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III. GEORGIA.

SCHEDULE No. 1. - Maximum prices fixed by the commissioners for the State for Georgia for produce and army supplies delivered at the usual shipping-points on the following-named railroads, to continue if force until the 15th of June, 1863.

Article Quality Descrip- Quantity. Macon and Muscogee,

s. . tion. Western, A. Central,

& W. P., Savannah,

Augusta and Albany and

Savannah, Gulf,

Western and South-

Atlantic, western

Rome, Ga., and its

and the branches.

Georgia

Railroad

and its

branches.

Wheat Prime White Per . . . . . .

bushel of

60 pounds

Flour Good Super- Per $35. 00 $40. 00

fine barrel of

196

pounds

Do. . . . . Less Per sack 17. 50 20. 00

Do. . cost of 98

sacks pounds

Corn Prime Shelled Per 2. 25 1. 50

bushel of

56 pounds

Do. . . . Unshe- Per 2. 10 1. 40

Do. . lled bushel of

70 pounds

Corn- Good . . . Per 2. 40 1. 60

meal bushel of

48 pounds

Hogs Fair Net per 30. 00 30. 00

hundred

Do. . . . Gross . . Do. 20. 00 20. 00

Do. . .

Bacon Good Sides Per pound . 85 . 85

Do. . . . Hams . . Do. . 80 . 80

Do. . .

Do. . . . Shoulder . . Do. . 75 . 75

Do. . s .

Do. . . . Jowls . . Do. . 30 . 30

Do. . .

Pork . . Salt . . Do. . 60 . 60

Do. . .

Lard . . . . . . . Do. . 75 . 75

Do. . .

Beef fair Fresh, . . Do. . 25 . 18

net .

Do. . Good Salt or . . Do. . . . . . .

corned .

Do. . . . Dried . . Do. . 50 . 40

Do. . .

Do. . . . Gross . . Do. . 18 . 12

Do. . .

Peas . . . . . Per 2. 25 1. 50

Do. . bushel of

60 pounds

Beans . . . . . . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . .

Potatoe . . Irish . . Do. . . . . . .

s Do. . .

Do. . . . Sweet . . Do. 2. 60 1. 50

Do. . .

Onions . . . . . . . Do. 2. 50 2. 50

Do. . .

Peaches . . Dried, Per 6. 00 6. 00

Do. . peeled bushel of

38 pounds

Do. . . . Dried, . . Do. 4. 00 4. 00

Do. . unfelled .

Apples . . Dried Per 4. 00 4. 00

Do. . bushel of

28 pounds

Hay . . Baled per 100 . . . . . .

Do. . pounds

Do. . . . Unbaled . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . .

Clover . . Baled . . Do. . . . . . .

or Do. . .

timothy

Do. . . . [Un]bale . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . d .

Sheaf . . [Baled] . . Do. . . . . . .

oats Do. . .

Do. . . . Unbaled . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . .

Blade . . Baled . . Do. 2. 50 2. 00

fodder Do. . .

Do. . . . Unbaled . . Do. 1. 50 1. 00

Do. . .

Sugar . . Brown Per pound . 75 . 75

Do. .

Molasse . . . . . Per 4. 50 4. 50

s Do. . gallon

Rice . . Old Per pound . 10 . 10

Do. .

Do. . . . New . . Do. . 12 . 12

Do. . .

Salt . . . . . . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . .

Tallow . . . . . . . Do. . 75 . 50

Do. . .

Whisky . . By Per . . . . . .

Do. . Govern- gallon

meant

contract

Do. . . . When . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . impre- .

ssed

Brandy . . Peach . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . . .

Do. . . . Apple . . Do. . . . . . .

Do. . .

We, the commissioners appointed in accordance with the provisions of the impressment act for the State of Georgia, after mature and careful deliberation, have agreed upon the foregoing tariff of prices, which we think fully meets the contemplation of the law in fixing be just compensation for the articles mentioned.

We need not add anything to the recent patriotic address of our most excellent President as to the duty of producers in this crisis. Blind, indeed, must be the judgment and cold the patriotism that will not rally to the support of an Army whose glorious triumphs have shed such undying luster upon our national history. Standing as it does a wall of brass between us and our malignant foes, shall it feel the pinching of hunger when our granaries are filled to overflowing and our

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