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WKME8D!A.Y, MAY 30,1877.
War Items. ^-7,
The Turk's principally are conflulng
their operations to the strengthening the
fortress upou the Danube, and all are be
ing made more or less i'onnidablo.butcon
centratiug their forces there of course
weakens their field forGes. AH ot their
forces north of the Balkan does not exceed
200,000 soldiers against 250,000 Russians.
Nikopolis was bombarded by the Uus
slans the 21st lust.
Several, .English ofllcers have passed
through Vienna on their way to the Turk
ish' army.
The Turkish needle gun was rather a
poser to the Russians and its accurate re
sults caused the Russians to bring up more
forces to Rtvtftnamii.
Sebaatopol is again threatened of being
taken, and its commander has ordered civ
fliariVuyquit the city.
The Russians captured 60 guns and
large quantities of stores at their capture
of Ardahan, losing 235 men, but the Turks
fled.
The severest battle of the war, is in pro
gress at Batroum, in which are engaged
large forces of both armies.
As a result of the councils of the Porte,
the Shiek has proclaimed a holy war
against Russia.
The Russian's movements are conduct
ed silently, as to announcements of the
press, of which detailed statements are
strictly forbidden.
The independence of Roumania will be
recognized by the Russians, subsequently
by Germany, France, and Italy but Eng
Jatiaand Austria will delay, if they recog
nize at all.
The Russian Bear has shook his head at
the Bey of Tunis, and threatens to bom
bard his capital, should aid be rendered
the Sultan of Turkey.
The Turks seem to have suffered a great
er loss at the battle of Ardahan, than they
would at first admit, as the commander of
Garrison is to be courtiuartialed, and that
they are hard pushed, is illustrated by the
fact that, all horses belonging to both civ
il and military functionaries have been
ordered to be surrended for the use of the
army.
The Circassion revolt in Asia Minor, is
embarrassing the movements of the Rus
sian aruly in that province seriously, as
the out posts are frequently attacked by
the Mahommadan insurgents, and the Rus
sians near the frontier were compelled to
retreat from a large force of Circassians.
It has been made a matter of question
in the President's Cabinet at Washington,
whether it expedent or necessary to iss'ie
a proclamation of neutrality, in relation to
the war between Russia and Turkey, but
is thought that there is no such necessity.
Applications have been made to the
State Department for assistance l'or the
medical and other branches of the Rus
sian army, but Secretary Evarts declares
that owing to our position of neutrality,
such assistance can not be rendered.
France and Italy are not to be disturbed
by the present war, in the ordeal elai
ions
that exist between them.
The exhibition of 1878, to be held in
Paris that year, is liable to be postponed,
on account of the complicated state of af
fain.
A dispatch to the IT. Y. Times from
Paris, says "France will doubtless pio
nounce overwhelmingly against President
McMahon at the elections, even if the Sen
ate gives a majority in fay or of. the disso
lution, which very doubtful. The refus
al of the Senate to authorize dissolution,
would inevitably cause ilcMahon's resig
nation.
The Czar will remain at Bucharest dur
ing the war, and will witness the passage
of the Danube, by the main body of his
army.
Floods are prevailing in the valley of
•the Bistntza, water remaining waist deep.
A battle is expected at Erzeroum short
ly. The right wing ot the Russian army
is at Old, uicl the left at Van.
The bombardment of Kara by the Rus
sians, has slackened.
60,000 intantry, and 50,000 cavalry, have
concentrated within the fortifications at
Shumla, and are held in readiness to
march, but is thought by the generals that
they will not be called into action, for at
least a month.
Several thousand Circassian horseman
are on their way to Shumla.
Another Turkish monitor has been
blown up, on the Danube, by means of
launches bearing torpedoes.
Sir Arold Kimball, a British military
attache, says that the Turkish qrmies in
Asia lack every thing an army should
have, except courage and patience and
thinks the only difficulties the Russian
forces will have to encounter there, are
those of the climate and that they will
pot find any military resistance.
Constantinople, during the past few
days, has been filled with rumors of im
pending dissolution.
—The most powerful grasshopper exter
minator is kerosene, and it is being gener
ally accepted.
TheAbchasian villages of Akaba, and
Maid, near Batonia, were attacked on the
25th," hy a detachment of Russians with
two guns, but they were repulsed by the
Abchasians ceiefs, who assembled all the
available forces, and drove ttiem back
with a loss of 150 killed and wounded. A
Russian major and four captains were
among the slam.
The steamer Braimell, from New Ha
ven, Ct., has arrived in Constantinople,
with munitions ot war for the Turkish
army to the value of $1,000,000.
The Russians crossed the Danube be
tween Ibrail and Reni, regardless of the
Turkish monitors.
An Austrian steamer was fired upon by
the Turks from Raliova.
The Turkish Chamber of Deputies have
demanded the impeachment of Mahmoud
Pasha.
A large and combined force of Russians
are marching against Olti and Bardez now
held by Pasha Mukhtar, and the Servians
are said to haye arrayed for the passage of
the Russian army through their territory,
and that Prince Milan will declare war
when the Russians have crossed the Dan
ube.
The Russian fleet which visited America
lately and was anchored in the North Riv
er at New YorK, has sailed direct for Cron
stadt.
It is believed that an understanding ex
ists between Russia, Germany and Italy
that the Grand Duke Nicholas only in
tends to enter Canstantinoole for the pur
pose of demonstrating the Turks that
they are crushed and that he docs not in
tend to retain the city.
The Turkish troops that fieri from
Ardaha&VYcrc defeated in a mountain near
Jfors.
