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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

SIM THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1890. if VI ! 'Wfu'i W ' ' pw BETTS S BETTS, «MAIN 0TEKBT. OALLAH. -i- TfiXAi. tjs.-i I k I'# Debility. Spermatorrhree, Seminal Losses Night Emissions. Losa of ers, Sleeplessness, Degpondenoy, emory, Confusion of ideas, Lasat- , Depression of Spirits. nOlDiUGSPf vr siwiiiok'i aim uuub ijicii uumnii dn* u* PBBMANENTLY and PRIVATELY CUHBD. BLOOD AND SKIN ease*mot t^fiorribie in its results, completely cradica'ed without the a a* of meroury. Scrofula. B rye 1 pel .s. Fever Sores, fil tehee, Pimples, D cers, Pains in the Head and Bones. Sjpbicitlc Bore Throat Mouth and TOngue, "(Tntarrb. eto. T'BKM ÍBNTr.T CUBED WHEN OTBBBS WAVE lAILBD, URINARY 1 Urinating, ' Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Brtok, Burning Urine, Freqrenoy of ilBg, Orine high colored or milky wlib sediment on standing, Gonorrheas, G'eet, IJrine high colored or milky with - - ¡a G'eet, cured. title, eto. promptly and safely ■ reasonable. i QIIDt PI IDC Tie awful...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

mm I! § m ICfl A Story of American Frontier Life. r. Ewen, too, had come oat, bustling «boot, gtvfag dffeo- le one or two of hts hands woo By Oapt. 0BASLE8 KOTO, U.S. A., Author of TU* Cotona Daughter," "From Ihr /{it«/.«," "The Deserter," Etc. COnyrlgUu-i ¡HKH by J. & Llppinooct Company, rbUadulpliU and published by special arrange meat through the American " * ,'*1 CHAPTER XVII. T THE head of a score of his own men, Capt. 81 r y k e r rodo forth some fifteen minutes Mr. Ewen, too, had tfemato the had ventured forth from the office build' inf. The big frame house under whose 1 walla the group was gathered was cri- den t]y used as a dormitory for a number of men, and this had been the objective point of the attack, but not a soul had Issued from its portals; the occupants were the men who made the assault on Perry the night of his first Ti&it, and now they deemed it best to keep within. Everything indicated that Perry had got to the scone just in time to prevent a, bloody an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

■HPtóim'. ¡t'\ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. !\ 1800. FAMILY PAGE* Edited by Miss Florence Martin. H ! # THE COUSINS. Dear Editor:—I have seen several letters from this place. This is my first attempt to write. Pa and ma be . ong to the Alliance, and when I get old enough I will too. My brother 'takes The Mercury and I like to reat it, especially lhe cousins' column. . I think I can answer Cousin Pink Wolfs riddle: It is ice, is it not? What has become of all the little cousins? ~ Why don't Brown Eyes write? She writes such nice letters am not going to school, but expect to soon after Christmas. I wish the ed ¡tor and cousins a happy Christmas. For fear I have tarried too long for a stranger I will close by asking a question: Riddle come riddle come right, guess where I was last Friday night; the wind did blow, my heart die ache, to see the holes the fox die make. Can any of the cousins answer it? God bless The Mercury an dmay angels hover around the editor. Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 9 January 1890

mrnmrmwwui A,. i- yt « y ■ , m IS' P BÍK u 11 sift ■ R p: my H % « «P " ! ÍCSHMSS' ;,s>™ ;V DALLAS, ;a*, >AY, lipTiTW ®, 1890. • ^ >r: w m- hw You «struck billy patterson" for Buummee at costt 'm ~m Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsura^e ^onpapy, DETROIT, MIGMIO-AN. This Company o fiera luiuraaoe at oost. It U the cheapest refalar Insurance In the world. Before Insuring your life it will pay yon to investigate the claims of the Imperial. avOood agents wanted in ererr county (■ Tozan <*> wh*u liberal InduceiaeuU are offered. Address PATTERSON * CLABtSUU Agents? Dsllas, Texas. ' '40 "J0-HE" What Does It MeanP It simply mosns "JO" for Jones, and "HB" for Uenry and Intend d as a ''trad mark 10 pro-cot i ula grtat discovery troin counter- ielM)i'B. But What Does Zt DOP This Is iho most Important to know, and while Ikiow It opposes my peounlary In.ei- eattoannounoe tho trtitft ailidooi exist. uiy strong sympathy for tho mi ilion i of poor dt- oo. ed buffeiing bJin^o, Is too gri at 11 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

