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TUcrc was a $40,000 fire Monday ín Dallas, Texas. Vice-president Arthur spends most of bis time in Albany. There is now uo more land iu the state for future lcgislators to give away. The Ontonaeon aud Brult; Iiiver bill passed the señale by a vote of 23 to 8. Mrs. Frauk Leslie will mauage tho affairs of ber late husband, Frauk Leslie. The aduiinistration is in a pickle over the frauds that are being uneurthed daily. Gen. Grant thinks Cuukling should be re-elected, but will take no hand in the fi-ht. The Congregdtlonallats of Murlborough, Mass., were the firsl to adopt the revised New Testament. Jno. J. Roouey, of ïsew York city bas grown wealthy by stealing beer barrels for the past 20 years. The case of the people against Homer Andrews held for lareeny and robbery bas been continued in the Pontiac circuit court. It is generally conceded that the Readjusters ticket norainated in Virginia, will uoT poll over 6,000 votes. Billy Mahone bas evidently lost bis grip. M. DeLesseps bas beeu given pennission to cut a canal through the istbnius of Corinth. It is expected tbat five years willbe recjuircd to complete the work. It is no wonder senator Dorsey bas been sick. The star route fraud in whick he bad bis flogers was too niuch for bis iiddled braia to stand when the fraud was iliscovered. The officials Gen. Grimt had nrouml hira during bis adrainistratlon, were the most corrupt lot of scoutidrels that ever went unkuug. And the s:uue may be said of Huyes' iidininistrution. Enougb is being brought to ligbt daily to damn the whole lot eternally.


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