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GOT AWAY 'ALIVE.
Empress Frederick Departs
Safely from Paris.
A EOYAL RECEPTION IN ENGLAND.
One Kenlt of the French Hysteric Falls
on the frontier Charles IlradLtugh's
Atheism Fat lleyond Doubt Up to His
Prath Precautions Taken to Preveat
Any Assertion of His Conversion
Truflt Made Out of Persecution t i Ras
sia Foreign Notes.
London, Feb. 28 The Empress Freder
ick agyeu as uover. irom France, at 5
io"cloci. yesterday afternoon. An immense
crowd was at the pier and greete 1 her
with loud cheers, while the artillery thun
dered forth salvos of welcome. Thu em-
inss was well and in the best of sDirits.
Upon her arrival at London she wa met
liy the Gernwia ambassador, Count Halz
leKlt, aud the Prince and Princess o! Bat
icuhfr. The prince and nrincess escort
L.l her to Windsor, where a guard of honor
met and escorted her to the castle. The
streets were tur nged. The queen will
L-ive a banquet in honor of th im
jcount lialzfeldt and Admiral Goltz are
The Departure from Paris.
There is no doubt that the sitUAti in in
Paris when the empress left was decided
ly grave. The hour of her departure was
kept secret and hundreds
detailed to fiee that she departed without
inuu. upon toe approach of the impe
rial traveler to the
(quickly formed in two lines, thus enabling
kue empress' carriage to drive up to the
fetation without haviug any portion of the
Mvronu ueareoougn to the empress to do
ilier injury shoull such have been tie in
iteation of any of those present.
A Fact That la Self-Evident.
The TemDS. commenting on tha viiif. r.f
jthe empress, says that however the ilicy
fcf Germany tnwnrrl j rr.i..o i
fc.wied, the spirit of the French nation
man ueen uncnanged. The incidents of
tie visit do not preclude relations of per
tect courtesy between the two govero
Jnents, nor are those incidents likely to
fiisturb the relaxation of the
iituation due to the Hi
iiiarck and Crispi.
A Sequel to French Spleen.
Uerlin, Feb. 'J8. The Keichsanz;iger
ates that Chancellor CaDrivi hon rii-
iecu-d Prince Ilohenlohe, the governor of
!sace-Lorraine, not to mitigate any far
$!ier the stringency of passport regula
tions on the frontier, and not to extend in
lay degree the facilities now accordi d to
Ine inhahitAnta nf thh Vrnni.h
- - - .uvu vuuiui uurq
a the frontier.
Glnd the Kin press Is Alive.
Deulin, Feb. 'JS. -There is a sense of
jreat relief here that the empress got
iifely out of Paria The substance of the
lewspaper comment is that it will be a long
tinie before Germany will make another
r lenaiy overture to France.
BRADLAUGH DIED AN ATHEIST.
ind Took Particular Pains to Have No
.Mistake About It.
Loxdox, Feb. 23. The reoorts that have
n in circulation that in the earl v stapes
what proved to be his last in nfRc Mia
e Charles Bradlaugh recanted the Joc-
fines of infidelity which he had Rn run.
tently championed through his life
ive received a final nn ipt.ua hv t.h h;,.
ery among his private papers of a lonir
utement written after he had been rnn.
ted to his bed and headed "My Hereny
jusuncauon." in the conrsn nf t.hia
per the writer says that the believers
1(1 sometimes been niorpiluii !.:
- - ..wj.j UUUIL
?ad, and he had been sometimes me rci
il to their living. They had used aga nst
im nearly every weanon which n..t
:rsecution could call to its aid.
Reiterates His irnhnr
Yet he had not been broken or an n.
ay, but. knowincr as he did tha nm..r,i
s that the avowal of heresy still m ide
u is patn, ne reiteratea that avovaL
owed it to those who had hw
l.ited with him and had been devoted to
im for more than a auartr nf
- . I t il-
iry. some of them having ninnri
i shoulder with him for forty years, that
laving at least once leaned over the' edge
it the grave, although he had not fallen
into the blackness of death, he made no
avermg, ana tnat ne justified his heresy
His Daughter's Precautions.
In addition to this Mrs. Bradlantrh n
ier. daughter of the deceased.
lad taken the precaution to nrncim
gned testimonials from the indenend mt
ind imoartial witnesses in tbniiiiiM
Inon her father during the four woks
riur iu uu?ueata mat ne was not neardto
Itter one word, either directly or indirect
ly, bearing upon religion or anv religions
MAKING PERSECUTION PAY.
tiissinn Speculators ISuvincr Jewish Pr in
ert j for a 8oiik.
LoxDOX.Feb. 2a One of theJewish fam
es expelled from Novgorod has arrived
It Willenberg, Prussia, near the Russian
)')rder. They report the total nnmiicr
K families expelled from the city of N jv-
;irod as 817, and from the rural districts
Mjoining ninety-four. The family.whose
fc ime is Kaplan, give a hideous account of
he suffering caused by the enforcement
the anti-Jewiah laws. One Jewish
fcerchantwas found dead with Lis wife
pd their five children, also dead. It was
opposed that they had taken poison. In
lie merchant's hand was grasped the 110-
?e of banishment. The property of the
piles Is being bought up for a song by
Brewers Against Teetotallers.
London, Feb. 2a- The English brewers
re organizing politically and give ac a
feason for preparing to take an actire
are in the next general election tb at
at candidate for parliament court the
or of teetotallers because the latter are
well organized The brewers nowia-
nd to show that they are more of a
htwer than the teetotallers.
The Pope Will Not Talk Polities.
Home, Feb. S3. Daring the fetes next
k-ek celebratSug the pope's coronatioa,
holiness will receive the members of
fe sacred college, but will not refer to
'uicai questions, as he desires to nrw
perve the course of the new ministry.
The Times Wrongs Us.
London, Feb. 23. The Times, oommens-
IS on aq article in The Washington Pot t
the Canadian elections treats with sav
the professed disinterestedness of
Amencaus. From an American point
of view, undoubtedly, if commercial anion
should be secured, there would be no
n.eJto hurry the political union.
The Kaiser and the Vorklngtnen.
London. Feb. 28. A Berlin dispatch
says that the emperor has given evidence
of his desire to establish arbitration in
labor disputes by a personal order that
all differences between the government
and working people employed by it, shall
be settled iu this way.
A Little Prince Seriously III.
BERLiy, Feb. 28. The infant son of the
emperor, who has been seriously ill for
some time, but who was thought to be
well on the way to recovery, has suffered
a relapse. The emperor's physicianw'ivere
hastily summoned to the palace yester
day. OBEYED HER PARAMOUR.
A Mississippi Tragedy That Is Unique la
New York, Feb. 28. A Greenville
(Miss.) special say the killing Thursday
of W. T. Anderson by his wife, aided by a
plauter named Scurry, was one of the
most sensational tragedies ever enacted in
Mississippi Mrs. Anderson left her three
children Monday and did not return until
Thursday. Her departure was to keep an
appointment with Scurry. Scurry met
her at the station as she arrived, and,
giving her a pistol, told her to go and
shoot her husband. Holding the gun in
her hand, she walked toward her hu
band's hous. only a few steps from the
track, in which he and the childreu were
The First Attempt a Failure.
The little ones seeing their mother's re
turn were filled with joy, but the husbaud
started to meet her with a pistol in his
pocket. They met on the porch and with
out a word the wife aimed the pistol at
fcer husband's head. Drawing his own,
Anderson knocked her putol from her
hand and hit her in the face. A few peo
ple from the train had gathered about,
and a negro disarmed Anderson. The
wife went to some place near the train
and rearmed herself with another pistol
and a hatchet. Then she returned, ac
companied by Scurry, who called on An
derson to come out of the house and he
would kill him. Anderson, being un
armed and fearing Scurry.who was armed,
A Regular She-Devil.
Amid the screaming of her little chil
dren the woman with Scurry then kicked
open the door, and both leveled their
revolvers at Anderson. Scurry's pistol
snapped fire; the wife fired and shot
Anderson in the thigh. Anderson grap
pled with Scurry, and iu the sc utile re
ceived another and a fatal shot from his
wife's pistol, the ball entering his head
just below the temple. The woman then
rushed out of the housa brandishing her
pisiol wildly. As she ran she exclaimed:
Ishot him. 1 have killed him." The
woman and Scurry have been arrested.
FOUND THE MISSING REVOLVER.
V. J. KUiott's Gun Run Dowu by a News
Colimbcs, O., Feb i'S. The revolver
with which William J. Elliott fired the
shot that killed W. L. Hughes, and also
wounded Albert C. Osborne in the chin,
Monday, was traced down by a Dispatch
reporter late yesterday. The reporter
found a school boy who had seen Elliott
hand his revolver to Al Bauer, an ex-base
ball player, and upon interviewing Bauer,
that person admitted that the story was
true. He had been asked by Elliott as he
was walking by his side to the station to
take the revolver. Elliott bad spoken in
a whisper, and he (Bauer) had done as de
All the Shells F.mpty.
Every shell was empty, aud Bauer had
taken them out nnd thrown them away.
He had intended to turn the revolver over
to the public prosecutor as soon as the
preliminary trial was held, but that had
been delayed and he still kept the "gun."
The boy who gave the first information
did so with reluctance, as he was afraid
the Elliotts would shoot him for telling.
Baner was arrested last evening and put
in the state's prison for safety.
THE DESTRUCTION OF YUMA.
Only One Building Left in the Town
The Waters Receding.
Ycma, Ari., Feb. 28 The water is still
running over Pierre bridge and the river is
still rising. The people have abandoned
all the houses and have gone to the hills.
The telegraph office Is now operated from
the Southern Pacific hotel, which stands
on a high point. Every building in town
except this one has been destroyed. In
order to prevent the bridge from being
carried away by the freight depot being
set afloat, the building was blown up
Later. The river has dropped seven
teen inches in one hour, and Yuma resi
dents are feeling less anxions. All the
country eastward for twenty miles is
under water, and the Southern Pacific
tracks are washed out for fully that dis
tance. Trains are running between El
Paso and Tucson, but westbound passen
gers are held at Tucson.
One Killed, Six lladly Hurt.
Buffalo, N. Y.. Feb. 28.-A bad wreck
occurred on the Erie road at East Buffalo
last evening in which one man was killel
and six others badly injured. The man
who lost his life was John Bottonelly, a
brakeman. The two men who were most
injured were Engineer Maloney, of the
Erie, and Engineer Dietrich, of the
Lehigh Valley. None of the passengers
was hurt. The accident was caused by a
collision between the Lehigh Valley ex
press train from New York and a wild
cat freight on the Erie bound for Black
Rock. Bottonelly leaves a widow and
Senator Quay la Very Bad Health.
New York, Feb. 28. Private advices
from Florida, whither Senator Quay went
in search of health, indicate that hu con
dition bas in no wise improved, and that
if anything, be is not so well as when he
left Washington City. His friends here
believe that he will never be a well man
again. It is expected on this account that
Senator Quay will at the next meeting of
the executive committee of the national
Republican committee tender his resigna
tion as chairman.
The Brazilian Reciprocity Treaty.
WAsnxsaTOJf Crrr, Feb. 28. The presi
dent sent to the senate yesterday, in an
swer to a senate resolution, copies of the
Brazilian reciprocity treaty and corre
spondence relating then to.
E. L. Wood, a foreman of a factory in
Haverhill, Mass., was fyied $10 Friday for
permitting women and children to work
mora than ten faooxs a day.
ARGUS. SATURDAY. FERRHAKV
ANNA DICKINSON CASE.
The Distinguished Woman In an Insane
Asylum Without Donbt.
WiLKESBAKRE, Pa.. Feb. 28,-MUs
Anna Dickinson occupies room 43 in the
female department of the Danville insane
asylum. A reporter called there yester
day morning. She refused to tlk to him.
When the r porter turned to go away
Miss Dickinson shouted: "Take me back
to Pittston, won't you? If you haven't
t me, won't you get somebody to do It?
They Lave got me locked up and they
mean to pohon me. I shall not eat a
thing as long as I am here."
What the Physician Says.
The physician in charge was asked
what he thought of Miss Dickinson' ca-.
It is too early yet to make a prediction."
he said. I shall have to ascertain firt
something about the patient's early Id
tory. I have sent a blank paper to Dr.
Hileman, the family physician, requesting
him to furnish me with a history of the ca
I have made an examination of ifis
Dickinson's physical condition and find
that she is broken down; she is emaciated
very much. I have prescribed a certain
kind of food. If she eats well iu the next
ten days I will be able to make a goo 1
diagnosis of the case."
Twentysfive fully developed cases of lep
rosy are reported at New Orleans.
George Bachman hanged himself at bis
boarding house at Chicago. Friday.
The well-known base ball player James
Fogarty is reported dying of consumption
Georga C. Ingham, one of the foremost
criminal lawyers of Chicago, died of heart
disease Thursday night.
John Johuson, a professional nurse, is
in jail nt New York for robbing a patient
upon whom he was attending.
Fifteen men were burned it the iron
works at 1'ottstown, Pa., Friday by an ex
plosion of molten metal. No one was fa
The entire edition of the Sioux City
(Iowa) Volksfreund was seized by the
postmaster because it contained a free
Civil Engineer Robert E. Peavy, U. S.
N., is preparing to start on a polar expe
dition about May L He proposes to go on
foot across Greenland.
Floods are creating havoc in New York
state. Schenectady was inundated Tour
diy, and the streets left full of hnge cakes
of ice. Railway travel is mfcch impede.!.
The executive committee of the Repub
lican League of the United States has is
sued the formal call for the fourth na
tional convention to hi held at Cincinnati
Mrs Leslie Carter's theatrical proper
ties were attached nt Omaha Thursday on
the suit of Dr. Clark tiapen for f l,V0 due
him as a witness in tho celebrated divorce
trial at Chicago.
John Wilson, a Baltimore uian who
loved whisky not wisely but too well,
made a charge of drunkenness against
himself Friday, had the judge fine him
and then took the commitment to jail
himself aud had hiuself locked up.
The American Tobacco company, of
New Jersey, has purchased the National
Tobacco works at Louisville. The com
pany controls ull the big cigarette bouses,
and the purchase is raid to be the first
move toward forming a cigarette and plug
Frank Rafus, a negro of Pine Bluff.
Ark., went home druuk and tried to kill
his wife aud daughter with a pistol. The
daughter choped off one of his arms
with an ax, and then struck him in the
breast. He ran off, and was found in the
woods next day dead.
Deacon Smalley, of East Harwich.
Mass., has a pretty wife, and Deacon
Buck is said to be too familiar with her.
A band of White-Caps provided with
i-witches, tar aud feathers visited Buck's
house the other night and not finding him
at home left word that they would call
again unless he mend-d his ways.
Tho Weather We May Expect.
WASfTlNOTON ClTV. Feb. The following
are the weather indications tor thirty -six hours
from 8 p. m yesterday: For Indians Rain or
snow Saturday: winds shifting to north wester
ly; colder by Hunday, the tflnierature falling
at Indianapolis to nearly 10 decrees by Sun
day morninjj- For Lowor Michigan Cloudi
ness and snow; colder by Saturday, tempera
ture falling to about 11) decrees at Detroit and
Port Huron Sunday morning; winds shifting
to north westerly. For Wiitronain Winds
shifting to northerly; clearing Saturday. The
temperature will fall to about 4 degrees at Mil
waukee, to aoro at Ureen I Say and be at frees
lng by Sunday. For Upper Michigan Snows;
colder, northwesterly winds. For Iowa Cold
er, northerly winds; snows in southeasterly.lair
in northwest portion. The temperature wi'J
fall to zero at Dubuque and Davenport and to
a boat 7 degrees below sero at Dus Moines by
Sunday. For Illinois Snow; clearing during
Saturday in northwest portion, colder, north
erly winds witha coll wave in southern por
tion. The temperature will fall to about 5
danees at Chicago by Sunday morning.
CnicAoo. Feb. 7.
The quotation on the board of trade to-day
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 Fobrnary,
opened and clneed Mc: May, opened and
closed 9Th:; July, oituned Wlf-4", cloeod. tOc
Corn No. S February, opened Mic, cloned
May, opened dosed &Vc; July,
opened Mlc, cloeed Selc. Oats No. Z May,
opened 4Hlc closed &:; June, opened c,
closed 4rc; July, opened 44-, closed ii-r.
Pork March, ojiened S9.50, closed l.53; May.
opened t.m, cloned t8.87; July, opened (10 1.
closed J 10. 94. Lard -March, opened tier,,
Live stock Following were tho prices at the
Union Stock yards: Hugs Market opened
active and prices steady and unchanged; light
grades f3.4tt33.lX: rough packing, 14033.45:
mixed lots, $3,4063.61); heavy packing and
shipping lots. $J.iJfct3.ffi; pigs, t2.6uA2.ju,
Cattle Beef steers, f4JE34.W; .stockers and
feeders, S3.2V33.flu; cows and bulla, . f L2j3.S0;
calves; $3.S0Q5.?&. Sheep Active demand;
Sl.aXft6.25; lambs, 5.0U&2b.
Produce: Batter Fancy separator. Sic par
lb; dairies, fancy fresh, SftdSc; packing stocks,
fresh. 12&15C Eggs-Freeh candled, loss off.
16c per do. Dressed poultry Chickens, BQByio
per lb; roosters. So. ducks, lOt&iac; turkeys,
mixed lota, lUlSc; choice hen turkeys, tS&,t
13c; geese, 7Sta- Potatoes White Boss SB&SKk.
per bn for seed; Hebron, 8SQSB; Peerless, K3
WOc; Bar banks, tKQKo; Early Ohio seed, f L4fcj
I. 5l. Sweet potatoes Jerseys, $3.003&X Ap
plesCooking, 3.OX&4.00 per bbl; eating, 4XO
&H.90; choice, $3,7514.50. Cranberries Bell
and cherry, SS.00tf9.UO; boll and bugle. Siauoa
New York, Feb. r7.
Wheat-No. 2 red winter, S1.L&4 cash; do
March, Kin: do May. tl 0M. Corn -No.
mixed cash, 6tc; do March. 65c; do May,
&$6o. Oats Steady but quiet; No. z mixed
cash, 5Sc; do May, do July, 62&c Bye
Dull. Barley Dull. Pork Dull; mess, $10.50
11.10 for new. Lard Quiet; March, $-i.M;
- Live Stock: Cattle-Market steady; native
sides, $4-6035.50 ) W3 I; Colorado. (4.40. bulls
and dry cows. S3.HU&4JB- Sheep and Lambs
Market shade higher; sheep, 15 0025 V H
. lambs, W.00&7.UQ. Hogs Nominally steady
Uve hogs, S3.404&.lfc:tt V 1W W
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