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; County Democratic Ticket.
li-da HOUSE OPi REPRESENTATIVES,
J, 8. McCUBBlNSa.
j ; IFOR RBOWTEIlOr DEEM,
' i.ruti. N.-WOODSON.
. FOB THHASVKbK, '
I FOR CORONJEk,
D. A. XtW-ELL.
Cotton is coming in lively.
h k. Atwell seljs eight tons of shot
: jK year.
h' f' -' . -'-'1 ' -. ir.n ' .
u.ii at iinroniiT a nun. r nniv
.V gee Victor Wallace's ad. Also M. 8.
fcqtol. Bluraenthal & Bro. for good
wa cheap goodst J Buis building.
(an. Olias. MStcadman will speak at
VploHev'i Hall oh the ought of the 17th.
JsafMhiry was well represented at the
&ir st Concord Tuesday and Wednesday..
li prist and feed mill has been added
.to'the plant of the Salisbury Brick com-'
f - :
llqn. Lee S. Overman is billed to speak
atf Oxford Ford,! Catawba county, on
Oct.27tlu. : " '
! Xftfr?. II. B. Williams, of Charlotte,' is
; .r yilittngiher son, Mr. H. C. Williams, in
! this place. ' :'' ' 1
iny one can beat our merchants in
f lolrprices, we would like; to know where;
tiyihold forth., jl .'.':" j
wHiph Point and Statesville are nego
. t'uiting for electric lights Shall Salis
fcilry be outstrideu?
Jnijwin a splendid condition... How long
IwilUhey thus remain?
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; If rumor is to bo credited, the marriage
bls'will be heard many times ere this
itaXmas. ljpld your own, young men.
Mr. atrl Mrs. Richar l Henderson left
fMtnlay night i for Baltimore, Md., where
Af. llenlerson vill be stationed for a
a - :
-i l .
Y learn the R. & D. R. R. has ar
xigsr to place ;air brakes on their J
1 freight trains. This is a good move in
O th right direction-. 1 - : j
' Wfrc will be a Sunday school celebra-f
tiii at St. Matthew churchy Rev. H. A.!
iTmler, pastor, on the third Saturday
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'. The Salisbury, Cotton Mills is now
verging on completion, and it Jt expectetl
; uagainly appearance. Why not have it
three or four stories high ? i
-fhftr Cleveland,! Fowle k Henderson
($li of Cleveland 1 has invited Mr. Ed.
Korris, of Davie county, to address them
o Saiurday night of this week.
! fTnej telegraph office in this city has
been iiade a transfer or second class of-
to take effect j November 1st.
Money. will be transferred at reduced
iPersons who have cotton for sale will
CO well tolook for the. a IvertUeinc ut of
Ra& McCubbins. They buy cotton
tt sheeting, burlaps or any. strong
JYe 0Ille Folkes Concerte and Gort ou'a
aihstjrels sink into insignificance beside
li rformances Uoi oh at Van Wyck
feSchultz's. Read their programme in
bother Column. !' j
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jII ja- Z. B. Vance, J. 8. Henderson and
others will Address the people of Cataw
:"K4djoinlhg; counties at Newton
of Saturday, NovembeJ the 3d.. Bow?
U especially invited
Everybody should turn out and attend
public speaking and basket picnic at
iocDville, a week from to-morrow.
atipn and Gleni are both good speak-
and you will n ever, regret having
Hard them. -
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I?. Foust sen Lyestc relay to the yellow
:fe sufferers 8360, which was raised
H the young JadiSes at (their old folks'
cert. He alscl sent f2i.50 a few days
Whicli had hn kindMl tn him hv
' dyrereiit rl- .uL
- Vf notice araoag the contributions to
e Democratic National Committee, one
rMbemare;. c.4 l, and a note saying:
tOr Use in ltK rtarvml. ' Mnnutmi
ffry I cannot ticlp ykm
My; make; it $00 if ft
could, but my
negroTwho was arrested here for
a satchel and who was thought
Ilenrv Diml-in uhn kniV toil in
jMesboro and shot Mr. Craige and Mr.
'waison, proved not to be .Henry, be
ourid over all the same to appear
?0llr iext term of Court. Failing to give
We was placed in fail.
