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" j V "V A i TEX CENTS A WEEK. L h .5 T i jj 1 1 0 . TOPEKA, KANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 189! TWEXTY-SECOX I ! UOII UrJll Terrible It Jhonl Wi -Tin 3ii P.u Pi llock Inland Freight Ki Into F. P. Freight. rorit 3.i:x :;illi:d. A Xitdlrr of Others ir 1 !; ewitH l',:rt of ti Wreck Catches Fire. I awitnck. K.i., Jon. 2. A Uoek In land ft - it''itt.'.tll. .TiWde-I into the rear of a Fm-m i'u-irif fr" ight. 'en miles oust of L ova -r ,r!..-it j'rl ,ck this morning. T!::- I'l.i.-m 1 at He cab. a passenger e ;,-'b . .-. car ai .! i . r i im .er am. d a carload .,f ... v,.-r- i i n. 1. I' ur person.! were kihei and Cm- ajared--two probably f.,: dly. 'I'll..- . o ia! are: H .'on S v ! i , stockman, of Clay Ci'ii- r. hot-. M.un :n, stockman, of Wakelield, I i - J i ii - .' t vu l .. en i.im-t.T. - - -Ion -,-sas.of Ta-co!t. Kas. 'i ( 1 . n Urn. 31.:-k!',-. i 1 U;i i idol ; !1 . Kil-.,?I:U)P u-rl ii inmv tun; v, ill p.-i.bucly not IS. i'. P 1 1, If; Center, Kaj.: ,r-..l: will fa. iv ' -t" d'a-rett, Kan., ititor- 1 1 a 1 t .i.lh- 'mi urt-.i: I : wi'A .;.,-r. 1 it -.vili ! n U'l-ifi. i J. M r-. .i ! . -. : of flv.l.-, Kan., i:t-ad jfri i .. Iv iajarol, 'Adit a tjf c.,ti.l.jctjr d' t)u- Union I'a v'A'r tr ,n -i;" ti:i.' tin' I'l lL-i'in wa? in- :?.! ! J , t.f vcat ! . tin- ('jRiliinatian ! t ' 1 . i . . oid i .i:.;'? .air at tl:e cad of tat' ! trait! I... vi im tl - a.i --ii Lr -rs. Tiit ffuh ( a I i T iv 1 ( aid ai a.a:a . i-j h this ! aad h,- wa- k i d a i, '';. tla 'k !-Iaid trainV eniritu' wai ! ii - 'a . i and a Ha i w ir. U rai :r iit lire, 1 ait i: frsrlh-T Uat:! ijx- v, as ' i- n; to that , .jar ir 'itii."T - --r "" 1 1 ,-i-,,i- iiiiort iiml 1 1 1 itteo Are In- a AS ,'f'iN. ,', an. Titere are some i f d -ati-..ie'in witii the aan: i- -aaa, t he joint I'll I Ii ill is- I'o iifi i house, at ; .oii. ted j a to ! ...i : t a i.-at ' the dej, -! o. to It !.! ! a .'1 V ei -1 1 a j; . a , h. u-a-. '1 . , ,f ! i m ts t-ei.au t h o w i ,rk coijiiidttees of i-a-ioid-adoii is ) the tr-at-orer ! V ithi .tit SU i an it- I . . t i tl .l.'ltedl.X ' i ' lilts to ati ia icu.l. or witxi- r appropri a.tiun from con- hi. !!! 1" f- If ivv i. .) . ib-ii; three expert . j re-i.I. a; t d' et ; 1 a t; e A tt.f e! is s a i . "fo, t-kil V alit,l Fe, beiua-Ili-Mdiii-v is not lixed, and it a a ; .o d t;t it ids i eiiooii i ation will male t.i coi rt - pond with the services r !.! i. "1 ! e t h.-: two ex pert. s receive fooi ia iiad -(;i,Oi o re-pectively per aa- i i :t. j A WAIT k. AXE C'lESTIoX. o ;i;as ! Laeiidii I ', 1 1 . ! 1 1 1 i a i - 1 r. -1 1 uu t mi t I !4'in)ri. I t. VTa-uino r-. .J;:u. . Hepre.-entative H;tf (' I. I'm in , as ui.abie to take any 1 - tct ' i tie j.ri p i rati oii of the minority r. p- r" on h lla'.v;di:tn situation, 1 a w i:i su ort it ,:n "ie- tloor when the r -.! m i-.ii ci ntes up for dei.at.-. -it - a- : ! i th.- de'erndnadon of the a. iinrd-'r; ti ,n to allow the Hawaiian ii-ia', r t dr.-j ," -aid Mr. Hitt. "aivl that tl.'i : e die j , si-'-.c.l of the 1 enr cre.ts in c a aai la,f ..r, i. drep'r Suppose with oi l pi iii'V a losiduo-rfoia-i:;-,. the Haw ti- ieo;t tt mi- with Canada for 0 1 , i-ll t. vi aiiii- il. - I .VJ I ti T i 1 1 1 o - 1 - i ,.i i he d i-."re o i tin- part of lite adm iu-!-?-.' on to id .no tiie matter to rc-,t and !! d.iiiat.,:.,. tame, the ei r Hi ti i -1 an ces ia ike it a liva aati,,., ;, t.nt. that can not : ca-U v- d p.js.-'d of." MO L K TO OPPOSE. S'lonir Hole ' ij i I lie K'o tiiins Hill x i I 1 iis.s I Pie fiml . W ',-!iN. a a Jan. !. - S,-nat.r Hah' k, a.v! , '!'-. ..ti .a iy said he thought the S"!i it .. vao'dd t.lke up the fe.ier.il elee ti a.s bid s, .1 ,:), I'lmviiin.', and," he f iajt i ioi"d, ' 1 1 1 ink it will be passed with littb' de'.tv in ii beaome a I.gv at an Parly ii'a?e. its thire is no i.loiitt the president v HI -i g a it." "'did no' hie lh pu :. be ins," was a-ked, ' iUa! o some edad to del iv, or j revent Jai-.'ge:" " I iit'v ki.a'f wid be impo--ibIe to i rev --a a an-1 they w ill ma uudo.