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

i I THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 5. 1889. Ors. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, COI MAIN STRKET. DALLAM) TEXAS. Oflloe hours, 0 a. m. to 8 p. ui. AU oommu- licatloiu Strictly confidential. FOB TUS THEATMBNT OF üervous, Chronic and Soecial Diseases. jf It does not make up 10 per oent. of tuber* cular diseases, We venture to say, there- for#, that tito 375,OQO Londoners who pos* slUly ate the presumably tuberculous meat digested It and Its bacillus, and were the better (or their repast. It must be very evident, we think, that the danger to adults from eating flesh of tuberculous cattle is so extraordinarily remote that it may be prac- tfcally ignored. The liver, «'lights," and glands of such cattle, however, are per- haps not safe, and sausage made up from uieat seriously aflected may not be tree from danger. We advise, therefore, as we have dono, the governmental inspection of slaughter-houses; but we must more seri- ously urge the supervision of milk. This, it 16 ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC- 5, 1889. DiMYI RANCH A Story of American Frontier Life. , By Capt OHABLES KUttt, U. & A., Author of "The CoIomCi Daughter," "From the Rank ," "The Deurter," Eto. Dopyrifhted 3888 by 3. B. Lipplocott Company, Philadelphia, and published by special arraoK*- 'I through the American 1'rau AasoeUUo* CHAPTER IX. T JUST what hour the post surgeon returned to Fort Rossiter that , night no ono seemed to know. Ho wns present it sick call, and imperturbable as ever, sn the following morning, and the few officers who were at headquarters after guard mounting were able to affirm that the colonel had been courteous as usual in his greeting to the medical officer, and that nothing whatever had been said about his being away eo late the previ- ous evening. Capt. Stryker came hoino soon after midnight, had a brief talk with his colonel, and went over to the stables to inquire into O Wynne's condi- tion before he went to bed. Parke came into Perry's room after...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

V THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC• 5, 1889. U. CDRRBBPPNDBNDB. Borne of The Hindering Cauaea. The best evidence in the world that fatmera feel the need of organization is found in their readiness to enliat in any movement claiming to champion their eauu and advance their interest* Thla bai been olearly anown by the unanimity with which they first joined the grange, and then the Alliance. Bat it may be said they have not stuck. True they have not to the full extent of accomplishing the highest results,but m .y this not be traced to other causes than a laok of earnestness and tiue devotion to the cause and the 'principles that underlie it ? The leaders may be at fault In tailing to understand the character of the people they undertake to lead, and the conditions that surround them; they may move faster than the undl> clpllned and heterogeneous masses are prepared to follow; they may be seltish and ambitious of serving their own personal desires, and ends; or they may lose ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 December 1889

'O THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC- 5% 1889. «K W Mr Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COST? -©a Jl^e Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e <?o/i)paiw,' ~w& DETROIT,. MICHIGAN. This Company offers insurance at cost. It Is tho cheapent regular Insuranuo in tbo world. Before injuring your life It will pay you to investigate the claims of tho Imperial. irirCood agents wanted In ororv county In Tesas to whom liberal Inducements aro offered. aiMww* pattitiíuíim a. <>■ aov n.ii.r. r , Address PATTKUSON dc (JLARK, Ktato Agents, Dallas, Texas. OFFICIAL. * BtateAlllance Official*. J. O. ratios, Manor, Travis Co., preildont. J. M. Piuodk, West Mountain, Upshur Co.< Tloe-presldent. B. O. Daws, Springtown, Packer Co,, secro- tary-treaaurer. D. M. Kumph, Alexander, Erath Co;, lecturer B. J. Kxndbiox, Waco, McLennan Co., ex. eeutlve committee. D. M. Comninuham, lieauklss. Williamson Co., executive committee. U. F. Rogers, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- ecutive committee....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

