Vim! UA1LY NATIONAL, REPVBUOA
li (rabliihadr.r7 afternoon (BnndijMxetpM)
liy W. 1. Muauas & Co., n It famkhd la
our mbKrltm (bj turlm) t MBtf Jr
Utll tabialbtn, W.W pv um U to
ill month., nd II for Urn moiUn, Unite.
tlf la dTne.
Single eoplw, 1 ctnu.
lAtii ow ADVanvmaa
0b Miure, thrM 7 ... $1.00
Oi, iqur Pour At ... 1.21
un. iqaan, dt. amy. - i. w
Irtrr oUitr ilj rinitlumntt, lit, pr
Ohm . wMk tltntlMmaiU eharcd '
tor Mch lDMrtlra.
Sli Ubm or lt Mutltat nwt.
AdTtrtlMmenU -herald b. Umll la bj 13
"Washington. d.. a. Saturday evening. November 28. 1863.
, , , i.iit- i.i ' numll oiit.K-i...l
CHIEF QUARTERMABTKIVfl OF
riCE, WAintvoTO Defot. Novinber 17. 1MJ
SEALED PROPOSALS will b na'lTod At thl
ofnee o( Captain C. H. Tomplni, A Q. AL, U, .
A , at the corner of Twenty-aeoond ana O streets,
lo this city, until MONDAY, PeeembiMUt, I8U,
at 13 o'clock m., for th ail of all the mknurt bow
onhind, or that may be produced it stables and
corrals of thli Depot wltbla the next twelve
monthi aucoesdlof the date of the Utttnf of the
The manure will be awarded to the highest bid
der, or bidden, who will be required to Uke It
nway nt his or their own txpeme. The quantity
now o head to be Ukea iwijr within six moaths
from the data ot contract, end that which mar ae
c&mulate, within alx month! from the date at
Btda muat be made at ao mush per cuMi yard.
liltla will be received for the quantity on hand.
and the aubscqunnt product at each atable and
corral, separately, or lor the whole together.
If a bid la made In the name of n firm, the names
of all the parttea muat appear, or It will be con
sidered ae the Individual propoaal of the party
The Tull name and poat-offle addreaa of the bid
der muat appear in t&e proposal
Propoaati muit be addressed to Captain P. H
Tom pa int. a. u. di , u. a a , vvBsniDijton. v. ,
and should be plainly marked " Propoaala for Ma-
partnnt will b minlrad to m made In Qavttm-
raent fundi, at the cod of each month, for the ma
nure removed during the month.
An oath of allegiance will be required from each
auectaaful bidder. ,
rinnil ana aufflelsnt bonds. In the iutn of 1 11.000)
one thouaand dollars, will be required of each suo-
eesslut Didder lor me lauuiui pcriormanccoi uis
The quartermaster reaervea the right to reject
all bida that may be deemed to the lotereat of Gov
ernment not to accept,
D. If. RUCKER,
Bilg. Gen. and Chief quartermaster,
nolft-281 Depot Waihlngton.
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANS
PORTATION. Or rift or the Depot QoAnTERHAtTEn,
Pnrl Ijivnworth. Kanaaa. October S3. 1S63. 1
scaled Propoaala will be received at thli office
until H o'clock m on the 10th day of December,
ihfia. for the trananortatloo of military auDPllea
tlunng tne yeara iwnana 1000, on ne rouowing
Houit Ao. 1 From Forta Leavenworth, Laramie,
and Riley, and other depota that may be eatab
llthed during the above ycari, on the weat bank of
the Mlaiourl river, north of Fort Learenerth,
and aouthof latitude 4i", north to anypoata or
tatlona that are or may be eataUlahed In the Ter-
' I rltorlea of Nrbraaka, Dakotah, Idaho, and Utah,
IUUUI Ul liiuu 11 nun" a u auu.i uuv
114 weat, and In the Territory of Colorado, north
of 40" north Blddcra to state the rate per loo
J iounda fer 100 mllea, at which they will transport
II aat.l itnr lneftchof the montha. fnim ADril to
September, Inclusive, of the yeara 1864 and 18S
hou)t Ao 2. rom lorta taveoworth and Riley,
In the State of Kanaaa, and the town of Kanaaa, in
the State of Missouri, to any posts or stations that
are or may be established In the State of Kanaaa,
or la the Territory of Colorado, south of latitude
40 degreea norfh, drawing supplies from Fort Leav
enworth, and to Fort Union, n. M , or other depot
that may be dealgnated In that Territory, to Fert
Garland, and to any other point or points on the
route Bidders to state the rate per loo pounds for
100 miles, at which they will transport auch stores
In each of the months, from April to September,
Inclusive, of the jearslSet and 1W6.
Xoulifio, I. From Fort Union, or auch other depot
aa may be established In the Territory Of New
Mexico, to any posts or stations that are or may
be established In that Territory, and to auch posts
or stations aa may be designated In the Territory
of Arlsonaand State of Texaewestof longitude
109 degrees west. Bidders to state the rate per 100
pounds for loo mites, at which they will trnnsport
said atorea In each of the months, from June to No-
ember, inclusli e, of the years 1864 and IBIS.
The weight to be transported each year will not
exceed 10,000,000 pounds on Route No. 1, 15,000,000
J founds on Route So. 2, and ,ooo,oo pounds on
loute No 1.
Nn kiMMinnul nercentare will be oald for the
transportation of bacon, hard tread, pine lumber,
aniugiea, or any oineriorr
nuMma must stve their namea In full, aa well aa
their place ot residence) and each proposal must
le accompanied by a bond In the sum 01 ten thou
sand dollars, signed by two or more responsible
liersona. guaranteeing mm me m tuuimsi
.utt-A.lTnr thermite mn tinned In the nronos&l
to the partlea proposing, the contract will be ao
crnted and entered Into, and good and sufflcleat
securMy furnished hj said parties, In accordance
villi the terms of thia advertisement,
t he Amount of bonds r eautred will be as follows 1
On Route No 1 100,uo0
11 J 60,000
satisfactory evidenced the loyalty and solvency
of each bidder aud person offered as security will
lx required. . ,
ppniinaaU must he Indorsed " ProDOsals for Armv
TransiHirtation 00 Routes Noa. 1,3, or 3," as the
CKte may oe, anu nun wm u cuirruiuvu uuich
they fully comply with all the requirements of this
m li rtlamnt.
