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Bradlaugh has won his suit before Chief Justice Coleridge against Mr. Newdegate.
The British government received information that the Fenian organizations of the United Kingdoms include over 150,000 members.
A consultation of physicians yesterday revealed the fact that Senator Anthony is suffering from Bright's disease complicated with heart disease.
Mr. Ker continued his argument for the government in the star-route trial yesterday, and ex-Senator Kellogg gave $10,000 bail to answer the indictment pending against him.
A terrific cyclone swept over portions of Mississippi on Sunday afternoon, the work of destruction being the most severe at Wesson and Beauregard. At the latter place alone 24 persons were killed and 45 wounded, while the loss of life at Wesson was nearly as great. The cyclone also visited Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee where much property was destroyed.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 24, 1883, 1 A.M. For New England, light rain or snow in southern portions, followed by clearing weather and frosts tonight, northeast to northwest winds, higher barometer.
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