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   New York World (Newspaper) - October 5, 1893, New York, New York                                kyrle nro Not one of her oPi cers Is an TJe only Amerl con who will have nnythlnK to wltli her manipulation in the race today will be Martin Snncly Hook pilot Dunrnvpn sectircrt his services tc Indicate tlrtea nnrt He Imve nolhlns to do with the snlllnfr of the lilmself will Iw ae eordlnR lo his plans of He Is an expert and may nol hesitate to Issue so tinyacht iiilKht be snld to be nndpr bis command Most of Vlpllimfs crew of tliirtyllve men are Swedei and are expert The otnoirs an all thoroughly familiar will iiicliiK In these One of the results of the Ions series of races for the America Cup Is that tli contest has been brought down almost to ft question of t would be a wide ot the mark to speak of Valkyil as a typical cutter as to speak of vlil lant as a typical Concessions have bppn made upon both sMes In tli light ot the experience of previous races for the It Is apparent that KnKllsh yachtsmen have learned by the bitter exiiiilclici tho past that the nearer they ap proaeh the American the greater would be the speed of thfrlr This has been done tn such an extent in Valkyrie that In her sails and rliicini she Is practically an American That is one reason why the America Cup Is now tboURht to lie In prenter dan ger of back to than ever anil why public Interest in the races bcpinnlnK today has beni aroused to such a hiph In both e Jenesm nnd Galatea the ISngllsh custom was followed of havlun the foot of the mainsail The Valkyrie has adopted tile American idea of havlntf her mainsail laced to the The head of the sail also is fastened to the paff In the American and the hoadsalls have cut to those mir The clubtopsail has been reformed UJHMI American and the lias been made longer and the tnpmus according tn the American The siiape of Vnlkyrlo Is manifestlv and the which she has been adopted tn several fast Knslish racing The Kni lish yachtsmen still stick to their llsh That Is one thf w points which have not been surrender All these changes have been brought about by recent raees for the America Vigilant is said to bo twenty min utes faster over a thirtymile than the which a few years ftffo wns the fastest yaeht In the and Valkyrie could sail all around the Undoubtedly the races which begin to day will have un equally Important bear Ing upon the yachts of tho What it will cannot be Lord Ounraven yesterday told a 1riend that he could see no Improvement that could be made In The owners of Vigilant are equally confident that their yacht represents the most perfect racing machine which can br turned Yachtsmen yesterday acknowledged that Valkyrie is the best boat yet sent over to race for the America Further they did not hesitate to say that the two yachts which will compete are more evenly matched than the yachts In any previoxis Home promi nent yachtsmen did not conexl their fears that Vigilant would Opinions as to Valkyries formidable SLOOP YACHT ON TUB PORT ef tjiysiil ami Jl In ill tnrl il ast nlKht thnt he would hnvc to feed tbe all Al the New York Yaeht Club a pood deal of oulet beltlup has been done by the of them seemed to think that Valkyrie Is more likely to win the race of than that of They all believed that in beat iHK to windward 1C llierc Is a rood viitllant will walk away from her KnkIlsh Xext to takfs more THE COURSE Dulled lino shows oxiremu limit of tliu oiituiml powers have been growlnR stronger Interest in the rato tlnui iiny other the cutter arrived in this American A number of Hoa Before that tlms reports had ton people came on Most ot eagerly diacuaaed hert of her wonderful them will down tin bay on cxrurHion Speed on the other During hcr tliev went to lied at trials down the bay Valkyrie has more their hotels last uvening they left or than fulfilled these promises ot fUrs fur tarly The distance She has shown compared with from the city at which the start will known