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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, February 10, 1900 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1900 drf1900021001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, February 10, 1900 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1900 $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  f Duly A VOL. VI. NO. 35, CHICAGO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. PRICE, 5 CENTS HORSES IN TRAIMNG. The mild weather of this winter has been extremely favorable to horses, so much so that trainers in charge of those quartered at the New York tracks have been able to give their charges an nnnanal amount of light work, with the result that the majority could now be quickly fitted for racing if the season for active operations was at hand. This is a condition that angars well for the success of the early meetings. The following from the Morning Telegraph of Tharsday depicts an almost summer-like state ef affairs at the Gravesend track : "The track was in the most perfect condition. It has besn harrowed and scraped repeatedly, and when the trainers are ready, which they soon will be, to start breezing work, it can be easily indulged in. The Brooklyn Boulevard in its present state is an idsal galloping ground, and when fast work is to be begun the racers who have been jogged over it can easily be taken to the race track and be sent down the line with no fear of harm. All the morning from King's Highway to the Coney Island front many sets conld be seen at trotting and cantering work, and the scene was a most animated one. "The G. B. Morris extensive string was ont in three sets and they looked a gallant lot as they sniffed the fresh air and chafed at their bits. The first set, led by the crack three-year-old Pnpil. was out at an early hour and looked very racy-like. Another set, all being of the two-year-old division, had the stable's fine filly by Salvator— Miss Woodford as leader, and they also looked a tidy lot. This string was in charge of a stableman mounted on a wheel, which, though seeming something of an innovation from a horsy standpoint, was not half bad when put to practice, for he had perfect control of his machine and could view the work of his charges to perfection. ''Thomas Green, besides the four-year-old, Forsooth, had the youngsters, Doctor Barlew, by Chorister— Logic; Marie Bolton, by St. Leonards — Harpsichord; Annie Thompson, by Chorister— Ocean Queen; Frank Hall, by St. Leonards — Katena, and an unnamed one by Hanover — Jersey Girl doing jogging exerci&3 on the boulevard. This lot are all to be prepared for the Aqueduct meeting, and it looks certain that tbey will not be neglected in the meantime. Doctor Berlew has almost entirely recovered from the fall to his knees which he sustained a few days ago. "J. H.Carr's Grey Jacques, Elfin Conig and a lot of two-year-olds were also indulged in exercise on the smooth surface of the boulevard and there was no fault to find with them. "On the track, trainer Frank McCabehad his youngsters and old horses out in two ssts. His two-year-olds, which are composed of the following, are a smart lot: chestnut colt Henderson, by Hindoo— Corinne; chestnut colt Hem- boldt, by Hanover— Lida Stanhope; bay colt American, by Iroquois— Bandana; chestnut colt Hinsdale, by Hanover— Dilemma; bay gelding Westerner, by Himyar— Sly Wink; bay gelding Maiden, by Lissak— Mag Bapture, and bay colt Averne, by Albert— Zetetic. The stable's handicap candidate, Half Time, which has been so leniently treated in the Brooklyn and Subirban, 108 pounds in each, and 107 pounds in the Brighton, took his open air exercise on the track, along with His Boyal Highness and others, and looks ready enough to stand the severe ordeal of a preparation for the big events. He will undoubtedly by pointed for the Brooklyn, as Mr. Dwyar would much enjoy pulling off the star event at the track in which he takes such an interest. None of the stable's runners are to Jbs prepared for the Aqueduct meeting, but will faoe the flag for the first time during the season at the Morris Park spring meeting. "William Hueston, who handles a string of seven, had them all on the track during the morning in three sets. They are composed of a couple of fillies by Grand Master, which are the property of Mr. E. D.Craven; the two-year-olds The Jade, by Ben Strome— Ben Amy, and Loving Kindness, by Logic— Belief ; the three-year-old Prejudice, the four-year-old Hungarian and the five-year-old Kriss Kringle The youngsters are a shapely lot, and Kriss Kringle is most presentable in looks. They are meant to see the flag at the Queens County Jockey Club meeting. "E. L. Graves had a couple of sets out at easy exercise and, at is usual with him, he rode in company with his horses and personally conducted their paces. The stable's handicap candidates—Box, 118 pounds in the Brooklyn and 117 pounds in the Suburban and Brighton, and King Barleycorn, 112 pounds in the Brooklyn and Suburban — are not in badly, and as they took their jogging work they looked a smart pair. "Owner and trainer H. E. Leigh, who has one of the finest strings of racers at the course, was in no way behind his fellow trainers in his attention to his horses, and tbey got the same open air work that was the order of the day with the others. May Hempstead, which is the scabies offering for the Brooklyn and the Sub urban, with 115 and 114 pounds, respectively, is looking extremely well and took to her pasy work in good style. The three year-olds Ildrim and Vulcain and the two-year-old Luke Blackburn — Duchess colt aDd others were all shown on the track to jogging exercise.'' GOSSIP OF THE TURF. David Gideon's batting philosophy, as set forth in a dispatch to the Tribune last Monday, hit very close to the center when he said: "I know people talk about public form and all that, but I also have learned by experience that a m an can Ioeo his money on a horse which is by twenty poueds the best of the lot in the race, and when it comes to a handicapper putting on his money because he figures his horse 3i pou nds the best, and then yelling because he does n ot 'cash," then I say such men should be treated as enemies of the turf. Why, the slightest jostle, will throw a torse out cf the race. and yet such accident is not patent to even those watching the race closely. Of course, there are inferior animals that can be weeded out by figures, but enough of like class are left in each race to make pickitg the winner a most uncertain proposition. But the form players will have it that when the best horse loses something is wrong. "One of the biggest plungers on the turf , when before an investigating committee of the Jockey Club, in aaBwer to the question, 'Do you think anything wrong is going on?' said defiantly : 'Of course I do. I haven't won a bet in five days.' And this man then offered to bet that if horses ran on the square he could pick more winners than anybody else. That was the silliest argument I ever heard, and no attention was paid to it." The horses at the Memphis track are all in good health. Algol was slightly off with a cold but is all right now, though but little is being done with him. Serrano is being galloped daily and appears full of life. Lieber Karl is doing fine, and is expected to be a good horse this season. He did not race last year on account of a bad leg, but the effected part has grown strong again, and looks as if he will surely stand training. Crocket is doing the best that could be expected, and may prove a greater CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE, OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAL„ Tebrnsry 9.— Seventy-seventh day. California Jockey Club. Winter Meet- ing. Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge, Joeeph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Ferguson. Bacing starts at 2 :15 p. m. Recall flag is used. 16657 FIBST BACK— 1 Mile. Purse $+00. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Tnd Horses AWtSt v, h K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 16609 L BBITANNIC 6 98 5 1" J Martin G W Scott 5 5 18-518-5 16626 TEMPO 5 109 7 2* Spencer A Wright & Co 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 16580 LOS PBIETOS 5 103 8 31 Hen bo n G F Murohv & Co7 7 7 7 16613 EUTERPE 4 93 9 42 J Ranch Perkins & Holt 10 20 10 20 11&9 HANNAH SEID 4 99 3 5« Henry W H 8tewart 16 25 8 25 16543 LIZZELLA 4 101 1 62 Mnne Pritch'd&D'P'ater25 50 25 50 16624 VINCTOKA 4 93 6 7» J Daly W & C T Boots 15 40 15 40 15139 SCINTILLATE 5 103 4 2" 85 Powell Mrs M Gro8sheim25 40 25 40 165432MY DEAB 4 93 11 11 96 Phelan Prospect Stable 20 40 15 40 16501 DUKWAD 6 104 10 19 1010 E Bobs James Wilson 40 100 40 100 16541 MANZ1NILLA 6 103 2 7 11 Vititoe E M James 10 20 10 20 Time. 26. 50*. l:03i. 1:161. 