1 artles to whom awards are made muat be pre
pared to execute contracts at once, and to give the
inquired bonds for tho faithful pcrformace of the
(ontracta will be made subject to the approval
of l)e (4 utter master General, but the right Is re
served to reject an or all blda that may be oOered.
Contractors must be In rcadlnesa for service by
the tlrst day of April, 1904, and they will be re
quired to haveapUceof business or agencies at
ur In the Iclnlty of Forts Leavenworth and Union,
and other depots that may be established at which
they utai be communicated with promptly and
OCYu-iUClu major ruu miintrwinri
pTToT oflALsVon hKA I) .
OniiNANrc Orru e, Wan Department, i
Wasminutoh, November 17, lt3 t
SEALFD PHOTOiALS Will be received at this
offlte until 4 o'clock P M ,onthe 16th of December
next, for the deliveries of 2,uuu or more tons of
pure, soft lead, suitable for ordnance purposes.
The lead la to be of approved quality, end to be
delivered at aoj time, within ninety daya, from
the acceptance of the bid or bids. It Is to be de
livered at the United States Arsenal, Governors
Island, New ork, and at the United States Ar
senal, St. Louis, Mo , l.Ouo tons or more at each
place, free of II chargefortransportatlonor hand
ling, and will be paid for In regular certificates of
inspection and receipt,! y requisition on the Treas
ury Department, In the usual from
Did will be received for any portion of the quao
tin not less than 100 tons.
Bldi, with aj proved sureties, will be requited
tor the lultllmtut ol any contract that may be
1 ttde In pursuance of this advertisement.
The Derailment reserves the right to reject any
or all bids, If not deemed aatisfactorj for any
Piqposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen
eral CcorK D ilamsar. Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington, D. C ," and will W Indorsed " Proposals for
Lead" GEOHGK D HAMSAV,
aolS-wfiuUt Bifjr Gen. thief of Ordnance,
lROPtWALS FOR HAY, STRAW,
I AND GHAI.t.
ALEX ANURIA, A , NOV, U, 1BS3
wmrirN pnoPOIAIS urelnvlteilforfurnlah.
I itg Hiki , Straw, Oats, aud torn, for the use of the
(.ovenunent, to be delivered at Alexandria, Va
or any point ou the Potomac or Its tributaries, and
In such quantities within the amount proposed for,
nil at such limes as the undersigned may direct.
The proposals to be addressed lo the undersigned
and to state the quantity and price of each article
Propositi will be receUed for live thousand
(A.OOO) bushels of corn or oats, and fifty (60) tons
I I hay or straw aud upwards, unless It shall be for
tho Interest of the Guternmeut to contract for a
t orn to be put up lo good sacks or al out two (J)
I u-'iela, and oats in ssiks of about three (l) built-
i Is each, which are to ue luroisneu irce 01 enarge
to the Gnxernment, The hay and straw to be e-
All artUIvs furnished uoJT this advertisement
tu 1 0 sulject to a rigid iaipecllon,b) the Govern
m cut inspectur
purthiues will be made from time to time, uudtr
litis adwrtlseueut, (rom the lowest responsible
UdJerustlie inttrtsta of the public sen Ice raaj
rtm unilpialirne 1 reaervfa the rlsht to leiect anv
Kiid all olleis wtilch may le dieuied incompatible
vllli theiuteriats ol the bovernmeut.
lAvments will tu male In siuh funds as may be
1 rnvi.lfd frntn the United States lieasun. anJ an
lr as jirattlcable, uiuii dduerw but the under
klfracdresnvs iherUhtto withhold the whole or
ait pari ol lite pajmeuis unm me couipieie lui
liiimeiit of sffrescueuts
(.jut sctuntj will be required for the Ullhlul
liiiniinicni Ol any nitrrriiirin umun untier iais atv
crll.euiciit WILLIAM HTUUDAKU,
iknlS-Jm I t nUain and Assistant Q hi
V PNNLVANIA AFNU1C,
Iktwecu Slit and Kd a treats.
liOARDlNG BV THE DAV Ofl iWkLK, WITH
Ull V iinuv kuiutnui
fllKALS AT ALL llOVnS,
ri.ni.. , k Aall.
i(M-lV L'- H- OILMAN J
proposals ron roofing felt.
Orricc or Chief QvAnTXiMaarxi. I
Wajhmotoji. D. C , kpt , tatt. 1
PRDPOIAU are ollettad at I hie orlee far Ike
furnUhlng of KOOriNO FELT is oatlawmkla
qannUUsavaii.lt may be required from tin. to I
time, in the eoaatriMtton of rairjf itatlea aodl
The rctt to be delltered at (he wharf of tho Cav
alry Depot at Olabortt rout, near tliii elty.
Bidden are reqneeted to Had with their bid
sample of the quality of Felt ut.propoe fa
furnish. , r '
The Felt wui be labjeetto inspection on oeuvtry.
Lieut Col , and Chief Qunrtenuwter,
eelo tf Cavalry Bureau.
proposals "yon horses.
" C Avatar BoatAtr, )
Orrtcs or the Cnixr QoAmtsntiAtTcn, I
WAiHtnaTOii, D. C., Augnetlif uci,it A.
PROPOSALS are eollelted a4 wll be reejhred
HORiKS to be delivered at nmbarfFtnoiyirW
mat ruuaaeipnia, waaningion y, mjwmmnmm m
Y , or Indtanipolla, Indiana
tropoaaie wiu b eaneiovrwi lor u nuaieami
Tho ahllttv of lh bkMeft to fulfill kla ureemeat
must be guaranteed! by two responsible persona,
whose signatures musl be appended to tfii guar
antee. The responsibility of the guarantors 'must be
shown by the official certificate of the Clerk of the
nearest Dlitrtrt Court, or of the United States
iniinei Attorney. ,
Pronasals must be addressed to Lieutenant Col-
nmal A. a. eMwtelle. Chief Quarter master Cavalnr
Bureau, nod be Indorsed on the envelope " Propo
aala for Hortee H C G. SAWTELLK,
Lieut. Col. nod Chief Quartermaster,
aulS-tf Cavalry Bonnu.
PROPOSALS FOR HEAVY PROJEC
TILES. Okdhance Orricc, Wae DcrAniMcrr,
waihirqtok. novemDer IS. 10S.
HEALED PROPOSALS will be reeoired at
offloa until 4 o'clock p. m-v on the Itth of Deeess- ,
ber nent, for hkavi rHUJa;u'iiLa.s,ioDeaeuv-
ered In the following quantities, at the under-1
named ararnala, vln
ATTHEWATIITQWR AH1LHAL, Mail.
