G., 15.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR—J. C. Linneinan. 



(68) MAY K., B. M., 15.1 J, 7 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 



» Ï BRIGHT RED, B. G., 15.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 



18 KILBURN, B. G., 15.1, 9 yrs., $600. 

SIRE— Pretender. 
DAM— Belle Thorndale. 
BREEDERS-^Powell Brothers. 
EXHIBITORS— W. S. Clark & Son. 



(lO) MATADON, B. S., 15.3, 11 yrs. 
See Class 5. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



Visitor's Notes. 



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ROADSTERS— Continued. 



CLASS i8. 

Judged at 2.30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Pair of Horses, four years old or over. 
(To be shown to harness or wagon.) 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $60. 
Horse's Number. 



Visitor's Notes 



99 



80 



HI 



«S 



ns 



(4«) 



(44) 



(19) \ 

(58) 
(14) 



f ALICE LEYBURN, Bra M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
GEORGIE M., Bro. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
SIRE— Wilton. 

DAM — By Mambrino Patchen. 
BREEDERS— Bowerman Brothers. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

SILICON, B. M., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
SILURIAN, 225, B. M.. 15.1, .5 yrs. 

SIRE— Wilton. 

DAM— By Hambrino. 

BREEDERS— Bowerman Brothers. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

SAM, Ch. G., 15.3. 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Aristis Chief. 
JOE, Ch. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 17. 

EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 

EMOLETA, B. M., 15.2, 10 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
MAMBRINO BELLE, B. M., 15.2, 9 yrs. 

See Class 17. 

EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 

' CHERE AMIE, B. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Alcone. 

DAM— By Prince Albert. 

BREEDERS— Clark Brothers. 
^ MISS MARY, B. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Jack Barry. 

DAM— By Hinsdale Horse. 

BREEDER- John Rodick. 

EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



ROADSTERS, Class 18— Continued. 



Ill 



Horse's Number. 



(5«) 
(11) 



H^ 



So 



MAY K., B. M., 15.1J, 7 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
BRIGHT RED, B. G., iS-ii, 4 yrs. 

See Class 17. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. HoflFman. 

f DORA D., B. M., 16, 5 yrs. 
SIRE— Director. 
DAM— Dora. 
BREEDER— Mr. Marsh. 
KITTY B. M., 16, s yrs, $800. 
SIRE^^Bager Sprague. 
DAM— By Lenox Chief. 
EXHIBITORS— W. S. Clark & Son. 




Horses and 
Best^Appointed 
"Road Rig/' 



CLASS 19. 

Judged at 3.10 p.m. Saturday, 

The following scale of points will govern in judging 
Class 19 : Horse, 50 per cent. ; wagon, 15 per cent. ; harness, 
9 per cent. ; robes, blankets and whip, 8 per cent. ; general 
appointments, style, etc., 18 percent. Total, 100. Speed 
not essential. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(4«) ALICE LEYBURN, Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

(lO) GEORGIE M., Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 18. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

(46) HATTIE R., Br. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 



Visitor 8 Notes. 



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Horses and Best- Appointed "Road Rig— Continued. 



CLASS 20. 

Judged at 3.10 p.m. Thursday. 
Pair of Horses, and best appointed " Road Rig." 

The following scale of points will govern in judging 
Class 20 ; Each horse, 25 per cent.=50 per cent. ; the pair, 
20 per cent. ; wagon, 10 per cent. ; harness, 5 per cent. ; 
robes, blankets and whip, 5 per cent. ; general appointments, 
taste, etc., 10 per cent. Total, 100. Speed not essential. 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $60. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Horse's Number. 



(40) 

(44) 
(80)^ 

(53) 
(14)- 

(««) 
(mi) 

(56) 
(»») 



ALICE LEYBURN, Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
GEORGIE M., Br. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 18. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

SILICON, B. M., 15.1,6 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
SILURIAN, B. M., 15.1, 5 yrs. 

See Class 18. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. M. Reed. 

EMOLETA, Bay M., 15.2, 10 yrs. 

See Class 13. 
MAMBRINO BELLE, B. M., 15.2, 9 yrs. 

See Class 17. 

EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 

' CHERE AMIE, B. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class 18. 
MISS MARY, B. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 
See Class 18. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 

"MAYK., B. M., iS.ii, 7yrs. 
See Class 13. 
BRIGHT RED, B. G., 15.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 



Horses and Best- Appointed "Road Rig," Class 19 — Continued. 113 



Horse's Number. 

(05) FLORA McNOWN, Blk. M., 15.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 



(4Ï) HOLMESDALE, B. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 



(48) ALTOMONT, Bay G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. W. Cook. 



(08) VIGILANT WILKES, Ch. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 



(Ï1) GLENWOOD, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



8e HOODS McGregor, ch. G., 15.2, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. T. Stotebury. 



(58) EMOLETA, Bay M., 15.2, 10 yrs. 
See Class 13. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



(Ï4) MAMBRINO BELLE, B. M., 15.2, 9 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 



(Ï5) ANNA IDA, B. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class 17. 
EXHIBITOR— Lawrence Kip. 

(11) BRIGHT RED, B. G., 15.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 17. ' 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 



Visitor's Notes. 



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114 



HACKNEYS. 




HACKNEYS 



CLASS 21 

Judged at 3 p.m. Friday. 



The American Hackney Horse Society's Challenge Cup, 
for the best Hackney Stallion in the show. Open to all 
Stallions taking first prizes in Classes 25, 26, 27, 28, the win- 
ner of the Junior Championship and Reserve Ribbon, Class 
22, and to Stallions having taken a first prize at any of the 
Association's previous shows. 

The Cup must be won by the same horse two years in 
succession before it becomes the property of the owner of 
the winner. The Cup in.the meantime to be retained by the 
American Hackney Horse Society. (The Cup in 1895 was 
won by Mr. George Green's Rufus, Jr., 26, and in 1896 by 
Mr. F. C. Stevens' Clifton, 2d.) 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

PRIZE $500. 

Reserve Ribbon to second. 
Horse's Number. 

HI CLIFTON IL, 272, Ch. 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Danegelt, 174. 
DAM — 2248, Lightsome. 
BREEDER— Henry Moore, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



Visitor's Note». 



88 



ENTHORPE PERFORMER, 118, B., 15.1^, 
yrs. 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 
DAM— 3171, Peg. 
BREEDER— Chas. Mitchell. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



POST ENTRIES. 



-Winner in Class 25. 
-Winner in Class 26. 
-Winner in Class 27. 
-Winner in Class 28. 
-Winner in Class 22. 
-Reserve in Class 22. 



F" 



HACKNEYS— Continued. 



CLASS 22. 

Judged at 11.55 a.m. Friday. 

Junior Champion Prize. Open to Stallions winning first 
prizes in Classes 29 and 30, and all horses taking first prizes 
in these classes must compete for the championship. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, 250. 
(Reserve Ribbon to second.) 

POST ENTRIES. 

Winner in Class 29. 

Winner in Class 30. 

CLASS 23. 

Judged at 12.10 p.m. Friday. 

Champion Prize. Open to Mares winning first prizes in 
Classes 31, 32 and 33, and all Mares taking first prizes in 
these clfisses must compete for the championship. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 

(Reserve Ribbon to second.) 

POST ENTRIES. 

Winner in Class 31. 

Winner in Class 32. 



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Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 24. 

Judged at 12.20 p.m. Friday. 

Junior Champion Prize. Open to Fillies winning first 
prizes in Classes 34 and 35, and the Fillies taking first prizes 
in these classes must compete for the championship. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 

(Reserve Ribbon to second.) 

POST ENTRIES. 

Winner in Class 34. 

Winner in Class 35. 



} 



116 HACKNEYS- Continued. 



CLASS 25. ! 

Judged at 3.45 p.m. Wednesday. 

Stallions, four years old or over, to be shown with four ! 
of their get, the get not to be over three years old, and to be 
out of full registered, half registered, inspected or unregis- 
tered mares. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. ! 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $75- ' 

Horse's Number. ' I 

89 BERSERKER, B., 15.1^, 9 yrs. | 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 

DAM— 1178, Lady Bursea. 1 

EXHIBITOR— W. D. Sloane. | 

»0 IMPT. CADET, 107, Ch., 15.3, 13 yrs. 

SIRE— Lord Derby IL, 417. 
DAM— 289, Princess. 
BREEDER— Henry Moore. 
EXHIBITOR— A.' J. Cassatt. 

(88) ENTHORPE PERFORMER, 118, B., 15.1^ 8 
yrs. 

See Class 21. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. ; 

CLASS 26. 

Judged at 4.50 p.m. Tuesday. 

Stallions, three years old or over (foaled in or before 
1894), fifteen hands two inches and over. The winner of the j 
American Hackney Society's Challenge Cup two years in 
succession not eligible for this class. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

»1 TYPHOON, 55, Ch. 15.3, 6 yrs. 

SIRE- Courier, 3, 
DAM — 13, Belle Lyons. 
BREEDER— W. S. Webb. 
EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 



Visitor's Notes. 



HACKNEYS, Class 26— Continued. 117 

Horse*s Number. ! Visitor s Notes. 

»a ARION, 249, B., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— County Member, 948. 
DAM—Soo, Nelly III. 
BREEDER— H. McK. Twombly. 
EXHIBITOR— Florham Farm. 

»S ERLING, 212, Ch., 15. 3, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Cadet, 107. 
DAM— 355, Lisette. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— E. W. Twaddell. 

»4 WILDFIRE, 167, B., 15.3, 4 yrs. î 

SIRE— Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 
DAM — 16, Czarina. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— W. S. Webb. 



CLASS 27. 

Judged at 2.40 p.m. Monday. 

Stallions, three years old or over (foaled in or before 
1894), fifteen hands and under fifteen hands two inches. The 
winner of the American Hackney Horse Society's Challenge 
Cup two y. ars in succession not eligible for this class. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(8») BERSERKER, 16, B., 15.1^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 25. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Sloane. 

95 MANCHESTER, 201, B., 15.1^, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Dr. Parke, 59. 
DAM — ^244, Misfire. 
BREEDERS— H. G. and R. Cheney. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Carr. 

(8Ï) CLIFTON IL, 272, Ch., 5 yrs. 
See Class 21. 
EXHIBITOR— F. C. Stevens. 



118 HACKNEYS, Class 27— Continued. 

Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(88) ENTHORPE PERFORMER, ii8, B., 15.1^, 8 
yrs. 

See Class 21. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 

CLASS 28. 

Judged at 2.40 p.m. Monday, 

Stallions, three years old and over (foaled in or before 
1894), fourteen hands and under fifteen hands. The winner 
of the American Hackney Horse Society's Challenge Cup 
two years in succession not eligible for this class. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE $150. 

SECOND PRIZE, $75. I 

THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

»0 IMP. ROCKET TIL, 5, Blk., 14.1, 10 yrs. 

SIRE— Confidence, 158. 
DAM— 1449, Blackie. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

ȕ EVOLUTION XL, 251, Ch., 14.3^, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Evolution, 2058. 
DAM— 745, Lady Mary II. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Florham Farm. 

»8 IMP. BRITAIN, 2858, Blk., 14.3^, 10 yrs. 

SIRE— Norfolk Comet, 491. 
DAM— Skylark. 
EXHIBITOR— Briar Cliff Farms. 

»» STARLIGHT, 194, B., 14.2, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Glendale, 1790. 
DAM — Czarevna. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 

CLASS 29. 

Judged at 10.20 a.m. Friday. 

Stallions, two years old (foaled in 1895). Height not 
considered. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $125. 
SECOND PRIZE, $60. 
THIRD PRIZE, $30. 



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HACKNEYS, Class 29— Continued. 



119 



Horse's Number. 

100 LANGTON PERFORMER IL, 271, Ch. 

SIRE — Langton Performer, 242. 
DAM — 6702, Gartons Duchess Emilie. 
BREEDER— Joseph Young. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick S. Stevens. 

101 BELL BOY, 282, Ch. 

SIRE— Courier, 3. 
DAM— 13, Belle Lyons. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— W. S. Webb. 

10» BRILLIANT, 285, Ch. 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 
DAM— 3, Lady Alice. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— W. S. Webb. 

lOB GLENDOWER, 316, Ch. 

SIRE— Dr. Parke. 
DAM— Pépita. 

BREEDER— H. McK. Twonjbly. 
EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 



Visitor's Notes 



CLASS 30. 

Judged at 10.35 a.m. Friday. 

Stallions, yearlings (foaled in 1896). Height not con- 
sidered. 

To be shown in^hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $125. 
SECOND PRIZE, $60. 
THIRD PRIZE, $30. 

104 CLINTON, 309, Bay. 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 
DAM— 20, Trinket. 
BREEDER— W. S. Webb. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Robert Von Witzlcben. 

105 LANGTON MODEL, 314, B. 

SIRE— Langton Performer, 242. 
DAM— 719, Modeste. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



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HACKNEYS, Class 30— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

lOe PRINCE CROxMPTON, 342, Ch. 

SIRE— Danegelt, 174- 
DAM— 499, Princess. 
BREEDER— W. Waterhouse. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



10Ï FORGEMASTER, 344, Ch. 

SIRE— Rufus, Jr., 26. 
DAM-^3, Olive. 
BREEDER— George Green. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



Visitor 8 Notes. 



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109 



YOUNG TYPHOON, 345. 
SIRE— Typhoon, 55. 
DAM — 15, Minnehaha. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 



RED LIGHT, Ch. ' 
SIRE— Wildfire, 236. 
DAM — 374, Lady Cremorne. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 



1 10 ROMANTIC, 346, Ch. 

SIRE— Dr. Parke, 59. 
DAM — 320, Bury Romance. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Florham Farm. 



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113 



CHESTERBROOK, 322, Ch. 
SIRE— Cadet, 107. 
DAM — 65, Imp. Freedom. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Cassatt. 



MARS, 323, Br. 

SIRE— Imp. Cadet, 107. 
DAM — 62, Imp. Madge. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Cassatt. 



HACKNEYS, Class 30— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

lia CLEVELAND, Ch. 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, i8. 
DAM — 822, Ambitious Lady. 
BREEDER— W. S. Webb. 
EXHIBITOR—John Aylwood. 



121 

Visitor's Notes. 



114 INDIAN PRINCE, 338, B. 

SIRE— Enthorpe Performer, 118. 
DAM — ^428, Princess Royal. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



CLASS 3i. 

Judged at 11.45 a.m. Wednesday. 

Mares, three years old or over (foaled in or before 1894), 
fifteen hands two inches and over. Certified to be in foal or 
to have produced a foal in 1897. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



115 576, CANNY MAID, Ch., 15.3Î, 5 yrs. 

SIRE— Cannyman, 2882. 
DAM — 765, Mayflower. 
BREEDER— G. W. Stephenson, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



110 LADY SUTTON, B., 15.2^, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Chocolate, Jr., 4185. 
DAM — 6900, Garton Duchess of Connaught. 
BREEDER— Joseph Young, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C Stevens. 



11» 781, JESSAMINE, Ch., 15.2^, 11 yrs. 

SIRE— Cannon Ball, 113. 
BREEDER— Henry Moore, England. 
DAM— 95, Empress. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



122 HACKNEYS, Class 31— Continned. 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes 

118 884, BON WICK BELLE, Ch, 15.2, 5 yrs. 

SIRE — Connaught. 
DAM — Lady Pembroke. 
BREEDER— Wm. Richardson, England. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

1 1» 7683, CALVIA, B., 15.3, 4 yr«. 

SIRE— Topper, 1350. 
DAM— 745, Lady Mary IL 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Florham Farm. 

120 5i3,LYRIC,Rn., 15.1,5 yrs. : 

SIRE — Matchless of Londesboro, 18. 
DAM — 73, Imp. Lady Lavina. 
BREEDER— A. J. Cassatt. 
EXHIBITOR— John H. Schults, Jr. 

CLASS 32. 

Judged at 12 m. Wednesday. 

Mares, three years old or over (foaled in or before 1894), 
fifteen hands and under fifteen hands two inches. Certified 
to be in foal or to have produced a foal in 1897. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. i 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE. $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

121 788 STELLA, Ch., 15.1^, 9 yrs. 

SIRE— North Star, 131 1. 

DAM— By Lord Derby. 

B REEDIER— Arthur Watson, England. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

122 77T, APPLAUSE, Ch., 15.1, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Saxon, 2674. 
DAM — 1604, Lady Alice. 
BREEDER— James Clapperson. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

12a 778, BELGRAVIA, Ch., 15.0^, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— His Majesty, 2513. 
DAM— 5148, Cliff Rose. 
BREEDER— J. H. Holdridge. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



HACKNEYS, Class 32— Continued. 

Horse's Number. 

124 245, VISCOUNTESS, Ch., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

SIRE — Cassivelannus. 
DAM — Overton Princess. 
BREEDER— W. Burdett Coutts. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jourdan. 

1Î85 724, ISOLD A, Ch., 15, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Dr. Parke, 59. 
DAM — ^245, Viscountess. 
BREEDERS— H. G. and R. Cheney. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jourdan. 

ISO 185, PAULINA, Rn., 15.1!, 6 yrs. 

SIRE— Accident II., 1691. 
DAM— 1810, Silver Bell. 
BREEDER— W. S. Webb. 
EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 

18» 314, PEPPETA, Rn., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 

SIRE— Cadet, 107- 
DAM— 416, Belle V. 
BREEDER— C. E. Cook, England. 
EXHIBITOR-Florham Farm. 



123 

Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 33. I 

Judged at 11.15 a.m. Thursday. ■ 

Mares, three years old or over (foaled in or before 1894), 
fourteen hands and under fifteen hands. Certified to be in 
foal or to have produced a foal in 1897. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

! 
12», 787, NELLY, Ch., 14.3^, 6 yrs, \ 

SIRE— Rufus, 1343. ' 

DAM— 2159, Lady Chance. ; 

BREEDER— Richard Tennant, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

13» 720, LADY DUNEGELL, Ch., 14. 3^, 4 yrs. 

SIRE— Danegelt, 174. 
DAM — 4602, Quality. 
BREEDER— J. H. Bryan. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



124 



HACKNEYS, Class 33— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

130 



181 



272, LADY FIFE, Ch., 14.3!, 8 yrs. 
SIRE— Danegelt, 174. 
DAM — Seringa. 

BREEDER— R. Heyward, England. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

694, POLLY, Ch.. 14. 3i, 3 yrs. 
SIRE— Imp. Cadet, 107. 
DAM— 57, Portia. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Cassatt. 



Visitor's Note& 



1»8 380, WALLFLOWER, Ch., 14.3^, 10 yrs. 

SIRE— Cannon Ball, 113. 
DAM— 505, Rosebud. 
BREEDER— Henry Moore, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



18» 764, MISS GLEN, Ch., 14.1, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Glendale, 1790. 
DAM— 1337, Real Kit. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Fred. G. Bourne. 

1»4 1337, REAL KIT, Ch., 14.3, 13 yrs. 

SIRE— Realty, 665. 
DAM— Kitty. 

BREEDER— Alfred Gilbey. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



135 898, IMPD. MAYFLOWER, Br., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

SIRE— Freeman, 2072. 
DAM — 4122, Lady Landseer. 
EXHIBITOR— John Robinson. 



CLASS 34. 

Judged at 12 m. Tuesday. 

Mares, two years old (foaled in 1895). Height not to be 
considered. 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. 

FIRST PRIZE, $125. 
SECOND PRIZE, $60. 
THIRD PRIZE, $30. 



/ 



HACKNEYS, Class 34— Continued. 125 

Horse's Ntttnber. ^ Visitor's Notes 

1»« 786, MISS SUTTON, Ch. 

SIRE— Chocolate, Jr., 4185. 

DAM — 6996, Leconfield Nancy. , 

BREEDER— Wm. Vickers, England. I ' 



lȕ 784, LADY VALENTINE, Ch. 

SIRE— Grand Fashion, 3024. 
DAM— 4129, Lady Lillian. 
BREEDER— F. Pemberton, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



raS 887, ENCHANTRESS, Ch. 

SIRE— Danegelt, 174. 

DAM — Lady Louise. , 

BREEDER— L. Rodwell. 1 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jourdan. ; 



1 »» 886, DAINTY LADY. 

SIRE — Garton Pride of Connaiight. 
DAM— Dainty. 
BREEDER— L. Danly. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jourdan. 



1 40 789, PRIDE OF PENNBROOK, B. 

SIRE — Bonfire, 43. 
DAM— 196, Garton Pride. 
BREEDER— Ownet 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 



141 768, PRINCESS OLGA, B. 

SIRE— Euthorpe Performer, 118. 
DAM — "JT, Czarevna. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



148 766, INDIAN PRINCESS, Ch. 

SIRE— Euthorpe Performer, 118. 
DAM— 428, Princess Royal. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



126 HACKNEYS— Continued. 

Visitor's Notes. 

CLASS 35- 

Judged at 11.40 a.m. Tuesday. 

Mares, yearlings foaled in 1896. Height not to be 
considered. ! 

To be shown in hand or by the side of a saddle horse. j 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

Horse's Number. 

148 874, MISCHIEF IL, Ch. 

SIRE — Langton Performer, 242. 

DAM— 718, Mischief. ! 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITOR-Frederick C. Stevens. 

144 853, SUTTON LILY, Ch. 

SIRE — Langton Performer, 242. 
DAM — 6446, Buchshans Lily. 
BREEDER— Ed. Burnham, England. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

145 873, KATHLEEN XL, Ch. 

SIRE— Polonius, 4931. 

DAM— 783, Kathleen. 

BREEDER— Henry Waterhousc, England. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

140 837, MAXIME, Ch. 

SIRE— Maximillian, 93. 
DAM— 248, Adella. 
BREEDERS— H. G. and R. Cheney. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

14Ï 893, PRINCESS IL, B. 

SIRE— Confident Shot, 72. 
DAM— 57, Princess. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 

WH 829, RUSHLIGHT, B. | 

SIRE— Wildfire. 
DAM— 369, Ulrica. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. ! 



HACKNEYS, Class 35— Continued. la? 

Horse's Nnmber. Visitor's Notes. 

1 Ji8a 896, SENORTTA, Ch. 

SIRE— Dr. Parke, 59. ! 

DAM— Pépita. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Florham Farm. 

1 4» 850, ANNAWON, B. 

SIRE— Ènthorpe Performer, 118. 

DAM— SI, Shy Girl. 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 1 



HALF-BREDS. 

STALLIONS AND THEIR GET. 

CLASS 36. 

Judged at 11.45 a.m. Saturday. 

Stallions, four years old or over, registered in any recog- 
nized Stud-book, to be shown with three of their get. The 
get to have been bred in America, of any age, and out of 
native, inspected or unregistered mares. The get only to be 
considered, and to be judged as animals best suited for har- 
ness and carriage purposes. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(8») BERSERKER, 16, B., 15^, 9 yrs. 
See Class 25. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Sloan. 

{»0) IMP. CADET, 107, Ch., 15.3, 13 yrs. 
See Class 25. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Cassatt 

150 FASHION, 7, Blk., 15, aged. 

SIRE— Confidence. 
BREEDER— R. Worsley. 
EXHIBITOR— Prescott Lawrence. 



128 



FRENCH' COACHING HORSES. 



FRENCH COACH HORSE. 

cLass 38- 

Judged at 10.15 a.m. Friday. 

Stallion, four years old or over, kept for service. 

To be shown in hand. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Horse's Num 

151 



"S: 



ROWANN. Blk., 15.3, 10 yrs. 
EXHIBITORS— Geo. D. King & Son. 




HHcAV^ Draught Stallionj ; 

CLASS 42. 

Judged at 11 45 a.m. Friday. 

Stallions. Three years old or over (any breed). 

To be shown in hand. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



lé>3 



153 



MARSHAL SARIN, Gr., 16.2, 7 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— W. F. Fotterall. 



RESCUE, 4218, B., I7.ii, 11 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Kensîco Farms. 



Visitor's Notes 



HORSES AND DELIVERY WAGONS. 129 



Visitor's Notes. 



HORSES and 
DELIVERY WAGONS 



CLASS 43. 

Judged at 11.30 a.m. Saturday. 

Horses to be shown in single harness and delivery 
wagons, as used for local deliveries. 

Horses to count 60 per cent. ; wagon and appointments 
40 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

Horse's Nuihber. . 

