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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, September 16, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899091601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, September 16, 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  jT-f VOL. V. ISO. 223. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899 PHICE, 5 CENTS Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TUBF. Reporting training operation at Gravesend last Wednesday, Morning TclegraDh says: "Ethelbsrt, in the Joyner string, appeared on the track after quito a severe attack of infln. ansa, and this hi?h-clasB son of Eothen Maori looked to have recovered entirely, and may be oxpscted to show a good performance as soon as called upon. "His traicer only gave him a half mile breeze at half speed, bat he moved so freely that he looks like being a formidable customer in several handicaps yet to be run at Gravesend. He is in the Occidental Handicap, Monarch Stak s, Oc?anviaw Handicap, the Second Special at d the Oiiental Handicap, and will probably be pointed for one or two of these events. "C. E. Brossman's Imp, who annexed the First Special in such an impressive manner, was out, and did trotting and canterinsr. To the casual observer tao black whirlwind is very fine, bat as a matter of fact she is carrying more floah than is usual with har, and, in spite of the many hard questions that have been asked her in the past several weoks, is stillin fine fettle." Early in the afternoon of Thursday Benjamin Brush, eupeiinteodent of the Brooklyn Jockey Glnb track, reported to the stewards that Wm. C. Daly, better known as "Father Bill," had cruelly beaten young Hothcr3aIl, the jockey, inflicting a severe wound over the r ght eye with a balestick. The humane stewards, after a thorough investigation of the esse, fined the "Saga of Hartford" S20O and referrad the matter to the Jockey Club. For years Daly In a been in the habit of abasing jockeys under contract to him, and mora, than one ran away from his stable. Just as the backers of Julius Caesar were calling on his jockey, Cornelius Sprague, to take the lead in the hurdle race at Gravesend Thursday, the horse shiod at the fourth jump, throwing Spragae with great force against oae of the stout posts that support tha inner-rail fence. The unfortunate jjekey rebounded and the horse, rolling over him, crushed him into in83U3ibility. Tno unconscious mau was takon to the Norwegian Hospital, Brooklyn. He never regained consciousness, dying one hour and a half after his admittance to the hospital from a fracture of the skull and hemorrhage. Sprague, who was about 23 years of age, was a resident of Long Branch and had been riding in hurdle races and steeplechases for some years. Germaine (St. Germain Galop a de), who won thePiis do Diane (French Oaks), value about S15,tOD, at the Chantilly meeting, is another instance of the luck attaching t the pur. base of yearlings. Germaio6's sirj, St. Germain, a grandson of Hermit and Blair Athol, was sold for $160, and her dam, Galopade (by Nougat), made at auction the sum of $27.50. Germaino was sold as a yearling to the Marquis do Montesqaiou at the Tattersall Fiancais for $82, and he was so little plat a ad with his bargain that ha sent her up a few months afterward to the Tattersall Francais, whore she was knocked down to hor present owner for $315, Last year she won close on to S1.0O0, whicn, when taken into account With the Btakea in the Prix do Diane, stows a very handsome dividend for the original outlay. Although ho won only two races, James B. Koene came out far ahead financially of all the owners ut the recant Con y Island Jockey Club meeting. This was duo to Chacornac's drive in the Futarity, aided by a raca won by Voter. Bromley & Co, are secotd on the list in the amount won. Their cLief broad-winner was the two-yodr-old Mesmerist. Einley Mack's winnings and Ben Holladay's victory in the Autumn put the firm of Eastin & Larabie in third place. Owners who won more than $2,000 at the meeting were as follows: James B. Keono, $31,810; Bromley & Co., $18.326 ; Eastin & Larabie, $7,365; J. J. Hyland, $4,623; J E. Madden, $4,520: Sydney Paget, $4 300; T.C. McDowell, $3,880; W. B. Jenninss, $3,805; C. H. Smith, $3,775; Gnorge J. Long, $3 160; J. W Colt, $3,115; Harness & Brossman, 2 740; F.R. Hitchcock, $2,495; C. L. Bailey, $2 490; W. Sho waiter, $2,040; J. Underwood & Co., $2,040. Mr. Robert Peck, for many years a very prominent figure on the English turf, died at Scarborough two weeks ago, in his fifty-fifth year, He had been ill for a long time, suffering from an internal complaint, and went to Scarborough from his residence, Howbury Hall, Bed., about a month ego, accompanied by his wife and the family physician, in what proved vain hope of battering his state. In the various roles of trainer, owner and bloodstock breeder Mr. Peck cut a big fig a re. He was a Malton man his father b iog a trainer at that famons cantor and he began his career in the service of Lord Stamford. Subsequently he had charge of the late Mr. James Merry's horses, and in 1873 he won the Dei by and St. Leger for the great Scotch ironmaster with Donr aster and Marie Stuart. Upon Mr. Merry's retirem'nt two years later Mr. Peck bought Doncaster privately for 10,000. His resale directly afterwards to the Duke of Westminster for the then record price of 14X00 markad the boginning of his Grace's turf career. Mr. Peck trained the first of the Duke's four Derby winners, viz., Bend Or, and he also prepared many good winners for Lord Bosebary. After giving up the public training business, which he did in 1831, he achieved many successes with his own horses. Hacknoss, in 1832, brought off a big coup in the Cambridgeshire, while the exploits of the great Barcaldine and the great little Bard unfortunate enough to be foaled iu the sams year as Ormonde, to whom he ran second in the Derby are well remsm-bered even after the lapse of many years. To the end Mr. Peck kept up a large brock g stud at Howbury Hall. His sons, Percy and Charles, both follow the profession of trainer, the talent for which seems hereditary in the family. Canadian Sportsman. It is curious to note the non-succas3 this year of the big stables. Mr. Whitney's turf failure is only one of many. John J. Hyland, who bad the running properties of August Belmont's horses went wro g early in tho year in the Metropolitan Handicap and s:nce then has been unable to win any big honors. Joined R. Eeene's stable had a balance on the wrong side until Cbacornac won tho Futurity. Careful training and liberal management aid not b ioe success, and his bast two youngstors, Virginia Earlo at-d Doublet, have won no distinct success. Tt o small and inexpensive stables have won the big stakes and tha classic rbcea. Perry Belmont, with only a few horc03, has won nearly $60,000 in stakes. Harness & Brossman, with the blck mare Imp, have placed tbe Sob-at bin and Brighton Handicap to their credit as well as other rich stakes. 3t. Louis Sporting News. Trainers in Trouble TRAIN BBS IN TROUBLE. Judge Bees is making it lively for inconsistent trainers and jockeys at Hawthorne and yesterday he put three more on the black list. They were J. Beckley. D. J. Leary trainers, and jockey Dugan. Tho trio came to grief over the in and out running of the horses Lew Hopper and Oconee. Tbero have been many form reversals during the present racing season but Lew Hopper's was the banner one of them all. He started last Tuesday in an ordinary lot at one mile with Vandusen up. The boy got htm off in front and rode him hard every inch of tha way bat the horso did not seem to have any speed and was beaten off about a sixteenth of a mile. From this race one would be led to be-liove that the horse was of no account and in yesterday's fourth event which was a dash of a mile and an eighth he was a natural 30 to 1 chance. It seems queer that in the face of such a bad race as Lew Hopper ran Tuesday trainer Davs O'Loiry would put himself oat to engage a by like Vititoa to ride, and again it seems queer thit if Vititoe did not know the horse would run well he would accept such a mount. At any rate, Vititoe rode tbe horsa and he ran one of the best racs3 of his career. He had speed galore and was never worse than second. Einstein was tho pacemaker and led to tho head of tha stretch. Hera Law Hopper passed him, and after a terrific drive throngh the laBt quarter barely lasted long enough to b jat Mary Kiasella in l:53i, a very good race. A3 soon aa the boys had be n weighed in Judge Bees sent for and had an interview with trainer Davo O'Leary. Mr. Bronock, who owns Lew Hopper, never bets much but ho had $15 oh him jesttrday. O'Loary claims that he did not bet a cont. Everything may be all right and Lew Hopper may be a rogue, bat how he could possibly come to life so suddenly will always remain a mjstery. Oconse pei f jrmed. and trainer J. Beckley and j cuey Dugn got their medicine in tho second race This filly was beaten by an inforibr lot Tuesday, five furlongs in 1:03. It that race she was 2i to 1 favorite and was riddoa by Dugan and carried but 103 pounds. Yesterday with 109 pounds and M tchell up she won handily and Btepped five farlongs in l:01i. The filly was pocket d and had all kinds of bad racing luck on Tuesday, and many close observers were willing to let that raca pass by. Judge Bees sent for Duan, however, and bad him tell the story of the filly's last racei The boy admitted boing interfered with and hampered, but stated that the interference was not sharp enough to keep the filly from winning had she been all right, and further stited that on that day he thought the filly was dead under him. Tha raco will ba further investigated and in the meantime J. Buckley and Dngan are bjth under tbe ban. Tne racing itself as a mle was rather tame. May Beach picked up 112 pounds and won at seven furlor gs like a good filly. 