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1  One dollar and ten cents is the cash price in town.
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2  Such class lines are by no means fixed; they vary, one might almost say, with the price of cotton.
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3  If cotton rose in price, the rent rose even higher; if cotton fell, the rent remained or followed reluctantly.
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4  Still the price of cotton fell, and gradually the landlords deserted their plantations, and the reign of the merchant began.
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5  He used to run a successful cotton-gin, but the Cotton Seed Oil Trust has forced the price of ginning so low that he says it hardly pays him.
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6  It is a crop always salable for ready money, not usually subject to great yearly fluctuations in price, and one which the Negroes know how to raise.
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7  The owner put his whole fortune into the rising cotton industry of the fifties, and with the falling prices of the eighties he packed up and stole away.
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8  There is no doubt that the latter case is true; that in Dougherty County every economic advantage of the price of cotton in market and of the strivings of the tenant has been taken advantage of by the landlords and merchants, and swallowed up in rent and interest.
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