154 GERINO, Gr. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. M. Stumpp. 

155 PEKIN, B. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— A. A. Vantine & Co. 

156 HARLEM, Roan G., 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— H. C. F. Koch & Co. 

15» ROYAL, Br. G., 16, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— New York Biscuit Co. 

1^8 THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, Gr. G., 15.2^, 6 yrs 

$500. 
EXHIBITOR— Mark W. Cross Co. 



CAB HORSES ^7^, 
HANS OM CAB S 

CLASS 44. 

judged at 8 p.m. Friday. 

Horse and best-appointed licensed Hansom CaV, as let for 
nire. 

The horse is to count 60 per cent. ; the cab and appoint- 
ments 40 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $50. 
SECOND PRIZE, $25. 
THIRD PRIZE, $10. 




130 



CAB HORSES AND HANSOM CABS— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

15» 



SPIDER, B. G., 15.2, aged. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Donovan. 



Visitot's Notesw 



leO MOLLIE D., Br. M., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Shaw. 

161 CHARLIE, B. G., 16, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. McCullagh. 

162 DUKE, B. G., 16, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— C. Heckman & Son. 

168 SLIGO, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— C. Heckman & Son. 

164 LUCY, B. M., t6, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— C. Heckman & Son. 

165 FREDDIE, 6. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Charles Wade. 

166 DICK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. White. 



161 ROCKET, Bro. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. Hammond. 

168 DANDY, Bro. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. Hammond. 

16» KÎTEBIRD, B. S., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Gabriel Jacobs. 

1Ï» MOLLIE, B. M., 15.3. 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John J. Tuite. 

1Ï1 TARTAR, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— L. Kearney. 

1Ï» DANDY, B. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jerome Connors. 

"lïa GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY, B. G., 15.2, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. Smith. 



r^ 



CAB HORSES AND HANSOM CAbS— Continued, 



131 



Horse's Number. 

1 14 KATE, Ch. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. Spanton. 

1 15 KITTY, Ch. M., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. White. 

1 16 TOM, Blk. G., 16, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. White. 

1Ï1 RODMAN, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Lahey. 

1Ï8 KLONDYKE, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-T. Mooney. 

11» PRINCE, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Myles Nelson. 

ISO CHAPPIE, Blk. G., 16. 1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Colton. 

181 GEM, B. G., 16.1, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— John J. McDermott. 

18» MOLLIE, B. M., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— John J. McDermott. 



I 



Visitor's Notes. 




(Light and Medium Weight.) 

CLASS 45. 

Judged at 8.30 p.m. Saturday. 

Horses over fourteen hands one inch, and not exceeding 
fifteen hands. Should have confirmation, quality, style, all- 
around action and be able to do a çood pace. To be shown 
to a light two or four-wheeled vehicle. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



132 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 45— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

1 88 AMAZEMENT, Roan G., 6 yrs. ' 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John Robinson. 



Visitor's Notes. 



184 IDOL BOY, B. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Elbridge T. Gerry. 

186 JESSIE, Ch. M., 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 

18e WAKE BELL, Bro. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

181 IMP. ACONITE, Ch. M., 14.2, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— S. O. Van der Poel. 

188 ELEGANCE II., Bro. M., 14.2, 7 yi;^. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

18» ROB ROY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. For sale, 

EXHIBITOR— John Doyle. 

1»0 LADY KILLARNEY, Ch. M., 14J, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 

191 SILVER KING, W. G., 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 

192 DELIGHT, Br. M., 14.3, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-Thos. M. Hilliard. 

198 LIEUT. WILKES, B. G.. 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 

194 LORD BRILLIANT, Ch. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulmc 

195 KAISER. G. G., 15, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Wallace. 



199 DUKE, Br. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 45— Continued. 



133 



Horse's Number. 

1»» DON WILKES, Ch. G., 14.3*, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

1»8 HIS EXCELLENCY, Ch. G., 14.3*» 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

m» FIREFLY, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 



Visitor's Notes. 



»0«» ' IMP. ACTIVITY II., B. G., 15, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbee. 



»01 ALLEYBOY, B. G., 14.3Î. 5 yfs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. J. Clark. 

SO» LADY, B. M., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 



«©» BONNIE, Br. M., 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Charles Pfizer, Jr. 

»04 LEE BROWN, Br. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School, Agents. 

»06 SILVER LEAF, Ch. G., I4%i, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widener. 



aoe KITTY GLEN, Br. M., 14.2^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 

aOl SNAP, Br. G., 14.3, 4 yrs. ' 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



a08 DUDE, B. G., 15. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

«O» ACTOR, G. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



»10 THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., 14.3*. 

6 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



134 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 45— Continued. 



HorseU Number. 


Visitor's Notes, 


211 WINSTED, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 




EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 





»1» GLADYS, Ch. M., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

»18 GLORIOUS, Ch. G., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. L. Elkins. 

!814 LADY PRIMROSE, Br. M., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. L. Elkins. 

215 SHERRY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. L. Elkins. 

2ie McKUSIC, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 

211 GOLD POINTER, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 

218 THE GLAD HAND, Ch. G., 14.34, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



CLASS 46. 

Judged at 8.15 p.m. Wednesday. 

Pair of Horses over fourteen hands one inch, and not 
exceeding fifteen hands. Should have conformation, quality, 
style, all-around action and be able to do a good pace. To 
be shown to a light four-wheeled vehicje. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(ISO) r WAKE BELL, Br. G., 15, 7 yrs. 
J See Class 45. 
210 1 BEN BOW, Br. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

(198) r LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
(194) ^ LORD BRILLIANT, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 
I See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulmc. 



r- 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 46— Continued. 



135 



Horse's Number. 

(195) 



(1»1) 

(lOT) 
(1»8) 

S22 



2S4 



(208) 

(«©«) 

S2f 



1 



KAISER, G. G., 15, 8 yrs. 

See Class 45* 
DUCHESS, Ch. M., 15, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Wallace. 

SILVER KING, W. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45- 
DORITHY, Ch. M., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 

DON WILKES, Ch. G., 14.3^ 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
HIS EXCELLENCY, Ch. G., 14.3*» 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

IMP. YORK, B. G., 14.1Î, 5 yrs. 

IMP. LESTER, B. G., t4.i3> 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbee. 

LADY GRACE, Ch. M., 14. i^, 5 yrs. 

LADY HILDA, Ch. M., 14.1!, 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbee. 

LADY, B. M., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
BABY, B. M., 14.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 

SILVER LEAF, Ch. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
NORTHMONT, Ch. G., 14.3^ 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(«Oe) f KITTY GLEN, Br. M., 14.2^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
(«Ol) ^ SNAP, Br. G., 14.3» 4 yrs. 

See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick G. Bourne. 



Visitor's NoUs. 



136 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 46— Continued. 



Horse's Number, 



Visitors Note» 



(SS08) 



99» 



{ THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., U-.U- 
6yrs. I 

See Gass 45. 
TELEPHONE GIRL, B. M., 14.3^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. J 



(SO») 
999 



ACTOR, G. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
ACTRESS II., Ch. M., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



%30 
S81 



MAYFLOWER, B. M., 15, 7 yrs. 

MAY ROSE, B. M., 15, 8 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



(»1 1) r WINSTED, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
«8S 1 GENTRY, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



(sia) 

S88 



' GLADYS, Ch. M., 15, 6 yrs. 
. See Class 45. 

I DIPLOMAT, Ch. M.. 15, 6 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— John S.. Bratton. 



(«1») 
284 



GOLD POINTER, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
MATE, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



(«IS) 
99ti 



SHERRY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
CRUMBS, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. L. Elldns. 



(»I8) 

S8e 



GLORIOUS, Ch. G., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
GLORY. Ch. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. L, Elkins, 



il 



Horse's Number. 

(218) 
991 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 46— Continued. 137 

Visitor's Notes. 

THE GLAD HAND, Ch. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 45. 
THE GEESER, Ch. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



CLASS 47. 

Judged at 2 p.m. Monday. 

Horses^over fifteen hands, and under fifteen hands three 
inches. Should have conformation, quality, style, all-around 
action and to be able to go a good pace. To be shown to a 
two or four-wheeled vehicle. 



FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75- 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



S88 STORM KING, Ch., 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John Robinson. 

a»» DANDY, Blk. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edward Knicriem, 

»40 CAIRNSMOOR, B. G., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. G. Marshall. 

«41 AYESEE, Blk. G., 15.2^ 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Samuel Parham Huhn. 

«48 ADONIS, B. G., 15.14, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-Wm. O. Blanding. 

«48 VETO, G. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Gilman S. Mowlton. 

844 CHALLENGER, Ch. G., is.ii 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

»45 CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., is.if, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



138 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 47— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

«46 SIR HOBART, Br. G., iS-iJ, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

«41 RARITAN, B. G,, 15.2Î, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. Wyman Porter. 

S48 LAST COUP, Br. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 

«4» SIR WALTER, B, G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

»60 SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

251 KINGSFORD, Ch. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

SftS WELLINGTON, Ch. G., 15.25, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

S58 THELMA, B. M., is.'ii, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Frances Lee Morrell. 

554 MAY BIRD, B. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Doyle. 

9&& GEORGE K.,B. G., 15.1^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Wallace. 

25e HOLLY, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. 

86» CONSUELLO, B. M., 15.2}, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

555 SURPRISE, B. G., 15.1^, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

Sft9 WARWICK, Ch. G., 15.2^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. A. Foster. 



Visitor's Notes. 



r 





HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 47— Continued 


139 


Horae'i Nnmber. 


Visitor's Notes. 


990 


PEEP O' DAY, Blk. a, I5.2i, 6 yrs., $i,ooo. 
EXHIBITOR— W. A. Dobson. 




sei 


CHANCELLOR, B. G., 15.1, 5 yrs. ' 
EXHIBITOR-I. Irving Brokaw. 




ses 


PRINCE NUT, B. G., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 





ses PEALING CHIMES, B. G.,- 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

994: CAPTAIN, B. S., 15.2!, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— S. H. Mason. Jr. 

ses CENTERVILLE, Ch. G., 15.2$, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Strauss & Hexter. 

see , PURITAN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 

Sei STAR BRIGHT, B. G., 15.2^. 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. E. Gordon, Jr. 

ses NEVER AGAIN, Br. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer. 

see LADY FANNY, Br. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. Whitman. 

SI© PRINCE HOMER, Ch. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School .\gents. 

Sll VON HARBINGER, Ch. G., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widener. 

STS SYNTAX, Rn. G., 15.1. 

EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 

818 DUTCHESS, B. M., is.2f 

EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 



1 ^ 



1 



140 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 47— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

814 QUEEN'S OWN, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 

«15 COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

«le BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

811 GOV. BROWN, Br. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S., Bratton. 

«18 CAPRICE, Ch. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR- John S. Bratton. 

«1» AMAZON, B. G., 15.1. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

«80 ROBIN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

«81 GREAT SCOTT, B. G., 15.2^. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

S8S GREAT C^SAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



CLASS 48. 

Judged at 2. p.m. Tuesday. 

Pair of Horses, over fifteen hands, and under fifteen 
hands three inches. Should have conformation, quality, 
style, all-around action and be able to go a good pace. To 
be shown before a spider, T cart or phaeton. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Visitor's Notes 



(244) 
(245) \ 



CHALLENGER, Ch. G., 15. if, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



r 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 48— Continued. 



141 



Horse^s Number. 

' (S46) 



SIR WALTER, Br. G., 15.1}, 7 yrs. 

SIR HOBART, Br. G., 15.1}, S yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(84») 
(850) •( 



SIR WALTER, B. G., I5.2i, 4 yrs 

See Class 47. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



(»5S) r WELLINGTON, B. G., 15.2}, 8 yrs. 
J See Class 47. 
«84 - I WALLINGFORD, B. G.. 15.2!, 8 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



(854) 
S85 



MAY BIRD, B. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. For Sale. 

See Class 47. 
PRINCE. Br. G.. 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Doyle. 



(lœ) 

(850) 



88e 

(858) 



(893) 



DUKE, Br. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
HOLLY, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. 

SUPERIOR, B. G., is.ii, 8 yrs. 
SURPRISE. B. G.. i5.ii, 8 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



PEALING CHIMES, Bay. 
See Class 47. 
88 Ï 1 AGNES CHIMES, Bay. 

[ EXHIBITOR— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



888 
88» 



r SUNLIGHT, Br. G., 15.2 J, 5 yrs. For Sale. 
J -STARLIGHT, Br. G., 15.25, 5 yrs. 
[ EXHIBITOR— Strauss & Hexter. 



142 HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 48— Cont nued 

Horse's Number. 

(»ee) r PURITAN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
9»l I PLYMOUTH, B. G., 15.2. 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 



99Z 

(861) I 



STAR LIGHT, B. G., 15.2^, 6 yrs. 
STAR BRIGHT, B. G., 15.2^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— T. E. Gordon, Jr. 



(868) 

ses 

(«ÏI) 

894 



(818) 



865 



(815) 
(816) 



866 
891 



' NEVER AGAIN, Br. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
NONE SUCH. Br. M.. 15.2*. 5 yrs- 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer. 



VON HARBINGER, Ch. G., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
CHALLENGER. Ch. G., 15.1^ 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

' QUEEN'S OWN, B. G., 15.23, 5 yrs. 
Sec Class 47. 
McKENZA, B. G., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 

COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



METAL, Blk. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 

MUSIC. Blk. S., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



86» r PRIDE, Ch. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

(81 «) \ CAPRICE. Ch. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



Visitor's Notes. 






HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 48— Continued. 



-143 



Horse's Number. 

(»80) 
(«8») I 



ROBIN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
RED BREAST, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
GREAT CiESAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



Vifti tor's Notes. 



CLASS 49. 

Judged at 8.50 p.m. Monday. 

High Stepper, not under fourteen hands two inches, and 
under fifteen hands two inches. All-around action only to 
be considered. To be shown to an appropriate two-wheeled 
vehicle. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

(»40) CAIRNSMOOR, B. G., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. G. Marshall. 

801 ANNA HELD, B. M., is.ii, 7 yrs., $3,500. 

EXHIBITOR— James Austin Schawel. 

80« STARLIGHT, B. M., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Elbridge T. Gerry. 



CLAUDIUS, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Lemuel E. Wells, 



(«4») ADONIS, B. G., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. O. Blanding. 

(186) WAKE BELL, Br. G., 15, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



144 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 49— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(«44) CHALLENGER, Ch. G., iS-if, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47* 
EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichcnor & Co. 

(845) CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., 15.1Î, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichcnor & Co. 

804 MY SWEETHEART, Br. M., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Solon L. Frank. 

(188) ELEGANCE II., Br. M., 14.2, 7 yrs. 
See Oass 45- 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

(858) THELMA, B. M., 15.1^, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Frances Lee Morrell. 

(191) SILVER KING, W. G., 15, 6 yrs." 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 

(19«) DELIGHT, Br. M., 14.3» 3 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. Hilliard. 

(198) LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yf? 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 

(194) LORD BRILLIANT, Ch. G., 15, 7 yrs. 
• See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 

(196) DUKE, Br. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. 

(»58) SURPRISE, B. G., 15.1^, 8 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



Victor's Notes. 



r 



HORSES|lN HARNESS, Class' 49— Ccntinued. 



145 



Horse's Number. 

(»ei) CHANCELLOR, B. G., 15.1, S yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— I. Irving Brokaw. 

(199) FIREFLY, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 



Visitor's Notes 



» (185) JESSIE, Ch. M., 15, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 



(«4H) ALLEYBOY, B. G., 14.3^ 5 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— W. J. Clark. 



aOS SHELEH, B. M., 14.2, 11 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 

(8168) NEVER AGAIN, Br. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer. 



a©« THE PRINCE, Ch. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 

(210) PRINCE HOMER, Ch. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

(811) VON HARBINGER, Ch. G., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

(»18) SYNTAX, Rn. G., 15.1. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 



(815) COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bat«s. 



146 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 49— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(»00) ACTOR, G. G., 14.3» 8 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



(«lO) THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., 14.3*, 
6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



(»11) GOV. BROWN, Br. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR—John S. Bratton. 



801 MARATONA, B. M., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



808 THE INDIAN, B. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



80e ALLADIN, B. G., is.if. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



(»15) SHERRY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



(814) LADY PRIMROSE, Br. M., 14.3!, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



Visitor's Note 



(«8») GREAT C^SAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



810 SUNRISE, B. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



HORSES IN HARNESS— Continued. 



147 



CLASS 50. 

Judged at 8.30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Pair of High Steppers, not under fourteen hands two 
inches, and under fifteen hands two inches. All-around 
action only to be considered. To be shown to a four-wheeled 
carriage (wagons excluded). 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Horse's Number. 



(244) 
(245) \ 

(288) 
(246) 



CHALLENGER, Ch. G., 15.1!, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., is.ij, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



SIR WALTER, Br. G., is.i|, 7 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
SIR HOBART, Br. G., 15.1, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



Visitor's Notes. 



811 

(258) I 



(198) 
(194) ^ 



(191) 
(221) 



WAEDMAR, B. G., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 
THELMA, B. M., 15.1J, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Frances Lee Morrell. 



LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
LORD BRILLIANT, Ch. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Htilme. 



SILVER KING, W. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
DORITHY, Ch. M., 15, 6 yrs. 

See Class 46. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 



148 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 50— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 



(286) 
(»«8) 



812 
818 



(284; 

(2T1 

(STft 

(8T6; 

(280 
(881 

(808 
(888; 

'809 

(88»; 



SUPERIOR, B. G., is.ii, 8 yrs. 

See Class 46. 
SURPRISE, B. G., 15.1^, 8 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXPIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

LADY OF THE SNOWS, Blk. M., 15.1Î, 5 yrs. 
LEON A, Blk. M., iS-ih 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— C. R. Maclean and Jas. D. Maclean. 



CHALENGER, Ch. G., 15.1!, 6 yrs. 
See Class 48. 

^ VON HARBINGER, Ch. G., 15.1!, 7 yrs. 
. See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widener. 

' COXEY. Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 
See Gass 47. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



MAY FLOWER, Br. M., 15, 7 yrs. 
See Qass 46. 
S MAY ROSE, Br. M., 15, 8 yrs. 
See Class 461 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



Visitor's Notes. 



THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., 14.3^, 

6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
TELEPHONE GIRL, B. M., 14.3!, 7 yrs. 

See Class 46. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



1^ ACTOR, G. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 
I See Class 45. 
< ACTRESS IL, Ch. M., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 46. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



I 



n 



Horse's Number. 

(801) 

ai4 



(SOO) 

(ai5) 

(835) 

(3818) 
(814) 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 50— Contihued. 149 

Visitor's Notes. 

MARATONA, B. M., 15.1^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 49. 
MATE. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
GREAT CiESAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 

SHERRY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
CRUMBS, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 46. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

LADY PRIMROSE, Br. M., 14.3!, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
GLORIOUS, Ch. G., 14.3, 7 yrs. 

See Class 46. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



CLASS 51. 

Judged at 8.30 p.m. Thursday. 

High Stepper, not under fifteen hands two inches. All- 
around action only to be considered. To be shown to an 
appropriate two-wheeled vehicle. I 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. ; 

SECOND PRIZE, $75- 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

81ft BRILLIANCE, B. G., 15, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— R M. C Lord. 

(»88) STORM KING, Ch. G., 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John Robinson. 



150 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 51— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(»41) AYESEE, Blk. G., is.2i, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Samuel Parham Hahn. 



816 KIKG CHARLES, B. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



(«48) LAST COUP, Br. G., 15.2*, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— W. H. Clark. 

(849) SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

811 MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



Visitor's Notes. 



818 ROCKET, B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



819 SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



(»5«) WELLINGTON, B. G., 15.2}, 8 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



8»0 FLASH, B. G., 15.3*, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. Hilliard. 



(851) CONSUELLO, B. M., 15.2!, 4 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

881 STATESMAN, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

82» MASTERPIECE, B. G., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormscr. 



r 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 51— Continued. 



151 



Horse's Number. 

(«5») WARWICK. B. G., 15.2!, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— J. A. Foster. 

8«8 GRACE, B. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 

(«64) CAPTAIN, Br. S., 15.2}, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— S. H. Mason. 

(«65) CENTERVILLE, Ch. G., 15.2}, 7-yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Strauss & Hexter. 

(«66) PURITAN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert. Jr. 



Visitor's Notes. 



8«4 SUNDOWN, B. G., 16. li aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. Stillman. 

8«5 HURLINGHAM, B. G., 16. li, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. Stillman. 

8«6 LADY KITTY, Br. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. Whitman. 

(«18) DUTCHESS, B. M., 15.2^. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 



8«« 



888 



88» 



THE PROPER CAPER, B. S., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



THE REAL THING, Br. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



LADY BIRD, B. M., 15.2!. 
EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 



151^ 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 61— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(898) PRIDE, Ch. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

880 RUSH LIGHT, B. G., 15.2^. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

(«»») REDBREAST, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



881 



888 



888 



VAN TUYL, B. J3., 16, 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman! 



WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3^. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



CLASS 52. 

Judged at 4.45 p.m. Friday. 

Pair of High Steppers, not under fifteen hands two 
inches. All-around action only to be considered. To be 
shown to a four-wheeled carriage (wagons excluded). 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(815) r BRILLIANCE, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

.See Class 51. 

884 1 BOTANIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITOR— R. M. C Lord. 

(816) r KING CHARLES, Br. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 
J See Class 51. 

885 I KING WILLIAM, Br. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



Visitor's Notes. 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 52— Continued. 



153 



Horse's Ntimber. 



Visitor's Notes 



(«49) 
(«50) 

(818) 
(81») •{ 



386 

(»»1) J 



(S52) 
(884) 

(824) 
(825) 

(888) 
881 



SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. SteTcna. 



ROCKET, B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.3^ 7 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



KINGSTON, Ch. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
KINGSFORD, Ch. G., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



WEl^LINGTON, B. G., 15.2!, 8 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
WALLINGFORD, B. G., 15.2!, 8 yrs. 

See Class 48. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



SUNDOWN, B. G., 16. li aged. 

See Qass 51. 
HURLINGHAM, B. G., 16.1, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. StiUman. 



GRACE, B. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Gass 51. 
COLLINS, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



(881) 
(866) 



PLYMOUTH, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 

PURITAN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
j See Class 47. 
[ EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 



154 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 52— Continued. 



Horse'g Number. 

(«9») f STAR LIGHT, B. G., 15.2^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 4& 
(861) ^ STAR BRIGHT, B. G., 15.2^. 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— T. E. Gordon, Jr. 



HULDA, Rn. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

HILMA, Rn. M., 16, 6 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Tom Shanley. 



(8«e) ( LADY KITTY, Br. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
(«e») { LADY FANNY, Br. M., 15.2, 4 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C Whitman. 



(«»«) r QUEEN'S OWN, B. G., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
(«95) \ McKENZA, B. G., T5.2f, 5 yrs. 

See Class 48. 

EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 



(881) ( THE PROPER CAPER, Br. S., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
(888) ^ THE REAL THING, Br. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



Visitor's Notes. 



840 
841 



HIGH TIDE, Br. G., 16, 8 yrs. 

HI, Br. G.. 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



(»e8) r PRIDE, Ch. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
(»18) ^ CAPRICE, Ch. M., 15.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class 4^. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Brattou. 



r 



HORSES IN HARNESS, Class 52— i^untinued. 



155 



Horae's Number. 

84S 



Visitor's Notes. 



(880) 

(280) 
(8IM>) 

(882) 
(888) 



CADET, B. G., i6, 5 yrs. 

RUFUS, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

RUSH LIGHT, B. G., 15.2^ 
S«e Class 51. 
AMBITfDN, B. G., 15.3. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

ROBIN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Gass 47. 
REDBREAST, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 4& 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. EUdns. 

A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Gass 51. 
WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3!, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



^'^^ 




''CARRIAGE 
HORSES 



(Heavy weight.) 

CLASS 53. 

Judged at 3.40 p.m. Saturday. 

Horses, not under fifteen hands three inches, suitable 
for a heavy cart or four-wheeled vehicle. Should have 
conformation, qualitjr, style and all-around action. To be 
shown to an appropriate two or four-wheeled vehicle. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75- 
THIRD PRIZE. $35. 



