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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, November 25, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899112501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, November 25, 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  Thoroughbred Sales THOROUGHBRED SAXES. Next Monday the FaBig-Tipton Go. will sell all the thoroughbreds belonging to the long famous Palo Alto Stud and Madison Square Garden will no doubt be thronged to witness the translation of Racine, Flambeau, Flirt, Gorgo, Fairy IRose, Bosetta, Cornelia, Amelia and Music to new owners. There is one yearling filly in the lot to be Bold that for sentiments sake should turn out to be a flyer. She ia by St. Carlo Fairy Rose and is named Rose Carlo. She is a half sister to Racine, Fairy d and Rosormondc, and as she iB said to be a k (rand looking joungmiBS it is quite in the line of probability that she is destined to add to the fame of Fairy Rote as a great broodmare. On the same day, at Lexington, Ey., Wood-aid & Shanklin will begin a sale that is to run all through the weekend when it comes to a close several hundred thorcnghbreds will have changed ownership. It is to be in some respects the most important sale of the year, Horsemen f rem all parts of the country are preparing to attend on the chance of being able to pick up a bargain, a big party having arranged to leave New York Saturday night. The number of horses catalogued is 04, embracing hones in training, stallions, broodtrares and yearlings, the latter being over 209 in number and embracing the progeny of such sires as Hanover, Pirate of Penzance, Iroquoip, Margrave, St. Flcrian, St. Blaise, Prices Royal, Onondaga, 8trthnjor?, Lamplighter, Troubadour, Masetto, Miser, Favor, Rili y, July, Ber-Ban, Leone tuB, Falsetto. Eshor, Lazzarone, St. Saviour. Portland, Aintree, Deceiver, Fonso, RoBtington, Eothen, Belvidere, Wagner, Kingston, Prince of Monaco, Albert and, in short, about all the famous stallions in this country. Among the horses in training to be disposed of are such good ones as Serrano, Kriss Kringle, Algol, W. Overton, Streamer, The Rush, Unsightly, Merito, High Degree, Yoloco, Lightning Express, Miss Gutjsie, Caviar, Vohicer, Anna Bain and many others well known to all frequenters of tho race course.' Altogether it promises to be a busy and important week at Lexington. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. The Australian papers bring fall reports of the running for the Caulfield cup, the second mo9t important handicap race of the Bouth continent. The winner proved to bs Dewey, a three-year-old colt by Lochiel, named in honor of Admiral Dewey. There were twenty-one starters and Dewey was third from last passing the grend stand at the end of the first half mile. Bounding the turn for the run through the stretch Dewey had gradually moved up into fourth place. He paBBed the leaders and had enough left to Btall off Gauleon at the finish. Ballistite and La Carabine, both eons of Carbine, finished fourth and fifth. Gauleon is a full brother of The Grafter and Gaulns, triod performers of the Australian' turf. The win of Dewey resulted in the colt being installed favorite for the Victorian Derby. A cablegram brought the intelligence, however, that Dewey finished third in the Melbourne Cup. The crack three-year-old of Australia, however, is Australian Star, by Australian Peer and a grandson of Darebin, who is owned at Rancho del Paso. He was no t eligible for the Victorian Derby. San Francisco Chronicle. The following paragraph from a London letter to an eastern newspaper deserves tho thoughtful consideration of every bookmaker in the land: "Lord W. Beresford deserves a vote of thanks. He has purchased the three-year-old colt, NeurasthenipponBkelesterizo from Mr. H. M. Dyas, and haB changed that horrible name to Waltzer, not a bad name for a son of Saraband. The former name was simply atrocious. You Americans have had Prestidigitatrice. Huitzilo-pochtli (or whatever it was) and two or three other pretty bad names. But did you ever dream of anything as ehocking as Neurasthenip-ponskelesterizo?" John E. Madden has purchased the McCann farm of 208 acres of blue grass land, adjoining Hamburg Place in the rear. With thiB purchase Hamburg Place now comprises 700 acres, valued at 1100 an acre. 2 OL. Y.NO. 284. CHICAGO, SATURDAY7 NOYEMBEE 25 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS For Next Year FOB NEXT TEAK. Trainer Welsh has thirty-two racers in his charge, eighteen of them yearlings, the property of the FleiEchmannB, and twelve yearlings and the two-year-olds De Lacy and Orthia belonging to W. C. Whitney. The Fleisobmann lot is as follows: Black colt, by Fresno Marian; bsy colt, by Margrave Mt. Vernon; chestnut colt, by Albsrt-Bonnie Ola; bsy colt, by Sir Dixon Bonnie Bine; brown colt, by Dandio Dinmont Borealis; bay colt, by Orner Lonely; chestnut colt, by Hanover Hhody Gale; cheBtnnt colt, by Ircqnoit Toribara; brown colt, by Sir Dixon Kentucky Belle; brown Ally, by 8t. Maxim Frances 8.; cheetnut filly, by St. Maxim Florie ; bay colt, by Governor Foraker Philopena; chestnut colt, by St. Maxim-Emulate; brown gelding, by Order Lady ; bay gelding, by Inspector B. Nydia; bay gelding, by Juvenal Born Fool; bay colt, by Bramble Jeesie L90 B, and brown colt, by Bramble Promenade. On the whole, they are a most taking locking lot. They have, with few exceptions, been highly tried and Welsh seems to have some clever material to go to the races with next season. The Margrave Mt. Vernon youngster is a fine type and looks a racer all over. The-Albert Bonnie Ola colt should surely do if looks go for anything, and the Dandie Dinmont Borealis and Ircquois Toribera colts, and the St. Maxim Frances S. filly look like racehorses made to order. In fact, there iB not one in the lot that does not please the fancy. The Whitney lot, besides the two-year-olds De Lacy and Orthia, consists of the following yearlings: Bay colt, by Hanover Anna Gray; chestnut colt, by Himyar Lady Agnes; bay colt, by Hanover Ida Walton; chestnut filly, by Hanover Peg Wcffiogton, David Garrick's dam; bay colt, by Luke Blackburn Maude Ward ; bay colt, by The Bard Heel and Toe ; bay colt, by The Bard Eqnipoiee; bay filly, by The Bard Maamee: bay colt, by The Bard-Foxfire, and two fillies and a colt by Meddler. These were satisfactorily tried before being placed in Mr. Welsh's hands, and, as on breeding and looks they should race with the best, he is Eure to do come good with them. The Hanover Anna Gray colt iB a rare looker and shoula race. Tho chestnut colt by Himyar Ida Walton, is well put up, and is vpry racy-like. The chestnut filly by Hanover Peg Wof-fington is as good a looking miBB as one could wieh to see and onght to sport colors successfully. Orthia looks but little improved since being turned out. The high-priced De Lacy, which was such a disappointment to the Whitney stable during the season, haB a large, roomy paddock to himself. He has filled out but little since boing thrown out of training, and from hiB present loots he is quite likely to continue the same disappointment. Morning Telegraph. Birmingham Form Chart BIRMINGHAM FORM CHART. BIRMINGHAM, ALA, November 34 Thirteenth day. Birmingham Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. Weather clear; track slow. Presiding Judge, W. R. Letcher. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Racing starts at 2:00 p.m. " X588(3 FIRSTEACE 5-8 Mile. Purse $150. 3-year-oldB and upward. Allowances. 5id Horses A Wt St jj ft H Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O H L O 15825 LTBATION 4 109 4 2H 22 21 1 Frcst H Warner 3 3i 3 31 158702DTJLAO 4 112 -6 12 H 1h 21 Miller JGBallentine 8-5 9-5 8-5 9-5 156602 BALLOTT P. 5 117 2 32 33 32 31 Aker C A Alderson 4 4 3 3 158743SALLIE J. 3 104 3 4 4 42 4 Castro R H Bronaugh 8-5 21 8-5 2 15791 CLIS8IE B. 6 104 1 6 6 54 51 K Harris M Brauer 8 8 7 8 15711 PILGRIM II. 3 114 6 5! 5 6 6 Holbrook McCranor Bros 15 30 15 30 Time. 2ii, 51i, 1:051. Winner Ch. g, by Linden Vintage. Post 5 minutes. Start good. It was a driving finiBh. Dalac bore in on Libation, Hallott P. and Sallie J. when rounding the first turn. Castro had to pull up Sallie J. to keep from goin? down. Dulac hung when it came to a drive. Libation was drawing away at the end. Scratched 15453 Nellie McDonnld. 119; 15814 Tom Perien, 109: 157613Lady Powhattan. 109; 15828 Jim Lick, 104; 15844 Forget Me Not, 104; 15844 Hat Wilson, 99. Libation, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Dulac, place, 3 to 5; snow, out. Hallott P., place, even; show, 1 to 2. Sallie J- place, evens; show, lio2. sbgoni RACE 5-8 Mite. Purse $150. 