2,000 IMnch battering shot
B.000 lMneh shells
8,000 10-ioch ahot
6.000 10-inch sheila.
AT THE WATCnVUET AMENAL, WEST TS0V, N. T.
l,uuo 10-inon petieruig snot
I 000 16-inch shells
4,000 10-inch shot
3,000 10-lnch ahells.
AT THE V. B. AklERAL, OOVHOB'S IBLAHD, N. Y.
s 000 lEuncn nairenng anoi
3,000 IMnch shells
10 000 10 loch shot
8.000 10-lneh shells
AT THE AU.EOHART ARSEHAL, MTTSStTBO, PA.
I ,UUU IBHOVU OBlltTUl J BOOt
1,000 IMnch shells
1,090 10-lneh shot
3,000 10-lneh snails
AT THE ST. M1S ARSEHAL, ST. LOUIS, MO.
3,000 10 Inch shot
3,000 10-lnch shells
AT THE WASHINGTON ABSLNAL, WAIHIMOTOV, D. C.
i.uwi 10 men paltering snot
2,000 10-lneh ahot
1,000 10-lneh shells.
The Proleetllea are to be made of the kind of
metal, and Inspected after the rulea laid down In
the Ordnance Manual, with the exception of the
IMnch battering shot, which are to be made of gun
met al or tensile strength, ranglrg between ss,ooo
and 10,000 pounds to the square Toon, and these
muat be east from a reverberatory or air furnaee.
Drawings 01 ail tnese proieeuies ean oe seen m
any of the arsenals where they are to be delivered.
The project 11 ts are to be Inspected at the foundry
where caat, but muat be delivered at the various
rsenals, free of charge for transportation or
andllng until delivered at the arsenal. Deliveries
must be made at the rata of not Ini than Ave per
cent, per week, of the number ol projectiles con
tracted for; the tlrst delivery to be made within
so riava after the date of contract, and anv fsllure
to deliver at n specified time will subject the eon-
tractor to a loriciiure 01 me numner ne may tan
to deliver at that time.
Separate bids must be made for each kind of pro
jectiles 1 nod If any bidder proposes to deliver at
different arsenals, separate blda must be made for
aaeh kind At eash ulace.
No bid will be considered from parties other
than regular founders, or proprietors of works, I
who are Known to this Department to be capable
of executing the work contracted for In their own (
est ftblleh moots. 1
Each party obtaining! contract will be required
to enter into bonds, v, 1th approved sureties, tor Its
faithful execution. I
The Department reserves to Itself the right to
reject any or all bids. If not deemed setlsfae-
iorr, lor anj ciuh
Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen
eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ortlnaoee, Wash
ington, D.C," and will be endorsed " Proposals for
Heavy Projectiles. Gfe.0 D. RAMSAY,
noll-tuthsatlSt Brig. Uen. Chief of Ordnance.
Ordhamce Orricc, Wan Department,
Washihotok, November 30, 183.
That portion of the foregoing advertisement
which relates to IMnch battering shot Is with-
tlrawn tar the urssent. GEO. D RAMSAY.
Bilg. usu.f vine vi iruiiauer.
HE "GIDEON PRINTING
K1TABLIBHED IN 1805
(IIUEON A PKAKBON,
BOOK AND JOU PKINTKH8,
611 Mnth Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Ha lug greatly Increased the facilities of the
above Old Established Printing
House by an almost
FNTIRK RFNEWAL OF MATERIAL
And the addition or several or the most Improted
Are prepared to execute every arlety of
PINE MilTINQ CARD
IM.AIN OK COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
R F. I. 1 F. I) ON.
OWN W. VAN HOOK,
I1FNFRAL PRODUCE and
Butter, Eggs and Cheesei
' Tobacco and Segarsi
thampague, Sherry and Claret Wlneai
Brandy, U hisky, IMrtar, Ale and Cider.
Also, Agent for
Queen's Royal Cabinet Champagne.
66 Louisiana avenue,
OMITH'8 I SMITH'S 1 1 SMITH'S 1 1 1
480 8IV1NT11 8TRIET,
OppoilU th Port Offle.
MOW OPEMINO HI fTOCK OF FALL
"OENr, rURNIIHINO GOOD,,
HA.T1 AND CAN.
UITB M A D K "t O ORDER.
O.U tad . 8mpl.i( ,t
J. H. lUllU'D,
No UD IEVCNTH JTBLET.
un LKAR TUB TRACK!"
"p L K A R T U K
SMITH It BKALL
re now opening a splendid stock of
FALL AND WINTBR CLOTH INO.
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
CUSTOM QOODS MADE TO ORDER.
CaU and 1
SMITH & BEALL'8,
No. Mt SEVENTH STREET.
"rpHEOLD WAR-HORSE AHEAD."
J. BRUCE A Oil
Invite your attention to their stock of
MKNS AND BOYS
PALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
GCNTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Of every Description, and at Prices Beyond Con
J. B It U C K ,
No. 414 SEVENTH STREFT,
(Two Doors below Smith's )
A NOTHER PROCLAMATION.
f THANKSGIVING TUHKEYS AT WILSON'S
fb"e undersigned, having perfected his arrange
ments in rniiaueipnia, new tors, ena soston,
takes this meihod of informing hie eld customers
and tie public generally, that be Is receiving dally,
uy vnprwaa, ,
Prime Chester County Beef,
South Down Mutton,
Salem County, New Jersey, Veal.
fTlaeo Philadelphia Butter, Capons, Bucks eoun
tv ejul New Jeraev Chickens. Sweet Breads. Phee
ante, Partridges. Grouse, Sulpe, Woodeoek, Reed
Biraa, ana every luxury 01 me esirra marners.
Clear Boeton Pork. Soused Pics' Feet and Trliie.
Smoked and Pickled Salmon and Halibut. Also, a
Urge supply of Foreign and Domestic Frulti and
Talunlllee and others sivlae entertainments.
this Is the cheapest and best plaoe in Washington
to pure n see. inui n mwun,
oeit-sa 111 Feun. av., bet. Itth and sotu st
fliERMB OF THE SUPREME COURT
I OF THE DISTRICT OF LULUMBIA Wotloe
Ishereby given that, by a rule of the Court, Its
terms nave ocen oxcu as wnown
Third Monday of January.
Pint Monday of May.
Third Monday of October.
Tsreu afUu Circuit Court.
In which alone n jury la Impanoeled for the trial
Di eivii caa j
First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November.
