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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

A /' \/ i\ Ü .a •¿iW "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF 'THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " VOL. VIIl.JV0.i7. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Yt J\V VEMBER 21, 1880. WHOLE NO. 895. INVESTMENT BANKERS fort worth, texa8. Office, Corner FV.\irtli and Houston Streets, ty-Moncy olwnys on baud to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current ratos. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence invited. Unolce securities secure low rates, and easy terms. Address, IMHODKN & HAMILTON, Kort Worth, lex THE ARLINGTON HOTEL. Headquarters for the Farmers Alliance Hnssgam changed hanils. Mr. J. B. Wolbi.ru having: sold out entirely. The hotel Is now under ine management of the eld Hint-honored u.erk, Mr. John F. Murphy, tvh i will he pleased at all tiiut s to meet his old friends from tho cuuutry, and will endeavor to p ease thom. Remomlier that our rates ace low and accommodations good. Bpeclul rates by tho week or mo...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

B THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, 21', 1889. THE FAMILY. LADIXS. We call the attention of our reader* to "Ann Others" letter, and would be (led to have more of our correepondente come to the Iront and express themaelvei. Would also be glad to have them profit by the ad- vice and admonition of "Ann Other." All organizations suffering from opprss- ■lon brought on by despotic tyrant* should work in harmony to "down" monopoly, should receive gladly any assistance, from any source, in their struggle tor existence. It doea, indeed, so em to us that the far- mer, who is compelled to work from year's end to year's end, mortgaging his crop sometimes before it is even planted, for barely enough to live on, letting his chil- dren grow up in ignorance, is an abject slave. Nay, we think him wqrse off, thousand times, tlian our former slaves, who were ever care free, and knowing lull well they would be amply provided for, whether they worked or not. There are to-day a great nmny farmers, suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 21. IS 89. ■4 CORRESPONDENCE. English finance Hulea America. Id my last communication I asserted that European finance led in by England pre. vails In America and is dictated by Change Ail^y, London. And bence it is appropri. ately styled the English system of finance, w bicb name 1 shall adopt in this article lor it. But perhaps it would bo well to premise the subject by a lew reflections od the motive that aristocratic England could have in thrusting upon republican Ameiica her corrupt and debasing system. The first great motive tbat suggests itielf to our mind is an earnest desire on her part to subvert popular government in America, Our free institutions are a constant and dire mcnacc to her aristocratic form ol government. SUo would spend billions oi treasure and million* oi men it'she thought thereby she could successfully stamp out Amorieau Institutions from the history or the wt rid. but she knows that such an ef- iort would certainl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

' ■ 4 T1IE üOUTSERJiMEBCURYi DALLAS. TEXAS, W01. i21, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by the■ ■■■ STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. &XAS THIS OA.RKi0L.LY. Patronise thote who Hrivertlie with ns. Advertttlnar rate* furnished on application. AJway mention Thb Mkucubv when writ iDf to advertisers. Keep business matter* aeporate from oor- reipondenoo intended for publication. Examino the ti#nros on the label on your pa- per and ace that your timo la correct All letter intended for Tiim MjBGimv whether business or othorwrl . should be ad- dressed to 'rum Soutiikjw Mtucuur, Dallas TOXRB. it will take about throe weeks after ul> scrip lions are sent bcfcre lio subscribers names will appear on the regular mnuuif galleys. When rendlaif noiioos of change of ,u''?rewi es, unloas the old uh well as the new address Is (riven, we oiumot pajr any attention to suou requests. Make money order , drafts and all '■omit- tances paj ai/l i to the order of Thk Sooth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 21, 1889. i < X. ü i I Ore. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, «01 MAIM 8TBERT. DALLAN, TKXAB. Office hours, a. m. to 8 p. in, All oomrnu- lioation* strictly confidential. FOK THE THEA I'MENT OF talis, Chronic and Special Diseases, m Dn. Betts & Betts are regular graduates of meulolne and aurirenr.whow life-long: experl- ancu, practical method or treatment >md pure medioineRiusureBpeedy and mroiam ni curen In nil private matura, chronic, nervous and peHal illseuBPn. yO'"Nii MEN—Middloag d and old, single or man led, and who s itter with Lost Man- hood, N'ivo 18 Debil¡ty, Spermatorrhoea, BemitiHl Losses, B xual Decay, Failmir Moui- orv, atuiiteJ Duvelonmfnt, La It ol' Energy. Impoverished HI od Imped n<t'ntgtoMarrii ri..; alBO B oo i an'l S .In Disease*. Syphilis Erup- tions, Don Pains. Swellings. U cers,Elt'eon of Meroury, Ki iney a id B'adder froubiej. Weak Back B irnl'ig Urlno, Inoontinenoe, Gonor- rhooa,Gleet, Strlnti r ,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

