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?tifntttt. Y? XXXV.N? IO,fii>?. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1875.-WITII SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CERTS. CORNELL'S VICTORY. THE UMfMMIM RACE ON LAKE SARATOGA. COKXKLI. FIRST-COLUMBIA PKCOND. A yanrv.ct day?thkoxos of visitors-tiiihtpfn CKKW8 in ima miau i i_um at thk half MUK, HARVARD AT TIIK MILK, AND t OHSKLL THK Bltrtl OK THK WAY?COU" M Bl A "CON?, har vard Tiiiiu?, aaaiMUvra ponara, araaunraa rilTn, TALK SIXTH. AMMkOkgt SKVINTII, AND PBIXiEION 1.A.-T -KXIITKMKNT OVER THK IlK pri.T?THK 81NOI K-StTI.l. HACK WON MY KKN Nll.y ?II YAI V. Tho Uatrereitj nice on I?akr Bamtoga urn* non 09 Hit* Cornell trow in 16 minutos H'AU aect'ti?!-. Camel] led at the first half niih', wau headed hy Hamid at the first mile, re? gained tin- lead at the wcoiid milo ami kept It to tho end. Colutnhit wau MOand, Winji balf I leafth in advance of Harvard. Tho placee ?>f twelve crewe at the finish, irith ll.oir timo (so fat as it was taken) wore : 1. Conioll.10:.r>:i*4 2. Columliia.17:04]4 'A. Barrani.17*0M| 4. Dartmouth.17:10',i ?r>. Wealejaa.17:13 H 0. Yalo.17:14*4 7. Amherst.17:'-".?:ii 8. Hi own.17*33^ ii. Williams.17:4H*4 10. Bawdoia.17:?r>(Ai 11. Hamilton.,. 12. Hales. Priacetaa withdrew) one of the crow havinp faint?-?!. Tho "Eagle scull raee wa? won by Julian Kennedy of Yalo. THi: STONY OF TU h CREAT RACE. BEFORE THK START. |Ii> rK.lt'.HVIII FKuM A 9tA99 r<HII;l.-l'iiM'IM <?F THE TKIIII M ] BaaATOOA, fair 14.?"Mr Gad I They're won it, tli'?'?<' linn it I*' eereeaeed a junior bj mv air. r* r. ,1'iimI it ! It ?vas a howl un?! a v? 11. f rowed with a mar. Yet, tiny hail won it?won it with sti-nn* ann-tint lnr niontlis ha?l been titt.ni* themaelvea for tlii-lui? i ami Intense apart; \?<?ii it bj pluck ami -tn Hirth timl i-liil!; won it with the led a:i?l wbitc ?li?.' living ali'iur tin n* path d'or it waa ("uri.? ?I that Ii.kI >raiii?-<l Iba pn/.i | ; WOB II ?Mtha foy that was taree ami bininu;-:, tbougb no one ????'lilli liav?- gaeaoed that auder thal enforoed cain th? ir heart*! were Unuapiag with triumph. It ??as fbeir teeo-nd vi? tory, and there were bo more saeta worlds lift le eeaejaer. Tho ra?c begaa befan aunt i-?'. It was a rnco to riso trat, nn?l a battle fur breakfast. Tin* whole hotel population ajada at leant <?n<' -*tn?l?? toward health, wealth, end a, nie* 11 anil in .ii \y -nil J?ri>c?l tilt' waiteXBOOl ?'f tlnir twe or three ecaaeo, Theee aetive ereatnrea were eei/?*?l with the same Barrona affection, that everj Una! -a.atli.1 m-e or pullut- oxiit'.ini'ut bring"* upon Iinin. Tiny jn ni ix ii about an if ?'?cry ?li-h tiny ? ii ri??l had m. Vitiih'ri ?lan??', ami everjtbtng tiny iruiiulit, which wea invariably the wrong thing, can.imi tho tun. Your napkin ram?? with a liol?, eki|>, ami j'imp, anil you wara lucky if your euffoe caine ut all. All Beratoga was in a atete of minti. The main stn?"! was (dogged from ead to end with ?rehiclea of ev?ry gender and religkma d?nomination, all annaonated bj th? raglr fjnd Baratagiaa <>n the lookout for the tullin ?nt and anaoapeeting t.mrist. There wen at i.??i,< ini.i-'' -.pila? tona,two m at wagon**, buggiee, dirt ? irr,?, farm wagons haiom lies, ami every \i im le w"hil li the ? upidity of tuan ?an mako tiwi? of, ox? ?'?it win-? Ibarrowa and iilo??s. Thor?' aere enough wneeh t-? have tran-pi'it? A tho anny of Xerxes, anil thr fact that foiii-wlm h ?1 eoBTejaaeea were pretty nearly a *lni(* in tho market, together with the prearnoeof a flauet ?lu.-ii,?' who wim ata?oned all day in ?me of tho h?tele, eraatBM?1 t?? the manie with warrante, acrv? ii to !n"il? rate the Itehing palma "f theee Jehna, Th?- < in??il ???im ina<l<- nil of all the veteran planean a? ? kera, and the raw rotriiii-i-i of Beratoga, tboee who bad ? ama foi a ?lay end tims?* who wiro baie all tho timo. Tlii- main railroad bad been bringing in mor?' than 3,000 people a ?lay, lor the leal ihrer deja, ami Ihe ewana ia the Tillage thawed thelaereaee, The lulo ?>f peefle that eeeieleealj ilow?d along the ?treet anea tamed ?>ut with tho proeeeeioa ?>f wheeledthiaga towarda th?? Lake. The dust waa rolant, bal only m brief guate, The weather bureen had ?'omi' to the reeene al tho local watering cart, ami the mad wea in a aubndaaivc mood. The mairies ottpt ...t< II Wt rr ??,?!' lilly to hfl BO leen preooaneed ihaathoae of ti?