156 



CARRIAGE HORSES, Class 63— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(815) BRILLIANCE, B. G., i6, s yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 

845 LUKE P., B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 

84e PENDULUM, B. G., 15.3^ 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Gilman S. Moulton. 

(81*6) KING CHARLES, Br. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

841 ROANOKE, Br. G., 16. i^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. Wyman Porter. 

(811) MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C Stevens. 

(819) SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.31, 7 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



84» JACK SPRATT, B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs: 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



Visitor's Kotes^ 



850 HIGH ROLLER, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— P. W. Rouss. 

851 RARA AVIS, Br. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Hamilton H. Salmon. 

(8»0) FLASH, B. G., 15.34, 7 y^s. 
See Qass 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. Hilliard. 



(821) STATESMAN, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 
See Gass 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 



CARRIAGE HORSES. Class 53— Continued. 



157 



Horse's Number. 

a«8 STARS, B. G., i6, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—Louis W. Wormscr. 

»5a CHIEFTAIN, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 

354 STOCKWOOD, B. M., 16.1, 5 yrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITORS— C. R. Maclean and Jas. D. Maclean. 

SftS CHIMES, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 

(»84) SUNDOWN, B. G., 16.1^, aged. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— James Stillman. 

(8«5) HURLINGHAM, B. G., i6.ii, 9 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— James Stillman, 

»58 LUCILE, Br. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

3»» CANADIAN GIRL, 16.0J, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 

sec EGBERT, Br. G., 16.1, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

(840) HIGH TIDE, Br. G., 16, 8 yrs. 
See Class -52. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

(»«») THE PROPER CAPER, Br. S., 15.3*, 8 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

S61 MILL ROCK, Br. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

(19) MATADON, B. S., 15.3, 11 yrs. 

See Class 5- 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



Visitor's Notes. 



158 



CARRIAGE HORSES, Class 53— Continued. 



iforse'a N amber. 

»e» ATLANTIC, B. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 

(«4») CADET, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

ses • BROWN CLOUD, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

(SSI) VAN TUYL, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

(SS») A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 
yrs. 

See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R F. Carman. 

(SS8) WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3^, 9 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



CLASS 54- 

Judged at 3.40 p.m. Monday. 

Pair of Horses, not under fifteen hands three inches, 
suitable for a stanhope, victoria or similar vehicle. Should 
have conformation, quality, style and all-around action. To 
be shown to an appropriate four-wheeled vehicle. 

FIRST PRIZE, $2oa 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



visitor's Notes. 



(81«) 
(884) 



BRILLIANCE, B. G., i6, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
BOTANIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Oass 52. 

EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 



r- 



CARRIAGE HORSES, Class 64r— Continued. 



169 



Horse's Number. - 

(845) r LUKE P., B. G., 15.3^ 6 yrs. 
' See Class 53.. 

(846) \ PENDULUM, B. G., 15.3^. 6 yrs. 
See Qass 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Gilman S. Moalton. 



865 r LARKSPUR, Ch. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

866 ] CARNATION, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



(816) 
(885) \ 

(888) 
(889) 

(811) 
(848) 

(819) 
(849) 

(85») 
86T 



r r^ 



KING CHARLES, Br. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

Sec Class 51. 
KING WILLIAM, Br. G., 16. i, 5 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichtnor & Co. 



HULDA, Rn. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Clais 52. 
HILMA, Rn. M., 16, 7 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITOR— Tom Shanley. 



MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
LONDESBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.3*, 7 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
JACK SPRATT, 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



STARS, B. G.. t6, 7 yrs. 

See Class 53. 
STRIPES, B. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormscr. 



Visitor's Notes 



160 



CARRIAGE HORSES, Class 64— Continued. 



Horse* s Number. 

(Sa») f GRACE. B. M., i6, 6 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
(«ST) ^ COLLINS, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 

«68 r TRINITY, B. G., 15.3!, 6 yrs. 

(86«) J CHIMES, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 

«69 r STAR, Br.. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

8TO \ SUCCESS, Br. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Stephenson. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(884) 

(826) { 



SUNDOWN, B. G., 16. if aged. 

See Class 51. 
HURLINGHAM, B. G., 16. ij, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— James Stillman. 



(840) 
(841) 



HIGH TIDE, Br. G., 16, 8 yrs. 

See Class 52. 
HI, Br. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

See Class 5z 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



(861) 
8T1 



MILL ROCK, Br. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 53. 
MONARCH. Br. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bate.s. 



8T8 
8T8 



MAJESTIC, G. G., 16. i, 6 yrs. 

TEUTONIC, Ch. G.. 16. i, 7 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



(868) [ ATLANTIC, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
»15 1 PACIFIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



CARRIAGE HORSES, Class 54— Continued. 



161 



Horse*s Number. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(»43) 



CADET, B. G., i6, 5 yrs. 
See Class 52. 
(«48) <j RUFUS, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



(881) [ VAN TUYL, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Gass 51. 
(868) -( BROWN CLOUD, B. G., 16. 6 yrs. 

See Class 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



(882) f A STRANGER IN NEW YORK. B. G., 16, 6 

yrs. 

See Gass 51. 
(888) ] WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3^, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR-R. F. Carman. 



(882) 



8ve 



f A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 
yrs. 

See Gass 51. 
ALL RIGHT, B. G., 15.3^. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



877 
876 



BRECK, Br. G., 16, 7 yrs. 
BRITTON, Br. G., 16, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— Geo. D. King & Son. 



162 



"1 



Horses, Carriages and Appointments. 



Visitor's Notes. 




I HORSES, CARRIAGES AND 
APPOINTMENTS. 




CLASS 55. 

Judged at 3.30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Horses, not under fifteen hands two inches. To be 
shown before a brougham, the horse to count 50 per cent, 
and the brougham and general appointments 50 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 

SECOND PRIZE, $75. 

' THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

Horse's Number. 

(341) ROANOKE, Br. G., i6.ii 7 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— T. Wyraan Porter. 

(348) LONDESBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

(35©) HIGH ROLLER, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— P. W. Rouss. 

(355Î) STARS, B. G., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

(358) LUCILE, Br. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 53- * 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(340) HIGH TIDE, Br. G.,. 16, 8 yrs. 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 



Horses, Carriages and Appointments, Class 55 — Continued. 163 

- ■ ■ — j 7 

Horse' 8 Number. | Visitor's Notes. 

(aeO) EGBERT, Br. G., i6.i, 8 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 

(«e») BROWN CLOUD, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

(a88) A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 
yrs. 

See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

3»e LORD CHUMLEY, Br. G., 16. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

»SO HIS MAJESTY, B. G., 16. i. 

EXHIBITOR— John H. Shults, Jr. 

(381) THE PROPER CAPER, Br. S., is-si, 8 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 

CLASS 56. 

Judged at 2.30 p.m. Friday. 

Pair of Horses. To be shown before a brougham, the 
horses to count 50 per cent, and the brougham and general 
appointments 50 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



(»53) 
(334) 

(844) 
(34!S) 



BRILLIANT, B. G., 16 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
BOTANIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 

CHALLENGER, Ch. G., 15.1I, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., 15.1!, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



164 



Horses, Carriages and Appointments, Class 50 — Continued. 



Horse's Number. 



(S83 
(346 

(S40 

(350 

(SSO 
(358 

(375 
(3T6 

(S3T 
(»38 

(3SO 
(399 

(383 
(333 



SIR WALTER, Br. G., 15.1I, 7 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
^ SIR HOBART, Br. G., is.if, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. . 

' SUPERIOR, B. G., 15. li, 8 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
SURPRISE, B. G., i5,ii, 8 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 8 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

THE PROPER CAPER, Br. S., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
THE REAL THING, Br. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

ROBIN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
REDBREAST, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Gass 48. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 

f A STRANGER IN NEW YORK. B. G., 16, 6 
yrs. 

See Class 51. 
WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3*, 9 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR.— R. F. Carman. 



Visitor's Notes. 






Horses, Carriages and Appointments, Class 66 — Continued. 



165 



Horse's ÎJumber. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(300) 
(38S) 



' NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 4g. 
GREAT CESAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



CLASS 57. 

Judged at 4.20 p.m. Thursday. 

Pair of Horses. To be shown before a victoria or 
cabriolet, the horses to count 50 per cent., the carriages and | 
appointments 50 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



(815) 
(»34) 



BRILLIANCE, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
BOTANIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITOR— R. M. C Lord. 



(«48) 

(S4») 
(350) 

(258) 
(811) 



LAST COUP, Br. G., 15,24, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
FIRST CHOICE, Br. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. H. Clark. 

' SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^ 4 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



THELMA, B. M., 15.14, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
WALDMAR, B. G., 15.14, 7 yrs. 
. Sec Class 50. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis Lee Morrell. 



166 



Horses, Carriages and Appointments, Class 57 — Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

«82 r REX, B. G., i6, 9 yrs. 

383 \ CUPID, B. a, I5.3f , 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. Ledyard Blair. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(*28e) 

(358) 



^ SUPERIOR, B. G., is.ii, 8 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
SURPRISE, B. G., i5.ii, 8 yrs. 
Sec Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



(215) 
(2'«) < 



COXEY, Br. G. , 15.1, 9 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



(S»») r REDBREAST, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
(S80) \ ROBIN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



(381) 
(363) \ 



VAN TUYL, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
BROWN CLOUD, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



(333) 
(333) 



A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 

yrs. 

See Class 51. 
WALSINGHAM, B. G., iS-si, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



(300) r NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
(282) < GREAT C^SAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
(^ EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



Horses, Carriages and Appointments, Class 57— Continued. 



167 



Horse's Number. 



(«44) 
(246) 



CHALLENGER, Ch. G., 15.1^ 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
CHANCELLOR, Ch. G., iS-iJ, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(3S8) 
(346) ^ 



SIR WALTER, Br. G., 15.1}, 5 yrs. 

See Qass 48. 
SIR HOBART, Br. G., 15.13, 6 yrs. 

See Clasa 47. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



F' 



168 



CHAMPION PRIZES. 



visitor's Notes. 



CHAMPION PRIZES. 

CLASS 58. 

(For Horses in Harness and Carriage Horses.) 
Judged at 9.15 p.m. Saturday. 

Open only to Horses not exceeding fifteen hands three 
inches, having taken a first prize in single harness at this or 
any of the Association's previous shows. The former will 
be post entries. 

PRIZE, $200. 

(Reserve Ribbon for second.) 

Horse's Number. 

(215) COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

(80») ALLADIN, B. G., 15.1$. 
See Class 49. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

POST ENTRIES. 



-Winner in Class — . 



-Winner in Class — . 



-Winner in Class 



-Winner in Class — . 



1 



r 



CHAMPION PRIZEwS— Continued. 169 



Visitor's Notes. 

CLASS 59. 

Judged at 9 p.m. Saturday. 

Open only to Horses exceeding fifteen hands three 
inches, having taken ^ first prize in single harness at this or 
any of the Association's previous shows. The former will 
be post entries. 

PRIZE, 1200. 

(Reserve Ribbon for second.) 

POST ENTRIES. 



-Winner in Class — . 
-Winner in Class — . 
-Winner in Class — . 



Winner in Class — . 



170 



TANDEMS. 




^j^ns,' 



Visitor's Notes. 




TANDEMS 



The wheeler to have conformation, substance, quality 
and action. The leader to be a showy, well-bred, all around 
actor, with good manners. 

CLASS 59a. 

Judged at 3.30 p.m. Thursday. 
Harness Tandem, the wheeler not to exceed fourteen 
hands, three inches. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

Horse's Number. 

(188) C, ELEGANCE IL, Br. M., 14.2, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
(384) 1 ECCLES WONDER, Blk. M., 14, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

(1»2) f DELIGHT, Br. M., 14.3, 3 yrs. 
J See Class 45. 
«85 1 MONTIE, B. G., 14.2, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. HilHard. 



»8e 

(i»a) 



LONSDALE, B. G., 14.3, 7 yrs. 
LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 



S8T 

' (lȕ) 



MOUNTAIN MAID, B. M., 14.2^, 5 yrs. 
DON WILKES, Ch. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



(883) IMP. YORK, B. G., I4.if, 5 yrs. 
See Class 46. 

(884) \ LADY GRACE, Ch. M., 14.1^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 46. 
EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Weatherbee. 

«88 f WASP, Br. G., 14, 5 yrs. 

88» i HORNET, Br. G., 14, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Martha Cameron. 



^ 



TANDEMS— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 



171 

Visitor's Notes. 



390 



IMP. TOPSEY, Gr. M., 11.3, 8 yrs. 
JENNY, Blk. M., 11.3, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 



303 

ses 



(SO») 
(»10) 



COTTAGE PRINCE, B. G., 14.0Î, 6 yrs. 
COTTAGER, B. G., 14.1,7 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Edith Colford. 



'ACTOR, G. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 
See Class 45. 

THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., 14.3^ 
6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



S»4 

395 



NIP, B. G., 14.3, 5 yrs. 
TUCK, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



(815) 
(SS5) 



'SHERRY, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
CRUMBS, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 46. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



3oe 

39T 



THE RIGHT SORT, B. G., 14.3- 
WILD ROSE, B. M., 14. i. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



Î 

I 



(8H) [gold pointer, B. G., 14.3, 6 yrs. 
39» < CAT, B. G., 14.1, 6 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



172 



TANDEMS— Continued. 



Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 60- 

Judged at 8.30 p.m. Friday. 

Harness Tandem, the wheeler to be over fourteen hands 
three inches, and not exceed fifteen hands two inches. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Horse's Number. 

(»4Ô) r CHANCELLOR, Gh. G., is.if, 7 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 
(844) -j CHALLENGER, Ch. G., 15.1!, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



(1»4) 
(198) i 

(196) 
j(8««) 



LORD BRILLIANT, Ch. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 

See Class 45. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 

DUKE, B. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
HOLLY, B. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. * 



(19T) r DON WILKES, Ch. G., 14.3*, 6 yrs. 
j See Class 45. 



899 



< 



(3S6) 
(858) 



400 

(302) 



LADY ADELE, Ch. M., 14.3^, 7 yrs. 
! EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 

'SUPERIOR, B. G., I5.ii 8 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
SURPRISE, B. G., i5.ii, 8 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



COBDEN, B. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

PRINCE NUT, B. G., 15. li, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



r 



TANDEMS, Class 60— Continued. 



173 



Horse's Number. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(2T5) 
(21©) 



(214) 



COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs, 

THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN, B. G., 14.3*, 
6 yrs. 

See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Class 47. 
MISS SOMEBODY, B. M., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 



^ LADY PRIMROSE, Br. M., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
(»15) J SHERRY, B. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— William L. Elkins. 

(300) f NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
(«8») \ GREAT CESAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 
• EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 

CLASS 61. 

Judged at 4.45 p.m. Saturday. 

Harness Tandem, the wheeler to be over fifteen hands 
two inches. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(»4») r SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
I See Class 47. 

348) \ LONDESBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 

(31») f SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.3^, 7 yrs. 

I See Class 51. 
(34») \ JACK SPRATT, B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Class 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



174 



TANDEMS, ^Class 61— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(851) fKINGSFORD, Ch. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
J See Class 47. 
*•* . I CALIPH, Ch. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 

[ EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

(884) r WALLINGFORD, B. G., 15.2Î, 8 yrs. 

I See Class 48. 
(858) ^ WELLINGTON, B. G., 15.2Î, 8 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



404 



(8S1) f RARA AVIS, Br. G., 15.3^, 5 y". 
J See Class 53. 

] HIGHFLYER, Br. G., is.if, 8 yrs. 
I EXHIBITOR— Hamilton H. Salmon. 



(88©) r FLASH, B. G., 15.3e, 7 yrs. 
I Sec OIsiss SI. 
405 < TYRONE, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. Hilliard. 



Visitor's Notes, 



(858) r STARS, B. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

I See Class 53. 
(«2») ^ MASTERPIECE, Br. G., 15.3^ 8 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



{««8) [^ NEVER AGAIN, Br. G., 15.1^ 5 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
NONESUCH, Br. M., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer. 



(30S) 



(2Ï2) 



^SYNTAX, RoanG., 15.1. 
See Class 47. 
DUTCHESS, B. M., 15.2^. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Glendower Stock Farm. 



40« 
40f 



, B. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

, B. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



r 



TANDEMvS, Class Gl— Continued. 



Horse's Number 

(33T 



(So» 

(8115 

(ST8 

(33S 

(300 
(330 
(S50 
(31V 



r THE PROPER CAPER, Br. S., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 

j , See Class 51. 

^ COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

^ CANADIAN GIRL, B. M., i6.oi, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
McKENZA, B. G., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 

PRIDE, Ch. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 52. 

CAPRICE, Ch. M., 15.2, S yrs. 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16, 6 

yrs; , 

See Class 51. 
VVALSINGHAM, B. G., iS-si, 9 yrs. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

ALLADIN, B. G., iS-if. 

See Class 49. 
RUSH LIGHT, B. G,, 15.2^. 

See Class 51. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— F. C. Stevens. 



175 



Visitor's Notes. 



sr--- 



V; 



FOUR IN HANDS 




CLASS 62. 

Judged at 5 p.m. Monday. 



176 



FOUR-IN-HANDS. 



Teams not tinder fourteen hands, and under fifteen 
hands. This class must be shown before a coach, drag or 
body brake. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Horse's Number. 



408 



EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulmc. 



40» i 



EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



410 



EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Weatherbee. 



411 



EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



412 



EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



413 < 



EXHIBITOR— Wm. L. Elkins. 



Horse's N amber. 



FOUR-IN-HANDS, Class G2— Continued. 177 

Visitor's Notes. 



414 



EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



CLASS 63. 

Judged at 4.10 p.m. Wednesday. 

Teams not under fifteen hands. This class must be shown 
before a coach or body brake. 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $60. 



415 



4ie 



419 



418 



410 



I -... 



EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

f SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
LONDESBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C Stevens. 



EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



178 FOUR-IN-HANDS, Class G3— Continued. 

Horse's Number. 



Visitor's Kotes. 



420 



EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



481 



EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



433 



EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



43S 



EXHIBITOR— John Arthur. 



424 ^ 



EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



435 



EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



430 



EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



FOUR-IN-HANDS— Continued. 



179 



CLASS 64. 

Judged at 5 p.m. Tuesday. 

Park Teams, to be shown before drags ; owners or 
members of any Coaching Club to drive. Horses to count 
50 per cent.; drags and appointments 59 per cent. The 
horses should have quality, action and good manners, and 
not to be under fifteen hands. 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $60. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Horse's Number. 



4^7 



f SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 
SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 
MARLBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
LONDESBORO, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Gass 63. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



428 



EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



42» 



EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



4âO 



4B1 



4S3 



I 

[ EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



EXHIBITOR- C. F. Bates. 



, KXHIBITOR— W. L. Elkins. 



180 



Horse's Number. 



POUR-IN-HANDS, Class 04— Continued. 



Visitor's Notes. 



433 



EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



CLASS 6s. 

Judged at 3.40 p.m. Friday. 
For the best Road Team, four years old or over, 

FIRST PRIZE, $250. . 
SECOND PRIZE, $125. 
THIRD PRIZE, $60. 



434 



EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



435 



EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



43« 



EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 



439 



EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



438 



EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



FOUR-IN-HANDS— Continued. 



181 



CLASS 6sa. 

Judged at 4 p.m. Friday. 

A cup (value $50) added, for the best coach and appoint- 
ments, and the quickest change of teams made in the ring. 
These classes must be shown before a coach. The horses 
shonld have substance, pace, and good manners, and not be 
under fifteen hands. 

Horsw's Number. 



Visitor's Notes. 



43» 



EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 



440 



EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 




HARNESS 



CLASS 66. 

Judged at 5.10 p.m. Wednesday. 

Shetland Pony, not exceeding 46 inches, three years old 
or over. 

Horse's Nnmber. 

FIRST PRIZE, $8o. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

441 MONTE CARLO, 1036, Sk. S., 42^, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

442 SLY DANCE, 885, B. M., 39, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

m 

44» UNCLE SAM, 299, Blk. S., 40, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR- Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 



182 ^ PONIES IN HARNESS, Class 66- Continued. 



Horse's Number. I Visitor's Notes. 

444 MONTREAL, 981, Sk. S., 43^, 17 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. \ 

445 PUCK, Wh. S., 42, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Clarence W. Seamans. 

44« SPOT, Sk. G., 4if , aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Lemuel E. Wells. ; 

441 DANDY THISTLE, B. S., 39, 7 yrs. j 

EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. I 

448 TOMMY TITMOUSE, Ch. G., 38, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Clark. 

44» ' TORONTO, Piebald S., 44, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Alfred J. Cammeyer. 1 

450 . JESSIE, 1029, Sk. M., 42, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. j.^ Sampson. 



CLASS 67. 

Judged at 2 p.m. Thursday. 

Ponies, other than Shetlands, under twelve hands, three 
years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

451 IMP. PUNCH, Ch. S., 10, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L Watt, Jr. 

453 FORREST HATTIE, Rn. M., 11. i^ 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

45» FORREST EXIE, Ch. M., 11.2^, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

454 PILGRIM, Br. M., 11.2^, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 



Horse's Number. 

4S5 



PONIES IN HARNESS, Class 67-~Continued. 183 

I Visitor's Notes. 

CHARLEY BURGESS, Jr., B. S., 1 1.2, 5 yrs. \ 

EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 



4lô« WILD ROSE. Blk. M., 11.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—Mrs. Frank Dallett. 

4*^5» HIGH BOY, B. G., 11.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Martin Brown Saportas. 

^SH DON, Blk. G., 1 1.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Weatherbee. 

4loO PRINCE ORLOFF, Ch. S. 

EXHIBITOR-Geo. B. Wagstaff. 

(»»0) IMP. TOPSEY, Gr. M., 11.3, 8 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

(8»1) JENNY, Blk. M., 1 1.3, 9 yrs. 
.See Class 59 A. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

4eO DOT, Blk. G., ii.i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

4ei MAYOR, Blk. S., ii.i, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR- Wm. J. Sampson. 

408 WILD ROSE, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—Wm. J. Sampson. 

4eS BLOSSOM, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 68. 

Judged at 4.30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Ponies, twelve hands, and not exceeding thirteen hands, 
three years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 



PONIES IN HARNESS, Class* 68— Continued. 



184 

Horse's Number. 

4«4 VIOLET, Br. M., 12, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

4«5 SIR ARTHUR, Br. G., 12, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John C. Alexandre. 

4«« LORD LENOX, Bro. S., 12.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. Lanier. 

4«» IMP. MAR, Blk. S., 12.3, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

4«8 COCK SPARROW, Gr. G., 12.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR- T. L. Watt. 

4«0 QUICKSTEP, Ch. M., 12.2, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Foxhall Keene. 

4ÏO COUNTESS, Ch. M., 12.2, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. H. Alexandre. 

4Ï1 COCK ROBIN, Br. G., 13, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. H. Bressette, Jr. 

4Ï2 MONTIE, Ch. G., 12.3^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. D. Wîdener, Jr. 

413 LITTLE BILLEE, B. G., 12.3^, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Dr. Frederick S. Dennis. 



Visitor's Notes. 



414 COCK ROBIN, Ch. S., 12.1, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 

415 ADVANCE, B. G., 12.2. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

41« IMP. TITANIA, B. M., 12.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 



411 JUBILEE, B. G., 12.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



PONIES IN HARNESS— Continued. 

CLASS 69 

Judged at 2 p.m. Friday. 

Pair of Ponîes, other than Shetlands, not exceeding 
thirteen hands. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

Horse's Number. 

(4«») I" IMP. MAR, Blk. S., 12.3, 10 yrs. 

I See Class 68. 
(4«8) ; COCK SPARROW, Gr. G., 12.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 68. 

[ EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 



185 

Visitor's Notes. 



(458) 
(453) 



FORREST HATTIE, Rn. M., ii.ii, 3 yrs. 

See Class fyf. 
FORREST EXIE, Ch. M., 11.2^, 3 yrs. 

See Class fyf. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 



(3»0) [imp. TOPSEY, Gr. M., 11.3, 8 yrs. 

See Class SqA. 
(8»1) \ JENNY, Blk. M., 11.3, 8 yrs. 

