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Feb. 5, 1879 Capt. A. F. Rockwell.
Chattanooga, Tenn

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Dec. 4, 1878 Maj. George H. Weeks
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Michael Dowling

100,000 pounds of corn grown in 1878, at 41 cents

and Thomas B. Purcell. per 100 pounds; 60,000 pounds of corn grown in

1877, at 12 cents per 100 pounds. Theron Nye 200,000 pounds of oats, at 64 cente

per 100 pounds;
200,000 pounds of oats, at 64.cents per 100 pounds;
200,000 pounds of oats, at 65 cents per 100 pounds
200,000 pounds of oats, at 66 cents per 100 pounds;
100,000 pounds of oats, at 67 cents per 100 pounds
300,000 pounds of corn, crop of 1877, at 43 cents
per 100 pounds; 200,000 pounds of corn, crop of
1877, at 14 cents per 100 pounds; 500,000 pounds
of corn, crop of 1878

, at 43 cents per 100 pounds;
300,000 pounds of corn, crop of 1878, at 44 cents
per 100 pounds; 200,000 pounds of corn, crop of

1878, at 45 cents per 100 pounds.
0. N. Unthank

100,000 pounds of oats, at 66 cents per 100 pounds;

250,000 pounds of corn, crop of 1878, at 44 cents

per 100 pounds. Agnes McRae and Bayless Construction of stone arched gateway at national E. Ladd, jr.

cemetery, $7,000. ...do

Construction of stone arched gateway at national

cemetery, $6,600. A. E. Reynolds.

1,400 cords of hard wood, at $7.50 per cord.. Edward Fenlon

250,000 pounds of corn, at $1.78 per 100 pounds. H. B. Eastman

100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.23 per 100 pounds W. H. Ridenbaugh

100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.15 per 100 pounds. David Falk

75,000 pounds of barley, at $2.95 per 100 pounds. Orlando Robbins.

150,000 pounds of straw, at $6.72 per ton P. B. Johnson

100 tons of timothy hay, at $22.50 per ton; 100 tons

of timothy hay, at $25 per ton. George H. Doe

500 bushels of charcoal, at 39 cents per bushel William Zeckendorf 350,000 pounds of stacked grama hay, at $15 per ton

of 2,220 pounds. Albert Steinfeld

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10,000 pounds of bran, at $1.90 per 100 pounds Charles Hense

Construction of rostrum at national cemetery at

Chalmette, La., at $1,500.
Jonathan Late

Construction of rostrum at Antietam national ceme

tery, at $915. John W. Adams

Construction of rostrum at national cemetery, at

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Construction of rostrum at national cemetery, at

$880. Bryan Brady.

Construction of rostrum at national cemetery, at

$978. Perry J., and John J. Tan- Construction of rostrum at national cemetery, at ney.

$1,094.75. Henry M. Black

15 four-mule wagons and 25 six-mule covered wagons,

at $200 each.

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100 wheel and swing mules, at $109.70 each
Reilly & Chambers 35 cavalry horses, at $83 each ; 2 draft horses, at $109

each ; 5 wheel-mules, at $110 each ; and 4 swing

and lead mules, at $89 each. B. Y. Pippey

30,000 yards of heavy quality sky-blue kersey, at

$1.62 per yard.
William C. Marshall 20,000 yards dark blue flannel, at 9700 cents per

yard.
J. Romain Brown

Lease of Nos. 143 and 145 West Thirty-third street,

for stables, at $100 per month. Daniel Shea.

Lease of pier No.58, North River, at foot of Ganse

voort street, at $375 per month. Estate of Henry Bruner Lease of Bruner building, southeast corner of Hous

ton and Green streets, Nos. 33 to 39 West Houston

street, at $13,000 per annum.
H. Heynemann, president 20,000 yards of dark blue flannel, at $1 per yard...

of the San Francisco

Pioneer Woolen Factory.
Sanford B. Coulson Transportation on the Missouri River, between

Yankton, Dak., and Fort Benton, Mont. ; also on
the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers, between
Yankton or Bismarck, Dak., and Bighorn Depot,

