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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 3, 1900 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1900 drf1900030301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 3, 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  VOL,. VI. NO. 53 CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. PRICE, 5 CENTS CHICAGO'S STAKES TO CLOfeE. Local admirers of racing will await with interest the promulgation of the entries made in the Harlem and Lakeside stakes which closed Thursday. In Borne measure they will serve as an inr*ez to th- majority of the Washirgton Park and Hawthorne stakes which close next Wednesday. They will, however, afford no clue to American Derby probabilities for the reason that they include no stake exclusively for three-year-olds. No matter what racitg prospects other local stakes may present, the American Derby is the central event which overshadows all in importance. Tke entries that may be awarded this great race will be scanned with the keenest interest. Wbat the local patrons of the sport most keenly desire is that at least a portion of the stars of last year's racing over the New York tracks will be entered. There will be general jubilation if the names of Mesmerist, Chacornac and High Order should appear in the list wben Secretary Howard announces the nominations to the American Derby of 1900. So far ag western available material is concerned it may be assumed with reasonable confidence that tho names of Kilmarnock, Sam Phillips, F. W. Brode, Lieutenant Gibson, Waring, Advance Quard, Yellow Tail, Erwin, Sidney Lucas, Thrive, Lamplighted, Mark Cheek, His Excellency, The Unknown, Florizar, Sam Fallen, Gold Or, Flaunt, Avenstoke. Kentucky Farmer, Prince of Melbourne and Star Bright will figure in the entries, and no one need wish to go farther to secure a high class field. If Mr. Corrigan should conclude to forego his projected trip to England his great colt Golden Rule will alto no doubt be nominated. And since there is the precedent of Modesty having captured the first American Derby, while Miss Ford, Wary, Los ADgeleB and Retrieve landed in the first three in their respective years, there is no reason why snch fine fast fillies as Anna Bain. Lady Elite, Elizabeth Kl in, Ida Ledford, Alice Tnmer and Maud Wallace should not have a try for the fame and fortune attending the diepoeal of the chief event of the western turf. With only five more days remaining, horse-owners who aspire to win their share of the valuable events prcffered by the Washington Park L d Chicago Jockey Clubs have but scant time left in which to decide upon the stakes in which their chances for success appear the most promising. For all ages and all classes there is certainly enoutth variety and enticement in the following splandid array : Washington Park: The American Derby, three-year-olds, 112 miles, $10,(00 added. Sheridan Stakes, three-yearolde, 1 1-4 miles, $2,CC0 added. Englewood Stakes, three-year-old fillies, 1 mile, Sl.i.CO added. Drexel Stakes, three-year-olds, 1 mile, $1,500 added. Midway Stakes, three-year-olds and upward, 1 1-16 miles, $1,500 added. Oakwooo Handicap, three-year-olds and up-waid, 1 18 miles, $1.l00 added. Great Western fltndieap, three-year-olds and upward. 1 1-2 miles, $2,000 added. Turf Congress Handicap, three-y6ar-olds and upwaid, 1 116 miles, $2,000 added. Wheeler Handicap, three-year-olds and upward, 1 1-4 miles, $4,C0O added. Lakeside Stakes, two-year-old fillies, 5-8 mile. $1,500 added. Kenwood Stakes, two-year-olds, 5-8 mile, $1,500 added. Edgewater Stakes, two-year-olds, 5 1-2 fui-longs, $1,500 added. Quiskstep Stakes, two-year-olds, 1-2 mile, $1,500 added. Hyde Park Stakes, two-year-olds, 3-1 mile, $2,C00 added. The Chicago Jockey Club's list is not so im-poBiug, but it iB very good us a forerunner of the greater array that will be announced in June, and is: Hawthorne Turf Congress Stake', three-year-olds and upward, 1 1-16 miles, $2,000 added. June Stakes, three-year-olds and upward, 1 1-8 miles, $2 000 guaranteed. Flight Stakes, three-year-olds and upward, 3-4 mile, $2 000 guaranteed. Speculation Stakes, three-year-olds and upward, 1 mile, $2,000 guaranteed. Juvenile Stakes, two-year-olds, 5-8 mile, $1,800 guaranteed. Test Stakes, two-year-olds, 5 1-2 furlongs, $1,800 guaranteed. Hawthorne Stakes, two-year-olds, 5-8 mile, $1 800 guaranteed. GOSSIP OF THE TUKF. Passing Btrange is the change in Tod Sloan, the most widely known jockey in the world. He returned to New York yesterday after a long holiday in the west. Somewhere in the great big west he left the snobbish little fellow with tense drawn face that horsemen of two continents for long years have known as Tod Sloan. He has come back a new man — as quiet in dress as he ever was in conversation, as modest and unassuming in manner as the quietest boy in the town, and fresher of face and healthier looking than he ever was before. This Sloan horsemen who called on him in the Imperial Hotel last night greeted with pleasure. The celebrated jockey had many callers. Not one of them failed to remark how much improved in health he seemed to be sines last fall, when he passed through this city on his way from London to San Francisco. All were at a less as to what to ascribe the change —the glorious climate of California or the chastening feeling which must have followed fast on the realization of the fact that he was not the only jockey ia th* world, and that Lord B6resford could afford to disp'ecsa with his services. When Sloan last passed through this city on his way to England he was under contract to ride the Beresford horses. This time he is unfettered. He is not under contract to any owner, English or American. He goes to England to ride as a free lance, always with the understanding that Lord Beresford will have first claim on him while he remeins in England. And he may not remain in England long. If events do not chape themselves to suit bim over there he will return to this country and ride the season out here. If he can secure accommodations, he will be a passenger on one cf the steamers sailing Saturday. If not, he will remain here another week. — New York Press. A special from Nashville to an eastern newspaper says: "The three stakes opened by the Tennessee Breeders' Association for the spring meeting, scheduled for April 28 to May 5, closed to entries Feb:uary 24 with a good showing for each event. The list of nominations for the Turf Congress Special includes such three-year-olds of good class as The Conqueror. Ida Ledford, F. W. Brode, Sam Phillips, Admiral Schley, Oweneboro. etc. The list for the Country Club Stakes shows such useful horses as Sea Lion, Mr. Bcfliu, Lizzie McCarthy, Ida Ledford, O.ik Main, Pharaoh, Our Lizzie, Bell Punch, The Conqueror, Damocles, Ocie Brooks. Rosy Morn and Lizzie Kelly. A large number OONTJNUKD ON SKOOND PAGK. OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAL., March 3.— Eighty-third day. California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather cloudy ; track faet. Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Ferguson. Racing starts at 2 :15 p. m. Recall flag is used. 1/^OrTpr FIRST RACE— 5 l-» Farlongs. Purse $300. 3-year-oldB. Selling. lad Horses _ A Wt Bt STjjTjj BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 168643 MOUNTEBANK 109 5 22 P 11 l» Powell M Fialnn 4 44 4 44 168512COMING EVENT 105 3 52 41 4« 21 .Jenkins Kerr & Gould 4 4 3 3 (16777)BEAUTIFUL SILLU2 6 3» 32 34 3» Piggott I Morehouse 4 44 4 44 16135 GUNDAVA 107 4 42 52 51 4* Hinry P E Jones 5 7 5 7 16281 BONA 102 8 1 6« 6t 52 J Martin G Rider 20 40 20 40 16659 ANTLER 110 10 9 7 7 6"' Ruiz Atkin& Lottridge40 40 30 30 LOUISE HAYMAN 108 2 12 U 24 71 Shaw Dallas Stable 8 15 8 15 16717 HAR. THATCHER 109 7 64 8 8 82 T Walsh Caesar Young 4 54 4 54 162732MANDAMU3 107 1 8 9 9 9- E Ross Mrs E J Schwartz3 15 8 15 167093FRANK DUFFY 104 9 10 10 10 10 Voght J S Dougherty 30 100 30 100 Time. 244 49.1:014.1:08. Winner — Ch. c. by Montana— Pearl. Went to post at 2 :15. At post 8 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second handily. Monnte-bink is good and was favored by good racing luck. He was drawing away at the finish. Coming Event ran a fair race and had a rough journey. Baauiifnl Biil did his best and closed strongly. Louise Hayman showed fine speed for a half mile bat was suort and quit in the stretch. Scratched— 168513Abongine, 109; 16794 Nance O'Neil. 107. Overweights— Coming Event, 3 pounds; Antler, 1; Louise Hayman, 1. Mountebank, place, 2 to 1 ; show, event. Coming Event, place, 7 to 5; show, 3 to 5. Beautiful Bill, show, 4 to 5. 