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He was flrat aaked: "Ib to-day'e race conaHared
aa the aecond or the thlrd of the aer.ea?"
"The thlrd race, of course."
"Then you dld not accept Mr. Iaelln'a offer io
reaall Tueaday's race?"
"No."
"Have you any fault to flnd wlth the commlt
tee'e declelon?"
"No. We sa'.l purely for aport. and as the com
mlttee'a work la to declde the rlght and the wrong
of every eontroversy plaeed before them, we are
wllllng to ablde by thelr decesion, although lt
waa not ln our favor. ln England we alwaya
a*cept a commlttee'a declalon aa flnal, and never
cfter any diapute to the rullngs of the authorltiea
ln any ahape or form."
"But why could you not aee your way clear to
accept Mr Iselln'e offer?"
"Becau under the condltlona prevalllng In
yacht-racing ln New-York waters, the race might
be salled over four or flve tlmes, or even more
than that. and atlll no aatlafact.iry result ar?
rlved at "
"Now. about tr.-day's flasco. Wlll you glve me
an esplanatlon of the Valkyrie's wlthdrawal?"
LORD PUNRAVE.VS LETTER.
"Yea; the whole thir.g lice in a nutshe.I. If
the commlttee had acceded to a request whlch
Lord Dunraven forwarded to them in a letter
last night. the Valkyrle would have aalled. In
that letter Lord Dunraven asked the commlttee
to make certaln arrangementa, but as thTe was
HALLO, YALKYHIE! WHAT S THE TROl'BLE?
no compllance wlth the request we dld not feel
Justlfled ln starting."
"What were the arrangements whlch Lord
Dunraven wished the commlttee to make?"
"That I am not at llberty to tell you. The
commlttee only can do that. It has Lord Dun
raven'a letter."
"It may be taken, then, that >ou had no In?
tention of raclng to-day?"
"It may be s. taken. In fact, wa went down
ei.-nply to croas the llne in ordT to make a race
for the Defender. Th.4t was. of course, ruppos
lng that th? arrangements rf whlch I have
apoken to you about were not carried out. We
found that those arrangements were not to be
made, and therefore wa went to crosa the llne,
accordlng to an agreement we had arrlved at
among ouraelves to glve the Defender the race.
That we were bound to do tn all honor."
NOT INTERKERED WITH.
"It la reported that you were interfered wlth
by boats Just prevloua to the start to-day. I?
that true?"
"No. That was not the reason of our refusal
to start."
"Is the Valkyrle going to race agaln ln the
Amerlcan waters?"
"Not thnt 1 know of."
"Then the contest for the Amerlea's Cup ls at
an end."
"Ro far aa we are conc?rned. yea ."
"But supposing the commlttee ls wllllng to
concede the condltlons contained In Lord Dun
raven'a cummunioatlon, how wlll mattcrs stand
then?"
"I am not suftVlently arqualnted w'.th Lord
Dunraver.'s plana to spenk upon that point. You
muat remembT that we have travelled 3,000
i::i:ea to rall fT aport in ;i falr and square man?
ner. and. Inatead of everything being arranged
for pure aport, we are a?ked to tak." part in a
clrcua aha.w. aud that we decline to do must
emphatlcally."
"What are you go'.ng to flo wlth the Valkyrle
now?"
"I have not the faintest Idea."
"D > y a pr j oe retumlng to England at
one*?"
"Pretty soon; but we ahall have a few day's
needed rest flrst."
Replylng to an Inqulry. Mr. Glenitie aaid Lord
Dunraven poeltlvely decllned lo be Been or t. say
anythlng for puhlleatlon.
When Ur. Olennle had mounted the gangway
he went tO th?- upper derk of the City of Brldge
port where all the party, with the exceptlon of
tne Eari of Dunraven, were aeated. Here Com*
modore Glennle was asked lf he had refused to
answer a slgnal reported ln an afternoon paper
to havo been aet for the Valkyr> by th.- commlttee
boat. He sald that he dld not .?a?e any uae of en
tering lnto any dtecuaaloa by reepondlng to such
a sl.iial. aa lt had be?n fully declded what course
to puraue In cr.se the Regatta Commlttee refuaed
to ac'iede to the requestR r.iude in the Earl's leitrr.
ANCJRY |*B0PI4_ ON THE EXCURBIOM BOATR
The Valkyrle and the City of Bridgeport both
took on a look of glooni. The nncoinmu.ilcatlve
nesa of the aallorB and offlcers waa ln no wlae In
creaacd by the tauntlnic* Bhoute of the returnlng
excurrdoniUB. whoac diiappnintment in not *c.ini*
the antlclpflted race waa "taken out" a.n tha VhI
kyrle and her repreaentatlvata. Tbera arere crles
of "You're no good:" "Why don't you hurry back
to England?" and now and agnln a chorUB "f In
sultlrig remarka Trouble waa looked for when
aome of the more dlsorderly excursl.m boata i-ame
by. The aallora on the Valkyrle g >t below nnd
etnyed th?re aa tho fourth or flfth load of Jeerlng
and angry penple eame ny where they w.-re an
chorert. Then there Were choruaea of dertelve
ateam whlatler, aa if to call tlie men from thelr
retreM. as some of the exciralon ateam. ta ahot
paat. There was never a resp.-tise fr tn Ihl Clty
of Brldgepi.rt. On" steam launch went I.y wlth
her rpars gaylv dreased in bunttng ar.d a merry
collectlin ot brooma hanglng from a number of
llnta that had been Btrung from innst to maat.
By thla tlme a doaen of tbe ctev. of the Valkyrle
had cme on deck, and they actrd mu'h like balted
mastiffs. Some of then: ahook thelr flsts and ueed
all klnds of unperllamentnry luuguage.
It Ib aaid tbat the Valkyrle wlll go to Erle
E-sln thla mornlng to bave h?r ketch rlg refltted.
It waa al-"- rumired about the English yachl late
last nlght that the Eail of Dunraven la to go to
Canada ln a few days. No verlflcatlon of either
of these nunora COUld be obtalned.
CAPTAIN HAFF'S VIEWS.
HE CANNOT 1 NDEP.RTAND WHY THE VALKYRIE
WURPRBW-MR t-UBJJf- DUO-BR
ON THF. Xl-X'KAN.
