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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 23, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899122301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 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  Tr N YddrForrrA TOIi. Y. "NO. 308. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS Making Entries MAKING ENTRIES These are important and perplexing days for owners of good race hones. Tbe Coney Island, Brooklyn, California, Lsuisville, Memphis, Brighton Beach and Little Bock Jockey Clubs and the Western Tnrf Association are all in the field with offerings of rich and and important stakes that will involve the distribution of an enormous aggregate of money among the owners who will prove fortunate enough to capture them. It is no slight task to enter a horse to the best advantage, and it is one in which owners and breeders make ead mistakes. It is now easy to perceive how costly, in all probability, was the oversight that left the dam of Mesmerist out of the Futurity of laBt year. The case is not isolated. It has often occurred that tbe best two-year-olds and three-year-olds have not been eligible to great stakes that would have been at their mercy had not their breeders or owners been afraid to take tbe chances involved in entering them. To breeders the task of making entries does not require so much thought as falls to owners of racing stables. They sell their yearlings in the expectation that it will devolve upon the purchasers to enter them in such stakes as they may select. But with the breeders it rests to make the great Produce Stakes the features of each racing season that the jockey clubs offering them wiEh them to bo. Euch stakes as tbe California Futurity, The Coney Island Futurity, The Produce Stake at Tanforan, The Matron Stakes, etc., are made or marred by the breeders. When it is considered that the breeder can enter a broodmare in all of the three great stakes first named for tbe trivial sum of $25 it would seem to be tbe height of business wisdom for him to enter all of his mares for the obvious reason that his expenditure iB sure to be recouped with heavy interest becauee of the fact that his yearlings will be eligible to those great prizes of the American turf. Certainly breeders will be blind to tbeir own interests if they fail to make the two newly oevised California produce stakes the great successes their liberal terms call for. California Racing C A LIFOBN I A KACI N G. Discussing various points of interest marking racing over the San Francisco tracks, last Monday's San Frmcisco Chronicle says: "There have been many inquiries in regard to tbe California Derby and other stake events usually given every spring by tbe Pacific Coast Jockey Club. Tbe delay in announcing stake events has been due to the uncertainty in regard to tbe opening of Ingleside.but the matter will be decided cne way or the other early in January. Secretary Fred Green stated that he was cot fide nt the new Board of Supervisors would permit the reopenicg of the Ingleside track upon tbe representations that are to bD made by the Pacific Coast Jockey Club. It is' known, however, that in tbe event of a refusal, the Western Turf Asecciation will lease Tan-foren Park to Ihe Pacific Coast Jockey Club eo as to enable that association to run off any stake everts it msy anrounco. Fred Green, the secretary of both the Western Turf Association fct d the Pacific Coast Jockey Club, iB authority for the above statement. "The past fortnight'e racing at Tanforan Park was highly successful, despite the incloment weather. Horses ran bang up to form, and the betting public came out ahead in its encounter with the bookmakers, many of whom lest heavily. Fied Pesch. it is reported, lost $10,0C0. He wen $S,2tO odo day, but that was the only winning day in eleven. "Alex Shields, who first tackled tbo coast game with Logan, the hero of scores of hard-fought races, was next to invincible with his stable, and be muBt have cleaned up $12,000 or $15,000 the past seven days in purses, stakes 'and wagers. From December 9 to 16 be won seven out cf eight Btarts with TopmaBt, King Carnival, Advance Guard and Zorcaster. With two exceptions he managed to get from 21 to 1 to 4 to 1 against legitimate even-money chances. The purses and stakes won by the Shields stable in the past seven days aggregate $4,650, which amply demonstrates the possibilities of the game in California. ' Tbe big stable of Burns & Waterhonse 1b meeting with very noor success at present. One after another tbe best horses have become hors do combat, and tbeir colors are not to be Been at the post with the frequency customary in past seasons. The California firm has been a generous patron cf the turf. It has never hesitated to pey good prices for horses, and its bad luck is regretted by all sportsmen. It must also prove a source of chagrin to be beaten by some cf those old cast-cffB, which has been the case eeveral timeB this season. Among the horses that Burns & Waterbouselet go are such frequent winners as Malay, Sybaris, Montgomery, Lothian. Prince Blezes and Oaric II "There are fully 1,2C0 race horses in training in California. Five hundred and fifty have already figured on the program since the meeting began, and there are fully S50 that have not been started. Add to this number the comiDg two-year-olds and it will bring the total very close to 1,200.; Oakland Form Chart OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAIi., December 22. Fifty-third day. California Jockey Club. Winter Maet- ing. Weather clear ; track fast. Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Fergason. Racing starts at 2 :15 p. m. Recall flag is used. - f rT "I FIB8T BACK Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile,) Parse $300, L0 I 1 2-year-oldB. Maidens. Allowances. nd Horses A Wt St M K X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 161162 LIMERICK 107 2 51 Z 21 12 Morgan Marcus Daly 2 21 2 2 15968 SAUL OF TABS US 107 5 12 111 11 21 Soencer W B Jennings 8 15 8 12 161283 J V. HAYS no 6 8 8 41 3 E Jones J N Miller & Co 6 7 6 7 HIPPONAX 118 18 15 15 51 4 Bennett J Martin Jr 20 60 20 60 16140 BILLY MOORE 109 8 21 3t 31 51 Joseph G W Baldwin 8 12 6 12 16C61 TOM SHARKEY 108 9 61 61 7 61 Conley D J McCarty 10 15 8 12 16140 CAE3AB YOUNG 110 13 10 9 11 7 L Turner H L Jones & Co 15 20 12 20 1609438I5QUOC 107 3 3 51 8 8 Powell Bnrling'meStkFm7 10 7 8 161403ARTILLERYMAN 110 10 9 10 10 9 Hennessy CQaick 10 15 10 15 16138 VANTINE 115 7 7 7 9 10 Henry P E Jones 30 33 30 30 161402UPPER CBU8T 107 4 41 4 6111 E Ross A Wright & Co 12 15 10 15 16106 GOLD FINDER 107 12 12 11 12 12 Sanger M Storn 10 15 10 15 160613LEIPZIG 107 14 14 12 14 13 Vititoe . B Schreibar 10 15 8 15 105462 BONA 107 15 16 13 13 14 T Walsh George Bider 20 25 20 20 1602&3RED CHERRY 107 10 11 14 15 15 Henderson Small & Reis 20 25 15 20 ' FREE PASS 115 17 17 17 16 16 Kerrigan Antrim Stable 40 100 20 100 GIOCOSO 115 11 13 16 17 17 Bergen J N Burk 30 60 20 60 16138 COROLLA 107 Left at the poet. Thorpe Burns&Waterh'se8 8 5 7 Time, 211. 46, 1:011,1:11. Winner Ch. g, by Tammany Beau Catcher. Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won handily; the next four-were driven out. Limerick got off well, avoided the early pace, and won handily at the end. Saul of Tarsus whb speedy bat short. J. V. HayB came from eighth place in the stretch and finished strongly. Hipponax may-have been best. He was fifteenth at tbe three-quarters and made up much ground. Billy Moore-quit, as did also Vantine aod Upper Crnsr. Scratched 15457 Royal Bengal, 110; 15958 Fille d'Or, 107. OverweightB Tom Sharkey. 