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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, January 28, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899012801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, January 28, 1899 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  ' ' ' " SATIJRD.JjAIsrnAE.Y VOL. V. NO. 24. CHICAGO, 28, 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS Stables at Lexington STABLES AT LEXINGTON. The Thoroughbred Record prints the following list of the horse3 in training at Lexington. Before long they will all b3 sent along sharply in preparation for the campaign of 1899. Horses in the Blue Grass region have as a rule passed the winter so far in sturdy good health, and from the list here reproduced the victors in many a hot contest of the future are no doubt destined to come. Owen Bradley, Owner and Trainer. Padrone, br. h, 4, by Blue Eyes Acasia. Rubel, b. f.3, by Blue Eyes Maya. John Buckley, Owner and Trainer. Bay colt, 2, by Stratamore Minnehaha Belle. Ed Brown (Brown Dick), Owner and Trainer. Charles Anderson, Assistant Trainer. False Leaf, b. g, 3, by Falsetto Fillide. Souchon, b. f,3, by Himyar Tarentella. Pride of the Barn, b. f, 2, by Esher Pride of Montrose. Lew Craft, b. c, 2, by Esher Aunt Jane. Chestnut colt, 2, by Esher Princess. Chestnut colt, 2, by Spendthrift Phillipe. Chestnut colt, 2, by July Tortosa. T. G. Calvort, Owner Bay Paul, Trainee. Odaliche, blk. f, 4, by The Chevalier Atilla Mare. Genghis Khan, br. g, 3, by The Chevalier Atilla Mare. Carl C, ch. c, 3, by Ben Strome Sweet Genevieve. Hellebush, b g, 3, by Favor Martha Burch. J. E. P., b. g, 3, by Perblaise Primrose. Aconitine, gr. f, 3, by Sir Dixon Aconite. Banda Rossa, b. f, 3, by Favor Restless. Prince of Bourbon, ch. c, 2, by Prince of Monaco Resaca. Jean Payne, b. f, 2, by Springland Aunt Anne Lady Adair, b. f, 2, by Hawkesley Happiness El Trovia, b. f, 2, by Wagner Ina Rapture. E. Carroll, Owner and Trainer. Lena Meyers, blk. f, 4, by Montana Regent-Pike's Peak. Lee Christy, Owner and Trainer. Dr. Nembula, b. c, 3, by Portland Claret, T. Dolan and T. F. Sellers, Owners John Elliott, Trainer. The Devil, b, c, 4, by Major Richards Patagonia. Major Bell, ch. c, 3, by Major Richards Blue Belle. Musket, b. c, 3, by Major Richards Pop Gun. Bay Ally, 2, by Major Richards Blue Belle. Chestnut colt, 2, by Candlemas Verdict. Bay colt. 2, by Teuton Silk Stockings. Bay filly, 2, by Fordham Heartsease. Chestnut filly, 2, by Deceiver Tortuga. Westly Fields, Owner and Trainer. Giey John, gr. g, 5, by Farandole Susie P. Mertie Reed, b. m, 5, by Cavalier Baracola. Will Grater, Owner and Trainer. McFarland II., ch. c, 4, by Whistle Jacket-Queen of Elizabeth. I Walter Grater, Owner and Trainer. Lyllis, b. f, 4, by Cbaraxus Elite, by Eolue, Friesland, ch. c, 3, by Fonso Carline. E. L. Graves, Owner and Trainer. Theory, b. f, 3, by Esher Morning Glory. Bay filly, 2, by Albert Bullet. Chestnut filly, 2, by Albert Entricia. Chestnut filly, 2, by Pirate of Penzance Varna, Briwn colt, 2. by Spendthrift Varina. Chestnut colt, 2, by Spendthrift Palmetto. E. T. Graves, Own6r George Graves, Trainer, San Jnan, b. h, 5, by Julien Perissa. Albertvale, b, h, 5, by Albert Montvale. Huffman, b. h, 5, by Eberlee Coupee. Prince C, b. c,, by Wagner Sue Finnie, Bridgeford, b. c, 3, by Donatello Ban Dixie. Reflect, ch. f, 3, by Long Dance Reflection. Bay colt, 2, by Duke of Montrose Kitty H. Chestnut colt, 2, Springbox Lorraine. Chestnut colt, 2, by Donatello Lady Rossing-ton. Bay filly, 2, by Donatello Nellie Whitaker. Black colt, 2, by Burlington Rosalia. John Hall, Owner and Trainer, Ban Burry, ch. c, 2, by Ban Chief Medusa III. Deceptive, b. f, 2, by Deceiver Mildred. Bay filly, 2, by Deceiver Susie Kirwin, Brown filly, 2, by Bob Miles Spider. E. C. Headley Public Stable. Orso, b. g, 3, by Fortissimo Kindina. Drambury, b. c, 2, by Deceiver Confidence. Commonwealth's Attorney, ch. c, 2, by Audrain Justicia. The Milliner, b. f, 2, by Ben Strome Briar. Honey wood, ch. f, 2, by Jim Gore Quintette. S. K. Hughes & Co., Owners S. K. Hughes, Trainer. Ericson, ch. c. 3, by King Eric Electrical. Furo, b. c, 3, by Fonso Mildred. Norma Taylor, br. f, 3, by Major Tom Ada. Bay colt. 2, by Hanover Orlie. Bay colt, 2, by Deceiver Nantucket. Chestnut colt, 2, by Deceiver Sallie R. Bay filly, 2, by Deceiver Adele M. Bay filly, 2. by Teuton Mildred. Jackson Bros., Owners George Jackson, Trainer. Charley Williams, ch. c, 3, by Autocrat Flon-datt. Chestnut filly, 2, by Macduff Rhody Gale. Black filly, 2, by Pirate of Penzance Lady Milward. Howard McCorkle, Owner. Billy House, ch. c, 3, by Terra Cotta Tag-lioni. Lightning Express, blk. c, 3, by Order Fal-sina. Bassoon, ch. c, 2, by Julien Baracola. Maple, b. f, 2, by Purse Bearer Maid Albion. Loka, b. f, 2, by Julien Brooklet. Brown filly, 2, by Tournament Elf. Henry McDaniel Public Stable. Box, ch. h, 5, by Order Pandora. Al Sirat, b. c, 3, by Bersan Catherine Bassett The Bondman, b. c, 3, by Rossington Helena. Terrene, spayling, 3, by Terra Cotta Duchess of Montrose. Chestnut colt, 2, by Order Toloache. Chestnut filly, 2, by Wagner Glen Belle. J. Claude Mdam, Owner and Trainer. Star Dust, ch. f, 3, by Hanover Gleam. Scarlet and Green, ch. f , 3, by Hanover Device. Princess Callera, b. f, 2, by Prince James Callera. R. Miller, Owner and Trainer. Fanfaronade, ch. c, 4, by Prince Royal Fanfare. Chestnut colt, 3, by Fortissimo Queen Eliza-Beth. Queen Eric, ch. f,2, by King Eric Fragrance. Morgan, Sloan & Jones, Owners Wiley Morgan, Trainer. Necklace, blk. m, 5, by Vocalic Brooklet. Frosty, ch. f , 4, by Pirate of Penzance Wrong. Will Williamson, gr. c, 3, by Sleipner Alfida. Queenstock, b. f, 2, by Kingstock Dida. Judge Riley, b. c, 2, by Sidney Linnette. j Oots Bros, & McChesney, Owners Frank Oot3, Trainer, Dutch Comedian, ch. c, 4, by Teuton Mod-jesca. Margaret Jane, ch. f, 4, by Macduff Strath-maid. The Sluggard, b. c, 3, by Bermuda Hindoo-well. Mazo, ch. c, 3, by Rossington Bona B. Rosa Masso, b, f, 3, by Rossington Marjory, Fatherland, b. c, 3, by Falsetto Penumbria. Brown colt, 2, by dtrathmore Longalight. Bay colt, 2, by Candlemas Virginia. Chestnut colt, 2, by Hi Ban Kate Bensberg, Chestnut colt, 2, by The Kaiser Bettie Archer. Bay filly 2, by Harry O'Fallon Strathmaid. Bay filly 2, by St. George Aurora. Bay Ally 2, by Strathmore Ray W. James Perkin3, Owner and Trainer. Ben O'Fallon, ch. g, 4, by Harry O'Fallon Emma C. John Rodegap, Owner and Trainer. Don Orsino, b. c, 4, by Candlemas Goldie Cad Hindoonet, ch. c, 4, by Hindoo Jaconet. Ferroll, b. f, 4, by Himyar Madam Julie. Rockland, blk. c, 3, by Portland Farfadette. Fontaiuebleu, b. c, 3, by Oddfellow Sister to Pendleton No. 1. Chestnut gelding, 2, St. Leonards Illogical. Bay colt, 2, by Julien Gracie R. Wm. Steele, Owner and Trainer. Bay filly, 2, by Julien Jolly Nun. B. G. Thomas, Owner J. T. Clay, Trainer. Sis Vic, b. f, 3, by Victory Sis Himyar. Favor L., ch. f , 2, by Himyar Favor. Jural, b. f, 2, by Victory Juror. Reception, b. f, 2, by Victory Rejection. Gold Tread, b. f, 2. by Himyar Eleanora B. Jennie Monroe, cb. f, 2, by Masetto Hazem. Jewel Banner, b. f, 2, by Himyar Jewel Ban. W. M. Wallace, Owner Arthur Carr, Trainer. Romp, ch. h, 5, by Hayden Edwards On-virlace Panmure, b. h, 5, by Tenny Queer Girl. Banished, b. c. 4, by Longstreet Exile. Bay colt, 2, by Himyar Mattie Stanley. Bay colt 2, by Blue Eyes Chantress. Latonia Stake Entries LATpNIA STAKE ENTRIES. The entries to the Latonia Jockey Club Stakes that closed January 14 are very satisfactory in every respect, except in the cases of the Derby, Oaks and Himyar Stakes of 1900. In these important fixtures there is a falling off as compared with the present year, the entries for the two yeais being as follows: 1899. 1900. Loss. Latonia Derby 128 9S 32 Latonia Oaks 107 62 45 Himyar Stakes 129 91 38- Totals 364 249 115 The Memphis Derby showed the same falling off for 1900 as compared with 1899, that event having but 85 entries for 1909 against 119 for this year, and that, too, when entrance was free, This very marked decline in number of entries to such valuable 3-year-old stakes is not easy to account for. It does not, however, necessarily indicate that the fields to start next year will be less in number or quality than those of the present year. The entries to the other stakes were as follows: Spring meeting stakes, 1899: Clipsetta Two-year-old fillies, 5-8 mile, 62 entries. Harold Two-year-old colts, 5-8 mile, 73 entries. Sensation Two-year-olds, 54 mile, 53 entries. Latonia Spring Prize Three-year-olds, handicap, 1 1-8 miles, 33 entries. Tobacco Three-year-olds and upward, sailing, 1 mile, 56 entries. Decoration Three-year-olds, handicap, 1 1-8 miles, 41 entries. Cincinnati Hotel Three-year-olds, handicap, 1 1-16 miles, 55 entries. Fall meeting stakes, 1899: Kimball Two-year-old colts, 3-4 mile, 79 entries. Zoo Zoo Two-year-old fillies, 3-4 mile, 51 entries. Kentucky Central Two-year-olds, 1 mile, 52 entries. With such horses as Isabey, Han d'Or, Sau-ber, Senator Bland, Remp, Banished, Panmure, Lieber Karl, Sea Lion, Meadowthorpe, Don-cella, Manuel, Kentucky Colonel, Goodrich, Onomastus, Ramiro II,. What Next, Orimar, George Krats, The Barrister, Alleviate, Three Bars, Algol, Macy, W. Overton, Ordnung, Gallivant, May Hempstead, John Bright, Fleisch-manu, Batten, Rush, Spirituelle, The Kentuck-ian, Guess Me, Judge Taivin, Cathedral, John Havlin and Volandies among the entries to the stakes for 3-year-olds and upward it is not hard to conjecture that racing of the first order will be witnessed at Latonia next May and June. Among the owners who have made entries to one or more of the events are : H E Leigh, E F Simms, R Tucker, G A