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VOL. LXVI.-N0. 283. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 18 9 9. -COPYRIGHT, 1899. By"thsUN PRINTINgTaND PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PMCE TWO CENTS"' 1 !JWKLVE NEW CARDINALS. rovE r.r.o uab ltEcwun ox the ttits JO 111! ELEVATED AT THE coxsisroitr. Appointment Will t'paet All Existing Com binations fur tlio Choice of lilt Succea , mir New Men Not Friendly tn tli Triple Allium r Itiimuolln In the Ascendant. Unity, May 21 It scorns that tlio secret Cnfstoiy Ih appointed for Juno lit and tlio public t onMstoiy for Juno '2'i. Tho Consistory 1 onr nf tlio most Important of tlio ccntury lt Is tln most decisive one of l.co XIII. 's reign. W lion tin1 dp'M.itlon for tlio ost was performed on tlio Holy I'atlicr. tlio German-Austrian-CMiirinal ntmt hold Its "Council of Pisa" to have i I oio of reaction come, out ot tlio com ing I 'lu'.ni', M ho Pope's Illness scorns to hnvo torn nvwo tliu laKt tells that colored tho con- I'liao Genu my hud oien sent to Homo tlio luttm agent, t lie m m who is In Italy called contemptuously tho "fntlgono." tlio man who dues tliu Work. 1 vet sltve IH'Vj this extraordinary scent of tlio allied Governments, this Montroud of l'i itiwt.int imperialism nnd tho reactionary rotnli'in of Italy, has boon preparing tho false Hup of tho Trlplo Alliance. Tho groups of v nbedii nee. German. Austrian. Hungarian, Vulriiiali-t. h..to received ordeis to conform to Ills net! m The embassies at Homo havo I lien iutiustcd tilth tlm secret also. To do- ' tnWi tho Papacy from Trance and Hussla, to V pii'paie the way for a reconciliation botuocn 1 "V ii t i un and Cuirinal. but. slnco tlio C.irdlnuls A c in hardb sign tho ubdlcatlon of tho II )l) See. I tu limit action pimlsioiially to the abolition of I tin elctt. ral "non cxpodit."to bror,k with tho I ilemneratiiMciiubliean and socialist tondonelos 1 of the Holy Fattier, to force tho highest moral , power of the world Into tho reactionary orbit of tlio Tilple Alliance; .uch is tho plan. tMilleI.eoXlll.xiui III the schomo wns dls- closed '1 lie iiiilKeieet participants hogged for fjffa votes nnd tildovorywhere. Trench In Trance, jf (Spanish lu Bpain, hero liberals, tliero con- J si natives. In spots oven democrats or icpub- lleans on the sly. tiior put on ovory mask, W ' plnjod every part, disturbed consciences, do- lv eclved minds, darkened tho bright atmosphere , of tlio Church. I.. h I.eoXIII vvasontho watch: llko Hlcholiou, W I he took In tho immonslty of tlio machination B ,f Had not these stinnge. unbidden admlnlstrn- tors of the fortunes of tho Church repeated again and again In the vicinity of tlio Apostolic palace thnt tho Popo's death would bo a benefit, since this "end of n reign" marked tho culmi nating jiointof universal confusion? To-day this crlmo of Hum Is punished: with a strong and supplo arm Leo XIII. has again taken tho helm. Ho is going to say to those ,, about him vvltli an eloiiuent smllo: "The Car dinals havo mado read) for the Conclare, wo iv ill preparo the Consistory " Horo It Is. It Is Impressive. The HolyTa- thor will ereato in It twelve Cardinals: Mgr. CIaea. .Secretary of tho Propaganda. Jlgr Mathlou. Archbishop of Toulouse. Mgr. Mlssla, Archbishop of Gdrltz. Mcr. Casanova, Arcliblshop of Santiago la Chill. Mgr. Hlcholmy, Archbishop of Turin. Mcr. Portanova, Arcliblshop of Hcgglo In Calabria. I 4 Mgr. Franciea-Nat.i ill Bontlf. Archbishop of Catania and Aiostolic .Nuncio at Madrid. ti -Mcr. Casall del Drago. Patriarch of Constan- ) t.noplo and Vicegerent of Home. vtf Mcr. Cnssntta. Patriarch of Antloch, Assos- 7 7 for of tho Holy Inquisition. L" Tathei Vivos do I.lovanra. a Spanish Capu- W ' chin, Dednitorof hisonler and Consultor for Jt several Iloman Congregations i Tather Cormier, a French Dominican, Pro- H curator-General of Ills order at Home. I it li tin" e-ceei Hon of Mgr Missln, It will bn B ni'tlceil that tin now Cardinal can be considered q. oheilieit to tho Trlplo Alliance They aro all '. " I.i'O 'anil "Hmnpolla" men Most of tliom aro fj ddcrmlliod peisonal frleii'loof tho illustrious ' Heeretnry of State 1 he CiHrmin-Qiilrinal fac- tlin s nks to tlio nnk of u very small minority At the Inst moment thorn will bo a stampedo In ,. the mrty of leaetinii We shall hen Tt bother, l.Wo M. t'lnrlos Uitpuy, they will try to shift their muskets to tho other shoulder. If Cardl n.il I!ampolladoe noteaio to present himself us i candidate, hi" Issuio of having his candi d ite elected V few Italians and a few Germans will not count. It will be noticed that in thli largo Imteh two Fionehmon nrn lu the first rank; 1 1 moo will thrieforo havo nine votes in the Com lave Among tho now Cardinals t-'i'iie aie diplomats llko Mgi Xavaill Hontlfe. others wiilers ami learned men llko Mgr Mathim nud tlm Sp-inish Capuchin filar: otlieis lioly men. hkn Mgr Cass.-tla. Ac. Thoy I will iindoiib'c'lly hold the i!eci'v votes. Mgr. Matlneii.asii IVeiieh Cardlnilof tlioCuiia, is the mot Import, int appointment lie will ho rrt. the C irillml d'Ossat of tho Third llepnlille and VJ of Leo XIII Active nnd tactful, he will bo tho ceutro of all tho Cnrillnals "iinjeet to povvcis, opposed to tho Qiilrinal anil to tho Germans i In tho second half of the seventeenth century aidlnnl d Itet, wltli Caidlual Agno7?l, " inadi'" the Popes of tho period llko mission has fnllen to fgr Mnthleu, who will havo no trouble In working togethor J . w.th tho Cardinal gi.07l of the day. I I Innomivato. ' a moius rii'Esm i. Ai.ttui. . Utr. Lliontnnnil Lord SnIMitirj Snhl to Have Itenthed nn Agri euii"iit. .Vpfti it Cable lieipalch to The Hcs. London, Juno 0 It is believed now that i there Is little eanseSfor apprehension as to tho settlement of a modus Vivendi In tho Alaskan boundary mattor Tho hubjeet of Piramld Harbor was settled some time ago, and nfter the arrangement arrived at on Tuesil iy In re- gnrdtu Dalton's '1 rill only a lew minor points V remained to bo ele nod up. 1 The locitionof tlio Indian village nf Klukwnn I was the principal illlllculty. and Ambassadoi ChOiiteanil Lorilhalishuryli.ivo since conferred in reirnrd to It. Thoy met ut tho Drawing lloom this aftei noon nnd tlio matter was set- tied, Fnvlanil pinhahly conceding the Wlilto nnd I hllkoot mouiitainx. Tho delimitation Is nut expected to be difficult Wahhinhios, Juuoii No offlclal news has been received hem to justilv the eoncliisiou thit the nn allurement of a modus vlvemll In ie- , ennl to tlm Alaska boundary dispute Is ns. mired, but tlio Government Is ery hopeful that the agreement reached in I.omloii between 1 3 out Mihsbury anil