-mko to ec:i -e .leiaj, fts that Would acci ua pi tsh la.lii.Iig.' 31 1 1. LI O Ns" '""j EF iclENC V. ii.a-i.iv stsleiiipnt -a i . w 4 1 u t rt Mil lion i I. . - Hrsi sit 1 out io . v' eiaw.r.iy Jn. It is estimated that the net 1 id a n "'e ava'dai. Ie far the ro. dacta,:i ,.f t:) . :a:! UL- .p.. t .as I re-d-in't d'a,e )'i.(a it curing the month. The on idi's 3t I'.i'i-n. will sh.av t hat the net bid. tare on .1 i i -any 1 w as about jii'),lniil. oiii! a- a o;dilo S i ' hi- i.l , in. i a! ,- 1 . n" '.ea jaoiugid tl . stad yeai'iin.l f ta hi on tre lit, oi Jat.uarv. 1 S':. KM-lusive f Saturday bu.-iticss. daiii n... cy t'p'iiitiitiires for the tb-st j the j six ' a,o-: ns oi i;u iscai ve.ir aiaaiats t.. : UP WILI i;S:I OET IT? ! n f- Ho hei Iol! ir I! au-e I.milers - i v - ill li,...l p i.. l tl :i t r i a . lire C--ittain Gish has lih-d a ciatm I n it: l.o.ivi ri ol J.,e well i n g lor the .iijeii rew:-d cil-ued for tiie arrest of (J H tan bus. x .., aa;rsi a as been pigeonholed for ! a' v ral weid s. jaa wa- f, --ought out this Jiiet-urg iy Faivr.tu Secretary Close, and wid , e pr-'S.-n e, to the govtruor lor his j option as ui rt-turix JI A i BETTER NOT. J bl ( 1 . t 1 I I II I ! Cl hltp I c S If . i a a. - ; ... . . .. .a i , .a.; :c t . I U i- . ... . '..;,! , ,o u s - l.p j i u ilDT tai t. ! ! I ' ' 1 ii I i t i t i lui't The fa.se ana acm t 'i ant t. ,av a tinr;tr about it. t. ll I wore m i ret barn piac'. I won hi nc: t-.-.xf- tnv t ea tst) jq the i u 1 t'i i II J t t i r i 1 tl n i - I - ' i i I r . 1 ( l j ' t at AIi I i t ' i H i lei ii ut-( . " I araaiil h.-r arad ru-:ai:a.,.. '".Mr. I)o-ti r roru.i t a s iv vahttter lie b'ea eras ed by Mr-. Lea -e cr not. I: is frt-tii rally 1 .aievia t!. i;: ira s her..' to patch tip the ti:rht n the two pr. iairiait dop'id--: laa.:r- tnc Tdat iie will aih i?e Uiv-rrur Ljftciacir tu r--siui'f ht-r to her former pa-jooa aad that lit' had iio S.HTUUI ity to I'a.l.i, vo h'it wit h uut nuriaaoat cai.ji . Mr;. J.tai-.o ii.i; ihaiiir - i the piice of iiH'ftinir of th..s '.'.aid uL y flora Whi !ii hi to oI ithc aad it i- i x;aa t(d that tiiare will i e 'oii si -i a-ra I i vxcit einont if Frtahoin ; tt.-iijpt tr.i lait id- -o it as a iit'.-fiiber of tin- 1 o-trvi. Nm nt- at tiio t':vi:ive i-aiit!aei: k-i .w i v ht-thcr id ! a :: will ia -.ko tho ata-:uj t or u at. (iavornor I.cwfliini; if ai -tt. fr J'n the ciy and M r. Dorter will r.-t sairi li-i-o i.ii til ids ratii-ii to th" city, when !t is ex pected tliat oiiio . ,d aoi.-e will le tri--t-n 1 raj Py de- ie tia.ed. 1 i fV of 1 ie Poo pied pany ;uai the funa-r -l.'.fl' a'ivi..T uf tie.' ovt. rnor. SEEKING FOU ""PEACE. Effort to Bring Al.'.ut',,,, 1 ml,. , m audi nS Ku-rne Ha- u:, a- ; I.ea-i', asd t..a.lit.(.' that v, c i-e WiPli'.l L subruitte 1 to t.'ie suaie' a- (a i.rt tomor row re-traiudii.- Mr. Idi-aborr. from takinir Ids Mut is a nen'a t of l lie state hoard of cdarhb-s at;d jia-M-iitiaa; the re moval of 3irs. I eu-ft ua'fd ciiart-es had bfe:i brol o-lit taaiiurt ae:- aaid iuve-ti-a-at.'d l.y a coiijau'toe a ointed h.y the governor, lieutenant g jvc-raor and e p ' I k e r o f the 1 a : i - e . 1 lagan went 1 ef ire C; a e f Ju.-t i ?e Hur ton liiia in oriurur, ! ut f lanaiitu? i- ie-- of J udg-r j o;iU.M t be li was postponed until t is expect f I that J ud ae 1 riu a t he two " v,.rri " stiiudina- arjd soisio kia. it:L' of t:ie case .in IT; w, asab en it 1 ) aster will try to ) in under vf ;m a.r einetit. l.Vl" HP I'V,' r'udi v.P PV IA. JV l Ji.dT!,..M M;.il. Its Afl.iirs if .'lllou-i! t I rift !'i rten.i a I-Hrfui '.I!u..-. J I.i X 1 ii a . .1 am. Th,- Ir.visor ile- I vir . iri ;ii article wiitteti . Mr. AVil-on. ! the edit.