Singerly, Rutlidge& Stevens, H L Frank, Furst Bros., J T Stewart, C F Buschmeyer, D N Prewitt, E S Gardner & Son, W F Schulte, W P Givens, J W Schorr & Son, J K Redmon, C F McLean, A H&D H Morris, W H McCorkle, R W Walden, Headley & Norton, W H Laudeman, E Frazer, Eageman AWillerson, W M Wallace, M Doyle, Talbot Bros., T H Blackburn & Co., T McDowell, S S Brown, C H Williams, R Rome, T Agnew, W & A McGuigan, C T Patterson, A Cahn, J Cahn, E Corrigan, P Dunne, Woodford & Buckner, J D Smith, J B Lowman, W S Barnes, J B Bespass, E T Graves, S K Hughes, Ed Brown, G C Bennett, H J Scoggan, G J Long, Middleton & Jungbluth, Baker & Gentry, McChesney & Oots, F B Harper, R M Fiaher, WShowalter, Robin-son & Leach, R J Harwick. Steward Rankin Resigns STEWARD RANKIN RESIGNS. New Oeleans, La., Jan. 27. R. O. Rankin, chairman of the board of racing stewards, has resigned. He will retire tomorrow night. The club officials are trying to get Judge Rees to fill the position. Notes of the Turf j NOTES OF THE TURF. The bookmakers and turfites are talking a good deal these days of the heavy hauls and terrific plunges of Harry Hill, an Australian, who has come into prominence only since the "winter" meeting bagan at Oakland last October. Last Saturday he bet George Rose $600 on one horse that won, and in the next race, the last of the day, shouted from the next book (in which he is interested) : "Do you want a thousand on Bendoran?" Mr. Rose took the bet, laying 6 to 5 against the horse, which won all the way. He frequently has from $2,000 to $3,000 on a race. Those in a position to judge pretty well say Hill is $50,000 to the good here. The peculiar part of itis that he knows little of "form"or "prices," yet wins with wonderful regularity. San Francisco Examiner. Charles Green of St. Louis, who for some years past has held a mortgage for $30,030 on the Lexington rasetrack, has, it is reported, determined to cut the track up into lots and sell it out as fast as possible. Lexington opinion is to the effect that he will be a long time in getting his money back in that fashion, more eligibly situated town lots being numerous and a drug on the market. Henry Griffin, deemed the premier jockey of the United States only four years ago, is reported to have determined to engage in book-making this year. He quit riding because he found that reducing was undermining his health and has bson but little heard of during the last two years. It was formerly his commonly reported intention to eventually become a lawyer. G. Walbaum has joined the colony of turfmen and bookmakers at Hot Springs, Ark. Dally Racing Form In San Francisco. Readers of Daxly Baoinq Fosm in San Fran cisoo can gat the paper regularly from Foster & Orear, Ferry Building, foot of Market Street, Page  VOIi. I. SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 4899. STO. 5. American Turf Congress Record SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. ISSUED WEEKLY. The Record is the Official Organ of the American Turf Congress. Published for the Congress by Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 121-126 FIFTH AYENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. Editor, F. H. Brunell. CHICAGO, ILL., JANUARY 28, 1899. The American Turf Congress THE AMERICAN TURE CONGRESS. President S. R. Montgomery, Memphis, Tenn Vice-President Robert Aoll, St. Louis, Mo. Treasurer O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary E. C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS MEMBERS. Kentucky Association, of Lexington, Ky. New Louisville Jockey Club, of Louisville, Ky. Latonia Jockey Club, of Covington, Ky. St. Louis Jockey Club, of St. Louis, Mo. Tennessee Breeders Association, of Nashville, Tenn. New Memphis Jockey Club, of Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas Jockey Club, of Little Rock, Ark. Cincinnati Live Stock and Driving Park Co., of Cincinnati, O. New Louisiana Jockey Club, of New Orleans, La. Pacific Coast Jockey Club, of San Francisco, Cal. Queen City Jockey Club, of Newport, Ky. Washington Park Club, of Chicago, HI. Chicago Racing Association, of Chicago, 111. Highland Park Club, of Detroit, Mich. Harlem Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Committee on Appeals. E. F. Clay, Paris, Ky. Gen. W. H. Jackson, Nashville, Tenn. George G. Perkins, Covington, Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Jas. H. Rees, Memphis, Tenn. E. C. Hopper, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Committee on Rules. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. L. P. Taelton, Lexington, Ky. E. C. Hopper, 23 Kearney Street, San Fran-1 cisco, Cal. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS HISTORY. The creation idea of the American Turf Congress is shown in the following by-law: This organization shall be known as the American Turf Congress, and has for its object the improvement of the breed and the development of horses through promotion of the interests of the American running turf; the prevention, detection and punishment of fraud thereon; and the adoption of regulations and rules, to be known as the American Racing Rules for the uniform government of racing. The following are the first minutes of the American Turf Congress, as shown by its records: Louisville, Ky,, Nov. 21, 1883. The Turf Committee met at the rooms of the Louisville Jockey Club at 12 o'clock, Wednesday, November 21st, the following gentlemen being present: T. J. Megibben and E. D. Lawrence, Latonia Jockey Club, Covington, Ky.; 1 James F. Robinson, Kentucky Association, Lex- i ington, Ky. ; John M. Harney and L. A. Clark, i St. Louis Jockey Club, St. Louis, Mo.; James Franklin and G. W. Darden, Blood Horse Asso- i ciation, Nashville, Tenn. ; R. C. Pate and D. L. Hall, Driving Park, Chicago, 111.; J. E. Brew- 1 ster, Washington Park, Chicago, 111.; R. W. Simmons, New Orleans Jockey Club and Brighton Beach, N. Y.; R. S. Montgomery, Jockey Club, Memphis, Tenn., M. L. Clark and B. G. i Bruce, Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky. The breeding and racing interest was repre- 1 sented by C. L. Hunt, St. Louis, Mo., Charles 1 Reed, Saratoga, N. Y., Gen. A. Buford and John 1 Funk, Kentucky. 1 The meeting was called to order by Col. M. L. Clark, who stated that the object for which the meeting had been called was to establish a uniform scale of weights and adopt suitable rules for the government of racing and to take action : in all matters that would tend to advance racing interests in all parts of America. ' On Colonel Clark's motion T. J. Megibben was called to the chair and B. G. Bruce ap- . pointed secretary. Colonel Hunt moved that a committee of five be appointed on a scale of weights, and the chair appointed Colonel Clark, G. W. Darden, L. A. Clark, R. W. Simmons and Colonel Hunt. Colonel Clark moved that a committee be appointed to frame a uniform set of rules which was carried and the chair appointed Messrs. Lawrence, Harney, Brewster, Franklin, Pate, Simmons, Montgomery and Bruce. In order to give the committees time to prepare their reports the convention adjourned until 7:30 p.m. On re-assembling the committee on weights submitted their report which was adopted without discussion. The committee on rules not being ready to report were given further time and made their report on Friday morning at 9 o'clock, and the by-laws, rules and regulations and betting rules were adopted as published. Captain Franklin moved, and it was adopted, that clubs running under these rules agree to harmonize in all things as far as practicable and especially as to the time of holding their meetings, and will not by extra days before or after the regular time, interfere with time of other associations. On motion of Colonel Clark, which was adopted, the different associations and clubs were requested to run under these rules and regulations as adopted by this convention so as to secure uniformity in racing and its government. On motion B. G. Bruce was elected secretary for the ensuing year. On motion Chicago, 111., was selected for the next meeting, the second Wednesday in November, 1884. There being no further business the convention adjourned. B. G. Bruce, Secretary. The next meeting was held at Chicago, 111., on November 12, 1884. The minutes were as follows: Chicago, III., Nov. 12, 1884. The convention met at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, November 12, 1884, at the office of the Washington Park Club, Palmer House, Chicago, 111. In the absence of the president the secretary called the meeting to order, and by unanimous vote, Col. M. Lewis Clark was called to the chair. Several telegrams and letters were read authorizing parties to act for their clubs and letters from Monmouth Park, Jerome Park and Coney Island declining to send delegates. The following clubs were represented : Louisiana Jockey Club, Memphis Jockey Club, Louisville Jockey Club, Kentucky Association, Lexington, Ky.; Latonia Jockey Club, Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. ; Pittsburg Jockey Club, Brighton Beach Association and Washington t Park Club, Chicago, 111. On motion of J. E. Brewster the rules of racing were taken up ,apthe convention went into executive sessionjjeir consideration. The rules were 'CTBasidored each by each i i i i 1 i 1 1 1 1 : ' . t i and the changes made are published in the rules. j On motion of Colonel Clark, which was adopted, the forfeit orders issued by Chicago t Driving Park in 1884 would not be recognized by other clubs, as they had failed to pay their r own purses. j A new by-law was adopted defining the duties , of the secretary and fixing his salary at $100 per annum (for which, see in the by-laws). B. G. Bruce was elected secretary for the com- ing year and St. Louis was selected for the next meeting of the convention on the second Wednesday of November, 1883. There being no further business the convention adjourned Thursday evening, November 13, 1884. B. G. Bruce, Secretary. The next meeting was held at St. Louis, November 11, 1883. Gen. J. F. Robinson was made president. j The next meeting was held at Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 10, 1886. For the first time in the minutes the name American Turf Congress appears. Always heretofore the assembly had been referred to as the "Convention," but at tliis meeting the minutes ! began "The American Turf Congress met," etc., etc. Mr. Charles Green was made president. Judging from the rules the name American Turf Congress was adopted at the 1883 meeting, and so appeared in the rules of 1886. The first secretary, B. G. Bruce, died in 1891, and E. C. Hopper was elected to fill his place. WESTERN DECLARATIONS DUE. March 1, 1899. New Louisville-Jockey Club: The Kentucky Derby, $30; The Kentucky Oaks, $25; The Clark Stakes, $30. April 1, 1899. Latonia Jockey Club: The Latonia Derby, $30; The Latonia Oaks, $20; The Himyar Stakes, $20. The Cincinnati Jockey Club : The Oakley Derby, $30; The Cincinnati Oaks, $20; The Buckeye Stakes, $20. RACING DATES OF 1899. New Orleans, La Jan. 2 April 4 Oakland (C. J. C.) Jan. 23-Feb. 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) ..Feb. 6-18 Oakland (C. J. C.) Feb. 20-March 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) March 6-18 Oakland (C. J. C.) March 20-April 1 Little Rock, Ark March 30 April 1 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) . April 315 Memphis, Tenn April 829 Oakland (C. J. C.) April 17-29 Nashville, Tenn April 27 May 8 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) May 1-16 , Louisville, Ky May 4 20 i Newport, Ky ...April 8 May 19 i HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge M. Lewis Clark. Starter Richard Dwyer. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, HI. CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION. President Ed. Corrigan. Vice-President James M. Davis. Secretary Harry Kuhl. Chicago, 111. CRESCENT CITY JOCKEY CLUB. President and General Manager C. S. Bush Secretary Sheridan Clark. 735 Gravier Street, New Orleans, La. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President V. L. Kirkilan. Secretary J. W. Russwurm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Directors May Overton, Andrew v Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, i, J. W. Russwurm. j t r j , ! , i i v i, WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President George Henry WheeIBh? First Vice-President SamdMBB Second Vice-PresideHb Third ViCEjHHmiLL. Fourt&MHR. T)odge HPPARD. HMnington Hotel, Chicago, HI. rJHHHards D. Mark Cummings, Gusv JfsA. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Ex ecutive Committee Georgia Henry Wheeler Samuel W. Allerton, Henry J. Hacf arland, Charles D. Hamill, George E. P. Dodge, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Gustavus A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings, J. Henry Norton. The first six are ex-officio j members. NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB; President S. R. Montgomery. First Vice-President F. G. Jones. Second Vice-President Napoleon Hill. Third Vice-President R; B. Snowden. Fourth Vice-President O. H. P. Piper. Treasurer John M. Peters. Secretary M. N. Macfaelan. aJwmNo. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. BHfcfcMgMaldwell, George President Merrill B. Mtlls Vice-President John W. Price. Treasurer George M. Hendrte. Secretary Walter O. Parmer. Detroit, Mich. Executive Committee George M. Hendrie, John W Price, Walter O.Parmer. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) President R. W. Nelbon. Vice-President and General Manager F. ' F. Fowler. TREASuJtotejBANK P. HELM. AssijjHBfete. NEWMIHj President W. F. SchulteWJHH Vice-President ?vb. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger, Secretary Charles E. Price, Courier-Journal Building, LouiBville, Ky. PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President S. N. Antrous. Vice-President Henry J. Crocker. Secretary F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. President Robert Aull. Treasurer W. M. Lockwood. Secretary Joseph A. Murphy. Fair Grounds, St. Los, Mo.j LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. President John C. Sherlock. Secretary Edward C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. . KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. President Col. M. M.jYoung. Secretary C. F. McMeekin. f: .-fit: ARKANSAS JOCKEYj! CLUB. President S. M. Apijerson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. Little Bock, Ark, A ; I1 .-. Page  AHMCfflTWtOXGRESS Record. I. SDPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATDRDAY, JANUARY 28, 1899. 3STO. 5. American Turf Congress Record SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. ISSUED 'WEEKLY. The Record is the Official Organ of the American Turf Congress. Published for the Congress by Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 124-12C FIFTH ATEXUB, CHICAGO, ILL. Editoe, F. H. Brunell. CHICAGO, ILL., JANUARY 28, 1899. The American Turf Congress THE AMERICAN TURf CONGRESS. President S. R. Montgomery, Memphis, Tenn Vice-President Robert Aull, St. Louis, Mo. Treasurer O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary E. C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAS TURF CONGRESS -MEMBERS. Kentucky Association, of Lexington, Ky. New Louisville Jockey Club, of Louisville, Ky. Latonia Jockey Club, of Covington, Ky. St. Louis Jockey Club, of St. Louis, Mo. Tennessee Breeders Association, of Nashville, Tenn. New Memphis Jockey Club, of Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas Jockey Club, of Little Rock, Ark. Cincinnati Live Stock and Driving Park Co., of Cincinnati, O. New Louisiana Jockey Club, of New Orleans, La. Pacific Coast Jockey Club, of San Francisco, Cal. Queen City Jockey Club, of Newport, Ky. Washington Park Club, of Chicago, 111. Chicago Racing Association, of Chicago, 111. Highland Park Club, of Detroit, Mich. Harlem Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Committee on Appeals. E. F. Clay, Paris, Ky. Gen. W. H. Jackson, Nashville, Tenn. George G. Perkins, Covington, Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Jas. H. Rees, Memphis, Tenn. E. C. Hopper, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Committee on Rules. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. L. P. Tarlton, Lexington, Ky. E. C. Hopper, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS HISTORY. The creation idea of the American Turf Congress is shown in the following by-law: This organization shall be known as the American Turf Congress, and has for its object the improvement of the breed and the development of horses through promotion of the interests of the American running turf; the prevention, detection and punishment of fraud thereon; and the adoption of regulations and rules, to be known as the American Racing Rules for the uniform government of racing. The following are tho first minutes of the American Turf Congress, as shown by its records: Louisville, Ky., Nov. 21, 18S3. Tho Turf Committee met at tho rooms of the Louisville Jockey Club at 12 o'clock, Wednesday, November 21st, the following gentlemen being present: T. J. Megibben and E. D. Lawrence, Latonia Jockey Club, Covington, Ky.;' American Turf Congress History James F. Robinson, Kentucky Association, Lexington, Ky.; John M. Harney and L. A. Clark, St. Louis Jockey Club, St. Louis, Mo.; James Franklin and G. W. Darden, Blood Horse Association, Nashville, Tenn.; R. C. Pate and D. L. Hall, Driving Park, Chicago, 111.; J.E. Brewster, Washington Park, Chicago, 111.; R. W. Simmons, New Orleans Jockey Club and Brighton Beach, N. Y.; R. S. Montgomery, Jockey Club, Memphis, Tenn., M. L. Clark and B. G. Bruce, Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky. Tho breeding and racing interest was represented by C. L. Hunt, St. Louis, Mo., Charles Reed, Saratoga, N. Y., Gen. A. Buford and John Funk, Kentucky. The meeting was called to order by Col. M. L. Clark, who stated that tho object for which the meeting had been called was to establish a uniform scale of weights and adopt suitable rules for the government of racing and to take action in all matters that would tend to advance racing interests in all parts of America. On Colonel Clark's motion T. J. Megibben was called to tho chair and B. G. Bruce appointed secretary. Colonel Hunt moved that a committee of five be appointed on a scale of weights, and the chair appointed Colonel Clark, G. W. Darden, L. A. Clark, R. W. Simmons and Colonel Hunt. Colonel Clark moved that a committee be appointed to frame a uniform set of rules which was carried and the chair appointed Messrs. Lawrence, Harney, Brewster, Franklin, Pate, Simmons, Montgomery and Bruce. In order to give the committees time to prepare their reports the convention adjourned until 7:30 p.m. On re-assembling the committee on weights submitted their report which was adopted without discussion. The committee on rules not being ready to report were given further time and made their report on Friday morning at 9 o'clock, and the by-laws, rules and regulations and betting rules were adopted as published. Captain Franklin moved, and it was adopted, that clubs running under these rules agree to harmonize in all things as far as practicable and especially as to tho time of holding their meetings, and will not by extra days before or after the regular time, interfere with time of other associations. On motion of Colonel Clark, which was adopted, the different associations