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The Daily Dispatch: January 28, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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Prices to charge the Government. --At a planter's meeting in Perry, Houston co., Ala., on the 16th, the following prices were reported by the committee as equitable and just for provisions furnished by them to the Government for the army: Corn $3,00 per bushel, field peas $3,00 per bushel, wheat $5,00 per bushel. Sorghum. syrup $3,50 per gallon, stall fed beef 50 cents per lb., fat hogs, gross, 60 cts. per lb., nett pork 75 cts. per lb., bacon $1,25 per lb. Upon consideration of the report by the committee, it was adopted with the amendment that three (3) cents per mile per own be allowed for hauling over five (5) miles. At the same meeting $1,075 were subscribed by a few individuals for Gen. Morgan's command. --Houston county is all right.