2-year-olds. Allowances. X)H87 fnd Horses A t at 4 ft & BtrFin Jockeys Owners O i Q (158741 HTATIH A 104 5 2 2 2 1 Irvin S T Jacob 3 3 2T3 (I58Ji)WOODTRICE 115 1 1HH 1 23 Patton G Van Studdiford 6-5 6-5 1 6-5 156612 HIEA WAY 104 2 31 32 31 3U Forehand E Moore & Co 8-5 9-5 8-5 8-5 158423SUPREME 100 6 53 41 4ii 42 J Waldo Allen Neil 8 8 8 8 15842 NELLA 97 7 4i 511 51 5 Robinson M Brauor 20 30 20 30 1587133INNKHAHONE 100 3 7 6 65 66 McGinn Howard & Brown 10 10 8 10 15842 RECOVERY 99 4 61 7 7 7 W Harris Strobel & Miller 20 20 15 20 Time, 25, 50i,l:04i. Winner B. f, by Lsonatua Mary C. Post 7 minutes. Start good. Wen driving; second easily. Statira saved ground all the way. She caught Woodtrice at the three-sixteenths Dost and fought it oat to the finish, and was drawing away in the last few yards. Sinnemahone took the longest routs. Hleaway was hustled all the way, bat could never get op. Scratched (15813) Profit, 104. Overweights Recovery, 2 pounds. btatira, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Woodtrice, place, 1 to 2; show, out. Hieaway, place, 3 to 5; thuw, out. X58H8 THIRD RACE 1 1-16 Miles. Purse 150. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horiea A Wt Bt K ft X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O ' 15826 ROUT. BONNER 5 103 2 li 1H 12 12 13 Aker J K Hand 5 6 Si 6 15730 DaD STEELE 4 97 5 2U 22 23 21 2i Forehand EMcCord 4 6 4 6 (15791)GRANBY 3 95 7 7 7 5" 65 3 May W D Stringer 12 15 12 15 157542CHORTJS BOY 3 941 3 31 4 31 31 42 Irvin W Dickson 6 6 3 3 158452LIEW ANNA 5 104 1 61 51 4 43 56 Castro J W Hatsell 2 11-52 11-5 158733MU3KET 3 101 4 41 6 7 6 68 Fox C H Elke 4 6 4 6 158723HAS1PDEN 4 1021 6 51 3U 6 7 7 Frost W M Wallace 3 4 3 4 Time, 261, 53, 1:20, 1:471, 1:55. Winner Ch. g. by Rossington Belle of Nantura. Off at the first break. Start good. Won easily. Robert Bonner was in the bsst goin? all the way and ran a good race. Granby finished strongly. Liew Auna got off all tangled up and was eased up at the end. Hampden sulked. Dad Steele ran hiaracs. Caorus Boy labored In the going. Scratched 158462 Bonnie lone, 103; 158722Kittie Regent, 95; 158293 Chonit a, 85. Overweights Robert Bonner, 21 pounds; Chorus Boy, 31 ; Hamnden, 21. Robert Bonner, place. 2t to 1; show, evens. Dad Steele, place, 21 to 1; show, evens. Granby, place, 6 to 1; show, 2 10 1. Choras Boy, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Liew Anna, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Hampden, place, 8 to 5; show. 4 to 5. FOURTH KACJS 3-4 Mile. Purse J150. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. " Ind Horses A Wt St K ft X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 158463ANN. LAURETTA 4 102 2 2 2 2 1H Irvin H L Johnson 1 7FT T" (15830)JOHN BOONE 6 115 1 11 HI 11 211 Aker J R Bagley 3-2 2 3-2 2 157523NOBLEMAN 3 105 7 63 5 43 32 Fox SOppenheimer 10 15 10 15 158703J'NY WILLIAMS 4 105 4 41 4 31 4 Frost H Warner 5 6 5 6 15873 ADOWA 5 107 3 3" 31 5 5 Thompson Mrs M Mack 5 6 5 6 15548 VIOLA K. 3 102 5 53 66 62 6a Forehand A Brown & Co 6 6 6 6 15844 SPRINGTIME 8 102 6 7 7 7 7 K Harris E F Smith 15 30 15 30 Time, 25,511,1:191. Winner B. f, by Empsror Sif. Off at the first break. Btartgood. Won easily; second the same. Annie Lauretta went to the front when ready. She was going away in the laBt eighth. Joan Baone was tiriag at the end. Nobleman made up much ground. He finished Btrongly. Adowa stopped to a walk. Viola K. uid not run hurraed. Scratched (15844) Jennie. 102. Annio Lauretta, place, 3 to 5; show, out. John Boone, place, 7 to 10; show, out. Nobleman, place, 6 to 1; show, 2 to 1. X5HO FIFAH aAUiii 7-8 0ile. Purse 5150. 3-year-olas and upward. Selling. Ind Hoises A Wt 8t M K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 15755 EuaY MORN 3 94 8 1 HI 13 12 12 Foronana F Brohns 5 6 5 6 15873 BHOWN VAIL 3 103 3 71 63 53 21 23 J Waldo W E Brasfield 4 5 4 5 (15765) CAN I SEE 'EM 4 106 7 53 41 4 41 31 Frost M E Frost 4 5 4 4 15872 DOM8IE 4 104 2 8 71 611 63 411 Fox W Clark 15 20 15 20 15725 bIM W. 6 110 4 3" 31 3 51 5" Aker C McCafferty 21 3 21 3 (1826)QUAVER 5 107 1 21 22 2 3a 6 Castro Strobal & Miller 16-5 16-5 15593 t-ADRONE 4 102 5 4" 51 7 7 7 Frazee W Dickson 30 30 30 30 15569 MISS FLORIDE 4 951 6 . 62 8 8 8 8 Ball O'BrienfcVVernert50 60 50 60 Time, 251, 511,1:19,1:34. Winner Ch. f,by Prosper Peggy O' Moore. Post 8 minutes. Start fair. Won easily ; Becond the same. Rosy Morn broke from behind and made a runaway race of it. She raced Quaver out in the first half. The latter tired badly Brown Vail ran a good race after getting cut off at the start. Tiie going did not suit Sim W. Scratched (l5829)Sallie Lamar. 104; 158742dhieldbearer, 102; 15872 Bill Powell, 99. Overweights Miss Florida, 11 pounds. Rosy Morn, piace, 2 to 1; show, evens Brown Vail, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Can I See 'Em, place, 3 to 2; show, 3 to 5. Sim W., place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Quaver, place, 1 to 2: show, out. M Page  Annual Meeting, 1899 ANNUAL MEETING, 1899. OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR. W. F. Schulte, President. Address, Louisville, Ky. James Howard, Vice-President. Address, Chicago, 111. O. L. Bradley, Treasurer. Address, Lexington, Ky. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Address, Covington, Ky. J. B. Dillon, Assistant Secretary. New member elected The Western Turf Association of South San Francisco, Cal. By-Law XVI changed so as to provide for an assistant secretary. By-Law XIX changed by adding the words "through the secretary" after the word "Congress" in seventh line. Rule No. 6 was stricken out. Rule No. 17 was changed to read as follows : The colors selected by owners must be registered with the Secretary of the Congress and when thus registered shall not be used by others except in case of death or after five years' withdrawal from the turf. Any owner racing in colors not registered shall be fined. A fee of $1.00 shall be charged for registering and the Secretary shall issue a certificate of registration. In case of conflicting claims those now registered with the Secretary shall have prior claim. A list of colors that have been registered shall be furnished each member by the Secretary of the Congress and shall be posted in the office of the Clerk of the Scales. Rule 18 Every person or horse expelled or ruled off by any reputable running association, or by the American or the National Trotting Association, shall stand ruled off the courses of the members of this Congress during the continuance of such expulsion. Any Association that shall knowingly allow any ruled-off or expelled person or horse to participate in its racing shall be outlawed. Rule 27 Any owner, trainer, jockey or horse, that shall in any way participate in racing under injunction proceedings, or any owner, trainor or jockey that shall attempt to nullify by legal process the rulings of officials in case of fraud shall be barred from all privileges of the tracks of this Congress. This rule to take effect from date of passage. Rule 95 Declarations in purse races must be made by the owner, trainer or other person deputed by him, to the Secretary or his assistant by 12 o'clock (noon) of the day of the race, or at such other time as he may appoint. When a party having more than ome horse entered in a purse, shall declare one out, he thereby declares all out, but this rule shall not apply to handicaps. Declarations in purse races must bo accompanied by five (5) per cent, of the first money. In purse races with more than eight entries, owners can declare out to that number free of charge, the right to declare free being determined by lot, as occasion may require. All declaration fees in purse races shall go ; 60 per cent, to second horse and 40 per cent, to third horse. In case one horse distances the field in heat races, all entrance and declaration money must go with tho purso. Rule 105 No jockey, except when riding for his contract employer, shall be weighed out for any race unless there has beou deposited for him with the Clerk of the Scales the fee for a losing mount in that race, and the Clerk of the Sc'ales shall keep the accounts for the jockeys, pay over to them the money collected, unless he has notice to the contrary, and for his services shall receive two per cent, of the amount collected. The failure to deposit this fee for the jockey engaged for any horse shall declare it out of the race. Rule 157 Stricken out. Rule 160 In soiling races the horse's engagements are included if the horse is bought or claimed. Rule 172 Owners and trainers employing riders, grooms or attendants shall make their contracts in writing, properly signed and witnessed, whenever the time covered by the contract exceeds thirty days. Any person who shall entice or attempt to entice away from an employer, a rider, groom or attendant who is under contract, may be fined or ruled oil. No contract shall be binding under these rules, the provisions of which give an employer any interest whatever in the earnings of a jockey, and the License Committee shall grant no license to jockeys bound by such contracts. Any employer or jockey misrepresenting the terms of any contract shall be ruled off. - In the absence of written agreement the engagement of a jockey, groom or attendant terminates with the last day of each month. If a jockey, groom or attendant be prevented from riding or service by suspension for fraudulent practices or other misconduct, any person.who has retained or employed him may cancel the contract or retainer. In like cases, if any owner or trainer be prevented from running or training by suspension for fraudulent practices or other misconduct, the rider, groom or attendant may cancel the contract or retainer. Rule 17& Jockey fee is fixed at $25. Rule 178 If a jockey engaged for a certain race, or for a specified time, refuses to fulfill an engagement, the Judges shall fine or suspend him. Rule 19 Steeplechases stricken out. 