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WAera.TW, Peeeml-r 11 1444.
Oa 111 After IOBDAT RIOBT. Die. IS, 1444,
ruiuin Train ketwe.1 Wiaklif tn til Bil
Un will imi u fellewe i, ..
TBAIH4 MOTIBrf HOVttt.
. L-BALTIMOM, WAT UTATIOB ABD
HASRHBUKO TBilH-leaTe WuUiflMtU
. m. Arrlre it EilUMH CO . m.
S 1 HIW TOBK.AHDPHILADXtPntA
'Xxr&IS-UiMWur.itnT.ao i. n Ar.
rWi It rMMilpUt 1. M p M. i Hew Totk 4 90
p. m. If o Baltimore ticket! eol.
Ho. J. BALTIKOMAHD WMTIRHTBAIB.
Leare WiaMi,toi 8.13 A. n., etevplie:
WIT UHoll, cono.ctltf It HellT with tin kin
Trill tor lie Wut, Ml mehljBilllHrl 00
Ho! 4. HEW TOBK MAIL THAI. lew.
Wuhlutoill.lS l. m. Arrlr. it Beltlmor.
ItUi n. ; rMladelpb.li 4.87 p. m.; Hiir
Tot! l lot 00 p. m
Ifo 0. -UALTIMORK TRAIN AMD WAT STA.
TIOHS. LeiT. Wlablajtoi 3 00 p m , Ion.
llif tt Bail wltk Trtdtrlck trill. ArtlTi
Hnr.m!lBAlS&0BRB COVKUTATION ita
PHILADELPHIA TKAIB LetTl VTiablaa;toi
4.90 p. m. Arrlre at BalUnor. 4 10 . tt. Till
trill etepe it Bli4eierrarf. BeltiTlfl., Liiril,
iid AiitpolU Jmetloi oilr.
T Ho. 7 BOSTOH, ALDAMTAMD HBWTOBK
XZrBISSTBAIH Lear. WeAMiakil 4 00 p.m.
Arrlra tt Hew York 4 00 1. m. Mall, lid paa.
Hitin br tbU trill oinet with tU tbe earl r
morilig, llaee learlng- Haw York for tb Seat,
Horth ind Weet Ho rb.lll4llpb.il ud Bllll
toon tlekete aold ij tbli train, which u llmltad
In capMltr by OoTaramait ordere, to tiair tba
nil I a.
Ho S. BALTIMORE AHD nARBIBBUBO
TBAIH LattlWublutoi it 9.45 p. m. Ar.
Tito it Biltlroon it 9 U p m
Ho MW TURK, PlIILADlLPniA ud
WgSTBRN TRAIH taira Wuhlntoi it 7 SO
p m , itopplii; tt Raltr Honso forwattari
ptaaugara to ttka Eipraaa Trail tarOnfloa,
wbaalloir, Pirkarabori, ud ill polila li tba
Waal. Kaiebaa Hav York it 0 19 1. m
Tor Asiipolla tbi couactloia will bo mad a
with tba 9. 19 1. m. tod tba 9 audi. SO p. m.
Iron Wuhlnflon. Ho trill to or from Aimpo.
Ua on Snidar.
SUHDAY TBAIH8.
Tbo oilr trtlne from Wuhlsitoi for ptaaai
(art oi Siidi ira tba 8. 19 ud 11. 13 1 m. , lid
.loop m. for Baltlmora, ud 7 90 p. m. for
BilUmora, Pbllldalpklt, Haw York ud tba
Wait, tod tha ( 00 p m for Haw York oLT.
TROM BALTIMORE, tha oiltrtlia 00 8of
dtr trt Hoa 1 ud 4, it 4 30 1. n , tod 8. 90 a.
m., wltb tba Haw York puMngara ud rnilla,
ud tha Ho. 4 it 9 90 ud No 9 it 9 00 p m
BlMplif ctra dlract to Haw York oo 7. 90 p.
n trtlia daily. w
Through tlcketa to tba Waal, la wall la to
Philadelphia, Haw York or Boatoo, ctl In had
HtboEtitloi Tlckat OOca it ill bonra litha
dar, la wall u tt saw offlta lo Iba Aroarlcu
Talagrapb Billdlig, PaioajlTuli traiia, U
twaaa Poar-ud-l-llilf ud 81ilh atreati
Bagjaja will be checked it ill honra ; llao for
tbroagh polite, to atve troable ud coifoelon it
tba deputua of the tritaa.
Tor farther lafonnttlon, tlcketa of eTery klod,
A-e , apply to George 8. Kooita, Ageit it Wlab
ligtoa, or it tba Ticket OOee
W'P. BUITH,
Heater of Trloaportatloi.
L. M. COLE,
dalO-tf Oeiertl Ticket Ageit
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINQTON, AND
J. BALTItlUKK UAU.KUJLV.
T I B TAB L X .
rlAniMielir MONDAY. Daeembar 19th. 1894,
trilia will lotTi depot, corner of Broad atreel
ud VYtabliigtoa ireooe, te louowe i
Azpreae ireia ii .vj . iu iuuua -eepted,
) for Btltlmoro tod Wtehligtoo. atopplog
it mtmiagion, lerrjTine, iiiii.Bfiwl
Aherdeaa. l'errTman'a. lad Mliraolll.
WirUill Trill it 13 a. m , (Sundaji ez
eptd,)for Billlmore, elopplig it lllregaltr
etttloie, eoonectlDg with Deltwtre railroad it
tvumiigion lor Minora, oiuaoary, aaa laiviuie'
ditto atatloia.
ixpreae irmia i. lu p uj (ouuu,;i &
cepted,) for Baltimore ud Wtahlngtoi, etopplog
11 UDeeier, miuiiDglOB, Aiaiua, aeriimo,
ud Uirre.de.araca
Xxpraaa Trill it 1 00 p m , (luntje ex
cepted.) for Baltimore ud Waahlngtoo, etopplng
it Wllmtigtoo, Hewtrk, Elktoi, Horthotat,
Perrrrllle, Utrra.dearte, Perrymai'a, ud
Magnolia
Hliht Eipraaa it 11 13 p m , for Btltlmoro
ud Wiibligtoi, atopplog at Cheater, (oilr to
take Baltimore ud WaahlDgton paaHeagera,)
Wllmligloo, Newtek, Elktoi, Horthetat, Par.
rrrllte, ud IltTre.da.Oraco.
Ptaaaigere for Portraaa Moiroa will ttka the
8. 14 1 m. trill
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS 8topplng it ill
atittoii belwaci Phlladelphli ud Wllmlig-
Leare Pblltdelpbll it 11. 00 l. m , 4 00, 4 90
ud 10 00 p. m The 4 OO p m trttn cenaeeta
with Daltwtre Railroad for Ullford ud liter
medltte etatloaa.
