PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR.
A WIDESPREAD CONSPIRACY
ST. PETERSBURG, May 18,
A widespread conspiracy has been discovered among the Czar's regiments at Moscow, Warsaw, and Zeligabitgarad, for killing His Majesty. Many officers and soldiers have been arrested, and three officers committed suicide in order to avoid arrest. At vVarsaw a search was made, and the detectives discovered a terrible bomb which it was intended to use against the life of the Czar.
The discovery of this recent plot has comEletely prostrated the Czarina, who has een suffering from nervousness since the accident to the royal train on the Azov Railway.
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PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR., Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR. Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
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