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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

A.." ' " .1 ? k $ 'ORGANIZE, EDUQATE AND CO-OPERATE1 [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STA7É ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] I V I' I i. J' K'" ; - t::. h* pi it' VOL. rill. NO. 52. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, DECEMBER 26,188W "LIBERTY, JUSTIOE V<D EQUALITY' WHOLE NO. 4-00. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS- Office, Corner Fuurth and Houston Streets, |y Monev always on band to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' Hen notei and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Otioloe securities eoure low rates, and easy terms. Address, IMHODEN & HAMILTON, Fort Worth, lex. STATE NEWS. L GEN'! 8 WANTED QUICK- "Stanley in Aft loa;" new coition, largn profit. Sana (or terms. Olsín ¿t Co., b&i Milwaukee are Chicago. P Pi DETECTIVES! We want a man in every locality, to act as 'rlvate De eotlve vnUer our instructor 8. aitlculars ire.;. CENTRA D8TKCTIVB BUREAtT, Ho.* 11*5. i'opeka, Kansas. OOODFOR FIFTY CENTS. Cut t lis out. for this cnr.1 and £0 cents cash o...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 26, 1882. m W- "fil [ : [!</. v. m ':H1 R'jB CORRESPONDENCE. B. da Bazar's fNtut Eoitob Mercury:—Soma waeki ago there appeared In your columns an article over the signatura of "An 014 Jefferson Democrat," on the subject or taxation. The writer of (bat article, like all those drifting on the subject ol single tax. an* gulf Into a vortex from which there Is no escape. Jefferson Democrat would have all taxes levied on lands. In other words, be would have the homestead of the eoun try pay all the burdMM of the government1 and except every other species of properly and classes ef estate. Where would this load? It would of course spread the lands nto the hands of the many, but the money- lender would be abroad In the country. Lands would be Improved and sold to aotu* al settlers and long debenture bonds taken lor their pansnt. This would throw the lands lato bands of the buyer for taxa- tion and exempt the sellsl from taxation on his vast fortu...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

I& ,■ iSlí í I I U- /¿fe.' M TEE SOUTHER#MERCURY! DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 86, 188*. £ THE PRRM. firmlM in Vonlcs Laiiá)- The number oí horse In European Rus- ai* ia 21,000 000, Including alx government atuda, bealdea a large number of private ones. The Buaalfu government devotea annually 98V,000 to the purchaae of stall- lona, and ao widespread baa been the in- tereat of late yeara In improving thla stock that racea, trotting-matobea and shows have been largely Increased all over the country. Government nurseries are just now being prepared In Cape Colony, Africa, for the further extension and development of American vines—one near Stelienbosch, one in the Pafcrl, one near Worcester and one on a larm between Robertson and Montague. So great is the demand lor these vlnea that applications were received thia year lor not less than 110,000 cuttings* of wblcb number only 50,000 could be ■pared for distribution. A new procesa ol sewage purification, consisting in the mixing of amines (a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

f¡j The Southern Mercury (OMB DOLLA* A Y*AX IN ADVANCE) _ L ...... . | — Sam If. Dixon, : : Editor. E. Newton, : : Bus. Man'gr. THE SOUTHEMNMERCURYi DALLAS. TEXAS, DEC. 26. 1889. p* SEAS THIS OARSVULLY. FatroalM those who advertise with us. Advertising rata* furnished on application. Always mention Tan Mxnocuv whon writ mg to advertise . Keep buainoee matters seoerato from cor- respondence intended for publication. Szamlne the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time Is correct. AM letters Intended for Tun MW^ar ¿wassí.rtó,i!''w«!': TiXU JltwiU take about three weeks afte* sub- scriptions are sent before the subscribers nanws wjll appear on the regular Baling «allers. Whsp sandias notices of chango of address, «¡unless thsold us well as the r«waddrow to given, we cannot pa7 any attention to such requests. Make money orders, drafts and all remit* tancos payable to the order of Ti* SonTUBttfJ Msncrhr, und address all letters to in* Soother* Mncdrt Dallas Texas. Bene...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