** erewa Whoever I.. i a eaDege t*' ttand bj* etood bj it, at lea t to the eaton! ol a bit of colored etlh. Tho ladlee bloomed eat ia theee deooratiooa, wore them on their arm? ai '1 htt-, and in hit' defiant nowa at the peaka <?f Ihr If eanahadna 11m jaengmeaaad the obi men won- tht'in, and Ihe Utile boja. The boaaea wore lhere too. Large eeeeaeiona came to all the collegee iartng the night Tin- mad was fan ly aflame with Har? ml, and there was enough of tho Williame j.;: i.?i lohavi r iln ?1 all tho Pharaohe. The colon fi.it. rall ?1, and ?ln'iia prettj Yak* blonda reeog? ni/- d tin blue badge in aome maeculine button bola, both mailed e smile of -y mpathj, au?l became frieada by intuition. 'J'! ? ?lay wau ?livitii-lv fair. Lim? on lino of gr?ai white eloade rose above th<" borlaoa, grouped like giant nanea in Um ikiea, t?> witueaa the eonteel uf the inimic fleet below, wini?- the ?r? nt ral sky wa* ?un- magaifle? nt elHpaa of na* hroken bine, Tho ink'- lay bathed ia ah the glory af the July ann, which mihi?? ben to haye nothing bat bealing in ile beam?. Tho ?I uda that earlj la ti. ? ?lay had eba end the aky had diaappeared, aad then waa nothing to bim Um b< .i.ity of Um .-< ? to Iba ?o.l?K'an's ??;,?? rare the e'..g'u rippling breeze that brake the earfaee of Um lake into a million brilliant dancing points, proclaiming roughened wat?r. Tho aiad wat aeereelj mun than enough to curl th?* wat.i into rtppiea, bat it ??as moro in its thtoats than n? oil?', tn. Tin? gentle air eeema ter? rihh't? tb, leogtag *?hII-k?- buj, Deeaanot know th<- tata of hit eoUege till the amootb wat?i h? r way. At this oaily hour the laka is Maret ly di'tti?! hy a BOOM of craft. From th<" al ITtiug lim-, B aaarler of a mile ahore flaaha Mill lathe flniah at Uio grand stan?! th<- watir li?* unriillli ?1 by a keel. mu roemoxg or thk. cbbwi ob rai ooinma, The flapi mai king the tonr-c KtnUli like a 1?. It dawe Iha laka, u?? kaea gradaally deepening into a nnif'inu black, until in t),. ili-t.m??' eveathii diaap* Baan in the glitt?r of the water, The long Hue "f thr ???HIM' Ktiiti lu h Kb full hiiKth injin on? -hore to Hie ether, etaitiag at the pr?twntorj thal riaeo lato Kiiak.- Hill, and aading on the other bunk at the eajio, win? h is Iha plae. of the j^raiid i-taml. A lak?' could liiinlly h?ve b?*?'n d< v ik-?I to lil a ra? ?'< imiiho more olfiaely. Hie Imiikvi i>e li u? of flap ? t"s.- the conn-? at ?*?ery ei**lith of ? mile, lil??' r??*.?.s Ol' lill??. F.a?h tl.ig Li one huiidlid feel fiotii it? | n?igi.b??r iu the BBBM tnaeverea Mae- and mu rdghth of amil?', cf ?euri*?, from iln fell??w in eeler, in the k?i<K prtx-esuiuu that atretchee down the lake, atid in Whnh oath tr??e hue at?iiis le fonn a battalion in a long MghaWBl of Hags. I^Kikiiig from the east, rn aliore, the fitst ctnirw? ia tbat??f I'.n a, ? !.. h l.a.i no na? at all, but it ia to row thin ? ??la of Harvard, and ia gi?en a wide berth In all that ?dge uf the lake that lie? LAKE SARATOGA?THE COURSES OF THE UNIVERSITY CREWS. between the Harvard line an?, the eastern shun?, having a whole bay to it-? If jn-t l???l?>tv Knake Hill. First m the Una of flags eames Harvard, with Ha blood-rod nu th.it it baa beea ???mi?? lh-?l t?? wear siiiieUnion College asserted it-? prinr claim to the ?acanta ribbon, whieh II.nul l?:is been wearing by Union's ooarteajr, and whieb had eome to bo a i?iiit?if ii?? history. Then H.i .lilton, with the green ami white Bag thal waa to have marked Trinity's ??onrso, tboagb Hamilton, (whieb baa taken Trinity's plaee) will endeavor to establiah it- Identity With abhret rioted trouser? of nae pink, as ita OWN guidon. Then Yale tin-* it? nndannted bino, separated ht luit a taught line tram it?- biatoric lit.J, fair Harvard, ttith the fatality that ??? ma always t<? lu int. th? so ?titi tim?* enemiea into .loee Q-U-rt-ro. Tben Dartmouth, with ita bright greenland next Prim*, ton, floating the yellow and black standard of til?-lion?!? ?ii Nassau. Then a squaro piece ?of Ameri? can bnnting, Wesleyun having abandoned lavender ii? being too easily confounded with - ?mewbat simi? lar shades, and having appropriated a dice <>f the Amerieaa flag. Then ron... NewTork's favorite. Um flue nml white ??f Colombia. Brown i? decked with fu?en.?1 black, a color that seems lo h.ite been selected vtiih malice afore* thought, that they might begin their BMUning early. Bowdoia is the pure white, an 1 a umst j effective ?olor ?m the water, that swallows np so nany shades in ita own bine. __n_b? ral shows white and purple; and Cornell cann Han and white ; while Williams, the outpost on the Western frontier, weam the royal pntnle. jin: i nisi'HQM ?ii PBEFABATIOX, Tlio boni draws nearer and there are signs of urep iii'iitifui. veritable little mosqnitoos of steamboats, all iiotv and ttiih no apparent stern, sin? it about eanying fadgee and reporten. Among timm may be Been tho Referee's boat, a low, bia* k, pira!nal looking craft, which now and ih,ii steams away from the main grono, and darts abont lihe an Impatient hornet. It isa little longer than a iww-boat) ami makes ita throe mil?'