,160 and 22 bales of cotton.
Let the subscriptions be taken in money, in cotton, in sugar, in stock, or in lands.
We hope, from this beginning, to see it roll up to a goodly sum, a present worthy of the people of a State that has been honored with the citizenship, and is to be honored as the resting place of so noble a hero as Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston.
The Fort Pulaski prisoners.
The following brief letter is from the son of the editor of the Savannah Republican:
"Castile Williams, Governor's Island, New York Harbor. "Dear Father:
--We arrived here safely yesterday morning, after a long voyage.
We are all quite well, and I hope you are giving yourself no trouble about us, for I must acknowledge that we are very kindly treated.
We are well fed, and the officers, all, treat us very kindly indeed, and so far we have no complaint to make.
Please write soon and direct W. M. S.--Prisoner-of-war, Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, N. Y. "W. M. Sneed, Prisoner-o