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MEMPnis 'daily; apfeaIj- Wednesday, November 3. issg.
FRIJK D. WALWORTH
THE 1X VMO MURDERED BIS
In Rig Thirty first Year History
f the trlnie for Which He Wi
Sent to the Penitentiary.
Kkw Yobk, November 2. You have
already heard the announcement of
the death at taraloga ot Frank II.
W.lwortb, who thirteen years ago
killed bii father. He died of pneu
monia after a short itinera, and much
learetted by all to whom he wu
known. He was 31 years old. About
two years since he mirried M its Co
linne Bramlette, daughter pf the lat
Go. Bramlefte, of Kentucky, who,
with one cbi!d,snrviTs him. He was
a grandr-on of the late Chancellor Ilea
ben H. Walworth, his maternal grand
father haying been Col. John H. liar
An rl iiliBoia. who was killed at Ba
ena Vis'a. Frank H. Walworth, ss
tha vnniiB man who killed his father
in June, 187S, crtated quite a ten-a-tinn
in the city of New York. The
tiavedy occurred at the Murtevaot
nnnu. It arose from a ouarrel with
Ma lather because of the manner in
which the latter treated bis mother,
HI. Tnd father. Chancellor Wal
worth, haying married the widow
oi Col. John J. Hardin, who
was killid at the battle of
Ttn.na Via'a. her daughter, a most
K.nilfnl airl.thns tame East to liye,
and the Chancellor thoncbt it a happy
idea to unite bis son to her.andtbey
were married, and continncd to reside
in R.r.lnoa. Mntoal friends who
knew the character of the bridf groom
hook their heads when the marriage
wu announced, and al hongh tbey
Vnnaa nr the beat they feared the
-omt. Their fears were, unhappily,
too well founded. In less than a year
alter the marriane all the evil qaall
imm nf Wadworth'a character man!
l.m .A tkmflvei. He ill treated bis
nnhaDoy wife in every way. He was
1,11a and dissolute, and while intoii
Frank then calmly walked dawn
stairs ard ua!d to the clerk. "Will you
have the goodners to tell me where
the neareet police eta' ion is, I have
killed my father and want to eive my
lie then wrote a dupaicn to dm
uncle, telling him be bad shot bis
father and requesting him to break
the news gently to bis mother. Nfit
he walked to tbelbiri.ttn street roiice
Station, and to Sergeant Keating, who
wax at the deek, ha said coolly :
"I have come bere to Rive nirten
up, as I have shot ray father.
lie eutrander tue aevoiver wim
which the deed was done and wan
U eked np. To the coroner Iranlc
Walworth told the deed ax follows:
I reside with my mother in tsara-
Intra, my father bavins' Darted Irom
brr some years ago. My la ner dm
not lived with my mother since we left
here three years sgo, but be nas re-
nettedlv sent us threatening and in
sulting letters. It isonly a short.time
ago since he threatened to shoot my
mother and mvseiL l auot mm us-
cause of this. Not long ago 1 met
him in the street ta Saratoga,
and than I told him if be did not keep
away from us, or insulted my mother
any more, I would shoot him. I told
him there were bounds wmca i woo u
nnt allow any man to so bevond with
impunity, especially wnen my mumor
was being insulted. I went to bis
boose yesterday and left a note for
him t9 call on me, which be did this
morning. When be came into the
room I to'd him to promise me that
ha would not threaten or intuit us
any more, which he promised. Short y
aitsrward we begin spesklog on family
matters, and be used some very in
anltlnor laniruaca and DUt bis band in
bis pocket as tnongn to eraw uu. a
ni.tnl. when I ahot bim. He then
ram a tnward me and I fired three ahcts
at bim. When I fired the last shot at
bim be had rae by the collar. I only
resret this on account of the tfKct it
will have npon my lamuy.
Mr. O'Oonor's defense of young
Wat .111th waa one of the most bril
liant loref sic appeals in the history of
American jurisprudence. Mr. O'Oon-
ACROSS THE WATEftS.
SOCIALISTS CAUSING GRAVE AP-
P2EHENS10N IX L0.1D03.
They Will Follow i he Lord Major's
I'rocmlon Bulgaria Ru-s a.