TVreu of Vis Criminal Couii.
First Monday of March.
Third Monday of June.
First Monday of December.
Terms if Vn IHttrii Court,
First Monday of June.
nrat Monday of December.
First Tuesday of January.
First Tuesday ot February.
First Tuesday of March,
first Tuesday of April.
Third Monday or May.
First Tuesday of June.
First Tuesday of July.
First Tuesday of September,
First Tuesday of October.
First Tueeday of November
First Tueeday of Deeember.
By order of the Court. R. J. MEIGS.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
WIUWTI-TO WIT I
NnvtMiti 17th In the aiaa of Catherine Kuhn.
administratrix of Joseph Kuhn. deceased, the ad
ministratrix aforesaid has, with the approbation
of the Orphans Court of Washington County
aforesaid, appointed SATURDAY, the 13th day or
December, Ibfil, for the final settlement and dis
tribution of the personal estate of said deceased,
and of the assets In hand, ss fer as the same have
been collected and turned Into money 1 when and
where all the creditors and helis of said deceased
are notified to attend, (at the Orphans' Court of
Washington County aforesaid,) with their claims
froperly vouohed, or they may otherwise by law
r excluded from all benefit In said deceased's
estate t provided a copy of this order be published
once a week for three weeks In the Daily twtiontl
Rfputllcnt previous to the said 13th day of De
Test 1 7.. C. BOBBINS,
noio-wsw Register of Wills
THIS 18 10 GIVE NOTICE, THAT
lli aubaerlbtfrhaa nhtalneJ from the Ornhan'i
CUurt of Washington County, In the District or
loiumma, icuera iriiamvoiery on toe pvrauuai
eatate of George anderlehr, late of Lafayette,
atste of Indiana, deceaaed. All persons having
claims against the salddeceased are herby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of Novem
ber next f they may otherwise by law be excluded
I rom nil beoent of the said estate
Given ueder my hand this I ith day of November,
TO D1S0HARQED SOLDIERS AND
As there hnve han nmv ennnlalnta muta hw
the Relief AasoeUtlon, nod the friends of Dls
charged Soldiers, about slok and disabled and Dis
charged Soldiers being
U the purchase of
the undersigned deems It his duty to caution all
those travelllngto Philadelphia, New lork, Bos
ton, and the Northern or Eastern States,
THE ONLY PLACE
to procure tickets
IB AT THE
TICKET OFFICE Of THlB.fcOn.R COMPANY.
AT THE DEPOT.
It is the only place when a passenger ean pro
euro a Through Ticket, or where you can have
I our baggage checked through to the aboe cities
ROBERT W. EDMONS,
ooS-tf Passenger Agent
OF II (J U It H .
.del kin, Wllnalafetom ad Halt I More
R A I t H O A 0 .
On and after MONDAY, JAN oth, 1641,
fASSKHQhR TRAILS LEAVl. flllUVA, FOB
eepted,) &,U.Mn. m., (Express,) and tot) p.m.
anu t'i m., ugn.
Cheetor, at s.15 a, m, 1 00, 4 30 and lioop m.
wuaungTon. av ,w uonusys excvpieu,) 0 10,
II as a.ao, s.00, 4.3Q and U.00 p. m
New Castle, at B Ida. m and 4 30 p m.
Dover, at B.1S a. m. and 4.90 p, m.
Seitstmry, at 8.11 a. m.
TRUSS FOR fMLADkLPUlA IkUk
BAlttmoreat 8 00. 10 10 a. m., (Express,) I 10 (kx
preee,) S.15 ana 9 m (Express ) p m.
p. m . 4,10, 1 00 and li.io p. m.
Salisbury at 3.1S p. m.
nunuran 1 in. in mm 11 u w., um
uiieru a a,oe p m.
Dover at SJ0 , tu. and lo p. u.
New Castle at 8.10 a. m. and 8 10 p. m.
Cheater at 8.10 and 10 ot n. m . u su. s 01 mj
Leave Baltimore forSaIlibury and Intermediate
stations at S SI and 8 15 d. m.
Leave Baltimore for Dm er and Intermediate sta
tions, at 1 10 p. m.
TRAlfiS FOR H ALT I MURK
Leave Cheater St 8.44 a. m , 1 16 p m.
Leave Wllminelan at 1.00. 1 21 a. u . 11 IS. 4 10
p. m , ana 1 w a. m.
FREIGHT TRAINS, with Daasenrer oar attached.
will run aa follows t
Leave Philadelphia, for Perryvllle and Interme
diate places, at 1.M p. m.
Leave Wllmlnrton. for rerrrrllle and lntermodl
Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia and Interme-
ilata claeee at n. ta.
iuiuia s wniy a u, man i
....... .. .. j ..
, from Pblla-
leipnia to nainmore.
rrom PhUadelyhln to WUmlngton at 11 and li
si. n. ....
rrom wumingion 10 rniiaueipma ai 1 p. m. anu
it ion. m.
Only at 8.W p. m. from Baltimore to Philadel
phia. mar 18-U WM. STEAHNS, Supt.
rHE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL- I (1 nd COinDrehenslvo narrnth o of the ex
PHI ANU TRENTON HAILUOAD CUMHA.. lKir anu coinpreueuBiYU uarrainuut u.,x
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
eTVOJT PXTTLADSLVniA TO MW T0HK
AND WAT rLAom,
rrejsH WeJmvt It rest Wharf sued Kia
will lbatb as roixowi, vis i Tare.
At S A. M , via Camden and Amboy C'fcA.
Aeeommodatlon , . $3 36
it S A. M , via Camden and Jersey aty3etew
Jersey AcoommoUUon - 9 38
At S A. U , Via Camden and Jersey tltyt
Morula La ureas
A. M , via Camden and Jersey Oty-
su Class ncaei . . ,
At 11 A.M .vlaKeoslotlon aneTJ
KX press - ihvyr -9,
at l M.. via Camden end Ambov li and
A Aeeommodatlon - 1M
At S P. M , via Camden and Amboy C aud
A. Kxuress ...... 10
At S P.M. Tie Kensington and Jersey tltyt
Washington aud N. Y. I- xpress -
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HOW LOST I HOW lir,ruH D I
Just Published, In a Scaled n doie Pilcriixcta.
