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Firearms were used against strikers at Cleveland.

The Yale alumni met at Delmonico's last evening.

Bolossey Kiralfy has been arrested for breach of contract.

A strike of 1300 Boston 'longshoremen seems to be impending.

All the jurors in the Malley trial have been chosen and sworn.

The Revere House, on Lake Memphremagog, was burned yesterday.

Canon, the Mormon delegate to Utah, is charged with murder.

The jury have brought in a verdict of $100,000 in Kilbourn's favor.

Terrible outrages have occurred against the Jews in Balta and Ilopolo, Russia.

An appropriation of $15,000,000 is advocated for the improvement of the Mississippi.

An appropriation of $95,000,000 has been recommended to aid public school education.

It is expected that by next week the central mill in Lawrence will be running with the full compliment of hands.

The score in the Meagher-Driscoll race at midnight was: Driscoll, 25 miles, 1/3 lap, and Meagher, 25 miles, 1/8 lap.

Startling revelations have been made concerning the sending of German convicts to America, by the Berlingler Tagblatt.

The defence in the Bowdoin College hazing case was opened with the argument that the students were searching for cider.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 22, 1882-1 A. M. For New England, clearing and fair weather, northerly winds, higher barometer and stationary temperature.

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