., in 17 minntee, The _nen on the deck stand higher than the smokestaek, and the streamer at the Ht? m, a .?ton i ?mi-, luis to I?- taken in to keep it ont of th?? water. In the middle of the Ink?- is gather?. ?I a ilninpof these diminutive tugs, thal k* k m ii they bad nothing t<> tin. with but their teeth; of row boots, shell?, and an ot?. aajonitl sail-boat, They ne slow in gatheting at Um hiartiim lim-, which is fairly deaerted except by a stray oarsman or two. In all the npner ead of the lake there i? aothingto indicate the probability <>f s race except the Im? ? of flags,flyingfnll from tluir leaning poota, sod the group ?of ?pi-ttaior? gathered in Cornell's qnartera, v* lu? li are perched daringly on the side of Snake Billa and cling t<> (li?? rery brink of ? respecta bl? precipice, h_-0*s which the watti lies ?dark and deep, and groan v. it h nilli n?i foliage. Till Bt-BROONDIXO. OF TI.*. UACv, Indeed, later <>n when the signal gan, which Is said to hat?? made Ha dehnt at the battle <'f Saratoga, fireu its warning to tho crows to ge? into ?mc, tho whole outlook is deficient in what Mr. angustio Daly ?alls " contemporaneooa hiiTiifn interest." Tln-n? aro only statt? ml signs of human presence. Tin- grand stand, three miles fr.nu Bnakc Hill and live miles from the head of the lake, is black now only in spots. It skeletoti is not yet cot? red with flesh, and ?mat paniit boms show through, white ami baie. 'lim boals on the lake, whether prop? lied by steam, sail, <>r hnmao strength, do ant exceed a score. At the upper end of the lake the pleasing succession of low wood and weB-shavea hill is unbroken by any moving thing; sat?- where a boat-house pokes it? nose ont of the bashes, and sane discontented Freshman, left ia charge of the ?ii?.(?of the departed crow, paces Impatiently op and dow.i. Oil to the west, mil?-?* from the laka, ris? s the Kayaderosseras Bango, blue in tho haze of f.irly ?lav. Back from the east r m bank, then aro Hnesof hills behind which the out? line of the green mountains, pale ia the distance, ?lis.iMji iv-1 utin ly. Hut n me of these approach the wat. i. tv itch is bounded from ?-ml to ?*tnl only with a gentle elevation, mown eloae to the surface, or grown over with tre? ? whfc fa half hide pretty white lions?'??. Then is no bight on the lakt Itself, sara the often eiied Snake Bill, whieh is only 200 feel bigb. iii?- Minonnctings of the Baratoga Regalia then, from a bird's-eye view, aro beautiful, but thej an not spirited. It i? th?- unassaming ami civilized beauty ? f n.iinie, bul do. the thnll that romes from the Inspiring presence of a gn at i rowd. Tin: . ii.s.tl. ?,i N lil. I ?-.'?.-? lill BOATS I Mu I IM . At 10: i.*., aa annonneed beforehand, the ii ii gun boomed the word of command to the cgows to gather at the starting line. The throatening breen did not de*?? i tin-in, and tin y began lo tenter at the n-inle/.t.us. Thal speak, whieh appsarod aa the water Just now, pul f"rth it? hu n legst ami paw from a do, to B line, and from a lins loan arrow, tvis Bowckrin, her white raj?? rivaling thoss ?m which she rode, ?Sha waa ia uno al 11, and waited for Um mine tardy contestants. Union soon made her ap? pearance, palling over from the s<.inh hid?- of the lull. Cornell followed, polling in good form, and now the object nf euj-ci attention, since the victory of jmste____y Kate birth to predictions of another snc_____ Brown now took h? ratatloo hy bet piiati? IliiK, and Williuius came next. Har? vard maa the next in onlt-r, not pnllltiif in the 1km uf fuiiii. l'lIn? ? tori war the s? tenth boat 1?) res? li its [ihnc, Ttlule llaiiulton, Amherst, WtMtleyan and Columbia all pnce-lcd Vale. .Vii? ii tin- boat approa? bul?the favorite of tbo b? t tersand the BpS_t_SBS__, and the pride of so many frieiid? ami foes?it w.is impossible to repress a ?ry of admiration. This night uot be the winning crew; there mitflil not lie here the plurk of luck that se-ur?* victory ; but this v. as the ptietry POSITIONS OF THE CREWS ON THE LAST HALF-MILE Ki Mllcn WILLIAMS Kopai Ciiij-le, CORNELL turn, han A II hite AMHERST I'ttijiti A II hite BOWDCIN Pfhlie COLUMBIA l.t,? A IT Iii te WESLEYAN PRINCETON Oromii A Clark DARTMOUTH 6' e< i n 7ALE /I',,.-! HAMILTON Bo*), HARVARD i rimmom UNION dornt t ?\Mlli-l til as _i o z r .2 z u. of motion, 'iii" Steady Stroke, the n.