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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, August 04, 1877, Image 1

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ELMIRA>ai^ BAZOO. VOL. 1 ELMIRA, N. Y., AUG. 4,1877. NO. 30 A'FArs BOILED DOWN. The District Attorney at St. Louis has filed a civil suit afjainst Win. McKee, to recover half a million dollais dainajies, arising out of the fiaiids committed hy the .St. Louis Whiskey King. The prompt resistance oC forty citiiiens to the iiioh at Sciaiiton on Tuearlay, saved the city from Pittsburg's fate. Not one-third of the miners favor a strike, but are overawed by a few irres])onsible rioters. Gov. Pedel, of New Jersey, authorized the Colonel of the Ninth regiment to retain on his pay roll all men who lost employment while on military duty, and to issue rations to them and place them on furlough so that they can find Work. All quiet at Scranton. The Secretary of the Tiea.siiry has issued a call for the redemption of ^10,000,000 in 5-20 IIOIKIS of '65. 'I'he recent scenes in the Commons caused a serious split in the Home Rule party. It is stated that Mr. Parnell will be proposed as Honorary President of the Great Britain Home Rule Confederation in place of Dr. Butt. It is understood that Ls.aac Butt will resign the lead- ership of the Home Rulers on Monday. The following is an account of the Russian retreat: The road from Poreden, Bulganeni was cumbered with broken and retreating troops wholly destitute of order, officers without sol- diers, soldiers without officers, without cohesion and mostly without arms. At the narrow bridge near Bulgareni, there was a wild confusion and complete block. Tumbrils, ambulance wagons, provision wagons, officers' coaches led horses and carts filled with wounded. There had been wounded all along the road, but the bulk of the wounded began a little way beyond Bulgareni, and extended in an unbroken line for seven miles along the road to Sistora. A staff officer estimates the whole force lost between 6,000 and 7,000. The Czar is overwhelmed with grief .at the Russian disasters. 134 WIST W4T11 ST., Will Be Found GREAT BARGAINS in all departments of DRY GOODS. Don't fail to call and see. ONE PRICE ONLY! m mnm m m\mi 134 West Water. E. C. GEORGE & CO. Practical'yob Printers, 136 EAST WATER, We are Sole Agents in Elmira for PBAKG.S' CELE- BRATED Illnmlnated CARDS. J T If you wish to smokĀ« a fine cigar, try the , J_(, l\j J. L. R. J. L. Radin, 714 John street, Elmira, N. Y.

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