A Lk-CTUKK ON 1HK NAlUHt, IKKAl
ment, and Radical Cure ol fcpermatorr luea, or sem
inal weakness, luvoluntnrj l-mUilons, M-xnal
Debility, and Imptdlmeuts to Marriage Keo rli 1
Nenousaess, Cousumptlou, J-i"Utjn) and l-iuj
Mental and Physical lncapackly, rcnulllnit trcui
Self-Abuse, Ao, by hoht. J. tuUerwell, M D, au
thor of the Green Rook, Ae
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUKF IU Hf "
Sent under sea), In n plain en elope, to an) ad
dress, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two
postaglnrps.by Dr. CM J C, KLINf,
Wl BOWEKi, NY Vuitk,
Ml-JmlndAw Post Offlue Box, !,
For the National Republican.
A IIRAVr TnAi.v.
she was a glorious creature perhaps a tittle vain
As she swept alone; the Arenue, drawing a silken
Her robe was verr costly, her trail was verrlonr.
And murmured admiration swelled out from every
Of idle swells and loalera the fair one chanced lo
Or who ogled her from taverns end corners if the
And thus she promenaded, through many weary
Astonishing the peop'e with her grand and lofty
Butat length her train grew heat y, and with labor
on she strode,
M1a her garment, like a drag-net, took the
sweepings of the road,
On she struggled, till she fainted t her brain spun
And two ner-it-har.d policemen tried to bear her
Though well and atle4odled, their strength was
all In rain (
They could lift the gentle damsel, but they eouM'ot
budge her train t
At last her skirt was llfteJ, and
A terrible mess lay wetterlng there,
Beneath the dress of the lady fair t
There were quids of tobacco and stumps of cigars
11 Old sojers " tint surely " had been through the
A dead rat and a sausage, an oldMdftggert)pe,'
Cockroaches, 111 e spiders, and pieces of tripe,
All plastered together with feculent dirt
A pretty appendage to an elegant flirt I
Thej luted liertfKitprl)
Htnilltd with CArc
1'ut tier Into . hack .nil lent lier home, and It 1. lo
lie hoped ih will not.,. la bcfutlty of prom
eroding the itreett la her eiealng Ure...
Gol. Streight's Famous
Raid into Northern
A rORIIETT SN0MS OF THE AFFAIR.
Our Soldiers iu tho Saddlo
Pour Days and Nights.
W'h nrit rnntili-d tit lav tiefnro mir readers a
' litdltlou of Colonel A. D. Strelght, with
tnountitl brigade, Into tUo northern part of
Alabama and Georgia, which spread such con
iteruatlon through a great portion of rebellion)
oun flue day last summer. Tho reader will not
he at a loas as to the iau&ci of the failure of
the expedition after reading this accouut, and
It nil! bo seiu that no greater ncrolem husueen
00 ' diilatJ throuirhout the war than by the toeu
. whoeoiujKmcd Itt
I I ulll attempt to glvojou a sjuopsls of our
ijioexptnimon 10 AuruiAiuunuu auu titorgta.
rurly lam April lour rigiincma 01 jucitta
troops Third Ohio, Hfty tlrst ludlana, Kli;h-
so uuii Illinois ana Dueuij-iuiru luuuua ri'i
iiuiita uero orgaulred by Col. titrelicht, dc-
,IHJ 1 lignul for "pedal, stcra aeriro. We wtro
too luitlal1 equipped at Jnslnllle, and left there,
April lllh, with about scuntten hundred
too (1,700) iikii and eight hundred (MJO) animals,
and proceeded to Fulumn, 011 the Cumberland
1 1 rltr, by trnnnports. 0 scound the country
i through in Furl Heurv.ou ihelruuusvo river.
pit king up on thu rouie all the serviceable
uulnmla no could llud. whUb. InfluJlnir thoao
I .... iir iiwlll.i wltli ufrnftiitllc1 iiMnmimni
.,.. two , lrdl of ti,0 fommnu J,
j ynm yorl neorj wo procteded by traueport
i up the rier lor.a-ipon, a BUJiuuiai lanaitig
u tho uorthuist cormr of the State ol MUihv
l'pl. an p1K"1 mllci Irom luka, tormtrli tho
Bieiio of iiuoofourirallaut "HosV triumphs,
(iLn. Dodge, with hit Coilulli army ua at
1 Ihla thno tncamptd about tiu mlltn dlsUut,
nailing our arrhul. It Ulng the irogramine
wi" I'"" to niako a uimoustruuou up mo itou-
und iHlur polul 111 the JlIe) lor the purpuso
l iiMfrmi; inu inoi,uii;uia vi uur uApuuitiuu.
Ai s04in nini! uiruruuarkiu ai fcampon, aua
iliniilniM hud bciu given lor camplug thu UII
Urint rrglmeula mid curing for the uulmuU,
( olouel tilrtlght fctarlcd lor (ioutrut Dojgt's
ii irltrr an ni r lew whh that oitkcr hulug
,,, otUBury fiir our future, optratlous.
Hero I will tneutiou clrcumstuuro which
t outribQl-d mucli, no doubt, la our failure and
ultimate cjpmre, Whllo disembarking and
1 Ickitlugotir aiilmala. a stampede wan treated
union g them, and u early thrio hundred of tho
bint mo had est a no J. 1110 oiuccr left in com
inuud of the brigade, Colonel Law sou, of tho
Sin Ohio, look no supa to n.coer them, und
nun ly reported to Colomt btrtlglil, un hU re
turu from (lLncral Dodge's camp, that tweutj-
llvuor inirty ol tucm uaa got uwu. colon a
S. cuustd au examluatlou to be made, aud thu
number first stated was found to bo mining.
llothtrifuro Immediately adupud tueusures
to recoer at hast part of the strujed animal.
U ut after much w ear and tearof mcu aud horse
Ilish, only a small uumhtr were secured. As
juu know how the Colouel Iewo auydeiillc
tlon ol dut), ceu Iu a subordinate, to an)
nothing of un ollieer wham ruuk ghes him re
spouslUIlltles of o mueh Importance, )ou
inu) eaill judge of Ihu humor he wm Iu ul
this pletuof utglUeiui.