ma • # . i S; 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY - VOL. IX. NO. 3. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JANUAR Y16,1890. WHOLE WO. ¿0$. Irtfa & Haiti INVESTMENT BANKERS FOBT WORTH,TEXAS< Office, Corner Fourth and Houston Streets, IVMoney always on hand to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' Hen note and olty property Slowest current rates. Loans c'—^ ,H" secure low rates, and easy terms, Loans dosed quickly. Address, nuu vi / Correspondence invited. Cboioe securities IMBODEN ~ I & HAMILTON. Fort Worth, les. Dr. Thurmond'* Lone Star Catarrh Cure will cure tbe most aggravated case In thirty days. Call on druggists. i KANSAS SEEDS. k^HAOQUARTERS for a i taifa,KafHr corn,Millo my wo, , Millet. Johnson und Bermuda liras . Meld, pen and Flower Heed . Tree Seedsa Specialty. Clog mailed free. KANSASSKKDIIO JJMIÍ. ■ZBTIUiDRB a> CO., Lawrence, Kun. ^Vltnd «111 not poll out, or out In the ejre ¡ ^^^hre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. CDRREBFONOENCB. Bro. Worley Defends His Position A Strong Letter on a Vexed Question. Editor Mercury :—In your issue of Dec. i ath, Bro. Jackson "calls me to time." Now, Bro. Jackson, while we differ a little in our opinions, l.t us talk matters over as brothers in a brotherly good humored way. I re- spect your opinion. I repeat it, "two parties in name, but one in purpose, and sir, I claim the record bears me out in the assertion, and again your own admission. As to the original principles of the two parties being dif- ferent, I agree with you. The re- publican party was organized for the •express purpose of emancipating the black race. The democratic party is claimed to be the party of the people, to it did carry out those principles for a long time, at least until it (I mean a majority of its bosses) went in "ca- hoots with the republican bosses. You say "our federal legislation has been controlled by the republican pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. R- / THE PHRM. Farming in Texas. Our home is on the International and Great Northern railroad, twenty miles from Galveston and thirty miles from Houston. We have found it healthy and the climate more agreea- ble than at Galveston. Here we have the breeze without the glare of the wa- ter and sand. Last winter we had ice and frost only once; the winter previ ous we had several weeks of quite • cold weather, but it was nothing com- pared with the blizzards of the North and West. There is an abundance of wood for fuel, though most of the land is prairie. Some of the soil is black and waxy, some sandy. The black land is harder to work than the sandy, but produces better, and stands dry weather better. Vegetables and fruits do well, especially figs, strawberries, grapes'and melons. There are two small peach orchards, and with proper care I think they would pay. Millet, •corn, sweet potatoes, irish potatoes, cabbages, peas, bean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONI DOLLAR A V«A«, IN AOVAMOI. Sam H. Dixon, Editor. E. Newton, - Bus. Man'gr. w Entered At tbe postofflco, Dallan, Texan, an ■econd-claHX mall matter. ____ BEAD THia CAREFULLY Patronize thone who advertlwo wltb ua. Advertising rato furnlahed on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing to advertisers. Keep business matter* separate from corros- pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and lee that your time la correct. All letteri intended for the Uercury, whether buslnoss or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texaa. When sending notice of change of address, unless the old aa well as the now address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to such re- quests. Make money ordera, drafts and all rem! ttancea payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Ren...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. Ore. BETTS & BETTS, Mt main STREET I, -i- TJEXAl I ' w J i ral journals were unanimous in their advice to the farmer to produce every- thing on the farm which might be con the year, all must be repaired, stored and cared for, forming an item of la- bor and expense, not to be overlooked. sumed in a farmer's family, and he! Then in regard to labor: the man who who neglected to do this was regarded| is an expert at hoeing onions, thinning as a man who, having a talent, wrapped fruit or setting strawberry plants will do it in a napkin, and buried it in the twice the work in a day and do it bet- he is only day-dreaming. Thinking implies an active state of mind; calling up images, holding them fast, and ar- ranging them in order,—not a passive condition in which troops of ideas flit across the mental visions like figures in a kaleidoscope. Thinking, worthy ground. I well remember a farmer ter than a common farm-hand who! of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