speed of tugs that accomtake t four mil will pan led to be a very fast tn ceyaitate a lot or early rltrinu this morn points faster than She with hiiTicl and a ma da u speed of ten knota before alia to the steamboat Every taken out of tho while Vlgisteamer huping to he in at tho start lant has not exceeded that i must leave city liefore and ev On tha then wi have to steam lo the Sandy at full to be there ll 11 S rltcn KurterlcH Cttm were crowded yestcrrltty with suesta for the Tbey will be en an huur hnnrt rhf histniv nf preoonteBU rof the America yCup demonstrates ao overwhelmingly the superiority of the American nnd crews thut II bard to believe now they have found un It will hi remembered that Hn the many contests tor the Including two or more races lljlLd tu take hreakfnat nearly In each the foreign yacht never liaa won a single These are features of the struggle Binning today which were eagerly dis cussed Valkyrie and Vigilant never have met and their relative speed U an unknown A difference nf i a fraction of a second In the mile would be too small to note but make a big difference at the end of a The course ot fifteen miles to windward or leeward and return which will be today is that over which KOUIU of the most exciting races of previous years have taken It will be Inl lowed by a race over a triangular and by others calculated to bring the sailing qualities of the yachts on every Todays race consists of a dead beat to windward of llfteen und a free course before the wind HI samu this respect it Will bo most satisfactory from a snec tacular point of Betting on the tejieral result has ranged about Sunie odds havi been given on Valkyrie by enthusiastic udmlrers of that oilieni hiivi Klveii odds on About half of the yesterday on the lesiult uf lo days Many wenof a technical such as the lime of the yachts before the wind and tintime n beating lo Valkyrie n ave demanded udds on to which was regarded as a con fossion that Anwicun yacht la thp faster In This nicmid to be this uplnlun of most as one remarked We will Know more about It tomorrow Visitant on the uther have domandx odds on the English yiuhl in No largo odds have bern n Clew of pnlliK nf iif nf ilTlmuunf erois runner niiil nillull chili Topi i last Mi rum I TITE OCTOBKH StrPct iieddlors pspect lo make a lot ul money tlieip programmes to tho crowds goingnbottrd thp excursion HHamprH It in expected that more than flftcrn thousand people will witness the slrug jrh hotween tho giant The ex cursion steamers nlrcacly advertised to follow the races are capable of carry Ing more than that number of there will be an ber of steiun yachts nnd private which have been centring In these waters for many Of course there Is not the slightest use of any sailing craft trying to see the Only the fastest of steam boats and tugs and steam yachts can hope to keep up with the two yachts when they ytait from one stakebbat to the other before the this reason nearly all tbe local and visiting yachtsmen will follow the rac on some excursion boat or steam Thi New York Yacht which i holder and custodian of the America because It was the club to which the America will have oITlcial charge of the Tiio club has chartered the steamboat Johns for members and A fashionable and aristocratic crowd will lie on The historic pennant of the New York Yacht Club will be seen on the Judges boats and on all ofllclal It consists of two rectangular bars of red on a field of with a white star in the middle of tin red The club has secured the aid of the ollco of this city in saving life and iteeping the com so It may prove i dilllcult In several previous contests of this notably when Volunteer and Thistle the ex cursion boats rind steam yachts crowded around the yachts In a way to derange their while by keeping to wind ward they shut out the There Is less likelihood of this in the race today than In any of those that If the wind Is from the north or west the tirst leg will be to anil the If the wind IH will quickly pull away