-r of tiu t ' a; er whu ii one ,,f ; t he 1 ,f: t known a. Ui'O.l hii.ila-. j 4.,( s; ' r tao . Tai., of t . , ,f n.r ...1 ,1 are cdhiw "o dri t as h a ,. t ore. since the net of 1 Mi , it -a iil e, t i t i . i . oom l.iiii'ed with which the it iritig collapse wd!l dwin.de in'o in-ia-;. aace. Ve iire Irivei to tiie e..i! a ; u-io :i by the re-adt of r.aaiiv ye..rs ciote o - ivation of tie- bank whici !.a- li.-.ei Priidinrr its inn" into region- i: doe- u r t; te 'et stand. 'i'his draw si cold and! i i ;d ei t-s bil.-i- ; li(wii,1r,i v if s, uti tin:.,- ron''--.. iri-t' ll Atcliion Kx-Convift Coiejiilered la.--es. Alt exceii' -V;" osa in ie of "tllis is j InKerou.ly Insane. the way t ae bi.uk wa invt Ived in the I Atcij ibd.v, Kan., Jan. 2. John X. Key-3Iurri.-tai diili 'U 1 ties. i nolds arrived in the city on the 8:4 Jdttle conceridiia- the true con-lit ion of ! o'clock Missouri Pacific train last even- i the ban k .3 kie ; ti ! theta is ti. r a permanent i: i j ra v i-i ae it in the ban ks j to-it ion i a sc aj teg at et ir i a re re ban k"s mon fu id an. i for s .-' which .no to light. of Ca-b.er May. The d sponsible fur mis feadug ti i-y for tin- state provi i - r t he win ie unlr a y l-u'ti. lla-tfl1.- il jliliil leiilo; a ia , CALLED T IP 'ETON. Our I-'lre Ir- pa "t ii it t Askeil I or. ISut the Ciii.-f I naUl. to llejioiel. Chief vilnuirth at 1 : h bi-t evening re- I ceiveti th tloih wing t.'.iiriitii; j t uio:', K as. (. hief r m-J a-p, n nii-nt, f . d; : ; "Large tire. SmhI nil t a-help you can ; at cute aheiEie d, no hh'.t. Am-wor. ; "J. J a ' i 'Ajf f bi. u, j -d-dv; a vor.' In re-ponse Chief V idmnah made f hasty arr inirtT u ut- to - ul the ..heliacal : engtue lroiu t-tit'ior- .... 1. it, charge i-f A.-istiint Chief ll. id Hal eoek and 'Fire- . tn.'u doii its. an , n a CI t'I 1 t oi tli North side, station. Yh- at pine vvi'.s taken to ; the i 1 a. 1 -i i. 1 vaid-. when a new i diiheuby pres. ired "it t- ah Major Uable ! hail ma !' no art.: n o en c I t s tur the trans- pi at it' ion of the . j . j. ar; t u - .-.ud men. In ti," exciteiie.-nt at id i.an t ie mayor had f org jtteu his j art "i in T i,.r,. was more u-b grap ring- .;n k and Krth that took up more tiiae. "i hen the liremeu were ordered ro put tin..1 t ngii.e on a ll.it car ami wait f ;r ,t j I i ii c- i; inn would c me o er after them. This dani'. bu" before the triirr arrived, at a: 'out J- fit. CLiei H il:i atth i eci ived this "b." ;i i K -- W 1 1 ;.! . h i it - - V e rc getting tire unit, r i-i.itrr.ii. 3fe,o not come. lit.' a:-: ii ai. , otyor.' A ilisj.-atch ;r ai ii litoi -ais that the tire uestri.-x ed the ha'g a half oj an en tire lloc-c in t ie iai-i.j -sr Vi.str.ot, burn ing out ii hart ess stall , tw. re-taurants, a dry g ids house an i a U.ok 'ore. The damage i, est. mate i from i'jd'd to f 1.. .. partially ..'tvt'i'.id y it. si n nee. No laui-e aais bee i assigned for the origin of the tiie. Lac ,i. ot wat-.-i" service f.tcdi tit's made 'lie tight ag iast the tire aiur" Th. II il ia t I -land ijured. I 1;lu! ill. gel t 1 .Ni i I U nil ii i 1 1 -i re Racin e. Wis.. Ja:i. .--3iirS Charlotte Davis, d lughter of thi hoe Car tain Dav ; I' V iias tre it" i Ha it e social clr- t cles to a sensi.t ion bv i 3icCa;.n, a CI ita.go "'. ' bride is an ht-ir-ss atio. i riitge w,.s ul ;.'' -ed l y j being h.it 11 O'Tsoil 'a piia.g .vith J. N. I- ue.-s l Id!!. Th-? i' is sail, her ni ir h tr relative-, she Haotsi In t;Hiiiv oiit i n i aeil. Pai.kk.mo. Jan. . Tl. riots caused by the poj d ir .eeiiug ;g.an-t the t.