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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Gen. Garibaldi's health is much better.

Three levees in Mississippi have broken.

The post-office at Ashford was burned Sunday.

The widow of Daniel Webster died on Sunday night.

The Lynn Ice Company is harvesting ice 22 inches thick at Milton, N. H.

A large portion of Gallatin County, Ill., is overflowed. The water is still rising.

A malignant disease is committing ravages among the Italian imigrants in the city of Mexico.

There is a rumor that, unless the condition of Russia improves, the Czar will abdicate after his coronation.

The rumor that Gladstone was about to resign is not true; the situation, however, is declared to be serious.

A fire at Cincinnati last night destroyed the manufactory of the Miami Oil and Soap Co., all but the storage rooms. The loss was $100,000.

Rowell has scored 150 miles inside of 24 hours, which is the best record yet. Hughes is second, Hazael third, and Hart fourth. The building is crowded.

The steamer Columbia, Anchor line, made a run of 17 1/2 days from Palermo to Boston. This is the quickest run that has been made yet between Boston and Sicily.

One of the immigrant passengers landed at Castle Garden, New York, has undeniable horns. These appendages are about an inch long. Their owner is very proud of them.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 28, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, northerly, veering to southeasterly winds, stationary or higher temperature, followed by falling barometer.

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