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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 10, 1895, Wellsville, New York                                 Jn Lull Times  Create Trade  í<lf Jo tri im jfg.  Traders  vol.  NO. 210  îN THE Stores »/  That Advértim,  WEDNESDAY JULY  1895.  Right Ann Paralyzed!  Saved froia St. Vitus Dance.  "Our dauglit^r, Blandie, now flf-trcn years nf liad lieen terriWv aiTlictixS %v)?h nirvfiUiiness, and baS lost i iH^ efiiTrc u<e of 1ier' ritilit arm. Wc fcatrd St. Vims dance, aud tried the Jp-t i»hy<!ciari>. with no U'DeflL Shn h.as taken three botllos of Dr. Mileti' N« rvine and has gained 31 l>onnds. FFrr nervonshcss and symp-tf'insi.fSt. Vit«ii dunre are cniirely C'>ne. she attends sch«»! regularly, and rccovrr«'d ei>inpletR tiK« of -her arm. her ap|>'titc is splendid."  MliS. K. It BULllocK. B.-igntoD, N. Y.  Dr. Miles' Nervine Cares.  T»r. Ni-rv;;!!» _,n!<J on n r»f>^i!iT-8  r ' <■ liioliT'-' viW  .i i! :i iK.ttli-s fo'-f., cr  !• • '»'M !jt. pri'tvuii. ,<ri r\M-i>U»t of I y .„.. i.r. Mlit-s >ieiii,-:il ri.harC l:id.  THE MARKETS.  Krw Vork Muséjr »Inrlci-t.  , ' . NEW YOUK. JnîT B  ¡Wonttjoíi ran, notnia-iUjriit jxr r»«.it.  Pruiì» nj.T.\-%ntil" 2», -i.T» p.ir c«>n?  î>t»»rllniî »>*t'hrinKi': Actunl lnwin«-"« inbani; rnt'bill«. for di-toan.l. »n-J ii.^  it4 4 f.vr I» «InvH. I'osted ratr». fl s» <«« »inUi.W'îl.-.'S-tVmiTnorciíil biîl«. '  KÄiirii.nK—ra.-ifîo. «nf'ft-,. imvf>r<^.Ttifì,nt,» (íT'^ítíírScí-  ÄS'jr  «ovcrtiiutnt.. itnvr 44 quot ed »t tl »»jf; Äd do.ii.ia- . ______ . ; ■ „,  N««»r Vork rrodae» Markot.  ^ l N«w Yokk. Jalj ». FIX>ÜH-Cit.T inlîU patent. KTOMW; win-l.-r »3>»44 Ol; city millji o5i«r. ft.Ut»  4.J5;, Winter »tru-is p 5j , wìnfer «»xira^ IM«>§a.4J; do V.W Knv'le». «:20®3.00; Minne-m.,ttk psK.ni», »W; MinnwiotA bukpr»', ».'.O 443.«: «prinç low gradm. $l.S»«'.4Â: »pring c*tri«. »i.00<tä4j. S-mlhern flour: Oo-ni to chrtW do extra. ♦a.lOéS.ià. ,  BYK—SíBte,5<V4:.lc; Jem-T, 45>(|5lc «-arlot*.  boatlo.ads. S hM df«livpr»»<L ' KYR ELUUR—«npcrflm% î,'iK>iti-W; fancy.  ti.Ävan.si. Bi CKWHEAT-<^noîf»lnt 4ÍVÍS..5?. ' • FUJUR-  !tiu.H«d at Î15j<»  BUCKWHEAT  C0RN5IEAI. - YeUow y^mU-rn, tl.WKsl.lO; brandy win.-. ............. ^ - ■ . ... , : . .  BARLEY—No 2 Stilwankw, t wo-rowi-d Htat •. O; six-rowwl ei)'>sc t.. Rrrivi-; r.jKjt, 01c; iio. ;; vv. stt-ru • CatindH. Tt»iir:.''.c  BAKhKV MAl.,T—WeiiU-rn. TauTfe: Ko. :t w.-.st»Tn. »Sti.Tt>o; two ri.w.Hl, 8«; suv rowwd do.  \YHEAT—Sp-t «afi»«. No, 2 rwi -.ton' »nd Taror.fi-^io; afl<»at.G7c; Xn. 1 tmrth-m.  l/ERY HOLLOW VICTORY.  Cofneli Crew Wins by Default From Leander.  BKITONS LEFT AT. THE P33T.  riai«<l to IW«p«i»rI ««» «h«< Ki-fprfrtft'p W»rd •rninC Atn ríms» 11»wed Over thip Cattne Alonr—l^antl- •  «•r*s I'rolciit Mot " 1  «>■ A  Hknî.K»-<15-Tî!AMKî:. Juîf ÎO —The fi rat day of thf .Vîih Äimtversary of thp wnter dfrbT of tirt,nt Britain was » dieappoínt» làçnt lo »iî^conciirntHÎ.  Conwîi -was |ñttí»tl nuaìnst th» créw of the I*« ander Boat club, ctjmposed of«?*-' Oxford and Cambridge oarsmc». antl »aid to be th« sîronirest on ths-river. Thcro WS« Boaie confusion at tlie start ö-wring to the prv««na* near tho Btartinn line of » number of ïwat« ^hich. #eriouBliF Intor-fpreti with lA-andch Conteqiiently. tho InUer were «oiiscwhat eîow in getting Into pCMlllWö  Then, when tho tmipire iwskiMÌ if tho two rrwws \npii« n-fntj-. C«.>rneli primiptly an-»werçd ••Ve«." aîul tho umpire claltus Ije-anikr did tiu^ samv. Tbis tlife Leander»  diMtj-.  , In any ra*«*, the iimplr*.- gave tho word "Go" nnd the Corn<-n cr«;w shot away, t Biit only hall the other startled and  r,u.b ,, art ».-»!; :<Q. 1 h ird, 7.'>..<! r u. b . .nai al. . . ' . . .  iM>tio„s: No. 2 mi Mav .-las^^.t T''^,- Anc . I vrmr^U^ii that they were not  IM" . '»»!^^- j n»ady. In spHe of this the umpire al-CORN — Sr^it sal.rs No. 1 lowed to pull aver the courso and  at; N.». ^ « hit.. .Vk- dt Uvon d; awardeti thi? Anwrscand the race.  inix«l.5>5S4.