• < f THE SOUTHERN MEftCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUHSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. A Story of American Frontier Life. Bj Oapt. OHABLEB KING, U. 8. A, Author of "The Colon ft Daughter," "From the Rank ," "The Denier," Ete. Copyright**! 1888 by J. & Llpplncott Company, Philadelphia, and published by apodal arrang* meat through the American Press Association CHAPTER XVIII. Hp ? «i. i ■s in ii Hhk < I >v t Inn IK* Ian ' EH. certainly very pretty- now. It's HUch a pity tnat Englishwomen grow coarse and stout and red faced so very 30011 after they are married." The speaker was Mm. Belknap, and her soft voice wan tuned to a pitch of almóot itbetiu regret. They were talking of Maitland, who had just been as-j sisted '.o her saddlo by the colonel, and now, followed by the faithful Griggs and escorted by Capt. Stryker, was rid- ing away home-yard after á brief call at the post. Fort Itossiter, once so hum- drum and placid and "stupid," as the ladies termed it, had been the vortex of sensations...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

'17- THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. € FAMILY PUBB* 4 Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. TUB OOVBINB. Dear Editor :—Here comes a lit- tle Louisiana girl asking admittance We are done gathering crops Oops in Calcasiea parish are very good. We are having cold weather but dry. Pa is a member of the Farmers Alliance. He takes The Mercury, and I love to read it, so if see this in print I will write again Success to the paper and its editor. Adaline A. Dunn. The Bay, La. Dear Editor:—I am a little girl, 15 years old. Pa takes The Mer cury and I like to read the childrens column. I have five brothers; my oldest brother has left home Well, I hear so many of the cousins talking about their pets, I have no pets ex- cept my little baby brother, he is 10 months old. Well, for fear of my let' ter being too long I will close. Suc- cess to The Mercury and its many readers. Yours truly, Janie E. Green. worn out land j class. I have dark hair, does, and he and fair compl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 16 January 1890

np THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. BBEwi m liberal tar Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurance AT COSTf Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsuraixe ^ofnpapy, DBmOIV, MIGMIQ-AH. Thin Company offer* Insurance at coat. It la the clicapest regular lnaurance In the world. Before Insuring your lire it will pajryou to investigate tbo olalms of the Imperial. «-Good agenta wanted In every county in Texa*. to whom iral inducement* are offered. Address PATTERSON & CLABK, State Agenta, Dalla*, Texa*. — — $$* -' ."'i ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alliance of Texas EMBLEM PENS Every member, (should have one. Boll-gold, aunt to •Tiy address, -8c REGALIA BADGES, for Alliance*nod member*. No lodge la oom plete without a aet for ollioers and member*. Price*, In gold pia'e, *ot , 44 00, or tóo each; In ail ver, |3W, or Mo each. or A Illanco goals U.HI, and you pay trans- portatlon charge*. Hubtior Stamps and Htcn til'a, Checks, etc., In every description. THE KBADLBÍ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

