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A probable murder was committed in Lynn last night.

Base-ball yesterday: Buffalos, 20; Clevelands, 1. Detroits, 8; Chicagos, 0.

President Arthur and party will leave Washington for New York tomorrow afternoon.

Mr. Parnell's speech on the repression bill is said to have been of a very moderate and apologetic tone.

At Epsom yesterday the Epsom grand prize was won by Quicklime, Marden second. The royal stakes race was won by Limestone, Silver Bell second.

Returns up to midnight from the municipal elections held yesterday in all the cities and towns of Virginia indicate the success of the readjuster-coalitionists.

Very important testimony was given for the defense in the Malley trial yesterday tending to prove an alibi for the Malleys and Blanche Douglass on the night of Jennie Cramer's death.

Guiteau seems to be confident that Mr. Reed will succeed in securing a respite, and perhaps a commutation of his sentence; but like Mr. Reed, he is reticent as to what the next move will be.

William A. Hall, who absconded from Newark, N. J., was arrested yesterday. The amount said to have been taken by him is $35,000. He was formerly employed in the office of the city treasurer of Newark.

The trial of James Fitzgerald, alias the "Kid," charged with fleecing Charles Francis Adams by means of the banco game, was finished yesterday. The jury brought in a verdict of guilty. The case will now go to the Supreme Court on exceptions.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., May 26, 1882-1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, winds mostly westerly, stationary or higher temperature, generally lower pressure.

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