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THE ABQU8, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1895.
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Regatta Committee Says
Valkyrie Was Wrong.
DHL' RAVEN AKD FETEITDS PIQUED,
And Say They Hare lieen Treated Sadly,
battue UritiaJitr Uas Stripped for tbe
Next Brnsh Extraordinary Interest In
Thin Year's Cap Baees What Is Thought
of the Decision A Pretty Story That Is
m Fairy Story.
New York, Sept. 12. The regatta com
mittee of the New York Yacht club has
sustained the protest made by the Do-
fi-nder in Tuesday's race. An official
statement Is nuulo that before arriving at
a tb.-ciion the committee endeavored to
bring about a mutual njjreement between
the respective yachts to resail the race,
but each preferred that the committee
sliould pass judgment on the protest The
letter sustaining the Defender's protest is
addressed to C. Oliver Isclin, and is as
"Dbah Sir: We boz to acknowledge
the receipt of your letter of yesterday, pro
testing Valkyrie. We have given tlio
matter our careful consideration and be-
lieve tliat the foul occurred through the
miscalculation of the distance lx-tween the
two yaelits a a critical moment. From
our observation, sustained by tkat of
others who wen; In a good position to see,
we find that the Valkyrie, in contraven
tion of section t of racing rule US, bore
down upon the Defender und fouled her
by the swing of her main boom when
lulling to straiglsten her course. We also
consider the Defender allowiil the Val
kyrie sullieieut room to windward to pass
clear of the minniittv bout. Your pro
test is therefore siitained."
The sustaining of the protest gives the
rmv to the Defender.
The racing rule the rer:itt;t committee
n ferred to iu its decision tea.ls: "A yacht
shall not bear away out of her course so as
to hinder another in talking to leeward."
Never Was ho Mitch Kxrltenient.
The yiu'ht r.w for thu America's enp
of 1S'J will remain in history us the
most exciting that ever took place up to
fliis date. Xot that the capabilities of tlio
boats have been so evenly matched as in
s. mie other races, such as the second race
of the Puritan mid (jrenesta series and the
third between the Vigilant mid Valkyrie
II, nut in the enthusiasm which has pre
vailed among the people from the very
time that tho match was made. At no
time since Valkyrie arrived in this conn
try has the rxcitomcut approached the de
gree to which it rose ycstcrdnv, executing
tUn tTmos when tho winner has crossed tho
finish line, or rounded a mark, or some
thing like that, when she displayed her
siiiHTlority actually in race. The un
fortunate collision and its attendant inci
dents liuve kept tiic public in a fever, so to
speak, tliat has not been cquallod.
Englishmen l ed liailly Treated.
RvervtHMly was anxious to know what
the regatta, committee of the Xew York
laclit olnb would do about the Defender's
protest nnd having learned that the de
cision was in the Defender's favor, they
were further stirred tip by a report that
Lord Dunracn, considering that he had
bavn unjustly treated, had determined to
withdraw his Imnt and go home without
another rare. This was, however, a fig
ment of the brain of someliodv. But that
the Knglish party holds thu smcere opin
ion that it has been badly treated there
can be no doubt. Lord Punrnvrn's friends
nnd iyKiscrs on the City tif Bridgeport,
tho Valkyrie's tender, wen. all curt in
manner and reserved in words.
Opinion on the IK-ciston.
The fart that thu raves would go on was
established by the renieasuremcnt of tho
yachts, which was done hist night by
elect ric light, the reason Ileitis that the
Britishers had determined to rcduco tho
racing length of their boat by discharging
lead ballast. As to the decision of the re
gatta committee, cvcrylmtly had an npln
ion. Of conrse most persons upheld tho
committee from pat riot iu motives, if
nothing else. There were a good many,
nifwcvcr, wno championed the alkrie
and her cause. T-hcre were others who
said that the committee ought to have
given the nice to the Valkyrie because the
Defender could lx-at hcran.vhow.nnd a ver-
dirt fuvunilUc to the Englishman would
have no other effect than to make neces
sary one more race.
Cam, However, Are Not Identical.
While thinking the whole matter over
old timers recalled the action of Sir Rich-
ord Sutton, tho owner of the Gencsta. who
raced against the Puritan iu 1SS5. It was
remeiiilirred that the Puritan accidentally
nut certainly muled the Uenesta ut tho
start n the first day of the match. When
the committee sent word to Sir, Ilichjrd
that the Puritan, had been disqualified
and that he cut ml sail over the course
alone and win the race, he replied that he
did uot want to win tliat wuy, he wanted
a raco and not a wulkovcr.
