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LOCAL LAWS.

Passed by the New York Legislature in 1890. Chapter 31-Amends chapter 583 of the Laws of 1 Chapter 310-Provides for the relief of the 1888 relative to bringing actions against the city. Brooklyn City Railroad Company as lessee of the

Chapter 33—Provides for the payment of as- franchise and property of the Bushwick Rail. sessments for Prospect Park.

road Company. Chapter 46—Amends the law relative to the Chapter 355-Makes provision for an additioncollection of wages by domestic servants through al day of registration in the city of Brooklyn and legal process in justices' courts.

for correction of registry lists. Chapter 86- Amends chapter 583 of the Laws Chapter 442Authorizes the city authorities to of 1888 in reference to the distribution of the extend and improve Manhattan avenue, and to various benevolent funds of volunteer fire de close a portion of the same; also, to improve the partments in the city of Brooklyn and town of portion of Ewen street. New Lots.

Chapter 443Authorizes the change of certain Chapter 87—Makes further provision for pub street boundaries in the Twenty-sixth Ward. lic notices and advertisements by the city of Chapter 444 -Provides for the closing of North Brooklyn.

Henry street, between Nassau and Van Cott aveChapter 129 - Authorizes the Board of Super nues. visors of Kings county to borrow money to meet Chapter 445-Authorizes the mortgaging and a deficiency in the supply account of the Board disposition of proceeds of lands devised by of Commissioners of Charities and Corrections. Bartholomew Temegnio for improvement pur

Chapter 141-Authorizes the Common Council poses. to amend the map of the city of Brooklyn rela Chapter 446-Authorizes the city of Brooklyn tive to the west side of Vanderbilt avenue, near to purchase lands from the United States Gov. Dean street.

ernment for the purpose of a public market at Chapter 143—Provides for the erection of an the Wallabout and to erect a market thereon. armory for the Fourteenth Regiment, National Chapter 447-Authorizes the Board of Estimate Guard, State of New York.

to inquire into and adjust existing differences Chapter 145—Amends the aot relative to the and deficiencies in the accounts between the collection of taxes, the disposition of moneys County Treasurer and the Twenty-sixth Ward collected and the proceedings in relation to unpaid taxes in the city of Brooklyn.

Chapter 448–Directs the County Treasurer to Chapter 172-Incorporates the Brooklyn Insti redeem outstanding certificates of indebtedness. tute of Arts and Sciences.

issued for construction of a female prison at the Chapter 190—Authorizes the Fire Commission Kings County Penitentiary. er to employ certain persons and rate them as Chapter 450 - Amends the Civil Code relative district engineers; also, to make minor appoint to the selection of trial jurors, and authorizes ments in said department.

the Commissioner of Jurors to appoint jury Chapter 272—Authorizes the closing of part of notice servers. the old Bushwick road or avenue.

Chapter 452-Authorizes the Commissioner of Chapter 297-Provides better facilities for pub City Works to make surveys and improvements lic travel and traffic at and across Metropolitan in the Eighth Ward. avenue bridge.

Chapter 453—Amends charter relative to the Chapter 307-Authorizes the Board of Estimate investment of city funds by the Commissioners to fix salary of Health Commissioner at a sum of the Sinking Fund. not to exceed $5,000 per annum.

County Treasu New Lots): County Treas

THE SPORTING WORLD.

Turf Records. The following are the most creditable performances at all distances during 1890. For the most creditable performances of other years, see previous issues of the EAGLE ALMANAC:

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May 30. ....1 0.4634
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May 21.......0.484
August 19....1 0.49
August 19. 0.4944
May 31..... 0.59
May 31... 0.5942
July 31. .... 0.5912
October 1... 0.5912
May 30...

0.5937
October 2 1.00
October 4.... 1.00
June 9........ | 1.0016
June 19....... 1.013
June 26....... 1.0144
September 10 1.082
September 10 1.097
September 1. 1.096
June 26...... 1.0926
June 24......11.10
July 30....... 1.21%
July 8........ 1.2312
August 28.... 1.2612
September 3. 1.27
September 3. 1.273
June 28.... |1.273
August 7..... 1.2714
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August 28.. 1.3517
July 31... 1.3917
June 28...... 1.391%
August 14... 1.3937
July 19., ... 1.40
July 10. ... 1.40
July 26. | 1.40
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June 28..... 1.5234
June 4..... 1.5312
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September 4. 2.001
June 17..... 2.0136
September 2. 2.0136
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September 25 2.02
July 17. 2,0334
August 28... 2.04
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September 1. 2.083
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August 26 2.34
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Distance.

