' Doman B. Eaton has been teraporarily appolnted a raember of the Civil SerVlcc Coiumisslon. Alleged erookcdncss iu tic management ot affairsïn the Indian burean is to be thorouglily iavestlated. Charges of inisuianageiuerit llave bseü brought aga nst E. L. Graves, ehtef cf tne bureau oí engraviue and pnnting. President Cleveland lias issued a iroelarnatlon waruing i-vil doers iu Washington Territory to desis! ov take the cons'fqucnocs. It Is stnted thílt Rev. Sírfl Jones of Cíoorsiui, iá üoiut; to Wiish uirtoii, I). C., to tiold a series of icviva! nifciiics dur.nsr t!ic fl" nf eun gre.-s th:s winter. The liTid commissioncr rofuj es Uuonfirm a laad urant of .á.iXK ttttts ilected u_v ihe Ñorüieiu Paeiüt, becnise it h jiavt ot a furíeited graat to tbe Ürcgon Centrul Capt. W. 1'. McCann, Dolúd 8tate uavy, has been aproiuted presiden i oí tbe nava] advisory board, to sueceed Alll'uiriü Üiuirsun, and MTis ordured to duty lttunedintely. Our total importa for the vcai ended fpt. 8ü, 1SS5. wctc $rTü,5fil,2'ü; last .ear. &S, 810,005; deertase, 887,688,805. F.x).-t=, Í715,893,671; last year, $735,777,000; decreaM-, S19,378,359. ín autlclpatlon of a recurrente1 of the troubles on tiie Istbinus of Panama, Socrctwry Whltníy has instmeted Admiral Jcuett. cominander of tlio uorlb Atlantic Mfua3rpn, to proceed with the tlagsiiius ïennessee anJ Guleua, to Asplnwall. The secretary of the interior has confirme'! the actlon of coramis.sioner of tlic If.cd ofiic In restoring to the public domain the trant oí land In Southern California and the intorsectlon of the Texas and Southern l'aciiic ralh"oad grants. The Oklahoma bomuers ciaim to have 16," C00 men eurolled of wbom Í0,00ü are oíd confedérate and union soldicrs. Capt. Croilcl) has determined to torce tu Issue with the governraent. I.arge numbers of armed booinera are moving'into Uklahoim. Supervislns Architect Bc-11 '.vaut? the jjresldent to créate a commission of construct ion to supervise public building and relieve liim of the drudgerv of superylslng the details, the salaries of tfie comruissioiiers to be Sa,1.);) pet annum. The president thiul.s well c! the scheme. The clrcie at the iritersection of Firtt street and Maryland avenue, (outbwcsl ':is!ii-iütori, has been se'.ected as the site for the statuu of the late President Garlicld, and that the contract for erecting and yompletiug th ]e.lcstal on or bef ore July 1, 1886, for iiy,iü0 was uiada wlth Mr. J. Q. A. Ward, who also Lnd the contract for modeling and casting the bronze statue.