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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

PwP! THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 31, 1889. 9 I •AN JOSE DE COSTA RICA. White heart of a land of honor. And Joy of a people freel From the sunshine that fell upon her, Ere soft ralrs oeaied to tie, God gathered the diamond splendor Of a world from sua to sea, And poured the effulgence tender In the Talley of Aserre. Then he took of the skies above It The delicate tlats they wore, To clothe the hills that should lore It And guard it for evermore. The rarest of sapphire sparkle And azure a wondrous store, And amethyst that should darkle Like depths that are far from ¡¡hora. And out of the soil aa he willed it, He took of each flower tliat urows The seed of the fairest, and spilled it In tho valley's fertile close. And he sent the sun and the showed, And many a stream that Hows. To fashion a thousand bowers Of jasmine and royal rose. Till never a spot was fairer Than that where tho city should be, Anil never a picture rarer For human eyes tosco. White heart of a land of ho...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

10 THE SOVTHERM MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT 31, 1880. A Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapt. OSARLES KING, U.S. A., Author of "The Colonel' Daughter,'" "From the Hunks" "The Deserter," Etc. CopyTljIitod 1888 by J. B. LIpplncote Company, l'lilhulolplil , and published by upeclal arrange- ment through tho American Prtfes Association. CHAPTER IIL w AE EANTIME Limit. Perry \jjl< was riding blithely down the winding trail, toU) fly unconscious that his movements were of the i. faintest consequence tJ ^'anybody but himself, and equally heedless / their being a source ot i speculation. Bis horst was ono ho rejoiced in, full of spirit and spring and intelligence; the morning was bearjiful, just cool enough to bo exhilarating; life favorite hound, Hruco, went bounding over the turf under the slopes, or ranging off through the cottonwoods alonir the scream, or tne «naiiow, sanay arroyos, where the grass and weeds grow rank and luxuriant. Every now and then with sudden rush and whir a ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

w TEE SOUTHERNMERCVRTj DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 81. -Z<?<SS. / € < CORRESPONDENCE. Cms County. Editor Mebocby : — Seeing nothing from tbia part of the Allianoe field, thought I would write a «mall letter. Ai this le my first hope you will exouie blunder*. Can County Alliance met with Hughe* Spring* Alliance, Oct. 16 and 17, and had our atate delegate with u*. lie did the exchange a great good by explaining ita workings to our county people. All seem satisfied now to go to work to pay off It* indebtedness; so m aoon aa we can have meetings aroused Bro. Duncan may look for old Cass County te respond to hi* call. We are resolved to pay our part of its indebtedness, even if our cotton crop ia short by half. Now, broth- era, let us all go to work and pay the ex change out of debt and have it all to our aelvea—let ua not have some outsiders own. ing some oi our fine property at Dallas. "Well, brethren, Cass County has offered a premium of $10.00 on best acre of corn and 95.00 on secon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

ti IBB SO UTBERJV MERCUR1? DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- SI, 1880. 8A* ANTONIO FAIB. Beginning on Tuesday November 5th. and continuing until November loth, the great International Fair will be held at San Antonio. The management, in keeping with It* liberal policy, la working diligently to secure the best poatible attractioui for tlie entertainment ofttie thousand* who will viilt the historical ''Alamo City" du- ring the oontlnuauce ol the fair. Prominent amone the many features of the Han Antonio Fair will be tbe Mexi- can Exhibit; tliey will consist of curios and treasures world without end, and will be brought from all parts of oar sister republic, which will be worth far more than the usual attractions seen at fairs. The Qreat State Fair, which closed at Dallas on Oct. 27, had many exhibits which will be transported to San Antonio in tholr entirety. The races will be far tu. perlor to any heretofore seen in Southwest Texas; In fact, the Fair will be second to none in every particular. Tbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