the southernmehcury: dallas, texas. nov- 1889. A Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapt OHABLES KINO, U. S. A., Author of "The Colonel's Daughter," "From the Hunks," "The Deserter," Ele. Copyrighted lflBS by J. a Llpplaeott Company, Flilladelphl*, and published by special arranco- went through tlie American Press Association. CHAPTER VII. i OR a moment there was Bilenco in the brightly illu- minated room. With flush- ed face and swollen veins and twitching, clutching hands, old Maitland stood there gla-ing at the young officer. Before Perry could ejieak ugain, however, and more fully explain the untoward circumstance, there came a rush of nurrying footsteps without, and tho sound of excited voices. The next minuto they heard an eager, angry challenge, and Perry recognized tho voico of the overseer or manager whom ho had met in the morning. "What do you fellows want here?" was his brusquo and loud inquiry as he sprang from tho piazza and stood con- fronting the sergeant, who was qu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

TEE SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 21, IS89. U4 I i > frr'""'" CORRESPONDENCE. Purification. Editor Mkkovbt The time bae come in the biftory of the Jarmer ' movement when we out eee the motives that prompt' •d many to join. The movement rominds ma of a long march ot a large army. My experience in the army In the late war be- gan in the winter of '03, but the lesson I learned of mankind, and life, will go with me till my brain ceaaea to aot. The move- ment now on foot is to my mind a perfect parallel to a war, and the members of the .labor organizations are always rising up in the role of soldleir. We find all kinds, men who have joined from motives ot pure patriotism, a love of oountry, friends, and home; men who hare joined "lor revenue only," and others from a hope of future glory; men who joined from curiosity and because it cost so little to gratify it, and others to be oa the popular Bide. The long march through hostile country our army is making is telling the charact...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 November 1889

í'feí* 3 ■ TEE SO VTEEntt MM< J¡ l£V V ' .,"■ '¿. •• '.. *v V ' "-'A ''« > í* "inir * • >"' *V* iri&skffeaejRji* i: i, .*,•• efe; P Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" far Insurance AT COST? Jl?e Imperial Ijft li?surai?<;e ^o^papy, DE-R0I7, MICHIG-AW. ,.v TVf Company offer* Insurance at coat. It Is the cheapest regular Insurance lu tlie world, Before luhurlug your life it will pay you to Investigate the claim of the Imperial «ruood agenta wanted In everv eountv in Texas t/> whom liberal Inducements are ottered. Address PAtTKKSON A BLARK, Bute Agents, Dallas,' Texai. ' OFFICIAL. ■tata Amano* Oficiala. 3. D. Fields, Manor, Travis Co., president. J- M. PaiiDCK, West Mountain, Upshur Co.. Tloe-president. .,i., 8.0. 1>awh, Bpriovtown, Parker Co., secre- tary, treasurer. D. M. Udmph, Alexandor, Erath Co., lecturer B. J. Kkmdkiok, Waco, McLennan Co., ex- ecutive committee. D. M. Gumming ham, I.'eiuklsi, Williamson Co., executive committee. b. P. Bookhb, Palestina, Ander...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