1:42*. Winner— Blk. m, by Britannic— Lady McNairy. Wert to post at 2:10. At post 2 minutes. Start good. The first three wcr= driving So the limit. Lady Britannic held the inner rail throughout and received a good ride. Tempo was pocketed two or three times and badly ridden generally and was much th« bait. Los Prietos is steadily improving and should win soon in his class. Euterpe showed much speed to the homestretch. Scintillate was also Bpeedy for a half bat was short and fell away in the stretch. Scratched— 165373Correct, 95. Overweights— Hannah Beid, 3 pounds: Lizeella, 1; Scintillate, 2. Durwad, 4; Manzanilla, 3. Lacy Britannic, place, evens ; Bhow, 1 to 2. Tempo, place, 7 to 20; show, out. Los Prietjs, show, evens. SECOND BACK— 1 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 16658 Ind Horses A Wt St % ft H Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 16635 ^ESSENCE 3 102 6 6 6 6 Jenkins Bums&Waterh'se 4-5 4-5 7-107-10 16612 GLENGABEB 4 119 2 31 3" 3" Spencer H L Jones & Co 5* 4 5* 166123STTJTTGART 4 116 3 11 1" 11 Bullman B Schreiber 4 3* 3* 16621 SYLVAN LASS 4 114 4 4* 4* 5« Bomero W Boesecke 100 50 100 16645 RIXFORD 3 101 I 53 52 2» T Walsh D S Fountain 40 15 40 16574 J. V. HAY3 3 104 5 21 21 4h Henry J N Miller k Co 12 8 12 Time, 25*. 50*. 1 :93*. 1 .164, 1 :42. Winner— B. g. by St. Andrew— Extract. Went to post at 2:35. At post 2 minutes. Start good except for Essence. Won driving; second handily. Essence was all but left and ran a grand race, saving ground on all turns. Glenga-ber seemed to be the winner up to the last twenty yards. Stuttgart tired in the last furlong. J. V. Hays showed some early speed. Overweights— Essence, 1 pound. Essence, placa. 3 to 10; show, out. Glengaber, place, 13 to 10; show, out. Stuttgart, plaee, 3 to 5; show, out. 16659 THIBD BACE-7-8 Mile. Purse $400. 3 -year-olds. Selling. ■d Morses A Wt St -t Vi H Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C (16635) CLORABIBD 108 41 41* 1" Hi Vititoe W F Schnlte 4-5 4-5 7-107-10 16601 MONT EAGLE 105 610 5i 22 2* Jenkins C P Fink 3 4 3 4 16649 SISQTJOC 105 32 3* 5* 33 Buchanan Brling'me3tkF'm6 8 6 8 16S103 MISSION 106 2h 2" 2H 31 3» 42 Bullman J J Ellsworth 5 7 5 7 16597 ZISKA 12 11 1h 42 42 5« T Walsh Cambridge Stable40 40 20 20 16635 EDGARDO 100 5h 612 6» 6^ 62 63 J Daly W & C r H io:s 100 300 100 300 16610 ANTLER 110 7 7 7 7 Ruiz Atkin&Lottridge 50 100 50 100 Time, 25, 49*. 1 *2t, 1 :U*. 1 :28i. WiDner— B. c, by Florist— Canary. Went to post at 3:01. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won handily; second easily. Flora-bird was on the outside all throngh and was much the b6st. Mont Eagle was well ridden and was 8S easily second best. Sisquoc was cut off twice or he woald have been close up. Mission and Ziska aid well for five fnriongs. Overweights— Mission, 3 pounds; Antler, 5. Flora bird, place, 3 to 10; show, out. Mont Eagle, placa, 11 to 10; show, 2 to 5. Sisquoc, show, 4 to 5 16660 FOURTH RACK-3-4 Mile. Pnrse 8480. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St * H H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 16602 JINGLE JINGLE 4 106 2 13 U ji 1* Bullman W R Larzelere 7-5 11-59-5 11-5 166463MONT4LLADE 7 104 3 21 22 21 2« T Walsh J G Brown & Co 3 3 2* 2* 16625 GOOD HOPE 4 102 5 5 5 3" 3" Vititoe Caesar Young 2 11-52 11-5 166243 PERbEUS 7 104 1 42 42 4« 41 J*nkin» Cambridge Stable* 9 7 7 16612 (i RAND SACHEM 5 104 4 3» 3» S 5 Morgan J J Moran 50 50 40 40 Time, 241.48*, 1:01. 1:181. Winner— B. f, by Brutus — Nabette Went to post at 3:25. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second easily. Jingle Jingle got off well and ran to her best form. Montallade's easy race yesterday did him good. Good Hope got away badly and did not get to going at full speed until she had run three and a half furlongs. Grand Sachem was squeezed out in the last sixteenth, bnt for which he might have been third. Overweights— Jingle Jingle, 4 pounds. Jingle Jingle, place. 7 to 10; show, ont. Montallade, place. 3 to 5; show, out. Good Hope, place, ll to 20; show, out. 16661 FIFTH BACK— 7-8 Mile. Purse J350, 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Cud Horses A Wt St jj K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 11613 ALABIA 4 107 1 32 2« 2* 1* 1" E Boss F McMahon & Co 2 3* 3 3* 16837 SISTER ALICE 5 107 3 1* 11* 11 21 21* Spencer J P Meehan 3 3 3 3 166142 WYOMING 7 119 2 41 41* 3* 31 32 T Walsh J Q Brown 1111 166S63DON LUIS 5 112 4 2* 32 42 42 43 Vititoe C Speoner 15 15 15 15 16624 NONE 8UCH 5 112 5 5« 5* 53 53 5» Morgan W P Dingley 50 100 50 100 16691 INVEBABY II. 5 169 6 6 6 6 6 6 HenBon Mrs F Van Ness 100 100 60 60 Time. 13. 25. 37*. 49*. 1 :02t. 1 :15t. 1 :27*. Winner— B. f, by Watercress— Alary. Went to post at 8:50. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second handily. Alaria outstayed Sister Alice at the end under a strong ride. Sister Alice did not like the length of the journey, but showed a fine turn of speed for five furlongs. Wyoming was impeded, could not get throngh, and was probably best. Don Luis ran well up for six and a half furlongs, then tired. Scratched— 16633 Faversham II., 112. Alaria. place, 4 to 5; show, ont. Sister Alice, placa, 3 to 5; show, out. Wyoming, plaee, 2 to 5; thow, ont. Page  VOL. II. SDPPLEMEN1 TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATDRDAY, FEBRDARY 10, 1900, NO. 6, 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. 124-126 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Editos, F. H. Brunell. CHICAGO, ILL., FEBRDARY 10, 1900. THE AMERICAN TURr CONGRESS. President— W. F. Schulte, Louisville, Ky. Vice-Pbesident— James Howaed, Chicago, 111. Treasurer— O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary— E. C. Hofpeb, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. Assistant Seceetaey— John Dillon, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TUBF 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. Jaceson, Nashville, Tenn. George G. Pereins, 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 Rales. Jo». A. Mdrphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Tarlton, Frankfort, Ky. E. C. Hopper, Covington, Ky. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President— Charles D. Hahill. First Vice-President— Samuel W. Allebto* Second Vice-President— Henry J. Maofar land. Third Vice-President-George E.P.Dodge. Fourth Vice-President— D. Mark Cummings. Treasurer— John R. Walsh. Secretary— James Howard, 61st and South Park Avenue. Racing Stewards— D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee— Charles D. Hamill, Samuel W. Allertou, Henry J. Macfarlaud, George E. P. Dodge, D. Mark Cummings, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Qustavus A. Schwartz, Lawrence A. Young, i, Henry Norton. The first six are ex-otiicio Bimbtn, NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLCB. 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. Pipeb. Treasureb— John M. Peters. Secretary— M. N. Macfarlan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. Executive Committee— S. T. Carnes, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones S R. Montgomery, ex-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLCB Pbesident— Mebbill B. Mills. Vice-Pbesident— John W. Pbice. Tbeasubeb— Geobge M. Hendbie. Seceetaey— Walteb O. Pabmeb. Detroit, Mich Executive Committee — George M. Hendrie John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLCB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) Pbesident— B. W. Nelson. Vice-Pbesident and Genebal Manager— F F. Fowler. Tbeasubeb— Frank P Helm. Seceetaey— Shebidan Clabk. Assistant Seobetaby— Rogeb Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Ky NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. Pbesident— W. F. Sohultb. Vioe-Peesident— W. E. Applegate, Tbeasubeb— Chables Bollingeb. Seceetaey— Chables F. Pbice. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President— 8. N. Androub. Vice-President— Henby J. Crocker Seceetaey— F. H. Gbeen. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal WESTEBN TUBF ASSOCIATION. Pbesident— W. J. Maetin. Vice-President— Chas. F. Gardner. Seceetaey— F. H. Gbeen, Parlor A, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. Pbesident— Robert Aull. First Vice-President— August B. Ewing. Second Vice-President— Charles Clark. Third Vice-President— James Campbell. Secretary— Joseph A. Mubphy. Tbeasubeb— W. M. Lockwood. Board of Dibectobs— L. M. Rumsey, Robert Aull, J. M. Sellers, Charles Green, Rolla Wells, William Nolker, 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. President— John C. Sherlooe. Secretary— Edwabd C. Hoppeb, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. Pbesident— Col. M. M. Young, Secretary— C. F. McMeekin. Lexington, £y. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge— Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter— Richard Dwyer. Secretary— M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. TENNESSEE BUEEDEBS ASSOCIATION. President— V. L. Kirkman. Secretary— J. W. Rcsswurm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Directors— May Overton, Andrew MarshaU, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, i. W. Russwurm, CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge— James H. Rees. Starter— Richard Dwyer. Secretary— Harry Kuhl. Room 403 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President— S. M. Apperson. Seobetaby— Joseph E. Martin. Little Book, Ark. THE "RULED OFF" LIST. LATONIA JOCEEY 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 BACING 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 "Bozemau." HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB Sept. 30, 1898— J. Horton, John Kinney, jock- eys, ruled off. July 5, 1899— W. H. Snearly, trainer, suspended and recommended that license committee revoke license. HAWTHORNE (CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION.) 1.89?~^- 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 JDan Kurtz, by Ansol— Isabel. 1898— Tusculum, by Bern Strome— Craf en ; Filibuster, by Longsides— Little Mollie ; Obstinate Simon, by Simon Magnus— Persistence ; Board Marker, by Falsetto— Rebellis; Frank Stanton, by Jils Johnson— Trousseau ; Getabout, by Teuton—Gadabout; Dayton Star, by Day Star-Miss McGregor; Sun Bonnet, by Eberlee— Blue Bonnet ; Immense, by Himyar— Rhoda. THE MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. W. Hogan, steeplechase jockey, indefinitely suspended; J. Street, jockey, and R. Doty, foreman, ruled off. CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB. M. Coughlin, owner and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreek, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster— Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. REGISTERED RACING COLORS. Covington, Ky., December 29, 1899. The following named persons have registered colors for the year 1900 : A. Alexander, T, B., Gold, blue cap. Arthur, James, Green, white sash, green and white cap. B. Batcheler, H. T., Blue, white cap. Bertonniere, E. & Co., Black, orange sash, green cap. Bellow, L. V„ Blue, letter "O" on back, yellow sleeves and cap. Benson, L. W., Green, red cap. Burdeau, C. K., Old gold, white cap. Barrett, Thomas E., Green, white and old gold stripes. Barrick, W. M., Orange, black sash. Baker & Gentry, Old gold, black sleeves, gold hoops and white cap. Bender, S. S., Light blue, red sash. Browning, Paul, Cerise. Bennett, George C, Green and white diamonds Burrows, Ed.. Yale blue, yellow cap, Bronaugh, R. H. & Co., Black, orange belt, yoke and cap. Brown & Boles, Blue, red, white and blue sleeves, white and yellow sash across shoulders, red cap. Buschmeyer, C. F., Cuban red, white sleeves and cap. Browm, J. E., Green, red sleeves, orange cap. Burns, M., Blue, redsleeves, white sa3h and cap. Bush, T. J., Cherry and orange stripes, cherry cap. Brown, E. C. & Co., Red and black hoops, pink cap. Badinelli & Morse, Red, green sleeves, white cap. Barnes, W. S. & Co., Blue, white sash and cap. C. Cotton, W. E., Scarlet, green sleeves and cap. Cahill, W„ Blue, red sleeves, blue bare on sleeves, red cap. Clayton, J. D., Orange, white cap. Crawford, J. R., Red and blue halves, green cap. Crosby, B. B„ Purple, green sleeves and cap. Carrano, M. F. & Co., Red, green sleeves and cap. Congdon,R. & Son, Black, old gold yoke and cuffs, black and old gold cap with old gold Civill, P. M., Blue, old gold sleeves, white cap. Charles, 8. J., Green, yellow sash, black and Will K3 Clip, Clark, A. C, Cherry, Orange sash and cap. Curry, Gil, Purple, green cap. p^'tS1, wJi01^ eVae? sash cuffs and cap. Call, John, White, black sleeves. Conigan, Ed, Green, white sash Canred1caJ' M" Yal6 blUe' °lan8t bal1 on back, D. Dunne, P., Green, white cap. Duffy & Behan. Red. white and green Davis, J. & C, Black, red sleeves, red and black ■*%»•, cap* Deakin & O'Hera, Green, yellow sash, white ' "*"»" cap. De Verne, D., Green, white sash, red cap. Desha, Hume, Turquoise blue. J&FIJ* S-SN&WW*. polka dote. ^\eff£' £ W- B1^?k' ?ranS6 8aah, black cap. n^6™' £•' (Lre?a' orange sleeves and cap. Daly w. c, Red, green cap. Danssat, S., Red, yellow cap. Dwyer, J. W., Purple, old gold sash" sreen can P Donovan, R. W., Peacock blue. E. English. R. W., Canary, cherry cap. Everhart, Jack, Black, white eleeves, red cap F. Fuqua, W. M. Blue, letter "O" on back, yellow sleeves, red cap. Frisbie fc Co., Cherry, green sleeves and cap, cherry bars on sleeves. FaS'K fc%£ HbW "*. «* -P. Forsythe, Kobert, White, purple dots. Farrell, JD. & Co., Black and white diamonds. red, white and blue cap. ' Fleming, J. fc Co., Blue, red orescent and white star on back, black cap. Foster St Brumfleld, Garnet. Fessenden, W. 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The two volumes of the Annual will not be sold separately. GOSSIP OF THE TURF. (Continued from let Page.) mare this year than ever. Elizabeth Klein, the grand-looking sister to Traverser, is doing grandly, and her trainer, Hiram Pierce, expects to win the Tennessee, Kentueky and Latonia Oaks with her, and she gives evidenoe ef being a much improved filly in her three-year-old form. ' NOTES OF THE TURF. Duke of Middleburg, Buckley & Arthur's crack four-year-old, died at the New Orleans track Wednesday. Duke of Middleburg was a useful horse last year. He was at his best during the early spring, when he won a stake at Ben-nings and the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct. Sam Lucas, who has had charge of Marcus Daly's Bitter Root Stock Farm at Hamilton, Mont., has resigned his position as superintendent to enter the breeding business on his own accennt, He will purchase a farm in Kentuoky some time this spring. George C. Bennett has been awarded the betting privileges of the coming Memphis meeting. Bennett recently sold Dr. Walmsley to Thomas Nepper for $1,000 and intends disposing of other of his older horses. Jockey Vandusen has been engaged by J. B. Lewman to ride Flaunt in the Tennessee Derby, and jockey McJoynt is reported te have received an offer to ride for August Belmont during the coming season. Lester Reiff, the jockey, has returned from San Francisco aud joined his brother, J, Reiff, at the family home in Fiadlay, Ohio. The two lads will sail for England on the Oceanic on the 21st inst . The fast filly Alice Dougherty is to be fired and turned out for some time. JANUARY AND OTHER FORM BOOKS. January books of Form Charts in paper cover are on sale. They contain all the Form Charts of all tracks from January 1 to January 31, inclusive. Price, $1.00. RACING FORM'S 8SLB3TION3. Daily Racing Fobm has no private information. It seeks none. 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The 1900 edition of the American Racing Rules, published by Secretary E. C. Hopper of the American Turf Congress, is out and can be sent by mail to any address from this office for 25 cents. The book contains the racing rules as amended to January 1, racing colors as registered and betting rules, and a digest in index form which is a guide to all the book's contents. OAKLAND FORM. Oakland, Cal., February 9.— The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is : First Race— Yemen, St. Cnthbert, Ben Ledi. Second Race— lirafter, 'Count Hubert, Scotch Belle. Third Race— Rosinante or Flamara, Malay. Dr. Sheppard. Fourth Race— Advance Guard, F. W. Brode, Yellow Tail. Fifth Race— Topmast, Red Pirate, Snips. Sixth Race — Flamora or Afamada, Sly, Flower of Gold. OAKLAND ENTRIES. 1, Probabilities: Weather clear: track fast, First Race-5 -8 Wis. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling, la \ Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdsu. 168252BenLedi 4.. ..120 715 166502Novia 5.. ..120 710 (16646)8t. Cnthbert 5.. ..116 720 166133Midlove 4.. ..112 715 16471 JStrongoli 4. ...107 700 (10029)Yemen 11.. ..107 725 16561 Rnvanna 4. ...106 705 (16«09)Yiorig 4.... 105 715 11861 Royal Fan 4.... 95 710 16537 Clarando 4.... 88 705 Second Race 1-2 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Hones, color sox 4 pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. (16611) Scotch BeUe 115 716 16647'Impromptu 113 710 166472Qrafter HO 725 16622 Soctpa 110 700 16622 Trixie B 110 690 BichardS 110 16622 Location 110 705 Carrophlllis, br f , by Idalium —Carnation II 110 16611 Thorn Wild 108 705 16611 Parsifal 108 695 16622'Heunt Hubert 105 720 16611 Pat Foley 105 690 Third Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. McLaughlin Selling Stakes. Value $1,500. lad. Horsei. Age. Wgt. Hdoe. f 16600) Dr. Shepsard 6 110 735 ( 16636) *David Tenuy 6. ...102 725 16650*Pat Morrissey 6.. ..101 710 16583 Malay 4.... 96 735 16*»SR©sinante 6.... 95 750 16528»Flamora 3.... 