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St. Louis, Sept. 3, 1866.

Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Sept., 1866
Prescott, A. T., May 30, 1866.

503 Prescott, A. T., May 21, 1866..
504 Prescott, A. T., May 23, 1866.
505 Fort Boise, I. T., July 18, 1866

506 Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 5, 1866.
Fort Humboldt, Cal., July 2, 1866.
Fort McPherson, N. T., Aug. 29, 1866.
Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept. 7, 1866.

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Major R. W. Kirkham and Rantzan & Shaw.

Major R. W. Kirkham and Wm. L. Perkins & Co...
Major R. W. Kirkham and Wm. L. Perkins & Co...
Major W. H. Jordan and E. J. Whipple....
Lieut. Col. E. J. Strang and Hill & Jayner.
Capt. J. L. Woods and W. P. Milliken & Co.
Col. J. A. Potter and N. H. Williams.......
Capt. Joseph Tuttle and Jeremiah Riordon........
Capt. Joseph Tuttle and Nelson Van Tassel..
Capt. Joseph Tuttle and J. P. Bourke.
Capt. F. J. Eckerson and J. R. Robbins.

Capt. G. W. Cushing and J. D. Patterson.
Lieut. J. H. Smith and S. P. Crane.
Lieut. Geo. W. Yates and W. C. Brown
Capt. R. B. Owen and Theo. Weischelbaum
Major R. C. Morgan and W. H. Yates....

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For transporting government stores to Granite Bank, Nevada, at 5.93 cents per pound, in coin.

For transporting government stores to Camp McDermit, Nevada, at 94 cents per pound, in coin.

For transporting government stores to Camp Lyon, Idaho Terri-
tory, at 11. 45 cents per pound, in coin.

For transporting government stores, at 5 cents and 4 mills per
pound in coin.

For 100,000 cypress shingles, at $8 per M; 150,000 feet pine boards,
at $28 per M.

For 16 artillery horses, at $174 74 each..
For 130 cavalry horses, at $159 75 each.

For 40 tons of hay, delivered at Wickenberg, Arizona Territory,
at 24 cents per pound, in coin.

For 693 tons of hay, delivered at Fort McDowell, at $60 per ton,

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For 250,000 pounds of oats, at 11. 73 cents per pound, in coin; 150
tons of hay, at $47 95 per ton; 30 tons of straw, at $50 per ton.
For 175 cavalry horses, at $149 50 each..
For 500 cords of soft wood, at $4 per cord.
For 1,000 cords of wood, at $2 94 per cord.
For 1,200 cords of wood, delivered at Fort Dodge, Kansas, at
$15 70 per cord.

For 300 cords of wood, at $7 75 per cord, delivered at Fort Colum-
bus; $8 per cord, delivered at Fort Schuyler; and $7 75 per cord,
delivered at Fort Wood.

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For lease of premises, Nos. 1,103 and 1,125 Girard street, Philadelphia, at $2,030 04 per year.

For lease of premises, Nos. 1,137 and 1,139 Girard street, Phila-
delphia, at $2,100 per year.

For lease of brick barn in block 346, Omaha, Nebraska Territory,
at $12 50 per month.

For lease of No. 2 Grant street, Baltimore, Maryland, at $83 33
per month.

For 207,000 pounds shelled corn, delivered at Fort Casper, Dakota
Territory, at $5 per bushel.

For 250 tons of hay, delivered at Fort Bridger, Utah Territory, at
$35 per ton.

For 2 tons petroleum paper, at 14 cents per pound.
For 200,000 feet lumber, at $42 per M.

For 200,000 cedar shingles, at $12 per M.....

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Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's department, &c.-Continued.

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Nature of contract.

For 8,000 bushels of oats, delivered at Fort Ridgeley, Minnesota,
at 43 cents per bushel.

For pine wood as required, at $5 30 per cord; oak wood, at
$5 55 per cord.

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For 250,000 adobes, at $28 per M..

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For 500 tons hay, at 884 per ton, in coin.

For 100,000 feet assorted lumber, at $21 per M; 60,000 feet shin-
gles, at $5 per M.

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For ferryage as required for one year from Cincinnati to Newport and return, at $400 per year.

For repairing roofing on government buildings, at $1 75 per

square.

