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Gruner, the celebrated German engraver, is dead.

Conkling has sent his declination to the President.

The overflow of the Mississippi river is doing much injury.

Parliament has passed a resolution congratulating the Queen.

Gen. Skobeleff's brother-in-law is continuing the agitation in Paris.

The Chinese bill was taken up in the Senate yesterday afternoon.

Matt Lingham, the well known actor, died yesterday at New York.

The Republicans were generally successful yesterday in the Maine election.

New regulations have been prepared for the redemption of mutilated currency.

The sugar interests are endeavoring to bring about the abrogation of the Hawaii treaty.

Mr. Scoville has submitted to District-Attorney Corkhill the bill of exceptions in the Guiteau case.

Senator Davis of Illinois introduced a bill yesterday to provide for the construction of the Illinois and Mississippi canal. It appropriates $1,000,000 to commence the work.

Sir Stafford Northcote yesterday moved in the House of Commons that the House should not permit Mr. Bradlaugh to go through the form of repeating the words of the oath. His motion was carried.

Canal work is progressing at the hospital grounds at Panama. Immense amounts of machinery arrive by every steamer, and the company is putting it in place as rapidly as possible.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 7, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, colder northerly to westerly winds, rising barometer, partly cloudy weather and occasional light rains.

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