CH' w ■BJraoSg Braj'y..vr'> *'.* Wk WV :V J?'♦<! ilpi I "v; V(t' ■'*§§ wmKm '<m 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS ¿TATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' 1/' VOL, VIII. NO. 50. V ; J " L I ¡1 i* ) DALLAS, TEXAS, TMÜRSDA Y;. DECEMBER. 12,1889. WHOLE WO. 398. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS. ORE AM OF STATE NEWS. Office, Corner Kuurth and Houston Streets, lay Money always on hand to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notoi and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Cnniee secur ties secure low rates, and easy terms. Address, 1MB0DKN & HAMILTON, fort Worth, lex. Japta Qaü5 Is 5toppii?<5 flk D0ffiNAtí ZL SAMEtíLS, 608 Main Street. Baila , Texas. Wholesale and Itetall Donleis In Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds and in endless varieties. Guitars, Banjos, Violins, and all kiqtfs of Musical Instruments, at About One Half the Price Asked in Any Other Hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

Y:r ~ B i j'W m Et'v THE SOUTHERNMERUUUXi VALLASt TEXAS, DEC. 12. 188*. THE FAMILY. - LADIES. Angalia* bounty. Dear Editor:—I am altttig toy the bedtide of my tick buabtsd 1 cannot think of anything to do oat to try to wiito a few line* to th« dear old Mercury. 1 do not write thinking anyoia will bo mado any the wlaer, but to draw tome one out to correct what 1 have written, or to show the readera ot The MSrcory that Ange- lina county li not filled up with aneh thick ■kulle$)>t ople aa I am t for 1 know there are emart men and woman In thle part of the world. I think that Mary .7. Smart' letter ia a good on i*. I think aa abe doea. "What la the uae of poor farinera' wivea and daugh. tera buying fine clothing, trying to look or dreaa aa line aa tbone who have the farm* ora' money puree:'" We are juat emptying the purea into their handa, dreaain* their wivea and daughter* better. If they want to turn the cold ahoulder to ue and turn their noaea np, or give ua tlie back aeat at chur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

r-r .• •• •• ' Wj- \A (fi'V J 1 V; I'1 I THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. It, 1883. ' ' A ' THE FARM. For Tbb Meucort. The Culture of Corn. by r. a. rowland. Twenty-live years' experience as • firm- er has taught me that good resulta in corn culture ave attained where preparations are begun in tho fall previous. I prefer loamy soli, dry enough naturally to require do drainage. On sueh a soil, with proper Ullage, I have never had a failure, l'lenty si manure will add to the yle id. The cut>worm or white-skin and vine- worm are the greatest loes to corn in Texas. X know of no remedy to get rid of them. Too much attention oannot be paid to the soil for all kinds of crops. Corn in Texas requires special eare to even up a food yield, year after year. The better the soil Is fitted before plant- ing, the easier will be the after cultivation. It Is my custom to use horse and cultivator for tillage of the crop taking care always not to disturb the inverted sod and never to hill u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

'4 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEO. 12, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVAWCE) Sam //. Dixon, E. Newton, ; Editor. Bus. Afon'gri ■i i. . 11.. if. UAH T8IB OAlWFtJLLT. mrasiM mw v^o ndT«ti wiui ue- Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention l'n MlKOCHY when writ me to advortlsere. Keep business miwn mmnta from cor- respondence intended for publication. Examino the figure* on tho label on your pa- per and aee that your tun* U oorreot. Ail letters intended for Tn* MaaOüBJ whether business or otherwise, should be¡ aj- dressed t« Tn BoinnWMi MaWW**, DatlM; Texas. It will take about three weeks after .• «**- •orlptlon aro sent before tho subscriber* will appear on the regular maiin* When sending notices of ohangeof address, •a, unless tho olía well as the waddrau is given, we cannot par any attention euon requests. Make money orders, drafts and all remit* BSSUSraS WWÍWHK bogriiuh* Mbbcdut Dallas texas. Mks awwtfyffiaras numbern; the flguros on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