-:.T«?u.nv. t The Lt'anders have lodged a pretest  un>,ru«l mixixl. Op- Rgain»! iht- unipiro's decision and it will  n , s iuly civ«ed at Aug.. iS-^c: Sept.. ■ ^ ^rer«d,to the lx»ard of stewards. But,  TAUE TOS  CU R E  ^ T+HÄT:. ^  Co ugh  ^ WITH  SH I LOH S  :uRE  ^CmRRH ìemedy:  rVHk AttleCtOrZSMk  For sale by f entril Drug Store,  /  Fi!.j r?» tHHEK MaTIIUAIÍ'.  M G'H.O AKD  .11-  TirxH  Ffí-'r^ .Ill yttm. Artifici»!  V-"."-v,!. .ä -.¡.ot, «."Uî. S'U-er;  f .} K if'f« r »jf<>.ld  For«-''!»;;, ( r »Uo Bridge  EVKKTTHÍS« FU*T-ClJii».  n M. 8nERR*B. B. V. BaK««iAB, D D 8.  • WltI.LBVlTit.K. N. "  OA 1 i-^ikjt or Nt>. 2, a,», «27 l-lö.; N'a. 2 \ i',-"••ti.rjk^,-; i  wbiî«-, No. 3 lii., aij^c^ trac t  whiTv wentvni, aM,<îa;c; inu-k white state, aU.^iiÎM'Tii. Optluus: Juîy. ci ».■»^•d at -jfA^c.  UAY—Shipping, tXV¿T.iC. í;o<>d t-,. clioí -e. si>-4  ÍO-  I'"KK — N'í.r niíws, tlí.O>. ímni'v.  -hort í lfar. JMultt l . (*} UL" i Tr.i; -W ,-. «TU <l!i:ry, !» . d . c •• » ery. SV^ilT d't fjotory, vl-f «-lic'ti-. i. y í;iii!aT:>>ii fr>'.'nm>ry, ll.uläc •^t.l!e d t ;. 11 i ITc :d ■ i-rt'lüirry, !7 i^lT-jf, i  - í>t«t»> ini-ir'. (■ * , -Iii i "i.''.^'l 8'jC, p;*rt »kiini. -•j i.'. -i' ;n!i-«imi». 1-.  Jví'.JS -.^tivtr atjvl Pt'íni-iyU ftnin. i .ii-,  w. sit-rnIJ-aM ..> 1 , " l:-^ .  ruT.VToF,—h-.Tiff N'íind. M 'v.-I,  fí fi m: s,-.t \>,- u í: i-  M-Iliv. »S i-ií.t)i; it  Norlii «'»rMlwi.i, ;5. (, Íjnrii'.í'in nu ^  vaniTíth. ."i.!'*--VJ«»'"J.  fo'.k. Tj ......... '  Buff^In l'roTlnion Mnr-k.-l.  Bfi fAt.o. Juiy i». WHKAT-No 1 h.ird, ÍS'^e; Sf>. r.-.«, '-J'.--.  2 veiluw. aic; No.::, 4 c: 3  «S» jc.  B.VHLKV—No. 1 w».<;f,.rii, 0-'•; No 2 dsv -Xi'. ch- vfth.T. ; i 'nnniXa, fi-MVi^!-  OA S-Xo. ivhsti-, ol jC. No i míitíd, tic. KYE-Nv>. 'JTc.  Fh.vk K—Öj.ring -.vUeat. best p.it»'nt p«r In.;..  i-.w gr.-ides, wtnter  wiittAi, bí-.^t fanidy, $i.Td((i4.'.'0. Rrahtuu. »:{  BL'T:T.í{—.St.itt; crenmsrr. 18c; nesíern do. ITj-'i.^-.  ("riiE. ÍT. — Fanry fnll iTfam. S'jo: cluiice d^', r ¡ipht 4 4.V;. ...kím.-,  Ei-ft+í» — ^tut«. imd vrt<»tvra.  ■ _____  East Bufftlo Li*« Stork Market.  East Bcí rAt.'^. .íuJy 91-CATTi.E—E-ctra f-*p.»rt $v:<i.tá7.>;  (riwvd d'>, ciiuic«;» houvy butchvrí?",  14 iight hatidy di>. íi.U«4 4t.t; onv.^  ¡md hfiffri. extra. í3.-.'5 ts,4.>J; CiU.«., htavy íed. I," «».-^.Ój:  SlltKP ASO LAMaS — r«»! e t.> ext.-:* wat tier», 53.íi,<v;i.5 ; ROad to choie» t^hwp. »i-Ä« <-«>nim.(tv. to fah% chuto» to  txtra >pr!iii; 5:inn>», ía.'friVi.uO; commoa t'.» ÍHir,  - Hravy, t.i. 45 15,53; nn-üum and msxfd. York^MS. ó.a¿yíú-4i. ........ . ,  nútralo Uny Market.  At.i» J'a y 0. No ,! ttm')thy p.r ton. qudtfl .nt í^fTo'J lS0n No. i do »15oi)a(l<5,Ol>;-i»mm"n mixM.  baU-^i hay. Kk.»««  •t W áoaT.ÜJ; ba!ed do. ió-5046 äJ.  in the opinion of the rowing exp«rt5, the board wûl ik>î change the decision. Ì (Jliarici H fourtney, the coach of the ' Corneìà was sick in b«.l and did not  como to the Ixtnthouse with thi; yoang ' men ifrt>m Jfhac.v  I At 2 oVlork ìlio Cornell crcwj In two carrî-ige-. drovo through the öesds to the s-tartitig point, th»- .\tiierlcan collego l>oys vt'iUng. and rwf.r.iug nft» r tho vohlcli*8, '.sttf:ÌT:g CTÌ!'.. w Is'.fu fis'vnisht.^i' tP.e Britisher.«.  I -'2r:g îîuÎ cofïtïniîed from tho lîu^k s;,•>!-?' A:.<.>f the four races Up to tha: îîtnc h^d h.H'ti w..n by crvw» pulling . on t:.c H a W - îie of xiic nwr. Î At p tiî., tì:t> î^icaiîtiers  d«>wii th" u¡ t ie ttar  FOR HOUSEHOLD USE, could not have survived for ovijr c!i:i»ty years exceptfortho FACT that it possesses very loiich more than ordinary irterit. INrERNAL as much as EXTERNA!, use I»».,-!,. p. r< tf .1 t'! .i-u.,..! ,  r ^ - : , «.1.J til.. I r.. ^JVJ ' t a" I -< * "t'> ! l«'!"! ' \  • __ , Mi<"!;<l bnv.; J.'iiysiiN i;  Lvery Mother ■  T .«-mti-i, r.>l>.- ( 1I> . - H'lr-.-s.  ,, i , , < I ti 1..^. ¡.•"ttlif I'K.n 1>' [i»'V 1»! 1 'fill.  i ('-d'Oiii. Ilnrti-".i;!-. <!.'•' 1!»  .,>r M - >:ir till. I-.m- To, k. ^i.'T  > ^{'is t»JTvintiss ill!''. UiStaii f.^i Nirviviia  1' 1-1 t . fl.»- '".IJ ils !•>  ««•t»«»' Sen  Clur AGO, July 10.—Judgw Woods has ñ'uistat«.-d hia fpniier order, making concurrent the? wntenceá of Kugon« V. l>eí>» and other officials of the American Kaíl-wjiy union. As a result Debs will «»cetTe i but fcsx months in jail and hia associates but three months.  , .NJÏ. SiV. U Nomaii't sr.t it to u^  ftl ate OfflciaU Called.  A!r..\NV, Juty 10.—Secretary of State I'aliiu r h i« i-sued a call for a meeting of the «itnio kjfiicMnla tomorrow morning for ■tlie pnrpo'.e of passing upon the bids »»ub-iitititnl 30IIU' tlmo »Inoe foT- dQlng-the " i.slative printing and also for printing tHe session laws. ,  PILLS.  Hate Sew Eich BlóocL _  BestLiverPniMade"!  X'nutfCtUmnr» In Se«alon.  iiAnAT<H.A, July 10.—The National Con feoiioner's Association of th« Unityd States, A. T. Haywani uf Boeton, pre>i-denl. began: its. lith animal meaning at the Grand Union hotel hero.  u-l »«"'I'  , , . I- -, » t.! ■  iiK-5-.ni IV..-« ■-'■•<- í' •  .-lom .il--.  " Oreek <imrtHl» ,to Fight, . trr.Kîi,- -.Hily i^)-—A, chainlH-T lod lo Colonel V«psinadi"ii chaî-■'üVi« <^"oîpnel Siuolentz, miuister of  w»r.toaduel.  SiK^'éij.  iJifisjJiimBmL;  # WELLßVlLI-E, N.  CAPITAL $100,000.  W F JONES President. ■ C. A. FARNUM. Vice-Pre»  UndfTided Profit» aa4 Surplus 34r4,000  F. H. FURMAN Caihieî J. S. JONES Asst. Cashier  BANKING' BUSINESS.  TRANSACTS A OBNGRAl.  ACCOUNTS Soliei««a.. p<niii»er<riat Paper Dis«otimed.ai|<t Ï.OAXS rtwr, and the wonl.: -WheroU I^and«  «UXUK P  cans, tho fooling wa« one oi great 0!s.<^p-pomthiont, Ono Amoriean ».aid: -Well. I would rather they had licketl ua thAn to bavo the thing like this."  However, tho nnirersal opinion uniong the rowing authoritic« here waa that Cornell vira,^ l^rfectly rlghi in h>W5nK over the (Kiurse and tha' they could have done nothing el!<e in the face of the umpire'i» order.  Kvcry fow feet on the Way to jthc finith line the excitement Inortiwd until, near-Ing tho iinbh, tho eusp^uiie waaaoiaething tremohdons.  The umpire steamed op td the pre«» stand amldit great eioltement and loud exclamations from alt »ides. But the uinpiro wan ttot h» any ivay dismay«! and ho takl: "Tho race is Corneirs, Ijcandcr did not start."  The Comoll crew got a very good rt^-eeptlon as they passed the winning po<t In great style, but thertj was som^ iKHjlng mingled with tho KngUsh cheers and Cornell yells.  Tho Cornell crew appronohed their boat house lookingnH If they had be«n defeat-ed, and their friends who were waiting for them wore almost afraid to for the re-fult of the race. Finally a venturesome reporter put the question to tho crcw, asking them If Cornell was victorious, and three or four of tho Corneliers «oletnnly nodded in reply.  It,» th«^  « ne evf-r  The men KQi out of their iKsat without displaying tho least satisfaction or enthusiasm, with the solitary exception of little Colson, who remarked, "We are winners, but there was no race. The other fellows mado only four gtrokes and 8topj>ed. It was entirely thetr fault, for the referee sai«l 'Go,' >^nd you J>et we chaps wont. Bnt when we saw oitr opponents  i:ey io-.'K-" i in -p!e:uiid form and were  I'^'uily c-li-.^Tt'.i iiT the crowds which lined  ______  T;.v cx.-j:.'nie!!t wa-4 at feverlie^'Whl'li the c«»;irie cleared in preparation for the mc»:;' iiuporrant fveiit of the the race iK>tw4*a iVtrnell and* L^atulcr iti the third oi th»' first k>rk-s 4>i trial heats for the t.irand ChaJK-nge cap.  Whv'U the umpin- pii!; the crew» }n'i>o>i-tiini. Corae'li w.i> tirst in place.and l/^an-der slowiy , j-addled to the place assigned to that crew.  The tisajpire then said; '.'ilurry up, L»©-atider,"  When the I^iindfr crew wbs in p.ace, the uinpirw crmi; "Are you ricady ? '  C>i.»rneli replied: "Yes." A mentber of thec--ew fiatd: "Ye*,"' but the Leander strolie, C. W. Keiii, turned and end: ""Xo. no."  Tiie uijipsre an instant before had sa'.d: ■Gor-- . ■' ■ ■  Leamier, at tho word, started, half of the crew^ pulling for dear life, but tho other turne<i and shouted: "No, not ready!'  Tne umpire waived his hand to Cornell, hich cK»w iuii taken the water promptly hen the word w^iks given, shot ahead and continued over the course.  The umpire's boat at first did not follow, and the I^eander crew, with the coxswain, F. C. liegg, in a terriblo rage, puUed- ihelr btuvt towards the nmnire'fr launch, and Btgg said: "I told you we wtre not rvady."  To this the umpire matle no reply, and his launch steanicil ahead after the Cor-fiir down  pcrpotratiKi o-t God*« earth. Tlie attempt to put tho biame on ottr boy* 1» a dastahl-Jyth.ng.. Theycoüld only obey the umpire.  "You mu»i remcntU r that iK-forc the re^.atta w« were warned all side« to be-wati of the Leander«. "They will d»» »«m In anyway possible,'It wan said, 'they will run you Into the poet, a« thtiy did tho French crew l4»t year.' We were told, »»en beforo the draw, that the thing had beonJlxed that enr first race would be BRidnsl L.e»nd«t. In our hearts we l«^ Hered that Leander Went to the post de-t«rrnlned not to race. Wo had the liest position and had beaten their hest time.'  Professor Colson exprewied i^lmilari Tiew»: Coach Courtney wa« in bad all day under the dtKstor's care.  This version of the ocxurrenoe can b« confirmed by the correspondent who nested the r«c0 from the tun pire'« boat.  The utnpirw olMcrved the fonowing form In'fitarttng all ihe. craws:  Standing In thà bow of the launch he mid: "Gentlemen, thli is a race for there stating the event i. I shali ask "are yon ready,' and thjn count 1, 2, go."  When Cornell and Leander were In iltion, the umpir«! said ijcander and Corm>!l: "Artí you ready." '  The Cornell coxswain replied: ' Renly." Lrrnnder said: "K- aly." Then thè um-pirosaid: "Go:" '  Ca'.l« c.vttie fmm the í.eander btjats "No. we are not ready. "  As previ.-»t»«'y «»iti-1 a :»»»rt of the I^e ander rrew ¡-n.i atìd the others  held back. .IS-iih were p<>inted di  rectly \ip the cmiTM.' and both wore apparently nlert for the signal. '  Feeling rtins very, high over the matter and I he Hrit lsheri are eagerly following Leander'ii traii.  Sporting Life, roraiuenting upon the Henloy evetii, says:  "Frank Wiümi. ficting.„iimpire. Jta.«i offeretl t^» give prize to the value of iiiW fora I>jaiider-Cornell race on tho day a{t«r the reg it ta closes. It remains to be Wien whetiitr the offer will have any result." >■  SPORTING EVENTS.  Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Kq^ort  Baking  ■ •}  Ai»OmiTCKif PPBE  THIRTEEN WERE KILLED  Twenty-five Injured, Some Whom May Die.  of  THE'WKi^OK ON THEÔEÂHD TSUSK  MOB S TERRIBLE WORK.  Father and Son Murdered Thejr Home.  Ir.  KILLED TOH ÎÎ0APPAEI5Î CAïïSE  i tho Kiiglnerr un i rir#m»B lioth ï>r-No K«pt<»n»llon of ttie ter Can. Be Founidi — E»KÌac«r 31 Bf If ave petft ' - ; . ■ Asleep, .  - „.QcePSw, Jitly terriWe .accìdent  ócourrvd on ! he Grand Trunk raSlway at Cralgs Hond station, abou^ 14 miles we«t of lii?vi8, aa the r*«&ùlt ùt whtoh 13 person« were killed ntid 23 others more or less ?«.>-riously Injareil, two of whdm may d e.  A largc pllgriitingi' fri'nn Sherhro-jke, Windsor Mill» and Richmond heid loft the latter town for the famous Catì.oì;.? shrine of St. Anno de Beaupn». Tho tiain carrylng the pilgrims waa dlvided fnto twotseetiont;, una rimning » few inintitt« liehliid thoofhen Thelìrét fi«cfion rearhed  rUa-^lns» ci 11.». White 5!««  A^aüed Hìib N >t--Uoth Klddìrit Wtth Uullet» — «in* of the Wowj««» St)»y  A!»(» t»ik ■ ..  Craigs Iload .-»nd slopjied at the tatik to take wiu» r. Due prec.iutlons Were taken and the semaphore was tlm.wn t<.- iiiark . that they fiMire hia  July î'> - - ?-'..«l froir. PrlnoL'ton f-v.y>: A mob m'^:!  Wfnr Xn tlic rciidi'SKV of J.;»<-pb H?w?:/n at Lewísí¿n and inurdert'd him «.nJ Lw son. Howiet Howtotî.  Just a? the clock s-truck li one of the m->b knocker i on the d'?or ani afkrd to se--* Ht..wìcì jifwlJ^n. Ho canvi; to th-.-dcKi-and aitt r a minute or î wo was  seized t^nd puiîod ouî.~Uîe and «Lot throtigh the iK^dy. The mob then dragged hini to the gate an« shot Jiim seven tSmfca,  After they had îlnîshéd him the garjg wesit b.ack to thfî house. The white-  National and  - ■■ • i-.JAUx cx)rr.T>i.\ were m.iking no eflfort-i we slow«! up, as no Ben.so In tiring ourselve?, Ï  thare was no can't imagine what  tSrin.g ras the  j.np.s. of u  crew, who were how  thè  ht-ll  The l^sandcrs, uuti^ÌJ^^mpìre'» launch wstó away OUI oi" sp^ki^ distanoe, oon-;:iï:ed . sboutlng wiiUly: "\Ve aro net ready,' "Why do y«u so „ferve usf"  Bat the vxiwp re diÌI iiot look at them aìHi mcrt'ased the speed of hì> lannch.  ili the me.^ìUitne the Conìeìls werepull-irig a rtrady. even stroke and seemed sat-Isfiiiithiìt ìlsey.'wero in the ripbt in con-tiïîujng liaé raoii. Tht-y hniishtrd in )sm.  Pnssmg the end of R* gatta Ssland, F. D. Colion, the Corneiì coxswain. half turned  and held up his hand towards the umpire'« launch. But the .umpire waved  look, quickly resumed his position, and pare a dharp order tt> the crew who had telaxed the tremendous pace with which  to  tli€-7 hica staflSa. Upiin reaching' the half milt» |>usT, where the crowds began thicken, the Cornoli boys were loudly  choered.,  A f«w feet beyond thU there were excited shouts, ooiuin« from both banks of the Where Is Iieander?  could be beard every^w feet.  Ati CKW would xieTer bar*  o»." àaid »a excited Britisher, ti» gnuAd stand, amons th« Aœ«4*  «il  matter with A that they wore afraid of ua. But we wcr« the winners just the same."  ^CorntiU did hot get to its lw>athoi5se be-fiire a big crowd of frlendj; arrived to tender their congratulations  Tho umpire informed the representative of the press tiiat the Cornell crew were perfectly right in every way.  'The Lcandens tell me that none of them Siùd ^Yeh' to my Inquiry as to hother they wore ready or not. But we the launch certainly so undersiood them.t'  C«rn« ll will meet .the cnaw of Trinity Hall, Ctutibiidge, todaVj which crew defeated the London Rowing club yesterday.  In the first hetit for the Grand Challenge cup. Trinity lltvll Rowing club, Cambridge, IxMt tho Ijondon Rowing club ea.siîy by four lengths in Tra, 36».  A head wind was blowing and prevented fast time. Trinity Hall had the Buckü, or most favorable shore of the csanrse.  In the second heat for the Grand Challenge cup, the Eton college crew beat the eight of the Thiunes Rowing club.  Tho board, or committee, of stewards issued tho following statement:  "The conuuittee, while deeply regretting tho most unforttinate 3ui«under-Staiïdlng at tifo start oVthe Cornell and I^jander heat, feel they abide by the laws of boat racing and cannot reverse the decision of the umpirx* and starter."  The members of the Ijeauder crew are all wild ag.tinst the umpire for his decision la favor of Cornell and in their rage they fay unpleasant things agaliist tho IthacAn boys. °  C. W. Hnnt. stroke of the Leander orew, said : "A n Knglish crew wouldtíever • have gone on. Had they any spirit of Bpôrt "în them they would row agaiu. Every one on tho umpire'« boat was looking at tho Amorioans^ Our boat was pointing into the Island and half the men were backing watfer.  I had my haiid raised in the a5r toward the umpire Vi'hen ho said, 'Are vott rcadyV We all ».^rltd. 'Nv! . No!' Ï don't think much of your American crew. Any other would not have go; e on alone.  never saw such an unsportvtnanlike ' thing before."  Tho general talk of the «row Is all in the same tenor.  The Cornell men get ail the blame for I the umpire's decision. ' '  An old Cambridge stMke, who distim t-ly heard Ijoander'» prétest, ^aid, acconl-Ing to The Pnll Mall Gazette; "l am con-that «îiy Kngliah. crew . fatnlliar. with our rowing custom« would have r»-' turned to the starting-poat^ - T.t«4'orneU lera ánd their friends aro in no wise plensed tluVt, they wom the heat In this fashion. It is conceivable thatshould the ! Amerionns win the final heat, they w;!! not leave lienley before challenging  U- the oj.iy course oj>en to i them as gôÔïf'^^^iplîSSafciSid«^ college may. however, beat thèni." — "There ■ Is much discussion and excití ment at Henley over the incident, an/á a detertnliied effo« iii ^t^üR made "hy the Britishers, led by the Leandera, to place tho Cornoli orew in tlie wrong and pit the whole reripon.>;ibi'iuy for the outconTe upoix their shotihïers.  The Ijeaiiders ahd their «ympathliars ignore the^iecislon of thesr own umpire, which W ùpheld by the decision of the •tewards. The general cry„lai_-••Datnn 'AmeTlca and American«'."  Andrew S. White, a nephew of ex-Prc«. Men* Andww I>. Wfal»« ot Cornell, «aid to a npxewntatWe »of the press la lie-cardtot^tl^^  Itérait» In the K«*trnt,  New York ï-tat« I..-aKue(i.  The Kasier.'t a:id National and .^inte league gant:.ii yesterday resulted as follows:  At ■ R, H.. «.  Roch<'.-«îer..-,.. «Í » r, Î. û 0 í>—".:> '« Buff «le. ... >.! ! y 1* V U i O- 3 6 4 iiïid li»Tgfr; Wiuîbworîb  and D. ÍW...J: : :  ■ At T<)r-,.i;T'>~ • ' / , .R. H.  , .. ÍÍ y Í (-■ 0 s,r'a-M>_ a r¿ a-^ttfru-^-Unr.- l^ak.-; Dav, Künir and  Be^-; - ■ .  NATtOSJkS, Î.EA«riî.  -A-t-Pït t-unrg———.......- .................,»..  Piîtsbîirç. ,.., 0 "ö !> o o o. y -2— "i . 4 'l  B«.>-í»>n_________ »! y ti i> y ü O i> «i— aso  buttiTte-*—Hitrr.,c.!í!Í U-«; Nm-íí-jís., Dulars aad Ht;íis  .S"C>r;tti --, ' ' - K. U. C.  Pitt.'-burg.. « ä. O V .1 Ü y. î í) Η'l'u "6  BoAton.....« » « ©;».» i 1» ! O— a 5 I  Batt«ne-<~H'.»wIrj aatìí>uu'den; NieUol-í and,¡ Ry-w. At  CîevfÎAruî , ..-. I 2 i' 0 PhU.'ídeiphi» . íj ti ■ i> O lkitteri.»íí--\Vai;a.>j!. ímú and Bxickiev, At Clilc.iec~  ChicaKW_______ »'y ':r li'i)  New York____O » Ì ii n' X) O ü si— 1 í» 2  BHtt«<rití:*—iirinUh s»a4 Kitìrsùgi*; líu.>ie and Farrí'U.  At ttne:iínaíi~ r. n. E.  CiBrtnnat:....,. iíO tïô (fd (í 4'1 o Ó l—rt 7 2, Bnw.)kí> n...,. \ £ O e «» M v 0 y Ô íl 4  ■ Batteri»-.—I>A-v,.r ,u?d .Mur^iliv: íáltui and Daily.  îjeci>."id t.-ta-i'.ij— It. H. %.  ftnoinunrt........ £s ó .S O S î.»—Ui:> Z  Bn»:>kl.vn....... î ' v 3 ' i' 0 « i— n s " ó  Batîtfrica—iîbîîi--- a.:rd V.-iSi^Ua; l»uub asid Grîïu,  Aï î^t. l.'iui^— ■ H- u r. ■  8t. I.<mî.s...... l : ..• f 0 i.'- 0 y 0 ^t 0 I— Ö II 4  Baîtiracrf. . : >■ ■> 1 u 0 o i}— 4 10 4  B-hîSî l'.r> ;:< :.!i Utt.<n; E^pt r,  "danger" asrauist the following train. Only the tnUnrnvn wert» uFtir. The Pullman in the irar w;v8, wrapjH^d In aUenco and the sh>e{KT(i wi-rv not iiware of .tlse terrible fate tSmt was rn«hfng upt-in thetiu Hiiddftily th; »-econd «¡etion, which had passed thè s«ns:^},horeai iuH- sj)eed, dashed Ulto the rear pullman of the first fit>ctli>n. Tile engine emtHMÌdwi itserf in the sUvp* r, and tiio latter piungM'forward and partially telescoped the car'n »xt in fnint.  hfe and tho Uves t.f hi« faniUy, but his entrc'aties were nnhceded and they mad? him back tip into a fKimer eo they conid shoot him without dacger to hi« wife and danghters.  The leader dclil»crtit«ly count<&d iO, and then five of tho men fired at the old man. One ball struck him in the wri«^ another Sn the al^Joniea and & third in' the groin.. The m*n. then loft the bouse, taking-with thcin a bc»y wh.- worked us» HowE<in'« Every berth in the sUeiH;r%vasoccupied, i and liiany of the ot-cupant» were ki.Ifd «.s j They carried him to a v.-»cftnt buUding tht»y hers awoke to their horrilio ! fti'ii fasten«^-! hiiu up. i- '.hnp him thfy  siirrf>undinfrs maimed, btec-ding and \ wuuM k.ll h;m it Ue.atu-iupiid 10 t^omv.-brulwd, ooiisicjiiij.^ of little else but I agony-ihal.racked them.  H. H. %.  .0 2' ! 9 ri s a î 0 0— 8 U'Ç. »tis-.or; Tay lür  Clarkiioa aii-ì H -b.:.-  SrATS LEAGCfi. '  At Atnstt-rdnni— Amsterdam-, 1 ^ ^ 0 0 e 0 0 Bchenectady- i> t» n 1 ¡i u 0 llitTen«—L.tthr'-.p aa,l Sh-s-itt. aod Zinntm. __^  A»bttry Cjde Meet. ASiiUJty Paììk, N. J-, July lO.—Every Incoming train brings ."wheelmen and this plaoi is almost full of them now. There was a piurade iti which many of the representatives took part. The parade uum-bereti 610 wheelmen and 64 women.  The l)«nver wheehuen were' awarded first prize, a ¿ilk banner, for Ix st dressed and biggest showing, and 6©opnd prize banner for greatest number In linei The Petiia wheelmen of Philadelphia got' the thlid prixe bii^nner. for, the seoond largest number in lihe and the Keystone of Pittsburg fourth banner for the third largest nutiifcer in line. The Dehrer wheelmen  looked exceedingly fine, all In white duck.  :----- ^  Trotttos at Binsbamton.  Binwh.vmtox, N. Y., July 10.—The first day'« racing at the Binghamton Driving park passed oil yuietly. There was abso-luudy no poolselUng or Kaokmaking, and every race w.is won purely upon its merit«.  The class, trotting, Vras postponed. In the 2:40 class, trotting, Itaara J won. Two heats wero taken by Woburn. The U>6t time being made by W  biirn: iKrectS^ii son y^ta thtrd; - - -. 'i'he 2:13 cla«$, paolng, was taken bv n»iio,'l*.itasc^aha Itenamore 8 Patnscò made the l>est time, Srli»'^.  It was a ti.rrible ¥.wne. The cries and , . n)«»»».- of the Wijunded and dying píí-r^'í! ' the a'r on ali sides whiie, aa acñncpy tLat { served as a veil to the tragedy, ili'c .sronm from the shatit red engine ro?w5 In cIij'.uIs ' that lilindi'd ail. observation far the time ^ being,' '  The re.ason why 'îhe-sccpnd set-tion d'd ' not observe thtf danger signal wUi j>roV=-i- ' bly never bi^ known, ns both the i-iiçir.K-i-î J nnd flremiin were kiUed, It Is lîelievei. i however, that theergineer, McCU'fd. hsid | fallen asleep, at his post. No other ts ! pianation iseeni«' possible,, as there. evi- | dentiy had be«>n ho attemp^^ st;>p lì,«.- : speed of the on-rushing train. »HiZIIII i  Following is a full corrected list oí i::,e dead: ;  CliAr.LES Bedabd, mall clerk, il ch-ntond.  MiW ■BEPánn.-.Rlchmotrd-■ Hectcî; iSIcLt.5>t!, engineer, îii^ !i:u-jti-.1. RichaîU) L Perkins, ürenu^n. Richmond.  Rev. ,7. L MkkC, Richmond. . REV. F. P. I>i«N av, '^Vindsor Milla Mk-CtHiAN", Richmond. .Msss M.\i.i>-. St. Joseph de T,.íví-. - Phan-KCK, St. Jíjseph de L-V.i.  .1. B Caveh, Danville. Misi- i>ELVc«>rr.iK, ShefTorti. Avnt of .Mìsà VaUN, St. Joseph de  John- O'Faf.kkiï,, Capîeîon. The injured number abv.mt 2,5, two or. throe of wliom may die. - The work of rescue was Inigun as soon as possible.^  When thè bUndlnír clouds of steam had eubsided the trainmen and priest» rallied thè men together and the dead and injured were taken from the ruins of the engine, Pullm.-tn and ilrstolass co.ichea and cared lor wherover tHftnporary quarter« oould be fou«}L  Th» women .of.tho |>ariy miniistere'd as best they e^uld to the %vant.s of the miiiiu-ed pilgrims. They tore off their under-  ä l>efore dayl'.glir.  Une of the wom-^n w.a- V>adiy frisiit-pned. that she. wa^uttr-ny pr^^iruted, aud her-death Is lowked ii>r.  There la r¡"i the-^-ry a.« î<-i th-:- caiise of t'.n» 'mf^Vs íic-úi<n. Ttio iiowti.'u'fc wurequit-í, inoffensive p-.-.-ple a::il ¿t^H-d wtU iis thu community.  The lîherîtT and a with the c<^ur.ty  attorney bave ^v.r.e io the sx'ne oí the doable murdi-r ',0 niaki- a tLiiruu^th In-Vi>tlgatioìi, and' It ié D», llevad that thi» iiiurdcrer« wUl ap:<ri ir'.>.-ridc.l.  clothing and made bandages for the gap^ Ing wounds and tried in the atsifní» of enough medical aid to" go ruund, t-o staitnch the flow of blood and properly pleanse the hurts.  Word was kmh to Montre vl "a^d. orders from there wore sent lo l-evis'to send, out a force of doctors !r<im t^ueLvc to aii-nd  10 the woutided and a forcc c£ men to olear up the track.  The siK'cial tr;i;n from tñerv re.nclü-d hero at an eariy hour and all of th.-wounded that could Iv mv>ved%vere plac-.-d  011 board a c»r and sent eajJt to Levm, where th»y wore o.ired for in the hospital.  It is hard to «.ay where the blaiuo for the acc:dent re«««. It has Iteen that Eutftnoor Mcl^'od mighs h.-vve dozed off to shvp and thus mls^vd stvin^; tí:e  semaphore »ind va» uncuMsoiou^ ui hü  ____________________  Indivd, tiiip Wuu.d Rceui lo be the oííiy theory that can bi* advance^S-.-l^ut snvcsf gaiiott will Iv he'.d at once lo d«>-Itrminc whort> the responsibilvty  iSînTBeftt AtLickjê. lUpuivKd.  