For transportation between St. Louis, Missouri, to Memphis, Ten-
nessee, at prices as per schedule with contract on file.
For transportation of troops and supplies from St. Louis, Missouri,
to New Orleans, Louisana, as per schedule with contract on
file.

For lease of lot of ground on Morton street, St. Louis, at $125
per month.

For lease of second flour of building on north west corner of
4th street and Washington avenue, St. Louis, at $125 per
month.

For lease of third floor of building on northwest corner of 4th
street and Washington avenue, St. Louis, at $75 per month.
For 100 cords of wood, at $6 per cord.

For transportation of army supplies from St. Louis, Missouri,
to points on the Missouri river as follows:
About 40 tons to Fort Randall, Dakota Territory, 90 tons to Fort
Sully, Dakota Territory, and 80 tons to Fort Rice, Dakota Ter-
ritory, at $2 48 per 100 pounds.

For transportation of 90 tons of army supplies from St. Louis,
Missouri, to Fort Sully, Dakota Territory, and 100 tons to Fort
Rice, Dakota Territory, at 3 cents per pound; also 36 mules
from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Fort Rice, Dakota Terri-
tory, at $24 per head.

For transportation of 40 tons of army supplies from St. Louis, Mis-
souri, to Nebraska city, Nebraska Territory, at 65 cents per 100
pounds.

For transportation of 150 tons of army supplies from St. Louis,
Missouri, to St. Paul, Minnesota, at 474 cents per 100 pounds.
For transportation of 500 tons of subsistence stores from St. Louis,
Missouri, to Nebraska city, Nebraska Territory, at 95 cents per
100 pounds.

For transportation of 110 tons of subsistence stores from St. Louis,
Missouri, to St. Paul, Minnesota, at 344 cents per 100 pounds.

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545 Austin, Texas, Aug. 5, 1866..
546 Camp Douglas, U. T. Aug. 16, 1866..
Camp Douglas, U. T., Aug. 16, 1866..
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 13, 1866
Omaha, N. T., Sept. 26, 1866..
Baltimore, Md., July 24, 1866.
551 Savannah, Ga., July 22, 1866.
Charleston, S. C., June 12, 1866.
Savannah, Ga., July 18, 1866.
Baltimore, Md., July 28, 1866.
Fort Monroe, Va., Sep., 7, 1866.
New York city, Sept. 27, 1866.

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Fort Snelling, Minn., Aug. 30, 1866. 558 Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 27, 1866.

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Col. George P. Webster and J. G. Hanna..

Lieut. Wm. Logan and J. E. Buckman..
Lieut. Charles E. Dibble and J. F. Kirby
Lieut. J. W. Godman and C. B. Stone ....
Lieut. Charles Beudére and D. Cohn & Co..
Lieut. Charles Beudére and J. Davison
Lieut. Charles Beudére and W. S. Matthews.
Lieut. Charles Beudére and W. S. Matthews.
Lieut. M. P. Buffum and S. J. Gustin.

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Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's department, &c.—Continued.

Galveston to Indianola or return at one-fifth less than New Or-
leans to Galveston; Galveston to Brazos Santiago or return at
same rates as New Orleans to Indianola; Indianola to Brazos
Santiago or return at same rates as New Orleans to Galveston.
For 700 tons of hay, at $17 64 per ton.

For 305 tons of anthracite coal, delivered at Forts Warren and In-
dependence, in Boston harbor, at $7 35 per ton.

For 150 cords of wood, delivered at Fort Constitution, New Hamp-
shire, and Fort McCleary, Maine, at $10 48 per cord.
For 150 cords of wood, delivered at Fort Warren, Massachusetts,
at $10 25 per cord.

For 250 cords of wood, delivered at Fort Sullivan, Maine, at $8 45
per cord.

For wood as required, at $8 50 per cord; oats, at 75 cents per
bushel; hay, at $30 per ton; straw, at $22 per ton.

For 5,000 bushels corn, delivered at Fort Kearney, Nebraska Ter-
ritory, at $6 72 per bushel.

For 100 cords of wood, at $15 per cord..

For coal in quantities as required, at $17 per bushel
For wood in quantities as required, at $4 98 per cord.
For 187 tons of anthracite coal, at $13 per ton......
For 127 cords of hard wood, at $6 45 per cord........
For 400 tons of hay, at $17 per ton

For 30, 000 bushels shelled corn, at $1 39 per bushel.
For 50 tons of straw, at $8 75 per ton...