mm " . ■ I i í '' t V SOUTHER# < ?!PP ft p!¡pjjpi!f' lYi DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 12. 1889. Drs. BETTS & BETTS, m MAIN STBEET. DALLÁH, -:• TBXA8. iirnwnno Debility, Bpermatorrlia-s, Seminal RCnVUlJo Losses Nlulit Emissions. l.ow of Vital Power*, Sleeplessness, lieuponctenoy, Loes of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Lassi- tude. Gloominess, Depression ot' Bplvlts, Aversion to Society. Easily DiR' ou ftired, Luck of Confidence, D ili. Listless, Unlit for Studv or Buslnest.', and tlndslifeu tiurdpn.BAFl TjV, PEKS1ANENTLY and PlilVATELY cUliEL). BLOOD AND SKIN imso mo'it fiorrlble In lis results, completely oradtcaffld without the use of mercury. Scrofula. Sry&inol .S, Fcvor Pores, III tchea, Piinplon, U oor«, Pains In t(ie " ' ~ ~ '— " Throat, BUM - - .. i HAVE failed. IIRiMAPV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, weak UniliMni Buck, Burning Urine, Frequency of Urinating;, Urlno hifrh colored or mtlliy wl'li sediment on standing, Qouorrhtua, Sioet, Cystitis, etc, promptly and safely cured. Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

•PS TBE SOUTHERJV MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC- IS, 1889. ■ m. DÜNRAYEN RANCH A Story of American Life. Frontier By Oapt. OHAELES SISO, U. 8. A., Author of "The Colonel's Daughter," "From the Rank ," "The Deserter," Etc. Copyrighted 1888 by J. B. LlpplncoU Company, Philadelphia, ud published by * pedal arrange, meat through the American I'rutu AMOciMiaA. CHAPTER XL IDINO eastward Just before noon, nomewhut comforted in con- j Bcienco because of his self denial of the morn- ing, Ned Perry scanned the distant prairie in search of the hunt. It was nearly lun- cheon time, and he expected to find the party making its way to the little stream whither the baskets, boxes and hampers had been dispatched by wagon some hours before; but when lie sighted the quartermaster driving homeward in hia buggy he learned from that bulky vetr erau that rabbit after rabbit had been run, and that the whole party had finally decided to give dogs and horsea a cool drink down in the Monee valley before , start...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

m A ■ k i TEE SOUTHERNMERCURTi DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC• 12* 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. ▲ Bagging Factory to be Established at Marble Falls—An Acoouut of the Stockholders' Meeting in November. Editor Mbbcuky:—Our stockholders' meeting st Marble Fall held oa the 20, 21 and 22. was s success. Perfect satisfaction nnd harmony prevailed. All were well pleased, in fact, enthuied with the idea that the Marble Falls' water-power be- longed to us, and that arrangements are now being made to commenoe work as soon as possible to build a cotton bagging facto* ry. Tills klud of a lactoijr, as every cotton raiser knows, Is badly needed in Texas. There were commissioned at our meet* ing lour or live brethren to float stock in tlielr respective counties, who will com menee at once to get money, cattle and notes to be used In building the factory. And now, as we need money to build our factory, bo that we make our own bagging for lSttO, and at the same time protect our- selves against the jute trust, we there...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 December 1889

w THE ¡SO UTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC• 12, 1889. 1 m l r.i ÜH Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COST? -taa -ea Jipe Imperial Ijft li?surai?<;e ^o/r\pai?y, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. This Company offers Insurance at coat. It I* tbe cheapest resillar insurance In the world. Before iuburiiiK your life it will pay you to investigate the claims of the Imperial. OVGood assents wanted in every county in Texas to whom liberal Inducement* are offered. Address PATTKKSON & CLARK, State Agents, Dalla?, Texas. OFFICIAL. Stat* AlUaneo Officials. J. D. Fiildh, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. M. Pibdue, West Mountain, Upihur Co.- vloe-presldont. 8.0. Daws, Bprlnytown, Parker Co., seore- tary-treasurer. D. M. Hduph, Alexander, Erath Co., lecturer b. J. Kkndmck, Waoo, McLennan Co., ex. •cutive committee. D. M. Comkinouam, Hoauklss, Willlamaon Co., executive committee. b, f. Booebs, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex. eoutlve committee. Official Kulinir. I have received several Inqulr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

IS?: 'V IémíímiMÍ; -mm I-iT i ■ <«?■ £ 1 "QRGANtZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] ' LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " C\ lie i Rf ? \ , \, I* ft S U -- r'V vS* r . fev; Btlii rox. nil. xo. si. DALLAS^ TEXAS, THURSDAY,:DECEMBER 19,1889. WHOLE WO. 899. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Office, Corner Fuurth and Houston Streets, "Money always on baud to loan upon farms, mnohes, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest our it nt rates. Loans olosod quickly. Corrcsppudenco invited. Choice securities secure low rates, and easy terms. Address, IM irrespou ltODEN Si HAMILTON, Fort Worth, Lex. Jap ta Qau5 Is Jtoppii?^ /it D0ffiNAtí & SAMEÜLS, 608 Main Street. Dallas, Texas. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry of all kinds and in endless varieties. Guitars, Banjos, Violins, and all kinds of Musical Instruments, 0T at About One Half the Price Ai-ked in Any Other Ho uso in Trias. «¿¡¿J To reduce o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