-r i duties levied up JU to o, etc., erterll-g the i various towns, caita a. e ai maty p. arts of Sicily. In sonu ca se, tbe deltueeof the mobs was so great that .nyoi.?t charges upon the par; of the ac,s were iuuui uecesa-v oseoeii joiteiIced. Judge TIazen Says lie 31 list Pay 81 00 and Costs, Than Si 70. PAPERS OT HEADY In the Appeal to the Supreme Court. The Judrre Gives Secretary 0 born Until Thursday. Secretary of .State Osborn was sen tenced in the district court at noon todav j to pay a line uf K0 and costs for orimi ; nal libel of Cyrus Leland, of Troy, but ! after the etitenced hail been pronounced : Jiida-e Ilazen wit ie ire w it and eave Mr. iisborn ten days to prepare papers for au aj.peal to the .upreji;e court. j After the routine work of the norninar ! h.sd t-een passed upon by the coin-;, at i no.ui, Secr.'t.iry of Sta'e (inborn. Private 1 Secretary (dose and A-ads-ant Secretary : of State Zercher, viitered t.'ie court room. It was but a few minutes until Mr ; 'ahornV. eu.-e was caiied up, and Judire liazeti 8?ked hiui if tie ktiew of any rea ) son liy sentence houM not be pro i noutsceil at the titae. r,1,ur" "l know of none, your nee oi the court is that ou uav a line of .H and costs of the taiae ;in-.l remain ain!i;n-d until tiie tine and cots have been paid.'' Tin- order of the court w as entered upon the court records. Sheriff AVilker bori entered the room and goinif U) to Mr. Isborri said: "The line and costs wili have to be paid or I shall he com pelled to take you to jail." "But,' said 31 r. O.-born, "I want to ap peal the case to the supreme court, but my attorney, Mr. J. J. Hbt, informs me that lie fad neglected to prepare the papers."' "'1 hi' case is not in the sunreme court,' said Mr. Wilkerson, -and there is but one tiling for me to do as long as the .-en- t, nee has been passed " Mr -i , ,.,ri. .u-,..l To a,. jr , if -Ml. Hon h-re ti-k.(Ml Jllufif ilazen it the M-n'.enci' could not Le withdrawn and time given Mr. O-born to prejiare for the appeal. Judge Ilazen said he would five Mr. Osborn until Thursdav when the same sentence will le passe. I upon ld:n i co-is in i ii e ease umoiuu io oe- 1 i . ; i ... . i io(oi - ami . . o. 31 r. 'shorn, speakin-.' of the sentence, f-uld: "31 r. Ilazen was exc-etliug-ly kind to mi.-, and it tuu-t have been a lack of rf-ii.-i' on Mr. Ilitt's part in uot having the j ai- ers rem !y. '-Noali Alloa has not associated him self wit h the ease for some time." liEYXOLDS IJIlOniHT. PACK. ing, his wife accom pan vin a- him from Kiinsas City. Mr. lieyiio.ds vi as brought to Katir-as City from Paris, Texas, by friends, and upon meeting Mrs. Reynolds in the Kansas City Pnion depot he kissed her off irdvely and wept like a child. On the train from Kan-as City to Atch-i.-on Mr. Key molds was very boisterous bait quieted down when the train arrived i'i thi.-! city. Chief Church White and seraeant Donahue were at the depot in obedience to a telegram nt from Kan sas C'itv I v Mrs. lt.-vn.jld-, but the ser- vices of an otlicer wit h a drawn club were necesarv to keep back tiie crowd of neo- ple which had gathered at the depot to witnes-s the arrival of the part v. Had John N. Keynolds been sane it undoubt- edly wouia have given him much pleas- ure to witness this manifestation. Mr. Reynolds was hurried into a hack and driven home. No one was with him hist night hut his wite, a at she is very j much trigiiteneo; at his o:t repeated re- mark that they both would die in a very short time. Mr. Keynolds w ill probably be put in an iusme ;i- in STATE LAPClt LEADERS. Tiie Fi'iii ralion Fleets 1 Inters at Lravcn wortli Topeka lllp, 1 wo. Lkavknw or-i if. Kan.. Jan. 2. The State Federation of Labor this morning elected tiie following oth bowing otbeers: 1 'resident. w . a. I' lUg-e or j.eavenwori of Leaveuworf h; first that. ' vice -'.resident, L. A. Hurt of Kan was . t-as City. Kan.: second v ice t resident. . A. Snyder, of Topeka: secretary, J. G. Sauiuelson, of Topeka. Kans;i-. A resolution favoring- an extension o:.' the general scope of th. labor bureau, was adopted. The boycott of the na tional machinists against the Armour Packing company was endorsed. A resolution Wits ab-o adopted endors ing Gov. Lewelling's "tramp circular."' D0ITPTLESS POISON EI). Trie Iiut'iienilpiire .My.sO-rv ISeiotr lines tlsatl M rs. Kr-eil Will Live. Kansas City, Jan. 2. The Star's Inde pendence, Kan. -as, -poeial suvs: due postmortem examination held on th-:1 todies of 3!iss sjcott a id .Mr. Heed de veloped that the stomachs and lung were apparently In perfect e m diihu:. The stomachs and exait-nts win be sent to Kansas ity for a ciie nicat anaivis. The rigidity of the muscle? ami other mmiistakabie aitTis. show that, it m ev:- detitiy ;i ca-e of poisotdng, but how the poison was administered, or whether bv accident, with m ur.it ro us intent, cat - i not be stiit.'