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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, September 23, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899092301 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 23, 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  VOLTt. NO. 2297 CHICAGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS Mudlarks' Day 3I.UDIiA.RKS' DAT. The Harlem Association seems to ba on the oats with the weather man and ha seems to eoak it to them every chance that be gets. The track was drying out nicely Friday morning and everything pointed to fast going for today bat at neon a steady rain tot in and kept ap all the afternoon. Consequently tne track is now more like a mad hole than a racecourse. The attendance does not seem to bo affected to any great extent by the miserable weather and the crowd yesterday numbered over 4,000. Of course, the racing was tame and winners very hard to pick. Evidently the chilly weather hes pat the liorsemen to thinkiDg about feed for the winter, for the entries were enormous. Particularly larga were the fields in the first and second events, thirty-two being the total of bath eighteen starts in the eecond and fourteen in the first. In both of those events "good things" "were numerous, bat it is safe to sjy that the Ting profited, as neither of the winners were backed to any great extent. The first was at three-quarters of a mile for two-year-olds, and Tha Rash, owned by the Schorrs and ridden by T. Burns, won rather easily. It was a lucky win, however, for Hrownie Anderson, the favorite, was much the bast, and it was only Conley's slowness in getting away from the post and bad racing lack generally ihat beat her. As it was, the filly ran a very good, game race, and was beaten only threo-qaarters of a length by the winner. It was write your own ticket on everything bat Andes in the second race. He, with Burns up, was an even money choice) in an eighteen horte race. Andes seemed to far outclass the lot he was in with, bat at that the price was altogether too short and those that backed him displayed bad judgment. Andes looked good, but he did not run that way and finished beaten off. He broke eighth, bat moved up to third place on the backstrotch and until the three-eighths post was reached he had a chance to win. But when Burns called upon him he had nothing left to respond with and the jockey, after punching him for a bixteenth of a tnilo, -eased him up. Fantasy, ridden by the midget Dominick, won the race running away. Fantasy is a good-looking chestnut filly by Foueo Eva 8., and is consequently a fnll sister to B. J. Johnston's once famous racehorse Rudolph. A few old-timers who noticed the breeding of Fantasy played her through sentiment and profited richly, as the filly was at some stages of the betting as good as 50 to 1. Mr. William McGuigan'a Tulane came to life with a start in the tnird race and at a juicy price came within an ace of landing. Tuiano's last race was so bad that the form players threw him out entirely in their calculations. He certainly outclassed the bnnch that he was in with but the fact that an inferior maidan like Hamlet had beaten him so far the last time he ttarttd led the public to believe that the colt was of no account. Evidently McGaigan thuught differently as he had Barns to ride. But oven with Barns up the pablic ref ased to back I'ulane and the colt's price drifted from 3 to 1 to 5 to 1 bat was then backtd down to 4 k 1. He had speed galore and lay eecond head and head witti Tappan to the stretch turn atd ior an instant it appeared that he was going to ' win but Tappan proved to possess the most stamina and landed the purse by a neck. Mdlo, with top weight up and favorito at, ;, 9 to 5, came home by himself a very easy winner in the fourth mce. He is an exceptionally coo a inud runner and as Oveitou took no i chances with him he bad no tiouble in winning ; by eight lengths. Intriguer,, who finished . second, ran a fine race after being badly interfered with on the first turn. Decoy, ridden by Barns, captured the long end of the purse in the fifth event. He got off fourth and was never better than second until the stretch was reached. Then he galloped over Miss Fee as though she was tied and eventually won as he pleased. It was a very hard task to see the horses in the last race so thick was the fog. Daily Racing Form, however, had scouts out on all the turns and consequently the race is accurately reported. Damocles got a flying start, but was outrun down the backstretch by Eva Wilson. Tho latter is not game and under pressure in the stretch she gave way to Damocles and he won in a canter. There will be an auction sale of horses in training in the paddock at Harlem today, at 12.30 p. m. They are the property of E, T. Graves, James Arthur and M. T. Danaher. Gossip of the Turf ' ;, i ; . GOSSIP Oir THE TUKF. A member of the Jockey Club, a constant attendant at the race3 for maDy years, who is not only one of the best informed men of the day as to turf matters, bat a close observer as well, disagrees with the opinion eo frequently expressed this summer that our two-year-olds aro a bad lot. In commenting upon the subject recently, he said: "It's the fashion to decry our two-yoar-olds, and this year more than ever so. Personally, I think this year's crop ia an exceptionally good one, reminding me of the year 1891, in which we had His Highnes3, St. Florian, Huron. Victory, Yorkville Belle, Dagonet, Tammany and several others whose names I can't at the moment recall. Of course, they have bsaten each other, which, as a rule, I admit is sufficient to cause one to doubt their class, but there ara exceptions to overy rale, and this year, I think, is an exception just as 1891, when the abjva-named beat each other almost as frequently as those of this joar havo done. "While the statement is made that our metropolitan tracks are harder and consequently faster this year than evar bafora, ttie time shown in their work, as well as in their races, by several of our despised twu-year-olds, would seem to indicate that a number of them are exceedingly fast. Mesmerist's performances with stiff weights up speak for themselves and there aro few that will deny that he is a colt of high class. Chacornac, the Faturity winner, has as yet to demonstrate that ho is a weight carrier, but on his conformation hn should ba, and both he and Mesmerist shoula prove three-year-olds of the first rank. High Order, Missionary, Pupil, Kiliaahandra, Wmdmere, His Royal Highness, Maribart, Prince of Molbourne, Gonfalon and Sauducea, I am inclined to b jlieve considerably above the average. However, this is simply my opinion, and another year will prove or disprove the correctness of my view." Spirit of the Times. Captain Ro3S is a racing judge of kean observation and he believes in the everlasting banishment for turf crooks. Captain Rues is never hasty about taking action, believing in I I , tho David Crockett axiom of "Be sure you're ! ! right and then go ahead," bat when he does make a ruling ho is willing to stand by it to the end. Take the case of jockey Johnny McDon-1 aid for an example. Ho was suspended by Captain Boas at Hawthorne last fall for several suspicious riaos. flaghey Jones had hrst calL on McDonala at the timo, but the boy was rid-' ing fur Brewer Schorr when suspended. Jones tried in every possible manner to havo Captain Bees reinstate the boy, bat the famous racing judge