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The Quartermaster-General, in an order, publishes the decision of the Second Comptroller, stating that affidavits taken before a notary public after the 1st of October last must have a certificate of the Secretary of State or clerk of the Court of Records to the official character of the notary. It is said that two per cent. of the fractional currency received at the Treasury is counterfeit. This comes to the Department from bankers and others deemed experts in judging money, and two per cent. escaping the detection of such parties gives some idea of the extent of this kind of counterfeiting. It is stated that E. M. Bruce, a member of the late Confederate Congress from Kentucky, has presented General Breckinridge with the sum of one hundred thousand dollars. The receipts from internal revenue on the 8th instant amounted to one million four hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], Admission of Southern Representatives. (search)
t was ordered that the defendant pay the sum of $202.26, with legal interest thereon from September 21, 1865, till paid, and the costs expend by the plain tiffs in the suit. Wm. B. Jones & Co. against Wm. H. Beveridge. On motion of the plaintiffs, and by consent of the defendant, it was ordered that the defendant pay the sum of $100, with legal interest on $50 from the 28th of November, and on $50 from the 9th of December till paid, and costs. The cases of Samuelson, Jacobson & Co. against W. D. Penfield, agent, Daniel Hunt against G. B. Sloat, and Z. R. Bliss against ", were partly heard and continued that Weekly. Charles M. Ragland against Joseph Farley. Ordered that the defendant pay to J. C. Hill; executor of Charles M. Ragland, deceased, the sum of $20, in full of the balance of rent due for premises occupied by him for the month of September last, and the further sum of $56.34 for rent of said premises from the 1st of October to the 5th of December, and costs.
Orleans under Butler. Six weeks later the Perfect died, and all Messina mourned for Lorenzo Valerio as a kind and provident father. I mention this as one proof of the benefits resulting from the frank conduct of the Italian Government. But to return to the route which the cholera pursued in reaching Naples. It traveled from Ancona through a series of villages scattered across Apulia and through the mountain range behind Naples, and fell upon a village called San Teduccio, on the 1st of October.--This village is situated a few miles from Naples, and in spite of all precautions the disease stole into the city. We are informed that some cart loads of rags, gathered from the sick rooms of Ancona, transported the disease across the Appenines into San Teduccio. Naples is, you know as famous for the rags trade as Oil City is for petroleum, and probably owes her present affliction to this circumstance. Whatever be the fact about the rags, the line of afilicted villages can be trace