1 fiQr7££ SECOND RACE— S-* Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Md Horses A Wt St V4 4 X t tr Fin Jockeys OwnerB O M L C 16»0i MATT HOGAN 3 93 3 51 82 34 1" T Walsh C E Durnetl 8-5 8-5 7-5 7-5 168S2 OBION 6 105 5 21 24 2» 22 Jenkins F W Doss & Co 7 12 6 12 16864 MA FAD A 7 108 4 11 12 11 314 Mo.-s-i Mrs E J Schwartzl2 20 12 20 16832 L'DY BRITANNIC 6 103 6 42 5" 4« 41 J Martin G W Scott 16828 DO LORE 6 103 7 7 61 64 52 Buchanan J M Crane 15 16807 DOG TOWN 5 111 8 8 7 7 64 Piggott B Flynn 5 168192DUKK OF YORK 5 111 2 m 3h 4" 5h 72 E Boss I Morehouse 8 1670S MANZANILLA 113 1 1 10 10 9 9 8i Henry E M James 40 166333 JACK MCCABE 4 102 10 64 8 8 91 Powell G Berger 15 15361 BONIBEL 4 100 It 11 11 10 102 Lo«ue Caesar Young 60 16633 PAT MURPHY 8 108 9 9 10 11 111* His Hyler Hyler H H L L Jones Jones & & Co Co 50 100 50 100 (5688)ODD8 ON 5 111 12 12 12 12 12 12 Thorpe Thorpe W W J J Taylor Taylor 8 12 12 Time, 24i, 48i. 1:014. 1:14. Winner— B. g, by Wagner— Miss Bight. Went to post at 2:45. At post 12 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; secoud easily. Matt Hoffaa showed speed and courage end is a much improved colt. Orion hung on well and it was a sudden awasening in his case. Mafada displayed fine speed for five furlongs but tired in the stretch. Dnke cf York did well for the same distance. Overwi ights — Matt Hogan. 2 pounds; Pat Murphy, 3. Matt Hogan, place. 7 to 10; show, 1 to 8. Orion, place. 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5. Mafada, show, fttol. THIRD RACE— 1-3 Mile. Purse $350. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 16877 Ind tlO|-g«h A Wt St M M X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 165271QAM& WARDEN 113 3 21 24 lit Thorpe Buins&VVatern'se7-5 9-5 1 9-5 16*403 A PHBODI-* 107 4 34 31 214 E R as Burrganie3tkF'm4 4 4 4 16754 GIRLY DUCAT 102 7 41 44 32 T Walsh W L 8tanfield 7 8 7 16670 PARSIFAL 10i 2 7 7 4i Buchanan R Van Brunt 30 80 60 168 3 COUNTESS CLARA 104 8 8 8 52 Powell OFRooney 8 10 8 1685* ON TIME 105 10 Jenkins Cawbnd e 8table7 8 8 16853 GLADIA 110 9 101 10 7 j £ Junes E F Mmith 15 30 13840 SPINDLE 116 6 62 61 8 Spencer WB JanniDg?&Col0 15 16827 BILLY LYONS 110 11 11 11 9 Ruiz Alameda Staole 25 60 IMPONENTE 115 5 51 5h 10 Henry J N Burk 10 10 167903FOLLOW ME 112 1 11 1" 11 Bozeman S Merriwea:her 30 60 LI3B1E ELKINS lib 12 12 12 12 H Shields E W Newth 20 25 Time. 24. 264. 5Gi. Winner— B. g, by Take Notice— Teal Went to post at 3:20. At post 5 minutes. Start good, Won easily; sesond the same. Game Warden was best and easily drew away when challenged by Aphrodis near the close. Aphrouis ran to her best form. Girly Ducat ehowso considerable" speed and has improved. Parsifal came from far back when in the homestretch Follow Me ran a fast first qaarter. Overweights— On Time, 4 pounds; Glaoia. 4; Billy Lyons, 1 Game Warden, place, 4 to 5; show, 1 to 3. Aphrodis place, 3 to 2; show, 7 to 10. Girly Ducat, show, evens. 1 HK7S FOURTH BACB—1 Mile. Purse $350. 3-yaar-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St ^ % \ Btr Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C (lSer,9)FLO«ABIBD 117 4 11 1« U bpencer W F Schulte 24 24 7-5 7-5 16843 WATEBW1CK 109 3 52 41 23 Millet Cti'th're&SuieldslO 25 10 25 ( 16845) K AC HAEL C. 1C9 1 41 gl 31 Thorpe Bnrne&Waterh '803-2 11-53-2 11-5 ( 16730) CttOTKAU 112 2 2h 3« 42 Ross E Hubball 8 10 6 10 16777 M1LDBED HUGHES 97 5 3h 21 513 J Daly W M Murry 30 60 30 60 LETIGER 99 7 7 54 6" Phelan W & C T Boots 40 80 40 80 16829 MONT EAGLE 109 6 6« 71 721* Henry C P Fink 3 4 3 4 15927 8IKEL DIAMOND 112 8 8 8 tE F Smith 40 190 30 100 Time. 26i. 50*. 1 :161. 1 :43 Winner— B. c, by Florist— Canary. Went to post at 3:55. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won eaaily : second the sams. Flora-bird was much the best seemingly but the race was a poor one. Water wick was taken wide and badly ridden bat was running fast at the end. Rachael C. was cut off twice in the first throe fnrlongs and ran below the mark. Chotean showed speed but tired in the stretch. Mildred Hughes did well for six furlongs. Latiger also showed a flash of speed. Mont Eagle ran a bad race and can do better Ovt-rweights— Rachael C, 2 pounds. Floraoird. place. 1 to 2; show, out. Waterwiek. nlaca. 8tol: show. 3 to 1. Rnchnnl r. I show, 2 to 5. Mont Eagle, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2 Page  VjL Ml 1 M WMMLM \ Record. VOL. II. SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. NO. 9. American Turf Congress Record SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. ISSUED WEEKLY. The Record is the Official Organ of the American Turf Congress. Published for the Congress by Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 124-126 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Editor, F. H. Brcnell. CHICAGO, ILL., MARCH 3, 1900. the ancBCTj ture congress. President— W. F. Schulte, Louisville, Ky. Vice-President— James Howard, Chicago, 111. Treasurer— O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ivy. Secretary— K. C. Hopper, 513 Madison Avenue, Coving. on, Ky. Assistant Secretaby— John Dillon, 513 Madison 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. Tennesaee 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. George G. Peeking, Covington, Ky. George J. Long. Louisville. Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Mubphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. E. C. Hopper. Covington. Ky. Chaeles F. Price, Louisville, Ky. Committee on ttules. Jo . A. Murphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Tarlton, Frankfort, Ky. S. C. Hopper, Covington, Ky. WASHINGTON PARK CUB. President— Chaeles D. Hamill. First Vice-President— Samoel W. ALLERTOf Second Vice-President— Henby J. Maofar land. _ _ _ Third Vice-President— Georoe „ E. P. Dodoe. Foubth Vice-President— 1 . Mare Cummings. Treasurer— John R. Walsh. Sbcbetaby— 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. Ailerton, Henry J. Macfarland, Georgo E. P. Dodge. D. Mark Cummings John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert VY. Ruloson, Albert S. Gage. Gustavus A. Schwartz, Lawrence A. Young, J, Henry Norton. The first six are ex-oilicit m«mb«rg hLMKKt ASSOCIATION. President— Col. M. M. Young. SECRETARY— C. F.McMEEEIN. Lexington, Ky. HAKLfcM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge— Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter— Richard Dwyee. secretary— m.n athanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President— George Campbell Brown. Secretary and Treasurer— J. \V. Rum&wubm. Nasiiviiie, 1'eiui. Executive Committee -A. H. Robinson, chairman , May Overton, Andrew Marshall. NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. President— S. R. Montgomery. First Vice-President— F. G. Jones. Seoond Vice-President— Napoleon Hill. Third Vice-President— R. B. Snowden. Fourth Vice-Pbesident— O. H. P. Piper. Treasueer— John M. Peters. Secretart— M. N. M acfarlan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building, Executive Committee— 8. T. Carnes, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones S. R. Montgomery, ex-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB President— George M. Hendrie. Vice-President— John W. Price. Treasurer— Geoege M. Hendrie. Secretary— Walter O. Parmer. Detroit, Micb Executive Committee — George M. Hendrie John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. Ol'EEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) President— R. W. Nelson. Vice-President and General Manages- F. F. Fowler. Treasurer— Frank P Helm. Secretary— Shebidan Clark, a88i8tant secretary— rogeb sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Ky NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President— W. F. Schulte. Vioe-President— W. E. Applegate. Treasurer— Charles Bollinger. Secretary— Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. President— 8. N. Anurous. Vice -President— Henry J. Crockeb Secretary— F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal WESTERN TURF ASSOCIATION. President— W. J. Martin. Vice-President— Chas. F. Gardner. Secretary— F. H. Green, Parlor A, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. President— Robert Au£l. First Vice-President— August B. Ewing. Second Vice-President— Charles Clabb. Thibd Vice-Pbesident— James Campbell. seoeetaby— Joseph a. Mubphy. Treasurer— W. M. Lock wood. Board of Directors— L. M. Rumsey, Robert Aull, J. M. Sellers, Charles Green, Roila Wells, William Nolker, D. R. Francis, James Campbell, C. C. Maihtt, C. H. Turner, A. B. Ewing and Charles