War of the Rebellion: Serial 088 Page 1152 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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remain for the months of May and June, unless in the interval it should be deemed necessary to modify them. The following prices are to be the maximum rates to be paid for the articles impressed in all cities and the usual places of sale, and when impressed on farms or elsewhere the same prices are to be paid. Under existing circumstances we deem it not only just, but most likely to favor increased production, that producers in future should not be required to transport their surplus productions when impressed, but that the agents of the Government should employ or impress the neighborhood or county wagons and teams to gaul all such articles, and so divide the work between the owners of wagons and teams as to bes least prejudicial to those successfully engaged in

agriculture.

SCHEDULE A.

Article. Quality. Description Quantity. Price.

Wheat Prime White or Per bushel $5,00

red of 60

pounds.

Flour Good, fine ---- Per barrel 22,00

of 196

pounds.

Do Good, ---- ...do... 25,00

superfine

Do Good, extra ---- ...do... 26,00

superfine

Do Good, ---- ...do... 28,00

family

Corn Prime White or Per 4,00

yellow bushel, 56

pounds.

Unshelled ...do... ...do... ...do... 3,95

corn

Corn meal Good ---- Per 4,20

bushel, 50

pounds

Rye Prime ---- Per 3,20

bushel, 56

pounds

Cleaned oats ...do... ---- Per 2,50

bushel, 32

pounds

Wheat bran Good ---- Per 50

bushel, 17

pounds

Shorts ...do... ---- Per 70

bushel, 22

pounds

Brown stuff ...do... ---- Per 90

bushel, 28

pounds

Ship stuff ...do... ---- Per 1,40

bushel, 37

pounds

Bacon ...do... Hog round Per pound, 3,00

net weight

Pork, salt ...do... ---- Per pound 2,60

Pork, fresh Fat and ---- ---- 2,25

good

Lard Good ---- ---- 3,00

Horses and First class Artillery, Average 500,00

mules &c. price per

head

Wool Fair or Washed Per pounds 3,00

merino

Do ...do... Unwashed ...do... 2,00

Pease Good ---- Per bushel 12,00

Beans ---- ---- ...do... 12,00

Potatoes ---- Irish ...do... 5,00

Do ---- Sweet ...do... 8,00

Onions ---- ---- ...do... 5,00

Dried ---- Pealed ...do... 8,00

peaches

Do ---- Unpealed ...do... 4,00

Dried apples ---- Pealed ...do... 5,00

Hay, baled ---- Timothy or Per 100 3,90

clover pounds

Do ---- Orchard or ...do... 3,90

herd grass

Hay, unbaled ---- ---- ...do... 3,00

Sheaf oats, ---- ---- ...do... 4,40

baled

Sheaf oats, ---- ---- ...do... 3,50

unbaled

Blade ---- ---- ...do... 3,90

fodder,

baled

Blade ---- ---- ...do... 3,00

fodder,

unbaled

Shucks, ---- ---- ...do... 2,60

baled

Shucks, ---- ---- ...do... 1,70

unbaled

Wheat straw, ---- ---- ...do... 2,20

baled

Wheat straw, ---- ---- ...do... 1,30

unbaled

Pasturage ---- Interior Per head 3,00

per month

Do Superior ...do... ...do... 4,00

Do First-rate ...do... ...do... 5,00

Do Good Near ...do... 5,00

cities

Do Superior ...do... ...do... 6,00

Do First-rate ...do... ...do... 7,00

Salt Good ---- Per bushel 5,00

of 50

pounds

Soap ...do... ---- Per pound 2,00

Candles ...do... Tallow ...do... 3,00

Vinegar ...do... Cider Per gallon 3,00

Whisky ...do... Trade ...do... 15,00

Sugar ...do... Brown Per pound 6,00

Molasses ...do... New Per gallon 25,00

Orleans

Rice ...do... ---- Per pound 1,00

Coffee ...do... Rio ...do... 8,00

Tea ...do... Trade Per gallon 15,00

Vinegar ...do... Manufactured Per ton 1,00

Pig-iron ...do... No. 1 ...do... 350,00

quality

Do ...do... No. 2 ...do... 314,00

quality

Do ...do... No. 3 ...do... 278,00

quality

Bloom iron ...do... ---- ...do... 716,00

Smith's iron ...do... Round, ...do... 1030,00

plate, or

bar.

Railroad ...do... ---- ...do... 425,00

iron