In the New York cushion carrom tournament. Saturday, Vignaux defeated Carter, and Sexton beat Schaefer.
The worst hurricane that has visited Aden for twenty years occurred yesterday. Serious damage was done on land and water.
Dr. J. Dickson Burns, a native of South Carolina and a prominent physician and litterateur. died suddenly yesterday at New Orleans, aged 48.
The President is making arrangements to take up his residence at the Soldiers' Home for the summer, and will move there soon after his return from New York.
Many Americans have left Paris for Moscow, among them Mr. Mackay, who makes the journey with his family in his own palace car, in a style that creates great astonishment.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., May 21, 1883, 1 A. M. For New England, cloudy, rainy weather, southerly shifting to northwest winds, stationary or lower temperature, followed by rising barometer.