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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The trial of Arabi Pasha has again been postponed.

A great strike is imminent among the Montreal shoemakers.

The property left by Thurlow Weed is estimated at $2,000,000.

The Mally blackmailers were dismissed yesterday on account of a fault in the indictment.

The mails between New York and Denver are being systematically and successfully robbed.

The Vermont Senate yesterday passed a bill commuting the death sentence of Almon L. Meaker to imprisonment for life.

In the New York city courts Rev. Thomas B. Conway has begun a suit against Justin D. Fulton for $40,000 damages for libel, and also to recover $400 salary.

Dispatches from London state that the Prince of Wales has written a letter expressing the hope that the sentence of William Brookshaw to ten years penal servitude, for sending a threatening letter to his royal highness, will be reduced.

R. M. J. Paynter, for many years Richmond manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company, and at the time of his death superintendent of the Southern Telegraph Company, died at his residence at Richmond, Va., yesterday, aged 42.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 24, 1. A.M. For New England, cloudy weather, with light rain or snow, southerly, veering to westerly, winds, stationary or lower temperature and pressure.

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