-?' ami fall of tin- body, thf? rhythmic sweep of the oar, tin? perfect unity of the crew, made tin- entiv ?if fin- Vale i n a ?me of the epochs of Hie ?lay. Tin six oan moved like ?mi-, and I dan- say each hear! beat Uko sixty, Dartmouth was last though not least, a-- ti:, a'i u .I -di iwed, fur big mi n hammering away at their aboit, quk k ?.linke as usual. I ,tu causes <?r ni i tv. Last of all lillie the It felee, foi I lit? lifflie i? min permitted by the mysterious law that governs rai is in i -i ipi v, it ti? >ut some accident. Fortunately this tiuie, it wa- onlySOBSe |nirti<?n of the rudder ma* < lim? it that was unshipped, It was sunn replaced, andas the watch approached a gaarterof 12, all ?Wen waitui/-' for the wold. The bo.ii? lay le re ill line, moving their lunga inga gently to keep m place Another difficulty baa presented Itaelt to canee de lay. At 0 a.m. the stahl? boats had been perfectlj ?..ssiirti? ?I, but w Inn everything was In readiness for tin- start if appeared that Wealeyan's and Yale's starting-boats had either drift? d or had been polled nu. of liii'?. The raf< ree Insisted on a? sitniiiiii th. ui anew before Starting tin? rae?'. The delays m . unfed in all alunit an hour, but during th<- tim?' the wind.whieh at 11 o'clock (the ap? pointed time) had boen to?? fresh for eoutfor! bh rowing, had ?li? ?I down to a faint bn ese, tv lin h ?mit rippled the water. An?! when at last all was Mady, th?- im, its laj at their starting petal motionless, the bright caps shilling in the sun. The piratical-look? ing n-fi re?-'? steamet La the rear was ai? still as if no wind bien at all. nu BOATS ni < j it r un: wnitii. Tin? gathering was worth a review. The half naked boys, brown a? Indians, tun? the Hotter of the physical development of the American college. Iii?- muscles ?-lo? .?I ?mt full and lina a- iron, ami the h. ant y ot theil tanned backs ami shoulden was enough to convince one that flesh color ought to I??? bernita. In ?-ai h boat the six beads bouda .A.s if by a machine the ??..r.s lit back. lin? loiii-, brown boats eronch lil' d'iii- luid ill lim hash, their lioivrt thrust out. Every cofd is strung, waiting fur the word to fly. Who ? m watch the flight of ki separate boat?, all eager for a start f For once I believe la Butlerism, and wish thal I had that swivel-eyed statesman willi nu-. J could BSaign six boat? to each ? ?J ??, iiml reserva ona foi Byealf. Bat those crows dont can much fur Butler or limIitisjii just nou. They teal the sun glistening on Iii. .i bait- backs, and (he ripple of tin? MBlot vibrating tbrongb their oars, and they eanaee in imagination the crowd that waiteeagerlj for them at the end oi the most eventful throe aiileaof tin i? lires. At last tbey were ready. The antlojtM gun aliased tin-, ami Mr. Gunster, rodoeed lo Natur?-'? signal, ?ailed ?mt, M Aro yon ready f A moment of dead silence and suspensa, while each man counts throe ander his breatha " 1 lum, pa." They an shot like tin srro fro i tbs bow. Tho start waa madaal i_::it:?J__ 'lill: RACE. io inn mon ?m ? ii te Tbaaevent] eight oars flashed al once, and in al". the line not a boat in is.-? ?I iti? si nike. Hart aid, ?" - oording to Ita "Id tradition, gained the best start. The (oiiii li crow, the mea <>f tha hour, ?_taine?i the In _l best, and pulled liv.ay ne? k lind tie? k With Harvard, At first tbs d'Serones was scarcely p?i eeptible, but k?k?ii Corn? 11 was s??n t?> pam Williams on th?- mu .o?- tt?st of ile lim-, and t.? hate au a|> pan nt had of everything on her ?ule <>f the SOnrSOt (lu the Snake Hill side Halt.ml shot out ?tagging li.multi.;, sa ?me si?|e and Cm m on the ot li? r, and it tt us no1 Ion? l?foie she hada lead nu Val?-. The center boats wen? pretty well bunch? .1 ; tim green cap? of Dart? mouth and Urown's and Wes1, yan'? Ism.? were well to tlio front. At the one-half mile the positions of the crews wen. as Mlawai Conn U, Ilartiinl, Dartmouth, ami Cobiinbin in lb?' front rank, with Yale, .Vrslryai-, l'ottiloin, Ilmttn, and Aniheist ?.los. up. I*riut< ton '??'?*' WflltaM MBBt alightlj behind theee, Farther bach. Union and Hamilton already had mattera to themoelvee. The nu?' ai this point aaa Uno j Harvard ahead, Cornell palling reij ?haily about :i:i -f'.ik'- tn the minute. Columbia at 'hi ??as already tbowing her metal, -tod Dartmouth doing -inpriaingty well in ihe center, Harvard'a i p?i ali.n ki i uki area noticeable, and nutwithetanding a ??ant uf uniformity in the boat, there wea a certain spirit and ila-li ??huh engend Well tor final tri? umph. Yale waa roariag areli together, aad erith tin lini-li ot ii linn/ lulim ?I r?e??; but the boat did not um re as her parUoaaa ?venid have alabad, and ih?