Ambassailor ( hoiitn will 9UB beailhered to ('inula Is still tlm uncc-tnln 94 B ouiintitvin tho uegotintions, nnd on what the & 'J Pomlnion (lovornment has to snv will depend i nndjustment of tlio omhariasslng "inestlun nt this time Tlio authorities lieie, however. will be very much surprised and chagrined if ( anada does not accept tlie p'nu of temporary settl" mnnt Should the Iiinulnlon (internment Interimso "-adlenl ohioetiiins. oi. lu fact, nny objections, thorn n) In. good gmiinil It Is contended, for accusing it of a lack of good faith The on!) possibility of a fuitlier bitch Is be lleted to bo reduced solely to the "inestlon of the nearness of the provisional hnundnrv to tho It dl.in tillage of Ivliikwan ('niiuda hasfnught for a port on tidewater, but has Icon stionu onsly opposed in this bv th rnllod SintcH. The Hnn which has been accepted by Great 1 Ilrilaln, subject to ('nn.iila'H anprovnl. runs a little to the noitli of Klukwnn and Is about llf tei ii miles nbovo l'yiamld Harbor, tho ond of tlilowator nitbop Vli Domicll Orders I'rnyprs fin Itnln, Ilishop JIcDonnell has sent a letter to all tho lastorsof tlio Ilrookl)ii Catholic ilio-ese, in ftiui tlug them to havo special pt.ivors said at the masses to-day and the two follow lug "lays for an abundant simply ot lain The Ill-Imp has rscelved letli rs fimu niiiivnf tho Loni; Island pastots urging lilui to do this The 'hnnirs Are er 51 il It Mole di Than iivoialie fur filling -our hntd i r Ixunlin: Aw b ut xrith iti'lrulile iiati'iim. ir von place yuur u SdlCltillll.-lll lllESIN SlulllUIUi .li'r L Titoorn to auAtm i.ovrrt, Finns to Prerent Disturbances nt I.onr rlinmps To-Morroir. Uncial CMi l)ttatc to Tnc Bit. PAnis, Juno )), Tho oxpocted so seldom hap pens hero that It is difficult to place confidence In tho almost unlvorsal predictions of disturb ance nt Longchanips on Sunday. Moreovor, tho Government's preparations aro on a scale that ought to sufllco to overawo the most reck, less hothond of any faction. l'rlmo Minister Dupuy, M. Blanc, Trofect of rollcc, nnd other officials drovo to-day to Long champs over tho routo that Prosldent Loubot will tnko on Hundny, stopidne at many placet te discuss tho lasting of forces. The arrangements, ns statoil this evening, include sijuads of pollen at short Intervals from the Palace of tho lilysee to the entranco to tho Hols do Boulogne and thence to tho racecourse. The police tt III bo strengthened by mounted Itepubllcan guards, whllo nt various vantage points In tho wood soldiers will bo stationed, rendy to appear at a moment's notice. Beneath tho grand stand, which was In spected to-day by military engineer onicors, several companlos of Infantry will bo undor arms. Tho way through the paddock fiom tho President's cnrrlago to thcstalrcaso by which tho Presidential box is reached will bo lined with Republican Guards with llxed bayonots. Outside the enclosure ciiually imposing measures will bo taken. Including tho placing of catalry so that they can charge along the course If necessary. Altogether tho rnco for the Grand TrU de Paris is likely to bo deprived ot a great deal of its usual brilliancy, ns It Is bellovod that many fashloimblo people, especially women, will not attend Tho fashionable tradesmen are grumbling loudly, some of tho favorite eostumers In the Huo do la Pal declaring that It Is tho worst Grand Prix weok thoy havo ever known Attempts havo been mado In certain quarters to Induco owners to w ithdiaw tholr horses lest they bo Injured In tlio disturbances that are expected to occur. Tho newspaper Paris ''port is rosponslhlo lor tho statement thnt this will bo done, but tho statement cannot bo confirmed. If any trouble does occur it Is less likely to nrlso from nn attack on President Loubet than from a conlllct between tho Socialist and othor groups, who are atowedlv going to Longchanips to aggressively acclaim the Pres ident, and the Nationalist nnd lioynllst fac tions, whoso rallying cry will bo "Vive l'Armre." The newspapors ssy that M. Blanc, Prefect ot Police, has authorlrcd the reopening of the Automobllo Club, which was closed by the Government because of tho connection of some of Its mombers with the Autoull demonstra tion. Tho Mnv or of Domont, who refused to allow tho posters containing the decision of tho Court of Cassation In tho Dreyfus case to bo used in his district, has been suspended from ofllco for a month. The royalist, nationalist, socialist nnd labor leaders are buying a great many grandstand tickets to the racecourse, and It Is possible nnd even probable that an enormous number of tickets havo been retained by tho police. Tho workmen's clubs are going in force, and one grande dame has distributed 1,200 tickets among the poor royalists Willi reference to the rofusal of two Mayors t o rost tho judgment of the Courtof Cassation, It is pointed out that .'Vi.MiH other Mayors throughout tho country did not object to do ing so. nnvrruff.s liouEirAitn .rovnxEr. The Cruiser Sfnx Hnllevnd to Hare Stnrted with Illm from Devil's Islnmt. Itpmol Cable Dnrat-y li The Scs, Tams, Juno 0 Tho cruiser Sfax. being un able to approach Devil's Islnnd to take olT Dreyfus, tho despatch boat C.oeland left Ca)enne yesterday afternoon for tint purpose The latter vessel took DroTus aboard nnd later transferred him to the cruiser The de parture of tho Hfax Ms not been reported, but she Is supposed to hive sall'd for Tianco to-day. tor., picor inr set vitEK o V.x Iteiucnt ( rented In I'nrlt Iit the I.lb rrntlnii of Dreyfus's Defender, tvrna' Calle litivntcl. to Tun 8rv rAnts, June It -Col Piciiuart. tho defender ot DrnyfiiH.ttns released from imprisonment pro visionally to-dny He left Immediately for Vlllo d'Avray. in tho Department of helne-et-Olse. His liberation created no excitement. oiuKCT.t to ar.tiM t,vri l-uncuAsr. Jnpnn'i Pro! rut igninut Snnln' DIspoMtlon of the Cnrnllno IslnmU. Fprfial Call Petpa'rh to Thf Scm. IlEnitv, Juno l The .'icimrie HVi?i(i liulieZntiinHBuyi that Jatnn Is tho only Gov ernment tint lias objected to tho cession of the Caroline Islands to Gcriiinnv Mnny notes on the subject have been eclnnged between llei llu and Toklo (IKIIMANY SOT TO ni'V FEItVVVPO l'O The rumor of the proposed purchase bv Ger many of the Islnnd of Fernando Pols denied rrrrn ,tr i:ve ri.tr iioi.se .tFiitr.. fien. Colin Dashes In to Aroimo the Ten nnts and Helps Them Dovvnstnlrs John Mullen, the elevator bo7 of tho flvo storv building nt '-M0 Fifth avenue, smollod smoko vvhen ho reached tho fourth floor of tho building at K o'clock last night, and hn lost no tlmo In reversing tho elovator powor nnd getting to tho streot Ho rusheil