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From Washington. City full of hospitals.--the rejection of Shields — frauds in Contracts — Extrastition treaty with Mexico. The following items from the Federals are under date of the 23d: A late, though better than never, effort is being made to improve the sanitary condition of the city, which is very bad in consequence of neglected streets, suburbs and open spaces. Already there are indications that the city will be less healthy than usual this season on account of this condition of things. It is suggested that the Government should take the matter in hand, if the municipal authorities do not, on account of the number of sick and wounded soldiers here, for whom the atmosphere is very bad. Several of the Churches lately taken possession of by the Government to be used as hospitals, are now ready foe the reception of the sick and wounded.--They are very well adapted for this purpose, and are so protected that little damage will be done to the editices.