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Scene at Carson City Almost Duplicated by Stomach Blow. Crop Estimate Fishing Boat Fired on Ceathg on Underground Rail road Automobilist Rode Into Canal. Irondequoit Won Canada Cup Hunt For Convict Abandoned. .lames J. Jeffrie?, champion heavy i eight ot the world, played with Jim Mcrbett for nine rounds and a half I'riday night In Mechanics' Pavilion, Jan Francisco, and then Corbett's see jrds motioned to Referee Graney to stop the fight In order to save their nan from needless punishment. The end came shortly after the be ginning of the tenth round when Jeff les planted one of his terrific let: swings on Corbett's stomach. The mai h0 conquered John L. Sullivan drop ped to the floor in agony and the uemorable scene at Carson City when t3ob FiUsimmons landed his solar ilexus blow was almost duplicated. This time, however, Corbett struggled to his feet and again faced his glgan ;ic adversary. With hardly a mom ent's hesitation Jeffries swung his right and again landed on Corbett's itomach. Jim dropped to the floor ind then It was that Tommy Ryan, sue Ing that it was all over, motioned Ref ree Graney to stop the punishment. After the fight was over Corbett luiekly recovered, walked over to Jef fries and shook him warmly by tho hand. He said: "Jlnr, you beat me fairly. You stand alone. No one can touch you."' Report of Crop Conditions. The monthly report of the bureau of statistics of the department of agri culture will show the condition of corn on Aug. 1 to have been 78.7 as com pared with "9.4 ou July 1, 1303; 86.5 jn Aug. 1. 1302; 54 at the correspond ing date In 1901, and a 10-year average af 84.4. Preliminary returns indicate a win ter wheat crop of about 410,000,000 bushels or an average of 12.4 bushels per aero a3 compared with 13.8 bushels ast year. The average condition of spring wheat on Au. 1, was 78.1 aa compared with 82.5 last month, 89.7 on Aug. 1, 1902; 80.3 on Aug. 1, 1901 and a 10 year average of 80.2. The average condition of the oat crop on Aug. 1 was 79.5, as compared with 84.3 one month ago; 89.4 on Aug. I, 1902; 73.6 on Aug. 1, 1901, and a 10 year average of 82.6. The proportion of the oat crop of last year still in the hands of farmers Is estimated at 7.4 per cent as com pared with 4.2 per cent of the crop of 1901 In farmers' hands one year ago, and 5.9 per cent of the crop of 1900 In termers' hands two year3 ago, and an Dlght-year average of 7.4 per cent. The average condition of barley on Aug. 1 was 83.4, against 86.8 one month ago; 90.2 on Aug. 1, 1902; 86.9 it the corresponding date In 1901, and a 10-year average of 83.4. The average condition of spring rye on Aug. 1 was 87.2 as compared with 90.5 on Aug. 1, 1902. The acreage of buckwheat Is less than that of last year by about 500 acres, or 0.1 per cent. The condition of buckwheat on Aug. 1 was 93.9 as compared with 91.4 on Aug. 1, 1902. The average condition of potatoes an Aug. 1 was 87.2, as compared with 94.8 on Aug. 1, 1902. Preliminary returns Indicate an In crease of 0.3 per cent In the hay acre age. The condition of timothy hay on Aug. 1 was 92.2 as compared with 50.0 on Aug. 1, 1902. Rerort9 as to the production of clov er Indicate ' that nearly a full crop will be harvested. In point of quality the crop of clover is well tip to high medium grade. Fishing Boat Fired On. The Silver Spray, a fishing boat owned at Erie, Pa., came Into port In a badly shattered condition due to an encounter In mid-lake Wednesday with the Canadian revenue cutter Petrel. For years the Canadian au thorities have had trouble with Amer ican fishermen poaching on the Can adian side of the lake. About noon the Petrel came upon the Sliver Spray on the Canadian side and at once ordered Captain Chris Chau to stop. The Petrel Is a strong steel craft and It Is said attempted to ram the American boat before she could comply with the order. Captain Chan, remembering the fate of several other boats from this side which had been captured and con fiscated, attempted to escape and start ed ahead at full spead. The captain of Petrel opened fire r ith all the guns he had on board ind before he ceased firing some 20 shots had struck the American ves sel. One passed through the smoke stack Into the pilot house In which Chau stood and two others struck the pilot house. One came within a few Inches of the captain. That no one was killed is considered wonderful, a shots entered the cabin and various other parts of the boat. A large number of American fishing toss have been confiscated by the Can adian government. One, however, be longing in Dunkirk, was a few weeks ago ordered returned. Deaths From Fire In a Tunnel. Eighty-two bodies have been re covered from the ruins of two trains which were destroyed by fire Tuesday WANTED : Caoable young men and women for responsible, Pay Ing business positions. Address, Rochester Business Institute, Rochester, N. Y. TO f'l'UE A OI,l IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All druggiHtH refund the money if it fails ti cure. R. W, Grove's signature In on each box. 2.V-. 