out of the building, )olling "Flro1 with all tho lung jiowor ho had Gen C H T. Collls, Mnvor Strong's Commissioner of Piiblle Aorks. hnpponed tn bo passing tho building vvliun Mullen rusheil out " Where Is the lire''" asked Gen Collls " On tho fourth floor, rear," replied Mullen, keening on running Gen. Collls dashed Into tho building nnd up the stairs The General Is not verv vouthfiif, but tho way ho got up tlm llrst long flight of htalrs would mnko mnny a vounger man hustle to keep pace with him Hn saw at a glanen that tlio second floor was vacant ami neenilod to the tlilnl floor veiling "Tire1" Before lie got half w a) upthn fourth flight a white woman and twocoioied servants appeared at the head of the stairs 1 hoy were fumbling around In the smoky hall war, nnd were so excited that they li.nl uv i dciiil) forgotten wherethe Milrnay began In n few bounds Gen Collls reached them and started them safdy on their way down Mairs I'lielr MTcams, addeil to the erics of several women on the second floor, stimu lated Gen Collls to giontcf efforts Jim rem part of tho fourth floor was nil nblie, but ho hastened to tho top floor. Ho soon satisfied himself that It was vacant, ami then bethought of his own Mfety. He took his time descending the stairs after ho hail pissed tho (onrtli floor, whom tho fire hid started, and rem hed the ntreet nono tho vvorso hut somewhat out i.f breath Tho llrcmen arrived hefme he got out of the build ing, and they soon ilr.igged threo HncHof huso up't lirs tollglit thoblae 1'ho voo hvork nnd ceilings of tho two tear looms mi the fourth floor nero blnlng vtheu the flroinen got to work. Th carpetH mid fur nMiinus o' the rooms helped the llio along Afli r much water had been pumped lido both rooms tlm men went to work with picks ami uxes cutting away burned vvoodwoik to mnko sure no flie lurked In ant of the eretfee When the) got through the floors of the two rooms vvero Piled high with chirred wood work The (lanugo to the building will " amount to Slitx) To the apartments , id Miss llnchel Thornborough. n dreshinnker, In tvho rooms the ill u stinted, the damage will In" $0IHI Minn Mars.tl veil pant of tho thud floor, whom Gi u Colli notified of the lire. suffiTod alow dollars' dam igo h water liter tlm flro had been extinguished (nn Collls complimented Deput) Clin f Gleiiuel mi ' the speed with which the llremen responded I totheiilatm Had It not hoe'i for their prompt in rival, (leu Collls Mild, the thren upper floors of tho building would havu beou burnccout. I A. J. CASSATT, PItKSIDUNT. IIE SUCCEEDS FEASU TUOStSOX AS the PEXXsrr.rAX.t's cirrKF. I.Ike Ills l'reileremnrs, He Is n I'rnctlcnl ltnllrond linn, nnd I. earned Ills Trade In Stionrillnnto Service on the ltnll rond of Which He Is Now the Henri. Pint Aprtrnu.' Juno 0. At n eneelal meet Ing of the Board of Directors of the Pennsyl vania llallroad Company this afternoon Alox nnder Johnson Cassatt was elected President to succeed the late Frank Thomson.nnd James McCiea of Pittsburg, now First Vice-President of the Ponneylvnnla Company, was e'ected to the Board ot Directors of the Penns)lyanln llnllrond Company to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Cassatt. The meet Ing of tho directors did not last more than lltteen minutes. Vice-President John P. Groen prcsldtd. After tho inciting Mr Green said that tho Presidency had been offered to him but Hint lis had declined It for tho reason that he did not feel llko taking at this time tho responsibilities of the place. There nro to be other changes lu the officials, but nothing dollnlte Is known )et. I'ptojes tenlay It was thought that K M Provost would succeed to tho Presidency, but there was considerable opposition to him and Mr Cnssettwns chosen In a sort of lonipromlse. Mr Pretostwas Mr. Cassatt'seindldnto Mr, Cnssatt was born lu Pittsburg. Pa.. Dec. H. IK.'1'.I. His father. Hobeit S. Cassatt. was for a numbet of years clotely identified villi the fltiauclal nnd Industrial inleiests of Wes'orn Pennsvlvnnln nnd was the llr-t Minor of Alle gheny City. Mr Cifsitt's primary education was received In the schools of Pittsburg, but whllo lie was yet a lid his father removed to Fnroro, nnd ho secured in the continental tchools not only an Intimate knowledge of modern Inngiingss, hut nlo tho iid.'nntnco of n llbeial course of stud) In tho university ut DnrmslaiP. I'pon his return !o America he entered the Hensficlaei Polvteohriie College at Trov, ,V V., finm nhleh Institution he was ;:rni1u itod In is"1 ins n civil engineer Immediately after Ills graduation Mr. Cas sntt accepted a place on the locution and con struction ot a railroad line in Georgia. Just befo-e the outbteak of the war he gav up his engagement In the South and settled In Phlh dclihi.i, hiving in isill been appointed a rod man on the Philadelphia division of the Penn Mlvaula llallroad. Twojcnrs Inter, a lieu ilia construction ot the Connecting Hallway, link ing the Petnisjlvanln to the Philadelphia and Tieutcn llallroad, was begun, he was assigned to the engineering coi ps engaged In tlia' work with the title of islstant engineer. ThenMI Ity shown lu this post attracted the notice of his superiors, and when. In 1151, tho I'ennsvl vanln nssumed coutrnl -f the Philadelphia nnd Frle llallroad Mr Cassatt was transferred to Itenovo nnd made resident engineer of the Middle Division Mr. Cassatt, alter setting for a short tlmo as superintendent of the Warren and Franklin Hallroail, was transferred. In April, !(!!, to Wllllamsport, with the title of superintendent ot motive power and machinery ot the Phila delphia anil F.rle Hailioad. For one )ear and a half he held this i lace, and in November. 1SII7, he was appointed 'o a llko pla-e on tho Pennsylvania llallroad, with headijuarters nt Altoonn. On April 1. INTO. Dr. I'dward 11 Williams, now a prominent member of the well-kncwn firm of Baldwin A Co . locomotive builders, resigned as general superintendent of the Pennsylvania, liallroad Mr. Cassatt was selected to succeed him. nnd snhsennentlv. upon the leasing of the tutted Itallroads of New Jero In December. lSTl.be was tn-iilo general munager of all tlio Penusvlvnnia Halt road lines east of Pittsburg and I rle. an ofllco of which no was tho llrd Incumbent This promotion necessitated tils transfer to Phila delphia. .fter the death of .1 Fdgar Thomson a reor ganization of tho likher officials became iieeessan. nnd Mr. Cassatt. on .tiilv 1, IMT4, was advanced to the place of Third Ice-President, which office lie lllled until June I. 1HMO. when, upon the re'ircment of Col Thomas t Scott, then President of tho lompaiiv. nnd tho accession to the ProMdencv if George 11. Hob (rts, he becmie First lce-l'reldenl In both tho Mee-l'resldentliil.posts Mr Casntt con tinned to display that high otdei of nbllltt which bid marked his career In ISS2 lie re tired to private life On Sept. l'J. lMM.1. he was fleeted a director ot the lcnnsvlvanla llsllrnad lompany to suc ceed tlm late Samuel M Fclton. and wis suli seiiuently appointed ( halrmau of tho llnad Committee On Feb. 17. IkhTi ho was elected President of tho New lml, Phil nlelphli ami Norfolk llallroad Ovnpativ. which ofllee ho continues to nil. In the st-rlng of IKl'l, when he p.