PARIS, Sept. 29. 1895
M. Pasteur died yesterday at Garches, near St. Cloud.
The end of the century seems to be bereaving France of all her great men. Thiers, Victor Hugo, Claude Bernard, Renan, and Taine have gone, and the lot now falls on Pasteur.
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