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Colonel M. I. Ludington-J. E. Whitmore.
Colonel E. J. Strang-W. R. C. Clark.

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1869. 120 Indianola, Tex., August 30, 1869 Major John Cusack-Woodward Brothers.

For the removal of old and construction of new roofs on quarter.

feet for said roofs, at Fort Bascom, N Mex.
master's and nu balatonoe store-houses, at 027 per square of 10
For 98,000 pine ahingles, at 811 per 1,000, at Fort Bascom, N. Mex

New Orleans and Jackson Barracks. La.
For sanitary work on the earth closet system, at $272 per month, at
For wood, as required, at 84 69 per cord, at Fort Richardson, Tex.
For mesquit wood, as required, at $4 55 per cord, at Fort Griffin, Tex.
For hay, as required, at $40 per ton, at Fort Brown, Tex.
For transportation of officers and soldiers and Government stores

from St. Louis, Mo., Wyandott, and Fort Leavenworth, Kang.,
and Omaha, Nebr., to Sioux City, Iowa, and Fort Benton, Mout.
and to all posts mentioned in the tabular statement annexed to
contract, at schedule prices.
For transportation of stores, mails, and troops between Fort Town-

send, Wash., and Camp San Juan and Island, Wash., at sched

ule prices.
For building materials, at prices stated in contract, at Fort Cape

Disappointment.
For transportation from Fort Ellis, Mont., to near Diamond City,

Mont., of military stores, at $1_25 per 100 pounds.
For charter of schooner Abbie E. Campbelf to carry Government

wagons from Indianola, Tex., to Galveston, Tex., at and for the
sum of the amount now being paid to Charles Morgan for the
transportation of this kind of freight from Indianola to Galves-

ton, Tex. For furnishing

material and constructing three brick cisterns, for $1,757 50, at Fort Wadsworth, N. Y. For 13,082 bushels of corn, at 79 cents per bushel; 7,322 bushels of

oats, at 545 cents per bushel, at Sioux City, Iowa.
For charter of brig Ballot Box to sail from New Orleans, La., to

Baton Rouge, La., and thence to New York City, to carry men
and freight, as may be required, at $300 per voyage.
For 600 cords of wood, at $5 64 per cord, at Fort Snelling, Minn.
For 100 tons of hay, at 89 38 per ton, at Fort Snelling, Miun.
For 500,000 feet of lumber in the log, at $19 50 per 1,000 feet, at

Fort Randall, Dak.
For lease of lots and stables on Marble Place, at $150 per month, at

Chicago, Ill.
For 2,500 bushels of oats, at 59 cents per bushel, at Richmond, Va..
For 50 tons of bay, at $21 72 per ton, at Richmond, Va
For 1,700 bushels of charcoal, at 30 cents per bushel, at Fort Sel.

den, N. Mex.
For transportation of military supplies on route No. 3, in New

Mexico, at schedule prices.
For 308,000 pounds of corn, at $1 44 per bushel, at Fort Arbuckle,

Indian territory.
For transportation of military, Indian, and Government stores and

supplies from Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, and points that may
be designated on the Missouri River, to any places that may be
designated by the forwarding officer, within the limits of Indian
Territory, at the rate of 31 39 for 100 pounds per 100 miles.

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Captain James Gilliss-James E. Booge.
Captain A. J. McGonnigle-A. S. Mansfield

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General S. B. Holabird-Samuel Mayall
General S. B. Holabird-Merriam & Wilder
Colonel A.J. McGonnigle-E. A. Burbank.
Colonel John G. Chandler-Lucien L. Bass.
Colonel John G. Chandler-T. A. Brander.
Colonel M. I. Ludington-John R. Johnson.
Colonel M. I. Ludington-W. H. Moore
General L. C. Easton-M. Brown.
General L. C. Easton--P. G. Lowe

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Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's Department during the year ending December 31, 1870, $c.-Continued.

For cleaning the ditch or moat, at 75 cents per cubic yard, at Fort

Pulaski, Ga.
For lease of premises to be used as a camp for troops, at $20 per

month, at Montgomery, Ala.
For transportation by stage of officers and soldiers and employés

and baggage on various routes in Texas, at schedule prices.
For lease of premises for officers' headquarters, Department of the

Lakes, at $133 33, at Detroit, Mich.
For bituminous coal, as required, at $4 50 per ton, at Louisville, Ky.
For lease of room for office of surgeon and medical director, at $25

per month, at Detroit, Mich.
For lease of room for office of paymaster United States Army, at