The Defender arrlved off Bay Rldge at R SO o'clock
laat nlght. She waa pulled up from the Sandy Hook
Lphtahip, where the race flnlshed, by the tug
Fllnt. Aa aoon aa the Defender dropped her anclior
Mr. laelln and hla party. inc:udlng Mra. Iselln. Mr.
Leeda. Hewburjr Thorne and Hut ler I>unean, went
to th?i ateam yacht Neckan in the naphtha launch.
A _'.nner w_a glven aboard the Neckan at 8 o'clock
laat nlght ln honor of the aucceaa of the Defender.
Mr. laelln aent a hamper filled wlth llquld refrenh
menta and cigara to the Jolly men on the vlctorloua
sioop, and the celebratlon of the Defender's trl
umph began in the hold of that yacht wlth a round
dance. In whlch Captalna Haff anl Terry took prom
lr.ent parta.
The crew of the Defender are dlasatlaflad to a
tran. Al! are aure that ln any race wlth the Yal
kyne the Defender car. come out a long way In
front ln er.y k;nd of weather. and they wanted a
chance to do it. Aa The Trlbune rejiorter j.lned
Ouptaln Haff, the latter received au Immcnee Bora]
Cure
your hcadache by uslng Ilood's Pllls.
Slck headaa hes are caused by dls
ordt-red llver or atomach.
The beat temedy for th'.a dlatreaaing
complalnt ls found la Hood's Pilla.
Prepared only by C
I. Hood e. Co.. L.welt,
Maaa.
1 U) lilB'
Your
Headache
Jobannk,
"Khiff of Natvral labh' \\ aters."
ls conceded lo be the flnsst Table Water ever imported.
Bottled at the Johannis Spring-Zollhaus, Germany.
Ernea, Qfl^M. 50 Broad II , ? I , V.nir.ra Aa-n, ln 1*11*8 ?.sn1 r*.Baa, Tr ...h-ni,*. Mmift. l.n >n.
offerlng ln the shape of a gigantlc horseshoe. Cap
ain Haff aald that any talk of Interferenc*? w th
the ch.l.enger yesterday Ita. *"?*****? Jj*
only boat 1n front of her wa* 8 ******** ??
a long way ahead of her-ln faC off ln *'. '' <?r o
He was ln B hlghly ss.isfle,. r,ooi la*. nlgh
said for one thlng tha. bfl arauM bfl t-Bd to V*t **
of his own money ln . ayndleaU stake1?*?
with the valkyrie of iweaty mlleaito bwarard. ar
wln-lward. and back. Captala HaB***?'*?
Valkyrie dld not make any attempt t?J^ *"J
Mm for the star. ycsterlay. and that he is s.. D I
tbal she dld not intend to race. The eapt.ll .?"
not imagltte why tbe Vaikyrle should bave ak.n
all that lead out of ber bottom on Wedneajai U 8ha
did not intend to rac yesterday. ^ ?* ?
what earthly reason the Vaikyrle CBB barfl bad tor
not wlshlng to contlnue the sport.
??I thought that the Engllfl- w. re used falrly lr.
everv wuv." he went on. "but I BUPPOBa tbey Wl
put out bseaaaa they dil aol tal tbal decHlon frorn
the New-Yerb Taetal tT.ub Regatta P?"?,"*Snde*r
they may have eapected. althougli I -a niu 11 ? r
stai.i how tbey could oob fnr i' No 1,r"' ?'.';'
mSttee could bare ieclded any othi-r a;a:- thari lha
New-York Yacht Club'fl Comrnltiee dld. ?"_> * *r?
sure that Dlaety-alne men ln every himi.rc, tnat
aaw tbe ra.e wlll *ay bo." Captala Haf ???<?"?
thought ono reason why ibe Vaikyrle waa nol
aailed in yeeterday7. rae< ara? that b.r peoplfl raared
that it wan not goi'ig lo b? a Vaikyrle day.
"A* lt turned OUt. contlnued ( aptnli. HafT. 11
was B perfeet Vr.lkvrle lay, a* Brfl underetand II
Hut If the wlnd had hauled a little to the? *ou li
tvnrd It would not have been so well lf the wir.ti
had hailled to the southward It would have been a
rearh b.ith way*. a broad reach out and a ciose
re,.. h in. and they would surely have been beaten.
As it was. It waa an Idea'. Valkyrl.- 111 dav Th.
Wlnd wa.* weai by north, and we had up our spin?
naker up 10 the atart, but took It down. as lt wa* a
good broad reach nfteen mllea to leeward, -nd com?
lng back the wlnd wai dc. 1 abead, nnd gnve u? a
good atralght beat." ...
Captaln Haff said he was dellghted wlth U.e Lr
fender'r afti >n ln ve*ter inv's snll. Her n*-w top
mnst, lie said, stayed ju*t U I' ??? I"ii. and car
rlel even better than lt ?n- (gpected I. vvoul'l.
Captnin Haff r-n 11 he dld K * know Mr Iselln s ln
tentlons wlth respect U> tbe Defender. bul said lhal
a tug had been ordered t" !><? ln sttendance thls
mornlng. It Ifl flUPPOfled thal Ibe Defender wlll bfl
taken to the Krie Baalfl Irvl", k then.
Mr Iaelln wh.n Men aboard the Meckan al Ray
Rldge laal night refuflfld to say anythlng whs.ever
as lo his v|.*ws regnrdlng the Vaikyrle 8 acilon, or
what he would do wlth ihe Defender.
STORY OF THE WALKOVEB.
HOW THE DEFENDER BAILBO HER LONE
LY COt'RPE.
HER ELAPSED TIME WAS i HOVRS 44 MIV'TES 11
t
ICOOXDS-TBI VALKYRIE HOISTS THE NEW
YORK YACHT CI.l'B FLAO IMMEDI
ATEI.Y AFTER THE PTART.
The two racers of th<* gr?at deep were ied down
to the ocean course by thoir attendant tugs in
good tlme for the start yeaterday. The Defender
had on a new coat of her magic blue pnlnt, whlch
ls poptilarly mippoaed to be n BOltttlOB of greaaed
llghtnlng, and her bror.ze bottom, newly bur
r.lshed. shone like a yellow harvest moon When
ever she heeled over. The Valhyrle eat llghter
ln the water than formerly, on account of the
remoral of aerereJ tons of lead from her baUaat,
but as there had been no opportunity for a re
measuremenl. she could claim no reductKn of tho
har.dlcap becauae of her shortened water-llne.