Reports from all parts 'of the State
T at the Republicans have not for
gwen their old time methods of conduct
. 8 a epaigV, If anything they are
".Mr ivi. v. v
f wide-aVake than in jny former
W'tnioi A mhori taijc, The
eRln weeT; hjui Infnegrohojr- rocikUcclob of Providence towjiship
;?-toeakre la bed as leepf Was next called to order- by Uhe presi-
tot6011166) veent.8rA. Earohart, Esq, X numW
jgt clqb at.this
.AJwtUr oorth-ea&t etorm" of rain auo!
irind; roke upon. ru this rmorainr.
It Is all rizhtrw doubt-flie virv till it cr
it in that light. It is probably verv
damaging to the Concord Fair, and right
fnt mto pkking,;. Jt will haVQ
bips grow, fill Urt miir ponds, JaudJ do
other good not easily seen by short-sighted
mortals. . V-t -' 5: -
The aweet potato crop this year is gen
erally very good. Our thanks are dne
Mr. James H. McKenzie for a sample of
hU crop,which is very flue. Mr. Mc
Keuzie is ono of our most promising
farmers of Locke township, but morn
I generally known as a popular Deputy
Sheriff, lie is a rising man intheconnty
and bids fair to become oue of her most
, iiTf 01de ?olkeConcerti. ,
The old folks concert, given at Mero
ney'a Hall last Tuesday night, in aid of
the yellow fever sufferers, was pro
nounced by all to be a complete success
Th costumes ofye olde folkes were rich,
likewise ye singing: We heard one of
onr ministers say, in speaking of it, that
he laughed a cold away, , and no doubt
y pajing his twenty -a ye cents he saved
a doctor's bill, and besides had the satis
faction of getting the worth of tiis money
and aiding a good cause. ''-
Th Damocratie candidate for the Sen
te,n,tcu J Rowan county friends
by jSMrpriae; They knew he was a highly
respected citizen of Davie county, and
thai he was entirely worthy of their sup
port for the Senate ; but they did not
know his ability as a debater. They
did not know thai like-Mr? 'Saaderlin,
he was ,a "whole team" on the stump.
When he rises to speak to the people he
is sure to have something worth hearing,
and he is able to tell it in a manuer at
once both pleasing and convincing. Gj
to hear him by all means. , :
LIST OF LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Salisbury, for the week ending
Oct. 6, 1888.
Gus Christian, Joe Cogg, Henry Cocoa-
nut Co., C Carter, Julia Campbell, J.D
Erwing, James Freeman, Hugh A Gimc,
Mary Hyde, Eddie-Harris, Abe McCon
noha, M G Mclntyre, John Martin, Wil
son Kesler, Cal Parker, Mr Kelly, Silas
Smith, Oscar Schroder, John Tolor, 11
Walker, J W Whitted.
Please soy " Advertised," when the
above letters are called for.
A. H. BOYDEX, PT M.
The Concord Fair promises to be quite
a success. lhe exhibits are verv irood.
but rather small, the ladies' department
being the fullest and consisting of the
utual number of crazy spreads, pincush
ions, Ac. The track is a very good one,
but it seemed to us that the directors had
spent too much money on making a
track and a good stand and too little for
exhibition buildings and or agricultural
fairground. On Tuesday and Wednes
day Salisbury tackled Concord in a base
ball match, which resulted on Tuesday
iu a score of 7 jto 14 in favor of Concord,
and on Wednesday iu score of 4 to 2 in
favor of Salisbury.
What might have resulted in a very
aarious accident happened, last Tuesday
night on the corner of Main and Fisher
streets. ; Mr. O. B. Van Wyck aud Mr.
WT H. Overman, Jr., jvere standing ou
the corner and Mr. Overman asked Mr.
Van Wyck for his pistol. Mr. Van Wyck
took it out of his pocket and in some
way it was discharged. Mr. Overman
fell to the ground and as. soou as assist
ance arrived he was carried to the Boy
den House, where the doctors (Messrs.
Whitehead,- fiummerell and Campbell)
found that the bullet had stiuck Mr, Over
man on the left side of the head, glancing
off and inflicting a painful, wound but
not a dangerous one.