mutarufuui «SERBS' 53MM . ^.^m.s . 4.j ;v'v}^Iy-T.n*/.. V^ISW¿?l&í w*^ 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY1 Jt X i- FOX. F//i. JVO. J/.5. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1SS0. INVESTMENT BANKERS FCRT WORTH, TEXA8. Office, Corner Fourth arid Houston Streets, I3T* Money always on liantl to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' Hen notei and city property at lowest current rates. Lonns closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Cooice securities geonre low rates, and oasy verms. Address, 1MUODEN & HAMILTON, Fort Worth, lex. AMERICAN ROAD MACHINE CO. Road Graders, Wheel Scrapers, Drag Scrapers, Plows, Etc. Works—Kenneit Square, Pa. R. S. SMITH, Gen'I Agent, Dallas, Texas. ty-We keop a full stock on hand and trunrantoe satisfaction to purchasers. To introduce it and obtain agents we will give away a ffew of our •positive Address at once Electric Agency, f.o. Box 178, Brooklyn, N.y ¡y. m ^va* «...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 7. IB 80. THF rwMip Y. LADIES. More About the Fair. Dkar Children i wut aiiked by gentleman vlaitiug Th« Mkkcukv tent, ''Wbut I thought of tbe Exposition Y" "It la «imply immenie," I answered. «'Tlia', expresses It well," be tald. Imugiuo, it you ean, a city wltb ber Sun. day dress on, and you Bee Dalla a* sbe docked berseil In gay colore for tbe fair. Everything and ovoryone bad on holiday attlro, buildings were decorated aad drap- ed in guy flags, many bad ribbons; feutber , fluffy rolle ot deooratlv* paper ot different color* adorued chaadollers, gas and elec- tric light burners, living an airy light; pretty effoct. Each store seemed to vie with tbe rest in making pretty and attract' lve show windows. Those containing par- ticularly noticeable attraction wero, flrst, a very good representation of the wonder lul modern wonder in architecture, The Eiffel Tower. This tower is a mlnature one, come 12 or 11 leet high. The lounda< tion ie wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

i THE SOUTHERNMERCURI> DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 7. 1882. AN ALLIANCE FOREVER ^ WRAPPED IN COTTON TIED FOB ALL TIME. One Trust Which All Parmer Indorao- The Double Wedding at the Ex- position Yesterday. The double wedding was the event of the exposition yesterday. It was a beautiful sight. Two couples married belore an audience of fifty thousand people. Both the brides and groom* were attired In cotton bagging costumes—not such cos- tumes as ooe would Imagine wben It is ■aid they were made of cottou bagglug, but remarkably pretty costumes. They were married on a stand facing the grand stand. It waB covered with cotton b«gglng and decorated with agricultural Implements. One of the couples was Miss Mamie Win* burn, of Conyers, and Mr. Walter K. Downs, of Cora, Newton county. The other was Miss Alice Whaley, of Gwinnett county, and Mr. Henry li. Wells, of the same county. THE CONTRACTING PARTllIS. Miss Winburn is a lino looking brunette, the daughter ol a well-known merchant at Conyers. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

IR <■ ■■■ THE SOUTBERNMERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 7. 1889. ,• The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAH IN ADVANCE) - ■ 'Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. UAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those wbo advertise with US. Advertising ratee furnished on application. Always mention Tbi Mkuoohy When writ inr to advertisers. Keep business matters icmnt* fromoor- mpondenoe intended for publication. Examine the Apuro* on the label on your pa- per and see that your tlrno to correct. All letters Intended for Thh Mjoboort wfaethor business or otherwise, should bei ad- dressed to Tub Bouthiuhi Mbboout, Dallas Texas. It will take about throe woe teg after sub- scriptions are sent before the subscribers name* will appear on the regular Dialing callers- Whon sending notices of clinn<re of address, es, unless the old a« well hh tho r,ew address Is given, wo ounfiot pay any attention to such requests. Muke monoy orders, drafts Hnd nil remit- tímeos payable to tho order of Tub Houtubun M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