90 740 'Burns & Waterhouse entry. Fourth Ravee— 1 Mile. 3-year-olds. Special Sweepstakes. $250 each. $1,000 added. Ind. Horses. Jockeys. Wt. Hdep. (16648) F. W. Brode T Barns. .117 745 16648*Advanc« Guard. ...Bullman. .117 750 166483Yellow Tail Spencer. .110 740 Fifth Race— 1 1-4 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. (16?75)Topmsst 5. ...109 725 16638* G- To Bed 6.. ..106 700 (16621) Dog Town 5. ...106 710 16661 Don Luis 5. ...103 700 16636 Red Pirate 4. ...101 720 16636 Snips 5. ...101 715 166242Coda 7. ...101 705 Sixth Kaoe-3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Maiee and Fillies. Allowances, (16S18)Sly 6. ...112 715 166002Afamada 5.. ..112 720 166623 Monrovia 10. ...112 710 164R6 Flower of Gold 3.... 97 710 165282Flamora 3.... 97 725 16662 SIXTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt 8t K % % BtrPin Jockwys OwnerT O H L 0 16637IPOMPINO 4 99 5 3« 3* 1» m Henry J D Dunn 6 6 4 4 16SS7»HAB'Y THOBURNS 106 4 1" 1" 2i 22 Bullman Earnshaw Bros Si Si 2i Ik 16613! MONROVIA io 100 3 51 «J 51 3» T Walsh A B Spreckels 6 8 6 8 16563 TIBURON 5 104 « 82 4« 3i 41 Morgan PB Smith 5 15 5 15 (19833) KATIE GIBBONS 4 104 8 8 8 7 6- Jenkins D A Honig 10 20 II 20 16633 SALLIEQO'DWIN6 100 2 4i 51 61 64 ERoss J R Thomas 30 75 30 75 (16637) PEACE 4 104 1 21 ■ 4" 78 Vititee Foster it, Hackett 8-5 2 8-5 2 16624 WILD HET 5 100 7 7 7 8 8 J Woods Neil Reel 100 200 100 200 Time. 241, 481, 1:01, 1:131. Winner— B. g, by Puryear D.— Sweet Peggy. Went to post at 4:20. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Pom-pino has improved greatly and is a fast horse. Henry avoided the early hot pace and rode with good judgment. Harry Thoburn ran a good race. He was cut off in the final fnrlong and eamo along on the ontside gamely. Monrovia is improving steadily. Tiburon ran his race. Peace quit after going well for a half mile. She is f «s t bat unreliable*. Scratched— (16«21)Dog Town, 112; 16637 Rosalbra, 105; 16626 Ringmaster, 102; 166S3*Jack McCabe, 99. Overweights— Harry Thoburn, 4 pounds ; Tiburon, 5. Pomoino, place, 6 to 5 ; show, 8 to 5. Harry Thoburn, place, 9 to 10; show, 2 to 5. Monrovia, show, 9 to 10. Peace, place, 7 to 10: show, 1 to 8. NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Orleans, La., February 9.— The form of Saturday's New Orleans fields is : First Race— David, Trebor, Tildee. Second Race— St. Marcos, Stripes, Gale Todd. Third Race— Brakeman, Van Brunt, Al Reeves Fourth Race— Sidney Lucas, Andes, Cathedral Fifth Race— Moncreith, Elkin, Teuton. Sixth Race— Dissolute, Allie Hale, Fleeting Moment. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; traek slow. First Race— 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Belling. Ind. Horses Ago Wt. Hdcp, 16642 Trebor 5.. ..124 705 15239 Goose Liver 6. ...124 695 16464 David 8. ...124 725 16639 Plymouth 5. ...122 650 16627 Frank Wagner 5. ...119 640 1663* Scota S....104 625 16632 Lampwick 3. ...104 675 16632*Tildee 3.... 99 709 Second Race 1-a Mile. 2-year-olda. AUowauoes. Ind. Horsee. color, sea Apedigr ee. Wt. Hdcp. l«630»Zack Ford 118 675 1 16592MtripeB 115 695 Hill .ard b. c, by Top Gallant —Ida Green US 16569 Gale Todd 113 . ...( 16630 RedSignal 113 685 16630 St. M«rcos 113 700 16551 Wild Pira.e 113 675 16551 Janowood 110 650 Princess Mai 110 , Third Bace— Short Cuurxe, 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap, Steeplechase. Ind. Horses Age Wt. Hdco. 1S628 Jack Hayes 6. ...148 625 i (16628)Van Brunt 8.. ..142 . ...635 ) 16628 Brakeman 9....142 650 » ' 16653 Joe Boil 6. ...137 575 ( 16629) Veyageur 5.. ..132 615 16628 At Reeves 4.. ..ISO 625 10977 Bleakmore 6. ...130 600 Fourth Race— I Mile. Clubhouse Handicap. Value $1,000. 3-year-olds and upward. (16534)Andes 4.. ..US 746 16594 Wolhurst 6.. ..Ill 730 (16643) Sidney Lucas 3... .100 750 l«644»Cathedral 4.... 96 740 16654 Frelinghuysen 3.... 90 720 Fifth Race-1 3-8 Mile*. 4-year-olds and upward. Belling. 166272 Albertvale 6. ...107 720 166152Elkin 6....107 720 (16653) Moacreith 6....107 725 (16607)Jim Conway 6. ...104 685 7103 Massacre 7. ...104 650 165933Scbool Girl 5. ...102 720 16653 BanquoII 6.. ..102 710 16521 Nailer 4.... 97 680 16617 Etidorpha 4.... 97 695 166532Teutons 4.... 97 720 Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. BeUiug. 16682 Dissolute 112 725 16496 BarneyF 112 695 16616 Trickem 112 675 166433 Matt Simpson nz tW 16588»3idarth 112 710 16448 Balkan 109 685 16632 George 109 685 16554 Contessa 107 705 16632 Fleeting Moment 107 710 16559«Allie Hale 107 720 16559 Onoto 107 675 entered today. Don't fail 15 TO 1 to a winner call or at sand Oakland for it. yesterday Every and two at New Orleana. Next good thing Monday. Handioap on all races. Telegraphed by noon to any part ef United States. $1.90 daily or $5.00 weekly. AMERICAN HORSEMEN'S AGENCY Smite S16, 107 Dearborn St. Judge Warded, Pat Garrett, Sidney Lucas, Rachael C, St. Cuthbert, Lucidia, Horton and Headwater And a later telegram on IT. W. Bre-1* are the positive winners we had yesterday. We xxpect three aure winners for Satarday. 8100 to any one vh in misled by this Bureau. $1. Per Day. $4. Per Week. Wired by noon. THE AMERICAN TURF BUREAU. Room 611, 22.J Dearborn St.. Chicago, 111. 25T01SHOTTODAY At New Orleans. We have absolutely RELIABLE information from best informed at tne track that this special trick is OUT FOB THE MONEY. A valuable opportunity. Embrace it and finish the week BIG WINNER. Ready at 10 a.m. $1 00 daily, including handicap. Six cays $5.00. Chicago Tarf Advisory Co.. Room 707, 225 Dearborn St.. Chicago, 111. SPECIAL TODAY. Our 15 to 1 chance starts today. Get it. It ia the great chance of 1900. Handicap on mil races or wired at 9 am. Terms $1. daily; $4. weekly. RACETRACK SSSS± SUITE OOO, 263 DEARBORN ST., Tel. Harrison 1580. CHICAGO, ILL. Goodwin's OFFICIAL 19TH Turf Guide YEAR. MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER. A VALUABLE ADDITION MADE. A Form Table to Each E veit which shows exaot position of every horse which was either 1st, 2d, 3d or 4th at each quarter pole, also positions at start. Important notes added when required. Event! reported from ali parts of the country and Canada. Issued the 1st and 15th of every month. PRICE 60 CTS EACH For sale at til principal hotels, newsstands, racetracks aud publishers' offloe. GOODWIN BROS., 1,440 BROADWAY, NEW TORS Page  Faught, T. P., Red, yellow sleeves, sash and cap. . Forsythe, J. W., Blue, white sash and cnffs, brown cap. fi. Gering, F.. Canary, black yoke, black cap. Grimsley fe Miller, Yale bine, red sleeves and cap. Gorman & Neal, Black, old gold stripes, crimson sash and cap. Gabriel, William & Co.. Blue, old gold stars, blue and old gold cap. Gwynn & Co., Purple, old gold sleeves, blue cap. Griffin, H. T., Red, blue sash and cap. Griffin, W. R., Scarlet, blue sash. Garlike, A. L., Purple, white sash, old gold sleeves and cap. Glasscock, Ira, Green, blue cap. Gardner & Sibley, Red, yellow bars on shoulders, yellow cap. Graves, E. T., No. 1., Blue, orange stripes, green and orange cap. Graves, E. T., No. 2., Cherry, white cuffs and collar, white and cherry cap. Goldblatt, Mrs. M„ Golden brown, red sleeves, cream sash and cap. H. Hiner, D. & R., White and black sash and cuffs, black and white cap. Hopper, E. C, Orange and green stripes. Hughes. M. S., Bottle green, white sash and cap. Hammond. F. C, Black, yellow yoke and cap, black sleeves. Hirth, J. P., White, blue sash, red cap. Hoffman, Wood, White, American flag on back. Hume, P. H., White, violet stripes. Hennessy, R. M., Red, white and green hoops, green sleeves and cap. Hume, B. T., Purple, old gold collar, cuffs and cap. Herron, J. E., Black and white halves, red cap. Heffron, P. H. & Co., Yellow, red sash. Hogan & Muldoon, Black, lemon sleeves. Havill, G. B., Black and magenta halves, black hoops and bars, black and magenta cap. Hayes, W. M., White, blue sleeves, red shoulder braces, red cap. Henry. Mrs. C, Navy blue, white, horseshoe on baok . white cap. Hickey Brothers, Red, yellow sleeves. Hoffman, E., Purple, yellow sash, white cap. Haas, L. J., Green, orange sash, cuffs, collar and cap. Holtgrewe, F. W., Baby blue, yellow sash and cap. Hendrie, George, Tartan, yellow sleeves and cap. I. Irons, D. A., Royal purple, white sash, red cap. Irion, S. M., Dark blue, golden brown cap. J. Joplin & Grundy, Red, black cap. Jordan, W. J., Red and white stripes, white sleeves, red and white cap. Jackson, W. H., Jr., Yale blue, white stripes, white sleeves, blue cuffs and collar, blue and white cap. Jurisich, Joseph, Red, white sash, blue cap. K. Eeene, J. O., Burnt orange, black sash, cuffs and cap. Kelly, D. W., Old gold, black sash, old gold cap. Kane, William, Red, white sleeves, blue and white cap. Kahn. M., Green, pink sash and cap. Kneuker, George, Red, white stripes, blue cap. Kelly, P. T., Green, old gold cap. Kuhl, Chas. I., Green, white shoulder straps. harp on back. Kennedy, John, Blue, white atripes, red cap. \ L. Leonard & Morgan. Canary, double green sash, green cap. Leroy, H. S., White, blue "L" on