- perceptible panne at tin-end of eachetroke seemed to m tile du- hu?t ami slip her headway. The lir-t di-a-t r of th?" race cann Io Yale, who fouled the Brat Bag on ber ooaree, wbieh ma? bava eoutribnted to eel h**r beek a little. Carnell palled a ateadj ami deliberate etroka, after the wanner pursued by tin- tYrahar-ea <?n the aamo ??at<r jeeterdaj, and nade aatoniahiug headway ?? it h apparent ii-*-. Hut Harvard had evidently eel In r mimi "ii a good lead, and managed to keepit bj au effort for a luag ?lis?ame. Colombia, tin. 1ml ?n t<i draw np, abual th?< mihi flag, anti lui a short time ??as aeCOOd in the ra?'?', according to the referee, ti.gb the Cornell bow ?io ? not think the waa ahead el him ai any time. The rare now preaeated a remarkable ipeetaele. Iln? li ii-1 divieioa ol' Um tintilla included Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, ami Dartmouth. linn aitir au interval Yale and Wcsleiati came ?m. almo-t aide bj tide, h adhg Brown, Am* berat, Williaeta, Princeton, Bowdoin, Man ilton end Union, who made np Um n ;?r guard. Sum after the mile, the latter were Joined bj Princeton, who fell to the rear. OB nil ?-? ?'?vi? Mill: i!:i\<TT<>\ 0OE8O1 I '?! Tin: l;?' i . Looking al the race from the m -le, it had little n g? i,l mt?*, but from bul t aed rear, the boats, following tin i r ?lilli nut lauee, aere reen to be dotted regularly all acToae their ?our-?-. The Bega were ?? tiiuaui perfection. Few boata bail any trouble withthem. Val?- waa delayed hit!?' if enj by lnr fool, ami lim'.? ti mokea no complaint, though it waa thought at one time that aba had itmekanag in peering near the middle of the conree. AU daahed prosperoualj an?! proudly up the roane, rtriviag with every atom of hkill and atrength for the lead; bal tin re waa little change la relative p, iti,!i- ifii r tin (ir-t half nile. The crews which took the load .retained it, and the erewa which li**-t fell to th? lar oi.l.? dropped farther and farther beek, a?s Um rea .->?? pt < award ap to Um mile ami a half. Tn? beeta .- ? i, < I menai.I the terrible atrain bravely. The erimeon a ia ?till ahead, Colombia perfaapanext,aad ('??null third,though tbedifler* euee between Um three boato wea but a few feet, and the pri < ? rh m ?* ?vas baid to ?I?-, ii! , ??. [th anch a lateral diatance aa atretched between Columbia in tin- middle of Um lim-, and Harvard und Cor? eel] almost at the two extremes. Tlio dil erance in tween Um three was not over half a boet'a length. Dartmonth bold her <i??n, ami wrnt peeaaiag tha leaden haul. Ai??a?s nek? big a fine appearaaeeta areeey Dertraoath abowed a i-oiir-pi? uoiisly haadaoBM rrew,eethey s|m?1 awaj ?h??? n ih> ?nui-?, pulling a th amaring vigor. Their ki? on ? .j?- pii kad then oat plainlj from the field, if? the ebeerver faUed to reoognixe the mag? j aifieeat phjeloae of the Btto. Dartaoeth vi.jt one of tha grand MirpiiM-s of tho j ra??'. Yulo, alas! was ?-"??ti t<? be the other. There wee Tala kaagtBgeatbefiaakof Derteaoath iaparfeet form, gracefal, oney, otrake after stroke falliagwtth absolut?* perfection, every detail cooa? j.!? "re, i? ino-t beaaUfal sin-lit. Bal bow wae ti thal liariiiKiuih, the ui.scii ntiiic ami derided, kapi thal \ IciiKth or so iheadf An ominous gaootloai ?till Yules partisans were not discuiiraireil. Yale haapuUedu ??ailinn ra???? always, they reason??!. The advantage of CoraeDwai eeeenriag aaaawhal ?lal wlag lie nr rir leagthe el leeel Bat wail lill 1:..|. liHik hi-hiiiir? If out on ih?) hmt muli I Then goatl Be.' leila ami a Lill and two unit* ? flags, badly needed help cam?? to Union and Hamilton in the shape of disaster to sosas of the others abend of them. For a mile and a half Princeton kept a decent position. At this point she laggiiil perceptibly, and it was icimsihod on board the referee's l?o;it that she was likely to take a very low position. Mr. Nicoll, tin captain, aoticing the snddendrag ?if his boat. turned, and observed that Mr. George Parady of Kow-York,who pulled No. l, ttas staring straight before bim with a fixed look and worked feebly at his oar. Ile had hardly sailed to bun, " Cor he. i veil's sake, Family, what's the inatt??r?'' I" ! re Family dropped his oar and fell bach sick and fainting, without reply, inte th? anns of Mr. Van l.i iii ?i bebind him. The reward of ettalong period of labor and abstinence vanished in a mom? nt ; tho life went ont of the boat, and she bU mournfully out of lie* iii e, a logon the sui fa? <? of the lake. , Tin: ??itii'i.KXIO-t in iiiK RAGS < iiam.iv. Tbe misfortunes of Brown and Yale wera leas se? rions, consisting of "eraba,''though theos animals araby no moana a Joke Inn bool race. The Brown iiK-ii up to the milo an?! three-quarters were well forward in the second dit ?sion, b- hind _ ?ile and We?. Iiv.iii, but ahead of Princeton, Bowdoin, Hamilton, Union, Amherst, and Williams. At tin? point, bow? ??ter, Bradbury, No. 2, eanght a nab, and Williams, Amherst, and Bowdoin went by them flying. Th?? Brown crow now put on a spurt which attracted great admiration in the steamers and carried them alii ?ni of Bowdoin and Williams, ona place back o' their obi position, the middle of th" race, which Amherst manag d to bold, in spite of terrible snflering ??H the part ?d' Qoodnow, the stroke, who wa? .