M. Laboula.y Holla the Bnanlaaa.
St. Fbtkwmthq, November 2. The
Journal de St. I'tlenburg sppreves the
urirx.intruent of M. Laboulaye as
French Ambairador, and says no bet
ter man could have been chosen to
maintain iood relations between
Francs and Kuseis. biised upon the
common interests of both.
ovemeaU of Ike Banlaa Craft.
Pabis. November 2. The llepublitju
Francaite bis a diepa'th from Vienna
stating that twelve Russian men of
war have U It Hebastopoi lor varna.
Baaala Will He ateenpy Balgarla.
Vienna, November 2.-The Ruatian
Government has reassured Austria
that Russia will not occupy Bulgaria.
Haalkara Will the HanaM.
Sr. PaririiBOBO. November 2. lae
Official Mtutnger says that Gen. Kaul-
bars refused to noiice the rtquest cf
the Bulgarian Government lor the
names of the Russians who
had been molested in Bslga
ria because the Bu'garians mast
know them. 6 en. Kanlbars preferred
to reply that he would leave Bulgaria
wltn all tne n JMian agenis on mo urai
act of violence oommit'ed anywhere
in Bulgaria ag'inat a Russian. This
answer, the Official Mruenger says, re
ceived high approval fiom the Gear.
Kaaalaaa Destroy las Placards.
Vabna, November 2 The Ru?s:an
Consular official, with the help of
hj Tried in the Crucible, &4s
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cated would act in such a manner that
his conduct became a byword at
Saratoga. He and bis wile shortly
after joined the Catholic Church, and
this for a time made such a change
in him that his wife fondly hoped
that happiners was about to dawn
upon her. Her hope was short lived,
lbs old leaven was loo s rong t) be so
easily overcome. and Walworth speed
ilv full iota his bid course. About
three years after the marriage an at
temDt bv bim to force an entrance
into a young ladies' boarding school
wai dircovered. and he was
forced to fife to avoid prose'
cution. Mrs. Walworth then went
to her old Kentucky home and
remained there for tome years. At
the ontbreak of the civil war Wal
worth obtained, through the Chan'
cellor's it flu: nee, a clerkship in the
Slate PoDrtment. but as be was de
tee'ed furni hing the information he
obtained by means of this position to
the Confederate suthori ies, he wai
mide a prisoner ol 8 ate, sent bark to
bis own town and forbidden to leave
its precincts. He reeumed his former
excessr as scon as domiciled in Sara
toga. When the war ended be was
released, and soon alter affairs be'
tween his wife and himself culmi'
oated. The old Chancellor died and
left neither Mantfield nor his wife
anything, and Mrs. Walworth pro
cured a divorce from him. She went
1 first to Kentucky, then obtained
clerkship in the Treasury Department
and after two years returned to eara
toga and established a girls' schooling
the old Walworth homestesd. Moan-
while ber divorced husband was ac
quiring some reputation ai a novelist,
and his literary occupations kept bim
from annoying his wife. As soon as
she reached Saratoga, however, he
commenced ta persecute ber by ad
dressing her letters containing insin
uations of the most insulting charac
ter. The boy Frank wis aware of
the nnhsppy lot of his mother,
bnt the letters were concealed from
him. His young life bad been cloud
ed by the dissensions which bad pre
vailed between his parents. He had
never known a father's affection; he
owed him bis lile and no more. All
bis love wss centered in the mother
The father, not content with inanlting
Mrs. Walworth, threatened to kill her.
and these threats reached the ears of
ber son. By some unlortunate cir
enmstsnce the letters which impugn
ed his mother's virtue and the lugi:i
maoy of I. in owa birth, fell into the
hauls ot Frank. He was a youth of
bighspiri), bnd he was detoimined
i not to stand by and tamely submit to
the defaiuHtiou of the mother whom
besodrarly loved and bis own diH-
gnne. He met hie liitlior in the st roots
of Saratoga, and, at the requeat of the
boy, the father primmed to abttnin
from his threats nud insults. It would
have beitn well for him had be ail
bored to bis promise, but he did not,
and in a short time he became worse
than ever, sending the unhappy wo
man epistles of a still more outrage lis
character. These again full int i the
bands of Flunk, and when his father
left home on that fatal Monday even
ing he followed him, the last meeting
took place.and the fearful parricide as
perpetrated which cut off a strong
man in the prime of bis lile, blighted
the future of a bright and promising
young man, and added the bittertst
pang to the cup of a noble woman's
life-long sorrow. Frank N. Walworth
reached this city on Monday after
noon, June 2, 1873, and, registering at
the Stnnevant House, was assigned a
room. He then left a nots at the board
lng house of his father, on Fourth
' avenue, asking bim to call at' the
hotel, as he wished to tryandstttle
some lamiiy matters. He then re
turned to the hotel, and at a quarter
past 6 o'clock a card was brouuht in
bis room, and when he saw his lther's
name, he said: "Kbowthe gentleman
rjp." The bny returned with the an
swer, and Mr. Walworth walked
quickly np to his son's room, hum'
mini as be did eo. When he was ad
roitted to the ro.m, the young mau
nlaned bis buck rgiiust the door and,
drawing bis pistol, presented it at h'.s
father a bre?st.