Mr. Van Wyck surrendered himself
t a magistrate, who released him on his
reeoguizauce until morning, wheu, as a
matter of form, he irave bond for his
appearance at the next Court. Mr
Van W vck and Mr. Overman were, and
lways have been, the best of friends.
Mr. J A. Re id is building a newresi-
dence, n ovri v nearly completed,!, and l
which will be a credit to the neighbor
Protracted meetings begins at Trading
Ford Baptist' church, on next Sunday
night. Rev. Henry Sheets, of Lex
ington, is expected t assist Rev. J. F.
Tuttle in the meeting.
.. The fanners are very " busy now -plck-ingcotton,
gathering corn, -and sowing
wheat. The cotton in thi section will
not aveaage jauch mora than a half crop,
and the freshets a few wr eks . hg'o dim
aged a great deal of corn, along the river
and creeks. , J f -; j 5
' The speaking at Trading Ford Acad
emy, on last Friday ninght was well at
tended. Col F. E. Shober, delivered an
eloquent and instructive address to the
democrats -to arouse ; thetaseK es t and
rally to the spoils, and vote the demo
cratic tickeL. Hon. Theo. F. Klutslso
csade a very eloquent agd able addres
upon the Importance pf democrats wak
ing up and going tojtbo ppllsnd vote
rvrntlf tlVt. TToti. a. ri . Clem-
ft waa -ex --iied for and responded to
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wt r f s larr7- " r
On ouVTecetrt trip toHhdYlellowstone I
Hod.' 8iU Coek'ritl.'Col. John G. Fletch- i
er. Dr. Murrill, Thomas V SteeU Aspo,
all of Little Kock, rk . VulLr r U iStoele
and myself from North Carolina. Dur
ing the trip Judge Corkrill now Chief
Justice of the Supreme Cour J of Arkan
sas, asks us, if we were adquainted in
Salisbury N. C, the ansveraffirmative
ly, and he told us the following:
He said that he wasin Salisbury N. C.
on the 12th day of April, 1865, that he
was then about seventeenyears old, and
belon-jed to Marshall's Battery of. John
son' Battalion of Confederate Artillery.
They had repulsed Stoneman T.Caval
ry at some point on t eieek libout 1 J
miles from the town. feaein that were
about to be flanked by the'Cavatry, they
fell back into the town and placed their
guns in position rto defend tue jtown.
Moneman captured the-townii The
NaTjdnaTPark 4n Wyoming Territorv.Ht4
CalifbrniW; Oregon &rr the? parlies visltHav6 J
in thiCiYAllmvtnnn Vntinnnl P:i-fc: upri I Wave
Judge says: "On the monunjf pf the College nowj and a number more are ex
capturea lady came from a house in pected soon. Though Rowan is repre
SalUbury, before Stoneman had reached sented in every classy-one Senior, one
the town, and offered her services to aid
ln manning the guns of Marshall's Bat-
tery for the defence of thetowu; Stating pnue in ine in iiie college wnicn sne
that she had seen a good deal of artillery has so nobly helped. Aliowan bene
practice, and was somewhat familiar with factor left Davidson College hundreds of
the duties required, that she could at thousands of dollars. In Rowan the
leastcarry ammuni;ijnfromthecaison to largest scholarships have been raised.
the piece. Her conduct wa$ much ad-
mireel and talked of by Marshall's men,
but heT: services were declined. The
section of the Battery to which I was at- the new student, who, If not wild . be
tached; was out on the banks of the fore coming hither, will hardly leave
creek 14 miles N. E. of the town, (as I
recollect it,) engaging Gen. Stoneman's
forces at the time of the act of female he-
rolsm, and our guns were booming, and
the enemy momentarily expected in the a wen conauciea x . 51. . A. aounaant
town at the time. I was not a witness ly furnishes! us with religious literature
of XhAAcVbut heard it talked of within and superintends prayer-meeting, held
an hour after the event' This acV of He-
roiiiefcfffV5hmbO-ff1 scribed so dCefiin
Rowan'lft4riauite IhaC time would (
never defaceiu" Who was she? :
fc ? Truly-Yours.
f - - - .. ' KOBEKT STEELE.