For 14,000 bushels oats, at 424 cents per bushel.

For 4, 000 bushels oats at Fort Abercrombie, Dakota Territory, at 90 cents per bushel.

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St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11, 1866.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11, 1866.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 18, 1866.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11, 1866.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11, 1866.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 11, 1866.
Salt Lake City, U. T., Feb. 6, 1866.
611 Salt Lake City, U. T., Feb. 6, 1866.
612 New York city, Oct. 31, 1866
Fort Laramie, D. T., Sept. 22, 1866.
Austin, Texas, Oct. 23, 1866.
Denver, C. T., Aug. 30, 1866.

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622 Prescott, A. T., Aug. 31, 1866.
623 Detroit, Mich., Oct. 1, 1866
624 Fort Bois, I. T., Aug. 18, 1866..
625 Fort Bois, I. T., Aug. 18, 1866..

626 Fort Bois, I. T., Aug. 18, 1866.
627 Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Oct. 12, 1866.
628 Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Oct. 12, 1866.
629 Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Oct. 12, 1866.

Major A. S. Kimball and Wm. Lee.
Major A. S. Kimball and J. H. Taylor.
Major A. S. Kimball and H. Classen....

Major A. S. Kimball and Geo. Rinehart.
Major A. S. Kimball and Kessler & Born.
Capt. R. B. Owen and Ed. G. Robinson.
Major Jno. L. Woods and John Fletcher..

For transportation of stores in Baltimore city, at 25 cents to $1 25 per load.

For 300 cords oak and pine wood, at $9 per cord...

For 12 tons of straw, at $18 per ton; 1,438 bushels oats, at 62 cents per bushel.

For 27 tons of hay, at $26 95 per ton....

For 90 tons anthracite coal, at $7 40 per ton; 5 tons bituminous coal, at $7 per ton; and 25 cents per ton additional for coal delivered at Fort McHenry.

For 10,000 bushels oats, at 62 cents per bushel; 10,000 bushels corn, at 83 cents per bushel.

For 25,000 bushels oats, at 43 cents per bushel for 10,000 bushels;
434 cents per bushel for 10,000 bushels; and 43 cents per bushel
for 5,000 bushels.

For 100 tons of hay, at $16 95 per ton
For 50 tons of straw, at $12 per ton......

For 25,000 bushels oats, at 42. 3 cents per bushel..
For 100 cavalry horses, at $164 50 each..

For 814 cavalry horses, at $164 85 each...
For 100 cavalry horses, at $163 95 each.

For quartermaster's stores as per schedule attached to contract on
file.

For quartermaster's stores as per schedule attached to contract on file.

For coopering packing boxes as required, at 15 cents each For 150 cords of wood at Fort Mitchell, Dakota Territory, at $13 68 per cord.

For 200 tons of hay, at $16 50 per ton..

For 500 tons of hay at Fort Morgan, Colorado Territory, at $12
per ton.

For 10,000 bushels of oats, at $1 59 per bushel
For 500 cords of wood, at $5 per cord, in gold.....
For 100 tons of hay, at $19 per ton, in gold..

For transportation of 106 pounds of government stores from La
Paz, Arizona Territory, to Camp Mason, Arizona Territory, at
8 cents per pound.

For delivery of 200 tons of hay at Fort Whipple, at $58 50 per ton, in gold.

For delivery of 79 tons of hay at Camp Mason, Arizona Territory,
at $48 50 per ton, in gold.

For transportation of 486 tons of government stores from Hardy-
ville to Fort Whipple, at 8 cents per pound, in coin.
For oats, at 45 cents per bushel; hay, $15 per ton; straw, $10 per
ton; corn, 90 cents per bushel, in quantities as required.
For 300 cords of hard wood, delivered at Camp Lyon, Idaho Ter-
ritory, at $14 24 per cord, in coin.

For 300,000 pounds of oats or barley, at 10. 12 cents per pound,
in coin.

For 200 tons of hay and 40 tons of straw, at $60 per ton, in coin..
For 4,400 bushels of oats, at 47 cents per bushel..
For 1, 200 bushels of oats, at 40 cents per bushel..
For 4,400 bushels of oats, at 47 cents per bushel..

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