from the licet of excursion boa may be encountered on the und ought to be kept out of the If the first leg of the race today Is a beat out to a excursion boats are to be kept from getting to windward nf the tin board the steamer Aurora will ho a crew of fifty in charge of Inspector Will Byrnes also will be on There will be four with a crew of and I wo live police Burgeons will be on equipped for any Elaborate instructions have been Issued captains of all steamers thai propose to follow the and these the will try to Such precautions have been made neces sary by the Immense flotilla which it Is will go down tin The tugbout miii will reap a harvest from the Tho supply tugs to take nut private parties dnra not equal the in high prices havf and the captains have asked no sfaworthy noted for rouiu not be chartered yesterday for less than for the and In mnny higher prices were Then tiinie In the second and third class Home of flic latter could be bad for and Several parties of green lo whom all tugs are were taken in by this and eagerly hired tugs which will be left benlnd before the The steamboat men roalizs fully the prollt which may be gathered from those anxious to see the The races Yacht i Ipnven fnot Tlpotor street Miiiinl llojio leavon pier foot Muriiy oliv Norl Olivette leavra White Star for Christopher North at Columbia leaves Keventeimth streo North foot Whitehall strct Hgerlon leaves plor Nortl Klver font nf Cortlandl lilnck Island leaves pier North Itlver fool Hector h nves Tenth street Rll Iliidge Uoanoke pier North lilvor ot Iterieb Itv of Richmond leaver foot Tblrtv llrst Mast piei II rtnst Cioncral Hlociim leaves foot We Tiventvseemid sit reel Hatter l Joweirn llipubllc Paves foot Twen lysoroml slreet U Angler IITIVK Iwentyllrst sir lleekninn pier mai Ufctor Svlvester leaves foot Whltehal street Xueeis or Hio leaves pier 21 list Kultou 1 lavann louvi s Thlrtyilrst Kast Montniik leaves Iier lOust font of Kiilliin Nutmeg Slate leaves Iler Ki fool of Ciitharliif lenves Thirtyfirst Oust leaves West Thlrtyfonrlb dtvet Tenth VOHCV Cygnus leave Vesey IcilcwIM lenves Thirl vllrst 9 Ieck Knst Shelter Island leaves Iler Kast Cily of Lawrence leaves Iier North one block above Stranahnn lenvos Tlamil on lierry KlliMi linneox leaves New Orleans leaves 1iur Nortl foot of Hector Cnyandotto leaves Iler North foot of Ileacli In addition lo vessels of ron Steunilioal Company will leave oot of Twentysecond North U Pier North MEASURING THE Vigilant Must Allow Valkyrie 1 Minute and 48 HipHlpHlpJTooray TlipHlpIIIp Iooray IIipHlpIlipHooray These ringing lirkinh given witli a will by tho crew of 10 black cutter Valkyrie as they saw white sloop Vigilant coming up to ic 1jrio Hasin dry dock yesterday after Tho cheers were heartily returned y tho men of tne American yacht ir fashion nlslioil gold after tlio dock hands got through rubbing them some neld Ilic laMt to water was let was to play fresh water on the entire hull below the water This was probably to Ox the compound on copper before the salt water touched fine smooth coat of black paint lad been pnt on Hie cutlers tiil when was aiiont J with every thlnir put on slumout f hT cabin and all linnds on the he was indeed an Ideal racing and There was not a soul deck bnt Lord Dunraven when Meas r John of the Ncw York Vuelit began stretching his tape neasuro over There was left on leek only a small racing an and two chain V square pine stick about twenty ong was floated under the yachts Hy means of sfrlnKK It was nude to touch the sternpost at its point if contact with the Then a plumb hie was dropped over the and he distance The same thing VIIH done with the lid then the distances were marked olT n the deck from the taffrail to tile ofnt on clcclc dlrootlv over tho spot vhere the water touched the ml from the extreme end of the stem to a point where the water ouched the Tho distance between hese two points on deck is the actual Viiter Hue of the It proved to e Of course every woman ond hild on the dock