of the National Ameritan Wotnen Suffrage Association will moet in Washington Fobruary 18 ncxU Maso.v Bbowx, one ofthe most prominent lawyers in Kentuoky and a man of National reputation, died at Louisyille on the 29th of pneumonía. Presidknt on the 29th nominatod IJlanohe K. Kruce (oolorod) to be recorder of decds in tho District of Columbia. Ciiaui.es EdwARD L:stei!, CónsulGeneral to Italy under President Pierce, a noted Aboliüonist, and author of tho work "Tho lilory and the Shamo oí England," died at Detroit, Mieh., on tho 29th, aged 80 yéars. By a party vote on the 30th ult. tho Domocrats of tho Ohio Sonate ousted Lampson, the Kepublican LieutenantGovernor elect, and decided to seat Marquis, the contestant. The case would be carriod to tho Supreme Court PiiRSiDKNT Harrison on the 30th ult. appointed Wiliiam H. Taft, of Ohio, Soliciter-General. Mrs. .Tui.iana M1OTKA4 a Pnissian by birth, died in ChipagO on tho 30th ult, aged 99 yoars. At Indianapolis on the 30th ult. the now Republiuan Statü Central Committee organizad, witli I,. T. Michener as chairman. GOTEUXOU HlMI'HIIKV OH tllO 31st ult appointed Major Wiliiam Sims State Treasurer of Kansas, vice Jamos W. Hamilton, resinod. Nine ballots were taken in the Iowa Ilouso on the ölst ult. [or speaker without broaking the dead-lock, and settlement seemed to bo far off.