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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, October 31, 1877, Image 3

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The Mexican Question. W abhinston , Oot. 30.—Sfnor Mata’s de­ parture does not indicate the rejecsion of Bis effort to have Diaz recognized. Mr. Evarts means to t-eonre a more favorable treaty with Meiico, as prequisite to rocog- aition. Mr. Mata had no plenary power to conclude a treaty, and the subject therefore has been referred to Minister Foster ar City of Mexico, who will treat with the Mexican Minister cf Foreign Affairs. The signature of treaty would coust.Uute a recognition of Diuz order to General Ord. to pursue marauders ; across the Eio Grande, which has not been withdrawn, notwithstanding Mexico’s pro- ; test. Its withdrawal is declined, except as a conditicrn of a new treaty properly securing ] the Texa.s border. It is proposed to estab­ lish military lines parallel to the river, and fifty miles from it on each side. Patiols will , gpard the territory between the troops of either nation, and may pursue marauders across the border. Criminals captured on the side where the deed was committed, will he tried in that jurisdiction. Those caught I on the other side will be extradited. Places |uetobe designated where horses and cattle Imay cross the Bio Gr-.nde, and snimals cros- I ting elsewhere will be deemed stolen prop- |«rty. Mexico failed to surrender two of the El IPaao marauders, because the law forbids the jeitradition of Mexican citizens. The new Itteaty will prevent nationality from being a |b»r to extradition. Other stipulations will Iproteot American capital invested in Mexi- Icui enterprises. All serious difficulties in Ithe way of the arrangement have been re- Imoved, and it is expected the treaty will be Itmally concluded soon. P a ii a m a A d v ices. PlNiMA, Oot. 20.—An attempt was made bpteoibec 29th, to aeaassinate President purios of Oiutamala, by Felix Pajee, a fan- ^cal priest. The President was dining Uone in the town of i$an Pedro Jacopilas. the priest entered and fired a shot from a ■istol, which missed. The President closed ^th him, and a servant entered and shot the ffonld be assassin dead. The Electoral Commission has declared leogo elected President of the siate of . uma. A. Lima correspondent reports the death of ProfeBBor Orton, of Vasear College, about |ept. 24th, wnile crossing(Lake Titicaca, en- pute for Puno. The Professor had been for lometimein Bolivia, and tjie latest advices ire that he proposed visiting the Kiver fetii, which for some reason he decided to ielinquish, and was on his way home. It is (npp'fed malarial fever caused his death.— Tie body was interred on a little island, jlthin gunshot of the shore, in she port of Sentenced to be H a n g e d . [S t .L ouis , Oot. 30.—Wm.. Wieners, who tiered A. V. Tiawrenoe, in January, has ien sentenced to be banged December 14tb. QO TO YOUNG & CO., 207 East Church Street. Tor good COAL ot all kinds. Also DRESSEB LUM­ BER, SIDING, FLOORING, LATH, SHINGLES, and all kinds ot timher, SASH, WINDO-WS, DOORS and BLINDS. Will not be undersold. gLMENDORP & SHEPHERD, DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 130 W est W ater S treet , GILT-EDGE b u t t e r a specialy. Goods delivered •R A N T E D , Twenty-Five Soldiers’ Homestead Claims to locate in Hodgman County, Kansas. Apply at once to From 7 to 8 p. m . R e e d V e r g u s o n , No. 108 Baldwin Street. gLM IRA CO-OPERATIVE Manufactares of the Celebrated \EUREKA CIGARS, And other Fine Brands. Give us a call. No. 1 1 2 BALDWIN ST. ASTM.AN & CAMPBELL, 42 S E . W A T E R ST R E E T . SECOND HAND STOVES & FURNITURE. BOUGHT & SOLD. Stoves repaired. Patent Fire Brick fitted to any Stove. ^ ^ “ REFERENCE ;—All out old Customers. ^ ^ “Don’t mistake the place. We are three doors eastof another firm in the same business. JO TO M. L. DECKER, 2 4 8 WEST WATER STREET, FOR Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplies. Over eight years practical experience. G. W. DOYLE, M A N U F A C T U R E E & R E P A IB B R OF UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS, JSTo. 334 £ : j s r ST. Over T. Bums’ Grocery Store. Old Umbrellas recovered and repaired. “1HAS. W .TEED, WATCHMAKER. 202 South Msdn Street* 'specialty made of Cleaning and Repairing, Watches and Jewelry,

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