Mr. !'. H. Grillett, in a note to tho Albauy Argas saya : Mr. Davis has no ira information concerning his trial tina others trnv.o. In alettei from Mr. Davis, duted tho 15tli iust., to Mr. (J-illctt, be says : " I am still ignorant of the charges against me, the source of theiu, auJ thü tribunal büforo which 1 am to acswer. Your lotter gave ino the iirst notio.o of tha WaBhingtoü iudictnicnt." Mr. Davis requests Mr. Gillott to havo a couferouce with Mr. Obarlcs O'Conuor, his only otber oouusel, sü that they niay bo prepared for tho trial wLionevec it may be brougbt oa, with as littlo delay as the nature and impórtanos of the caso will permit. A direct applicatiou to tho proper department, asking to bo infaraiüd, if uot improper, when, whero and bofore vvhat tribuual Mr. ])-ivis is to bö tried retnaias unauswered, bo';auí6, na is supppsodj neither Las buun autuuüy determiaed upon by tlie lrcsicieut, The Monde statcw that aa assooiation M tho suppression of feinalo extravaance in dress has been reoently fouüdcd i:i tl.c ci'y of Rome. The aiouabors, i.üiongst whom are uiany prieats and eoale.iíorí, undiirtako to try and induoo tho woaieu uvoi' whuia ihoy have au inÜutiirüu ' to di'éss muJcsily."