J R McCotter wharf

J R McCotter wharf - . Vandemere Items. fl TT ILLaU 'l?n.. ...ill...
. Vandemere Items. fl TT ILLaU 'l?n.. ...ill oaah a jute mill here, , The mill , has already Wived.,, ;,, , ,., . , 'J. R. McCotter's wharf at Vande mei'e was partly destroyed by the storm oh Monday night. ' Mr, J. R. McCotter lost a fine mule on the 8th inst. with staggers, or a little . i i j j 1-k too mucn narq uriving one. , , , We are now haying fresh oysters every day or so, but' fresh fish are get ting to be very scarce in our market. Mr. A. P. Barnes' sold some very fine sweet potatoes in our little town last week. - Mr. Charles E. Burch brought in'some fine watermelons, a, few days ilr. J. S. Basn'ight and W. D. Alfred .. i ... . . ... a- -. .. ... ha'vo returned from a ; trip- to Tyrrell county, and Norfolk .where, they t haye boon .visiting relatives. They report crops vBry, good in spme places. Miss M. L. Eastwood 1 and Miss C. Pi t MtCotter are visiting1 MrsV Holton and Mrs. Rotbihs. Mr."L: W Brooks has been spending a few days' in our little vilage this week.' Says he has enjoyed himself more tho last two days of his vi$it than he ever did anywhere before Vndemere' U a -place ' of much enjoy mbnt for the young1 people: ."' ' ' Cotton, corn and rice was looking ... ;l : very fine in the neighborhood of Vande mere up to Saturday nighf the tfth inst Siface then, we had a very .severe storm of rain and wind which' has damaged cotton, com and rice very, much and this farmers that were not done saving fodder have lost large quantities of ; it on account or the corn being blown ddwn. ', .'.i'l ; .) :' ':;i

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  1. The Daily Journal,
  2. 15 Sep 1883, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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