KEMEASVREMENT OF THE YACHTS.
Ilnnraven Strips Ills Itoat of Everything
The Defender and the Valkyrie were dry
docked in the Erie basin for another scrub,
and were iloated again before dark. The
Defender also placed one of her spare top
masts in position to take the place of the
one that was sprung in tho collision. A
surprise came to the people who were wait
ing about the din ks when John Ilyslop,
the ofiicial measurer of tho New York
Yacht club, entered the Boston dock yard,
in which tho dry docks are situated, with
bis block handbag in tow, and proceeded
to measure the two boats ag;dn.
It was said that bord Dunravcri had
asked for one imu measurement in the
hope that by dint of extraordinarily se
vere stripping the Valkyrie's water line
oonld yet be reduced so ta.it the 29 seconds
time allowaueo she gives the Defender
eould be wiped out. It was certain tliat
tho English yacht was bare of everything
that could be removed under the rules.
But the same ttiing can he said of tho Do
fender. On board tho City of Bridg. -port,
the Valkyrie's tender, were Rear Commo
dore Arthur Glennie, Designer Watson
and Sailmaker Katsey. These gentle
men had no opinion to express on the re
gatta committee's decision. Captain
Hank H.aff. on the Dwfender, expressed
his opinion that Isclin had no power to
call Tuesday's race off, even if he felt so
inclined. The captain thought that the
nullifying of the event lay entirely with
the America's cup commit tec
In an interview Lord Dunraven ex
pressed himself regarding the act inn of
regatta committee of the Now York Yacht
club in the matter of the protest made bv
tbe Defender in Tuesday's race as follows":
"I shall sail this race tomorrow us a sports
man, because I have no orrasloa to do
therwise. I believe ia ths ability and
honesty of the regatta committee of tho
Xew York Yacht club. I believe that no
effort has been mule to influence fheir
decision. I believe them to be gentlemen
and yachtsmen, and, while I do not cam
to say anything about the Valkyrie, I yet
think that Mr. Watjon has also fulfilled
his engagement to build for me a boat. I
do not expect that Mr. Isclin will offer a
chance for a resail or anything of that
"While it is very ccrtaia that tho Amer
icans cup is lost by reason of tho Valky
rie's raring showing, it is not so certain
that at some time the cup may not bo car
ried across the Atlantic I believe that the
IX-fCndcr made a heroic effort on Tuesday.
I do not think that the decision of tlie
Xew York Yacht club regatta committee
is based tirum their calm consideration of
the matter in hand. I do not agree with
Itritisher r.ives lp the Fight.
London, Sept. 12. Fhe Yachting World
says: 'Two races have licen lost, one
actually and the second virtually. What
ever may be the verdict about the protest,
we cannot possibly doubt that the De
fender was a moral victor. Wo must con
sole ourselves by admitting that Her
reshofTs boat is exceptionally adaptet to
its purpose. We believe, however, that if
If erreshoff should be obliged to design a
boat to cross the Atlantic ii it more than
likely that Watson could design a shell
capable of turning the tables."
Tliat Story Was Too Pretty.
XEW York, Sept. 12. Regarding the
story that Lord Dunraven told his crew
that ho would give each 30 shillings a
week as long as they lived if the Valkyrie
won the cup a reporter paid a visit to tho
City of Bridgeport, on which Lord Dunra
ven and his friends wen- lodged, nnd a
n-utleman who said that he was author
ized to sicak for Lord Dunravcu was
usked: "What truth is there in the
tory?" "It is rot, positive rot."
DEMOCRATS OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Nominate a Ticket aatl Indorse the Na
WILLIAMSPOIST, SejJt 12. The
Democratic state convention adjourned
last night after making these nomina
tions: For stato treasurer, ex-Congressman
Benjamin F. Myers, of Ilarrisburg,
by acclamation; for judges of the superior
court Harman Yerkes, of Bucks county;
J. S. Moon-head, of Westmoreland; C. II.
Xoyes, of Warren; P. P. Smith, of Lack,
awatina; Oliver P. Bechtcl, of Schuylkill,
nnd Chistopher Magee, of Allegheny.
