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ll take a recess till the 15th of January without electing Senators. He thinks that the President will be pleased with the inaugural of Governor Jenkins, and that there will be complete harmony between the State and Federal Executives. The Garland case. The Supreme Court of the United States has ordered that Robert H. Marr have leave to file a printed argument, asking, as does Mr. Garland, that he may be re-admitted to practice without taking the oath prescribed by Congress. The rMr. Garland, that he may be re-admitted to practice without taking the oath prescribed by Congress. The recent Swindle. Last week we took occasion to expose the transactions of a certain "claim agency" established in Washington, which had swindled discharged soldiers out of over twenty thousand dollars by making false representations to the effect that, for twenty-five dollars, they would agree to procure for a soldier sixty acres of land on the line of the great Pacific Railroad Company. Recent developments indicate that the fraud was more stupendous than was supposed; instead of one, there
General Grant had publicly expressed sympathy with the Republican cause, that General Logan was appointed Minister to the Government of Jaurez, that Sheridan's army was on the Rio Grande, and was being reinforced. The French officers and soldiers in the Imperial army openly express strong hatred for the United States, and desire to fight Americans. [Bravo!] Two important decrees were lately issued by Maximilian--one of them extending for fifteen days from the 29th November the time in which the soldiers of President Jaurez's Government are allowed for laying down their arms to be granted amnesty; and another ordering a general draft for his army throughout Mexico. The postponement of the argument of Reverdy Johnson in the case of Garland, an applicant for readmission to the bar of the United States Supreme Court without taking the test oath, causes a good deal of speculation among those interested. Opinion is gaining ground that the application will be successful.