back. Lyle & Cooper, Sky blue, white sash and cap, Leach, George fe Co., Orange, black yoke and cuffs. Logan, Milan O., Black, orange sash, orange bars on sleeves, orange cap. Lamasney Brothers, Red, black sash and cap Lynch, J. A. & Co., Orange, green sleeves, white cap. Lyles. Mrs. M. C, Lilac, white V's on back, white bars on sleeves, white cap. Lund, George, Old gold, white sleeves, yellow cap. Liger A Dean, Yale blue, cherry cap. Laird, W. H., Red, white stripes, red and blue sleeves. Lambertson, S. N., Cerise, navy blue cap. Leigh, H. E., Canary, black stripes, black sash, canary cap. Lewis & McAllister, Blue, white sash, red cap. A. McCafferty, A. C, Blue, red sleeves, blue and red cap. Magee. T. A., Maroon, gold taseel on cap. McCafferty, J. J., Parple, gold shoulder straps. Mulay, George & Co., Orange, green cuffs and cap. Miles, Thomas, Orange, black cap. . Meyers, H. B. & Co.. Cherry, white cap. Morris, A. H. & D. H., Scarlet McNaught, James, Red, green bars on sleeves, green star on back, green cap. May, W. H., White and orange stripes. Maginnis, A. U., Blue, white star on back, red cap. Minton, J. B., Green, old gold sash and sleeves, white cap. Maratou. J., Black, green sash and cap. Murpby, K. J., Old gold. McCormick, J. J. & Co., Green, yellow sash and oap. McDonald, J., Purple, old gold sleeves and cap. McDonald, Charles, Green, with red stripes, groan cap. Maloney , John, White, purple braces and cap. Miller, M. D.. Green, pink sash, white cap. Meyers, Frank J., Purple, gold sash, white cap. Marsh, S. M., Black, green sleeves and cap. Morgan, Mrs. H. & Co., Black, orange polka dots, orange cap. McPhereon, J. & Co., Yale blue, pink and green cap. McHale, T. J., White, red polka dots, white cap. McLean, C. F., Canary, scarlet cap. McConnell, Mace, Purple, green sash, purple and green cap. Morse & Patterson, Black, blue cuffs, sash and cap. Mitchell, George, Orange, red and black cap. McCord, E., Red, green hoops and cap. H. Nepper, Thomas, Silver, blue cap. Newall, Homer M., Royal purple, white chevrons on sleeves, purple cap. Newman, A. H., Cherry, cherry and green cap. Novatny, Joseph, White, red sleeves and cap. 0. Oxnard, H. T., Green, white sleeves and cap. Organ. J. J., White, pink sash, green sleeves and cap. Owen, James, Blue, red cuffs, black and red cap. P. Patterson, C. T.. Green, red sleeves, white cap. Plack, Otto, Red, blue sleeves and cap. Price, J. H., White, red braces and cap. Poole, G. W., White, blue sash and cap. Plecque, A. J., Green, red stripes and cap. Phillips, W. E., Black, red cap. Parish, William, Jr., Red with black stars. Pillott, Louis, Green, letter "P" on back, white cap. Payne, A. D., Blue, grey sleeves, white cap. Paxton, R. D., Green, wine sleeves. R. Rossner Brothers, Black, cardinal yoke and cap. Reagan, Frank, Maroon, blue sash and cap. Riddle, H. C, Blue, gold shoulder straps and cap. Robinson, H., Purple and white halves, purple and white cap. Roche, William J., Pink, blue bars, red cap. Ross, T. L., Royal purple, orange yoke and cuffs, royal purple and orange cap. Rodgers, Mose, Orange, black hoops on sleeves, white cap. Rodegap, John, Orange. Rembert fc Horner, Red, green hoops, white cap. Rosenbaum &, Co., Lavender, black stripes on sleeves, black sashes and cap. Rold Bros., Cerise, green cuffs and cap. S. Shorthore, F. E., Black, green sleeves, black cap. Stubbs Brothers, Orange and black halves, orange and black cap. Schorr, J. W. & Son, Orange, black sleeves, white cap. Schorr, John F., Orange, black sleeves, red cap. Smith, J. H., Old gold, red sleeves and cap. Smith, WiMiam D., Purple, yellow cap. Sellers, B., Yellow, black cap, gold tassels. Smith, Fran*, Yellow, blue sash and cap. Schuiz, H. C, Gold, red, white and blue sash, blue cap. Shadley, W. H., Red, blue sash, red and black cap. Stark, M., Green, red sash, green and red cap. Smith, E F., Cerise, green diamonds, cerise and green cap. Scoggan, H. J., Stars and stripes, blue cap. Simons, H. fc Co., Cerise, yellow yoke, cerise and yellow cap. Strode, J. W., Navy blue, white cap. Settle & Co., Old gold, silver cap. Schulte.W. F., White. Steven, T. H., Black, old gold sleeves and cap. Stringer, W. D., White, blue sleeves and sash, red cap. Stone. Kinzea, Magenta, black cuffs, monogram "S. K." on back. Sayre, W. H., Orange, black sash and cap. t. Tholl & Vestal, Old gold, black sleeves, yellow cap. Tucker. R.^Blue, white stripes and cap. Twaddell, H. G., Cherry, red and white cap. Thompson Brothers, Red, white and blue stripes, white sleeves, blue cap. Tucker, J. C, Orange, blue UT" on back. U. Urbanski, Frank, Red, white eagle on back, wmte sleeves, black cap. V. Yolini, C, Black, blue sash, black and blue cap. Yansant & Childs, White, red sash. W. Williams. C. H.. Navy blue, white sash. V aido, D„ Blue, white sash, blue and white caD. Wachter, E. G., Red and white stripes, red cap. Whiteside, J. J.. Red, black sleeves, old gold horseshoe on back, green cap. Weston, A. G., Red, old gold sleeves and cap. Waltriug & Yeager, White, cerise stripes, blue sash and cap. Woodard & Anderson, Cherry, blue hoops on sleeves, blue cap. Williams, L. S., White, red maltese cross en back, redcap. Walsh, J., Blue, old gold bars on sleeves, white cap. Westeriield, R. M., Black, yellow stars. Woodford fc Buckner, Pink, black sleeves and cap. Waddell Bros., Cherry, black sash, white cap. PEHSOSN RILED OEF. Covington, Ky., Jan. 31, 1900. ^ me of the following rulings : Jockej Dorehand indefinitely suspended. Jockey J. Harshberger suspended until April 1, 1900. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., January 22, 1900. I have received from the Crescent City Jockey Club notice of the following rulings : J. A. Price, steeplechase jockey ruled off December 27, 1899. J. D. Clayton, trainer, indefinitely suspended January 5, lfeOO. R. Sheppard, jockey, indefinitely suspended December 12, 1889. A.J.Wallace, owner, indefinitely suspended December 12, 1899. J. Cunningham, jockey, ruled off December 16. 1899. Virgie O., b. m, 5, by Trafalgar— Lady O'Fal-lon, entry refused for balance of meeting January 5, 1900. St. Lorenzo, ch. c, 4, by St. Leonards— Dart Maiden, entry refused and barred from all privileges December 23, 1899. George Lee. br. g, 5, by St. George— Levee, indefinitely suspended December 12, 1899. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., January 24, 1900. The following are rulings by the Crescent City Jockey Club:. . J. Dyment, trainer, suspended indefinitely from all privileges. Fred Perkins, b. c, 4, by -,_«_, Perkins— Our ~ Freddie, suspended indefinitely. Entries of other horses in this stable regardless of ownership are suspended for remainder of meeting. E. C. Hoppek, Secretary. Covington, Ky., December 28, 1899. The Crescent City Jockey Club notifies me of the ruling off of jockey J. Cunningham. The Crescent City Jockey Club has raised the suspension of jockey E. James. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. 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. Hopper. Secretary. Covington, Ky., July 25. 1899. The following persons have been ruled off and suspended by the St. Louis Fair Association : 1897— C. Johnson, jockey, Dick Young, Bradford Blevins, Jerry Downing, trainer, ruied off. Dr. C. S. Herbert (alias) J. C. Davis and O. A. Arthur, trainer, and H. L. WTasson, agent, account. Little I Am ringing case. 1898— The following jockeys were indefinitely suspended: A.Warren, C.Clay, Tip Leigh. J. Sneil, 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. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., 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. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 2, 1899. The following jockey licenses have been re voked by the License Committee on recommen dation of the judges of the Chicago Jockey Club, viz.: F. Rutter, Charles Melton. T. McNickle. E. C. Hopper. Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 16, 1899. I 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. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., August 22, 1899. The Chicago Jockey Club notifies me of the following rulings : Jockey T. Bisping, indefinitely suspended. Wood Hoffman, owner, fined $100 and hie stable suspended for hirty days for misrep e-sentation in Duffy license case. The License Committee has revoked Bisping's license on the recommendation of the judges oi said Jockey Club. E. C. Hopper, Secretary Covington, Ky.. Ausrust 25. 1899 The Harlem Jockey Club notifies me of the ruling off of Jockey Jesse Everett for purposel: riding to lose Lord Zeni. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Sept. 7, 1899. The Chicago Racing Association has raised the suspension of Jockey A. Eggerson. J£. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., 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. £. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., September 25. 