Name.
Age. W'ht.] Place.

Date. * mile .... Jim Miller........

Deer Lodge, Mont. August 16, 1888 .
Cyclone......

Helena, Mont...... August 29, 1889 .... 0.3443
Geraldine ...

122 N. Y. Jockey Club. August 31, 1889 0.46
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122 N. Y. Jockey Club. August 31, 1889 ..
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115 N. Y. Jockey Club October 4, 1889.. 0.59
Sallie McLella

115 N. Y. Jockey Club. May 31, 1890....
La Tosca..

Coney Island J. C.. September 10, 1890.1' 1.08%
John Daly.

111

Chicago W. S. Park July 30, 1890. .111.21%
Bella B......

103 Monmouth Park... July 8, 1890.. (1.232 Salvator.....

110 Monmouth Park... August 28, 1890 .... À 1.35
Ravaloe.......

107 Monmouth Park. July 31, 1890... $1.39%
Racine. ....
107 Chicago W. S. Park June 28, 1890.

1.39%
Prince Royal

116 N. Y. Jockey Club. June 11, 1890. .
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99 Chicago W. Park.. July 7, 1890

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98 St. Louis, Mo...... June 1, 1888.

1.4744 Teuton..

113 Chicago W. Park.. June 28, 1890. 1 1.5237 Terra Cotta

124 Sheepshead Bay... June 23, 1888. .. (1.53
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N. Y. Jockey Club. June 4, 1890.. | 1.53%
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102 Coney Island J. C.. September 4....... í 2.001
Joe Cotton...

10948 Sheepshead Bay... September 7, 1887.. 72.0074 Banquet ..... 108" "Monmouth Park... July 17, 1890

2.03% Sinalca II.....

117 Monmouth Park... August 28, 1890 . 2.04 Salvator

122 Coney Island J. C.. June 25, 1890.... 2.05 1 m.500 yds.. Bend Or.......

115 Saratoga, N. Y .. July 25, 1882. ..... 2.10% Ormie.

105 138 miles..

Chicago W. Park.. July 17, 1890. . 1 2.2034 Tristan ..

115 Coney Island J. C. June 25, 1890.... (2.21% Firenzi......

117 Coney Island J. C.. June 26, 1890....
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Monmouth Park... August 26, 1890.... 2.34
Hindoocraft.

75 N. Y. Jockey Club.. August 27, 1889.. . 2.48
Glidelia......

116 Saratoga, N. Y. .. August 5, 1882... 3.01 Enigma ......

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Sheepshead Bay... September 15, 1885. 3.20
Ten Broeck.

110 Louisville, Ky..... May 29, 1877 ....... 3.27462 Monitor. ...

110 Baltimore, Md. October 20, 1880.... 3.445
Springbok....

114 Saratoga, N. Y. ... July 29, 1875 ....... 1 3.5642
Preakness...
114 Saratoga, N. Y....

1875..... 3.5614
Aristides ....
104 Lexington, Ky...

4.2712 Ten Broeck...

Lexington, Ky...

.. September 16, 1876. 4.581 Hubbard

107 Saratoga, N. Y,.... August 9, 1873...... 4.5834 Drake Carter..

115 Sheepshead Bay... September 6, 1884.. 5.24 Ten Broeck. .....! 4 | 104 Louisville, Ky..... September 26, 1876. 7.1534 For best trotting records, see EAGLE ALMANAC for 1889. Earnings of Horses.

Largest Paying $5 Mutuals. The following table shows the earning capac

NICKAJACK, Jerome, Oct. 12, 1872. ...... $1,178.00 ity of the leading twelve horses for the years 1889-1890:

WAPAKONITA, Saratoga, July 17, 1882.... 1,080.80

COL. SPRAGUE, Washington, May 18, 1882 760.00 1890.