1-14-ly HoWationt your Mock of Htationery? book it up, then call aud Hoe us. on the Tari Metropolitan Electric railway. The total number of victims is estimated at 90. About t o'clock one of the trains which run on five minute schedules broke down at Menilmontant station, which Is in a poor and populous sec tion of the city. This train was promptly emptied and the train which followed was ordered to pu-h It to the repairing sheds. On the wiy these two trains caught fire but the employes succeed ed In escaping. Meanwhile a crowded train reached Les Couronnes, the preceding station, and the officials seeing Bmoke pouring out yt the tunnel gave the alarm. A panic ensued, the passengers strug gling to escape from a station. Some attempted to return along the line toward Belleville, where the smoke was suffocating. The fire brigade "was unable to enter the station or the tunnel ow ing to the dense f moke, until 3 o'clock !n the morning. Automobilist Drowned In Canal. Henry H. Spauldlng, aged about 45, an expert and enthusiastic automo tilist frcm Ruffalo, rode to his doath four miles east of Fort Plain Tuesday afternoon while on the towpath of the Erie canal. While turning cut for a lineman's rig his auto swerved more than he In tended and man and machine plunged Into the water. Two linemen rushed to aid Spauld lng but in their excitement let go en tirely of the rope, one end of which 'hey had thrown to the drowning man. One of them hastened to Sprakers, a hamlet near by. for assistance but by the time help arrived. Spauldlng had drowned. In his coat were papers, letters, etc, that positively identified him. The body was recovered entangled In the rope which had bcn thrown to him. The machine, uninjured and with the brakes sot, was also recovered. Turkish Excesses In Macedonia. The Bulgarian government has pre Fented a lengthy memorandum to the European powers setting out at great length the condition of af fairs in Macedonia during the past three months, since the Turkish gov ernment undertook to Inaugurate the promised reforms. The most precis? details, dates, places and names .if persons are given In the memorandum, the whole constituting a terrible cate gory of murder, torture, incendiarism, pillage and general oppression commit ted by the Ottoman soldiers and offi cials. Hunt For Convicts Abandoned. Sheriff Reese of Sacramento, Cal., has practically abandoned the hunt for the escaped Fobonr convicts known to have been In that city last Friday, Including Ray Fahey, a notor ious highwayman. Sheriff Reese feels It Is use'ess to further pursue an or ganized chase for the escaped men. The five convicts fleeing through the corral flat country are believed to have escaped to the Devil's Basin reg ion, a rocky and heavily timbered sec tion affording good shelter and pro tection. Baseball Games In Prison. As a relaxation from cell life and as a reward of good conduct, baseball games are being tried with most sat isfactory results, it Is said, by Warden Bridges at the state prison in Churles town, Mass. Not the least advantage is an Im provement In the discipline. The prisoners welcome the Innovation. The Inmates have two nines, called the Resolutes and the Hustlers, and they play every fair weather Saturday. There is room enough for 200 specta tors, all prisoners, in the yard. Wilkea-Barre Will Be Terminal. General Manager Culver of the Del aware and Hudson has announced that hereafter Wllkes-Barre instead of Blnghamton will be the terminal of the road. Albany to Blnghamton was formerly the main line but now from Oneonta, N. Y., to Wllkes-Barre will be the principal run. The dangerous grade between Carbondale and Wllkes-Barre will be abolished, the track being dropped from 4 to 10 feet. Irondequoit Won Canada Cup. The Canada cup has been lost and won again on the lake near Toronto. Rochester, N. Y., Is now its postofflce address. The fifth and deciding race of a hotly contested series went to the challenger, lrondeiuoit, by the narrow margin of one minute over Slrathcona, after a well-sailed, sea manlike struggle on both sides. Sales of Dollar Wheat. "Dollar wheat" was at last seen on 'change at Minneapolis Friday for the first time since the Leiter corner In 1898. It was cash wheat and there were sales at that figure. Later $1.02 was asked and $1.01 bid with no sales. The Septem ber option touched 85, the highest point In 14 years. Miles May Be Commander. If the sentiments expressed by New York men passing through Kansas City on their way to the Grand Army con vention In San Francisco correctly represent the situation. Lieutenant General Miles, retired, will be a formi dable candidate for commander in chief of the Grand Army. Repairs to Battleship. Temporary reaplrs on the