'It is a duplicate. The following new Rule was adopted: No person against whom there are outstanding forfeit orders or other arrears issued by members of the Congress shall receive a trainer's or jockey's license until the same are paid. The following new Rule was passed: Any person who shall enter or run a horse or allow a horse to be entered in a selling race while any claim is held against such horse, either as a bill of sale, chattel mortgage or lien of any nature, by anyone, without making the fact known at the time of entry shall be considered guilty of fraud and shall immediately be ruled off by the Judges, and any and all persons claiming title or ownership of any horse after such horse has run in the name of another person, having peaceable and undisturbed possession of same, shall be considered guilty of fraud and bo ruled off by the operation of this rule. This rule to take effect immediately. Messrs. Tarlton, Fowler and Hopper were appointed committee to edit rules. The name of the Chicago Racing Association . was changed on the records to the Chicago Jockey Club. L. D. Hall, James Arthur and J. R. Hand, who participated in racing at Woodstock, 111., run contrary to American Racing Rules, were reinstated. The horses, Barrier and Ramona, were refused reinstatement. The mare Maxine, formerly Fleur de Lis, whose name was changed East to conform to their registration rule, was permitted to run under the name of Maxine on Congress tracks. The following resolution was adopted : Inasmuch as the fund of the Turf Congress has accumulated beyond all possible future necessities, and as the fixed revenues are ample for annual expenses, Resolved, That the Congress appropriate to each of its members the sum of ' $1,000, or as much thereof as the different clubs may designate, to which a like amount shall be i added by each club, to be known as the Turf : Congress Sweepstakes of 1900, and to be run in . one or more stakes as each club may provide. Of the sum appropriated one-half shall be paid to the trainers and jockeys of the three placed . horses, as follows : Forty per cent., 20 per cent, and 10 per cent, to the trainers of tho first, second and third horses respectively, and 15 per cent., 10 per cent, and 5 per cent, respectively to i the jockeys riding them. And when any Association shall show to the satisfaction of the 1 Secretary of tho Congress that tho above stake ' has been given and that its conditions have 1 been complied with in full, he shall authorize 1 the Treasurer of the Congress to pay over to 1 each one complying the requisite amounts. The time for forfeiture of membership on account of not giving a meeting within the year was extended to September 1, 1900. The registration rule was amended so as to 1 conform to the rule governing the Stud Book, i except that portion of tho Stud Book rule relating to the naming of foals. The old naming : rule still stands. The American Turf Congress: American Turf Congress Members THE flHtzRIOTN. TURP CONGRESS. President W. F. Schulte, Louisville, Ky. Viob-Pbesident James Howard, Chicago, 111. Tbbabubeb O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary E. C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. Assistant Secretary John Dillon, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS MEMBERS. Kentucky Association, of Lexington, Ky. New Louisville Jockey Club, of Louisville, Ky. Latonia Jockey Club, of Covington, Ky. St. Louis Jockey Club, of St. Louis, Mo. Tennessee Breeders Association, of Nashville, Tenn. New Memphis Jockey Club, of Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas Jockey Club, of Little Rock, Ark. Cincinnati Live Stock and Driving Park Co., of Cincinnati, O. New Louisiana Jockey Club, of New Orleans, La. Pacific Coast Jockey Club, of San Francisco, Cal. Queen City Jockey Club, of Newport, Ky. Washington Park Club, of Chicago, HI. Highland Park Club, of Detroit, Mich. Harlem Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Chicago Jockey Club, of Chicago, HI. " 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. Jab. 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. Allertoi Second Vice-President Henry J. Maofar-land. Third Vice-President Charles D. Hamill, Fourth Vice-President George E. P. Dodgb Treasurer John R. Walsh. Secretary James Howard. Wellington Hotel, Chicago, 111 Racing Stewards D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee George Henry Wheeler, Samuel W. Allerton, Henry J. Macfarland, Charles D. Hamill, Georgo E. P. Dodge, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Guatavua A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings, J. Henry Norton. The first six are ex-ofHcio 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 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. 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 Sheridan Clark. Assistant Secretary Roger Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Kj NEW .LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President W. F. Schulte. Vice-President W. E. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger. Secretary Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Kj PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President S. N. Andboub. Vice-President Henry J. Crocker Secretary F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal WESTERN TURF ASSOCIATION. President W. J. Martjn. Vice-President Chas. F. Gardner. Secretary F. H. Green, Parlor A, Palace Hotel, 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 Edwabd C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. President Col. M. M. Young. Secretary C. F. MoMeekin. Lexington, Ky. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. M. Apperson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. Little Rock, Ark. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter Richard Dwyer. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge James H. Rees. Starter Richard Dwyee. Secretary Harry Kuhl. Room 403 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, HI. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President V. L. Kirkman. Secretary J. W. Russwurm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Directors May Overton, Andrew Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, J. W. Russwurm. The "Ruled off" List THE "RULED OFF" LIST. 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, by Glenelg 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. Holden, 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 Madie. DETROIT 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 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 Little 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 Eberlee 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, owner and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Riuhcreek, trainor, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. 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. 124-136 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, IIL. Editor, F. H. Brunell. CHICAGO, ILL., NOVEMBER 25, 1899. Record. VOL. I. SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY, NOYEMBER 25, 1899. 48. Official Notice OFFICIAL NOTICE. Covington, Ky., July 11, 1899. Tho Harlem Jockey Club has notified me that the entry of the horse Kriss Kringle, on account of extreme inconsistency in racing, has been refused. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Page  DAILY R4CIN& FORI AND THE AMSRiOiH IDHF 0QBGRE3S RECORD. IBBUEI) 3VERY DAY. ! OIFIOIAIi OSQAW OF HS AHEEICAN TUBF CONSBE39, 3AHLY SACINQ FOTiM PUBLISHING CO. L daily reflection ci ilia American Turf by lelsgraph. Editor and Peopmetob, F. H. Beunell. Associate Editok, Clinton C. Biley. Secretary, Mrs. F. E. Beunell. 7SH26 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. COPYRIGHTED. 