LetTl Wllmlogtoait7.19ud9.90l. m , 130
ud 8 90 p ra
TIIROlTaU TRAINS PROM BALTIMORE
Lean Wllmligloo itlJm , 4.11, 9 99tid.94
CHESTER TOR PnlLADELPniA Lelie Chee
tar tP8.13, 10 14 a. m , 12.99, 3.13, 4.94, 7.30
Ud fi. 03 D. 10.
80HDAT TRAI1TB
lxpruTr&lnati.aia. ta tor Bttlttmor nd
WMhlogton, itopplnf at WIlmlDgtoD, I'errjr
Tllle, lfTrdt-urCw, AberdMD, rtjrrjrmao'i
And HAgQoUfc.
night Ezprtii at 11 15 p m, for Baltlmora
and WublDgtoo, atopplog at Chaster, (for Baltl
mora and Washington paaDgeri, ) Wilmington,
Hawark, I Ik to a, Korthut. dVarrjrvUU and
HaTra-dfQraoa.
Aeeommodatlon Train at 10 p. m. for Wll
mlagtoa a&d War 8tatloai
BALTIUORB yOB PHILADELPHIA.
Leara Baltlmora at 9 25 p m , topping at
BaTra-da-Oraoa, Perry tU la and Wll ml ng ton.
Alio atopa at Elk ton and Nawark (to tak paa
aangarafor Pblladalphla and leaya paangra
from Waahlngton or Baltlmora, and thaitar to
laava paaaaagara from Baltlmora or Waiting
ton, Laava Wilmington for PMladalpbla at 6 SO
P' ROU BALTIMO&K TO PniLADELPHIA
Laava Btlmora 8.33 a. a.. War Uall; 1 10
p. m., Eipraaa ( iU P ., Way Train j 0 3d
p. m. jupraaa: v up ta.. Ainrau
r TRAINS FOk BALTIMORE
LaaTa Cbaitar at 6 67 a, u , 1.M and II. AO
P Laara Wilmington at fl 13, 9. 40 a. m. , 11
LASandlldUp m
taehad, will laara Wilmington for PrrTllta
ana mtarmeaiaia iuuodi iwwp m
J anil H T KENNET, Baparlntandant.
33 X P II XJ e 8 .
DAMB KXPRKBS COMPANY,
OfflCE M4 rENN AVENUE,
Waohuqtoi Citt, D.C.
OREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, 1D WESTERN
EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Marehindlae, Moner, Jewelrj.ValuMia, Notaa,
Stocka, Bonda.&e ,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
aeeeaalble eeetlone of the coontr Tble Coin
panr hie Ageidee In tba prtadpal rallwif
NORTU, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST
Ite prtnolpal oBleea ira
WASnlNOTON. D 0 ,NEW YORK, BOSTON,
PHILADELPHIA, J1ALTIMOUK, CIN
CINNATI, b-T. LOUIS, LOUIS
VILLE, LEXINGTON
CoiieeMoae ire Hide it New York ud Boaton
with Unee forwarding t. the Canidaa and to tba
Urltlah ProTlniea,md with ateamahlp Unee to
LWerpool, Bouthaupton ud )livre,aid thence
br EaropMi .ipreaMe to ill prominent commer
cial towna In Great Britain and oa the Continent
Collection of Notea.Drafta and Utile made it
til MClaalhll parte of the United Blalae.
0, C. DUNN, Agent,
jail Wellington, D. C.
j7T KIDWELL 4 HENDERSON, -uyj
PAPER HANGINQ8,
WINDOW SHADES,
8HADI TRIMHINOS,
Sellllg It REDUCED PRICES,
847 D atreet, leu Ninth,
Franklin Ball Bniidlig.
Alt work ti tbelr Una executed promptly In
U. CITY or COUNTRY, I J3-ly
. tit
V01,. V.
X,lXjl.iJi.xH.
1864,
ARBABftBMBNTB
(.4 .alt rl vitl ji
18G4
NEW TORE LIRK8.
Till 0AKDE3 AMD AUBOT AHD PHILADU
PDIA AHD TUVTOV BAlUOAD 00X71
H114 IHM.
raoii pniLADiLPHU, to hiw xoax
AHD WAT,PLAC1aV
rSOM WitltDT tTHIET WIIAHT AND
XXH8IMQTOM DEPOT,
WILL LIATI AM FOLLOW a. Till Tart.
At 0 a. m., TlaCamdnmnd Amboy 0. tod
,r AJiAaOBiBadatl43m4,jiiJoTJikAvMl.ViilU
At 8 a. m,, Tla Caudaa and Jaraajr pltj
naw Jaraaj Aeovmmodanon iu
At 8 a. m i Tla Camdaa and Jaraar City
Morning Epraaa..,..i.ibw..44 100
At 8 a. ra., tU Catnda ud Jaraay CUr
34 ClMaTlck.t ......, 113
At 11 a, m., via Kinalngtoa aad Jaraa
City Eiprtsu i 100
At 13 in i rla Camdan and Amboy 0. ud
A. Accommodation ij..j 113
At If. w., ta Camdan aia AmbJ U ai
A. Ezoraii i..at. ...... 100
At 3 p, in ,, via .Kanringto and Jaraar
City Wellington and N. T. Ixpraii.. 9.00
At 6Vp, mi U Kfntlngton and 'iaraar
City Eranlng Mall.. w 100
Attn. m.. via Candan and Ambor Ae
aomnodatlon (frtlgbt and pMaangar.)
l.t elaai tlckat 113
, U clasa tlckat 1.00
Tba 8.15 p n. Eftnlng Hall and tba 1.90
miffhtl SoDtbarn Exuraii will run dallr. fall
atbara, Sandayaaxcaptad.)
PHILADELPHIA AHD HEW TOBK LIHE3.
LaafaWalant atraat wbarf at 6 and 8 a, h.,
IS m , and 1pm,
Laava KanilnatoaTPot'kt 11.15 a. m . 135.
4.80and45p m,. aad 11 50 a. ta. (night.)
ina o.aa p m una rnna,aaiiyau9intrit
Snndaya axcaptad.)
HEW TORE AHD PHILADELPHIA LINES
Leava foot of Barclay atrcat at 6 a. m, and 3
p. m.
From foot of Cortland atraat at 7, 8. and 10 a,
m, 12 n.t 4 And Q p m , and 13 night,
Tha 6 p. m Una rona d.lly; (all otbari, Son
daya axcaptad.)
W, 11. OATIMER, Agatt,
PbUadtlphla and Haw Yark Unaa
PiiLiDktraia, Baa 231863. daSl
G
.RKAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO
TBI
H0RTHWE3T AHD SOUTHWIST.