T'^' " . i. TUi; SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 7, 1SSJ. Ors. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, «01 MAIN STREET. DALLAH, TKXA8. Office hours, 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. AH commu- nications strloUy confidential. FOlt THE THEATMENT OF Nervous, Chronic and Special Diseases, Dr<. Tlotts & Betts are regular graduates of medicino anil surcerv, whoso lil'e-lony experi- ence, practical method of treatment «rid pure medioines insurespoedy and v r.iium nt euro" In till private matura, chronic, nervous and pr Hal discuses. YOHNti MEN-Middle /t d and old, single or married, and who B iller with Lost Mun- hood, Nmvois Debility, Spermatorrhea, Seminal LiStiu-, S 'xual Decay, Failtnif Moui- orv, Stunted Develonincnt. Lit k oi' E iergy, Impoverished HI1 od.ImpealniontstoMarritiHu: alsoB oo:l ari'l S'dn Ulsoasos, Syphilid Erup- tions, Hone Pains. Swellings. U oera, EliV'tifn ol Meioiiry. Kiinoy and U'adder rroubio*. VVouk Hack U'lrnlnif Urine, Jneontluom e, Conor- rhu>n, Gleet, Strioti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

wwl 6 THE SOUII1EUN MEUCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. NOV- 7. 1889. a Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapt. CHARLES 1KING, U. S. A., iuthor of "The Colonel's Daughter," "from the Rank ," "The Deserter," Eto. topjTlglit^d 1HH8 by J. B. Llpplucotc Company, FhUadolptil , in 1.1 published by special urrung . nieut through tUo ¿Huerican I'ress Association. CIIAPTEli V. X Jt HAT ovoninp n group of cavalry officers came sauntering back from stablest, and ns they reached tlio walk In front of officers' row a dark featured, black bearded, soldierly looking captain separated himself from the rest and en- tered the colonel's yard. The command- ing officer happened to bo seated on his veranda at the moment, and in close confabulation with Dr. Quin. Both gen- tlemen censed their talk ns the captain entered, and then roso from their seata as ho stopped upon tho veranda floor. "Good evening, Strykor," said the col- onel, cheerily. "Como in and have a seat. The doctor and I were just won- dering if wo c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

I up W^W3PppM"p. uw •' W' 1 ffffff SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 7. I <5 59. TO 'W^PIPS|P 'v g" . * CORRESPONDENCE. Gonzales County. Where , There is an etfeot, there is a cause. Let us see If we can discover why it Is that almost everybody Is lorced to give mortgages lor the actual necessaries of life ? Why is It that In some portions of the state almost all of the real estate that is available lor the purpose is aUo mort. gaged? Why is It that the people ar¿ lu debt, the merchants are in debt and trade depressed almost to the pointof stagnatiou and the prices of agrlculturol product so low that the profits on a crop (oven of a prosperous season) will scarcely pay the expenses of production, the taxes, the nec- essary iainlly expenses, aud leave nothing to pay debts Í Does not this condition of affairs Imply something wrong in the fi- nancial administratiou of tho government oi this country 1 I answer most emphatic- ally (and without fear of succcssful contra- diction; t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 November 1889

±21 Mj £¡U UTILEíiJS MEKVUK J? JJAIjJLAB, TEXAS. J\rO V■ 7, 1889. Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COSTt Ha mr Jl?e Imperial Ijft li^surai^e ^o/ripapy, -<a« DEVROIV, MICHIGAN This Company offer* Insurance at cost. It is the cheapest regular Insurance in the world, Ueíort Insuriutj your life It will puy you to investigate tho claims of the Imperial. NrGood ncents wanted In nvory county in Texas to whom Iberal Inducements are ufterud. Addto ,n I'ATTKUSON' & BLAKK, State A^uts"£al!aH, Texas. lcxas>townora OFFICIAL. Stat* Alliance Officials. J. D. FitLDB, Manor, TravisOo., president. J. M. Pbrduk, West Mountain, Upshur Oo., Tloe-presldeut. H. O. Uawh. üpringtown, Parker Co., secro- tary-treasuror. D. M. Rummi. Alexander, Erath Oo., lecturer B. J. Kkndbick, Waco, McLennan Co., ex- sAitlve committee. D. M. Conningiiam, ileauVlss, Williamson, Co., oxooutlve ocmmltteu. H, F. Kogbrs, PuluKtlue, Anderson Co., ex- eouttve committed. Official Ruling. I bare received ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

