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rge to the patient. A resident Physician, two Students and a Matron, have the patients under their immediate supervision, and personally administer all medicines ordered. When requested, weekly reports will be given of the condition of patients. Persons in the country, wishing to send patients to our Hospital, may address either of the Physicians, or the Resident Physician. When desired, we will send a comfortable covered vehicle to any part of the city for patients.--For this purpose, a message left at the Hospital, or a Mr. Thos. Pemberton's, on Main, between 17th and 18th streets, will be attended to. Attending Physicians and Surgeons: James Bolton, M. D., Grace st., between 4th and 5th. Thomas Pollard, M. D., Governor st., 1st door above Richmond House. C. A. Crenshaw, M. D., opposite American Hotel. Wm. W. Parker, M. D., Law Building, corner of 12th and Franklin sts. C. M. Hunter, M. D., Resident Physician. Mrs. W. E. Perkins, Matron. ja 2--1y