and clubs were requested to run under these rules and regulations as adopted by this convention so as to secure uniformity in racing and its government. On motion B. G. Bruce was elected secretary for the ensuing year. On motion Chicago, 111., was selected for the next meeting, the second Wednesday in November, 1884. There being no further business the convention adjourned. B. G. Bruce, Secretary. Tho next meeting was held at Chicago, 111., on November 12, 1884. The minutes were as follows : Chicago, III., Nov. 12, 1884. The convention met at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, November 12, 1881, at the office of the Washington Park Club, Palmer House, Chicago, 111. In the absence of the president the secretary called the meeting to order, and by unanimous vote, Col. M. Lewis Clark was called to tho chair. Several telegrams and letters were read authorizing parties to act for their clubs and letters from Monmouth Park, Jerome Park and Coney Island declining to send delegates. Tho following clubs were represented: Louisiana Jockey Club, Memphis Jockey Club, Louisville Jockey Club, Kentucky Association, Lexington, Ky.; Latonia Jockey Club, Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo.; Pittsburg Jockey Club, Brighton Beach Association and Washington Park Club, Chicago, 111. On motion of J. E. Brewster the rules of racing were taken up antho convention wont into executive session $eir consideration. Tho . a and the changes mado are published in tho rules. On motion of Colonel Clark, which was adopted, the forfeit orders issued by Chicago Driving Park in 1884 would not be recognized by other clubs, as they had failod to pay their own purses. A new by-law was adopted defining tho duties of tho secretary and fixing his salary at $100 per annum (for which, see in tho by-laws). B. G. Bruce was elected secretary for the coming year and St. Louis was selected for tho next meeting of tho convention on the second Wednesday of November, 1883. There being no further business tho convention adjourned Thursday evening, November 13, 1884. B. G. Bruce, Secretary. The next meeting was held at St. Louis, November 11, 1883. Gon. J. F. Robinson was made president. j The next meeting was held at Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 10, 1886. For tho first timo in tho minutes the name American Turf Congress appears. Always heretofore the assembly had been reforred to as the "Convention," but at this meeting tho minutes began "The American Turf Congress met," etc., etc. Mr. Charles Green was mado president. Judging from the rules tho namo American Turf Congress was adopted at tho 1883 meeting, and so appeared in the rules of 1886. Tho first secretary, B. G. Bruce, died in 1891, and E. C. Hopper was elected to fill his place. WESTERN DECLARATIONS DUE. March 1, 1899. New Louisville Jockey Club: The Kentucky Derby, $30; The Kentucky Oaks, $25; The Clark Stakes, $30. April 1, 1899. Latonia Jockey Club: Tho Latonia Derby, $30; Tho Latonia Oaks, $20; The Himyar Stakes, $20. Tho Cincinnati Jockey Club: The Oakley Derby, $30; Tho Cincinnati Oaks, $20; The Buckeye Stakes, $20. RACING DATES OF 1899. New Orleans, La Jan. 2 April 4 Oakland (C. J. C.) Jan. 23 Feb. 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) Feb. 618 Oakland (C. J. C.) Feb. 20 March 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) March 6-18 Oakland (C. J. C.) March 20-April 1 Little Rock, Ark March 30 April 1 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) . April 3-15 Memphis, Tenn April 829 Oakland (C. J. C.) April 17-29 Nashville, Tenn April 27 May 8 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) May 116 Louisville, Ky May 4 20 Newport, Ky April 8 May 19 HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge M. Lewis Clark. Starter Richard Dwyer. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION. President Ed. Corrigan. Vice-President James M. Davis. Secretary Harry Kuhl. Chicago, 111. CRESCENT CITY JOCKEY CLUB. President and General Manager C.S. Bush Secretary Sheridan Clark. 735 Gravier Street, New Orleans, La. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President V. L. Kirkman. Secretary J. W. Russwurm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Directors May Overton, Andrew Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, J. W. Russwurm. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President George Henry WHEjujdflHK First Vice-President SjUflflHHflFj Second Vice-Presidexe Third ViCErfflHPnLL. FOURTHJHHHffifp7DODaE HPARD. Hrellington Hotel, Chicago, 111. RfBHWARDS D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tWsA. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Ex ecutive Committee George Henry Wheeler Samuel W. Allerton, Henry J. Macfarland, Charles D. Hamill, George E. P. Dodge, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Gustavus A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings, J. Henry Norton. Tho first six are ex-ofiicio members. NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. R. Montgomery. First Vice-President F. G. Jones. Second Vice-President Napoleon Hill. Third Vice-President R; B. Snowden. Fourth Vice-President O. H. P. Piper. Treasurer John M. Peters. Secretary M. N. Macfaelan. KjlRoom No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. -HHHHMMWHfiSaldjrall, George President Merrill B. Mills. Vice-President John W. Price. Treasurer George M. Hendrte. Secretary Walter O. Parmer. Detroit, Mich Executive Committee George M. Hendrie, John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) President R. W. Nelson. Vice-President and General Manager F. F. Fowler. TREASUjjjEANK P. HELM. , President W. F. ScHULTErBIMy Vice-President E. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger. Secretary Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky. PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President S. N. Androus. Vice-President Henry J. Crocker. Secretary F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. President Robert Aull. Treasurer W. M. Lockwood. Secretary Joseph A. Murphy. Fair Grounds, St. "'3, Mo.i LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. sJ President-John C. Sherlock. Secretary Edward C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. President Col. M. M. Young. Secretary C. F. McMeekin. ' Lexington, Ky. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. M. Apperson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. 1 Little Rock, Ark. " J Page  DULY RACING FORM ..AND.. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS RECORD. ISSUED EVERY DAY. 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CHICAGO, ILL., JANUARY 28, 1899. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Orleans, La., January 27.The form of Saturday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Ned Wickes, Tendresse, Judge Magee. Second Race Jen, Caviar, Muey Chica. Third Race Sadie Levy, Squan, Red. Fourth Race Branch, Simon D., Boanerges. Fifth Race The Plutocrat, Cherry Bounce II., Inflammator. Sixth Race Apple Jack, Water Crest, Gilray. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities r 'Weather-wet ; -track heavy.-First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 104173Tom Shannon 3.... 84 655 103212Tendresse 3.... 91 685 101462Ned Wickes 3.... 92 700 10116 Prince Harry 3.... 96 675 Hobart, ch. c, by Wa- wekus Miss Yates... .3.... 96 103823Judge Magee 3.... 96 680 10188 Maurice W 3. ...101 625 102993Henrica 5. ...105 675 (10340) Dorah Wood 7. ...105 670 10392 Tinkler 4.... 106 660 (10209) Halton 8.... 107 655 (10413) Redskin 9.... 110 660 Second Race 3 1-2 Furlongs. 2- year-olds. Allowances. 10381 Contessa 100 650 10315 Doctress 100 675 10381 Bluerina 100 650 103813Sackhen 105 690 104192 Jen 105 700 Indian 108 Jake Stern, b. c, by Siddartha Aneta 108 Frelinghuysen, ch. c, by Tom Ochiltree Rachel 108 Uncle Samuel .103 103812Caviar 10S 695 (10419) Muey Chica 115 690 Third Race 1 1-2 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdcp. 104512Sadie Levy 4.... 94 700 10322 Squan 5.... 99 690 10368 Covington Ky 5.... 107 670 10068 Red 5.. ..110 685 10418 Possum 4.... 112 665 (10415) Joe Shelby 4. ...116 .685 10118 Kockwood 5. ...119 675 Fourth Race 1 Mile. Live Oak Handicap. Value $1,000. 3- year-olds and upward. (10450) Simon D 4.... 90 ......745 81453Dandy H 3.... 91 715 10383 Canova 4.... 92 735 10395 Branch 4.... 100 750 10430 Blue away 4.... 101 740 104l52Sea RobDer 5. ...104 740 (10448)Wilson 4... 106 725 10430 Ben Ronald 5.... 108 725 10420 Boanerges 5.... 113 745 Fifth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 10298 St. Sophia 3.... 87 675 1 10366 Frances Booker 3.... 87 675 10345 Barrier 3.... 89 655 10396 Annie Taylor 4 .... 102 675 10384 Cherry Bounce II 4. ...104 690 10299 Old Tarr 5.... 109 600 10364 Swordsman 5.. ..112 665 (10451) Inllammator 5... 112 680 10421 The Plutocrat 5 .... 112 700 Sixth Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 10034 Jimp 3.... 91 680 Euna Howell 3.... 91 10364 Ennomia 4. ...101 700 10414 Sister Alice 4.. ..101 695 10296 Alcides 4.... 103 650 10432 Gilray 4.... 103 710 10364 Lauretta D 7.... 104 690 . 9968 Jamboree 8.... 106 675 10343 Van Brunt 7.. ..109 680 10420 Apple Jack 4.... Ill 725 10373 Water Crest 4.. ..Ill 710 9721 Swashbuckler 4 111 650 10206 Double Quick 6.. ..114 700 Carnegie Entries CARNEGIE ENTRIES. Pittsburg, Pa., January 27. Saturday's Carnegie Entries are : First Race Four and three-quarter furlongs. Jim Blackburn, Peggie, 118 each; Parthian, 115; J. P., 118; Vent, Flush, Speedy, 115 each; Viola Albers, Minnetonka, 113 each; Gallilee, 107. Secend Race Four and three-auarter fur-loDgs. Highwayman. 