1889.
HARVARD, Brighton, Aug 19, 1887.........

.. 760.00 Tournament..... $89,575 Salvator......... $71,370.

LIMBO, Sheepshead, Sept. 1, 1888, for place 684.80 Potomac ........ 510 Chaos....... 63,550

665.00

NATALIE, Brighton, Aug. 16, 1880......... Russell ........ 55,722 El Rio Rey...... 47,435

HATTIE F., Baltimore, May 21, 1975... 648.85 S. McClelland... 54,705 Longstreet ... 38,860

622.25 Roy S. CLUKE, Brighton, Sept. 8, 1884.... 40,325 Tenny....... Strathmeath ....

38,310

PATROCLES, Washington, May 5, 1887... 30.650 Senorita... Salvator .....

622.35 26,575

PHILANDER, Brooklyn, Sept. 18, 1889.. 608.00 Burlington .... 30,395 Protection... 26,335

JULIET, Chicago, June 30, 1885.

670.00 Sinaloa II. 26,195 Spokane

25,420
Ossa, Brighton, Sept. 9, 1889...

532.00 Tenny.... 25,780 Raceland .... 25,090

505.80

LEVANT, Latonia, Sept. 22, 1883
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23,945 Cayuga........ 22.965
KEYSTONE, Brighton, July 4, 1888..

498.75 Torso... 22,950 Kingston ........

22,957
FROLIC, Brighton, July 24, 1885 ..

445.80 Banquet

5 Torso.....

22,645
OKOLONA, Brighton, Sept. 1, 1886.

425.10 Total..........$500,737 Total. .........$431,512

TILFORD, Brighton, Nov, 1, 1884..

422.15

LADY MIDDLETON, Saratoga, Aug. 1 405.60 Winnings of the Dwyer Stable.

AURELIUS, Monmouth, July 28, 1885.. 403.75
JOE LEWIS, Sheepshead, June 19, 1883... 403.05

BANDUSIA, Sheepshead, Sept. 6, 1887...... 397.60
No. of No. of Amount
Year.

EL CAPITAN, Brighton, Nov. 3, 1883. ..... 385.20 Horses. Races Won.

PARKVILLE, Guttenberg, Nov. 13, 1886 1876..

$17,665
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373.35 1877

2,755 JESTER, Brighton, Nov. 17, 1886.......... 368.10 1878.

16,893 MACAROON-ENQUIRESS filly, Jerome, June 1879. 24,135 4, 1889...................

356.25 1880.

76,922 TILFORD, Brighton, Nov. 12, 1884. 353.45 1881

88,076 BILL BRIEN, Brighton, July 12, 1886.... 341.20 1882

72,000 SANTA CLAUS, Brighton, Aug. 23, 1886... 328.70 1883

137, 680 BASSANIO, Saratoga, Aug. 7, 1886......... 324.60 1884. 62,682 CHARM, Clifton, Nov. 3, 1886.....

323.00 1885. 79,839 FALSEHOOD, Brighton, Aug. 3

322.05 1886 208,169 VEXATION, Brighton, Nov. 7, 1882

315.65 161,397 STANDIFORD KELLER, Brighton, June 3, '87 311.10 1888

129, 135 SOVEREIGN PAT, Louisville, Oct. 10, 1883. 312.55 1889. 163,864 Rico, Brighton, Sept. 15, 1884... ........

307.35 1890

67,915 KEOKUK, Latonia, May 27, 1885......... 806.35

DAVE S., Brighton, July 12, 1889.......... 806.35 Total .... 246 736 | $1,309,127 | LEROY, Brighton, Sept. 4, 1885............

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which 87 were credited to the Spring and 82 to the Fall Meeting. The total amount run for in the Spring Meeting, including added money, was $212,055; total amount in the Fall Meeting, including added money, was $231, 162.50. The total gate receipts for the year were $206,667. The highest receipts for any one day reached $30,132.50. The state received under the Ives' law $10,335, as against $6,454 in 1889, $8,394 in 1888, and $7,548.85 in 1887.