paid no attention whatever to the various I I ! ! "pulls" and "drags" manipulated in behalf of jockey McDonald. Jones was determined to have the boy reinstated, however, and finally succeeded in getting the Turf Congress Board of Appeals to give McDonald another chance. St. Louis Sporting News. Meeting Mr. W. S. Barnes a few days ago we asked him if it was a secret the price he sold Maid of Balgowan for to Mr. E. C. Tipton and what were his reasons for Belling her. This was bis reply: "I sold her for $6,500 cash and the check passed through the Central Bank of this city in payment. The foal by her sido is a half brother to Prince of Melbourne and is a good one and I retained this foal.' She is. a good mare. I gave $100 foi her and Bold $4,250 worth of colts out of her. I retained two of her daughters for the stud. I still own them, and in addition I have the colt she foaled this spring. I considered the price a good one and let her go. I hope and believe ehe will make a success in England. She waB stinted to Ben Brush this spring through the courtesy of Mr. James R, Keeno, who presented me with a season." The Thoroughbred Record. One of the best bred lots of thoroughbred mares which ever left this country were shipped to England Saturday, September 9, by the Fasig-Tipton Company, who purchased them for a gentleman whose name was not made public but probably Marcus Daly. The following is the list: Maid of Balgowan (dam of Prince of Melbourne), br. m, 10, by Hindoo Ballot, bred to Ben Brush. Puritan Laes (dam of Tillo), b. m, 10, by Spendthrift Phoebe Mayflower, bred to Wa-wekus. j Workmate (dam of Ben Eder), b. m, 12, by Bulwark Longmate, bred to Fonso. Anna Gray (dam of Side Partner), b. m, 10, by Free Knight Alice Gray, by Enquirer. Alice Gray is an own sister to Mannie Gray, dam of Domino and grandam. of Hamburg. Pocahontas, b. m, 8, by Duke of Montrose Hel8va, by Iroquois. Lola Dell, b. m, 6, by Hanover Meriden, by Billet. If Mr. Croker really wants some material that will bring glory and profit to the "Yale blue with gold tassel," he should purchase T. C. McDowell's trio of three-year-olds, Batten, Rush and Spirituelle It would mean the investment of considerable money, still in the end it would pay better than dickering with selling platers. It is said W. C. Whitney ia thinking of adding the three to his string that will be raced in England next season. If he is, it is pretty cartain that ho will securo them, for Mr. Whitney will not let price stand in the way of any plans he has in contemplation with his stable. New York Journal. Trainer A. J. Joyner, who has baon engaged to train Pierre Lorillard's American stable next year, has denied tho statement that Mr. Loril-lard has any intention of taking Jockey Dan Muher to England Maher has signed a contract to ride for Mr. Lorillard and his services will ba nseded here, bjcause Mr. Lorillard will take the field with one of the strongest stables on the American tuif. Besides Maribert, David Garrick and The Cnamberlain, Mr. Lorillard's three high-piicod 2-year-olds, which will bo 3-year-olds next year, tho Rancocas turfman will have a big string of 2 year-olds in training. He has twenty-three yearlings and Joyner will take the pickof them. Tnese yearlings are by Sensation, Tne Sailor Prince and Locohatcbie, out of ihe base brood mares on the Rancocas farm. They are all well engiged in tho rich races to be run about the metropolitan tracks. Notes of the Turf NOTES OK THE TUBF. The directors of the Western Turf Association have decided to construct a six-f arlong straightaway at Tanforan Park, which it is proposed to make the fastest three-quarters in the world. It will ba made wide enough to permit the etartingof twenty or twenty-five horses without the slightest inconvenience. The straightaway course will be used principally for the 2-year-old races, so there will be no interference, as in the case on a circular track. With the closing of the Fort Erie track Messrs. Bennett and Austin dropped out of the Parmer-Hendri9 syndicate. Bannett and Austin have been conducting the batting rings at the various tracks on the Canadian Circuit, baton account of a disagreement over the Windsor meeting they withdrew their interests and will not have anything to do with the batting privileges at that track Cincinnati Enquirer. Edward Corrigan shipped from Lexington Tuesday the remainder of his thoronghbrels. Corrigan's horses go direct to California via Chicago. He recently sold Riley and the majority of his brood mares to Applegate & Mc-Meekin, and with this shipment be discontinues his breeding interests in Kentucky, Col. Hugh R. Baker will ship C. C. Maffitt's string to Latonia Friday. Jockey Southard will accompany the string to tho Cincinnati track. Colonel Baker intends to take nine horses to Latonia, including Fireside, Gibraltar, Oaric II., Sir Rolla and Tom Collins. The yearlings will ba loft hero. St. Louis Republic. W. B. Jennings has engaged jockey George Odom, the bast lightweight on the American turf, to ride for him at San Francisco the coming winter. Jennings' string is headed by the sensational sprinter Bjndoraa. Odom is to ride for the Whitney-Pagat string next year at'a retainer of S10.0CO. Arthur Newsumhas arrived at Latonia with Middle ton & Jungbluth's stable. Hardy Durham is another recent arrival at Latonia from Chicago. Jo:k-y Jesse Mathaws. who rides for Durham, has gone to his home in Indiana for a short rest, prior to the opaning of the Latonia nioetirg. The groat race mare Imp has a terrific appetite She eats twelve quarts of oats at a fead, and, like most great horses, she is as big a glutton at her fojd as she is in Lnr work. Her bahavior around tho stable is perfect. She sleeps soundly until bix in the morning. Crnsader is the name bestowed on Imp's half-brother that will be introduced to the racing-world next year. Ho iB by Palestine Fondling aud is said to have given satisfactory evidence of possessing a high measure of the electric speed that has made Imp so famous. As a ro3ult of the sale at tho Fort Erie racetrack Tuesday, the following horses went to new owners: Pharoah to George Headrie, $650; Cattle King to E. S. Gardmr, $103; Tampion to George Hendrie, $275; Bertha E. to MD'aVis, $75, and Kalala to W. McDanielsi $25? -. e Imp did a good trialati-SheeDshead Bay Wednesday. With Peto Clay in .thesaddle the Suburban and Brighton Handicaj$fnuor was sent the mile nnd a quartor roatoinr2:llJ. The mile was reeled off in 1:43, and tkergreat black racer showed to advantage throughout the trip. - Sir Gatian is back again in Abo Cahn's stable. The Victory, three-year-old, his been gelded, and his owner thinks he will make a useful parformer next season. j The Fort Erie jadgjs suspended jockey Flint, indefinitely for an unsatisfactory ride on Branch in the first race Wednesday, i R. J. C, St, Louie, Mo. Placa odds on Lam. I bent 1 to 5, Page  List of Licensed Trainers LIST OF LICENSED TRAINERS. The following named persons have beat granted trainers' licenses for the year 1S99 : A. Atchinson, Walter, Adkins, John, Arthur, James, Arthur, Frank, Aiken, J. F., Ackerman, L., Ahearn, 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., Blardino, 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, Jm 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. Carfleld, 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., CantreU, 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., CiviU, 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, DoweU, John, Devlin, M. L., Davis, Critj Dolan, J. F., Durham, H. B., Dickerson, C. L., Dardon, 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, EvermanJames, Earnshaw, J. B., Ezell, L. H., F. Frazee, L. D., Fleming. James, Fessenden, W. C, Fitzgerald. Edward Frisbio. 