1 pound. Limerick, place, evena; show, 1 to 2. Saul of Tarsus, place, 6 to 1; Bhow, 3 to 1. J. V. Hays,, show, evens. fyfj TjECOND KACB-5-8 Mlle Puise IS53r2-year-olda. Soiling. fad Horses AWt St M K X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 16116 F. W. BBODE 113 1 21 3 31 12 E Jones J F Schorr 2 2 6-5 6-5-" H970 GUNDAVA 115 3 42 5 5 21 Henry P E Jones 12 20 12 20 160832QIBO 118 6 7 4 41 31 Jenkins J N Burk 31 4 3 4 16072 DEVEREAUX 113 8 31 21 21 4 Vititoe S Merriweather 8 8 6 6 16160 FINK SHOT 105 7 51 61 62 2 Spencer B Schreibar 6 7 5 6 SINUOO 115 4 6 7 7 61 Morgan G M Ashe SO 40 30 40 160T8 ILLILOUETTE 110 5 8 8 8 71 E Ross W & C T Boots 15 30 15 30 11615 GALENA 115 2 12 11 11 85 Thorpe Burne&Waterh'se3 8 3 8 16160 FAIRFAX 118 9 9 9 9 9 Ruiz C I Thacker & Co 50 60 50 60 Time, 121,361, 48i, 1:011. Winner Ch. c, by Cajuga Prosperity. Post 5 minntes. Start poor. Won easing up; second handily. F. W, Brode recovered form suddenly and was much the best. Gundava finished resolutely .and was gaining at the close. Giro ran a game race but had a Btormy journey. Devereaux was speedy but short, and should, win soon in such company. Galena showed fine speed but tired under the big weight. Scratched 15972 Aborigine, 115; 16083 Tanoka, 105. F. W. Brode, place, 3 to 5; show, out. Gundava, place, 7 to 1; show, 3 to 1. Giro, show. 7 to 10. jg-jyg THIRD RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse $350. 3-year-olda and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St X K X Btr Fin Jockeys Owners O H L O " 15S243TIRADE 3 110 1 14 li 21 11 H Conley J N Bark 10 10 6 6 16150 TCTTGART 3 114 7 6 7 61 51 2 Bpencer B Schreibar 4 4 4 41 560842MONDA 3 114 2 21 2h 52 41 31 Henry Richmond 8table 8 10 8 10 16018 MEADOW LARK 7 112 8 8 8 8 7 42 E Ross W & C T Boots 15 25 15 25 11178 T RE WOOER 3 107 6 51 51 71 81 51 T Walsh A Smith 8 10 8 10 16149 SYNIA 3 107 4 4h 41 4h 31 61 K Jones P Ryan 31 3 3 31 16149 RAMLET 3 114 12 10 10 9 9 7 Vititoe Ellsworth & Co 10 15 10 15 (16139)INVERARY II. 4 119 13 11 11 11 11 8 Hanson Mrs F Van Ness 8 10 8 10 16153 BE HPPY 4 112 10 9 9 10 10 9 Jenkins J Dixon 8 10 8 10 16109 INDRA 8 115 9 12 12 12 12 10 Kiley Holman & Hollis 12 15 12 15 15989 L'DY BRITANNIC 5 112 3 3" 31 11 2111 Turner G W Scott 20 30 20 30 16151 MAINSTAY 7 115 5 7 61 3h 61 12 H Shields H L Jones & Co 12 15 12 15 16151 GRADY 5 122 1113 13 13 13 13 Hennessy Crane & Owen 20 30 20 30 Time, 13. 37, 49. 1:014, 1:15, 1:28. Winner B. c, by Bousseau Young Flush. Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won handily. The noxt two were driving to the limit. Tirade is in good sbepe, was much tbe best and went tbe shortest way around. Stuttgart ran well under good riding. Monda was second best bat Henry wbb outridden by Spencer. Lady Britannic, MainBtay and Synia showed speed. Meadow Lark ran well. Scratched 161512Alaska, 119; 16149 Croker. 107; 16139 Delecta, 107. Tirade, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Stuttgart, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Monda, show, 2 to 1. Synia, place, 6 to 5;' show. 7 to 10. 1.6 174: F0DRTH KACB1 Mil0, Par8 $400, Allaeoa- Allowances. In-i Horses A Wt St X H & BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 16050 CONSTELLATOR 2 89 9 61 2 3" U 15 Buchanan W & C T Boots 10 20 10 20 18116 nOGUS BILL 2 89 8 12 11 U 21 2 Stuart S F Capps 6 9 6 9 161542AILENNA 2 81 3 2 3 51 51 3 J Martin C'r'thers&3hie!ds3 3 7-5 7-5 16142 F UNETTE 5 107 1 71 51 2 3a 42 Jenkins W J Speirs 4 9 4 Q 16U.4 KICKUMBOB 2 91 4 8 7 6 61 5 T Walsh E W Purser 8 10 8 9 16143 P. A. PINNEGAN 4 108 2 4 62 7 7 62 Hennessy E G McConnell 20 80 15 30 159953 MY GYPSY 2 81 5 3 41 4a 41 7a Ranch Bnrus&Watorh'se9-5 2 8-5 21 16C29 LUCID 4 107 7 9 9 9 8 81 Henson G F Murphy 40 100 40 100 15501 RIXFORD 2 81 6 10 10 10 9 5 T Henry D S Fountain 20 20 15 20 16074 HATTIE FOX 2 84 10 5 8 8 10 10 Phelan P Becker 20 30 20 30 j Time, 28,501, 1:151. 1:411. j Winner B. c, by Brutus Constellation. Post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily: second driving. Con&tallator was clearly the best and was none too well ridden. Bogus Bill did well for six furlongs. Ailanna was bamped and thrown out of her stride, bat for which she would have b3en near Constellator at the finish. Faunette was poorly ridden and rushed too quickly to tha front. My Gypsy seems to have gone back and ran poorly. Scratched 160432Tempo, 110. Overweights Constellator, 2 pounds; Bogus Bill, 2; Kickumbob, 4; P. A. Finne;an, 1. Constellator, place. 8 to 1; show, 4 to 1. Bogus Bill, place, 2t to 1; show, 6 to 5. Ailenna, place, 3 to 5; show. 1 to 4. My Gypsy, place, evens; show. 1 to 2. -I - rTpr FIFTH RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $350. 1 Ql I t) 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St Mi X Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L O 161653SLY 5 113 5 42 2 It 12 Jenkins D M Hanlon & Co6-5 6-5 1 11-10 161323TIRURON 3 108 6 3" 32 21 2 Morgan P E 8mith 6 7 6 6 160733PANAHINT 3 109 8 7 63 61 31 i Thorpe Burns& Vaterh'sel2 25 10 25 16132 AM 8 A 4 111 2 12 H 3i 41 Powell Crane & Owen 12 15 10 15 16120 MONTALLADE 6 109 3 5 52 5" 51 Yititoe J G Brown & Co 10 15 8 10 16098 SAL. GOODWIN 5 108 7 62 4" 4 63 Hennesey J R Thomas 10 12 8 12 16095 ROSALBRA 5 108 9 9 9 7 720 Conley D J McCarty 25 50 25 50 15984 JAEL. 4 109 1 21 7 8 85 J Daly M J Daly 50 100 50 100 10200 LEITER 3 110 4 8 8 9 9 Hyland H L Jones & CsX 50 100 50 100 16120 BEN LEDI 3 119 Left at the post, Jones E Kennedy 3i 4 3 4 Time, 22, 46,1:01,1:11. Winner B. m, by Racine Aurelia II. Post 3 minutes. Start bad. Won easily; the next two were driving hard. Sly is in fine form and ran a good race. Tiburon did his best. Panamint was last off of those that got away, and might have given Sly a warm argument with an even break. His race was remarkably good. Amasa had enongh a furlong from home. Jael was about the only one that did not pull up at the start. 8cratcaed-161503Faveraham II., 109; (16149) Jingle Jingle, 109; 181203 Aluminum, 109; 16149 St. Apollinaria, 1G4; 14937 Clarando, 98. Overweights Sallie Goodwin, 2 pounds; Rosalbra, 2; Leiter, 4. Sly, place, 1 to 2; show, out. Tiburon, place, 2 to 1; show, 4 to 5. Panamint, show, 3 to 1. Bsn Ledi, place. 6 to 5; Bhow, 3Ho 5. 16176 SIXTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse $350. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. .nd Horsea A Wt Bt H. V X Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 181J9JHORTON 3 107 7 6" 6i 5" 2i 11 E Jones E F Smith 4 5 4 5 (18129)CA8DALE 3 108 4 11 11 22 1 21 Conley W M Marry 8 12 6 12 16153 LOST GIRL 5 103 1 3h 3i 41 31 33 T Walsh E G McConnell 5 10 5 10 16117 SILVER TONE 3 104 10 7 7 62 5 4 Jenkins W R Larselere 2 2 8-5 8-5 16V42 MISTRAL II. 5 112 6 5 52 7 41 51 Piggott Earnshaw Bros 10 10 10 10 16(98 MIKE RICE 6 109 2 22 2 la 61 61 Hennessy T E MoLaughlin 40 60 40 60 15947 MONROVIA 9 109 3 41 42 31 7 71 Vititoe A B Spreckels 12 20 12 20 161272GADNTLET 3 108 8 9 9 8 8 85 Thorpe Barn8&Waterh'se4 4 4 4 13168 BENAUELA 6 109 9 10 10 9 9 910 Kiley Holman & H oil is 30 50 30 50 120C02N1LGAR 3 107 5 8 8 10 10 10 Henry P E Jonei 30 50 33 50 16095 MERRY BOY 5 109 Left at the post. Spencer M J Collins & Co 10 10 5 5 Time. 13. 25, 37, 491, 1:01. 1:141, 1:27. Winner Ch. c, by El Rio Rey Fusillade's Last. PoBt 10 minutes. Start bad. Won handily ; second the same. Horton is improving, ran a gamo race and received a strong ride. Casdale got off flying and stood a long drive. Mike Rico tired at the finish. Lost Girl ran her race. Silver Tone made up much ground. Mike Rice and Menrovin showed speed for five furlonge. Mistral II hardly ran his raca. Scratched 16129 Tom Cromwell, 109; (16143) Osculation, 109; 16152 Stromo, 98. Overweight Horton, 3 pounds. Horton, place, 2 to 1 ; thow, evens. Casdale, place, 5 to 1; show, 2 to 1. Lost Girl, show, 2 to 1. Silver Tone, place, 4 to 5; show, 2 to 5. Gauntlet, place, 7 to 5; show, 7 to 10. Washington Park Officials WASHINGTON PARK OFFICIALS. The annual meeting of the Washington Park Club was hold at the Wellington Hotel last eight. Mr. Charles D. Hamill was elected president to Bucceed the late George Henry Wheeler. No better selection for this important and honorable distinction could have been made. Mr. Hamill has long baen prominent in tbe direction of the affairs of the club and has always taken active interest in its racing department. A courteous, popular gentleman Mr. Hamill will be sure to worthily discharge the duties