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Bolivia and Chili have made a treaty of peace.

Vennor predicts a general storm next Saturday or Sunday.

The undivided balance of the Geneva award is $12,000,000.

Elliott, the English oarsman, is at the hospital in New York.

Senator Morgan yesterday made a speech on Sherman's funding bill.

Scoville's speech yesterday arraigned Grant, Arthur and Conkling.

Senator Lamar was re-elected to the United States Senate yesterday.

No substantial progress was made in the star route cases yesterday.

It is said that Scoville is talking against time, in order to throw the trial over into next week.

At some places in New Hampshire yesterday the thermometer stood 24 degrees below zero.

The steamer City of London, out from London since Nov. 13th, has not yet been heard of.

The 14th annual meeting of the Woman Suffrage Association is now in session at Washington.

The property of Wm. H. English has been attached for the payment of some campaign debts.

Helen Wallace and Bonnie Castle were the winners of the running races at Savannah yesterday.

The water in the Mississippi floods has reached an unusually high point, and it is still raining.

A committee was appointed at Washington yesterday to procure a suitable monument for Webster.

It is found that the government was defrauded in the last eleven months of 104,000 acres of Minnesota land.

It will be found in the coming elections in England that the land question has effaced the old party divisions.

A bill is before the House looking toward the amelioration of the condition of steerage immigrants to this country.

A bill was introduced in the Mississippi legislature yesterday to prohibit northern prizefighters from holding contests in that State.

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