After pas?lng the Narrows on the way down from
Bay R'.dge, tha Dcfer.der hoisted her malnsall,
the nmazemf-nt Of t-M oalOOkera, atlll omltted to
rot up her clubtopaalL The Herreahoff hoat
luffed up to th,^ BOUth to meet her opponent. who
waa comlng along sl iwly on the port ta.-k. and
thr-n fell off till the wlnd was dead over her stern
nnd her boom "n the polnt of Jlhlng over.
The ptnrtlng Rim waa flre,] at 11:2.1, and Captaln
Haff. lufllng up. went over the llne, atlll on the
Btarboard tack. settlng his eplnnnk<r as he
rroeaed. Valkyrle Jlbed around the llghtahlp and
f .iio'ved her opponent l minute an.l H seconds
later?Juat a Bcoonfl befora the handlcap gun. The
. > n i a -; j i time waa:
The Defender.X1MM Th'- Vilkyrle .11:21 :r.9
THK VALKYRII DRAWi OUT.
The Defender went off In line atyle with all her
?tiiwv rsnvan gleamlng ln the ?n, The Valkyrle
?till furthrr confounde.' the ..nl'iokera by lufflng
up under the lae of the llghtahlp, hnuiing down
i. r laysall, bolBtlng ihe Maw-Torh Ya.-ht Club'a
flag und polntlng for he- tug, whlch w?s lylng
.rr in ih- weal "f th- llghtahlp in evldenl nntici
patlon of lual ??.! h Bctlon on her part. She I .\
, ... | ; .r ),;, ,,.,,i malnaall nnd wns towod ba k t>.
Ba- Rtdge, glvlng the fteet '.f eorloua tiivti. and
?team yachta aa wlde a berth n* poaedblea.
Tha- Ameri'-an champl * faded in'" lha eaatern
haae ln lonely grandeur, H">.n thr wind if-an to
haul to th.- ?anitli ind tr- plnnaki i- araa mken in
.md ihe balloon J '?> aet Tha arlnd wanl more and
more to Ihi aoulh .is Ihi coafld w-ns lefl behlnd,
and when the turnlng mark hova In s.ght it was
blmvlng nb >ut enst of south by a half BOUth, and
Captaln Haff hnd hla sheeta hnuled well ift,
THK DBFCNDCfl ni.MlNfl HoMK
Themprk wai roundad al IM >. tba balloon llb
came down nnd ? llb topaill that dldnt draw
wortb ri cent WBB Bti Ii looked na IhOUgh ahe
.. .11 make IIM lighixhlp wlthout tacklng. hut al
| o'ck> h Ihe wtid had hatlled IO ihe weal ao that
ahf came nba.it 01 IhB stirt.onrd la'-k. Aa the
Hrai half <>f the nomeatretch w.is eompleted the
reirl..n of weeterly Wlndfl waa te-enuird. and
during the te-.t . f the way the Defender hnd to
i. .?? her wav home Al - 2<" Bhe hauled down her
ilb topaall and aal a baby topaall in Hk plaee.
The tlnlah llne w.is .-roFfled at iMM. The
elapaad llme araa 4:44:11
On b.mrd ihe Valkyrle wara Lorfl Dunraven, Mr.
Watson. Mr. Rataey, Mr. Buah, Arthui Olennle
nnd H. Maltland Keraey, Paaaengera >.n the De?
fender wete C Ollver Iselln, "Nat" Hei ra-nhoff,
W k Vanderbllt, ?*Cominodore E. i> Morgan,
Herberl C Leede, Woodbory K,in*, Newberry
Thorne, W. Putler Duncan, Jr nnd Mra Ia-Mln.
Dr.vid Henderaon w.is aboard aa Lord Dunraven'a
representailve.
YJEW8 OF AN EXPERT.
REA80XS ASSIGXED FOR THE VALKYRIE'*
NOMINAL ENTRY IN YESTERDAY'? RACB.
i.orir? nrsRAvr-x totai.i.y DiaaATIBTHn. WITH
THK REGATTA COMM1TTKK 8 DBClBIOK-THg
IlKf-T WAV OCT OF THK PlKKKn.TY.
CHrlng to The Trlbune's puhllcntlnn regarding
certaln premonltory rymptom". people were to a
larire extent advlaed beforeband of what might oc?
cur ln yeatcr-lay'a raee. The prompt nnnounce
ment of Lord Dunraven'a dlasntl?factlon and the
clear terma ln whlch that dlaeatlafactlOfl waa
InrlW-Ated by him created a goDd deal of doubt
aa to whether the Valkyrl* would take part ln
any further raclng ln New-York waters.
The result of thla wss that some people atayed
at home, thouph It m.irt be sald that the crowda
on the excurslon ateamera aeemed In no way lea
nn: defekdeh wixxino tbe last race.
and when opposlte IwtnbURM Island broke oul
her Jlb and eaat off the llne from her xun. the W.
R. Fllnt. There wa. B stiff braasa from thr- soiith
west and ihe blue BlOOp t/anl Blong Bl B ten-kn d
galt. When Bhe was passlng Romer Shoal her
ataysaii alao waa aet. Tha- Valkyrle came flown In
tow all the way wlth onlv her malnsill up.
MANOBWRINO KOR THE 8TART.
When ahe neared tbe llghtahlp the Defender
holated her clubtopaall and began to manoeuvre
wlth the evldent purpoae of teatlng her new | ip
mast. The wind hid flroppad BWay by this tlme,
ard the boats gllded ab .ut with alow anl siately
motlon. The Engllahmnn contented hlmaelf with
the heavy-weather ng of malnaall and Jlb. his
Btayaall belng up In stops. The wlnd was nearly
due west. The cky was blue and only a remr.ant
of tho mornlng haz* hun? rn the watern. The
rnited Press tug ran aioagnlde tha Valkyrle wlth
the news Of Mr Iaelin's i R rr t" run the TlMBday'fl
race over agaln, but no ieply could be obtalned
from I/"rd Dunraven.
Captaln Haff crulsed about awhlle to the lee
of the startlng llne, bal came up to wlndward
of lt as the prellmlnary gun was flrrd fr un tha
commlttee boat at lOT.o. The c.iirse hn 1 been
slgnalled aa east by eouth, flfteen mllen. The
Valkyrle atood away ta the south. nt 111 oetder
shortened aall. Al ll o'cloch the Valkyrle .ame
ab'.ut and BtOOd back toward the llghtshlp After
_ while she Jlbed and ?:?>? d : i the .?".nth airaln.
