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20 Session. I

No. 13.

CONTINGENT FUND OF THE POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

LETTER

FROM

THE POSTMASTER GENERAL,

TRANSMITTING,

In compliance with the act of June, 1872, a statement of the expenditure of

the contingent fund of the Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876.

DECEMBER 21, 1876.-Referred to the Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office

Department and ordered to be printed.

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF DISBURSING-CLERK AND SUPERINTENDENT,

Washington, D, C., December 20, 1876. SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith, in compliance with the tenth section of the act approved June 8, 1872, a detailed statement of the expenditures made froin the contingent fund of this Department for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1876. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAS. N. TYNER,

Postmaster-General. Ilon. SAMUEL J. RANDALL,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Exhibit of all payments from the contingent fund of the Post-Office Department during the

fiscal year ended June 30, 1876.

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Wm. H. Dempsey :
July 12, 1875, stationery
November 23, 1875, stationery .............
April 7, 1876, stationery

G. Crandell :
July 13, 1875, stationery .....
November 22, 1875, stationery ......
January 12, 1876, stationery ....
March 18, 1876, stationery
June 30, 1876, stationery.....

John C. Parker:
July 7, 1875, stationery .......
October 13, 1875, stationery .........

Solomons and Chapman:
September 1, 1875, stationery
November 15, 1875, stationery ........
December 6, 1875, stationery..
January 7, 1876, stationery....
March 6, 1876, stationery ......
April 5, 1876, stationery .......
May 5, 1876, stationery .......
June 7, 1876, stationery......

Warren Choate & Co.:
September 4, 1875, stationery
January 8, 1876, stationery ....
November 22, 1875, stationery...
February 2, 1876, stationery
March 8, 1876, stationery .....
April 7, 1876, stationery
June 3, 1876, stationery .....................

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Mohun Brothers :
October 25, 1875, gold pen ...................
May 27, 1876, stationery ......

Morgan Envelope Company :
September 4, 1875, stationery .......

Rogers & Co.:
September 11, 1875, 1 dozen bones.

J. B. Adams:
December 17, 1875, stationery...................................
February 28, 1876, stationery ...................................
April 4, 1876, stationery ........................................
May 2, 1876, W. C. paper........................................
June 6, 1876, stationery .........................................
June 16, 1876, copying-press, &c. ................................
June 30, 1876, stationery ........................................

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E. M. Whitaker:
May 4, 1876, stationery
June 30, 1876, stationery....

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108 05

J. D. B. Little:
December 3, 1875, bill-holders......

C. E. Meyer:
February 4, 1876, ink.........

Gibson Bros. :
May 16, 1876, blanks ..........

Mrs. S. E. Thompson:
May 18, 1876, bill-bolders...........

George F. Nesbitt & Co. :
June 24, 1876, stationery.....

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L. William Guipand:
November 8, 1875, 9052% tons of coal.......

......... $5, 841 75 January 15, 1876, wood and coal..

114 79 February 23, 1876, 1 cord of wood and 7 tons of coal.

63 50 April 5, 1876, 64 cords of wood and 5 tons of coal............

76 15 June 26, 1876, 3 cords of wood .....

13 89 June 30, 1876, 5 cords of wood

26 25

- $6, 136 33 Henry Edwards : July 12, 1875, moving fuol.

William Davis :
July 12, 1875, moving fuel.....

H. Sparrow:
November 4, 1875, stowing coal.

William Chase and Lewis Myers :
November 6, 1875, stowing coal ......

A. Warren, J. Price, S. Bowen, J. Allen, J. Richardson, and S. Kramer: November 8, 1875, stowing coal and wood........

Thomas Summers :
November 9, 1875, stowing coal ...

William Wood :
January 7, 1876, stowing wood..........

D. Carter:
February 19, 1876, stowing wood and coal......

T. Loups :
April 3, 1876, stowing wood and coal.........

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GAS.

Wasbington Gas-Light Company:
October 29, 1875, gas consumed in July, August, and September..$1,077 50
November 30, 1875, gas consumed in October....

166 00 December 16, 1875, gas consumed in November..

290 75 January 31, 1876, gas consumed in December and January..

895 50 March 3, 1876, gas consumed in February........

394 00 April 1, 1876, gas consumed in March...

378 75 May 2, 1876, gas consumed in April...

347 75 June 3, 1876, gas consumed in May.....

236 03 June 30, 1876, gas consumed in June ...

172 35

- $3, 958 63 W. H. Bailey: January 31, 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning,

and repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for January. 90 00 March 3, 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, and repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for February..

90 00 April 1, 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, and

repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for March..... 90 00 May 1, 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, and

repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for April...... June 3, 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, and

repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for May........ 87 00 Jane 30 1876, furnishing gas, lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, and repairing 32 lamps outside and around building, for June....... 87 00

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PLUMBING AND GAS-FIXTURES.
B. J. Dorsey:
November 22, 1875, gas-burners ...
November 27, 1875, gas-burners ...

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E. Z. Steever:
December 3, 1875, plumling ......

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