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McSweeney, Palmer House, AT BUFFALO, N. Y. : New Tiff t House. AT INDIANAPOLIS. IND.: J. Douglass, 17 Illinois Street, CHICAGO, ILL., NOVEMBEB 25, 1899. Oakland Form OAKLAND FORM. Oakland, Cal., November 24. The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is : First Bace El 8alado, Be Happy, Osculation. Becond Bace Dunblane, Bachael C, Mandamus. Third Bace Yellow Tail, Floridan, Silver Tail. Fourth Race Satsuma, Morinel, Zoroaster. Fifth Bace Casdale, Ballista, Bio Chico. Sixth Bace Etta H Becreation, Sybaris. A Great Sale A GREAT SALE. ! Two hundred and fifty yearlings, the products of some of the most promineut farms in America, including a number of brothers and Fiaters to the best stake winners, one hundred horses in training, such bb Anna Bain (the best two-ytar-old Oily of the year). Serrano (th9 b9st horse in the west), Uosigntlv (twelve races), the sensational horse Kriss Kringle, winner of twenty-four races, Merito (a very good one), and the firs t-ciaes Algol, W.Overton, Charley CiriBty, Wilson, Presbyterian, Streamor, Aberdale, Tha Bush, Yoloco. Schnell-lanfer, Dick Furber, Edin-borongb. Benadier. Sarilla, Deanston, Tulana, Major Manur, High Degree, Wiedemann, Zonae, Mr. Brown, Lightning Express, Fairy Dell, Caviar. Bomanoff, Joo Grady, Mbjido M. M., . Schoppen, Miss Gassie, Prince Seal. Martin Dake, etc., eta., together with 200 stallions, brood mares and Kemlings, including- the Eires and dams cf many of America's greatest race horses, all told toe most valuable collection ever offered at one tirn ', will be sold by Messrs. Woodard & Shanklin at Lexington, Ky., November 27 to December 2, a ad you can get a catalog of sale by addressing the above firm at Lexington. Washington Entries WASHINGTON ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear ; track good. First Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-oidB and upward. Soiling. Ind HorBee Age Wt. Hdcu. 15735 Glonoino 4 109 660 13539 Cemotop 3.. ..104 650 158483 Vertigo 3.... 104 705 15847 Lexiuston Pirat? 5.. ..103 710 15541 Dan Bice 4.... 103 72" (15469)The Pride 3. ...101 720 1E855 Carlotta C 5.... 100 715 15881 Domineer 3 s8 670 15850 St. Lorenzo 3.... 93 685 15865 Dr. Parker 3.... 93 690 15775 Prince Florist 4 97 680 15881 Goel Runner 3.... 95 710 158352 Holdup 3.... 62 705 15S652Kilt 4.... 92 700 15852 Diva.i 3.... 92 675 S.coud Rir 3.4 Mile. 2-year-oldti. Maidens. Allowances. 15819 Warrenwood 110 670 1524 La Vega 110 700 tf8t92Qrandeur 110 690 1 slH Silver Maple 110 665 18 9 Matt Simpson 110 660 1 -b2i Thermos 110 675 15703 Hermencia 110 655 1 5823Eisie Skip 107 685 15822 Lofter 107 650 Third Race About 4 Miles. Hunters' Champion Steeplechase. 4-year-olds and upward. fDaybreak 4. ...181 (14819 jBighbee 6. ...178 690 15S01$Liffy 5.. ..173 670 15241Nestor 4.. ..173 665 11433H Frosty 4.... 172 655 8533QaickBilver 8. ...170 660 14172 Red Hackle 5 .... 165 700 97402 OeGarnette 9.... 163 685 52532TAthlete 8.... 163 680 11744Diver 4. ...162 675 15857ftOchiltree 4.. ..157 650 tMeadowbrook Hunt entry. Radnor Hnnt entry. Genesee Valley entry. IIBalston Hnnt entry. IfPiedmont Hunt entry. First series. Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. (15851) Sidney Lucas 126 720 lE8512Hfgerdou 116 710 158682 thirst Whip 116 700 (15800) Kitchener 115 705 (15868) Royal Sterling 114 725 (15653) Carbuncle Ill 715 (15834) Golden Rattle 109 700 (15866)James 107 710 ( 15774) Fluko 106 690 15868 Magic Light 102 705 158513 Allaire 97 675 Fifth Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards. Alleges. Allowances. (15852) Kinnikinnick 5....110 730 155182Trillo 4. ...110 735 (15850)Brisk 6.. ..107 725 157773Charontus 4 107 72C 155662Rafaello 3.... 103 750 (15869) Dnke of Middleburg.. 3.. ..105 740 Sixth Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward, Handicap, (1576l)Warrenton 4... .126 710 157773Charentns 4. ...112 705 (15835) Onr Ntllie 3... .103 700 l8353BaLgor 3.... 105 715 158522Beau Ideal 6....1C0 725 158503Weller 3.... 98 715 11883 The Gardener 3.... 96 710 158693 Si.urs 3 92 720 15883 Sir Hubert 3.... 84 700 Birmingham Entries BIRMINGHAM ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track slow. First Race 5-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Ia3. Horses. Aura. Wgt. Hdcs. 15681 C"rlis 4...;109 695 (158S9)Aunio Lauretta 4....109 685 15873 Annt Miry 5.. ..109 665 15476 King Elk wood 6 ...104 660 1589 Johnny Williams 4.. ..102 675 150',6 John F. Vo?t 3. ...102 650 15844 Forget Ma Not 6.... fe9 625 158162 Ronnie lone 4..,. 99 ......655 158432MtS3 Al Farrow 5.... 99 680 14670 Mggi-) Dvis 3.... 99 700 158n3Mouqnetaire 4.... 99 685 15870 In-p?ccion 4.... 99 640 Second Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. lP8872Woodtric ..115 650 15210 Alpaca 107 7C0 (15813) Protlt ..104 645 15887 rinpreme 102 625 15762 Grumble 102 635 1E8712 Honest Rnn 101 685 Annie S 98 Third Race 3-4 Mile. All ages. Maidens. Allowances. 1E870 Ben Boy 4. ...108 635 15453 Nellie McDonald 4.... 105 625 15177 Doxie 4.... 105 640 15844 Tom Peden 4.. ..105 685 15872 Radiant Heat 3. ...103 6C0 15870 Bic Bnck 3.. ..103 600 158893Ncbleman 3. ...103 700 14990 Little Jeas 3.. ..100 650 15828 Jim Lick 3.. ..100 675 14839 Emma Smith 3. ...100 650 15886 Pilgrim II 3. ...100 660 K8l03Eyea of Blue 2.... 86 690 Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. SeUing, (15811)San Dnrango 4. ...113 7C0 158892John Boone 6.. ..109 685 (15873)Junaetta 3.. ..104 670 (15870) Warran Point . 6.. ..103 ......670 15889 Adowa 5.. ..103 6S0 158742Shieldb3arer 7.. ..102 680 (15814) Jennie 3.... 98 640 15846 Frank Fellows 3.... 9:- 670 15873 Prince of Wales 3.... 98 675 Fifth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 158903Can I See 'Em 5. ...110 665 (15829)Sallie Lamar 6. ...106 670 15874 Joe Bell 5.. ..106 700 (15843)Ocie Brooks 3.. ..101 680 15889 Springtime 8.... 98 650 157653Pete Kitchen 6.... 98 645 15843 High Noon 6 ... 98 675 158722Kittie Rpgent 3.... 97 680 15S88 Chorus Boy . 3.... 94 670 OCTOBER AND OTHER I'OKM BOOKS. October books of Form Charts in paper and leather covers are on sale. They contain all the Form Charts of all tracks from October 1 to October 31 inclusive. Pric , paper cover, $1 ; ' soft morocco, $1-50. The editions of both are limited. There are five morocco-coverod volumes of charts from January 1 to June 30 inclusive on sale at $10. AT BI RV1IN JH An TODAY Onr g od thi-'g will ran. Onr rppreaentstive wire? us that it PJlWirp T AQtf ana the odds wi 1 be 10 to 1 wnil 1 LUOD Qr better. We also havo a couDle of CHOICE ONES at BEN-NINGS and OAKLAND at GOOD ODD9. $1.00 PES DAY....JI OO Chicago Turf Advisory Co., Room 707. 235 Dearborn St.. Ohlnnen. 1 II. Five Straight Winners At Washington yesterday: LINDULA, BERMUD HUNDRED, ALT HE A, BOBEBT MSTCALF and GOLDEN LINK. Everybody get our sslections for Saturday at Oakland and at Washington, A Long Shot That Will Win at Oakland flonday. We Will Have It. Opening ('ay at Naw Orleans Thanksgiving Day. We know a good thiaar that will be at long price in the jumping race. $5.00 PER W KEK. American Horsemen's Agency, 516, 1B7 Dearborn Street. 10 TO 1 AT OAKLAND At Oakland today we will givt our patrons a 10 to 1 chance. This good thing diract from onr special representative stI ic mist positively figure away ths best AND IV DO S3. Including the information and the handicap ic really looks like one of tbo bist thiugi that we have given to the public. Out of oar last ten advertised good things SEVEN hava delivered the goods. This is a PHENOMENAL BKCORD and can only he duplicated bv n. Information on BENNINGS, BIRMINGHAM AND OAKLAND daily. Tolegraphed at 9 a. m. Cards at 9 a.m. Terms $1.00 DAILY. $4.00 WEEKLY. Race Track Information Bareau, Suite 500, 325 Dearborn St.. Chicago, XII. $1.00-A Good Tiring for Today-$1.00 Do You Want It? WELL! It will be as good as 6 to 1, AND IF YOU PUT YOUR MONEY DOWN YOU ARE GOING TO CASH. Remember onr price is $2.50 per:day, but to show the public what good information we get we will sell you this good thing, BESIDES OTHERS in our handicap sheet, that you cannot afford to miss, for $1.00. Next week our regular price will be maintained, $2 50 per day or $10.00 for 6 days' selections, in advance. The National Turf Investment Co., Suite 005, 187 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Goodwin's 1QTH OFFICIAL I 53 I iTl Turf Guide YEAR. MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER, A VALUABLE ADDITION MADE. A Form Table to Each Eveat which shows exact position of every horn which was either lBt, 2d, 3d or 4th at each quarter pole, also positions at Btart. Important notes added when required. Event! reported from, all parts of the country and Canada. Issued the 1st and 15th of evary month. PRICE 60 CTS EACH For tale at ell principal hotels, newsstands, racetracks and publishers' offics, GOODWIN BROS., 1,440.BKOADWAY, NEW YOBS. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATK8 OF 1899. Oakland, Cal., September 23 Birmingham, Ala November 730 Washington. D. C. (Beuniugs) . November 11 33 New Orleans, La Nov. 30 Washington Form WASHINGTON FORM. Washington, D C, November 24. The form of Saturday's Washington Holds is : First Bace Dan Bice, The Pride, Carlotta C. Second Race La Vega, Grandeur, Elsie Skip. Third Bace Badnor Hunt Club entry, Genesee Valley entry. Da Garnette. Fourth Baca Boyal Sterling, Sidney Lucas, Carbuncle. Fifth Bace Bafaello, Duke of Middleburg, Trillo. Sixth Eace Beau Ideal, Spurs, Weller. Brimingham Form BIRMINGHAM FORM. Bieminoham, A&A., November 24. The form of Saturday's Birmingham Melds is: First Eace Maggie Davis, Coralis, Annie Lanretta. Second Bace Alpaca, Honest Ran, Wood-trice. Third Bace Nobleman, Eyes of Blue, Tom PeJen. Fourth Bace San Dnrango, John Bone, Shield b earer. Fifth Eace Joe Bll, Ocie Brooks, Kittie Regent. Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. First Race 5-8 Mile. 4-year-olds. Selling. Ind. Horses Age, Wt, Hdcs. 15861 Miss Soak 109 690 15876 Wild Het 109 700 15582 Osculation 109 715 15855 Torsida 109 710 12029 El Salado 109 725 15805 Be Happy 109 720 Second Race 7-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. SeBing. (14832)Dunblane 110 725 158362 Mandamus 105 715 (15836) Bachael C 105 720 158363 Jolly Briton 105 705 155013Ailonna 105 710 15863 Expedient 105 705 15850 Hattie Fox 100 690 15839 Sisqnoc .100 700 15815 Loyta 100 675 Third Race Futurity CourBe. (170 feet loss than 3-4 mile.) 2-year-olds. Allowances. 15232) Yellow Tail 113 725 145692Tarhill 113 715 158393Bamboulia... 113 710 15839 The Echo 110 705 (I5839)3ilver Tail 110 7.5 (lE8t5)Floridin 110 7:0 15783 Racetto ...110 69J ADjou 103 15815 Bardock 103 695 15815 Frank Kubry 101 675 15741 Tizona 98 685 15815 Herculean 98 700 Fourth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-oldB and upward. Allowances. (15858) 3atsuma 7. ...107 750 (15840) Morinel 4.. ..104 740 (15807)Z3roister 3. ...100 .......735 Fifth Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. (l4861)D3flance ....112 665 (158l7)CaBdale 112 700 lE8762Yaruba 112 685 15841 Faversham II 110 670 15855 Sylvan Lass 107 650 15855 Kootenai 107 675 15880 Rio Chico i 107 685 15862 Lavator 107 675 15841 Anchored 107 655 158312Balliata 107 630 Sixth Race-3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward Selling. 1541C2Recreation 4.. ..110 720 (15460)EtU H 5.. ..110 725 15715 Ynle 4.... 108 705 157882TalIamore 4 .... 107 710 ( 15816) Sybari 4.... 107 715 15484 Skirmish 4.... 107 690 15718 I Don't Kno w 10....10J 700 15819 Novia 4.. ..102 705 1550C3Merry Boy 5.... 102 700 15880 Mamie G 6 ... 99 715 15772 Don Lnis 4 ... 93 710 15746 Aln milium 4 ... 99 b95 Page  List of Licensed Jockeys LIST OP LICENSED JOCKEYS. The following named persons have been , granted Jockey licenses for the year 1899: A. Adams, Joseph, Aker, Charles, U. Burris, C. N., Ball, Frank, Bedenbonder, Ed., Broschart, Joseph, Butler, Henry, Bradford, J. Jr., Brendle, John, Bisping. T., Brown. Lee, Burns, Robert, Burrell, Peter, Barnes, V., Ballinger, Avery, Britton. T. M., Booker, Charles, Bloss, YU 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., Connolly, James, Conley, Jesse, Cassidy, Roy, Caywood, W., . ' i : . . i 1 ' 1 1 1 1 i : , 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. R., Dunn, M.j Dupee-James, Dingley, W. P., Dean, W., Daly, J., DuganJohn, Doane, F. S., Daily, Frank, Dovin, F E. Everett, J. H., Easloy, Tom, Ellison, George, Ellis, E., Eggerson, Arthur, F. Franklin, R., Freeman, J. H., Fogg, Ira, Frazee.J. A., Frost, W Flick, Robert, Foucon, E., Frawley, George, Flick, G. F Givens, Frank, Gormley, James, Givens, Fred, Graham, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Gisbourne, F Gray, L., Gray, C. R., Guitiers, M., Gatewood, John, Gordon, J., Glover, Thomas F., Grantland, Henderson, W. Gleason, H. Hogan, W., Hall, Louis, Harris, Kente, Hart, Jesse, Hayes, Hugh, Howell, Hugh, Hill, l'., Hill, J., Harris, J., Hill, Nathan, Hicks, John, Hiram, Frank, Honson, Sam, Hamilton, Anthony, Higgins, J. J., Hennessy, Michael, Harshberger, J. W Higgins, E. T., Hothersall, J. W., Holden, George, Henry, David, Hahn, J.. Hoyt, L. G., Houck-Charles, Hendricks, E. C, Head, Richard, Huffman, J. W., Harrington, Daniel, Hinkey, F. T., Hicks, Jasper, Hopkins, Michael, Hanna, Robert, Hall, M., Huston, F., Holmes, W., Irvin, J. H., Irven, J. E J. Jones, Willie, Johnson, C, Johnson, S., Jordan, Philip, James, Elmer, Jackson, Lee, Jones, Eddie, Jenkins, Clem, Jones, R. D., K. Enapp, B., Kane, Tony, Keenan, Joseph, Kendrick, W., Kidd, Charles, Kelly, J., KitleyT., Kuhn, Charles, Kiley, Walter, Kerin, Joseph, Kelly, Michael, Kenney, Mike', Knight, T., Kelly, A., L. Loullier,J., Lew, Charles, Landry, F., Lamley, John, Lawless, Frank, Lendrum, B. G., Lines, C, Lynch, John, Littlefield, F., Lenhart, Charles, Lowe, C. M., Livermore, Joseph, Lambertson, S. M., Lloyd, E., M. Martin, W. H., Morgan, Kelly, Murphy, Tim, Mattier, Louis, Macklin, C, Maher, Daniel, Mason, R. J., Myers, James, Michaels, M Mitchell, C, Moody, Thomas, Mooney, W., Morris, William, Murphy, T., McCafferty,J. J., McCann, James, McKinney, Thomas, McKoand, Elmer, McLouden. 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, O., Morse, Q. E., McQuade, John, Mclntyre, C. J., Morrison, John, McClusky, G. A., Morris, Emanuel, Morrissey, Daniel, McHugh, T., Mills, Willie, Mounce, O., Meagher, P., N. Narvaez, 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, S., Porretto, Albert, Porter, V., Powers, Thomas, Powell, I., Piggott, Joseph, Paget, R., Power, James, Quinn, Jo, B. Rutter, Frank, Rebo, R. My Rietz, Alexander, Rigby, W. J., Rigby, B., Ross, E., Reiff, J Romero, Rafael, Rymal,Harry, Royce, Everett, Riloy, C. R., Rose. L., Rold, Othy, Roullier, O, Rauch, J., Rathbone, R. R., Ray, N., Robinson, Charles, Richards, Charles, Robertson, E., S. Shaw, William, Stewart, W., Silvers, B. Shore, W. A., Shannon, Mike, Sheror, Edward, Sweeney, W. H., Scovill, F., Sutherland, H., Seaton, Hozekiah, Slack, John. Songer, A., Southard,Edward, Stevens, G., Shepard, B., Sloan, Cass., Spencer, Henry, Shields, John, Scherrer, Joseph, Shields, Henry, Stimpson, Earl, Snider, George, Smith,. Raymond, Shoppard, Raymond, Schmitz, L., Strode, J. M., Stock well, H. M., Stanhope, Frank, Salurde, Sam. See, William W., 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., Trotter, Virgil, Tnmletts, Thomas, Thompson, P., Tompkins, Nathan, U. Utter, L. M., V. Vandusen, Charles, Vitatoe, Henry, Van Camp, Q., W. Wilkins, John, Weddorstrand, C, Walker, T. J., Winkfield, King, Wooster, Allie, Weaver, Charles, Washington, William, Washbore, A. H., Williams, Harry, Ward. H. ' Watson, William, Woods, J., Williams, W., Weber, JL, Wood, William, Wilson, William, Whitlock, Fred, Y. Young, Joseph, To ride for his stable only. E. C. Hoppek, 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. Bums, 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. Hoppeb, Secretary. Covington. Kt., 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. Davis and O. A. Arthur, trainer, and H. L. Wasson, agent, account. Little I Am ringing case. 1898 The following jockeys were indefinitely suspended : A. Warren, C. Clay, Tip Leigh. J. Snell, 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. Hoppeb, 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 loft 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 ; 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 bo refused : The Dauphin, Robert Bonner, Einer, Hardly and Uarda. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Augusts, 1899. Tho following jockey licenses have been revoked by tho License Committeo on recommendation of tho judges of tho Chicago Jockey Club, viz.: T. Butter, Charles Melton, T. McNickle. E. C. Hoppek. Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 16, 1899. I havo received notice of tho following rulings by the St. Louis Fair Association: W. L. Cassidy, ruled off. Charles Houck, jockey, ruled off. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 22, 1899. The Chicago Jockoy Club notifies mo of the following rulings : Jockey T. Bisping, indefinitely suspended. Wood Hoffman, owner, lined $100 and his stable suspended for hirty days for misrep e-sentation in Dully license case. The License Committoo has revoked Biaping's license on the recommendation of the judges of said Jockoy Club. E. C. Hopper, Secretary Covington, Ky., August 25, 1899 The Harlem Jockey Club notifies mo of the ruling off of Jockoy Jesse Everett for purposelj riding to lose Lord Zeni. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Sopt. 7, 1899. Tho Chicago Racing Association has raised tho suspension of Jockey A. Eggorson. JS. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., September 14, 1899. W, K. Duffy's trainers license has been revoked by tho committee. Tho Chicago Jockey Club has removed the suspension against jockoy J. McDonald. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., September 10. 1899. Tho following persons havo been ruled off by the Chicago Jockey Club: Jockeys E. Royce and W. Nutt. E. C. Hoppeb, Secretary. Covington, Ky., September 25, 1899., The following are recent rulings of the Chicago Jockey Clubnow in force : John R. Bock-ley's trainer's license revoked; D. J. Leary, trainer, ruled off. E. C. Hoppeb, Secretary. Covington, Ky.. September 28, 1899. During tho mooting of tno Turf Congress I received the following from different members : HIGHLAND PARK CLUB. John J. Ryan and Herbert Speers ruled off for ringing Caroline K. Horse Midlo, by Midlothian Electric Light, ruled off. T. Walker, jockey, suspended and revocation of license recommended. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Horso Tulano's entry refused for inconsistent racing. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. W. Beauchamp, jockoy, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. I havo just received tho following rulings from the Crescent City Jockey Club: C. Combs, jockey, suspended indefinitely from all privileges. E. James, jockey, suspendod indefinitely, for foul riding. R. Troxler, jockey, ruled off. . J. Troxler, agent, suspended from all privileges indefinitei.-. M. Dunn, jockey, suspended indefinitely. All of these occurred in 1899. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., October 4, 1899. The application of J. McDonald for jockey license has been refused. E. C. HoppeS, Secretary. , Covington, October 19, 1899. Notico of tho following rulings has been received from the Chicago Jockey Club : Jockey N. Hill, suspended until January 1, 1900. Jockey and trainer, N. Ray, suspended indefinitely and license revoked by Committee, on recommendation of judges. Jockey J. Dugan, ruled off. Jockey George Taylor, suspended indefinitely. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, October, 19, 1899. Jockoy John Morrison, indefinitely suspended by Harlom Jockey Club has been reinstated. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Nov. 2, 1899. The Committee on Appeals has rendered the following opinions, viz : "In the case of L. H. Ezoll against the Harlem Jockey Club, we are of the opinion that Rule No. 2t5 was complied with. The rule does not contemplate that the complainant shall, in person, give notice within five days. We hold that ho may in person, by an attorney, or other authorized person, give the notice. In what more official way could he give notice than through tho Secretary of the Committeo on Appeals? Hence the claim of tho Harlem Jockey Club that Mr. Ezoll could have no standing before the committee is untenable. So far as these papers show the decision of the club that the race was no contest is erroneous, and the purse should be paid to the proper parties." Stanley Francis and John Krepper, outlaws, were reinstated by the committee. Mr. Nathanson notifies me that Fred Smith has been suspended for the inconsistent running of the horse Astor, and recommends revocation of his license as trainer. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Nov. 6, 1899. The Lakeside Jockey Club notifies me of tho following, viz : Jockey William Bloss ruled off for fraudulent riding. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., November 11, 1899. Tho California Jockey Club has notified me as follows: Trainer Rich. Williams has been indefinitely suspended and on recommendation his license revoked. Jockey J. Ward same ruling and license revoked. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., November 11, 1899. Tho following persons have been ruled off by the Queen City Jockey Club for breach of tho peace in assaulting Dan T. Murray, viz. : H. D. Brown, Ted Wolker, George Keating and Charles Keating. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. List of Licenses Refused LIST OF LICENSES REFUSED. The following named persons have been re fused Jockey licenses for the year 1899: Blake, W., A., 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 : Oppenheimer, F. Stafford, A. J., E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Appeals Decided APPEALS DECIDED. The Committee on Appeals of the American Turf Congress has rendered the following decisions in cases appealed from various members of the Turf Congress. The most important case is that affecting jockey Rose and employer W. Clancy. The decision is as follows : In the controversy between J. J. Smith and W. Clancy over the services of the boy Leo Rose, the committee rendered the following opinion: "In the case of the jockoy Lee Andrew Rose, we are of tho opinion tuat J. J. Smith is legally entitled to his services, and it is ordered that SV. Clancy be 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 tho service of J. J. Smith." At the spring meeting of tho Louisvillo Jockey Club W. Gallagher, part owner of the b. c, Patroon, 4 year-old, by Patron Madio, entered said horso in a race to be run on May 4th, and after time to declare Gallagher requested tho judges, C. F. Price and L. P. Tarlton, to excuse the horse. After an examination of the horse and being fully satisfied that he was not lame, as claimed by Gallagher, tho judges ordered Gallagher to start tho horso, Gallagher refused to do so and the judges ruled Gallagher and tho horso off. The Committee on Appeals sustained the judges. In tho controversy between F. M. Arthur and the Queen City Jockey Club over the payment of entcance fees, the committee decidodthat the Queen City Jockey Cluo was entitled to the $65 hold by the Chicago Racing Association. The case of James Robinson, who was ruled off last winter by the Crescent City Jockey Club, was referred back to said club for action. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1899. Newport, Ky Oct. 30 Nov. 18 Tanforan Park (Cal.) Nov. 4 Page  Racing Form's Selections RACING FORM'S SELECTIONS. Daily Racing Form has no private information. It seeks none. Its calculations over the horses as they are grouped daily at various racetrackB are purely those of general performance and ability as shown by the records and the application and knowledge of its editors and the reports of its correspondents. These calculations are printed daily. Nothing is hidden. All that the staff of the paper knows is put into type. If tho selections made nightly are sought by persons outside the daily delivery lines of the paper they will be Bent by Western Union night rate messages (collect) at $5 par track per week. Such eorvice is not solicted, but if it iB considered valuable, will be performed, THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual of 1899 is on general sale. It is a record of the turf billiards, pugiliam, trotting, pacing and all the leading lines of sport up to January 1, 1899. All the matter within its pages have been compiled and edited by experts. It prints a list of all the turf and track records (by Daily Raging Form's staff) , billiard fig-area, past and present (by John Thatcher), the fights of 1898, with comments (by George Siler) harness records to date and of the past (by John Hervey, the statistician of The Horse Review) and three handicap tables, with directions for their application and expert comment, The Manual, in paper covers, sells at 30 conti and in Bof t morocco covers at 50 cents, Washington Form Chart WASHINGTON FORM CHART. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 24. Twelfth day. Washington Jockey Club. Fall Meeting Weather clear; track good. Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, Mara Casaidy. Earing starts at 2:00 p. m. FIRST HACK 3-4 mite. $300 added. 3-year-olda and upward. Belling. Ind. Horaea. A Wt St M Vt ZA. BtrFin Jockey Owner O H Ii C 15850 LINDO LA. 3 97 7 5S 52 4a 1 Cooper P J Snllivan 6 8 6 8 1579933PARROW WING 3 98 2 31 21 2h 2b Kully RT Wilson Jr 6 8 6 8 15759 TINKLER 4 89 I 21 31 3 3 Brennan WCDbIt 5 6 5 6 157592QOAL RUNNER 3 95 5 71 61 61 4 Wolford Jamps Whitten 3 4 3 4 15825 ALVARADO II. 6 89 4 4a 41 51 5 Wpiss Ralph Black 2i 21 2 21 157593INCAN DESCENT 3 81 6 11 U 11 61 H MichaelsArthnr White 4 5 4 5 15799 UNCLE LOUIS 4 94 8 9 8 7 7 Gatfch P S P Randolph 10 '20 10 20 15847 PRINCESS INDIA. 4 98 9 8 9 8 8 Sautelle C H Mann 20 30 20 30 15773JUDGE MAGEE 3 95 12 12 U 10 9 White J Coyne 30 40 30 40 15446 HANLON 6 106 10 10 10 11 10 Poat W A Porter 40 100 40 100 15799 DOMINEER 3 98 11 11 12 12 11 Eadea E Peters 30 50 30 50 15848 VIORIS 3 89 3 61 7 9 12 Theime F J Kittleman 30 100 30 100 Omitted from entriaa. Tima, 13, 25, 31H 50. 