The Defender lay up ln the wlnd a few mlnutes
and then fell off on 'he port i.i'k
Meanwhlh- th" patrol b'.its had been busy, and
several of the itaam yachts *hb h were In front
if 'ha- Defender backed w.n.-r to it-a\. tba de*
slred half a mile ">f apace about the llghtahlp.
At 11:10 th.-ra- was an'ther gun and ihe ra-1
ball waa holated. CnDtaln Haff -inr ta aboul
the Marboard tack and the Vr.lkyite wore around
aa/iu.'i and came back frum her Bouthern trip.
The ale pt. were a mile apart. The Defender
hauled ln her sheets and luy dead, waltlng, to
the wlndward of the llne. for the ten mln-itee to
paaa. Valky.ie broke out her Btayflill, but, to
aenet Theae thousands, a'.though dis.ppv.nt?.d, |
w-re not wholly anprepartd for that whlch hap- |
pened.
When. then, tbe stwimera _:i gathered at laady |
Hook l.ghtihlp II was nol entlrely a BurprlBfl
whei. Lord Dunraven'B yacht waa seen movln*
BbOUl ivltho.it h?r topaall and beyond ibl
not Intendlng :o rompete. Hut hope w.i* not
yet dead. The firat pur.s had not been flrrd, ani
aa th* enormou* collaattOB of iteamers roae an.l
fell on the alckening swell from 'the prevloui
n'.ght's wmd 'here were many who walted anx
loualy to see a topsall go up. Th? better tafomed
had na auch hope. Th* condltlon of the yacht.
aa the swung BBBUE 1 under malnsall ar.d J l>
only, told the whole story, or. rftther, eunVI-r.t to
let them know thit no race would take p'.ace.
Then the* t*i.-m,r.iite gun went off, and as the
? ilng minutea sllpped by hope iapeed with
them. Nn raclng flaKfl were added to the Vaiky?
rle. hut she turned toward the startlng llne, and
then her Intontlofl became clear.
ln the tnean tlme the Defenier was waitlng ln
fall battlfl .irrav near the crosstng llne Hhe ha.l
her blggest topaall on, ani her eplnnaker I. mm was
lOflrered down on tlie rtarhoard atde, tboartoflj .hat
the course would be tu leeward. Bhe was pre
pored to amash thlnga.
As the ten-rn'mi:* Interval drew near ita end
the Vaikyrle drew near?r. The gun flre.l, and the
Defender swung for the bne She crossed at the
?low paea arhlcb .he .,-.;..? w:r.l al!onod and
dr.ipp.-d away f >.- the leeward buoy. Kven her
l.lg spinnaker. whlch she broke OUI before rroeitng.
almost hung llfeiess an she drlfted out from the
throng of aleamers u'.on*.
ALL BTH ON TMB VALKTBJK
All eyea were on the Va'.kyrle and (he wom-n
felt aure ihe waa golng t> roce when abe ereaaad
the llne Um tbfl aM handa knew l.ett.r. Um
?drlfted acroaa cloae ta the ltght?hlp and thua
nominally entereil the race In order to glve .t to
the Defender without furthei dlapute. No d .ul.i
rrlri- ,->0r. A lloltle? At 111 l)rn_,u lata.
THI. NKI'IlALOlNE MFQ .O. NCW-TOBK ,ITV
1 Baefl u*?.l >'.u "Neuralf Ire ' f.r paln* in M.t l.a,
? ni rheft, also tor Hhtuma.lim an'l fli,,| II a * ? Wf
1-B.a.r. AUOh WlLLlAMBUN. B-IU. Baal.
Lord Dunraven did this In order that he could not |
be accuse. of abandonlng the contests In a way
thal would leave the flnal reaulta of the aerlea
of racea ln any Inconcliihlve eonditlon. His aet on
yosterday glves the thlrd and last race to the
Defeader wlthout ompetition.
Th!? ends not only the 18.'?5 sTles of racea, but
rr t?ii..y all furth t coniafctn for the Afnenca'a Cup.
There I.i much rrason to belleve. and In fact lt naa
already beea ahown ln the reporta by cable, that
the Krcll'ih ne.v4pjpers and the Engllah nation
gen-raiy wlll eapaaaa Lotd Dunraven'a cau?..
wh'th'r hla obje.-tlona be rlght or wrong.
After the framlhi of the new deed of glft. which
wa* objected to. It was not the Intention In Eng
]nn<! tO challenge agaln for the cup until th. con
dltlona arere alterad Hut it was owing to Lord
Uunraven. anl to hlm eolely, that negotlatlona were
once nore opened up. Hy doing so he at flr-t
offended tome BngHah yacttamea, who aubaequently
fontave hlm arhen Ir becr.me c>ar that under the
new arramtements the ccndltlons inslsted on by ihe
New-York Yaeht Chlb w mld In thla caae be waived
in ori?r to s"t i aateh on. It wia thea hoped by
bOth n.itl'.na that thla wa* the final end of all dls
BKreMnenrn, -nd ihe conteuts of Valkyrle II were
enjoyed by both t-aertca and Bngland. aapeclally
tho former. m.t miy for the -p.art of the thlng, but
a* an Inde- of ,i -ncre marked amlty between the
two countrles.
I.XISTIM! VABIAXCBfl MAY HK PATCHBD UF.
The preaenl .-Huitlon i.?. Iherefore, to be more
partlcular** depl3red, becau.?e this wlee interna
tlonal alm hai. reeelv d a aetback, cor.crnlni; whlch
it is lanpoeelble at preaent to for.-a'e the end. That
ln io sav. lf ihe -iow exlMIng varlanrea be not ln
a. .ma. v4.i) patebed up. It la n.>t beyond hope that
thla may oceur, ind if by any reaaonable eoneee*
?lona on i" ih aldea it may ba ai compllabed, it ia a
reault lo be deetred The Maod haa been a t rlfle
hot tn*-" co I Jept. n.-? daya The power, either
Indlvldual or coll-Ctlve, whlch Introducei a calmer
eonalderatlon ..f he preaenl state .f thlnga arlll b.
valuable. .Ium :t..w lt i.i ' '<?aiorl. al." And K.r thoi-e
who ... both ildes i. ir.uch llsturbed, the nug
geatlon of calmer counseli wlil not, a~ usual, be
very acceptable, . .