that havelfallen to him. Mr. D. M. Cummings was elected fourth vice-president in succession to George E. P. Dodge, who succeeds Mr. Hamill as third; vice-president. The official rostor of the Washington Park Club is nowies follows: President Charles D. Hamill. First Vice-President Samuel W. Allerton. Second Vice-President Henry J. MacFarland. Third Vice-President George E. P. Dodge. Fourth Vice-President D. Mark Cummings. Treasurer JohnjR. Walsh. Secretary James Howard, 6lBt and South Park Avenue. BaciDg Stewards D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frack 8. Gorton, John Dnpee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee Charles D. Hamill, Samuel W. Allerton. Henry J. MacFarland, George E. P. Dodge, D. M. Cummings, John B. Walsb, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Bobert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Gustavns A. Schwartz. Lawrence A. Young, J. Henry Norton. The first six are ex-oflicio members. Gossip of the Turf GOS8IP OF THK TURF. The Coney Islend Jockey Club advertises a splendid list of stakps in this issueof Daily Racing Foem, incladii g the Snbmban and The Fn-tnrity. Ihe Coney Islend Jockey Clnb is etsily the foremost racing organization of America and its stake eventt are devised with soch skill and sagecity aa to meke tbm tbe model tud envy of tbe other recing clubf of the country. Tbe group of stakes here pr ffered are familiar in nume and terms to tbe owners of tbo country because cf having, in the main, been 1 iiij established, come alterations in thf. con itions of tbe Futuritj will attract attentioi . These stakes are crrcmended to the careful cnnridi r-ation end liberal pstrorrce of owners at large and Daily Baoing Foem will be pleased to furnish entry blanks cn application. Page  American Turi 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. 184-130 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, I IX. Editoe, F. H. Beunell. CHICAGO, ILL., DECEMBER 23, 1899. 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 Glonolg Delphine ; Catskill, b. c, 4, by Glenelg Delphino ; Colonel Barrett, b. g, 6, by Rossing-ton Betty Waddell; Lazzara, ch. g, 6, by So-branjo Kaskaskia; Merry Noll, br. m, 6, by Darebin La Favorita ; Uncle Eli, ch. h, 5, by Aintree Quick ; Whiskers, br. g, 6, by Duke of Montrose The Tigress. This is the Little I Am case. Thomas Berry, owner, and horse Clay Poynter G. 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 EACING 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. DETEOIT JOCKEY CLUB. J. M. Cooper, alias "Bozeman." HAELEM 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. HAWTHOENE (CHICAGO EACING 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; Sicopy 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, aliasDan 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. Streot, jockey, and R. Doty, foreman, ruled off. CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB. M. Coughlin, owner and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreok, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punstor Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hoppeb, Secretary. Annual Meeting, 1899 ANNUAL MEETING, 1899. OFFICEES FOB ENSUING YEAB. W. F. Schulte, President. Address, Louisville, Ky. James Howaed, Vice-President. Address, Chicago, HI. . O. L. Beadley, Treasurer. Address, Lexington, Ky. E. C. Hoppeb, 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 Socretary 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 ex-polled 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 raor ing under injunction proceedings, or any owner, trainer 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 oae 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 be 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 fee3 in purse races shall go ; 60 por 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 purse. Rule 105 No jockey, oxcopt when riding for his contract employer, shall be weighed out for any race unless there has been deposited for him with the Clerk of the Scales the fee for a losing mount in that race, and the Clerk of the Scales shall keep tho 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 por cont. of the amount collected. The failure to deposit this foo for the jockey engaged for any "horse shall declare it out of the race. Rule 157 Stricken out. Rule 1U0 In selling races the horse's engag mentaare included if the horse is bought 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 off. 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. Bule 176 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 be 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 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 the first, second and third horses respectively, and 15 per cent., 10 per cent, and 5 per cent, respectively to the jockeys riding them. And when any Asso ciation shall show to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Congress that the above stake has been given and that its conditions have been complied with in full, he shall authorize the Treasurer of the Congress to pay over to 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 conform to the rule governing the Stud Book, except that portion of the Stud Book rule relating to the naming of foals. The old naming rule still stands. Official Notice OFFICIAL NOTICE. Covington, Ky., July 11, 1899. The Harlem Jockey Club has notified me that the entry of tho horso Kriss Kringle, on account of extremo inconsistency in racing, has been refused. . C. Hoppeb, Secretary. The American Turf Congress: American Turf Congress Members THE AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS. Pebbident W. F. Schulte, Louisville, Ky. Vioe-Pbesident JameS Howaed, Chicago, 111. Tbeasubeb O. L. Beadley, Lexington, Ky. Seceetaey E. C. Hoppeb, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. Assistant Seceetaey 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, 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, Nashvillo, Tenn. Geoege G. Peekins, Covington, Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Mubphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. Jab. H. Rees, Memphis, Tenn. E. C. Hoppeb, Covington, Ky. Committee on Rules. JOB. A. Mubphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Tablton, Frankfort, Ky. B. C. Hoppeb, Covington, Ky. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. Pebbident Geoege Heney Wheeleb. Fibst Vioe-Pbesident Samdel W. Alleetoi Second Vioe-Pbesident Heney J. Maofae-land. Thibd Vice-Peesident Chaeles D. Hamill. Foueth Vice-Peesident Geoeqe E. P. Dodqb Tbeasubeb John R. Walsh. Beobetaby James Howaed. Wellington Hotel, Chicago, HI Raging Stewaeds D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupeo, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee G eorge 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. Holoson, Albert S. Gage, , Guatavus A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings, J. Henry Norton. The first six are ex-oificic 1 members. , 1 NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident S. R. Montgomeey. Fiest Vice-Peesident F. G. Jones. Second Vice-Peesident Napoleon Hill. Thibd Vioe-Pbesident R. B. Snowden. Foubth Vioe-Pbesident O. H. P. Pipeb. Tbeasubeb John M. Petees. Seceetaey M. N. Macfaelan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. Executive Committee A. S. Caldwell, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones S. R. Montgomery, ex-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB Peesident Meeeill B. Mtlls. Vice-Peesident John W. Peice. Teeasueee Geoege M. Hendeie. Seoeetaby Walteb O. Pabmee. Detroit, Mich Executive Committee George M. Hendrie John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) Peesident R. W. Nelson. Vice-Peesident and Genebal Managee-F. F. Fowleb. Teeasueee Fbank P Helm. Seoeetaby Shebidan Claek. Assistant Seoeetaby Rogee Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Ky NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident W. F. Schulte. Vioe-Pbesident W. E. Apelegate. Teeasueee Chaeles Bollingeb. Seoeetaby Chaeles F. Peice. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident S. N. Andeous. Vice-Peesident Heney J. Ceockeb Seoeetaby F. H. Geeen. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal WESTERN TURF ASSOCIATION. Peesident W. J. Maetin. Vice-Peesident Chas. F. Gabdnee. Seoeetaby F. H. Geeen, Parlor A, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. Peesident Robeet Aull. Fiest Vice-Peesident August B. Ewing. Second Vice-Peesident Chaeles Claek. Thibd Vice-Pkesident James Campbell. Seceetaey Joseph A. Mubphy. Teeasueee W. M. Lookwood. Boaed of Dieect bs L. M. Rumsey, Robert Aull, J. M. Sellers, Charles Green, Rolla Wells, William Nolkor, D. R. Francis, James Campbell, C. C. Maffitt, C. H. Turner, A. B. Ewing and Charles Clark. Fair Grounds, St. Louis, Mo LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident John C. Sheelook. Seoeetaby Edwaed C. Hoppeb, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. Peesident Col. M. M. Young. Seoeetaby C. F. MoMeekin. Lexington, Ky. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident S. M. Apfeeson. Seoeetaby Joseph E. Maetin. Little Rock, Ark. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge Col. A. W. Hamilton. Staetee Richaed Dwyee. Seceetaey M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. Peesiding Judge James H. Rees. Staetee Richaed Dwyee. Seceetaey Haeey Kuhl. Room 403 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. Peesident V. L. Kiekman. Seoeetaby J. WT. Russwuem. Nashville, Tenn. Boabd of Dieeotobs May Overton, Andrew Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, J, W. Ruaawurm, MmcMTwCoswss Kecqrd. VOL. I. SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1899. NO. 52. Page  DAILY RACING FORI AND jIHE AMERICAS IDRF C0B6RESS RECORD. ISSUED EVERY DAY. omoiiL ORGAN or tn AKEBIOAIt TUBS' OONGES88. AILY RACING FOEM PUBLISHING CO, A daily reflection of the American Turf by liUgraph. Editor and Pkopeietob, F. H. Beunell. Associate Kditoe, Clinton C. Rilet. Beceetary, Mss. F. E. Bbunell. FIFTH AYEHDE, CHICAGO, ILL. COPYRIGHTED, stored Recording to act of Congress, in tha year 1899, by Frank K, Brcneiljin the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. U. B. A. (The chart naucbtn of Daily Raoikq Fox&i mast not be used. They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected) , TfiBMH: Per Month $ 1.25 Half Ybar 7.60 One Year 14.00 Iks above rates are for tingle copies as sealed letters Srst-olasa mail. 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AT DENVER, COL.: Hamilton & Eendrick, 906-912 17th Street, AT KANSAS CITY, MO.: Bicksecker Cigar and News Co., 9th aid Walnut Streets. AT NEW ORLEANS, LA.: H. J. Holle, 641 Commercial Place. AT BAN FRANCISCO: Foster & Orear, Market Street, Ferry News Btand. AT HOT SPBINGB, ARK. : F. C. Boving, 418 Central Avenue, AT BUTTE, MONT.: Keefe Bros,, Post Office News Btani, AT MEMPHIS, TENN.: R. M. Manaford Co, Clark St BroB. AT MILWAUKEE, WIS. : Plankinton Hotel News Stand, Pflster Hotel News Stand. Archie Hoffman, 263 Milwaukee Btreet, AT NASHVILLE, TENN.: Duncan Hotel. AT TORONTO, ONT, : J. D. McSweeney, Palmer House. AT BUFFALO, N. Y. : New Tillt House. AT INDIANAPOLIS, IND.: J. Douglass, 17 Illinois Btreet, CHICAGO, ILL., DECEMBER 23, 1899. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. A special from New Orleans to the Enquirer of yesterday says: "Pat Cleburne, the gray gelding in the stable of Moss Jacobson, died at the track this morning. Tb.e horse, after winning one day a couple ef werkssgo, was tubbed in ice by a stable hand, and Mose had to have a couple of veterinaries with him all night to save him. He apparently had fully recovered from his sickness at that time, but suffered a relapse early this morring, which resulted in his death. J. J. McCafferty today bought from O. G. Parke for J. W. Colt the horses Trebor and Bill Jackman. Mr. McCafferty will run them here for a few weeks and then ehip them with Chancery to their owner at Genet ee Valley. Mr. Colt has bought the trio with the intention of racing them over the jumps." . MarcuB Daly has been very ill all the fall and has been confined to his hotel in New York for many viefks under the care of medical specialists. Absolute rest from tho tremendous business iespontibilities that this brusque miner millionaire has been carrying has been insisted upon by these doctors, and Mr. Daly has finally decided to take their advice, a course rendered more easy by the fact that he has recently disposed of a portion of his vaBt mining interests to an English syndicate. He proposes, therefore, to find his recreation this season in racing his horses about the tracks around New York. At one time he bnd proposed to go to England and try conclusions with the horses there, bat this project has now been abandoned. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Orleans, La., December 22. The form of Saturday's New Orleans fields is : First Race Chancery, Good Order, Elidad. Second Race Trillo, Dollio Wiethoff, Sir Christopher. Third Race Refugee, Moncreith, Judge Quigley. Fourth Racs Duke of Middleburg, Moroni, Prince Blazes. Fifth Race Acushla, Junaetta, Bright Night. . TRACK INFORMATION.. j ..ON.. j NEW ORLEANS RACES. An old trainer with eight horses at the New Orleans race track would like to help pay his expenses by furnishing from one to two horses darly to a few reliable persons. One winner guaranteed daily or money refunded. Terms $2.50 For One Day or $10.00 Per Week. Will also place commissions at track for anyone at 5 per cent on winnings. J. A. BLACK, 127 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. CUIRASSIER, 4 10 1. AVATOR, 8 to 1. Were our good things, and we wired them to 150 patrons all over the UNITED STATES and CANADA. We do not have good things like this every day once or twice a week is our average. Wo issue a scientific handicap that is absolutely reliable and up-to-date in every way on all races run at OAKLAND and NEW ORLEANS. Monday we will have something that will interest the public. Terms $1.00 Daily. $4.00 Por Six Days. Ready at 9 a.m. Race Track Information Bureau. SUITE BOO, 283 DKARRORN ST., Tel. Harrison 1580. CHICAGO, II.Ii. thb AMERICAN HANDICAPPERS Fifteen years' experience. The most reliable information obtainable at any price by wire every day from our experts at San Francisco and New Orleans. Our good ones yesterday wero Limerick and F. W. Brode. Remember no guess work. Our information comes direct. Selections telegraphed to any part of the United States or Canada at 11 a.m. 50 cents daily, S3 par week. J. P. REYNOLDS, Room 78, 135 Clark St. 50c TODAY ONLY 50c At New Orleans today we give our clients the winner of the Handicap. A grand chance to win Christmas money. Handicap and special information ready at 10 a.m. Regular tarms : $1.00 per day ; six days $5.00. CHICAGO TDRF ADVISORY CO., Room 707, 235 Dearborn St.. Chicago, HI. Christmas Presents Free We will give you information that will enable anyone to WIN enough to buy your holiday presents on EASY MONEY. A nice EASY ONE TODAY at New Orleans, No question about this GOING THROUGH. Information ready by 11 a.m. Terms $10.00 for six days; $2.00 par day. Telegrams sent all over the United State3. Write to us for WINNERS EVERY DAY. H. riAURICE, SUITS 605, 167 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. First Race 1 Mile. 3-year-oldB and upward. Selling, Ind. Hones. Am. Wt. TL&er. 15934 Uncle Louis 4.. ..113 680 161652Elidad 4. ...Ill 685 16034 Dominie.... 4 ...108 680 16H8 Gooa Order 5.. ..108 685 16168 Lost Time. 3.... 107 640 14699 Prince of Orange 3....1C4 650 16170 Phidias 3.. ..104 670 16122 Chancery 3.. ..102 700 16C93 Shinfane 8.. ..102 680 16082 Mies Dooley 3.... 99 665 16093 Nellie Princa 3.... 99 650 15978 Chonita 3.... 99 603 Second Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Allowances. (16155)Trillo 4.. ..120 750 2795 Frontman 8.. ..110 650 15763Lady Powhattan 5.. ..107 635 15700 Warrior 3.. ..107 625 14273 Ed Gartland II 4.... 