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Scoville has not yet finished his bill of exceptions.

The steamer Bahama foundered at sea in a hurricane.

There is a dark outlook for the money-market of Paris.

John McDonough, the actor, died in Philadelphia yesterday.

The antl-polygamy bill was discussed in the Senate yesterday.

Sir Henry Parkes predicts a great future for New South Wales.

Very few people attended the reception of Sullivan at Cleveland.

A new court-martial has been ordered for the trial of Sergt. Mason.

The funeral of Soteldo took place yesterday; it was largely attended.

Congress is far behind the work of the committee on appropriations.

The House committee yesterday recommended the bill making Dakota a State.

The jury of inquest in regard to the World building fire, returned a verdict censuring Mr. O. B. Potter.

The "dead-lock" of the New York Legislature was broken yesterday. Tammany voted with the Republicans.

Several powerful arguments were advanced yesterday by Land Leaguers at Edinburg, Scotland. Eight persons were seriously injured by the dynamite.

In the Virginia Senate yesterday, Senator Smith retracted all remarks made the day before, and Senator Riddleberger acknowledged satisfaction. This dispels all ideas of a duel.

In a "rush" between Yale sophomores and freshmen many students were injured. The sophomores took canes from the freshmen, who went in a body to attack their opponents. They were warmly received, and the affair became so serious that a squad of policemen had to be summoned.

There was excitement at the Adams school in Quincy yesterday, when the mother of a pupil who had been chastised entered the building and attempted to wreak physical vengeance upon the principal. The woman was with some difficulty quieted.

All the members of the senior class at Williston Seminary and many of the middlers cut recitations yesterday, on account of the refusal of the faculty to reinstate the men suspended for hazing. An attempt has been made to arrange a compromise with Principal Fairbanks, but it has not suceeded.

The professors of Yale College yesterday afternoon presented President Woolsey with a handsomely engraved gold medal, commemorative of the fifty years' service at Yale College of that distinguished professor. The presentation address was made by Prof. Thatcher, and was feelingly replied to by President Woolsey.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 16, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, warmer, fair weather, followed by increasing cloudiness, winds mostly southerly, stationary or lower pressure.

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