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200 cords of hard wood, at $2.95 per cord
1,600 bushels of charcoal, at 225 cents per bushel.
32,000 pounds of oats, at 67 cents per bushel; at 62

cents per bushel without sacks.
285,000 pounds of corn, at 97 cents per bushel; at 88

cents per bushel without sacks.
1,000 bushels of charcoal, at 14 cents per bushel
1,000 bushels of oats, at 70 cents per bushel; 1,000

bushels of oats, at 75 cents per bushel ; 2,000 bush-
els of oats, at 78 cents per bushel; 2,000 bushels
of oats, at 80 cents per bushel ; 4,000 bushels of
oats, at 85 cents per bushel, at 4 cents less per

bushel without sacks.
10,000 bushels of oats, at 80 cents per bushel..
896 tons of stacked prairie hay, at $10.50 per ton...
1,500 cords of hard wood, at $1.54 per cord
500 cords of hard wood, at $1.13 por cord; 500 cords

of hard wood, at $4.25 per cord; 500 cords of hard
wood, at $4.37 per cord.
10,000 bushels of oats, at 42 cents per bushel.
5,000 bushels of corn, at 56 cents per bushel.
4,000 bushels of charcoal, at 175 cents per bushel
36,000 bushels of oats, at 53 cents per bushel; at 51

cents per bushel without sacks.
500 tons of stacked prairie hay, at $15.33 per ton; 500

tons of stacked prairie hay, at $15.98 per ton.
1,000 tons of baled hay, at $16.40 per ton
22,000 bushels of corn, at 67} cents per bushel. If

furnished in government sacks, less market value

of sacks.
400 bushels of charcoal, at 24 cents per bushel
257,500 pounds of corn, at 87} cents per bushel; at

82, cents per bushel without sacks.
142,500 pounds of oats, at 74 cents per bushel.
270 tons of stacked hay, at $14.90 per ton.
285 cords of hard wood, at $2.85 per cord.
450 cords of hard wood, at $2.90 per cord.
308 tons of stacked hay, at $9.71 per ton
2,000 bushels of corn, at 74 cents per bushel; 234,000

pounds of corn, at 78 cents per bushel. Without

sacks 4 cente per bushel deduction. 240 bushels of charcoal, at 30 cents per bushel

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Luther D. Harris.
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1,000 bushels of oats, at 60 cents per bushel; 2,500

bushels of oats, at 70 cents per bushel. Thomas Carson

1,000 bushels of corn, at 68 cents per bushel; at 62

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110,000 pounds of oats, at 73 cents per bushel; at 69

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Julius G. Tucker

270 tons of stacked hay, at $7.39 per ton
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285 cords of hard wood, at $1.69 per cord...
Josiah Turner

2,930 bushels of corn, at 73 cents per bushel; at 68

cents per bushel without sacks. Edward W. Bates.

640 tons of stacked prairie hay, at $13 per ton

970 cords of hard wood, at $9 per cord ..
Michael F. Corbett 6,000 bushels of corn, at $1.58 per bushel; at $1.50

per bushel without sacks.
James Johnson

1,400 bushels of charcoal, at 50 cents per bushel
Cesario Torres.

323,000 pounds of oats, at 39 cents per pound
William Wahrmund 6,000 bushels of corn, at $1.83 per bushel ; at $1.74

per bushel without sacks.
Anthony S. Davis.

28,000 pounds of corn, at 13% cents per pound
Evans & Burwell

100 cords of oak wood, at $4 per cord; 160,000

pounds of oats, at 12% cents per pound; 230,000
pounds of baled timothy hay, at $13.90 per ton;

120,000 pounds of rye straw, at $12.90 per ton.
A. A. McCullough 288,000 pounds of broken anthracite coal, at $3.09

per ton; 672,000 pounds of nut anthracite coal, at
$3.09 per ton; 2,500,000 pounds of egg anthracite

coal, at $3.09 per ton.
William Barham and Byrd 150 cords of pine wood, at $3.70 per cord....