-iiiei teil Intercontinental I'ailw.iv. to con nect North, Central and South Vmetlen. had received 'ho Indorsement of the I"teruntlonal Conference and boeomo existent President Harrison appointed .Mr, Cissnlt ono of the throe Commissioners on the part of the 1 nfteri Slates 1 pou the orginl7ntlnn of ilie mm mission he was unanlmo tsly elei ted Its Presi dent. In niUItlon to Ids rnilronl andotbet duties, Mr. Cassatt llnds tlmo to discharge (ho duties of Supervisor of Lower .Merlon .nwnshln, Montgomor) county. Pa , In vvhlih fnnushin he resides, Ilo w;ih first elected to this offipe In 1HM1, and lias been re-elected continuously cn-"h ye ir since tint time .Mr. Cnsntt Is a member of the Fnirmoiint Patk Coniinlsslon and Is Identllled with a num lior "t business enteiprisos As a member of the National Steeplechase sssoe'ntlnn. hewn at ouo tlmo a prominent llgnro on the Ameri can turf He Is president of the Merlon I'rleicet Cliilj nnd of the Associated Cricket ( lnbh of Philadelphia Ml Cdssntt's llrt niipenr.inee on the turf was In lssl. under tho name of Mr Kelso. wnlch he, h iwcvor. soon reliniinlshod for Ills own. Ho smceedod tho late Ml. ijeiirgs I. Lorlllard as Prosldnnt of the Monmouth Pirk Hoc Ing Asso-latlnn, being eleoted to that office June :itl, 1K.MI. In IKK) Mi Cassatt de termined to retire from actual rm Inc. nut", with the oxieptlon af Funis nnd '1 lie Il.n. I i.n Bold at auction nil his horses In training and also nil his )enrllngs Mr Cns-m dining his short stnv upon the turf, bid the i mud distinction of having won both tho great xprlug handicap' the Suburban with l.urus, the Brooklyn vvltli Tho Hard Lnt )eac Mr ,'assatt renewed his Interest In tho turf and resolved to continue his I-. terost in his licnutlfiil ( hesterbrook Stock Faun for the breeding of thoroughbreds, hackney nnd saddle hotses Tho Chester luonk's fnmoiis red, white nnd iduo lo'ors whio miliar on the tint twelve vears ago. About their List appearance wns when 1 he Hard won the llrnoklvn IPindloap in lHSN Other good In re tint he owned wro Tira gon. 1 irus ami Now or .Nevr Ills retire incut from the turf was ilue to legal ttoiibles connected with riclng during tho closing venis of old Monmouth Pit k He did not c ire to bo a O'tntel In nnv ontei'rlso which might he c 'hsi leteil vvhoiher justlv or not us t lolating tb" law. Mi Cass nt anil Id voupgest daiiuh ter Mls lisle nto fnmih u llgm at the Plillnilidphln nnd New nrk Im'se shows They nte loth exee'lont whin Mr Cis-.iit lilm self in tegiided ns one of the best foui-lu hind whips In tho (ountry ,iict ihi to ( iioi,i:ir rot;."ivr, Tlldgo llimenll Tells li lit feiidniit tt lure to Get Ills IliilllH. The American Llthogriph Compmt recently olitaliied a judgment for ( I ..T.'.'i '.' 1 in tlm city Court on delimit agtiinst John A. lllaii'oek, enrnago denier at LMUl Bioulway, nu n nolo and for services Hl.iurock movod to upon the default on tho ground that ho overlooked tho ease and had a good defence TI e motion en m n on I cfore Justice Hnscill. TieiiMin i of the I), nioctatle Club, who opene 1 thoi'efnult on condition that thoiosts, dls bur etui nts ami SherllT's fees bo paid ami Hint security In the amount of vj.ikki bo given to seeurniitiv ju Igntcnt which the eonipuiiv may hen altei secure The peculiar pirt of tlmonler Is that theile foml lilt must eithci ilcposit two $ I.IKKI bonds ot tho plalntilTeonipiiiy.wblcli he would pmli nbl) n iv dilllciiltv in getting, in court, oi givo a lion. I ol tho i'nltcil Suites j idelltv and Gum ant) I oiiip.inv to the amount of j'J.ouu It h unusiinl fni' a ludgo t d slgnnto m such n vne what lompaiiv is tn furnish the I ..mil, ntul It caused si inn, siuprisotolliidtlioCrokoreoin pall) so reuieuiboieil Nn More XA lulling Out tile Mnlnnch. (tlr" ratrrili sruteiljspri tin, tnttntinsl femirn latum iijuiutir) dmlri.t inlantiiin. lUarrli't-s .v. ' .vtuiians nitiiialiiptliit:aiii .'.' bestir at.,.S, V. itdr 1 i Air svnti:jiE ix ar.omiiA. Two Negroes Tried Legally nn Chancel of Aamiult One Convicted. Cr.DAitTovvK. On., Juno 0 Tho jury In tho enso of Grant Boll, charged with assaulting Mis, Husnn Lumpkin, returned n voidlct es teidayotnot guilty. Tho jury had beon out ovor twenty-eight hours and tho opinion pro tailed that n mistrial would result, Tho fnilute ot Mis Lumpkin to Identify positively the negro nt the tlmo of the assault proved the saltation of Gront Boll, Mnny now believe that n man nnmed Pollen Is tho perpetrator ot the crlmo. Bell camo near being lynched. Bvxikv. Ga JiineO-Wllhin ono hour after being placed on trial here to-day for nssault on Mrs. Vlcey Kdgerton tho negro, Will Abies, was convlctod nnd sentenced to bo hanged on Juno. '10, tho earliest dato tho law allows nfler sentence is passod. AirANTt, Ga, Juno (. Gov Candlor feols very much gintlllcd at tho triumph of tho law over mob tlolonco which has occurred In two eases In Georgia during this week, nnd ho Is hopeful that the supremacy ot tho law will put an end to tho wave of crime through which the State has been passing. (iitEtT ir.m.sioxEi rx v.tnntv. The Queen Urgent and the King Tuko ltefngn 111 n Gnrdener's Cottage. Special Ca,le Despatch to Tur Sns MtiiRin, Juno 11 A violent hailstorm oc curred hero this evening. Koino ot tlio haft Mones niensured nearly two cubic Inclios. Gardens were tttecked ami windows and roofs pierced. Telegraph wires woio broken and seternl I ersonsmid a number of animals were Injured. Tho Queen Hegent and Hie King woio walking In tlio palaeo garden nnd had to rush for shel ter ton uni lienor's cottage. rmiEi: cuntv mviurs r.rxcirED. Antonio (Inrrlii, Itoliher ( hlef, Ilnnged by ( ltlrens ftei Capture. fneeiul Cable Dciiiatth to Till' Srs. Stvmoo UK ft ih, June (t -Cnpt Hawkins lias repotted to Gin. Wood that Antonio Garcia, chief of tho bandits in the Holgitiu list i let, who was caput! cd by tho mini guards, has been selred by cltlcns nnd hanged Seven men belonging to Gnrda's band vol untarily fciu rendered to the rniales Gen, Wood h is Instructed ('apt. Haw Uns to accept no HiiirendeiH hcie.lftcr. but to capture tho bandits ns highwaymen or tniirderets. Two robbers were Ivnched by Cubans near Puerto Principe two dn)s ago At Socorro tc eetitl) six bandits were badly beaten by tho emplO)ocs of sugar estates, where they at tempted to commit robbery. rrnnrrxo aeovt sionoxo. Twcntvllvc Anieilean Soldiers Attacked by 300 Iiiiiugeuti. Ftectal Cahle Detval'h to Tim v Mamt.v, June 10 I! J" A M Twenty-five American soldiers wliowete engaged In recon noitring In tho fortified hills in tlio ticinltv of Morong )osterday were attacked by .'