i*;;; '! V s I f • k f É 1 s fflm i i'VWl i I . f-' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, DEO. 26. 1880. 8 Drs. BETTS & BETTS, f2o MAIN STREET. PALLA . TKXA8. "k kirnunilC Debility. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal ntnVUUo Losses Nlgltf Emissions. Loes oí Vital Powers, fileeplogEiiess, Despondency, Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Lassi- tude, Gloominess, Depression ot Spirits, Aversion to 8o"'ety, Easily DIscou'Hired. Luok of Confidence, D ill. LUtloss, Unlit for Study ot Busiue-", Hiid UudsJilon burilen. 8AF ta, PERMANENTLY and PRIVATELY COWED. BLOOD AND SKIN S^'SftSiaV . eradlca'ed without' the erot'uln. ErysloeUs, Fever results, eo: use oí meroury. Fores, Bi tohe , Plinplos, U oors, PhIiis in the Heud and Hones, Sypblcitlo Sore Throat, Mouth and Tongue, Catarrh. etc. VEltM - NRNTf.Y CUBED WHEN OTHERS HAVE failed. I IDiM AP\ Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak UnMinn I Hack, Burning Urine, Freqrenoy of Urinating, Urine high oolored or milky with sedimeut ou standlnsr, Gonoriliuia, (li...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

■WW' ' A THE SOUTHERN MERCURY* VALLAS, TEXAS. DEC. 26, 1889. Bf", A Story of American Frontier Life. Bj 0 pt (HABLES KOTO, V. & A., Author of "Ths OvtontVi Davghttr," "From tht JtanJcs/ "Ths Dstsrfsr," Etc. CHAPTER X1IL OrWITHSTANDINO the foot that there was on at- mosphere of suppressed excitement over the gar- rison this May day morn- ing, Mrs. Belknap's hunt Mino off according to plan, and the three ¡heroines of the previous run rodé forth With but slight ohange of escort Capt. Stryker felt constrained to remain in gañison; he had a quiet investigation to make, and was observed to be in alose conversation with Dr. Quin as the gay party assembled in front of Col. Brai- nard's quarters. Mr. Perry appeared in his captain's stead, and very politely re- quested the honor of being escort to Mrs. Lawrence, who accepted, yet looked a trifle embarrassed as she did so. Indeed, not until she had stolen an appealing glance at her husband and heard his cordial "By all means, dear; Perry c...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

THE FAMILY. LADIES. TEE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS. DEC• 26,1889. Perseverance. Per*«verance builds, constructs and ac- complishes whatever it great, good and valuable; it la the virtue wanted of a lion- bearted victory. Brothers and slaters, let us have perse, veranea lor our ''motto." It we persevere, our Alliance will undoubtedly accomplish ■orna great good. Our success will be wrought out by persevering industry. If we ara successful we owe mor* to perse- verance than to our natural powors. Ge- niu> will falter by the side of labor, great powers will yield to great industry, tuleut is desirable, but perseverauoe Is more so. How olten we ask our brothers and sisters It they are going to tho Alliance't Some of them will answer, "X don't believe I will go tonight, I don't think there will be many there, so I will wait till tbe next night." Now what kind of Alliance members do you think tbey are ? Do you think tboy ore doing their duty ? I will answer, they aré not. Now, lot ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 December 1889

w i /<■- MM ■ .V,l ;w ^UTHERJíMERCURY: PAILAS, TEXAS. DEC- 26, 1389. ^ — You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COSTf -« -©a The Imperial Ijft Ipsura^e ^onpapy, DETROIT, MIGMICfrAN. _ TW. Company offer, lo.ur.no* at oort,„ It l« the cheapest regular ln.ur.iuos In tlie worhl. Be.uro Insurin* your life it will pay you to investigate the claim, of every county In Tosa,, to « horn liberal lfiduotmouti aro offered* Add rex* ' flCCCCD 8üE£Di ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alliance of Texas EMBLEM PENS. IB very me inner, should bav« one. BolUffold, lent to any address, ito REGALIA BADGES, . for Alliance* and number*. No lodffo la com' Diets without a aet for offloera and mjmboM. Frioes, in gold p a'e *et 0, $4.00, or tío eaoh; In sllTsr, fll 0), or Oto eaob. Or Alliance acal* 11.86, and you pay tran*- portation obarge*. ttuboer Stamp* and 8 ten Ol a, Cbooka, ate., In every description. TOS BRADLEY Ml" O £0.. Fort Wortu. Teiaa. OFFICIAL. Stat* ▲Ulanos Officials. J.D. Field*,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