-d. j The child died last night, tut 3Irs. ' Read will recover. Her mind --tid wan : ders. When she recovers h--r normal onaition, me invsterr 'in i u-o L,at. i v Le ! expiaitiea. sunay ttalj- a Jtimiomsr. j Rome. Jan. 2. The weather has been j inteaselv cold here. Slow lias been fuil- 1 iug heavily all niLt. A-1IUXT1NG THE ANA11CIIIST -Vew Vear'a Amupment of the l'olieo io 3Iatl.rid. Madrid, Jan. 2. One of the most sen sational arrests ever made in connection .villi the anarchist conspiracy, was ac complished yesterday at sarapros-ai. The police have for sometime pad Lad the majority of the rank and tile of the an arch ist a in custody, but the moot dan gerous leaders of the pests of society aave. in several caes, succeeded in eludiutr the police. Amonir these an archists fctill at lart'e and very much wanted by the authorities, was a notor ious and excessively violent and dang-r-a is anarchist known as Salvador French. The man, strongly suspected of beiiiu'" ;: "icerued in the Liceo theater dynamite t-j.ii! outitipa?, vanished irosu Ibirceioita inaiu'diiiteiy after the crime wascommii ted P.nd all efforts to tiud hi:u proved f ulile, t Hon irh the olice frequently came upon his trail. French seemed to 1 .e well informed as to the movements of his pursuers however, an i frequently escaped when they were about to place hands upon it. Tins series of almost miraculous escapes impressed the police witli the. belie t that the an archists were able to obtain information regarding some of the mo-t secret move ments and plans of the authorities. Tiie result was a searching and thor ough investigation and several members of tiie Barcelona secret police were ar rested ami sent to join tin- anarchist gang.- awaiting transportation to tiie penal sett lenient. Alter this cleansing out of Barcelona's eecrc-t police force the authorities found theiu-selvea much strengthened and ar rest after arrest of important amtrchi-ts was made, but French still remained at large though tiie police were in. .re anx ious to capture hitn than tiny other an archist in Spain, for he was know n to be a man capable of carrying out any terri ble plot which might be determined upon and in every way a leader among leaders of the anarchist coii-pir.icy. It was known, for instance, that Salva dor French had planned and almost suc ceeded in executing an attempt to blow up a portion of the pri.-on a" Barcelona, where the majority of the anarchists of the city were contined. Tie- plot was nipped in the bud by tiie police who ar rested a number of the conspirator.-, though French succeeded in making one of Ids usually clever escapes. By dint of hard work and by ki eping continually, night .and day, on the trail of the anarchi-t leader, Salvador French was linaiiy located again yesterday in a hou-e situated in a quiet and highly re spectable quarter of Saragi sa. The police then m i le the most careful and thorough preparations to capture the long wanted anarchist. A strong force of policemen in plain clothing, during the day and few at a time, were distributed so as "io gradually surround the house and in addition, as the hour for making attempted capture drew near, a detarh llient of police in linifi itm w a- sent to t he Spot and the police net was gradually 'dosed around the hou-e w here the notor ious anarchist had -ought refuge. Slowly, but sure y the net was clo-ed. the police entered i:a- hou-e unobserved ami a number of the most daring of the officers suddenly burst in tiie door of the room occupied by French and. revolver in hand, dashed into the apartment and called upjii the anarchist to surrender, at the same time covering him with their pistols. French though taken by surprise, drew a pistol and win upon the point of killing the leader of the police, wh.