(0(1 of tho Insurgents Tho Americans fought their way home through tho eneniv and Inflkted severe losses on them Tho chief scout accompanying the Americans wns killed Flvo Insurgents were captured and taken to Morong. Tho eneniv Is very active Tho garrison cavalry and tho Notth Dakota Infantry ate cmploved In throwing up liitrenchments. MVltUEIl OH SfHWE. Chnrlea limit li of Mount crnon Mnj llnve Exploded Dlillliilte lu His Mouth. Moist Vfiisov, N. Y June i'-Chnrles lirati'h, a gardener who lived In n smnl' house on the John Mullen farm in Fleetwood, a suburb of this eltv, was found dead to-nUnt Ills head wns si badly mutilated that It has ben thought lie mnv have cunmllleil nilclde by i p'"rilng dvnamlto In his mouth Hut murder Is susp-cted His wife, who Is a laundress ami works in Mount ternon. found him when sln returned home about S o'clock lilng In tlm dnorvird SI'CMvsslin notiiiel John Adam, another girdeuer, vvlio l.ves near by Mrs Hrntcli md Adim are being held at the police Ktitlon (hlef Folov siy thnt their stories aro not ittlfnctoiv Tho wifo sa)s tint Adim (ami) along just as sho dlsioverod tho body Both of Uiem told the Chlof that thev had gone up and felt the forehead to see If Hra'oli was doid The Chief snvs that llrateh's forebe nl was entirely gone, and therefore their statements were untrue The polico nl.iee little credence In tho tlieoir of suicide. Thev oxpee" to nake another ar rest hofore morning The man tor whom they arc seirching Is n German named Louis Snbrl'ke !! Is a boas rnlntr bout ten I ivs ago whllo painting a fence near thn homo of thn murdered man lie had an altorc itlon w tli him ami struck him or tho arm with .i etiiti. Inflicting a painful wound, llrntch hml hubilskn nrtesteil foi nssinlt Thn case was tiled before Judge Sell it this morning, mid Subrlsko was illschnrged The police be lieve; It possible tlm the iinirrel may have something to do with the murder .ii ins iititir.it .ti- srt. Death of I I uteunnt-( oniiiiiuder Kellogg on the Augusta X ictorln. Lieutenant -Commander Wain wrlght Kellogg, I' S N , died on June :i on board tho Hamburg- nierlcnu Line steamship Augusta Me torin. which irrlveil nt this port last night from II unburn ll had been undergoing medical treatment nt Carlsbad Tliu cause of his death vv is heart failure His last reiiuest was thnt lie should be burled at set. soon tlm morning of June -I the Fnls copil Initial service was reid bv one of tlio ii issengers on thn ship, and the body was com mitted to thn deep Wainwrisrht Kellogg was born In Pennsvl vnula He entered thn N'nvil Academy In lsi!T and was griiduateil In lsuil) His flrsf service was on tlie Sabine in lSiili nnd 1HT, ami In the litter I ear he wns promoted to fho grniln of Fnsign Hn beenum master In 1H7L'. Lleuten nnt lu 1H7.1. and Lioutenaut-Coniinnnder in lMi7 Mr st turn rtois ro sri: moss. Oainr llnmiuei stein's Action Agalnat the 1,-ivv ver for blander. Ill an nelion brought by Oscar Hammersteln to recover $."0.01)0 ilnmnges from Frank Moss forHlnnder J list icoHe.iehot the Supreme Court has lirected Ilnni'neisteln to (He S-'.'Oas re curd) for costs The motion nn- mad" bi -cnusi Ilainnierstelii was iidjiplgoil n biuil nil t on April 10. and Innkri'pts are leiiulrtd to give security for costs Thecauseor nctlon arose while AIoss was a Police Commissioner A policeman was up Ih foin the coiiimissioiii'rs on tlio chnrge of un lawfully ar'iHiiua' an excise Iti.ipeetnr at tho ieiiiest of llamiiiorsteln In the Olvmpla It h. nllegeil tiint Moss said nt the tlmo that a pit. Ilceiinii should not take orders from an out sider "itch ns Ilnminer-toin, who was conduct ing n dtsutilerly lions I nviirlle .Netoiiapi r of ale Sladeiils, Xrvv IlAt)s, (onu, .Iiinn 0 -The senior elissboo', foi the acadeinlc department of Val.t l'nltersity came out to-dav It eontnlns thn i lass st.itistles On,, of (lie questions put to each senior was which wis his " fnvorito met iiiP'ilita' u" spnpei ' The volo stoml sin, II'.. Ilii-nll 41; i;fiittm r. IH; 'iine. II The In." k " Meaning the statistics of tho I aw ,s. hool seniors has just been published 'I ho voti for " tin' greatoit metiojiolltan ni'wspii. P'T' Was SfN. fill; llnnhl, 1'.'; Vmies, 4; F.iiiiinij )is,iml I'nlin ,(.. :i inch M... Itiikaell llindlord 1011 Venrs Old. CtMnr.HHii., Mnss, Juno ft -Mrs Ilusseli Bradrordof Cambridge had hor lOUHi birth day ntinlversarr to-day. Owing to her feeble condition there was no formal celebration. I p ton tear ago hbe was in excellent health, but hIiii e tb it time her strength has been lading Mis I'.riulfoiil wns born in Boston In 17H.I, tho il.iuglitoi of Isi.'in nnd Maryltusso'l Winslow. The New " Snmlncn I.tnittrd " of the New York (rntral the mnt luxiirlnns and 1 1 gain siiininir renrt train ever placed in aervlce- I. nuko liaiirit tripat ailol", M Eatnrdsr, Juna i'4lll-d"l. j JEFFRIES WINS. Fitzsiinraons Defeated (or tie Cliaiiipioiisliip, IT WAS A COMPLETE KNOCK-OUT. Tlio R.i.1 CiiniR in Ilie EIp.piiiIi Round, (iienteit Itlnc Itntlle Seen In Ileeent Vents JKnila In n Total Surprise The Young California!! Giant Scores n Clean Knoik Out In the Klercnth Hnund-J'lti la Floored In the Second nnd Twice In the Tenth-New Heavyweight Stnr Vacs Ills Left Almost Kxrlualrely.nnd After Pound lug His Nival Intn Ilelpleaanraa XX hips Ilia ltlsht Aernia-Ttae Derisive Illmr I.auila Muah on thn Point of the .Inrr i'hlef of Police Detery Present, hut Dora Jvot Intel fere-Tlin llrtllng nud Views on the Ueanlt (.rent Crowd Cheera Xlrtor. James Jeffries, the gigantic Cnllfotnlnn, Is champion heat) weight pugilist of thowoild Last night, in tlm arena of tho Cone) Island Sporting Club, this modem Hercules knocked out the hitherto lncnmpaia. bio Hubert Flls'sliuinons. whoso victories In tho past several )e.irs havo mado him famous tho world ovor There was no lluko nb'iiit this victory, for It was clean-tut mill painfully decisive Fltsiiumons was out weighed ami outmatched JelTiles showed that while In i hysliiue be Is the biggest and heaviest pugilist In the world lo-dnv, he Is ono ot the cleverest und one of tho fastest. I'itrslmmons