"For heaven's take, what do you
meant the lather cried. "Da you
mean to muider me? Think of what
you are doing."
The son shuddered. "I know yen
are mv father, but new you must die."
"Die!" shrieked the father. "Have
vou called me here to marder me
vonr own father?"
"Tea; may Gjd have mercy on your
soul, my fatber, but l tiave none.
Ton have threat ned and ic suited my
mother." The ftttlrer tank on his
kneei and enrolled for mercy, and
' promised to leave them aloLe and
never to interfere with his wife rgain
"Yon have lied before and v.ould
lie SRain. 1 cannot beliove you," was
the son's cold acswer. "Father, you
mu tdie. 8y vcur Ust prayer." An
inr-tant later tberewHsaflash, another
and the fatber staggered back. "My
eon," he breathed, save a gasp, and as
three more shots finished the work,
the pallor of death overspread his feat
r . !,. i liansa ar oiuuiai. kmu
?' c',1 P"V0r:h"Vh- asilors from the Russian men of war,
r.T.uu,l u . ..r.". nnt today tore down a numb.
bad not been taught to bate, bad not
been taught to love bis fathor. The
prosecution claimed that the crime
itted b cause the piisoner
failed to obtain a eat sfactory ssttle-
raent of the family ditllcuitiea irom
hi. fthRr not to annoy his mother,
The arguments of the counsel Kr the
Hrfunaa were based upon sevtral
grounds. He submitted to the jury
that a prisoner could not be found
guilty unless there wsb in his mind a
deliberate purpose to kill in cold
blord. He aho tried to persuade the
iurv that the pistol waa fired in self-
a!rno. and that he ac'ed under ter
ror." The statement of the prisoner
was to the eUeot that ho was guilty ol
no crime. His father treaed his
mother veiy cruelly. He said his
father had his grasp on bim when he
fired his la'.t shot.
Judge Davis, before whom the pris
nn waa tried, dwlivored a very ilH'
nrenaivH charge to the lury. He said
it was for the Jury to determine
olmtliar tha (atliHr did anvthing to
give the priionor a tight to say lhat
tiA fthr waa ahont to draw a pistol
to shoot. In spite of the able defense
of Mr. O'Conor, the pri oLer was
found guilty of murder in the first de
gree. He was sentenced to imprison
ment for life, and was taken to Sing
Hin in JhIv. 1H73. and was transferred
from thare to Auburn in D;cembr of
the fullowing year. In 1877 be was
pardoned by Gov. RobinBon. In May,
1881. he was admitted to the New
which had been pi
the Bulgarian Uovernmenr.
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poririu star lue tan wiua
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Nt oro, nor
Alllih hniTanl Ylaloai. Lilted oalm
O'er lot of bat and ntinneu, in her ial m
Power ! concealed; honelul, euo aivevu
n..nr?Nl .T.fli whn the fane ihell ore
For iieaoa, not war, and (wins aoroH tho
tT I tfii.n. frnm her flftlnin brand.
I.nw round bar feet the remnerU ne'er einln
Muit throb and gnian beneath an Iron rain;
Uiinnon are tore lor joycuu ean, or more
Metal for nta'uf f ; but the wnr ehli near
lli,r Inttv lontNliml mean, if war utuet be.