ROM AHD AFTER DECEMBER 25, traUa will
ava Baltimore, from Hortb Calvart Btatlon, aa
follows i
Fa.t Mill, at 9.20 a.m.
HarrUbarg Accommodation S p.m.
Erla and Httibarah Expresa. 8p.m.
Plttabnrghaad XlmlraKxpraita.. 10p.ro.
THE 6.13 A M TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
Connacta with tbe 0,20 a, ra train from Bal
tlmora for Plttaborgb and tba Wjat, aad
forElmtra, Buffalo, Roabaatar, Dun
kirk. Canandalrua, aad Niagara
Falla, ud for Haw York City.
THE 4.30 P. K TRAIH TROM WASniNOTOH
Connacta with tba 8 pm. train from Bal
tlmora for PltUbari and Brta.
THE 6 45 P. M TRAIH FROM WA8HIHQT0H
Connacta with tha 10 pm. ExpraM from
Baltlmora and rani through to Pitta-
burgh and Elmlra without cbanga
af can, connactlngat Plttaburgh
for Cincinnati, Chlcngo, and
fit Loula, and at Elmlra
for Buffalo, Rochet-
Itar.andSyracaaa.
ONE THROUQH TRAIN OH SUHDAY,
Leaving Washington at 3 o'ekk p. m.
BLKEPIHQ CAR8 OH HIOnT TRAIH8
W TicxiTt at OoviauiiiiT Rati.
LOW TARE AND QUICK TIME.
Ja-For Tickets tndnnv Information apply at
th Offlca of th flrait Pasnnivlvanla Route. cor
ner renntylvanla avenue and mxtn airaet, aaaer
Nt ouftl I ote I. and Depot Home, no 4ttS Uatreei.
near Haw Jersey r enue, WashlnKtou.
j. n, vwoAnnj.
Soperlnteudent H C It R.
E J WILKIHB,
rnsiangarand Tlckat Agent.
JHO GILLETT, l'MMBger Agent,
Corner Sixth etraat and Panneylvula avanna,
de28-tf
STEAMSnil'B.
NEW Y 0 H K
AND
WASniHOTON
STKAMSniP COMPANY,
(OLD LINK, )
BKTWIIR
NEW YOBS, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON
AND GEORGETOWN, D. C.
OCEAN STEAMERS
BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, AD EMPIRE,
IM C0N11ICTI0V WITH 11LAIU BTIAHKll
OEOUaS II. STODT, MAY fLOWER, AND
ANN ELIZA.
Regular Eilllir Dare TUESDAYS and Fill
DAIS, 1113m , Iron fool of High atreet, George
town, aid Pier 19, Ktat Rlrer, (root of Will
atreet,) New York
For freight or piaaage ipplr to
0 P 1IOUUUTON, Ageit,
foot of Ulgb atraat, OeorgeloWD,
M ELDRIDQEJaCo, Ageota.
Frluce Street Wharf, Alexandria,
JAMES HAND, Agent,
117 Will atreet. New York.
Yrelght reoelred coiatantlr and forwarded to
ill parte ot tne eonitrr win mepitcn, at loweat
ralea Je21
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP CO.'S IJNE
XX. or
SCREW BTEAMBR8
BITWIll
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA,
AND GEORGETOWN.
BTEAMER8
1 C KNIGHT, Captain J. J. Maaoi,
JOHN OIBSON, " i, it. Kellr.
Leare Iter No 11, North Rlrer, Hew York, ttl
O ClOCl, P 1U , ,U,IUTIIHUI(IU1J,
Leave Snow 'e wherf. 107 Water etreet. GeorrO'
town, it 9 t. m , Wedneadiyeand Biturdara, for
Aow ion
Vralffht recelred dallr. bandied In the moet
carefnl manner, and dalirered with the greatoal
dlapttch, 11 lair ralea
Pieaaseind State room., with eoperlortceom
modatlona for comfort and ple.aure, direct
through from Waablogton to Albany, Troy, and
Saratoga Tlckele good for either night or da?
ateamera, 8t John, Hendrlck Hndaon, Dulel
Drew ud C Vllbird, on tha llvdeon rlrer.
Tbroogb to Prorldenca ind Uoaton iy the
eplendld eleimere of the Neptnne Steamahlp
Companf, iid to Portlaid bjr Cromwell', old.
aatabllabed line
F.rFl,b.dp....iPPjlro..v4c0i
107 Water atre, Owue-.town,
FLOWEUS It BOWEN,
Alexandria, Vn..
li, B. TROM WELL 4 CO ,
grj Weal atreet. New York.
Paaeage aid State-roome can be engaged at tne
Compuu'e OUloe, M V etreet, between Thir
teenth and Fourteenth, Wtehligloa, D.C.
Jatt-I
TOHN K. ELVAN8 4 CO .
4 87 Lontalam trenne and H03 C atreet
WASUlflUTun, v. u.,
DiALike 11
KEG HARDWARE
CUT NAILS Tlnlahed, CtolSd: Fence, 8 to
lzjg Box, 8, 7, Ud
CUT iriKBa-1 lo71nchaa.
CLINCH NAILS.
PRESSED AND BOAT SPIKES,
HORSE SHOES, Bnrden'e Uorernmnt, No 1
to 8 1 Birden'a CHt, Ho 1 tojj D. ltd
F , No 1 to 4 Mofe Shoee, 1, J, 3
BORSI MAILSOrinl.'a. lo 10 1 rntaau'a.
to 10) Pntitm'e, "Xa" 4 t. 10 1 New
Ifll TIUUl BIT CAJHJ
At II lip, n., U Kan ting ton and Jaraar
ClTy-8oatbara ftUll , 100
At 1U (Night,) via Kanilngtoa and J-ny
WASHINGTON. J).
gjtatiiwtf qrwWte
TUUSIDAT KTXHIHaiumUUaUST 81, WW.
A CIIV1SE UPON TUBS POTOMAC
AXVKK ANDtoUKSAPEAKH DAY.
Gettlnff AwMTcaMteMl-Ctotttnff Under
AVay-PleAMUt Salllnff In Spite of
114 fWinda, CaJma tmnd fltojtma
laiakf Flattermcu lu tha Amateur
Line Sets Trout, Hook fieri, TalUra,
CAtflahfSpotapCroakera, inoimdere.;
Crmbs "Terrmptna, nud Oj-atera ty
th Uuahal.
On Tauday, Aaguit 15, 1805; at 12
o'clock) m., preotiely, the good feboo&ar
William Henry, of 'Waphlngtod, tea her
berth, &t the foot of Eleventh itreet, for a
twelra-dayi' cmlta In tha wnteri of tha Po
tomac river and Chaear-aake bay In laAreh of
health and recreation, add to "eacapa the
follies of the town.' Th party consisted of
twelve iherr, good and true representing a
namber of the trades and professions Two
mom b era of the City Ooahcll, one of the Com-
mUitonen of IniproTements, and two mam
bart of the prmi were among them, and tho
then embraced a variety of tnteresti.
