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Small-pox is spreading rapidly through Illinois.

Gen. Garibaldi is suffering from a bronchial attack.

Guiteau has been debarred from addressing the jury.

Henry Adrien, the eminent French antiquarian, is dead.

There were about 1000 turnouts on the Brighton road yesterday.

Interest in the game of tennis is increasing rapidly in New York.

A terrible disease has broken out among the cattle of Texas ranches.

A movement is on foot for the relief of homeless Jewish families in Russia.

Mr. Orth has prepared a new plan for the selection of House committees.

There will be some further discussion of the refunding bill in the Senate today.

The New York legislature will attend the funeral of Senator Wagner in a body.

President Arthur is greatly annoyed by applications for office from Kentucky.

Scoville will sue the newspapers which recently attacked his financial integrity.

Amherst College expects to put a stronger base ball team in the field than ever before.

Measures were taken in New York Saturday toward the settlement of the railroad war.

There were eight persons killed in the recent railroad accident at Spuyten Duyvil.

Great grief prevails at Bennington, Vt., where Park Valentine, one of the victims of the late railroad accident, resided.

The New York Central and Hudson River Company last year employed 14,703 persons on its road.

The Gilmore band concert at Mechanics' hall last evening was attended by four thousand people.

Bismarck is suffering from an attack of sciatica, which prevents his performance of official duties.

Elliott, the English oarsman, was seriously hurt Saturday, on the steamer Critic, of which he is the fireman.

The German Parliament has decided that Dietz, arrested for selling a prohibited publication, should be immediately released.

It has been shown conclusively by recent experiment that a person can be transferred from natural to artificial sleep by means of chloroform.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., January 16, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, increasing cloudiness and rain or snow, south to west winds, followed by rising barometer, rising temperature on Monday and colder weather Tuesday morning.

Guiteau remarks that there may be some soft fellows among the jurors who believe him imbecile. He has sent his speech, which he intends to deliver to the jury, to the Associated Press for publication.

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