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A.Contingent expenses of Department of State, &c.—Continued.

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Messager Franco-American .......... Subscription.....
John F. Green...

Soap, bowl, &c....
William Callow...

Newspapers ......... Washington Gas-Light Company .. Gas consumed February, 1876. W. H. Dice......

Repairs to stable ..... John F. Green..

Horse-feed ........... Morrar & Barker..

Shoeing horses ... Washington Gas-Light Company .. Gas consumed in March, 1876 B. Koch......

Repairs to saddle and harness. Ken Debec Ice Company ....

Ice.... Elizabeth H. Brown .......

Washing towels ........ J. W. Boteler & Bro .......

Sponge, soap, matches, &c ... W. S. Thompson...........

Castor-oil, &c ........ J. A. Wineberger .............

New York Times.... Adams Express Company ....

Transportation .......... Solomons & Chapman ...

Water-colors, &c
Wasbington and Georgetown Railroad Car-tickets ................

Company.
Johnson & Brothers ..

Fuel ......
Robert Graham......

Repairing wagons ... Washington Gas-Light Company... Gas consumed in April, 1876.. E. H. Brown ......

Washing towels ...... W. Callow ..........

Newspapers ...... James Faye ........

Book-rest ........... Mnrray & Barker .........

Shoeing horses.......
Franklin Telegraph Company.

Telegrams...........
Kennebec Ice Company..
Adams Express Company ...

Freight .............
William Smith .......

Official cards ...... I. B. Adams............

Subscription .........
National Republican......

Advertising .........
Western Union Telegraph Company.. Telegrams......
E. H. Mueller .......

Portrait of former Secretary-of

State Smith. L. K. Lundy....

Newspapers .......... E. K. Lundy..

Newspapers ........ National Republican.

Subscription ....... H. Baumgarten......

Stamps, &c ........ Elizabeth H. Brown...

Washing towels ..... Evening Star........

Subscription ........
William Callow .....

New York papers .....
Kennebec Ice Company..
Washington Gas-Light Company Gas consumed in May, 1876..
S. W. Barchell ....

Candles and candlesticks....
Washington Gas-Light Company Gas consumed in June, 1876..
Joseph Adams.......

Gas-regulator. W. Boteler & Bro ......

Matches .................. 1.F. Green .....

Candles ............
Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company. Telegrams ..........
Bureau of Engraving and Printing Check-books....
W. S. Thompson .......

Brushes, soap, &c.
Febb & Beveridge....................

Tin pail...... E. K. Lundy.....

Newspapers ...... Chronicle Publishing Company..

Subscription......... Elizabeth H. Brown ..

Washing towels ..... I W. Boteler & Bro .....

Tumblers, matches, &c .... James L. Harinon ......

Subscription ............... Rennebec Ice Company.

Ice for June............... William Callow .......

Subscription ............. A Young & Bro ......

Cotton cloth........ J. Niland.......

Soap ...... P.F. Hornig...

Hay ............ Alexander Roads....

Hay ................ L. Ridgeley.

Straw W.S. Thompson.

Horse-medicine.........

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B. Koch .....
Murray & Barker....
Huguely & Bowen....

W. S. Thompson...
- John F. Green....
Johnson Brothers......
W. H. Dice.....
F. Lemmer........
.J. W. Russell......

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Repairing barness, &c .......
Shoeing horses ........
Horse ..................
Castile soap ........
Horse-feed..............
Coal .................*
Repairs to stable ............
Key to stable .......
Traveling expenses, official

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Repairing carriages, &c......
Draping building......
Laborers in moving De part-

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Shoeing horses ....
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Repairing harness, &c..
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National Republican ....

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16,070 31

B.-Statement of the expenditures from the fund for contingent expenses of

foreign intercourse, including the expenditures for contingent erpenses of all missions abroad, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876.

To whom paid.

On what account.

Amount

William H. Dice....

Making boxes......
W. J. Gill.

Repairing dispatch-bags....
Western Union Telegraph Company..... Cable telegrams ..
Solomons & Chapman

Stationery ...
Do........

.do .. New York Times.

Subscription
William H. McDaniels

Silk flag.......
President's approval.
H, H. Given........

Expenses, Bogota to Washing

ton. Solomons & Chapman

Stationery .......... Western Union Telegraph Company.... Telegrams...... Mary J. Phelps........

Dispatch-bags ...
Evening Post .......

Subscription
Radcliffe Baldwin, United States dis Salary and expenses .

patch-agent, New York.
Western Union Telegraph Company ..... Cable telegrams .
Solomons & Chapman...........

Stationery .... H. V. & W. H. Poor ..

Railroad manual W.J. Gill.....

Repairing mail-bags Jonathan Amory, United States dispatch- Salary ........

agent, Boston. President's approval.

................ New York Times..........

Subscription .... Solomons & Chapman

Envelopes........ Western Union Telegraph Company

Cable telegrams. Cincinnati Gazette Company....

Subscription H. Richey.............

Tin packing.cases
New York Tribune.......

Subscription .......
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Western Union Telegraph Company..... Cable telegrams ............
The Tribune Company, Chicago.......... Subscription ................
Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Com Freight and charges ....

pany.
Jonathan Amory, dispatch-agent, Boston .
George F. Wassman......

Keys for mail-bags.... T. B. Peddie & Co ......

Padlocks and chains or keys..
Radcliffe Baldwin, dispatch-agent, New Disbursements and services..

York.
George W. Knox....

Freight and charges on books.
Indianapolis Journal...

........ Subscription .... The New York Times Company..........

......do ....... A. Schumacher & Co.......

Freight on books .... W.J. Gill ............

Mail-bags .......... New York Times.....

Subscription ......... Dayton Journal .........