Clark. Fair Grounds, 8t. Louis, Mo LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. Pbesident— John C. Sheblock. Secretary— Edward C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. President— Richard Fitzgerald. Presiding Judge— James H. Rees. Starter— Richard Dwyeb. Seoeetaby— Harry Kuhl. Room 403 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President— 8. M. Apperson. Secretary— Joseph E. Martin. Little Rock, Ark. DECISION ON APPEAL. Covington, Ky., Feb. 14, 1S0O. On the appeal of F. W. Doss & (Jo., from the decision ol the stewards of the Western Turf Association, awarding purse to the horse Dunblane in race run at Tanforan, December 5, 18«9, the Committee on Appeals of the American Turf Congress has rendered the following opinion: "*ir. W. Doss A. Co. complied fully with Kulo 70 in making entry of their horse, and, so far as the papers show, in registering with the secretary; but Jennings was not part owiier of "Dunblane" and the ontry of the horse in the name of Jennings only was not in conformity with that part of Rule 70, requiring every entry to be made "in the name ot a person Having ownership in tHe horse," Jennings' interest in the horse "Dunblane" was in the winnings only, which, by Rule 51 does not constitute him an owner, 'ihe protest of Doss A Co. was proper and should have been sustained. The liuding of the Western Turf Association is reversed and that a-sociatiou will pay first money of the purse to said Doss it Co. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. THE "RULED OFF" LIST. LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. William Brannon, for connection with Polk Badget ringing case. ST. LOUIS JOCKEY CLUB. F. H. Hazenfeld, owner, and horses Alibi, b. g, 8, by Miser— Acquital ; Biscayne, b. h, 6, by Glenelg— Delphine; Catskill, b. c, 4, by Glenelg — Delphine ; Colonel Barrett, b. g, 6, by Rossing-tou— 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 OOAST 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. DETBOIT JOCKEY CLUB. J. M. Cooper, alias "Bozeman." 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. HAWTHOBNE (CHICAGO BACING ASSOCIATION.) 1892-J". Mara, Snider and S. Bell, jockeys, ruled off. 1893— W. Feeney, L. Daly, A. Gregg, W. Hig-gina, 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 Stock well; Aucile, alias _Dan 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 Jila 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. ( oughlin, owner and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreek, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster -Coots, ruled off. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. RACING DATES OF 1900. Tanforan Park, Cal Feb. 12-24 Tanforan Park, Cal March 12—24 Little Rock, Ark March 26—31 Memphis, Tenn April 5—27 Tantoran Park, Cal April 9— 21 N ashville, Tenn ..April 2S— 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 10— 29 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. Abadie, Mrs. M., black, red letter ''A." on back, B. Batcheler, H. T., Blue, white cap. Bertonuiere, E. fc 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 andjellow sash across shoulders, red cap. Buschmeyer, C. F., Cuban red, white sleeves and cap. Brown, J. E., Green, red sleeves, orange cap. Burns, M., Blue, redsleeves, white sash 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. fc Co., Blue, white sash and cap. Bagley, N. R., Red, orange hoops, orange cap. Bowen, M. & Son, White, red sash, green sleeves and cap. Bolich, R. G.. Purple, orange sleeves and cap, American flag on back. Brown, A. & Co., Black, red sleeves, white cap. Blanchard, E. & M., Pea green, pink cap. C. Cotton, W. E., Scarlet, green sleeves and cap. Cahill, W., Blue, red sleeves, blue bars 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 tassel. CiviU, P. M., Blue, old gold sleeves, white cap. Charles, 8. J., Green, yellow sash, black and white cap. Clark, A. C, Cherry, Orange sash and cap. Curry, Gil, Purple, green cap. Calvert, T. G.. Violet, green sash, cuffs and cap. Call, John, White, black sleeves. Conigan, Ed, Green, white sash. Cantrell, J. M., Yale blue, orange ball on back, red cap. Conners, W. J.. Green, red letter "C" on back, red and green cap. Cabirac, A. B., Black, blue sash. D. Dunne, P., Green, white cap. Duffy & Behan. Red. white and green. Davis, J.& C, Black, red sleeves, red and black cap. Deakin & O'Hern, Green, yellow sash, white cap. De Verne, D., Green, white sash, red cap. Desha, Hume. Turquoise blue. De Witt, C, Blue, white polka dots. DeNeffe, B. W., Black, orange sash, black cap. Doyd, E., Green, white hoops, green and white cap. Dyment, N., Green, orange sleeves and cap. Daly W. C, Red, green cap. Daussat, 8., Red, yr llow cap. Dwyer, J. W., Purple, old gold sash, green cap. Donovan, R. W., Peacock blue. DeArman, John Black, yellow hoops, and sleeves, yellow and black cap. E. English. R. W., Canary, cherry cap. Everhart, Jack, Black, white sleeves, red cap. F. Fuqua, W. M., Blue, 'etter "O" on back, yellow sleeves, red can. Frisbie A Co., Cherry, green sleeves and cap, cherry bars on sleeves. Frost, Airs. M. E.. Old gold, black sash, red cap. Fant, E. V., Pink, blue sash. Forsythe, Robert, White, purple dots. Farrell, J. D. & Co., Black and white diamonds, red, white and blue cap. Fleming, J. A Co., Blue, red crescent and white star on back, black cap. Foster &. Brumtield, Garnet. Fessenden, W. C, Brown, white sash and cap. Fizer fc Co., Red, blue sleeves, white cap. FredmaD & Hess, Plum, blue sleeves and cap Faught, T. P., Red, jellow sleeves, sash and cap. Forsythe, J. W., Blue, white sash and cuffs brown cap. ' Page  DAILY RACING FORM AND f HE AHSRICAR TORF CONGRESS RECORD. I33UED EVERY DAY. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN TCRF CONGRESS. DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. A daily teflection of the Americas Turf by Telegraph Editor and Proprietor, F. H. Brtjnell. A88O0IATB EDITOE, CLINTON C. ElLET. Secretary. Mrs. F. Ii. Brtjnell. 1154-126 FIFTH. AVENUE, CHICAGO, iLL. - -. ■ COPYRIGHTED. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1900, by Frank H. Brnnell, u the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, U S. A. (The chart numbers of Daily Racing Form nut not be used They are copyrighted daily and will ba keenly protected). 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The first volume of 1899 Annual Racing Form, containing the charts from January 1 to July 1, 1899, in soft morocco covers, with a linen paper Index lettered and reinforced for hard use, is reedy for delivery. The Yearly costs $20. Volume 2 will be delivered to subscribers by January B, 1900. The two volumes of the Annuel will not be sold separately. FEBRUARY AN1 OTBER FORM BOOKS. February books of Form Charts in paper cover are on sale. They contain all the Form Chf.r's of all tracks from February 1 to February 28, inclusive. Price, $1.00. Reliabie Information.... With epeci 1 correspondents at San FrancUco and New Orleans, we are having iamenaa success and give a number of lsng shots every week, Several good things today, including winner of the BURNS HANDICAP. Terms $3 00 weekly or $10.00 par month for both tracks. WESTERN IN EOLATION BUREAU, R «rm 89, 184 Dearborn Street, Chicago. TWO SPECIALS FOR TODAY. Two good things daily or money refunded. SI. 00 per day ; $1.00 per week. Wired by noon. THIS AWIBRIUANTURF BUREAU. Room 6H, HI Dearborn t»u, Chicago 111. 