-n he rapidly ehauged his mind and turning the pistol towards Ids own right side, shot himself beneath the arm. This movement, however, had been noticed by the police ami t hey grappled with him in time to prevent the anarchi-t from killing himself, though the bul let which he tired into his side pene trated his chest, but the leaden mi-sle came out again, throe inches from the spot where it entered his che-t. A terrible struggle between the police men and the anarchist followed, tlo- oih cers of the law being covered with blood by the time they w ere aide to reduce the desperate man to anything like subjec tion. When this wo.- aecompli-hed. the t m;i1 icemen began to s ' ; t . . believing him to be too .oak Irom I -- of blood to make any furt.eT ef fort to take his lite. In t h ' - how ever, they were mistaken, for French watching Ids oui iort u n it v, suddenl v drew a tmv of jioison from :i ret jioi'kt't, and before the police coui i pre vent him, he had placed it to his lips. This movement x as not iced by the po lice, who were searching him and they succeeded in knocking the bottle of poi-.on from his mouth. When taken before the matd-mite. the behavior of the pri.-oner was desperately violent. lie struggled with his captors and continued his anarchist threats and curses and loudly avowed hi- complicity in the Liceo t heat er cub rage, exp! e--ing' fiendish regret that more people were not killed and that he was not abb- to carry out further and more bloody out rages. This seemed to be the prisoner o;dy r egret as he cursed and swore, cininbiig that tiie existing slate of -oci.-tv mu-t be destroyed, even if the people had to wade in blood in order to do so. After the rlsom-r's preliminary exam ination 1 eh re the magi-trot,., he was placed in the doctor's hands and almost immediately reduced to a state of insen sibility, in order that e.i. .it.- might be made to save his life in the interests of justice. The examinations of tie d-. chars showed that his wounds were tre ire dan gerous than at lir-t stippui.-.l, though it is believed that tin ph.cians wad sue ceei t in saving his life. As soon as French i- able to be njav.d he wii! be conveyed under a strong es cort to Barcelona, wio-re hi- trial will taKe place upon several charges. !:rt of which will be complicity already con fessed, in the Ll .) t iit'ii' re uiitlii . LOCAL MENTION. The council, although exceedingly busy la-t night, went through its session in little mure than au hour. That's busi ness. Five thousand dollars was paid into the county treasurer's oliice yesterday by O.MJ Santa Fe shop employes, thus saving themselves tin? five ta-r cent penally. Treasurer Rodgers kept the oliice open the euure day. mm dm ForLeav en worth TheOldTow n Celebrates Today, The Completion of aMagnifieent Steel Prii! ire ACROSS THE 3O.SS0UIII. A Pi Procession Miles in Lenirth. Speeches Made by Proderick, Burnes and Lewellhi0:. Lkavenwohth. Kan.. Jan. 2. The new steel bridge with a pier todraw, was opened to public travel this afternoon with fitting ceremonies. The city w ore a gaia appearance. From business houses and residences hung the folds of bunting anal a procession several miles long com prising the military of the garrison and Soldiers home, civic societies and citizens in eariiages passed through the streets t the foot of Choctaw- street, where the bridge spans the river. There the ceremonies were hebl. A thorough test of the bridge wa- in tide by Chief Kngineer Oeorge S. Morrison of Chicago and a train of cars van run across it. The artillery of the Soldiers' home tired a salute, and dedicatory speeches were made by Colonel