See Class sgA. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 



4T8 

(4Ï5) ] 



ACTRESS, B. M., 12.3, 3 yrs. 
ADVANCE, B. G., 12.3, 3 yrs. 

See Class 68. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



(462) 
(4«3) 



WILD ROSE, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class (fj. 
BLOSSOM, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class 67. 

EXHIBITOR— W. J. Sampson. 



186 PONIES IN HARNESS— Continued. 

Visitor's Notes. 

CLASS 70, 

Judged at 2.15 p.m. Saturday. 
Pony, above thirteen hands, and not exceeding fourteen 1 

I 



hands one inch, three years old or over. 



FIRST PRIZE, $8o. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

Horse's Number. 

4»» COUNT, Br. G., 13.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. I. Pupin. 

480 PRINCESS ROSE, 582, Br. M., 13.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. I. Pupin. 

(»e) IMP. ROCKET III., Blk. S., 14.1, 10 yrs. 
See Class 28. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

481 THE PROFESSOR, Br. G., 14.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

48» PATRICIAN, Ch. S., 14. i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Curt von Witzleben. 

(884) ECCLES WONDER, Blk. M., 14, 10 yrs. 
See Class SpA. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

488 DANDY, Gr. G., 13.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Richard Mansfield. 

484 BEAUTY, Ch. G., 14, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. H. Bressette. 

485 GIMCRACK, Ch. G., 13.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Florence Kemble. 

(888) WASP, Br. G., 14, S yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Martha Cameron. 

(88») HORNET, Br. G., 14, 4 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Martha Cameron. 



r 



Horse's Number. 

(SOS) 



PONIES IN HARNESS, Class 70— Continued. 187 

I .Visitor's Notes. 

COTTAGE PRINCE, B. G., i4.of , 6 yrs. 

See Class 59A. 1 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Edith Colford. 



(8»a) COTTAGER, B. G., 14.1, 7 yrs. 
See Gass 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Edith Colford. 

4Se ALLTOGETHER, G. G., 14, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

48» WHITE ROSE, G. M., 14. 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

488 FLIRT, Br. M., 14. i, S yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

480 ECLIPSE, Br. S., 13.2, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

(»»») WILD ROSE, B. M., 14.1, 6yrs. 
See Class sgA. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

401 SPRITE, Ch. M., 13.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 

(8118) CAT, B. G., 14.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 

40S RAT, B. G., 14. 1, 6 yrs. 

EXPIIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



CLASS 71. 

Judged at 2.20 p.m. Wednesday. 

Pair of Ponies, above thirteen hands, and not exceeding 
fourteen hands one inch. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 



188 



PONIES IN HARNESS, Class 71— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(419) 



PRINCESS ROSA, Br. M., 13.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 70. 
(480) i COUNT, Br. G., 13.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 70. 
EXHIBITOR— M. I. Pupin. 



(493) 
(494) 



POST BOY, Ch. G., 13.3, 4 yrs. 
LADDIE, B. G., 13.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Curt von Witzleben. 



(888) r WASP, Br. G., 14, 5 yrs. 
[ See Class 59A. 

(889) I HORNET, Br. G., 14, 4 yrs. 
See Class SpA. 
EXHIBITOR—Miss Martha Cameron. 



(89S) 
(393) 



f COTTAGE PRINCE, B. G., 14.0Î, 7 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
COTTAGER, B. G., 14. i, 7 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR—Miss Edith Colford. 



(486) 
(481) 



ALLTOGETHER, G. G., 14, 8 yrs. 

See Class 70. 
WHITE ROSE, G. M., 14, 8 yrs. 

See Class 70. 

EXHIBITOR—C. F. Bates. 



(49:3) 

(398) 



RAT, B. G., 14. 1, 6 yrs. 

See Class 70. 
CAT, B. G., 14.1,6 yrs. 

See Class sqA. 

EXHIBITOR-Geo. S. Gagnon. 



SADDLE HORSES. 189 

Visitor's Notes. 




SADDLE iiML HORSES 



•RSES^ 



CLASS 72. 

Judged at 8 p.m. Tuesday. 

Horses, fifteen hands two inches or over, three years old 
or over, up to carrying 200 pounds. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
.THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

Horse's Number. 

4»5 SHAMROCK, Ch., lô.oj, 7 yrs., $2,500. 

EXHIBITOR— Andrew W. Smith. 

40e FALCON, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Dr. T. GalHard Thomas. 

4flï ROBIN, B. G., 16, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Stewart Tod. 

4»8 CHLOE, B. M., 15.31, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Robert Maclay. 

4»» ROSALIND, Ch. M., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. S. S. Blood. 

S€>0 PRIMROSE, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. S. S. Blood. 

ô€>l BISMARCK, Ch. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. T. H.Talmage. 

(«45) LUKE P., B. G., 15.3^, 6*yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 

Ô08 DUBLIN, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



190 SADDLE HORSJES, Class 72— Continued. 



Horse's Number. j Visitor's Notes. 

508 IMP. KATHLEEN, Br. M., i6, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Qyde. 

(284) WALLINGFORD, B. G., 15.25, 8 yrs. 
See Qass 48. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

604 KISMET, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

505 GREYFRIAR, G. G., 15.3, syrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

5IMI LOTTIE, B. M., 15.3^, 5 yrs! 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Chas. T. Proctor. . 

60» BUGLER, B. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie. 

508 IRISH KING, B. G., 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 

50e FEARLESS, Buck. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edgar Boice. 

^tO LADDAS, Ch. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. H. Jamison. 

511 CARNATION, Ch. M., 15.2^ 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wctherbee. 

512 DIANA, Ch. M., 16.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbee. 

5 1 B HIGH BOY, Ch. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— A. J. Cassatt. 

514 CARDINAL, Ch. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. L. Railey. 

515 YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 16. i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 72— Continued. 



191 



Horse's Number. 

»ie PERFORMER, Rn. G., i6, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widener. 

(:I42) CADET, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

CLASS 73. 

Judged at 2.30 p.m. Thursday. 

Horses, fifteen hands two int^hes or over, three years old 
or over, up to carrying 160 pounds. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

(»88) STORM KING, Ch. G., 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John Robinson. 

ÔIÏ CHIEF, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— James Turner. 



Visitor's Notes. 



^18 THE FOP, Ch. G., 1 5.2^, 6 yrs., $750. 

EXHIBITOR— A. F. Goldmann. 

SI» DUCHESS, B. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. I. Pupin. 

«SO LADY D., B. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. A. Scrymser. 

531 ROYAL CHANCE, B. G., 1 5.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. Stanton Elliott. 

523 ARTIST, B. G., 15.34, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

533 DASH, B. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick W. Kroehle. 



534 ORIFLAMME, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. T. H. Talmage. 



192 SADDLE HORSES, Class 73— Continued. 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(84») VETO, G. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 

Sec Class 47. I 

EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 

5»5 EXCLUSIVE, Br. G., 15.2Î, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 

ftSO DICK, Ch. G., 16, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Morton Grinnell. 

621 ALBULA, Ch. M., 15.2!, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss G. B. Whitcomb. 

(408) CALIPH, Ch. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Class 61. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 

628 FRA DIAVOLO, B. G., 15.3. 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Robert S. O'Loughlin. 

6»» JUDGE, Ch. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. H. Barnes. 

6BO DUTCHESS, Br. M., 15.2^, 6 yrs., $750. 

EXHIBITOR— Byron F. Hewitt. 

681 LORD WILLOUGHBY, B. G., 16 yrs., $1,000. 

EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

688 CALEDON, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. ; 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie. I 

(888) SUNLIGHT, Br. G., 15.2!, 6 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITORS— Strauss & Hexter. 1 



I 



688 RED OAK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand.^ 

684 BELL RINGER, G. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 



vSADDLE HORSES, Class 78— Continued. 



1*6 



Horse's Number. 

SS5 



ass 



UNITA,Ch. M., i5.3,4yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widcncr. 

, G. G., i6, 7 yrs. 



EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

DESMOND» Rr. G.. i6.i|, 5 yrs., $1,000. 
EXHIBITOR— B. J. Coghlin. 

ASCETIC, B. G., 15.2. 6 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

POINT LACE, B. M., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Philip B. del Bosco. 



Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 74. 

Judged 8.20 p.m. Monday. 

Horses, fifteen hands and under fifteen hands two 
inches, three years old or over, up to carrying 160 pounds. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

»40 ANNISE, Br. M., 15.1, 5 yrs., $1,500. 

EXHIBITOR— James Austin Schawel. 

(SOI) ANNA HELD, B. M., 15.1^, 7 yrs., $3,500. 
See Class 49. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. Austin Schawel. 

S41 LADYBIRD, Ch. M., 15.1I. 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. James G. Marshall 

»48 BAYMORE, B. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. L. F. Howe. 

ft4S ROLAND, Blk. G.. 15.0Î, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry T. Peters. 

544 . PATSY McCORD, Ch. M., 15.1*, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. T. H. Talmagc. 



194 

Horse's Number. 

54A 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 74— Continued. 



/ 
RAMBLER, Blk. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 
EXHIBITORS— M. H. Tichenor & Co. 



Visitor's NotM. 



546 DAREKUM, Ch. G., 15.1^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— D. A. Esselborn. 

54Ï SUFFLE, B. M., 15.1$, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Edith M. Gibb. 

^4:H ADA ESTELLA, Blk. M., 15, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Clarence E. Seagrist. 

549 MY LADY, Ch. M., 15.1^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Alex. M. Powell. 

560 TENDRESSE, Ch. M., 15^, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Jesse H. Metcalf. 



551 GOLDEN ROD, Ch. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 



552 CLEOPATRA, G. M., 15.1^, 6 yrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITOR— Jack Spratley. 

55» BONNY BOY. B. G.. 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Lucien Oudin. 

(1^5) JESSIE, Ch. M., 15, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Oilman S. Moulton. 

554 LADY WILFUL, Ch. M., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. W. E. Kotman. 

555 BLUE GOWN, G. M., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. E. Kotman. 

556 MILADY, B. M., 15.1^, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J.' De Forest Danielson. 



551 WARWICK, Rn. G.. iS-oJ, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. De Forest DanicUon. 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 74— Continued. 195 



Horse's Number. Visitor s Notes. 

»«» CHESTER, Ch. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss C. Adelaide Doremus. 

»5» ARISTOCRAT, Ch. G., 15.1^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. A. McGibbon. 

»«> BELLES BEAUTIFUL, B. M., 15.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Thomas Janny. 

«ei PATIENCE, Ch. M., 15.1^ 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

Ae» ALMA, Br. M., 15.1Î, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

*«» ROBIN HOOD, G. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— MÎSS Marion Holloway. 

»«4 EMPEROR, B. G., 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— James Moses. 



CLASS 75. 

Judged at 4.45 p.m. Wednesday. 

Horses, over fourteen hands three inches and under 
fifteen hands two inches, up to carrying 200 pounds. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

«eft MORNINGTON CANNON, Ch. G., 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John Robinson. 

A«e FOOTLIGHT, B. M., 15.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— H. B. Stokes. 

«eV TOP, Br. G., 15.0Î, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— M. I. Pupin. 

«es YELLOWSTONE, Ch. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

BXHIBITOR— Miss C. Adelaide Doremus. 



19G 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 75— Continned. 



Horse's Number. 

5«e 



W. D., Br. G., I5.ii, 6 yrs. For Sale. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. T. Proctor. 

ftVO SPARK, Ch. G., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbcc. 

^11 COUNTESS, Ch. M., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. A. McGibbon. 

^12 LIBERTY, Ch. M., 15.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. A. McGibbon. 



Visitor's Notes. 



ftVS PEGGY, B. M., 15, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— G. Mason Janncy. 

^14 MA HONEY, B. M., 15.1I, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

516 FAREWELL, B. G., 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

6»e WEDDING BELL, Rn. M., 15, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. F. Bates. 

CLASS 76. 

Judged at 4 p.m. Tuesday. 

Horses over fourteen hands one inch and under fifteen 
hands, up to carrying 160 pounds. 



FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE $25. 

(188) AMAZEMENT, Rn. G., 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. John Robinson. 

(186) MAYFLOWER, Br. M., 7 yrs. 
Sec Class 33. 
EXHIBITOR— John Robinson. 

51 Ï TWILIGHT, Blk. M., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Elbridge T. Gerry. 



r 



SADDLE HORSES, Class ^(i— Continued. 



19T 



Horse'R Number. 

ftl8 MOABUND, Br. G., I4.3i 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— E. T. H. Talmage. 



Visitor's Notes. 



^»» SIR CHRISTOPHER, B. G., i4.if, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— R. Waldo. 

(IHl) ACONITE, Ch. M., 14.2, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— S. O. Van der Poel. 

(18S) ELEGANCE IL, Br. M., 14.2, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



SS€I LITTLE BILLEE. Br. G., 14.35, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. W. Sherman. 

i^Hl CARMANDALE, G. G., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis Lee Morrcll. 

ASS DEVONA, B. M., 14.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss M. A. Tallman. 

(IIIO) LADY KILLARNEY, Ch. M., 14.3Î, 5 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— J. J. Astor. 

(5«1) GOLDEN ROD, Ch. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Class 74 
EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 

SS8 MERRIMAC, Br. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs., $500. 

EXHIBITOR— C. Ledyard Blair. 

dS4 JEWEL, Ch. G., 14.3$, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. W. Cook. 

SSft DANDY, B. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— The J. Dickman Brown Horse Co. 



(«85) LADY HILDA, Ch. M., 14. ij, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 46. 
EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. WrthcrUe. 



lus 



Horse's Number. 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 76— Continued. 



5S» FAVORITE. B. M., 15.3. 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Walter D. Grand. 

588 CORNET, Ch. G., 14.3» 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. Sala. 

589 FANNY FERN, Ch. M., 14.3!, 7 yrs., $400. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. W. E. Kotmah. 



Visitor's Notes. 



ftOO LORD HARRY, Br. G., 14.3. 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— R. J. Stephenson. 

Sei MRS. BOB, Br. M., 14.3, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— S. S. Kellar. 



5eS TONY, B. G., 14.3. 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. A. McGibbon. 

59» CASTONET, Blk. M., 14.3^, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. L. Railey. 

5»4 ROLAND REED, B. G., 14.3Î, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Marian HoUoway. 

595 ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

596 GEM, Ch. G., 15, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



CLASS 77- 

Judged at 4.15 p.m. Friday. 

Ladies' Saddle Horse, not under fourteen hands three 
inches, three years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



&91 HABY ANNE, Ch. M., 15.1, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Helen Dawson Gallatin. 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 77— Continued. 



19» 



Home's Number. 
(Ml) 



LADY BIRD, Ch, M„ 15.1^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 74. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. James G. Marshall. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(ftSO) LADY D., B. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Gass 73- 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. A. Scrymscr. 

(«S») POINT LACE, B. M., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR-Philip B. del Bosco. 



(«98) MONTE CRISTO, Ch. G., 15.1, 8 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Pulsîfcr. 

(««8) ARTIST, B. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 73. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(544) PATSY McCORD, Ch. M., 15.1}, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 74. 
EXHIBITOR— E. T. H. Talmage. 

(684) ORIFLAMME, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— E. T. H. Talmage. 

a»fl RESOLUTION, Ch. G., 15, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss J. Bulkley. 



e4M» PAMPERO, Ch. G , 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Howard Brown. 

(408) CALIPH, Ch. G., 15.2, 8 yrs. 
See Gass 61. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



•01 BRIDESMAID, Br. M., 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. William H. Thompson. 

(ft50) TENDRESSE, Ch. M., 15.1^, 8 yrs. 
See Gass 74- 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Jme H. Mftcalf. 



•iOÔ SADDLE HORSES, Class 77—Continued. 



Horse's Number. I Visitor's Notes 

e02 TURK, Br. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. , 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Richard Arnold. ; 

(651) GOLDEN ROD, Ch. G., 15, 6 yrs. | 

See Class 74. ' 

EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. ! 

58» MERRIMAC, Br. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. ' 

See Class 76. 1 

EXHIBITOR— C. Ledyard Blair. ' 

(53») CALEDON, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie. 

(812) LADY OF THE SNOWS, Blk. M., 15.13, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 50. 1 

EXHIBITORS— C. R. Maclean and Jas. D. Maclean. , 

I 

(554) LADYWILFUL,Ch.M.. 15.1^,5 yrs. 

See Class 74. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. W. E. Kotman. 

(555) BLUE GOWN, G. M., 15.1^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 74. 

EXHIBITOR— W. E. Kotman. 

(556) MILADY, B. M., 15.1^, aged. 

See Class 74. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. De Forest Daniclson. 

(551) WARWICK, Rn. G., 15.0^, aged. 
See Class 74. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. De Forest Danielson. 

(558) CHESTER, Ch. G., 15.1, 6 yrs. 
See Qass 74. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss C Adelaide Doremu». 

e04 FAYETTE McCORD, Ch. M., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jacques Ballin. 

(5«0) BELLES BEAUTIFUL, B. M., 15.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 74. 
KXHIBITOR— Mrs. Thomas Jammy. 



I 



SADDDEÎtiOkSËS. Class t:— Contîntiecl. 



m 



Htf^rae's Number. 

(515) YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 15.1, 5 yrs. 
Sec Gass 72. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lcc Tailcr. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(ft«l) PATIENCE, Ch. M., 15.1}, 5 yrs. 
See Class 74. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 



(5ttS) ALMA, Br. M., 15.1}, 6 yrs. 
See Class 74- 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

(A«8) ROBIN HOOD, G. G., 15.1, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 74- 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Marian HoUoway. 



(5Se) — > G. G., 16, 7 yrs. 

See Gass 73. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widcner. 



(5»1) DESMOND, Br. G., 16. i^, 5 yrs. 
Sec Gass 73. 
EXHIBITOR--B. J. Coiighlin. 

(50e) GEM, Ch. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Gass 76. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

(5^4) EMPEROR, B. G., 5 yrs. 
Sec Gass 74. 
EXHIBITOR— James Moses. 



CLASS 78. 

Judged at 8.45 p.m. Wednesday. 

High School Horse. 

Conformation, beauty and style to count 40 per cent. ; 
performance in High School 60 per cent. The Judges will 
be instructed to order from the ring all horses not up to the 
standard of excellency. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



202 



SADDLE HORSES, Class 78— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

Sim PRINCE, B. G., I5.2i, 8 yrs. For Sale. 

EXHIBITOR— E. A. HoflFman. 



Visitor's Notes^ 



eOl BONAPARTE, Blk. G., 15.3, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Clarence W. Seamans. 

e08 PRINCESS, B. M., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Qarence W. Seamans. 



«O» PRINCE, B. S., 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C. Tilenius. 

(514) CARDINAL, Ch. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITOR— C. L. Railey. 

CHAMPION PRIZES 

(For Saddle Horses. ) 
f 




CLASS 79. 

Judged at 4.15 p.m. Saturday. 

Open only to Horses not exceeding fifteen hands two 
inches, having taken a first prize in the Saddle Horse Classes 
at this or any of the Association's previous shows. The 
former will be post entries. 

PRIZE, $200. 

Reserve Ribbon for second. 

POST ENTRIES. 



Winner in Class 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class- 



CHAMPION PRIZES FOR SADDLE HORSES, Class 79— Continued. 20« 

Horse'A Number. i Visitor's Notes. 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class 



Winner in Class- 



CLASS 80. 

Judged at 4,30 p.m. Saturday. 

Open only to Horses exceeding fifteen hands two inches, 
having taken a first prize in the Saddle Horse Classes at this 
or any of the Association's previous shows. The former will 
be post entries. 

PRIZE, $200. 
Reserve Ribbon for Second. 



(581) FAVORITE, B. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Walter D. Grand. 

POST ENTRIES. 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class- 



Winner in Class* 



•204 



PONIES UNDER SADDLE. 



¥♦ I '^ ' -0. 



f PONIES UNDER SADDLE 




CLASS 8i. 

Judged at 4.15 p.m. Monday. 

Ponies, other than Shetlands, under twelve hands, three 
years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $8o. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 
(451 J IMP. PUNCH, Ch. S., lo, 6 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(45») FORREST HATTIE, Rn. M., 11. i^ 3 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 



1 



Visitor's Notes 



(453) FORREST EXIE, Ch. M., 11.2^, 3 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

ei 1 xMAYFLOWER, Br. M., 11.3, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

«1» BROWNIE, B. G., 11.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Alfred Edwin Blate. 

(455) CHARLEY BURGESS, Jr., B. S., 11.2, 5 yrs. 
Sec Class 67. 

EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. (W. F. 
Fotterall.) 



eiB 



POMPEY, Br. G., lo.i, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—Miss Virginia Alexandre. 



(451) HIGH BOY, B. G., 11.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Martin Brown SaporUs. 



I 



PONtES UNDER SADDLE, Class SI— Continued. «06 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(450) PRINCE ORLOFF, Ch. S. 
See Class ty. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. WagitaflF. 

(8»0) IMP. TOPSEY, G. M., 11.3, 8 yrs. 
Sec Class S9A. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

(»»!) JENNY, Blk. M., 11.3, 9 yrs. 
See Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR— Batonyi Driving School Agents. 

(4«0) DOT, Blk. G., I I.I, 5 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

•** SKYLARK, B. G., 11. i, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 

(4««) WILDROSE, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 82. 

Judged at 2 p.m. Wednesday. 

Ponies, twelve hands and not exceeding thirteen hands 
one inch, three years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

(465) SIR ARTHUR, Br. G., 12, 10 yr» 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— John E. Alexandre. 

(468) COCK SPARROW, G. G., i2.oi, 6 yrs. 

See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

(469) QUICKSTEP, Ch. M., 12.2, 10 yrs. 

See Class 68. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Foxhall Kccnc. 



20<) PONIES UNDER SADDLE, Class 82— Continued. 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(4»0) COUNTESS, Ch. M., 12.2, 10 yrs. 

See Class 68. ! 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. J. H. Alexandre. 

I ^ 

(411) COCK ROBIN, Br. G., 13, 8 yrs. [ 

See Class 68. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. H. Bressette. j 

(413) LITTLE BILLEE, B. G., 12.3^ 3 yrs. [ 

See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— Dr. Frederick S. Dennis. 

eie IMP. CUPID, Rn. G., 12.2, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Marie Jesup Patterson. j 

I 
«1» MARITJE, Br. M., 12.2, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 

(411) JUBILEE, B. G., 12.2, 6 yrs. | 

See Class 68. 1 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. ! 



CLASS 83. 

Judged at 8 p.m. Thursday. 

Ponies, exceeding- thirteen hands one inch and not ' 
exceeding fourteen hands one inch, three years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

HIH HARTHAM, B. M., 14.05, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Gladys Mills. 

61» DICKEY BIRD, G. M., 13.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Lewin Hartley Thomas. 

«»0 MARGIE, Ch. M., 14.0J, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(5I«4) ECCLES WONDER. Blk. M., 14, 10 yrs. 
Sec Class 59A. 
EXHIBITOR-E. D. Jordan. 






PONIES UNDER SADDLE, Class 83— Coûtmued... 



20Î 



Horse's Kimber. 

(488) DANDY, G. G., 13.2, 6 yrs. 
See Qass 70. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Richard Mansfield. 



Visitor'a Notes. 



est GLEN WOOD, Blk. G., 14. i, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John E. Cowdin. 

ess SAVAGE, B. G., 14.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailcr. 



ess 



es4 



PEANUTS, B. G., 14.0}, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm.— For Sale. 



MIDGET, B, G., 14, 4 yrs. For Sale. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 



(4*4) BEAUTY, Ch, G., 14, 7 yrs. 
See Qass 70. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. H. Bressctte. 

•Sft THE MARCHIONESS, B. M., 14. i, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. A. P. Ramsdell. 



ese MOONLIGHT, G. M., 14.1, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick H. Allen. 

6ST BEAU. B. S., 14, 5 yrs- 

EXHIBITOR— Spencer Borden. 

ess DICK, Blk. G., i4.oi, 3 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Katherine Van Wyck Haddock. 

(588) WASP, Br. G., 14, 5 yrs. 

See Gass 59A. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Martha Cameron. 

(589) HORNET, Br. G., 14, 4 yrs. 

See Class sgA. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Martha Cameron. 