Bereft hundred Jews rendered destitute
homeless,, and starving at Wid^in, have
taken refuge undee-the rear of tlic fortress,
The most of the families belonging to
wealthier class, have fled from Eupntu
fjatogimi'ernpal and other towns in the
interior. Business houses arc all closed.
The Persian minister has repudiated
$nv warjike intentions, while the Shall
'palntairs with the Porte friendship befit
jyig^tbrtWfRgrrat Mahomedan nations.
mm
in a rccent proclamation the Czar for
bids the granting of letters of maryue.r
Also declares his unwillingness to accept
the proposal made at the reccnt confer
cncc at Brussels.
On Wednesday afternoon the 28d inst.,
the Russians commenced cannouadintr
along the line in front of Batoum, and
their fcrcc has been strengthened by 20,.
000 men from Ardalian. The Grand Duke
Nicholas commands in person.
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PRINCIPAL AGENCIES I
CHICAGO, 66 Lake St.
NSW YOBK, 39 Union Square.
BOSTON, 470 Washington St.
PHILADBLPHU., 119SCh0rtM*8fc'
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These fwiitriiieiilfs are noted for tlutar van,
ty of tone, and superiority of artJoulaUonTrh^Sfl
no "breaking doira." The Treble develm^J*
thp Agraffe one
of the gmtfmt
bT
nnSS£-.a•.the
No trouble or expense i» spm] to produce 1
strument of the most snnnrfor qualltv to
it one of the most perfedt in the wX BpfSS?
cloua application of all the late invention* fn!^I
working machinery together with an entirelr
inal system of distributing th« labor on «««&
parts have enabled us to produce all
instramim
THAT IS FIRST-CLASS
in every respect, at
Prices Below all Competition
They are furnished with the improved
French Grand Action,
the very best in ns.
l^"The Keys and Ivory are also of the
Most Superior Quality. Heavily Struif
WITH THE BEST IMPORTED WIRE
The Cases and Plato being made vsry strong
bear the strain.
O a
In regard to those instrument* we will say. alfi
instruments are Pally Warranted
FOR THE TERM OF FIVE YEARS
This we can safely do, as nothing in their constats
t.ons has been slighted. Every instrument is thor
oughly inspected by our Superintendent fMR
BOBEBT HORNBAKEK.)beforeIlrSlowil VoSi
the
?in'8.h'n« R00™- In connection
wth this, allow ns to state that our superintendent.
Mr. Hornbaker, has been engaged for over fifteen
consecutive years in our Factory, and is thoroughly
conversant with all the different departments. It is
(we may almost say) principally by his nntlring and
well-directed efforts our instruments have gained
their superior reputation, and a reward for his faith
ful performances of his duties in the promotion of
our business, and rendering our instruments second
to none, we have styled our Organs,
The Hornbaker Organ,
MR. EZRA MORGAN, superintendent of onr tun
ing department, is well known by reputation (if no
personally) to the most of our prominent manufae
turerB and professional tuners, having had a eontia
ued experience of over twenty years, and is pro
nounced one of the best in the country.
CORNISH,^WINTER Cot,
Washington, M. J.
We give you as reference, the following persons,
many more could be added, but we deem it unnec
cessary
James H. Groff, Mayor, and Vice-President 1st
Nat'i Bank P. H. Hann, Cashier 1st Nat'l Bank
Rov. M. E. Ellison, Pastor of 1st ME Church Bev.
8. E. Webster, Pastor 1st Pres. church Bev. J. B.
Kugler, Pastor 1st Pres. church, New Hampton, S.
J., Rev, A, M. Jelly, Baltimore, Md., Thomas Hen
ry, Alderman, W ^shington 0.8. Roberts, Alderman
Washington Oscar Jeffry, Counselor at law E. W
Johnston Co., Wholesale Hardware Merchants.
Voraisli, Winter & Co.,
WASHINGTON. N. 1.
PERFECTION
ATTAINED AT LAST1
A TRIAL will INSURE ITS POPULARITY
EVERYWHERE.
M1MM
IThsa ones used will ntala
place forever.
IT IS CELEBRATED FOR ITS ADVANTACEK
IN THAT IT IS ONE OP THE LARGEST SEWINC
MACHINES MANUFACTURED,—ADAPTEB AtMC
TO THEJUSE OF THE FAMILY ON THE WORK
SHOP. IT HAS THE LAR6EST SHUTTLE. WITH
A BOBBIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL
THREAD. W
THE SHirrTLE TENSION IS AOlUSTABLf
WITHOUT REMOVING THE SHUTTLE FROM THE
MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED
THAT TH£ POWER 18 APPUEO DIRECTLY
OVER THE NEEDLE. THUS ENABLING IT TCI
SEW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITM VNT
EQUALED EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLT FT*
CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON: ANA
STEEL CAN MAKE IT. ALL ITS WEARING
PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, ANFT
INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FO*
TAKIMO UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUSR
TIFIED IN
Warranting Every Uachine for 3 Yearsk
IT IS THE UGHTEST'AttaCASIEST-RUNNINa,
MACHINE IN THE MARKET. IT1S, ALSO, THt
MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTEO ANd
PETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED.
V.'ITil ALL THESE ADVANTAGES. IT IS S0«
FROM Sl& IO $25 Ltb9 THAN OTHER FIRSU
aes ftlAf!f1NFl
F.XCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TERRITORY ClYEf*
TO A3ENTS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED)
FOR CASH OR ON' CREDIT. wm.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND TERMS TO
pttSsciijUu!iiuC9,i
358- Euclid
CLEVELAND^
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