107 610 15700 Free Lady 4.. ..107 715 (16023)Sir Christopher 3.. ..105 745 (I5789)8un God 3.. ..103 640 16169 Fewness 4.... 102 635 16169 Carlotta C 5... .102 710 16133 Tinkler 4. ...102 705 MooneE. Ite 3 100 (16133)Dollie Wiethoff 3. ...100 745 16056 Sir Blaze 3.... 98 655 16112 Tortugas 3.... 95 650 Ihird Raee 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling. 16170 Hampden 4.... 116 688 15782 Bcaadland 6. ...116 630 15649 Sunburst 7.. ..116 ......650 161593 Moncreith 5.... 114 690 161693Refuge 6.. ..114 700 161442 Judge Quigley 4.. ..Ill 690 16186 Sedan 5.... 108 675 16166 Rush Fields 5. ...108 ......650 16157 The Brewer 4.. ..108 640 14882 Blue Lick 3.. ..107 685 16148 Claroba 3.. ..102 650 Fourth Raee 1 1-8 Miles. Crescent City Handicap. Value $2,000. All ages. 15981 Btar of Bethlehem 4.. ..115 730 l60482Duko of Middleburg.. 3 ...111 750 (16092) Laureate 7.. ..110 713 16070 Deering 3.. ..106 735 161553Moroni 4.... 104 745 16158 Alpen 3.. ..103 725 (16048) Eva Rice 4. ...103 725 16070 Prince Blazes 4. ...102 740 (16103) Lackman 4....101 705 16169 Supremo 2.... 88 690 Buckley & Arthur entry. Fifth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. 16104 St. Lorenzo.... 113 690 15994 Sister Fox 107 700 15979 Nailer 104 675 161482Bright Night 104 715 161222Uhler..... 101 705 16082 Acushla 101 725 16155 Big Indian 101 695 16135 Very Light 101 650 16137 Junaetta 101 720 Oakland Form OAKLAND FORM. Oakland, Cal., December 22. The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is: First Race Vinctora, Fiero, Averine. 8econd Race Tom Calvert, Lost Girl, Marplot. Third Race Dr. BornayB, Osculation, Uarda. Fourth Race Advance Guard, Princess Zeika, Decoy. Fifth Race Mistral II., Opponent, Topmast. Sixth Race Peace, Theory, San Mateo. Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. First Baca 8-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Maidens. Selling. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdop. 15984 Braw Lass 4. ...119 655 16143 Mips Soak 4.. ..119 660 12062 Majesty 4.. ..119 650 Jennie Neviae, b k. f, by Apache Ona 4. ...119 16109 Tbe Offering 3... .114 675 Tassajara. b. c, by Mor- ella Orinda 3. ...114 159843Plorence Fink 3 114 600 10723 Padre Jose 4.. ..112 650 15984 Averine 5.... 109 685 14736 The W aif 4 .... 109 660 16051 Midia 3.. ..104 655 16t?9 Delecta 4. ...104 670 15877 Fiero 3... .104 690 16149 Racery 3.. ..104 665 16150 Vinctora 3.. ..104 700 Second Race 1 1-16 Milts. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses Age Wl, Hdcn 15985 Sylvan Lass 3.... 101 650 160433Hobenloho 4.... 101 680 16162 Marplot 4. ...101 885 16127 Senator Dubois 5.... 98 675 16152 Coda 6.... 97 670 16118 EinBtein 4.... 93 665 16086 Ulm 3.... 92 685 16C86 Tom Calvert 4.... 92 700 161732Stuttgart 3.... 92 660 161763Lost Girl 5.... 92 690 Third Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (16141)Uarda 4.. ..106 715 16162 Go To Bed 4.. ..104 710 16108Potente 4.. ..100 715 161522Dr. Bernays 4.. ..180 725 16149 Schanken 3.... 97 680 16143 Judge Wofford 3.... 97 690 (16143)Osculation 4.... 97 720 (16118) Ringmaster 5 98 710 16164 Grand Sachem 4.... 95 705 16073 New Moon 6.... 92 700 16l5l3Don Luis 4.... 92 705 161433Ping 4.... 92 700 160623 Alicia 6.... 92 695 Fanrtb Race 1 Mile. 2-year-oIda. Allowances. 161632Erwin 93 715 (16087)Advanco Guard 93 725 16l422Decoy 93 715 161312 Princess Zeika 90 720 Fifth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling, (18162)Tappan 5.... 113 705 (16119) Topmast 6... .110 715 (15998)Opponent 4. ...101 720 16176 Mistral II 5.... 97 725 16141 ElEstro 3.... 93 710 161412 Red Pirate 3.... 93 700 16150 Poorlands 3.... 92 675 161502 Anchored 8.... 92 690 Sixth Raeo 3-4 Mils. All ages. Selling. 16165 San Mateo 5. ...Ill 715 (16153) February 5. ...Ill 710 16051 Strongoli 3.. ..108 690 15725 Theory 3. ...108 720 16175 BenLedi 3. ...106 710 16165 Peace 3. ...106 725 16163 Dunblane 2.... -96 705 Page  List of Licensed Jockeys 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, Butler, Henry, Bradford, J. Jr., Brendle, John, Bisping. T., Brown, Lee, Burns, Robert, Barrel!, Peter, Barnes, W., Ballinger. Averyi Britton, T. M., Booker, Charles, Bloss, W.. J., Brophy, Richard, goland, rown, J., Burns, Thomas, oilman, J. J.. Boyd, J., Beauchamp, William, Bassinger, Irving, Bennett, F., Bozeman, James, Brows, James, C. Carter, J. J., Caddy, Harry, Carter, W. A., Cogswell, Spencer, Crutchville, William, Castro, Q., Connelly, James, Conley, Jesse, Cauidy, Boy, Caywood, W., Clay, Peter, Clerico, John, Cairns, Robert, Cowman, Frank, Combs, C, Crowhurst, Richard, Coylie, 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 Dupoe. James, Dingley, W. P., Dean, W., Daly, J., Dugan, John, Doane, F. S., Daily, Frank, Devin, F., E. Everett, J. H., Easley, Tom, Ellison, George, Ellis, E., Eggerson, Arthur, F. Franklin, R., Freeman, J. H., Fogg, Ira, Frazee.J. A., Frost, Wy Flick, Robert, Foucon, E., Frawley, George, Flick, G. F., G. Givens, Frank, Gormley, James, Givens, Fred, Graham, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Gisboume, F., Gray, L., Gray, C. R., Gui tiers, 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, T., Hill, J., Harris, J., Hill, Nathan, Hicks, John, Hiram, Frank, Henson, Sam, Hamilton, Anthony, Higgins, J. J., Hennessy, Michael, Harshberger, J. W., Higgins, E. T., Hothersall, J. W., Holden, George, Henry, David, Hahn, J.. Hoyt, L. G., HouckjOharles, 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., E. Knapp, B., Kane, Tony, Keenan. J oseph, Kendrick, W., Kidd, Charles, Kelly, J., KitleyT., Kuhn, Charles, Kiley, Walter, Kerin, Joseph, Kelly, Michael, Kenney, Mike, Knight, T., Kelly, A., L. LoullierJ., Lew, Charles, Landry, F., Lamley, John, Lawless, Frank, Lendrum, B. G., Lines, C., Lynch, John, Littlofleld, 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, McKeand, Elmer, McLouden. H., Murphy, C.. Morrison, Albert, Melton, C. N., Mayberry, Hal., 3 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, Qninn, Jo, R. Rutter, Frank, Rebo, R. M Rietz, Alexander, Rigby, W. J., Rigby, B., Ross, E., Roiff , J., Romero, Rafael, Rymal.Harry, Royce. Everett, Riley, C. R., Rose. L., Rold.Othy, Ronllier, 0, Rauch, J., Hathbone, R. R., Ray, N., Robinson, Charles, Richards, Charles, Robertson, E., 8. Shaw, William, Stewart. W., Silvers, B. Shore, W. A., Shannon, Mike, Sherer, Edward, Sweeney, W. H., Scovill, F., Sutherland, H., Seaton, Hezekiah, Slack, John, Songer, A., SouthardJEdward, Stevens, G., Shepard, B., Sloan, Cass., Spencer, Henry, Shields, John, Schorrer, Joseph, Shields, Henry, Stimpson, Earl, Snider, George, Smith, Raymond, Sheppard, Raymond, Schmitz, L., Strode, J. M., Stock well, H. M., Stanhope, Frank, Salurds, Sam. See, William W 1 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, Tnmlett8, Thomas, Thompson, F Tompkins, Nathan, U. Utter, L. M T. Vandusen, Charles, Vitatoe, Henry, Van Camp, Q., W. Wilkins, John, Wodderstrand, C.,' Walker, T. J., Winkfleld, King, Wooster, Allie, Weaver, Charles, Washington, William, Washbore, A. H., Williams, Harry, Ward, H. Watson, William, Woods, J., Williams. W., Weber, J., Wood, William, Wilson, William, Whitlock, Fred, Y. Young, Joseph, To ride for his stable only. E. C. Hoffeb, Secretary. Appeals Decided APPEALS DECIDED. Tho 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. Tho decision is as follows : In the controversy between J. J. Smith and W. Clancy over the services of the boy Lee Rose, the committee rendered the following opinion : "In the case of the jockey Lee Andrew Rose, we are of the opinion tnat J. J. Smith is legally entitled to his services, and it is ordered that W. 