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Parnell is on his way back to jail.
Mr. Melville is confident of finding De Long.
Guiteau refuses to acknowledge Mr. Scoville as his lawyer.
The sentence of Dr. Lamson has been respited until April 28.
On and after Wednesday the House will meet at 11 o'clock.
Freylinghuysen will not retire from the Cabinet, as was rumored.
The archbishop of Halifax, Rev. Michael Hannon, died yesterday.
The Mason case will be argued in the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
The House yesterday considered the question of strengthening the navy.
The Senate yesterday discussed measures for improving the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.
Secretary Chandler took the oath and entered upon the duties of his office yesterday.
The director of the Bank of Sicily has been abducted by brigands, who demand $15,000 ransom.
Capitalists desire to lease the water-power at Harper's Ferry for the generation of electric power.
The trial of the Malley boys begins today at New Haven. An effort will be made to prove an alibi.
It has been proposed to the House to repay to Great Britain the unexpended balance of the Geneva award.
The St. Petersburg prefect of police received a basket of eggs for a present; on examination the eggs were found to contain dynamite.
The men who killed Jesse James were indicted by the grand jury and sentenced to be hanged, but were at once pardoned by the governor.
Base-ball games yesterday - Providence, 29; Atlantic, 1, at Brooklyn. Worcester, 3; Philadelphia, 2, at Philadelphia. Buffalo, 18; Alleghany, 3, at Pittsburg. Cleveland, 7; Cincinnati, 4, at Cincinnati. Detroit, 6; Louisville, 0, at Louisville.
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