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, iW. B Fields, W. Foley, wlrv Farris, D. K., Foray thlvC.'J;, Flippin, H., Faut, C. V Foster, A. J., Ferris, JVC." Fawcett, W. W., FuUer.J. W., Ferguson. T. G., Foster, George, Fassott, W. H., G. Gass, James, Gray, J. C, Gering, Frank, Garner, Frank, Grayt J. B.x Grater, John, Gabriel, WiUiam, Gannon, John, Graves, G. W., Gaines, George Grates, H., Grimes, G. B., Gum, Walter, Gray, J. C, Garety, Michael, Guyman, H Griffin, W. R., Gardner .William Goebel, P. J., Gibson, Hart, J., Gardner, Frank E,, Griffin, James, Gibbons. J. E., Givens, J. B., Gay, T. A., Grasamuck, H., Grapo, Paul E. B., Goodwin. A. B., Givens, John, Glasscock. Ira, H. Huffman, John, Hughes,V., Hogan, Michael, Heiter, W. I., gurns, Thomas, Hutchinson, W. C, Henderson, W. v Howell, J. W., Hick ok .F. H Herman. John, Hill, Dillard, Hannagan, John, Henderson, S. Miller, Hopkins, W. J., Headley, E. C, Hughes, J. Tandy, Ham, William, Hatchett, A., Hand, J. K., Hayes, W. iL, Hayes, T. P., Hennessey, G. B., Hall, Eugene, Hyland, Thomas, edges, W. M., Harding, E., Hennessy, R. M., Hathaway, George, Hayes, Joseph, Hughes, S. K.. Hand, J. M., Hibberd, Fred L., Harrington, John, Hart, Lawrence, Holman.S. N., - - Howsoh, G., - Harris, Richard, Herron, J. E., HeffrqniP.H., " i. rvin, Thomas, J. . JohnsoniThoraaa, Jordan, Eli, Joplin, Wayne, Johnson, C. A., Jones, Paul, Johnson, J. A Johnson, J, W., Jordan, W. J., Jordan, M.. Jennings, W. B., K. Kelsey, C. O., King, Tardy, Keene, J. O., Kane. William, Keegan, P. H., Kelly, P. T., Kelly, D. W., Kuntz.M. L., Kiley, Thomas, Kyle, John, Kincy, R. M., 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, tynch. J., Lewis, I., icalzi, T Lister, W. W., Leonard, H., Laswell, William, Louis, F., Leighton, C, Leary, D. J., Lyles, W. W., Loftus, P. J., Lamasney, Dan, Landsberg, EM Leach, George, Lynch, D. J., M. McDaniel, H., McConnell, E. T., McPherson, John, McCafferty, Charles, McMillan, J. D., McAvoy, J. H., McCarthy, J. F., McLaughlin, A. B., McKinley, J. W., McKinney. W. F., ScCafferty, A. C, McCue, W. W., cNaughton, James, McHale, T. J., Miller, J. 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, Maddoz, R. E., Marks, R. W., Murkett, A., McDowell, T. C, McCann. B., McGlasson, C, McDonald, J., McLean, C. R., McClure, J. S., McDaniel, William, Miles, M. T.. Mitchell, Georgo, Minston, J. G., Morris, J. F., Mast, Louis, Marders, B. Li, May, J. H., Monahan, Thomas, Martin, Branch, Marmion, M. J. Morse, M. T., Murphy, J. E. Maloney, John, Martin, Chris., Martin, M. F Miller, G. M.v Miller, W. W., Meyers, Frank J., Moreland, G. B., Midgely, Frank, Miller, Robert, Maynard, Charles, Mengel, J. H., Marion, Lew. Murphy, J. it., Murphy, J. E., Moshier, F. C, Miller, G. W., Myers, W. G., Morris, W. C, Miller, James, McFarlan, W P., McDonald, J. E., McCranor, John, McQuaid, J. H., MoVey, H. C, Melbusch, Jacob, McCarren, H Martin, George, McHugh, J. H McDonald, P., Magrane, W. P., N. Noal, John, Naylor, John, Nepper, Thomas, Newman, John, Newsom.A. G., Nuckols, H. C, Norton, F. L., x Nolan, William, 0. O'Connor, Walter, Oliver, W. L., O'Neall, J. W., Odom, Alex., Oots, H. F., Oheir, Peter, P. 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., It. Ratledge, W. J., Robinson, H., Redfield, J. L., Roller, W. H., Rice, J., Howe, Charles, Riddle, H., Rome, R., Rector, Frank, Reid, C. B., Rohn, J. F., Rattcrman, 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., Roach, Patrick, Robertson, James, Ray, O.O., Redmon, J. K., Randall, W. D., Ryan, T. H., Ryan, P., Ray, N., RobertEon, J. W., Romigh, 0. P., S. Simons, Albert, Smock, Q. B., Simons, Henry, Smith, J. D., Smith, J. H., Smith, W. J., ,8mith, W. A., Stout, A. G., Simmons, W. L., Soarcy, 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., Sellers, J. J., Settle, Thomas, Shadley, W. H., Swarthout. E. R., Snarley, W. H., Shenatt, Thomas, Swoeney, J. B., Sproul. G. O., Scully, W. 0., Stanton, P., Schorr, John, Sexton, S. M., Strode, James, Scales, W. J., Sayers, Thomas, Smith, J. T., Stubbs, Edward, Snider, Harry, Skaggs, J. A., Sanders. C. F., Shields, A., Smith, Doll, Stewart, J. M., Smith, Fred, T. Talbot, T. H., Taylor, Alonza, 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., T. 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 Weidener, W. J., Watson, James, Williams, Howard, Whalen, W., Walker, George, We3t, O. Oy 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., Waddoll, B., Winder, Lionel, T. Yelverton, G. W., Young, J. H., York, C, Zimmer, A. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. LIST OF LICENSED JOCKEYS. The following named persons have been granted Jockey licenses for the year 1899: A. Adams, Joseph, Aker, Charles, B. Burris, C. N., Ball, Frank, Bedenbender, Ed., Broschart, Joseph, ButJer, 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., Connelly,James, Conloy, Jesse, Cassidy, 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-, I). Dominick, Eddie, Dorsey, Arthur, Dowell, Joseph, Duffy, J. R., Dunn, M., DupeeLjames, Dihgley, W. P., Dean, W., Daly, J., Dugan,John, Doane, F. S., Daily, Frank, Devin, F., E. Everett, Ji H., Easley, Tom, Ellison. George, Ellis, E., A. Eggerson. F. Franklin, R., Freeman, J. H., Fogg, Ira, Frazee, J. A., Frost, W., FUck, Robert, Foucon, E., Frawley, George, Flick, G. F., 0. Givens, Frank, Gormley, James, Givens, Fred, Graham, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Gisbourne, F., Grayj L., Gray, C. R., Guitiors, M., Gatewood, 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, Michapl, Harshberger, J. W., Higgins, E. T., Hothersall, J. W., Holden, Georgo, Henry, David, Hahn, J.. Holmes, W., Hothersall, Hoyt, L. G., Houck,Charles, Hendricks, E. C, Head, Richard, Huffman, J. W., Harrington, Daniel, Hinkey, F. T.. Hicks, Jasper, Hopkins, Michaol, Hanna, Robert, Hail, M., Huston, F., Irvin, 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., KoUy, A., L. LoullierLJ., Lew, Charles, Landry, F., Lamley, John, Lawless, Frank, Lendrum, B. 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Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. Assistant Secretary John Dillon, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TDKF 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, Tonu. 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. Chicago Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Western Turf Association, of San Francisco, Cal. 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. Jos. 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. Macfab- LAND. Third Vice-President Charles D. Hamill, Fourth Vice-President George E. P. Dodgi Treasurer John R. Walsh. Secretary James Howard. Wellington Hotel, Chicago, 111 Raging Stewards D. Mark Cummings, Gus tavns A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John 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. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, GustaYua A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings. J. Henry Norton. The first six are.ex-oHicic 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. Macfarlan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchango Building Executive Committee A. S. Caldwell, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones 8 R. Montgomery, ex-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB President Merrill B. Mills. Vice-President John W. Price. Treasurer George M. Hendrie. 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. Treasurer Frank P Helm. Secretary J G. Hanly. Assistant Secretary Roger Sullivan. York and Sonthgate Streets, Newport, Kj NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President W. F. Schtjlte. Vice-President W. E. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger. Secretary Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President S. N. Andeous. Vice-President Henry J. Crocker Secretary F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, Sac 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 Couri Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. President Col. M. M. Young. Secretary C. F. McMeekin. Lexington, Ey. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. M. Appeeson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. Little Rock, Aik. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter Richard Dwyee. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION. President Ed. Corrigan. Vice-President James M. Davis. Seceetary 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. Busswurm. 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 The 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 jookey 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 Barrett, b. g, 6, by Rossing-ton Betty Waddell ; Lazzara, ch. g, 6, by So-branje Kaskaskia; Merry Nell, 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. Holdon, 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. CHICAG-. RA.CI.NG ASSJCIATION. 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 Patroou, b. c, 4, by Patron Madie. DETROIT JOCKEY CLUB. J. M. Cooper, alias "Bozeman." HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Sept. 30, 1898 J. Horton, John Kinney, jockeys, rulod 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 Storey Lass of 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 Stockwell; Aucile, alias Dan Kurtz, by Ansol Isabel. 1898 Tusculum, by Bern Strome Crafen; Filibuster, by Longsides Littlo Mollie ; Obstinate Simon, by Simon Magnus Persistence ; Board Marker, by Falsetto Rebellis ; Frank Stanton, by Jils Johnson Trousseau ; Getabout, by TeutonGadabout; Dayton Star, by Day Star-Miss McGregor; Sun Bonnet, by Eberleo Blue Bonnet; Immense, by Himyar Rhoda. THE MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. W. Hogan, steeplechase jockey, indefinitely suspended; J. Street, jockey, and R. Doty, foreman, ruled off. CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB. M. Coughlin, ownoriand trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreek, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. AmericmUsfCosgress VOL.. I. SOPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. 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Mr. Whitney's Btud has just been completed and is now in a fair way to become a factor in the breeding indnstry. His list of brookmares at first numbered but forty, but now he has there Borne peventy-flve mares, the pick of the conntry, a largo number of them having been added this season by purchase through Shelby T. Harbison, Mr. Whitney's Kentucky representative. In tho stud he had Meddlor, Lissak and Plaudit. No reasons are assigned for discontinuing breeding in Kentucky other than it is so far from Mr. Whitney's other business interests that it is impossible for him to lcok after his horses and enjoy discussing their blood lines with friends in their paddocks. It is stated that Mr. Whitney has leased Stony Ford property and will remove his entire stud to that place. Mr. Keene has never been thoroughly satisfied with Castleton. although there is not a farm in Kentucky of a more magnificent appearance. He has in the stud tome 2C0 brood mares and nearly a drztn stallions, including tho great Kingston, Tournament, St. Leonards, Chorister, Horoscope and St. Saviour. It is stated he has about completed negotiations for the Withers farm, owned by the Thompsons, at Red Bank, N. J, This is one of tho bast improved farms in New Jersey, and is within easy reach of New York, where the business interests of the Keenes are. If Kentucky Ioeos these two establishments the thoroughbred breeding industry will have received a severe blow." P. Tomlinson will not attempt to train his great two-year-old, The Conqueror. The colt had to be thrown out of training after his race in the Junior Championship Stakes at the Fair Grounds on account of1 a cracked hoof. This trouble has now entirely disappeared, but on account of the lateness of the season Tom-linEon has concluded to turn the colt out at Memphis and give him a chance to develop into a big threo-year-old. The Conqueror is a brown colt by Sir Dixon Repeat, dam of Kensington, Tomlinson has a band of promising ysarlings in his barn at tho Fair Grounds One of them, a filly by Sir Dixon, is said to be the fastest yearling shown at the track this fall. 3t. Louis Repubiic. Principal Foreign Events PRINCIPAL FOREIGN EVENTS. Jockey Club Stakes ($50.000) Sept. 23 Cesarewitch Oct. 11 Middle Park Plate Oct. 13 Dewhurst Plate Oct. 25 Cambridgeshire Oct.- 26 Manchester November Handicap Nov. 25 American Racing Rules of 1899 AMERICAN RACING RULES OF 1899. The 1899 edition of tho American Racing Rnlea, publiehed by Secretary E. C. Hopper of the Amorican Turf Congress, is out and can be 84ut by mail to any address from this office for 25 cents. The book contains the racing rules J as amended to January 1, racing Colors as registered I and betting rulcB, and a digest in index form which il a gnide to all the hooks' contents Harlem Form HARLEM FORM. The form of Saturday's Harlem fields is: First Race Montgomery, Don't Skip Me, Antiquary. Second Race Verify, Frank Bell, Sam Laz-arua Esq. Third Race Florizar, Hood's Brigade, Tommy O'Brien. Fourth Race What or Lou, Macy. John Baker Fifth Raco Goodrich, J. H. C, Joe Shelby. Sixth Race Bishop Reod, King Bermuda, Mary Kinsella. Harlem Entries HARLEM ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track heavy. First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling. Ind. Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdcn. "253 Sim W 6....108 650 1460i2MoutBomery 6 106 725 M12i,iTrd Gidd 4103 ."-.640 (14247)Mamie Loa 4.. ..105 675 145763Bartha Nell 4 104 700 14652 Plymouth 4 101 630 146U42Jim Gore II 4. ...100 G85 14670 Antiquary 3 99 705 14631 Glotmoyno 8.... 98 680 13990 Harry Lee : 5.... 98 640 (12793)Don't Skip Me 5.... 98 715 (I4604jLittlo Jack Horner ... 3.... 94 700 14292 Hanan 3.... 92 680 14141 Kosolia 3.... 92 670 Second Race -3-4 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. Tnd. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 14579 Bennpville 4 ....112 650 6659 Hazelhatch 7.. ..107 650 "631 H a. Tobacco 5... .107 ....".665 11207 Xalissa 4. ...104 ... . 610 (142P5)Sly 5.. ..104 6S0 145792Alleviate 4.. ..104 695 146132Ver.fy 4.. ..104 725 vl4576)Georgie 3.. ..103 690 146332dam Lazarus Esq 3 101 700 13062 Sonprep 3.. ..101 600 Vioorcus, br f, bj Lord Esterring-GypsyMaid 3.... 98 (14318) Frank Bell 3.... 98 715 145793rbe Lady in Blue 3 98 685 7702 Lamington 3.... 