G. Pollard.
William D. Cash.

Oats, as required, at 2 cents per pound; baled hay,

as required, at $1.40 per 100 pounds ; straw, as re

quired, at $1.40 per 100 pounds. Theo. H. Hellmann. Oats, as required, at $1.49 per 100 pounds; baled

hay, as required, at $1.10 per 100 pounds.
John Hurley

Hard wood, as required, at $2.95 per cord.
David Barwald

Baled timothy bay, at $25 per ton..
John F. Edwards

Bituminous coal, as required, at $6.20 per ton of

2,000 pounds; oats, as required, at 499 cents per

bushel.
Landrum M. Harrison Hard wood, as required, at $3.75 per cord.
James G. Webb.

Hard wood, as required, at $3.80 per cord.....
John W. Fisher & Co. Oats, as required, at 45 cents per bushel; baled

timothy hay, as required, at 77 cents per 100
pounds; baled straw, as required, at 471 cents

per 100 pounds.
George & Botts

Anthracite coal, as required, at $6.25 per ton of

2,000 pounds; bituminous coal, as required, at

8j cents per bushel of 72 pounds. Harris & Venables. Construction of double frame building for officers'

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151,500 pounds of oats, at $1.47 per 100 pounds .do

286 tons of stacked hay, at $11.47 per ton Walter A. Burleigh 2,150 cords of hard wood, $3.97 per cord Sebastian Koenigsberger. 1,300,000 pounds of corn, at $2.90 per 100 pounds. do

1,300,000 pounds of oats, at $2.90 per 100 pounds
Louis 0. Johnson

62,000 pounds of oats, at $1.17 per 100 pounds.
Beriah Magoffin, jr 165 tons of timothy hay, at $12.85 per ton.....
William Rhodes

700 tons of Scranton coal, at $8.50 per ton of 2,000

pounds.
Smith & Lewis

50 cords of sawed maple wood, at $6.47 per cord ;

100 cords of sawed and split maple wood, at $6.97 Paul Engles

700 cords of hard wood, at $13.30 per cord Rollin M. Douglass 1,842 cords of hard wood, 1 maple and body oak,

at $5,69 per cord. Beriah Magoffin, jr 220 tons of stacked timothy hay, at $12.85 per ton .. William Rhodes

144 tons of Scranton coal, at $8.50 per ton of 2,000

pounds.
George Steel

608 tons of stacked hay, at $10.75 per ton
Charles A. Galloway 762 cords of soft wood, at $5.99 per cord ..
Julius Austrian.

70,000 pounds of bran, at $1.75 per 100 pounds
John McKelvey

620,000 pounds of oats, at $2.08 per 100 pounds.
William R. Merriam 360,000 pounds of corn, at $1.89 per 100 pounds.
Henry F. Douglas.

2,768 cords of soft wood, at $2.47 per cord
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John Thompson & Co. 300 tons of stacked hay, at $4.23 per ton.
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James O. Lawrence 50 tons of stacked hay, at $4.75 per ton
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50 tons of stacked hay, at $8.48 per ton
James E. Kanonse

256,000 pounds of oats, at $2.47 per 100 pounds.
Charles T. Rader.

529 cords of pine wood, at $4.55 per cord..
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1,500 cords of hard wood, at $3.40 per cord Frank Meyer

Construction of building for quarters for hospital

matrons, $165.
Claudius B. Brace

25 spring wagons, Saint Louis Dougherty pattern,

at $149.50 each. Gilmore, Hite & Co 800 wall tents, at $12.90 each. George Fling

5,000 pairs of woolen mittens, at 19 cents per pair..
Horstmann Brothers & Co 14,250 forage-caps, at 594 cents each; 20,000 cap

crossed rifles, at $13.70 per 1,000; 40.000 gist
buckles, at $9.80 per 1,000; 6,000 gross of shirt
buttons, at 94 cents per gross; 500 trumpets,

"F" at $2.43 each. Richard Levick Son & Co. 4,000 pairs of Arctic overshoes, at $2.07 per pair John Sidebotham

160,000 yards of white drawers tape, at $ cent per

yard. A. H. Welch

90,000 yards of canton-flannel, at 9.46 cents per yard.

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