(SSS) COTTAGER, B. G., 14.1, 7 yrs. 
Sec Class 59A- 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Edith Colford. 



20i PONIES UNDER SADDLE, Class 83— Continued. 

Horse's Number 

629 PRINCESS, Br. M., 14, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widcncr. 

6SO IDIAVOLESSA, Blk. M., 14.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jas. T. Hyde. 

(4«9) FLIRT, Br. M., 14.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class 70. 
EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 

(401) SPRITE, Ch. M., 13.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class 70. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 

(402) RAT, B. G., 14.1, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 70. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



visitor's Note». 



CLASS 84. 

Judged at 2 p.m. Saturday. 

Shetland Ponies, not exceeding forty-six inches, three 
years old or over. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

(441) MONTE CARLO, 1036, Sk. S., 42*, 9 yrs. 

See Class 66. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt 

(442) 2885, SLY DANCE, B. M., 39, 3 yrs. 

See Class 66. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt. 

(444) MONTREAL, Sk. S., 43^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt. 

(446) SPOT, Sk. G., 41!, aged. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Lemuel E. Weill. 



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PONIES UNDER SADDLE, Class 84— Continued. 



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Horse'6 Nutober. 

(441) DANDY THISTLE, B. S., 39, 7 yrs. 
See Class 66, 
EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 

(448) TOMMY TITMOUSE, Ch. G., 38, 5 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— W. H. Clark. 

(44») TORONTO, Pieb. Stal., 44, 6 yrs. 
See Qass 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Alfred J. Cammeyer. 

(450) JESSIE, Sk, M., 42, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Win. J. Sampson. 



Visitor's Notes. 



CLASS 85. 

Judged at 5.16 p.m. Thursday. ' 

Polo Ponies, not over fourteen hands one inch, up to 
carrying 150 pounds, must have been used for polo with 
some recognized Polo Club. To be judged for their man- 
ners, handiriess and conformation. Ponies entered in this 
class cannot be entered in Class 86. 



FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

eSl WITCH, B. M., 14. 1, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— C Albert Stevens. 

ess GINGER, Dun G., 14, aged, $300. 

EXHIBITOR— John E. Cowdin. 

633 TIGER, Dun G., 14.1, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. Lawrence Myers. 



TOBASCO, Br. G., 14.1, aged, $300. 
EXHIBITOR— Robt. G. Shaw, 2nd. 



•Sl( DANDY. 

EXHIBITOR— Richard T. Francke. 



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tONIËS UNDER SADDLE— Continued. 



CLASS 86. 

Judged at 12.45 p.m. Saturday. 

PoIq Ponies, not over fourteen hands one inch, up to 
carrying 200 pounds, must have been used for polo with 
some recognized Polo Club. To be judged for their man- 
ners, handiness and conformation. Ponies entered in this 
elafi^ cannot be entered in Class 85^ 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

Horse's Number. 

(681) GLENWOOD, Blk. G., 14.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 83. 
EXHIBITOR— John E. Cowdin. 

•S« JAY GOULD, Ch. G., 14. i, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— John E. Cowdin. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(«26) MOONLIGILT, G. M., 14.1, aged. 
See Class 83. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick H. Allen. 

(68») BEAU, B. S., 14, 5 yrs. 
See Class 83. 
EXHIBITOR— Spencer Borden. 




PONY STALLIONS ^ 
onj BROOD MARES /} 

To be shown in hand, not ridden or driven. 

CLASS 87. 

Judged at 12.10 p.m. Saturday. 

Stallions, three years old or over, not exceeding twelve 
hands one inch. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 



Pony Stallions and Brood Mares, Class 87 — Continued 211 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

e»» KELPIE, 1348, Sk. S., 45, 7 yrs. 

SIRE— Montreal, 981. j 

BREEDER— P. Lorillard. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(451) IMP. PUNCH, Ch. S., 40; 6 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(4ee) LORD LENOX, Br. S., 12.0Î, 4 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. Lanier. 

(461) IMP. MAR, Blk. S., 12.0}, 10 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

(455) CHARLEY BURGESS, Jr., B. S., 11.2, 5 yrs. 
See Class drj. 
EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 

«»8 CADDIE, Br. S., 12, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Walter J. Ronald. 

(414) COCK ROBIN, Ch. S., 12.1, 8 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. M. V. Hoffman. 

(4«1) MAYOR, B. S., 11. i, 9 yrs. 
See Class ^7. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 

CLASS 88. 

Judged at 11 a.m. Friday. 

Stallions, three years old or over, exceeding twelve hands 
one inch and not exceding fourteen hands one inch. 

FIRST PRIZE, $100. 
SECOND PRIZE, $50. 
THIRD PRIZE, $25. 

(»«) IMP. ROCKET III., s, Blk. S., 14. i, 10 yrs. 
See Class 28. 
EXHIBITOR-T. L. Watt. 



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Pony Stallions and Brood Mares, Class 8S — Continued, 



Horse's Number. 

(488) PATRICIAN, Ch. S., 14. i, 5 yrs. 
See Class 70. 
EXHIBITOR— Curt von Witzleben. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(68») BEAU, B. S., 14, 5 yrs. 
See Class 83. 
EXHIBITOR— Spencer Borden. 



(489) IMP. ECLIPSE, Br. S., 13.2, 10 yrs. 
See Class 70. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 

680 KASIM, Gr. G., 14, 8 yrs. 

SIRE— Abdul Hamid II. 
DAM— Kate Hepburn. 
BREEDER— Randolph Huntington. 
EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 



CLASS 89. 

Judged at 11.30 a.m. Wednesday. 

Brood Mares (other than Shetlands), not exceeding 
thirteen hands, in foal, or with foal at foot. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

(454) PILGRIM, Br. M., ii.2i, 9 yrs. 
See Qass 67, 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

640 MAYFLOWER, Br. M., 11.3, 10 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

(611) MARITJE (and foal), Br. M., 12.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class &2. 
EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 

(416) IMP. TITANIA (and foal), B. M., 12.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— Theo. Cuyler Patterson. 



Pony Stallions and Brood Mares, Class 8$ — Continued 213 



Horse*s Number. Visitor's Notes. 

e41 BON MOT (and foal), Br. M., 12.3. 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Thco. Cuylcr Patterson. 

(4«») WILD ROSE, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 67. 
EXHIBITOR— W. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 90. 

Judged at 11.20 a.ni. Tuesday. 

Shetland Stallions, not exceeding forty-six inches. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 

(441) MONTE CARLO, 1036, Sk., 424, 9 yrs. 
See Qass 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(««») KELPIE, 1348, Sk. 45, 7 yrs. 
See Qass 87. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(44S) UNCLE SAM, Blk., 40, 7 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(444) MONTREAL, Sk., 43*, 17 yrs. 

See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— T L. Watt 

(445) PUCK, Wh., 42, aged. 

Sec Gass 66. 

EXHIBITOR— Clarence W. Seamans. 

(441) DANDY THISTLE, B. S., 39, 7 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 

(449) TORONTO, Piebald, 44, 6 yrs. 
See Class 86. 
EXHIBITOR— Alfred J. Cammeyer. 



2U Pony Stallions and Brood Mares, Class 90 — Continued. 

Horse*s Number. Visitor's Notes, 

«42 DIXIE. 2513, Liver and Wh., 38, 5 yrs., $250. 

EXHIBITOR— Win. Simpson. 

«4B FRANK, 2514, B., 38, 4 yrs., $200. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Simpson. 

«44 BOBBY BURNS, B. S., 37I 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 91, 

Judged at 11 a.m. Tuesday. 

Shetland Brood Mares, not exceeding forty-six inches, in 
foal or with foal at foot. 

FIRST PRIZE, $80. 
SECOND PRIZE, $40. 
THIRD PRIZE, $20. 



«45 NANNIE, Sk., 40, 3 yrs. 

SIRE— Montreal, 981. 
DAM— Gay Lady. 
BREEDER— Geo. Green. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

(44») SLY DANCE, B. M., 39, 3 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt, Jr. 

«4« 992, GLADYS, B., 40, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

«4» 989, PRIMROSE, B., 40, 12 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt 



«48 1347 (Patterson's), JEWEL, Sk., 42, 7 yrs. 

SIRE— Montreal, 981. 
DAM — Princess. 
BREEDER— P. Lorillard. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 



«49 560, CHESS, Blk., 39, 7 yrs., $2(X). 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Simpson. 



Pony Stallions and Brood 'Mares, Class 91— Continued. 215 

Horse's Number. Visitor'» Notes. 

ei^O 2505, BLACK BESS, Blk., 384, 11 yrs., $200. 

EXHIBITOR— Wtn. Simpson. 

(450) JESSIE, Sk., 42, 5 yrs. 
See Class 66. 
EXHIBITOR— W. J. Sampson. 



eftl PANDORA, Blk. M., 39, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 92. 

Judged at 4 p.m. Thursday. 

Herd of registered Shetland Ponies, consisting of one 
stallion and four mares in foal, or with foal at foot, all to be 
owned by the exhibitor. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 



•AS 



MONTE CARLO, Sk. S., 42, 9 yrs. 

See Class 66. 
SUNDAY IL, B. M., 40, 2 yrs. 

See Class 91. 
BUTTERFLIES, Blk. M., 38, 2 yrs. 
NANINE, Sk. M., 39, 3 yrs. 

See Gass 91. 
SLY DANCE, B. M., 40, 3 yrs. 

See Class 66. 

EXHIBITOR— Master Thos. L. Watt 



e5S 



MONTREAL, Sk. Stal., 434, 17 yrs. 

See Class 66. 
GLADYS, B. M., 40, 9 yrs. 

See Class 91. 
PRIMROSE, B. M., 40, 9 yrs. 

See Qass 91. 
(Patterson's) JEWELL, Sk. M., 42, 7 yrs. 

See Class 91. 
BESSIE, Sk. M., 40, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt 



416 



Pony Stallions and Brood Mares, Class 9^-^Con tinned. 



Horse*s Number. 

' DIXIE, Liver and Wh. S., 38, 5 yrs. 
See Class 90. 
DOLLY, Br. M., 38^, 4 yrs. 
TOPSEY, Br. M., 39, 8 yrs. 

e54 \ CHESS, Blk. M., 39, 7 yrs. 

See Class 91. 
BLACK BESS, Blk. M., 38^, 11 yrs. 
See Class 91. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Simpson. 

^ BOBBY BURNS, B. S., 37^, 9 yrs. 
See Class 90. 
JESSIE, Sk. M., 42, 5 yrs. 
See Class dl^, 
655 { PANDORA, Blk. M., 37, 7 yrs. 

See Gass 91. 
RUBY, Br. M., 38, 9 yrs. 
GEM, Br. M., 38, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. J. Sampson. 



Visitor's Note 



HUNTER 

JVMPÏM6 CtASStS 




Horses which have been shown at any place of exhibition 
for a fixed consideration or guarantee shall not be eligible 
for entry at this show as Qualified or Green Hunters. They 
may, however, be entered where performances over fences 
only count. 

N. B. — No Horse having taken a first prize in the Hunter 
or Jumping Classes at any of the Association's previous 
shows can be entered in the Hunter Classes, but they may 
compete in the Corinthian, Jumping and Champion Classes." 

In all the Hunter and Jumping Classes where the num- 
ber of entries may make it desirable the Association reserves 
to itself the right to order preliminary trials at an hour of 
which ample notice will be given in the programme. 

All Horses, to win prizes in the classes for Qualified or 
Green Hunters, must be pronounced practically sound by 
the Veterinaries of the Association and must carry a mini- 
mum weight of 140 pounds. 



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HUNTER AND JUMPING CLASSES— Continued. 21^ 

Visitor's Notes. 

QUALIFIED HUNTERS. 

Must have been kept for hunting purposes and have 
been regularly hunted with a recognized pack of hounds 
more than one year, and within one year of date of entry. 

A certificate to this effect must be furnished. 



CLASS 93. 

Judged at 9.30 p.m. Saturday. 

Qualified Hunters (heavy weight), up to carrying over 
190 pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 60 per cent. ; per- 
formance over fences to count 60 per cent. Horses entered 
in this class cannot be entered in Class 94. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $ioa 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

Horse's Number. 

(508) IMP. KATHLEEN, Br. M., i6, 6 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thoi. Clyde. 

•^6 ALL GRIT, B. G., 17. i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thoi. Clyde. 

e^T TOM THUMB, Ch. G., 17, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 

658 XERXES, G. G., 16, 7 yrs., $1,000. 

EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

050 PENNBROOK, Ch. G., 16.1, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

000 PERFECTION, Blk. G., 17, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— W. D. Benner. 

èOl FLYING DUTCHMAN, Blk. G., 16.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— P. F. Collier. 

OOS THE MOOR, Br. G., 16.2^, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Hollowar. 



218 HUNTER AND JUMPING CLASSES— Continued. 



Visitor's Notes. 

CLASS 94. 

Judged at 5.30 p.m. Wednesday. 

Qualified Hunters ^middle weight), tip to carrying 
between 165 to 190 pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent.; per- 
formance over fences to count 50 per cent. Horses entered 
in this class cannot be entered in Classes 93 or 95. 



FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $5«. 

Horse's Number. 

66S NO. ELEVEN, B. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

664 HUNTRESS, BIk. M., 16.1, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 

eeS DIANA, B. M., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Chas. Pfizer. 



eee the drone, B. G., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 



eeV ROSA, B. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendric. 



(616) YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 

eeS SPORT, B. G., 16.1. 

EXHIBITOR— H. L. Herbert 

eeo COUNT, Blk. G., i6. 

EXHIBITOR— H. L. Herbert. 

etO BARRY, B. G., 15.3. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



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HUNTER AND JUMPING CLASSES— Continued. "ilH 

Visitor's Notes. 

CLASS 95. 

Judged at 5.30 p.m. Saturdays. 

Qualified Hunters (light weight) up to carrying under 
165 pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent.; per- 
formance over fences to count 50 per cent. Horses entered 
in this class cannot be entered in Classes 93 or 94. 

FIRST PRI^E, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE $35. 



Horse's Number. 

61 1 TOMMY ATKINS, B. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Stevens Ulman. 

OÏ3 LADY KILDARE, B. M., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

Oï» VAN DYKE, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendric. 

01 4 RICHMOND, Rn. G., 16, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— C Randolph Snowdcn. 

eVft YUMA, B. M., 16. 1, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Victor Morawctz. 



CLASS 96. 

Judged at 5.25 p.m. Friday. 

Ladies' Qualified Hunters, must be up to carrying 165 
pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 25 per cent. ; per- 
formance over fences and manners to count 75 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(OÏ 1) TOMMY ATKINS, B. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 95. 
BXHIBITOR— J. Stevens Ulman. 



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HUNTER AND JUMPING CLASSES, Class d6— Continued. 



HoT8e*s Number. 

(Ol») LADY KILDARE, B. M., i6, 5 yrs. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(508) IMP. KATHLEEN, Br. M., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Gass 72, 
EXHIBITOR— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(05Ï) TOM THUMB, Ch. G., 17, 6 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Fçrm. 

(0«4) HUNTRESS, Blk. M., 16. i, aged. 
See Qass 94. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 

(665) DIANA, B. M., 15.3, aged. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. Pfizer. 

(OOl) ROSA, B. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendric. 

(018) VAN DYKE, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 95* 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendric. 

<ei4) RICHMOND, Rn. G., 16, aged. 
See Class 95- 
EXHIBITOR— C. Randolph Snowden. 

(016) YUMA, B. M., 16. i, 9 yrs. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— Victor Morawetz. 

(515) YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 16. i, 5 yrs. 
See Class 'ji. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 



(«««) SPORT, B. G., 16.1. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— H. L. Herbert. 



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HUNTER AND JUMPING CLASSES, Class 96— Continued. H^Zl 



Horse's Number, Visitor's Notes. 

(««9) COUNT, Blk. G., i6. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— H. L. Herbert. 

(«10) BARRY, B. G., 15.3. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



CLASS 97. 

Judged at 5.30 p.m. Saturday. 

Thoroughbred, Qualified or Green Hunters. 
Horses entered in this class must be registered in the 
Stud book for Thoroughbreds. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent. ; per- 
formance over fences to count 50 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(4) EMPRESS PEYTON. B. M., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 2. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

(«18) VAN DYKE, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
SIRE— Van Dom. 
DAM— Pibroch. 
B REED ER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR-Wm. Hendrie. 

(60Ï) BUGLER, B. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
SIRE— Strathsby. 
DAM— Banjo. 
B REED ER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie. 

«*« WINSHIP, Ch. M., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

SIRE— Hidalgo. 
DAM— Nehusta. 
BREEDER— J. B. Haggin. 
EXHIBITOR— Ralph N. Ellis. 



^ji-^ HUNTER AND JUMPER CLASSES, Class 9Î'— Centinued. 



Horse's Number. 

(5»8) RED OAK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 
SIRE— Trafalgar. 
DAM— Wabulin Moll. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand. 



Visitor»8 Notes 



(ftS5) UNITA, Ch. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
SIRE— Monticcllo. 
DAM— Scotty. 

BREEDER— F. J. Manning. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 




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GREEN .... 

HUNTERS. 



Must not have been hunted except within one year of 
date of entry. Nor at any time before that year have been 
a first prize winner in classes for Hunters or Jumpers at any 
of the Association's shows. A certificate to this effect must 
be furnished. 

CLASS 98. 

Judged at 5.30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Green Hunters (heavy weight), up to carrying 190 
pounds to hounds. 

Conformation to count 50 per cent. ; performance over 
fences to count 50 per cent. Horses entered in this class 
cannot be entered in Class 99. 



677 



FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16. i, 4 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



^ItH UNCLE BOB, Br. G., 16.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Wm. F. Fotherall. 



Oiy WHISPER LOW, Blk. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— The Durland 9«. 



GREBN HUNTERS, Clas» 98— Continued. ^23 



Horse's Number. Vi»it»r s NotM. 

650 IMP. BLARNEY, Ch. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

651 MERRIMAC, G. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

«•« FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(^•ft) GRAY FRIAR, G. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITOR— ChestnJt Hill Stock Farm. 

ess ROB ROY, Ch. G., 17. i, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendric, Jr. 

aS4 GREENFIELD, Blk. G., 16.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— P. F. Collier. 

IIS5 NIMROD, Br. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR---W. D. Grand. 

ese BUSHWHACKER, B. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

aSV HIGH RAIL, B. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

ass THREE CHEERS, Ch. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Wilson Hatch Tucker. 



CLASS 99. 

Preliminary trial, 10.15 a.m. Monday. 

Judged at 9.30 p.m. Monday. 

Green Hunters (middle weight), up to carrying between 
165 to 190 pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent.; perform- 
ance over fences to count 50 per cent. Horses entered in 
this class cannot be entered in Classes 98 or 100. 

FIRST PRIZE. $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRP PRIZE. $§•, 



2U GREEN HUNTERS, Class 9»— Continued. 



Horse^s Number. I Visitor's Notes. 

080 WALTER, Ch, G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—R. H. Halsted 

090 MY LADY, B. M., 16, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

601 LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

Oea HRUNHILDE, Dun M., 16.1, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and T{ios. Clyde. 

«»a ROANOAK, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Tho«. Clyde. 

e04 KENWOOD, B. M., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Dr. John van dcr Porf. 

e05 HIGH OVER, B. G., 16.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. Pfizer, Jr. 

eOO WATERFORD, Ch. G., 16. i, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

eoi RUFUS, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. Lawrence Myers. 

I 

(581) LORD WILLOUGHBY, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

098 NERO. R. G., 16.2, 4 yrs., $1,000. 

EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(4) EMPRESS PEYTON, B. M., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 2. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

099 SKEDADDLE, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

I 

(5©*) BUGLER, B. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. ! 

See Qass 72. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hcndric 



GREEN HUNTERS, Class Ô9— Continued. 226 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

10#> MERRIMAC, Ch. G., 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick H. Allen, 

(«lO) WINSHIP, Ch. M., i6.u 6 yrs. 
See Class 97. 
EXHIBITOR— Ralph N. Ellis. 

901 FAIRFAX, B. G., 15.3, 6 yrs., $800. 

EXHIBITOR— Robert G. Shaw, 2nd. 

10!8 SIR PETER, Br. G., 16. i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Edwin H. Wetherbec. 

103 GRAY FRIAR, G. G., 16, 5 yrs., $2,000. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Adolph Ladenburg. 

(510) PERFORMER, Rn. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



CLASS 100. 

Judged 5.30 p.m. Thursday. 

Green Hunters (light weight), up to carrying under 165 
pounds to hounds. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent. ; per- 
formance over fences to count 50 per cent Horses entered 
in this class cannot be entered in Classes 98 or 99. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75. 
THIRD PRIZE, ^35- 

•Ï04 MONCREITH, B. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Burnham. 

(5»1) ROYAL CHANCE, B. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— W. Stanton Elliot. 

105 MELROSE, B. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



226 



GREEN HUNTERS, Class 100— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

»0« FREEDOM, Br. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR—Adam Beck. 



Visitor s Notes. 



»©» GRAY EAGLE, G. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— The Durland Co. 



1©8 RUBY, Ch. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Henry Blum. 



T»» LEESBURG. G. G., 15.3, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. Pfizer, Jr. 



1 10 PHŒBUS, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. Gibson Bennett. 



(688) RED OAK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand. 



(586) UNITA, Ch. M., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(506) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(681) DESMOND, Br. G., 16.1^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— B. J. Coghlan. - 



111 GRANITE, Br. G., 15.2, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— John S. Bratton. 



F: 



CORINTHIAN CLASS. 



227 




COKINTHIAN 
CLASS. 




CLASS loi. 

Prelîminary Trial, 10.15 a.m. Wednesday. 

Judged at 9.30 p.m. Wednesday. 

Open to Qualified or Green Hunters. 

Horses must be ridden by members of some recognized 
Hunt Club. Conformation and quality to count 25 per cent.; 
performance over fences to count 75 per cent. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRirE,$ioo. 
THIRD PRIZE. $50. 

Horaces Number. 

(«11) TOMMY ATKINS, B. G., 15.2^, 7 yrs. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Stevens Ulman. 

112 HUNTSMAN, Ch. G.,i6.i, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(Oil) ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«91) LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«OO) MY LADY, B. M., 16, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
• EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(508) IMP. KATHLEEN, Br. M., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 



Visitor's Notes. 



228 



CORINTHIAN CLASS, Class lOl—Continued. 



Hçrse^s Number. 

(««8) NO. ELEVEN, B. G., i6, 6 yrs. 
Sec Class 94. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 



(«SO) IMP. BLARNEY, Ch. M„ 16.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(«81) MERRIMAC, G. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(«O») BRUNHILDE, Dun M., 16. i, 5 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos Clyde. 

(«03) ROANOAK, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos Clyde. 

(051) TOM THUMB, Ch. G., 17, 6 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— Pleasant Valley Stock Farm. 

(««4) HUNTRESS, Blk. M., 16. i, aged. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 



718 



KENNETT, Ch. M.. 15.3, aged. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 



(08») FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(«««) WATERFORD, Ch. G., 16. i, 9 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 



1 14 KENSINGTON, Ch. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Warren M. Hcaly. 



CORINTHIAN CLASS, Class 101— Continued. 229 



Horse's Niimber. Visitor's Notes. 

(«91) RUFUS, Ch. G., IS3» 7 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. Lawrence Myers. 



(581) LORD WILLOUGHBY, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(«58) XERXES, G. G., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(««8) NERO, B. G., 16.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(««!) ROSA, B. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hcndric. 

(«88) ROB ROY, Ch. G., 17.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie, Jr. 

(«««) PERFECTION, Blk. G., 17, 6 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Benner.' 

(1«1) FAIRFAX, B. G., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Robt. G. Shaw, 2nd. 

(«14) RICHMOND, Rn. G., 16, aged. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— C. Randolph* Snowden. 

(1«8) GRAY FRIAR, G. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Adolph Ladenburg. 

(««1) FLYING DUTCHMAN, Blk. G., 16.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— P. F. Collier. 



230 CORINTHIAN CLASS, Class 101— Continued. 



Horse's Number. ' Visitor's Note». 

116 MERRY BOY, Blk. G., i6, age^J. 

EXHIBITOR— Miss Bird. 