h ti * "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' VOL. IX. JW. 1. \' FORT DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY2,1890. WHOLE NO. 4.01. INT BANKERS DRTH, TEXA8' Office, Corner Fourth and Houston Streets, W*Monev always on hand to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' Hon notei and olty property St lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Cprreroqudenfie ioyttad. 0hS?( Si?5Lu i ecure low rutes, nnd oasy terms. Address, TMHODbM & HAMILION, Fort^Worth,Jjjt^ The Dingee & Canard Cos ROSES, HARDY PLANTS, Largcstjiose Growers in America. BULBS and SEEDS. OUR NEW QUIDS, 110 pp., sltgantly illustrattd, Is sent FRF.K to ALL who writs for it. It describes nnd tells HOW TO GROW over TWO THOUSAND FINEST varieties of ROSES, HARDY PLANTS, BULBS and SEEDS. Kf NEW ROSES, NEW SHRUBBERY, NEW CLEMATIS nnd Cllmbin(j Vines, NEW SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS, JAPAN LILIES, GLADIOLUS, TUBEROSES, CARNATIONS, New JAPAN CHRYSANTHE-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

: v" l 2 THE SOUTHERNMEJLCTJRY: VALLAS, TEXAS. JAN 2% 1890. correspondence:. A Lecturers Travels. bt q. xm olabx. I arrived in thli county (Caldwell) on the 10th. Wan mee at the depot by that sever tiring and efficient Alliance worker, J. M. Horner, and after a drive of ten milea through a splendid oountry, arrived at Live Oak, 2 p. m. The appointment for me at that place having been publlahed lor 10 a. m. The member* Had met and dia* periled on our arrival. We aucoeaded how. ever In getting a number of the brethren together that night and gave them a lec- ture. We are entertained for the night by Bro, J. T. Blackwell, and feasted on the finest yam potatoei, in which the country abound*. From thence we went to Hall'* ichool bouae. Found the Alliance there dormant: it had not met for near nine month*. We gave them a public lecture at 12 m., and a private one at night. Succeeded in reor- ganising tbem, and left them in good work- ing condition. The next morning we were moving early, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

TBE SOUTHERNMERCU1 the farm. Jif-7 mv. M V i I Making Hoars Pay. Tetra ago we used to consider it necea* aary to allow a pig or bog to grow before fattening. It ot course required time to grow, bence bog* were from two to three yearn In making thU growth. 1 remember on one occasion 1 wanted to purchase some bogs to iatien, and went to a farmer that I knew bad a number to sell. He allowed me two lots, one of which was somewhat larger tbau the other, but in priolng them be ofl'ered the larger ones at a less price because be said they did not have the age and were not ready to leed, 'f he others were considerably older and although •mall were worth the most. But 1 llud a gnat change In this respect, until now a bog on an average must be ready tor the market within a year after farrowing at least. Taking the last live years and I have only found one plan of making a protit from boga. I couple my sows so as to the pigs •ome In February. 1 preter this to March, because it la usually the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

