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The final deposit has been made in the Hanlan-Boyd race.
The reduction of the public debt in March is estimated at $16,000,000.
The anniversary of the Sicilian vespers has been celebrated at Palermo.
Riots have occurred in Spain in opposition to the French treaty and the tariff reforms.
The Zuni Indians spent yesterday in Worcester, and departed thence for New York.
Another and more successful attempt has been made to destroy the Andre monument by dynamite.
The Senate committee on Territories will make a favorable report on the admission of Dakota as a State.
The Senate has passed the Indian appropriation bill. The army appropriation bill was discussed in the House.
The Russian General Strelnikoff, the public prosecutor of the Kieff military tribunal, was shot dead yesterday in the street.
The star-route cases came up in court at Washington yesterday. A motion was made to quash the indictments. The eminent counsel drew a large audience.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 1, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, slightly warmer, fair weather, winds shifting to southeast and southwest and lower barometer.
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