D. Id. AnthonvandJ. II. At wood of Leaven worth ami L. Burnes of Platte City, 31 o. This evening the bridge and the busi ness portion of the city wili be illumi nated with electric lights and a mass meeting will be held, at which Ibavernor Towelling, Congressman lirodi-riek. Con- j gres-man Jiurnes and others w ill speak. The lirid.ee re-ts on five i tiers and is 3.100 feet in length. Its cost was .4T,- (mil. " The new bridge gives Leavenworth direct communication wih Chicago by means of the Burlington and Hock Island mads, the Burlington s fast train to ( hi- cago now starting at this point. 31 US. LEA'" THERE A ritl .Mr. J-rehorii Wasn't, unit So tii Matter sliols. Kansas City, Jan. 2. A special to the .-tar from Oiathe, Kansas, says: All the members of the state board of charities, excepting Freeborn, appointed as Mrs. Lease's successor, responded to Mrs. Lease's call for a meeting of the board at Oiathe today, instead of Winlield. Mrs. Lease wans nresent to take her position as president of the board. The ot her members do hot state whether or not they will recognize icr. WAR IN TEXAS I'etween Caltlf anil siiei I.m Slise Iyini for Want of I'ooil. Sax Antonio, Texas, Jan. 2. The rich est stock men of western Texas are badly discouraged. A dispatch from Fort Stockton says conservative men estimate that "- per cent, of sheep in that section will die the present winter, as there is nothing for them to eat except dead grass. There is some water, but cow men are fencing and guarding it. The grass has been killed by the frost. The sheen men are rnoviiiir their herds towards 31exico and the cow men swear they will die before the sheep w i ! 1 go over their ran res. Both sides an- armed and ready to shoot. TODAY'S TELE I PA I'll TIPS. (dio'era iJ rag ing in St. Petersburg jiti'i in several of the schools. Three men were k illed and a number WOUIlded I'V BP I'V'!'. g ' . in ,. .... .-.a... Im bu-lness liou-es at Red Kev. Ind,. ! were burned at 2 o' lock this morning, with a lo-s of about ijrVi.unii. The insur ance will reach over .fhu.ooo. The executive committee of the Broth erhood of Railroad employes, mot in sec ret session tit Chicago today, to consider the question of the Northern i'acdic la bor troubles. The sub-committee on foreign re! a- tions went, in secret ses-iuii at Washing'- ton this morning. Mr. P. Jones was the only witness called and proved a strong advocate of annexation. Tiie sheriff today took jiosse.-sion of the Chicago Toy rv Fancy (omds company's store at 2'SS 3Ionroe street. Judgments amounting to about :1 komi were con- fessed by the lirm in tiie circuit court. Francis Theodore Walton, known ;is d'hino r'' Wiiltt.n. le--ee of the Ui'mnl tei, at 12hl Broadway, New York, t. day made an assignment to t t.anes B. Walton, with p'lelerence amoun'ing to sajll.t Four prisoners escaped from jail at Greenville, lib, la-t night, after beating Deputy sheriff .1. W. Wright so severely that his life is despaired of. The weap ons used were passed in by a nog-res a in jail on charge of murder, but who has been a trusty. At the annual election of directors of lb, "l'.,.-ri.. Iljlit.. A- I ii.! i-ia o, ,; I, r.o'r.e.,1 '"' "'" s- ........... j ............ ....... held at Terre Haute three were chosen, w ho were oliicei's of the l'enn-vlv i:nla if Pitts'. uri T IK'ir eiec- tloli is thougnt to inil.cate the sale oi the Vandal ni to t ha I'euii-ylvania company, 5tol!eI at I-i :isi"a.s Cilja Today's Kansas City Times siys: C. J. Mohler, aci'izen of Topeka. who has been visiting- his mother at Armstrong the past week, reported to the police yes ter.l .i- tlo.it bo ha.l n held no rob. lV two n.aske,! teen at tlio -lili, e.at of the Seventh street viaduct at Ihl'A) o'clock. He was relieved of a gold watch and chain and '.) in cash. Mr. Mohl.T gave a good description of the men, with tie' exception of their faces. After m -mining the robbery t he two men disap peared in the darkness in a west -rnly direction. The state board of pardons is ia ses sion today. liopps in roi; i : If Tliy IL j.M t I'.i'i-Ji a- ' i.