We fired a aalute from our howitzer to the
erowd of frlendiaaaembled on the wharf who
had come to tender nt their congratulations
and farewell, and tailed slowly down the
rlrer with a light breete and lighter haartr.
Twelve days ef freedom ttl anticipation '
Glorious! Let the winds blow as they
might, we wore determined to throw dull
care to them and physio to the dogs, .Wo
cared nothing for the price of gold, cotton,
or flour, but were simply bent on "recon
structing Onr constitutions.' This result
was satisfactorily accomplished during our
voyage In BearcnoT the golden fleece of
health and pleasure.
Our schooner waa a little beauty, a fast
waller, and a capital sea boat, commanded by
an experienced captain, who has sailed these
waters over for many a year, and who was,
moreover, an adept in the art of bringing
forth from their depths theplscaterlal treas
ures that abound there. Tho Captain's crew
consisted of his mate, o. colored man, who
waa born a slave on the banks of tha Potomao
river, and who is familiar with every cove,
creek, and sand-bar from Cop Henlopen to
Georgetown.
Our vessel was amply provided with small
stores and suet substantial as would be
needed In addition to the fish we should
citch ind.b. ponr,.na t?. w. .houU
purcuaa. w ruiir no. uuuu u vu.t
of Mr. Jaues WonuLtr, famed the country
orer for his rare skill In all mattors pertain
Ing to gastronomy. Jakes had a cook and
two assistants, and thus we sailed away, well
provided for In every respect. Tho only de
fect In the ontlro arrangomont discoverable
was in tho "main brace," which needed to
be spliced quite frequently. Tho "twelve
days" were days of raro enjoyment for our
party. We skimmed over gentle waves
with light breezes, we ploughed through
boisterous seas that smote against our vessel
like battering ramst we were hurled by tierce
winds along through tho surges, by storms
that drenched everything; 'fore and aft with
fresh water from the slcies. and we floated
latlly along with the tide. In a calm, over
the surface of a mirror flushed with purple,
violet, and crimson hues by the red sunset.
We slept on deck benaith the glorious
canopy of the stars, each -one of themtwlnk
ling with fresh lustre after the smoke of our
great battles has cleared, away from thi
fair coasts of Virginia. W enticed tho finny
tribes with tho baited hook or captured them
en mane with our capacious seine. We
gathered the virgin oysters from beds that
had not been violated during tho kit four
years of war. We took terrapin from the
ilttle bayous and ponds inslde the shoro
We laved our bodies Ire sea water, warmed
by the sun to a delicious temperature We
'feasted on the fat of tho land and the water
We sang the songs of our youth, and we
iltdn't read the newspaper.'
There was enjoyment' There was Ely slum
for twelve days' But let me come to the
details.
ToiSDir, AUuttST 15.
As before stated, we left tho wharf foot of
Eleventh street at 12 o'clock, noon, exactly
by tho "ball time," and dropped quietly
down the river with a light wind blowing, as
far as Mr. William SinipsouT farm, a short
distance above Fort Washington, where we
went ashore for a supply of fruit and vege
tables. Mr. Simpson's attention having
been called toourvesscL by the barking of
our now.Lier,(UiO tieco niivuig been provoaeu
to anger by Mr. Christopher Snyder, captain
ot tno gun, j ne invitea -us on snore ana re
galed us with the fruits of his fine farm, fur
nishing us also a supply for future consump
tion After an hour's do tention at this agree-
aMa BTWit. w irnt umlsr vtiv and nroceedod
with ft light breeze, whl :h flattened to a dead
cairn wnen we naa pass su a mtio ueiow mc
"White House.'1 Here, we cast anchor, ate
supper, and slept till m ornlng
WEDNESDAY, .AUGUST 10
On awakening in tho morning wo found
our little ship wrapped, up closely In a fog
almost as thick as wool, but when the sun
arose It lifted this blanket gently from u,
and at ten minutes before eight o'clock we
welched anchor (X forest Its exact weight)
nnd sailed on all that day qn lto pleasantly,
aitnougn not swiuiy, tor the reason mni mc
wind sometimes died out altogether In the
night, however, we had a good run, and an
chored In Vritton'a bay at 3 o'clock, a ni
TiiunsD.u, AuovsT IT
Weighed anchor soon after daylight iky
cloudy and a pleasant breeze blowing and
sailed to St. Clement's bay, on the Maryland
shore The river scenery around this point
Is delightful, and as our party had slept well,
(not belncr troubltvl with tha ".fide awakes,"
us on tho prevous night,) wo began to enjoy
mo nun a peculiar sest. All namui were
fresh and jolly. Wormley laid out his best
efforts In gettiog up a good .breakfast, and
mi ft reeded adrnlrnhlfr.
Immediately after breakfast we proceeded
to haul tha solno. At the flrst haul we took
-,mil0,. r ivintL... m .. ti. . dIIaJ
here, but which are identical wUh tbe blue
oi'Sism tim&j:
C.. THURSDAY EVENING,
fish of the moro north erlyVaUrs also some
mvm JIWI44, ituo if na.iv Haii u """ft a4niu,; .
Bums crnuB, mm o. uqoiui ui uigjauaju,nuiuu
I alter j ittthoao clear waters, are or excellent
tmtvcif in luufu Clear tatvr. hiv vt vacviiuiii
quality, and under Wormley made a rich
chowder Making a secOnd haul, we took a
splendid rock (lib, and a general assortment
oi me otner kinds, witn trie excepuon oi me
"oats'1 the feline brood having taken the
alarm. In all, wo took at this time three
buihel baskets full of excellent fish, few of
which we gavo to the proprietor of the soil,
who had not energy fuflUient to catch his
own fish, and who seemed overwhelmed with
grAtllade by the present we made him. On
tills occasion we discovered tnal Lapubnreo e
waslnuter of the fishing business, and that
Wormley, who has "sailed the seas over,"
was a valuable assistant In seine-hauling.
At 10 o'clock we were off for Pi nay Point.
