A monster indignation meeting is to be held at Lynn to demand Lowell's recall.

Nine persons have been massacred by Indians in New Mexico. Cavalry are in pursuit.

Mr. Lowell, the United States minister, will be one of the pall-bearers at the funeral of Mr. Darwin.

It has been decided to hold the 100th anniversary of Phillips (Exeter) Academy June 20 and 21, 1883.

Lieut. Danenhower, with others of the crew of the Jeannette, arrived at Orenburg, Russia, safely today. He journeys to St. Petersburg by train tomorrow.


Little hope is felt that Mr. Trescott's efforts to bring about peace between Chili and Peru will be successful, and it is understood he will shortly leave for home.

A Vienna special says: Further intelligence from Balta gives the details of the anti-Jewish riots there on the 11th inst. The town was destroyed and 6000 families are homeless, and children and adults are dying from starvation.

It is stated that Canon Beernaert, chancellor to the Bishop of Tournay, who fled from Belgium with $.2,000,000, has been traced to New York and a large amount of the funds in a bank there have been attached by orders of the King of Belgium.

Base-ball yesterday: At Cincinnati - Detroits 15, Cincinnatis 1; at Philadelphia - Chicagos 8, Philadelphias 1; at Boston - Bostons 13, Metropolitans 1; at Providence - Providence 24, Browns 1; at Worcester - Worcesters 23, Amhersts 0.

Congressional news: The Senate has passed the $5,000,000 Mississippi appropriation bill. - The new Chinese bill was discussed in the House. - A petition was presented for a charter by the National Railway Co. - Discussion on the resolutions in regard to the imprisoned suspects was fiercely continued by Messrs. Robinson and Cox.

THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 26, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, variable winds, stationary or lower barometer, higher temperature.