115; Donna Page, Beloved,. Tessie B., Fable, Graceful, Ida C, Little Silver, Elga, Larrissa, 113 each. Third Race Four and three-quarter furlongs. Taunton, J. M. H., Whippany, Mooyer 118 each; Merritt, Dorian, Fred Munch, J. B., 115 each; Dora Lamar, First Light, 113 each. Fourth Race Four and three-quarter furlongs. Galloper, George M., David S. (formerly-Sebastian), War Song, Tim Hurst, 115 each; Helen H., Estelle, Cuba, Sister Ida, Peep o'Day, 113 each ; Lady Maxwell. 107. Fifth Race Three-quarters of a mile. Governor Griggs, Rossman, 118 each; Judge War-ren, Jingle Bells, Humorist, Frank Houtjh, 115. each; Wexford, 110; Bird of Freedom, 113; Gallatin, 115; Cezette, 113; Calaysia, 108. Oakland Form OAKLAND FORM. San Feanoisco, Cal., January 27. The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is : First Race Espionage, Peixotto, Almoner. Second Race Ella Boland, Burns & Water-house entry, Reginald Hughes. Third Race Torsida, Hohenzollern, Dare II. Fourth Race Burns & Waterhouse entry, Maud Ferguson, Horatio. Fifth Race Miss Marion, Sam McKeever. Survivor. Sixth Race Amelia Fonso, Sly O'Connell. Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; traok fast. First Race 6-8 Mile. I 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdcp. 10403 LaParasseuse 3.... 89 025 10423 Juva 3.... 89 665 104042Master Buck 3.... 91 630 10227 Goal Runner 3.... 101 655 103993Clarando 3.... 102 660 98712Espionage 3. ...104 700 101633Almoner . 3.. ..104 685 10181 Defender III 5 .... 107 645 10169 Roadwarmer 6. ...107 675 10248 Rey Hooker 3.... 107 650 10403 La Maioma 4 111 670 103612EakinB 5. ...117 ... 640 (10145) Peixotto 6. ...119 690 9846 Midas 7.... 120 635 10153 Sport McAllister 7.... 120 680, Second Race 3 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 10216 Infinity 89 675 10403 Jennie Riley 89 680 10406 Innovator 105 660 10387Fannie Mills 105 670 104062Reginald Hughes 108 685 10406 Choteau 110 665 10406 Champion Rose 110 650 (10387)Ella Boland 110 700 10194 Stratonic 113 650 fPrestome, b. c, by Preston-pans Beeswing 113 (10406)tLomond 113 695 Lone Stable entry. fBurns & Waterhouse entry. Third Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Ind. Horses Age Wt. Hdcp. 10iS83Lime Water 3.... 94 725 104252Torsida 4.... 109 750 104253Dare II 5. ...114 730 (10425)Hohonzollern 5. ...114 740 Fourth Race 7-8 Mile. The Follansbee High Weight Handicap. 3- year-olds and upward. 103893Rainier 3...; 95 675 (10308) Rostbeau S.... 95 725 10016 Rio Chico 3. ...100 690 9973Gauntlet 3. ...105 735 104083 'Recreation 4.... 118 750 (10353) Ballista 3. ...110 730 502926aintly 8.. ..110 735 (1018S)Mand Ferguson 3.. ..113 745 10407 Horatio 5.. ..115 740 101533Libertine 8.. ..119 720 (10488) Hosormonde 4.. ..123 700 103772Mary Black 4.. ..129 710 Burns & Waterhouse entry. Fifth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 10409 Senora Caesar 100 720 (10234)Miss Marion 110 750 101082Sam McKeever 115 745 10353SSurvivor 115 730 Sixth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, 10409 Nora Ives 3.... 83 635 10016 Bio Chico 3.... 85 670 (10436)Yaruba 3.... 85 660 9976 RainadeLos Angeles.. 4.... 98 625 10230 Don Luis 4. ...100 660 99873Chihuahua 4.. ..100 655 5003 Silver State 8. ...101 665 10107 Alicia 6. ...101 645 104392Amelia Fonso 6. ...101 700 10401 Sly 5.... 101 695 103052ZamarII 5.. ..103 680 5405 Montallade 6.... 103 675 (10101)O'Connell 8.. ..113 690 THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL. The American Sporting Manual of 1898 is on general sale. It is a record of the turf, billiards, pugilism, trotting, pacing and all the leading lines of SDort up to January 1, 1899. All the matter within its pages have been compiled and edited by experts. 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Fare for the RoundTrip 25 Cents on all Rcadi Page  Racing Law and Outlaws RACING LAJY ANUTLAIYS. Z American Turf Congress arid Jockey Club Jaws bearing on iputlaw racing, fis to, geograplii-cal lines, dre not generally understood and are carelessly 'regarded.. Rulingsas to participants in outlaw! racing have naturally stimulated the misunderstanding. These rulings have been j those Of teresj in most cjtses. The laws and - tholfnesofeography as pmbraced within the laws are gifren herewith for purposes of instruction. ' ' , By-law No. 6 of the American , Turf Congress displays the matter, in a geographical way. It isays: The Congress shall not recognize, or its members permit any racing in; the United States east of thd Rocky Mountains, arid north of lati-tude'35 degrees during the months of January, February or December of any year: nor shall any racing by electric'dr other., artificial light be recognized or permitted anyfwhero or at any time cfvthe year. Andn6i person, association or J corporation that anywhere giys any racing or race meeting shall permit anypools to be sold Or books and bets to be made on any races, ex-i cept on the races run and decided over the track "within the enclosure of the grounds where the . pools, are sold or the books and bets are made; and ho foreign book or hotting shed shall be f operated on or adjacent to any such grounds, either in the interest Of the owners or lessees of such grounds, or of any other person whomsoever. i .ana1 every racetrack upon which such prohibited racing is given or acts done, shall also be out- lawed as well as every person or horse that ; shall thereafter participate in any racing upon t the same. And if any association not a member Of this CObgress shall knowingly permit any of the persons-or horses so outlawed to participate j in racing on its course, then all other persons with knowledge thereof, who shall thereafter p participate in its racing, shall likewise be out-L . lc wed, as shall also be their" horses. Any mem-L ber of the Congress knowingly failing to enforce W the provisions of this article, shall bo expelled. i The Rocky Mountain line of division of east and west is mostiridefinite. As defined by maps it probabusrmnoreter of v jMSHilHKHKaKudi-iggilyijPPPPffBntnern ter- j" 4jockey Club are as follows : I PART I. h A. recognized meeting is: I 5 (I..V meeting held by tho Coney Island Jockey ;Club, the Brooklyn Jockey Club, the 1 New York Jockey Club and the Westchester Racing Association. (II.) A meeting held under a license granted .- the Jockey Club, or one held in tho United iStates or Canada, under tho sanction of any turf authority whose jurisdiction over racing of ; any nature is recognized by tho Jockey Club and ' suchrecognized associations and which also gives' effect to sentences imposed by these . authorities upon persons guilty of fraudulent ft pract vs on the turf. fc(lll.) A meeting held in the United King-Bpaom. under "tho auspices of the English Jockey ijj QshJaridralL others haying a reciprocal agree- ,ltHiU--'R (rVO A. me&ing held in any foreign country to.- cher thap thefTJmted Kingdom and Canada ;. ;; under the sanction of any turf authority giving f effect to sentences, imposedby tho stewards of the Jockey Club upon pfeKons. guilty of fraudu-lent practices on theturfjand which enforces "jjs the forfeit list of the ;Jockey Club. (YL) If a horse ijun at any unrecognized kC'i meeting he islisquaiffietferall races to which E(these rales appjuf" . j (TIL). Any owner or trainer running horses, any jockey riding the same at any unrecognized meeting shall be disqualified for all races to which theso rules apply. Such horses and all others under the control of such owner or trainer shall also be disqualified. Any person acting in any official capacity may also be disqualified. Changes in the Rules CHANGES IN THE RULES. .As compared with 1898, tho American Turf Congress Racing Rules for 1899 show a great many changes, some very important, others only matters of editorial rearrangement. A part of the new rules, amendments and alterations are here presented. The remainder will be published hereafter. In lino eight of rule 12 tho word "course" is stricken out. In line four of tho second paragraph of rule 19 tho word "Association" is stricken out. In lino three of rule 26 tho words "Any Member" is substituted for "Association," and the rulo is amended by adding "unless with written consent of the official or association from whose decision the appeal is made." Rulo 30 was amended by adding "And any maiden which has been disqualified after having finished first, is still a maiden, although bets may have been paid on it as tho winner." Rule 31 was amended by inserting tho word "involving" before "admission." in lino two. Part of paragraph three of rule 98 was made rule 94 which reads as follows : "Declarations in sweepstakes shall bo made in the same manner as is provided for making entries therein to the Secretary, who shall record the day and hour of its receipt, and give early publicity thereto." Tho remaining paragraphs of rulo 98 were made rule 93, the words "purso races" being stricken from the paragraph governing the division of declaration fees between tho second and third horses. Rulo 99 was made rule 96 and amended by ; substituting "Member of the Congress" for "Association" and adding, "Any Secretary who shall fail to enforce this rule shall bo fined ono hundred dollars." Rule 100 was made rule 97. Rule 101 was mado rule 98 and amended by inserting "or other arrears" after "order" in line one, and by inserting "its collection shall no longer bo enforceable" in lino three, and amended by inserting the words "to a purse that is run off" before tho words "shall not" in lino four. Rulo 86 was mado rule 68. Rulo 96 was made rule 69 and amended by adding "but when from any cause a race is not run all stake, declaration or entrance money, if any paid, shall bo returned." Rulo 70 reads as follows : "Every entry in a purse race must bo in the name of a person having ownership