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U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION.
Special Relief Service.
IT.CT. Knnpp, O-eiiera.l Superintend en t,
Office 244 F St., Washington, D. 0.
J. 33. Abbott. Chief Assistant,
Office 389 11 St., Washington, D. C.
THE SPECIAL RELIEF SERVICE
U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION,
includes among its objects,
The provision, at its "Homes" and "Lodges,"
of temporary shelter, food and care to discharged
and furloughed men.
Tho adjustment of Claims and Accounts of
Soldiers and Seamen without cost to them.
The protection of Soldiers and Seamen from
imposture and fraud.
The prevention of false claims being brought
against the Government.
The furnishing gratuitous advice and informa
tion to Soldiers and Seamen, and to their families
SOLDIERS' "HOMES" and "LODGES,"
U. S. Sanitary Commission.
ALEXANDRIA, VA. "Alexandria Lodge."
Orange and Alexandria Railroad Station. J. B.
ANNAPOLIS, MD. "Home for Soldiers'
Wives and Mothers." Mrs. Hopes Sayres,
BALTIMORE, MD. "Soldiers" Home. No.
62 Conway Street. A. E. Hastings, Sup't.
BOSTON, MASS. " Soldiers' Home." No, 70
Kingston Street. Charles F. Mudge, Sup't.,
near Beaton and Worcester Railroad Dept.
BUFFALO, N. Y. ."Soldiers' Rest." Ex
change Street, opposite Central Railroad Depot.
Mrs. H. Indevine, Matron.
CAIRO, ILL. "Soldiers' Home." 0. N. Ship
CAMP NELSON, KY. "Soldiers' Home."
Thomas Butler, Superintendent.
CINCINNATI. O. "Soldiers' Home." Third
Street. Col. G. W. D. Andrews, Supt.
CLEVELAND, O. "Soldiers' Home." Jos.
COLUMBUS, O. "Soldiers' Home." T. E.
DETROIT, MICH. " Soldiers' Home. No. 81
HARRISBURG, PA. "Soldiers' Lodge."—
Near the Railroad Depot. W. H. Hadley, Su
HARTFORD, CT. " Soldiers' Lodge." Near
Railroad Station. O. B. Segir, Sup't.
JEFFERSON VILLE, Ind. "Soldiers' Home."
New Market Street, near the Depot. E. T.
LOUISVILLE, KY. " Soldiers' Home." V.
MEMPHIS, TENN. "Soldiers' Lodge." Near
Landing. C. W. Christy, Superintendent and
NASHVILLE, TENN. "Soldiers' Home."
Captain I. Bray ton, Sup't.
NEW ALBANY, IND. "Soldiers' Home."
Corner of Main and State Streets.
NEW ORLEANS, LA. "Soldiers' Home."
Corner Magazine and Julia Streets. Sumner
PHILADELPHIA, PA. "Soldiers' Lodge."
Near P. W. & B. R. R. Station.
PADUCAH, KY. " Soldiers' Home." E. D.
PORTSMOUTH, VA. " Soldiers' Home."
John L. Alcooke, Sup't.
RICHMOND, VA. "Soldiers' Home." Goo.
T. Williams, Sup't.
WILMINGTON, N. C. "Soldiers' Lodge."
Market Street. P. B. Foster, Sup't.
WASHINGTON, D. C. "The Home." No.
374 North Capital Street. J. B. Clark, Sup't.
"Home for Soldiers' Wives and Mothers."
No. 880 North Capitol Street. J. B. Clark, Sup't.
" Lodge No. 4." No. 389 II Street. D. G.
" Lodge No. 5." Maryland Avenue, near
Washington and Alexandria Railroad Station.
D. G. Loomis, Sup't.
"Lodge No. 6." Foot of Sixth Street. How
ard MePherran, Sup't.
IT. 8. Sanitary Commission,
Special Ifcelief Office,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
«r No. 389 II Street,
Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth >Sts., South Side,
[Opposite Dr. Gurley's Church.]
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS AND SEAMEN
Can, at the above office, have the necessary papers
made out, correspondence attended to, and
ALL NEEDED ASSISTANCE FURNISHED
IX RKOAKD TO PUOCUKINO
Pay, _t3otx_ity 9
And Arrears of Pay & Bounty,
If sick or wounded, and unable to apply in person
send your name and address, with a statement whether
you wisli to make an application for a pension, or want
assistance in collecting your pay, to the above Office,
and the Agent will visit you and transact your busi
ness without delay.
Officers of the Army and Navy will confer a great
favor upon the men under their command by referring
them, when discharged, tothisofheeforany assistance
they may need.
The above work is done by men of ample experience,
possessing all needed facilities at the various Depart
N. 13. Each applicant for a pension should bring
with him two persons able to make oath that they be
lieve he is the person he represent- himself to be.
FOOD AND LODGING
Are provided at the same place lor all men on sick
leave, and to discharged soldiers on their way from
the army to their homes,
FREE OF EXPENSE.
J. B. ABBOTT,
Chief Assistant "Special Relief" Service.
IT. 8. Sanitary Commission,
374 NORTH CAPITOL STREET,
[2d House fro in rear of Railroad Station, toward
Washington, D. C.
The object of "The Home" is to furnish to
invalid soldiers discharged or furloughed, pass
ing through Washington, such protection and
assistance (food, lodging, medical care, itec.,) as
they need, while otherwise unprovided for.
In connection with "The Homo" is a corps of
couriers whose duty it is to see that all disabled
soldiers going to their homes are eared for by the
way. A courier will leave Washington each day,
(Sunday excepted,) on the 6 P. M. Express train,
lor New York ; also for the Northern Central R.