Rockingham. N. C. Sept. 18, 1888.
m. ! .,. . , ' '" Jk A.
xue puoiicauon o!, me .uove-j? "Jed with the library is our readinir-room
best possible means of ascertuig who the-
ladyreferred to was. lit is to be regretted
that many brave deeds of oucrConfeder-
ie warn aunng uieirynig umes 01 1
ate war are lost. w e nave not oeen
-' i m m . . - i 1
able to obtain any clew leading to the
discovery of the patriotic lady in this
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lufctuucc, uUl trusv; n.av .j..u.ucui
may yet linger in iuc memory 01 some 1
one who may read the above letter and Besides our corps of seven able pro
do her justice to make her name known. Jhe the- school f. medicine.
diagram accompauies the above let- !
ter, designed to point out the house on
Innis street from which the lady came
out: and if we understand it correetlvJ
t i.. . :,i . ..l
llocrop Itiimnlft s resirfpnca was the nlae. I
, . rfJ,
r 7 1
though he nor any of his family can give
any information on the subject.
Philadelphia, 5ct, 6, 1888.
Mr. Editor v-t-As my surronndiugs are
such as I think will enable me to frive
you items of interest to your readers, I
will state that a marked improvement is
eoing on even in this old citv. One who
reads of the wealth and beauty of so old
a city, almost unconsciously couchides-
that no improvement is needed, that
everything is done that owners might
need or observers fxvney. Buildings that
cost thousands are being removed and
others put in their stead at an expense of
John Wannamaker is the merchant of
this city. Recently he made a present
of 109,000 to his employees. His one
store is 500x300 rcet. I'll not attempt a
description, suffice it to say, "If a young
farmer nas money 10 pay ior an ne
needs, he can stock bis iarm with imple-
ments, and furnish his house with every-
thing neeaeu anu inousanas oi tnings
n i art nAl Arl nil v v m VT n A tM n W
uvjv ncviv-vi, nti uum uuiiimmuMi o vut
Senator McMillan, of Tennessee, spoke
at the Democratic ratification meeting
last night. Order prevailed, but great
enthusiasm was manifested. A Pennsvl
vani.v Democrat came into my room after
the meetintr. ana amons other tilings
said, 4tThe whole manasrement of the
late war on -the part of the .aorth, was
shame to the nation; ecause it was eon -
ducted on partisan principles in favor of
the llepublican party as ;shown tn the
refusal to furnish McClellan men and
supiHies durinff his Peninsular Campaign,
You see," said he, "McClellan was a
Democrat." Democrats. seem quite sure
that victory wUl perch upon their ban-
ner in November.
Thc Republicans paraded the city 011
the night of the dOth, ult. About .J0,000
black and white were out. , esv; black
and white, and to save my life, I couldn t
ten wnicii was 111 iront. aoutnern ite
uublicans mav sav this or that about
social equality, but -the raveu has surely
lit i:i some places in this States white
and black children in the same school.
How long before she will fold her dusky
winss iu .North Carolina? .No oue
knows but a handsome Democratic ma-
iority in November will have much to do
with driving her further ana sun turtner
iruiu iuc omic lute me uiuic x
aud hear the more fully I am convinced
that Republican success means central-
izatioh, with a few leaders hovering
around the capitol, sappingthe national
treasury, and the Kreat masses ekeing
out a miserable existence in poverty and
A visit to the liHigham House a few
nights ago brought'rae face to face With
sey andTeter Beard, all well known in
. On Sept. iPJth Trof. S. W. Gross re
moved the right breast of Mrs. for
tumor. Should there be a recurrence,
another operation will be performed at
once. In this way comparative comfort
and an extension of life arc often anbrd
ed these unfortunate women. Some
times, however, an examination of the
axillary glands teaches the surgeon that
aiLoperatiou is useless; then it is that
jhe truly 0 located eurgoon Stands pre
eminently above the mere operator.
C. W. Corriher.
Mauy Senators are much disti rbe 1 by
the suppression of the colored vote down
South. Their attention is called to a
risA inst reported from Indianapolis, the
home of the Republican candidate for
Trcsident. The head of a prominent
manufactunug concern there, according
. . . . . m m i 1
a.rno in vHtl.al CVmnntllV XV M M f MA
firm. According to the discharged em
nlbvee. the irentleman continued: I am
going to make a desperate e7ort this
campaign, and I am beginning this way.