(Ï lO) PHŒBUS, Ch. G., i6, 6 yrs. 
See Class loo. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. Gibson Bennett. 

(688) RED OAK. B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand. 

(616) YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 72. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailcr. 

1 1« CRINOLINE, Br. M., 16, 8 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 

* * * PERFECTION, Br. M., 16, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 

(«6») THE MOOR, Br. G.,i6.2i, aged. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(«80) BUSHWHACKER, B. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. ' 

See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

V 18 CHAPPIE, B. G., 16. i, 7 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-J. Holloway. 

(596) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

(«10) BARRY, B. G., 15.3. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

1 10 HURRICANE, B. G., 16. 

EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



r 



JUMPING CLASSES. 




JUMPING 
CLASSES 



231 




CLASS I02. 

Preliminary Trial, 11.30 a.m. Monday. 

Judged at 5.30 p.m. Monday. 

Jumping Class, open to all. 

Performances over fences only to count. 

FIRST PRIZE, $150. 
SECOND PRIZE, $75- 
THIRD PRIZE, $35. 

Horse's Number. 

(OTl) TOMMY ATKINS, B. G., 15.2^ 7 yrs. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Stevens Ulman. 

(581) ROYAL CHANCE, B. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 73. 
EXHIBITOR— W. Stanton Elliott, 

(»1») HUNTSMAN, Ch. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«»!) LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«TT) ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(e»0) MARGIE, Ch. M., 14.0J, 3 yrs. 
See Class 83. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



Visitor*8 Notes. 



(608) IMP. KATHLEEN, Br. M., 16, 6 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 



232 JUMPING CLASSES, Class 102~Contmued. 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(««8) NO. ELEVEN, B. G., i6, 6 yrs. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(«SO) IMP. BLARNEY, Ch. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(««1) MERRIMAC, G. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITORS- B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(0»2) BRUNHILDE, Dun M., 16. i, 5 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(09») ROANOAK, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(«5e) ALL GRIT, B. G., 17.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITORS— B. F. and Thos. Clyde. 

(e«4) HUNTRESS, Blk. M., 16.1, aged. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 

(118) KENNETT, Ch. M., 15.3, aged. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 

(108) RUBY, Ch. M., 15.3, 6 yrs. 
See Class 100. 
EXHIBITOR-Henry Blum. 

(0«») FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(0»«) WATERFORD, Ch. G., 16. i, 9 yrs. | 

See Class 99. j 

EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. I 



Horse's Number. 

(114) 



JUMPING Cr.ASSES, Class 102— Continued. 233 

I Visitor s Motes. 

KENSINGTON, Ch. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. I 

See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Warren M. Healy. ! 



(«9») RUFUS, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. Lowrence Myers. 

(581) LORD WILLOUGHBY, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 
Sec Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR-;. B. Tailer. 

(«58) XERXES, G. G., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(«98) NERO, B. G., 16.2, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— J. B. Tailer. 

(«69) PENNBROOK, Ch. G., 16.1, aged. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

(«««) THE DRONE, B. G., 15.3, aged. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

(«99) SKEDADDLE, Ch. G., 15.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. * 

(«88) ROB ROY, Ch. G., 17.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie, Jr. 

(«»4) RICHMOND, Rn. G., 16, aged. 
See Class 95. 
EXHIBITOR— C. Randolph Snowden. 

(»15) MERRY BOY, Blk. G., 16, aged. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Bird. 



234 JUMPIhFO CLASSES, Class 102— Continued. 

Horses Number. Visitor's Notes. 

»20 FLYCATCHER, B. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 

»»1 AMERICAN BEAUTY, B. M., 15.1Î, 5 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR— Ralph Pulitzer. 

(e»0) MY LADY, B. M., 16, 4 yrs. 
See Gass 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(» lO) PHŒBUS, Ch. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Gass 100. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. Gibson Bennett. 

(588) RED OAK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 
See Gass 73. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand. 

(515) YELLOW ASTER, Ch. M., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 72. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 

(tie) CRINOLINE, Br. M., 16, 8 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Lee Tailer. 

(tit) PERFECTION, Br. M., 16, 8 yrs. 
See Gass loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 

(eeS) THE MOOR, Br. G., 16.2^, aged. 
See Gass 93. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(«8«) BUSHWHACKER, B. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 98. 1 

EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(»18) CHAPPIE, B. G., 16. 1, 7 yrs. 
See Gass loi. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(«8») HIGH RAIL, B. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Gass 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widener. 



JUMPING CLASSES, Class 102— Continued. 



235 



Horse's Number, 

(»»5) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR— Joseph E. Widencr. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(5 IB) PERFORMER, Rn. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 72. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

(»22) WARRENTON, Ch. G., 16.2. 

EXHIBITOR— Albert E. Bostwick. 

(eVO) BARRY, B. G., 15.3. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

(»1») HURRICANE, B. G., 16. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



CLASS 103. 

Judged 9.30 p.m. Monday. 

For the best performance of Hunters or Jumpers over 
six fences ; two at five feet, two at five feet six inches, and 
two at six feet, to carry a minimum weight of 140 pounds. 

POST ENTRIES. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(«'*) ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«»») LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 9g. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(e82) FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee, 

(»81) AMERICAN BEAUTY, B. M., 15.1Î, 5 yrs. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR-Ralph Pulitzer. 



236 JUMPING CLASSES, Class 103— Continued. 



Horse's Number. ! Visitor's Notes, 

(» 1 1) PERFECTION, Bro. M., i6, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 

(tlS) CHAPPIE, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. | 

See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(695) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR-Jos. E. Widener. 

(199) WARRENTON, Ch; G., 16.2. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Albert E. Bostwick. 

(719) HURRICANE, B. G., 16. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



CLASS 104. 

Preliminary trial, 10.15 a.m. Thursday. 

Judged at 9.35 p.m. Thursday. 

For best performance of Hunters or Jumpers over six suc- 
cessive jumps, five feet high, and to carry a minimum weight 
of 140 lbs. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

(«»!) LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(«T») ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(««4) HUNTRESS, Blk. M., 16.1, aged 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR-E. S. Reynal. 



JUMPING CLASSES, Class 104— Continued. 237 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(» 18) KENNETT, Ch. M., 15.3, aged. . | 

See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— E. S. Reynal. 

(«»«) WATERFORD, Ch. G., 16.1, 9 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(e82) FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(T 14) KENSINGTON, Ch. G., 15.3, 8 yrs. 
See Class loi. ' 

EXHIBITOR— Warren M. Healey. 

(«9») RUFUS, Ch. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. 
. Sec Class 79. 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. Lawrence Meyers. 

(«5») PENNBROOK, Ch.G., 16.1, aged. 

See Class 93. ,^ 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

(eet) ROSA, B. M., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 94. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Hendrie. 

(«T4) RICHMOND, Rn. G., 16, aged. 
See Gass 95. 
EXHIBITOR— C. Randolph Snowden. 

(T15) MERRY BOY, Blk. G., 16, aged. 
See Class lOi. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Bird. 

(7«0) FLYCATCHER, B. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 

(191) AMERICAN BEAUTY, B. M., 15.15, 5 yrs. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Ralph Pulitzer. 



238 



JUMPING CLASSES, Class 104— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(»14) HUNTSMAN, Ch..G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(588) RED OAK, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs. 
See Class y^. 
EXHIBITOR— W. D. Grand. 

(»1») PERFECTION, Br. M., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 

(eeS) THE MOOR, Br. G., 16.2^, aged. 
See Class 93. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(«8«) BUSHWHACKER, B. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(118) CIJAPPIE, B. G., 16. 1, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 

(«8») HIGH RAIL, B. G., 16.1, 5 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

(5»5) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class y6. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 

(Taa) WARRENTON, Ch. G., 16.2. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Albert C. Bostwick. 



(»!») HURRICANE, B. G., 16. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 

728 BRIAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

EXHIBITORS— Merendez & Palmer. 



HIGH JUMP. 



239 




HIGH JUMP, 

OPEN TO ALL. 



^ ■«■- «^^1 I a I 




CLASS 105. 

Judged at 9.30 p.m. Friday. 

For the first trial the bars will be placed at a height of 

5 feet, they will then be raised to 5 feet 6 inches, to 6 leet, to 

6 feet 3 inches, and to 6 feet 6 inches, which height, when 
reached, shall be a maximum. Only three trials will be 
allowed each horse at the different heights. In the event of 
two or more horses clearing 6 feet 6 inches, the Judges, in 
making their awards, will consider the form in which the 
horses have taken their jumps. 



Visitor's Notes. 



FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

Horse*s Number. 

(«»T) ARGYLE, Ch. G., 16.1, 4 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 

(eSl) LADY ROSEBERRY, Ch. M., 15.3^ 4 yrs. 
See Class 99. 
EXHIBITOR— Adam Beck. 



(«8») FOXEY, B. G., 16.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 98. 
EXHIBITOR— Irwin N. Megargee. 

(T21) AMERICAN BEAUTY, B. M., 15.1Î, 5 yrs. 
See Qass 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Ralph Pulitzer. 

(Ill) PERFECTION, Br. M., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 



240 



HIGH JUMP, Class 105— Continued. 



Horse^s Number. 

(718) CHAPPIE, B. G., i6.i, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Holloway. 



Visitor'L Notes. 



{&»&) ELECTRICITY, B. M., 14.3, 4 yrs. 
See Class 76. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Wdener. 



CHAMPION PRIZES. 



CLASS 106. 

Judged at 9.45 p.m. Saturday. 

Open to all horses having taken a first prize in .the Hunter 
or Jumping Classes at this or any previous show of the Asso- 
ciation. The former will be post entries. 

PRIZE, $600. 
Reserve Ribbon for seconds. 

This money will be divided into three prizes of $200 each, 
and awarded to the best Heavy, Middle and Light-weight 
horses contending, according to their previous classification. 

Conformation and quality to count 50 per cent.; perform- 
ance over fences, 50 per cent. 

»24 ESCAPE, Ch. G., 15.3, aged. 

EXHIBITOR— Chestnut Hill Stock Farm. 

(»15) MERRY BOY, Blk. G,, 16, aged. 
See Clas3 loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Miss Bird. 

(T20) FLYCATCHER, B. G., 16.1, 6 yrs. 
See Class 102. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Joseph Pulitzer. 

(til) PERFECTION, Br. M., 16, 7 yrs. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Mrs. Francis D. Beard. 

(719) HURRICANE, B. G., 16. 
See Class loi. 
EXHIBITOR— Harry Payne Whitney. 



CHAMPION PRIZES, Class 106— Continued. 



241 



POST ENTRIES. 



Horse's Number. 



Winner in Class 93. 



Winner in Class 94. 



Winner in Class 95. 



Winner in Class 96» 



Winner in Class 97. 



Winner in Class 98. 



Winner in Class 99. 



Winner in Class loo. 



Winner in Class loi. 



Winner in Class 102. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Winner in Class 103. 



Winner in Class 104. | 



Winner in Class 105. 



242 



MUNICIPAL POLICE HORSES. 



Visitor's Notes. 




MUNICIPAL POLICE 
HORSES 



CLASS 107. 

Judged at 9 p.m. Thursday. 
(This prize given in money or plate.) 

The best and best-trained Police Horses, to be ridden by 
officers; appointments and uniforms also to be considered. 

FIRST PRIZE, $200. 
SECOND PRIZE. $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, |50. 



Horse's 
Number 



Pre 
cinct 



Rank. Rider. 

V2ft JIM, No. II, B. G., 15.3, 9yrs., R'dsman J. Frawley. 31st 

186 PRINCE, No.io,B.G., 15.2,7 yrs., do. L.Gray. 31st 

»«» PATROL, No. 24, P'lman J. Bergman. 38th 

»28 FRITZ,No.28,B.G., 15.3,14 yrs., do. M. Vogt. 32d 

19» PETER, No. 8o,B.G.,i5.3,i6yrs., do. T. Sheehan. 33d 

taO LION, No. ioo,B.G., 15.3, 6 yrs., do. F. M. Leary. 33d 

T81 JED,No.57, B. G., 16, 7 jys., do. F. Fink. 33d 

188 FRANK, No. 123, B. G., 16, 6 yrs., do. P. Austin. 34th 

»38 OrHELLO,No.64,B.G., 15.2^,7 yrs., do. A. Osborn. 34th 

184 BILL, No. 108, B.G., 16, 8 yrs., do. J. McDonnell. 34th 

785 JOE, No. 90, B. G., 16. i, 7 yrs., do. J. Dunn. 35th 

78« JIM, No. 184, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs., do. H.Heemsoth. 38th 



PARK POLICE HORSES. 



243 




PARK POLICE ! 
HORSBS. 




CLASS io8 

Judged at 9 p.m. Tuesday. 
Central Park Mounted Police Horses. 

The Horses to be shown at a walk, trot, canter and gallop, 
and the officers to go through such drill and exercise as the 
Judges may require. 

FIRST PRIZE. 1200. 
SECOND PRIZE, $100. 
THIRD PRIZE, $50. 

Horse's Number. Rank. Rider. 

laS CISSY, B. M., 16.1, 4 yrs. . . .Sergeant Wm. C. Egan 
tS» ALDELL, B. G., 16, 17 yrs. . .R'dsman John W. Willson 

»40 TERRIFIER, B.G.,i6, 9 yrs.. do. Hubert S. Howard 

141 BULLET, B. G., 16, 11 yrs.. .P'lman Thos. A. Howard 

142 KINGDON, B. G., 15.3, 9 yrs.. do. Daniel Troy 
14» BEN ALI, B. G., 15.2, 7 yrs.. do. John J. Doolady 

144 PUNCH, B. G., 15.2, 9 yrs do. Geo. Schaffner 

»4S VIOLET, B. M., 15.2, 8 yrs. .. do. Frank T. Baldwin 

»4« TIGER, B. G., 15.3, 9 yrs do. Jas. L. Haney 

Ï47 BOB, B. G., 15.3, 10 yrs. ..... do. John J. McKenna 

748 ZALDO, B. G., 16, 6 yrs do. John Murphy 

14» GUCK, B. G., 16, 10 yrs do. Adolph Holtje 

t50 SPORT, B. G., 16, 8 yrs do. Jas. Gorman 

151 TENNY, B. G., 16.2, 11 yrs... do. Patrick Fancy 



Visitor's Notes. 



244 



PARK POLICE HORSES, Class 108— Continued. 



n 



Horse's Number. RanlT. Rider. 

T5» FRITZ, B. G., 15.3, 6 yrs ...PMman Chas. Langfield 

T58 DEFENDER, B.G., 15.3, 6 yrs. do. George Green 

»54 VAN, B. G., 15.3, 6 yrs do. David McCarthy 

To5 VIGILANT, B. G., 16, 9 yrs. . do. Francis Coyle 

T5« SKIP, B. G., 15.2, 5 yrs do. Albert J. McKeane 

T57 CHARLEY, B. G., 16.3, 10 yrs. do. Max Lasky 

T58 KINGBOLT, B. G., 16. 8 yrs. . do. Bernard J. Doyle 

To» SUNSHINE, B. G., 16, 10 yrs. do. John Hoey 

TOO PELHAM, B. G., 16, 9 yrs do. Henry Gartelman 

»«1 DOMINO, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. . . . do. Geo. Ferguson 

T«» SOLDIER, B. G., 16, 12 yrs.. do. Wm. Cavanagh 

7«a DREW, B. G., 15.3, 8 yrs do. A. J. McNulty 

7«4 DART, B. G., 15.3, 9 yrs do. Jas. D. Cotter 



Visitor's Notes. 



TOi^S HARRY, B. G., 16, 8 yrs do. John T. Smith 



T«« SPORT, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs.... do. Thos. O'Neill 



STREET CLEANING HORSES AND CARTS. 



245 



SPECIAL PRIZES. 

OFFERED BY THE ASSOCIATION. 

STREET CLEANING 




Horses and carts 




CLASS 109. 

Judged at 3 p.m. Wednesd'ay. 

Open only to Horses and Carts of the New York Street 
Cleaning Department. To be judged on the condition of the 
Horses, the care taken of the Carts and Harness, and the 
appearance of the Drivers. All to be shown as turned out for 
daily work. 

FIRST PRIZE, $50. 
SECOND PRIZE, $86. 
THIRD PRIZE, $10. 

Horse s Number. Driver. Stable. 

ISl COLONEL, B. G., 16.2, 8 yrs . . . . John Kelly. ** A/' 



Visitor's Notes. 



'*D." 



168 VOUCHER, Br. G., 16. i, lo yrs..Chas. Borgwith 

169 INSPECTOR, Ch. G.,16.2, 10 yrs.S. O'Hanlon. 

710 HARLEM, B. G., 17.2, 6 yrs E. Fitzpatrick. 

Ill EXCELSIOR, Blk. G., 16.2, 6 yrs. Joseph Flynn; 

»T2 KLONDIKE, B. M., 16.2, 6 yrs.. James Gormley. **F." 

lis AJAX, Br. G., 16.2, 10 yrs Stephen Ferretti. "G." 

114 KATE, Br. M., 16, 7 yrs Frank CoUigan. **H." 

»»5 PINOCHLEIL,G.G.. 16.2, 8 yrs. Daniel Donnelly. **L" 



246 



SPECIAL PRIZES— Continued. 



CLASS no. 

Judged at 9 p.m. Wednesday. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Offered by MESSRS. BREWSTER & CO. 

In Money or Plate. 

For pairs of Horses to be shown before a Demi-Mail, 
Spider or Stanhope Phaeton, for Park use. Horses to count 
30 per cent., and to be practically sound, with good manners. 
Carriages, 30 per cent.; Harness, 20 per cent.; Servants' 
Liveries, etc., 20 per cent. If, in the opinion of the Judges, 
an exhibit is absolutely deficient in any one of the above 
qualifications, such exhibit shall not be considered. The 
entire exhibit miist be the property of the exhibitor. 



PRIZE, $200. 



Horse's Number. 



(815) r BRILLIANCE, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
(884) \ BOTANIC, B. G., 16, 6 yrs. 

See Class 52. 

EXHIBITOR— R. M. C. Lord. 



(24») f SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 

See Class 47, 
(250) \ SIR GILBERT, B. G., 15.2^, 5 yrs. 

See Class 47. 

EXHIBITOR— Frederick C. Stevens. 



(819) f.SUPERBUS, B. G., 15.3*, 7 yrs. 

See Class 51. 
(849) ] JACK SPRATT, B. G., 15.3^, 6 yrs. 

See Qass 53. 

EXHIBITOR— Chas. A. Baudouine. 



(85«) I WELLINGTON, B. G., 15.2Î, 8 yrs. 

(284) \ WALLINGFORD, B. G., 15.2!, 8 yrs. 
See Class 48. 
EXHIBITOR— E. D. Jordan. 



Horse*8 Number. 



(882) 
(888) i 



SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 110— Continued. 247 

I Visitor's Notes. 

REX, B. G., i6, 9 yrs. , 

See Class 57. 
CUPID, B. G., 1S.3Î, 8 yrs. 

See Qass 57- 

EXHIBITOR— C. Ledyard Blair. 



(a»5) 

(2*«) 



COXEY, Br. G., 15.1, 9 yrs. 

See Gass 47. 
BROWN DONNA, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 

See Qass 47. 

EXHIBITOR— C F. Bates. 



(83») 
(3S3) 



f A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., 16. 
6 yrs. 
See Class sr. 
WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3^, 9 yrs. 
See Gass 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



(300) 
(282) 1 



NORTHLIGHT, Jr., B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 48. 
GREAT CiESAR, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 

See Class 47- 

EXHIBITOR— Geo. S. Gagnon. 



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248 



SPECIAL PRIZES— Continued. 



CLASS III. 

Judged at 9 p.m. Friday. 
Offered by THE WALDORF-ASTORIA. 

Challenge Cup— Value, $500. 

For the best horse suitable for a gig. The horses to be 
judged for their suitability for the work designated, man- 
ners, all-around action and conformation; they must be 
sound and be able to go a good pace. The horses must be 
driven by their bona-fide owners to gigs. Professional 
drivers and dealers are not allowed to compete for this prize. 

The Cup must be won three times by the same owner 
before it becomes his property, during which time it will 
remain in the custody of the Waldorf-Astoria or such other 
place as the National Horse Show Directors may decide. 

Horse's Number. 

(84©) CAIRNSMOOR, B. G., is.if, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jas. G. Marshall. 

(«4») ROANOAK, B. G., 16, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— T. Wyman Porter. 



(84») SIR WALTER, B. G., 15.2^, 4 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Frederick C Stevens, 



Visitor's Notes. 



(858) WELLINGTON, B. G., 15.2!, 8 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR-E. D. Jordan. 



(851) RARA AVIS, Br. G., 15.3^, 5 yrs. 
See Class 53. 
EXHIBITOR— Hamilton H. Salmon. 



(1»8) DELIGHT, Br. M., 14.3, 3 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. M. Hilliard. 



r 



SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 111— Continued. 



349 



Horse's Number. 

(l»a) LIEUTENANT WILKES, B. G., 15, 7 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Geo. B. Hulme. 



{85«) HOLLY, Br. G., 15.1, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— A. J. Nutting. 



(aa«) MASTERPIECE, Br. G., 15.3^, 8 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— Louis W. Wormser. 



Visitor's Notes. 



(gee) PURITAN, B. G., 15.2, 6 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jacob Ruppert, Jr. 



(191) SILVER KING, Wh. G., 15, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— J. Clinch Smith. 



(8»1) VON HARBINGER, Ch. G., is.ii, 7 yrs. 
See Class 47. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(205) SILVER LEAF, Cfi. G., 14.3^, 6 yrs. 
See Class 45. 
EXHIBITOR— Jos. E. Widener. 



(888) WALSINGHAM, B. G., 15.3^, 9 yrs. 
See Class 51. 
EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. 



250 



SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 111— Continued. 



Horse's Number. Visitor's Notes. 

(888} A STRANGER IN NEW YORK, B. G., i6, 6 
yrs. 

See Class Si. I 

EXHIBITOR— R. F. Carman. , 



CLASS 112. 



Judged at 12.30 m. Wednesday. 



Offered by MB. CHARLES M. REED. 



In Mojiey or Plate. 



For the best Standard bred Yearling Stallion or Filly 
Trotter (foaled in 1896). To be judged as they appear in 
the ring. 



• PRIZE. $100. 



lie ALVERETTA, B. M. 

SIRE— Alcantara. 
DAM — Inheritance. 
BREEDER— Chas. Backman. 
EXHIBITOR— A. A. Bonner. 

Ill ISABELLE, B. M. 

SIRE— Alcantara. 
DAM — Princess Helen. 
BREEDER— Chas. Backman. 
EXHIBITOR— A. A. Bonner. 

ïï« TWILIGHT, Blk. S. 

SIRE— Red Wilkes. 
DAM— Minnie Patchen. 
BREEDER— A. H. Moore. 
EXHIBITOR— E. H. Harriman. 



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SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 112—Contioued. 



251 



Horse's Nuniber. 

1Ï» BETTY HAMLIN, B. M. 

SIRE— Mambrino King. 
DAM— Belle Hamlin. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS-C. J. and Harry Hamlin. 



T80 



T81 



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788 



Y 94 



V85 



MODINO. 

SIRE— Cami)beirs Electioneer. 
DAM— Modena. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITOR— F. C Sayles. 



ROSEMARY, Br. 
SIRE— Hummer. 
DAM — Mignon. 
BREEDER— Wm. Simpson. 
EXHIBITOR— H. N. Bain. 



KISCO DELMARCH, B., 14. 
SIRE— Delmarch. 
DAM— Lady Herr. 
BREEDER— John Daly. 
EXHIBITOR— H. F. Van Zandt. 



ISLANDENA, B. 
SIRE— Island Wilkes. 
DAM— Lillian Stanford. 
BREEDER— Owner. 
EXHIBITORS— Edward Willets & Son. 



TRINITY CHIMES, Blk., 15. 

SIRE— Chimes. 
• DAM— Ales. 

BREEDER— Owner. 

EXHIBITOR— J. Milne Smith. 



LADYLIKE, B. 
SIRE— Baron Wilkes. 
DAM, by Wellington. 
EXHIBITOR— Wm. Pollock. 



Visitor's Notes. 