8be did not beat much, but she was giving away a lot of weight and the raco was a good and fast one. Tbero were sixteen Tory ordinary maidens in the first raco and V.ncontos, at 30 to 1, won oasiiy. This gelding balocigs to J Breaock, making it two wins for his stable daring tha day. After a hard drive and a bumping finish, Man of Honor won the seven fui longs race,for two-year-olds, by a narrow margin from The Monk and Merito, The latter and Man of Honor hooked up at the hoad of the stro ch and fought like demons to tho wire. Man of Honor OOMIIMUKO ON SHOOND FAQS. TRAINEES IN TBOUBLE. (Continued from 1st Page.) seemed to have the filly pinned in on the rail and after tlje race J. file thews made a claim of foul. The claim was ignortd. Kupja jumped out in the lead early in the last race, and after sot tine a nace tn suit herself won cleverly from Yuba Dam and Goodrich Today's card is a crackpjack. ard Manager McAvoy expects the largest crowd of the 8Paon. He has made arrangements to have spf cial cars put on all roads, and the transportati n for handling the people will b9 as near perfect as possible. Golden Eule will surely start agaiost Sam Phillips and Silver Fizz, and this race alone wili be worth the price f admission. The sale of yearliDgs and horses in trairing to be held bsfoie the first race today promis to be a lively one. Clem Creveltng has bepn busy ail week stirring up interest, and lively bidding is expected. Notes of the Turf NOTJSS OF THE TURF. j The program book for tho first seven days of racing at Oakland is cut. It provides for five races daily, with purses rtnuin from $210 to $500. A handicap at a mile for two-year-o.ds is ' the main fe&turo of the opening day. It is of the guaranteed value of $l,C0O, witu $10 entrance and $25 additional to start, The parses of $400 j ' and $5C0 are handicaps. Until tho eastern "contingent arrives, president Tbomas H. Williams will set as presiding steward and J W. Brooks will ba presiding judge with Fred E Mulholland as his associate. As the seaeon progresses and the average class of the horses improves by reason of eastern arrivals, the purses are to ba liberally increased. After Mesmeriet won the Great Eastern Handicap at Shaepehead Bay Mike Dwyer pronounced him the best horse he bad ever seen. In view of tho fact that Dwyer himfelf has owned such great horses as Bramble, Tremont, Kingston, Lon?street and Luke Blackburn, the compliment he paid the Bromley colt is certainly a great one. Mr. A. Featherstone, tbe Chicago millionaire, who is tha leading spirit in the racing firm of Bromley & Co., is said to have won about $40,000 On Mesmerist in the Great Eastern, The famous English race and brood mare, Bnsjbody, by Petrarch Spina way, is dead. She was bred by Lord Falmouth andsdd at tbrroyesrs old for $44,003 to the late "Mr. Abingdon," for whom she won the One Thousand Guireas and tbe Oaks. In "Mr. AbiDg-d n's" stad she produced Meddler, now a successful stallion io America, end for which Mr. W. H. Forbes of Bos'on paid $72,500. Five years ago Sir J. Blnndell Maple bought Busybody for $17,500, bat never raised a foal from her. This has been a tough year on jockeys. W. Martin. Turner, "Tiny" Williams, Everett, Nutt, Troxler, McCue, McNickla, Butter, Gr y, Bijanchamp, Bisping, not to mention others of lasser ro'e, constitute an extraordinary list of ruled-off or suspended jockeys in one season. For one thing, it points to unusual vigilance and severity on the part of various judges, and for another, it cannot f til to excite regret that so many capable riders have given way to baneful itflneuces. Never before in this country has such a high-class field beon eean fit the post in any jumping event ss in the Mineola Hurdle Handicap at Sheepsheed Bay. Among tha starters were Howsrd Msnn, winner of the Brooklyn Handicap of 1897 on r benvy track, but winner nevertheless, BenEders coni in the Kentacky Darby, and winner of maDy stakes. Semper Ego, who finisr-e i second in the Suburban of 1898 and should havo won it. The fact that Mr. August Belmont will not ba represented rn the turf next year has givn rise to the story that John Hyland will train for Mr. W. H C ark vnext season. Mr. Hyland's contract wi h the chairman of th Jockey Club does not expire until the end of the year, and he has not as yat made any engagiment. with any owner or stable for next season. Spirit of tha Times. In a collision in the flr3t race at Fort Erie, yesterday, three horses fell Jockey Landry escaped with a severe shaking up hut A. ' Mitchell, who was on Gratby, had both arms broken and is thought to have concussion of the brain. Secretary Natbaason notiQes owners that a Teprerontativo of the Harlem Jockey Club will bi at Hawthorne today up to 10:00 a m., f r tbe purpose of receiving entries to the Harlem races of Monday. Jockey Charloa Thorpe, who has been with a cimoing party in tbe Colorado mountains for tho last mon h, is riding at the state fair race meeting at Sacramento, Cal., now in progress, I Up to July 3lst Orme, by Ormonde Angelica, headed th list of winning tires in England witu $164 075 to hit credit, Flying Fox, of course, being his chief winner with $130,875. Page  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. 124-13G FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO,. ILL Editob, F. H. Beunell. CHICAGO, ILL., SEPTEMBER 16, 1899. List of Licensed Trainers LIST OF LICENSED TRAINERS. The following named persons have beak granted trainers' licenses for the year 1899: A. Atchinson, Walter, Adkins, John, Arthur, James, Arthur, Frank, Aiken, J. F., Ackorman, L., Aheam, Patrick, Accey, Irven, Avis, Henry, Allen, Dudley, B. Brown, John, Batcheler, H. T., Benson, L. W., Bunbury, B. C, Brown, George H., Banks, Taylor, Brown, J. E., Burns, Edward, Boyle. Charles, Jr., Brenock, Martin J., Blardine, B., Berry, T. M., Black, George Baird, W. M., Blum, E. C, Boyd, J. H., Bryson, J., Brown, W. S., Burns, John. Bronaugh, R. H Burton, J. H., Bull, William, Briggs, Alex., Bender, S. S., Barrow, C. M., Blackburn, T. H.. Brewster, E Brengman, Joseph, Blackburn, Hamilton, Bruce, James, Brannon, J. S., Bondy, Henry, Brown, Ed., Brown, Joseph, Brown, H. H., Brownlow, J. B. F., Boyd, J Brown, E. C, Baker, H. R., Baird, W. B., Bottom, A. D Bradley, James. Booker, J. C, Bennett, W. A., Boardman, O. W., Brazier, George, Becker, P., Blakely, A. G., Bowers, Otis, Bergen, E. M., Bryant, Samuel, C. Carfield, W., Conrads, A., Curry, Gil., Christy, J. D., Combs, J. H., Charles, S. J., Cottingham, M., Cole, B. L., Catanzaro, J., Congdon, W., Corbin, T. T., Collins. Robert, Cleveland, W. K., Cadwallader, Geor Cooper, R. C, Colston, R. Jr., Cantrell, J. M., Cahn, A.. Cahn, J. C, Cady, Mike, Cooper, F. W Crane, W. C. ' Carter, J. V., Clay, J. T., Cotton, W.E., Carroll, William Cushimg, J. E., Conroy, M . Cotton, H. A., Civill, P. M Conraw, W. v., Clickener, Charles, Christy, W, C, Cook, I., Collins, Ed, Clute, M. E., Carmack, W. H., Curl, James, Curtis, G. W., Christy, Lee, Cox, Ira, Carroll, John, Corrigan, E., Covington, George, Cochran, J., deary, M. T., Cary, J. J., Coffey, James, Casey, Thomas, Colston, Thomas, Conway, J. W., D. Danaher, M. T., Dickson, William, Donohne, W. J., Dickie, Charles. Dair, W. F., DeWitt, C, DeVerne, David, Dales, Henry, Dowell, John. Devlin, M. L., Davis, Crit, Dolan, J. F., Durham,!!. B., Dickorson, C. L., Darden, W. W., Dearing, J. D., Davis, J. F., Demoss, R. E., Dawson, Jack, Desha, Hume, Dieboll, C. H., Dowd, J., Duffy, T. R., Dukes, C. A., Davis, T. E., Deatherage, M., Duffy, W. K., Davis, W. H., Dunne, P., Doss, F. W., Daly, M. J., Davis, G. L., Dixon, Bill, Doyle, J. D E. Eilks, E., Eggleston, Uriah, Evans, T. T., Egbart, Paul, Ervin.Bud, ETerman,Jame, Earnshaw, J. B., Ezell, L. H., P. Frazee, L. D., Fleming. James, Fossenden, W. C, Fitzgerald. Edward Frisbie. Frank, Forbes, George, Foreman, J. W., Forsythe, R. B., Fleming, Peter J., Fisher, F. M Ford, W. V., Franklin, A. C., Franklin, A. C. Jr., Feeney, Martin, Furguson, J. R., Freeman, W. B., Fields, W. Foley, W., Farris, D. K., Forsyth, C. J., Flippin, H., Faut, C. V., Foster, A. J., Ferris, J. C. Fawcett, W. W., Fuller, J. W., Ferguson, T. G., Foster, George, Fassett, W. H., G. Gass, James, Gray, J. C, Gering, Frank, Garner, Frank, Grayt J. B.t Grater, John, Gabriel, William, Gannon, John, Graves, G. W., Gaines, George Grates, H., Grimes. G. B., Gum, Walter, Gray, J. Oy Garety, Michael, Guyman, H.. Griffin, W. R., Gardner,William Goebel, P. J., Gibson, Hart, J., Gardner, Frank E Griffin, James, Gibbous, J. E., Gi veils, J. B., Gay, T. A., Grassmuck, H., Grape, Paul E. E Goodwin. A. B Givens, John, Glasscock. Ira, H. Huffman, John. Hughes, V., Hogan, Michael, Hefter, W. 1., Hums, Thomas, Hutchinson, W. C, Henderson, W. V., Howell, J. W., Hlckok .F. H Herman, John. Hill, Dillard, HannaganjJohn, . Henderson, S. Miller, Hopkins, W. J., Headier, E. C, Hughe. J. Tandy, Ham, William, Hatchett. A., Hand, J. R., Hayes, W. M., - Hayes, T. P., Hennessey, G. B., Hall, Eugene, Hyland, Thomas, edges, W. M.. Harding, E., Hennessy, B. M., Hathaway, George, Hayes, Joseph, Hughes, S. K., Hand, J. M., Hibberd, Fred L., Haxrington, John, Hart, Lawrence, Holman.S. N., Howson, G., Harris, Richard, Herron, J. E., Heffron, P. H., I. rviu, Thomas, J. . Johnson, Thorn n , Jordan, Eli, JoplinWarne, Johnson, C. A., Jones, Paul, Johnson,J. A., J dbnson, J. W., J ordan, W. J., Jordan, M., Jennings, W. B., K. Kelaey, C. O., King, Tardy, Keeue, J. O., Kane. William, Keogan, P. H., Kelly, P. 1., Kelly, D. W., Kuntc, M. L., Kiley, Thomas, Kyle, John, Kincy, R. MH Kirby, Frank, Kavanaugh, M., Keefe, James, Kuhs, C. J., Kelly, George D., Kelly, Frank, Kittleman, F. J., L. Laird, W. S., Leigh, F., Lancaster, J. S., Louden, Mack, Lynch. J., Lewis, I.. Lloala, Lister, W. W., Leonard, H., Laswell, William, Lomie, F., Leighton, C, Leary, D. J., Lyles, W. W., Loftas, P. J- Lamasney, Dan, Landsberg, E., Leach, George, Lynch, D. J., M. MoDaniel, H., MoConnell, E. T., MePherson, John, McCafferty, Charles, McMillan, J. D., McAvoy, J. H., McCarthy, J. F., McLaughlin, A. B., McKinley, J. W., McKinney, W. F., MeCafferty, A. C, McCue, W. W., McNanghton, James, McHale, T. J., MHlerJ. J., Missud, Alfred, Mahone, C. E., MachecaJ. R., Malone, P. J., Morgan, H., Miller, D. B., Mayberry, John, Marklein, J. J., Miles, Thomas, Miles, P. J., Meehan, J. P Moon, Edward, Maddox, It. E., Sarks, B. W., Murkett, A., cDowell, T. C, McCann, B., McGlaaeon, C, McDonald, J., MeLean, C. B., MoClure, J. S., MoDaniel, William, Miles, M. T., Mitchell, George, Minston, J. G., Morris, J. F., Mast, Louis, Marders, B. L., May. J. H., Monahan, Thomas, Martin, Branch, Marmion, M. J., Morso, M. T., Murphy, J. E. Maloney, John, Martin, Chris., Martin, M. F., Miller, G. M., Miller, W. W., Meyers, Frank J., Moreland, G. B., Midgely. Frank, Miller, Robert, Maynard, Charles, Mongol, J. T., Marion, Lew, Murphy, J. M., Murphy. J. E., Moshier, F. C, Miller, G. W., Myers, W. G., Morris, W. C, Miller, James, MoFarian, W. P., McDonald, J. E., McCranor, John, McQuaid, J. H., McVey, H. C, Melbusch, Jacob, McCarren, IL, Martin, George, McHugh, J. H McDonald, P., Magrane, W. P., N. Neal, John, Naylor, John, Nepper, Thomas, Newman, John, Newsom, A. G., Nuckols, H. C, Norton, F. L., Nolan, William, 0. O'Connor, Walter, Oliver, W. L., . O'Neall, J. W., Odom, Alex., Oots, H. F., Oheir, Peter, I Pierce, H. T., Patterson, Kimball, Pierce, C. C, - Paull, Lee, Phair, Charles, Powers, John, Patterson. C. E., Poole, G. W., Proctor, Thomas, Parker, E. E., K. Batledge, W. J., Robinson, H., Hedfleld, J. L., Roller, W. H., Bice, J., Rowe, Charles, Riddle, H., Rome, R., Rector, Frank, Reid, C. B., Rohn, J. F., Ratterman, W. B Respass, Jerome, Robinson, W. H., Rold, Fred, Rodegap, John, Rogers, W. M., Rogers, E. R., Rutledge, A., Rybum, Frank, Roseberry, S. A., . Redfern, W. W., Roadh, Patrick, - Robertson, James, Ray, C. O., Redmon, J. K., Randall, W. D., Ryan, T. H., Ryan, P., Ray, N., Robertsqn, J. W., Romigh, O. P., S. Simons, Albert, - Smock, Q. B., Simons, Henry, Smith, J. D., Smith, J. H., Smith, W. J., Smith, W. A., Stout, A. G., SisuDons, W. L., Searcy, Stanley, Shannon, John, Stickney, R., Slaughter, E., Seikengton, J. A., Smith, Harry, Strobel, Smith, G.D Steele, W. J., Stewart, J. E., Sweeney, Ed, Stewart, J. T., Stevens, J. D., Steward, C. W Sibley, H. A., Sailers, J. J., Settle, Thomas, Shadley, W. H., Swarthout, E. R., Snarley, W. H., Shenatt, Thomas, Sweeney, J. B., Sproul, G. O., Scully, W. 0., Stanton, P., Sohorr, John, Sexton, S. M., Strode, Jamas, Seals, W. J., Bayers, Thomas, Smith, J. T., Stubbs, Edward, Snider, Harry, Skaggs, J. A., Sanders, C. F., Shialda, A., Smith, Doll, Stewart, J. M., Smith, Fred, T. Talbot, T. H., Taylor, Alouza, Taylor, W. H., Tucker, R., Thompson. Lewis, Thompson, William, Talbot, G.T., Tate, J. M., Trotter, Edward, Thompson, J. W., Thornton, J. A., Tucker, J. C, Tomlinson, Patrick, Thompson, I. G., Turner, Lee, Troxler, J., Tinley, John, Thomas, L. C, Taylor, F. M., Y. Van Meter, F. B., Varwig, H., Vincent, Benjamin, Vestal, Charles, Vance, John, Vitatoe, Joseph, Van Ness, Frank, W. Webster, R. L., Webster, J. S., Watkins, B., Watters, C. M., Westerfield, R. M., West, P. M., Woidener, W. J., Watson, James, Williams, Howard, Whalen, W., Walker, George, West, O. C, Jr., Ward, J. S., Watkins, Hugh, Wilson, R. C., Warder, J. E., Wright, W. A., Wallace, W. M., Walker, William, Whitman, C, Williams, Scott, Webb, W. S., Wood, F. T., Witherspoon, J. H., Wallace, A. J.. Woodard, W. T., Jr., Williams, L. S., Weir, P. T., Weston, A. G., Williams, A. G., Wright, E., Williams, R. D. Withers. George, Walton, R., Waddell, B., Winder, Lionel, T. Yelverton, G. W., Young, J. H., York, C, Z. Zimmer, A. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. LIST OP LICENSED JOCKETS. The following named persons have been granted Jockey licenses for the year 1899 : A. Adams, Joseph, Aker, Charles, It. Burris, C. N Ball, Frank, Bedenbender, Ed., Broschart, Joseph, Butler, Henry, Bradford, J. Jr., Brendle, John, Bisping, T., Brown, Lee, Burns, Robert, Burrell, Peter, Barnes, W., Ballinger. Avery, Britton, T. M., Booker, Charles, Bloss, W., Boland, J., Brophy, Richard, Brown, J., Burns, Thomas, Bullman, J. J., Boyd, J., Beauchamp, William, Bassinger, Irving, Bennett, F., Bozeman, James, Brown, James, C. Carter, J. J., Caddy, Harry, Carter, W. A., Cogswell, Spencer, Crutchville, William, Castro, Q., ConnellyJames, Conloy, Jesse, Cossidy, Roy, Caywood, W., Clay, Peter, Clerico, John, Cairns, Robert, Cowman, Frank, Combs, C. Crowhurst, Richard, Coy lie, John, Cummings, W. H., Cunningham, John, Cooper, Siney, Coburn, William, Clark, John, Cole, Charles C, D. Dominick, Eddie, Dorsey, Arthur, Dowell, Joseph, Duffy, J. E., Dunn, M., DupoeLJames, Dingley, W. P., Dean, W., Daly, J., DuganLJohn, Doane, F. S., Daily, Frank, Devin, F., E. Everett, J. H., Easley, Tom, Ellison, George, Ellis, E., A. Eggorson. F. Franklin, R., Freeman, J. H., Fogg, Ira, Frazee.J. A., Frost, W., Flick. Robert, Foucon, E., Frawley, George, ; Flick, G.F., G. Givens, Frank, Gormley, James, Givens, Fred, Graham, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Gisbourne, F., Gray, L., Gray, C. R., Guitiers, M., Gatowood, John, Gordon, J., Glover, Thomas F., Grantland, Henderson, II. Hogan, W., Hall, Louis, Harris, Kente, Hart, Jesse, Hayes, Hugh, Howell, Hugh, Hill, T, Hill, J., Harris, J., Hill, Nathan. Hicks, John, Hiram, Frank, Henson, Sam, Hamilton, Anthony, Higgins, J. J., Hennessy, Michael, Harshberger, J. W Higgins, E. T., Hothersafl, J. W., Holden, George, Henry, David, Hahn, J.. Holmes, W., Hothorsall, Hoyt, L. G., Houck,Charle3, Hendricks, E. C, Head, Richard, Huffman, J. W., Harrington, Daniel, Hinkoy, F. T., Hicks, Jasper, Hopkins, Michael, Hanna, Robert, Hall, M., Huston, F., Irrin, J. H., Irven, J. E J. Jones, Willie, Johnson, C, Johnson, S., Jordan, Philip, James, Elmer, Jackson, Lee, ' Jones, Eddie, Jenkins, Clem, , , , K. Knapp, B., Kane, Tony, Keenan, Joseph, Kendrick, W., Kidd, Charles, Kelly, J.. Kitley, T., Kuhn, Charles, Kiley, Walter, Kerin, Joseph, Kelly, Michael, Kenney, Mike, Knight, T., Kolly, A., j. LoulliervJ., Lew, Charles, Landry, F., Lamley, John, Lawless, Frank, Lendrum, B. G., Linss, C, Lynch, John, Littlefleld, F., Lenhart, Charles, Lowe, C. M., Livermore, Joseph, Lambertaon, S. M., Lloyd, E., 31. Martin, W. H., Morgan, Kelly, Murphy, Tim, Mattier, Louis, Macklin, C, Maher, Daniel, Mason, R. J., Myers, James, Michaeh?, M., Mitchell, C, Moody, Thomas, Mooney, W., Morris, William, Murphy, T., McCafferty, J. J., McCann, James, McKinney, Thomas, McKeand, Elmer, McLoudsn. H Murphy, C, Morrison, Albert, Melton, C. N., Mayberry, Hal., McDowell, Charles, Mclntyre, ., Martin, W., Matthews, Jesse, Martin, Henry, Morris, Thomas, Montgomery, C, Murphy, P., Martin, 0., Morso, Q. E., McQuade, John, Mclntyre, C. J., Morrison, John, McClusky, G. A., Morris, Emanuel, Morrissey, Daniel, McHugh, T., Mills, Willie, Mounco, O., X. Narvaea, W., Narvaez, R., Nutt, William, Neal, G., Newcom, J. W., 0. Overton, W. F., O'Brien, Lawrence, Odom, George, O'Leary, Frank, O'Connor, W., P. Patton, George, Patterson, H., Pierce, George, Penn, William. Peterman, Sf, Porretto, Albert, Porter, V., Powers, Thomas, Powell, I., Piggott, Joseph, Paget, R Power, James, Quinn, Jo, R. Rutter, Frank, Rebo, R. Mv Rietz, Alexander, Rigby, W. J., Rigby, B., Ross, E., Reiff , J., Romero, Rafael, Rymal, Harry, Royce, Everett, Riley, C. R., Rose. L., Rold.Othy, Roullier, C, Rauch. J.. Rathbone, R. R., Ray, N.. Robinson, Charles, Richards, Charles, S. Shaw, William, Stewart, W., Silvers, B. Shore, W. A., Shannon, Mike, Sheror, Edward, Sweeney, W. H., Scovill, F., Sutherland, H., Soaton, Hczekiah, Slack, John, Songer, A., SouthardEdward, Stevens, G., Shepard, B., . Sloan, Cass., Spencer, Henry, Shields, John, Scherrer, Joseph, Shields, Henry, Stimpson, Earl, Snider, George, Smith, Raymond, Sheppard, Raymond, Schmitz, L., Strode, J. M., Stockwell, fl. M., Stanhope, Frank, Salurds, Sam. See, William V., T. Tuberville, Frank, Turner, Nash, Thorpe, C. A., Tanner, George, Tally, Henry, Tabor, J., Taylor, W Taylor, S., Tully, Edward, Thompson, J. C, Taylor, G. E., Trottor, Virgil, Tnmletts, Thomas, Thompson, F., Tompkins, Nathan. U. Utter, L. M., y. Vandusen, Charles, Vitatoe, Henry, Van Camp, Q., Wilkins, John, Wedderstrand, C, Walker, T. J., Winkfleld, King, Wooster, Allie, Weaver, Charles, Washington, William, Washbore, A. H., Williams, Harry, Ward, H. Watson, William, Woods, J., Williams, W., Weber, J., Wood, William, Wilson, William, Whitlock, Fred, Y. Young, Joseph, To ride for his stable only. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. The Amerian Turf Congress THE RMERIOW TURP 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. 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,.Ill. 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, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. Jas. H. Rees, Memphis, Tenn. E. C. Hopper, Covington, Ky. Committee on Rules. Job. A. Murphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Tarlton, Frankfort, Ky. E. C. Hopper, Covington, Ky. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President George Henry Wheeler. First Vice-President Samuel W. Allerto Second Vice-President Henry J. Macfae land. Third Vice-President Charles D. Hamill. Fourth Vice-President George E. P. Dodgb Treasurer John R. Walsh. Secretary James Howard. Wellington Hotol, Chicago, 111 Racing Stewards D. Mark Cummings, Qua tavu3 A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, JoIid Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee George Henry Wheeler, Samuel W. Allorton, Henry J. Macfarland, Charles D. Hamill, George E. P. Dodge, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gor-ton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage. Gustavus A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings. J. Henry Norton. The first six aro.ex-officic 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. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. Executive Committee A. S. Caldwell, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones S R. Montgomery ex-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB President Merrill B. Mills. Vice-President John W. Price. Treasurer George M. Hendeie. 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-Peesident and General Manager F F. Fowler. Treasurer Feank P Helm. Secretary J G. Hanly. Assistant Secretary Roger Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Kj NEW LOUISYILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President W7. F. Schulte. Vice-President W. E. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger, Secretary Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Kj TACIFIC 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. Louis, Mo LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. 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, Ey. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. M. Apperson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. Little Rock, Ark. IIAKLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter Richard Dwyee. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Streot, 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 Gravior Streot, New Orleans, La. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President V. L. Kirkman. Secretary J. W. Russwuhm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Diheotorb May Overton, Andrew Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, J. W. Russwurm. The " Ruled off" List THE "RULED OFF" LIST. There is no authentic list of ruled off owners, trainers, jockeys and horses of the western turf. Such a list is necessary for information and is being carefully made up by Secretary E. C. Hopper for TnE American Turf Congress Record. Here is a partial list, which will be amended as the officials of the American Turf Congress tracks make their official returns to Secretary Hopper: latonia jockey club. William Brannon, for connection with Polk Badget ringing case. ST. LOUIS JOCKEY CLUB F. H. Hazenfeld, owner, and horses Alibi, b. g, 8, by Miser Acquital; Biscayne, b. h, 6, by Glenelg Delphine; Catskill, b. c, 4,byGlenelg Delphine ; Colonel Barrott, b. g, 6, by Rossing-ton Betty Waddell ; Lazzara, ch. g, 6, by So-branje Kaskaskia ; Merry Noll, br. m, 6, by Darebin La Favorita ; Uncle Eli, ch. h, 5, by Aintree Quick ; Whiskers, br. g, 6, by Duke of Montrose The Tigress. This is the Little I Am case. Thomas Berry, owner, and horse Clay Poynter G. Holdcn, jockey, indefinitely suspended and license revoked. PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. T. H.Cook, owner. J. H. Peters, H. Mc-Mahon, John Welch, J. Burns, B. Sheppard, A. Stanford, steeplechase jockeys. CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION. . R. F. Meyers and his horses. C. Gray, jockey, suspended indefinitely and license revoked. Wm. DeLong, jockey, ruled off for offering bribe. LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. W. Gallagher, owner, and horse Patroon, b. c, 4, by Patron Madio. DETEOIT JOCKEY CLUB. J. M. Cooper, alias "Bozeman." HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Sept. 30, 1898 J. Horton, John Kinney, jockeys, ruled off. July 5, 1899 W. H. Snearly, trainer, suspended and recommended that license committee revoke license. HAWTHORNE (CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION.) 1892 J. Mara, Snider and S. Bell, jockeys, ruled off. 1893 W. Feeney, L. Daly, A. Gregg, W. Hig-gins, jockeys, ruled off. J. B. Fox, J. Mode-land, J M. Ryan, F E. De Roo, J. B Gregg and J. G. Gain, owners, ruled off. 1898 R. F. Myers, owner and trainer, ruled off. Allen Nixon and A. Johnson, jockeys, ruled off. 1893 J. Ransom, B.White, W. Harris, jockeys, suspended. 1898 J. McDonald, jockey, suspended. 1899 T. McNickle, C. Milton, jockeys, suspended. Horses Ruled Off Chicago Racing Association.) 1893 Packhorse, by LStorey Lasslof Ayr; Sleepy Cap, by Tim Murphy dam unknown; Birdie M., by Penn Bass Tipperary Girl; Sea-light, by Penn Bass Minuet; Lena Leoto, by Alto dam by Stockwoll; Aucilc, alias IDan Kurtz, by Ansol Isabel. 189S Tusculum, by Bom Strome Crafen; Filibuster, by Longsides Little Mollio; Obstinate Simon, by Simon Magnus Persistence ; Board Marker, by Falsetto Rebellis ; Frank Stanton, by Jils Johnson Trousseau; Gotabout, by Teuton Gadabout; Dayton Star, by Day Star-Miss McGregor; Sun Bonnet, by Eberlee Blue Bonnet ; Immense, by Himyar Rhoda. THE MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. W. Hogan, steeplechase jockey, indefinitely suspended ; J. Streot, jockey, and R. Doty, foreman, ruled off. CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB. M. Coughlin, ownor.'and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreek, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. VOli. I. SUPPLEMENT 10 DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATDRDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899. yp. 38. Page  DAILY RACIW6 FORM AND AMERICAS TDRF CONGRESS RECORD, ISSUED EVEBY DAY. OFFICIAL OBGAK OF THE AMEEIOAN TUBF OONOKESB. DAILY HACINQ FOEM PUBLISHING CO. A daily reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph. Editob, F. H. Bbunell. Asooiate Editor, C. G. Hilet. 12126" FIFTH AYEHDE, CHICAGO, ILL COPYRIGHTED. lntered according to act of Congress, in the year 1899, by Frank H. Brunell, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, U. B. A. (The cnart numbers of Dailt Racing Fosit mnst not be used. They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected ) . TEEMS : Per Month S 1.25 Half Year 7 50 One Year 14.00 The above rates are for single copios as sealed letters first-class mail. Daily -teeing Form Publishing Co. prefers to send single copies as first-class mail in all C3E63. Local subscriptions outside the down town district 09 declined at othsr thnn first-class a ail matter rates. SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS. BxjBSCBirrioNB Mtjst bb Paid in Advance. Entered In the Post Office a? Chicago as second class matter. Fort Erie Form Chart FORT ERIE FORM CHART. FORT ERIE, OUT., September 15. Fifteenth day. Fort Erie Jockey Club. Autumn Meeting- Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge, L. P. Tarlton. Starter, Mars Cassidy. Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. -jyjp FIRST BACK 1 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olas end upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St Vj H i BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 145023ALTHEA 4 3 104 8 71 5h 31 2ij 11 Forehand W Jennings 1 6-5 1 6-5. 14502 L'SVILLE BELLE3 100 2 12 13 12 14 25 J W6ber P Simons & Co 8 8 7 7 14534 HELENH.il. 6 102 10 63 24 21 31 33 Valentine J H V limine 4 4 3 3 1447R ELLSMERE 6 107 7 91 4' 43 4" 41 Mclntyre H B Meyers 4 4 4 4 14550 VIOLA K. 3 99 6 4a 8 56 56 5 Irvin J Franklin 50 0 50 60- EUTIS 3 104 9 8 7 6 6 6 R King TKtng 30 50 30 50 14532 ELANO 7 107 1 31 9 Pulled up. Bodbpt WJSoeirs 6 10 6 10 13641 IN THR PUSH 3 100 3 2" 31 Fell. Landry J Whitten 15 15 15 15 14536 GRANBY 3 104 4 5"" 62 Fll. A Mitchell J Bryan 6 8 6 8 14508 GOV. MC HENRY 3 102 5 10 10 Fell. E James M & E Blanchard 30 0 30 30 Time, 25i. 51, 1 :17M :43h Winner B. f, by Atlantic or Dutch Roller Blossom Post4 minutes Start wood. Won handily: ssc nd easily. Althea got up in the last sixteenth. Sh6 was going away at the finish. Helen H. II. tired in the last quarter. Elano had 1 topped wben tbe Hccident liapp ned. Overweights Louisville Belle, 1 pound: In the Push, 1. Althea, place. 