Soon niter starting we were favored with a
strong northeasterly breete, which gave us a
taste of the aallioa qualities of the William
Itenry. The good schooner went along
"wltna bone inner moutttj" ana during
this delightfat-tfliT Wffl Groason, Kaq , of
G reason's Hotel, made a vpeech, which won
toe unanimous plaudits or tne company,
We arrived at Plnev Point atl21 o'clock.hav.
lug been delayed twenty minutes In lying to
and sending a uoat to recover soma aunnsge
that had fallen overboard. In the afternoon
we fished npon the small bay, a half mile be
low the Piney Point Hotel, until U began to
rain, when we desisted Irom our warn. re on
the finny tribe
It having been announced that a concert
was to be given In tho dining room of the
notei in atu ot bt. Clary's unurcii, several oi
our party, who norer miss an opportunity
for doing a good turn to tho Church, wont on
shore and purchased tickets of Capt. Win
Mitchell, the landlord of the hotel, who had
fdaced his hall at the disposal of the parties
nterested in the church The conoert was
done by six amateurs, who were corked
and drdried like negro minstrels Their per
formance did not exclto much levity In the
audience. A Washington grocer sang a
ballad and executed a solo on the violin,
greatly to the amusement of those who could
see tho Joke, and the concert wound up with
some really fine mulo upon the violin, flute
and bass viol, by the musicians regularly at
tached to the hotel Then we went to bed
Fiudav, Avgist 18 A Stork.
At half-past flie o'clock, a. m , we got
under way for Cone river, on the Virginia
shoro, with the rky overcast and a moderate
breeze from the south Eastward. At six
o'clock the wind beean to blow very strong,
accompanied by a driving rain. The driving
rain and the blow drcne every one below ex
cept the writer, who remained on deck with
Captain Shreeve and his mate Joe." The
cooking of breakfast was suspended by the
grand operations of the eloments. It was
interesting to see our Captain handle Ida
craft, which he did with as much skill as Hi
Woodruff does a good trotting horse Wo
crossed the river, which la some three miles
wide at this point, diagonally, with tho
schooner's sails trimmed sharp on the wind
and she colon like a raco horse. Then wo
sped through the water, along the Virginia
fc" tt'&f
un(j,r crater entirely.
We are srettlne a taste of Chosaneake
bar." said Captain Shreeve, as he looked at
the tempest Increasing on the horizon, which
was now narrowed to a small circle by tho
clouds and the storm About this time I ob
served that a call was made for a bucket in
the cabin Somebody was sea-sick ' The
Captain said he feared he should bavo to run
Into the Yocomlco, n stream above Cono
rtver. "It's coming a little too strong for
said he Hut the schoonor weathered
It well A stick of timber had been braced
between the bulwarks and our big cooking
gallery, and that indispensable article stood
firm Jok was pos:cu in mo lee qunner,
where he could easily communicate with the
Captarn, constantly throwing the lead ' 'Tree
fadomsan' a half" was hie report for along
while. At length he announced "Tree
fadoms," and soon afterwards, Treefadoms
1cm a nuarter '" And then we shoaled to
two fathoms. Our Captain hugged tho shore
until the point at the entrance of Cone river
onm under our lee bow. when he chanced
his course, sent Jok forward to call the cooks
up from below, and we were soon in the
smooth water of the Cone, having made the
run of twenty miles in just an hour ana a n air
Tho rain now ceased, and we anchored
about a mile and a half above the mouth of
the river, In a quiet, land locked, and secure
position. W e took break fait, and then pro
ceeded to haul the seine, with a good result
We caught a fine lot of rock, sea trout, eta
In the afternoon Commissioner Spaulding
and citizen Acker made an excursion In tho
neighborhood U procure certain supplies
Their report on returning was interesting
They had found In one of the farm bouses
nine men and four women seated around a
dinner table, regaling themselves with a ro
post which consisted precisely of a platter of
sickly looking greens and some corn bread
"Only this, and nothing more " There was
not a particle of meat, or butter, or nn) thing
at all, except the greens and corn bread, on
the table
The men woro rebel lockets, nnd the wo
men did not wear crinoline Their gnrmonts
were rather scanty, In point uf fact Our
emissaries produced a bottlouf whiskey, which
was drank with avidity by tbe nine gentlouaen
of Virginia, nnd a bargain was soon con
eluded for a dozen chickens, and a pet coon
which enjoyed a seat at the dlnnor table. The
chickens were purchased at three dollars per
dozen, and the raccoon at nine dollarsndozen,
nnd he was populated with fleas Our com
mlssloncrs were much distressed by the pau
city of the women's apparel, but they dis
covered that tin ladles could chase chickens
much moro nimbly than they could have
done In hoop skirts
Tho sight of green backs seemed to thrill
these poor people with a sort of satisfaction
they bad not enjoyed for four years There
wero several children about the house, who
received some two cent ana one cem pieces
with rapture, never having seen that speclos
of coin before They promised to bore holes
in them, and wear them In remembranco of
tho Yankees ...
Another farm was islted on the southern
side of tbe creek, whero the house was found
entlroly deserted A large orchard on the
place was loaded with peaches, a few of
which wero gathered for our mess This
farm and an adjoining one belonged to Union
menwhobal been driven off by the rebels
during the war
At another farm wo found a young man,
who had boon four jenrs In the rebel army,
ploughing up a field which had a rich, blaek
soil The frecbly ploughed soil was covered
by mocking birds following tho furrows ' for
their grub " A nest of five young birds was
secured, specimens of which may be seen ot
Wormloy'B While our supper was In prepa
tlon, two Virginians came on board from
their " canoe" and wero hospitably received
They had served in the rebel army, and
looked as thouirh they had boon defeated
They drank some tjiirituifrumtntt from the
small macK oouiu '; ui puii on
board before we loft Washington an 1
then partook of our fish supper I took them
tn he F F- V chsns irom u remark made ov
one of them who declined a knife and fork,
i Mmvmmm.
AUGUST 81. 1805.
saying. "No, thankee, Cap'n, I never nick
uflu mm m ad lie ruu iuik. 1 ailUS plCK DSD
with my fingers!'1 and they most assuredly
"ricked" their floh with their fingers
This Friday night was rainy, and all hands
slept below fn rather close quarters. Joe,
our colored mate, spent tne night on shore
with his mother, who still lives with her old
mistress
SATURDAY", ACOCST 19.
When we arose on Saturday morn Id e the
sun shone forth from an unclouded sky, and,
after the "tansy," we ate with an appetite
that might have been envied by a Itoman
Emperor a breakfast that might have been
envied us by a French Emperor or one of the
monks of old." The sacred rage of hunger
having been appeased we cast onr net upon
the northern side of the river, and caught a
large mess of trout and other fish, We also
gathered some oysters. We then set out for
another creek in the Cone, and at 10 10
o'clock ran aground on a bar, thus experienc
ing another of the varieties of life on the
ocean wave In fifty-five minutes by the
watoh e had kedged our ve -el off into deep
water, and soon after anchored In a small
cove near Ragged Point, where we hauled
the seine with Targe prospects of success, but
with very poor results
adoui one o'clock we started tor bl. Mary's
river, but were soon becalmed and anchored
on some fishing grounds near the middle of
ine rotomac, aoouc su mues irom roint
Lookout. At sunset tho great river became
like glass and was made glorious by the re
flections from old Sol, who retired In great
splendor that erenlng At dusk we got up
the anchor, and with a light breeze directly
aft we sailed pleasantly up tho St Mary s
river, and anchored in a small bay opposite
Mr. Coord's house at 11 o'clock Tho night
was calm and beautiful, and several of our
party slept on deck, winking at the bright
stars above until their eyelids were closed
with absoluto weariness
Sundav, AlOUST 20
Sunday was spent in a very quiet manner.
