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Erzeroum has been placed under martial law.
All political offenders in Egypt not already dealt with have been granted amnesty by the government.
The funeral of the late Hawaiian minister will occur in Washington today, and the remains are to be buried at Mt. Auburn.
The funeral of M. Gambetta will be public, and will be held in Paris Friday. The interment will be in the Pere la Chaise Cemetery.
The temporary injunction recently obtained by the Western Union Telegraph Company against the Mutual Union was dissolved yesterday by the Supreme Court of New York.
The closing argument for the prosecution in the Dickson star-route bribery case was made yesterday, and that for the defence began. A decision will probably be reached today.
Professor William G. Sumner of Yale College delivered an address on the "Democratic Theory of Public Office" last night, before the Civil Service Reform Association of Rochester.
The devastation by the recent European floods is widespread and terrible. In Germany a large number of houses have been swept away, and thousands of persons have been driven away from their homes.
In the Senate yesterday Mr. Logan continued his speech in opposition to the Fitz-John Porter bill, and a substitute was introduced for the bills providing for the forfeiture of certain land-grants to certain railroads.
J. D. Taylor, Republican, was yesterday elected to fill out the unexpired term in Congress of the late Mr. Updegraff, from the seventeenth Ohio district, and General Joseph Wheeler, Democrat, was chosen to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Lowe, in the eighth Alabama district.
In the House a bill was introduced for transferring the revenue-marine service to the Navy Department, and a bill was passed conferring authority upon post-masters to administer oaths to importers of books. A bill was also passed placing tobacco exported by rail into Canada and Mexico on the same footing as tobacco exported in vessels.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 3, 1. A.M. For New England, fair weather, northerly, shifting to southerly winds, falling, followed by rising temperature, stationary or lower pressure.
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