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Gen. Burt is still alive, but his condition precarious.

Bibbey defeated Daley in wrestling at Fall River last evening.

Stocks yesterday in New York were weak and fluctuating, and speculation was fickle and feverish.

At the New York dog show the prize for Skye terriers was awarded to Geo. Walton's Pepper, Boston.

Chas. Darwin, the well-known scientist, died yesterday at his home near Aspington, Eng., after a short illness.

Only one more juror was secured at the trial of the Malleys at New Haven yesterday. This makes nine jurors now secured.

Among the President's nominations yesterday were those of Alphonso Taft of Ohio as minister to Austria, and Gen. Badeau as consul-general to Havana.

Base-ball games yesterday: At Providence - Providence 21; Lowells 1. At Philadelphia - Troys 8; Philadelphias 6. At New York - Metropolitans 13; Worcesters 5.

Mr. W. H. Hurlburt appeared before the foreign affairs committee yesterday, and defended the record of his dead brother, the late minister to Peru. Ex-Secretary Blaine will be examined Monday.

The tariff commission bill was discussed at some length in the House yesterday. Among the bills passed by the Senate was the House bill to appropriate $450,000 to supply a deficiency for printing.

A horrible tragedy occurred yesterday forenoon in West Somerville, in which Edward R. Prescott, a retired merchant, murdered his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Russel. Violent domestic troubles caused the affair.

In the legislature yesterday, the metropolitan police bill was the occasion of a long debate.

Resolutions were passed favoring national education, and bids for State printing were asked for. - In the Senate, reconsideration of the elevated railway bill was refused.

Foreign. A recent circular by Mr. Clifford Lloyd in regard to the duty of self-protection in Ireland was the cause of unusual warmth of expression in the House of Commons yesterday. Mr. Sexton insisted on Mr. Forster causing its withdrawal. - More serious anti-Jewish riots have occurred in Russia with loss of life and of much property. - In Russia an imperial order has been issued prohibiting military men from publicly delivering political speeches.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 21, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, north westerly winds, higher barometer, stationary or lower temperature. Cautionary signals from Smithville to Eastport.

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