Thirty-one more deaths are reported from the late cyclone in Mississippi at points northeast of Beauregard and Wesson.
Michael Fagan, another of the convicted Phoenix-Park assassins, was sentenced yesterday to be hanged on the 28th proximo.
William MacDuff, a financial broker, yesterday shot and killed his wife, his child and himself at their home in Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Irish-American convention concluded its labors yesterday by the formation of an organization to be known as the Irish National League of America.
Captain Philip B. Thompson, Jr., member of Congress from the eighth Kentucky district, shot Walter Davis dead at Harrodsburg Junction, Ky., yesterday.
Mr. Ker concluded his argument in the star-route case yesterday, after having spoken seven days. The counsel for Brady, Vaile and Miner propose to submit the case of their clients to the jury without argument.
Base-ball games yesterday: At College Hill - Brown University Law School, 16; Tufts College nine, 14. At Baltimore - Baltimores, 7; Richmonds, 4. At Trenton, N. J., - Providence, 11; Trentons, o. At New York - New Yorks, 4; Metropolitans, 3.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 28, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, partly cloudy weather and light local showers, southerly to westerly winds, stationary or slight fall in temperature, falling followed by rising barometer.