1899. The following are recent rulings of the Chicago Jockej Club now in force: John R. Beck ley's trainer's lioense revoked; D. J. Leary, trainer, ruled on. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky„ September 28, 1899. During the meeting of the 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. Horse Tulane's entry refused for inconsistent racing. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. W. Beauchamp, jockey, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, .secretary. 1 have just received the following rulings from the Crescent City Jockey Club: C. Combs, jockey, suspended indefinitely from all privileged. E. James, jockey, suspended indefinitely, for foul riding. R. Troxler, jockey, ruled off. J. Troxler, agent, suspended from all privileges indehnitelj . M. Dunn, jockey, suspended indefinitely. All of these occurred in 1899. E. C. Hopper, 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. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, October, 19, 1899. Jockey John Morrison, indefinitely suspended by Harlem Jockey Club has been reinstated. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., September 16. 1899. The following persons have been ruled off by the Chicago Jockey Club: Jockeys E. Royce and W. Nutt. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., October 4, 1899. The application of J. McDonald for jockey license has been refused. 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. Ezell against the Harlem Jockey Club, we are of the 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 he 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 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. N athanson 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 the following, viz : Jockey William Bloss ruled off for fraudulent riding. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., 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. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., November 11, 1899. The 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 heating and Charles Keating. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Jan. 26, 1900. I send you herewith proceedings had at the meeting of the Committee on Appeals, held January 25, at the office of the Congress, this city. The full committee, composed of E. F. Clay, George G. Perkins and George J. Long, was present. E. ir. Clay was elected chairman. The appeal of W. H. Snearley was tiled away. The horse R. Q. Ban was found not to be outlawed. In the case of Ezell against Harlem Jockey Club either party was given right to appeal to Congress from former ruling of committee. Same order in case of K. S. Gardner against vV ashington Park Club. The appeal of jockey Clint Dugan was referred back to Chicago Jockey Club. Same order in case of jockey Frank Rutter. The ruling of the Chicago Jockey club in the Oconee case was affirmed. P. M. Civill, who brought suit against Chicago Jockey Club and thereby became ruled off, the suit having been dismissed, the committee reinstated said P. M. Civill, as of January I, 1900. Appeal of jockey C. Combs was filed away. The dispute between E. C. Headley and Baker & Gentry over the services of the boy, George Caldwell, was decided in favor of E. C. Headley, who held the contract on the boy. The ruling against W. Nu;t by the Chicago Jockey Club was affirmed. The ruling against R. F. Myers by the Chicago Jockey Club was affirmed. The ruling against W'ood Hoffman by the Chicago Jockey Club was affirmed. In the appeal of W. & A. McGuigan from the ruling of the New Louisville Jockey Club, directing them to pay John Morrison $65*9.50, ruliiiL' ot said Huh was aHirmed. The Committee, having been asked by the Tennessee Breeders' Association for an opinion in regard to naming of the stakes to which the Congress makes donation, decided that the woras "Turf Congress" mast appear in the name of such stakes. John Huffman, having appealed to the committee and asked that the Chicago Jockey Club be compelled to return to him the amount of certain forfeits collected from him, it was decided that Huffman owed the forfeits and should mot have money refunded. The following persons, who raced at the Ohio State b air of 1S99, where it was claimed that electric light racing was given, were reinstated : Owen Bradley, Bert Rankin, J. W. Mann and C. H. Porter. The committee has not the power to leinstate horses. The Committee, having been asked to construe Rule 18 and to decide whether or not persons expelled for causes other than fraua prior to January 1, 1900, were affected thereby, construes said rule as follows : "it is the judgment of tbe Committee on Appeals that under the power of the Turf Congress to regulate racing and to determine what persons and horses shall participate therein, Hule 18 applies since January 1, l'JOO to all horses and persons ruled off or expelled lor any cause prior to said date. The appeal of T. H. Cook from a ruling of Pacific Coast Jockey Club was filed away. Several cases are still in hands of the committee, but will be decided in a few days. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. DECLARATIONS DIE. March 1, 1900. The Kentucky Derby $30 The Clark Stakes au The Kentucky Oaks 25 April 1, 1900. The Latonia Derby 30 The Himyar stakes m The Latonia Oaks 20 lilll.Mi DATES OF 1900. Tanforan Park, Cal Feb. 12-24 Tanforau Park, Cal May 12—24 Little Mock, Ark March 20— 31 Memphis, Tenn April 5—27 Tanforan Park, Cal April 9— 21 Nashville, Tenn April 28— May 5 Newport, Ky April 28— May 19 Louisville, Ky May 3—19 St. Louis, Mo May 12— Aug. 24 Highland Park, Mich June 14— 27 Washington Park. Chicago — June 23— July 21 Highland Park, Mich August 16— 29 Page  NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. MCW ORLEAN8, LA.. Febraary 9.— Sixty-second day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather cloudy ; track heavy . Presiding Judge, B. W. Simmons, Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Haclng itarta at 2 :00 p.m. KIR3T HACK— 3-4 Mile. Parse 1250. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 16651 Ind Horses A Wt St * tt H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C lMlPAGITATOR 8 105 2 S 2« 22 U Roland J G Lyle 1 11-107-107-10 16644 BEM FROST 5 1C2 3 4i 1* 1* 2* Miller J H Smith 20 50 20 50 16507 TOM KINGSLEY 5 102 5 2 4 42 33 Wed'strandW H Williamson 4 5 4 4 16631 DR. PARKER 4 102 1 11 3* 32 42 Slack W C Daly S 6 3 5 15173 JUDGE MAGEE 4 99 7 7 7 5i 5$ Sbaw M Bowen & Sob 40 40 40 40 12201 CLARENCE K. 4 106 6 62 5« 7 «i Clawsoa Wallace & Perry 40 50 40 50 14202 OSAGE 4 100 4 52 62 61 7 Mitchell Settle & Co 20 30 20 30 Time, 26, 51}, 1 :18t Winner— Ch. b, by Exile— Athlene. Went to post at 2:00. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. Agita-toi was much the best and went to the front when ready and could have won farther away. Ben Frost ran a good race and finished stoutly. Tom Kingsley did not run his race. Dr. Parker showed a dash of parly speed and then retired. • Overweights— Clarence B , 4 pounds; Osage, 3. Agitator, place, out. Ben Frost, place, 10 to 1 ; show, 3 to 1. Tom Kingsley, place, evens ; •how, 1 to 2 SECOND RACK— « 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 16652 lad Horses A Wt St K ft * StrFin Jockeys Owners OHLC 1S586 GRATIA 103 35 22 22 i» Wea'strandM Hogan 16-5 16586 GRACE LOGAN 103 61* 41 32 21 Mitchell Mrs J C Tucker 6 16233 IRENE HAYES 103 11 12 li J 3" Daggett J Hayes 15 15991 OPHK.LIA 103 5» 53 4» 45 Hothersall T Licalzi 6 16571 CLARA M. 108 7 62 6io 51 J Waldo Mrs M E Frost 3 16508 LOR A 103 2+ 32 53 6io phaw C E Mahoue « 16090 SCHLETBTTE 103 4" 7 7 7 Boland J E barling & Co 5 Time, 25*. 52;, 1 :22i, 1 :30 Winner— B. f, by Onondaga— Glenala. Went to post at 2 :35. At post 2 minutes. Start bad. The first four were driving hard at the finish. Irene Hayes tired at the end after showing well to the stretch. Gratia and Grace Logan had a bumping match tnrougb the last sixteenth. The latter would have wan in a few more strides. Clara M. was practically left at the post. Gratia place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Grace Logan, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Irene Hayes, show. 2 to 1. Clara M-. place, evens; show, 1 10 2. -| /*/» ST !£ THIRD BACK— 1 1-8 Miles. Purse $250. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling- Ind Horses A Wt St St H. H % StrFin Jockeys Owners OHLC 165932 MONCREITH 6 114 6 S3 74 7» 2" 1» Mitchell J Murphy 2 24 2 2 166422TEDTON8 4 102 7 1" 21 1h li 2i Flick T E Barrett 6 6 5 6 (16571 1 R'SH KIELDS6 113 9 4» 3h 5« 4 k 31 Vandusen S J Charles 3 34 3 16-6 16619 BANQCO II. 6 107 10 61 63 64 6" 41 Boland W Gabriel 5 6 5 6 16005 MONONGAH 4 104 3 4h 3»i 31 5* Wed'strandG Malay & Co 8 12 8 10 16627 SWOBD3MAN 6 107 2 1" 21 910 61 Blair E T McConnell 50 100 50 100 16629 POSSUM 5 107 11 11 8 8 7 7" Geifar T L Boss 15 40 15 40 16629 BR'T NIGHT 4 107 1 3- 5 8 J Miller J H Smith 8 12 8 10 165S5 8UN GOD 4 102 8 10 10 9 Sbaw R S Donaldson 30 60 30 60 16627 JOE BELL 6 104 4 5" 8 10 McGinn B W Denefe 50 150 50 150 110*9 J. SULLIVAN 6 109 5 64 11 11 11 Mason W Leonard 60 150 60 150 Time, 271, 544, 1 :22, 1 :48s, 2 :C3t Winner— Br. h, by Jim Gore— Bagpipes. Went ta post at 4 :05. At post 2 minutes. Start good. It was a driving finish. Moncreith and Teutons fought it out all through the last furlong. The former only got up in the last stride. Swordsman rau a much improved race and showed speed for seven furlongs. Banquo II. hung at the end. It was a weak effort on Rush Fields. Scratched— 16617 Etidorpha, 102. Moncreith. place, 4 to 5; show, 2 to 5. Teutons, place, 2 to 1: show, evens. Rush Fields, show, 1 to 2. FOURTH RACK— 7-8 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. 16654 Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt Ht \i H K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 166062COMPENSATION 4 183 .03 6 4" 414 41 3" 11 Boland B E Beach 2 2 8-5 8-5 168312 STRANGEST 4 103 3 61 6" 6* 62 24 J Miller J H Smith 2 34 2 18-5 16618 TOM COLLINS 5 95 4 51 12 13 14 34 Dominick W H Fizer & Co 5 6 5 6 166172GEORGE B. COX 5 90 2 7 5a 7 7 41 A Weber A G Weston 10 15 10 15 16631 PROMPERO 4 95 5 2" 7 54 54 54 VVed'strandR Congdou & Co 6 6 5 6 166322FREYL'GRUYS'N 3 914 7 34 32 3« 4» 6h Sbaw T A Magee 7 12 6 12 fl6632)AVATAR 3 92 1 12 2i 2h 2™ 7 J Waldo I F Coles 15 30 15 30 Time 2B», Dli, 1:JU. 1:33. Winner— B. c, by Tournament — Citronella , Went to post at 3:35. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won handily; the next tbree were driving to the limit. Tom Collins was tired out forcing tbe pace in front and quit when challenged. Compensation was best and cam9 away when called on. George B. Cox was messed about all the way. He would have beea a contender with a good rider up. Strangest ran his race. Avatar end Frelinghuysen had enough after going three-quarters. Overweights— Frelinghuysen, is pounds. Compensation, place, 1 to 2; show, out. Strangest, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Tom Collins, show, evens. 16655 FIFTH RACK— 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A W( St V, H « StrFin Jockeys Owners OHLC 15572 EVELYN BYRD 102 76 16 11 Mitchell F C Moshier 3 3 166292WATER CREST 110 61 4» 6" 2»* Clawson H B Meyers & Co 24 2 2 16081 BLARNEYrfTONE 103 31 32 i»« 3»i Moody F Beagan 12 20 16595 FLIRTATION 95 24 2" 84 44 A Weber B Sellen 15 30 16591 DOMUZETTA 1C5 4- 6* 52 Aker Stout & Littrell 15 20 16595 RED GIDD 100 5hk 5«i 42 Patterson Waddell Bros 20 20 16639 DOM I MS 107 13 11 8 J Waldo T H Stevens 15 30 16437 VICE REGAL 100 12 10 9 9 McGinn W J Smith & Co 30 30 16644 TINKLER 107 1 12 11 21 Slack W C Daly 10 12 166203 B. OF HOLMDEL5 105 2 8 11 11 Newcom F DeSuia 5 8 16572 IMPROVIDENT 4 1024 8 9 10 10 Boland L Ressegaet 8 8 18603 RBEFER 5 98 14 14 12 12 Dominick R E Maddox 20 60 16353 NEL.MCDONALD5 98 11 13 13 13 Bradford A R Pirtle 30 50 16135 COSBILLO 4 100 10 12 14 14 Wed'strandM L Kunti & Co 150 50 150 Time, 254, 504,1:044, 1:19. Winner— Ch. f, by Perkins or Rowland— Evelyn. Went to post at 4 :10. At post 8 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly. The next three were driving. Tinkler showed the most early speed bat tired badly at the end. Blarneystone sulked 'when Moody drew bis whip. Evelyn Bird and Water Crest worked their ways cleverly through the bunch and finished strongly. Flirtation ran a good race and will bear watching. Scratched— 16320 Wilfrid Laurier, 100. Overweights— Improvident, 24 pounds Evelyn byrd, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Water Crest, place, 4 to 5; show, 2 to 5. Blarney, atone, show, 3 to 1. 16656 SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ina tlorses A Wt St g H ii StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 t 16603) B LI THEFUL 5 107 3 5« 3™ 22 1« II Sbaw R E Watkins 9-5 3 9-5 2 16554 riORRBL ROSE 3 92 6 4" 62 53 63 24 A Weber H Gwynn & Co 8 4 3 4 12033 ROUND O. 3 94 5 32 22 43 5" 3» W Jones Settle & Co 30 60 30 60 16828 J OLIOS CAESAR 5 107 7 64 53 3" 31 41 Mitchell W Cahill 8 8 6 8 16619 OUR LIDA 4 100 8 8 7 64 4" 52 J Waldo F M Switzer 15 25 15 20 16632 GR4.NDBCR 3 92 1 1" li 12 21 6= Wed'strandThompson Bros 4 4 3 3 16531 CrilCOPEC 5 109 2 2« 2»i 4" 4u 7 7 7 Daggett Brown fc Boles 6 6 4 5 15197 FORENSIC 4 110 4 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 Gordon M L Kintz & Co 20 40 20 40 Time, 26i, 53i, 1:21,1:50. Winner— Br. in, by Major Domo — Blithesome. Went to post at 4:45. Atpust 6 minateb. St ■■.rt gtod. Won easily ; second the same. Blithe- ful was easily bast and cams away from the others without an effort in tae run home. Sorrel ■MM finished strongly- Ju.iu Caesir an -ig in iln 1 ml fo v y drdj. Roaad O. got np and beat him out in the last stride. Grandear ran well to th9 stretcn. ' Scratched-16591 Mnrat. 112; 16317 Little Billy, 104. Biitheful. place, 4 t o 5: show, out. Sorrel Rose, place, 3 to 2; MjOV, 3 to 5. Bound 0., show, & to 1. Grandeur, place, areas; show, 1 to 2, ALL THE TURF NEWS PERFECTLY EDITED... §• DAILY RACING FORM. TORM SHEETS AND ENTRIES EXPERTLY INDEXED TELEGRAPHIC CORRECT, CONCISE, COMELY TRAINING NEWS A SPECIALTY ' AH Tracks are Fully Reported. OFF OUR OWN PRESSES BEFORE THE CHICAGO DAILIES ..OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN TDRF CONGRESS.. SUBSOSIPVION PRICE*: OSB MONTH 11.85 ORE TEAR $14.00 SIX H0HXH3 • - - 7.50 Seat as first-class mall--a letter-In plats eorelope. ...124-126 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO. ILl iSd^^M OOPLANPS STUP 15 JULE* r*GJA ST LOUIS ON THE WABASH 6arnzy SomeisRrts MOPCLPIKM The Choicest of Australian Blood. Foul Shot, BY MUSKET-SLANDER. (Ithuriel Touchstone, by Camel ' Longbow Verbena, by Velociped. (■ire of Feu de Jois). (Miss Bowe Catton, by Golumpus. Tranby's dam, by Orville, (Pantaloon Castrel. by Buzzard. .Legerdemain, (Csarwitch) Idalia, by Peruvian. (Decoy , Filho-da-Puta,by H'ph sar4 Si Finesse, by Peruvian. r-s (Melbourne Humphrey Clinker. bvC'mna $13 Weat Australian Cervantes mare. s -■ (Derby aud St. Leger) . ( Mowerina Touchstone, by Camel. ^ 'Jl o 9 ■ Emma, by Whisker. (Camel Whalebone, by Waxy. 3 . Brown Beta . Selim mare. a M (Daughter of , Brutandorf, by Blackloek. o Mrs.Cr'icksh'nkSjbyW'lb'tfc (Canteen , Waxy Pope, by Waxy. ("Calendar (Imported) . Castania, by Gohanna. ( Hamble tonia Stamford, by Plenip'tentiary Harmonica, by H'mblet'nian (Troa (Imported). Priam, bv Emilius. a I Caaaaudra 1 Ally, by Partisan. (Alice Grey *Kous Lmigrant, by Pioneer ♦Uulnare, by YoungGohanua (The Colonel Whisker, by Waxy. Cap-a-pie (Imported). Delpini mare. (Sister to Cactus. Sultan, by Seiim. Duchess of York, bv Wait. (Dover I Touchstone. Bell Brand. Verbosa. (Sophie Skilhinda. Sallie Brass. 'Imported. BARNEY SCHREIBER, BRIDQETON, MO, Page  Northern Racing Circuit ....OF 1900.... ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900. FIVE IMPORTANT MEETINGS. HIGHLAND PARK, DETROIT, JUNE 14 TO 27 AND AUGUST 16 TO 29. THE TUBF CONQBE8S STAKES ($2,600 Added)— F»r three-year-olds. $10 to accompany if for $3,000, veiaht for age. Allowances : 1 lb. for each $2E0 to $2,000; 1 lb. for each $100 to $1,000; tbe Domination; $75 additional to start. ($l,C0t added by tbe Club and $l,CO0 by tba Tnrf Con-greet), 2 lbs. for each $100 to $100 Seven Fnrlongs. of which $350 to the second and $150 to the third, and $680 to be apportioned as folic wa : TBE BANNEB STAKES, $1,000— For two-year-olds. $5 to accompany the nomination; $40 40 per cent,, 20 per cent, and 10 per cent, to tbe trainers of the first, second and third horses, ndditiopal to start. The valne of tbe stake to be $1 000, of which $700 to first. $200 to second and respectively, and 15 per cent., 10 per cent, and 5 per cent., respectively, te the jockeys riding them. $100 to third. To carry 115 lbs. Winners ef two sweepstakes to carry 7 Ids. extra; of three, 10 Winners of a race of $1,000 value in 1900 to carry 5 lbs. extra, or t» o races of the aggregate value lbs. extra. Non-winners of a sweepstake that have cot won three races (selling parse races excepted) cf $1,800, 7 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a raca cfll.OCO value in 19G0 allowed 5 lbs.; if pdcc have not allowed 7 lbs; mnidene. 