$29 17 per month, at Detroit, Mich.
For wood, as reqnired, at $8 17 per cord, at Austin, Texas.
For receiving, storing, and delivering Government stores at In-

dianola, Texas, at schedule prices, at Indianola, Texas.
For 282 iron bedsteads, Meige's pattern, at 86 50 each; 38 iron bed-

steads, Hamilton pattern, at 87 25 each, at Chicago, Ill.
For 300 iron bedsteads, Hamilton pattern, at $7 25 each; 237 iron

bedsteads, Meige's pattern, at $6 50 each, at Chicago, nl.
For lease of room in Merchants' Insurance Company's building, at

$360 per annum, to be used as office for headquarters Military

Division of the Missouri.
For lease of the third story of Merchants' Insurance Company's

building, to be used as offices of the Military Division of the Mis.
souri, at $8,500 per year, at Chicago, Ill.
For 176 cavalry horses, at $138 40 each, at Omaha, Nebr.
For lease of warehouse to be nised by the United States Subsistence

Department, at $2,500 per annum, at Chicago, Ill.
For transportation of stores, &c., in the city of New York and be.

tween the cities of New York, Brooklyn, and Jersey City, at

schedule prices. For 38 cavalry horses, at $189 50 each, at Chicago, Il. For 156 cottonwood logs, 17 by 1 feet, and 300 logs, 16 by 1 feet, and

100 pickets, 11 by 10 feet, at $3 50 for each log and picket, and
$200 for each of two block-houses erected by him at Indian agency,

Dak.
For 156 cottonwood logs, 17 by 1 feet, and 300 logs, 20 by 1 feet, and

100 pickets, 11 by 10 feet, at 82 50 for each log and picket, and
8205 for each of two block-houses crected by him at Grand River

agency, Dak. For 13,600 bushels of onts, at 649 cents per bushel, at West Point,

N. Y For 125 tons of bay at $18 50 per ton; 70 tons of straw, at 821 95 per tot, at West Point, N, Y.

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160 Jeffersonville, Ind., April 20, 1870.
161 Jeffersonville, Ind., April 25, 1870.

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Colonel A. R. Eddy-Mro. M. A. Stout
Colonel A. R. Eddy-C. Kontz

5 per month, lleur ('orinth, Minn.

For lease of premises to be used for the encampment of troops, at
Colonel A. R. Eddy-Harriet Corry

For lease of promises to be used as offices headquarters Depart.

ment of the South, at $123 per month, at Atlanta, Ga.

inonth, at Atlanta, Ga.

For lease of promises to be used as Goverument stables, at $00 per
Lieutenant II. I. Farnsworth-IIarriet Corry. For quit claims of T. E. Whittaker, E. R. Sassan, and G. W: Del.

bridge, right and title to property known as the Tattersall Stin-
bles, and accepts in lieu of said transfer 25 per month from the
United States, and gives certain privileges not stated in said

lease, at Atlanta, Ga.
General J. A. Potter-R. L. Howe

For 300 corris of wood, at $3 90 per cord, at Jeffersonville, Ind
General J. A. Potter-James Hill

For c0 tons of hay, at $2 50 per ton, at Jeffersonville, Ind
General J. A. Potter-Clark & Fairfax

For 4,000 bushely of oats, at it cents per bushel; 25 tons of straw, 1

$15 per ton for oats, and $14 per ton for wheat, at Jefferson:

ville, Ind. General S. B. Hulabird-Ezra Briggs

For 638 cords of wood, at $3.95 per cord, at Fort Ripley, Minn. ..do

For 70 tons of hay, at $5 50 pertoir, at Fort Ripley, Minni General S. B. IIolabird-Alexander Moore. For 210 tons of hay, at 85 per ton, at Fort Abercrombie, Duk do

For 265 tons of hay, at $5 per ton, at Fort Wadsworth, Dak .do

For 1,264 cords of wood, at 89 95 per cord, at Fort Wadsworth,

Dak.
Captain W. A. Starr-W. M. Hong

For 534,000 pounds of barley, at 3: cents per pound, coin; 600.000
pouds of hay, at $17 per ton; 200,000 pounds of straw, at $17 per

ton : 950 corils of wood, at $10 per cord, at Camp Halleck, Novi Colonel C. M. Foster-C. C. Bean & Co.