1 to 2; show. out. Louisville Belle, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Helen H. II., place, 6t o 5 ; show. 1 to 2 Ellsmere, plac, 8 to 5 ; show. 4 to 5. SECOND HACK 5-8 Milel Purse $250. 2-year-olds. Allowances. I"4:5(33 fad Horses A Wt St H H M BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 145052ADVANCE GDABD 112 3 3 3i 24 U H Lais W H Barrett 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-i 145532K1NG DELLI3 110 2 24 2" 14 21 Sourer Baker & Gentry 2 2 2 2 - 1448J JOHN HALSEY 110 7 61 63 53 31 Forehand M-nuio &Connell4 4 4 4 14535 AMARANTH 107 5 53 4 44 4 E Jamea A Willis 10 10 10 10 14503 MISS FONSOLAND 107 4 11 11 3" 51 J Clark Stiobel & Miller 100 1C0 100 100 14309 JOE MC FAELAND 109 1 4 5" 6 62 Flint TKug 30 30 30 80 14436 LOCH EAVEN 115 6 7 7 7 7 Neville W Jennings 30 50 30 Bfr Time, 24, 49, 1:02. Winner Ch c, by Great Tom Nellie Van. Post 4 minutes. Start good Won easily; second the same. Advance Guard went to the front when reacy and won an be pleised. John Hniey made up mucU ground. Amaranth ran. away a quarter of a mile before the start. King Dellis ran his race. h-cratcbed 14535 Maple. 107. Overweights Advance Guard, 2 pounds; Joe McFarlmd, 2. King DilliB, plbce, 1 to 2; show, out. John Ealsey, place, G to 5; show, 1 to 2. THIRD HACK 1 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. AllowancesT" 1 f5 L " Inn hnr-e- A t -t M -trFu Jick-y Qnwra O H L G 14477 BEGUILE 4 109 2 lU 12 13 12 11, Fiiut, J Duigau 2 2 2 2 145343 RNNOM LA 4 107 1 2 21 22 22 2H S .cgir P J G ebel & Co 4 4 4 4 145312BELL PUNCH 4 105 4 5 4 3 32 3l0C48.ro H H diover 2 2 2 2 14534 KED PI BATE 3 102 3 3 3" 43. 43 42 Mason W Dickson 3 3 8 3 14513 CHOPIN 3 97 5 41 5 5 5 5 F. rehand JLDwyer 4 6 4 6 Time. 24i, 49. 1:13. 1:40. Winner Br. f, by Argyle Fannie Willougtiby. Post 6 minutes. Start g-od. Won in a hard drive. Beguile showed the most speed. Ho was doing his bast through the last sixteenth. Ball Panch was b idly kicked at the post. En-nomia was drivirjg to the limit. Chopin sulked. Red Pirate can do better. Overweights Bpgoile, 4 pounds E guile, place, 4 to 5: show, out. Emomia, place. 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Bell Punch, place, 4 to 5; show, out. Rfd Pirate, place, evens; show, out F0URTH HACE-4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $25o72 year-oldsSeUirji; X 4: Ind Horses A Wt Bt M W 3 BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 14509 DAILY REPORT 115 3 21 1 11 H Lwis R McMahon 6-5 7-5 6-5 T-V 14413 PHAEOAH 103 1 4 43 2 Cunn'ghamGus S raus 3 3 21 21 (14511) UK. BR'JWN 103 4 31 32 33 Mas -n H E Leieh 2 2 2 2 14533 LISSOME 104 2 Vi 21 42 Smville RG Lansing 15 15 15 15 14511 Z EL VIET 100 5 53 5 5 J Weber TP Hues 10 10 10 10-(14503) -INNEMAHONE 100 6 6 6 6 MiQuado TDlDhier 10 15 10 15 14062 BADINAGE 97 7 7 7 7 F reuand SDMillican 20 30 0 30 14028 GLORY QUAYLE 97 8 8 8 8 Shtw J Berger 30 50 30 50 Time, 23i, 48 J, 55. Winnflr Br c, by Candlemas Jnlia Kinnoy. Post 10 minutes. Start straggling. Won easily ; second driving. Daily Eeport came away-at the head of tne stretch. He nad plenty in reserve at tbe finish. The next two were driving to-tbe limit. Pnaroah got the plac iu the final striae. The last four had no chance at the start. Glory Quyle ran the distarce to a falo start. Overweights Lissome, 4 pounds ; Zelmet. 3 Daily Beport, place, 2 to 5; show, out. Pharoah place, 4 to 5; show, out. Mr Brown, place, 4 to 5: how. ont. Jj FIFTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Pursa $2.0. 3-yoar.oias ana upwara. Selling! Ind Horses A Wt Bt X K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L (14" 02) ZOROASTER 3 102 9 81 52 31 22 i J Weber W Shields 7 10 7 10 ( 11536) NEKARNIS 4 108 3 11 11 12 11 22 Songtr J Berling 3 4 3 4 14537 BY GEORGE 3 104 8 51 2h 43 42 31 Mhsou J C Ferris Jr 3 3 3 3 (14507)COMP'NSATION 3 113 2 61 7 7 51 4 H Lewis B E Beach 12 12 14536 PERCITA 6 108 0 3 62 61 71 5 Castro H H Stovar 7 10 7 10 (14412) BED SNAPPEE 3 104 7 21 32 2" 3 61 Forehand J W Foreman 20 30 20 30 14512 FRE5CO 6 108 6 4 4 52 64 7 E James WpIIs&Co 6 6 6 6 14513 S1MCOE 3 97 4 9 9 8 8 8 Thompson N Dyment 100 200 100 200 14t322INTFRFERER 3 103 1 7 8 9 9 9 Cnnn'gnam A S ihnltze 10 10 10 10 14380 CHANCERY 3 105 10 10 10 10 10 10 Patton W Dickson 10 15 10 35 Time, 241, 49, 1:141, 1:271. Winner B. g, by Rayon d'Or Astoria. Post 11 minutes. Start good. Won in a hard drive. Tbe first two fought it out close' through tbe stratch. Nrkarnis tired at the end. Red Snapper was probably short. He ran well for tnio-quar era. By Grorge about ran bis race. Compensation was pinched off in the "first farlocg and was p cketed to the last eighth. Scratched 14551 Dick Wan en, 105; 14536 Coosada, 97. Overweights Interferer, 1 pound; Chancery. 1. Zjroaster. placa, 4 to 1; show, 2 to 1. Nikarais, placs, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. By George, pla'ce, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Compensation, place, 1 to 2; show, out. - rj" SIXTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling! 1 id Horses A Wt St jj i X BtrFin JockeyB Owners Q H L C 14532 DEVIL'S DREAM 5 107 4 3 43 4 2'. 13 W Shaw J K Hnghos 2 2 2 2 14146 ELS1NA a 107 1 6" 6"" 51 51 2" McQ lade M J Hickey 4 6 4 6 14484 DE HAVEN 3 102 6 12 11 11 11 3h By n DougUs & Bruhns6 6 6 6 14510 OTJK, LIDA 3 99 2 23 2H 23 31 4 Forehand HLJobnon 10 10 10 10 145202CKINGE 3 100 5 9 9 9 4 5 Castro R H Bronaogh 20 30 20 30 14510 ISAAC 3 99 9 8'1 7 8 6a 62 Geif -r T Hums 10 15 10 10 141323SATINWOOD 3 100 3 1" 5 7 7 7 J VYebar C B Beid 3 5 3 5 14513 SlU BLAZE 3 107 8 43 31 31 8 8 Mason J O Ferris Jr 4 4 4 4 145I03YOCNG BEL 3 103 7 5 811 6 9 9 Cunn'ghamMrs M C Lyles 10 20 10 20 14532 HUNGRY HILL 5 107 Left at the post. EJarr.es M E Fellows 30 30 30 30 Time, 24i, 50, 1:16k, 1:42. Winner B. m, by Chittabob Tempe. Pott 10 minutes, mart good. Won easily ; second driving. Devil's Dream took the lead in the last eighth anu won with plenty in reserve. The next fivo were driving to the limit. Cringa was closing fast Hungry Hill rn away two miles before the start. Overivetghtt Cringe. 1 pound; Salinwood. 1; Young Bol. 4 Devil's Dream, plae. 4 to 5; show. out. E'sina. ilace, 2 to 1; show, evens. De Haven, place,. 2 to 1; t-Iiow, evens sir blazn. pUce, 8 t- 5; show. 4 tn 5. Hawthorne Form HAWTHORN B FORM. The form of Saturday's Hawthorne fields is: Fitst Race Dr Nenjbula.Tolane, Great Bend. S-cond Bacp Fam Phillips, Golden Eule or 8ilver Fizz, Bonnivard. Third Rare Rnrgrs entry, Golden Rule or ;Flmor. Fair "Deceiver. Fourth Rbcp Vanity. Gkbo II., Three Forks. Fifth Race King Bermuda, Jimp, Croesus. Sixth Bace Serrano, Bonneville, The Lady in Blue. Hawthorne Entries HAWl HORK ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. First Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Ind. HorseB Age Wt. fldcD. 12906 Great Bend 4.. ..106 735 (14435)Dr. Nembula 3....1C4 750 145703Tulane 3.... 104 745 14467 Ramlet :. 3.... 93 680 Second Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (14383)Sam Phillins 107 ......725 1433.)S'iverFizz 104 675 (14557)Goldea Eule 104 715 14557 Borii ivard 103 665 14497 Warm Baby 100 625 Third Race 6 1-2 Furlongs. All ages. Handicap. 14S703Tulann 3.... 113 725 14458 Lord Fairfax 5. ...108 700 14560 Fir Deceiver 4... .104 725 144333Bertha Nell 4... .103 735 144493Gporgie 3.... 102 750 14521 Damocles 6.. ..100 685 (14557)Goldpn Eule 2.... 94 740 14500 Florizar... 2.... 90 ......710 (14497)Flamora 2.... 89 725 D. P Rc dgers & Co. entry. Fourtli Race Short Course. Steeplechase. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 14559 Tbreo Forks 8.. ..159 615 145593VBnity 4. ...145 610 1459 Gyrceiver 4.... 145 600 145592 Glob II 4.. ..135 640 144933Maible 8... .135 610 14281 Diu-terswivcl 4.. ..135 600 145r8 Cotner 4.. ..130 550 144993Bellamy 4....1B0 610 14558 Cheesomite 3.. ..125 605 F.ftli Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling. 14571 Eitholin 4.. ..110 660 (14521: Ptcemaker 4.. ..104 675 14453 Croesus 3.... 103 685 (14529)Kinc Bermuda 4.. ..103 725 l45 03fat Garrett 3 ... 95 650 14501 J:mp 3.... 94 690 14141 Fibnk Ireland 3.... 94 6C0 14556 Schauken 3.... 91 635 14334 Gadsden 3.... 91 625 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 141402Bnneville 4....107 745 (14288)Serrano 5. ...107 750 (14449JAllBvi8te..... 4.. ..104 710 . . (14:60)Tulla Fouso 3.. ..101 725 14530 King's Highway 4.... 99 e80 143U2Hairy Nuiter 3.... 97 725 (14501) Sea Lion 3.... 97 715 14! 01 Jim McCltevy 3.... 92 710 14120 Sum Lazarus Esq 3.... 92 735 14558 Miss Stanton 3.... 89 665 (14525)The Lady in Bine. 3.... 89 745 (14590)Dlser, 3.... 89 725 Brooklyn Form BROOK YN FORM. New Yokk, N. Y., September 15. The form of Saturday's Gravesend fields is: First Eace Bendoran. St. Callatine, Blue Dovil. Second Race Wood Pigeon, Dare All, Mars Chan. Third Eace Mr. Jerev, Sakhrat. Montanic. Fourth Eace Imp, Prince McClurg, May Hempstead Fifth Eace Rare Perfume, Sky Scraper, Dan Bice. Sixth Eace Dangerous Maid, Manvilla, Smoke. Brooklyn Entries BROOKLYN ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather clear; track fast. First Race About 3-4 Mile. All Ages. Heavy Weight Handicap. Ind. HorseB. Age. Wgt. Hdco (14409)Bendoran 4. ...140 750 14514 Iidor 5. ...132 ..."