It was reportcd on the 5th that cholera in a virulmit form had appeared in several Russian towns on the Polish frontier. Advices of the 5th say that President Celman, of the Argentine Ropublic, had resigned, and that deputies who vote against aecepting the rusignation, were threatened with death. Advices of the 6th say that President Celman of the Argentino Kepublic had withdrawn hls resignation, the Senate refusing to accept it. At the session of the International Medical Congress. boing held at Berlin on the 5th, Prof. Virchow, president of the congress, stated that 7,0511 membership cards had been issued. Of this number 623 were issued to American, 421 to Russian, 353 to British and 173 to French physicians. It was decided to hold the nezt congress in Rome in 1893. Moffkt Coi.i.kgk, on Isle Perrot, near Montreal, Can., was burned on the morning of the 7th, and the 300students were reported to bo quartered in outbuildings and farm houses. Advices of tho 7th say that the Hungarian town of Moor had been almost totall y dcstroyed by ñre and that many persons lost tlieir Uves. Thb election of Pellegrini to thePresidency of the Argentino Republic on the 7th caused popular rejoicinjj at Buenos Ayres. A denree promulgated raises the state of siego and declared the liberty of th pross. Abïices of the 8th say that twenty of the passengors who were on the train that was derailed and thrown down an embankmeut into a marsh near Pitzen, in Bohemia, wero missing, and it wa feared that they were drownod and their bodies washed away. Tuk spread of cholera in the south of Spain was on the Stli suid to havo caused a panic amon? the inhabitants, and a genera] uxodus had bdgun to the north of Spain and France. The mortality at Jeddah was said to be about 100 daily. The Socorro mino, noar Hermosillo, in Sonora, Mox. , was flooded on the 8th and twenty minflrü wre drowned. The Treasui-y D'partmont at Washington was ad visad on the Sth that leprosy existed atnong the Cuban omployos of the ffi-o.it, cigar factorioi %% Key West and Ta upa, Kla.
Ann Arbor Courier