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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The President signed the Chinese bill yesterday.

The Supreme Court has denied a writ of habeas corpus.

At Wallack's last night the new play of Bellairo's entitled "La Belle Russe" was produced with marked success.

Large rewards have been offered both by Irish societies in this country and abroad for the apprehension of the recent assassins.

The Duke of Manchester, Lord Mandeville and Lord Elphinstone are guests of the governor-general at the government house in Ottawa, Ont.

Lady Frederick Cavendish left yesterday for Chatsworth. Prior to her departure, Mr. Gladstone called upon her to bid her farewell, and both were much overcome during the interview.

H. H. Warner of Rochester, N. Y., offers three scientific prizes: One for the discovery of comets in Great Britain and America, and two for meteoric stones seen to fall during the present year.

When the Pope heard of the assassination in Dublin he sent instructions to the Irish bishops to request the clergy to express from their pulpits execration of the crime, and exhort the faithful to respect the law of the land.

Chas. Moore, lately from America, an ex-soldier, has been arrested for the murder of Cavendish and Burke, and other arrests are being made. The car in which the murderers escaped has been traced to County Kildare.

Games yesterday. At Boston - Boston, 13; Troys, 14. At Worcester - Worcesters, 0; Providence, 9. At Hanover - Browns, 12; Dartmouths, 9. At New York - Metropolitans, 6; Philadelphias, 8. At Cincinnati - Pittsburgs, 2; Cincinnatis, 0. At Philadelphia - Athletics, 7; Atlantics, 3. At Camden, N. J. - Baltimores, 7; Merritts, 1.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., May 9, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, warmer, cloudy weather, with rain, southwesterly winds, lower pressure.

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