It now seeiiRd doubtful whether Colonel
Strelght could mount thu com 111 iud aa speedily
as disiicd, U10 rebel soldlera halug prisse-d
luto thu sunUe near!) all tho animals In Ihc
couulrj. Thus heu uocYpetled but llttlowc
found Iho utmost dlllUulu. In fuel, a Iqbs
energetic eommiudir than ho would luvo tn
tlruly failed In this pjrtleular.
o joined (ieu. Dodgu at Scar Creek and
marched with him u part of his eominaud as
far us Tusiumbla. Ikru he turned ocr to us
a tew of hU anlinnU which n elledour uiounted
lorto to about tuurtfiu huudiud, huludltig
man) almost wotlhlcss aud uuahod horses and
I rom thu ahot e placu (ieu. Dodgu mo ed ou
toward Court la nd, white our comma ud touku
southeuelerl) euiire through KusselU Hie, and
JlloimtallIe In thu dliettlouof the Cooturhtr.
lhu tlrst da) podge incountered the enemy,
(ieu. Forrest's taalry aud (Ieu. llndd)'s brig.
ude of mounted Al ihamlans, but alter some
iueouBldcnihle lighting ft.ll back, thluklug to
ilriw tlie tiuui) ulkr him. Ill reison lor
dolmr bo. howocr. ore et unknown. It wus
ixjedid bv Col. Sirtlght, und, In fuel, thu
ongiuui oijtii 01 am imnuincui was to ioer
our expedition and eugugc ttiotut.ni) uulllwe
wireutyoim pursuu, wiueu 110 uuea 10 uo.
a Mioii us we Ull buik, the euemi's wholo
Ion a I II upon U4 unit uttutked our reur at
umi" iiiip. inu iiiini iiioriiiug uiier leavuii:
'luniumbla. It wus Col, birelght'i dittnuln t
tlon 10 juiii, 11 miiie, u ciiuiilet. lint preits.
lug it closely and bringing lorwurd lln,lr ur
tiller) , throwing shot and ahull iuio our eu.iimu,
u light was the oul) ultmuathe. bo he ordered
1 hult, dlamounied his torn maud and lormul u
Hue ut buttle, ruudy to gle the rebels awuriu
tKiLtloii, aud If posslhTo, to bo erlj pie tin in
that thty would uoi djrelollow uslurtlier j aud
Ihl we would most ellitluull) hatediu, had
Ihf) uot io greuily uiiluiiiuUnd u.
After about three hoars of brisk flehtloff. In
which Roddy's brigade and two regiments of
rorresri ainsion, with n lull cattery 01 artil
lery, were eniraeed. we completely ronted
tbemf eipturlng two long tu elvo-pounder brass
pieces, ana Killing id a wounamg aooai one
hundred and eighty oftleen and men, Including
apiaiu rorresi, a urotner or tno ucnerai.
We remained here long enough to care for
our wonnaea, aoom inirtr in number, includ
ing the gallant Lieut. Co). Sheets, of the 61st
Indiana, who has since died, and at the same
time ready to give the enemy a second whip
ping should he advance. This, however, he
did not do daring onr occupation of thli nosl-
tlon, and not until General Forrest's whole
aiviBioa came up did thry start In pursuit.
By this time we were some mtlos advanced
but they pressed ul 10 cIobcIv that about al:
o'clock In the evening we were again compelled
togUe them battle. In thli flgbt they had
their whole force engaged, but by Col. fllrelghl-S
skillful mameuulng of our little brigade, we
were enauiea 10 meet ana reputse tnem at eery
point. This, together with tho conndenco In
hla courage and giueralshtp with which our
victory lu the morning and his presence alwaj a
at the most critical au 1 dangerous positions
uau luspireu ine mm, certainly-is an iuai ena
bled tu to meet and drive back tho discomfited
numberi, 10 much superior to ours, and having
at their command leural pieces of artillery.
Our artillery consisted of only two mountain
howltzuraand tho two pieces taken from the
enemy lathe morning For thu latter mo had
hut a email quantity of ammunition, tho call
son bt lug nearly empty when captured, tiny
were, therefore soon of no service So tho Colo
nel ordered them iplkcd and the wheels cat
down. The rejmrt of li rearms In this action
wua terrific. The flashes from muxkitry and
artillery lighting up the hill from all sides, ren
dering the scencof death and earnago onu of
the utmost sublimity.
Col. Strclgbt'i horso was shot under htm
three times and finally killed. It was now
about 10 o'clock, yet by tho light of tie full
tnoou we were able to discover tint the enemy
had begun towacr and full back, unable to
contend longer agalust the destructive fire nur
brate bojs werejourlng Into their ranks from
the admirable position ao skilfully selected by
Cot. Strelght for our line of battle. In a short
lime all was quiet, uud we werelctorlou on
two baltlc-Qclds In one day.
Deforeprocccdlng further the Colonel ordered
Col. Hathaway to He in waiting with hla regi
ments Iu the hca y timber near by, aud ambush
tho enemy In case of au Immediate ad t a nee.
1 he other regiments of tho brigade tin 11 mot cd
forward; but some time elapsed before the
encni) dared to pursue, und when he did so,
hla intlre advanced battalion camu up within
fortt yards of our ambushed relmeuu, which
at that Instant poured a lull volley Into their
ranks, seudlng them back In the greatest con
tusion, with the full conviction, uo doubt, that
eer tree for miles around nhcltcred a ankeu
xtlilhr. But rci)lngontheudantaaof being
In their own couutrj, consequently ueimalnted
with ecry ruid and h) path, const loua of ihelr
Imposing liumbcra the) soon rillkd uud at
tacked u again about two o'eloek In the mor
nlug. Col. Slrelghtagalu resolved 10 ambush them.
This proved so aucceaaful, uud gave them such
a taste of uukeo courage and strategy, that
w 0 had no further auno) auce uutil about noon
Ul 1110 ucav uuj, nucu lutir auiauio miiiu up
with us just when we were lcavlDg Uluunta
lllo. AU that oficruoon and until about S
o'clock uext day wo had constant skirmishing,
when tney aavancca iu lorco wnuc we were
feeding and we wcro compelled to glo tbem
battle, that seeming to be the only mean
otkred to free ouretlus of their unwelcome
jnaenct. Uowuru agalu victorious, routing
thu reU as usual but here we hud to mourn
the death of the bra to and gullant Col. J lath
awa), who ftll whllo rail) lug his regiment
agalust a a charge of the eneui)'s caalry, IU
was a brac soldier and a good man.