......do ....... Western Union Telegraph Company...... Cable telegrams ... Solomons & Chapman ..

Printing drafts, secretaries of

legation. New York Tribune....

Subscription . Cineinnati Times.........

......do ...... New York Times .....

...do ..... Baltimore and Potoinac Railroad Cum Freight on books ...

pany. New York Times....

Subscription .. Thomas Taylor, dispatch-agent, Havre... Salary, &c. ........ New York Tribune.....

Subscription ........ H. Richey.......

Tin packing-cases.... Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Com Freight ........

pany. Western Union Telegraph Company ...... Cable telegrams ... National Republican..

Subscriptions, (5 copies). New York Times....

Subscription ... Solomons & Chapman ............

Stationery ..... W.J. Gill ........

Repairing mail-bags .. New York Tribune

Subscription ...... New York Herald ...........

......do ....... New York Times......

......do .. San Francisco Bulletin....

......do ....... Western Union Telegraph Company..... Cable telegrams.. New York Times..

Subscription Baltimore American....

......do ............. National Republican.

......do ......... New York Commercial Advertiser.... State of Illinois ....

Certificate of great seal ...... W.B. Godwin.....

Expenses of coroner's inquest Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Com Freight on books ........

pany. Prind rförd & Jenney...

Freight on books from Bogota. Charles P. James...

Legal services; making digest

of opinions. Henry 0. Connor..............

Expenses of jonrney to New

York on public business.
William Hunter, Assistant Secretary.
F.O. St. Clair....

....do .. Western Union Telegraph Company Telegrams .. Do.....

Cable telegrams.... J.W. Russell, private secretary...

Expenses at New York.... New York Times....

Subscription....... New Orleans Republican .....

....do ..... Franklin Telegraph Company

Telegrams, (cable) ........ C. Weber.......

Mail-bags and repairing ...... George F, Wassman..........

Leads and wires for mail-bags. Western Union Telegraph Company..... Telegrams.......

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Western Union Telegraph Company ..... Cable telegrams .............
National Republican..

Subscriptions...
William H. Diee ........................ Packing-boxes and packing...
Solomons & Chapman................

Stationery .....

Dictionaries ..
Do............................... Rubber bands ...............
Atlantic, Pacific, and Franklin Telegraph Cable telegrams ...

Company.
Western Union Telegraph Company ..... Telegrams ..........
C. Weber .....

Repairing mail-bags ...
William H. Dice ......

Making packing-boxes Atlantic, Pacific, and Franklin Telegraph | Telegramis........ Company.

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Western Union Telegraph Company ......do ............
B, F. Stevens ......

Law-books and map .
George W. Knox........................ Hauling and freight..........
George F. Wassman...

Repairing presses
H. Richey ........

Tin packing-boxes...
Solomons & Chapman.

Stationery ...........
Western Union Telegraph Company...... Cable telegrams .............
Solomons & Chapman...

Stationery ............
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George Williamson, minister to Central Clerical expenses ....
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Traveling expenses .......... New York Tribune...

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Total disbursements ..

15, 133 34

Contingent expenses of all missions abroad during the fiscal

year ended June 30, 1876, disbursed through the Treasury Department, as reported to this Department by the Fifth Auditor:

Mission.

1. Argentine Republic...... 2. Austria ... 3. Belgium ............ 4. Brazil .......... 5. Bolivia .... 6. Central America.... 7. Chili ...... 8. China .... 9. Denmark... 10. Colombia.. 11. Ecuador.. 12. France ... 13. German Empire 14. Great Britain. 15. Greece .... 16. Hawaiian Islands 17. Hayti ... 18. Italy ........ ... . 19. Japan......... 20. Liberia..................... 21. Mexico...... 22. Netherlands, (only partial accounts received).... 23. Paraguay and Uruguay, (no accounts received.) 24. Peru.

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Statement of amount of all former appropriations for contingent expenses of

the Department of State, and contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, including all missions abroad, on hand June 30, 1876.

IN THE TREASURY. Contingent fund, Departinent of State.....

$2,972 53 Contingent fund, foreign intercourse ....

....................... 39, 701 17

IN HANDS OF DISBURSING-CLERK. Contingent fund, foreign intercourse

. 453 21 IN THE TREASURY ON ACCOUNT OF APPROPRIATIONS, 1875. Contingent expenses, Department of State.....

2,307 88 Contingent expenses, foreign intercourse ........

......... 2, 889 71 Total .........

........... 48, 324 50

C.-Analytical statement of all the moneys disbursed by the disbursing

clerk of the Department of State during the fiscal year ended June 30,

1876. Appropriation for salaries of Secretary of State, Assistant Secretaries, clerks, messengers, watchmen, laborers, &c.......

......... $119, 475 41 Appropriation for contingent expenses of the Department of State....... 16,070 31 Appropriation for editing, printing, binding, and distributing Laws of 43d Congress, and of Revised and Annual Statutes

5, 626 62 Appropriation for proof-reading.....

1, 326 65 Appropriation for books and maps... "iation for books and maps......................................

2,500 00 Appropriation for stationery, furniture, &c...

4,783 25 Appropriation for rescuing shipwrecked American seamen.....

2, 123 39 Appropriation for lithographing .....

1, 401 10 Appropriation for contingent expenses of foreign missions

133 34 Appropriation for contingent expenses of United States consuls

61, 120 24 Appropriation for International Exposition, Vienna.

8,632 41 Appropriation for postage, Department of State....

5,360 99 Appropriation for relief and protection of American seamen

144 00 Appropriation for furniture for new building for State, War, and Navy Departments .........................................................

71,380 25 Appropriation for expenses under the neutrality acts.

59 00 Total.

315, 136 96 R. C. MORGAN,

Chief of Bureau of Accounts. 8. Ex.

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