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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD AND ADVERTISER.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

One of the jurors in the Guiteau trial has become insane.

A statue of General Garibaldi was unveiled at Caprera, Italy, on Sunday.

Major Wesson of the regular army admits that he has embezzled $54,000.

The informers in the recent Phoenix Park murder trials are to be sent out of Ireland.

Between forty and fifty members of the Texas legislature have been indicted for gambling.

An alleged Fenian plot to blow up the Welland canal has been unearthed by the Canadian authorities.

Mr. Frank C. Bangs, the actor, was married in Plymouth Church last night by Mr. Beecher to Miss Agnes Leonard.

A terrific tornado visited Greenville, Texas, on Sunday night, demolishing 150 houses, wrecking several churches, and doing much other damage. Only one person was killed.

Base-ball games yesterday. - At Boston, Bostons, 2; Clevelands, 0. At Providence, Providence, 5: Buffalos, 1. At New York, Chicagos, 5; New Yorks, 2. At Philadelphia, Detroits, 9; Philadelphias, 3. At Providence, Princeton, 12; Brown, 1.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., June 5, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, south to west winds, rising followed by falling barometer, stationary or slight rise in barometer.

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