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colate color, with the head of Jefferson; the ten cent green, with the head of Washington; the twelve cent black, with like head; the twenty-four lilac, with same head; the thirty yellow, with head of Franklin; the ninety blue, with portrait of Washington as a young General. The stamps differ from the old ones in the fact that the figures are in the upper corners. One hundred and seventy-five witnesses have been examined by the Committee on the Conduct of the War. The testimony is very vol 6's, 46¼a46¾;American gold, 118½a 118¾. The business of the Sub-Treasury was as follows to-day: Receipts$2,506,885.34 --for customs292,000.00 Payments1,288,531.50 Balance7,811,680,77 the Assistant Treasurer received from Washington to-day two millions dollars in legal tender notes of the denomination of 5's, 10's, and 20's. These will be paid out here. the following table will compare the statements of the several banks of this city, as made to the Superintendent of