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The labor troubles at Pittsburg, Pa., have all been amicably settled.
The local Land League of Montreal has forwarded $1000 to the treasurer of the Irish league.
The funeral of John J. Dwyer, the pugilist, took place in Brooklyn, N. Y., yesterday afternoon.
It is stated that 800 persons not provided with passports have been expelled from Moscow within the last few days.
A salute of seventeen guns was fired from Ft. Monroe Saturday, in honor of the arrival of Secretary of the Treasuary Folger.
The mixed wrestling match between Ross of Louisville and O'Donnell of Toronto at Louisville, Saturday night, was decided in favor of Ross.
The French Senate, Saturday, discussing compulsory education, rejected, by a vote of 167 to 123, an amendment by M. Jules Simon, requiring school-masters to teach their pupils duty toward God and the country.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 13, 1882, 1 A. M. For New England, cooler, partly cloudy weather and occasional light rain or snow, south-west to north-west winds and rising barometer.
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