The r.i.i it that although many ihouaanda on t.o,.i
f\,\,n ..,' thi .. - in i i be raguel] wlld. rery few
on eitha-r .':? wlil knoa eaacto wtial they are wud
sbout. Th. entlre ijueatlon la ..ri" arhlch can only
be handled b> va.h'.lng experts. And it n only ty
? itr.-ni .i"ii of careful explanatlon thal all tne
othera onn ba min> to i ind the whya and
forea, the In and outa, nf M.e caa.-. Tbe
miri.ma ..f both natlonfl arlll houi. but Ihey w'.ll not
kii. ? why.
lt may, howev r, ba tiken for Krnnte.l that rhe
Interferince of -he excuralon boats, aithouvh put
forward nn l/.rd Ininravn'a reaaon for wlthdrawal,
i4 nol tin- oniy ?t mnd ..f dlaaatlsfactlon. hut li
merely a pollta and polltlc method of covering up -<
d-eper eauae for .liagrln. And on thla. poinl i i
Kre.it ini?.i.ika> itn). perrapa, be male ir iii.. i clslon
in r.'Kard 10 lh.- Defender'l proteat be aupp..-aed to
be the real eore ipol Lord punraven hai at leasl
txpreaa. I hlm l( clearly on one polnt that h? en*
tir-iv dlaagreea wlth the Regatta Commlttee'e var
diet. And when nodouhl i? left ns to thla, the other
i i mi r.nw pul forward in regard to tha eacuralon
?ri maj Ix bc spti i aa extendlng over mor?
?round thiin thoae speclally menttoned
li. hin-i a. -v diplomatlc het lona on each Blda, the
rondltlona oi itffalra al the tlme of the sllght C0l<
llalon and lha oftVlal Judgmeni regardlnx thoae
rondltlona are the real polnta at laaue.
Noa. the evldence taken before the Regatta
Commlttee baa not been and never wlll bc pub
llahed. And ihe general publlc must not allow It?
aelf t-i be i.-.i lnto poM?ihiy wrongful eoneluatona by
the hastv argumenti an i itatements of red-hot
partlaana, both Journallatlc and oth.-rwlae. All ihe
greater .'nr.- ahould ba taken on thia polnt becauae
of the multltudea who look?d on perhap* not one ln
tt Ihouaand w'aa eapable of formlng a rellable
oplnlon. The whole matter which hava been on
both sldea complalned a.f occurred very qulckly.
and the rjiieatlona at laaue. ao far aa they sxtend
beyond aacertalnlng lha reapectlve posltfons and
movementa of the boats. can only be handled In n
technical way accordlng to ihe New-York Yacht
Club'a prlnted rulea. The wrlter of these notes
waa loaa lo the competing yachta at th.- tlme of
th. colllalon on Tueaday, and the aecount here
glven ls axactly whal hjpp.-ned.
BOW TUBBDAT'g ACCIDENT KAPPBNBD.
After the ten-mlnute preparal tv nun waa flred the
boata had to occupy thla tlme ln ?>:i 111 n? about be?
fore the startlng gun. They went off together to
some dletance and Jlbea 0n the far slde Of a large
ateamer. The Valkyrle twlsterj qulrkly snd came
out to wlndward of ihe ateamer. and the De?
fender paaaed to leeward under ber stern. Imme
dlately afterward the iiefender haule.i up near the
Valkyrle and thev saile.i near each other toward
the wlndward end of the croaalng llne.
Both yachta were BOW ln a prodlcam"nt, becauae
they were 'oo noon for tbe K'l". ar.d nelther wlahed
to come abiut In order ' . ailoa the proper tlme to
elapae. In order to galn further Mm.-. tiu-y both
bore away until each boat had the wlnd quarterly.
In this move the Valkyrle commenced, and the i>e
fender followe.l ault. They bith proceeded ln t.ils
dlrectlon for aome ilatance. until ihe \nlkyrle re
(julred to make her .um so aa to .'.>me head to
wlnd qulckly, io there wall ;lll the gun was flred.
While thev were- both on thla COUrae (he Defender
dld not glve the Valkyrle room to turn, hut moved
up further to wlndward and nearer her. until the
sldea of the yachts' bulla were rery cloae to each
other.
THK RIOHTi OF THB BOATA
It was, iberefora, for tbe Regatta Commlttee to
deci.ie whet riKhia one io.it haa over another when
both are runnli g almoat free. They had a'.so to
declde whether there was any rule whlch allowed
the Defender te crowd ihe Valkyrle ai-ro** ihe
atertlng line b'foro the gun a_B Bred; and Blao
whether the Valkyrle bad a rlght to t'irn where *he
wr.a. She ha.i t.. ko somewhere And ahe ould
not ji.^s tu leeward becauae tbe Defender was
hro.vi on io her nn tha leeward alde, Nelther dld
the wlah to be crowded ?var tl.e Une before the
gun. There waa nothlng f..r her fo do hut te round
up head to win 1 And ar> ahe dld BO, her long boom
did not m it? awlng oult ? clear the weather rleclng
of thi Deferder, and a topmaai abroud was i
rl"d away.
Now, that touch waa th- polnt protest* |, rt waa
not the sudden bearlng away of the Valkyrle thui
the tini of the pnteat depended on. That would
hive broughl up a dirr-rrnt eaae lt waa the aii?ht
colllalon arnen both bonts were well off the wlnd.
A DimCVLT QUBSTION TO DBCIDB.
The whole poaltlon ls a dlAcult, one to dedde.
There are no raclng ru'.ea whlch govern lt. There
ara bo dedaloni to be quoted whlch t mch the same
caae, If one boal had been on the wlnd, and the
other free, tha-n rula-s would COHM ln. Hut here
i,,-ith t.ta areri at the time w.dl off ihe wlnd
Thus ll wlll be aeen thnt the Valhyrli may have
i: , | ..me rlgbl tO BUPPOBB that ahe o.iniit t.a ne
,,, ., ,| room to lurn, whlch waa no: glven to her
This li ihe exartly correct atalemani of the poel*
tlon and aa then were no rulea to govern In the
preclse clrcumatancea, whi< n ure rery pecullar and
unlooked-for, u has aeeme I to be a caae ln whlch
n commlttee could ?lmplv report that they dl.l not
propose to mnke lawa wbere there were none ln
exlatence thal touched ihe queatlon; and ln thla
view aimplv auggea: thnt the race shculd be salled
over Thi? ia what ia done in eourts of i.w when
in aome odd clrcumatancea there la n.. law properly
? . .. ,i ?ith th- subiect. The Judgea alinply dla
mlea the caae, though ihey atlll eontrol tbe quea?
tlon of roata
TMK RACE iHOULD BB RUN AOAIN.
