THE DLSTITRBANCES IN PERSIA. (rr.oM orB cxrarasroNDEXT.) BERLIN, Aro. t Rome accounts of the disturbances in Persia h - ivo reached Cermany, though it is not clear through what channels the news . has travelled. A "co riling to Uio CalogM Garctte several disturb - ai.ces have taken place. The nt truko out at Shiraz, the capital of tho province of l aristan, it. the price of broad, which embittered the j - iplc. This Governor has been superseded by Ala - i i - Dowleh.who ha.s a reputation for energy and who j a the pro - Rii e. The octbreak at Shiraa jortnnee than the troneral discontent wh assMfeaj; itself thnuighout Persia again led out by Daigtaii officials, i This discontent . the second largest city in Persia. Here the mob. eeg.sl on by tho priests, drove . t the I - l - ian D, rc - tor of 'Customs, and strong r n aaolal mm had to ! made to tho Persian 0 a - al a aaslac to inc - .tce t he tioyernor, who A pj arent to tho Persian Throne, to r. - intaU' the e - !lel official and to protect him pad majkM of his duties. The priest., apntar to have then recognized l - t.u .. and they directed tiie fanatical BBmtaa of tho mob against the - Christians and the lial.is. Ti e chief centres,of iinti - l'ah'st :.Litat',on wcio lsjahan raid Yczd. Ikfj rov. rnors of these towns wero powerless a . - aii. ; tho r.oii. ai.d were c.!:!:tred to countcnanee : tl' i ibesjid tall victims them - r.v. rn.i. - of lsiah;:i is an elder hali. According to tho Rhenish o at.. I Ub.s - a has a r.amlierof adherents in the : i..l Ah as 1.3. ndi. the chief Babist ltader. fr.vtnei.tly nxw ivt visits frora Americans. The bbjm journal publishes a telegram from St. I'MersV.urg, which siat - .s that 3,2iX) Babis have been expelled from Ispahan because the Covern - r er.t feared th. v might be butchend bv the r . !.. At Ytzd 120 Babis w, - re kiUed, of whom rot her of t s Khalif r ti i t he former nute and the latter admit tho Sultan's cli Ik - regarded as the head of tho Mahomodan A there Is at the moment a brisk traffic, In - wi from all parts of Asia between St. Peters - irg and Berlin, it is not impossible that tho - st as well as the second communication to the alajM Gtuette is derived from Russian sources.