was interested n the was gen rally understood that tile Valkyrie the smaller nnrl that she vould be alloweil time by They ad to be satislled with what they for Hyslop was as dumb an oyster at The sail area of Valkyrie came next he most Important measurement to be It was done in tho same a nan being sent alott with a steel tape OUVKIl KKIHKSKXTATIVK OWNKIl HI THK THE TTooray Tfooray Hooray Tiger rr I Then followed a scone that all will remember who saw For bourn the thousand or morepersons who had been standing on the edges of the great TI1U CUP Among the most expert on aide are uian people In New und have a HhJit run fiui7i South Ueach lu man Kinall GII urvvloiiu been in favor of the American boat the general In races the odds have largely steward bet on It she wins the cup he Js to have a dollar for caiii meul lie eats duringthe racefX If she loses is to feed the all It thought by somo of his njcnds 1 tht Flint for Cnfortunuttly for Jacic the re Mit uccldfitt tu the Nourmahul was ere serious than at llrst anil The popular interest in the race was pawn yesterday by the struggle unions jerldlera und street f ale Ira to get early of the official tlae programm fifteen thousand of these rammea were Issued yesterday by Who Won Publishing be sold at the uniform price of U shows all the In thus 1 Horn VJv this year come just at the right time for after the summer on Boa and river has come to an and befutc the boats are laid up for the The llotilla tomorrow will comprise all the wellknown steamboats uf these some The steam ers which will follow the race and tak out parties today are as follows Gay chartered by the Atlantic Yacht leaves foot Wall street 9 clubhouse chartered by New York Additional Coach incursions to Chicago by The Pennsylvania Kailrond uimounces that iiuy will run additional oaelt 10 iliifjii and reliuu ut Hit Sib mlu uu 17attl line to hold Us end lu the under side of tile topsail halliard the lower part being on top of he main When this measurement was tho wan si retched from the end of thi main boom close In In the lifter side of the Thp ex cess of tiio length of gaff Is meas NAT WHO DKSIGNE1 THK dry walchlng the work of finish ing np Valkyries hull and floating had been anxiously awaiting the arrival of These cheers aroused their wildest and such a roar of welcome as ithey set up must have been heard for It astonished tbe to say the and It was easy to tell which boat was Unit lu the hearts of those fathered It seemed as though they never would tire of cheering the cui They climbed up the rigging of vessels and on llio wooden hortes used in the keeping up the cheering for at least ten All this was nothing new to Vigilants Prom the time mat KM lug look the yacht In tow at Cily before 11 until her arrival at the four hours she had passed through double lines of steam whistles and yalules from guns on both sides of the The Commander flew on her bow staff a largeslued private signal of Oliver Vigllants chief and two smaller ones on the pilot The llaf is a swallowlulled with black a triangle in the The same Has was at the mast head of the Vigilant all Today It will be fastened on tho leach oi iruiliitu close up to the At the miiMheud will Ily the pen nant of Nciv York Yacht The private signal of tin Hurl of Dunraven is a rectangular yellow Hug havlnf a blue its base limiting the This will be Hown loduy on the leach of the Valkyries while at the must head will Hy UK white pennant of the Royal Yacht bearing fi golden crown In the centre of scarlet No other will bo shown on either of the during the I YiuiU 91 compel OKdllliK lleslRimror tired from thp after skip of the mast to the ami all over SO per of the topmast in ineaBUred from the hounds of the lower mast to the under side of the sheave of the topsail halliard The length to be measured for the spinnaker boom Is Hie extreme dis In its outer from the centiH of the fore side of the Measuring Vigilant qullo as in Pennuiitea It la thoroughly infueed Into tho Scarcely u man Is wholly