battleship Massachusetts were continued and It Is expected that the ship will be ready to sail Thursday for Brooklyn where 3he will be dry docked. Only lo Cnllfiiriila and llm-lc. from Erin. P., July 3M to AugUHt 13tl, (rood until October l."tb. Fine Strong Vincent Pout RpeciHl party Mondav, An iriiHtllHh. Write at once, for illustrated itinerary to II. C. Alton, C. P. A T. A. Nickel Plate Koad, Erie, Pa. A-63-a5 TREATY IS REJECTED, Colombian S;nateVotesAgainst Proposition. Statement by New York Counsel of Panama Canal Company Much Dis satisfaction In the Panama Depart ment Fears of a Secession Move ment on the Isthmus. Washington, Aug. 18. Dr. Harran. the Colombian charge d'affaires, has received an official cablegram from Ihe Colombian secretary of state, dated August 13, containing the brief t.i uouncement of the senate's rejection sf the treaty on the day previous. When word as recelvej that the Panama canal treaty had been rejected by the Colombian senate, William Nelscn Cromwell of Sullivan and Cromwell, New York, made the fal lowing brief statement, as counsel tor the Panama Canal company: "A committee of the Colombian sen ate on the 5th inst reccm mended the treaty with a number of amendments. Our cable advices state that various parliamentary motions have been made, more or le3s involving those amendments, and a recent one Indi cates that the treaty Is not acceptable without amendment but this is not regarded as final." PANAMA DISSATISFIED. Rumors of a Secession Movement by People on the Isthmus. Panama, Aug. 18. The unanimous rejection of the Panama canal treaty by the Renate is the talk In all circles. The question on all lips Is what will become of Panama. The only con solation the Isthmians have Is that the rest of the republic, with the exchange at a very high figure and with an up ward tendency, will suffer a great deal more. I.t seems thcK. the governnv.M never expected the treaty to be rati fied, and it was not supported at all In the senate. ' General Lucio Velazoo, an old vet eran and a distinguished army officer, has been appointed military command er of the department ot Tanama. It Is thonght fears, caused by the rum ors of a secession movement on the Isthmu?, may have Influenced the ap pointment. Thought Spooner Amendment a Bluff. Colon, Colombia, Aug. 18. The re jection of the canal treaty by the Col ombian senate has produced a tremen dous sensation on the isthmus. !t was generally believed that the treaty would pass with some modifications. There !s good reason to suppose that the majority of tha members of the senate regard the Spooner amend ment to build a canal by the Nlcar aguan route, if the Panama route was rejected by Colombia, as a mere threat on the part of the United States. PROMISE OF OPEN PORTS. Minister Conger Has Secured Guaran tee From Prince Ching That Ports Will Be Open Oct. 8. Washington, Aug. 18. Minister Con ger, at Pekln, has secured a written promise from Prince Ching to sign i treaty with the United States, includ Ing a guarantee that Mukden and Ta tung Tao shall be open ports from and after October 8. The arrangement made by Minister Conger for the signing of a treaty be tween China and the United States, providing for the opening of Mukden and Tatung Tao on the date of Rus sia's promised final evacutlon of Man churia, end's the Rtubborn resistance by the Chinese which for some time promised to be successful. Prince Ching first argued Russian opposition to the opening of these ports. He then said that he was not Informed that Russia had consented to the opening. Finally he refused on the ground that China was unable tj open towns which were held by another power. When the present settlement was proposed, with the explanation that China must presume that Russia In tended to fulfil her evacutlon agree ment, Prince Ching reluctantly gave In. Tatung Tao is a small port which does not promise much business to at tract foreigners in the near future. Its opening is mainly important as a vic tory for tho open door principle. Fight With a Burglar. Albany, Aug. 18. William McMahon, a coachman to Mrs. Frederick Cleve land of this city, had a hot batle with a burglar in the Cleveland carriage house on Van Rensselaer boulevard early yesterday morning. McMahon Bleeps over the carriage house and was awakened by a noise. He crept down stairs and captured the thief after a tussle. The burglar gave up McMahon's watch, which he had se cured and then -suddenly dashed away and escaped, although McMahon fired several shots after hi nr. Nordenskjold Relief Expedition. Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 18. The Nordenskjold relief expedition, com manded by Captain Gylden of the Swedish navy, sailed today on board the Frithjci". It numbers 23 men and Includes six scientists'. The members of the expedition expect to return here In April, 1904. Professor Otto Norden skjold's south polar vessel Anarctic jailed from Gothenburg, Sweden, Oct. 16. 