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Some Austrian reverses are reported at the hands of the Bosnian insurgents.

The insane asylum at Yankton, Dak., has been burned. Three inmates perished.

Gen. Stephen R. Hurlburt, minister to Peru, died suddenly of heart disease at Lima, March 26.

The body of Gen. Strelnikoff has been buried with full military honors, and his assassins condemned.

A furious wind and rain storm near Reading, Pa., has resulted in loss of life and destruction of property.

Two ocean steamers have collided off Cape Finisterre, Spain. Both steamers sank, and many persons were drowned.

The spinners in the Sagamore Mill at Fall River have resolved to quit work on account of trouble with the management.

President Arthur still remains mute on the Chinese bill. Various conflicting rumors abound as to his probable action on it.

The interest is increasing greatly in the Hanlan-Boyd race, and both men are confident. The betting is largely in favor of Hanlan.

It is considered that Minister Lowell has made every effort consistent with diplomatic usage in regard to the suspects of American birth.

The water has risen again in some of the Louisiana inundated districts, and additional reports have been received of the distressed condition of sufferers.

Cornelius J. Vanderbilt, brother of William H. Vanderbilt, committed suicide yesterday afternoon in New York by shooting himself through the head. The motive for the act is supposed to be mental derangement, resulting from continued ill-health.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 3, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, north-east. shifting to southeast winds, higher barometer and lower temperature.

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