Apart from tho judical contest, the fea
tures of the convention wcra the adoption
of a platform indorsing President Cleve
land and the principles of thu Democratic
party, and arraigning the present stato
administration; and speech by John J.
Moloney, oticof the Philadelphia delegates
attacking William M. Singerly, who was
tho Democratic candidate for governor ut
the last election.
TRYING TO EMULATE FLORIDA.
Islipeinlng Striker Don't lso Winches
ters, but Their Intention Is Plain.
Isni'EMlNO, Mich , Sept. 12. A crowd of
strikers who assembled in the vicinity of
tho Salisbury iiiiuo to watch for the ap
proach of the new men who wero ex-pectj-d
on tho midnight train loosened tle
bmku on u train of ore cars and ran
them into that location. They wore gotng
fifteen miles an hour when they strurk,tho
cars in which the steam shovel oporatore
and others working at the mines under
military protection were deeping. The
men wero thrown from the bunks. Tho
sleepers wero drivt.ii over i!00 feet along
the road, and one of them, which ran
against tho ore shutes, was derailed and
somewhat damaged. The ore shutes were
TRAIN ROBBERS MAKE A FLUKE.
Find That They Have Missed Their Object
and "Light Out."
Grand Junction, Colo., Sept. 12. Pas
senger train Xo. 1 on tho Hio Grande was
held up at thu littlo station of Crevasse,
about twenty-threo miles west of this
city. When the train had gone a short
distance from Crevasse tho engineer dis
covered that the engine had been roll on
a siding and was pulling only the mail
and baggage car, the rear portion of the
train having been cnt off at the station by
the robbers. Evidently they thought they
had detached tho express car from tho
train, and found that it was only the bag
gage car. When they discovered their
mistako they mounted horses and skipped
for the mountains.
Kansas Town Fire Swept.
Wichita, Kan., Sept. 12. Word is re
ceived here that a disastrous lire is ragina
in Conway Springs, a town of 1.200 in
habitants in Slimmer county. Half of ths
business center, including the jiostoflice,
has been destroyod. The town is practic
ally without lire protection and its build
ings are mostly light frame structures.
The latest news is tliat the bucket brigadu
hud the flro under control. Loss not
known as yet.
Situation in a l-nthcran Synod.
Yocnustowx, O., Swpt. 12. At a meet
ing of the Pittsburg synod of tho general
council of the English Lutheran church n
move was made to enforce the clause of
the church constitution which provide
that no minister or that church snail be a
member of a secret society which Is "un
christian or infidelic in its tendencies."
The attempt to enforce was a failure be
cause a majority c tho ministers were
themselves members of secret societies.
Calls for Cuban Recognition.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 12. Tho
Jacksonville Board of Trade has adopted
resolutions declaring that tho time has
come for the United Statcsjturcrnment to
recognize thu Cuban revolutionists as
belligerents, and requesting the Florida
senators and representatives to use every
means to bring about such recognition a.
soon as possible.
Tried to Save Her Dog.
ST. Lot is, Sopt. 12. Pretty little Emma
Schoemng, 12 years old, died at tho city
hospital from the result of a pistol shot
fired by Ed Foley, about her own age.
She was trying to save Hie life of a pet
dog when she received the pistol ballet in
her stomach. The mother is heartbroken
over the death of her daughter.
" The 6agar Bounty Contention,
WaSHISCTON, Sept. 12. Secretary Car
lisle has received Senator Mand-.-rson's ap
peal from the action of Comptroller Bow
ler in sending the Oxnard sugar bounty
case to the court of claims, and has noti
fied the senator that he would huar ar
gument on behalf of the appellant on Fri
day, Sept. ao.
New York Financial.
New Voks. Sent. 1L
Money on eU was easy at 1 per cent.
Prune mercantile paper 3,.'fl."il4 pi cent. Stcr
linjr en-hanitP steady, dull, with actual lrojw
in Irulkers' bills at 4rv4 'iHJ for demand and
"4J for sixty dav; pastel rates -tsa"
4!.Biftl4!)tU.'l; commercial bflls."3y.,'rttf 4S&
Silver certiiicats. ir,17li; no sales; bur
silvr. iij. Mexican d!llrs. SI V
UniTed Stat.-s government Ivmds eosia-:
new 4 s re(t., l'ii!.j; do. coupons. I'i'sr-.,
11: 5's coupon, Ui;4's re? 1111.; 4's roup
ns, 112' j : 2 s rep., W' , ; Paeilie 6' of 'Xt, 10J.