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 the service of J. J. Smith." At tho spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club W. Gallagher, part owner of the b. c, Patroon, 4 year-old, by Patron Madie, entered said horse in a race to be run on May 4th. and after time to declare Gallagher requested the judges, U. F. Price and L. P. Tarlton, to excuse the horse. After an examination of tho norse and being fully satisfied that he was not liime, as claimed by Gallagher, the judges ordered Gallagher to start tho horse, Gallagher refused to do so and the judges ruled Gallagher and the horse off. The Committee on Appeals sustained the judges. In the controversy between F. M. Arthur and the Queen City Jockey Club over the payment of entrance fees, the committee decided that the Queen City Jockoy Club was entitled to the $65 held by tho Chicago Racing Association. Tho case of James Robinson, who was ruled off last winter by the Crescent City Jockoy Club, was referred back to said club for action. Declarations Due DECLARATIONS DUE. January 1, 1900. Tho Tennessee Derby $25 The Tennessee Oaks 20 Tho St. Louis Derby 10 March 1, 1900. Tho Kentucky Derby 30 Tho Clark Stakes 30 The Kentucky Oaks 25 April 1, 1900. The Latonia Derby 30 The Himyar Stakes 20 Tho Latonia Oaks .20 RACINti DATES OF 1899. Tanforan Park (Cal.) Nov. 4 Persons Ruled Off PERSONS RULED OFF. Covington, Kt., July 19, 1899. Find below corrected list of ruled off, suspended and expelled persons from the Pacific Coast Jockey Club : ' J. Burns, B. Sheppard, A. Stanford and John Coyle, jockeys, ruled off. R. Cairns, J. Wilkins and Doc Tuberville, jockeys, indefinitely suspended. ' H. Cooper, owner; A. Nickells and F. E. Mul-holland, trainers, expelled. E. C. Hoppee, 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., July 28, 1899. I have received notice of the following rulings from the Chicago Racing Association (Hawthorne) : Jockey F. 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; same recommendation as to revoking license. Jockey Charles Melton, suspended indefinitely for ride on horse The Winner; same recommendation as to revoking license. For inconsistent racing the further entry of the following horses will be refused : The Dauphin, Robert Bonner, Einer, Hardly and Uarda. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. , Covington, Kt., August 2, 1899. mL The following jockey licenses have been revoked by the License Committee on recommendation of the judges of the Chicago Jockey Club, viz.: F. Rutter, Charles Melton, T. McNickle. E. C. Hoppbk. Secretary. Covington, Kt., August IB, 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, Kt., August 22, isaa. The Chicago Jockey Club notifies me of the following rulings : Jockey T. Bisping, indefinitely suspended. Wood Hoffman, owner, fined $100 and his stable suspended for hirty days for misrop e-sontation in Duffy license case. The License Committee has revoked Bisping's license on the recommendation of the judges ol said Jockey Club. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary Covington, Ky., August 25, 189a The Harlem Jockey Club notifies me of the ruling off of Jockey Jesse Everett for purposolj riding to lose Lord Zeni. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., Sept. 7, 1899. The Chicago Racing Association has raised the suspension of Jockey A. Eggerson. IS. 0. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., September 14, 1899. W, K. Duffy's trainers license has been revoked by the committee. The Chicago Jockey Club has removed the suspension against jockey J. McDonald. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., Soptombor 10. 1899. The following persons have been ruled off by the Chicago Jockey Club: Jockeys E. Royce and W. Nutt. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., September 25, 1899. The following are recent rulings of the Chicago Jockey Club now in force: John it. Beck-ley's trainer's license revoked; D. J. Leary, trainer, ruled off. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., September 28, 1899. During the meeting of the Turf Congress I received the following from different members : highland pabk 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. HAELEM JOCKET CLUB. Horse Tulane's entry refused for inconsistent racing. CHICAGO JOCKET CLUB. W. Beauchamp, jockey, ruled off. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. I have just received the following rulings from the Crescent City Jockey Club : C. Combs, jockey, suspended indefinitely from all privileges. E. James, jockey, suspended indefinitely, for foul riding. R. Troxler, jockey, ruled off. J. Troxler, agent, suspended from all privileges indefinitely. M. Dunn, jockey, suspended indefinitely. All of these occurred in 1899. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., October 4, 1899. The application of J. McDonald for jockey license has been refused. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, October 19, 1899. Notice of the 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, October, 19, 1899. Jockey John Morrison, indefinitely suspended by Harlem Jockey Club has been reinstated. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Nov. 2, 1899. Tho Committee on Appeals has rendered the following opinions, viz: "In the case of L. H. Ezell against tho Harlem Jockey Club, we are of tho opinion that Rule No. 26 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 the Secretary of the, Committee on Appeals? Hence the claim of the Harlem Jockey Club that Mr. Ezell could have no standing before tho committee is untenable. So far as those papers show the decision of the club that tho 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 tho 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Nov. 6, 1899. The Lakeside Jockey Club notifies me of the following, viz : Jockey William Bloss ruled off for fraudulent riding. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., November 11, 1899. The 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Covington, Kt., November 11, 1899. Tho following persons have been ruled off by the Queen City Jockey Club for breach of the peace in assaulting Dan T. Murray, viz. : H. D. Brown, Ted Welker, George Keating and Charles Keating. E. C. Hoppee, 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., 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. Hoppee, Secretary. Racing Dates of 1900 RACING DATES OF 1900. Memphis April 527 Nashville April 28 May 5 Louisville May 722 Page  AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL American Sporting Manual of 1899 It neral sale. It is a record of the turf, PI rds, pugilism, trotting, pacing and all tading lines of sport up to January 1 All the matter within its pages hav lonapilad and sdlted by experts. It a list of all the turf and track record. (by Daily Racing Fobu's staff), billiard fig-ares, past and present (by John Thatcher), the 3ghts of 1898, with comments (by George Slier) larness records to date and of the past (by John Hervey, the statistician of The Horn ieview) and three handicap tables, with diree-ions for their application and expert comment, he Manual, in paper covers, sells at 80 osnti I tndlnsoft morocco covers at SO cents, Coney Island Jockey Club RACE COURSE, SHEEP5HERD BAY, NEW YORK. OIT-ICE, EIETH AVE., COR. 22nd ST., NEW YORK. Events to Close Wednesday, January 3, 1900., FOR THE JUNE MEETING. 