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 - nnsuc- Rogers. presence in- at BRIEF...
nnsuc- Rogers. presence in- at BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC MOTES. Additional Lightning Flaihe*. The new Batavia poetofflce wa« damafed by tire last evening. Tbe board of trade and tbe authorities of Chicago decided that the fir»t of January no market quotations should be transmitted to ·hop*. r U is believed this will close nearly 300 of them in various parti the country. The steamer Carrie of the steamboat company sunk yesterday afternoon in tbe James river while ing to Petersburg, Va., witb a cargo. The pas«tnger* and crew narrowly escaped. Judge J. S. Lambert of Fredonia at the Geaesee Hotel, Buffdlo, Wednesday. .Prince Arizongova, uncle of the P erior of Japan, arrived in New show- j J««*«l»* '"" Europe, o f j Daniel Goodwht of Peabody, IQ squalor the other day, left $35,000 worth of * ^cause he8 to Brad»treet this week from the lending trade cent fee of A. j country reveal widespread two : m f t n r ' o t ' S enfiral fade. The failures 230, a decrease of 17 corn- the . psrr(1 with ]ag( . weefe The meHingof rubber manuftcturert i in New York yesterdny, shoe decided to In the York, | country December 23,1 tor a week bus- j afterwards reduce production ' It is said this Is done to reduce Sen- a fr of rubber. The sentiment of the bouse is very decidedly in favor of reducing letter postage to two cents, A vote on proposition will be taken to-day. this One thousand British troops have j n U started for Soudan from Cairo.

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  1. Dunkirk Evening Observer,
  2. 16 Dec 1882, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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