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There was a $500,000 fire at Liverpool, Eng., Saturday night.
The coronation of the new emperor of Russia will occur on the 27th proximo.
Sulieman Pasha, a prominent Turkish general, died Saturday, aged 43 years.
Hon. Edward Morris Erskine, secretary of the British legation at Washington in 1858, is dead.
Carmody, Morgan, O'Herlihy and Featherstone, the alleged dynamite conspirators, after an examination at Cork Saturday, were remanded until next Friday.
A severe snow and wind storm prevails throughout the Northwest, greatly impeding railway and telegraphic communication. Much damage to buildings and other property has already resulted.
President Arthur reached Washington from Savannah, Ga., last night by rail, having left the latter city at 4.15 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. He pronounces the reports of his sudden illness mere stories of newspaper correspondents, says he has not been sick a day, and that he is enjoying good health.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 23, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, partly cloudy weather with rain in northern portions, northerly to easterly winds, stationary or lower barometer, slight changes in temperature.
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