-'filly ill. The eighth position Brown n_anagod to bold to the flnish, in spite of another misfortune, consisting in a broken siren-ber at No. 1, which prevented Mr. Boner from ?biinir mach on the finish. Williams and Yal?? caught two crabs apiece about hi re, and Wealeyao strack down a flag, without doing herself much harm. These accidents changed the face ol' things at the rear considerably. In front, Cornell, by a remarkably aub k dash, toads ?til hou ta n> i np i rent e\t ra eli? .ri, hail ?li awn ahead of Harvard Mid Columbia, so that she had clear water, and the other two wore left tootruggls desperately with one another. Wesleyan was nulling np rory lii-t lu re, and Dartmouth looked as if she eoold keep on at the same pace fur a week without dii'iculty. Now waa the tims for Cook to bo beard from. furnell was gaining more ami more, ami the most elie? tito ?pun, not to bo use? less, aros, assas soon. Cook says bo <ll?l call for it, but it did not esme. The boat moved np a little on Dan mouth, but seemed to drag in a discouraged way, ami it was plain before the two and-a-half-mile lag was reached, that Yale was a beaten boat. At tho two mil? i and a half, Cornell had a load of several length . a hu h hail been obtained without ouiekan? iii_r th?- stroke, and apparently without extra ctl'ort. As the seventh and i ightb au d i rossed tbe last half mile lins tin* ii-u.il hoar--'- io,ii 'grot led them from the Grand Maud, and ??'at- a Ham?' of nrtil tiamat into avery o__rsu____-i reins. Cornel] put ta a hard stroke, not exactlj a spurt, but which ha?l tin? ??une ?Heit. Harvard, though plainly tired, answered to the spurt ; but Cohn ubia, throwing every pound upon her gilded Mr-blades, made a superb spurt, und opened between Harvard ami beraelf a gap which separated her by a hair'? breadth from Cornell. Wubin live lengths of the line, "a ci-.ih" was capture?! ?m the port side of tin? iioat, vthieli made bar tremble from prow to rudder, and she Stopped almost ?hurt. liar? ?ml gained a '.""'?I length. It was aperilocs splash, dash, ami Aonadet with Columbia for a moment, a? Harvard swung ni?, but abo gathered hep. m'Ii bravely together, and attora i??w limping stn>k?-s en five togs the bool eanght lbs swing again, aad jii-t swooped ??ter in tima, a second and a bali abend ot th? crimsuOa _ THF. FINISH. TUB wtiiiN?; cnOWM AT Rig ullltn STAND. The Grand (Hand i? the truearena ??t the race. The ti v-t f-.to nub-? and a half ar?? palled laths company of two or three tug-boots past shores of solitude. The liuisli- is ?lone amid the elad ami angry ern?? of fr?en?! and foe, ami is firod with all the beat of a furious crowd. The Grand stand, which this year bad been moved further up lb?? lake ami lim-? an elbow of the shore, nae covered by tbe time the race was dog with a dense mass of people. The unseen stream of vehicles outside Kept poariag in it? eaowds until on tin? whole ?t nid tin r.? was scarcely nu emptv se;it to be seen. Tin? stream "f people ??"?is seemingly endless, and ?li?! not cease- t,, vin, tt inn all th?- narrow opea spaoa between the amphitheater and tin.' tt.it' r <>ii ? hieb low rude seats bad been placed waa anally Hied with a ?treat crowd. Ou the stand Itself, n??' bannon ?if the lead? ing coUeges hang at intervals to mark tboroadsa tou? of th?? varions dignes of students, but hero the solidity ??f tim college flslegutiooa was broken. They ran ia Streaks and gathstod in patches. One-half of the stand was ptntetteJ from the biirniuif suu by a level at. mug. But the otlnr wai open t.? the sky, and _______ the sjsaial beal blu??u.?-d into a flowathsd of suiisli ?des, umbrella?, Ac. Bitting in the cent'-r of th. m a?- ni I CMKetO sightaosany tt?-i?? lrtoa>-PM_l__mt Wil-.ui and ex-(.??v. liolimaii, side by sid??, and ' ?nar..?-"I in lii.iiili?, talk, 'lim >-\-(?overnor wore Hie colees of Union. Hut Mr. Wilson, who gii?<luitt?sl from a ?hiM-makcC? ben? h, prv ISffVsd hi? ??tl'ui.il l>la?*J_. unimpaired. Pstef Coulter, who sat near them, waa just as impartial. Mr. Cut ?per nit??s away so many diplomas that Ii-- dix-.s no! in ?si any liim?f!f. Just beim? linn wa? Wilson I). Hunt, ami mattered ?u?niu<l ii ~?__ ?????.__- PMC, TUE RED CLOUD FRAUDS. THK PKPAhiMKVT STtKTr.FI> BY PROF* MAI.SH'S t If.\KOKS. THK StRPIttSF: (aISI'I) HV TIIK KM "Bl TI? M OV TUB PKiiti-sni;'s BOOVMOrr?k MOM ti Aur.trr awn* TO THK lill) ? i "t ti ll.l M'Y. Washington, July 11.