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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.

The Chinese bill goes to the President today.

President Arthur will not interfere in the Sergt. Mason case.

The funeral of Rev. Orville Dewey took place yesterday afternoon.

The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation at New York was burned last night.

There will be a general uprising of labor throughout the country in the spring.

Cadet Whittaker has been dismissed from West Point owing to deficiency in studies.

The President, in selecting the five commissioners for Utah, will nominate only lawyers.

Mr. Lane, the Exeter defaulter, confesses to shortage of $61,000. He is held in $10,000 bail.

Blaine's speech on the character of Garfield will be printed at the expense of the government.

Gilmore, the orchestral leader, yesterday received a bronze medal from the French government, for his services rendered in the exhibition of 1878.

An attempt was made last night to burn the military academy at Worcester. Three students, members of a secret society in the school, have been arrested.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 25, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, north west winds, shifting to west and south, rising followed by falling barometer, low but slowly rising temperature.

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