10 TO 30 TO I CHRNCE. Onr advertised good tning is entered today. This is a rare chance for turf followers. We wilt also give you the winner of the Burns Handicap today. Two snaciai itooi things for Monday and Tuesday. Handicap on all racea ready or wired at 9 a.m. $1,00 daily: $4.00 weekly. rtaice track iNroRPi7rrioN bureau 8UITE 500, 863 DBAKBOKN ST., Tel. Harrison 1580. CHICAGO, FIX. St. Louis Horse Racing IN BirREiu1!ON GOOD THINGS FROM I Terms $1. Per liar. BOTH TRACKS | $5. l er Week. 731 Pine St., Rm. 3, 2d Floor, St.Loale, Mo. Turf Exchange at Romeo. Commissions on New Orleans and San Francisco Races. Special trains on Santa Pe R. R. leaves Polk Street Depot at 12:40 p. m. and 1:30 p. m., stopping at Halsted Street and Ashland Avenue. Specials return at 5 p. m. and after last San Francisco race. Regular train at 1 p. m. stops at all stations, returning at 3:53 p. m. Fare on Special Trains 50 Gents. Improved Accommodations. GOSSIP OF THE TURF. (Continued from 1st Page.) of two-year-olds are entered in the Street Railway Stakes. "Ida Ledford, Sidbow, Woodtrice and Moss-witt will be shipped to Memphis the latter part of March to fill their engagement at Montgomery Park. Sidbow, Woodtrice and Ida Ledford are entered in the Turf Congress Stakes at that track. Judged on appearance these three are not far from a race. ''Both John W. Schorr and George Bennett, the Memphis turfmen, have engaged stalls at Cumberland Park, and their strings will be shipped here in advance of the spring meeting." AMERICAN RACING RULES OF 1900. The 1900 edition of the American Racing Rules, published by Sacretary E. C. Hopper of the American Turf Congress, is out and can bo pent by mail to any address from this office fur 25 cents. The book contains the racing rules as amended to January 1, rasing colors as registered and bolt in? roles, and a digest m index form which is a guide to all the book's contents. NEW ORLEA^b FOJ3K. New Orleans, La., March 2 —The form of Saturday's New Orleans fields is: First Race — Fleuron, Miss Mae Day, Miss Dede. Second Race— Choice, Mose3, Gale Todd. Third Race— Cheesemite, Van Brunt, Phil Becker. Fourth Race— Eva Rice, Al Fresco, Wolhurst. Fifth Race— Yuba Dim, Little Siagar, Hush Fields. Sixth Race— L. T. Caton, Nellie Prince, Elkin. Seventh Rece— Prince Real, Racebid, King NEW ORLEANS £j"'i'Wl*'8 Probabilities: Weather clear; track good. First Race— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds, Allowances. Ind, Horse* Age wt, Hdcp 168572 Miss Dede 112 705 16860 Miss Mae Day 112 720 168U3jamaica 112 685 168383Flenron 112 725 15068 B ldown 105 675 16870 Lunar 105 700 16857 Aurea 105 695 8econd Race-1-2 MUtt. 2-year-olds Allowances. Ind, Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. ♦Gray Dally 113 Siddara 113 168482Choice 113 700 Bonnie Hallie, cb. f, by Bondholder— Sidda Hallow 110 16858 AnxiouB 110 660 16772 Moses 108 675 16848 Clara David 105 650 16809 Gale Todd 105 670 16809 Frank Johnson 105 650 16784*Miss Zara 102 645 16592 Miss Connelly 102 660 16848 Janowood 102 640 16809 Frances Beis 102 655 *F. Reagan entry. Third Bace — Short Course- 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Steeplechase. Ind. Horses. Ag re. Wgt. Hdcp. 165572Chee*emite 4 ....150 650 16762 Van Brunt 8 ....137 640 16861 Jim Hegg 9 ....135 625 16810 PhilBecker 8 131 630 16845 Princess Murphy 4 ....130 600 Fourth Race— 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. The Oakland Handicap. Value $1,000. (16786) Wolhurst 6. ...Ill 735 167863A1 Fresco 5.. ..103 740 168498Eva Rice 5. ...101 750 168492Sidney Lucas 3.... 98 730 16824 Jackanapes 5.... 94 720 Fifth Race— 1 3-8 Miles 4'year-olds and upward. Sailing, 168352Banqno II 6. ...105 705 168713Yuba Dam 6... .162 725 168623 Rush Fields 6. ...102 710 168453Goose Liver 6. ...102 700 (16862)Admetus 6. ...102 700 16859 Possnm 5. ...100 665 168853 Pat Garrett 4.... 97 705 16823 False Lead 4.... 97 700 16835 Nailer 4.... 95 675 16835 Babe Fields 6.... 95 660 16812 Etidorpha 4.... 95 675 16845 LittleSinger 5.... 95 715 Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling, 167392Elkin 6. ...134 680 (16787)L. T. Caton 6.. ..181 700 16825 Banrica 5.. ..129 670 16837 Covington Ky 6. ...126 645 168613Zolo 6. ...126 670 16861 Everest 6. ...126 655 16716 Rebus 4. ...125 640 167872Nellie Prince 4. ...125 690 16549 Granby 4. ...122 640 16861 Senator Gibson 4. ...122 630 Seventh Race— 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, 165003Manlius 4.. ..110 705 16798 Aator 5. ...109 675 168*9 Rp.cebud 4. ...105 715 16787 Brass 5. ...105 685 168592 King Elk wood 7. ...102 705 167f0 Gomor 9.... 102 650 16860 Inlook 3.. ..100 665 16688 Meddlesome 4. ...100 680 168i4 Nannie Davis 5 ...100 670 16425 Fiuttn 4 ...100 680 16857 Pnac6Re*l 3.... 91 725 1 f S7Q FIFTH RACE-l 1-16 Miles. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. ind Horses A Wt St St g H X Str Fin Jockeys Owners I H L C 168552CASTAKS 5 99 4 1" I* li P 11 1- Phelaa W L Stanfieli 4 5 4 5 16844 EINSTEIN 5 99 5 4h 32 32 2n 31 22 Bassiagur TSaraslnw Bros 25 30 25 25 (16829IWYOMING 7 110 1 3« 4* 51 51 51 S* H Shields J Q Brown & Co 2 21 2 3 168U2PER3EU3 7 110 2 21 2* 21 31 2" 42 Ruiz C-imbrid** Stablest 1 111 16844 TOPMAST 7 113 6 7 7 7 61 61 5i Millet Cir'tb'ra&ShieldalO 12 8 12 168422M. KIV3ELLA5 97 3 51 62 6" 7 1 6* Henry W P Miorran* 8 8 6 8 16598 GAUNTLET 4 108 7 64 51 42 41 44 H Thorpe Bara«&W*tsrh's3 7 15 6 15 167213JENNIEREID4 107 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 T Walsh R Hughes 6 6 « a Time. 24i. 49. 1 :lr.±. 1 -Hi. 1 -17*. Winner— B. g, by Apache -Line. Went to post at 4:20. At past 2 minutes. S'.art good. Wan in a drive; aeooid handily. Castake was lucky, showed the moat speed and hugged the rail throughout, but had ti do his bsst at the end. Einstein ran well and closed strongly. Hia performance was highly acrjbatic. Wyoming was weakly ridden. Persons seemed to find th3 journey too lone. Scratched— 16636 Stromo, 107: 16812 Tewauda, 105. Overweights— Wyoming. 1 pound; Perseus, 1. ^asrans, place, 8 to &; show, 3 to 5. JSinstein, place, 10 to 1 ; show, 4 to 1. Wyoming, show. lto2. rorB^u!, piaca, 1 to 0; snow, a to a. I(l880 SIXTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. In l Horses A Wt St jj K X BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C (166S9) RET ANNA 4 108 2 32 3* m 1" Jeakius F Phillips 8-5 8-5 8-3 8-5 16843 TRUE BLUE 6 111 3 22 21 32 22 Thorpe San.a Clara Stbl 4 5 4 5 168S8 PEACE 4 103 1 12-12 1* 31 Henry Foster & Hackett 5 5 5 5 (16883) MOMENTUM 5 110 5 63 6» 52 42 Roiz A Simons 44 5 4 U 168043 flZONA 3 97 4 52 42 4* 56 j Mtrtin Partington Bros 15 20 15 20 16791 CAPTIVE 7 108 6 7 7 61 6i E Ross P HiHreth 7 7 6 7 16662 TIBUROSf 4 110 7 44 5h 71 75 8nielJ8 P 1? omitn 8 10 6 10 (16833) LOCH KATRINE 3 89 9 8 8 8 81 Ranch L H Ezell 20 25 20 25 16616 MIKE RICE 7 111 8 9 9 9 9 Bozaman T E McLina-hlin 10 fin an fil Time. 24. 48. 1 -11. Winner— B. c, by Tremont— Ella T. Went to post at 4:50. At post 9 minutes. Startfair. Won driving; second easily. Rivaiaa received a grand ride and with it had all he ould do «o win. Trai Blm rallied anlcimi agaiu strongly m t,ne final seventy yards after seeming to b» bsitin. Piacs atnwed pltncy of spied for five and a half furlongs, but qait in tha streten. Momentum closa 1 sturdily tnrjuzu tha las; furlong. Scratch* d— 16804 8ybaris, 105; 16SSS Flamaro, 105; ( 16661) Alaria, 103. Overweights— Momentum, 2 p-mnaa; Tiburoo, 2. Revanua, place, 7 to 10; 8how,ont. True Blna, placa, 8 to 5; ahoy. 4 to 5 Peace, show, 4 to 5. OAKLAND FORM. Oakland, Cal., March 2.— The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is: First Race— Twinkle T wick. Be Happy, Alicia. Second Race — Rio Chico, Ace, Saips. Tbird Race— Z iroaster, Potente. Fourth Race — Dr. Sheppard, Acrobat Rosi-nante. Fifth Race— May W„ Bendoran, Lothian. Sixth Race— Racivaa, Mamie Q.. Montallade. OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy ; track fast, First Race— 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward, Selling. cd. Horses Age Wt. Hdcp. 16863 Campus 4.. ..107 650 16791 well »r 4. ...103 675 16828 O'Connor 4.. ..103 670 16831 J -dgs Wofford 4. ...102 680 16649 Brown Prince 5.... 99 650 16829 Aiicia 7.... 97 685 168^2 Be Happy 5.... 97 690 16649 New Mooa 7.... 97 680 168553Twinkle Twink 6.... 97 700 16852 Euterpe 4.... 85 665 16780 £ynia 4.... 93 670 j 16841 Lma W 4.... 93 66« Seoand Race— 1 1-8 Miles. 3 year-olds and upward, Selling, 16876 Dog Town 5. ...110 685 16842 Tewanda 5. ...187 6M) 16636 Stromo 4.. ..107 670 (168*2) Bio Chico 4.. ..107 700 16794 Tom Calvert 5.. ..107 880 16793 Greyhnrst 6.. ..107 675 168523Ace 8.... 107 693 16873 Snips 5. ...105 685 Third Race— 1 Mile. Match. 168l72Zoroaster 4 ...100 750 168173Potente 5.. ..100 745 Fourth Race— 1 1-4 Milee. 3-year-olds and upward. Burns Handicap. Value $10,000. 168542Arbaces 5. ...122 730 (16854) Dr. 8heppard 6. ...120 750 (16830) Ro»ormonde 5 116 735 (16817)F W.Brode 3.. ..112 710 16Hl7*Advance Guard 3.. ..112 715 16854 DavidTeuny 6.... 108 730 16744 Malay 4....107 725 16879*Topmast 7.. ..106 690 165832 Dr. Nembula 4.. ..106 695 168?.6t01inthU8 4. ...105 720 16671 Rosinante 6... .103 ... 735 168662Acrobat 5 .. 102 748 (16828)!' Pat Morris ?ey 6 ...102 675 16854$ Porte 5.. ..102 !"!.!725 16854 Formero 4.. ..102 720 168543*Erwin 3.. ..100 !!""700 168S63ImperionB g g^ 7Q5 t6874tMonrovia 10 93 715 16?30 Constellator 3.... 85 "'705 168053*Brmn.ilee 3.... 85 ...... ^710 *Carruth*rs & Shields entry. tBrown & Soreckels entry. jB. Sohreiber entry. Horns & Waterhouse entry. Fifth Race— 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward Allowances. 168303 Bendoran 5.. ..119 " 740 16856 Headwater 4 . 107 7»5 (16539)May W 6.... 99 .*'"■• 16854 Lothian 4 97 735 168543Erwin 3.... 