A ^ * < TEE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC\ 19, 1839. A Long and Eventful Career fa i Business, War mo4 Politics. The Two . Kentucky Bom UoMhl ,nd Davii — On tba North Frontier—A Cotton Planter—.JCnten ftmpMi—Dm Mexican War at the Southern | Confederacy—XMfrtioMMent, Beleaea an4 ¡ Old Age. More than eighty year* ago two K«ntneky i is Widely boys, boru in widely different social ipberes, entered upon still moro widely diverse careen: Abraham Lincoln, in Hardin (now Larue) oounty, and Jefferson Davia, in Christian (bow Todd) cotuity; Lincoln born February 13, 1809, muI Darla «u the 3d oí Junepro- redlns. 7 jsrraiusoN davts. [Fran a war time portrait.] Ko dark *Jbyl hailed them at their birth aa the oomiag expones te ef an awful «trufóle. No prophet would hare dared predict in the days of their prominence «hat the rugged Lincoln was aeon to fall, while the defeated, an invalid during a third ef his life, would •urvlvc his great antagonist fer a quarter of [ all the actors of hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

sxp \ I > ggjg SOVrilElWMERaOIlY: DALLAS. TEXAS. DEC. 19. 1839 Contlnuod from Page 8. Mr Benjamin was popuiariy oreaitea witn being the "ruling Bpirit." He was among tbe last to leave Richmond And to part with President Davis; be escapod arrest and Im- prisonment by flight to l^andou, where be became a British subject, and soon eutered on k carcer at tho bar so brilliant and successful that it caused liis American failures to be al- most forgotten. DAVIS IN PRISOX. The Inaugural address of President Davis 'Was read with breathless interest in every part of tho. country, as, in tho prevalent Ignorance and confusion, men sought in it tho Indications of peace or war. But it was not in the power of any man, however wise, at that timo to give assurances. Tho most sig- nificant passage in it, perhaps, was this: "We have entered upon a career of inde- pendence, and it must be inflexibly.pursued. Through many yoars of controversy with our lato associates of tho northern states wa have va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

1 O ft ■ THE SOUTHER#MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 19, 1889. I^BvL. The Southern Mercury (Ore MUIB A YEAR IN ABVAKCÍ) 5am H. Dixon, £. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr. MBA* THIS O ARBVOTUbY. fttMUM am who advertise WHb us. Adrertfslnjr ittn furnished ob apptloftlon. Always mum Tan lUiont wbea wftt *> to advertisers. tMpkunw matters tew rare troca oer- respondeat iBteafed (or pamtottta. Kxamtno the flfuree en the label m row pc Pot tad see tkatyeur time is eeitoet. .■*11. letters launM fer Taa whether bylaoes or otherwise, ebeuldt*"!- «nwmiItoTaafiooTmuH unacunv, Delias, It will tales about three weeks aftorim*" scripdena are tent keNiro tlio xubboMJJwí «mn.es will appear on the regular mKUñg Mihna tending notices of obtutaeef *ddrots. ••¡«alai tiM olrt •> well aa the rjw«UNH M^MIl ° C"s"0t p*r Wllr Mtont,°* ,W^ Moka money o Mart, drafts M>4 all *" a.vatil* to the order of TunSot „ —_j*. iuid address , all Jettetn Booth mix Mnncvav Dalins Veas . T°" to the ordar addi WM Renew you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