12 lbs, Four and a Half Fnrlongs. won three races, 7 lbs. ; two races, 19 lbs. ; maidens, 10 lbs. ; beaten maidens, 20 lbs. One Mile and THE OAKLAND HANDICAP, $1,000-For three-year-olds and npward. $5 to accompany a Sixteenth. tbe nomination; $40 additional to start. The valne of the stake to be $1,000, of which $768 to first, THE HIGHLAND PABK STAKES (Selling). $1,000— For three-year-olds and npward. $5 to $200 to second and $108 to third. Weights to appeer three days prier to the race. Winners after accompany tbe nomination ; $40 additional to start. The value of the stake to be $l.C0O. of which publication to carry 6 lb» extra. Acceptances to be made throngh entry box the day preceding $700 to first, $200 to second and $100 to third. Tbose entered not to be sold to carry 5 lbs. extra; the race. One Mile and an Eighth. FORT ERIE, ONTM JUNE 30 TO JULY 21 AND SEPTEMBER 1 TO 22. CANADIAN DERBY, $2.000— For three-year-old foals of 1897. $10 to accompany the nomination; tion: $40 addltiona I te start. Tbe value of tbe stake to be $1,000, of wbieh $700 to first, $200 to $75 additional to start. The valne of the stake to be $2,000, of which $1,560 to first, $350 to see-end second and $100 to third. Nen-winners ef a threeyear-old stake of $600 value allowed 7 lbs.; of and $150 to third. Winners of a tbree -year old stake of the valne of $1,000 to carry 3 lbs. additional; two races in 1899 of any value, 16 lbs. ; maidens. 15 lbs. One Mile. of two stakes in 19C0 ef any valne, 5 lbs. additional. Non-winners of a stake of $038 THE BUFFALO STAKES, $1,600— For two-year-olds. $5 to accomoany the Domination; $40 valne in 1900 that have not won tbree races this year allowed 7 lbs. Beaten non-winners in 19M additional te start. Tbe valne of the stake te be $1,600, of which $7C0 to first, $2C0 to second allowed 12 pounds. Beaten maidens, 20 lbs. On* Mile and a Quarter. and $100 to third. Winners of twe sweepstakes of $000 valne, or one of $1,500, to carry 3 lbs. extra. THE NIAGARA STAKES (Selling) $1,000— For three-year-olds and npward. $5 to accompany Non-winners of foar races that have not won a sweepstake allowed 7 lbs. ; of two races, 10 lbs. tbe nomination; $40 additional to start. The valne of the stake to be $1,000. of which $700 Five Furlengs. to first, $200 to second and $100 to third. Those entered for $3,000 to carry weight for age; 2 lbs. THE SWIFT STAKES (Selling) $1,600— For three-year-olds and npward that have never wer allowed for each $500 less to $2,000; then 1 lb. for each $200 less «o $1,000; 2 lbs. allowed for e»ch a race of $800 value. $5 te accompany the nomination: $40 additional to start. The value of tbe $100 less to $700. Starters to be named, with telling price, the a y preceding the race, One Mile stake to be $1,000, rf which $700 to the first. $200 to the second and $100 to the third. Those entered and an Eighth. rot to be sold to carry 5 lbs. extra; if for $3,000, weight for age. Allowances : 1 lb. for each THE CASCADE STAKES, $1,000— For three-year-old fillies. $5 to accompany the nomina $250 to $2,0C0; 1 lb. for each $100 to $1,000; 2 ids. for each $100 to $4C0. Six and a Half Furlongs. BEL AIR PARK, MONTREAL, JULY 26 TO AUGUST 11 THE WINDSOR HOTEL HANDICAP STAKES, $1,000— Fer three-year-olds and upward. year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination; $40 additional to start. The value of $6 to accompany the nomination ; $40 additional to start. The value of the stake to be $1,000, of the stake to be $1,000, of whieh $700 to first, $200 to second and $100 to third. Those entered fer which $100 to first. $200 to second and $100 to third. Weights and declarations to appear two $2,560 to carry weight for age. Allowances: 2 lbs. for each $250 to $1,500; 1 lb. allowed for each days prior to tbe r* ce. One Mile, $100 less to $1,000; then 2 lbs allowed for each $100 lest to $500. Starters to be named, with the THE PLACE-VItJEB HOTEL STAKES, $1,000— For two-year-olds. $5 to accompany the selling price, the day preceding the race. Seven Furlongs nomination; $40 additional to start. The valne of the stake to be $1,000, of which $700 to first, THE MONTREAL HUNT CLUB HANDICAP 8TEEPLECHASE. $1,000— For fonr-year-olds $300 to second and $100 te third. Winners of sweepstakes of $1,000 value te carry 3 lbs. extra ; of and npward. $20 to accompany the nomination; $40 additio na: to start. The value of the stake two of any valne. 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a race of $500 allowed 5 lbs. ; of two races of any to be $1,060, of which $700 to first, $200 to second and $100 to third. Weights and declarations to. value. 7 lb*.; maidens b»aten two or more times, 15 lbs. Fonr Furlongs. appe ar two days prior to the race. Short Course, About Two Miles. THE FOBE3T AND STBEAM BTAKES (Selling) $1,000— A selling sweepstakes for three- Address entries and communications to WALTER O. PARMER, secretary and manacir. 213 HAMMOND BLDG, DETROIT, MICH ..Chicago Jockey Club. RACE COURSE AT HAWTHORNE. STAKES TO CLOSE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 FOR SPRING MEETING OF 1900. THE HAWTBOKNE TUBF CONGRESS ditional to start. To the winner, $1,500; to the THE SPECULATION STAKES (8elling), to the second, $250, and to the third, $150. 8TAKE8 OF 1900. (Handicap)— Estimated second, $800, and to the third, $200 A winner $2,000— For 3-year-olds and upward. Entrance, Horses entered to be bold for $3,000 to carry valne. $3,000. For 3-year-olds and upward. in 1900 of a race of the value of $3,000, or of $10erch: $50 additional to start. To tbe winner, weight for age; if entered to be sola for less to Entrance, $10 esch: $?0 additional to start, three races of the value of $900 each, to carry 5 $1,500; to tbe second. $800, and to the third, be allowed 3 lbs. for each $500 down to $1,500. $2,C00 added ($1,CC0 by the Chicago Jccbey Club lbs. ; three races rf the valne of $2,000 each, in $200. If entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry then 1 lb. allowed for each $100 to $800. Starters and $1,0C0 by the Tnrf Congress), of which $300 1899 and 1900, 7 lbs extra: other horses that weight for age; if for less, allowed 2 lbs. for to be named and selling price stated through to the second and $150 to the third, f worth horse have net won in 1900 a rare of the value of each $500 to $2,000; thfn 1 lb. for each $200 to the entry box at the usual hour of closing on to save starting fee, and $500 to be apportioned $1.2(0, allowed three lbs.; of $1,060, 5 lbs.: of $1,000. and 1 lb. for each $100 to $500. One Mile. day preceding the race. Five and One-half Furlongs. as follows : 40, 20 and 10 per cent, to tbe trainers $700. 8 lbs. ; of $500 12 lbs. : of $400, 15 ibs. One THE JUVENILE 8TAKE8, $1,$0C— For 2-yearolds of the first, second and third horses, respectively, and One-eighth MIIps. (foals of 1898). Entrance $10 each to THE HAWTHORNE STAKE8, $1800— For aDd 15, 10 and 5 per cent., re-•pective'y, TBE FLIGHT STAKES (Selling). $2,000— accc mpany the nomination; $50 additional to 2-year-olds (foals of 1898). Entrance $10 each; to the jockeys riding them. Weights For three-year-olds and upward. Entrance $10 start. To the winner, $1,400: to the second, $50 additional to start. To tbe winner, $1,400: to be announced three days prior to the race. each; $50 additional to start. To the winner. $250, and to the third, $150. A winner of two to the second, $250, and to the third, $150. Non-winners Winners of a race after publication of weights $1,500; to the second, $300, and to tbe third, $200. stake races of any value, or one of $1,000 value, of two stakes of any value (selling (selling races excepted) to carry 5 lbs. eztia. Horses entered not to be sold to carry weight to carry 3 lb*, extra; ef two of $1,000 valne, 5 races excepted) allowed 5 lbs ; of one stake of Acceptances to be named throngh the entry for age: if entered to be sold for $2,500 to carry lbs. extra. Non-winners of $500, allowed 3 lbs.; any value (selling races excepted) allowed lO box on day preceding tbe race, those so named 5 Ibj. below the fcale; if for less allowed 2 lbs. maidens, 5 lbs. ; if beaten maidens, 8 lbs. Five lbs. Beaten meideDs allowed 15 lbs. If such to be liable for starting fee. Oce Mile and One-sixteenth. for each $300 to $1,300; then 1 lb. allowed for Furlongs. maidens have started in a stake race since May-1. each $100 to $800. A winner of a race of tbe THE TE8T STAKES (Selling), $1,800— For 2-y 1900, and have not been placed, allowed 3 lbs. THE JUNE STAKES, $2,C00— For 3-year-olds value of $1,500 since May 1, 1900, to carry 5 lbs. ear-olds (foals ef 1898). Entrance $10 each; additional. Five Furlongs. and upward. Entrance, $10 each; $50 ad extra. Six Furlongs. $50 additional to start. To the winner, $1,400; NOTICE TO NOMINATORS No entry Wl11 beaccePted for these stakes except with the understanding, and upon the agreement of each nomi- 1 — " nator, that the decisions of the Judges with respect to all questions relating to the racing, or the interpretation of the conditions of stakes, shall be accepted as final. In all selling sweepstakes, more than two horses can be named by the same nominator, but onl) two in the same interest can start, although the starting fees must be paid for all named. Entrance Fees Must Accompany Nominations. Stakes for the Summer and Autumn Meetings will be Announced in June* Address entries and communications to E. T. FRANKLIN, Actina Secretary, Lock Box 845, Chicago, III.