in tho horse, and must be mado in writing by tho owner or trainer, or some ono deputed by him ; but tho full name of evory person having an ownership in a horse, or, excepting the trainer's per cent., any interest in its winnings, must be registered with the Secretary or Clerk of tho Course boforo it starts at any meeting, as must bo every change in such ownership or interest thereafter mado during that meeting. Any failuro to comply with this rule shall be punished by fine or suspension, and if an objection because of such defaults is duly made and sustained against a horse that has run in a race, its winnings in that race shall bo forfeited to the horse that finished next behind it." Rule 52 was amended so as to read "A selling race is ono in which every horso entered 'to be sold,' if a loser, may bo claimed and if tho winner, must be offered for sale at public auction." ""'Tnitewttauinjnledto read "Owner includes part owner, but an intoresFTfftho-wiuiiings only of a horso shall not constitute ownership;' Rule 63 was made rale 62. Rule 69 was made rule 63. Rule 75 was made rule 64 and amended by adding the words "but an entry in any race may be corrected." Rule 77 was made rulo 65 and amended so as to read "Joint subscriptions and entries may be mado by two or more owners." Rule 80 was made rule 66. Rule 85 was made rulo 67. Rulo 64 was mado 71. Rulo 92 was mado rule 72 and amended so as to read : "Every horse entered for a purse must be a 'starter' unless it should be declared out." Rule 93 was made rule 73 and amended to read after the word because, "of his failure to pay the jockey fee for that race." Rule 94 was made rule 74. Rule 65 was mado rule 75. Rulo 66 was made rule 76. Rule 67 wds mado rule 77 and amended by inserting after tho word "horse" in lino two, "or of the engagement, or by a duly authorized person." Rule 74 was mado rulo 78. Rulo 72 was made rule 79. Rule 76 was made rule 80 and the words "in a stake" insorted in line one after the word "declaration." Rule 82 was made rule 81 and. amended by adding after tho word "transferee" in line six, "except, however, the conditions of produce races or races for which nominations of the foals are made, may provide that tho nominator shall be released from further liability by filing, prior to a time therein fixed, the proper evidence of the transfer, by public or private sale, of his entry and its engagement in that race." Rule 83 was made rule 82. Rule 84 was made rule 83. Rule 70 was made rule 84. Rule 71 was made rule 85. Rulo 88 was made rule 83 and amended by substituting tho word "sweepstakes" for "race" in line one. Rulo 81 was made rule 88. Rule 95 was mado rule 89 and amended by substituting "any person" for "parties." Rule 91 was made rulo 90 and amonded by inserting the words, "and its jockey fee for a losing mount," in lino three. Rulo 89 was made rule 90. Rule 90 was mado rulo 92. Paragraph four of rule 98 was made rule 93. Rulo 102 was mado rule 99. Rule 103 was made rule 100 and amended by inserting "of a horse or engagement" in line one after the word "transfer." Rulo 104 was made rule 101. A new rule, 105, was enacted which reads as follows : "No jockey, except when riding for hic contract employer, shall be weighed out for any raco unless there has been deposited for him with the Clerk of the Scales the fee for a losing mount in that race; and the Clerk of the Scales shall pay over the money so deposited to the jockey unless he has notice to tho contrary. The failuro to so deposit this fee for the jockey engaged for any horse, shall declare it out of the raco." Rulo 106 was made rule 103. Rulo 107 was made rule 104 and amended to read as follows after the word "judges" in line three "or his horse shall be declared out of the race. No person shall be admitted to tho weighing room except owners, trainers and jockeys." Rule 108 was made rule 106. Rulo 109 was mado rule 107. Rulo 110 was made rule 108. Rule 111 was made rule 109. Rulo 112 was made rule 110. Rule 113 was made rule 111. Rule 114 was made rulo 112. Rulo 115 was mado rulo 113. Rule 116 was made rulo 114. Rule 117 was made rule 115 and amended by substituting the words "this rule" for tho words "theso rules" in line one of paragraph five. Rulo 118 was mado rule 116. Rulo 119 was mado rule 117. Rule 120 was mado rule 118. Rulo 121 was made rule 119 and amended to read as follows : "A horse should bring in its weight out, and if short of it by two or more pounds, it shall bo disqualified." Rulo 122 was mado rulo 120. Rule 123 was made rulo 121. Rule 124 was made rule 122 and amended by substituting the word "judges" for tho words "officers of tho association" in line seven of paragraph two, and by substituting tho word "such" for the word "the" in tho concluding sentence of the same line. Rulo 125 was mado rule 123. Rule 126 was made rule 124. Rulo 127 was made rule 125. Rule 128 was mado rule 126. Rule 129 was made rule 127. Rule 130 was made ruhAp .. Rulo 13i was mado ruHb- Rule 132 was made rule 130 and amended by inserting the words "making the dead heat" after the word "horses" at the termination of line five of paragraph one. Rule 133 was made rulo 131. Rule 134 was made rule 132. Rule 135 was made rule 133. Rule 136 was made rule 134. Rule !37 was made rule 135 and amended by substituting tho words "the horses making the dead heat" for the words "both horses" in line two of paragraph one. Rule 138 was made rule 136. Rule 139 was made rule 137. Rule 140 was made rule 138. Rule 139 is a new rule and reads as follows : "An objection to a horse that has run in a race on the ground that it was not trained or ridden by a licensed trainer or rider, or that tho names of all those having an ownership in it or an interest in its winnings have not been registered with the clerk of tho course, as required by rule 70, must be made not later than the day after that upon which the race was run." Rule 141 was made rule 140. Rule 142 was mado rulo 141 and amended by substituting the words "as to the ago" for the words "of tho mouth" after the word "fit" at the beginning of line four. Rule 143 was made rule 142. Rule 144 was made rulo 143. Rule 145 was made rule J44. Rule 146 was made rule 145. Rule 147 was made rule 146. Rule 148 was made rule 147. Rule 149 was made rule 148. Rule 150 was made rule 149. Rule 151 was mado rule 150. Rule 152 was made rule 151 and amended by striking out tho first seven lines, except tho words "if sold" at tho termination of line seven, and substituting therefor tho words, "every horse enterod 'to be sold' that runs in a selling race shall, if the winner, be sold at public auction immediately after the race, and one-half of any surplus over the selling price shall go to tho second horse and the other to tho association." Also by substituting the word "the" for "all" before the words "other horses" in the section in relation to claiming. Also by striking out tho words "as to who he is claiming for" in the concluding line and substituting therefore tho words "that ho is doing so." Rule 153 was made rule 152. Rulo 154 was made rule 153. Rule 155 was mado rulo 154 and amended by striking out tho words "and the horse shall bo disqualified for all races" and substituting therefor the words "as shall be tho horso also." Rule 156 was mado rulo 153 and amended by inserting after the words "horse in such race" in line four the words "or attempt by intimidation to prevent any one from running a horse in any raco for which it is entered." Rule 157 was made rule 156 and amended so as to read as follows : "Any person who fails, to pay for a horso bought or claimed in a selling race within fifteen minutes after the sale or claim has been made, shall forfeit his right to the horse, and shall be fined, suspended or ruled off by the judges ; but the owner may still require that the horse shall be taken and paid for by the purchaser or claimant, who. if he fail or refuse to do so, shall be suspended until he makes good his default to the owner." Rule 158 was mado rule 157. Rule 159 was made rule 158. Rule 160 was maderule 159. Rulo 161 was mado rule 160. Rule 162 was made rule 161. Rule 163 was made rule 162. Rule 164 was made rule 163 and amended by adding a fifth paragraph which reads as follows : "In estimating tho value of a series of races in which an extra sum of money is won by winning two or more of the series, the extra sum shall be estimated in the last race by which it was finally won." Rulo 165 was made rule 164. Rulo 166 was made rule 165. . Rule 167 was made rule 166. Rule 168 was made rule 167 and amended by substituting "to" for "of" after tho words "in respect" in line two. Rule 169 was made rule 168. Rule 170 was made rulo 169. Rulo 171 was made rule 170. Rule 172 was mado rule 171. Rule 173 was made rule 172 and amended by inserting the words "may bo fined or" in tho last lino of paragraph one. Rulo 174 was made rulo 173 and amended by inserting the word "fined" before tho word "suspended" in line three of paragraph two and by striking out the words "to the Association which" in the last line of paragraph three and substituting therefor tho words "to the -judges who." Page  New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, IiA., January 27. Fifty-sixth day. Crescent City Jockey Clnb. 1 Winter Meeting. Weather wet ; track maddy. Presiding Jadge, R. W. Simmons. Starter. C. J. Fitzgerald. I Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. t A A Ci FIRST RACE-H 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. $35 to second: $la to third. JLvJdbtjbO Entrance $10. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 40 lbs. aboTe the scale. Horses entered to be sold for $900 to carry their weight. 