That ehe "hnll conquer t yet lur ladlier ita
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Cheered Ih the toiler, for that steudlmt alow
"rmhla the old brutal mauler, tee them
n. ut.lt. A.rM,l Mrlth fnravar fatrl
Orenpf not a oroaa, ararin an enchanted
1W day a flan that Hit their cyolei run,
Warrant by niuht of toon returnins "
O aift. from men of reliant doedl. who RAW,
When all men else were blind, the perfect
OKt of that land one hundred yean a no
Which yearned for freedom with tremen-
Fnn.ht lor a nenturv 'aalant alcantin oddl
1'hrunei. oaatei, all Europe, yea, the Tory
Vnil ArnklAll k lha hrAatll OT art
tlur bride from r ranee, warm puiaeoi M'
Franca the treat bulwark of Tepubllei new,
Hum once belora, when bom ma lyraou
To France, then, freedom! 1'ledte her net
Of earth but heaven, a neotar lores tlmei
tlnet . , ,
riedae her In iky-wine that the wild wlndi
From cloutln electric with lltaats itrefla.
r-trainlna from air the rery thunder'l inul
Till aa a Sama that hiilflan Ian will roll I
1'ledie nationi three, the beet of heart and
In mavtered 1 thtnlai o er the Tuty niatnt
To France the Fair I HolYetie'i peaki of
Anil Krln lattamj hv a lorillil five.
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Marveyor Beallle ImprevlaK.
Naw Yobk, November 8 Surveyor
Hans 8. Beatiie, who was shot by a
discharged customs inspector at the
Custom Honee yesterday, waa much
Improved tnia mnrning. ius pny-
sivian'a report upon his condition is
moot encouraging. The ball, which
is lodged iu the muscles of the left
side, has not as yet been probed for
or even located, but as the pstient has
had no Internal Hemorrhage, it is OS'
liHved that the hall did not touch a
vital spot. Uidnr the Influence of
morphine the suiveyor parsed a com'
Moat l.lhrly to raamdft.
B 'Ston. Mass., November 2. Rich
ard PreBton, a dealer in worsted goods
and tailo's' trimmings, doing bnsini ss
at No. 4(1 Bui ford Btreet, has disap
peared. It is learned that for some
t me past he ha been dabbling in
stocks and has tor; owed sums from
personal friends to the amount of
(150,000. His principal creditor Is
Thomas Ceng, of Lawrence, Muss,
Preston ba been absent for over a
week, and it is believed he is now in
number of placards
osted in the city by
The Rntsian Consul threatened to
land troops if the authorities at-
temoted to prevent the removal ol tbe
Trouble let Afcnanleiau.
London, November 2 The Indisn
Government bat received news from
Afghanistan, confirming the repoits of
Hie uprising oi inn uniir. u muoj nuu
stalimrthat the movement is spread
ing. Tbe Ameer is sending a Urge
force to Ohusai to suppress tbe revolt.
Sort ali ta 'auln( Aaxtefy.
London, November 2. The determi
nation of tbe Socialists of London to
make a demonstration on the rccasion
of the Lord Mayor's show is causing
the authorities much anxiety. The
nolice fear that the gathering cf the
Socialists will end in a riot, and I ave
warned shopkeepers, whose eslabliph-
ments are in t ie line to De taion oy
the procession, ti close their doors
and barricade their windows on that
Mow the Parties Stand,
Londox. November 2. The returns
of the municipal election, held
throunhout England and Wales yes
terdav show Conservative gains oi 89
and Libara! galas of 76.
The Good People tm Loadem
London. November 2. On Sunday
a censui of tbe atienaanca oi me
churches of Lindon was taken. It
showed that 400,000 persons attended
thn nervines in the morning sna 4io,
0W at night. The largest E tablished
Church. Bt. I'aui's. nan an evening ai
tendance cf 3403. Mr. Hpnrgeon's
rhnrih web at the heal ot tbe JJis
aentins churches, having a morning
attendance ot 4riu and an evening at
tendance of 6070.
