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SUMMON INC* OF THE AUSTRIAN AlLUY RESERVE. RM CBNTSAL SEWS" TKLKG BAIL.] BUCHAREST, SUSDAY. Orders have been issued bv the Austrian Government summoning all men of the nation belonging to the Army Reserve to return at once to j«in ui"ir colour?. There are large numbers of Austrians sojourning in this country who will be affeo'ed by this order, and as they are principally in some trade or profession, they will necessarily suffer considerable loss. THE CZAR AND THR PRINCE OF MING RELL\ r" DAILY XF.W3 TRLEGRAH.] ST. PETERSBURG, SCXDAY. 1 ana informed ON the best authority that Russia has abandoned the Mingreiian candidate. Prince Jfichoia*. during hi" last audience of the Czar, I 0e<"lared that he would not consent, to be proposed ÎJr *he Kul«ari-.i r> Throne 'inless hi3 Majesty expressly ordered him to accept it. The Czar nas again aiidrf>«sed himself to Prince Alexander of Oldenburg, who has ugain refused. He declared "hat- in Ins ludgnienr no loyal man could accept the Bulgarian Crown, because lie would be obliged, wirliin a short time, to deceive Kussia, Europe, or Bulgaria. CONTINUED ARMAMENTS BY THE PORTE. A TURCO-G3EEK ALLIANCE. • F*^DAILY TELEGRAPH TELEGRAM.] VIENNA, SUNDAY, ADVICES from Constantinople represent the PORTE to actively continuing its armaments, j Within till". hot FEW week* J>Hge-quar.titie,. of War 1Jw!éJ'iel have BEEN sent to .driarl"p;e, which hRS now BECOME A first-class olacw of arms. The forti- ried 'itie OF T«ch»tj»'«CH»I has been re-occuDisd. The German general, Ri51 "ff Pasha, is superintend- ing the FORTIFICATION or the Dardaneili-s, and for the first time since the Ru-ssrvTurkish wai the troops are practising rifle-shooting. The Turkish military preparation* are WATCHED with keen interest by the Sultan, WHO INSISTS upon receiving minutely- DETAILED reports fro;M the Minister of War. ACCORDING fc, tiiel'ol.iti.<cJie ('wespondezj:, there is Some prospect of a Turco-Ureek alliance, a project that is said to have bssu warmly advocated by 3-1r. Chamoeriiun during his recent, visit to the East. Mr. Ci«a:nberla>n*s arguments are said to have made a dieo impression on the King of Greece, and the idea of an alliance with Turkey :a represented to be popular with rite Greek people themselves. The Greeks quite understand that the n03ille attitude jhev hav- hitherto observed towards Turkey has been a mistake, and was chiefly caused by the interference of a third Power always: ready to make mischief. FURTHER PROPOS LS TO THE PRINCE OF .MINGKKU A.. [" 3AILI NMVS"' ?KL £ GRA."TT.L ST. FSTSK-iBURQ, TrssoAY. It I"* asserted here that, in spite of the refusal of 'he Mjngreiten Prince, fresh »Jfurt.s are being to persuatie him to accept the Hulgarian candidature. He h. been promised a pavment CJf several million roubles when elected, and a large! yearly subsidy. It is said that these proposals have very favourably impressed the Mingrelian Prince. PRINCE ALEXANDER TO BE AGAIN! NOMINATED. | ['* TIM S3 TIXEBXAM-L >T. PKS KKSBUKG, MONTIAT. Tne prevailing idea here in certain official circus is that the Unitarian n?>eutlf>-Regents*" intend to oppose every her candidature for the Throne | except 'hat of Prince Alexander. This is in con- fortuity with otScial r"p:>r's, ■"■■I also with state- ments putni.h^cl in the 2ic.">? Gazette as to the secret intentions of )1:\1. Stain bouloff and Com- j pany." The Kussian? believe that the Regents liavs all along been carrying on the Government for and under the secret advice of Prince Alexander of Battenberg, and are still sworn to bring him forward again at all hazards. Hence 11 re .unvilarion given to thera here of the "Tail of tiie Jiig-nheim comet. The Russian pre- sentiment that this is wi, the Regency i3 work- ing for, and what will in all probability come about, is str-netiiea^d by the i'.rm heIi.f that! Europe is disposed to favour any combination opposed to the views and wishes of Russia by mean* of secret encouragement given to thei Segents on the 00<> hand, and passive indifference or intentional lukewarraness towards every Russian proposal or candidate on the other. RUSSIAN UNDhRHANDEDNESS. | L"CK*TRRL NKWS" TELEGRAM.! CONSTANTINOPLE, WSDNSSUAY. Russian diplomacy is exercised to the utmost in ] irwieavouring 10 indues Turkey to undertake a simultaneous occupation of Roumelia with her own occupation ,,1 Bulgaria. The Russian agents -who M-o trying to Itrln¡; this about seek to terrorise the P<->rte by thrent"ning an immetiiate and perma- nent occupation of Varna and Bourgaa as a subs tan- tinl guarantee for the still unpaid war iudemnitv. In diplomatic circles it is considered pretty evi- dent that the Czar's real object is to entrap; Turkey into an arrnnjfetnent regarding Bu'garia .1milaf to that which it is thought England will make respecting Egypt. The Sultan, however, seemed proof against the snare.

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