FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.
There is trouble among the stove-makers in Pennsylvania.
Burrows' anti-polygamy bill passed in the House yesterday.
In some places in New Brunswick four feet of snow fell.
Yesterday was unusually dull in the New York stock market.
Robert Lincoln, it is rumored, will succeed David Davis in the Senate in 1882.
Justice Hunt's resignation was given to the President by Chief Justice Waite.
Mr. Ingalls yesterday argued in the Senate against the repeal of the pension arrears legislation.
In the wrestling match for the American championship, Muldoon won over his opponent Christol.
Sullivan and Ryan will have to fight in some place outside of Louisiana, so says the governor's latest proclamation.
A special service in honor of Rev. Dr. Bellows will be held in Channing Memorial Church, Newport, next Sunday.
The Lalande astronomy prize of the Paris Academy of Sciences has been awarded Prof. Swift, of Rochester, N. Y.
The President has conditionally accepted an invitation to attend, in company with the secretary of war, the annual dinner of the Harvard Club of New York, Feb. 21.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 7, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, northwesterly, shifting to easterly, winds, stationary or higher temperature, followed by falling barometer.