- lhere has been a great flntterin??- to-day at the lut? nor Department over the nynofiMis of the s'at? merit of fiai. Marsh, Tvhieh tippeun-il in the uioniiiii? paper*. ( o ti uni s si< tier Smith at onie pav?* ?m.'an < ptitiaiinn umier Um .supposition thal Baal was telegraphed was the full ilociuneiif. lint on its.irriv.il i* full then* waa /?nat oatoaieaaaal at its leraridabk proportion?ami well fortilied matter. Se? ii t.i.y I', 'ano ?;i.tue?liat?'lr w le? t? il a sei i-t a ?eut to prm ead at ?nu e to the K?jd Cloud Agen? y in regard t<? this, au?! he starte to Bight, um Co\i.Mis-io\t:ii SMITH TRIM TO KXri.AlX. Tilt; nai'Aiti'.irsi BBBIBOOe <?i nu: Pt ij?t ik.ht on Tin. ?it''in PBAX I"* ii. f m\hsii'h Mm iiKHNui: <*HAi'<ii:s-iiii: hhkhi.ii kk^iksth K1 KtHMMI Fill HO ? lill: I OMMIssKlN IO I'KO ( K11? IO l\\ I -ii?.\il" Al ii'-t V. Wi-HiMii'iiv,.lu!y ii.-Tin* Coenaaaieaeref li? llian Allans inakeM the bllewiag statement in r** gerd to the i< tier of Prof. Merah pakMehei tina murnini? in I iii: I'hiiiink ; laaM unie ap? riot. Marah teBoraod Baal ? west?-*** toiir.Uiirin?; ?? iii? li li?' rIMOOdtfel Radi Mad Indian A-umy. Alum* tin-time ef his ntnni iinue-ni'i? ellar?.'?* ni in?* nimbia ui oMie egetaot A-.*? nt Barina ?>f eke Rai limul Agcarj, ??iii'ti laveirarl tie afearertor ?>f tin? riiipl lies ?nil 'lu in.in hi- of their iti-lr;!nitl.i!i. ?|i l'?'.iii ii in a Ne?? York journal atnl in atti r pegata,OH eal ni!,uni n"p.iinitl> to aff, ef Hu? lintern 'lill,!' ami Min later 1er Kepari ne et, ??er tin* tteeeaara ??f im ut loetMe Pr?t Merah ? .une io tte ? it.? of MBafetagtea, a?lai upon me, mu? pre?' uti ?1 :i wimple of niipplii s, ulileli In* e la'trad caine ! mm ??eil I lollil, lilli V? Illili lie li.lil liol ?? I Itleil per? sonally, iii-liui not ? .iii upon tiie laorotorj of lain' laaa rlor, nor ?hil lu*e<iiiiiiiiiir?'.it<" ??Hil lum liy wiitin?:. II?? vee preeetOed bj IBa Pooueeaeri 'nu -,ii t" Uta Penah ileiit, ?uni ii iti itiil these -i lierai .uni .mlettiute BaOBOB1 tloiis. To all Um ????, Hie Ni let ny in.uti nu Mfflj.ae notting feed in'a preeaatad le lum ?i? latta eaeagh to justit'? ?m aaaan r. Parlag tte */toltof tee Ween anargeHoaa t<? VeeMag> ton, n V ly ! ' t, rii'l. Ma;sli maile lis auj? aram e, ami afti r reiiiaiiiiinif r-, ?eral il.iy? in the elly altlllial ralllllff 11 ; >? i ? i Hie Bei let .iry or ? munnin!! ullin, willi litui, tbs flenulaij. la lug lafieiaed teal ha eeapeaaeal at ?um of tin-1 ii,ima uni llaga, latrodaeed ii ? ?. ? -? If, and aeked II s Prateaeer M <.',i el hi? eOeee Iba Pre?MMO nal led. an?l tte Boetetaij ieo,eeated him to gire liivi in arrltlag any cullin Is of <s,iu|ilaiuia that he might have agalaal the ladlee gareteo at the H'd Ck ml Agency, lu on!, r th.-t lie iiiik'Ii? examine ?nid lan rtlgate tin tu. Tbia tte Perforate1 ?h i Um .1 to ii-?. The Pee rotary hod prrvtoeatj n pMaeed the bu i .; .i? !i;.i'.,m f>iMiaaa?loia ia I ?eppalel peaeaaata tareatlgata theaa regne ead ladeftalte sbargre 'lime ma'U: s "tin.il aatll I lie I."..ni of ?? I h li iln- li iii. ( .luina B. Plake i- Pn Mt at, ae'ecl ii ? oaualadeai i? M toreea^ * Kate Pr-'t. Mank'a eomplalata BTaea Um peraoaa thai ?etoetod wera appointed, th.- Profeoeer waa ao-Udod hy tile ('?iiiiini? .I'm r of Indian Affairs ot Hie :i|i|Miiiiiiii ii?, ami vin polltelj rrqu ited *?> (araiahtta ladiea?flee ?u- tee Connuualonen ney InftmnaMoa la hie pu i dent* or any piont ..t hie irtianaond. t?i nutate an) ,i.u\,* whteh he night feel ?t? ??"????ii le mai?'. TheCiuiuiia-ii'iithat lia*" i"<? eppeiatoi eooaBBB of i:. Qaaeiaar Pletebar of st. Leal.*, the lian. Heul. W. Harris of K.i.-t lahls" -?ater, Ifaaa?, im inner of ttoprOW aat Otmgieaai ttellen Chea J. Pholkaoi al Merawa* Imrir, Vi. Va., a inenilnr of the XI.1\ Hi Okiegnea, ami * Dennet at The Cbwuelaetee nrill preeead tobteeottgaBi Prof. Marah*! aaaiplalnta. Tills ntattmtut ei teen*la ?leeiniil ?lue te Mr. Ha?iii.-, the Ite?l f mini linli.iii Al*? lit, to i'rnt. Marah kfanaaU, au.i to um ladlaa (Mka COMMENTS ON PROF. M IR8B 8 CHAMOEfl, ggg, clive?* It. k/?*k's VIBWa?KTIL LKOACjnM paon iBB oto KKiiviitv firanrM rtacar TIONS A'".?INsl* Ki: *??'*> IV Tllr! !l I'll! 11111 Bri.? I t. isvi si'Mivriv; ? ONMIMtOB? ??immih fiioNn: iiovi's oranoae kim? nins PBOM ou? irOaraacTOBa? erai?ci KHroaoaMnrf <?k* CONTHAi IS T'? BB M\l?f. Pn?f. Mandi Witt in tin* ei'y yesterday, 1 tit went i;??t i ?iiiiii? t?? beag Breaab, ?? i.? re ha ai| -?? ??ii t.? hera eeeaonltotlea aitt i'i? Ud? m Oreel ladej. In tuan reraetton allh a reporter ?it rae Tbibi sr. eaneareeeg ins h; it,-m. nt m regari M the Irn lalarltlaa ead Batt ?nbnlnistri'.on ef a liai r? al tin* Omi OoBdAgeee/i Peal Marah >?.ii?l teal ha had netbleg lo add apon tiwi m hjort u> ahai ha hi ?l already s iM m tbb Tbibi re faaterdag. ?,i V PIBKI VIK.i". lii'piir? waa ni.ni?* of le ti. I linton ii. l'isk, I':> ..lent of Um Boord of ladlun Ceaual dee? rj, ?? it h n taree? t to hit, vii??s eoae rntog ProCMarah'i MateaMeta <;en. tisk ?aa ?m?? iii i ii -r to, ?pri'as an opuii m epea a'l el the ?peclflechargea e??ut.i!iie?l in the i-fateti,? u*. Iii ??ii<| that ha ttaaght tta ebargM rery frinkiy Matad, ead that Um Maternent v. i?a ?troni? paiM-i*. lie h. lie.? ?^?l, however, the!Prof, Marah wea Mlatebra bi tiiiLkitin J?r Sa? iiie im,11;. p. -milli ei-rriipf, ?.sin ail of his uv?a ?irtii lal n i .til?n- ?? n ii t.'io-e two peett mob ha lia I eon r men an? tiling In i it her ef fin m lo lnr! li) -inli ?ii.. ,?. if cunnii.?sion. ? r -until had ina i- Mletaboo, Pea. Fle> felt aero that Uiaj ate? nlatafcea of Jadgmoal, ead nut of nu? ninm. ia apeaklog of Becratarj DrJeaa Oath i m, i i .1 tait the Bi eretary had naed lo ?>?? pan radfraaj m-1? I'.'i'tiuini in l? reatter, 1974,Bal that ataea rer taiu clin/' * ha i !"?' n arada ageieel 'ii" Interior Dopera* nniil le- li.ul M-eiiiiil to ha anxious tu ha? ?? tin m ill llnaoaghlj lareatlgated hatoee h<! rattreA lu th? ?ipilll? II of lien. l"|al| tin- llIli'Ki ,1 Illl'liU larttus m Um I et arl or PopartareBl ware aaaaed bj tiie ??..nt-of a niau of good so, ni haaaraat eeparky alele hoed, laopeekingefUm pnaeata/ateaafar ttuaiaMag tin hull.Ula ??illi t?np]i.i? -, lu- i-Hil tliat it iin.l,,lilli, ?iiy ?aaa rec) Import?e! ead deieloat m aieay reagoeta i he present i ????iiini- -ii'ii had is"cu eadeererlng te artahtttt anentii .. nee RjateaieTaralaot Itaformattoe,ead ho Iheagbt that the Ooeutteloaero were in a fair w.i? tn .u i ot. pi,.-li this soon. T?vo of the in? .it nalii nt pom!? fur poOOtMe fi-iiid nu 1er tha oldayaton ?eie in tie' Wi t eoalra la and ha tte treea* in ni.it in u of g, nuts. There waa a eet*e**tty terlmprorad ? !., i k? .mt n.iiiiieea in til? ahlpawataad Arllvarjel rood*, ami sin ii ni ran euirnts al la -I li.ni li 'ii m nie that thi n- conlil no1 -Mi..?.ni?* Im un j. ? . lilian,, er tra ml In Umtraaapareattaaand ?i?ii?eiy of tta gaadewBtontto Cinniiiia-ii'ii had pareh ned for tin ladlaaa tM- yeer. Goa. Plah i ?"M.-...I u-ati'i'ition ti, ?! Pa f. Merah had ma.le Ma ttateaaai t m ??> a.,, .;?.? u.. v .? u-vui, aa it ween in- nf ?in .cr i ailie HatataBoa *o tteopei Iel Ooaed Uoaaat who are to ii rel?gate tta obargaa ttoreegkly tai ha> part?a.!?'. '1 ai -j ? i al Coniluis.ei'i ? it la! <1< ? iii, i! ii|Nin aad the On alMlourri ??ni u .t ;.t tin? iifth A?ii.aa Ita?-! i n Mi li tay , vi m'n', t.gattlaa pTOI ni'i M llieir depatlaie ftn Um w st a tew taja later. They ero ? *? liov. Thomas C. l'leteher of MJatearf, Cliaim'ian, tho lion Charle. J. F.?ul'"iei'of Waal Vi'Lli'ia, ai ?I tin II ii. li. W. Harn? ol Collin cH'uf. Omi of Hu . o nvnli. tuen n ?bi i.n iii tn i?' ? BepaUleaa, oao te bee Demoeiat, m4 ti..'mini to Ih? in.li i? n,l.';it of ?iHur pilly i;.n | ,fc n m u keil Hint tlnir ia\i MlgattoO ?*? aldea tan;'.,* I- ??. r looUj tattatti tory t?i Hie eaaottj at lui?,'?', lu ? < in '. .,, ii i. ? -1,'i tint iiu-?<?;?? trregatorttlaa whick aae now aaaa* piaiut'it ef feed eil grawaoat of IheeM daHranreyateea l Xi*i.i*.irN? I OP ODMMMMIOVIB MOTT. A r. |n?rt' ruf Tin: T".n?i m. a' a? 'intu? ae L t. H?.."t, ch.ii.Tii.iti of tin ParekeahagCaanUtt? <?. ii. ?.mi ti i j? ?lui n?t ?*i?h tu pn gedge tta i .1 -?? ?? Mefe ho hail ju?t nat IuTukTkiui sk. He wat glad ti> ?t rief. Mertrfe ha<l ?taredhie efeargreha aataagUdee ama, aad ho would un ta.my adTOOOtO tlio gpoofed Coiiiini?sii.n'? taking araty paaalbto BMoaa to aaaarlela Um Iratt at error o? liase ue?i.a.?'i um. lu bis lnicrmi :r-i? t.ili ?aoretary Dobbm ?mi i"?o interior Deaamneal Mi% Hot l.cl m ?er fourni any Ina of w l?uiictui-a t.i'n'i.'ai?' ??lill H n llllllan Ci.lil!iil??ti)Ilers, Ml. Ile>t espraaaad C;?' aptalo*i 'bat,some of l'iof. M tr-h*? ?'liarirea Boralma. In lils own po?liion ??a Cb airman of the l*ur 1 liasinc Cn mu, lu.-.; he hail Ii.kI oxlreju?- ?lilli? ally in ?u.'ii'tliutf Kaili't ihe luiri-tuea of ohl linll.iii A.s'eiiU who wore aullad m eg ?urta ,t ti 1.1.? ead eouiuuiatiou? to elliot Isiln Hie lunei nun Ut alni (ho IniliaiM. lu niiler u? poeeaad any nami tiao yeee in Uk* ?Jciivery 0( "s'ioil-s --? ha*l sue ceded in gi tUiiK tliroe ninty yttlc* ia il.;.ii. 1 t,i r?a?-i?e ti.? j-."nfc, at ?.ii? three injinu ol ga> li iln.Hun- Sion? Cl'y, Kans.u11.1t , und Cheyenne. Ho w.'Ukl semi ?uiipl? m of the arth les punlu*-ed to theeo ollie. 1?, ??'io ?Miilil ,?-e that tho?." at :u,tll> ?bllvcmt ace nru I'uae. "