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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

FROM THE BOSTON HERALD AND ADVERTISER.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

A hundred exiles will soon be permitted to return to Cuba.

Keene's colt, Blue Grass, was winner of the Ascot biennial stakes yesterday.

The thermometer reached 96amp;dg; in San Francisco yesterday, and touched 93amp;dg; in New York.

Nothing definite has been heard from Gen. Crook's campaign against the hostile Apaches.

W. S. Roulhas of North Carolina has been appointed secretary of the civil service commission.

The Iowa Democrats have nominated L. G. Kinne for governor, and Justin C. Clark for lieutenant-governor.

Military preparations on an extensive scale are being made by the Chinese to repel the French aggressions in Annam.

The Ohio Republicans yesterday nominated Judge J. B. Foraker of Cincinnati for governor, and William G. Rose of Cleveland for lieutenant-governor.

Base-ball games yesterday. - At Boston, Bostons, 6; Clevelands, 1. At Philadelphia, Philadelphias, 20; Detroits, 4. At Providence, Providence, 12; Buffalos, 3.

The Barber boys, notorious outlaws, were captured near Waverly, Iowa, on Tuesday night, after a desperate conflict, one man being killed and three severely wounded.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., June 7, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, partly cloudy weather, light local rains, southerly to westerly winds, stationary temperature and stationary or lower barometer.

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