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Apr. 1, 1879 Maj. George H. Weeks

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56,000 pounds of stacked wheat, bailey, or oat straw,

at $19 per ton of 2, 240 pounds.
300 cores of soft wood, at $4 per cond
50,000 lbs. of barley, at $1.73 per 100 pounds.
112,000 pounds of stacked barley and alfalfa hay,

at $19 per ton of 2, 240 pounds.
56,000 pounds of stacked wheat, barley, or oat straw
600 cords of soft wood, at $4 per cord.
Lease of site of San Diego, l'ex., 160 acres of land,

at $100 per month.
1,568,000 pounds of stacked hay, at $26.90 per ton of

2,240 pounds.
224,000 pounds of stacked straw, at $14.40 per ton of

2, 240 pounds.
3,000 pounds of corn, at 65 cents per bushel
40,000 pounds of oats, at 53 cents per bushel.
50,000 pounds of oats, at 53 cents per bushel; 75,000

pounds of hay, at $17.90 per ton of 2,240 pounds;
50,000 pounds of straw, at $16.75 per ton of 2,240
pounds.
658,000 pounds of egg anthracite coal, at $3.49 per

ton; 112,000 pounds of nut anthracite coal, at
$3.49 per ton; 160,000 pounds of stove anthracite

coal, at $3.79 per ton.
500,000 pounds of egg anthracite coal, at $3.39 per

ton; 300,000 pounds of nut anthracite coal, at
$3.39 per ton; 1,000,000 pounds of stove anthracite
coal, at $3.69 per ton.
900,000 pounds of egg anthracite coal, at $3.69 per

ton; 25,000 pounds of nut anthracite coal, at $3.69
per ton.
77,000 pounds of oats, at 53 cents per bushel; 105,000

pounds of hay, at $17 per ton of 2,240 pounds;
47,000 pounds of rye straw, at $16 per ton of 2, 240

pounds.
50,000 pounds of hay, at $17.50 per ton of 2,240

pounds; 130,000 pounds of rye straw, at $14.90 per

ton of 2, 240 pounds.
100 cords of hard wood, at $8 per cord
25 cords of kindling wood, at $10 per cord.
100,000 pounds of anthracite stove-coal, at $4.08 per

ton.
3,250,000 pounds of anthracite egg.coal, at $3 per ton.

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Kennebec Arsenal, Augusta, July 15, 1879 Maj. J. P. Farley

Me. 194 Buffalo, N. Y

June 24, 1879 Maj. C. A. Reynolds.

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Winterbottom & Winters. Trucking, rates as per schedule
Parrott & Chase

50 tons of anthracite coal, at $5.24 per ton; 40 cords

'of hard wood, at $5 per cord. John R. Lee

Lease of premises No. 93 West Eagle street, Buf

falo, office and warehouse, at $45 per month.

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Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's Department during the year ending December 31, 1879—Continued.

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William Pettibone, agent.. Lease of lots 9 and 10, in square 231, for use of Sub

sistence Department, at $161 per annum.
Henry M. Phillips, for Lease of No. 1139 Girard street for use of the Quar-
Philadelphia.

termaster's Department, at $81.31 per month.
George H. Stuart

Lease of No. 248 Dean street for use of stable for
Quartermaster's Department, at $30 per

month.
Edward Hudson

Wagon transportation from Maricopa to Fort Mc- $20,000

Dowell, Ariz., and to and from other points south

of Gila River, route 1, schedule rates.
Aaron Barnett.

Wagon transportation from Maricopa to Whipple 20, 000

Depot, Ariz., and between other points, route 2,

schedule rates. J. T. Smythe

Hauling at the depot of San Francisco, Cal., sched- 1, 000

ule rates. Michael Raphael.

Oats, as required, at 34 cents per bushel; hay, as 400

required, at $7 per ton; straw, as required, at $6

per ton.
Davis Brothers
Bituminous coal, as required, at $2.35 per ton of

1, 100
2,000 pounds.
Daniel Paule & Son. Oats, as required, at 40 cents per bushel...

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J. Henry Bobring. Hard wood, as required, at $3.95 per cord

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Samuel W. Ferder

Baled timothy hay, as required, at $16.80 per ton; 800

baled wheat straw, as required, at $8.40 per ton.
John T. Brewer.
Hard wood, as required, at $4.90 per cord.

500
Williain H. Smith & Co. Baled timothy hay, as required, at $17.50 per ton; 500

baled wheat straw, as required, at $10.50 per ton.
Thomas M.Green.