Tho untiring and Irrepressible roysterers of
our party subsided Into a peaceful mood, and
it was decided that most of the company
should attend church at St Inlgoes, a few
miles up therlrer. This was found impossible,
however, on account of the state of the wind.
The day was therefore mostly epei t In read
tnjr the cood books we had on board In tho
afternoon we went on shore, built a fire un
der tho pine trees, and offered up a few
bushels of fine oysters on the burning coals
Wo also captured some terrapins. Toward
evening wo pulled up anchor and made our
way to a cove near Ragged Point, where we
lay till next morning, tne wind being too
strong ahead for sailing down the bay.
JUOtinAV, A col st zi.
Early Monday morning, the wind having
hauled to the westward, we sailed with a
snanklnc breeze on tbo way toward Cherry
Stone for an hour or two, when wo were be
calmed. Afterwards tho wind sprang up, but
It was Intermittent, variable, and contra
ry, and we headed for tne moutn ot tne
Great Wicomico river, to indulge In our fa
vorlto pastlmo of seine fishing. Came to an
chor at li o'clock, mended our net, and made
a haul in a small cove, by which we took
threo bushels of tailors, trout, and spots
Very fat oysters were found in this cove, hav
ing been planted thore in lbau
Xhe Great Wicomico Is a narrow river,
navigable for schooners several miles abovo
Its mouthj and Corkle's creek, a tortuous
stream also empties Into the bay at the mouth
of the Wicomico Other creeks wind Into
the land of Northumberland county from this
point, which was a favorite resort of the block
ade runners during the war, and rocelved
much attention from our fleet on tho Poto
Several chluinles which belonged to
bouses destroyed by our gunboats, stand
around that harbor as monuments of the ro
bellion. The three expeditions of Lieutenant
Davenport from Fortress Monroe, and of
uonerai Draper ana ueneral mars ton, landed
on the Great Wicomico and made destructive
raids In Northumberland county.
While we wero fishing on this Monday af
ternoon there caino to the beach a poor rebel
who had served through most of the war.
He went Into the army as others did, be
causo they talked of putting In tho slaves,
which he feared would bring about negro
oquallty, and he was willing to do anythlug
to prevent that. This man was one of the
talkative Virginians. He complained, ashe
limped about the beach, of the boils which
hud afflicted him since he abandonod tbo
eecesh army diet, of tbe military rule In his
county, ana oi tne sauciness oi tne negroes,
He said tbe war Is not ended yet, that Max-
tmttiau wtll toon gtie the Yankee a Its-
tun' Uod save tne mark' no also ex
pressed tho opinion that Austria would as
slst Mary In whipping tbe Yankees
A number of other Virginians came around
us with their canoes, or "cooners, as tney
are called In the verhaoular of the Virginia
shore These "cooners are made bv halv
ing two large logs together, which are scooped
out and shapod boat-fushiun Thoy are pro
polled by paddloi and a sprit sail, attached
to a mast stepped well forward They glide
along In smooth water swiftly, and cannot
sink when capslzod or swaind The young
tno u of Virginia we met seemed to have no
higher ambition than to posses one of theso
canoes and live tho life of the aborigines
huntlnc and llshlng. as a natural cone
quence, the bluik population have us little
eutcrprise as the whites A freo Hack man,
who had chickens a nillo and a half from our
vessel which he was very anxious to sell, In
order that he might repair his house, could
not bo porsuaucd to go uitcr tnem
Durl..i? the night the pet toon broke loose
from his moorings and was wandering about
tbe vessel, when nouiCDoay wno nas an antip
athy to fleas Incontinently throw him over
bueird Ho soon returned ua board ship,
und extending his perambulations to tho deck
abovo tho ciib.u, ne came in contnet witn
Colonel S W Owens, who was thore re
poMng The Colonel being awakened by the
n n i mul shaking tuo wet no bad reoct.edlu
his face, seized him by the nape nnd throw
him fur out into tho water In threo mln
ute tho croituro was nn board ogam, and
we concluded that a toon has us many lives
as a tat
TtEbUll, AlGtST 22 UK PO NOT 00 TO
Limii.rsToie
At diivliirht we mado sail for Cherrv stone,
down tho buy, and on the opposite side, whoro
wo would bo sure to find capital lino fishing
and good oytters Wo had prooceded about
half way when tho wind died awnv, nnd the
conipiny voted to run into the Uunpahan
nock rher Hut as sumo wero sea-sick and
one ur two foured they should get home-sick
wo reionldercd the vote and return d to
Great U Icouiico river Here we lay all that
iliiv and our company made various exuur
vioiK on shore in the neighborhood Cuptaiu
.Tn i ne,, Owens, who lives up Corkle s mik
come tn board and represented that a widow
of a Union intin. who had four small children
was endoivoring to finish a log houso on the
ruins of hi r dwelling that had been burned
by uur gunbonts, and that the houso only
lacked a flooring Uur party Instantly con
trlbuted a dollar apiece, which tho Captulu
mill was ample for tho purpose required
Wm (1 reason, , went ashore with the
party, and made the presentation to the pir
widow Ina humorous and puthetio speech o
purchased poultry and milk, and gave away
NO. 284.
whisky and quinine throughout the day until
ft o'clock, when we hauled the seine on a new
fishing ground, and were overtaken In the act
by a terrific thunder storm, which drenched
us completely.-
A WILD GOOSE CHASE AT MWMGnT.
On Wednesday night ourgood friend, Cap
tain 0 . who bad remained with as all
the afternoon, very kindly Invited as many
oi me nanv as nis eanoe wonia accommo
date, to accompany him to his hoae, two
miles up the creek, where thev would be pro
vided With lodgings and oomlortable feather
beds.
As the night was wet and the vessel damp,
four gentlemen, namely, J. Uurch, Council
man J. A. Hheem.P. Schaffer.and the writer
embarked on the "cooner" about B o'clock.
Tbe wind was behind us, and we sailed up so
smoothly and silently that the canoe seemed
like an enchanted bark. Song and anecdote
enlivened tho vovace as we elided ranldlv
around the windings of the creek. At length
the bottom of our boat grazed slightly on the
rround. We had run ashora a little. The
captain shoved off again, saying encourag
ingly, "Ail rigni, gentlemen, no nam clone,
and wo were sailing again. Dut I soon dis
covered tht we were beating again t the
wind directly, Instead of having it astern
Some distrustful Inquiries wero made of the
captain, when he Instantly roassured us In
me most positive terms.