1980. About 8ix Furlongs. THE SUBURBAN. For three-year-olda and THE DOUBLE EVENT. For two-year-olds, upward, cash value $10,000; handicap. One cash value $10,000. viz: FIRST EVENT, $5000, Mile and a Quarter. Five and a Half Furlongs; SECOND EVENT. THE JUNE HANDICAPS. For three-year- $5,000, about Six Furlongs. $l,0M additional olds and upward, cish value 36,500, viz: The should the two events be won by the same Coney Island, $2,000, Six Furlocgi; The ho". Sheepshead Bay, $2,000, One Mils; and the FOB THE AUTUMN MEETING, 190O. Long Island. $2,500. One Mile and a Furlong. THE FLIGHT. For two-year-olds and up- THE ADVANCE For threa-yoar-olds and ward, $1,500 added, estimated value $1,000; bpo- up ward, $3,000 added, estimated value $6,000; cial weights. Seven Furlongs, special weights. One Mile and Three-quarters. THE SEPTEMBER. Far three-year-olds, THE SWIFT. For three-year-olds, $1,500 $1,500 added, estimated value $4,000; penalties added, estimated value $3,000; penalties and and allowances. One Mile and Three-eighths, allowance. Seven Furlongs. THE AUTUMN. For two-year-olds, cash. THE SPINDRIFT. For three-year-olds, $1,500 value $3,000; suecial weisrhts. Six Furlongs, added, estimated value $3,000; handicap. One THE FLATBUSH. For two-year-olds, cash Mile and a Furlong. value $5,000; special weights. Seven Farlongs. THE GSEAT TRIAL. For two-year-olds, THE GREAT EASTERN For two-year-olds, cash value $20,080; penalties and allowances, cash value $7,509; handicap. Six Furlongs. FOR THE AUTUMN MEETING, 1902. THE FUTURl fY--$io,ooo ADDED, By subscription of $20 each, or only $10 if the prior to January 1, 1900, the produce will bo money be sent with entry.' For mares covered allowed 3 lbs. for either or 5 lbs. for both, said in 1899, and a further subscription of $50 each allowance to be claimed at time of entry. f the produce of such mares unless struck out Maidens allowed 5 lbs., which allowance shall by November 1, 1901; or $100 unless struck out by not be cumulative. Mares maybe nominated by July 15, 1902. Eaeh starter to pay $250 addi- persons not their owners, the owner having the tional, all of which shall go to the second prior right. If a mare in this stake drops her and third horses as further provided, foal before the 1st of January, BOO, or if The Coney Island Jockey Club to add TEN she has a dead or more than one foal, or is bar-THOUBAND DOLLARS ($10,109) ; the second ren, the entry of such mare is void and the to receive $1,250 of the added money and subscription if paid will be returned. By filing two-thirds of the starting fees; the third prior to November 1, 1901, with the Coney Island $750 of the added money and one-third of Jockey Club an accepted transfer of the pro-the starting fees. The nominators of the duco with its engagement in this Stake, ac-winner, of the second horse and of the third companied with all forfeits to date the original horse, namely the nominator of the mare, subscriber will be released from any liability to receive $2,000, $1,250 and $500 of the added as to the engagement of the produce. Should money respectively, whether they are the a subscriber or transferee die before the racs owners of the horse when the race takes the entry shall not be void provided it be as-prace or not. Colts, 122 lbs.; fillies and geld- sumed by the then owner of the horse ; notice fugs. 119 lbs. Winners of two races of $3,000, or in writing to that effect, accompanied by the one of $5, COO, 4 lbs. extra ; of three of $3,G00, payment of all accrued liabilities, being given two of $5,000, or one of $10,000, 8 lbs. extra, within three months after such demise. Six If mare or stallion has not produced a winner Furlongs. Other Stakes will be duly announced to close at a futnre date. The Rules of Racing, and subsequent amendments thereto adopted by The Jockey Club, gov ern all races and racing of the Coney Island Jockey Club. Entries to be addressed to the Glerk of the Course, Goney Island Jockey Club, Fifth Avenue, cor. 22nd Street, New York. Entry blanks and complete conditions can be obtained at office of the Daily Racing Form. WOOPLANPS SlW 15 hive from st loubs on the wabash Barney Schreibehs hqp&lwrmu The Choicest of Australian Blood. Foul Shot, BY MUSKETSLANDER. -2 flthuriel ( Touchstone, by Camel. o" 3 Longbow.................... 4 Verbena, by Velocipod. .9 rM (3ira o Feu de Jois). ( Miss Bowo j Catton, by Golumpus. "2 f g1 " , , Tranby's dam, by Orvillo. m5m ,. , . ., Pantaloon ( Castrel, by Buzzard. 8 O o (.Legerdemain, (Czarwitch) . Idalia, by Peruvian. rt w (Decoy i o . Filho-da-Puta,by H'ph'zard 2 r " S (Finesse, by Peruvian. a u . . , (Melbourne ( Humphrey Clinker.byC'mua R -S'S fWes,i Australian.... i ? Cervantes' mare. W - .2. (Derby and St. Legor) .. ( Mowerina ( Touchstone, by Camel. d lm1 , I Emma, by Whisker. 5 SPk I f Camel ( Whalebone, by Waxy. 6 3 m a lBrwn Bes3 Selim mare. . BS (Daughter of j Brutandorf, by Blacklock. W Mrg.Cr'icksh'nks.byW'lb'ck 1 . , ( rn Canteen ( Waxy Pope, by Waxy. rn T t J f Calendar (Imported) -j Castania, by (Johanna. R a J (Hambletonia ( Stamford,byPlenip'tentiary ff I , , ? Harmonica.byH'mblet'niaa O 8 L, , (Tros ,m (Imported) ( Priam, by Emilius. W s I Cassandra 4 Ally, by Partisan. J u u (Alice Grey j Rous'Emigrant, by Pioneer iJ , , , I Gulnare, byYoungGohanna P IS" o r . , (The Colonel ( Whisker, by Waxy. O -s fCap-a-pie (Imported) 4 ( Delpini mare. fc m ts ( Sister to Cactus Sultan, by Selim. j ? Duchess of York, by Waxy, lo - (Dover (Touchstone. LBell Brand -2 -j (Verbosa. g ( Sophie ( Skilhinda. . , Sallio Brass. Imported. BARNEY SCHREIBER, BRIDaETON1JflQ New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. 3(EW ORLEANS, LA., December 88. Twentieth day. Creicent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather wet; track heavy. Presiding Judge, H. W. SimmonB. Starter. C. J. Fitzgerald, Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. FIRST HACK 7-8 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. X61()(5 Ind Horses A Wt Bt M K X Btr Fin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 160892JREBOR 4 10H12 10 7" 5H 4t 1" Boland O G Parke 2 3 2 3 12334 AGITATOR 7 110 9 31 31 2" U 2 McJoynt John G Lyle 10 10 5 5 16069 E3TACA 5 109 2 22 1 1" 21 32 Clawson F Reagan 5 8 5 8 161243ALBERTVALE 5 112 3 62 6 41 5h 42 L Rose E T G ayes 5 5 3 3 (16115)LA GRANGE 4 112 1 4" 5 61 61 5- Dupea T J Bush 7 7 6 7 16159 WAL KENS HAW 5 111 11 8 8 7 7 61 Ralph H Robinson 10 15 10 15 159123TYRBA 3 102 4 11 22 3H Si 1 Slack Plate & Co 10 12 6 12 15983 BELLE WARD 4 ICO 5 5"4 8 8 8 Mitchell Thomas Nepper 12 12 10 12 16144 RUSH FIELDS 5 105 i 7 9 9 9 9 9 MeBon S J Charles 20 30 20 20 160792SEDAN 5 98 8 11 11 10 10 10 Wed'strandJ H Smith 20 26 20 25 10469 BOB LYONS 5 103 10 12 12 It 11 11 Dominick M S Hughes & Co30 100 30 100 16093 DOLLIE REGENT3 93H4 13 13 12 12 12 LTnompa'nJ Berling 50 260 50 ISO CAPTAIN LAMAR 3 1091 6 7 10 13 13 13 Foucon R Barker & Co 100 150 1G0 100 16135 BUSKIN 4 101 13 14 14 14 14 14 Moody W Bernhardt 30 40 30 40 Time, 26, 51,1:191,1:34. Winner Br. g, by Barnes Battie. Post 5 minutes. Start good. It was a driving finish. Trebor ran a good race and finished strongly. He only got up in the last ten yards. Clawson made his move too soon with Agitator, and when it came to a drive the horse hung. Eitaca. ran well and is improving. Tyrba showed .-spaed bat waB probably short and quit in tae stre'ch. Overweights Trebor, li pounds; Eitaca, 2; Rush Fields, 2i; Dollie Rogent, i; Captain Lamar. 21 ; Raskin, 3. Trebor, plaoe,6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Agitator, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Eitaca, place, 3 to 1; ishow, 6 to 5. 8EC0ND KA(JK 3-4 salle Purse i250. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 1(3 1(3 7 " Ind HorseB A Wt Bt K K Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 16102 INLOOK 101 9 16 1 2i 1 Mitchell C Volini 5 5 4 4i 146542AVATAR 101 6 S 31 11 2" R Weber T F Coles 10 12 10 10 15941 MAGIC LIGHT 189 4 2 23 3" 3 Clawsoa W C Daly 24 4 2 4 16134 DISSO jUTE 101 10 7 7 5 4 W Jones Lansing & Co 21 21 2 21 160782 CHICK AMAUGA 101 2 61 51 61 5 Dupee GC Bennett 4 41 4 4 16123 POLLY BIXBY 951 S 52 41 41 61 Richards H Simons 6 8 5 8 16090 FALSEHO JD 95 3 8 9 8 7 Newcora H T Griffin 30 40 30 40 161451RU3SELL R. 105 1 9 10 9 8 Ransom H J Scoggan 4 41 4 4 15980 TICKFUL 101 7 41 8 10 9 Bolaod W H Fizer & Co 10 15 8 15 15778 THE BOBBY 1041 5 10 61 7 10 H'ahberger P H Hume 30 40 30 40 'Coupled in betting. Time, 251, 51, 1 :20. Winner Ch. c, by Outlook Mattie Luck. Post 7 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third were also driving. The first -two fought it out through the stretch. Mitchell outrode Weber at the end. Russell R. showed so speed. Magic Light lost ground on the home turn, but came again at the end. Overweights Magic Light, 3 pounds ; Chickamauga, 3; Polly Bixbr, 1 ; The Bobby, 11. Inlook, place, 8 to 5 ; show, 4 to 5. Avatar, place, 4 to 1; show, 2 to 1. Magic Light, show, -4 to 5. Dissolute, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Chickamauga, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. Russell R., place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. THIRD