Trotters. Of the 950 newcomers, trotters and pacers, in the list for 1890, one-fourth have made a record of 2.25 or better. The following are those who have a record of less than 2.20 :

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2.18 Jesse Gaines, br. m... Allie Gaines.. 2.1534 Keno F., ch. g........ Little Moak.... 2.17 Kenwood, br. g....... Fairy Gift...... 2.1946 Leopard Rose, so, m.. Kilbuck Tom.. 2.154 Mary Marshall, b. m.. Billy Wilkes.. 2.17 Pixley, b. m.......... Jay Gould..... 2.16 Princess Alice, blk. m. Dexter Prince 2.16 Queen Gothard, b. m.. St. Gothard.... Ripple, b. m.......... Hills Duroc.... Silas Skinner, blk, h.. Alcona, Jr... 2.19 Sprague Wilkes, b. h.. Tommy Wilkes 2.1842 Suisun, b. m........ Electioneer. 2.1847 Vatisca, b. f..... ...Vasco..

2.19 Vic H., b. m....... Rownes Blackbird' 2.18

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Name.

Sire. Rec'rd
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B. B., ro. g........

2.131 Cæsar, b. g...... Steinway..... 2.1817 Cricket, b.m... ...

Steinway..... 2.10 Frank C., b.g......... Messenger Chief.. Gold Medal, b. g...... Nephew.. ......

2.171 Grant's Abdallah, b. c Abdallah Bruce.. 2.171 Guy, g.h........ Shiloh...

2.16 Homestake, c. g.. Gibraltar .. 2.144 Hummer, c.g.....

Sidney ......

2.181 Jocko, blk. g....... Mambrino K

2.1642 King Toskey, c. h. .. Petoroski.... 2.17 Manager, g. с...... Nutwood..... Mary Low, b. f..... Petoroski.

2.1915 Pilot Gift..............

Fairy Gift.... 2.1934 Rupee, b. g ..........

Guy Wilkes.....

2.1642 Vitello, b. h........... Legal Tender, Jr../ 2.1634 Winslow Wilkes, b. g. Black Wilkes..... 2.1442

THE ADVANCE IN TROTTING TIME. The following horses have in succession lowered the mile trotting record: 1806—Yankee............................. 2.59 1810-A horse from Boston... ... 2.5844 1824-Topgallant (saddle).... 1830—Burster (saddle)....

2.32 1834–Edwin Forrest (saddle).

2.3143 1843–Lady Suffolk (saddle).....

2.28 1844–Lady Suffolk (saddle)....

2.2642 1852—Tacony (saddle).......

2.26 1853–Tacony (saddle). 1856-Flora Temple ...

2.2412 1859-Flora Temple....

2.1937 1865—Dexter ..........

2.1844 1866-Dexter..........

2.18 1867-Dexter....

2.1744 1871-Goldsmith Maid.

2.17 1872-Goldsmith Maid

2.1634 1874 Goldsmith Maid ...

2.14 1878—Rarus.............

2.1344 1879—St. Julien .. 1880—Maud S.... 1881-Maud S....

2.10% 1884-Jay-Eye-See..

2.10 1884-Maud S...

2.0934 1884—Maud S.

2.0947 1885--Maud S....

2.08%

Long Island Race Courses,

BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB. The Brooklyn Jockey Club was incorporated in the spring of 1886, with a capital stock of $500,000. The grounds are located in the town of Gravesend, and cost over $400,000. The course is one mile in circumference, being 90 feet wide in the stretches, and 120 feet wide at the turns. The grand stand is capable of accommodating 8,000 persons. The Club gave 26 days' racing in 1890, 13 days at the Spring Meeting, from May 15 to 30, and 13 days at the Fall Meeting, from September 16 to 30, inclusive. The number of events run off were 163, of which 79 were in the Spring and 84 in the Fall Meeting. The added money amounted to $197,685. The total gate receipts for both meetings were $137,000. The highest receipts in any one day, May 15, amounted to $18.915. Under the Ives' law the State receives this year $6,850 as against $5,724 in 1889, $6,392 in 1888, and $4,492.50 in 1887.

BRIGHTON BEACH RACING ASSOCIATION. The Brighton Beach Racing Association was founded in 1979 by the late William A. Engeman. The track is a mile in circumference, and is situated at Coney Island, in the town of Gravesend. During the 30 days of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of this Association, which began on May 80, 185 races were run, during which period 478 horses run for a total amount of $96.875, of which $94,000 was offered by the Association, The total gate receipts amounted to $63,910. The State received under the 5 per cent. tax $3,195.50, as against $2,211.37 in 1889, $2,583 in 1888, and $2,609.64 in 1887.

CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB. The Coney Island Jockey Club was founded in 1879, and in 1880 the course at Sheepshead Bay was built. The course is a mile and a furlong, with a mile track on the turf inside the regular course, and a three-quarter of a mile straightaway track. The Club in 1890 gave 27 days' rac. ing, the Spring Meeting consisting of 14 days from June 17 to July 2, and the Fall Meeting of 13 days from August 30 to September 13, inclusive. The number of events run off were 169, of

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BASE BALL.

BY HENRY CHADWICK. Not in the nineteen years of professional base | The Atlantic Association contest was marred ball organizations has there been a single sea by the disbandment of four clubs and the resigson so damaging to the financial interests of the nation of two others. The Baltimores had a winprofessional clubs of the country as that of 1890. ning lead in the Atlantic arena when it was called From the time of the organization of the first upon to take the place of the Brooklyn club in the professional association in 1871 up to 1890, the American Association in which the team reprehistory of the game shows three periods of senting this city had signally failed financially. demoralization resulting from the selfish greed Following are the records of the clubs of the of the players. The first was the era of crooked American and Atlantic Associations for the play which culminated in the seventies; the

season of 1890. second being the revolt of the contract breakers of 1881, which gave life for a season to the professional Union Association, and the third was

American Association. the revolt of the National League players of 1890 under the auspices of the Brotherhood. The result of the rascality of the Louisville club quartette in 1877 was their expulsion from the professional arena forever. The outcome of the Union Association revolt was the formal compact known as the National Agreement.

The experience of the past season has shown Victories ... conclusively that there is but one method for

Defeats. financial success in the business management Games played...... 132 134 135 132 of professional clubs, and that is the placing of Per cent. of vict's.. 667 590 570 515 the governmental control of the clubs in the

Series won... hands of two strong professional leagues, each

Series lost...

1 2 2 2 5 representing the two distinct existing plans for

Series unfinished.... 3 2 2 3 4 1 i catering to the patrons of professional ball play

Majority of games ing, and these two plans are shown in the work

in unfinished series! 0 2 2 11 il ol 11 0 ing of the National League and the American Association, the former catering to the best class of patrons by their rule of prohibition of

Atlantic Association. Sunday games and the sale of liquor on their grounds; while the latter seek the support of the masses by allowing both Sunday games and the sale of liquor. The past season's experience in the Players' League has exploded the idea that the requisite discipline in the ranks can be enforced under the rule of player directors and player stockholders.

The pennant races in the professional arena in 1890, in which clubs of the metropolitan district took part, were those of the National League,

Victories... the American Association, the Players' League

Defeats .. and the Atlantic Association. The championship

Games played ............... 118 43 121 48 of the National League was won by the Brook

Per cent. of victories.......... 1.6951.5357.496.458 lyn club; that of the American Association by the Louisvilles, and that of the Players' League

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The Brooklyn (N. L.) Club. The Brooklyn N. L. team completed the eighth vear of its history at the close of the season of

1890 by winning the championship pennant of Victories......

the National League. Out of the eight seasons Defeats ........

88 114 of championship contests, from 1883 to 1890 inGames played....

132 137 clusive, the club stands credited with having won Per cent. of vict's... 667 610 595 586

333 168 three championship pennants, that of the InterSeries won......... 4 5 3° 4°5

0 State Association in 1883; the American AssoSeries lost .......... 0 1 2 2 2 4 6 7 ciation in 1889, and the National League in 1890. Series unfinished...

The team of players who succeeded in winning Majorityof victories

the National League pennant were Terry, p.; in unfinished series

Caruthers, p.; Lovett, p.; Hughes, p.; Foutz, p.;

Daly, c.; Bushong, c.; Štallings, c.; Reynolds, c.;
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Donovan, c. Burns, r. f.: McGunnigle, Mana-
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The record of the club for each season is as follows:

Per Victories...

Year. Organization.

Position.

cent. Defeats ........ 56 57 62 1883 Inter-State Association first.

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