Ex-President Diaz of Mexico will visit Washington next week.
A warning has been received at St. Petersburg of a plot to murder the Czar.
It is said that Frank Byrne intends to come to this country and make it his home.
A part of the roof of the Payret Theatre in Havana fell on Sunday. Several lives were lost.
Secretary of the Treasury Folger is ill, so ill that yesterday he was obliged to abandon his attempt to attend to business.
Judge Lilley was worse yesterday. If he recovers he will prosecute Dorsey for assault; if he dies Dorsey will be arrested for murder.
Professor Wiggins claims that his prophecy was literally fulfilled, and the public was only disappointed because it expected an impossible storm.
The disabled steamship City of Chester, concerning the safety of which anxiety has been felt for several days, arrived safely at Halifax yesterday afternoon in tow of the Missouri.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., March 13, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, partly cloudy weather, occasional rain or snow, southwest, veering to northwest winds, stationary or lower temperature, followed by rising barometer.