86 . ""730 16867 Princess Z'ika 3.... 81 725 Sixth Race— 1 Mile. 4-year -nede and it werr\ Selling. 16198 Dare II 6 113 .. 718 16844 Uarda 5. ...113 ...."705 16X6&2Si8ter Alice 5. ..108 700 16866 Don Luis 5.. ..108 .. ' 705 16844 Morinel 5... .108 710 l68293RHCivan 4....105 "725 18828 Montallade 7. ..101 '.'.'.'.. .715 164J5 Rainier 4.. ..110 690 16879 Mary Kinsella 5.... 99 . . 715 168r 5 Alleviate 5.... $19 705 1B856 MamieG 7.... 97 ' " 720 •68392Glen Ann ... 5 .. 97 '708 Page  G. Gering, F., Canary, black yoke, black cap. Grimsiey & Miller, Yale blue, red sleeves and cap. Gorman ft 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., Bed, blue sash and cap. Griffin, W. B., Scarlet, blue sash. Garlike, A. L., Purple, white sash, old gold sleeves and cap. Glasscock, Ira, Green, blue cap. Gardner & Sibley, Bed, 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 aud collar, white and cherry cap. Goldblatt, Mrs. M., Golden brown, red sleeves, cream sash and cap. Gannon & Crain, Turquoise blue, black cuffs and collar, black and blue cap. Gibson, Duncan. Pink, black cap. Gibson. Mrs. A., Pink, green sash. Grefer, J. & F., Purple, white sash and cuffs, purple and white cap. H. Hiner, D. & E., 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. Horron, J. E., Black and white halves, red cap. Henron, if. a. & uo., leiiow, rea sasn. 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. Harlan, 8. P., Blue, white sleeves, red cap. Hiner, R. J., Orange, yale blue cap, orange tassel. Hayes, J., Peacock blue, red cap. Howell, J. W., Red, orange sleeves, black cap. 1. 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. Johnson, C. A., Orange, red cap. i. Keene, J. O., Burnt orange, black sash, cuffs and cap. Kelly, D. W., Old gold, black sash, old gold cap. Kane, William, Bed, white sleeves, blue and wait* 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 stripes, red cap. Kinney, D., Green, white belt, black cap. Kirwan, W. A., Cherry, black bars on sleeves, black and cherry cap. Kinder, E. B„ Purple, lavender sash and cap. Kiley, T., Black, white sleeves and cap, black bars on sleeves. L. Leonard & Morgan. Canary, double green sash, green cap. Leroy, H. S., White, blue lL" on back. Lyle & Cooper, Sky blue, white sash and cap. Leach, George & 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 & Dean, Yale blue, cherry cap. Laird, W. H., Red, white stripes, red and blue Lambertson, 8. N., Cerise, navy blue cap. Leigh, H. E., Canary, black stripes, black sash, canary cap. Lewis & McAllister, Blue, white sash, red cap. Loupe & Machray, Cherry, black crescent on back. H. McCafferty, A. C, Blue, red sleeves, blue and red cap. Magee. T. A., Maroon, gold tassel on cap. McCafferty, J. J., Purple, gold shoulder straps. Mulay, George & Co., Orange, green cuffs and cap. Miles, Thomas, Orange, black cap. Meyers, H. B. s 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. B., Blue, white star on back, red cap. Minton, J. B., Green, old gold sash and sleeves, white cap. Marston, J., Black, green sash and cap. Murpny, K. J., Old gold. McCormick, J. J. fc Co., Green, yellow sash and cap. McDonald, J., Purple, old gold sleeves and cap. McDonald, Charles, Green, with red stripes, green 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. McPherson, J. fe 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. Moore. E., Maroon, yellow sleeves. McKenna, E. C, White, navy blue sash. McCarren, Hugh Jr., Red, white cap. McLean, Charles R., Red, white sash, green sleeves and cap. Marks, R. W., Blue, old gold cap. Maxwell, A., Orange, black yoke, cuffs and cap. Murphy, James, Green. N. 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. O. 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. Porter, W. A., Cerise, green braces. K. Rossner Brothers, Black, cardinal yoke and cap. Reagan, Frank, Maroon, blue sash and cap. Riddle, H. C, Blue, gold shoulder straps and can. Robiuson, 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, Jonn, Orange. Rembert fc Horner, Red, green hoops, white cap. Rosenbaum 6c Co., Lavender, black stripes on sleeves, black sasnes and cap. Rold Bros.. Cerise, green cuffs and cap. Rea, J. G., Black, lilac sash, red cap. Howe &, (Jlarkson, unite, red sasn, green cap. Rodgers, D. P. & Co., Blue, orange sleeves, black hoops, orange cap with tassel. S. Shorthore, F. E., Black, green sleeves, black cap. Stubbs Brothers, Orange and black halves, oranee and black cap. Schorr, J. W. & Son, Orange, black sleeves, white cap. Schorr, John F., Orange, black sleeves, red cap. amitn, d. H., Uid gold, red sleeves ana cap. Smith, Wiidiam D., Purple, yellow cap. Sellers, B., Yellow, black cap, gold tassels. tomitn, Frank, leiiow, blue sasn ana cap. Schulz, 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. & 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. Silvers, William, Parrot green, white sleeves. Sellers, T. F., White, violet sleeves and cap. T. Tholl & Vestal, Old gold, black sleeves, yellow cap. Tucker. R., Blue, white stripes and cap. Twaddeli, H. G., Cherry, red and white cap. Thompson Brothers, Red, white and blue stripes, white sleeve*, blue cap. Tucker. J. C. Orange, blue "T" on back. [Tomlinson, H. S., Red, orange sleeves and sash. leu iiirn orange tdy. Thoinby, Bros., Turquoise blue, green cap. L. Urbanski, Frank, Red, white eagle on back, white sleeves, black cap. V. Volini, C, Black, blue sash, black and blue cap, Yansant & Childs, White, red sash. Yiley fc Co., Old gold, black cap. Van Studdiford, &., Blue and white polka dots. Vater fc Patterson, Black, green cap. W. Williams, C. H., Navy blue, white sash. Y\ aldo, D., Blue, white sash, blue and white cap. VVachter, E. G., Red and white stripes, red cap. Whiteside, J. J., Red, black sleeves, old gold horseshoe on back, green cap. Weston, A. G., R6d, old gold sleeves and cap. Waltriug fc Yeager, White, cerise stripes, blue sash and cap. Woodard Jt Anderson, Cherry, blue hoops on sleeves, blue cap. Williams, L. S., White, red maltese cross on back, redcap. Walsh, J., Blue, old gold bars on sleeves, white cap. Westeriield, R. M., Black, yellow stars. Woodford & Buckner, Pink, black sleeves and cap. Waddell Bros., Cherry, black sash, white cap. Wood, W. E., White, green cap. Wallace, W. H., ReJ, ¥hite diamonds, white cap. Walden, R. J., Violet, white sleeves and cap. WiUis, L., Terra cotta, green cap. Wirthein & Co., White, green sash, red cap. W'ilhers, George, Red, white stripes, blue sash, white cap. LIST OF LICENSED TRAINERS. Covington, Ky., Feb. 20, 1900. The following named persons have been granted trainer licenses for the year 1900 : A. Arwein, A., Arthur, James, B. Bradley, Ed., Brown, J. K., Bronaugh, R. H ., Boyd, James, Bender, Sidney, Black, George, Brown. Lee, Batcheler, H. T., Burrows, E.. Brumfield, W. S., Bellow. H. D., Boyle, Charles, Jr., Beach, B. E., Brown, G. H., Banks, Taylor, I. Crosby, B. V., Cantrell, J. M., Casey, O, Cole, B. L., Conners, W. J., Cady, M., Combs, J. H., Congdon, W., Curry, Gil, Cockrell, West, Conway, J. W., Cooper, B. C, Charles, S. J., Cooper, J. H., Craven, T. H., Dirker, George, Daly, W. C, Deneff, R. W., Donohue, W. J., Davis, Charles, Danaher, M. T., Deakin, W. G., Easley, Fred, Faut, C. V., Faught, T. P., Frost, Harry, Forsythe, C. J. Franklin, W. C, Frisbie, F., Forsythe, Robert, Forman, J. W., Ferris, J. C, Jr., Fitzgerald, Jfid., U. Goldblatt, M., Griffin, W. R., Gibson, H. Jr., Gass, James. Garety, Michael, Gabriel, William, Gum, W'alter, Gwynn, H., Gray, John C, Gehlbach, E. J., Glasscock, Ira, II. Ham, W., Heffren, Philip, Henry, J. R., Hart, L,., Hayden, John, Henderson, W. V., Hogan, F., Hughes, V., Harris, R., Hurley, W., Hennessy, R., Hutchinson, W. C, Heiter, W. F., Howell, J. W„ Hittick, J. E. Irons, D. A., Janser, G. M., Johnson, C. A., James, G. W., Jacobson, M. V., Jackson, H., Jordan, W., Kelly, J. E., Kane, WTilliam, Kennedy, John, Kelly, P. T., Kuntz, M. L., Kelly, D. W., King, Allie, Lamasney, D., Loud, R. H., Lewis, Isaac, Lynch, J. A., Laird, W. H., Louis, Frank, Maxwell, W. P., 'Miller, M. D. Macneca, Joseph R., Marston, John, MacKessey, J., Miles, Tnomas, Montroy, William, Moshier, F. C, Miller, D. B., Maloney, J., Murray, Thomas, Magee, T. M., Morgan, H., Milam, J. C, Monoghan, Thomas, McLaughlin, J. C, McKinney, W. F., McDonald, C, McGilvray, P. F., McKinney, James, McNaught, J., McPherson, John, McCafferty, A. C, McCann, James, P., McDonald, J., McDaniels, H., Mahone, C, Nepper, Thomas, Neal, J. T., 0. O'Connor, Walter, Pfeffle, H., Pierce, C. C, Price, William, Pemberton. W. B. Parrish, William, Powers, John, Poole, G. W., Rome, R., §ichardson, Ed., Rector, F., iddie, H. C, Robinson, S., Robinson, H., Robertson, J. W., Stewart, C. W., Smith, J. H. Smith, A. H., Stewart, J. E., Shields, William, Bibley, H. A., Simons, H.. Stevens, T. H., Staley, W. W., Shadley, W. H., slattery, Fred., Settle, Thomas, Swarthout, E. 0., Smith, E. F., Smith, W. J., Stubbs, E., Taylor, A., Tucker, R., Tucker, J. C, Tomlinson, P., Thompson, R. S., Tully, Luke, Xurley, John, V. Vestal, B. N., w. Walden, R. J., Walker, William, Westeriield, R. M., Woods, George, Weston, A. G., Withers, George. Wachter, E. G., Zimmer, A. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. LIST OK LICENSES REFl SED. Covington, Ky., Feb. 20, 1900. The following named persons have been refused trainer licenses for the year 1900: Clayton, J. D., Dyment, J., The following named persons have been refused trainer licenses on account of non-payment of forfeit orders : Fesseuden, W. C, Kiley, T., Lyles, W. \V., McHale, T. J. Woodard, W. T. Jr., Williams, L. S., The following named persons have been refused jockey licenses for the year 1900 : Foucon, E. Harshberger, J. W., E. C. Hopper, Secretary, PERSONS RULED OFF. Covington, Ky., February 13, 1900. Below find list of parties ruled off and suspended by the Pacific Coast Jockey Club : Horses Morgan G., Trance and Mestor ruled off. Jockeys A. G. Stanford, John Coyle, J. Johnson, and Goodman ruled off. Jockeys T. Butler, C. Burlingame, F. Duffy, W. FlyDn. J. Majnard, S. McClain, C. M. Slo-cum, M. Schultz, Summerfield, L. Barry, suspended indefinitely. Owners A. Nickellsand J. J. Cassidy ruled off ; D. M. Boyd, suspended indefinitely. Trainer, D. Halliday, ruled off. Frank Dwyer, Leo Soloman, ruled off. E. C. Hoppsb, Secretary. Covington, Ky., February 13, 1900. Have received notice of rulings of Crescent City Jockey Club, as follows : Jockey E. Foucon, ruled off. Jockey W. Woods, indefinitely suspended. E. C. Hopi'ee, Secretary. Covington, Ky., Jan. 31, 1S00. The Crescent City Jockey Club has notified me of the following rulings : Jockey Forehand indefinitely suspended: Jockey J. Harshberger suspended until April 1, 1900. E. C. Hoppee, 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, 1900. R. bheppard, 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, 15:00. »t. 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. Hoppee, 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. Hoppee, 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. Hoppee. 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. Hoppee, Secretary. LIST OF LICENSED JOCKEYS. Covington, Ky., Feb. 20, 1900. The following named persons have been granted jockey licenses for the year 1900: A Aker, C, Boland, James, Boland, Joseph, Brennan, William, .Bradford, John, Clawson, J. R., Caywood, W., Dupee, James, Dean, W., Dominic k, E., Eggerson, A., Flint, George, Frost, W., Freeman, J. 11., Flick, Robert, Grimes, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Geifers, L., Hothersall, J., Hamilton, A., Hueston, F., Jones, William, Jackson, Lee, James, E., Kenney, William, Kennedy, Orrin, Knapp, B., Landry, F., McGinn, J. J., McJoynt, E., McCann, J., Michaels, M., Miller, John, Mason, R. J., Michael, James, Moody, T., Mitchell, C, Newcom, J. W., Narvaez, R., Odom, George, Porter, V., Patterson, H., t Ransom, R., Robinson, R., Richards, Joseph, Raines, Robert, Ralph, R., Silvers, B., Stevens, Glen, Stewart, William, Slack, J. B., Tally, H., Tabor, J., Thompson, L., Vandusen, C, Williams, W., Weber, A., Waldo, Jed, Wilson, H.. Weddersirand, C, Winkfield, J., Wheeler, William, Z Zeno, W. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. DECLARATIONS DUE. April 1,1900. The Latonia Derby $30 The Himyar Stakes 20 The Latonia Oaks 20 Page  NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NKW ORLEANS, LA., March ».— Eightieth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track goad. Presiding Jndge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald, Racing starts at 2 :00 p. m. FIRST RACB-1 Mile. Furse $250. 3-year-olds. Selling. 16869 Ind Horses \ Wt St H H % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 16S212RIGHT BOWER 110 5 5U 5»» li 12 Frost H M Newell 8-5 8-5 S-2 3-2 16838 B\HVKY F 110 3 11 12 2i 2= Mitchell Milam & Logan 16834 RUSSELL R. 110 2 7d 4h 31 34 Ransom H J Scoggan 168343 MATT SIMPSON 110 9 • 7 7 4" L Rose W C Daly 16834 WRDDING GUB8T 110 4 41 31 31 2»« 64 »2 Boland A G Weston 16S21 SORREL ROSE 105 7 8 8 6*k 6KK 6* Moody H G^yun & Co n«7.*)DIFFIDENOE 1084 6 31 2i 31 45 71 Clawson T A Magep 168(6 DS FANNIE 105 8 6H 6» 8 8 8 VV Shaw Harri«'n*Murphyl5 ( 16850) ZAZA 105 1 1™ 52 9 Wed'ptraMdW R Griffia Time, 25, £04, 1:164, 1:43. Winner— B c, by Inspector B. — Theodora. Went, to rost at 2:00. At Dost 4 minutes. Start mod. Won easily: second driving. Right Bower was bast and drew away as he nle^eed in the last eighth. Barney F. was speedy bat tir*d at the en1 and Russell R. would have biaten him in another stride. Three-quarters was as far as Diffidence wanted to go. Z^za showed veiy little speed. Overweights— Diffidence, 34 pounds. Right Bower, place, 3 to 5; show, ont. Barney F., place, 3 to 1; show, evens. Buaaell R ., shiw, 2 to 1. SECOND BACK— 3-4 Kile. Parte $250. 3-year-oids. Allowances 16870 Ind Horses A Wt St M * X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H 16643 WAX 110 6 2t li 1* 1^ Newcotn H t Griffin 6 10 6 10 168i0 PHILTER 105 8 71 54 f2 22 Boland H C Rowley 15 20 15 20 16834 ROUND O 107 5 42 314 32 34 W Jones W H Lsird 10 20 10 20 JOHN G. FORD 110 1 114 22 2" 42 P Clay Daffy & Behan 34 34 3 34 bITELLA 107413 118 9 5" Winkrield Lyle & Cooper 20 30 15 30 16508 EVA MOE 105 7 6™ 7 8 6" Wed'strandJ Fleming 20 20 20 20 1673-5 PMASTER BAILEY 107 2 3h 4» 7 7 McJoynt G T Leach 12 15 12 15 16775 LT;NAR 105 15 15 10 10 8 Hulhsrsall T H Stevens 8 12 6 12 16797 PYTHIA 105 12 13 11 11 9 W Shaw H T Oxnard 15 20 15 20 15618 JEAN SPENCER 105 14 14 12 12 10 L Rose D P Rodgere k Co 15 15 12 12 16668 BALKAN 108411 8 6»* 62 11 Clawson H C Hchulz 8 10 8 10 168503 MY CHICKEN 105 10 12 IS 4" 12 J Miller J H Smith 7 10 6 10 167973NKWTON ANGER 107 3 5" 8 13 13 Mitchell Frisbie & Co 6 6 5 5 16850 TRAYLOR 107 9 10 14 14 14 Landry Lyles A Co 20 SO 20 30 16850 VITUHIA 195 4 9 15 15 15 Frost A H Newman 12 15 12 15 Time, 25, 49,1:16. Winner— Br. c. by Candlemas — Miss Ranscm Went to pet at 2:30. At post 6 mion tea. btart good. Won palling ap : seoond easily. Wax is in good form and made a show of his field. Philter ran a good race and finished stoutly. John Q. Ford tired in the stretcn. Sitella, off poony, was coming strongly at the end. Lunar also «loeed a big gap. Round O did well. Ne*ton Anger ran a bad race. Overweights— Sitella, 2* pounds; Balkan, 14. Wax. place, 4 to 1: show, 2 to 1. Pnilter, place, 8 to 1; show, 3 to 1. Round O, show, 3 to 1. John G. Ford, place, 8 to 5 ; show, 4 to 5. -|/_»OrT1 THIRD RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. Purse $250. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling, Ind HorieV A Wt St jj % li BtrFin Jockeys OwnerB O H L O (16837) ELSMO RE 5 106 3 D4 D4 14 14 1" Mitchell D W Kslly & Co 2 24 2 24 (16823) KOEN1G 4 113 5 5** 3« 21 21 2* Boland G Lund 24 24 2 2 16825 YUBA DAM 6 109 11 82 5» 54 73 34 McJoynt H Robinson 6 8 6 8 168U0 ARQUEBUS 5 98 7 64 62 61 4" 41 Wed'strandH H Stover 6 6 5 5 16823 BEQUEATH 5 103 9 7 7 7 61 54 W Shaw REWatkins 8 15 8 15 168333TYRAN 4 94 2 Si 41 3" 3" 61 J Waldo J J Ryan 20 20 20 20 167&83COLONEL EADES4 102 6 9 9 8 54 7 Moody HG-ynn&Ce 15 30 15 30 16832 CAM I -4EE 'EM 6 1054 8 10 10 9 9 8 Frost Mrs M E Frost 10 15 10 15 11225 PROTUS 6 11! 1 2 2 4i 8 9 J Dorsey JJMacKessey&Co50 150 50 150 16845 JUDGE 8TE'DM'N8 98 10 11 11 10 10 10 J Miller R E Maddox 12 40 12 40 16760 NATIVE SON 4 103 4 41 8 11 11 11 Usina J Marston 100 200 100 200 Time, 244, 50, 1 :15s, 1 Mi, 1 :49. Winner— B. h, by Morello— Elsie S. Went to post at 3 :05. At post 4 minutes. Start fair. Won in a hard drive; second easily. It was a two horse race for most of the route and Elsmore ontgamad Koenig when it came to a drive. Yuba Dam closed a b'g gap from a bad send-off. Weight considered Arquebus ran a bad race and much bplow his true fo m. Scratched--16845 G iosn Liver. 103; 16825 Miss Ross, 101; 16760 Sidtilla, 92; 168453Bannis, 92. Overweight* — Colonel Bades, 3 pounds; Can I See 'Em, 14. Elsmore, place, 4 to 5; show, oat. Koenig, place, 4 to 5; show, out. Yuba Dam, show, evens. FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile. Parse 1250. 3-year-olds and upward, Handicap. 