If llarrisou and Mortou are elected 1
may forgive some of the boys, but if they
aie not I will discharge every Democrat
in inv works." v This sort of thing, if the
report be true, should be joined with any
i investigation of Southern outrages.
DAVmsoCk-tJiajt ClT Oct. 18. 1SSS.
. iIcAjawjre w -thaiileR-
xaersan js, going nacK to uongress, we
had some killing' frosts. - -Toe cold
which reached Florida, has i work-
nobly in plucking! victim from the
very Jaws of the loathsome fever plague.
Just o, waves of Democratic , euthus-
insm are sweeping over uie ana snaicn
iug' meti'frbm1 tne dangerous1 toils of
"High Tariff" (High Taxesr and High
Prieea") and "Kegro Role" principle. rr
Hunah for Cleveland, Timrman,
Fowle and, Dr. Shearer!! That's the
way' the majority of the Da vidsop 'Col
lege' bdvs say it. vThough' four or five of
the btudents who hold unfortunate polit
ical views, otherwise sensible fellows, re
fuse to cheer for Cleveland, Tburman
and Fowle; when the name of that gen
ial, communicative, learned disciplinar
ian, busiuess-like instructor, our" new
president is mentiuuei!J4l! " political dif
ferences are forgotten, and a common'
benediction ase. nds from every heart.
lucre are thirty-seven new men. in
Junior, one Sophomore, and two resh-
men she should take a still greater
iu npan irom tnisaua more lotne point,
the High moral tone of the students
inrows a most neauniui mnuence aooui
wiiu. l ne village ts tiee irom the temp-
tatious of the glass, of gambling, etc., i
no billard table, no Siiloon tempts the
unwary youth here. Iu the contrary,
three Unit s a week, and has the manage-
ment or two mission &u uday schools.
Two of the most wide awake .and best
(conducted lifcrary'sowefieV in the ftouth
are right zealously mamtaiued by the
siuuems. our iiorury couiajning more
than 10,000 well-selected volume would
reflect credit on any College, Connect-
furnished with the leading political,
literary, and scientific newspapein and
m"es 01 tne uay: its taDie holds
y Worlj x y .Tribune. Louisville Courier
Journal, Charleston New and Courier, At-
lanta Constitution, Charlotte Chronicle,
tine -tOTgncaa. yviso me stuaem s eait a
monthly which ranks high among college
fords us two additional professors a
worthy addition too.
lhe cotton tactory in the course of
ereciiou near ilea: win now ue n oper-
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at ian tnr enmf wt vpt. - r-
The town officers are giving the side
.w. - .- -
walks a material improvement thick
durable plank will henceforth enable us
to "defy the mud in many places where
had been unable, heretofore, to avoid
it. feuccess to your paper: May it add
largely to the majority to be polled for
weveianu, inurman, rowie, noil ana
B. S. J.
Our Faithful President
Mr. Cleveland being the candidate of
one party for re-election is the object of
unceasing assault from the other.
Not a candidate for re-election, . this
party wouia oe praisea mm, ana drawing
ma . -
contrasts unfavorable aud damaaina to
whoever should have been the nomiuee
0f the democratic nartv
And had Mr. ClevelaiidMied in office be
forehis rc-nomidation,all political parties
ju the world would have united in pay
nSr common tribute to his virtues, aud a
united sentiment would have aonroved
aud praised, to the highest degree, his
I I ? A. A.1 .fit.. A.. ! - - & 1
aaiuiuisirdiiun oi tue auuirs oi luecouu-
Uich is the obscuration of party zeal
the blind prejudice of partisanship, and
the unfortunately insincere and untruth
ful feature of our American politics.
Evervbodv in the United states of
reading intelligence knows very wcl
that the administration of Mr. Cleveland
has been the best andjmost successful and
last lial&uAU)U iLonileei
iLonileed -4b MMiUte
wants . . !
Every eye as iuw
and cverv mind in-
administration witKiu Keiie0 of t fie lie-
Peculation and extravagance have en-
tirely dissippear under the severe exac-
tionsofMr. Clevelaud. There are so
cmplovees of the government who are
not industriously performing their duty:
there are none who are paid for a service
thev are not performing; the business of
the people is promptly attended to: there
is a quiet response from Washington to
every just demand of the country, and no
abuse of the most trival sort is allowed
to exist in any of the bureaus of the gov
It is not a sentimental administration,
but one that attends strict lv to business.
1 The people of the country could not
i nave uiaceu a more laiiniui uuunu icr
Vant in chanre of their affairs; one with
higher appreciation of bis obligations
duties aud responsibilities; of broader
iudgment, or more dilligent statesman-
ship. Of honest determination, uncom
promising integrity 'and unflagging in
dustry, the world has never seen a more
faithful man at the head ot the affairs of
the people than this ; sturdy patriot and
mingt on Messenger, i
Mr. Owes II. BisHor (pupil of Dr. Marx,
Professor of Uusic at Berlin University, and
Monsieur Benetet of Paris) has come from
England and wttled close to Salisbury, and if
prepared to tune, regulate and repair Piano
fortes, Organs and Pipe Organ. Having bad
fifteen years' practical experience in England.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing tbeir musical
instrument carefully and- crgttUrlr atead4
to. may rely upon having thorough ana con
scientious work done if they will kindly favor
O. H. B. with their esteemed ratronace. L1t
ing near town, no traveling expenses will b
incurred and therefore the terms will be lowr
vix : $2.50 per pianoforte, if tuned occasional
ly, or $5 for three tuninea iit one yar. Please
I UUfcC b fcMSO wuiv
N. B. Schumann tays r It. la the falsest
economy to allow any pianoforte to remain un
tuned, as it ruins bith iostrnmcnt aad ear."
, STILI FOR SAIB. .
Mist Victoria Johnson's very desirable town
nronertv is still for (mW. I Call; oa the corner
of Fnlton and Krr Ft? J Y, Jofvaaa.
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uuraDle ; 1 cK-
jAreDiaraoiid Dytsl' They cxeersaotaers'
7 in StrcB.'IVity M Ftat Noot oXher
art jmk a godd.. Bwv of imhttipM tW
t arc m4e of beafj aad fatferior aiatetisfe aod.
gi ve jJmv, weak, drweky Mlon. 4 . i ;
' j 3 epletai'io eenta nduA S,J
W cofaywic rbt .. takit th tmmi -u PTli f
WELLS. BCMAMDSOM 4 CO KwrBagU. ft
Wtr GSUlmg r Brvuiac Faaey Atlkdm, CtZ
OmU, tOnri Brew, Cpfw. t Omlr m
J1T0. A. B0YDEII.
IWe are prepared to pay
7e kve a Fine lot of
We hareialso the Pure Home
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I 1CALL' WKE" USiBOYDEN-.;QUINNi
-CURES . PnOOFG
m tick kcMtecbM.' -
And Grand Opcanlng
the most tempting isplay;o!
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J F - FT - II 11 III, I
AND GENTS PURHISHIU Q QOODS
Ever offered in thia market.
of suits at 5.00, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50,; 15.
Tremendous stock of 1
Cyercoat of every Style and
AX Prices to Mult everyone.
My stock of Hats, UmDrellai, Trunks and Valiues is now
complete. The most gorgeous line of 3IenV and BoysV
Shoes ever opened here, at 1.25, 1.50, 2.00 k $2.50
The celebrated Douglas Shoe at $3.1Winter
HEAVY BOOTS' AT COST !
, Be sure and give me a calL
M. S. BBOWN.
RECEIVED A FULL
FOR WHEAT AND
'ii none better ihade than tjio&e we offer.
Our mottoLow Pricks avo East Teem.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES for COTTON, COTTON SEEDand ,
'" ,; ' -f - ; ;U , f -i.fi1t -v-r.if -ll'-. VI-,'". )U- It Ckl;T
1 m - tall 1
made BONE UEAIral $2.50 per .SacklMeiiteltTPijre,-
.n'-'ji;-1; i.: jinr iKnir;bcri aru4
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