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The New York Park Theatre was burned last evening just before Mrs. Langtry was to make her American debut. Loss, $250,000.
Pensacola reports nineteen new cases of yellow fever, of which six are at Nixs on the Perdido, sixteen miles distant, with but one death.
Livingston Hall, of the Fisk University for colored pupils, at Nashville, Tenn., was dedicated yesterday. Prof. Northrop of Yale College delivered an eloquent address.
Philip B. Swing, judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, died last night at his residence at Batavia, O. Judge Swing was 62 years old.
In the late six-days walk the receipts were $26.763, and the expenditures, $21,443.53. Fitzgerald received $3649.24; Noremac, $1149.62; Herty, $599.76; Hughes, $99.89. Hughes refused to take this amount.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 31, 1. A. M. For New England, fair weather during the day, followed by local rain, winds shifting to east and south, with falling barometer and stationary or slight rise in temperature.
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