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The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Wealth, pauperism, and crime in the North (search)
for immediate service. On the same day there were ten thousand one hundred and forty-four horses and twenty-seven mules in use, or kept as spare. For the last three weeks the forage-master has received one hundred and fifty tons of hay and eight thousand bushels of oats per week. The issue has been very near the same. Steamer Hugh Jenkins disabled. The tug Robert Leslie, which left the Washington Navy-Yard on Thursday night, ran into the steamer Hugh Jenkins, bound down, near Mount Vernon. The Hugh Jenkins was struck about ten feet from the bow, and was completely disabled. She had on board a troops of cavalry, with the horses.--She was immediately run into shoal water, on a soft bottom, and the Leslie came up to the yard for a scow to take the horses off. Fortunately no one was injured. Government army supplies. The National Intelligencer says the following shows the amount of subsistence stores on hand in the Government warehouses on the 12th of the present mo