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ORDERS

, August 26, 1904. Under authority of the 96th section of the act of Congress approved January 12, 1895, contracts have been made by the Postmaster General for supplying the several Executive Departments of the Government with envelopes during the year beginning July 1, 1904. With the view to economy in the public expenditures requisitions for envelopes for use of the Army will be limited to those described in the annexed schedule.

No job printing for envelopes other than that authorized by A. R., 908, will be allowed, but in order to facilitate business such inexpensive rubber stamps as may be absolutely necessary for use in event of change of station, address, etc., may be provided, thereby effecting a large saving in the event of change of station, address, etc.

Under the terms of these contracts the following officers of the Army are authorized by the Secretary of War to order envelopes direct from the contractors and to make payment for the same under the terms of said contract.

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
Depot quartermaster, Army Building, New York City.

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.
Parchasing commissary, Old Custom House, St. Lonis, Mo.
Purchasing commissary, Army Building, New York City.
Purchasing commissary, St. Paul, Minn.
Purchasing commissary, 170 Summer street, Boston, Mass.
Purchasing commissary, Omaha, Nebr.
Purchasing commissary, 11 Lake street, Chicago, Ill.
Purchasing commissary, Vancouver Barracks, Wash.
Purchasing commissary, Kansas City, Mo.
Purchasing commissary, San Antonio, Tex.
Purchasing commissary, 103 Market street, San Francisco, Cal.
Purchasing commissary, Denver, Colo.
Purchasing commissary, 1201 Prytania street, NewOrleans, La.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The officer in charge, Medical Supply Depot, 391 Washington street, New York City.

OFFICERS CORPS OF ENGINEERS. All disbursing officers of the Corps of Engineers and the supervisor of the harbor of New York.

SIGNAL CORPS. Disbursing officer, Signal Corps, War Department, Washington, D. C. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

Schedule of envelopes to be furnished the several Executive Departments of the Government, at Wash

ington, D. C., during the year beginning July 1, 1904, under contracts made by the Postmaster General, in accordance with section 96 of the act of Congress approved January 12, 1895.

$1.85

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ENVELOPE SCHEDULE-1904-1905.

Description of envelopes.

Price per thou.

sand.

Item No. of contract schedule.

Contractor.

(Weight stated, except "Miscellaneous," is per ream of paper of 500

sheets, 22} by 30 inches.)

Plain. Printed.

10
12
14
15
17
19
21
25

WHITE.
Union Envelope Co., of Rich- 109 by 4 inches.

50 pounds.. $1.61
mond, Va.
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104 by 4 inches.

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93 by 44 inches

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1.32
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8} by 37 inches

1.21
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88 by 3 inches

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1.14
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67 by 32 inches.

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1. 48
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6) by 3 inches

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6 by 3) inches...
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75
5 by 3 inches

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65
R. Carter Ballantyne, of Wash-
ington, D.O.

82 by 3% inches, open end, notched, but without flap, white linen
stock

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3. 58

CREAM. United States Envelope Co., of 102 by 4% inches-highly calendered. No. 1 quality, laid. 60 pounds. 2. 14 Springield, Mass. do 98 by 48 inches--same as above, laid.

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1.82 1.50 1.50 1.31 1. 29 1. 73 .85 87

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5! by 3 inches same as above, laid.

..50 pounds.. 18 do

CLOTH LINED.
91 R. P. Andrews & Co., Inc., of 10 by 5 inches, azure

Washington, D. C.
108 R. Carter Ballantyne, of Wash- 6 by 31 inches, azure
ington, D. C.

MANILA.
128 Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 16 by 12 inches (rope manila)

100 pounds 1st quality
of New York, N. Y.
132 do
15 by 12 inches

100 pounds 1st quality.
Union Envelope Co., of Rich- 15 by 12 inches

100 pounds

Jute...
mond, Va.
133 Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 15 by 10 inches

100 pounds. 1st quality
of New York, N. Y.
United States Envelope Co., of 15 by 10 inches

100 pounds. Jute
Springfield, Mass.
137 Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 14 by 10 inches

110 pounds - ...Ist quality..
of New York, N. Y.
Albert Wolf, of Philadelphia, 14 by 10 inches

110 pounds. Jute
Pa.
143
Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 13! by 97 inches

80 pounds.... 1st quality.
of New York, N. Y.

| Jute 144 .do 13 by 11 inches

80 pounds

1st quality

Jute 169 Union Envelope Co., of Rich- 11by 84 inches

.80 pounds J Ist quality mond, Va.

| Jute 180 .do 114 by 5 inches

.80 pounds | 1st quality.

Jute
182
Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 11 by 9 inches

.60 pounds 1st quality..
of New York, N. Y.

Jute
205 .do
10} by 5} inches

-50 pounds.

J 1st quality.

Jute
212
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104 by 8) inches (rope manila)

110 poands Ist quality
215 United States Envelope Co., of 10% by 69 inches (rope manila)

100 pounds. 1st quality Springfield, Mass. 216 .do 101 by 6! inches (rope manila)

50 pounds Ist quality. 231 Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., 9 by 64 inches

100 pounds. Ist quality of New York, N. Y.

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Schedule of envelopes to be furnished the several Executive Departments of the Government, etc.—Cont'd.

Price per thou

sand.

Description of envelopes.

Item No. of contract schedule.

Contractor.

(Weight stated, except "Miscellaneous,' is per ream of paper of 500

sheets, 22} by 30 inches.)

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MANILA-continued. 237 Union Envelope Co., of Rich: 94 by 44 inches, ungummed

.80 pounds. Ist quality
mond. Va.

1 Jute
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94 by 4 inches

40 pounds Ist quality
238 United States Envelope Co., of 94 by 4 inches

40 pounds Jute Springfield, Mass. 266 ..do 6 by 3inches

28 pounds 1st quality
MISCELLANEOUS.

Whiting.
330 R. P. Andrews & Co., Inc., of 48 by 31 inches, Whiting's Standard Linen, 54-pound, N. S. 3
Washington, D. C.

Hurd.
351 American News Co., of New 513 by 48 inches, Hurd's standard, 70-pound, white, N. S. 67.

York, N. Y William H. Rupp Co., of Wash - 543 by 4inches, Hurd's standard, 70-pound, white, N. S. 67 ington, D. C.

Crane. 406 John A. Dusbane & Co., of Bal. 59 by 34 inches, Cranes Distatr Linen, 51-pound, cream, royal

timore, Md. 412

54 by 418 inches, Crane's Parchment Vellum, cream, bar. 1, 70-pound American News Co., of New hol by 4' inches, ('rane's Distatt Linen, 12-pound, cream, bur. I .....

York, N. Y.

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GENERAL ORDERS,

WAR DEPARTMENT,
No. 141.

Washington, August 17, 1904. I. General Orders, No. 100, Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General's Office, July 9, 1903, amended by paragraph 1, General Orders, No. 19, War Department, September 18, 1903, relating to the technical instruction of Coast Artillery and to artillery practice, are hereby rescinded.

II. The accompanying details of methods of technical instruction for Coast Artillery are published for the information and guidance of all concerned.

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

ADNA R. CHAFFEE,

Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

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