could not get to his man as often ns ho liked, and when ho did his grent puncher, had little or no efleit. Un landed nn tho jnvv repeatedly, but failed to make the big fellow lock, and his famous solnr plexus blow was nothing vv hen It lauded. JelTiles showed wonderful speed with his hilt hind It was tilth this glote that ho did tho most dnmnge, until in tlio eletentli lound bo hail l'itr going with it and then nut the tight hand across Tlio list blow was tho llrst that JelTiles tried with this band nud It did tho trick. It lauded flush upon tho isilnt of thejavv and knocked Fltzsliuinons Ir r.eiiblble The defeat of tho cliimpinn came as a thun derbolt from a clear sky Nobody looked for such a sudden ending, ami tho mere thought of I'ltyslmmotis I) Ing unconscious on tlio boards was too much for tho ex-eliamplon's hosts ot friends, who had lomn to the ringside and wagered their money upon him JelTiles was a surprise from the very mo ment ho put up his hands. Ho wns oul headed and looked so powerfully strong that rit7slmnions's friends appreciated tho fact that Hob had Ills hands full As soon ns Fit began lo bleed at tho nose, there was some expression of surprise When he wns knocked down in tlm second round wit li nj ill on the fine there wns morn wonderment, but In the tenth mind, when he wns prnotlcillv nut nnd managed to stiy tlio round tlitongh sheer pluck niid gallflies, tho crowd saw tho beginning ot the end JelTiies took advantage of his tench, and from the vety beginning of the tight stood 1 it? off vvltli bis left Thnt was the plan out lined by thn ( allfornlan a week ag He said at the time thnt ho would bo ublo to stall the ch, million off In this mnnner. and when the opening o.iinn ho would end the light with u right-hind swing nn tlie jaw I p to the tune of the knock-out last night Jeffries did not cut his rigid hnnd loosont long range for tlm jivv lie watched out carefully fur Fit7's books and kept away with religious cire He simply took his time, nnd with this power ful left of Ids swinging I'onstnntly In tlioCor nlshman's faco bo slowly hut surely bittored Bob's countenance until It looked like a bugo rosebud. Fllrslnimous showed bomid n doubt that ho Is one of the pluckiest lighters thnt over got Into a ring Though oier-mntchcd and hope lessly beaten In tho tenth lound, bo refused to sit down In his cornet during the minute ret, ntul cimo out foi tho last and fatal round icntli to take tlio medicine which he must hato known was coming to him Fltpslmmons forced tho light from the start. He looki'd bis man otcr nnd otldentl) thought he would ti In easily Jeffries looked so big Hint Bob probably expected him to bo ns slow as a eatt horso Aecoidlngly Fit started to feint lilm und try to mnko lilm look like n notice, with tho rcMtlt that he found out in a moment that JefTrlos wns a much eleterer pugilist tli in he hnd supposed Jeffries foucht wltli excellent judgment, keeping Ills head at all times, never losing his temper and following out a line of woik which ho had mapped out before ho hail entered tho ring When ho got down to real business bo showed that his remarkable pliyslijuo made it impossible for Fit? to seriously hurt lilm. Ho handled Fit, easily, nnd whenoter ho got Into a clinch ho pushed tho former champion oft as if ho was a lightweight Jeffrlcs's loft band was faster than thn average Ho worked It so rapidly Hi it nt tlinos Fit, w ho did not try to block It off, wns dared I n the very beginning of tho fight when, Fits' was sent to tho floor, tho crowd saw that Jeffries had the power Still, as tho toutuls went by, Fitsinimons was expected to get In one of his famous blows which hnd beaten so many noted lighters before One punch was looked for, but Hut punch, whllo It mat hato been delli ered, had no elTect. Fitslmmons bled profiiselv from tlio noso nt nti enrlv stage, hut that was nothing, ns hit, nowi lins always been sensitlte, but when he was staggering anil reeling ntul tottering lu the tenth l was a hoi.eles t.-tr-l. for him and eter)hody knew it Jeffl les hn I Ills le'l ni e ( ut, and bled const, 1 ernblt, hut there notei was a tlmo In tho light xx 1 1 f li he w.i. in serious trouble Fit.- winked lit lilm like a (lemon lu every round but tlm last two. Hn tried ever) known method of nttnek, nml Inmleil repeatedly. Hu got both hntiils to tho hig fel low's bod), but it was becked up with n piotoetlon of steel which caused Flu's blousto bound offas It his glotes wore niude of rubbei. In short, JelTrles, while reasonably clotcr In defenslio work, showed n wonderful amount otubllit) to tnko punishment without showing lis effects I xperts who sat at tho ringside ail mil Jeffries took blows from Fit, that would bate beaten an ordinary heavy, weight in quick order. This Ability was what helped to beat Fltrslrimons. for when ho found thnt ho could not affect tho giant with his punches, he began to tire from the effects of his work Jeffries was cautious to the end. There was just one period tt hen he cut loose, but as soon as he round that Fit?, was still dangerous, helot up. Hefmiglit tho Conilhlininnnt long intige al most cntlruly.nnd when the end come ho did not rush in close. 1 ut fired thelott at Bob's bend from n rather distant point, following Willi tho right, which was a round arm swing delivered nt full length sijiinicly on the vital spot. It was nn uneven nintcli di more souses of Hie word than ono. Woight Inld ami lobbed Fllrsliumons of n well-earned tide. Tlio winner was entitled to what ho got, for he made a superb show Ing in tho faco of public opinion nml n man who was thought to bo luvine.h'.o. It was the old storyoftho pitcher. I Itz tried once too often nnd lost. He Is Mill a great light" r nml cm boat a lot of big men. but he can notoi ilofe.it Jeffries, who Is, in the est limit Ion of eioty ring follower who saw lilm last night, a wonileifiil pugilist Jeffries took the tlctory in a modest way He Is a big. fiood-natured follow, ami iciiilinl one ofHullltnn when he II i -.t enmo out Ho Is a toung man ami bus tho gooi fortune to begin by bentlng a champion Ji ITrlcs Is not a man who will shirk n light lu future, ntul will meet rid body IhEltlie world, ho rm)s, who may want to light lilm for tho championship Tho Cormsh man was luokcn heat toil last night nml would scarcely unswer a "iiicsiioii put to him by Ids most Intlmnto ft lends lie n nllcd ill mistake in tackling tlio big tinilerniiikor. but blamed nobody ami took his ilefeat liken mini Tho expected Interteiiuno fiotu Chief of Polico Deti i) did not ocuii. I'ho ( hlef sit nt tlio llngslile and watched the men Indulge In hard icuubes