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Judge Gresham, the new Postmaster-General, will enter upon his duties today.

A large portion of southern Russia is inundated, and railway traffic is temporarily suspended.

The presidential party are fishing and shooting alligators, 28 miles south of Kissimmee, Florida.

The Ansonia Hotel, at Ansonia, Conn., was burned early yesterday morning, the guests escaping, however, without injury.

The cross-examination of the witness Miner was begun in the star-route trial yesterday, his memory in many instances proving very defective.

The trial of Joe Brady, concerned in the Phoenix Park murders, has been postponed. It is reported that Patrick Delaney, another of the accused parties, will turn informer.

The British government is using every effort to bring the dynamite conspirators to justice. The royal assent has been given to the Harcourt bill, and unusual vigilance is to be exercised in all directions.

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