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The illness of Gortschakoff is caused by an attempt to poison him.
In the matter of the extradition of Byrne, under arrest in Paris, decision is postponed until tomorrow.
The case for the defence in the star-route trial was opened yesterday. Two or three witnesses were examined.
The heaviest fall of snow of the season occurred in the Provinces yesterday. A disastrous gale prevailed along the coast.
The whole country between Memphis and Helena, Ark., is under water, and the levees along the Mississippi river are seriously threatened.
The will of the late Henry Seybert of Philadelphia gives almost his entire estato, amounting to over one million dollars, to educational and charitable institutions.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 8, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, westerly, veering to northerly winds, stationary or lower temperature, higher pressure.
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