Wagon transportation from Caddo to Fort Sill, Ind. 5, 000

T., route 1, 153 miles, schedule rates.
Cyrne Beard

Wagon transportation from Wichita, Kans., to Fort 5,000

Reno, Ind. T., route 2, 164 miles, schedule rates.
Andrew Jared

Wagon transportation from Dodge City, Kans., to 5, 000

Fort Elliott, Tex., route 3, 187 miles, schedule

rates. Edward Fenlon

Wagon transportation from Las Vegas, N. Mex., to 5, 000

Fort Bliss, Tex., route 4, 337 miles, schedule rates. .do

Wagon transportation from Las Vegas, N. Mex., to 5, 000

Fort Lowell, Ariz., route 5, 526 miles, schedule

rates. .do

Wagon transportation from Las Vegas, N. Mex., to

Prescott, Ariz., route 6, 466 miles, schedule rates.

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Wagon transportation from Fort Lewis to Alamosa, Lease of house Nos. 1707 and 1709. New York ave.

nue for tho use of the Adjutant-General, at $3,000 Lease of second floors of building Nos. 1719 and 1721

month. Pennsylvania avenue for Signal Office, at $40 per

sary, at $1,000.
Lease of bonse No. 1733 G street for Army Dispen-
Lease of house Nos. 1719 and 1721 G stroet for oflice

of Chief Signal Officer, at $1,900 per anuum.
Lease of house No. 612 Seventeenth street for use of

the Adjutant-General, at $100 per month.
Lease of house No. 1700 Pennsylvania avenue for

use as offices by boards and courts-martial, at $90

per month
Lease of houses Nos. 616, 618, and 620 Seventeenth
street, and No. 1704 G street, for the use of the Ad.

jutant-General, at $6,700 per annum.
Lease of house No. 720 Seventeenth street for use

of the Adjutant-General, at $225 per month.
Hard wood, as required, at $3.94 per cord; soft

wood, as required, at $3.50 per cord.
Corn, as required, at 68 cents per bushel; oats, as

required, at 49 cents per bushel; baled timothy
hay, as required, at $26 per ton; baled straw, as

required, at $26 per ton.
Baled straw, as required, at $21 per ton
Hard wood as required, at $2.99 per cord; oats, as

required, at 59 cents per bushel; baled timothy

hay, at $26.88 per ton of 2,240 pounds.
Corn, as required, at $1.40 per 100 pounds; oats, as

required, at $1.75 per 100 pounds.
Baled timothy hay, as required, at $1.25 per 100

pounds.
Hard wood, as required, at $7.50 per cord
Hard wood, as required, at $3.45 per cord
Baled straw, as required, at $17 per ton
Oats, as required, at 49 cents per bushel; baled

timothy hay, as required, at $17.80 per ton.
Stationary, as required, schedule rates

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Pittsburgh coal, as required, at 10 cents per bushel

of 76 pounds.
Hauling, as required, schedule rates
Oats, crop of 1879, as required, at 39 cents per bushel;

baled timothy hay, as required, at $14 per ton; oat straw, as required, at $7 per ton.

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Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's Department during the year ending Doumbs 31, 1879, 8c.-Continued.

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May 13, 1879

Anthony Bauer

Painting of burlaps, duck, and canvas, as required,

at 1 cent per square foot.
William A. Colvin

Shoeing pnblic animals, as required, at 174 cents
A.C. Keever

450,000 pounds of oats, at $1.19 per 100 pounds
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300,000 pounds of oats, at 90 cents per 100 pounds.. R. E. Thomas

1,000,000 pounds of bituminous coal, at $4.12 per ton

of 2,000 pounds. C. M. Dyehe..

500 cords of hard wood, at $6.43 per cord.
W. H. Cleveland

1,500 tons of stacked prairie hay, at $9.64 per ton ...
H. L. Bickford

1,000,000 pounds of bituminous coal, at $8.57 per ton

of 2,000 pounds. Gilbert Haggert

1,000 bushels of charcoal, at 30 cents per bushel Leopold Furrer

10,000 pounds of bran, at $2.75 per 100 pounds

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John E. Barlow

Transportation from Fort Worth to Fort Davis,

Tex., and other points, route 1, at 80 cents per 100

pounds per 100 miles. James Calaghan

Transportation from San Antonio to Fort Davis,

Tex., and between other points, route 2, at 66

cents per 100 pounds per 100 miles. Thomas Carson

Transportation between Brazos Santiago and Fort

Brown, Tex., and other points, route 3, schedule

rates.
Gates & Smith,

Transportation between Waco and Fort Davis,

Tex., and other points, route 4, at 75 cents per

100 pounds per 100 miles. Uriah Lott

Transportation between Corpus Christi and San

Diego, Tex., and other points, route 5, schedule

rates. Charles A. Whitney, pres. Transportation between New Orleans, La., and Gal

ident M. L. & T. R. S. veston, Tex., and other points, first water route,

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