-.t I Outcry ,.'' o - . i . London, Jan. v.- if ah Conservative parties no- . .- cothproin i - airatjgen.ef ; a: tw ci-n t he lead. ! s ii. ia , a I council -bill. A n . ! i surrendered, the i,.., , ri'v , '' en.br-" the arrasa.' ilea ; wa '. tii at it iitsur.-s the p i.--.. . t ' . in a reasi .mil ae t i me. 1 f t he lords riao " th" ; p. bills, t he outcry again- ' f. . greater th an it w,.s w; ,i t: . the homo rid.- The 1 !ad led a' 'ril C " cop I ance of t he c. a; o ; a : - ,a : as a desire on th.- par! of t i vi's to po-e as ! r b - a - i - ; a t a ai classes during U.- ib.:-c i-: EPIE PEOIK. AN 17. lMan l'roposi-il l.o- 1 11 ,i I t.-, i o i.ri ' lli'l iita:".. LoM.oN, Jan. 'J. - d he I : ll i or u in g say - : I :a - a org ad Of t he N ..'' V:,l a, I. .do I . , riiilroad w ill I e iui m.d i , day. I irexel, h., an a, I Morgan -v 'oinpaii ol k- a : .. del'! alien jointly tiie n company's i r - Tiie tirni- are of the Mjd.i i can be taken out id il.e b.e Ceivern without di- lli t. a. a stored w ithout ai.v ( r - ' . It V.-H , i, -.r-... ,,.! ' ,-, , r. O a 1 m. I in w hie h 1 lea r 1 la !. ' .a ' e-i and def. :,-,! ha The new Iln 'et i ' ! g is i,, p.. OUI I i:t a pe r Cell', . .U:dlo: years. it - j.ia:., uw i art , ; the old six per cent. 1 a: ; the company 1 . f a 1 1 b a . i ; retire certain oth. r i !. -. t tloatmg ib. I t and 1 ,rs-: a tab 3IOI5 at cia:xi:l l ' II io 1 1 I o .Ml Wool V i . I o '1 oir Il.iuu 15: Cbi.v i-a.A m, ! an. unemployed H'-n m.onh. ; led! this morning and d, from t he city authorities J companied i v full', b'l w i them earrving cll'dea "When informed t hat for them, the men many t h rent a w ere u - " S e will h a'. w a city hali," s dd one f.tmi! i'-s an- ,- i ii'.-i i n a employment or hrca The police were crowd di-per i d. d" cit i.i'ii- l ei ie f a a charitable i u -t i i u t io thou-and- of uiano ; trc-s -i iii exi-i -. t f yui. hopkin Olti. illipv Il. ne.x .-.I 1 I III. i to- - (.. Street biiiiiiii-ai;' r I'o ei ,"i all " ! he : ai !:;. from M ll ia i-e I I .in i - a i , that h i s or ices i ;i : p cor. on is- ioiicr ..f t he i-P d is iet i -ed w j t h , and : i v acunb Mr. Ilopkin- how. '.: . He has engaged P is tight on the ground ti t moved from nahi e ,.ol merit. 31 ay a- 1 1 arri oi an i ' j a C( in suit at j. it: 1 : i - I ia aa . a i e X j :hl i lie. 1 to I I i . I j aga hist him was open .i : j lllni In' lani li'ittal,: ! a i iintli'i, iiii-l i n b a-n t h thai to send I, in f I at ed above. d he - " " j ior.-man. Oem ( ... i Mr. Ilopkin- -a - b t he mayor's a n1 h.n i1 ' iiny a r-i in a 1 ia a a o- wants to leave the .,; pieion. lb' -.-y- that loumi!, ( I , rn.-t . I b j iigg-) a'l.,-ed i.oi I also im- bond aii.ii. w ii L. If. Pound-. Arthur C. shinier. T had ten. led t I this liiorriing to ten 1 t . take etfe,-; uS ti,,- ,. 1 A fir. 1," Hopf in dd t , : er 'o.hiy. "The gi - ian l 1 c.n tinned 1 ,y tie- eg y i quires both tiie ;.aa. ..r .-. j "'1 he mavor -aid t. j-ionev ia m ma . j spent for -abated ! the men. He tin : th--. Jki-t mau an I N 1 f .re.- aioiaa As a in , evi-r, I am 'he . n! ' for'e w ho i - un aa j p' rforma'n'e of antv, j with hahnodv on b-r siaa .-. m g -tat.- ..a ..... ! City Atlon.ev 1;:; i report.-r t! a i i.m, c 11 ilia i did any opinras oi th. mavor i- a w " I dhllo'soh said. The iiiat oa , ,f ia did Iloi Co!:," up 1. j ill I a ica! i ai in t '. tioh of some of b can -ed it to I," d- ; pail iitdy . Y j. Hopaoi , (,,, ,,,.,- p , , ,. ,'; ,;'.;, ! j "y VXT I'ii'i ii. An A lie.;.--! to-!. ' tli.- .i'l-t'tii a.cortl Otit a w v.-r 1 1 Pe lift" ! turbitlg till! t who la (l.ar laii ie ei 1 . 1 1 , . he has pa i 1 the j tin. i : est, but t hot I hi, ,! w a a est, alid in trying t turbed his pa-ace and ti. A. A. I h ..bin'-; m, n, Robinson am 1 fa tad. cago over the idol