1:17. Winner B. f, by Linden Adele. Post 5 minutes. Start f dir Won with the first five driving. Lindnla is very good and received fir handling. Alvarado II. wa bsst bat badly handled. Incandescent tired in the strotch after showing fine Epead. The riders were apprentices and their bad riding prevented a true result. 1 - Scratched 15734 Hanw'll, 97. Lindnla, place, 3 to 1; slnw. 8 to 5 Sparrow Wing, place. 3 to 1; show, 8 to 5. Tinkler, ahow, 6 to 5 Goal Runner, place, 8 to 5; show. 4 to 5. Alvarado II., place. evenB; show, 1 to 2. I FQQt) SECOND BACK 5-8 Mile. $300 aaded. 2-year-olds. Maiden fillies and JL j geldings. Allowances. Ind. Hor36B A Wt St 3j X X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C J5849J BERMUDA H'NDR'D95 3 2k 31 1h 11 O'O nnor J W Colt 3-5 3-5 9-209-20 15832 VITURIA 95 2 12 12 21 2 Michaels Weiss & Co 30 100 30 100 158122E LSI E SKIP 95 8 8 5 41 31 Dangman M F Stephenson 3 4 3 4 15732 CARASALJO 93 7 46 t 31 42 Brien F D Beard 100 100 60 60 15832 JUGGLERY 93 1 3h 2b 51 5h Ryan EJShipsey 8 12 8 12 15680 UNCLE JOSH 95 9 61 6 7 6 Clark W Oliver 20 30 20 30 15832 GOOD MORROW 95 6 7h 7 6 75 Brennan W C Daly 100 200 100 200 15291 CHERI 95 4 5 8 8 8 Beaton H T Griffin 20 20 15 15 15651 BPALDER 95 a 9 9 9 9 Weber E H Miller 40 100 40 100 ' Time, 13, 25, 51, 1:04. Winner Br. c, by Bermuda Mattie Kin ney. Post 4 minates Start good. Won driving. Bermuda Hundred had bat little left and won faacacse of O'Connor's strong finish. Vituria showed a lot of speed and riders reversed would bave won. Ebio Skip got poor handling, bat finished well. Jugglery is a bad horse. Carasaljo jran a fair rice under bad handling. Scratched 15832 Summer Girl, 95. Bermuda Hundred, place, out. Vituria, place, 30 to 1: show, 8 to 1. Elsie Skip, place, 4 to 5; show. one. -jPgg THIRD R ACE 1 1-16 Miles. $300 added. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horees A Wt Bt M Ys Btr Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 157732ALTHEA 3 9t 2 21 3H 3a li li O'Connor W Jennings 2i 3 2 3 15821 STRANGE3T 3 100 3 1 1H 1 21 25 Mclntyre T B Alexander 3 3 2 11-5 15850 PLANTAIN 4 95 1 62 5i 2 31 31 Saaton Mrs R Bradley 10 12 8 12 158232 THE GARDENER 3 100 6 5a 62 41 41 4 Cowman J F Lane 6 10 6 10 15825 TYRAN 3 86 4 41 4 61 51 51 Dangman P 8 P Randolph 8 10 8 10 158b2 8IR HUBERT 3 85 7 7 7 7 7 62 Brin F D Beard 8 8 6 6 158473LANGDON 7 105 5 31 22 5 63 7 Jenkins J J MacKessey 6 15 6 10 Time, 13, 26. 39. 52, 1:05, 1:45, 1:5256. Win-er B. f, by Atlantic or Dutch Roller Blossom. Poet 3 minutes. Start poor. Won easily. Althea was best as weighted and mnch the best landlej. Stransest about ran his race but Buffered from weak handling at the finish. Plantain sho .ved improvement bat ran as if still short. The Gardener and Langdon ran bad races. AUlna, place, evens; bIiow, 1 to 2. Strangest, place, 4 to 5; show, 2 to 5. Plantain, show, 1 to 5. FOURTH RACE 3-4 Jttlle. $300 added. 2-year-olds. Selling. pgg Ind Horaea A Wt St H i K StrFin Jockeys Ownera O H L C 15819 ROBV. METCALF 92 1 H li 12 12 Weber P S P Randolph 10 12 10 12 157583BACK TALK 89 3 2 ? 21 2i Dangman E C Taylor 21 4 21 31 158663CUPIDITY 94 5 A ' ' ' 3 O'Connor O L Richards 1 1 7-107-10 15565 WAX TAPER 101 6 M- 4 4 Mclntyre WEaston 4 6 4 6 15824 HENDRirKS 97 4 -i t f Briim T F Coles 20 70 20 70 35822 G. E WEIGHTMAN 92 2 43 5 6 aton JPMcCue 10 25 10 25 1J802 DIFFIDENCE 91 Left h - t. van E W Brofleld 100 300 100 300 Tii- rV, ii?-, y.M 1:16. Winner Ch. c, by Harry O'Fallo. Z z . Post 1 minute. Start poor, ffou sa nr. U.lv.;t Metcalf got away flying and ran a good Tace. He is an improving colt. Cnp'li is su-. much at best and appears to have gone back. Back Talk did his bast. G. E. Weighimau nii early. It was a bad lot. Scratched 15824 Jucoma, 97. Overweights Wax Taper, 4 pounds. Robert Metcalf, place, 4 to 1; show, 8 to 5. Back Talk, place, 7 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Cupidity, jplace, oat. "I Pi QQ K FIFTH RACK 1 Mile and IOO Tarda. $300 Added. 3-year-olds and up- 1 QooO ward. Maidens. Allowances. Ind Horses A.Wt St X ft X StrFin JockoyB Ownera O H L C 14724 GOLDEN LINK 3 100 6 51 41 3a 21 li O'Connor JameB Whitten 4-5 1 7-107-10 15775 BRAHMIN 3 100 1 3a 31 21 la 2a Brien F D Beard 2 2 8-5 8-5 15775 JAMES M. 3 100 7 7 63 3 52 3 Collins TEMannix&Co4 15 4 15 15831 LO WNA 3 97 4 11 13 11 33 4H W Meany A D Hampton&Co30 100 30 100 158 48T AN K A B D 3 101 2 211 2a 42 4H 5 Mclntyre W M Roberts 15 40 15 40 .15775 NAP. BONAPARTE4 103 3 41 52 6i 610 620 Corbley B Weir 20 60 20 '60 ' 9874 K03TELETZKRI 3 97 5 63 7 7 7 7 Dangman W P Bnrch 15 40 10 40 Omitted from entries. Time, 12, 26, 39, 52, 1 :0i, 1 :48, 1 :54. Winner Br. c. by Dundee Ruth. PoBt 3 minutee. Start good. Won easily. Golden Link was well handled and came away on call at the end. James M. should have been second. He closed fast under bad riding. Brahmin ran hia race. Lowna showed considerable speed but tired in the stretch. Scratched Miss Liza, 97. Overweights Naroleon Bonaparta, 3, pounda. Goloen Link, place, out. Brabmin. place, 1 to 2: show, out. James M., show, 6 to 5. Oakland Form Chart OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAI., November 24. Forty-first day. California Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. Weather clear; track alow. Presiding Jndge, Joseph A. Marphy. 8tarter, J. B. FerguBon. Racing Btarts at 2 :15 p. m. FIRST RACE 5-8 Mile. Parse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Soiling. g pj Ind Horsoa A Wt St M H Str Fin Jockeys OwnerB O H L O 15816 EARL ISLINGT'N 3 103 6 63 3a 31 is Morgan Holman & Hollis 4 4 21 21 15853 THE OFFERING 3 101 7 3 41 51 2" Songer Prospect Btable 5 7 4 7 15S42 SPRY LARK 5 114 4 41 21 2a 3a Macklin M Qninn IB 20 10 20 15816 SOMIS 3 100 1 5a 5a 41 4a Devin O I Thacker & Co 12 15 10 15 15342 AL 5 112 3 2a 11 11 52 E Jones J Kuntz 3 41 21 41 9938 FUG A 3 101 2 la 61 61 6 T Burns J N Burk 2 2 3-2 2 STORMY 3 112 10 9 8 8 75 Greenwood P Burke 15 50 15 50 11185 MIDIA 3 100 8 8 9 9 82 Henry Jones & Appleby 12 30 12 30 13431 POOKLAND3 3 100 9 10 10 10 9 J Daly M J Daly 30 40 30 40 SOLANO 4 105 5 7 7 7 10 Bullman Halford & Cory 8 10 8 10 REDWOOD 4 107 11 11 11 11 11 McCarthy James Nesbitt 30 50 30 50 Time, 131,371, l:04i. Winner B. c, by Islington Love Knot Pnst 2 tnimtes. SiartgoobV. Won easily; the next four were driving hard. Earl Islington .got off none ti o well but was much the beat and came away when given his head. The Offering finished fntt Spry Lirk quit in the last sixteenth. Bomis was not on hia stride when the barrier raised and ran n od racj. Al quit badly after running well to the last sixteenth and may have .fceon short. Futra ran well lor a quarter only and was a false favorite. j s8ratched-rl5428 Aprona, 105. , 4 s vCfrerweighta-Tha Offering, 4 pounds; n Spry Lark, 2; Fnga, 1; Redwood, 2. Earl Islington, place, evenB; show, 1 to 2. The Off ering, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Spry Lark, show, 2 to 1. Fnga, place, 4 to 5; show, 1 to 3. ygry SECOND RACE 8-4 Mtle. Parse $350. 3-Year-oldB and upward. Belling. Ind Horses AWtStM H X StrFin Jockeys Ownera O H L C 15819 MAUD FERGUS'N 3 102 1 11 11 11 13 T Burns TG Ferguson 3 5 3 5 (15781) YARUBA 3 111 8 41 32 31 22 H Shields H C AhlerB 3 5 3 5 12059 ESPIRANDO 4 103 7 21 21 21 31 J Ranch J N Bark 31 31 3 31 15856 TORIBIO 4 107 10 5 53 51 4J Thorpe W L Stanfleld 6 6 31 31 158372RICARDO 8 103 9 7 61 62 51 T Walsh S F Capps 8 15 7 15 (15768JPAT MURPHY 7 105 5 31 41 41 62 Bullman H L Jones & Co 7 8 6 8 158373 WILD HET 4 104 2 8 8 7 75 W Narvaez Neil Reed 15 25 15 25 13636 JAEL 4 107 11 11 9 9 8 J Daly M J Daly 40 100 40 100-15837 TOM CALVERT 4 103 12 12 11 10 92 Songer G Ellison 10 15 8 15 15498 JIM BROWNELL4 103 4 6a 7 8 10 Stuart J L Crooks 20 30 15 30 15498 PCRNIAH 3 103 6 10 12 11 11 Powell JAHennassy E0 150 50 150 15816 SAN AUGUSTINE S 101 3 9 10 12 12 J Woods J Webb 20 20 20 20 Time, 251, 501,1:18. Winner B. f, by Prince Royal Blue Hood. Pnstl minute. Start fair. Won easily; second the same; third driving. Maud Ferguson got off flying and was well handled throughout.. Yaruba, with an even break, would have given her a hard race. Espiraudo tired in the last farlong. Pat Murphy showed speed, but quit in the stretch. Toiibio ran a fair race. Ricardo finished well. Scratched 15856 Isabelle, 103: 15746 Aluminum, 103; 15550 Jingle Jingle, 98. Correctod weights Toribio, 107. Overwoights Yaruba, 1 pound; Pat Murphy, 2; Wild Het, 1; Purniah, 5; San Augustine, 3. Maud Ferguson, place, 2 to 1; Bhow, evens. Yaruba, place, J i to 5; show, 7 to 10. EBpirando, place, 7 to 5; show, 7 to 10. Toribio, place, 6 to 5; Bbow, 7 to 10. 