41 Don t be alarmed gentlemen. I'll bring
you right all right. Gentlemen," he con
tlnued, "you are not troubled about getting
home at night In Washington, If the streets
are ever so dark?" "Oh, no,' we replied
"Well Its Inst so with me hereabouts I have
lived here fifty two yearn, and It It a pity If I
can't find my own bouse'" and ho laughed
heartily at the absurdity of the idea. And
so we sailed on. The sky was very blsok, but
tho water was phosphorescent, and every sea
nettle looming up to the surface shone like a
star, every fish darting in pursuit of its proy
was like a naming sword
We sailed on until the water became
little rougher and the breeze a little fresher.
when, lo ' the lights from our good schooner
William Henry wero seen directly ahead
about half a mile distant' Wo requested
Captain 0 to steer for the vessel, but he
kept away on the larboard tack, and in a
few minutes the Ignis fatuus light on the
schooners decks disappeared, every one hav
ing retired ueiow 10 steep e sauea on
until we encountered the Touch water of the
bay, and the canoe was put about and went
somewhere else vve unauy neara tne oarx
Ing of a dog on shore, and our Captain recog
nized tn It the canine voico of bis cur
Jack " He whistled to Jack, and that
faithful animal barked more loudly as wo
approached the shore I eathor-beds wore
looming up In the distance Dot, alas ' tho
Captain, on discerning the outlines of tho
houso that Jack barked for, announced that
It had but one chimney, whereas "bis houee
altray hail two chimneys "
Uur good captain now acknowledged mm-
self "bewildered." and asked us If we had
never been bewildered We had lie said he
never was before now, but he was completely
bewildered vve cave up our designs upon
his feather-beds, and asked him to put us on
shore, but he was not willing to give It up,
and swore an oath mat no wouiu nnu nis
house I enjoyed tho fun, and was willing
to sail all night, but J. II began to protest
warmly against any further wild goose choio
after a leather bed The captain kept on
his erratic course, however, until niter mid
night, landing occasionally to hunt up land
marks, and returning to the canoo with a cer
tainty that he had at length got the clue,
and was "all rlcht this time '
Where we sailed nnd at what points wc
touched around that llttla bay and its tribu
taries. Heaven onlv knows, but finally wo
reached the bank of a creek and J 11. juuipcd
Into the water nnd waded ashore, swearing
he would go no farther U e all got on shore
and mounted n small bluff, crowned with
dwarf pines, whore we spread threo blankets
we fortunately had, and laid down upon the
damp earth. The Captain went off, declar
ing he would find his house or perish In the
attempt, but in an hour and a half he re
turned, and bringing his wet sail, formed a
sort of canopy over us with it, to protect us
us from the tailing rain.
At daylight we arose "much refreshed, '
and passing around a point near at band,
had the satisfaction of seeing our schooner
lying about two squares distant from our
resting place
Captain 0 begged us most pltlously
to abstain from telling tho story to Captain
Tom Shreeve , but we Informed him that we
should tell it to everybody it was too good
to be confined to our small circle He took
us on boardand gracefully acknowledging the
corn, departed for Corkle s creek, and we saw
him no more
WEDNESDAY, AUflLBT 23 A DLUW
The atinoiphere became very cool for tho
season, and we discovered that there was a
gale of wind out In the bay Severul schoon
ore and ono steamer ran Into our harbor, and
we lay thero all day, making a few visit to
the natives on shore Wo exhorted them to
acquiesce cheerfully in tho now order of
things, but they couldn't seo it, and were
continually harping upon tho loss of their
slaves Ythlle protecting that tho negroes
are verfeitly worthless creatures, they incon
sistently allege that the toss of them bus
brought ruin upon tbelr section of country
In the afternoon we took a large mess of
tlsh, some of the rock weighing seven and
eight pounds
TllLltMDAV, AlOUbT 21 A HULGII lAHfUGt.
We set sail a little after midnight, und
headed across Chesapeake bay, for IVlnt
Lookout As soon as we had got Into tho
bay vve found the water us rough us tould
well bo imuginod Our luituin hud never
beforo taken a reef In the sails of tbo Wll
Hum Henry, but be now double rtofed tho
mainsail and secured tht hitches Our decks
were drenched from ftun to sum utmost
lonstantly as the schooner o tied mid lunged
ulong hor way like n sjlrltod tuurstr The
William Henry seemed tu W when rff
Smith's Point, ongugi 1 in a I ugllUlu en
counter with the wa.es, receiving unero
punishment on the "comb, the nub, tht
"peepers," nnd the potato trap, to snj
nothing of frequent rib rouster Thu
waves wero white with rage, but tht Wiu II
wont through tho cuntcH without flinching
mid we anchored at Point LuuU.ut at b
o'clock, a m., In smooth wtitcr the win)
and tea having abate 1 Joe the mite and
crew, remarked naUely that do silmnnvr
hud a hard strugglo to get uirus do ha) dut
time
s went ashore at Point Lo kout and
found the post nearly diserted ml one
colored company remaining on duty I ho
Chiipol was open, and touu Uoitlured i ur
tho floor tracts and le-.tiiiin.ntn, lniml-d
upon In a m inner that would have disguxtod
a member of the Ihri.tiun Commission After
brvitkfast wo sailed to Pinoj Point, where we
cuueht a coo I mess ot fish and soft crabs.
ate a good super, hal a good time In I ho
evening at Capt, Mitchell's Hotel, and a
good night's rest ,
itinav, Ai must 2b Uouewakd Dot hi.
WUh ho ad winds and calms retardlnir us.
wo worked our way up to Aquia Creok by
dayugni oi
hATURDAY, AUQUST 20.
and the wind dying away In tho forenoon, we
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took a tug at 01 o'clock, and were towed up
to Washington, hating fully and satisfactorily
accomplished the objects of our cruise.
Colonel Samuel W. Owens was elected the
manager and director of our voyage ai start
ing, and be presided over the affair In the
most admirable manner, and brought us an
shore In the happiest frame of mind, and a
healthy condition of body. The following
gentlemen composed our party . Samuel W
Owen, John A. Rheem, C. J. Durch, 0 Sny
der, W. K. Lowry, William Qresson, 47. ffhaf.
fley, J. W Spalding, F. Henry, John llodg.
son, Charles Acker, li, it. Tracy, ai. iu a..
Ust off General UospUiUs,
Under Direction of Surgeon .fi, O, Abbott,
V. 8 A t Medical Director Department cf
Washington.
1. Armory 6ouare. Waihtnjrton. D. C .
Seventh street west, between 0 and D streets
south, In charge of Surgeon D. W. Bliss,
U. S. V.
2 Carver. Washington, D C , Fourteenth
street west, nt terminus of city railroad, in
charge of Surgeon O. A Judson, U. B. V.