1901. Only K."H,7.j la California unci Hack from Krie,Pa July .'tlxt to August 13ih good until October loth. Fine Strong Vincent Post special tarty Monday, Au gust 10th. Write at once for illustrated itinerary to II. V. Allen, C. P. A T. A., Nickel Plate Koad, Erie, I'a. A-::-a2 Grow strong itnd well after using TlIO.Ml-HO.N S SwEKT WulIM l.KU. Very pleuHiint to tuke. ('ontiiiiia mi calomel. Never fuila. Worum are often Diwtuken for indigeHtion nud other di H'Hwa. Be Hure to get Tluinimm'n in glass bottles. Druggists, 25 tents. BLACKLIST LAWFUL. Ji'dge Roger Sustains Demurrer In Labor Injunction Case. St. Lculs, Aug. 18. Judge Rogers In the United States circuit court banded down an opinion sustaining the demurrer of the Western Union Telegraph company in the labor in junction case of Boyer et al against that company. In the written opinion Judge Rog ers sustains every point urged by At torney Smith representing the defen dant company, holdin; 'hat the com pany has the absolute right to dismiss employe. because they belong to the union, or far any other reisct; that there can he no conspiracy to do a lawful act; that the to-called blacklist may be maintained rnd give.i o'Jt for the use of otherc. The case resu'ted frm a bill filed by Telegraph Ope;at-r "bur Boyer tnd others, alleging that they were members of the Commercial Teleg laphers" union and that they had been o'ocharired by the Western Union Tele graph company so'.Oy because they belonged to the union; that it was the Intention of the Western Union to difcharge other employes for this reason and that the Western Union maintains a so-called "blacklist." The bill sought to prevent these alleged conditions. The Western Union demurred to the bill and this demurrer was sustained on every point by Judge Rogers. Relative to the "blacklist" the Judge held that the company had the right to main tain a list on which miht be placed the name of a discharged employe and the cause of discharge and this list might be given to others, provid ed its contents were truthful and its circulation honest. He also ruled as the bill alleged the union was formed for moral and prop er purposes there should exist no ob jection upon the part of an employe lo have his discharge based upon the mere fact that he was a member of fuch an order. Thi3 decision Is regarded as con clusively settling the law In the West ern Union company's favor. The plaintiffs took 15 days time to amend their bill. DIED ON MOUNTAIN TRAIL. Miss Grathwol's Death Was Due to Exhaustion and Heart Failure. Santa Barbara, Cal., Aug. 18. An inque-t held over the remains of Miss Catherine Grathwol, who died on the mountain trail to the summit of the Santa Ynez range Sunday, developed the fact that the young woman's death was caused by heart failure due to exhaustion. The body was tied on the back of a horse and brought down the trail !n the darkness. Miss Grathwol had requested the friends with whom she was making the ascent to proceed without her, naying that she would remain until their return. On returning the parti found her lying In the trail. She died half an hour later. The young woman belonged In St. Paul and was here for her health. The ether members of the party returned uninjured. HEAD-ON COLLISION. A Trainman Killed and Engineer and Fireman Probably Fatally Injured. Chicago, Aug. 18. In a head-on col lision between two passenger trains on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, near Long lake, one trainman was killed, an engineer and fireman were probably fatally Injured and a num ber of persons were more or less seri ously hurt. Several of the victims were buried beneath the mass of wreckage and were removed with great difficulty. A mistake in train orders is given as the caiiFe cf the accident. The pas sengers on both trains were thrown Into a panic. Street Cars Must Stop. St. Louis, Aug. 18. Beverly S. War den who wa3 arrested Saturday be cause wben he wanted to board a street car none would stop for him and he finally drew a revolver and forced the motorman to come to a halt. iWtt-3 acquitted in police court. In discharging Warden, Judge Tracy snid: "Any street car motorman brought before me on a substantiated charge of passing passengers on the street corner will be fined the limit of the law. Citizens have rights that are paramount to those of a street car company." Automobile Tour of Europe. Washington, Aug. 18. Postmaster General Payne ha received a cable gram from Charle3 J. Gliddon, who Is making an extensive automobile tour of Europe, saying that he had so far covered 3,590 miles an 1 that he had crossed the Arctic circle 'n his ma ihine. iHe also stated that he had offl rlally deposited with the Swedish gov. ernment an American flag which lie had carried across the Arctic circle. Grasshoppers Stop Trains. Red Ixidge, Mont., Aug. 18. Grass hoppers are so thick In this