16872 Ind Horses A Wt St hi hi It StrFin Jockeys Owners O H '. r 168362ANDES 4 115 1 1« 31 2« 3™ 14 Mitchell J Arthur 7-5 7-5 1 11-10 16811 PR. OF VERONIA3 3 97 4 Si 1h H4 12 21 Boland A H AD H Morris 4 5 4 44 187992DR VAUGHAN 4 94 2 4" 54 4» 42 32 Wed'strandT A Magee 24 3 24 3 16825 FORBUSfl 5 90 6 21 24 31 2" 4- Tally W H Laird 30 60 80 60 16857 CHOPIN 4 94 5 7 7 64 53 52 a Weber J L Dwyer 10 12 10 12 16849 GLONOINE 5 93 7 64 4" 54 62 62 Waldo J Hynes 20 20 20 20 168482FRANGIBLE 3 944 3 5« 6« 7 7 7 W Sbaw WE Applegate 10 20 10 20 Time, 254,50, 1:154. l:42i. Winner— Br. c. by Helicon— Jess. Went to post at 3 :40. At post 6 minutes. Start good. It was a gruelling finish. Andes responded gamely when Mitchell let him down and raced it ont closely through the last eighth -with Prince of Varonia. The latter showed speed and unflinching courage. Dr. Vaaghan ran bis race and finished strongly. Chopin was cut off several times. Forbush showed a touch of •peed. Overweights— Frangible, 14 pounds. Andes, place. 1 to 2; shew, out. Prince of Veronia, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Dr. Vaughan, place, 7 to 10; show, out "I43Q7Q FIFTH HACE— 7-8 Mile. Purse 1250. 3-year-olda. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St hi % X Btt Fin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 16846 STATIRA 105 8 2 2« 22 1" 14 Mitchell S T Jacob 4 5 4 44 168342ALLIE HALE 105 9 64 41 3" 31 22 Frost R G Paxton 3 3 2 11-5 16850 RAN GEE 107 2 li 1" U 21 32 Wea'BtrandNewm'n&Cockr'1112 20 12 20 16796 LA VEGA 110 10 7 62 &i 54 4" Boland E Kelly 4 5 4 5 16834 D1NORNIS 107 7 9 8 S 7 5- Hothersall S M Marsh 5 6 4 6 16834 JO DEE 107 5 8 7 7 4 6a Landry Lyles A Co 12 12 10 12 16524 THE BOBBY 107 1 10 10 9 64 7 Richards PHHnme 15 SO 12 30 16632 K1TTIE G. 105 11 4" 3 4 8 8 L Rese J Owen 30 60 £0 60 16846 ENGAMO 107 3 54 5» 6« 9 9 McJoynt G E Mahone 7 8 6 8 16424 FALSEHOOD 107 6 11 11 10 10 10 Newcom H T Griffin 10 15 10 15 16838 MONOMETALLIST 107 4 3" 92 11 11 11 P Clay Mrs C J Forsythe 30 50 30 50 Time, 24, 49. 1:164. 1:304. Winner — B. f, by Leonatus— Mary C. Went to post at 4 :15. At post 8 minute*. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Statira raced R-in Gee into submission aad then won well in hand. Allie Hale hang in the last sixteenth, Jodee quit in the stretch La Vega ran well from a bad beginning. Statira, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Allie Hale, place, 4 to 5; show, out. Ran Gen, show, 2i to 1. La Va a, place. 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. 16874 rr A SIXTH RACE— 6 l-» Furlongs. Purse 82i0. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling Ind Horses A Wt St v4 K % StrFin Jockeys Owner* O H L C 16822 CO BALIS 5 108 4 It IP McJoynt W H Laird 8 10 8 10 16S252 AGITATOR 8 113 6 *i 3* Boland J G Lyle 24 4 24 3 168602 s IK BLAZE 4 HI 5 X* 21 A Weber J C Ferrii Jr 4 7 4 7 16838-i LOV ABLE 3 95 1 7 51 W Shaw W E Applecate 4 5 4 4 16800 SWAMP ANGEL 6 108 3 9 64 Moody W Montroy A Co 100 100 100 100 16822 COTTON PLANT 6 110 9 » 7 Frost Tholl A Vestal 8 10 6 10 (16596) TEN OLE 6 110 8 82 4" Mitchell James Curl 10 10 8 10 16740) LITTLE BILLY 8 110 10 10 9 L Rose J J McCafferty 6 7 5 7 16370« WIGGINS 5 110 2 514 44 8 9 Freeman FosterABrumrleldl5 80 15 30 lttt23ACUSHLA 4 106 7 2* 64 10 10 Wed'strandMrsF SimonsACoS 15 8 15 Time, 24, 484, 1 :15i, 1:22. Winner— B. m, by Irequoie— Grace J. Went to oost at 5 :00. At post 5 minutes. Start straggling. Won hard driven; second the same, The first three were driving to the limit through the stretch. Swamp Angel was pinched off at the start and ran a good race. Wiggins ran as if short. Cotton Plant was on the outside all the way. Lovable ran well. Scratched— 16499 Eight Bells, 108. Coralis, place, 4 to 1; show, 2 to 1. Agitator, place, 6 to 5; show, 1 to 2. Sir Blase, show, evens. Lovable, place, 6 to 5 ; show, 1 to 2. musz r*QM st u ON THE WABASH dAftNEY S eufsoera^ &*mw% The Choicest of Australian Blood* Foul Shot, BY MUSKET-SLANDER. ( Ithuriel [ Touchstone, by Camel,! ("Longbow \ Verbena, by Velociped. (aire of Feu de Jois). (Miss Bowe 1 Catton, by Golumpus. 1 Tranby's dam, by Orville. ( Pantaloon ! Castrel, by Buzzard. s 9 .Legerdemain, (Csarwitch) 1 Idalia, by Peruvian. ft (Decoy J Filho-da-Puta,by H'ph sard Si ! Finesse, by Peruvian. 1- - ( Melbourne I Humphrey Clinker, byC'mut O -S» West Australian • Cervantes mare. . (Derby and St. Leger) . . ( Mowerina 1 Touchstone, by Camel. B "3 9 I Emma, by Whisker. ■^ ( Camel I Whalebone, by Waxy, O h J a X a . . Brown Bess . J Selim mare. W (Daughter of 1 Brutandorf, by Blacklock. a ! Mrs.Cr'icksh'nkSjbyW'lb'ck ( Canteen , Waxy Pope, by Waxy. f Calendar (Imported) . 1 Castania, by Gohanna. ( Hambletonia ( Stamford,byPlenip'tentiary \ [ Harmonica, byH'mblet'nian (Tros (Imported). i Priam, by Emilias. L Cassandra [ Ally, by Partisan. (Alice Grey 1 *Roua' Emigrant, by Pioneer 1 *Gulnare, byYoungGohanna ( The Colonel I Whisker, by Waxy. 'Cap-a-pie (Imported). ! Delpini mare. (Sister to Cactus. I Sultan, by Selim. ; Duchess of York, by Waxy, (Dover I Touchstone. 2 I Bel! Brand. ' Verbosa. (Sophie Skilhinda. t Sallie Brass. 'Imported. BARNEY SCHREIBER, BRIDOETON. MO. ALL THE TURF NEWS PERFECTLY EDITED.^ •• DAILY RACING FORM.. TORM SHEETS AND ENTRIES EXPERTLY INDEXED TELEGRAPHIC, CORRECT, CONCISE, COM ELY TRAINING NEWS A SPECIAL"! All Tracks are Fully Reported, OFF OUR OWN PRESSES BEFORE THE CHICAGO DAILIES .OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN TDRF CONGRESS.. SUBSOaiP^ION PRICKS: QHI108TH - 91.25 ONE YEAR - $14.00 hi scam - - • 7.50 Sent as first-class mall-a letter-In plali ...124-126 FIFTH AVENUE. CHICAGO. ILL.... Page  THE Washington Park Club CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Stakes to Close Wednesday, March 7, 1900 For the Summer Meeting of 1900, Beginning 5aturday, June 23, Ending Saturday, July 21. With more than $100,000 in Added Money to Makes and Purses. Added Money to Purses and Handicaps $400 to $700. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. THE AMERICAN DERBY— $10,000 Added. A sweepstakes for tbree-year-olde: $25 to ac- THE ENGLEWOOD STAKES— $1,500 Added. A sweepstakes for Allies, three-year -olds; company the nomination, S175 additional to start; $10,000 added, of which $2,000 to ths second $10 to MCjOMtny tie co-iination. $50 additional »o start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to the sec- and $1,000 to the third horse. A winner of a three-year-old stakes of the value of $3,000 to carry cni Bad $i 0 to the thir : horse. A winner of a three-year-old stakes ef the value of $1,500 to 8 lbs.; of two snch stakes or one of $5,0(0, 5 lbs. ; of three or more three-year-old stakes of the rarrvSir,-- of two such stakes. 5 lbs; of three or more such stakes or cf one of the value of valne of $3,000 each, 7 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 7 lbs. To be run the first day of the meeting. $5 0' 0. 7 iba - r a. Maidens allowed 7 lbs. One Mile. One Mile and a Half. THE DREXF.L bTAKFS-$ 1,(5 00 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds ; $10 to ae- THE SHERIDAN STAKES— ^2,000 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds; $10 to ac- compiuy the n- mination. $50 additional to start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to the second and company the nomination, $50 additional to start; $2 000 added, of which $450 to the second and $1C0 to HM third ! or*e. A winner of a three-year-old stakes of the valne of $5,000, or of three or $150 to the third horse. A winner of a three-year-cld stakes of the valne of $1,500 to carry 3 lbs.: iron snch fates of the v^.lu p cf $1,500 each, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of two three-year- of two snch stakes or one of $4,000, 5 lbs.; of three or more three-j ear-old stakes of the value f old race" of thf* v=iine of $1,500 each, allowed 3 lbs. ; of one such race, 5 lbs.; of one of .$1.0C0, S $1,500 (Belling stakes excepted) or of one of the value of $7,000, 7 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 7 lb?.: of one of $ CC, 12 lbs. Maidens allowed 17 lbs. One Mile. lbs. One Mile and a Quarter. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. THE MIDWAY STAKES— $1,500 Added. A selling sweepstakes for three year-old « and and upward; siU In fc "r-mpa,ry the nomination, $50 additional to start; $2,000 added, of which upward; $10 to accompany th« nomination, $50 additional to start; $1,5(0 added, of which $300 to $450 to tLe 8»-cood aud $150 t" th» third horse. Weights to be announced three days before the the second and $1G0 to the third horse. The winner, unless otherwise stipulated in the entry, to race. A winner f •«* i c afte-tin weights are Dusted to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Half, hi sold at auction. Horsps entered not to be sold to carry 7 lbs. extra; those entered to be sold THE TURF CONQSK89 HANDICAP— $3,000 Added. For three-year-olds and upward; for $4,000 to carry weight for aee; for $3,000, allowed 5 lbs.; then 2 lbs. for each $500 to $2,000; then $10 to accompany u-e i ominauoi;. $50 additional to start; $2,000 added ($1 COO by the Club ana 1 lb. for each $100 to $1,000. Starters, with selling prices of those entered to be sold, to be named $1,0C0 by the Turf Cot.»ref t) f which $300 to the second and $100 to the third horse, and $500 to through the entry-box at the mual hour of closing, the day prior to the race. More than two be apportioned as follows : 40 per ctnt., 20 per cent, and 10 per cent, to the trainers of the first, can be named by the same owner, bnt orly two in the, same interest can start; but the starting sec nd and third horses, respectively, and 15 per cent., 10 per cent, and 5 per cent., respectively, fees mnst be raid for a'l named. One Mile and Half a Furlong. to the jockeys rid.ng them. Weight* to be announced three days before the race. A winner of THE OAKWOOD HANDICAP— $1,500 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward; any race after the weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile, One and One-half Furlongs. $10 to accoDpany the nt mination. $50 additional to start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to THE WHEELER HANDICAP— $4,000 Added A sweepstakfs for three-year-olds and upward; the second end $100 to the third horse. Weights to be announced three days before the race A $10 to ereempany the nomination, $75 additional to start; $4 000 added, of which $700 to the winner of any race after the weights 8re posf«d to carry 5 lbs. pxtra. One Mite and a Furling second and $300 to t-ie third horse. Weights to be annonnced three days before the race. A winner THE GREAr WESTERN HANDICAP-$«,000 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds of any race after the weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Qaarter. FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. THE LAKESIDE STAKES— $1,500 Added. A sweepBtakes for fillies, two-year-olds; $10 to stakes, or of the Lakeside or Kenwood Stakes, 5 lbs.; of three or more such stakes, 7 lbs. extra., accompany the nomination. $50 additional to Btart: $t,F0O add»d, of which $300 to the second and Maidens allowed 5 lb--. Five and a Half Fur)on«r», $100 to the third horse. A winner of a stakes of the value of $1,000 to carry 3 lbs.; of two such THE QUICKSTEP STAKES— $1,500 Added. A sweepstakes far two-year-olds; $10 to accompany stakes, 5 lbs : of thre^ or b o'« arch Rtakea. 7 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Five Furlongs. tne nomination; ?"0 additional to start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to the second and) THE KENWOOD STAKES— $1,500 Added. A sweepstakes for colts, two-year-olds; $10 to $100 to the third horse. A winner of a stakes to car -y 3 lbs.; of two stakes, 5 lbs.; of three or accompany the nomination, $50 additional to start; $1,500 addad, of which $300 to the second and more stakes. 7 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 7 Jb*. Four Furlongs. $100 to the third horse, A winner of a stakes of the value of $1,000 to carry 3 lbB.; of two such THE HYDE PARK STAKES-$2,000 Added. A sweepatakes for two-year-olds: $10 to ■takes, 5 lbs. : of three or more such stakes, 7 lb*, extra. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Five Furlongs. accompany the nomination, $50 additional to Btart; $2,000 added, of which $150 to the second and THE EDGE WATER STAKES— $ 1 ,500 Added. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds; $10 to accompany $150 to the third horse. Weights, 5 lbs. below the scale. A winner of a stakes of tbe valne of $90C the nomination. $50 additional to start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to the second and to carry 3 lb;.; of two such stakes, 5 lbs.; of three or more such stakes, or of the Edgewater $100 to the third horse. A winner of any stakes of the value of $1,C00 to carry 3 lbs. ; of two such Stakes, 8 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Six Furlongs. IPRTToT NOTIfF No entry will be received for any of these stakes except upon this condition : That all disputes, claims and objections arising out of the racing, or with respect to the UluLlSL ltvJ .1 tou, interpretation of the conditions of any stakes, shall be decided by the Racing Stewards present or those whom th* y may appoint, and their decisions upon all points shalii be tinal. Please note that the entrance fee must accompany nominations. Turfmen failing to receive entry blanks can obtain them by application to the secretary, to whom ail communications should be addrrseed. James Howard, Secretary, Sixty-first St. and South Park Ave , Chicago. .Chicago Jockey Club. RACE COURSE AT HAWTHORNE. STAKES TO CLOSE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 FOR SJPEINa MEETING OF 1900. THE HAWTHORNE TURF CONGRESS ditional to start. To the winner, SI, 509; to tbe THE SPECULATION 8TAKE8 (Selling's to the Becond, $250, and to the third, $150. 8TAKE3 OF 1900. (Handicap)— Estimated second, $300, and to the third, $'200 A winner $2 000— For 3-year-olds and upward. Entrance, Horses entered to be gold for $3,000 to carry valoe, $3,000. For 3-year-olds nnrt upward. in 1900 of a race i f the valne of $3,030, or of $10 each: $50 additional to start. To the winner, weight for age; if entered to be sola for less to Entrance, $10 e^.ch; *i0 additional to start, three races of the value of $900 each, to carry 5 $1 500; to the second. $300, and to the third. be allowed 3 lbs. for each $500 down to $1,500. $2,000 added ($1,000 by the Chicago Jockey Club lb".; three races ef tbe value of $2,000 each, in $200. If entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry then 1 lb. eUowed for each $100 to $800. Starters and $1,000 bv the Tirf Congress), of which $300 1899 and 1900, 7 )b* extra: other horses that weight for ag«: if for less, all wed 2 lbn. for to be named and selling price btated through to the second and $150 to the third, fourth horss have not won in 1900 a race of the value of each $500 to $2,000; then 1 lb. for each $200 to the entry box et the usual hour of closing on to save starting fee, and $500 to be apportioned $l.2CC, allowed three lbs.; of $1 000, 5 lbs.: of $1,000, and 1 lb. for eech KiOO *o $500. Oc» Mile. dey preceding the race. Five and One-half Fur- as follows : 40, 20 and 10 per cent, to the trainers $700. 8 lbs.; of $500 12 lbs.: of $400, 15 lbs. One THE JUVENILE STAKES, $1,800— For 2-year-olds lOBgB. of the flrBt, second and third horses, respectively, and One-eighth Milrs. (foals of 1898) Ectranc" $10 each to THE HAWTHORNE STAKES, $1.800— For an! 15. 10 and 5 per cent, respectively, THE FLIGHT STAKES (Selling). $2,000— accompany the nomiration; $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 the winner. $1,400 7 to be announced three days prior to the race. each; $?0 additional to start. To the winn«r, $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 iha second, $300, and to the third, $200. stxke race" of any value, or one of $1,000 vslue. of two stakes of any value (selling (selling races excepted) to carry 5 lbs. ext.a. Horses entered not to be sold to carry weight tocarry31b». extra; of two of $1,000 value, 5 rices excepted) allowed 5 lbs ; of one stake of Acceptances to be named through 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 10 box on day prec3dmg tbe race, those bo named 5 lbs. below the ecale; if for less allowed 2 lbs. maidens, 5 lbs.; if beaten maidens, 8 lbs. Five lbs Beaten maidens allowed 15 lbs. If snch to be liable for starting fee. Ono Mile andOne-■ixteentb. for each $300 tn $1,300; then 1 lb, allowed f jr Furlongs. maidens have started in a stafee race since May each $100 so $800. A winner of a race of the THE TEST STAKES (Selling), $1.800-For 2-year-olds 1, 1900, and have no - been placed, allowed 3 lbs, THE JCNE STAKES, $2,000— For 3-yaar-olds va ne of $1 500 since May 1, 1900, to carry 5 lbs. (foals of 1898) Entrance S10 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 will be accepted for these stakes except with the understanding, and upon the agreement of each nomi- 3* *J ' 1 v^ ' that the decisions of the with to all — nator, Judges respect 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 canjstart, 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. Acting Secretary. Look Box RAR. P.hi~,n» hi