For 800.000 pounds of corn or barley; at, for the tirst 200,000

pomid, 7 cents per pound: second 200,000 pounds, 7 cents per
pound; third 200,000 pounds, i cents per pound; fourth 200.000
pomnds, it cents per pound, at Fort Whipple, Ariz. Also,
1,000,000 pounds of corn or barley, at, för 300,000 pounds: 75 cents
per pound ; 200,000 pounds, 7 cents per pound, at Camp Toll

Gate, Ariz.
Colonel C. M. Foster-W. A. Kelly

For 400,000 pounds of cor or barley, at, for the first 200,000 pounds,

6 cents pwr pound; second 200,000 pounds, 5g cents per pound,

at Camp Date Creck. Colonel C. M. Foster-A. Wertheimer

For 200,000 pounds of corn or barley, at 6j cents per pound, at Camp

Verde, Ariz.
Lieutenant Thomas Garrey-W. M. Hoag For 600.000 pounds of oats, at 19 cents per pound; 100,000 pounds of

burler, at 11 cents per pound; 4.50 tons of hay, at 812 75 per ton;

120 tons of straw, at $11 30 per ton, at Camp Bidwell, Cal. Major A. G. Robinson-L. P. Osmer.

For 4,000 bushels of charcoal, at 245 cents per bushel, at Fort

Union, X. MtX.
General L. C. Easton-L. T. Smith

For corn, as required, at 60 cents per bushel; hay, as required, at

$10 per ton, at Wyatt's Farm, Kanis,
General L. C. Easton-W. S. Kerr.

For 100 tons of hav, at $4 95 per ton, at Graft"s Farm, Kans
General L. C. Easton-U. Graff

For corn, as requireel, at 60 cents per bushel; hay, as required, at

87 per ton, at Gratis Farm, Kaus. Colonel E. J. Strang-Thomas J. Clark

For transportation of Government stores at schedule prices, at

New Orleans, La. General R. Saxton-Oregon Steam Navigation For transportation from San Francisco, Cal., to Dalles City, Oreg., Company

of military supplies, at 1 cent per pound.

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cisco, Cal., to Portland. Org., at į cent per pround.
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For transportation of military stores and supplies from San Fran

cisco, Cal., to Wallula, Wash., at Iļ cents per pound. .do

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Wallula,

Wash., to Fort Lapwai, Idaho, at 1cents per pound
General R. Saxton-F. W. Blakeney

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Portland,

Oreg., to Fort Klamath, Oreg., at 51 cents per pound.
General R. Saxton-A. A. McCully.

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Dalles,

Oreg., to Camp Harney, Oreg., at 4.93 cents per pound.
General R. Saxton--C. S. Simpson

For transportation of military stores and supplies from San Fran

cisco, Cal., to Astoria, Oren, at $5 per tou, except for powder,

which will be at $ per ton. General R. Saxton-Robert Grant

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Dalles,

Oreg., to Camp Warner, Orem, at 5.95 cents per pound.
General R. Saxton--0. W. Weaver

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Wallula,

Wash., to Fort Colville, Wash., at 2.96 cents per pound. .do

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Wallula,

Wash., io Camp Three Forks roybee, Idaho, at 4.95 cents per

pound. General R. Saxton--Reese & Russell

For transportation of military stores and supplies from Wallula,

Wash., in Fort Boise, Ialo, at 4.63 cents per poul.
Captain W. B. Hughes-John Henderson, jr. For 300,000 pounds anthracite coal, at $0 25 per 1,000 pounds, at

posts in the barbor of San Francisco, Cal.
Captain W. B. Hnghes–Storm & Co.

For 1,000,000 pounds of barley, at $10 65 per 1,000 pounds; 1,000,000

pounds of oats, at 812 65 per 1,000 pounds; 2,000,000 pounds of
hay, at $5 90 per 1,000 pounds; 500,000 pounds of straw, at $4 35

por 1,000 pounds; at posts in the harbor of San Francisco, Cal.
Captain W. B. Hughes-Nicholas Burns.

För 2,500 corils of wood, at 88 19 per cord, at posts in the harbor of

San Francisco, Cal.
Captain W. B. Hughes-M. Kershaw

For 4,000,000 pounds of bituminous coal, at $5 65 per 1,000 pounds,

at posts in the harbor of San Francisco, Cal.
General M. S. Miller per General J. A. Ekin- For transportation of military stores and supplies over the Galves.
N. A. Cowdrey.

ton, Tloustou, and Henderson railroad and connections, at 50

cents per 100 pounds per 100 miles.
General L. C. Easton-Levi Carter

For 50,000 feet of lumber, at 858 90 per 1,000 feet, at Fort Lyon, Colo.
Colonel A. R. Eddy-N. Greil & Brother. For lease of a building in Montgomery, Ala., to be used as a post

hospital, at $75 per month, at Montgomery, Ala.
Colonel A. R. Eddy-R. Chapman

For lease of premises near Huntsville, Ali, to be used as a buikil.

ing site for barracks, at 8.30 per mouth, with the privilege of

relinquishing possession of water on giving 30 dana sotice Colonel A. R. Eddy-P. H. Wood.

