The Bostons defeated the Yale nine at New Haven yesterday, 13 to 2.
The symptoms in Senator Anthony's case were more encouraging yesterday.
The convention of the Irish National Land League of America met in Philadelphia yesterday.
In the trial of Kelly for participation in the Phoenix Park assassinations the jury has disagreed.
The investigation of the charges against Supervising Architect Hill has been further postponed.
Gen. Martinez Campos, Spanish minister of war, has resigned, and a dissolution of the cabinet is feared.
Rear-Admiral Baldwin has been ordered to attend the coronation of the Russian Czar, accompanied by his personal staff.
Randolph De B. Keim has been appointed chief examiner of the civil service commission, and W. W. White clerk. The President is to examine the rules adopted by the commission and pass upon them at a cabinet meeting tomorrow.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 26, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, slightly warmer fair weather, westerly to southerly winds, followed by falling barometer.