1 PvQTT THIRD RACE Futurity Course. (170 feot le33 than 3-4 mile.) Purse $350. JL O O I I All Ages. Allowances. nd Horses A Wt St X K Str Fin Jockays Ownera O H L C 15817 HUMIDITY 3 114 1 11 13 11 lit Tnorpe Bnrns&Waterh'so4-5 1 4-5 1 15462 BOGUS BILL 2 99 3 51 41 21 2 T Walsh 8 F Capns 4 5 4 41 15836 DANIEL 2 93 7 42 21 31 38 J Martin Caesar Young 5 6 4 6 COLONEL ROOT 4 109 8 7 7 62 41 Morgan Marcus Daly 15 30 15 20 15853 FIERO 3 104 5 63 63 42 56 Ronger J N Burk 20 30 20 20 157863FINE SHOT 2 99 4 2a 31 51 61 Pbelan B Scnreiber 5 6 4 6 15741 CHAMPION ROSE2 95 6 82 83 85 75 Stnart True Briton Stbl 30 10 30 50 10186 BILL HOWARD 9 119 2 3a 51 71 8? Dingley W P Dingley 40 100 40 100 ALEXANDER 3 117 9 9 9 9 9 Morse M Coffey 50 100 50 100 Timo,23,47i, 1:031, 1:141. Winner Br. f, by Hindoo Calphurnia. Post 1 minute. Start fair. Won with the first two driving to the limit; third easily. Humidity got off flying and was lucky to finish first. At the weights Bogus Bill was best bat Walsh was outfintahect by Thorpe. Daniel might have been closer up. Colonel Root waa bird ridden but does not appear to amonnt to much. Bill Howard sho we i a fliah of hia old-time spead. Humidity, place, 2 to 5; show, oat. Bogus Bill, place, 3 to 2; show, 7 to 10. Daniel, Bhow. 3 to -jpgfyg FOURTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Puree $400. 3-year-olds and upward Selling. tnd Horses A Wt Bt hi K X BtrFin JockayB Ownera O H L C (15820) WHITCOMB 5 107 2 11 11 H 12 12 E Jones HERowell 31 31 31 31 158572SLY 5 104 4 2a 51 21 21 21 J Ranch H L Jones & Co 1 1 4-5 4-5 158563 DARE H. 5 97 1 41 2a 31 31 36 T Walsh W Fisher 6 8 6 8 158642RING MASTER 5 94 8 6a 61 51 51 41 Henry O Appleby 5 5 5 5 (15804)MAGNU3 4 104 3 31 31 41 42 "53 Songer True Briton Btbl 40 60 40 60 (12746)STCTTGART 3 105 7 8 8 8 61 62 Bullman B Schroiber 20 30 . 20 80 15770 P. A. FINNEGAN 4 104 6 7 7 61 7 78 T Bnrns E G McConnell 12 15 12 15 15853 TOURIST II. 3 87 5 51 4a 7 8 8 Phelnn Neil Reed 30 40 30 40 Time, 14, 40, 1 :04i, 1 :32i. Winner Ch. g, by Whitney Lion Lady. Post 12 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second handily. Whitcomb refused to break half a dozen times but ran a good race when he did start. He is at his beat now. The ride on Sly is open to question- She was under wraps for a half mile and clost up when taming for home. Whitcomb was going away from thia usually good mare at the finish. . Dare II. ran hia race. Magnus showed early epeed. Ringmaster can do better. OverweightB Ringmaster, 3 pounds. Whitcomb, place, evens; show. 1 to 2. Bly, place, 2 to 5; show, oat. Dare II., show, evens . FIFTH RACE 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt Bt H K M BtrFin Jockeys Ownera O H L 0 158383SAL'E GOODWIN 5 112 3 12 12 13 15 Songer J R Thomas 21 21 2 2 1588 8ILVER MAID 5 107 7 51 31 31 21 J Webar T'mp'n&H'g'rm'n30 40 30 30 15856 SHELLAC 4 112 6 41 21 2" 32 T Burns J J Moran 10 12 10 12 158362FLAM A WAY 3 101 4 31 41 41 42 W Narvaez E Hnbbjll 31 41 3 41 14184 MAINSTAY 7 115 1 22 52 52 53 Thorpe H L Jones & Co 7 10 5 10 158532SANTELLO 3 110 8 7 63 61 63 Carter W J Speirs 31 5 S 41 (14736) MUNSEY 3 105 10 8 8 8 7 Bullman J H Shields 12 15 12 15 15853 FLORENCE FINK 3 100 5 62 7 7 8 J Ranch S D Kee 12 15 10 15 10494 MISS DIVIDEND 4 112 9 10 9 9 9 Morse F Wattson 30 50 30 50 15688 ANNE PAGE 3 107 2 9 10 10 10 Powell L Franklin 10 15 10 15 Time, 13i, 371,1:011. Winner Ch. m, by Coloma Victoria. Post 10 minutes. Start good. Won easily; the next two were driving. Bailie Goodwin liked the distance and going and romped in. Bilver Maid finished strongly but swerved in the last sixteenth. Shellac stopped and cams again at the pnd. Mainstay showed a great burst of speed but was Bhort. Flamaway was badly riddan and Narvaez was suspended pending investigation. Scratched 15837 Daerfoot, 112; 15023 True Blue, 112. Overweighta Silver Maid, 2 pounds; Flamaway, 4; Munsey, 2. Sallie Goodwin, place, 4 to 5; show, out. Silver Maid, place, 10 to 1; show, 3 to 1. Shellac, show, 3 to 2. SIXTH HACB 3"4 Mile tnr88$350- 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 15 SHO nd Horaea A Wt Bt hi hi BtrFin Jockeys Ownera O H L C (15481 ITIBURON 3 102 3 21 21 21 la Vititoe P E Smith 7 7 6 6 154613IMPESIOUS 4 107 1 la 1 H 2a EJone3 HERowell 2 2 9-5 9-5 f 15819) JERID 3 105 6 31 31 3 3a T WalaL P Ryan 7 9 7 9 15718 RIO CHICO 3 102 2 4a 52 62 42 T Burna W B Sink Jr 5 6 5 6 158192 MAMIE G. 6 105 4 62 62 73 51 Bnllman Caesar Yonng 7 8 6 8 15820 MONTAN US 3 109 5 51 43 41 62 Songer W D Randall 7 8 7 8 158073 LOTHIAN 3 108 7 7 78 51 7 Morgan J Foley 7 10 7 10 157723LODE STAR 5 108 8 8 8 8 8 Conley A JStemler & Co 6 8 6 8 Time, 26, 50, 1:17. Winner B. g, by Friar Tack Lulu B. Post 10 minutes. Start fair. Won with the first four driving hard. Tiburon came strongly on the extreme outside and won in the last stride. Imperioua ran a good race out in front. Jerid waa coming strongly at the finish and may have baen the beat of the lot. Rio Chico waa running fast at the end. Bcratched 15718 I Don't Know. 103. Overweights Mamie G., 2 ponnds; Lothian, 2; Lode Star, 5. Ti buron, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Imperio as, place. 4 to 5; show, out. Jerid, show, 8 to 5. Page  ...CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB... (Oakland Race Track, Emeryville, California.) FUTURITY STAKES With $8,750 Added. Estimated Value $50,000. $3,750 OF THE ADDED MONEY GOES TO THE BREEDERS. FOR THE DECETBER MEETING OF 1902. ...ENTRIES TO CLOSE TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1900... By subscription of $10 each, money to accompany the entry, for marea covered in 1899, and one of $4,509, 7 lb3. ; of four of $2,500 or two of $4,E00, or ere of $9,000, 12 lbs extra. The produce' further subscription of $25 each for the produce of such mares by July 15, 1901, or such produce of mares or stallions which have not produced a winner prior to January 1,19C0. allowed 3 lbs. will be struck out and a further subscription of $25 by January 1, 1902, or Buch produce will be of both (mares and stallions), 5 lbs.; not necessary to claim the said allowance at the time of truck out and a further subscription of $50 by July 15, 1902, or su:h produce will be struck ont. entry. Maidens allowed 10 pounds. Mares may be entered by rersonp, net their owners the-All starters to pay $250 additional, all of which shall o to the Becond and third horses, as fur- owner bavin? the prior right. If a mare in this stske drops her fcal before the first of January tber provided. California Jockey Club to add Eight Thousand, Seven Hundred and Fifty or if she has a dead, or more than one foal, or is barren, the entry cf Ench mBre is void and the ($8,750) Dollars. The second to receive $1,000 of the added money and two-thirds of the start subscription will be returned. By filiDg at sry time with the ( alifornia Jockey G1h1 sc ing money, the third $500 of the added money and one-third of the starting money. accepted transfer of the produce, with its engagements in this etako accompanied with receipts The breeders of the winner, of the second horse and of the third horse, namely, the owner of for all former payments, the original subscriber will be released frcm any liability as to the en-the mare at the time of entry, to receive $2,0C0, $1,250 and $500 of the added money respectively, gagements of the produce. Should a subscriber or transferee die before the rsce, the entry whether they be the owner of the horse when the race takes place or not. shall not be void provided it ba assumed by the then owner of the horse, notice in writing to Colts 118 lbs., Fillies and Geldings 115 lbs. Winners of $2,500, 3 lbs. ; of two races of $2,500 or that effect being given within three months after such demise. TO PI.OsE JANUARY 2, 1900. To be run in tbe month of December, 1902, at the Oakland Race Course, Emeryville, California, ont of the Futurity chute, about els and ome-half furlongs- Each and every part of this purse to bo paid in cash.. (There will be no forfeits.) Entry blank can be obtained n pun application at the fallowing: offices: Daily Racing; Form, The Horseman, in Chicago; Goodwin Bros., Turf Field and Farm and Spirit f the Times In New York, and Thoroughbred Record, Lexington, Ky. R. B. Ml LROY, SECRETARY. THOS. H. WILLIAMS JR., PRESIDENT. American Sporting flanual of 1899,,, (COPYRIGHTED.) A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON. BXPBRT8 HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT George Siler on Pugilism. John Thatcher on Billiards. F. H. Bruaell and 6. G. Riley n Racing. Job HerveyonHarness Racing. An Official Compendium of Records. RACING, HOTTING, PAGING, BILLIARDS AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1898, HlsTDIOA-lPPIlG ISTO BOOEMAKING TABLES. NEW FEATURES IN THISI LIN Hi THSI3E HANDICAP TABLES: W(TH KIY. Summaries by Experts on the Past Year'i Doings EDITED BY K. H. BRUNELL - SO CBMTS IM PAPER. SO OBNTS IN SOFT MOROCCO? Daily Racing Form Publishing Co., 124-126 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, ill.