3 Campbell, Washington, D. C, Seventh
street west, at terminus of cily railroad north.
In charge of Surgeon A. F bheldon, U. 8 V
4 Columbian, Washington, D. 0., Four
teenth itreet west, at terminus of city rail
road, In charge of Burgeon -T. IU Crosby,
U. 8. V.
fi Jtlcord. Washington, D C, corner
Fourteenth itreet and Massachusetts avenue,
In charge of Surgeon C. W. Horner, U. S. V.
U JSVUgltL, II 4UU4AJ4VU, AS. Vi VV4UVA ua
I itreet and New Jersey avenue, In charge
of Assistant Surgeon Wm. Fr Norris, USA.
7 Emory, Washington, v. u , near Aims
house, east of the Capitol, In charge of Sur
geon N II Mosclcy, U S V.
& Fairfax Seminary, Virginia, two miles
back of Alexandria, in charge of Surgeon
David P Smith. U S V
U linley. Washington, D C, Kendall
Groan, Fourth street cast, north or the city,
In charge of burgeon G L Pancoast, U S V.
1(1 llarewood, Washington, D C , Cor
coran's farm. Seventh street west, in charge
of Surgeon It. B Bontecou U S V.
11 Judiciary Square, Washington D C,
Judiciary Square, K street north, between
Fourth and Fifth streets west, in charge of
Asslitint Surgeon E. Griswold, U S V
12 Kalorama, (small-pox,) Washington,
D C , Hock Creek, out Twenty-first street. In
charge of Acting Assistant burgeon 11. J.
Thomas, USA.
13 Lincoln. Washington. D C, one mile
east of tho Capitol, in charge of Assistant
Surgeon J. U Mch.ce, u a A
14. Mount Pleasant, Washington, D C,
Fourteenth street, one half mile beyond the
city limits, In charge of Assistant Surgeon
JI Allen, U S. A.
15 fccminarv. Georgetown, D C . comer
of Washington and Guy streets, In charge of
Surgeon II W Ducachet, U S. V
1(1 Stanton, Washington, D. C, I street
and New Jersey avenue, in charge of Sur
geon Benjamin B Wilson, U. S. V.
li. Clone, t. BBQingion, u j , luuimuuiu
street, opposite Columbian hospital. In chargo
of Assistant Surgeon P. Glennan, U. S. V.
18. First Division General, Alexandria,
Va., corner of Fairfax and Cameron streets,
In charge of Surgeon E Bentlej, U. S V
19 Second Division General, Alexandria,
Va,, corner of Prince nnd Columbus streets,
in charge of Surgeon E Bentloy, U. S. V.
20. Third Division General, Alexandria,
Va., Washington street, between Queen and
Cameron streets, In charge of Surgeon E.
Bentley, U. S V.
21. Augur General Hospital, near Alex.
and rla, In charge of Surgeon G. L Sutton,
U S V
22 Point Lookout General Hospital, Tolnt
Lookout, Maryland, in charge ot burgeon A.
Heger, U, S A
21 Quartermaster's Hospital, K street
north, between North Capitol and First
streets, Dr Lincoln In charge
24, Quartermaster s Hospital, Cavalry
Depot, Glesboro, L O. Osmun, M. D , In
char- i
LAW A.-L2ISJ12M.
IVASHlNUiON AMIUrAUY
AND
NAVAL CLAIM AQk.NCY.
c BfHDT,
Late of tbe ly Depart'!
a s or airs i,
LateCapt &J1.V Inf
IIUKDY Jt aU&NEE,
2il I'euuylvaala avenue, (opposite WUIard'O
OKD.NA-NCE, QUAKTEKMASTERS,
COMMISSARY, DOUMY,
BACK PAY PRIZE MONEY,
HOUSES LOST OR KILLED IN SERVICE,
And all CUlioa agftlut the Oorernmeat speedily
collected mi J proiujlly remitted
Mouey advaacud to 0 Ulcer Jurlntf ellleiaeat
J7' 7
fMObV, CUIIBKTI AHD MUMIUE.
JAULS T CLOSE,
Lute ( ulouel Mtb Va Vol ,
F L (iiKKbTT,
of New ork,
W A MONROE,
Late of War Department
ATTOHNTS IT S CI AIM, REAL E4TATL AND
l.NaLKA.NCh AQENTb, feOHCLTOKa
Ok PATLNTS
All I n el Leu entrusted to our rnrewillba.it
ten Jo 1 1 wllh promptneiet ttud fljellty
Ornte No S27 lVnasylmnU aveau,
Oinoulu WllUrl Hotel,
Jyl tf Wal).p.flou U C
IjUUlilll LLLUil,
(Ut Solicitor of the Office of the Auditor of the
Treasury for the I'oat Office Department )
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW AND eOLIClTOK OT
CLAIMS,
Office, 476 Sereoth klreet.
Opposite tlie I'ott Office Departiaeat,
' Wa.h.utou,D C.
Will practice In (he Court of Hie DMrirl of Co
lainbfa.tlie Court f ruiiiii.aud lha Supreme
Court of tlie Unite J Mute and will pit) prompt
attoutlou id tbe jr -millm of clattu and the
a IJuatiueut of abcouul lu all tbe D part meats of
tbe (JuvernEwul ,
OiBie,47tj b.j Tenth ttrt,oppoiilte Tost Office
Deparimtj.it ..
TOHN JULLIFFK,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Oflke on the uortheAt corner of F aad fifteenth
streeti, o poalte the eantentraaoeoC
tie Trmutury U nil ding,
WaahlotftouClty.
D C.
Attends especially to claims upon the TTolted
biai-jB IrlS-ly
WILLIAM ItELMICK, "
late Chief Clerk Pension Office ,)
ATTOaHBV AT LAW AVD SOLICITOR Of CLAIM'S
Orrics,No IS Federal Ulock, cor TthandFsis ,
Oipolt tbe Post OUloe UalMlng, Wa'hioirtuo
nty, D C, Will practice before alt the Count lu
WiuUagtoo City and attend to tbe ituleuieDi of
all klad of Uiuis against tbe Ooverument h-jfure
aov of the Departments
RsrsaiMCM: the Heuatoraand members of tbe
SaihCongreHS, Metsrs JatCooki ILi and I
Jobvbom h Co , Bankers, Wasbloglou City, D C
apn ir
O. II. CI1UUCU 4b CO,,
Corner of Maiylaud HTeuii't ....
a D J bltfvenlli strict, Island,
WHOm-UlK Alii IthTAII PlUIBBai
LUHHKU 01 ALL MNDS.
iminuf OAK
wmwma
Or HKMLOCK
tit 1 1 orJer at lha .hui leal Btlce and oulliew ..t
rea.MiatU tvrua J17-lUi

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