The Washington correspondent of the Comncrcial Advcrliser says: - "A grand nttack on the army may be eipcctcd in the shnpe of a report from Mr. Black of Geor jia, cliairmaii of the commiltes on the militia.- FÃe wishes to repudÃate the army ns a: present con-titutcd. os being very expensivc to the government and inefficiÃ«nt for all practical piirposÃ¯s. Ho propose9 to reduce their pay and their numbers and organizo tho mili;ia in their placo n the case of an emergency. Thcrc is much plausibility in this, as the small army of the United States costs at present fivc hundrud dollurs per aiinum on an avernge for the support of each man, includinp soldicrs and oflicers. If wc are to have war, Mr. Black argÃ¼es, we cannot rely on five or aevcn thousand men, and if we do not they nre useless." The IIou3C of Rcpresentativcs having oxpcllod the reportera of the N. Y. Tribune, the wholo country is wide awake to le.irn the ciunc. A our rcadcra may partakc of this laudable curiosrty W'C S'vc l Passage in ono of the lettere wbiclj was decined worthy of such condign punialiment.' But tlierc is onc still more rcmarkahlo thnn thcothcre, and thalis the Hun. Mr. Sawyer, of Ohio. Though his name would ndicate as much, yct lic is nut a wood-sawyer ; ho 8, I believe, a blackstniih. not that I consider the trado would disgrncc him. The reputation of ihc tradc is probably the greatest suÃ¼ercr. All occupations ure honorable tor hafd-wofking, honesi men. It isonly disgraceful to live on the toil of another. But I digreÃ¨i froin Mr. Sawyer. As Zoology iu nn important partot knowlcdire,! procecd togive you some account of the crUter's habita, as thnt may assist you in clnssing him under the proper Ã¯eadin the system ofaniniated nature. "Every day about two o'clock hc feeds. - About that hour lie is scon Icaving his seat and tokÃDg n position in the window. back of tho Speaker ; 8 cliair to the left. He unfokia a greasy [)a[)er, in which is coniaincd a chunk of bread and snusage, or some unctious substanco. This hc dispoÃ¨ca of quite rapidly, wipes his hnnds with the greasy paper for a napkin, nnd then thr-iws it out of the window. What littlc greaso is lelt on hi.s hnnds he wipes on his almost bnld hond. which snvesan otla for pomnturn. J lÃa mouth ÃcrÃ±etÃincs scivs asa linger jjlass, his coat slecve-i and pautnloons bcing called into rcquiaition an napkin. JIo uses a jacknite for a tootlipickj and tlien lie goes on the Hoor again. ami abuses the Whiga os the lirilisli party, nnd claims the whole of OrejÃ³n ns neecssary for tlio spread of civilizhtion. I helievÃ© hc gocai, liko Chipman, against all ihe seduciivc artb of education."in i'iriUing tliccnmnlnint. Mr. Sawyor distinctly acknowlÃ¨ilged ili.it ihe innnncr of feeding, as mlaied, was correct, bul intÃ¯ma'cd thiit if tho ofIbnce was repente d. lic sliould inko it upefa mmsdl'lo inflict pers'uwl chnsusemont. Therc is noiliihg of mierest cJoing in eithcr ilon.'C. rJ'he S(?nnte OCCoaipnoÃy discnss DiÃ© Ã³rogon iiucstinnn linio: inl tlu1 House hnvc had â ip the Ã¡pprÃºpriÃ³ttÃ³h tÃ X 1 lor Kivers and Horiiors. In ilio TI misc, n mcniTia! wne presented rronj thÃ© 'Nniiiohai llolorm Asociiiion in the Ufittotl 8'atcs. n relniion to tlic Pul)iic Innds. Tho rfvoinÃ¶nnlisis defiiro thnt riic public lands bc hold as tlwy no nrc. by tlio wlmlc pcoplc; and thnt my person who bas no InnÃ¼s bo allowcd to lili Ãº small fjuantiiy. and possess tbc rigbt to sell nt any time bis improvements; bnt, in no instante, to scll to any person possÃ¨Ã©sing any other land, ibcrcby crcniin n great Innded avistocracy. - Tlie memorial was referrcJ to tbc Cominittco dn the Public Lmds ; bÃ¼t tbc House refused to print it.