Here I musl ag iln speak of the cournjre au 1
skill displayed by Coloocl titrcight, Iu Ulapor
lug of hli troops aud Inspiring the mm with
his own Indomitable spirit. Iu fut, (idieml
Forrebt w is heard to remark after our aurreiid
er, that he w as the best brigade t ommandrr he
cer encountired. 1 he tight at this plaiu had
tho desired tllcct In clinking thu eutui), and
giving ua more time lo mou tm toward our In
teudfd dcfllluallon, ewtrc at thUtlint- ubout
lift) miles from Kome, (la., thu iIni al whldt
wo Inttndid iroeslug the Cnna rhrr aud a
city couUlulng some touslderablu nbd gov
erument propett), and having (oiumiiulcatli n
b) railroad und Ulegraih with llaUanl
It occurring toColoml btrelght that It wj
possible for (tcuerul torn. ft iu eeul a touriir
to this point to uppi lee tho mllltar) command r
of our advaucufi virul hourn b lore wo could
possibly roach there on our J ided anlmils.hu
onhredu detail of twohundiul pit kid men,
mouutcd our I en aulm its, uudi r command of
Ca tain Mussel!, 5It Indluua, to rocetd with
tint greatest dispatch to this place, taku posaji.
thm of this rlvtr bridge, railroad to k, tilt
graph Hue, iVc , bi fore the Ion is Hum totld
make r(parutlouA for dtKine, or troops 1 c
brought from Atlanta nnd otlur ninl on tho
railroad, In t ase they w ire adv 1st d of our move
nit nt. Colouel 8. UOtv kit lOUlldeiitnf being
able to dude the uuni) and reuth Cooat rlvtr,
which, If wesucctededln crossing ind destro)
lug thu bridge after u, nothing to ihl Inunrre
to prevcut the complete oucttsa of the exptdl
tlon. Our Impel would, no doubt, have bm 11
reallzud hid not our guide tuUlcd usin n-gtrl
to the roul by whkh to cros the Chattooga
river, which lav 011 oar route. Iu Justice to
hlm,howeur, I will remark, that lit' wa 1
true aud falthlul man, uud this was the onl
lustaute lu whkh he stenitdat fault. Uutthls
unforluuato clrcuuittauce took us at lea&t
twelve mite out of our dlrut routi, biflJts
otherwUu dela)lug u. u man Iud all this
night, maklug four coustcutlve divs uud
nights In the siddle, exicpt when lighting or
fit ding our animal.
ulwlthstaudiug the ihutUviueLl we guvu
the eueiny the i rev ious evening and the Intimi
dation tuuscd by our Bubduquent dtmonstra
tlon, the dchi) mused b) our guile enabled
him to overt ike uud atluik us aim it 1 o'eloi k
next moinlug, aud after some Blight kfrmlh
lug den. r orrinl sent up a flag of truce di man 1
inga surremkr. Lol.btiulght held it conulta
lion with 1 lie reglmcnlul commauder, in w hk h
our Blluaiiou un 1 ihauei of auiLLaa HirafulK
cauvaafed. Wo had I ut u bin ull quaullt) of
arunrrv ninuiuuiuoii, 1 ne lew Mitiias or ritle
aud musket cartridges 011 hatul wiru uutlt for
tinlio. 'Ihueueui) had u brigade on our Ht
eudtuvoilug to lluuk, uud was, In fatt, ul tins
time m tru Uomo tli 111 we wire.
Our imn mirocoiii'Utd) iuaiiiel,liaUiig
hud no not tor four davs uud nights, wink
dcu. Forribt having the adv image of t ,J
hoi sis, had been able to rct hi lomui 111 1 ul
kaet half of tuch nlgbt,aud wai iu tlnril n
fresh uud vigorous tompartvl with tin ctudi
tlon of both our exhausted itieit .111 1 aiiiin i
t ui t. Kuell uud his n Iv un i t" hundud
inui wuu unnbloto tiotlie iiwrut K mu
the Colonel Cumin uidluj at tint liu,a lol.
Mrclght bad fuartd would bj tin tact, havlu.
been informed bv dUiatthislromtitii. ForuM
of our advance, hud colluti I 1 I irge forte an 1
put tho illy In a ru)lin t " f detenu'
Commanding lhi bridge with tefiral put ol
urtllkr)i had also toiu up the flour uu 1 IU I
straw uud turjiutlnorL 1 1) to Ignite lu itt an
attempt wa undo to lorn u tt wing
It was evident u ha I to coutuid with u u
p. not Ion. 1, both id lioul uud re 11. til lhou
tlrniui-t uii 1 1 ikiii Into toiickk'rutl. noui ir
iiiuut iiiUB txiinid hopckxit. It was tin ret trc
did kd to Kiintiidu on the following term
r iidirtgliiuui o Ktnlii iu toloio, uutl the otll
cei uuu inui their piivutu 1 rupiri), lueludliu
Mm side limit ot the toiimr. I henu ttrmi who
unned to l v In n. rornst, and our brlgudo wa
tin 11 druw u up lu line, our onus slut kid, uud w k
wire prlnomr of wir I ol. MMghl made a
tuw ruitarka, toin) lliiieulliig thu uuu ou tin lr
InruU 1 Liiidiui, path me, uud en turuiM e lm Int,
tin ispedUlonj ulso, stating thu cause tbai
necessitated a lurrcndcr. Three very heart r
cheers were then giving by the offleeri and
men for" Qen. Strelght" and three mort for
The loss of the enemy In the Tsrlon battle
and skirmishes during the fire days preceding
our lurrcnder, I am ntlsQed, Oom personal
observation and reliable Information from other
sources, amounted to full 500 killed and wound
ed, besides a large number of prisoners; whllo
our loss was not far from 100. Such a wn
di (Terence In the casualties cm only be account
ed for by the skill with which Cot. Strelght se
lected hli position! for giving the enemy baltta
and the admirable manner In which his troop
were always posted, which he took rare was
alwiyi done with especial regard to the safety
and preservation of the men concealing them
behind log, rises In the ground, clnmp of
buibc, rocks, ct so when the enemy al
vanced, our men, with almost perfect safety tn
themselves, could send death and destruction
Into their rinks.
The small lose on our side ta notwithstindlnr
astonishing, when we take Into consideration
that during the time wc had al least eight hour
of as severe fighting as has occurred In any en
gagement durlugthewar. Infactminyof our
oiucera and meu declare uiat at times w e liat
harder fighting than we experienced even at.
Pcrryvlll or Murfrcesboro. The fact that w
bad more men killed and wounded wllhour
batttrv. from first to last, than it took to man
It, nnd cost more than threo times tho usual
ratio of niriccrs, I evidence sufllclcntof th
saugulnar) character of onr dlterent entrain
THE KXCIMNdK UP PlimUXKK.
The following la a loiter addressed brthc
Solicitor of the War Department to a gentle
man, tn reply to som luqulnoa fur luforma
tlon a to IhecatiM of the relation In the p
change of prisoner:
WAtHtNOTt-H LlT, Nov. 3J, 1-3C3.