p •MUSO I to Southern Mercury (OMB DOLLAR A *EAB IN ADVAMCE) Sam H. Dixon, JE. Newton, • • Editor s i Man'gr. ywari this oalimlt. patronise those who advertise with ui. Advertirte* reto furnished on application. Always mention lu Mkbcphv when writ in* to advertisers. ^ Keep bunneee menerii Mwntojrom oof teepondence intended for publication. Examine tho fljrures on the labelon your pe per end lee that your time la correct. AU iettere intended for Tb* Mk Oict«t iiather business or otherwise, should Doaa- whather buelnee* < dresied to Thi 601 Texas. idthirn mnaouar, sent tSetoreWtóe"subscribers on the regular mailing It will take about aorlptlona are sew names will appear talleve. When «ending notices of change of address. OS, unless the old an well ae the rew «Mroee la given, we cannot pay any attention to such requests. Make money orders, drafts end Ah re™!* tonooo payable to tho order of Ti SoDTi'aijtJ MutcuiiT, and address all letters to Teb ÜODTMBHM Mkbodbt Dallas Texas. Benew ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS* TEXAS, JA.Y. 9. 1890. V. YM Pffi ■ 1 88s;: II \ I I —P- Ors. BETTS i BETTS, «85 MAIM STREET. OALOiAH, -t- TI3XAB. UrnifnilQ Debility. Spermatorrhea, Seminal nenVUUu Loases Night Emissions. Loss of Vital Powers. Sleeplessness, Despondenoy, liOBS of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Lassi- tude. Gloominess, Depression of Spirits, Aversion to Society, Easily Dlscou-aged. Lack of Confidence, D ill. Listlüss. Unntfor Siudy tóffi^DLdY annd BLOOD AND SKIN ease*moft horrible In Its results, completely eradloa'^d without the use ol' mercury. Scrofula Eryflpol is, lever Fores, B1 itches. Pimples, D oers, Pains in the Head and Bones, Byphloltic Sore Throat, Mouth and Toturue, Catarrh, etc.. TERM - NKNTr.Y CUBED WHEN OTHEBS HAVE PA'LED. ' sediment on standlnir, Gonorrhea, Qieet, Cystitis, etc, promptly and safely cured. Charges reasonable. To Young and Middle-Aged Men. IDE 01 IDC T ie awful effects of early n OÜnC tunc vice. Which brings Organic Weakness, destroying both...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JAM 2. 1890. It irw■ ¥my$ 1' . ;a A Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapt. OHAELES KING, U. 8. A., Author of "Th* Colonnt't Davghter," "From tin flanks," "The Disertar," Kte. Oonyrljrbtpd 1688 by J. B. Llpploeott Company, Philadelphia, and published by special arraiiK® nieut throuifh tli u American Pre Aasocilatioa CnAPTEK XV. $ ■' , WO days passed with- out event of any kind. Socially speaking, the garrison was enliven- ed by the advent of Mrs. Page, and every- body flocked to the Bel- knaps'quarters In order to do her proper homage. When Perry called he asked Parke to go with him, and when the lat- ter aeemed ready to leave tlio former, disregarding a very palpablo hint from the lady of the house, pioked up his for- age cap and went likewise. For two days the one subject under constant dis- cussion at the post was the event of Miss Maitland's sudden appearance, her peril- ous run and her daring and skillful res- ! cue. Everybody maintained t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, JAN. 2, J.890. THE FAMILY. LADIES. CHAT. íañ I d :: y. «'Star" Bu The Oa val-Call# The House To Older—Only Three Aaewer To Boll Call—Would Like For The Family Oirole To Widen And lte Influence Be Felt. 1 hope oar entire liouiehold (pent none the less happy a Ctiriitman for the non- appearance of a timely article containing recipe lor salads, fruit cake and Christmas dinner dishes. The "office man" told me when 1 handed In my matter tbat I would have all the larmers in th# oountry point ing shot guns at me. I told him the men loved to eat good things as woU as their wives. • fcope every reader enjoyed the day. I trust the new year has many blessings in •tore for all, that "fond hppes" will be realized—and tbat Laura Oakley will learn tbat "marriage is not & failure" ere tbe year is again rung out. 11 you leárn it is not a failure without love, Laura, you will surprise the entire editorial staff that has been trying to solve the problem "Is mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 January 1890

