Henri Tamberlik, the once famous Italian tenor singer, is dead at the age of 63 years.
Prince Bismarck's illness, as also that of Emperor William, creates considerable anxiety in Berlin.
A heavy snow-storm prevailed in the Northwest yesterday, greatly impeding railway traffic in all directions.
In the House yesterday, on motion of Mr. Lynch of Mississippi, a resolution was passed presenting the thanks of Congress to John F. Slater of Connecticut.
Prof. George W. Greene, the historian, died at his home in East Greenwich, R. I., yesterday morning, aged 72 years.
An unconfirmed report prevailed in Washington yesterday that Senator Windom would be offered the Treasury portfolio in President Arthur's Cabinet upon the expiration of his term in the Senate.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 3, 1. A. M. For New England, increasing cloudiness and snow or rain, winds shifting to east and south, slight rise in temperature and lower barometer.