Dfah Bin Your letter of the 17th ln bcn
received, In which you Inquire whether anv
document are novvacctIbIt. or will bo IILelv
soon to be published by our (iovcrnment, n
latlng to the exchange of prisoners of war
aud vouJitMty remark that the subject excite
a deep interest Inconsequence of thcuffirlng
of our meu tu Richmond.
The correspondence pumUhud hi the Itlcli
mond pipers does not, It la thought, present
the matter In Its true light. In a few days the
eutlru correspondence w 111 bo made public hem
Ibcre are scleral sir tons dltllenltlci In tht
wa) of continuing an exchange of prisoner 1
One Is the bad taith of Iho euemv tn outtlutr
Into mllvc &mlcu many thousands of paroled
prisoners, captured at Vicksburg and elt
Mhero, without releasiug any of our soldiers
hdd by them, llut unotlier diQIculty of still
graver lmportince Is Wie jxrtutptory rrfiisal h
the tutni'j to exchanqe roluttl 4ditt and their
irutcolari tipon term uhaUtte, It Is welt
known that they havcthnalencd to sell colored
captured soldiers Into slaver), uud to liaur
The (lovcrnment demand tint all ouccr
and soldiers should be fairly exchanged, other
wise no more prisoners or war win oe given
up. The lalth of the Uovcrnmeut la pledge 1
lu these officers and troops that they shall bit
protected, and It cauuot and will not abandon
to thu savage crutllv of stdicmastcr a slugt
oflkcr or soldier wh ha been called ou to
defend tbe ting of hi country au t thus expoiel
to the huzards of war.
It lu bceu suggested that cehaugitt mightt
o ou until all except the colored troop and
their white olllccrs have been given up. Hut,
if tills were allowed, the rebel woul t not mil)
be relieved of the burden of maintaining our
troop, but they would git back thclrown men.
retaining tiieir power over tm very perou-
whom wc are solemnly bound to rescue, aud
upon wliora thev could then, without fear of re-
tullulloii, carry Into vxecutlou Uxi luhumau
crucltks thiy have no basely threatinid.
Ihe Prehlent has ordered that the ttru liw
nl ntallatlou shall without hmltatiou betu
foried, lo ave'tige tho death of tint llrst UuImu
aoldkr, of whatiivir ioor,wbom tL" tnemv
ahall Iu cold blood deUro), or acll luo alav rv.
Alloilur qumtinns betwun tM mi) l )oti
poind for future- settkuieiit, I ul the lair t -change
of colored noldier nnd of their w hit'
oillecrswlU bu insisted on l) the (toveriuiieui
in torn innttier reiwi Homier or nimir win
1 bo sutk rings of our mm lu Klcauiou I are
the "libit t f decii re 'ret an I Bviunatliv h n .
mid tin re ln t'tm no w tut of ellort tu ulfn I
II p iriftlbli rdi l. erv truly )oum,
II I liM UlTINU.
'I lie I'sitMrtoi h lrt t km rs or Nri.HJ A
not 11TI0N9 It h li ln'toiiie a qtiihlliin Tor Hie
vtr) grave vm slderation of the City Count It,
w hither the asoelatlou of no'rocj, imJt r th
pn tt use of rcllglou lulluuien, U uot t vertluj;
u biilelnl ell eit upon thi tututil da-t of our
populitloti. ihe truiit 01 iiiit 1 aiit-ui in
racti that drop out nttaftioiiall). Lptn t'm
I ist appearand of the Vaukem at tn leiltk
burg, ttnionl) negro 4 who weut oil with tluin
when they n tired were those wh helour( to,
or were Ire 'ueuttr nf, tho Afrb iu ihunh
tlure, llieotlur, wlnt went with their mi
Ur tn church, kept ahk,f from them. The,
ncuro llolltiid, notlud il.t where Hliukrai
lest for wiltiug paste for alave t escape t
the Vunkei, wu- a "pillar" In au African
thurihlu this cltv, uud ukaler lu the ehtli.
Vl hi ri'out wan found u nuslc tuning toik,
and a vurkty 01 mush and pra)ir books -JtuiinunJ
IhohboveU no new thing. The rcbd re
pudiate 1 religion wheu the) llred the tlrt gnu
at feunikr. AU that has remained bluec of re
liglou- ttaehtu; or precept! within the nb-l
fctatis Las beiucouflued to the Afrkau hiinh,
und wu should naturally expect llut 1 w U
lu reader be prohibited there.
Mil HETAitr Stanton tok rh-iiik-gl"u i"
ulniKr catMa) at hi home tal lu Ohio
LltTUI HoM-lViLtlM Hli. UlSTAIer fl 1 OM M-
sie am. TiifciB LoenoN Arwory Stjuare boa
ltnl, Seieiiilisin't rat,t)itwueu C auJ Uiouth,
Cnrtrr tiuill, ourteiutli strvrt west, at ter
uiluusuf clt) rilrut4
LOitiiutUn hu Hal, Touitrenth strirt writ, at
Cftnq Iflllioai Uiilivenlhslrctt wt?it,t teiml
nuai till) tHllroid uoi Hi
UjukUb hoaiitftl, cuiucr ol I streit auj New
fcklntou liuij ital, ib iiitUaa faliu, ucutUeait
IriUvtr) liutpitnl, iintr Aluu Huiiae, eil ,i( the
Hnk) hua Hal, htiiJa.l (tieru, tuiirlb ilirt.
niirtlifrtt ot city
Hnrvwood hui(.ltM, torcorau'a laru, vt..tt
Jutklnry ftquare hoapttal, JuJiciry iitrt,
knloraiua (41.11II ux) l.uital ttuvk eie, k, out
Llutuln hoipltsl, on imlttiait ol c aj H.il
Mount I'leaa-vnt lu.i Hal, rouitieuih iireft,
trjundCatvrr hoi Hl
Miiilutr) tottjlttl, (Uwuefli'Hii.jcwrner of liay
aul Ultin atm ts
ttuuo huiitol, hiiiiitrrutli itrrtt, near tnluui
M. Hiikbetli hi Hal, tluiiit Mll'iiu,) teyout
Nvy irtrJ west
kl Alo)siu hospital, lawttuitvotlle,) North Cai
ttul au4 K stteeta
M anion busnllal. 1 aoJ w Jul it V tveuue
Utsuiitrrv fc-) ku4 r tr lutlnuat), mt.ui f'giir.
tfeutlt stret aul uavtl avmuc
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