Mont., as per schedule rates.
Isaac G. Baker

Hauling in Montana, at $1.097% per 100 pounds per

100 miles; and wagons accompanying troops, per

day, $5 each. William C. Snodgrass. Transportation in Minnesota and Dakota; rates as

per schedule. Russell Blakeley. Ferriage between Fort A. Lincoln and Bismarck,

Dak, and Fort A. Lincoln and Point Pleasant,

Dak.; rates as per schedule.
Robert W. Peay 50 wheel-mules and 50 swing-mules, at $112.50 cents

each.
Dewer B. McDonough.. Hard wood, as required, at $4.85 per cord; and Pitts-

burgh bituminons coal, as required, at 174 cents

per bushel of 70 pounds.
George Courtney and Zac. Construction of main building and wing for com-

Downing
Winslow Jameson

Construction of a break water along the causeway
Creek, Virginia, $6.500.
leading from Fort Monroe to bridge over Mill

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William J. Crawford.
Samuel C. Andress.
William J. McMullin.

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Pine wood, as roquirod, in stick and sawed and split, Oak wool, as required, in stick, at $4,50 per cord;

oak wood, as required, sawed and split, at 5 per White-ash coal, as required, at $4.53

per ton.
Red-ash coal, as required, at $5 per ton; Lykens

lump coal, as required, at $4 per ton.
Valley coal, as required, at $per ton; bituminous
Oats, as required, at 1$ cents per pound.
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Hay, as required, at cents per pound.
Rye straw, as required, at y cents per pound.
Construction of temporary brick stable for the War

Department, $3.567:
Hauling in and about Philadelpia, schedule rates
10 cords of pine kindling wood, at $9.84 per cord.
30,660 poundsof white oats, at $110 per pound; 35, 770

pounds of timothy hay, at 10o cents per pound;

8,400 pounds of rye straw, at 100 cents per pound.
300 tons of white-ash anthracite coal, at $3.18% perton.
500 tons of white-ash anthracite coa), at $3.18) per ton.
300 cords of hard wood, at $15.23 per cord.
1,600 cords of soft wood, at $13.85 per cord
300 cords of hard wood, at $2.79 per cord
150 cords of cottonwood, at $5.98 per cord
3, 500 cords of hard wood, at $5.37 per cord.
1,500 cords of hard wood, at $4.48 per cord
700 cords of hard wood, at $1.87 per cord
1,450 cords of soft wood, at $10.75 per cord; 200 cords

of hard wood, at $14 per cord.
900 cords of oak wood, at $6. 28 per cord
250 cords of hard wood, at $18.89 per cord.
134 tons of anthracite coal, at $5.73 per ton of 2,000

pounds.
100,000 pounds of oats, at 99 cents per 100 pounds...
200,000 pounds of oats, at $2.03 per 100 pounds
400,000 pounds of oats, at $2.25 per 100 pounds
125,000 pounds of oats, at $1.03 per 100 pounds
400,000 pounds of corn, at $1.54 per 100 pounds..

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June 3, 1879 Lieut. Col. Rufus Saxton.
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June 4, 1879 Lient. Col. Rufus Saxton
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R. E. Thomas
T. M. Green.
Thomas Dixon
John R. Skinner
L. & H. Huning.
Frank Staples

400,000 pounds of corn, at $1.19 per 100 pounds..
1,400,000 pounds of corn, at $1.02 per 100 pounds...
500,000 pounds of corn, at $1.19 per 100 pounds.
200,000 pounds of corn, at 58 cents per 100 pounds..
175,000 pounds of corn, at 89 cents per 100 pounds.
20,000 pounds of bran, at $3.50 per 100 pounds.
1,600 cords of soft wood, at $2.90 per cord

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100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.47 per 100 pounds.
75,000 pounds of barley, at $3.45 per 100 pounds;

75,000 pounds of barley, at $3.55 per 100 pounds.
25,000 pounds of bran, at $2.25 per 100 pounds;

25,000 pounds of bran, at $2.50 per 100 pounds.
700 cords of hard wood, at $9.97 per cord; 800 cords

of soft wood, at $9.97 per cord.
1,000 bushels of charcoal, at 47 cents per bushel..
1,120,000 pounds of stacked grama hay, at $14.47 per

ton of 2, 240 pounds.
300,000 pounds of barley, at $3.75 per 100 pounds...
100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.21 per 100 pounds..
50,000 pounds of corn, at $3.48 per 100 pounds.
100,000 pounds of barley, at $2.98 per 100 pounds;

