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A general strike of coal miners in Ohio is imminent.

Three more cloture rules have passed the house of commons.

Kellogg's Congressional seat in Louisiana is to be contested by Acklen.

The Republicans are contending for the admission of Dakota as a State.

The trunk lines have agreed to a general advance in east bound freight rates.

A royal decree has been issued summoning the Spanish Cortez to meet on Dec. 4th.

The Porte insists upon sending a commission to settle the affairs of Egypt, in spite of England's objection.

Seven persons were drowned in the East river last evening, as the result of a collision in the dark between a barge and the Norwich line steamer City of Worcester.

The President's next message will reiterate his former recommendations on civil service reform. It is said that he charges the responsibility for non-action on this question upon Congress.

The National Academy of Sciences continued its sessions yesterday at Columbia College, New York City. Papers were read on scientific subjects by Profs. E. C. Pickering, C. H. F. Peters, G. F. Becker, C. F. Chandler, Theodore Gill and others.

A heavy gale was blowing around the English coast yesterday, particularly in the southwest. A brig has been lost, with all hands, off St. Ives. A small vessel is ashore in St. Ives bay. Another vessel has been totally wrecked at Hoyle.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 17, 1. A. M. For New England, fair weather, followed by increasing cloudiness and local rains or snow, southerly, veering to easterly winds, stationary or lower temperature and pressure.

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