m¡ ' •V 'I . i/T.^ , . r- • * ■ * •' >*" <)j|$ "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIII^ FARMERS. STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " VOL. VIII. JVO. J-8. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜBSDA Yf JYO VEMBER 28,1889. WHOLE NO. 896, INVESTMENT BfflERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Office, Córner Fuurth and Houston Streota, Money always on hand to loan upon farms, rnnoliee, vendors' lien note! and olty property at lowest currttvt rate . Loans elosod quickly. Correspondence Invited. Choice securities seouro low rates, and easy terms. Address, IMIiODEN & HAMILTON. Fort Worth, I ex. Mrs. E. b. liosEvrfiai., Proprietress. C, E. Miller, Manager 512 AND 514 PACIFIC AVE., DALLAS, TEX (NEAR T. AND P. DEPOT.) t3F"Tlire Street Car Mnos within half block. {ST"Now Brick Building. Newly Fur. Dished, Well Ventilated, Splendid South ltonms. tS7~Itntes. 11.60 and $3 ('0 p-r day. Von can get a $3.25 book free by «end i tiff ua a club of ten yearly subscriber* aee our "Ad." o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, MOV. 28, 1889. THE FRMILY. * TUB 00USIN8. Dbab Editor:—Aa you b*ve al- lowed me iptoe in the column* of your val- uable paper I will Intrude again. 1 am very much lntereited in the larmer oauee, but aa I know nothing of politice, I will leave that anbjeot for thoae who are better qualified than myaelf. We oould make our paper more Interest- lug than It la, If we would. Let ua giria exchange our ideaa on the aubjecta ol more importance, and atamp improvement on the golden momenta of time; that la the w y to gain knowledge and Information. Education la one of the moat important thlngaot life; without an education we can do but little. Yet aome of ua haven't bad the chance of an education, but we can learn from obaervation, take the papera and read tbem, converse with tboie ihat are capable of giving inatructiona. I don't mean for you to be governed altogether by other people, but think ior yourselves. With an education we can understand more, and a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

THE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS. TEXAS, WOT. 2 8, 1889. 9 i. 4 CDRREBPQNOENCE. Jackson County. Euou sub-Alliance voted at our last meeting to pay a years subscription to Thb Mercury for every member who would not take it voluntarily, so you will soon have a complete roll of our male mem* bers on your subscription list, a rare sight 1 expect. 1 was a delegate to the State Alliance, and Intend to bent to the Exchange at least 58 00 for every member in the county- have already sont up over 92.60 per mem- ber. I never had au easier job than this. It is my opinion that if the matter was properly placed before the membership that there would be no dliliculty whatever in extricating the Exchange from embar- rassment. The sub-Alliance ol which 1 am a member, has paid lu ¡fS.Q'J per mcm< ber on the laht call. Now you must allow that we are too lar trom Dallas ever to re- ceive any direct benelit from tho Exchange, but from pure love ol the Allianco, and a knowledge of our duty towards our ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 28, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONI DOLLAR A YEAR IN advance) ——.Published by the . - STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. mBAS THIS OABEVULLY. * Patronize thoM who advertí with us. Advertising ratos furnished on applloatlon. Always mentlou Tbi M kmc o it r when writ ■up to advortiaers. * Kcepbusineea matters mDerate from oor- respondent* Intended tor publication, Kiamine the figure on the label on jrour m> ver and aee that your time la oorreot Texas. It will take about three week iiub- (erlptlona are aent before the subscriber names will appear on the re*ular mating tallera Whan sending notices of chango of *<Mrew. ea, unless the old n- well aa the new address Ib given, we cannot pay any attontlon to such requests. Mako money or'lors. drafts and all remit* tanoes payubfii to the order of Tub SoothbhN Mibuuhy. and address all letter to Tu Socthkrn Mbiicury Dallas Texas. Renew your subscription, so you won't miss any copies, as wo can't alway...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