Chicago Grain and roducto
Chic ami, Sept. 11.
Following w.re tho quotations oa the
FKMtrd of Tra.L t.Hlay: Vhe:it sp;emler.
Ofiened jti' -, ei sed o5m-: Dece:nlM-r, OJleued
5Pt clwl S7vs": May, C2-"ie.
closed fl'-r. Corn Septcinb -r, opened
cltised :t;: (etiU-r, opened i.bo, cUned
i,!2'"; lf'-mber, ttjH-ne-l 2;. rlM-l 2V-;
Jtfay. ojicntnl ai'ae. -l.sed 2.c- Oats S.-r-tember,
o-,nd l!--. closed 11 ; May,
oiH-iv-d 2U-. eUis-d 24C. I'orC Septt-intit-r,
luminal, elo..i $f,i; Jaiiuary, eiM-iietl $s.l,
closed vl2i3. Larl S.-pt.-iiiK t, numinn!,
closed J.-'a; Oetober, oiK-ned W-To, clos-1
Prodiuv: Butter ZjLtra creamery, 2iX- or
lb.; -xtra tLiirr, 17e; packing i-toek. K 1
Egs lYesh stovk. loss off. He jx-r diu.
Livo H)ul;ry Sprini? cliick'-ns, he per lb.;
hens, : mosti-rs, ha.T,'2'X turkeys, Hlle;
dueks, )(?: R.sse, .Mi.m per dot Po
tjitoes Fair to euoiee, 2-Hf.Wc iK-r ba. New
Apples jl.Mj'i.W in-r bill. H.mi-y White
clok-er, I Hj. .-tiiai, new stuoic K;lH-;
brown comb, lif:l2e; ilark comb, poor paek
a0es, be; strarti.-d California, ha-ic
Chicago Live Mot-k.
t'liiCAiai. S,-pt. 11.
Live Stock Prices at tha I'uioa stm-lt
yard todny r.i-tl as follows: Iles
umtcd roo-ipts for the day, 17.0.U; Wilis
ruiR.il ut 2.2.Vil.ii p;gs. $ASUol.5o li-lit,
a.7j?it.!i.i riiU'li paeki:e, f.l.s5vi.lJ iuU-.l.
and fcJ.'Jiw 1.00 heavy luekins and shippiuj
Catth' Estimated lvo-iiiti f.ir tho day,
15.W; tiuot.itlons r.uwd at (.i.4.Vu.5.t5 c-Uoiiv.
to extra shiepin; st.--rs, 4.so".VW ckkI to
choice do, l.i l.-vj f:ur to koo.I. t i.VJal.lo
common to medium do, t-i 4.oi.S0 bntcut rV
steers, t2.litrtj.15 stoekers, f.l.Zj.l.1.0 ' f --dT-t,
tl.n-IO cows, 2Jin.l.'.'J heifers, ?1.7."mHiU
bulls, 2.7.rfl:i.6 Texas 8ts rs. 5.!H.M.tW west
ern ranse st.-rs. and .1..J veal calves.
Shuep estimated receipts for the day, 11.0il;
Kiles rangt-d at ti.'.IW'j'LW westerns. i.7j
2.ST Texjius, tl.7oa.XS3 uitivei, and tlUyVJi
The Local Market.
tints Ntw, liici-Wc: o'd. Tt.
Hay Timo!h. fl'-fitlt: nplsml, J13: wild, $1
6(12; s!ouli, 7$lit; haic.l. f 10.
r nonet e.
r.nter Fair to choice, 15:31c; frcrh cream
Keg!. Frcb. 12!4?.
Poultry thickens. 0!4c
uve stock .
Csttle Bntchcru pay for corn fed stents
1Sic; cows aud iivilvn. ScaSc; calvc,
i toes I'icfiric.
bpriue lamb, ti.5(2$i 1 held.
Coal Soff, 10c. .
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70imH B&TS BOQOS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at tha Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, cn ths lirst floor of
the Harper Houso.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. cn week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week dtys On Sundays ths
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Lllctro-thcrmal
baths may be obtained at arj
time during business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bslh