section that they are interfering with the oper ation of trains. Ixjcomotlve -wheels are made fo slippery that when the en gines stop it Is difficult to start them again. The grasshoppers have eaten the range bare. Letter From Escaped Convict Butte, Mont., Aug. 18. Pat Rogers, one of the six men who broke from the Butte jail on the night of Aug. 8, has written a letter In which he says he will give himself up if City Detec tive Murphy will fight him a duel. Murphy has accepted the challenge. Is the New and Better Breakfast Food, bo different from all others that it pleases everybody. Get a pnekuge to-day at your grocers. Vue GimkdEB K-bb Food Co., Lb Rot, N. Y. SUMMARY OF THE NEWS Short Items From Various Parts of the WorM. Record of Many Happenings Condensed and Put In Small Space and Ar ranged With Special Regard For the Convenience of the Reader Who has Little Time to Spare. Wednesday. Pope Pius X fainted while at mass Tuesday morning and was uncon scious a brief period. It was said In Rome that the powers have decided to support Russia and Au.-tria in efforts to re-establish peace in Macedonia. The board of supervisors of Cattar augus county voted down a proposition to change the county seat from Little Valley to Salamanca. Eighty-four bodies have been re covered and the death list will prob ably exceed 100 from the burning of two trains on an underground electric railway in ParU. Thursday. Elihu Root, secretary of war, will forward his resignation to the presi dent before he sails for Europe on Aug. 22, as a member of the Alaskan boundary commission. Henry H. Spaulding of Buffalo was :hrown with his automobile into the .'anal at Fort Plain and drowned. He was riding on the towpath and turned to avoid a lineman's rig. - Cable dispatches from Paris describe the disaster on the underground rail way, in which nearly a hundred per sons lost their Hve3; no one was burned, but all the victims were suffo cated by the smoke. Attorney General Cunneen, answer ing attacks of counsel, declared his mo tive In proceeding against the New York Building-Loan Banking com pany was to fave the credulous poor from being deprived cf their savings. Friday. The fifth and deciding race for the Canada cuip at Toronto was won by Irondequoit over Stra'hcona by one minute. Both Bulgarian and Turkish reports agree in con;U!ering the situation In Macedonia very serious, and the re volt Is growing hourly. Twenty shots were fired Into an American fishing steamer on Lake Erie by a Canadian revenue cutter for poaching in Dominion waters. A report by the British vice consul it Odc.f.sa cn the Klshlneff massacres shows that the local authorities took oo effective step to stop the riots. Komain and Emlle Daurignac, broth cr? of Mme. Thereto Humbert, we'o positively Identified as the mythical "Crawford brothers" during the trial in Paris. Saturday. Fighting Is going on between the Turkish troops and the insurgents at many points near Monastir. A cable dispatch from Naples says that two streams of lava are flowing down Vesuvius from fissures In tho cone. Eleven regulations governing the en forcement of the sanitary code In bar ber shops were made public by the New York board of health. At the session of the Union Veter ans' union national encampment at Rochester a resolution was passed commending the administrative acts of Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles. From Oyster Bay the announce ment was mado by tho Aldrich cur rency committee, after a long confer ence with the president, that an extra session will be called, and that the date may be put ahead from Nov. 9 Into October. Monday. James J. Jeffries, champion heavy weight pugilist, defeated James Cor bett in the 10th round at San Fran cisco. Announcement was made that Jo seph Pulitzer hnd given $2,000,000 to Columbia university to fonnd and en dow a school of journalism. By order of the controller of the cur rency, the Naveslnk National bank of Red Bank, N. J., was closed, and W. A. Mason took charge as receiver. Kin? Peter of Servia is said to bo completely in the hands of the military clique, who are said to fiave his writ ten approval cf the assassination .)f King Alexander. The British parliament wa3 pro rogued, no light being thrown by the premier on the government's attitude toward the fiscal scheme of Mr. Cham berlain. Tuesday. Judge Brewer of the supremo court Cf the United States advocated more expeditious trials and the abolition of appeals in criminal caes as remedies for lynching evils. Safes were broken open by burg lars In the New York Central depot and in Harrison Meyer's grocery stop? at Ivewlston, N. Y., and about $30 stolen In each case. An earthquake shock, which lastel several seconds, was distinctly felt In all parts of St. Ixiuls Sunday. So vio lent was it that houses shook at their foundations as If they were about to fall. 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