98 600 Laura K 3 98 145572 Alice Tamer 2 84 695 Third Race 1 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind Horses Age Wt. Eden. 146292Tomwy O'Briac 99 ......670 14634 Hood's Brigade 96 685 146693Floriz4r 93 700 14670 Microscope 93 650 14647 Warm Baby 90 640 Fourth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (14579)Serrano 5.. ..109 705 (14513)Jobn Baker 5.. ..107 710 (146 16) King's Highway 4.. ..104 675 14599 Macy 5.... 99 720 (14599) What r Lou 5.... 99 750 (14494)Joliy Roger 3.... 97 705 146492Xulla Fonso 3.... 94 700 JPifth Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 145993Goodrich 4.. ..105 725 145732Ynba Dam 5. ...102 705 14631 J. H.C 5. ...100 715 14522 Victorine 4.... 98 685 14668 Joe Shelby 4.... 97 705 (14652) Pinar del Rio 4.... 97 675 146l22pete Kitchen 6.... 94 650 14632 Jack Martin 6.... 94 615 14650 Hosi 4.... 94 580 14501 Jim McCIeevy 3 94 675 14387 Hanlight 3.... 85 630 146J82Long Dandy 3.... 85 635 14522 Hub Prather 3.... 84 625 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Selling. 14632 Wilson 4.... 103 650 145992Bishop Reed 5....103 725 145782King Bermuda 4. ...107 710 142453Eight Bells 4. ...105 625 145?83Cruesus 5.... 105 700 (l43b4)Barataria 4.. ..105 695 14650 Bitter Root 4. ...102 680 14616 Catastrophe 5 101 ... . 675 14:552 Cecil 6.... 99 610 ( 14630) Hary Kinsella 4.... 99 705 13247 UonrgeLee 4.... 99 670 (14350)BIue Lick 3.... 98 !695 (I4531)lia Tipton 3 96 650 14650 Annowan 3.... 94 6S0 14530 Glengabdr 3.... 92 635 14650 LadyOdborno 3 89 655 14t5323Manua Fox 3.... 89 6U0 Oakland Form Oakland form. Oakland, Cal Beptombor 22. -Tho form of Saturday's Oakland fioldBis: Firot Race Druidess, Constollator, Abbieolo. Second Race Midlovo, Fobruary, The Scot. Third Race Lib6rtino, Fortis, Ping. Fourth Race Jonnio Reid, Mount McGregor 11., RoBinanto. Fifth Raco Panumint, Chihuahua, Oood Hope. Oakland Entries OAKlAM) EN TlSltS. Probabilities: W eatlior cloar; track fast. First Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Horseu, color, eex&podigreu.Wt. Hdop. (14274)John Millin.... 118 690 Constellator, b. c, by Brntus Ccnaiellutlon 107 11799 Drnidpss 107 .. 70fi Tho Echo 104 . Towsnr 104 ..." My GyDpy, b. f, by Forester My Gyps 97 12027 Abbieolo 97 685 Second Race Futurity Course. (170 feet short of 3-4 mile.) All ages. Allowances. Ind. Horsos Aaro. Wt. Hdcp. 12104 February 5.... 108 690- 101273P.F....: 6.... 103 I.::: 675 14244 Clarando 3. ...100 670 10l493MidIove ..! 100 700 120573The Scot 2.... 82 ..!!.. 685 Third Race 1 1-1C Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 12? libertine 8... .112 7(10 12J05 Ping. 4.... 109 690 1210.1 Fortis 3.... 99 ... . 69c 11860 Oraibse 3.... 91 67: Fourth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 11677 Cromwell 7.... 117 . 675 (9976)Mount McGregor II 6.. ..113 "."'.".690 12105 Rofinanto 5.... 109 685 11676 Hohonzo'lern 5 108 680 121053 Jennie Reid 3 101 "ion (12061)Lb3t Girl 5.... 93 ..""685 Monrovia 3.... 97 12059 Lothian 3.... 89 ".".."!670 (12030)Tho Frotter 3.... 86 665 142462J!amie G 6 S3 660 Fifth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling. 120602Socialist 4 m 675 120582 Pani-mint 3 J08 ..!.". " 700 5593 Charles Leb?l 4.. ..107 670 10783 Beau Monde 4 107 . 665 11989 Chihuahua 4.. ..107 ...I..690 11778 Lom . 5.. ..104 630' 12063 Brown Prince 4. ...102 '.""".660 14275 Katie Gibbons 3 100 ..... 670 11863 Somis 3.... 93 ".655 1180O San Angustine 3 ... 98 660 14275 Good Hope 3 98 685 US? Watofsa 3.... 96 ::::"68o 12104 Conect 3.... 96 ......665 I AUGUST FORK BOOKS ABE ItEADY. The paper and leather covered volumes ol Monthly Racing Form, containing all the charts from Aug. 1 to Aug. 31, inclusive, are ready for delivery. In paper, SI; in leather, $1.50. 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Ton months' continuous operations on all regolatiou tracks without loss; explanation of this NEW IDEA METHOD, FREK ! All correspondence in strict business confidence. Address, L C. WOODS, Box 13, Urbana, 111- Goodwin's OFFICIAL 1QTW I v7 I iTl Turf Guide j YEAR. WORK COMPLETE THAN 15V15R, A VALUABLE ADDITION MADE. A Form Table to Each Event which shows exact position of every horse which was either 1st, 2d, 3d or 4th at each qnartor polo, also positions at start. Important notes added whon required. Events ropoitod from all parts of tho country and. Canada. Issued the 1st and 15th of every month, PRICE 60 CTS EACH For sale at all principal hotels, nowastandi, raoetraeks and publishers' office. GOODWIN BROS., 4iPBBOAD WAY, NKW 0DK Page  List of Licenses Refused LIST OF 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. Hoppee, Secretary. The following named persons have been refused trainer's licenses for the year 1899 : Oppenheimer, 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 Coat Jockey Club: J. Burns, B. Shoppard, A. Stanford and John Coylo, 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. . C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington. Ky., July 25, 1899. The following persons have been ruled off and suspended by the St. Louis Fair Association: 18y7 C. Johnson, jockey, Dick Young, Brad ford Blevins, Jerry Downing, trainer, ruled off. Dr. C. S. Herbert (alias) J. C. Davis and 0. A. Arthur, trainer, and H. L. Wasson, agent, account. Little I Am ringing case. 1898 The following jockevs were indefinitely suspended: A. Warren. C.Clay, Tip Leigh, J. Snoll, O. 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Ky Jny 28. 1899. I have received notice of the following nil-ings 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 Bermuda; samo 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, Kobert Bonner,Einer, Hardly and Uarda. E. C. Hoppkk, Secretary. . Covington, Ky., August 2, 1899. I he 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. Hoppeb, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 16, 1899. 1 have received notice of the following rulings by the St. Louis Fair Association: W. L. Cassidy, ruled off. Charles Houck, jockey, ruled off. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 22, 1899. mu The nu- Chicago Jockey Club notifies mo of the following rulings : Jockey T. Bisping, indefinitely suspended. Wood Hoffman, owner, fined $100 anS his stable suspended for thirty days for misrepresentation in Duffy license case. The Licenso Committee has revoked Bisping's license on the recommendation of the judges of said Jockey Club. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary , Covington, Ky., August 25, 1899 m The rr Harlom Jockey Club notifies me of the ruling off of Jockey Jesse Everett for purposely riding to lose Lord Zeni. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. , Covington, Ky.. August 30, 1899. rp. The Harlem tt Jockey Club has notified me of the following ruling: Jockey John Morrison has been indefinitely suspended. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Sept. 7, 1899. mi Ihe Chicago Racing Association has raised the suspension of Jockey A. Eggerson. J. C. Hoppee, Secretary. r Covington, Ky., September 14, 1899. U.K. Duffy s trainers license has been revoked by the committee. The Chicago Jockey Club has removed tho suspension against jockey J. McDonald. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. m, , , CoyiNGTON, Ky., September 16, 1899. J-he following persons have been ruled off by the i Chicago Jockey Club: Jockeys E. Royce and W. Nutt. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Appeals Degided APPEALS DEG'IDED. Tho Committee on Appeals of the American Turf Congress has rendered the following decisions in cases appealed from various membors of the Turf Congress. Tho most important case is that affecting jockey Hose and employer W. Clancy. The decision is as follows : In the controversy between J. J. Smith and W. Clanci over the services of the boy Leo Hose, tho committee rendered the following opinion : "In the case of the jockey Lee Andrew Rose, we aie of the opinion tuat J. J. Smith is legally eutitled to Ids 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 the spring meeting of tho Louisville Jockoy Cluo W. Gallagher, part owner of the b. c, Patroon, 4 year-old, by Patron Madie, entered said horse in a race to bo run on May 4th, and after time to declare Gallagher requested tho judges, C. F. Price and L. P. Tarlton, to excuso the horse. After an examination of tho horse and being fully satisfied that he was not lame, as claimed by Gallagher, the judges ordered Gallagher to start tho horse, Gallagher refused to do so and tho judges ruled Gallagher and tho horso off. The Committee on Appeals sustained the judges. In the controversy between F. M. Arthur and the Queen City Jockey Club over tho payment of out ance feed, tho committee decided that tho Queen City Jockoy Clu . was entitled to tho $65 hold by the Chicago Kacing Association. The case of James Robinson, who was ruled off last wiutor by tho Crescent City Jockey Club, was rei erred back to said club for action. Official Notice OFFICIAL NOTICE. Covington, Ky., July 11, 1899. The Harlom Jockoy Club has notified me that the entry of tho horse Kriss Kringle, on account of extreme inconsistency in racing, has boeu refused. Covington, Ky., July 27, 1899. The Harlom Jockey Club has notified me that tho further entries from E. R. Bradley and of tho horsos Brigade, Piccola, Native Son and Friar John will bo refused at their track. K. U. Hoppee, Secretary. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1890. Harlem (Chicago) September 1330 Latonia, Ky Oct. 728 Newport, Ky Oct. 30 Nov. 18 Page  Harlem Form Chart HARLEM FORM CHART. CHICAGO. 111., September 23. Fif ty-second day. Harlem Jockey Club. Bummer Meeting. Weather wet; track very heavy. Presiding Judge, A. W. Hamilton. 8tarter, Richard Dwyer. Racing Rtarts at 2:15 p. m. A i ST FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. $75 to second; $25 to third. X 41-000 2-yBar-olris. 8elling Ind Horsoa A Wt tit H A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 145093THE RUSH 100 2 4 3 IH li T Rums J W S horr & Son3 44 3 W (14630BR. ANDERSON 109 8" 8i 71 1 6" 24 Conley Hrry Smith 3 41 3 34 14422 YOLOCO 107 3" 32 42 31 32 Vititoe G W S-ott 6 15 6 15 146293CALOOCAN 9a 4h 51 C 41 411 SUvfts BTu-kr 5 6 5 5 (U611)FLORINEL II. 100 54 2 1H 5" 51 Netcom H T Griffin 10 15 10 15 14235 FRANGIBLE 107 94 103 52 21 62 N Hill W E Applegate 8 10 8 10 14634 OCORNO 100 6 7 82 92 72 Domioick J J Donovan 30 30 20 20 14634 OR LETTA 99 li 122 72 83 Shppard GWHadIey 8 15 8 15 14620 FAIR TEST 103 11a 65 92 81 9i Mitchell WHMny&Son 20 30 20 30 14520 PHALLAS 107 13 112 113 101 10H L Rofe Keor e & Ryan 6 15 6 15 14422 CLARA WOOLEY 101 12 9 103 1H 112 H Brown L H Ez 11 6 8 6 8 14422 ANNIS PALMER 97 10" 13 122 121 J 123 H Pntters'nJ Maloney & Co 20 40 20 40 13948 NINA B. L. 93 74 122 13 13 13 H Wilson W Hoffman 15 ICO 15 40 12370 PINK JACKET 97 Ran awty. Ransch J B Nichols 20 40 20 40 Time, 25i, 511, 1:054, 1:20. Winner B c, 07 Oddfellow Chantr Off at the first break to a fair start. Won hand ridden, but out to the laet ounce; serond and third were coin? their best. The Rush wes well riddsn and feemsd to like the going. He was lncky nt that to beat Brownie Anderson. The latter was the bast. Fh pot away poorly, had bad racing luck in general, and was brought through the deepest going in the stretch. Yoloco made a good shi wing. Floriool II. showed a lot of speed, bnt she and Orletta raced each other to defeat in tbo first half. Frangible appeared to have a winning chance at the head of the stretch, but stopped as if short. It wbb a very tired lot at the finish. Pink Jacket got away from jockey Ransch on the way to the post and ran a mile before he conld be stopped. The colt eventually bolted out of thopaddock gate and gave the boy a nasty looking fall. No serious damage was done, however. The Rnsb, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Brownie Anderson, place, 8 to 5: show, 4 to 5. Yoloco, show, 3 to 1. i A Q f SECONDRACK 7-8 Mile7f,nrse$400. $75 to secondT$25 to third" JL uOQ 3-yaar-olds. Allowances. Ind HorBes A Wt Bt & K 5 Btr Fin Jockeys Owners Q H L C J4469 FANTASY 104 54 14 14 16 1 1 Domioick W'df'd&Everman20 50 20 30 14503 OWYHEE 97 10" 7" 2 2i 26 26 Bassinger G F Murphy 20 30 20 30 14556 THE GEEZER 94 4h 4i 4" 3U 34 314 Silvers L J Haas 6 8 6 7 14632 SB OT BELT 94 9n 112 8H 7a 62 46 Saton Mrs R Bradley 20 50 20 50 14648 DKFIANCR 104 3a 2H 51 62 4H 5 Dagan P M Civill 20 30 20 20 14531 BERT DAVIS 100 11 13a 112 gi 72 62 Vititoe J S O'Brien 6 7 6 7 145682MARSARA 106 12l2a 123 92 91 72 McJoynt JamesGrilfin&Col5 30 15 30 14530 PR. OF ORANGE 104 134 91U01 5H 81 83 T Knight SM Marsh 15 20 15 15 14527 LAM IT Y 104 7a 8 92 112 10U 9U Reits Casey & Co 12 15 12 15 14601 VICTOR SUM 104 14a 102 132 132 112 1014 Ralph O L White 50 60 50 60 13356 TIMON 107 15i 142 141 141 123 112 H Wilson MT Miles 40 60 40 60 14568 BROWN DICK 964 6153 153 152 132 121 J Brown W H Roller 12 20 12 15 143532ANDES 97 8a 3" 3H 44 5 134 T Burns James Aithur 8-5 8-5 1 1 12056 H'PKINS' CHOICE104 1h 6U 73 123 143 141 Shoppard G Landry 15 20 15 20 14491 JUGGLER II. 107 164 162 162 163 152 154 L Rose A C Clark 20 20 15 15 10754 AMELIA T. 104 24 54 62 104 161 16U W Jones John Hagan 50 100 60 100 14633 SIR GABNET 107 174 175 175 175 173 176 M Weber F Hope & Son 30 100 30 1C0 145683BL'MING CHANCE104 18 18 18 18 18 18 Mitchell Rexford & Tesner 15 15 15 15 Time, 13, 26, 52, 1:20, 1:341. Winner Ch. f, by Folso Eva S. Post 12 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second Bnd third were doing their bsst. Fantasy broke running, had speed to loan and spreadeagled her field. She won tunning awy. Owyhee showed plsnty of sreed but could never got near the leader. Tbo Geezer got sbut off down the backstretch. Shntbelt ran a good race and Andes a bad one. Burns eaEed the latter up at the end. Prince of Orange was all tangled up at the start and ran a better race than the figures show. It was a vers bad lot. Scratched 14568 Faletto Jr.. 94; 14578 Schaukerj, 91. Corrected weights Fantasy, 104. OverweightB Marsara, 2 pounds; Bert Davis, 3: Brown Dick, 24. Fantasy, place, 12 to 1: show, 5 to 1. Owyhee, pi ice, 10 to 1; show, 5 to 1. The Geezer, show, 3 to 2 Andes, place, 3 to 5; show,out. ; 1 8i7TTTHIRr) RACEllnvtne8. Purse $40a $75 to second; $25 to third" JL rO O i 3-year-olde and upward Allowarcs Ind HorseB A Wt St M & & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 146162TAPPAN 5 107 li 33 14 Ik li 1" M Wt-ber J H Smith 4 8 4 8 14574 TULANE 3 96 21 23 21 224 25 23 T Burns M'Guig'n&Walk'r3 5 3 4 14570 HITTICK 3 100 8 511 3i 4 35 36 W.lson W H Laird 4 4 4 4 146142 MONONGAH 3 97 7 7H 44 58 43 45 nPattersonM L Kuntz & Co 3 16-53 3 146322CLARA MEADER3 S7 4 6. 56 3" 512 15 Dominick W Jordan & Co 6 6 5 5 14294 ISABEY 4 105 3i 8 8 72 78 65 W Jones R Rome 4 9 4 9 14501 THIS DRAGOON 3 100 5" 4 72' 62 83 7 Sbeppard ETMcConnell 20 40 20 40 14603 EFFIE L. 3 91 6i 15 62 8 8 8 Grand A McCauley 50 100 50 100 Time, 13, 26. 