r < d Jvfh I I I I 6 í "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [iOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY VOL, nil. NO. ¿G. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1889. — ■■— r WHOLE NO. S94. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Office, Corner Fourth and Houston Streota, E^"Monev always on hand to loon upon farms, ranches, vendors' Hen notoe and city property at lowest current rates. Lonns closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Choice securities reoiire low ratos, und easy terms Address, 1MHOPKN & HAMILTON, Fort Worth, lex. AMERICAN ROAD MACHINE CO. Road Graders, Wheel Scrapers, Drag Scrapers, Plows, Etc. Works—Ktnnelt Square, Fa. R. S. SMITH, Gen'I Agent, Dallas,' Texas. py We keep a full stock on hand nnd guarantee satisfaction to purchasers. E? d?refcident Cleveland cailcd oil Presi- dent Harrison last week. TTAND BOOK 1 Jtl("Tell It all!) D wight, III. er newly married couples 1C cents sealed. Box 17, CANCER ana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

n- r THE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 14, 1889. THE FAMILY. the oouams, Dbab Editor.—I have uen several let- tors Iron tbii place. This Is my ttrst t* tempt to write one myself. Pa, ma and lister belong to the Alliance, and when 1 get old enough I will too. Fa takes Tns mkkcdr y and i like to read, «specially the cousins' column. As this is my first X will close by asking the cousins a riddle: "On love 1 sit, on love I stand, yet I bold love in my right hand." 1 think 1 can answer Nora J£. Johnson's riddle. It is a watch. Well, I will close. Success to Thb Mer> cuky and the cousins. Tuos. Williams. Weesatche, Texas. Dear Editor:—As 1 saw my other letter in print I thought 1 would write again Crops In Hunt eounty are tine and the prospects were never better. I'n has one pieoe of corn that will yield from CD to 70 bushels per acre. Some of our neighbors are in the grass as well as ourselves, but pa thinks with fair weather and close work we will all pull through. I haven't ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

a I t TITS: SO UTHERN MERCUR T: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOT. J4, 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. The Political Tiust. Editor Mbkooby:—It i not strange that we have no many "trusts" eating up the frulta of our labor. Whyf Because we have a "Political trust." 1 say trust, because it is two parties in name, but one in purpose. This "Political trust" bas given us a money system tunUamentally wrong, a money system in its nature Ue. structlve oí lree Institutions. (See Buz- zard's circular for particulars). A system under which a few rule and control the many; a system under whioh the agricult- urist together with other labor is deprived of a just reward or return for their labor. (See Hasszard'a circular again). This trust controls congress, senate and president, and the highest courts, and by legislation the volume of our circulating medium is controlled, and we all know that medium la controlled in the interest of a very tew. Brethren, It Is certainly reason to say that a key that locks up will unlock. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

■■m TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, 14, 1889. 1 ' ■ : J '♦ ' The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAll IN ADVANCE) Published by the—— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with u«. Advertising ratea furnished on application. Always mention Tbm Mkhouby when writ tag to advertisers. Keep business matter seperato from cor- respondence intended for publication. Examine tbe figures on the label on your par per and see that your time Is correct. All letter intended for Tun Mercury whether business or othcrwlao, should be ad- dressed to Tub southern Msbcuby, Dallas It will take about three weeks after sub- scriptions are sent beforo the subscribers names will appear on tbe regular mating gallera. When sending notices of change of address, es, unless the old us well aa tbe now address la given, ne cannot pay any attention to suoh requests. Make monoy orders, drafts and all remit- tances payable to the order of Tiib South "" Mxmurt, and sddross...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

c € THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 14, 1880. 6 u Drf. BEITS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 601 MAIN BTBBBT. DALLAM, •:• TKXAH. Office hours, W a, m. to 8 p. in. All oouimu nloatfons strictly oontldoutlal. FOlt THE THEATMHNT OF tans, Chronic and Special Diseases, Dr?. Betts & Botts nro rojrular graduates of medicino and surirorr, whoso Iffo-lornj oxperi- finco, prnotioal method o!' treatment and pure mediclnenusurospoedy and pi r.rmnmt cures Jn alt private matters, chronic, nervous and ppftal iilseiisp . YOi'Nli wEN—Middle agJd and old, giri^lo or inni-Hed, and who a ufur with Lost Man- hood, N'\ois L)obll;ty, Spermatorrhea. Bemuml L.jssuf, S'xual Decay, Fulhtiir Mem- ory, Btuuted Duvdonm-'nt, Li k of E'iergy. Impoverished I<1 od.Itnpeditmmtsto.Marriage: ulso B oo l an'l S Un Discuses. Syphilis Eriip- 11ons, Bonn Pains. Swellings, Ueers.ElfeeN of Morourv, Kilney a id B'Hdder Frouhioi. Weak Back Birni'ig Urine, Incontinence, Honor rhces,Gleet, Strloti r •, rcoelve-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

T1ÍE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. NOV- U, 1889. A Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapt. 0HAELE3 KING, U. S. A., Author of "The Colonel' Daughter," "From Uie Rank ," "The Deserter," Uto. Copyrighted 1889 by J. B. Lipplneott Company, Philadelphia, anil published by Kiwclal arratiK®- oiunt through the American Preea Association. CHAPTER VI. >?? WILIGHT still hovered over tho broad cipariso of prairio when Lieut. Perry and hiu littlo party, after a brisk cantor down the valloy, rcachod th« barbed inclosure of Dunrnvcn, and the young commander led unhesitatingly to the gateway on tho northern lino. A sergeant of hi troop and two private soldiers wero his escort at tho moment; u third man, by direction of Col. Brainard, hud been sent at tho gallop in pursuit ol tho distant speck which the orderly had pronounced to be Dr. Quin, and tho in- structions which this messougor bor« were to tho effect that tho post surgoon ■hould ride by tho most direct routo and join Lieut. Pon y at t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

WT-Wm T2E MVT&miyMffllCmin DALLAS. TEXAS, WO V. 14, 1889. i ■<l CORRESPONDENCE. Fannin County. Editor Mkbcoby:—Again I aik lor ad. mission in the grand Alliance organ. X can sound only one note, but I believe there 1b a note lor every member of the order, and there isn't a member but what can play on this organ. For it is a com- plete one, every note distinctly beard throughout its entire circulation, sound* ing "United we stand, divided we fall." "Justice to every one." "II God be lor us we need not fear." Victory is ours." "Let the people have a mind to work," and "every man over against his own wheelt rolling it with all his might," Success to the Exchange, for it is the backbone oi the Alliance, for 1 believe the prosperity of the Alliance depends upon the success of the Exchange. Then why should we let it fall through to our life long regret? Yet It has been my misfortune to hear that there were suspicion of dishonesty somewhere. But what does this mean brerthreni Hero, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 November 1889

8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. NOY- U, 1889. tSf **r Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON'' for Insurance AT COST? -®a -©a -%sX PT Jl?e Imperial Ijft Ipsurapqe ^o/npapy, DETROI", KfllQMIG-AN. This Company offem insurance at cost It Is tlie clioupcMt recular Insurance lu the worlil. llofore InnurlnB your lile it will pay you to Investígalo the claims ol the Imperii ! f.v?.ry 1 o-ufl. to whom liberal luduuetuuuu are otl'erci. Addrem I'A 1 1 LKcO.S A¿ ULAUk, Hiato Afems. Uullui, Texus. OFFICIAL. Stat* Alliance OiHoials. J. £>. Fieldb, Mmior, Travis Co., preildenf J. M. Piibdok, West Mountain, Upshur Co. vioe-presldent. 8. O. Daws, ísprlwfirtown, i'aikor Co., aouro- tary-treasuror. D. U. Humph, Alexaudor, KrathOo., lecturor fl. J. Kbndbick, Whoo, MoLonnun Co., ex- ecutlve committee. 1). M. Comminobam, lloauklss, Williamson, Co., oxecutlve oommlttoo. •h. F. Hookiih, Palestino, Anderson Co., ox- eoutive committer. Oilloial Ruling. I have received several Inquiries regard- ing the a...

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