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Dr. Carver won a match for Pound 200 yesterday.
The public debt was reduced about Pound 10,000,000 last month.
There has been a falling off of late in the internal revenue receipts.
Gen. Hancock has been making a visit to Washington.
Senator Hoar opposed the Miller Chinese bill yesterday in a long speech.
A banquet has been given at Rome to Mr. Walker, consul-general at Paris.
In the legislature the sale of the State's railroad stock was discussed yesterday.
The New York stock market was very irregular yesterday, and the variations violent.
Gen. Skobeleff has been closely watched by the police in Austria. He has left Vienna for St. Petersburg.
The Senate will take action upon Conkling's nomination today. The chances of confirmation appear about even.
There has been a big break in the levee at Concordia, Ark., and a damaging overflow, with some loss of life.
A mysterious explosion occurred yesterday at the railroad depot at South Framingham, by which several men were hurt.
It is thought that the sentence of death imposed upon the Nihilists will be commuted to penal servitude. The prisoners were ably defended in court.
A remarkable cave has been discovered in Kentucky, in which have been found very full traces and relics of a prehistoric race. It is hoped that the key to the great mystery has been found.
Rowell has increased his lead in the pedestrian race, with Hazael second and Hughes third. An unprecedented record of 358 miles for three days has been made. All the men are hard pushed.
A bill has been introduced by Senator Vest to prohibit the issue of national bank-notes. The new Congressional Library and the Chinese treaties were discussed in the Senate, and the Peruvian question also came up. The Indian appropriation bill was passed by the House.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 2, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, light rain, followed by clearing weather, south to west winds; no decided change in temperature; rising barometer in the southern portions.
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