nil Dm way through until tlm tenth lound. when .bdrrles hid lit, groggy and bleeding upon the floor At Hint point Dotoi) juinpeilu it ot bis seat and wutod Ills arms, but when tlio bell tang ending the round lio rat down again and made no fnilhet elToit to slop tho light. The Chief infused to talk oi sny win bo did not mnko good tlio tlm nt of three days ngo which caused so much specula tion ns to the oatcome of the contest It ttas tliu general opinion Hint Detoiy showed good ouso In not making n scene, sis tho politicians In Ilrookliu wore piopited to mnko a gtcnt lioivl If this light waslnati) wav Inteifored with There was no disorder in tlm building, and n crowd of tunrlr lo.tiuo people was handled lu admirable t)lc When the dicl!iv blow was landed there was some lonfiislon in the nng caused l) men who persisted in jumping Ihiough tho ropes and shaking hands with tho victor The fickleness of tho pihtio was we'l illustrated nt tills time Jeffries ivn mobbed with men who tried to kiss nnd hug him. while Fltslmmons. who a few mo ments before bad been lIilcioiI enthusiasti cally, ttas ignored The champion wns embraced by Jim Corbet!, whom I itraimmnns put In sleep lu Carson City with a blow nn tlio solal plexus Coiliett was a Jef. flies enthusiast from tlio Matt nnd won a bundle of mope) on tho vie toiy 'I ho Culifoinlan was Corbett's spatrlng piitnei while the latter was Gaining for thn Cat sou ( it) encounter, ami ' Geiitlem m Jim" Piob.ibly got a fair line on tho big fellow at that tini" It is now clear thai Cotbett know what ho was nbnut when he told over) body that I It would bo beaten last night nml tint Biinly vv. ulil havu another champion of the world. 'llio fight was one of I lie fastest, (onshlei ing tlio weight. Hint bus evet boon tout In Ibis countr). There was no Addling or fussing In trying, no light ianlngof great length. and plenty of hard punching in every round There was no faking, although tho light was photographed, nnd nothing about the affair that could cast n blot upon thosiort. It was a well-contested, well ninu.iged nnd decisito fleht. nnd otor)lod who saw It was satisfied with tho result When Fit, left Hie ling ho walked to his dressing room ami at onco lay down on tho couch piovided for him He mado no reiuaik. but Julian burst into tears Fit.'3initnoiis looked a bioken-heiiitcd man. nud did not (.bingo tlm position hn bad mlnjiteilfor pcatl) a half hour His wife tool, a chair near the head of the i ouch and stroked his forehead gently. At midnight the fotmer champion was in tlio miiiio position, silent ami motionlc .s, his wife, silent and motionless iilso. Mill bv his side M l'J-10 o'clock File's Ir.ilners began to dicss him. ami shortly ntteiwanl ho left tlio c'ublioiisc. accompanied by bis wife. rttr. ro i-ic: . i tr. The Itivals Minkc Ilnnds, the Gong Sinimls mill the I Ight I (in. There was no palaver lu tho ring with the ret" roe, ntul vv lien all was ready the gong rang ami tlio men, after Hist shaking hands un dlall), went nt it. Hl'.ST Itot'SP. Jeffi les enme out of bis corner with n "Illu mined look nnd started to get to close t.inge Ho woikod with Ills hands u moment. Fit smiling und back ing awuy JctTriocamec!o-ci, but did not lead, I ltw iltlngnmlloul.lugut him eoollt.Tlie) spurred fur fill l a halt minute until 1 it? tried n lett which wont mot llio should, i lightly Jeffries, did not lotillate except with n very short left, vtbiili did not conio within lx Inches of the body Another left by .leffiies was so shoit that tliu crowd laughed The) weiespnrriug cautiously, npp.irenti) not anxious to get to business mi uulLkly Fit. Dually lau away from u eouplo of lends and enmc back grinning Jeffries tried another lott Fit7 lot It go past nml c a mo hut k wltli a lett on Hie neck The block, wns not par ticularly heat y, but a moment Inter Fltz throw his riglitaround hard, the blowgettlngnvei tlio hack of Jeftrles's ear. Fll. followed with a left which landed flush on tlio nose This blow was not hard enough, but It showed that Fit knew bow to get to tho big fellow lustlo Tho last half inlnuto fwis detotod to sparring, which wns wound up bv niinthet lend on tho Part of Fit 1 m noso and mouth, both blows be liu bard 1 Itr's lound. hi" OS1I 11(11 Ml They had not got dovvnloieal business, but Fit?, as soon as Hie gong sounded, i.iu out with a led on tho face Jeffries jmt In a heat) right on the bod) and tlm cioud jcllc.l with delight Fit.canio again with u left tvliU It flow atoutid Jims neck and Jim took u chance xx It li his light lot tlio bod) lu a clinch Jeffrie showed his great strength by pushing Fit. olT witii ease. Ho also surprised Bob wltli a left in tlm stomach nud two quick left-hand jabs that got to thn fate Fit trie 1 n lott swing for tlio bead, but it was well blocked, nud tliu crowd jelled Jeffries rushed poudoiouslv nnd I It clinched him, onl) to bo pushed to the ropes Jeffries scorned Jo be In good humor, foi ho smiled at Bob as tlm latter missed a swing Jvllncs tiled wllh Ills hdl now for the body and seemed to be a lilt anxious. it wis out of tho iva Willi light leg work, but .leifnos tanio lu ug.iin tilth a tight bniul pitiK.li on tlm jaw which sent Fit squarely to the flour Fit- jumped up nnd iuhod, swinging ttlld't, butbcforehocouliido.uijthliig.it nil the bell rang The knockdown so excited tho crowd that otorj body yelled llko mad. It tins u big surprise, and more Soto Fttr thanniDbod) else, immi itot'Mi. When Fit enmo up for tlio third his noso was bleeding. Jeffries landed a left Miuarely upon it nud tlio blood run down into Holm mouth Inn clinch Jeffries got sotno ot tho goro on his shoulder. Ho was cool und collect ed and got to close iiuartets, laiidlliB lift and rigid to tho stomach Kltrsininiouk looked worried, but rushed in with n left hook on tho jaw which staggered Jeffries fur at couple of I i seconds. Jeffries was very fast and seemed to Ian 1 his 'left nlmoit at will In Hob's face. lie kopt in a crouohlnn position, ami winked hard with both hands l'itr took his time, tried a lett for tho -j jaw. and was forced to clinch, its Jeffries ) lushed llkea tiger The lighting was of the holiest kind now, JelTrlos forcing It, until Flta 1 caught lilm with u hard light-linnder on tha thin it. Then Jeffries hacked away. Fltx foi- lowing with licit i swings ntul jolts which j landed on llm's In ml ntul mndc him tnko Hut ' defensive at the boll Ilil'llTII Itot'SP Tho llgli'ing s0 far was remarkably fst ' and Jeffries was a Pig Biirpil-o Fitz win ('early ami wed when ho came out ot hi I cot tier, although ho laughed. Ho tried , double sit ing and missed Jeffries liunlcd u tcii'.flc light which made Hob Inch -v, iiwuy Fit nunc again, lull JelTiles hwuiic i n left to tho holy mid got his nght j" mound on I ho eni A lic.ivv lolt landed ,U flush on Flu's i hook bono. Hob making; , I no letiiin. 