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Ledger C Folio 387 Middlebrook Va, March 14 1889

Mr. J. B. Bailey

Bought of D. B. ENGLEMAN, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cotton Yarns, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, AND ALL ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT IN A GOOD COUNTRY STORE. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE.

1888

Dec 29; To; 1 Plus Tab 8 (31) oz 41 "Chickens 246/6 Cash 120; [Dr.] 8; [CR.]3.66 Dec 31; To; 1 gal Oil 15 2 pairs Boots for 5.00 1 Pair Overalls 90; [DR] 6.05 1889 Jan 9; B; 66 1/4" Pigs 331/5 To 1" Pepper 25 1"Soda 7 1 Gal Oil 15; {DR.] 47; [CR.]3.31 Jan 9; To; 1 Pair Suspenders 25 1 Blank Book 20 1 Stamp 1; [CR.] 46 Jan 23; To; 1 Pair Boots 325 Tab 10 1 Almanac 8; [DR.] 3.43 Mch 14; B; Cash 200; [CR.] 2.00 Balance; [CR.] 1.52 1889; [DR.] $10.49; [CR.] $10.49 March 14; To; Balance; [DR.] $1.52 Balance due; [DR.] $1.43