39, 525, 1 :07i, 1:21, 1:344, 1:48, 1:55. Winner Br. g, by Powhattan Finical. Post 4 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second driving to the limit; third easily. Tap-pan, under an indifferent ride, ran a good race. This is a goou, honest horee and at home in the mud. Tnlane awoke suddenly. In his last previous race a common maiden like Ramlet boat him away off. HiUick is probably hardly ready. This race will do him good. The ride on Mi nonoah was a nightmare. Patterson got shut off at every occasion and did eveiything but fall off. Is h bey would not extend himself. He is a has-been. Scratched 14616 Wordsworth, 97. Overweights Effie L., 4 pounds; Monongah, 4. Tappan, place, 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5. Tnlane, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Hittick, show, 4 to 5. Monongah, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. "3 A CIC-iQ FOURTH RACE lMile and IOO-Yards. Purso 5400. $75 to Becond ; $25 to I T-QuQ third. 4 yoar-olda and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M K 3i StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 146163MOLO 4 114 2a 34 45 3i 13 18 Overton W Hoffman 8-5 24 8-5 9-5 14601 INTRIGUER 5 99 14 82 72 5i 2H 21 W Wilson JMMathewson 20 30 20 30 146302PINK. POTTER 6 93 61 5 & 62 41 31 Fogg J H Smith 8 15 8 15 14599 RUS KIN 4 93 5 4 1 Hi 32 46 Mitchell Sydney Paget 3 3 2 3 (14496)ATOR 4 93 9i 96 51 7a 63 55 Dominick Locknart Bros 6 15 6 15 14616 JENNIE F. 4 93 3 2" 2 2 52 61 T Knight B S Bender 15 20 15 15 (14648)ROLLINS 5 105 7a 7n gH 92 73 74 Conley FZuehllie&Co 6 15 6 15 14492 EL'N'R HOLMES4 93 101 62 i 8 4 81 82 Silvers L J Haas 15 20 15 20 14604 NANNIE DAVIS 4 93 114 10M12 101 102 gs R Brown HGynn&Co 20 30 20 30 14521 MC ALBERT 4 93 4a la 31 81 92 1C6 Dugan H Robinson 15 30 15 SO 14524 BROTHER FREDS 93 8a 12 10 112 112 nio ERobertB'nJobn Call 0 30 25 25 9132 ORA M. 5 97 12 112 12 12 12 12 HPat.ersonW II Day 30 100 SO 100 14631 TRUXILLO 5 1C0 Left at ihe poet. N Hill H L Jones & Co 6 9 6 9 Time, 13, 26J, 53i, 1:21, 1 :18, 1 :541. Winner Ch. b, by Pardee Outstep. Off at the first break to a good start for all but Trnxillo. Won very easily at the end after early punishment; second and third were doing their beet. Molottas at his best and made a show of hia field. Had Intriguer not been interfered with n the first turn he would have been a keen contender. As it was he ran a good race Ruskin dislikes a route. He quit bacly in the run home. Jennie F. did well as for as sho went. Po dirt McAlb9rt, but he did not go very far. Scratched 14650 Gose Liver, 105; 13446 Fred Barr. 96; 14652 Dejurp. 93: (115(9)Joo Shelby, 96; 14018 Eliriad, 96; 14630 Channcey Fisher, 93; 14522 Victoiiro, 95; 11298 Blue Dan, 9G; 1421)2 Ray H., 93; 14529 Jessie S 95; 14232 Briggs, 93; 14201 Lucky Monoey, 96. Overweights Truxillo, 4 pounds. Molo, place, 4 to 5; show, ont. Intriguer, place, 10 to 1; show, 5 to 1. Pink6y Potter, show, 3 to 1. Ruskin. place, evens ; show. 1 to 2. FIFTH RACE 5-8 Mile. Purse $400. $75 to second ; $25 to thira. I rO J J 2 year-olds. Allowances. Ind Hortes A Wt St M SirFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 146153DnOuY 108 4a 21 2U ZH 13 T Burns L H Ezell 34 4 3 34 14634 MISS FEE ' 98 7a 72 li 1 2 Dominick E t-heohan 40 75 40 60 146143FLOR1ZAR 105 61 8H 41 51 3 Conlej H J Scogpsn 3 18-53 3 14355 EBLA D'OR 102 3 1 3 41 4a A Booker CB Campbell 5 8 5 8 14569 TILDY ANN 10512a 4H 5U 31 51 L Roes WBMay&Son 6 10 6 9 146152BONNIVARD 105 5 3 62 61 62 Vititoe J S O'Brien 21 4 2i 4 13640 FIDEL YOULIN 98 10 92 93 8H 73 W Lyons Morsf &Patterson0 60 20 60 14615 EL CANEY 105 91 5a 71 7a 85 Hamilton G C Bennett 6 12 6 12 (1336DGARTER 101 81 6U 81 95 f.5 Mitchell G W Scott 6 12 6 12 14526 TRUE FIT 100 1 10 10 10 10 N Hill A Berry & Co 20 25 20 20 Time, 12i, 25, 52, 1 :061. Winner B. c, by Deceiver Nantucket. Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second, third, fourth and fifth were under keen pressure. Decoy liked the track, was lucky and well ridden. After a little shaking up ha easily went to the front in the stretch. Miss Fee showed a lot of speed and hung on gamely through the stretch. FJorizar was badly outrun in the first part of it. Erla d'Or was interfered with and almost knocked down on the far turn. Tildy Ann made a good showing. Bonni-vaid ran balcw the notch. Scratchod-(14333)Satan, 98; 14452 Hngerdon, 101; 14600 Ailanto, 101. Overweights True Fit, 2 ponns; Tildy Ann, 31. , Decoy, place. 7 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Mies Fee, place, 20 to 1; show, 10 to 1. Florisar, show, 1 to 2. Bonnivard. place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. 1 A irZr7 SIXTH RACE 3-4 Mile. Parse $400. $75 to first; $25 to second. i i-O i) All aeos. Bllirg Ind Ho ss A Wt St & y2 ?j StrFir Jockeys Owners O H L C (14631)DaMOCLE3 6 111 1 2i 2a 1 15 Jjnan P &1 Civill 2 3 2 11-5 14492 EVA WILSON 3 105 21 li 12 2 2 Sbeppard F L Wileon 10 20 10 20 14629 SIR FITZHUGH 2 90 4 61 62 52 3a T Knight Leigh & Jordan 10 15 10 15 14604 PAULINE J. 3 105 3 41 i 5H 41 4 McJoynt E C Brown & Co 10 12 10 10 14616 ALBERT VALE 5 114 8 72 41161 51 FTh'mpsonE T Graves 6 7 6 7 14433 MAGGIE DAVIS 3 105 5 35 33 31 62 J Waldo W M Sloan 10 10 8 8 14611 MOCORITO 4 111 6 92 92 72 75 Glover O P Rornieli 20 20 12 12 14511 BAIRD 2 92 7a 5a 7a 81 8 Baseinger Heckner&KeatingoO 50 40 40 14634 AZU A 2 87 9 10 10 10 93 Dominick MFCarrano&Co 5 5 3 4 14383 POSrR BAILEY 2 87 10 81 81 9 10 C Murphy G T Leach 50 50 40 40 Time, 124. 25i, 521, 1:06, 1:201. Winner Ch. g, by Donald A. Conein Kate. Off at the first break to a fair start. Won very easily; second hand ridden. Third and fourth were under full sail. Damocles was much the best in the going and in a soft spot. He was never fully extended and won pricking hia ears. Eva Wi'son had abundant snood and made a very good showing. Sir Fitzhngh finished with a rush. Maggie Davis showed speed but quit early. Mocorito pulled up lame. Azia had no chance from where she-got off. Scratched (13859) Barrack, 90: 14312 Al Lone. Ill: 1463l2Antiqnary, 108; 14528 Borden. 114; 13897 B-aw Lad. 114: 14558 George H. Ketcham, 111: 14604 Warren Point, 111; 14603 Pay The Fiddler, 105; 12536 Torhet. 105; 14611 Microscope. 90; 144693Canace, 105. Overweights Baird, 2 pounds. Damocles, place, evens: show, 2 to 5. Eva Wilson, place, 8 to 1; show, 3 to 1. Sir Fitzhngh, pIiqt, 3 o 1 Azne, place, 8 to 5; show. 4 to 5. 3 0ro:nto poim. Toronto, Ont., Septembar 22. The form of Satur iay's Toronto fields is: First Race By George, Mongolian, Rey Sala-zar. 3econd Race Left Bower, Daily Report, Vohicer. Third Rac9 No form. Fourth Race Topmast Bonlno, Maritanall. Fifth Race Pbilae, Lion Heart, Rosebsry. Sixth Race Nicholas, Guilder, Beguile. Toronto Entries TORONTO NXKIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses Age Wt. Hdcn. Annie W 4.. ..116 13123 Mongolian 4.. ..116 690 14325 Brown Girl 5. ...115 675 14536 ReySalazar 4.. ..115 685 14585 Wreath 3. ...108 680 145663B: Gfore 3.. ..108 70!) 129443Minstrclsy 3.. ..108 675 Second Race 5 8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Belling. (144851Left Bower....' ."108 ...V.V7C0 (14656) Vohicer 105 685 (14553) Alf red C 104 680 146C92Daily Report.... , 103 690 13331 W-terwick, 102 665 134322Basle -. 102 675 14485 The Dealer 102 660 14535 Lord Minto 101 650 (14H3)MayS 98 675 14551 Ice Drop 98 670 Third. Race The Novice Course. Novico Hunters' Sweepstakes. Inspector Stephens 165 Mainspring 165 Emigrant 165 Kaiser .150 Cricket 150 Fourlli Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3- year-olda and upward. Handicap. 