¡y i ..f i 8* "ORGANIZL, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' VOL. UJVU i. [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF' THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OE'TEXASj} —1'■ " ■ -- - ■ - # DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY28.1890. liberty, justice and equality " WHOLE NO. ¿04 I INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXft8- Office, Corner Fourth and Houston Streets, ÉWMoney always on I at lowest current rates. secure low ratea, and easy 1 nee, uumoi rwuivn vjwwv , i hand to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and olty property 9s. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. OhoIoh ►eonritles easy terms. Address, IHBODlíN 4 HAMlLTíilí, Kot-t Worth, i ex 40 $\c&^ots for Gents only, Sure NOVELTY pacltajf". 10c. iliftm, O, Wanted Mill oUmp for eeit!«J ioctrt „jrw to gnlarcrc f<v r bunt five Inches, ■siisf "£muMH buvlidiKfitprr) to «met- Im ere hamb«RS, our* u wan tee J otmoarj m|inm n T«uf lutk, ShftMMiiil., Bonn. Uiuitnueo Catalogue mailed for Biz ct* __ _ end Oeruk dan. Experience not nncu—ry. Liberal mtiury Mid to Mil o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

" i -v i.-■ , ' /' ■' " ■'/. CORRESPONDENCE. i tif ;V;' jfeV' m mt (■ pv, E/;' Ü m Random Shots on The Silver Question. 11V EVAN JONI'.S. No. 1 Money is a representative of v a ue and a necessity as a medium of ex- change of commodities and property. If a necessity, there should be in cir- culation a sufficient amount per capita adequate to the demands of com- merce. Again, there is not a single instance on record showing that any nation ever reached a maximum ol prosperity during a period of contrac- tion or when the circulating medium was below the necessities of the peo- ple and inadequate to the ready ex- change of produce. Some writers in political economy who criticise the recommendation of the free coinage of silver, as was sug- gested in my message to the National Farmers Alliance and Industrial Un- ion at St. Louis, say that we have plenty of money in circulation to pur- chase ill of our products, but where the trouble lies is we have nothing to sell. Suppose we investigate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

- THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1890. THE FARM. MERCUBY FARM NOTES. A man who can succeed on the farm wQl iucceed anywhere and in any bus- iness. Organize, fraternalize and realize— realize your power as a people and ex- ercise it. The farmhouse should be made so cheery that the boys and girls pine when not under its roof. Bear in mind that in all climates the character of the soil is of as muv.h im- portance as situation or aspect. Examine your stable and see if you can find a leak anywhere. The horse demands comfort as well as man. By general consent the farmers of Texas are beginning to take better care ofth ir stock and farm tools than for- merly. The farmer can live 80 per cent cheaper than the merchant and yet en- joy better digestion and an easier conscience. Corn planting will commence about February 20th. Select your seed corn with great care and see to it that 4 the grain is sound. Farmers should study their business like the banker his books, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the postofflcc, Dallas, Texae, as second-class mall matter. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those wJio advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always montlon the Morcury when writing to advertisers. Keep business matters soparate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the labol ou your pa- per and see that your time is correct. AU letters Intended for the Mercury, whether business or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notloe of chango of address, unless tho old as well as the now address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to such re- quests. Make money ordors, draft* and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Itenow your subscription, no you won't miss any copies, as we can't always furnish back numbers; the figures on tho label on y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

v&Bm THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. *3, 1890. Ore. BETTS & BETTS, M6 MAIN BTRBlfF UAL.LAH, TKXA8. litDUDIIO Debility. Hpormiitorrtiaifl, Seminal ntnVUUo Loase-, Niirlu Emissions. Loss of Vital Powers, «lee pleas nous, Despondency, boas of Mornory, Confusion of ideas, Lassi- tude. Gloominess Depletion ot Spirits. Aversion to 8of<ety, Easily Dlscouaijed.Luck of Confidence, D ill. Llstloss. Untlt for Él udy '.V^VAYkiTV^K^DT* BLOOD AND SKIN ease moi-t liorrlble 'U,{,B results, completely eradlca-fd without the use oí inerourv. Sorofu'H. Eyéinoi if. Fever Pores, 111 tehee, Winnies, U cor , Pains in-the Head and Bones, Sjphloitlo S.ue Throat Mouth and Toniiuo, ' miirrh. etci. I BKM - NBNTf-Y CUUED WHEN OTHERS HAVE FAILED. IIDIUADV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak UnlNAni Bien, Burnlmr Urine, Frequency of Urinating', Drinu hlirb coo'td or milky with sediment on Btandliif, Gonorihcea, Gieet, (Jyetltls, etc, promptly and sal el y cured. ■Chttrgis reasonable. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

