Mr. Henry '. Kwing's little girl was born on the i-amr day ot (he uionth and the same hour of' the day that King Alfonso was uiade the proud father oí' ao infaDta. Doeply iniprcssed with tbis singular coineidenee, Mr. Ewing addrexsed a letter from Jefferson City to his majesty congratul.lt i np him upon the pos.seMon of an heiress and nforjning him vi' his uwn good luck. ijaHt week a manuscript letter a received f'rom King Alfonso thauking Mr. Ewing for l.is letter and bejrging him to accept a eilver cup for his infanta. The letter was written in what is called Aeturial Spauii-h, and 1!. M. Vork, the governor'8 private secrelary. wns toe only one who could translate it. The silver cup arrived by expresa to-day. It is an ele gant ornament, ïiiamticuutly eiubosjed and engravcd, and weighing 18 ounces Troy weight. On it was the inscription, " Douata a Alfonso I. de Hig. don ginvanni anfanta Kwing c(n amore. ,' The letter hal been filed with Seoretáry of State Moürath, who also a KDS8a City Times. Senator Ulaine's voiee failed him during the late caupaign, and fears are entertained thst hfl willnever fullv recover it. He cannot yet speak inucli above u whisper.