In thla view, II may wlth Mi...t luipartlallty and
with deference be said ihat a ?tatemenl regarding
the abaence of ktw and ef tba conaequent InaWllty
leclde, coupled wlth an order lhal the race
to
would h ive met, an i
al.le
ihoul i !"? run over agaln
? mi in et. with approbatlon on every siae
No matter how ihe accldeni waa cauaed. tn; Ot
fender ceriainly BuBtalned a damage wni.-h afT."'ie.i
u?r a _nti ,: m tne raci. and ilthough Lord Dunraven
,., m ... unwllllng to accept anj favora fr..m
u. iselln in the aiff.-r to run Ihe race agaln, and
haa reaulred th.il the commitiee shall declde ona
. other, itlll it ia more ihan probabU lhal
i,,. \ ,,ii qulte agree lo race over agaln if so or
dered ln an offl-ial way.
Th -. ems to be me beat wav out a.f the dlfflculty^
rtn,i if ihe commlttee ahould polnt out
the f.i.-t
\dttfoF\BH WHO SUFFER
?/ \f 9** ?**-? montn CAn nn<'rr'
hli fief and emancipalion from
\ " ' their trouble*. Congeetloo
and intlatnmalion of the in
ternal oigaaa are geoerally
Indoced hy expoaure to wet
or cold, excitement of the
emotlona, or a morbid con
ditiOfl 01 the blood. For
the radical care of thtse d..
rangementa Doetor Pierde'a
Pavorite Pieacrlpthm la a
tttd and certain remedy,
pennanently correcting all
ahnortnal c.n.litions, M that
the*. trying ordeals are
paaaed with ea*e and comfort Lncerettona and dia
-_dacemenU of the uterua are cared hy the Pavorite
Preacription." and the care ia tatttnw.
Hv-tetia, Spaama, NeTvouBneaa, Indiareation, or
Dvapcpsia, often depend npoa IrregBUritfca pf func
ti.,,1 ni d dlapUcementa of rtic womanly omna IHc
"pavorite PreeCTiption" curea by rcgulating ..nd
, orrecting theae functions and organic changca.
V?r ..11 IrregulariUea, BuppreaaioiiB and obattuc
ticm, nr. Pierce'a Pavorite Pre-cripdon ia a tffrtjle,
aml b ,? a record of 999F a quarter tj d (tnlRrj tf
llllf.
M, M vi v ima Wuaow, of
,. .(, .,,,- Xfantn Ct. W ?i,
I writea Pot twelve lon* yeara
' i suffrred greatly with emretae
?rrv,,...nr? BtO-Sajh __ ??*>
KedUeaai I had doelored wlth
fo_r phyafcia-a arlth Brta ot aa
,ooi aad "ii- "? them waa aa
Sod apliy'tvian*- .ould te had
; t,rf f,r gavr me ur. lo M
Noae of m> tl*** V"",''"1" i
..,,1.1 get Wttt. WB ha. tried
almoat erervthiag, aad nt laat I
uS-ghl i v4'.,i'..l.i:vl.r Hemi
| .vnrilr l-rracrlptii.n I Md
ko, i.r.n..?i mmt ottfmRRm
for Blmua-t two rearB AiVr tak
iu_ arvrral lotlle* of UM I*
vorit- I'tra.tiption and fellow Mri wilsoh.
jn-tlir dirrrtioii" atrlctlv. I now
Inlov hrltrr heallh than rvrr teforr in mv life I onlv
wci.hed. llt.lt over onr liundrcd pouuda aud now I wtlgh
I it; i, . .i. 1*.
ORIENTAL RU<_$.
The Largest and Choicest
Collect-on
EVER SEEN IN AMERICA
of
Modern and Antique.
VAN GAASBEEK & ARKELL,
Broadway, 22nd St, and 5th Ave,
. .- .,??-, the rlt.wtlon and
thnt there ls no law to BOVern the fi _
raqulrfl the raee to ba ^^?^pf^j-arnenl and
would appreciate the B****** ?rh, Hls reputa
5o?hyT:portoS:yo ^r <-rl .a... or .2 tb.
worldTgrc.itfy errs ln its op'.nlon.
AMOTHBB CUP MAY Bl OKFftKKD.
B HOYBMBM H THAT DtBBCTBW aTABTBD H
TBB ATLANTK' fACBt CleVB
_. /.|,.i.-< R-autta ('oinm t'ee
The Atlantlc ?^^*e2E2J f?r hy tbfl
talks of offerlng a cup to Bfl ?**"
,,efe?d.-r and Vaikyrle I.I on ^J**"'J\\\a\\Z
t . . -1 im.ir.tv.ii may BBea lo .."i"" ?
'''""!," ,'nat t'h y - .aUsfa.-tory ta the Defe..r
provlded that ?hey a ? ^ ,,.,.
SfSSS " "rn ^mlbgnatlon ?nd d,s*a?*f?e
!.;, , -s.'* on board the Cub's steamboat, ?n?.
_ iropofli.lon wa. made among tb* memberato ra s
e . -- if ouo t.? ?1".<m. f"r ft fl|?-'d*l ra? ?
,,,,,'?;,?.? ,?.?-..'>? "?.".h" r,""'?""'"n
?(.?!.?T-Xuj___tf^_!-__--iX
rnlttofl would not aa ;',,'''.,,,,, ,>?.r. wa.* a
C|ub to the oBartnfofia^urae. hut wer w-^
aentlment ln favor ..fortennr a i (h(. ???, ,w0
l...a lhan B.t*rt. '?"??* ?? "" ,;?,,,., . anywhere
? ffiTrieia wetereTfrSS Hnndy Hook ... fcarble
tt^Mu*^
by the Atlantlc Yacht I lub.
D/.SM PPOINTED SIGH TSEE RS.
KXPEI-IENCE OF PABUNGBRI ON THJ- EX
CURBION FLEET.
THE VOTAOBOf THE BICBABD PECK-EARLY EX
ilTI.MENT - EM-BPOKDBMCl ALLEVIATED
BY Lt'NCHKON-A BACB BBTWBBM
?TSAMKBB.