100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.18 per 100 pounds.
20,000 pounds of bran, at $2.75 per 100 pounds
560,000 pounds of stacked hay, at $12.47 per ton of

2,240 pounds.
200,000 pounds of barley, at $3.20 per 100 pounds.
700 cords of soft wood, at $4.23 per cord; 800 cords

of soft wood, at $4.37 per cord.
2,000 bushels of charcoal, at 294 cents per busbel..
50,000 pounds of corn, at $3.43) per 100 pounds
560,000 pounds of stacked grama bay, at $12.43 per

ton of 2,240 pounds.
50,000 pounds of barley, at $3.174 per 100 pounds;

50,000 pounds of barley, at $3.271 per 100 pounds.
336,000 pounds of straw, at $13.67 per ton of 2, 240

pounds.
300 cords of hard wood, at $4.64 per cord
100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.43 per 100 pounds
100,000 pounds of corn, at $3.50 per 100 pourds.
40,000 pounds of bran, at $3 per 100 pounds
70,000 pounds of corn, at $2.87 per 100 pounds
1,000 bushels of charcoal, at 33 cents per bushel
1,008,000 pounds of stacked galleta and bottom hay,

at $11.96 per ton of 2,240 pounds.
1,000 cords of soft wood, at $2.90 per cord.
30,000 pounds of corn, at $2.87 per 100 pounds
50,000 pounds of barley, at $2.88 per 100 pounds..
100,000 pounds of barloy, at $3.23 por 100 pounds.

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224, 000 pounds of straw, at $11.97 per ton 01 2,240
300,000 pounds of barley, at $3.25 per 100 pounds

at $30.01% per ton of 2,240 pounds.
112,000 pounds of stacked wheat and barley straw,
150,000 pounds of barley, at $2.26
100,000 pounds of barley, at 82.4 per 100 pounds

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1,000 cords of soft wood, at $3.45
600' bushels of charcoal, at 30 cents per bushel.
20,000 pounds of bran, at $1.75 per 100 pounds
672,000 pounds of stacked grama hay, at $15 per ton

of 2, 240 pounds.
250,000 pounds of barley, at $2.37 per 100 pounds
237,000 pounds of baled alfalfa hay, at $29.12 per

ton of 2,240 pounds.
224,000 pounds of baled wheat straw, at $17.40 per

ton of 2, 240 pounds.
100,000 pounds of stacked alfalfa and grain hay, at

$24.52 % per ton of 2,240 pounds.
335,000 pounds of stacked barley hay, at $17.50 per

ton of 2.240 pounds.
900 bushels of charcoal, at 68 cents per bushel.
20,000 pounds of bran, at $1.80 per 100 pounds
500 cords of hard wood, at $8.20 per cord ; 500 cords

of soft wood, at $7.95 per cord.
250,000 pounds of barley, at $1.75 per 100 pounds;

250,000 pounds of barley, at $1.85 per 100 lbs.
112,000 pounds of stacked bottom hay, at $56 per

ton of 2, 240 pounds.
60,000 pounds of barley, at $4.75 per 100 pounds
56,000 pounds of stacked wheat and barley straw,

at $56 per ton of 2,240 pounds.
600 bushels of charcoal, at 40 cents per bushel
200 cords of soft wood, at $6 per cord; 600 cords of

soft wood, at $7.50 per cord.
336,000 pounds of stacked grama hay, at $14.98 per

ton of 2,240 pounds.
112,000 pounds of stacked straw, at $15.78 per ton

of 2,240 pounds.
600 bushels of charcoal, at 40 cents per bushel.
1,000 cords of soft wood, at $2.63 per cord.
50,000 pounds of corn, at $3.75 per 100 pounds.
200,000

of hard wood, at $6.60 per cord
75,000 pounds of barley, at $2 89 per 100 pounds;

75,000 pounds of barley, at $2.93 per 100 pounds;

100,000 pounds of barley, at $3.18 per 100 pounds.
800 cords of mesquite wood, at $7.97 per cord.
65,000 pounds of barley, at $3 per 100 pounds..
224,000 pounds of stacked straw, at $11.47 per ton of

2,240 pounds.

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