T 



252 



SPECIAL PRIZES— Continued. 



CLASS 113. 

Judged at 11 a.m. Saturday. 
Offered by MB. H. G. PINKNET. 

For best Herd of Ponies, other than Shetlands, . iK)t 
exceeding twelve hands, one inch ; consisting of four mares 
and one stallion. All to be owned by the exhibitor. 

PRIZE, $100. 



Visitor's Notes. 



Horse's Number. 



vse 



T8T 



^IMP. MAR, Blk. S., i2.of, 10 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
MAYFLOWER, Br. M., 11.3, 10 yrs. 

See Class 89. 
PILGRIM, Br. M., 11.2^, 9 yrs. 

Sec Class o7 
FORREST HATTIE, Rn. M., iliJ, 3 yrs. 

See Class 81. 
FORREST EXIE, Ch. M., 11.2^, 3 yrs. 
See Class 81. 

EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 
« 

MAYOR, B. S., 11.1,9 yrs. 

See Class 67. 
WILD ROSE, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class 67. 
BLOSSOM, Br. M., 11.2, 5 yrs. 

See Class 67. 

CRICKET, . 

CELIA, . 

EXHIBITOR—W. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 114. 

Judged at 11.15 a.m. Saturday. 

Offered hj MB. H. G. PINKNET. 

For best Pair of Ponies, other than Shetlands, with full 
manes and tails, under twelve hands. To be shown in har- 
ness to appropriate traps. 

PRIZE. $100. 



SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 114— Continued. 



253 



Horse's Number 

188 f VENUS, B. M., 11.2^, 2 yrs. 

' DIANA, Blk. M., 11.2. 2 yrs. 
EXHIBITOR— Thos. L. Watt. 



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(45») r FORREST EXIE, Ch. M., 11.2^, 3 yrs. 

j See Class 67. 
(458) < FORREST HATTIE, Rn. M., ii.ii, 3 yrs. 

I See Class &;. 

[ EXHIBITOR— Thos. L. Watt. 



CLASS 115. 

Judged at 12.30 m. Saturday. 

Offered by IB. ARCHIBALD WATT. 

For the best Pony Stallion, not exceeding twelve hands, 
one inch. To be shown with three of his get, the oldest of 
the jget not to exceed four years. All to be owned by the 
exhibitor. 

PRIZE, $100. 

46») IMP. MAR, Blk. S., 12.0Î, 10 yrs. 
See Class 68. 
EXHIBITOR— T. L. Watt. 

(461) MAYOR, B. S., ii.i, 9 yrs. 
See Class 67. 
EXHIBITOR— W. J. Sampson. 



CLASS 116. 

Judged at 2.40 p.m. Wednesday. 
Offered by HE88B8. HINGES & JOHNSON. 

In Money or Plate. 

For the best Cab Horse and best appointed private 
Hansom Cab. Horse to count 60 per cent. ; cab and appoint- 
ments 50 per cent. 

PRIZE, $100. 



Visitor's Notes. 



254 



SPECIAL PRIZES, Class 116— Continued. 



Horse's Number. 

(888) REX, B. a, i6, g yrs. 
Sec Class 57. 
EXHIBITOR— C. Ledyard Blair. 



Visitor's Notes. 



ÏOO LONDON, B. G., 16, 9 yrs. 

EXHIBITOR-J. Lee Taller. 

ï»l AN AMERICAN CITIZEN, B. G., 15.3. 

EXHIBITOR— John H. Shulte, Jr. 

(«41) HI, B. G., 15.3, 7 yrs. • 
See Class 52. 
EXHIBITOR— Chas. F. Bates. 



199 THE CIRCUS GIRL, B. M., 15.3. 

EXHIBITOR— John H. Shults, Jr. 




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SAMUEL D. BABCOCK, 

Banker— Retired, 

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RICHARD A. McCURDY, 
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JAMES C. HOLDEN, 
President National Safe Deposit Co., N. Y. City. 

HERMANN C. VON POST, 

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North German Lloyd S. S. Co., N. Y. City. 

OLIVER HARRIMAN, 

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Late firm Low, Harriman & Co., N. Y. City. 

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H. WALTER WEBB. 
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President Metropolitan Opera House Co.. 

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ADRIAN ISELIN, JR.. 

Vice-President Guaranty Trust Co. of N. Y., 

Adrian Iselin ft Co , Bankers, N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM C. WHITNEY, 
Ex-Secretary of Navy, N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM ROCKEFELLER, 
Standard Oil Co., N. Y. City. 

JAMES N JARVIE, 
Arbuckle Bros , Coflfee, N. Y. City. 

CHARLES D. DICKEY, JR , 

Banker, 
Brown Bros, ft Co., N. Y. City. 

ELBRIDGE T. GERRY, 

Counsellor-at-Law, 
261 Broadway, N. Y. City. - 

WILLIAM J. SEWELL, 
United States Senator, 
Camden, New Jersey. 

A. N. WATERHOUSB, 

Life Insurance, 

Lambert ft Waterhouse, Philadelphia 



ROBERT A. QRANNISS, Vice-President. 



WALTER R. GILLETTE» .... General Manager. 

ISAAC F. LLOYD, Second Vice-President. 

FREDERIC CROMWELL, Treasurer. 

EnORY McCLINTOCK, LL. D., F. I. A., Actuary. 

(For illustration of Company's Head Office Building, see page 966.) 



250 



INDEX TO EXHIBITORS 



WITH 



CLASSES IN WHICH THEY HAVE ENTRIES. 



A 

Name and Address. Classes. 

Alexandre, John E., 26 West 38th Street, City 68, 82 

Alexandre, Mrs. J. H., Rosebank, S. I., N. Y 68, 82 

Alexandre, Miss Virginia, Rosebank, S. I., N. Y 81 

Allen, Frederick H., Bolton Priory, Pelham Manor, N. Y .83, 86, 99 

Appel, Edward, ^ Exchange Place, Rochester, N. Y 7, 10 

Arnold, Mrs. Richard, 837 Madison Avenue, City ^^ 

Arthur, John, 140 West 5Sth Street, City 47, 48, 51, 52, 53, 61, 65 

Astor, J. J., Rhinebeck, N. Y 26, 30, 32, 35, 45, 76 

Aylwood, John, Norfolk, Conn 30 



B 

Bain, Mrs. H. N., Nelson House, Poughkeepsie, N. Y 7, 15 

Bain, H. N., Nelson House, Poughkeepsie, N. Y 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 

16 17, 112 

Ballin, Jacques, 26 West 75th Street, City yj 

Barnes, E. H., 44 Montgomery Place, Brooklyn, N. Y yz 

^ates, Chas. F., 215 West End Avenue, City... .5, 12, 17, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 

53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59A, 60, 61. 62, 63, 

64, 6s, 65A, 70, 71, 75i no, 116 

Batonyi Driving School Agents, " Durland's," 60th Street and Central Park, 

West, New York City 45, 47, 49, 59A, 67, 69, 74, TJ, 81 

Baudouine, Chas. A., 1181 Broadway, New York City 51, 52, 53, 54, 63, 64, no 

Beard, F. D., 140 Amity Street, Brooklyn, N. Y i 

Beard, Mrs. Francis D., 140 Amity Street, Brooklyn, N. Y loi, 102, 103, 104, 

105. 106 

Beck, Adam, London, Ont., Canada yz^ 77, 83, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100, loi, 

102, 103, 104, 105 

Benner, W. D., Warrenton, Va *. 93, loi 

Bennett, Charles Gibson, Metropolitan Club, New York 100, loi, 102 

Bird, Miss, Westbury, L. I loi, 102, 104, 106 



258 INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 



Blair, C. Ledyard, 15 East 60th Street, New York City 57, ^^, 77, no, 116 

Blanding, Wm. O., P. O. Box 98, Providence, R. 1 47, 49 

Blood, Mrs. S. S., 2 East 15th Street, New York City 72 

Blum, Henry, 5 East 73d Street, New York City 100, 102 

Blute, Alfred Edwin, Eatontown, N. J , 81 

Boice, Edgar, care of W. A. Jamison, Old Slip and Water Street, New York City. 72 

Bonner, A. A., 182 William Street, New York City 3, 11, 12, 112 

Borden, Spencer, Fall River, Mass 83, 86, 88 

Bostwick, Albert C, 800 Fifth Avenue, New York City 102, 103, 104 

Bourne, Frederick G., Oakdale, L. 1 21, 25, 27, 28, 30, ^3, 34, 35, 45^ 46 

Bratton, John S., National Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 

52, 53, 54, 59A, 61, 62, 63, 65, 67, 70, 
72, 7Z. 76, 77. 81, 83, 100 

Bressette, Geo., H., i Broadway, New York City 68, 70, 82, 83 

BriarcliflFe Farms, BriarcliflFe Manor, N. Y .n 28 

Brokaw, I. Irving, i East 79th Street, New York City 47, 49 

Brown Horse Co., The J. Dickman, 128 West 52d Street, New York City 17, 18. 

19. 47, 51, 52, 53, 54, 60, 63, 7^ 

Brown, Mrs. Howard, 300 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass 77 

Bulkley, Miss J., 787 Madison Avenue, New York City 77 

Burnham, Miss, 100 West 68th Street, New York City 100 



Cameron, Miss Martha, Donegal Farms, Marietta, Pa 59A, 70, 71, 83 

Cammeyer, Alfred J., Sixth Avenue and 20th Street, New York City 66, 84, 90 

Carman, R. F., Huntington, L. 1 45, 47, 5i, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59A, 61. 

63, 64, 65, 65 A, 68, 69, 70, 88, no, iii 

Carr, Wm., P. O. Box 608, So. Manchester; Conn .• 27 

Cassatt, A. J. (Chesterbrook Farm), Berwyn, Pa 25, 30, ^^j 36, 72 

Central Park Mounted Police, Arsenal, Central Park, New York City 108 

Chestnut Hill Stock Farm, Philadelphia, Pa 2, 30, 34, 35, 47, 51, 53, 72, 75, 83, 

93, 94, 99, 102, 104, 106 

Clark, Wm. H., 15 Wall Street, New York City 5, 6, 11, 12, 17, 19, 47, 49, 

51, 57, 66, 84 

Clark & Son, W. S., Erie, Pa 17, 18 

Clark, W. J. (Mineola Stable), 303 West 59th Street, New York City 45, 49 

Clyde, B. F. and Thos., Bryn Mawr, Pa 72, 93, 94, 96, 98, 99, loi, 102 

Colford, Miss Edith, care of Batonyi Driving School, **Durland's," 6oth Street and 

Central Park, West, New York City 59A, 70, 71, 83 

Collier, P. F., 523 West 13th Street, New York City 93, 98, loi 

Colton, John, 163 West 20th Street, New York City 44 

Connors, Jerome, 139 East 25th Street, New York City 44 

Coghlin, B. J., 151 University Place, Montreal, Canada 7^, 77, 100 

Cooke, Jas. W., 213 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa 9, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19 

Cook, W. W., Hotel Netherland, Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, New York City. 76 

Cowdin, John E., 121 Spring Street, New York City 83, 85, 86 

Cross Co., Mark W., 253 Broadway, New York City 43 

Crawford, Wm., Hotel Gerlach, 27th Street, New York City 7 



INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 259 



D 

Dallctt, Mrs. Frank, Wayne, Pa 67 

Danieison, Mrs. J. De Forest, 4 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass 74 

Del Bosco. Philip B.» Hotel Grenoble. Seventh Avenue and 56th Street, City.. 73, 77 

Delaney, Dr. Jas. E., 233 East 32d Street, New York City 17 

Dennis, Dr. F. S., 542 Madison Avenue, New York City 68, 82 

Department of Street Cleaning, New York City, 32 Chambers Street, New York 

City 109 

Dodger, Anthony, 228 East 54th Street, New York City 17 

Dobson, W. A., Marion, la 47 

Donovan, Wm., 205 East 38th Street, New York City 44 

Doremus, Miss C. Adelaide, 51 West 87th Street, New York City 74, 75, 77 

Doyle, John, 128 West S4th Street, New York City 45, 47, 48 

Durland Co., The, Grand Circle and Central Park, West, New York City 98, 100 



Elkins, Wm. L., Ashbourne, Pa 25, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, Si, 52, S3, 54, 

56, 47, 59A, 60, 62, 64 
Elliott, W. Stanton, "Durland's," Grand Circle and Central Park, West, New 

York Gty yz, 100, 102 

Ellis, Ralph N., Westbury, L. 1 97, 99 

Esselborn, Dr. A., 234 Fifth Avenue, New York City 74 



Ferguson, Frank, 120 West 52d Street, New York City 13 

Florham Farm, Madison, N. J. 26, 28, 30, 31, 32, 35 

Foster, J. A., Providence, R. 1 47, Si 

Fotterall, Mrs. Wm. F., Rosemont, Mont. Co., Pa 42 

Fotterall, W. F., Rosemont, Pa 42 

Francke, Richard T., Lawrence Station, L. 1 85 

Frank, Solon L., 144 East 24th Street, New York City 49 



Gallatin, Helen Dawson, 58 West ssth Street, New York City 77 

Gagnon, Geo. S., 54 West 23d Street, New York City 45, 46, 47, 4», 49, 50, 56, 

57, S9A, 60, 62, 70, 71, ZZ^ no 

Gerry, Elbridge T., 2 East 6ist Street, New York City 45, 49, 76 

Gibb, Miss Edith M., 218 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y 74 

Goelet, Robert, Tuxedo. N. Y 17 

Goldsmith, Mrs. John A., Washingtonville, Orange Co., N. Y 5, 11, 12 

Glendower Stock Farm, Dongan Hills, Staten Island 29, 47, 49, 51, 61 

Goldmann, A, F., 43 Beaver Street, New York City 7Z 



260 INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 

« 
Gordon, Jr., T. E., 850-852 Seventh Avenue, New York City 17, 47, 48, 52 

Grand, W. D., Broadway and soth Street, New York City 7Z* 97, 98, 100, loi 

102, 104 

Grand, Mrs. W. D., 60 Harrison Street, East Orange, N. J " 76, 80 

Grinnell, Wm. Morton, Metropolitan Club, N. Y 73 

H 

Haddock, Miss Katharine Van Wyck, Buckingham Hotel, New York City.... 83 

Halsted, R. H., 31 Broad Street, New York City 99 

Hamlin, C. J. and Harry, East Aurora, N. Y 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 

IS, 16, 17, 47, 48, 72, "2 

Hammond, Jas., 236 East 24th Street, New York City 44 

Harriman, E. H., Goshen, N. Y 3, 9, I3» "2 

Healey, Warren M., 1654 Broadway, New York City lor, 102, 104 

Heckmann & Son, C, 240 East 20th Street, New York City 44 

Heinz, H. J., Pittsburg, Pa 13, I7 

Hendrie, Wm., Hamilton, Canada i, 72, 7^, 77, 94, 95, 9^, 97, 99, loi, I04 

Hendrie, Jr., Wm., Hamilton, Canada 98, loi, Ï02 

Herbert, H, L., 15 Church Street, New York City 94, 96 

Hewitt, Byron F., 985 EighthAvenue, New York City 7Z 

Hilliard, Thos. M., The Waldorf 45, 49, 5i, 53, 59A, 61, in 

Hoffman, E. A., i Chelsea Square, New York City 78 

Hoffman, Wm. M. V., 4 Warren Street, New York City 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 68, 87 

Holloway, J., Chevy Chase, Md 73, 75, 93, 98, loi, 102, 103, 104, 105 

Holloway, Miss Marian, Chevy Chase, Mr 74, 7^, 77 

Howe, Mrs. L. F., 244 West loist Street 74 

Hyde, Jas. T., 16 East 23d Street, New York City 83 

Huhn, Samuel Parham Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa 47» 5i 

Hulmc, Geo. B., 39 West 27th Street, New York City. .45, 46, 49, 50, 59A, 60, 62, in 

J 

Jacobs, Gabriel, 156 East 25th Street, New York City 44 

Jamison, Wm. A., Old Slip and Water Street, New York City 72 

Janny, G. Maaon, "Durland's," 59th Street and Central Park West, New York 
City Î 75 

Janny, Mrs. Thomas, "Durland's," 59th Street and Central Park. N. Y. City. .74, 77 

Jordan, E. D., 450 Washington Street, Boston, Mass 30, 31, 32, ^z, 34. 35, 45, 47 

48, 49, 51, 52, S9A, 61, 63, 64, 65, 70, 
72, 7^* 76, 77. 83, no, III 

K 

Kearney, L., 334 East 21st Street, New York City 44 

Keene, Mrs. Foxhall, Bayside, L. 1 68, 82 

Keller, S. S., Richfield Spa, N. Y 76 

Kelly, Edward, P. O. Box, 1430. New York City 2 



INDEX TO EXHIBITORS-^CoNTiNUED. 261 



Kemble, Miss Florence, Ogontz, Pa yo 

Kensico Farms, Kensico, N. Y , ^ » 42 

Klotz, S. M., 61S Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y 9 

Knieriem, Edward, 123 1 Madison Avenue, New York City 47 

Kip, Lawrence, 452 Fifth Avenue, New York City 13, 17, 18, 19, 20 

King & Son, Geo. D., Springboro, Pa 38, 54 

Koch & Co., H. C. F., 125th Street, New York City 43 

Kotman, ^rs. W. E., 13 East 74th Street, New York City 74, 76, 77 

Kotman, W. E., 13 East 74th Street, New York City 74, 77 

Kroehle, Fredk. W., 113 East 56th Street, New York City 73 



L 

Ladenburg, Mrs. Adolph, Westbury, L. 1 99, loi 

Lahey, James, 140 West 54th Street, New York City 44 

Lanier, Chas., Lenox, Mass 68, 87 

Lawrence, Prescott, Newport, R. 1 36 

Linneman, J. C, Lima, Ohio 4, Si 6, 12, 13, 17 

Lord, R. M. C, 1861 Independence Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.. .17, 19, Si, 52, 53, 54, 

56, 57. iio 

M 

McDermott, John J., 17 East 27th Street, New York City 44 

Maclean, C. R., M. D., and Jas. D., Medford, Ont., Canada 50, 53, 77 

Maclay, Robt, 50 West 57th Street, New York City 72 

Mansfield, Mrs. Richard, 104 West 8oth Street, New York ,City 70, 83 

Marshall, Jas. G., East Orange, N. J 47, 49, m 

Marshall, Mrs. Jas. G., East Orange, N. J 74, 77 

Mason, Jr., S. H., 78th Street and Park Avenue, New York City 47, 51 

McCuUagh, Jas., 201 East 38th Street, New York City 44 

McGibbon, W. A., "Durland's," 59th Street and Eighth Avenue, New York City. . 

74, 75, 76 

Megargee, Irwin N., Gladwyn, Mont. Co., Pa 98, 99, loi, 102, 103, 104, 105 

Menendez & Palmer, 317-319 West 59th Street, New York City 104 

Metcalf, Mrs. Jesse H., Providence, R. 1 74, 77 

Moses, James, 216 West 72d Street, New York City 74, 77 

Myers, Geo. Lawrence, 21 West 46th Street, New York City 85, 99, loi, 102, 104 

Mills, Miss Gladys, Staatsburgh, N. Y 83 

Mooney, T., 140 West 54th Street, New York City 44 

Morawetz, Victor, Metropolitan Club, New York 95» 9^ 

Morrell, Mrs. Francis Lee, 800 Fifth Avenue, New York City 47, 49, 50, 57, 76 

Moulton, Gilman S., Randolph, Vt 45, 47, 49, 53, 54, 72, 7Z, 74 



N 

Nelson, Miles, 216 E. 24th Street New York City 44 

New York Biscuit Co., The, Tenth Avenue and 15th Street, New York City 43 

Nutting, A. J., 149 So. Oxford Street, Brooklyn, N. Y 45, 47, 48, 49. 60, m 



263 INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 



O'Loughlin, Robert S., 126 West 77th Street, New York City 73 

Oudin, Mrs. Lucien, 115 West 69th Street, New York City 74 



Patterson, Theo. Cuyler, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa 2, 68, 82, 88, 89 

Patterson, Miss Marie Jesup, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa 82 

Pfizer, Jr., Chas., P. O. Box 2578, New York City 45» 99. 100 

Pfizer, Mrs. Chas., Bernardsville, N. J 94. 96 

Peters, Harry T., i Broadway, New York City 74 

Pleasant Valley Stock Farm, Rosemont, Mont. Co., Pa 66, 67, 81, 84, 87, 90, 

93, 96, loi 

Police Department City of New York, 300 Mulberry Street, New York City 107 

Pollock, Wm., Pittsfield, Mass 7, I3, i4, I7, 19, 112 

Porter, T. Wyraan, 23 East 56th Street, New York City 47,. 53, 55. m 

Powell, Alex. M., 152 Chambers Street, New York City 74 

Proctor, Chas. T., 1634 Broadway, New York City 75 

Proctor, Mrs. Chas. T., 17 West 99th Street, New York City 72 

Pulitzer, Mrs. Jos., 10 East 55th Street, New York City 45, 46, 49, 102, 104. 106 

Pulitzer, Ralph, 10 East 55th Street, New York City 102, 103, 104, 105 

Pulsifer, Mrs., i West 68th Street, New York* City 77 

Pupin, M. I., 7 Highland Place, Yonkers, N. Y 70, 71, 73. 75 



R 

Railey, C. L., Lexington, Ky 72, 76, 78 

Ramsdell, J. A. P., Newburgh, N. Y 83 

Reed, Chas. M., Erie, Pa ,-3, 17, 18, 19, 20 

Ronald, Walter J., Morristown, N. J 87 

Reynal, E. S., White Plains, N. Y 94, 96, loi, 102, 104 

Robinson, John, Hull, England ZZ, 75, 76 

Robinson, Mrs. John, Hull, England 45, 47, 5i, 73, 7^ 

Rouss, P. W., 241 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y 53, 55 

Rundle & White, Danbury, Conn 3. 4. 6 

Ruppert, Jr., Jacob, 1639 Third Avenue, New York City 45, 47, 48, 49. 5i, 52 

53. 54, III 



Sala, Mrs. J., 13 West 74th Street, New York City 76 

Salmon, Hamilton H., 135 Front Street, New York City ^ • . -53, 61, in 

Sampson, W. J., Youngstown, Ofiio 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 81, 82, 83, 84, 87, 

89, 90. 91, 92, 113. 115 

Saportas, Master Martin Brown, The Rutland, 57th Street and Broadway. New 

York City 67, 81 



INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 263 



Sayles, F. C, Pavvtucket, R. I : S, lo, 12, 112 

Schawel, Jas.. Austin, 28 West 83d Street, New York City 47, 74 

Scrymser, Jas. A., 37 Wall Street, New York City ^ ^Zy 77 

Seagrist, Clarence E., 307 East i8th Street, New York City 74 

Seamans, Clarence W., 280 Broadway,^New York City 66, 78, 90 

Sherman, W. W., 24 East 55th Street, New York City 76 

Shaw, Robert G., 2d, Needham, Mass '. 85, 99, loi 

Shaw, Chas. A., 205 E. 38th Street, New York City , . . 44 

^hanley, Tom, 1476 Broadway, New York City 52, 54 

Shults, Jr., John H., 16 West 72d Street, New York City 31, 55, 116 

Simmoleaf Stock Farm, East Williston, L. 1 5 

Simpson, Wm., 91 Park Row, New York City 90, 91, 92 

Sloane, W. D., Lenox, Mass 25, 27, 36 

Smith, J. Clinch, 5 East 58th Street, New York City 45, 49, 74» 76, 77, m 

Smith, Andrew W., 45 Broadway, New York City 72 

Smith, J. Milne, 300 Walnut Avenue, Boston, Mass 112 

Smith, M., 243 East 20th Street, New York City 44 

Snowden, C. Randolph, Haverford, Pa 95, 96, 101, 102, 104 

Spanton, T., 316 West 44th Street, New York City 44 

Spratley, Jack, 1634 Broadway, New York City 74 

Stephenson, R. J., Model Farm, Shrewsbury, N. J 76 

Stephenson, care of Thos. G. Corvan, 122 West 54th Street, New York City 54 

Stevens, C. Albert, Roslyn, L. 1 85 

Stevens. Frederick C, Attica,- N. Y 21, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, zZf 34, 35, 47, 48, 51, 5^, 

53, 54. 55, 56, 57, 61, 6z, 64, no, in 

Stillman, Jas., 7 East '40th Street, New York City 51, 52, 53, 54 

Stokes, H. B., 6S Broadway, New York City 75 

Stotesbury, E. T., Philadelphia, Pa 19 

Strauss & Hexter, 1722 Broadway, New York City 47, 48, 51, 7Z 

Stumpp, Geo. M., 58th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York City 43 



Tailer, J. B., 2 East 12th Street, New York City 73, 83, 93, 99, loi, 102 

Tailer, J. Lee, 16 East 72d Street, New York City 72, 77, 94, 96, loi, 102, 116 

Tailer, Mrs. T. Suflfern, 122 East 37th Street, New York City 47, 48, 49, 61 

Talmage, E. T. H., Bernardsville, N. J J2, 73, 74, 76, 77 

Tallman, Miss M. A., 216 West 103d Street, New York City 76 

Tichenor & Co., M. H., Chicago, 111 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 

57, 60, 63, 70, 72, 73* 74 

Tielenius, C, 116 Waverly Place, New York City 78 

Thomas, Lewin Hartley, New Brighton, S. 1 83 

Thomas, Dr. T. Gaillard, 600 Madison Avenue, New York City 72 

Tod, Wm. Stewart, 45 Wall Street, New York City 72 

Thompson, Mrs. Wm. H., Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York City 77 

Turner, James, Old Slip and Water Street, New York City 73 

Tucker, Wilson Hatch, 1033 Fifth Avenue, New York City 98 

Tuite, John J., 223 East 39th Street, New York City 44 

Twaddell, E. W., Devon, Pa 26 



264 INDEX TO EXHIBITORS— Continued. 



u 

Ulman, J. Stevens, 193 William Street, New York City 95, 96, loi, 102 



Van der Poel, S. O., 47 East 25th Street, New York City 45, 7<5 

Van der Poel, Dr. John, j6 West 39th Street, New York City 99 

Vantine, A. A., 877-879 Broadway, New York City 43 

Van Zandt, H. F., New City, Rockland Co., N. Y 112 



w 

Wade, Charles, 200 West 53d Street, New York City 44 

Waldo, R., Madison Avenue and 72d Street, New York City 76 

WagstaflF, Geo. B., 21 West 21st Slreet, New York City 67, 81 

Wallace, John, 66 Broadway, New York City 45, 46; 47 

Watt, T. L., 605 Fifth Avenue, New York City 28, 66, 67. 68, 69, 70, 81, 82, 84 

87. 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 113, 114, 115 

Watt, Jr., Master T. L., 605 Fifth Avenue, New York City 66, 67, 81, 84, 87, 

90, 91, 92 
Weatherbee, Edwin H., 240 Madison Avenue, New York City 45, 46, 59A, 62, 67, 

72, 75, 1^. 81, 99 

Webb, W. S., Shelbourne, Vt 26, 29 

Whitman, C, Katonah, Westchester Co., N. Y •. 47, 51, 52 

Whitney, H. P., Westbury, L. 1 47, 49, 51, 52, 58, 61, dz, 94, 96, loi, 

102, 103, 104, 106 

Weston, Rensselaer, Goshen, N. Y 14 

White, Wm. J., Rockport, Ohio 16 

Widener, Jos. E., Ogontz, Pa 45, 46, 47. 48, 49, 50, 53, 55, 72, n, 7^. 77, 83, 97. 

