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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

President Arthur and General Grant are to act as pall-bearers at the funeral of Ex-Governor Morgan in New York today.

Booth's Theatre of New York was yesterday sold to Mr. James D. Fish, president of the Marine Bank, for a trifle under $550,000.

In the U. S. Senate, yesterday, a remonstrance was presented from Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes and others against a reduction of the tariff on books.

In the star-route trial yesterday Rerdell, one of the defendants, turned state's evidence, retracted his plea of not guilty, pleaded guilty, and testified at length in behalf of the government.

Additional testimony was taken yesterday at Dublin in the case of the Phoenix Park murderers. Several more witnesses positively identified the prisoners as being in the park at the time the tragedy occurred.

The Ohio river is subsiding, and it is believed that the greatest danger is now over. Relief for the sufferers by the flood is coming in from all parts of the country, and is being systematically distributed by associations organized for this purpose.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 16, 1. A. M. For New England and the Middle Atlantic States, occasional rain, followed by slightly warmer, partly cloudy weather, easterly to southerly winds, stationary or slowly falling barometer.

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