TUB SOUTHERN JMMCUÉY: DALLAS, TEXAS. J AX- 2% 1890. *ar tég~ Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COST? i©e Jl;e Imperial Ipsurai^e ^o/T)pai?y, -®i Thta Company offer Insurance at coat. It la tho cheapest regular insurauco lu tbe world, liburiri luducenumts ara offered. Add ron DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Ik-fore Insuring your life It will pay you to in vest I «ate the claims of the^mp erial. iwrOood agents wanted in every county In Texas, to whom TKHFON A C1.ARK, Stftto Agents, l>ulU«, Texas. ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alliance of Texas. EMBLEM PENS. Bvery member^ I should have oue. Boll-gold, sent any address, !J6o. REGALIA BADGES, for Allianoes aid memberi. No lodge Is com aleta without a set for ofllocrs and members ,, Prioea, in go'd pia'O set 9, $4 00, or 46o eiiob. m silver, $8 00, or U4o oaob. ty Allianco seals ll.l!5, and you pay trans- portatlon charges. Uuhbor titumps and Sten "l,s, Cheeks, etc., in every description. THE RBADLBÍ MK'G CO., i Fort Wortn.T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

* 1 ' «•< I';/- *?; ' ' SSv ■ &* "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE ANO CO-OPERATE' [(OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.} 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' TOL. IX. NO. z. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARYS, 1890. WHOLE NO. ¿Oí. I INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Office, Cornn Kourtti and Houston Streets, -i-om on band to loan upon farms, ranchea, vendors' Hen note* and olty property S&*2SF** lex. ♦ * general family medicine Hart's Magic Liver Pills have taken a front seat. Tou can feel tbeir toning, stimulating ef- fect in thirty minutes. Every box war- ranted. Send 25 cents to the Hart Pill Co., at Dallas, and get a trial box. If not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. Best pill on earth. The powerful stimu- lating properties of this pill are such as to begin to effect the liver and stomach in 30 minutes. Order a box .of pills and get the agency, and we will fix it so you can make some money, and a good 'breech«loadlng shot-gun besides. Any body ean get i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

M WVrfíjf. fe M ''' " . ■ ■ " raí. '• *-' ( i ; •„','! , , * ■-**% £ \y* " :- '/ v;.,' . THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1890. to" CORRESPONDENCE. FLORIDA. mm |i! B& It:' Latter From the Land of Flowers, Fruit and Plenty. Editor Mercury:—Believing that your readers would like to hear from South Florida, I will write a few lines. This part of the state is thinly settled. Pasco county has a population of 4,- ¡00, it on the western coast of South florida, has good railroad facilities and the citizens will give you hearty wel- come,if you wish to come to a country where there are no northers and the winter months are almost like spring time. The weather during December has beeh delightful, the thermometer ranging from 60 to 7 5 deg., during the day, and at night it falls to 50. The most disagreeble season is the rainy season in the summer. At this time of the year we have but little rain. The most of Pasco county is high, rolling pine lands, which produce fine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

THE FHRM. MEBCUHY FABM NOTES. — fruit without the necessary to do it People in the city often go into the country and try it. They im . , agine that all there is to do is to plant It is one of the principles laid down a tree, and lo! the fruit will come, fa political economy that the selling, uc d¡gapp0¡nted, as everyone r _1I fn art. j price of all commodities tend to ap- ; . proach the lowest cost of production. While the farmers complain at their destiny, the banker, the merchant, the business man would gladly swap health qpd happiness with them. The farmer who has corn to sell, hogs to kill, and lard to rend, is a suc- cessful farmer the world over. A farm without a good corn crib well filled is as barren and as unsatis- factory as a house without a baby. Good plowing is the foundation of good culture. While the farmer continues to cry "farming dees not pay," yet he never ' stops to count the cost of maintaining a family if he had to buy everything. A farmer who runs his farm on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

W W;*. • . .• • ■■■•;■:■■: • ■■ - v'>* V''- ' V;V;*' "• V-.' _>< • >?■ ' " " •' ' 4 , THE SOUTHERN MEBCÜBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAW. 9 1890. , fl he «Southern Mercury. ONI DOLLAR A VIA*. M ADVANO . _ Sam H. Dixon, B. Newton, ' & ■.' i ■¿n Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the poiWot, Osllas, Texas, as sennnd-class mail matter. bbai.thiso_aebf0i.ly Patronise those who advertise with us. Advertising rate* furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing to adren item. Keep business matters separate from corres- pondence intended for publication. ■gamine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time is correct. AU letter Intended for the Mercury, whether business or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notioe of change of address, anless the old us well as the new address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to snch re- •nests. Make money order , drafts and all remittances payable to the...

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