R., and the Bait. & Ohio R. R. for the west, on
the evening Express trains.
All information concerning Transportation,
Hospital Cars, movement of Railroad Trains,
&c, Ac, will be given at "The Home."
J. B. CLARK, Superintendent.
UTS. ARMY HOSPITAITcARS,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, under
direction of Surgeon R. O. Abbott, U. S. A., Med
ical Director Department of Washington. For
information regarding trips, apply to A. A. Surg.
Sol. Andrews, Jr., U. S. A., or of Jas. Carnagen,
Steward of U. S. Sanitary Commission, on the
cars at the B. & O. Railroad Station, Washing
ton, 1). C.
U, S. Sanitary Commission—Hospital
NEW YORK AND BOSTON LINE.
Hospital Cart between NeW York and Boston, via New Haven,
Hartford, ami Springfield, leave 27ttl Street Station, New York.
dally, at 8 o'clOOk P- M., i" charge of Stewards Aekeriuan aud
Bowers, under the direction of the U. S. Sanitary Commission.
DISCHARGE PAY OFFICE,
No. 359 II St. North, Near 13th St. West,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
AT THIS OFFICE ALL ENLISTED VOLUNTEERS
Discharged from the U. S. Army make a final .set
tlement of their accounts, whether discharged to ac
cept promotion, re-enlist as Veteran Volunteers, or on
account of Disability.
All Soldiers having business at this office are ear
nestly requested to present their claims personally,
and not put them into the hands of claim agents, as
they are attended to promptly and always take prece
dence to claims prebented by those agents.
Maj. D. TAYLOR,
May 16.1865.] Paymaster v. S. A., in Char_e.
CAN BE BOUGHT AT
AT NO. 889 II ST., bet. 13th And 14th,
Washington, _Z>. C,
From Washington, by Baltimore and
Ohio It. 11., to the following places :
Philadelphia, |8 fiO Parkersburg, $8 50
New York, 5 65 Zanesville, 10 25
New Haven, 7 75 Columbus, 11 75
Hartford, 8 50 Cincinnati, 14 25
Springfield, 9 00 Louisville, 19 00
Worcester, 10 10 Indianapolis, 15 50
Providence, 10 05 St. Louis, O. &M. 21 25
Boston, viaSp'fi'd, 11 00 St. Louis, T.H&A. 21 25
Boston, via Pro'd'e 11 00 Cleveland, 11 00
Boston, via Sound, 9 65 Toledo, 13 50
Albany, 890 Detroit, all rail, 15 00
Also, tiy R AO. R. It., viaj Detroit, lake, 13 00
«r, W csttVir S inia: Chicago, 17 75
Wheeling, 5 50
At Cor. Pcnna. Aye. & 6th Sts,, and at 463 C St.,
near New Jersey Aye., from Baltimore,
Md* via North Central & Perm. H.
It,, to the following places :
♦Note.— The additional Tickets from Washington to
Baltimore, for persons going by this route, can be
purchased at the Ticket Office of the Baltimore and
Ohio R. It. Co. at theStatiou, Washington, for $1 50
Syracuse, $8 65
Oswego, 9 35
Dunkirk, 9 35
St. Louis, via Crest, and Ind., 20 25
Cairo, via P. C. and Ind., 21 50
Chicago, via C. and Toledo, 16 75
Elmira, 5 50
Pittsburgh, 6 90
Cleveland, 10 00
Columbus, via Crestline, 10 75
Cincinnati, via Crestline and Columbus, 13 25
Indianapolis, via Crestline, 14 50
Detroit, via Cleveland and Toledo, 13 70
C hicago, via Fort Wayne, 16 75
Columbus, via Steubenville, 10 75
Cincinnati, via Steubenville and Columbus, 13 25
Indianapolis, via Steubenville & Columbus, 14 50
Detroit, via Cleveland and Lake, 12 25
Crestline, 10 80
Fort Wayne, 13 50
Rochester, 7 55
Buffalo, 8 80
Cairo, via S. C. and C, 21 50
Binghanilon, via Elmira, 7 00
Rome, 9 45
Utica, 9 75
Kingston, 4 45
Danville, 3 40
St: ran ton, 4 80
Northumberland, 3 15
Lewisburg, 3 30
Milton, 3 35
Williamsport, 3 95
Jersey Shore, 4 15
Lock Haven, 4 45
Toledo, 12 50
Salamanca, via Elmira, 8 45
Batavia, via Elmira, 7 95
Corning, 5 90
Owego, 6 25
Dayton, via Steubenville, 13 05
Dayton, via Crestline, 13 00
St. Louis, via Cincinnati, 20 20
Louisville, via Cincinnati, 16 00
Louisville, via Cincinnati & Indianapolis, 16 00
Canandai„ua, 6 95
Geneva, via Lake, 7 40
Auburn, via Lake, 9 20
St. Paul, via C. &N.W. & Mil. Junction, 26 60
Prairie Dv Chien, via C. & N. W. & M. J'n, 21 25
Jamestown, 9 35
Corrv, 9 85
Meadville, 10 75
Louisville, 16 20
Cairo, 15 00
Soldiers belonging to the State of Ohio (only)
can obtain Tickets at still lower rates by apply
ing to James C. Wetmore, Esq., "Ohio State
Military Agency," No. 258 F street, between 13th
Ration Money.—The War Department has
finally fixed the rate of rations for exchanged
prisoners of war at 25 cents per day for the time