For construction of barracks at $:23, 200 for buildings complete, at

Huntsville, Ala. Colonel George H. Week - Geo. Anerbocher For 30 tons of straw, at $17 per ton, at St. Louis, Mo Colonel George H. Week-J. A. Sturges

For 4,060 bushels of oats, at 64 cents peu bumhel, " St. Louis, Mo.

San Francisco, Cal., April 25, 1870.
San Francisco, Cal., May 5, 1870.

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216 St. Paul, Minn., March 30, 1870
217 St. Paul, Minn., April 11, 1870
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Company of Chicago,

Miner's Delight and Camp Auger, Wyo, at 84 per 100 pounds
General S. B. Holabird-P. W. MO A. Dow......

$720 per annum, at Chicago, 11.
Captain James Gilliss-Merchants Insurance For lease of the 4th story of Alerchants' Insurance Company, nt
General S. B. Holabird-C. A. Brondwater

For 1,563 tons of hay, at 818 per tou, at Fort Ellis, Mont
For 384,380 pounds of barley or oats, at 4 cents per pound for barley

and 4 1.5 cents per ponnd for oats, at Fort Shaw, Mont
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For 2,000,000 pounds of barley or onts, at 2 35-100 cents per ponnd

for barley, and 9 41-100 cents per pound for oats, at Fort Ellis,

Mont.
General S. B. Holabird-A. H. Wilder

For 12,000 tons of coal, at $6 per ton, at Fort Stevenson, Dak.
General S. B. Holabird-Nathan Myrick. For 655 tons of hay, at 88 74 per ton, at Fort Totten, Dak.
General S. B. Holabird-0. S. Freeman.

For 2,623 cords of wood, at $5 43 per cord, at Fort Abercrombie,

Dak.
General S. B. Holabird-T. B. Allis

For 3,759 cords of wood, at 85 84 per cord, at Fort Ellis, Mont.
General S. B. Holabird-0. C. Treadway. For 1,635 cords of wood, at $5 per cord, at Fort Rice, Dak.

For 380 tons of hay, at $15 75 per ton, at Fort Rice, Dak..
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General S. B, Holabird-N. Ford

For 680 tons of hay, at $16 90 per ton, at Fort Shaw, Mont.
General S. B. Holabird-Samuel Mayall

For 614 cords of wood, at $4 per cord, at Fort Totten, Dak
General S. B. Holabird-A. H. Wilder.

For 263 tons of bay, at $21 per ton, at Fort Stevenson, Dak.
General S. B. Holabird-Durfee & Peck

For 400 tons of hay, at $25 05 per ton, at Fort Buford, Dak
General S. B. Holabird--A. H. Wilder

For 2,000 cords of wood, at $9 24 per cord, at Fort Buford, Dak.
General S. B. Holabird-L. G. Bourret.

For 292 tons of hay, at $9 99 per ton, at Fort Randall, Dak
General S. B. Holabird-A. H. Wilder

For 1,200 cords of wood, at 11 85 per cord, at Fort Stevenson, Dak.
General A. J. Perry-John Hunton.

For 2,300 cords of wood, at $14 35 per cord, at Fort Laramie, Wyo
General A. J. Perry-C. E. Clay

For 3,000 bushels of charcoal, at 13 cents per bushel, at Fort Lara

mie, Wyo. General A. J. Perry-E. D. Lane.

For 200 tons of hay, at $9 93 per ton, at Fort Sanders, Wyo...

For 200 bushels of lime, at 44 cents per bushel, at Fort Sanders,
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For 1,500 bushels of charcoal, at 24 cents per bushel, at Fort San. do do.

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For 600 cords of wood, at $4 69 per cord, at Fort Sanders, W.T do do

For 500 bushels of lime, at 98 cents per bushel, at Fort Fred. Steele,
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General C. G. Sawtelle—Whitney & Co.

For transportation of military stores from Winnemucca to Camp

W. Scott and Camp McDermit, Nev., and from Reno, Nev., to

Carap Bidwell, Cal., at schedule prices.
General C. G. Sawtelle-Riley & Hardin. For transportation of army supplies from San Francisco, Cal., to

Camp Wright, at 3 85-100 cents per pound.
General C. G. Sawtelle-J. Greenebaum

For transportation of military stores and supplies from San Fran.

cisco, Cal., to Camp Gaston, Cal., at 2 11-100 cents per pound. Captain W. B. Hughes-Smith & Cutter. For transportation of military stores and supplies in the city of

San Francisco, Cal., at schedule prices. Colonel Wm. B. Hunt-P. Doddridge.

For transportation of inilitary stores and supplies from Corpus

Christi to Ringgold Barracks, Forts McIntosh, Duncan, and Clark, Texas, at schedule prices.

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