ftoo from hi onti form ur It und will nut bctnireU until Iho last vebtiso af Itu jjoron ilrlvtn from the blood by t bo puwer uf u blood plirl llor like HouilK QIany tf the imrus of Sirufiilu uciomilliikod by llooilb Surtmimnlia Invi been ban vhich were couuf ered hoiOioiii hiivu budn curod by and the iiooylo tocluy Hvo uud oiljoy If you Buffer from uny furai uf Hurofula or othur tttfoctiaa cuuiieil by luiiuuu blouil you ftoulj iurtaluly tuliu lluoiiu tjarauwriiu Cure uru proioit WILLIAM Who will steer own methodical have meas ured tho boat twice Wutson climbed all over the small boat with It wns so nearly dark that Hy Mlop had to use a pair of operaglasses to see that the Btick touched the proper point at the and Watson looked hard through his eyeglasses at the same After all the measurement wts Mulshed It was found that she was of a foot longer on the water line than she wns In the trial races and that she had of a foot more racins length than ut that The following table Kiven out at the club last night shows he allImportant measurements of the two boats Valkyrie KO Wl U fil I HI 00 turesldeof must tu inainlinom end KoiesUle uf must tu lib Fure sii euf must lo j lit upsatl slay Fore Midi of nntst to furernost puint of Spinnaker IJtrc lo underside rmlllan IK I neck tu uf Length of ItiKhiir lenstli hy New York Rent cluli According lo those llgures the Vigi will have to allow the Valkyrie 1 This allowance is based on the rule that any excess of load waterline length over 85 shall bo counted double In calculating time Vigilant is over 8u Valkyrie Is only over the specified Yachtsmen who heard last night of thp time Vigilant would havo to allow Valkyrie were not so sanguine of her success as they had been It Is a conceded fact that Valkyrie has a much better chance of winning with such a tlmo Those who saw Colonla sail In the trial races remember how close she was to Vigilant in one of She was al lowed only fourteen yet Val kyrlo has been credited with being as fast as If she really her chances of winning are Indeed good with this time When Valkyrie left the Krle Basin for her anchorage off Bay Kidge in tow of the I upPulver Dunravon was standing on her and near him were rxCommodoro tass Cnnlleld and Maltland Ijord Dunraven went up to the city after the yacht had Ho will board her early this Ilia with Kaihnuker stopped at tho Atlunuc Yacht Club While Valkyrie was yet in tho bnsln somu of the crew of dressed In thrlr white with red and black watch np thv dock to got a good look at the When they relumed a reporter isked Iheni what they thought of said one sturdy I EUPSK A CHARGE AGAINST W OKI How Unjustly Many Women Are They charge you with boian Irrl flxeilafolo anil Thoyilout thn horror that oppresses Kveiy hour minis run rampant through your Roll ellllLH seerntly as lonir us you then jfo all to and dont caru whnt hw ITi Iroa grip of female IJnur Coimoima lnis enroll thoiiaiunlH liUo It has cariMl 1 want tn tell every 11 U kills the No more no uioro hearing uu inure resllorti ilnya aul lesu Oh liluseinkM tuko u anil be widl Its a tilt lo hoM North Al llrilfTKlstH sell ill LVIHA PlNlvllAM LlVKH EPPSS COCOA Ily a thorough linowlLtlgi of tho natural which fioviiin the opoialloii of unit autrl uuil by acaif nil uptilieutioii of the lino pnip Irtliil of uellKoltctoil ImK tirli vlrhd our hreaUfwit tublea with u ilelieuloly Illil voreil wlilih nniy save mnny hiuvv llocliilM U IH bythu Juiliciolli USuof micli itrtlelLs of illcl Unit H cunslitulioii may In pnali built up uiull eniniBh to riiiist uvury ivuileuev to lluiuiieilsol aiilitlcmuliuiiiA uiiilliuiOiiuuniunil iviuly to ultuel wluruvcr Ihuii U a woiiU Wu nniy fsouprf iniiuy u final hhufi by keophiK ouisiilvis woll forllllud with pure lilood and a iiivptrly uourbhcil MuiltNlniuly with boiling WBtir or Sold only lu halfiiouinl by lubvlkd thus it Hoiuwuvuiuic l we can beat her all I dont see nothing ti scare us do Hill not replied his Sixty men will man Vigilant In the and there will be about