i >m'm §f | ?¡í Brft bkí.i Ri>. ' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 189U. SUCCESS. AiwegaaeupUfe'aslou^aai _ la Ibe morn, ere lb dew drop art dig What a «plendor honga o er tbaae way% Wliat a glory gleam* there In the sky I What pleasure leema waiting ua Ugh On'the peak of that beautiful slope, What rainbow bued color of hope, A* we gacel As we climb up the bill, aa we climb, Our hearts, our Illusions, are rent; For Fate, wbo la spouse of old Time, la jenluua of youth and content. With brows that are brooding and bent She shadows our «untight of gold. And the way grows lonely and cold. As we climb Aa we toil on through trouble and pain, There ore lionda that will shelter and feed; But once let ua dare to Attain, They will brulae our bare lieoita till we bleed Tia the worn of all crimes to succeed— Know tics oh we fast on a crust. Know thl iu the darkneaa and dust. Ye wbo climbl As we suuid on the heights of succcss, Lot sucuMia seems aa hard as defeat. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

k the southern mercury; dallas, texas, thursday, jan. 23, 1890. FAMILY PAGE* Edited by • Miss Florentt Martin. Tbls department 1 for tbe friendly inter- obinitotopntoDB between oar readers on toplos oí tnteroat to our 1ft ly friends. Letter* ara oodlally «olloited. Letter intended for ttaU iapftrtmeat, please addrPM to "biah," Southern Mercurr. LADIES. Í Mew Year' Thought . Apropos a conversation carried on between two young debutantes in a street car, and related the other day after New Year, by a caller, an inti- mate friend said: "Let us see your Christmas pres- ents." "Christmas presents," said l. "Yes. What did you get—any- thing?" I was the recipient of several little tokens of friendship—some of which I prize very dearly. Not for the intrin- sic value, at all. It is not the cost of a gift that causes me to prize it. It is the spirit in which it is given. The mail brought me several little remembrances, any one of which I value more than I would one of the thirty dollar gifts ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 23 January 1890

1 the southern mercury: dallas, texas, thursday, üajl 83, 1890. ' ' • «•: lie. am- Have You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" ftr Inturmnee AT COSTt *m Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e ^o/r\papy, Insurance uoost. II to tki <bwp«M Nfiilit iumun in tke *oiM. Address .. MIGMIQ-AN. ■efcto 1—ring your life It wUI pay you to Inwmlf the elalma of tha w^te y«T county In Tim to «bom ALLIANCE BADGES Adapted by the State Allianctof Texas EMBLEM FENS. IBvery meuKXT, should bare one. Boll-gold, aent tj any address, Ü60 REGALIA BADGES, for Alliances am tnrmbort. No lorigi la com- plxtx without aan for oiD^a and mom^M; Prices, In gold pao sot W. <4 00, or «j eaon. In all ver, iii 0J, or ¡Mo eaoti. ■ tsr -\ll1tino') souls II. 5, nn<! you pay i portHtlon oharvoi. HiiUijor Stumps uml Su n ot a Chocks, "to., in ovary tle#crlp>lon. THK UU1HL.BV MK'Q « 0.. hurt Woi tu, Tosas. OFFICIAL. Alliances, ao any wishing any work dona ot this kind, will pira*a address lue at bllob. Tax mi. C. A. McMxams,Sec'y. Den...

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