...730 13l023CandFeblack 4. ...122 715 142972St Callatine 4. ...115 740 (l4145)Blne Devil 5. ...115 735 U5t42Lfldy Lindsay 3. ...110 720 14514 Jinks 3.. ..110 725 14545 J. A Gray 6. ...118 715 lU3Sky Scraper 3. ...108 710 145143 Lambent 6.. ..107 730 145423 Ben Bariad 4.... 107 725 14542 Bf Ho of Memphis 4.. ..106 735 1447f 2Lady Ma -ge 3.. ..104 710 14516 Kilmarnock 2. ...102 705 14407 laroba 3.... 97 690 144?43 HerbPrt 2.... 97 700 14462 Tinkler... 4.... 95 690 Second Race About 2 1-2 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Steeplechase. (14482) Wood Pigeon 6 ...172 7C0 14519 Trillion 8.... 164 680 l4il92Daro All 5. ...142 690 13140 Mars Otmn 8. ...139 685 14l823V,n Ship 6 ...139 675 13653 Sculptor 4.. ..138 690 5313 Naviculine 4. ...135 660 14482 The Purser 3. ...135 6i0 Third Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. The Prospect Handicap. Value $2,500. (14464)Sadducee 126 720 45412Lieutenant Gibson 12? 730 145l6McMcakin 120 ......725 131382 Mark Cheek 120 725 145l6Kilmarncck 117 720 (14538) Montanic. 114 735 14516 Sakhrat 114 740 14480 Barmatian 113 725 14480 Plucky 113 720 14180 Elfin Conig 113 715 129042Elizabeth Klein Ill 710 14516 Withers 110 710 (14347) Water King 110 730 14516 King's Courier 110 715 14516 Waring 110 720 14516 Mr. Jersey 107 750 145382Flower of Gold 106 715 145S8 Motley 103 735 145463Hammock 102 710 14546 Templar 102 700 J. E. Madden entry. Fourtli Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. The Occidental Handicap. $1,500 added. (14517)Imp 5. ...129 8C0 144813 Previous 4.... 122 760 ( 14429) Pricca McClurg 3.. ..115 785 l45172May Hempstead 3.. ..113 775 7122 The Soman 5....112 750 (14l20)Brigade 3.. ..Ill 755 (14 ;39)Kiug Barleycorn 3.. ..Ill 770 145472Charcntus 4.. ..109 750 14517 Muskadine 4.. ..106 760 Fifth Race 1 1-10 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Sailing. (14515)Handpres3 4.. ..114 705 14308 Estaca 5.. ..106 695 144832Dan Rice 4.. ..106 715 14165 Banished 4.. ..106 680 (l4428)Earo Perfume 3.. ..104 725 14428 Hardly 4. ...104 715 14515 Uoasilla 4.. ..103 710 145432Ctiappaqoa 3.. ..103 700 14461 The Burlington Route . 3.. ..103 690 (14389)Lucky Star 5.. ..103 710! 33951 Hurricane 3.... 99 705: 14lll3Sky Scraper 3.... 99 720 14483 Deyo 4.... 98 710 144833JeiIerson 6.... 98 715 13653 Asihore 3.... 97 680 14515 Cathedral 3.... 97 690 14512 Holland 3.... 97 705 14542 Klondyke Queen 3.... 94 685 Sixth Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 14424 Mynheer 113 655 13826 Rocbester 112 640 14480 Er win 112 680 14347 Prestidigitator 112 665 14540 Manvilla 108 690 14518 Jucoma 108 645 14518 Kitchener.... 107 60 (l4478)Dangerous Maid 107 700 I 14518 Suoiehatn 107 685 14518 foacefnl , 107 675 14329 Wax Taper 107 660 l4lo72DonblanB 105 665 145182Behe of Oileana 104 680 14426 Smoke .....114 635 , 14424 Bold Knight 104 675 1 14518 Bounalee 104 670 14478 Laureatea 103 665 144i83Fcdeali3t .102 660 14al8 Post Haste 102 67S (14361)Maiastone 99 650 1478 Decimal 99 670 144b0 Prosit 97 625 14478 B verage 96 635 14478 Jamaicd 94 665 14478 Laoza 94 630 Page  Appeals Degided APPEALS DECIDED. The Committee on Appeals of the American Turf Congress has rendered the following decisions in cases appealed from various members of tho Turf Congress. The most important case is that affecting jockey Rose and employer W. Clancy. The decision is as foUows : In the controversy between J. J. Smith and W. Clancy over the services of the boy Lee Rose, the committoe rendered the following opinion : "In the case of the jockey Lee Andrew Rose, we are of the opinion that J. J. Smith is legally entitled to his services, and it is ordered that W. Clancy bo fined $100 and relinquish his claim upon the boy; and it is further ordered that the jockey Rose be notified to at once return to the service of J. J. Smith." At tho spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club W. Gallagher, part owner of the b. c, Patroon, 4 year-old, by Patron Madie, entered said horso in a race to be run on May 4th, and after time to declare Gallagher requested the judges, C. F. Price and L. P. Tarlton, to excuse thenorse. After an examination of tho horso and being fully satisfied that he was not lame, as claimed by Gallagher, the judges ordered Gallagher to start the horse, Gallagher refused to do so and the judges ruled Gallagher and the horso off. The Committee on Appeals sustained tho judges. In the controversy botween F. M. Arthur and the Queen City Jockey Club over tho payment of entrance fees, the committee decided that the Queen City Jockey Club was entitled to the $65 hold by the Chicago Racing Association. The case of James Robinson, who was ruled oil last winter by the Crescent City Jockey Club, was referred back to said club for action. List of Licenses refused LIST OP LICENSES REFUSED. The following named persons have been re fused Jockey licenses for the year 1899: Blake, W., H., Hannawalt, George Clay. Calvin, Sullivan,' R. S., Smith, L., Burns, J. J., Combs, C. Stoval, John, De Soto, E. C, E. C. Hopper, Secretary. The following named persons have been refused trainer's licenses for the year 1899 : Oppenhoimer, F. Stafford, A. J., E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Persons Ruled Off PERSONS RULED OFF. Covington, Ky., July 19, 1899. Find below corrected list of ruled off, suspended and expelled persons from the Pacific Coast Jockey Club : J. Burns, B. Sheppard, A. Stanford and John Coyle, jockeys, ruled off. R. Cairns, J. Wilkins and Doc Tuberville, jockeys, indefinitely suspended. H. Cooper, owner; A. Nickells and F. E. Mul-holland, trainers, expelled. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., July 25, 1899. The following persons have been ruled off and suspended by the St. Louis Fair Association : 1897 C Johnson, jockey, Dick Young, Bradford Blevins, Jerry Downing, trainer, ruled off. Dr. C. S. Herbert (alias) J. C Davi3 and O. A. Arthur, trainer, and H. L. Wasson, agent, account, Little I Am ringing case. 1898 The following jockeys were indefiuitoly suspended : A. Warren, C. Clay, Tip Leigh, J. Snell, 0. L. Elliott and Archie Mclntyre, the latter suspended for all but his employer, W. P. Magrane. 1899 T. B. Watts, owner and trainer. The above are an addition to those already sent. E. C. Hopphe, Secretary. Covington, Ky., July 28, 1899. I have received notice of the following rulings from the Chicago Racing Association (Hawthorne) : Jockey J. Rutter, suspended indefinitely for suspicious actions and getting left on the horse Uhler on July 12. Recommended that the License Committee revoke his license. . Jockey T. McNickle, suspended indefinitely for ride on horse King Bormuda ; same recommendation as to revoking license. Jockey Charles Melton, suspended indefinitely for ride on horse The Winner; same recommendation as to revoking license. For inconsistent racing the further entry of the following horses will be refused : The Dauphin, Robert Bonner, Einer, Hardly and Uarda. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 2, 1899. The following jockey licenses have been revoked by the License Committee on recommen-dation of the judges of the Chicago Jockey Club, viz. : T. Rutter, Charles Melton, T. McNickle. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 16, 1899. I have received notice of tho following rulings by tho St. Louis Fair Association : W. L. Cassidy, ruled off. Charles Houck, jockey, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 22, 1899. Tho Chicago Jockey Club notifies me of the following rulings : Jockey T. Bisping, indefinitely suspended. Wood Hoffman, owner, fined $100 and his stable suspended for thirty days for misrepresentation in Duffy license case. The License Committee has revoked Bisping's license on the recommendation of the judges of said JockeytClub. E. C. Hopper, Secretary Covington, Ky., August 25, 1899 The Harlem Jockey Club notifies me of the ruling off of Jockey Jesse Everett for purposely riding to lose Lord Zeni. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 30, 1899. The Harlem Jockey Club has notified me of the following ruling: Jockey John Morrison has been indefinitely suspended. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Sept. 7, 1899. The Chicago Racing Association has raised the suspension of Jockey A. Eggerson. JS. U. Hopper, Secretary. OFFICIAL NOTICE. Covington, Ky., July 11, 1899. The Harlem Jockey Club has notified mo that tho entry of the horse Kriss Kringle, on account of extreme inconsistency in raping, has been refused. Covington, Ky., July 27, 1899. Tho Harlem Jockey Club has notified me that the further entries from E. R. Bradley and of tho horses Brigade, Piccola, Native Son and Friar John willbe refused at their track. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1899. Harlem (Chicago) August 21 September 2 Harlem (Chicago) September 13 30 Latonia, Ky Oct. 728 Newport, Ky Oct. 30 Nov. 18 Page  Hawthorne Form Chart HAWTHORNE FORM CHART. CHICAGO, ILL., September 15. Forty-eighth day. Chicago Jcckoy Club. Summer Meeting. Weather clear ; track fast. Presiding Judge. Capt J. H. Reee. Starter. Richard Dwyer. Racing starts at 2:15 p. m. l A T f Q FIRST RACE 1 Mile. Pars S400. $75 to second; $25 to third. X tab O O O 3-year.olds and upward. Maidens. Allowances. I id Horses AWt 8t H S X Btr Fin JockeyB Owners O H L V. 8736 V1NCENNES 3 102 3i 6 92 61 3 VH Flick John Brenock 20 30 20 30 14038 MARBARA 3 10U 6 3ii 2H 23 2U2J- J Mathews Jas Griffin & Co 5 6 3 4 14213 Bl .OOfll CH'NCE3 102 2 li Uf'H 1" 31 Mitchell Rexford & Teana 10 10 8 8 14522 BROWN DICK 3 109 5k 5" 5" 41 41 41 Tnll7 W H Roller 5 6 5 5 14531 FiLSRTTO .TU 3 102 9 7 8 9 5 5h Viitoe L S Williams &Co20 30 20 30 14141 NELME FONSO 3 103 lu 2i 3" 3 6U 6" N Hill Sweet & Co 5 6 5 6 9841 AVTMUS 3 109 lOi 10"142 102 10H 72 E M rris WHCbambrf&Col2 15 12 15 14167 EUTFRPE 3 102 4" 43 4H 52 72 8H fl Wilon Perkins & Holt 12 15 12 15 14139 M. RESERVE 3 102 11h 112 132 1U 112 91 McNaliy GBHavill 50 60 50 60 14038 OUR FRIEND 4 109 7" 9 1011142 121 102 W Dean Jamqs Wbitten 8 12 8 8 14:27 SADIE AKTHA 3 102 12 122 62 72 81111" Resell Palmar & Benton 50 60 50 60 144b83M AR. SANSOM 3 109 8" 8H 72 8H 9" 122 McJoynt D P Rndgers& Col5 0 15 20 14467 BRIDGEFORD 3 105U3 141 151 152 132 133 FTbompBonE T Graves 15 20 15 20 145S1 SHOTBELT 3 102 15n 15 123 I3i 14U142 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 30 50 SO 50 14196 r OSNER 4 10S 14i13i112 122 153 151 Hamilton Mrs S M Sexton 20 30 20 30 1413a LONG DANDY 3 109 16 16 16 16 16 16 M Weber J Joaej 40 E0 40 50 Time, 24, 36i, 49. 1 :03, 1 :16, 1 :42i. WioDer Br. g, by Victory lllisee. Off at the first break to a good start. Woa easily at the end aftar an early drive; the next six were driving to the limit. Vi cranes was ridden all over the racetrack and had to be much the biBt to win. He swerved bidly in the stretch about tbe three-sixteenths post, but cancel no inteif- rence. Marsara seemed to b" ga'lopirg with her moutb wide open on the turn, but when Mathews let her down she hd nothing left to respond with. Brown Dick will probb!y die a maiaen It was too far for Nellie Fonso. Considering the size of the field the start was a good onp. 3rntched-12429 Tar;u3, 105; 11418 Abusive, 102 Overweights Bridgefo'ro, 3 pound?; Nellie Fonso, 1; Animus, 4: Oar Friend, 4; Mnrcara.2 Vincfnnes, place, 10 to 1; show, .4 to 1. Mareara. place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Blooming Chance how, Sto 5. pT SEC0ND"RACEiII5S-M:ile; Purse $400ir$75 to second; $25 to thira. 1 -ft- f O f 2-year-olds. Allowances. Inn Ht.fes A Wt St & Vi K StrFin Jockeys Qwpnrs O H L C f45i3 OCONEK 109 6 hU 2W 21 l-'s ftli ctieil t : Becktej & Co 4 6 4 6 145003TARHILL 112 11 102 5 31 2 W Dean E W Purser 4 5 4 5 14523 THE RUSH 107 91 4i 31 4h 3tTBura8 J W Schorr & Son 10 15 10 15 (14430VPARMENION 112 7 71 6" 5H 41 Vititoe W H Laudeman 9-5 9-5 7-5 8-5 14335 WIG 112 10 8" 1 1 5 Linfs WCFesenden 10 12 10 12 145262B4.S3EDA 104 12 1110102 72 & W Jonea E Corrigan 4 8 4 8 14333 1ILDY ANN 109 14 If 41 6 7H Wiukfleld W H May & Son 20 20 20 20' 14520 EPNA GERRY 107 8 6i 7h 811 8" Conley W O Overton SO 30 SO 30 145243 MA KTIN DUKE 109 31 2 92 10 92 J Mathews Ap'lg'te&D'rh'm 12 25 12 25 145263ANTONIETTA 107 2a 122 112 uilio Glover WCdoBLopez&Co50 50 50 50 144J82RIGELAND LAD 112 5 92 S 92 112J Vandusan H J Scoggan 10 15 10 15 13944 SYR A 104 4" 3122 121 121 H WiUon D nsley & Co 30 60 30 60 TOM GILMORE 107 13 13 13 13 13 M Weber J H 8mith 30 100 30 100 Time, 12. 24. 361, 49;. 1:01 Winner B. f, br Jnlian Jolly Nan. Off at the first b eak to a fair start. Wen handily: second, third and fourth were underpressure. Oconee was cleverly rioden and ran a good race. It was a great improvement over ber last one Still in that race fhe was interfered with numerous times and had general bad racing lock Tarhill. eff in the ruck, weavd his May through gamely and ran a far better race than tbe winner. Tbe Rnsh had no excuses. Parmenion had. The latter was bumped and jostled at every turn, and never did get thoroughly on his stride. Do not count this race for him. Oconee bnmped and badly interfered with Wig at the head of the stretch. At that point Wig seemed to have a winning cbance. Bossoda got away poorly and ran a go.jd race. Martin Duke was stmt off and obliged to pull up on the far turn. The same acsident happened to Antonietta at the Scratched 14523 Orlotta, 109; 144222Brownie Anderson, 109: 14l793Gusto, 107; 14118 Dr. Tarr, 104; 14523 Macio Maree, 104. , Overweights Antonietta, 3, pounds; Edna Gerry, 3 , Oconee, place, 21 to 1; show, evens. Tarhill, place, 2 to 1; show, 4 to 5. The Rush, show, 3 to 1. Parmenion. place, 3 to 5; show, ont. - "A HCC THIRD HA OS 7-8Mile. Purse $400. $75 to second; $25 to thira. I trt) I J 3-yearolds. Allowances lad Horses A Wt St H ft X StrFin Jockeys Ownors O H L U (14468)MAY BEACH 112 3 2 11 Vi 12 li Vititoe F T Wood 7-107-101-2 1-2 (14490)HOP SCOTCH 102 1 Vi 32 33 33 22 Silvers R Tncker 30 40 30 40 (14482)1 U LANE 112 2 32 2 22 21 32 T Burns M'Gnig'n&W'lker8-5 2 8-5 2 145S02HITTICK 112 5 5 5 5 43 46 M Webor J H Smith 30 30 30 30 (14527)DUTY 102 4" 43 4 45 5 5 W Jons Mrs S M Sexton 25 30 25 30 Time, 121. 241. 49i, 1:01, 1:131, 1:261. Winner Ch. f, by Bobby Beach Faithless. Prst 12 minntes Start gocd. Won driving and out to the last ounce; second and third wf re driving also. May Beach was giving away considerable weight and the distance was a trifle far-ther thbn she cares to go. The fi.1 y is of high speed and good class and ran a grand race. Vititoe was urging her with his hands and feet all through tbe stretch. Hop Scotch is greatly improved. He got a woak ride at the end and swb ved c nsiderably. May Beach set such a hot pace that she made Tulane quit after going five furlongs Hittick ana Duty were outclassed. May Beach, place, out. Hop Scotch, place, 10 to 1 ; show, evens. Tulane, place, 1 to3; show, out. AtCr7-l FOURTHHACK18TttUP8ParsT$100$75 tOBecond; $25tothira 1 I 4-year-olda and upward. Sailing. Ind Horses AWt St St M V, X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 14i22 L'WHOPPER6 107 1 2 21 2 2a 1 1" Vititoe John Brenock 15 30 15 25 14195 M. KIN-i'LLA4 104 3 61 61 51 41 32 22 Mitchell W P Magrane 4 4 4 4 14495 EINsTEIN 4 102 6a la 14 12 13 22 3 Basaiuger Earnshaw Bro3 5 7 5 7 141962PITFALL 7 107 5a 5 71 61 5 51 4H Cnnley George Nelson 25 40 25 40 145292JACKAN'PES 4 111 8 8 5 3" 32 42 52 T Burns J W Schorr & Son 8-5 8-5 3-2 3-2 14530 BON JODR 4 113 2 31 4 75 6" 65 62 J Mathews Apnl'g'te&D'rh'md 9 6 9 14529 P. POTTER 6 107 7 71 8 8 8 8 7 M Weber J H Smith 40 60 40 60 14524 EITHOLIN 4 114 4a 41 31 41 70 75 8 R Jones J D Doyle 6 6 31 3 Timp, 121, 241, 361, 491, 1 :0U, 1 :15, 1 :28, 1:414, 1 :53l. Winner Ch. h, by Punster Spray. Off at tbo first break to a good start. Won in a long hard drive of two; third and fourth were doing their bast. Lew Hopper came to life with a start and ran a surprising recn. Thn la&t time Lew Hooper started he was beaten off by an inferior lot. His race was a slashing good one. Mary Kinsella dnisticd strongly and would hve won ia a few more strides Einstein had sieed galore but tired when tbe pinch camo. Pitfall overraced hi mi-elf. Watch this horse He is good. Jackanapes was roughly treated on the first turn and compelled to ran around his field. Eithrliu started out like a wild horse, but be did not keep the gait up long. Scratched -14292 Eiidad, 107; 14556 Wordsworth. 107; 14432 Jack M artin, 102; 1422 Cbaun-cey Fisher, 107. Overweights Pitfall, 5 pounds; Plnkey Potter, 5. Lew Hopper, placp, 10 to 1; Bhow, 4 to 1. Mary Kinsell. placa. 8 to 5: show, 4 to 0. Einstein, show, 6 to 5. Jackanapes, place, 3 to 5; show, out. Eitholin, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. IA errTO FIFTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Pur8o$400. $75 to second; $25tothirL 4rO I & 2-T..r.nlh-g. Sllirg tnd Horses A Wt St & & Str f -u Jockeys Owners O H L U 144703M N OP HONOR 103 6 9 8 3 2 1" Trotter Ge rgi K-ieaker 8 12 8 12 14500 THE MONK 106 5 81 71 421 41 2 Vititoe T P Hues 4 7 4 7 14401 MKRITO 109 2 1" 11 12 1" 311 J Mathews Appl'g'te&D'rh'm-5 2 9-5 2 144702DECOY 103 1" 3a 4 51 314 J Brown L H hzell 6 7 6 6 14520) WALLENSTEIN 103 3 5 9 61 5 53 W Jonea ECo-rtgan 6 8 6 8 14470 DINORNIS 97 81 6h 5 8H 71 61 1 Flick SMMrsh 10 10 7 7 14500 MAHARAJAH 106 7" 4a 3 7 83 71 Reitz Capy&Co 15 40 15 40 (14470) LOMOND 103 4a 2121 2" 6 82 Mitchell W PMagrsna 4 7 4 7 14333 GLIS8ANDO 100 10 7h 6 9 9 9 Ransch HLJonej&Co 10 40 10 40 14528 FLORA LEE 97 9a Fell. Rinsom H J Sooggaa 20 50 20 50 Time. 121, 23i, 37, 50, 1:021, 1:151, 1:28. Winner B. c, by Siddarlha Myrtill. Off at the first brebk. Start good. The first three were under fall sail. Man of Honor ran a cracking good race atd bd to bo far thH best to win. This is a good colt that has baen underestimated The ride Trotter pave him was m ro of a handicap hat a help: The boy crowded Morito into the mil all through the stretc h and it seemed he rdpeatsoly intorfered with her. Mathews claimed a foul bnt it was not allowed. Morito had a lot of spo-d bat. porhans, was a bit short. The Monk ran a p plendid race and w. uld hive won in anotuor stride. M-tik this colt. He is ready. Decoy got an indifferent ride, Walleust-iin and Dtnornis both hid rough journey. Reitz on Mabar-jih k pt 1 okiui b-ck of him all thi way. Lomond raa a very bid race. Ransom g t an u?lj looki jg fall bnt i not sot ioaaly hurt Sera ched 14470 Hood's Brigade, 100; 14197 Sam Fnllen, 103; 14430 Baird, 100: 14557 Kick-umbf b. 100 Men of Honor, place, 5 to 1; show, 2 to 1. The Monk, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Morito. place, 4 to 5; show, 1 to 3. 1 A SIXTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse $100. S75 to second; $25 to third. JLt:t. t Q 3-year-oldB and upward. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St H K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 14494 KDNJA 3 104 3 121 13 13 13 12 J Mathews J Desha 8-5 U-58-5 2 145242YDBA DAM 5 107 la 3" 21 25 23 2 Mitchell H Rubinson 3-2 8-5 3-2 3-2 13467 GOODRICH 4 110 2 42 3" 32 3 35 C nley W H Laudemou 2 3 2i 3 1449a3INVEKABY II. 4 107 4 52 52 4H 46 46 Glover MrsFVanN. as&Cc40 50 40 50 14525 HOLDUP 3 97 7 61 ttf 51 52 52 Spaton Mrs R Bradley 40 50 40 50 14H36 BOSI 4 107 E 7 7 7 7 61 Tr -tter Fri e & Co 50 100 59 100 1452(3CECIL 6 107 61 2 41 62 61 7 M Weber J H Smith 25 25 15 15 Tim, 121, 25, 491, 1 :021, 1 :15, 1 :40k. Winner B. f, by Kefaama Bngizea Off at tbe first break to a good start. Won well In hand; second and third were d-tng their best. Kunja bad t'm met spend and was never in trouble. Sht ii a fairly good filly nd is raced ci n?istenly Yuba Dim hid no oxcue. He simply was not good enoagh tobatcKaoja toriay. Perhaps he neened this race to put him on ede. Goodr ca can do batter. He got a very eaey ride. The first thre far ont"lsed the otitis and h d the ruce btwoon themselves. Scatched 12781 Sius 107; 14459 Fantay. 37; 14521 Dagmar, 107; 14493 Bonnie Ioae, 107; 14522 Hub Pratber 97; 138332Detia co. 97: 14190 Emma Smitu, 97; 145S1 Bjrt Davis, 100; 14556 Schanken, 97; 14524 Brother Fred. 114; 114183Calchas, 97. Knnja, place, 6 to 5; show. 1 Jo 3. Yuba Dam place, 3 to 5; show, out. Goodrich, placs, evens; thow, 2 to 5 ..Yearlings at Auction , At Buivthorne Race Truck Paddocks... Saturday, September 16, at p. m. sharp. Six Yearlinga bred at Mr. J. E. Whitten's Oak Grove SiudFarm, Wilmington, 111. Four are by the great racehorse Al Farrow, one by Imp Dannie Dinmont, and ono by Imp, Dundee. All from choicely bred maros. OUR PROMISED LONG SHOT Did not win yesterday, bpcause it wasfsratcbed but we have TWO GOOD THINGS FOR TODAY and both will got the moLey, Tuosdny we will have another long one and will be extra good. Mail ordeis telegraphed by 10 a.m. $5.00 week y : $1,C0 daily. Chicago Turf Advisory Co., Room 707. 225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. ..Turf Followers. , It w'li pay you to get our SPE0IAL3 for MONDAY ant: TUESDAY at HARLEM. Wo are in a position to famish all our CLIEN TS with soraethinjr out of the ORDINARY. We send special relections on Gravesand aad For; Erie races R member we tjlexraph two 'or thm and NO MOrfE on each track. $i oo DAILY. $4 oo WEEKLY. Race Track Information Bureau, Suite 500, 2G3 Uearbarn St.. Chicago, III. I r ..Systems That Have Won Thousands.. 119 I arc jiwi i N THR TURF a'D STOCK EX- j ' I $,UUU E CHANGES ortbeir ongina oti j3St stroc' ions and othwvanaM reach all speculators, great and small, 1 ave made price accordingly: 5,000 worth of information for 50 cts. If you resido away from field of operation, writ us bb to how yon can speculate with safety. AddresB, Public's System Publishing: Co. St. Louis Office, 906 Chemical BIdg, Distributing OfHoep, Chicago and St. Louis. Fort Erie Form Port jkkie roRai. Fort Erie, Ont., September 15 The form of Saturday's Fort Erie fields iB: Firat Race Wreath, Flop. Atby. Becond Race Larkspur, Vohicer. Tampion Thitd Race Free Larce, Allie Belle, Virgie O. Fourth Race Dissolute, Advance Guard, Lamp Globe. Fifth Race Jim Megibbsn, Jessamine Porter II., Traveler. Sixth Race Rotterdam, Looram, Brnlare. Seventh Race Black Jimmy, La Colina, Fred Perkins. Fort Erie Entries f 1 .., . -, . . PORT ERIE .ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, nd Horses Age Wt. Hdcu. 14555 Flop 4.... 102 690 14554 Dick Warren 7.... 102 680 145322Athy 5.... 1C0 685 14537 Price of Wales 3. ...100 650 14555 Hapsburg 3.... 99 670 14476 Aqtiuas 5.... 98 675 14i323B omo 5.... 98 670 U5f 03 Innaetta 3.... 96 665 144422BridalTour 3.... 92 660 1436 Ninety Cents.. 3.... 92 665 145362 Wreath 3.... 92 700 14513 Done 3.... 92 660 Second Race -5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 144732 Vohicer 107 690 13776 Larkspur 107 700 14553 Blennerhassett 107 650 14503 Tampion 103 685 14553 Alfred Vsrgrave 103 670 14239 Two Annus..... 103 675 14565 Zslmet 102 660 145353d' aii-a 102 680 14509 Mr. B. ffin 101 655 14553 Honest Run 100 655 14551 Qaeen Eiic 100 660 14563 Joe McFarland 98 640 Third Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (145l2)Freo Lance 5.. ..115 700 l44103Virii O 4.. ..107 685 (14487) Allie Belle 4.. ..107 691 (l4474)Pas-aic 3.. ..106 675 145522G ilatbee 3 ...102 680 14552 Tip Gallant 3.... 95 ......670 ifourth Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 14505 Dissolute 113 700 (14553) Advance Gnard 113 690 (14 . 05) Lamp Globe 113 685 (t4i75)Shtove Tuesday 110 680 (4533) lack Telling 106 675 l4113Martha Street.... 97 670 lifth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 14504 Jim Mogibban 4.. ..106 700 145122. e'samie Porter II.... 4. ...105 690 11439 Acrobat 4... .102 ......670 14554 Trnveler 5.. ..101 685 14524 Billy Hons e 3 .... 100 655 14534 Wiudward 3 ... 93 680 145F4 Chopia 3.... 93 685 1456i3De Havn :.. 3.... 91 675 14512 Richardson 3.... 90 650 14502 Heimions... 3 8i i.640 blxth Race 3- Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. 8elllng. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt, Hdcp. 145372LaGrange 4.. ..112 680 (14-34) Rotterdam 5. ...112 700 145042rfrnlare 4. ...107 685 14537 Looram 6...107 6j Anz e VV ch f, by El Trinidad Ochee .... 4. ...105 (14554) Crystalline 4....10O 675 (14.37)lnnie L-uretta 4. ...105 6S0 (14i50) Bloodhound 7... .103 675 14t083rhe Lighr 3.. ..103 670 14" 13 Springwells 3.... 99 665 14550 George Krats 4.... 98 685 Seventh Race Short Course. 3-year-oldB and upward. Handicap. Steeplechase. 14489 Black Jimmy 6... .148 675 1400i3Lastfellow 5.. ..143 .650 688 Dr. Coop 4. ...140 650 144u92La Colina 5. ...132 670 14i93F.ed Perkins 3.. ..127 665 144 1 Alamo 7. ...126 660 14489 Dr. O'Brien 4. ...125 655 14l85Crefner 3.. ..125 640 J. H. Valentine entry. Page  CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB ........ ' ' (HAWTHORNE RACETRACK) . SEPT. 411 1 TO SEPT. 1 6th, 1899. " Five or More Races Daily Beginning at 2:15 P. M. ADniSSION 75 CENTS. MUSIC BY CICERO MILITARY BAND. SPECIAL SACE TRAINS TO TRACK TN" TWENTY-FIVE MTSTUTES. Illinois Central Trains leave depot at foot of Randolph street at $9:45 a.m., 12:30, 1:00, 1:20 and $1:50 p.m., stopping at Van Buren street, Park Row, Halsted street and at A.3&Und avenue, raCuraia? U 4:34 p. n. aal i n Qaiiate.lvafter the races. JDo not stop at Asdlaai avenue. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Trains leave Union depot at 12:15" 1:05, 1:35 and 2:10 p.m., stopping at Sixteenth street, Blue Island avenue -and Western avenao returning immediately after the races. Special Twelfth street ele'ctric cars leave State and Van Buren streets at 12:25, 12-35, 12:45, 12:55, 1:05 and 1:15 p.m., stopping only at Canal street, Halsted street, Ashland avenue and Oden avenue, direct to trick in 40 minutes. 1 The Metropolitan and Lake Street Elevated, Madison street cable, Ogden avenue, Twelfth street and Twenty-second street surface lines connect with electric cart on Fortv-eighth ivenua, to ai fro n ra3ecra2ic eva-y c-velve minutes iii.rinj the afternoon on racing days. Bxpre33 trains on Metropolitan Elevated leaving Pacific Ave. at 12:59, 1:11 and 1:23 p.m., stop at all stations on the loop and at Franklin street, Halsted street and Marshfleld avenue, reaching the racetrack in 23 minutes from Franklin street. IB ST WIS IS QH THE WABASH ........ B THE CHOICEST OF AUSTRALIAN BLOOD. I-.-.- FOUL SHOT BY MU5KET-SLANDBR. $ ( Iihsriel., .. .... .. TcuohstcES, by Camel, j 3 f ijeatfbow...,. J Verbena, by Velocipod . s S ( (slrznf FaartaJoJj:). Uisi Beret...... . j Cation, by Qokimpna, Sfa ! Tranbys dam by Orvili i 7! g g j CP&ntaloos.. Castr8l,by Buzsard. 35 o 5 .Legtrdymkia:, CzRreiUhJ.J Idalla, by Penman. 2 y . CDbco? ... i Filho.da-Pnta.by HWaasi J p ? FinoEBe, by PeruTUn. B f (Holbonma... i Humphrey CiinkarJayO'ieai M - fWtsJ Australian I Cervantes maro. Q j (Darby asd Ei,X?str) ..Moerlna., .....Tonchstone,byCamel, 5 S ;-! r t. . ... . ? Emma, by Whisker. J 3 fZjS I ' (Camel -. Whalebone, by W&xjr, "3 LSrows Bsii,. .... c Salim mare.. O 3 g (Dauehtarcf... M..Brnfcandorf,by Blatklock. ( C&ntsen .... C Waxy Pope, by Waxy. t-Bi rCaifcssdirdmporUi). i Caatania. by (Johanna, - j CHatnblotonia.... j Btamford.byPlonip'iaBiti?! J narmonioa.byil'mblaV'aiw A H fa I Tro (Imported)........ (Priam, byEmiliui, 4" " LCassaafira. ...... .. ..t J 4Uy, by Partisan. no Xllsa Gray. .. .. .... 1 8oati' Emigrant by Picass1 ri J Sulnaro,by Tonne3chaaf B 2 The Colon!. Whisker, by Wasy, , 2' fCap-a-pJo (IraporSa... i Dalpini mars. ! S e iaiatertoCata. Bultan, by Delim. V t J Daohess oi jfork, by fTaaj P t (Dorer ................... Tocclwfeone, I v Ball Bvaai M . i Yerboia. g jScphl. 'Skllhinda. BhWb Bran, ImQortsSi The California Jockey Club.... Gives Turfmen Notice that its Meeting for the Season of 1899-1900 will begin at the Oakland Racetrack, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, Saturday, Sept. 23, 1899 And continue without intermission until further notice. Many valuable Stake Events will be offered, the termsQof which will be announced shortly. ; . 4 ' ' Address All Communications To Thos. H. Wffliams,;jr.,lPres't. J B. B. Hilroy, Sec'y. 1