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22, 590

263, 484
621, 696 1,937, 868

602, 580
1, 353, 331 1,798, 815

528, 944 278, 408 287, 508

137, 956 125, 528 1, 316, 172

602, 580
445, 484
528, 944
278, 408
249, 548 37, 960

352
100, 204
270, 400
285, 890

314, 184 44,993, 108 4, 331, 011

49, 313
320, 010
200, 486
317, 168
317, 282

47, 677
114, 809
36, 595

8, 646
142, 562
63,300

93, 454
10, 406, 501

494, 160
384, 300
40, 350
45, 090
300, 765

10, 562

11, 681, 728

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1, 294
4,019
1, 730
2, 510
1, 506
1, 215
1, 618
1, 189

499
1, 380

569
1,047

975
3,474
1, 730
1,456
1, 506
1, 215
1, 253
1, 189

499
1, 380

589
1,047

Oregon
Kansas
Nevada
Nebraska
New Mexico Territory
Utab Territory
Washington Territory
Colorado Territory..
Dakota Territory
Arizona Territory
Idaho Territory.
Montana Territory.

Total
Route agents
Postal railway clerks
Mail-ronte messengers.
Local agents
Mail messengers
Baggage-masters in charge

of mails.

26,723
242, 060
200, 486

38, 568
317, 282
47,677
99, 009
36, 595

8, 646
142, 562
63,300
93, 454

223, 731

163, 415

4,908, 285

20,779

* Embraces the steamship service from New York via Panama to San Francisco, Cal., heretofore set down to California.
+ The Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore railroad is under a Maryland number.
This includes steamboat service from Louisville to Cincinnati, Ohio; and from Evansville, Ind., to Cairo, II.

GILES A. SMITH,
Second Assistant Postmastor General.

Table showing the increase and decrease in mail transportation and cost during the year ended June 30, 1869.

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39, 448

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States and Terri

tories.

Increase.

Maine.
New Hampshire
Vermont.
Massachusetts
Rhode Island.
Connecticut.
New York
New Jersey, e..
Pennsylvania e..
Delaware e...
Maryland e....
Ohioe.
West Virginia
Virginia.....
North Carolina
South Carolina.
Georgia..
Florida
Michigan ...
Indiana....
Illinois....
Wisconsin
Iowa...
Missouri
Minnesota
Kentucky
Tennessee.
Alabama.
Mississippi
Arkansas...
Lonisiana,
Texas......
California.
Oregon....
Nevada.

Kangas...

314, 380 231, 556 10, 694

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799, 803

146, 676 127, 504

52, 900
580, 104

406, 121
10, 400

4, 665
13, 520

3, 675 30, 056

4, 260
35, 360

16,955
225, 570

48, 600
215, 592

59, 804 15,732 8, 283, 6701, 784, 592 1, 175, 787 1,035, 342 1, 784, 592

1,035, 342 6, 499, 078

140, 445

271 158

13, 926 52, 900

1,092

406, 121

Nebraska
New Mexico Ter
Utah Ter.
Washington Ter
Colorado Ter.
Dakota Ter.
Arizona Ter.
Idaho Ter.
Montana Ter.

129
289
280
309
691

4, 665a
3, 675
4, 260
16,955
48, 600
59, 804

Total..

4,506

116, 850

6, 291

6, 658 4, 506

529,800 1,059, 816

529, 800

7, 423
6, 291

240, 755
116, 850
123, 905

2, 152

1, 132

Increase.
Decrease.

530, 016

a Increased number of trips.
6 Corrected distance.
c Route from Stamford to Richfield, 174 miles, placed under railroad contract; remain-

ing 114 miles is for discontinued service.
Embraces the steamship service from New York, via Panama, to San Francisco,

Cal., heretofore set down to California. Route from White Hall to Rouse's Point

curtailed to end at Plattsburg, saving 25 miles and $1,200 per annum. e Close of first year of new contract term. f The greater portion of this belongs to railroads, and is caused by the fact that pre

vious reports gave the contract number of trips, whereas returns from the railroad officials, in connection with the reports of weight of mails, &c., show that

the number of trips actually performed is greatly in excess of the contract number. g Route from Grafton to Parkersburg transferred to West Virginia.

h Occasioned by failures and deaths of contractors, and service having to be re-let

at higher pay: i Route from Bridgeport to Decatur curtailed to commence at Guntersville, saving

104 miles, and service between Guntersville and Decatur increased to six times

a week. Pay on route from Mobile to Selma increased. j Service on 474 miles of route from Vicksburg to Meridian reduced to six times a

week, and pay to $75 per mile. Route from York Station, Ala., to Meridian,

Miss., 272 miles, put in operation. k This is owing principally to the fact that the service re-advertised in January, 1868,

to go into operation July 1, 1868, was let at a much lower rate of cost than had

been previously given for it. i Steamship service from New York via Panama to San Francisco, Cal., transferred

to New York section. m Number of trips per week reduced.

GILES A. SMITH, Second Assistant Postmaster General.

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Statement showing operations and results of foreign mail service for the fiscal year ended

June 30, 1869.
The postages on United States and European mails were as follows:
The aggregate amount of postage (sea, inland, and foreign) on the
mails exchanged with the United Kingdom..

$661, 112 50 With North German Union..

521, 236 22 With France..

243, 026 96 With Belgium...

11,563 04 With Netherlands.

17,583 59 With Switzerland.

30, 286 20 With Italy......

18, 964 54

Total postages...

1,503, 773 05

Being $202,694 71 less than the amount reported for the previgus year.

The postages on mails sent to Europe were as follows, viz:
To Great Britain.
To North German Union....
To France..
To Belgium
To Netherlands.
To Switzerland.
To Italy...

Total.......

$347, 617 05 257, 104 27 133, 370 33

5,752 05 9,001 19 14, 191 90 7,333 80

774, 370 59

The postages on mails received from Europe were as follows, viz:
From Great Britain....
From North German Union..
From France..
From Belgium.
From Netherlands.
Froin Switzerland.
From Italy...

$313, 495 45 264, 131 95 109, 656 63

5,810 99 8,582 40 16, 094 30 11, 630 74

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Being an increase of 1,359,892 over the number reported for the previous year.

The excess of postages on mails sent from the United States to different countries of Europe over that accruing on mails received from the same countries was as follows: Great Britain..

$34, 121 60 France....

23, 713 70 Netherlands.

418 79 Total........

58, 254 09

The excess of postages accruing on mails received over those sent was as follows: North German Union....

$7,027 6 Italy...

4, 296 94 Switzerland.

1, 902 40 Belgium....

58 84

Total......

13, 285 96

Table showing the increase and decrease of post offices in the screral States and Territories ;

also the number of post offices at which appointments are made by the President, and by the Postmaster General, for the year endod June 30, 1869.

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14 356 469

89 397 35 87

5 106 4486

29 1,571 1, 285 1,079

381 879 216 806 485 675 942 605

349 1, 103

53 179

50 400 515

40 2,608

728 2005

144 2,707

96 305 735 494 104 449 948

6 549 1,016

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