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Telegrams.' LIGHT?J: KG FLASHES. The bill to abo:ish the franking priv ilege was d seussed on Thursday iu the Sen 'te and la'd a ide- The House got excited the same day over taxat:"u. Tlia vote on the iueoiiio t ix b 11 was to be taken yesterday. yes-terday. Guvrnor Seward his had an attach at-tach of pan y-is His right arm is : almost entirely useless, 1 is left arm j hoinewhat infected, and Mi voico is thi -k and husky. Toe Fein'a s, after maVi-g them I felvcs as-es h tur ed their "iuva- sion" on tie UaiteilS;ates,pub ic char-I char-I ity he'piug them to get h- me. Tiveii-j Tiveii-j ty five loads of 'heir caetured st res l have arrive! at Mn'o-.e. Sever d loads ot kfap.-ac's, clothing and equipments wer aban'onud and burue'.l. Tho valiant Canuciis, having beaten forces that cever iried to fight, are stil. terribly excited and see a Feniau army in every wayside bush. ; .Nothing the matter with Governor Seward; his health is all right; so says a Lter dispatch. That's the way cews is iua.de. Sm41 pox has reapp'ared iu Brooklyn Brook-lyn and is increasing. Sixteen thou and one hundred and taei ty-three Uermau immigrant' arrived ar-rived in New York m May, nearly oil proceeded West. "Spotted Tail" and party interviewed inter-viewed President Grant, Secretary Belki ap a d Commissioner Parker t n Thur-day. The "pjw wow" wus fati-fa t ry. Thera is a majority ia the House for a reduction of t' e income tax and an iocre-ite of exemption to 2.U00 doll rs. The U. S. Government is asked to interfere in b hlf of the Jews in liou-mania. liou-mania. Relapsing fever continues in Phila-fh Phila-fh Iphia. Forty cas-s this week. Benjamin H. Brewster wa3 chloroformed chloro-formed on AVedm ed iy nig .t in I'iiil-a.it-iphia, and hid twi tbousand dol-hirs' dol-hirs' worth of plate and jewelry stolen. There are no tidings of theEng-lhhm-n rereutly cap'u'fd by brigands brig-ands ut-ar Gibraltar. Efforts ara being be-ing made to hunt the brigands down. Tbe rebelion ia the Rios, Sjuth Americi, continues. Ctioiera has broken out in Bengal. There is to be a telegraphio cable between Spain and England. There ia a split iu the "Left," in the French corps legislatif. ! ThriV mouths, additional np'-ison-inent 2(101) franca fl"" i'"pe)' been lmpos-'i) upoa "iht prupxieu.- ui tuS --Marseillaise. --Marseillaise. Oscar Cepedes wa8 execatel at Puerto Pu-erto Principe, Cuba, on the 2jta ult., for treason. Tue King of Prussia and lismarclt have gone to meet the Czir it Etna. They should mind their p's anl q'a. An extensive fire has been raging in New Brunswick. Miles of telegraph poles have been burned. Governor Hoffman, of New York, is sanding home the Chicago Fenians. Gold-beuriuir quartz has been d is covered iu Hard.u county. Ills, New Orleans had a 75,000 dollar fire on Thursday nighr, by a confectionery confec-tionery being burn- d. Thi slaughter of a thousand Jews on Sunday last, by the Christian popu ation of Ronmania, is excitiug univr-rs 1 indignation. The Boston party were welcomed in San Fran ico on Fr day by the B jL-rd of Trade. Some coasting vessels were wrecked on the north c .st oi Cid'orma during the lute storm, with loss of life. The disaffected R-publieans in Or' eg- n are hrow ng (ft' on U. S. Senator Sena-tor Williams, t-nd the Democrat:) hope to elect Nesmith to succeed him. Seventy five Chinamen have gine from San Francisco to Massachusetts io work iu a boo: and sboe fucory. Jim Fn-k, jr., "Ku-e Jamts," was paradir g his regimen with f-ome others oth-ers iu New York and Brooklyn a f-w Jays ago, creating uj Jittle excite, ment. Tec thousand fife hundred Scandinavian Scandi-navian un'grairs lmded in New York during four days last week. The iuf.dl.bility dogma wiil be officially proclaimed in 11 tin on the i!'.Kh, when a most imposing demcn-btrutiou demcn-btrutiou will tnke place. Tae Ecumenical Ecu-menical Council will then take a rteees. The California "School M I'am" party got to Chicago on Thu s b-y. Chicago Fruiaua buck "from the front" denounce the vari .us e.euerahi ol their party. Wbittemore, the Congress-expelled c det s-ller, is expected soon to make his reappearance in the House of ll-presentatives. Tue Georgia bill is to be pressel, ai-d tho reconstruction queotiou postponed post-poned for a time. It is reporf-d tat a c'mpany has t'een formed at Washington to settle on the n irlhe n oast of M-xico. Thf-y hope the Mexican comuiissiun will recommend the annexation of Northern Mexico and Sonera to the 'd States in payment of claims re n citizens. l'uncau Ci-meron, fi-rmcr'y 'iUll 'to Abyssinia, and mmeut by Tueodore oc-Mvs;inian oc-Mvs;inian war, died at dav. - and Royal Thames 'iave a race on the I 13!h, fr.om Pover,Enghnd toBalogne, Fnnce, Bnd back. Tne English government is taking extraordina-y precnu ins to guard against a Fcni.n rev- It. lVcn'y'oue ihousind eniigrants, mostly Irish, lert Liverpool for America, Amer-ica, during May. Nine-tenths were for Ne York. Paris pnysician? amounee tat va'i cinatioti as a preventive of sma l'pox has been demonstratd in that city during the pa-it month. Spotted Tail wants rations for the squaws and papooses and ammunition to kill game. Tlw Secretary of tie Interior has promised to give the su' i ject careful consideration. Wayni McVeagh, 0( Penna., is nomin t d M nitter to Turkey, and Adolph Baekner, Consul to Bucharest. Bucha-rest. The Senate has referred the memo me-mo i Is on the Roumanian massacre to the foreign committee- The Senate requests the Presiden' to turnish information relative to the appropriation to fulfil fdipulatio'.s win the Indian tubes, and to colh-ct and locate roving Indians on th borders o' Texas and Mex-co. The House has pa-sed the bill amending the previous act to al ow writs of error 'n the Territories from the decisions of Probato Courts to the Supreme Courts. A motion in the House to reduce, the income tax to 3 pnr cent, was adopted by IU to 77, and another exempting 2,000 dol ars was adopted 138 against 02. Tue ameudmeut to tax United Stat s bunds was rejected. re-jected. At a riot in a vi lage in Spain, on Thursday, caused by an attempt to co lect tax for the support of the olergy, the troops had to be called out, and two citizens were killed ai.d eight wounded. Davitt and Wilson, Fenian prisoners prison-ers iu London, were engaged distrib utinga'msin the north ofEaglaud and iu Ireland. Shirley Brooks succeeds Mark Lemon Le-mon as t ie active editor of l'aitch. Mrs. John Wood, tho actress, h is been presented with five huudred poundf,' worth of diamonds. Tue Eiglish government promises strong measures against betiiug at racea. The Duchy of Lauenbu g is to be annexed to Prussia. The Wilmington, N. C, Republican Republi-can convention has nominated negroes ne-groes for both branches of tae legislature legis-lature and a therifl. The con ei-t ou has caused dissatisfaction, and a new one will likely be held.