3 lbs. allowed ( for each $100 to $100. Beaten non-winners at meeting allowed 5 lbs. Ind Horses A Wt St H Y M BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 8685 BILL POWELL 6 135 4 43 31 23 1" Rigby H Robinson 30 30 8 8 10117 NED WICKES 3 120 1 32 2 la 2 T Barns J J McCafferty 3-2 8-5 1 6-5 10393 TOPHEr 3 115 3 1 1H 31 32 Songar W Roach 5 7 5 7 10393 KLON DYKE 3 110 5 21 4 41 42 Ros3 J D Christy 8 10 8 8 10366 BECKY BAN 3 110 6 53 5 5 5" Aker H J Scoggan 6 12 6 10 10433 TOBK 3 112 2 7 62 6 6a Mason T P Hayes 6 7 6 7 10433 LIZZIE R. 3 110 7 6" 7 7 7 Petorman E Fitzgerald 30 60 30 60 10417 BLENHEIM 3 118 8 8 8 8 8 Bisping J H Smith 10 15 10 12 10204 NIL M AH 3 115 9 9 9 9 9 Hothersall M J Rice & Co 30 60 30 50 9292 OVERBOARD 3 120 10 10 10 10 10 Cunn'ghamE Peters 30 100 30 75 10103 BOB LYONS 5 130 11 11 11 11 11 Gatewood A B McGinnis 30 40 30 40 Time. 241, 50, 1:17, 1:24. Winner B. g, by Dochart Susio Mariner. Post 10 minutes. Start good. The first two fought it out the lust eighth. Bill Powell was going away at the finish. The race was a procession all the way. The winner was a well played "good thing." Scratched Willie Howard. 110; Coanza, 113; Hanlon, 130; Fetiche, 136. Bill Powell, place, 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5 Ned Wickes, place, 1 to 2. Tophet, show, evsns. -1 fA A rT SECOND RACE 3-4 3Ille. Parse $250. $35 to second; $15 to third. En- 1 JLvytfctfc trance $15. 3-year-old maidens. Allowances. 15 lbs below the scale. Those that have been beaten three or more times at meeting allowed 5 lbs. ; if beaten five or more times, 8 lbs. Ind Horses A Wt St K Y Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L V 8736 ALPINA 102 1 13 12 H la Nutt W K Cleveland 10 30 10 25 10U13SIDTILLA 94 2 21 23 23 25 O'Connor T J McHale 3 4 3 31 10417 CASLIN 99 4 5 62 71 3 Dapee S Williams & Co 15 15 7 7 10265 CLARA. MEADER 102 8 8 5" 52 41 Frost W Jordan & Co 20 20 8 8 10034 THE PURSER 105U4 13 9 8 5 Combs W A Chanler 10 15 10 15 10177 SHEIK 107 11 11 10 9 6 T Barns J J McCafferty 3 6 3 6 104153COLONEL EADES 104 10 10 7 6" 7 Moody G'g'nh'm&Gwynn4 8 4 8 10298 LYGIA 94 9 9 11 10 8 Troxler J Troxler 15 20 15 20 80S7 ASOKA 102 3 3" 42 41 9' Lines Ahearn & Porter 30 60 30 50 10117 LIDDESDALE 104 5 6" 12 11 10 Southard H B Meyers 10 15 10 15 103803DR. GRAVES 102 7 42 3a 3sll Mason W C Hutchinson 3 5 3 4 10393 LEILA SMITH 1031 6 7 8 12 12 Ross J G Smith 30 50 30 40 10144 REBUS 107 13 14 14 13 13 Powers JJMcCormick&Co30 40 30 40 9352 PAYSINTA 105 12 12 13 14 14 Crowhurst W E Applegate Jr30 50 30 50 Time, 25, 501, 1:16. Winner Ch. f, by Albert Luminous. Off at first break to a good start. Won driving. The first two fought it out and had a bumping match the last eighth. The Parser closed a big gap. Dr. Graves and Asoka quit the last eighth. Rebus and Liddesdale were lame. Alpina carried Sidtilla to tho outside rail on the stretch turn. Scratched Kilarma, 96. Overweights Tae Parser, 11 pounds: Leila Smith, 11; Paysinta, 3. Alpina, place, 8 to 1 ; show, 3 to 1. Sidtilla, place. 6 to 5 : show, 1 to 2. Caslin, show, 6 to 5. Dr. Graves, show, 4 to 5. -I Ayj ,J Q THIKD RACE 1 1-10 Miles. Purse $250 $50 to second; $25tothird. JLvftfc4fcO 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 12 lbs. below the scale. Each to be en tered to be sold for $450. Winners of two or more races at meeting to carry 5 lbs. extra for each race won. Beaten non-winners at meeting al- lowed 7 lbs. Ind Horses A Wt St M K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10415 WILSON 4 107 6 11 11 13 12 HI T Barns J W Schorr & SonO-5 6-5 1 6-5 10394 OXNARD 4 107 7 52 42 41 58 2" Aker H T Griffin 6 12 6 12 9S67 BAN QUO II. 5 112 3 6 51 58 42 31 O'Connor P J Miles 2 ' 3 2 3 ' 10132 LOCUST BLOS'M 4 102 5 3 2" 32 32 41 Nutt W K Cleveland 6 7 6 6 (1012DADA RUSSELL 4 102 4 21 3" 2 2a 58 Frost T H Stevens 20 25 20 25 (10319) JACK MARTIN 6 109 8 8 8 8 6 610 W Jones L M Fleming 10 20 10 15 10316 BEQUEATH 4 104 1 7 7 7 8 7 Lines R E Watkins 12 30 12 25 9878 DR. WITHROW 4 1081 2 4a 6 6" 7 8 Cunn'ghamP J Loftus 30 50 30 50 Time, 261, 52, 1:181, 1:451, 1:521. Winner Br. c, by Jim Gore British Blue Blood. Off at first break to a good start. Won easily ; second and third were hard at it. Wilson made his own running and won as he pleased. Oxnard got the place in the last few strides. Locust Blossom and Ada Russell quit in the last farlong. The race will do Banquo II. good. Watch him. Scratched Tranby, 103; Henry Launt, 112. Overweights Dr. Withrow, 41 pounds. Wilson, place, 1 to 2. Oxnard, place. 4 to 1 ; show. 8 to 5. Banquo II., show, 1 to 2. 1 Aj ,j Q FOURTH RACE 1 1-8 miles. Purse $400. $35 to second; $15 to third I tL-L- F Acceptances $10. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St St & K & Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 104183DBL. DUMMY5 95 6 41 4a 1 la 1 In O'Connor F Frisbie & Co 2 11-52 11-5 103952MUSKADINE 4 101 2 6 6 5"' 3" 21 22 Lines F M Arthur 7 7 5 5 10418 BASQUIL 5 99 4 21 21 3 6 6 3 Hothersall T J McHale 6 8 6 7 10129 VOLA.NDIES 3 92 1 3 3 6 5" 51 41 Fro3t H J Scoggan 15 20 15 20 10347 DR. VAUGHAN3 90 3 11 la 2a 21 3" 51 Troxler T A Magee 31 5 3 4 10395 JACKANAPES 4 103 5 51 51 4" 41 42 6 T Burns J W Schorr & Son 2 4 2 31 Time, 261,52, 1:171, 1:44, 1:57. Winner B. g, by Pardee Meadowlark. Post 3 minutes. Start good. It was a driving finish. The first two fought it out the final quarter. They ran on almost even terms all through the stretch. - O'Connor seemed to outiinish Lines a bit. Dr. Vaughan and Jackanapes quit in the stretch. Basquil and Volandios had a hard battle the last sixteenth for third place. Scratched Judge Steadman,92; Barataria, 99; Clay Poynter, 103; Sailor King, 116. Double Dummy, place, 4 to 5. Muskadine, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Basquil, show, evens. Dr. Vaughan, show, 1 to 2. Jackanapc3, show, 1 to 2. l ( Flf FIFTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Parse $250. $35 to second; $15 to third. Entrance $10. , JL J dbO J 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Starters and non-winners since November . 1 1, 1898. 15 lbs. below the scale. Horses to be entored to be sol 1 for $400. Horses beaten three or more times at meeting allowed 5 lbs. ; if beaten five , or more times at meeting allowed 8 lba. Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt M Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10430 SIMON D 4 96 4 1" la 2i 21 H Holden JamasArthur&Co4 4 2 3 10263 GOVERN'R BOYD 4 98 8 61 60 4" 42 21 Southard J Webb 5 10 5 10 10396 BORDER 4 96 1 31 2U 11 1H 31 T Burns W T Imbau 2 4 2 3 10397 ALBERT S. 6 99 3 4" 5 65 62 41 Troxler A N Eirod 3 4 3 4 10380 GENER'L MACEO 4 93 6 52 41 52 5" 58 O'Connor W C Daly 4 6 4 6 10367 GOLD TOP 5 107 7 2" 31 3H 3" 6t Songer F H Hickok 15 20 15 15 10121 AFRA 4 94 5 8 7 7 7 7 McCann F T Wood 15 15 10 15 10414 MISS FRANCES 6 97 2 7 8 8 8 8 Lines G C Bennett 12 30 12 20 Time. 27, 511, 1:19, 1:311. Winner B. c, by Simple Simon Miss Floss. Post 5 minutes. Start good. The first three were doing their best. Simon D. was out to the last ounce. Governor Boyd was gaining on him at the finish. Borden tired at the end. Miss 3 Frances could not untrack herself Scratched Percita, 94; Tenby, 9S; Brighton, 9G; Loya'letta, 97 ; Everest, 99; Earl Fonso, 101; ? Prince of India, 99. Overweights Governor Boyd, 5 pounds. Simon D., place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Governor Boyd, place, 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5. Borden, show, 1 to 2. Albert S., show, 3 to 5. TTTTFl SIXTH RACK 1 l-l G allies. Parse $250. $50 to second: $25 to third. 4-year-JLtJbt . JL olds and upward. Selling. 12 lbs. below the scale. Horses to be entered 1 to be sold for $450. Winners of two or more races at meeting to carry 5 lbs. extra for each race won. Beaten non-winners at meeting allowed 7 lbs. Ind Horses A Wt St K Y K BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 103973INFL4MMATOR 5 103 3 6 3 31 33 11 O'Connor W Newman 2i 21 2 2 103972SAI)IE LEVY 4 95 7 H 21 21 1" 2a Mitchell J W O'Neall & Co 5 12 5 10 10421 ROYAL DANCE 5 102 8 2 1" 11 22 33 T Barns W F Dair 3 4 3 3 103822QOMEZ 5 105 1 7 4 43 45 48 O'Leary W A Wright 21 4 21 8 10421 DOUSTERSWIVL4 100 6 5" 7 5 63 51 Robertson John Call 8 25 8 20 (10384) JULIA HAZEL 4 102 5 31 5a 6" 5a 62 Frost M L Kuntz 6 10 6 10 10397 VANESSA 5 107 4 4a 6a 7 7 7 Ross Mrs M C Lyles 15 30 15 30 8511 EVANATUS 9 109 2 8 8 8 8 8 Aker C Aker 10 30 10 80 Time, 27i, 53, 1 :20. 1 :461, 1 :53. Winner Br. h, by Brutus Ariola. 1 I Post 10 minutes. Start good. Won driving to the limit. Infiammator got up in;the last seventy yards. The next two fought it oat all the last quarter for the place. It t as a bad lot and either of the first four had a license to win. ' Scratched Annie Teuton, 100; Donation, 102. Infiammator, place, 4 to 5. Sadie Levy, place, 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5. Royal Dance, show, 1 to 2. Gomez, show, 1 to 2. Oakland Form Chart ( 1 , . 1 , 3 ? . 