A mor.* dlsgust.-d !ot of people were never gath
trcd together than thoie who pal i tbelr good money
tn see a aharplv conteste l yacht race yeaterday, and
then had to content tbemaelvefl wlth a arretcbfld
nasco-a mere exhlbltlon run over tho course. Pub
llc interest in yachtlng went from ihe bubblln-t
helfbt of fever beat down to aboolutfl z-t.j ln Just
flve mlnutes. theae belng the flve minute* whlch
the Valkyrie occupled ln cru'slng around the '.ight
.ahlp from the atartlng llne to her tug.
GETTINQ OOOb SEAT3 ON THE BOATB
In the mornlng the town na* yachtlng crazy.
People got up flt all sorts of uneerttty hours, bolted
th.ir b-eakfaets and rushed off to aeeure their
favorite places on the Rlchard PecB or some other
of th* numerous fleet of excur*lon boats. Having.
aecured the covetel eolgn* ef vantage, they sat
patlently there during the intervenlng hour and a
half before the startlng time of the sfamer, a:id
sm.lcd pltylngly on the unfoi.unates who arrlved
only an hour before the adverttsed departure, a;id,
conflequantty, hnd ta content (hemselves wlth back
seats. Once cstibllshed by the forward rall, or
perched upon the dlr._y height of the ta'lest deck
house, theae yachtlng enthuslasts c.lm'.y brol'ed
ln the hnt September sun untll the awful coavtc
tlon was bome ln upon them that I.ord Dunraven
had thrown up the race. Then they lost all Interest
in choice positlons, gave up preeious campstools
that money c.ill BOl h.ive bought before, and went
below to drown their sorrow in the cup that llzzes
and sometlmes lnebrlates.
THK OATHBB1MO AT THE START.
As the Rlchard Pe. k sped down the harbor th?r*
m? <; ,1 singing breeze from weat-aou'-waai tbal
oauaed hci many fl*Ks to *nap and their taut hall
tarls to hum an aeollan symphony of the *.a, whOM
under:ylng theme was the r...*h of fcam-waahed
prows and the stralulng of swollen canvi.s. Tbera
waa th? pr .mise of rare sp'-rt Ir. It, and tba y.-. ht*
ing "flhari i" arera aaaer to see the iloopa wrestling
with the eeer-freabanlnB wlnd.
The NarroWB ?erc itodded with the flmokefluclu
of the cuatomary piaaaura fleet journeying down ."
the llfbtablp Bfl tbfl Paeb .am.* along. All af the
cx'urslon boats, with whlch the seagolng publlc
have grown so famlllar ln tbfl lt*t fllX .lay-, were
on their way wlth loada but little smiller th.u. aa
prevtou. days. Tba Iwaaa Channel wa* crowded,
und over e/h. ra tba Norton'a Polnl LLfhtboufle atuck
up out of Ibe aaad llka . reebel walltng to be
flrnt n fleet nf llght-draught boit* were .-uttlllg ofT
" ners bv ii-alli.g fltralghl for the fleldl ot ?ctlon.
Al ivea wer- -tralned Into the h ize to CBtch the
flrflt Bllrnp-e of the racera, ar I i.la ware made on
h,. ef- i tlme uf the expected race by thfl "aport
g getlene,- Who mOfll dO ?-'..gregate ln tba
.m.'klng-ro.i.. wi.en ih.* Rlchard Picb flnt?rfld
fjTdney'a Channal tha wlnd bad failen ..ff percaptl
hiv 2nd the yachtlng crankfl w..re eaeeealng *or
fowfu?ln -onBi^Bce! And tha whl.tllng buoy was
mr_StIifn Kardj was detarmlned nol to baea Ma
b5*ftMmer*n-irfer. wlth "f?i^fti8PDd ,#_5g
dumfounded
?BBKINO rOR IXFORMATIOK.
When || became evident tbal -he KngUshman had
pulled OUI of Ihe ra e. Ib8 l'"^'* broad decks
fainv .uaaed wlth ?i-ltameni Pari, af tbe UtB
,?? Ittat .h.- Defender. but Captaln Mardl ******
_p ,he Valkvrle. to flnd out. lf poaalble. what waa
the mitter The oluater of turjfl about her grad
^'pa.aen^rro'n'1.;1; I-eck. bu, nobody knew what
''?rthrnk^he'Varl has heart-fallure. or poaslbly
^?n r-..iiire '? ehouted a facetlou* man wiih a apeak
fnTtrt-mpat from the de;k of one tug Bul that
wan the extent of the Information ohtained.
The whole exeurslon fleet then fltaamad after the
Defender. though a number of the eteam yachta
went home
A CHAROI ON THB LL'NCHBOB TARI.E-.
Wh.n the Amerlcan champlon was overtaken the
steamers ranged themselves to leeward, and the
passengers descended on the luncheon tablea ln the
lower reglons with a rush that drove waltera and
eashlers to the verge of dtsiraetlon. As the mllea
were reeled off the empty champagne bottles ac
cumiilated and d'.scardsd luncheon boxes dotted
the sea
There was wild tootlng of whlstles when the De?
fender rounded the mark, but the s.i.l back wa*
most tlresome. There nas nothlng to do bui get
?unburnad. The Deal Bcattarad arldaly as t.i.- De*
fenler ta.ked thi* way and that. It gathered
agaln at the ilnlsh Ilna ani gave her a royal re
ceptlon by whistling and cannonadlng, bul tbera
w,m n<> Joy ln the sound to many of its liearers.
On the way home, hov ever. the ?flxz" begun 10 get
the betier of some of the voyagera' rlflapondancy,
and ihere arera many I'.vely a**embiages betweaa
decks.
TWO BTBAMBBJ KAVB A POWTlBt
Tha Clty of LeareU. whlch had hung ti) the R'.ch
urd Pe.-k all day, started after her as aoon as the
ra ,- iv.is over. Tba Paeb lel herself out for all ?he
wa.a worth. und th<* two rival tw-;n-?cr?-w boata had
lt oul all the way home. The Lowell (BUad to catch
the Kew-Havea beal tbouth the uiter waa twlce
aa lif.iv.lv , rtd.'i The vanauard of the flee;
reached ihe'.r p.ers ai ?M o'clock.
Kvervbody ... the PecB expreasel the oplnlon
that tlie Kngl.shman k:.e? he waa btaten. and qult
out of pure aulkineas The plot. IWoe, aad tnot
he heard Mr Kersey suy Wednaaday that the K:ig
Itah yacntamen were ni re eaat down hy Tueaday a
Bflif.i-uaiice iii.i.1 by -atuiday's defeaL ll con
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vlnced them that the Defender .wa. mueh tbfl -?"-?
dr boat, and "was a wonder.