BACK 1 Mlle Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 1 (3 1 (3 8 Ind Horses A Wt St X K BtrFin JockeyB OwnerB O H L C 15584 CUIRASSIER 3 95 9 51 62 43 33 li Wed'strandJohn Bryan 4 4 3 3 16148 ELID1D 4 104 11 9" 3 13 13 23 Mason James Arthur&Co3 31 3 31 ' 155132FALSE LEAD 3 98 8 22 41 3" 21 3 Mitchell M E Dowd & Co 4 4 31 31 16067 PIN A R DEL BIO 4 101 1 62 51 56 5H 41 W JonaB P T Kelly 8 S 6 8 15513 MOREA 4 1061 3 32 32 21 4 51 56 Ralph James Curl 15 30 15 30 16148 WORDSWORTH 5 101 2 41 7 61 62 6 Harshb'gerMrs H Morgan 10 15 8 15 160S1 HANJOSE 3 95 68 9 8 8 7 Dominick R M Hennessy 20 30 20 30 16135 WOODRANGER 4 108110 11 10 9 9 8 McCana S Robinson 10 15 10 15 15907 PETE KITCHEN 6 101 5 7 8 10 10 9 P Murphy W H Laird 15 25 15 25 15487 LOST TIME 3 97 7 10 11 11 11 10 Slack C H Dieboll& Co 12 15 10 15 9874 IMPROVIDENT 3 99 4 15 U 7 7 11 Bradford L Resseguet 15 25 15 20 Time, 26, 54i, 1:211, 1:50. Winner B. c, by Bersan Ranette. Post 8 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third easily. Cuirassier came with a. rush in the last eighth. Elidad faltered in the last seventy yards. Improvident showed early speed. Pinardel Rio had a rough journey and finished strongly. Falsa Lead liked the going &ud ran a fair race. Overweights Morea, 31 pounds; Woodranger, 11. Cuirassier, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Elidad, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. False Lead, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to5. F0UBTIi RACB 3-4 Billed Purse 250. All ages. Handicap. 1(31(39 Ind Horses A Wt Bt bi H X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 16067 TOM COLLINS 4 90 1 1U 13 13 12 VY Wood W H Fizer 6 8 6 7 159302JDDGE WABD'LL4 109 8 21 22 211 2 Clawson T V Buckley 1 1 4-5 1 15978 REFUGEE 6 106 3 42 4h 5 3 Dnpee V M Lee 20 25 20 20 16067 CARLOTTA C. 5 101 2 3 32 4H 4 Boland M'Mahon&Jacobs5 6 5 5 161373ST. WOOD 3 105 4 6" 61 31 51 Mitchell Mrs T P Hayes 4 5 4 4 15613 GRAY LESS 2 89 6 7 7 62 61 Wed'strandA D Payne 60 60 60 60 161473SUPREME 2 88 9 10 8 8 7 J Waldo Allen Neil 30 30 30 30 10586 LEILA SMITH 3 104 10 11 9 9 8 C Berger J G Smith 200 200 150 150 15978 MEDDLESOME 3 92 11 51 51 7 9 Silvers R Tucker 15 15 15 15 16057 EVA 110E 2 97 7 9 10 10 10 W Jones J Fleming 150 150 150 150 10838 YPSILANTI 3 101 5 8 11 11 11 Tully Lyles & Co 150 150 150 150 Time, 251, 51, 1:04, 1:18. Winner B. c, by Newcourt Malada. PoBt 6 minutes. Start good. Won ridden out; second and third easily. Tom Collins was lucky at the start and showed the most speed, but was un ler mild pressure at the finish. Judge Wardell was closing strongly at the end. Rafuxee lost ground on the stretch turn, but finished well. Carlotta C. appeared to be short. St. Wood can do batter. Scratched 13547 Silver Set, 102. Overweights Judge Wardell, 2 pounds; Carlotta C, 31; Meddlesome, 2; Eva Moo, 1; Ypai-lanti. 3. Tom Collins, place, 21 to 1; show, evens. Judge Wardell, place, 1 to 3; show, out. Refugee, show, 3 to 1. 8 1. Wood, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. FIFTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse $2S0. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. jjrQ Ind Horses A Wt Bt hi K X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 161582STRANGEBT 3 106 3 311 21 li Vi li A MclntyreT B Alexander 7-5 2 7-5 9-5 16U8) PROSPERO 3 99 5 8 52 31 311 21 Bradford R Congdon & Son 3 4 3 4 16111 COLON'L CLUKE3 1051 7 2 Ul 21 21 38 McJoynt HMcCarrenJr 21 21 2 2 18059 HAMPDEN 4 109 4 41 4U 61 62 4U Mason W M Wallace 15 20 15 20 16136 MANLIUS 3 1071 8 51 31 41 4 52 Stevens J H Smith 10 15 8 12 12761 PHIDIAS 3 92 1 11 61 51 52 65 Slack M Kahn 15 15 12 15 16 1 133 MATCH BOX 3 96 6 61 7 7 7 7 H'shberger W Bosler 20 25 15 25 15711 HILL BILLY 5 101 2 7 8 8 8 8 Geifars A Hoffman 25 60 25 60 Time, 27, 53i, 1:191, 1:49. Winner B. c, by Knight of Ellerslie Dearest. Post 4 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second handily. Strangest faltered slightly in the stretch, but rallied and came again at the end. Prospero was all tangled up at the start and met with interference at the first turn and again at the stretch turn, where he was carried to the outside. Colonel Cluke ran a good race. Ptiidias snowed a burst of early speed. Strangest was run up $400 and bought by J. H. Smith. T. Magee and J. H. Smith each claimed Prospero. They drew lots for preference and Smiih won the horse. Scratched 161362McCleary, 106; 16082 Miss Dooley, 92. Overweights Match Box, 2 pounds; Maniius, 11; Colonel Cluke, 1. Strangest, place, 3 to 5; show, out. Prospero, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Colonel Cluke, place, 4 to 5; show, out; Page  ...CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB... (Oakland Race Track, Emeryville, California.) FUTURITY STAKES With I8750 Added. Estimated Value 150,000.. $3,750 OF THE ADDED MONEY GOES TO THE BREEDERS. FOR THE DECEHBER MEETING OF 1902. ...ENTRIES TO CLOSE TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1900... By subscription of felO each, money to accompany the entry, for marts covered Id 1899, and one of $4,500, 7 IbB. ; of four of $2,500 or two of $4,500, or one of $9,000, 12 lbs extra. Tho prodneo further subscription of $25 each for the produce of such mares by Joly 15, 1901, or such produce of mares or stallions -which have not produced a dinner prior to January 1, 1900, allow ed 3 lbs.t will be struck out and a further subecription of $25 by January 1, 1902, or such 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 such produce will be struck out. entry. Maidens allowed 10 pounds. Wares may be entered by person?, not their owners, tho All starters to pay $250 additional, all of which shall ro to the second and third borseB, as fur- owrer having the prior right, If a mare in thiB Btske drops her fcal before the first of January, ther provided. California Jockey Club to add Eight Thousand, Seven Hundred and Fifty or if she has a deed, or more than one foal, or is barren, the entry of such mare 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 filing at ecy time with the California Jockey Club an tug 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 Btako 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 from any liability as to the en-the mare at the time of entry, to receive $2,CC0. $1,250 and $500 of the added money respectively, gagements of the produce. Should a subscriber or transferee die before the race, the entr? whether they be the owner of the horae when the race takes place or not. shall not be void provided it be assumed by the then owner of the horse, notice in writing to Colts 118 lbs., FillieB and Geldings 115 lbs. Winners of $2,500, 8 lbs. ; of two raceB of $2,500 or that effect being given within three months after such demise. TO CLOSE JANUARY 2, 1900. To bo run In the month of December, 1902, at the Oakland Bace Course, Emeryville, California, out of the Futurity chute, about six an ae-half furlongs- Each and every part of this purse to be paid in cash. (There veii) be no forfeits.) Entry blanks can he obtained upon application at the folio-wlnjr offices: Daily Baclng Form, The Horseman, In Chicago; Goodwin Bros., Turf Field and Farm and Spirit the Times in New York, and Thoroughbred Beeord, Lexington, Ky. R. B. MILROY, SECRETARY. THOS. H. WILLIAMS JR. PRESIDENT. BIH American Sporting Hanual of 1899... (COPYRIGHTED.) A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON: EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO !T.... George Siler on Pugilism. Jehu Thatcher on Billiards. F. H. Brunell and G. 6. Riley en RadBg. Johi Hervey onHarness Racing An Official Compendium of Records. RAGING, HOTTING, PAGING, BILLIARDS AND TBI PUGILISTIC EYBSTS OP 1818, HA.liTT3IOPPJJSrGr AND BOOKMAKING TABLIB. NIW FEATURES IN THESE LINES! THREE HANDICAP TABLES: WITH KEYS J Summaries by Experts on the Past Year'u Doings. EDITED BY K. H. BRUNELL 80 CBMT8 IM PAPER. SO OBMTS IH SOFT feOROCOO Daily Racing Form Publishing Co., 124-126 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Hi