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AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA.

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ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE COUNT…

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ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE COUNT BISMARCK. T BERLIN, MAY 7. This afternoon, about six o'clock, a well-dressed man fired several shots from a revolver at Count von Bismarck in the Unter den Linden Street. The would-be assassin was immediately arrested, having been seized by Count von Bismarck himself who was not wounded by any of the shots. BERLIN, MAY 7 (11 P.M.) The attempt upon the life of Count von Bismarck was made at five o'clock this evening, as the Count was returning on foot along the Unter den Linden, after having an audience of the King. Upon reaching the Schadow Strasse he was fired at from behind by a man who discharged at him two barrels of a revolver. Both shots, however, missed the count, who immediately turned and seized the man. In the struggle which ensued between them the assassin fired three more shots from his revolver. Count Bismarck remained unhurt, with the exception of a slight contusion. His clothes were also burned by the nearness of the three last discharges. The perpetrator of the attempted assassination, who waa immediately arrested by the police, is a man 35 years of age, a son of the Republic refugee, Car! Blind. It appellrs that he came from Hoheuheim, in Wurtemberg, with the deliberate intention of assassinating Count von Bismarck. BERLIN, TUESDAY. Blind, the assassin, while unobserved in prison stabbed himself in the throat nine times with a pocket knife having several blades. The physicians declared the wounds not dangerous, as no important artery was severed, and he was put in a waistcoat, but he died this morning.

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