'I'ln u lit:- tiled some llghr, hooks nml tilings, but JelTiles blocked tln-m ; or met them with little com crn Thn lj big fellow hoemcil to bo chioj.ug himself i ami wii i millili p.t to a fault, lie wat ," taking chillies, lulling loose with both li mils ami getting to close quarters 1 Its llii.illy caught lilm Willi a short left-hand ju'L on the point of the jaw, ami JelTncs wabbled; but Jim cniiio hn"k agilii with bis great strength und threw in the . uncles as fast in ho knew how It was a t . I r I IH- gait, and tliu ciowil litis howling. i lil'TH i.ni 1). JelTiies chatted p'cvihtlv w ilh his '"eonils before coining out of Ins loiuoi. lit stud , nothing I'd Mopped in it. th a uiiick left which Mit nj en Jeffries s lett eve iind mado the bio 1 1 inn iluwii his i lu'ek onto his breast I it? laughed at this and went In ii'Mln vvltli light ami left w inks foi the Intnl. Jofftiii w.i notth d and look the (lefcnrito a mo ment, but stood up again nml walloped Fit, on ghu jm ami mcr the honrt. Hob rusiicil hi mini to tho ropes ami put in n couple of MiliUH on I ho hc.nl .luflilcs tiled a itinl blow whuli Hob blocked nnd fl laughed lit Jim lauded a Tearful icft I nn tho nock which mado lit heid I wabble, but lit gut lu n pun, b lu r.'tuin which mado JelTries stop In his adtaiice. Tho pace was Mill last, Fit falling on his knoo in the :i t of lushing his man a mil lid tlio side ot the ring They came togelbei with great force, both lauding right-handers, and Jeffries wotked two lefts to tho faco which were foi lotted by n ten l.; tight band body punch fiom Fit, which mado tlio big fellow grunt audlbli sixth nofMi Fitsimmons would not sit down bctwoon the toiiiiils A the loll i.ing ho enmo to dose utinrteis nml landed n rlglit-hnnd swing on tlio oat. JelTrlos moved away slowly, apparently watting fur a ohnnce to got in one of his heavy swings, FIta forced tho lighting nml put a loft to tho stomach. Ho did not mnko n tory vlg (tons attack, but seemed to bo fooling his man out nnd stud) Ing lilm witii caie. Bob worked his left lightly in tho faco nnd then put in a he ivy blow that drew the blood fiom tho e)f again Jeffries put his blows In solidly, but be seemed to be getting n bit Blow, and as Fll?. caught lilm with a terrillo punch upon tho jaw bo cllnelii d hntd. Afterthoy broke uvvaj 1 It, cut loose nnd rained the blows upon JefTrtes's face A feniful lett tt out to his stom al h and Jeffries ey-untod again. Fltz was faster than chain lightning nml showed tho (lowd that ho had not begun lo fight Jeffries threw in punches ns haul ns ho could, but in respouse to I'teiy mm Fit gito lilm two, which wero filglitful In lorce and made tlio crowd simply wild wltli cm Iteiucnt. SI Vl.STII lot'Ml The light was one ot the fastest overseen between In ai) wo. glits. l'itr initio out nnd stood a moment, tthilo JelTiles tan around him Tin li he led wrh u left, Jeff lucking nivnj Jim ttb I a left for tho stomnch and Fit missing with his right got a lelt Into the nbs 1 itz waited a iiiomeii now nnd took a lelthandcr in tho libs JefTrlos led ng ilu, bit tho blow was pushed aside Mill ..liolhcr left fiom tliu big man landed on Hob's nose. Fit laughing Bob was watching now foru chatieotueuloh hinmim ami followod him el .scl aiouml iwosldcsoftba ting He put a shott h.mk on tliu jaw and JelTiies clinched nt the s.unu time, throwing hi entile Hi Ight u i t i 1 It Undid tills twico 111 two i Inn hi , and roeiued to bn getting tired. Fitgot lutoauetcliangi i f swings with tho bis fellow. Fit ducking two or time nud lauding twnor thieo lilm "'if I H ' w is faster lu every wat than Ins opionont ami seemed perfectly ntiase He put a iight-hiiuil ni or cut Into the stoma". It ami u Idl on the neck, both blows having tremendous lower Hi' uli nailed tliu e)o with a light ami split It open again Jot files was do ug his i et to stop tho ussault w Inn tlio hell suiuiiIcmI. I I. .11111 J. oi mi Jeffi 'es ..'luie nut of his c"inr looking puzzle I III kiitineil nud (time up to lilm i oiilldoiiilt He put a lelt on tho neck nml swing ii In nvy ng'it whuli got mound Hie pi e, .lelfrhs lud' I two lefts on 1 it s ni.i k ami tlmiuitid . le ered. Fit? then nssumed in augit look ami went in Willi n w lid rush He ut In a nup'.i ut I. dy blown ami whipped up a j u on tho neck which mule JelTncs reti" i' Jim, bowevei, came back in tune 'n tuut nn othcr rush with a left III? did rotuo hot jabbing now and tlio blood ponr-d '..un the ( nllfouilan's clnik JelTries seen, si s'ower thin cici before, but hu vm di el c.aine nml willing to light lie nislml In blindly lilui lull punched nml hilt 1 u-diod Fits ncalust the ri i's Fit for tli niomi nt ttas ilni'd, but as he lioumloil olT the ropi s ho iitshed with Hist a light, which mi-d, nud then a frightful left which caught tiling on theclieek bone nenr the cir. Hud till punch been three lm lies lower the light ivouM have been otor As It was, .leffile went to his cor nel with stai- In bis !) os MMII 1 llt'Vli Fit was mil ns usual hkengamcco"!- Ho wns so close that It tli in landed a left e isny on his fat e JelTries tia laughing now, and mixed it ns I'd hired tu ttithtlieluft Both got h- tno bent) swings, but Fit seemed to pick out tho marks with bettor judgment JelTries din i ,t get tlm power Into Ids punches that ho might Imii for tho reason that bo was coiutaiitl) gt tingawa) ns be punched. Ho put In two solid bod) blows, IniwoviT. but in spltoof thcmriU i ame ( lose ng.ilii nud punched him on tlie eye. JelTiies' lung lett was worked on tlie noso again for mm. Hood and tlio (loud howled in np pr val I'll.', stsll "'lose, re" oivod a lelt in tha I. i.e xx Iiic li w.i whipped luck again so fiercely that the blood pound out of Bob's noso ami mouth ami ran down on Ills chest Jell cut noso at this mid till" kt-il to the budy with a, heal) light lit hioko nn ground, but (lid bis liillghllng ami lending to tlio boll Tlie loiuitl was even. If not slightly in favor of JelTiies r) Mil l oi'sp. All tloul ts illicit JclTin's gimenesx and lighting uhilil' wore puiv dispell, d. Ho was voted thn best lie it l weight that litz hnd otor met lit waitiil a moment ntul Jim winl to 1 1. in w, th a loft which was h'ockoil vinithcr "idick "I 'Itl.lo lett could 1 it on tlm ni i ml m eh' iloh look urpr.sod Jeffi t si , ,. i j i nn nght nnd still put in ,u .'I . i t li waited anothci iiion.nl a It llv m mg up hit man, and then miss, d u lift, .finch Jeff I