TEE SOVTEERJf MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEO. 19. 1889. I 1/ i Ors. BETTS i BETTS, 926 MAIN STltUET. PAXiLAH. TJEXAS. NCDUnilQ Debility. BiiormatorihcDa, Seminal ntnTUUO Loige', Night Emissions, l.oes of Vital Powers, Sleeplessness, Despondency, Loas of Memory, Confusion of ideas. Lassi- tude, Gloomlaes , Dopie<alon of Spirits, Aversion to Hc 'ety, Easily Dwou-aged. L íck of Cnntldonce, D II. Listless. Unt't Tor 8 udv or Business and Hilda life a burden, BAT1' TjV, PEKM ANENTL1' and I'HIYATKLT CUHED. BLOOD ÍND SKIN SST5St1SS!&V% resulta, completely eradicaod without tliu use of mercury. Scrofula E ytitn inH, Fever Pores, B1 tches, Pimples, X) cor". Pains In tnu Head and Hont's, Sjplilcitle S no Throat, Mouth and Tonirue, < atarrh. oto. 7'BKM ■ NKNTl Y CUBED WHEN OTHERS HAVE FA I ED. Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Buck,Burningr Urine, Freqrenerof UriiiHl ng, Crirte hiirh colored or milky wuh sediiumit on standiuu, Gononhu'o, Giect, Cystitis, eto, promptly and aaioly cured. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

gspf-™"■' HHP , 'w •■ • TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC' 19, 1NMVEN RANCH A Story of American Frontier Life. ' By Oapt, OHABLES KINO, U.&A., Author of "The CalonrV* Daughter,1' "From tht Rankt," "The DeterUr," Kto. Copyrighted 1888 by J. B. Llpplncott Company, Philadelphia, and published by special arrang mint through the American Press Association CHAPTER XIL H O USE the expression of Mr. Dana, "Ned Perry seemed off his feed" for a day or two. The hunt had been pronounced a big success, despite tho fact of Perry's defection—be had not even joined them at luncheon—and it was agreed that it should bo repeated the first bright day after muster. That ceremony came off on Monday with due pomp and formality and much rigidity of inspection on the part of the post commander. It was watched with interest by the ladies, and Mrs. Belknap even proposed that when the barracks and kitchens were being visited they should go along. Dana had been her devote? ever since the day of the h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

1' i TEE SOUTHERN MERCUR 1> DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC. JfP, THE FKMILY. an «cousins. The Gluldrea. [Found In the desk of 0 jarlas Dickens after hla death.] Whan the lsssoas and tasks ara all onded, Add the soaool for the dar 1* dismissed, And the little oua gather ureu«d me To bid me ' geoeaight" lis us klasad; Oh, tho little white arm that enolrolo My neck lu a tender embrace' Oh. the smiles that are halo* af heaven. Sucddlag sunshine and love 09 my faoel And when they are srono, I sit dreaming Of my childhood, toe lovely to last; Of lore that my hesrt will rsmember When it wultes to the pulse ef the jiaat, Ere the world and its wiokednoss made me A parmer of sorrow and tin; When the glory of God was about me, And the gl«ry of giatlntas within. Oh, my heart grows weak as a woman's And the fountains of feeling will How, When 1 tblak of the paths stuep and stony Where the ¡eel of the dear ones must bo; Of the mountains ef sin hanging o'er them, Of the tempests of fate blowini wild; Oh, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 December 1889

m y i m ■ 117 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS. DEC- 19, 1889. . r Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON1' for Insurance AT COSTf -«* Jl?e Imperial Ipsurai^e Qo/i\papy, DETROIT, MIGMIG-AN. This Company offers Insurance at coat. It lithe cheapest regular lusurauco In tbe world, Before insuring your life it will jmy you to Investigate the clulms of tho Imperial. wrdoud aneuts wauted In every county In Texas to whom liberal inducements are offered. Address I'ATTKRSOK 4 CLARK, Statu Agents, Dallas, Texas. DPFICIHL. State Alliance Oficial . J. D. Fields, Manor. Travis Co., president. J. M. Fiance, West Mountain, Upshur Co.- ▼toe-president. •H.O. Daws, Bpringtown, Parker Co., score tary- treasurer. D. M. Bumph, Alexander, Erath Oo., lecturer B. J. Ksndsick, Waoo, McLennan Co., ex • eeutlve commltteo. D. M. CnmnKQUAH, Beauhlse. Williamson Co., oxeoutlve committee. B, F. Booms, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex. eoutlvo oommltteo. Offlolal Xulin*. I biTt received several Inquiries regard- lac the a...

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