ten lss on Both crews are In as fine racing fettle ns the boats on which they are lo It Is understood that William Hanson and Nat Herreshoff will do the steering on board the Besides them there will he on board Leeds and Wlllard and There was a rumor lust night that Hank Haff also would be William Crnnlield will be at the Valkyries nnd there will also he on board Lord Designer Wat son and Hallmaker Tin Valkyrie will lowed lo the starling point by the tug nnd tho Vigilant by the That lug has been engaged to tow her every and to stand by her all through the The Ilnttlo Palmer also will go out as n Many Brokers to Sen tho Ynilds and ynebling look the planes nf binds and stoeks in the of the brokers and bunk ers nl Wall street and the result Hull it was one of tiu dullest days the street seen for some Mimyof tile iKinkeri and brokers Imvolheir own nnd have invited tbelr friends In enjoy the neeasliin with lithe ihiv be fnvimibie ninny bouts will lie crowded with hulls nnd who for Hie time will forrct Unit tlieie is a stock Vigilants Lion file lien for WILI died on the Vig linlit by he lied nvim Jino for services in lowlnir her oil1 Hie rocks when in dnugcr of ashore in a slonn August ean eilled Horbort to Witness tho Herbert FEEEIOALLffHOAPP The Great Offer of Doctors McCoy j Snow to the People of New Thorough I mcnt and Without n Penny I IuvTlio Opportunity lo Public Ever niTereil by Any Specialty In the Meillcnl Doctors McCojr nntl Snow Announce the grta opportunity to the public thnt hn9 ever been tcroO by any npeclillsta in tho medical This offer Ifl In the form of ft free teat of tb plan ot troalmint for tho euro ot catarrh flnd other cnralile chronic All who npplv In person will bo exnraln prescribed for and treated upon their Orst vl freo of all In addition to thoroi consultation and advlco will bo given to alt apply without penny to Tliln Is a toBt which the patient can make t of risking a olnglo cent for cxamlnaU the first advlco or me Hectors McCoy and Snow offer thla free t to the public an the surest and fairest way convincing everybody tliat their plan of tn mnnt In Ihc very best known to medical i In an straightforward way ot becomi ncijiialnled with the great number of persons TV havo blindly bought and paid dearly for their DOCTORS MCOY AND 5 East 13il near Oruna Or niiil 8G3 corner of DomoBtlo Scwins Machine VojJ If you lire at n IlKtnncg ivrlte f Pyiniitfim Aililrcna all letters to 5 ILil omco to 11 2 0 to 10 tn S SHIPPING Outgoing Ocean Steamers OATKS OK JHOM KBW YO Virtnrin IIK IX i CMAlUiH 01 THK CUP nirt Assistant hccrcUiry McAdoo left Wnah union for New York this evcninf to VnlliyrieYigllanl yudit Sceretary lerbeit will return lo Washington Moro Monoy Wnntod for Italys Kalian Minister of Ma rine has piesenled to the Treasury the naval estimates for the romhiK llseul lie pro Kises iiiereiisLHl nlloivance of I HK Xlfl prlniiirlly on aeeount of the noeessity of auilntuluiaii two souadrons in the The naval estimate for the eurronl liseul voar was in niuinl ITM A WOMAN rannnt under Ihe biMirfl tn ho from the use of Iieiren Favorito IroMel1 ip Dhl you see R sickly wonmu vtltli briuht ii ami rosy T h n e It M t Or a healthy one nut them A tvamrtu unit five In lull ito ninro have HI o f u l I o u H n r e tJ moiMt by takiiiw the 1rencrlp hen the ily riinctiiuiH arc not rcfliilar tho In Aa a BiipiHirt lor nervoiiHi exhausted ilt un invlgoratins tonic tuiil nervine It Imticns Its thn only reniedy for women OI7AKANTKKH to tilnolll or Hiiro Hie money If siiflerlnK Irani Cularrh try Doctor or n tV W11H OUT Kidney Eame Sandons Electric pnftiil iurfJ wIJJ without iiudichui all wiiiUiitss risultliig from of nurvn txcnsHfK or Ilvor mid fjfinhtur lauic TlilH ulfotrlo litlt iintnliiH woiulmiul liniirnvtmuijtsovcriiH iiulKfvfKa iiirrtiiL that IK Iimtiinlly felt by Acarvrorwf forfiIL anil will rurn all if ulxtvo fllmancs or no Tliuusimds IIUVP tciMi this tuurvilNnis nivtuitioii after ul 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