IMS ¡SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, MOV. 18. 1889. I ^ ili Ors. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, Wl MAIN STREET. dallam, tkxa6. Offioe hours, 0 a. m. to 6 p. m. All oomrnu- nloations strictly confidential. FOR THE TREATMENT OF Nervous. Chronic and Special Diseases, JL í § Dra. Beits & Betts are regular graduates of meaiolne and surirerr, whoso lifelong expert anoe, practical method of treatment -md pure medicinestugurespeedy and ptrmttm nt cure* In all private matters, chronic, nervous and ppolttl <llseiisfM. TOrÑií MEN—Middle-ag d and old. single or marrind, and wlio a iller with Lost Man hood, N-ivois Debility, Sper naiorrhcua. SemniHl Losses, S xual Decay, Falinitr Mem- orv, Stunted Dinelonmcnt, Li k of E lergy Ic. mverished HI od. Impedimental Marrlutre also B oo i and S -¿in Disuades. S^'plii'¡« Erup tlons, Bon" Fains. Swelling- , U eers, EifeoH of Meronry, Kl iney a ,d B'nuder rrouiiiet, Woak Back B irnl 'g Urine, Incontinence, <3o"or- rhtea, Gleet, Strict r ,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

THE SO VTHERM MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. NOV- 28, 1889. A Story oi American Frontier Life. By Oapt 0HABLE8 £150, U. 8, A., Author of'Th* Colonel's Daughter," "From th* Banks," "The DeurterEtc. Copyrighted 1888 by J. B. Llpptnootl Company, Philadelphia, and published by special arrange- I anant through the American Frew Association. CHAPTER VIII. ? T WAS very lato that night —nearly midnight—when the colonel, seated on his veranda and smoking a cigar, caught sight of a cavalry sergeant hurriedly passing his front gate. The main searching parties had long since come home, unsuccessful; Lieut. Perry had returned and made re- port that the people at Dunraven denied having soen or heard anything of Gwynne, that both proprietor and mana- ger had treated his visit as on affront, and that he had had much difficulty in preventing a fracas between his men and a gang of rough fellows employed at the ranch, that Mr. Maitland had fallen back in a swoon, and that he had left him to the care of Dr. Q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

'WvH <ki i ■i TEE SOUTHERMMERCURI? DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 2 8, 1889. THE FARM. Farm Not . [Clipped From Farm, Field and Stockman.] Don't leave the turnips out too late. If In tbe ibock, crowd the oorn busking. Better bouie all tooli before tbe snow cover them. Twelve million bushels of corn were ex- ported from New Orleans during tbe last commercial year. SI* tbe plow rusting lu tbe furrow or Is It standing out in the yard It would be bet- ter to have It under cover. "The reason some tuen can't make both ends meet Is beoause they are too busily en- gaged in making one end drink." Put away for winter use In tbe hen house a few barrels of very dry road dust and in spring it will come out a very good con- centrated fertilizer. *When it lakea five quarts of milk to pay for one drink ot whisky It pays to drink milk and let the whisky alone. It pays to let whisky alone.—Farm Journal. Guatemala is prospering. The value ot her agricultural land has doubled wltbln two years, and she will der...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 November 1889

8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JYOY. 28, 1889, Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" fur Insurance AT COST? r •KB« Jtye Imperial Ijft li^sura^e ^o/T\papy, Thli Company offer* inmiranco at cost. It l« thu cheapest regular insurance in the world, liberal Inducement. are offered. AddruM DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Ilcfriro iiiMiriuR your life it will pay you to investigate tiie claim* of the Imperial. ««-flood auouts wanted in nvcrv cnuntv in Texas to whuin J'ATTKKSON & ¿LARK, State AkciiU, Dallas, Texas. OFFICIAL. State Alliance Officials. J. D. Field b, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. M. Pbbdd , Wett Mountain, Upshur Co., vloe-presldont. B. O. Dawh, Bprlngtown, Parker Co., aooro- tary-tieasuror. D. M. Humph, Alexander, Erath Co., lecturer B. J. Kcndbick, Waco, McLennan Co., ex- ecutive committee. / D. SI. CoMNiNaiuM, Heauklsi, Willlamion Co., oxeoutlve oommlttoo. fl. F. ItooERg, Palestino, Anderson Co., ex- ecutive committee. Official Hullnir. I have received several Inquiries regard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