14552SBeau Ideal 6.. ..115 680 145392BonIno 5. ...112 690 (13S05)TopmasJt 6.. ..112 700 14229 Wine Press 3.... 108 670 14590 Jessamine Porter II 4 106 675 (14446) Maritanall 4.. ..105 685 (14610)SaIlie Lamar 6.. ..100 680 (14427)K.C.B... 3.. ..100 665 12827 Abingdon 7.... 99 685 11255 Cherry Head 3.... 95 .......660 14399 Toddy Ladle 3.... 95 650 fifth Race Full Courge. (About 2 1-2 Miles ) 4- year-olds and upward. Handicap. The Grand International Steeplechase. Value $750. Ind. Horses, color sax & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp 14592 Laftfellow 5. ...160 610 12099 Iranian 5.... 158 650 143812 Rosobery ; 5. ...154 6G5 (14489) Philae 4.. ..153 675 12800 Partrcr 7.... 152 665 12160 Lion Heart 8... .150 670 87703 rincoMark 8. ...149 ."660 141012Wild Heather II 4. ...149 655 Avenger, b. g, by Aro- tino Lucille Boynton 7 143 fclxth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Selling, nd. HorB6s. Age. Wgt. Hdcr. (14564) Beguilo 4.. ..125 685 13294 Credential 4. ...121 680 14608 Guilder 4. ...118 690 14591 Annie Lauretta 4 116 670 ,(145321 Nicholas 6. ...116 700 lS9983Hilee 3.... 113 675 14229 Wino PresB 3.. ..113 665 (14427)K.C.B 3.. ..Ill 660 Brooklyn Form BKOOKLYN FORM. New Yokk, N. Y., September 22. The form of Saturday's Gravesend fields is: First Race Marshall, Hardy C., Becky Rolfe. Sacond Race Abuse, Bello" of Memphis, Satin Slipper. Third Race Saddncos, Madden entry, Co-burg. Fourth Race Imp, Ban Holladay, Praviou3i Fifth Race Rare Perfume, Maximo Gomez, Hurricane. Sixth Race Kilogram, Vesuvian, Angle. Brooklyn Entries BROOKLYN ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather clear : track good. First Race S Miles. Over 8 hurdles. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Ind. Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdcp. 63053Governor Grigga 6. ...149 670 145442 Marshall 9.... 146 700 (14544)Hardy C 4.. ..146 690 14?49 Emigre 3. ...138 665 14581 Sculptor 4. ...134 650 14544 Bob White 5. ...133 680 14172 Becky Rolfe 5. ...132 685 14610 James T' d. ;.. 3. ...130 .660 145443Mr. Stoffel 4. ...130 675 First series. Second Race About 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (14633)Jinks 3. ...103 725 139102Goal Runner 3....109 715 142273Dnkeof Middleburg.... S....107 720 (14462)Abuss 6.. ..105 750 14597 Belle of MemphiB 4....103 740 14483 Bello of Troy . 3 98 .... 71Q. 14598 Tinge ..: 7.... 98 720 13757 High Jinks 4.... 95 730 145422Satin Slipper 3.... 93 735 125562Sonchon 3.... 92 725 14580 Tinkler 4.... 91 700 145453DollieWiathoff........ 3.... 84 730 Third Race 5-8 Mile. The Algeria Stakes. $1,000 added. 2-year-olda. Allowances. 144803Gulden 115 740 146253Kilmarnock 115 735 14516 Modrine 115 725 14639 Shoreham 115 700 145S233e.ddnce3 112 750 14654 Montanic 112 715 12947 Last Cord 108 708 143592Cobnrg 108 735 14552 Templar 108 710 146643Hammock 108 720 14516 Toddy 108 725 14268 The Scotchman 108 720 145163Ildrim 108 730 14540 Lady of the Vale 105 725 J. E. Madden entry. Fourth Race 1 1-3 Miles. All Ages . AUowa noes . The Second Special. $2,500 added. 14553 Imp 5... .121 800 (1448l)Ben Holladay 6. ...121 790 (Uf83)Previou3 i.r.. 121 775 14517 Bangle 4. ...121 750 14481 Thomas Cat 5 ...121 740 1448l2The Bachelor 6. ...118 760 14595 Prince McClurg 3.... 110 770 Fifth Race 1 1-1G Miles. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Selling. 14538 Star of Bethlehem 4.. ..Ill 660 14635 Maximo Gomez 4 106 690 145973Chapoaqna 3.. ..105 675 14584 Hardly 4. ...101 685 146262 Hnrricane 3.... 100 680 14545 Impariial 3.... 97 650 146363Rare Perfume 3.... 97 700 14598 Sweet Caporal 3 ... 97 670 Sixth Race 5 -S Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 145952Ve3nviao 115 ......690 144602Anfflo 115 6S5 146'5 Mac Flecknoa 115 ....:.67a 14406 Kipling 115. .625 14625 Pincher 115 -f."....640 14478 Kn-ghtbauneret 115 680 14639 Matt Simpson 115 ......650 12528 Celritas 115 665 14595 Cracker 115 ......660 127S2 Fonsolee 115 645 14460 Kindred 115 635 14456 Kilogram 115 700 14406 Salmagundi 115 650 Dan Reagan, ch. c, by SpendthriftCinderella 115 13490 First Whip 115 660 14595 Hop Brook 115 625 14595 Lingerie 112 675 Mondoro, b. g, by Troubadour Mona 112 146373Eileen Daly 112 .. ..670 14661 Mantn Lynch 112 665 Page  Harlem Jockey Club.... (HARLEM RACETRACK.) SEPT. i 8th TO SEPT 30TH, 1899. FIVE OR MORE RACES DAILY RACING COMMENCES AT 2:15 P.M. Special Trains on LAKE STREET ELEVATED leave State and Lake Randolph Street, direct to Grand Stand WIT BOUT CHANGE. Returning, Streets at 12:30, 12:37, 12:44, 12:51, 12:58. 1:05, 1:12 1:26 P.M., stopping at Jdadi- stop only at Ashland Avenue, Halsted Street and loop stations. First Accom- son Street and Wabash Avenue, State and Van Buren Streets, Pacific Avenue modation Train leaves after Fifth race stopping at all stations. Trains leaving and Van Buren Street, Fifth Avenue and Madison Street and Fifth Avenue and after last race make no stops until reaching Ashland Avenue. METROPOLITAN ELEVATED stops at all LOOP STATIONS, leaving Suburban Electric Line direct to Grand Stand. Suburban cars leave connecting at Franklin and Van Buren Streets at 1:00, 1:12, 1:24 and 1:36 P.M., stopping only at Forty-eighth Street after Third, Fourth and Fifth races. Cars leaving after last Halsted Street and Marshfield Avenue, connecting at Forty-eighth Street with race make no stops from Forty-eighth Street until reaching Marshfleld Avenue. TWELFTH STREET ELECTRIC CARS leave State and Van Buren Streets MADISON STREET CABLE connects at Fortieth Street with Electric from 12:25, to 1:15 P.M direct to racetrack without change. Cars direct to racetrack. ADMISSION TO GRAND STAND 75 CENTS. M. NATHANSON, Secretary, Room !, 130 Adams Street. W?0OPLAMPS 2lTlfP TUB CHOICEST OF AUSTRALIAN BLOOD. FOUL SHOT BY giUSKBT-SLANDER. ( lthntici.. ... j Tcucheicsfi, b7 Uaouli s fIisn(rbo ... jj ? Vcrbaua. by Yeloeipad a 2 j Isiro oi Fan is Joil). (MiasSowc ........ i Cattoa. by Goliuaciii. m f" 4 I Traaby's dam by Orrlll i C3 c j 3 CPtntelooa..... ...... ..iCastrol, by BnMarfi. g 1 o LliS$ernMift, (CsaEwlishJ. f Idalla, by Penrrl:a. 2 "g j I Daooy j ifilho-da-Pata.by B'ph'aast 4 q Fine3ae, by Peruvian. K fjj U Q 3 ( Mulboaraa, .... .. .... j Kumphray CllakcrtbyO'a " S"0 f Wob iiatiedi&a Cerrantea1 mure. fl ! -S-13 j (Corby s.sfi 34, liSjor) .. I Howerlca,, .... .... .... j Touchstone, by CamsJi H M tiS c Emms., by Whiaker. 3 j (Camoi ............. j Whal&bono, by Wsy, 5 j: iBrcrrsSsii, ........ ....... 3 Balica maro. O Ho D sughier ol .- j Erntandorf . by Blaskiosk, fe iMrc.Cr'icksa'nkj.byW'Iia'eb j t Cantsea j Waxy Popa, by Wax?. rCalcaSRtdrcporisd).!.... 5 . fCastania. by Gohstaua, - I K (HamDlsSonic...... .... StamJord,byPl8iiIp"8t!87l a (Troi (Import .... j Priata, by Hmilius. I lOassaaiir, .. i Hlly, by Partiasn. O : o JAliso Srty. ...... 'Rone' Emtcrsci by Pioaaei a i " j ? Gnlnara,by YtuncQohtiasB mTA Ths ColonnJ........... Whicker, by "Was?, -, It ? ftJsp-4-pli (Iiapori8Jti).... f Delphil mare. iT S 3 I ( 9ir to Castes. .... .... J au.ttan,bFSa!!nit r rf i Duotxete o2 York, fey fTasj y In (Dcrec ........Touc!iatoESi iBsii Hztsd YsrboEa. ( BnphlBi . w. Skiiliiuda, 1 HelUs- BrRHi BARNEY SCHREIBER, BRIDQETON, MO. 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 untii further notice. Many valuable Stake Events will be offered, the terms of which will be announced shortly. Address All Communications 1o Ihos. H. Williams," Jr., Pres't. 8. 8. Milroy, Sec'y.