The President of the Sherman testimonial fund ia Ohio, bas rcceived the following letter frotn Ohief Justice Oh ase : " Washington, April 29, 1865. " Wm. O. Dpshlur, Treasurer Sherman Totmoual : "MïDearSir - Enclosed is a coutribution to the Shormau fuud. " I t tke this moment fur making it, becauso just dow maoy seem disposod to forget bis great deserpiugs, and remem ber only his recsnt convention with Johnston. " But that net, however i egretted and disapproved, must not ouncel in our memorips, or evon obscure, his nplendid servioes. " His patrict'sm is no moro doubtful than his onurag(o. No man's achievcments bave contnbuted more to the grand triumph of Union and freedom (iver rbbellion and sluvery. Hia deeds are among tüo cüoicest treasures of our own Ohio - as well as of our whole country. And we, the children of Ohio, are bouñd eepecially and by the most saered obligat ons, to defend and proteet the good name of every brave and loyal son sbe ha?. She has none braver or more loyal than Sherman. Yours moet truly, S. P. Chase.