1 OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAli., January 87. Fortieth day. California Jockey Club. Wiuter Meeting. Weather clear; track fast. - Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Ferguson. Racing starts at 2:15 d. m. 1 AI A f FIRST RACE-Futurity Course. (170 feet short of 3-4 mile.) Purse $350, JLUtl:41:V 3-year-olds. Selling. ' . Lad Horses A Wt St Y K BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C (10399)STRONGOLI 117 4 H 12 1 13 Bullman G W Scott 7-107-101-2 1t2. (10336) WHALEBACK 117 2 31 4 52 2" Spencer J B Dyer 6 10 6 8 10423 CAMPUS 117 3 23 22 2a 31 E Jones H J Jones 6 20 6 20 (1023)THE FRETTER 117 5 41 3 31 43 H Martin F O'Rourke 2 4 2 4 104233ANNE PAGE 107 1 6 S 6 55 WHMartin Franklin&Mackey6 10 6 10- 10423 OCORONA 107 6 51 5 4 6 Snyder S C Bowley 8 20 8 20 Time.1241, 49, 1:011, 1:10. Winner Br. c. by Btromboli Flossie. Start good. Won easing up. Strongoli was much the best and takes kindly to sprinting. He is very speedy and handles weight well. Whaleback ran a good race. A distance is his forte. Campus improved over his last previous effort and only lost second money in the last stride. The Fretter ran honestly but was unlucky and interfered with. The same applies to Anne. Page, she being badly handled. Scratched Odd Eyes, 107; San Augustine,J112; Master Buck, 114; Anchored, 117. Corrected weights Anne Page, 107. Whaleback, place, 2i to 1; show, 4 to 5. Campus, show, 2 to 1. The Fretter, show, 2 to 5. J)zJ.Zj-2. SECOND RACK 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olas. Sailing. ' lad Horses A Wt Bt & Yx StrFin JockeyB Owners OH L, , 104232SIR URIAN 111 4 41 4" 2a 1 H Martin A M Lmnell 21 3 21 21 (10i09)JENNIE REID 117 5 51 51 12 22 Bullman R Hughes 21 31 2 3 10355 GENUA 117 2 3 3a 3a 32 C Sloan W Landsberg 6 15 6 15 (9971)FAVERSHAM II. 122 3 6 6" 4 42 Spencer Dillon & Lyons 6 6 4 4 10328 JERRY HUNT 122 6 2 2 51 51 Piggott B Schioiber 3 3 3 s 16-5 SOLSTICE 109 7 7 7 7 62 Rutter W&CT Boots 8 50 8 50 10423 NAPIAN 111 1 11 1 6" 7 Thorpe Burns&Waterh'se6 20 6 20 Time, 241, 491, 1:02. 1:15. Winner B. g, by Rio Bravo Why Not. Start good. Won driving. Sir Urian showed to be clearly best. He was cut off and unlucky generally, but won anyhow. Jennio Reid ran a strong race. She is a stayer and an honest filly. Genua showed speed, but the weight was too much for such a small filly. Faversham ran his race. So did Jerry Hunt. Napian led for a half and is improving. Scratched Malay, 119; The Wooer. 119. Sir Urian. place, evens; show, 1 to 2, Jennie Reid, place, evens; show, 1 to ' 2. Genua, show, 3 to 1. 104:4:2 THIRD KACK 1 MIle Purse- 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind HorseB A Wt Bt k V, X StrFin Jockeys ' Owners O H L 0 10425 FRANK JAUBERT6 114 1 3a 31 3a 3 H Spencer A Shields 3 16-53 16-5 10357 JUDGE WOFF'rtDS 101 7 7 7 7 61 21 J Reiff Dake & Wishard 6 12 6 12 10400 GEO H. KETJH'M5 114 3 51 5 4a 41 3a C Sloan Fred Foster 6 7 6 7 101843VELOZ 5 121 6 61 62 61 7 43 Thorpe Wliitmi)&Conoy 12 12 8 8 104052MASTER LEE 3 103 4 4t 42 51 5a 52 Ballman T G Ferguson 2 21 2 21 10231 JIM BOZEMAN 6 114 5 21 21 21 2a 62 Powers A Strnmmel 25 25 20 20 10423 DIARA 3 106 2 11 1 11 la 7 W Narvaez Delond & Eyres 25 50 20 50 10386 MIDI AN 4 112 88 8 8 8 8 H Martin T H Ryan 2 3 2 3 Time, 25, 50. l:15i,,l'.41i. - -Winner B, g. by The Bard Heal and Toe. ' ""' ' Start fair. Won handily. Frank Jaubert is now at his best and his race was a good one. Judge Wolford made up a lot of ground in the stretch and was running fast at the end. Ho stays well. George H. Ketcbam showed improvement. Veloz was coming fast at the end. Master Lee did his best. He has been overrated. Diara ehowed surprising improvement. Jim Bozeman is only a sprinter. Midian bled. Scratched Nonchalance. 117. Overweights Master Lee, 2 pounds; Diara, 2. Corrected weights Midian, 112. Frank Jaubert, place, 6 to 6; show, 1 to 2. Judge Wofford, place, 5 to 1; show, 2 to 1. George H. Ketcham,shqw, 6 to 5. Master Lee, show, 1 to 2. Midian, show, 3 to 5. fA A Q FOURTH RACE 3-4 Mile. Parse $40). 3-year-olds and upwards. Selling. JL XJrSzrx: O (Substitute for regular race declared off). Ind Horses A Wt 5t Y. hi . Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10439 SHASTA WATER 5 107 2 22 H 12 i Thorpe Burns&Waterh'seS-S 31 8-5 3l" 10437 MAGNUS 4 106 3 3 3a 31 2 Bullman TrneBritonStable5 5 4 4 10435 MEADOW LARK 7 109 1 41 41 4 31 Spsncer W&CT Boots 3-2 3-2 6-5 7-5 10424 COLONEL DAN 4 109 4 U 21 2a 41 Piggott J Conway 5 10 5 8 101242RICARDO 8 109 5 8 5 5 5" E Jones S F Capps 3 6 3 6 10435 DON GARA 5 112 8 7 61 62 62 C Sloan El Molina Stable 10 12 10 12 10404 NONCHALANCE 5 112 6 61 8 8 7 Hennessy Leiter & Palmich 20 30 20 30 10435 MEL. BURNHAM 4 111 7 51 7 7 8 E Cochran J Cochran 30 60 30 6a Time, 24, .491, 1:011, 1:14. Winner B. m. by Maxim Tyranny. Start good. Won easily. Shasta Water was the best of a picked-up lot and won as she-pleased. Magnus ran a good race and will do over a mile or mora route. Meadow Lark was in a pocket and unlucky. Colonel Dan showed some improvement. It was too fast for the others - Overweights Colonel Dan, 3 pounds; Melvin Burnham, 2 " Shasta Water, place. 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Magnus, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. 104:4:4: F1FTH aACK1 1-10 lttUe8- Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St . Yi 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C (1035S)DR. SHEPPARD 5 114 5 12 12 12 i z C Sloan Fred Foster 2 2 2 11-5 (10400)DUNOIS 5 114 fl 6 21 21 21 2 H Martin T H Ryan 2 11-52 11-5 101023SATSUMA 7 111 3 51 51 32 3 310 E Jones H E Rowell 3 4, 3 16-5 10376 MISTRAL II. 5 111 2 31 41 4a 41 4 Piggott W S Hobart 15 25 15 25 10195 BERNARDILLO 5 106 1 21 3 51 52 5 Thorpe J Coffey 4 4i 3 31 5655 KO KO 9 105 4 4 6 6 6 6 Bullman A G Ross 15 60 15 60. , , Time, 24. 491, 1:131, 1:39, 1:451. Winner n B. h. by Buchanan Voltine, Start good. Won easily. Dr. Shepoard is in grand form. He set a new California recorrj for the distance and could hare gone faster. Dnnois ran a fine race also, bnt was outclassed by the winner. Satsuma showed something of his last year's speed and is becoming good again, ulistral II. will be improved by the race. Barnardillo ran one of his bad races. His next may be of the same sort or a record breaker. Scratched Mistleton, 105; Topmast, 111. Overweights Bernardillo, 1 pound. 1 to?'" Sbeppard' place' 4 t0 5 ' show, 2 to 5. Dnnois, place, C to 5 ; show, 2 to 5. Satsuma, show,. jQJ SIXTH RACK 7-8 Mile. Parse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St Yi Yt 2 StrFin Jockeys Ownors O H L C 101532 PEIXOTTO 6 107 7 31 32 31 21 12 Spencer J J Coalter 5 54 4 (10427)DON T SKIP ME 5 105 2 21 2- 2 33 21 H Martin J Whitten 21 2 12-512-5- 10401 M1DLIGHT 5 105 1 12 l 12 i 310 Rutter F J Kittleman 3 7 3 6 (10404) FOR UELLA 4 104 4 4a 4a 4a 4 42 Bullman W&CT Boots 10 30 10 30 5713 OLIVE 1 103 8 8 8 8 8 53 Snyder G T Bertolacci 50 50 30 30 104002 WHITCOMB 5 104 6 7 61 6 7 61 E Jones H E Rowell 3 3 2121 JSiSl HiGHLSP ?,L8 100 3 511 7 "H 71 BeanchampSnnset Stable 25 25 15 15 10427 ED GARTLANDII 4 101 5 6a 5 5 61 8 WHMartin D A Honig 3 8 3 8 Time, 231, 48, 1:13, 1:261. Winner Ch. g. by Brutus Kelpie. Start good. on handily. Peixotto is in fine form and very speedy. He was drawing away at the end. Don t Skip Me ran an extremely good race. Midlight was 6peedy for over five furlongs and may be hard to beat in her next essay. Formella ran an honest race. Whitcomb's race was much below the mark and should be thrown out. The same applies td Ed Gartland's effort. Scratched Carrie U., 100; Robert Bonner, 102; Free Lady, 102; Howard 107 Overweights Midlight, 1 pouiid; Formella, 2; Whitcomb, 2. Correctea weights Ed Qartland II., 101. Peixotto, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Don't S kip Me, place, evens; Bhow, 1 to v 2. Midlight. ehow, evens, Whitcomb, show, 1 to 2. Page  T7T A TIT T7 Flexible Morocco Covered, Bound V r A H I V for Hard Use with Linen I lvilVL I Lettered Index. RACING ALME CMRTS SX lUKJfl THERE ' ARE BUT THIRTY '" YEARLIES FOR SALE. (IN TWO : - - $30.00 VOLUMES) PEICE, TT1 17 ,!-- Indexed and Bound in the same Hall-Yearly w-wr. R imUlllU A nTNfr ALL THE CHARTS FROM JULY1 TO DECEMBER 3198 FORM- PEIOE, - - $10.00 Daily Racing Form Publishing Co.: 124-126 FIFT H AVjENUErCHICAObr j3""" Wooplanps Stup 15 miles from st louis on the wabash Barney Schreiber's mopel farm. THE CHOICEST OF AUSTRALIAN BLOOD. FOUL SHOT BY MUSKET-SLANDER. ( Ithuriel ( Tonchatona, by Camel. a 3 ("Longbow l Verbena, by Velooipad a j (sire of Feu de JoIb). (MiBBBoira i Catton. by Golompns. g f g. f Tranbra dam by OrrillB. 5 h (Pantaloon t Gastrel. by Buzaard. O o (.Legerdemain, (Carwitch).- ( Idalia, by Peravian. S o H . (Decoy Filho-da-Puta.by H'ph'ar , " 06 ( Finesse, by Peruvian, 2 1 (Melbourne t Humphrey Clinkot.byn'mai 2 S fWest Australian i Cervantes mare. -g "Si fDeroy and St.Leger) .. (Mowerina ( Touchstone, by Camel, T J4 La3 g ' ( Emma, by WhiBker. 5 fc (Camel ; Whalebone, by Waxy. 5 a "3 a LBrown Bssi I Selim mare. O (Daughter of. Brutandorf , by Blaokloek. (Mrs.Cr'ickBh'nks.byWIb'tk- j ( Canteen Waxy Pope, by Waxy. w Calendar (Imported) 7 Castania. by Gohanna. OS a ( Hambletonia.. ; Stamford,byPlenip'tentiarj po ' Harmonica,byH'mblet'nl .fa ( TroB (Imported) ( Priam, by EmiliuB. H a LGaasandra 1 Ally, by Partisan. 0 u O (Alice Grey ("Eons' Emigrant by Pionan Dl ( Gulnare,by YoungGtohannt 00 l0- (The Colonel Whisker, by Waxy. j "S fCap-a-pie (Imported.) I Delpini mare. p oo p ( BiBter to Cactus 1 Bultan, by Belim. O j 1 Duchess of York, by Wixr fe. w L " ( Dover ( Touchstone. (.Ball Brand- 1 Verbosa. g ( Bophie j Skilhinda. -4 1 Bailie Brass. 'Imported. BARNEY SCHREIBCR-. . , .. ... . ... BRIPQ:ETON,H.O. ' iR" American Sporting flanual of 1899... (COPYRIGHTED.) t A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON. .-...Z KEEN EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT George Siler on Pugilism. John Thatcher on Billiards. F. H. Brunell and C. C. Riley on Racing John Hervey on Harness Racina. An Official Compendium of Records. RACING, TROTTING, PACING, BILLIARDS AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1898, ELAJSnDICA.PPIN"G AND BOOBZMKHsTG TABLE8. NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES. THREE HANDICAP TABLES; WITH KEYS. Summaries by Experts on the Past Year's Doings. EDITED BY B H. BRUNELL.q ' SO CENTS IN PAPER. SO CENTS IN SOFT MOROCCO. -DAILY RAGING FORM PUBLISHING 00. 124-126 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO ILL.