97. 98, 99. 100, loi, 102, 103, 104, 105, III 

Widener, Jr., Geo. D., care of J. E. Widener, Ogontz, Pa 68 

Witzleben, Curt von, Mamaroneck, N. Y 70, 71, 88 

Witzleben, Master Robert, von, Mamaroneck, N. Y 30 

Wells, Lemuel E., The Dakota, West 72d Street, New York City 49. 66, 84 

Willets & Son, Edward, Roslyn, L. I '. 4. 5, 7, 112 

Whitcomb, Miss G. B., 161 West 72d Street, New York City 73 

White, Wm., 616 Second Avenue, New York City 44 

Wolbert, Corbin, 438 West 15th Street, New York City 17 

White, Wm. J., ^2y2 West 24th Street, New York City 44 

Wormser, Louis W., 15 Broad Street, New York City 45, 46. 47, 48, 49) 50, Si, 53, 

54. 55. 56, 57, 59A, 60, 61. 62, 63, 64, ill 



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EMORY McCLINTOCK, LL. D., F. L A^ 

Actuary. 

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MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



1. March, . 
t Overture, . 

3. Selection, 

4. Waltz, 

5. Song, 

6. Medley, 

7. Fantasib, 

8. Eccentricity, 



MONDAY AFTERNOON. 



. "Horse Show," . 

"Raymond,"* . 
. "Lady Slavey," . 

"Serenade," . 
"For All Eternity," . 
"A Gay Old Boy," 
. " Amaranthus," 
"Cotton Pickers," 

MUSIC BY LANDER, 



Lander 

Thomas 

KerJcer 

Herbert 

Mascheroni 

Beyer 

OMer 

Hare 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



MONDAY EVENING. 



1. March, 

2. Overture, 

3. Selection, 

4. Waltz, 

5. Medley, 

6. Selection, 

7. Cuban Dance, 

8. Potpourri, 



"Serenade," .... Herbert 

"Galathea," Suppe. 

. "Carmen," Bizet 

"Espanita," . . . " . . Rosey 

"A Pleasant Evening," .... Beyer 

"Prince Ananias," .... Herbert 

"Trocha," Tyers 

"Half a King," . . . Englander 

MUSIC BY LANDER. 

267 



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"Merit is the Hea¥y Miliery by vtfhich wt an consMnt// winning mtùriêB/'—J. P. P. -] 

Dr. J. PARKER PRAY CO. 

Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of 

DIAMOND NAIL ENAMEL 
♦♦♦ ONGOLffŒ, ROSALINE . . 
♦♦♦ CREAM VANOLA 

EMERY BOARD, Etc. . . .' . 

SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE STORES. J«J* &tabiUud I86& 

/9aI«#r9om«, Chiropodist and MaHiouro Parlors, 

10 and 19 Bast 9Sd Sèrost, JT. T. 

OSBORNE & SAUNDERS, 

NOVELTIES FOR MEN'S WEAR, 

JJ7J BROADWAY, Bet 27th and 28th Su 

ALLAN J. SAUNDERS, 

Formerly with Thos. Miller & Sons; Ingersoll & Glenney. 




6 SHIRTS TO ORDER $10.50. open evenings after theatre. 

J. REVNOLDS, 

102 East 58th Street, NEW YORK, one Door from S. e. comer Pmrk Avenue. 



PÇobes et Manteaux. 

Ball, Dinner and Evening Qowns a Specialty. 

Exclusive Imported Models. 



1Ro66'6 * IRoçal 



BSLFAST GZNGBK ALS. 

The Best «'Hunting Powder." 

*' Royal Soda" and Potash "Water. 

The Best Dilutants for Whisky. 
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FT. 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



TUESDAY AFTERN(X)N* 



1. March, 

2. Overture, 

3. Selection, 

4. Waltz, 

5. Ballad, 

6. Medley, 

7. Selection, 

8. Dance, . 



. ** Stars and Stripes," .... Son^a 

"Mignon," Thornas 

*' Circus Girl," Caryll 

. ** Tendresse,". . . . WaMteufd 

"The Song I Sang to You," . . MoUoy 

" Coon town Capers," . . . CliaMaway 

"Wizard of the Nile," . . . Herbert 

"Cocoanut," Herman 

MUSIC BY LANDER. 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



TUESDAY EVENING. 



1. March, 

2. Overture, 

3. Selection, 

4. Waltz, 

5. Song, 

6. Memoirs, 

7. Medley, . 

8. Chilian Dance, 



"La Reine de Saba," 
" William Tell," 
"La Poupée," . 
"Amité," . 
"The Silent Rose," 

"Verdi," . 
"A Good Thing," 
"Manana," . 



Oounod 
Boss i ni 
Audran 
Waldtevfel 
HerheH 
Godfrey 
, Beyer 
Missud 



MUSIC BY LANDER. 

269* 



Q* *^ Jailors '^' Importers Oy^ 

Leading Styles for Civilian Dress 

No. 34 East 20th Street 

NEAR BROADWAY NE'W YORK. 

ST. RAPHAEL WINE 

(Of France*) 

The *' Vin de St, Raphaël** of Messrs. Clément & Co., of Valence 

(Drome), France, is the recognized standard of pure 

dessert wines in Europe. 

It kida itlff«slloo Ê»no other wine does. 

The Treasury Hepart ment (Ciiiitfïm Kous<;) at Washington, D. C, has classified the 
" VJn de St. HapbaeL' as " unadulterated ^i\\\ winit,' That settles the question of purity. 

Letters and orders of many leadinj^r American physicians, who use St. Raphael Wine 
us an iiftiïr-diantr beverïifîe^ are on file in our Mew York office, 64 Broad Street This is 
OUT beat recommendation to the qoiiHumer. Bottled only at our headquarters at Valence 
T^hen properly fi|Lft;d in woud. 

For Sfile nt ACKER. HERRALL A CONDIT, PARK & TILPORD. 





*T4 

In hundreds of cases 
of KStored hearing 
[entire credit is given 
to that only scientific 
sound conductor— 



! 



WILSON'S ^^ 

''Common Sense'T^]^] 

EAR DRUM 

Safe. No Oanierout or Protr«din| Wiret. Comlortabit 
and IfifisiMa. 

New York City. Jan 13. 1897 
Wilson Ear Drum Co.: 

Gentlemen— I take great pleasure tn saying that the 
Ear Drums purchased of you in ^uly. 
1895. have given me the most perfect 
satisfaction- 

1 have worn them constantly since that 
time, and have taken occasion to recom- 
mend them to every person 1 have met 
since I have had them that were afflicted 
with deafness I will heartily recom- W^^^^^' J Â 
mend them to any one you may desire to KL^I^H^m g m 
refer to me. — — ' ^ * # T 

Very truly yours, 

A. F. White. 78 William St. 

Hundreds of similar tributes are published in our little 
book mailed free. 

WILSON EAR DRUM CO., 

T U>iner ast" i>i., iltt BrM4waj. Mew V«Hu 



f 

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: 




i 



Marrkil & Co., 

n. riARRKIL, 
late with stem Broi 

Ladies' Tailors and 
Furriers. 



RIDING HABITS. 
BICYCLE SUITS. 



Nos. 2 and 4 West 33d Street. 

Opposite •< Hotel Waldorf," 

NEW YORK. 



270 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 



1. March, 


" Le Prophète," 


Meyerbeer 


2. Selection, 


. '* Chieftain," . 


Sullivan 


3. Caprice, 


. "Zanzibar," 


Oilder 


4. Waltz, . 


. ''Spanish Beggar Girl," . 


. OHh 


5. Selection, 


"la Gay New York," 


Kerker 


6. Mazurka, 


. "La Czarina," . 


. Oanne 


7. Song, 


. "Sadie, My Lady," . 


. BraUon 


S. Eccentric, 


. "Kansas City," . 


. Pryor 



MUSIC BY LANDER. 



THE MOST ACCEPTABLE 

HOLIDAY GIFT 



TO A LADY OR GENTLEMAN IS 
UNQUESTIONABLY ONE OF . . . 




UMBRELLAS 

Renowned the world over for their strength, 
grace, light weight and durability. 

Î Barclay St*^ near Broadway, 
Depot: ^^THE REGENT/' 
58 West 23d Street 

Our stock of high-grade Ladies' Umbrellas 

is unsurpassed anywhere in the 

United States. 



J. F.Goodrich & Co. 

684 Broadway^ at 3d St^ 

MAMUFAOTUBEBS OF 

FINE CARRIAGES. 




Broughams and Rockaways 
a Specialty. 

Complete Variety of Carriages for 
Pall and Winter. 

fcEJSXABLISMKD 1830. 



271 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME 



WEDNESDAY EVENING. 



1. March, . . . "Egyptian," 

2. Overture, . " Morning, Noon and Night," 

3. Selection, .... ** Serenade," 

4. Waltz, . . . . ** Confidence," 

5. Potpourri, . . . "Faust," 

6. Medley, . . "Mother Was a Lady," 

7. Fackeltanz in B, . . 

8. Patrol, . . . "Jolly Cadet," 



Strauss 

Suppe 

Herbert 

Waldteufel 

Gounod 

' Beyer 

Meyerbeer 

Gilder 



MUSIC BY LANDER* 



The first ** Bank of Deposit ** that 

provided separate banking 

facilities for women^ 

A. I>, 1S09. 



J. L. RiKER, V. P. 



J. S. Case» Cashier. 



HI 



SSÎ2!? National Bank 

OP the city op new YORK. 

Fifth Avenue, Cor. 23d Street, 
(Under Fifth A venae Hotel.) 



Invites Business, Personal or Family accounts 
and affords every facility for the accommodation 
of customers. In connection with the Bank are 
the Rooms and vault of 



The Fifth Avenue Safe Deposit 
Company f 

The Vault of this Company is entirely outside the 
BuHdingy and is absolutely Firt and Burglar 
Proof. 



Theo. Gunsel k Son, 

3 Fourth Ave., New York. 



Metropolitan • 
Decoration • • 
Establishment 



SILK FLAGS AND BANNERS 
A SPECIALTY. 



BADGES AND ROSETTES, 



THE DECORATIONS FOR THIS SHOW FUR- 
NISHED BY THE ABOVE FIRM. 



272 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 



1. March, 


. ''Aida," 


Verdi 


2. Overture, 


"Berlin," 


Conradi 


3. Selection, 


''Gaiety Girl," 


• • • 


4. Waltz, 


*'LaSerenata," 


Jaxone 


5. Potpourri, 


"Erminie," 


Jakobowski 


6. Song, 


"In Dreamland," 


Herbert 


7. Selection, 


"Brian Boru," . 


Edwards 


8. Medley, 


" All the Rage," 
MUSIC BY LANDER. 


Beyer 


jTfet^ ...-h. 



\(7J\^JàK^ 



w^ 



FINE TAILORING AT 
MODERATE PRICES. 



IMPORTING TAILOR, 

362 West 32d St. (Bet. 8th & 9th Aves.). 



ROBES. 



MTWTEaUX. 




49 CAST I9TH 5TRCCT. 

Bridal ouTrus, reception wd evening gowns, 
walking costumes 7wd wraps. 

Mourning dresses made at eive hours' notice. 
Orders promptly attended to. 



273 





B^^ipj''''^"-^''^§eâlsKin Garments. 

^ovelh. SABLES. SEAL PERSIAN. MlNJy 
J\ovvt ^^ CHWCHILLA. MARTEN, hc 
r Lêtest (fes/àns. PJchLinms. '' - ' • ■ 



.^^ 



ÎF. I^ïWi^ a IDîRf!>, 



^^.ti:m^m^. '^BM^:'t£t^.,^ eS 



SrrYLE, ÎJdCiK AXAtLtD t/^O/^ ,APpi.iCÀTiQ/V. 







i ^^V^k^^^A HOLI DAY QOODS 

<«»^NOW READY. 






ÏTOYSI 



30WEST23d. ST. 

NEW YORK 



BstthUshed laôS. 




DOlimiESuilOYELTIES. 



Tricycles, Velocipedes, ^ 
Wagons and 

^' EHGUSH BiBT COiCBES. ETC. 



Established 1866. 



Tlje Origiijal Fjarry Seni^ii^gs 

Practical Rat Catching and Vermin Exterminating Establishment. 

Mic«, Ro«ch«s, Wator Bugs and Varmin Extarminatod. 

Hotels, Stores, Flats and Private Houses Cleaned on Reasonable Terms. Contracts taken by the job, monthly or >-earlv 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. 
«• DEAD SHOT " I NSECT POWDER. Beware of imitators. l»rice, 20, 40 and 80 Cents per Box. Orders sent by Mail attended to. 

379 BROOME STREET, 



Between Mott sKn4 Nulberry 
BlreeU, K* T. 



274 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME 



THURSDAY EVENING. 



1. March, 

2. Selection, 

3. Waltz, 

4. Overture, 
6. Selection, 

6. Miserere, 

7. Potpourri, 

8. Medley, 



^'El Capitan,". 
'* Tabasco," 
. ''Espana," 
''Crème de la Crème," 

"Robin Hood," 
. *'I1 Trovatore," 

''Patience," 
"A Gay Old Time," 

MUSIC BY LANDER. 



Sousa 

Chadwiek 

Waldteufel 

Laurandeau 

DeKoven 

. Verdi 

, SnUivan 

. Beyer 



IVORY MINIATURES. 



CARBONS. CRAYONS AND PASTELS 



PACH BROS., oft PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

93^ Broadway, Cor. 22d St., New York. 

Branch Establishments : 

Cambridge, Mass. ; New Haven, Conn. ; West Point, N. Y. ; 

Long Branch and Ocean Grove, N. J. 




Lithia and Vichy with Lithia, Double Carlsbad, Marienbad, Kissingen, Ems, 
5chwaibach, Pyrmont, Kissingen Bitterwater, Pullna, 6:c. 

Analyzed by the principal professors of chemistry in 1862 and indorsed as absolntcly pure and of 
correct composition ; prescribed by the medical profession ; used by over 700 physicians and their families; 
by hospitals, clubs, hotels, first class public places, and thousands of private families. 

THC ONLY PURC 7\ND CORRECT MINERAL WATERS 50LD IN THIS GTV T0-D7W. 

Address Orders 430 to 440 FIRST AVENUE, NEW YORK. 



275 



1 



LATEST ^ ^ ^ 
CREATIONS IN *»t ^ 



FINE » FURS 

•^ J^ IMPERIAL RUSSIAN SABLES J^ J^ 



<> 

o 



o 



I 




¥?¥v^jjm -w 



<- 










SEAL AND PERSIAN BLOUSE JACKETS, COATS, &c., 

OPERA WRAPS, CAPES AND COLLARETTES 
IN GREAT VARIETY. 



t^Gentlemen^s Fur-Lined Coats^ Robes^ Caps and Gloves^o^ 

A. iJAECKEL, 

FURRIER, 

Nineteenth Street, between Broadway and Fifth Avenue. 

Telephone, 782 lath St. 

276 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 





• 


FRroAY AFTERNOON. 




1. 


March, 


''Handicap," 


Mosey 


2. 


OVBBTURE, 


" Light Cavalry," 


Suppe 


3. 


Selection, 


"Red Hussar," 


Solomon 


4. 


Waltz, 


. "Mon Rêve," . 


Waldteufel 


5. 


Potpourri, 


"La Poupée," . 


. Avdran 


6. 


Inplammatus, 


. " Stabat Mater," . 


Rossini 


7. 


Selection, . 


" Yeoman of the Guard," 


Sullivan 


8. 


Medley, . 


"A Jolly Night," 


Beyer 



MUSIC BY LANDER- 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



FRIDAY EVENING 



1. March, 

2. Selection, 

3. Fantasie, 

4. Waltz, 

5. Selection, . 

6. Morceaux, 

7. Potpourri, 

8. Patrol, . 



"Valerosa," WiUig 

. "Little Christopher," .... GœryU 
"Pearl of the Gardens," . . . Wiegand 

. "Symposia," Bendix 

"Serenade," .... Herbert 

" Amaranthus," Gilder 

"Carmen," Bizet 

"Rastus on Parade," .... Mills 

MUSIC BY LANDER- 

277 




BLUE RIBBON WIHHERS! 

Bouillon Capsules i:^:^ZlZ:^, ^on.. 
Liquid Bouillon 7«ur/.^X™rt.r 

DOUlllOn Cordial thesystem^^^Make^sUfe^worth^Uving. 



AT ALL FltfST'CLASS DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS. 

VVtTi. B. Park:insoi\ 

BUILDER 

No5. 104 and 106 
East 27th Street 

Near 4th Avtnut 

NEW YORK. 

Special Attention given to Repairing. Carriage Carling during the Show. 

Telephone, 684-1 8th St. 

R. F^. RAULME St CO., 

Ladies' 
Patent Tailors, 

60 East 25tli St., Cor. 342 Fourth Ave., 
.»» .»» NEW YORK. J» J» 





This firm is distinguished 
for its superior productions 
and moderate prices. 



278 



MUSICAL PROGRAMME. 



SATURDAY AFTERNCXJN. 

1. March, .... ''Serenade," Herbert 

2. Overture, . . . " Galathea," Suppe 

3. Selection-, . . "Circus Girl," Jov^es 

4. Waltz, . . . "Sorosis," Keyser 

5. Medley, . . . " A Pleasant Evening," .... Beyer 

6. Song, ... " For All Eternity," . . . Mascherœii 

7. Mazurka, . . . "La Czarina," . . . . . Qanne 

8. Potpourri, . . " Whirl of the Town," .... Jones 

MUSIC BY LANDER. 

Medal and Diploma, Cïùcmo, 188ii 

BURT'S RELIABLE SHOES. 

Everything Desirable in Fine H:v^\ 

Footwear for all 
Seasons. 

"^^'^ 

E)*'irtp&_Xv ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ STREET. ^'Q^^ 





279 



MlJfSICAL PROGRAMME. 



SATURDAY EVENING. 



1. March, . 


. ''Egyptian," . 


Strmi^s 


2. Overture, . 


''Mignon," 


Thomas 


3.. Selection, 


. "T.a Poupée," 


Audran 


4. Waltz, 


" Ange de Amour," 


WakUeufel 


5. Selection, . 


. " Prince Ananias," . 


Herbert 


6. Medley, . 


. " Coontown Capers," . 


Chafiaway 


7. Potpourri, . 


"Faust," 


Oounod 


8. Eccentricity, . 


"Cotton Pickers," . 
MUSIC BY ÈANDER* 


. Hare 



R SILVERMAN, 



LADIES' TAILOR 



AND 



HABIT MAKER, 



THE ONLY MAKER OF 

H. SILVERMAN'S 

SAFETY AND PERFECT-FITTING 

RIDING SKIRT. 

(Patented.) 



9 East 30th Street, 

Near Fifth Avenue, . 



NEW YORK. 



280 



PEPPER WHISKY. 

ESTABLISHED 1780. 

Buy Qenuine 

Distillery Bottling Only 

PBOM 

Honest Dealers or tue Distillery Direct 




AKD THUS 



AVOID IMITATIONS AND 
REFILLED BOTTLES. 

Q«niiliM distllUry bottllsff of Old Pepp«r Whiaky, dittfll«d only br Jm. B. P«pp«r 
St Co., LeziiiJixon, Kt , under tho tamo formula for mor« than 100 years, ie guar- 
anteed absolutely the purest and best in tbe world. Sample case, $16.00^ bent 
on trial, which, It not perfectly satlsfactoryi can be returned and money will 
be refunded. 

R«ad And •«▼• Conpoas •» G«ooiii« Distillery 
BottliSBK of Old P«pp«r Wbtolcjr Asd ••• wbo s«t» 
tli« $I,000.00 In I8»7»ln Addition to $1.00 por doo. 

J. H. DAVIDSON & CO., Distribstcrs, 1381 Broadway, N. Y. 




MRTTHEW I. POX, 
TRILOR& - - 
- - IMPORTER 



BROADWAY AND TWENTY-FIFTH STREET 

(Towmcod BiiOdlBe)» 



CORRECT STYLES 



Dewar's Scotch Whi^ki 

FRED. 6LAS8UP» Sole Agent for the U. S., 22 West 24th Street, New Toi 




HARRIS & NIXON, 

HAflNESS (FINE LONDON, WEST END) SftDDLERY, 
No, 13 WEST 37th STREET, 

NEW YORK, 



3rKckrthH&iiiBtï««t. 



WMblnftOD, D. C* 

1511 H Btnek N. W. 



Hewport, B, I. 



We have furnished more Harness Appointments to prize winners at 
Horse Shows than any other house, 







'i 



nnJi^r a. 



Wc wtl] moll a 2-iiuiicc sairt]^ Inn of AMORtTA to any addresj 
La the Ualted 5tatej oa receipt of 25 conti. 



•WAR'S SccTCH Whisky 

edtls Awarded tat BxceUeiicj. At mppiied to lier MiUeity tbe Queen, and the Rojal Famllj 



THE NEW YORK PUBLIC UBRA.RY 
REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 



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