Havav.a., .Î!:.y — Tiia íusurgcní^ have îïïiîde thn-».* uir.»rt tiu-ant t^-wn ¡if Cascorro, :n the j-.ro-incc of Pueru. I'riiiL-ijx-. 1 ¡ e garrison, consisî-jng iU' toidicr.'i Ä:.'it5'..>:jed îa a small iort, a heridc deîeîiàe and repelled the insurgent« uï'on f.'jch occasion. Iti"!, wild ti-»i,t- the latt^^r wrre commanded by .MiiXimo Goniex, who plundered two«îon»s and burned 14 hou^^s outr-ide tre town. Full ùftalis regarding this t-ngagcment have not yet bot.-« r. coiivu here. The in-surg.nits have b^ìri:« d tho t -wn of Sibiui-iou in tl;e pruvxnci- of '"'terto Prlnclit». The polirò hftve v.utier iV „ci^ti'-.u 10 men feUí'PiTíeti of havijig Ìm-o:; cngsgtîd in polii-leal coii<:drác;. ~. _  Treops Ordered JIoiiaiN.  HvstíNüTü.x, W. Va. Jti-:y Í0.—C.ap-taln LyoiiS '.bis city ha> ordered, ali the . troops' of. J SiC i^ecoad r^tìlmer.» t^ bo dis-îaissed tJRder in*rrt!ct.f>::s from the gov-ernor. No furtSicr trouble in the mining region Is anticipate.:!.  The cor,trait fetween . dii^-asa and health is as ' sliaxply ■ mstlíeíl. --aâ that, l^tween..'" ' darknes.s .and-[.iight. ' The ieritt^s .of tlisease. tnaks ■enjoj'ïnenî ■ oí Mfe.impossibie-'-.■and; perfect lieaîtlî tnakes •■ev-en g,. cotnnioa" p î acc existence . a brií^ht atni hripnv - Til? .tr-icit thir.i: is that  af It is, .Nire-Ítiííhs. cf h  [•île Turned î  Cambrl.lK« Accept« Vale"« Cballeag».  1.0MK>N, July 10.—At a mtíetlng of the | Cambridge I'niversity Athletic club rep-rcfeentative«. Mr, Jackson of Hertfo^  I jipg witih.Yaiela.AwerJea, áiid to offiolally accept Yale's counter c) lenge, subject to ail the preliminaries ing sati«facto.nly arranged.  . Fainoiu r*c«r Die«..  ISDîAîi.vrvîijs, July U>.—Klstel's Dalla*. 2:10"%. the famous p.aoôr. is dead. The m are w;a(^orijä.lnftll5:-P «rjîhaâ(ed._by. Ktesul tort^OQÍ 'and In four season« won t^O.tSxT  In ptMKea. . .......—---—--  » atarket *ier Petrolaum.  Santiago m Cîïba, July io —Thi« port hMbeen t^wiMd for th« Importation M pwtiraìww '  Cordage C<-n\f>«n>'s AOTsir».  Nkw Von?.. July i-i-T.he ÌMìiahi-Uì^r.-« protective c«iminitîev of the Tn-.tef;  oomnatiy '«et and decided to  ? ^í&íñspáitf; fettine f-.Tth that the ci>mmítttNí> divs n. i apvit^v«. yi  be- i prvff'osed by thf reorg.tnir.it'.'n  mlttev and !>uggcsîing tî'.at anotí-í-r-p-.-i:; h© prcparvd and bi' presented to. the secnr-îty holders f-ra-ioptj.}» '  t-.i; «ïiibiiîîetl by vc-r>- simple rtriiK^l'.cs. K-.^-n that tno.<il"ùrci;iru! coti-  suniTJtion, .can be cure«! in -oS cases out of c/httn-ircd, If it treated in its early .«íaircíi t^iüi Dr, Pierce's Gcíáca Medical ,  li'^.^overy,  Cu5!.'i-.'.Kiï>lion is A cii-ea.?e caused ^by rnip:iriivoV the bît.H>.Î. tì;e ñrsi îhîtig t.« "î V .ii-ític in troatnieïit L'i to tna'Ke the jvire. ricts ar.d whWîesome.  Th.iî is "ïi.ifr the Kittle. The other hâîf  1 heaîincr- invigoraìiau tnçdi-  cï:::^^;. " Ooi-.!en IKäCOjr-:  o:v -vuvs both. ît f.rst pnts the .whoîe,-;  .cvs.teni into perfect onîer, tiás :t. oí .■::l-'iîr.'j:-.:riî:cs an^i-^iniitn.tlie yanti^a • so gainevî. reaches ¿Rit to every tìV-cr of Ou- bx>îy restore^ all to  "cct,vîK''i'r, , JJt" cures tnunv "diii^^ses.  spring,  frar-i a «et oí" ..-.-ittitnon c-iu^^à. .The sansc^  àt-^T^iT m.^v'îeisrî to iIîiTerral'syîBpîWia:  «■' lîtflerent ']x<»pîe-. \\llM isightbe «atìj il îtttîe-.itiilig.estion m.one ïitsos,..Bîay;.,  .wth & slsgM. .'coïà'vin..; n:itl resu!t"m consumption,. ; A iMt:  the saf^.' the i^nf^l'  England kW Wiu-^ d is «he onlmar>-diseases. Si* cents ta stamp»  . the .^t to  N« w Kngl^nd Itoad Si>id.  HauiìouÌ». Conn., .luiy b-.—The  New  Stat*» court to .loln YV Svmp-îtni. tomey reprt^sentinp The ot-mnnttt-e ori to-organlxatiun. Mr. t^iituwon bid There w«« no nej-ponf*» to the oail for et&Mr Ud» »0 the «ai« wa« doclttrwi.  sarv Medical Assodktion. Bwïîâîc^ K. V;, " " ' wiÎîbritïgaliKgçtâOFpa^lwok, îtocwa«' tAÎns T^tograpì» atid leite« fxmx Ima».... dfvás^bo W becîi cured  Wernsé. mm  ■JSk   

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