U ■ ■ 'Ww^^ ?TKKft- * ,. ' -i ' . v • ■ '" „,/ .*>$* '. 'fv/ ^f^ '7\V,. , • ^PsSMIHHP S™ w™ , w< W 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] ' LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " 7 I hfi. I i \ . k I ' ii VOL. VIII. NO. 40. DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDA Y, DECEMBER !>, 1889. WHOLE NO. 397. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXA3. Office, Corner Huurtli and Houston Streets, tsy Money always on hand to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and otty property at lowest currtiu rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Guoioe securities Beo^^wrates^n^easytórmSjALddregSj^^^^IMJBOM^&ftAMiMON^^rt^orth^e*. 5outlperp (Jermieid^. This wonderful medicine la guaranteed to cure Catarrh, Rheumatism. Asthma, Consuuip tton, Kidney Troubles, Hright's Disease, Graven, Bronchial Aifootions, Dysentery, Dyptbem, Bcrofu 11, Small Pox, Maiuiiul Fover, Vencral Diseases of long standing1. Siok Houdnc'ie, Bil- iousness, ConRtlpated Bowcln, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

• ... ^k, ^ N. X TILE HOXJTEERNMERCUR Y: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEV. 3, 1889. -V" THE FXMILY. LADXK8. Lmb County. Edixoh Mbkouuy—1 thought I would writ# a letter, thinking M would be printed. I milled to the roll, end eent my dol- lar, m I aild 1 would, and will tend one more. I do not wast it to be aald "1 prom- ised and did not pay." Iam Juit a* true Alliance metal aa can be found, and am willing to take atoclc aa far aa I am able. 1 am like the lady who had no uie for tbe Galveston or Dallaa News, except to clean the stove with. That la all it, (tbe Keweos) Is good for. I do not want to patronize any paper that ia ruinous to our order. Wishing tbe editor good health, and that Tbe Mercury will extend its circulation till it Is read from shore to shore, and that Its patroua will make their children think It la Tin paper, and fit for them to read- j am, Sarah ▲.Huelton. Jewett, Texas. Your letter has been handed to tbe busi- ness manager, who will make the desired reoelpt, and have name (gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

u i % Ni j I When Shall We Set Better MeutP 1st. When we have better bred animal Cattle and (beep not kept principally kept ior milk and wool, but lor beef and mutton? d. When we stop starving our calve* and lambs, and leed liberally irom the start to the end. r>d. When we feed bettor gr#as. Our pastures are often disgraceful. If land Is too rough to plow aud too poor to grow white beans or buckwheat, we keep it in pasture; or if it is naturally rich, alluvial land, we let the water drown out the vslu able grasses, and weeds, rushes and coarse grass take their place. v 4th. When we make a regular business oi fattening a few cattle and sheop every winter. Dth. When peoplo are educated aufli- oiently to know good meat from bad, espe dally to know fat from tallow. Oth. We will not say that we shall have better rntat when people aro willing to pay for it. In all conscience, the butcher charges us enough now! People are wil ling to pay a good price, even au extrava- gaut price for goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

sm s THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 5, 18 8J. ¿S the Southern Mercury (ONE DOLIAS A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by the— FTATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BSAS THIS O AKBFUIAY. PltroalM tbose who advertise with us. AdT rtltlnir ratos furnished on application. Always mention Thb Mehoorv when writ «V to advertisers. , Keep business matters senerato from cor- ■espondenoe intended for publication. Examino the figures on the label on your par per and iee that your Ume is correct. All letter* Intended for Tai Mnnaovr J&sther business or otherwise, should be| ad- tressed to Thb Southmk* Mebctby, Dallas: íexas. It will take about throo weoks after sub- scriptions ore sent botero the subscriber* names will appear on tbo regular mating callers. When scndlOK notices of change of addrow. •a, unless tbo old uh well as tho new addrws la given, wo cannot pay any attention to suon request . Make money orders, drafts and aU reniU- tuuoos payable to the order of Th# bowa a uw Mjbotjk*. and ...

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