England Wiala More Entente Con
Constantinoi'LK. November 2. Sir
William White, the British A nbassa.
d ir at Conttsintinople, upon present
ing bis credentials to the Sultan, (aid
he hoped thtra would be au increase
in tbe traditional Iriendsbip ana en
Unit cordiale between the two nations,
Tbe Sultan made a formal response.
nhrlalit Will KWbIu His Beat,
Dduun, N. veniber 2 In the mat
tor ot the petition of Mr. Haste, t, the
Conservative: candidate, too have va
cated on the ground of bribery tho
aat in tho Housd of Commons f i r the
Western Diviwuu of Bdlftst, for which
Mr. Sexton received a maiunty of
vott s, the judge bss decided that no
bribery has been proved. Mr. Sexton
prospects lor retaining tne seat are
Six Hundred Nkrlrtona In the Roof,
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France, in 1870, the former Domini'
can murcn nas uetn usea as a mm
tarv bakery. A few days ago it be
came necessary to examine the rnof,
and the arohitect was horrified to find
in the garret about 600 skeletons flung
pell mell. Medical experts declare
that they must have been buried at
ler-st three or four centuries ago. It
appears that when Nice was orenpisd
by the French troops in 17W2 the
monks were expenea irom tne Duua
inn. and the Chuich of St. Dominic
was converted into a national bakery
and it is supposed that in carrying out
the transformation the graveiinthe
floor of the church were emptied of
their contents, which were traus'erred
to the garret and flung there in heaps,
Most ol tne persons luterreu in that
church mnst have been members of
noble families ot Provence or neigh
boring districts, who possessed the
privilege of a place ol interment witlv
in the chuich 'forever' lhe ma
iorit v of the ikeletons were of women
probably among them was the skele
ton of a Duchets of Savoy who is
known to have been buried In that
churt'h. All there remains hsve bre
buried in one of the cemoteries of the
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360-363 Front Street Memphln Tenn.
Cidmu MhlnKlM. JLaths. to.
Oar fknllltlea are nninraafied by any law mill ia the Booth for HI. im omen PTJ""f
5fflir!.8Ulai. 8t!rL2a Crpreai Shlnalei a tpeoialty; alao. Tramtaj
f all iiaMaiioai. We make tbe wnoieeau i naauaw a irmai "
' aollaiud and promptly tiled.
QSO. 111YA1ILLEB, AOENT,
n. nt Jefferson Street - Memphis. Tennessef
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 314 Frf wt Street, Tomer ot Monroe, THomphK Tenn.
Me Me and Mere
The Tnrf onarfa tm He. limn.
bar 101 li.
Cincinnati, O., Novembor 2. The
Amurican Turl Congrnta convenes
here Novf iuhcr let. Delegations from
marly all racing aaaociations in the
coan'ry will be present.
, A PJffre Ia,anrrMillo Imminent.
Rai.kiqh. N. 0 , November 2. The
tncendiarr ept'bea of a nrtrro in
Randolph county last wek caused
excitement and led to his arrest.
Thnre were currant on Raturday re-
porta of hia lynchinft. This morning
Uov. Pculos received a telegram from
Capt W. Johna, of the Third regi
ment, Slate Guard", at High Point,
that nopro inaurroc'ion was immi
unit, and oUVring the servicei of his
company there. Gov. Scales re
sponded, instructing him to hold bis
men in readiness", but to take no ac
tion until ordered to do so. TheUov
ernor telegraphed for particulars.
TUB IMMKKBK POPULARITY OUR
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
LAN 0 STAFF &
I.AIKG STAFF BriLDING,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TEJIXI.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARa
IIlIVJBIff PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WAG ON SCALES.
P. V A POT1 A TORS AND SOKOIItTM WILLS.
E, M, APPERSON &
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
3B4 FRONT STREET. MEMPTTTS. TENN
. . . i . 1 1 1. aeaaVal ta. htajia
Day. attained. ha Jui MPrin W 'J Vlg? oTwill biirT KKW bSS
lmlUtlon. W hereby caution the Publ'0,lt.(l,V",X,. s i
on eoh box. and our Factory Number. , l ""'''J' 1
Iha only alUona Havana Slier oiaar on tha mat lor Ooanw.
GrXSO. X. IjIBS db CO.,
Factory 200, 31 District, S. Y.
Fr.n.lnll. P. Carlln. H. J. Heliter, R. Htiiter, E. Campbell UO.
FOR SALS BY 8. A
MOON &IJ0YNEB, 7holesale Agents,
. ........ nia.k. M. J. Clank
T71aolele Orocer, Cotton PafltoM
Anl Coamlssicn Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Ocmphis, Too
rrwna ana mm abb jbfFBM.
ARPilSTEAD & LUNDEt
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ko. 331 Front Street, Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn.