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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

1 9 M u f m 9 18QL fTtecn Departments Commercia < nurses to S2i0 Alt udauce ue and Tirrlorles logue audre s H BLANTCN DNl Chancellor h > Pun Worth i > t to v ST LOUIS SEMINARY t School of high graue for i ki it Moodland ii 1 miles from tut comer of St Iouis Ip on > i Louis he heand yacliic Rnihvay falihy aniLr rejired jiriiii > inundiMu ic itanviLangiKiges I ijj u lil lUXitns have Any beey eilr > ECucCataloguf adaiv ss iWv T UiEWl1T LL cm Nt 8 Wholes Q lZSf sSg SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Norlli Texas Female College and VIRGINA MILITARY INSTITUTE liexington Va N 1 r tai > Miitary Seientiln and Teeh 1 1 U oroiiph t oure 111 eoiitru and nivtx > and 111 i n iuet mu i uii j of lAduato inA adeuiir 1 lurse c t > t Hiciieior oLSeienixand < i tiuiciLCooTses All expins i ul lnu cldeniaN proii < u i i < perjnoliiii ain avihaok for FJt Bfu siti ul i > n riT MjCJJT SHIIP uixnnlrndenL > fcK I iHT Woltlll GAZETTE nTcs superior advantages in every department SftA...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

stys FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Kusk Street FORT WORTH ThUJIS OF hUDbCRIPTIOX ET MATti IN ADVICE POSTACE PAID Dallj and Sunday one 1 ear 110 00 Bail aud bund i > six months fi W Holiday Wcdnesda and Friday W Ihe feundaj Gazftte 16 to 21 pages 1 yr 210 The Weekly Gazette U pages one > ear 1 00 By carrier in the city ana suburbs S cents a week or II per month INSTIUJCTION TO SUlISCniBEKS Give PostoSke Address in lull including County and state If address Is to be changed give old address u well as new Ijil Gaette will be ent only lor the time for which remittance is made 1OSTAGt Entered at the Ponoflcc in Fort tVotb Tex- as s > cuiid < iass Matter Ior the benefit of our patron who desire to nnd single iopIfK or THE LA7crr through the mail uegm herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Light and inlie paf paper 1 cent iteen and luentj lpe p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

73 < i I JsfiVfIMa V J V > v TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The Wiixaliacljle Dcnfocrat says rotton is imp in at the rate of forty bales per day he Decatur Xcws says Will Knight iii twentyseven bushels of wheat per f on hLs Vis3 county farm He sold tho- r ii at 75 cents per bushel ui N Palo Pinto Coistv Aug 23 of all kinds are turning out better was exacted Wheat is averaging vi only bushels per acre oats seventy ueutyfive Mr W W Johnson has imploted at one cutting at one of his i i field of ninety acres cutting W f Johnson grass and millet He is iing it mu other fields where he- n arl as much to the acre Hiiciii ox CorxTV Aug 95 i i suiTfiing for rain It is esti i prominent larmers that cotton iuud n been cut off fully if not more i nnt on account of drouth and Kaufman county Forneys two > kept busy now ginning forty to Ins p = r day Tlie cotton crop will ovr as it is a short one The i wiirms cut it short m i > i user CoiNtv Aug 23 t i > il > to date 4U bal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

6 RAIL OAID s LOCALTIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC ArrtTi eastboCNR Leave No 2 daily 7S3a m tC0pm No 4 daily 640pm No finally 520am No Sdaily 310pm 183 a ai No lOdaily JI035a m WESTBOUND TfOpm No 1 dally S30am No 3daily 805 am 0SOpm No 5 dally 1186am No daily i30pin No 9dally 435pm MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive KOirrnBOUKD Leave E40 a m No 2 dally 710p m No 4 dally SOCTUDOUNa lKSpm No 1 daily S 10 p m iliam No 3 dally Mineral Wells FORT WORTH AND DENVER Miles Decatur 34 Hunset 59 Jlellevue 79 Henrietta 95 Wichita Falls 114 Jowa Park Heaver 140 Hariold 147 A ernon 163 Quanah 191 700 a m 7a0 p m 805 am TRANSCONTINENTAL krriye NOivnmoUND Leave NoT2dally 845 am No34dally 325am Eournnonsu 705 p m No 31 daily 314ipm No33daily Texas and Pacillc trains Nos 5and 6only stop it Texarkana T a Junction Atlanta Jeffer ion Marshall Longview Junction Dig Sandy Mineola Wills Point Tcrrcli East Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave D30p m Na 1 daily No 2dally 833am 310a m No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

ore JJoth the r Snip of Figs is 4ml refreshing to the pDiv jet promptly j vr aud Bowels j effectually Ci and fevers r itipation Sjru Dly remedj of its Wd pleasing to th iptable to the 8101030 g action and truly fffp prepared pn iby and ia T excelleu to all and have mal iar remedy know Tr Of udJ SI bo j v n t h 11 pro v i a t < try J > httrsha wiu eaild sM i tptensiehad l tn gg on1 Ml clea els lid ding drug uggist who suits when is pleasant te and acts e Kidneys a the Bye s head s habitual igs is the ever pro aste and ac prompt in cial in its the most tances its commend it it the most sale in 50c will pro pJlfmUfIG SYRUP CO iffmrxtsco cal- m kh uzvi ycrx rr the Fort V orth Gazette OR EM ne who pt any REMEDY FREE Banhood rrtltirti rirtirabtgrl IhxTSJ fc > uu < lairlawtiror SwllfgIidi > sCLi Vrj a Jo miMWIMi HlPRteiujuuSMW ltisalUUfc anUlutiWtfire Jdlfsi B oats ex pKsiii1 Ki Ae V urtw w1iVi fTe THE OLD DOCTGRSt j LADIES FAifORITEX f iVArt JSEIXlAE ind pWectly SATE The 1 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 29 August 1891

I 8 A Ministers Cure A mhsi eii and nis mat bot cuiied of OB TIXATF SKIN DISEASES I1T WIE CUTICUH V KEMEIIIKS PltAISES THEM IN THE IT3LPIT HOME AND IN THE STREET Cured by Guticura Forabout thirteen years I ha e been troubled irith ecrema or otne other cutaneous disease which all remedied failed to cure Hearing of the CrJTicuiiA Remedies I resolved to give them a trial I followed the directions care- fully and it affords me much pleasure to say that before wiRR two boies of the CUTICcnA four cakes of Cuticuiia Soap and one bottlo cf Cuticciia Hesoiven I was entirely cured In addition to my on n case my baby boy then about fH e months old was suffering with what I supposed to be the same disease as mine to such an extent that his head was coated over with a olid scab from which there was a con- stant fcw of pus which was sidBening to look upon bmides two large tumormke kernels on the bacVW his head ThankJIo your wonder- ful Cutic A IJkmedils lilncalp is perfectly well and 1 kernels ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

J T Cla Dcpo 4 Hove S W olltc e r y TO BE HOSPIT i to 3 E J03KTE Successor to B C Evans Co Vf i g pH PvCC3 E y XJ3 CA3ST9 SUCCESSOR TO B O EVANS CO As Usual We Lead 9 > EAELY FALL GOODS ON DISPLAY Elegant Novelties in PlaidStripes Corded and Plain Dress Goods in all qualities and at positively onethird less than elsewhere We are agents for Priestlys And can show you a line of silks and dress goods sd antf paled and never sur- passed and at prices 30 per centjgw4n any house in the state ft AND PARAGON SILK MILLS And have just received an entire new line of suede and dressed kid in all qualities and prices New fall goods for every department arriving daily We know the wants of the people and shall give you an assortment second to none in the state and at the very lowest prices It shall be our aim to have an establishment firstclass in every particular and one thai the Fort Worth public will be proud of and appreciate Lcely Chiffon Lace at 39c ami 19c a yard worth 1 and i i > a y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

LADIES DEPART EDITKD BT 31US St It WALTON Pcmjsnrus Kotice All communications Intended for this department should be addressed to ME3 M It Waltos Fort Worth Tex 31Y SWEKTHEAItr Im In love with a fair little maiden With her eye with her lip3 with her hands With her dozens of dear little dimples And although shes petite On her sweet little feet Tis a wonder to me how she stands And ahe lores me this dear little maiden And her hands and her eyes and her lips And her dimples all giving me welcome In a sweet artless way Havo their say every day As to meet me she lovingly trips Will she wed me this sweet little maiden Bless you no That she never will do Bat when I have told you the reuson 1 havnt a fear Twill appear to you queer Tor Im thirty while shcs only two ALLEN W IlIOELOW IN BPIEr Zvneteenih century women are perhaps more universally ambitious than in any pa3t era of the worlds history Their am- bition however too often borders more upon a desire to win notoriety than to gain a fam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

VOwg A PETTICOAT RACE Some Funny Chilian Charac- teristics KNOW HOW TO BE HOSPITABLE rjow the Ruling Class Deport Themselves In a Kotos Hovel Like the French Tlier Kill You With Politeness Special correspondence ot the Gazette NOEiCiox Chili Aug lL The u anger to this remote corner of creation > r to imagine that the Chilians area t i ibarbarou > nation wretchedly clad if in at all with little refinement and less r i atioa superstitious cruel and blood rs When first arrived here aston- ished by the magnificence of los Ricos ir wealthy class who though numeri i v frw yet rule both church and state i > splcididasas and numerous schools a places of amusement their costly liv lLfl and stylish dressing and dazzling t pav of jewels and their grace f aud generous hospitality he jumps it the conclusion that his previous iinpres ii were absolutely and entirely erron r But as time goes on and he learns w rhe common people who mako up > u k of the population live and move 0 have th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT J T STE EDITOR PntsnFit Xotice All communications Intended Tor this department should he addressed to Prof J P b telle Fort Worth Tex PEAcn ccircmi for texas Texas has a grand future before her as a peach country undoubtedly but as stated by us on former occasions she must find It in strictly Texas varieties of the peach Varieties introduced from other sections will prove failures as a rule therefore Texans must settle down to the peach of thoir fathers and turn a cold shoulder on the niconamed varieties originated in dis- tant regions and presenting such an at- tractive appearanco in the picture book3 of nurserymen The sooner our people get this fact fully impressed upon them tho better it will bo for Texas Already the introduction of hoso fancy kinds have thrown it back for years in many localities to say nothing of the bad came that they have pinned to Texas as a peach country They have rooted out the reliable old seedlings or caused them to bo neglected a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

i y U Kp vi npSBFr Now 1 irst rubllshed f business U the most i m iiriiiable He i given i other fumes He pre Mi ui > e = j right through the niuili is l itlicr a short one 1 f it goes in bo isli fun or what he supposes to ueepiy lmtncrsed in the i lio ir If jou were not told 1 uim he was beguiling a h in nils chat or ujingthc screw chair or maybe lung twist to his mustacho n lins itp to catch tho train- s t lose Tho phase w hat ifip eit ry ony You can see tuinlclinsr of his eje that triif this and wants to get i a t ne eutry of a newcomer v < MiiKrcpntcntijtion mi i bnj h is all sunshine our ha scud a way in sheer fOLLARORACY J n American ptory < nAiTEn H Socieit r i nit World llattors itself that wc of v originate less than we imitate i ue taunt true it need cause us no fur it is no more than to put into i commonplace fact that the oppor f uuoy are muchly limited by the of vesterdav A man may 1oy notion or project for tl o greater fetine with little proht to him i r < b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

s u Full Line of the Famous NeverRip flgst iMAYERKUHN CASINO ECAXjXj pint Decorated Plates Sa polio liixbys Ko ish Ratli Brie Cocoanut for Tic P e sirs Soap 11 Rolling Maintains its rcputi 1 ion for having nono but tlrstclass liquors wines imported and domestic cigars also the bet and coolest Fort Wprth beer 0nx tap 3Jie tlnest lunrJr in theMty consisting or jhij choicest dtljfa cies ibf tlie XojftEern inrrtet c JK3ndand proiimtal teationtoalI custom Hot Lunches at all hours on short notice large cease ai Oil Soaf UaafrTal jze er dozen Transparei j KUUK I cat and drink I PATENT j I dont but I atlaxino Hall R01AEY FAN8 I am going to BERLINER WEISS BEER Near for Third and Houston Sis KortWorth AFTER THE PROPOSAL The engaged couple should visit the fair as the low Irices 011 housekeeping goods will encourage them to tt married at jbnee Fray ifSfitopr IIousi elu d Ammonia 10c ma Fruit 10c 8c 1 hoe pol 10c on be c 2 for 25c Bird Seed 8c Boll Toilet Paper Sc Magnetic Laundry Soap 7c GRASP...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

> li t i > K < P j jfr Miss Dickson given a first scholarship by The Gazette and they will g et all the ad- vantages of their successful opponents Tho friends of these young ladies have nothing to make them feel in the least mortified Tho two ladies drew a most enthusiastic support by virtue of genuine worth and The Gazette recognizing this did them and their friends the justice to compliment them with a scholarship It was indeed a bestowal of honor upon whom honor was due Sulphur Springs Gazette Mis Maydelle Drake was the successful candidate for the scholarship offered by the Fort Worth Gazette Miss Carrie Dick son the second candidate was given a scholarship by The Gazette similar to the one given Miss Drake Jacksboro Gazette OVER TWENTT NEIGHBOR The Gazette contest is over and ten Texas jouugluuies will be educated through the enterprise of that paper Miss Maydelle Drake won tho scholar- ship prize offered by The Gazette Miss Ieatherwood of Decatur won tho prize in the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

instructions to simscnrnjEKS Give PostoEce Address In full including County and State If address is to be changed glTe old address tc well as new The Gazette will be seat only lor the time for which remittance is made postage Entered at the PostoEce in Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the beucllt of our patrons who desire to send single copies of The Gazette through the mail we give herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight ncd tweHe page paper 1 cent Sixteen aad twenty page paper 2 cents NOTICE Aix Postjiastttis In the state are authorized tc Uke subscriptions to Tilt C 7ETTE Liefral Commissions Allowed Write for terms and ainpe topics ntMITTtNCES By draft check postofflce money order or registered letter can be sent at oar r sk All other character cf remittances a seeders rik J ver can be sent la registered letter Ai checks money orders etc must be made paytbls to The G azetie Fcrt Worth Texas PEQUEST OF THE PUBLIC Persons unable to obtain...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

nn BEGJIREFUL A sore or an ulcer that resists ordi- nary treatmcjit is a very serious mat- ter It is e raker of a cancerous na- ture or it is me result of a very bad rendition of tlje blood DonHyfem per with it TaTte The Great Blicmd medy woman with standing andj Ttgctridofit Dont oelay Rev Jesse H J Campbell of Colura bus GX writes A 1 cancerous ulcer of years lire Inches in diameter has been entirely relieved by 6 bottles of S Us Epcuflc I consider its effects wonderful SiSiost znlr ulois This is the record of S S S Boot on Blood and Skis Phttses Free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta G RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC e rASTUOUM Leave XaSdul 725am c rn No i daily e40p m Ko 6dally 5Mam No fcdatly 310pm am No lOdaily 1035a ni > wfSTBOUMl o n Xo 1 daily m No 3diily 905 am ii Xofi daily U > m Xo 7 daily J m Xo 9 daily 435pm MSSOURI KANSAS AXD TEXAS i > oiithiiouno Leave i m Xo 2 daily 7 00 am ia Xo 4 daily 7Upm EOUTHBOtTMX in Xo 1 daily 10 p m t a ie Xo Sdaily fcOSxm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

y 12 CAUSE OF ALL EVILS The Silly Complaints Heard in Regard to the Commission QUESTIONS THAT MAY ARISE IX tlie Fractlco or Milting tho Cloud o comr General Xu Doubt Whatever but the Allen 1 nnl Lawwill be Promptly Ameuded SnbTrrainryite AnttCoinrfilMlonlte Special to the Gazette Acstix Trr Aug 9 Well what do ym think of your railroad commission now that it hits banished tho Morgan liifti of eoauiers from Galvoston asked an Austin Citizen of the writer today It is needless to say that this gentleman Jumjicd at con- clusions like the man quoted yesterday who said that tho International and Groat Northern receivership was established in order to wreck the road and pay hie sala res to a lot of fellows He was so firmly infrozeked in his positionthat the commis- sion was wholly responsible for tho with- drawal of Morgats base of operations from Walvestou that facts reasons and argu- ments had no more effect on him than water on a turtles back or argument on a sub teasuryitc It was in vai...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

s a 1 I 1 CJj 4 rail and see us or write for prices RUBBER AED PATENT Ki r > txn and Ho < V McAn QUARTERS TEOS v t p IorTwoTjTH GAZinri 211 Houston St 3 an cost and freight IAIVIS In Carload Lots ed T0va Aci for Spalding Tli e Hall and AthleMo 1 ng and Sli wtinc Tackle La vn Tennis Croquet Hit < > > das aitiit > a Velocii > edes ioat Carts Iroa u fact over kind of J11 and Outdoor Spoit btND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE MENTION THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE GSk fW Dr T G HAMMER will remn n at S1 1 rpiA i Si him Texu fc > crt while WK RfFrAi who l ftwftimeut lot Alto TOlIm Im n Habit or itmL o u oasis hiil uo Tc5Us3P52as s consult him now stay here will be SjTs limtrd > uffer < rs can t > 5y r ce ij ii v rrt ro irt and A fK j urJ lf tlv in take- r Hammer s treatment fiViftfhCOD RESTORED I VNATIVO the j oiulv rful braL h I Kemedy Is tote n Uh a I Vi ritteii < iuiRtnto i vo cure ill Nenou I > s e i such Ck V rjV Mlhiotv lx > of Brin rr 11 mlachc MA < u...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

ft 14 ULLCt3 3aql zfSJuatt > cimri2Mk fT5 > ilSlMGt FALL SEASON 1891 CHILLY NIGHTS One of the first tilings many housewives do in the beginning of the fall is to provide themselves with bed comforts and to many the readymade will not do must be made at home On Monday We will offer 2500 yards of full standard soft finished calicos at the low price of 5c yard and the best cotton bat weighing 1G ounces that has ever been sold in Texas for 10 CENTS 14 yards calico 5 70 3 pounds batting 10 30 yi oo Making a i ullsizel full weight comfort mafle of the bbst calico and perfectly clan batting 110 ilso in samejmepartment oneWse figureIndigo prints at Gcyard PRUDENTHOUSEWIVES Will fihfl it profitable to visit our Linen Department this week Wp need not say that our is probably the best Linen f > eparanent in the State of Thi 20 pieces man Linen 1exas designs at GOc Wdek 0inch pure Ger amask in five worth fully 75cOne One case pure Linen Bleached Damask at 50c worth fully GOc 10 pieces ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

H 0 t c I A GREAT DAY Tlemendous Activity Stock Market In n ° in the SOME VERY HEAVY TRADING Comparatively Poor Dank Statement 11m no Effect on the Market Some Mock on Din List Ad nnce Sharply Commercial Itcsume theGazetc i > ork Aug 20 Money closed at > the only rate at winch it was t ge Steady Posted rates 1 63 bif Kavv dull ondjreCued quiet and 4 J Options closed weak and lower sir prices decidedly lower Spot ni wulr trading dull with prices un i pot lots qidct middling up 1 utmos closod steady sr > ut iou > stead > Fair IJio car rutures i losed quiet Quiet Buenos Ajres dry 13 i iua 10312c I uirlj utive today vata prices notwithstanding tho unfavorable neut showing a decrease in the V > Vio Pi ices alvaneed l the inn mug closing to 1 li i The pimcipal dealings were < rsAtehison Louisville and Nooh T nlon Pacilic j p jrant chaoges in tho principal < j i York Lank statement for v t ro Surplus reserve decrease ans increase tlsVs0J specie t sss Hit legal ten l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 30 August 1891

a j wmmmmmmsmmmm 16 Foi Sile The llucst irrigated farm in Texas consisting of 2300 acres from four to six siles of San Angelo Tom Green county Texas all under good fence has six m fSx > t iver front 1G00 acres mesquite and gama grass 700 acres under irrigation aMUPPculti ration water supply taken from ihe South Concho river a ncverfaito fHfieam Good lam and all necessary ditches for irrigating and an abundanjgfljPWKer Improvements consist of fences dams ilch < SjBaa0fmom stone house good under- ground cistern stables corrals outhousjrfHBnVhouses orchard and vineyard There 1b no partnership in the wate rMJjfcJTnniams and ditches belong to the farm no priority being the oldest ditclfcMWierirer Cotton gin corn and flour mill in onehalf mile of the farm Ax00Tfih < i of crops per acre Corn 40 bushels wheat IS bushels barley bats CO bushels alfalfa 5 tons cotton one bale potatoes 2j0 bushels onions 800 bushels All vegetables do tinely Peaches nectarines apricots plums grapes and ...

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