AN INJURT TO INTEKNATIOXAL T_U3_TJ_*_.
BXrBBBOOMI Of BBOBBT rBOM AMBBK-ABI aND
BNOLmniBM TBB TBIT or TBB 8T. J'JHNB.
The St Johns, with the New-York Yacht Cub
aboard, left Per No. 8, atKector-.L.atlium.. wlta
612 passengers. The party was about the aame ai
oa the prevlous races, and people .eerr.ed to know
one another. There was plfnty of tlme during t-fl
bet sall down the Bay to watch the pasetng yacht.
and eommtnt on the races that were and on thfl
one that was to he. The men Improved the tim*
by taklng lessons in nautlcal matter.-. on the \owtt
deefc, where the foundatlon for a royal celebratloa
waa lal 1. Kvervh.'dy was a good sallor. 81-8881
was ncith.r arlnd nor nwea, ar.d te trlp
,*t growlng dull when the BL John. arrlvM
at t.ie llBttsblp. wh.re the start of the r_c? es
aitbdrawal of the Engllah yacht floon awoM
tha interest cf all, despite the bllsterlng hs-l.
whieh made lt impo..ib> to remain on tr.* -?
rtred deeka for any length of tlme.
Among .beea oa beard wer.. Co sel and Mra o*
Loacey A. Kane. Robert Keld. Pn ... 8 OI08B1
Krederlck Gebhard. Hart I.ytnan, J. \ ? Oa**
B. H. Appleton, I. I'- Morse, ^v. a. Ce-U, it. .nd
Mrs J. C. Barron, T. F. ?'iark. Alfred Q CaUB*
Bdward Blma-ona, Henry Klmber. Dwlght Braman,
B N Taller, Jerterson M. Leey, Joha Poadir, *?**
Du vivier. Ouy IMchar-B, Ceeaawdon aad Mra.JB
n. Brown, Captala Joaapb Barrl, Dr. J?**?*?
,haw, Miss Enrtly Broflra. Mra.J. M ft hi-y. M??*
JgB-btey. w k. whi.n.y. w H Butltr. t. D.
shaw. millamOardner, C K Peter. arjl U
Peiers.lt \v .; rVelllng, 0 org. ? ?wel JebaT.
Van WrcB. Blebard Petera. B H. app et.... Pa
roS, RiebardT Halaea. Mi aad Mra. A B JTartog.
!,,,.?,. ... wileon. r. ?*. n.. Qeerg. R PacJ M
Chlcago; Wllllani C CB8ey. Mra. N L
MofrlBoa. Miaa Balla Oarrlaan Arnoti. Ani ?
Btetua. to - Pratt DaeM Uabmaa, ' '?^"',0^
I'pahur. f. .-? n ? -? " ">"r- >??? ,nr '"V \.!Z
\v.*.on. Oeorge W iweet, Colooe '?'? ' T.jnm
\w,k, Rlchard Peteta*, mi*. Ole-aala PaMf
Marte. Mmeoa Henry. B. H iienin.K.. MtaaVm
irv Kre MIS8 Allea Mandellck, Mr HaB^UCb,
,, M F..s.r, f. W Kerv.n. BTIIU8 Terry.
,uni'lph Henry, CBBrBa Tohiu*. H M JUlaj*
Cberrdoa Kuiton. J C. Kayaa. Jame. w Oiadirt*
., M MOt-ar, the Hev. PatBtff Mah.u, JObB ltapB?
Mr an! Mr.. Hatch. Mr. and Mr. OeeCffl UMJJ
Mr and Mr.. 0. A Fre^aian r,,w! aM W%
(;?llard. Jamea It.dirway. Herry KA*B, C- <?*
.Mlln. K'ter. HeU-.v k. 1.. W. Jone* J HH-.en
OeBaral Ar.ion 0. MeOaoB. aad Major CMlM
US?'B- John. dld her .h.re tow.rd ******
din and a mcket wne.i the Defender ereaaadItBJ
ime.'.n, everybo.v .bouted and aptUjal-d W*B
UM vlctorlou. boat pas.ei _o ne.r hat ?. IM
-~ '-in. b^^Bo'Th^-si BaV*rtiTa
rs.??s ff t^trsa s ? ao. r^*c^r
Thera araa |ey on ^'t|_,_^onbo' ch^'4n. foiiowei
but there w?*? n\?-rm:'"^Bt2?m^rt %|Mt th*
the flrst v'.ctory. hver>body ?e*?m.a i ?
actlon Of Lard Dunraven. ?"? ?1 *?"*>' "? l^4t.
better plaaaad 1 he h?\noJ.;''hl1;a*Tn ??Thu i? ?
Colonel De. Lanaay .>-?" ???? ,lM:bie *x
great dliappointment I can t see^in?l ^ , g rhe
.UM Punraven cin h.ve for with Jrawrna^ ^
bo.t. d'.d certalnly no; Interfere *?i n n
courSe was aa clear aaW. ?hn',CaU'_aT ertect oa
occurrence." he added. wlll h.'.e a
lnternatlon.1 yachtlng _____ club ?**<1*
A nromment member ^' h' ''?oJCIUwl>(n he
,;,^r%;r;.^:^;^^?h*v-1^
l8,ffJWJVfJlr,,,,,"
sallod, nnd hence *^J.lH-$S7ainVa on* of the ?_
Blr Jaiiie* Ro.** lald: "his ??? one> ?? h
,x..a..rdin.ry race. I ever ?*? Th?re mu.t^j
aOBM oxce'.lent reason for Dunraven.
after crosilng the llne. -_,-_ for \v?nd?
Henry Klmber. Member ef:PV?^?J"iSj .rrlved
worth. and a member of the CBrltan t. lua._ f
from Europe ye.ter.lav morn ng ?nd b> raea ,,
irtirn eltor. msr.Jged to g?-t jab-)ar.t ?i .
.lohn. bef.-re her ftiartarfl "?-' 8jM tha *?- _
WTien IUby wa. alck. we gare her Catorl*.
^Tven -he wa. a. CMUt. _he critsl for Oaatorl*.
When -he Wim? MUb, flhe cluug to C-atorta,
Whea tho hnd C-OUrea, ahe gatretbem Oa-*or__

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