Base-ball - Bostons 9, Nationals 5.
President Arthur has arrived at Savannah, Ga.
$280,000 has been stolen from the government vaults in Havana.
The old Parliament building at Quebec was almost destroyed by fire last night.
The grand jury has brought in indictments against Senators Kellogg and Brady.
Counsel for the prosecution in the star-route trials have commenced their arguments.
Eighteen prominent Russian nihilists were condemned at St. Petersburg yesterday, and six of the number are sentenced to death.
Several more Nihilist leaders have been arrested at St. Petersburg. It is stated that among them is the well known female Nihilist, Vera Sassulitch.
The examination of the alleged dynamite conspirators was resumed in London yesterday. Norman, one of the accused, turned informer, confessing on the stand that he joined a secret society in New York, the object of which was to free Ireland.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 20, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, local rains followed by partly cloudy weather, winds shifting to north and west, rising barometer, slight fall in temperature.