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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 February 1890

s';' . ,( THE MJtRCDRY: DALLAS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MR, 90, 1880. ! :i:ii 5 1 On. BOTS I BETTS, «unnuR TIBXA.it. rous hssw !sw i?°E^8/^pnprrr%w Oloomliie*", Diore; lon of Spirits. Aversion to Sc'ety, Banl'y Dlaiouraged. Lee* of Confldenoe, Dull. Llstles*. Uuttt for B uy - *M" and flnds co^KBfr' _ _ Fililí MIOIIvi alifflnihB.'vr''®"' BLOOD AND SKID iorrlblp «incite nmplctely erad roiiry. Borofu Bonk, bl tches, Plmolof, - —■-. ¡_ ~ " and Bone*. Bjphioitlo Sore T'¡r2*t' - •• t iuhíiVi • « riHN result*, completely eradlco'od without the - oi?new,-,r5'- -"or?fu;iiSiS'Tal^.mttw The Publio Sohool Bystam-As laud At It Ought to Be. It FA'LBD. MOIIUDV Kidney and Bladder Trouble*. Weak OHinAni Bitok, Burning Crine, Froqrencyof WVinating, Urine high oolo^d e^,™kJ^n*JíJ, sediment on etandinir, Gonorrhoea, Qieet, Cystitis, "" Onmei To Yrnini and NiiMMpi Men. A SURE CURE Weakness destroying boi b mind and nodv, with all 1U dreaded 111*, permanently oured. IIDCTUDAI BTOIOTUBB permanently cured. Untlnn...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 February 1890

¡WIP m? " r THB SOUTHERN MEUCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSPAY, FEB. 20, 1890. Beatrice;. By H. EIDEB HAOGAED. CHAPTER VIL A MATIIIIIONIAL TALK. —Mia .,, V "Eflle, my love, give ma a Mm and go liomtf" Boforo Geoffrey Bingham dropped off Into • troubled nleop on that evuutful niglit ha learned that tho girl who had saved hiu life at tho risk, and almost at the cost, of hor own was out of danger, and In his own and more reticent wiiy ho thunkud provideneeas hearti- ly as did Owen Duvies. Then he wont to sloep. When ho awoke, feeling very sick and no «tiff and soro tlmt bo could scarcely move, the broad daylight was streaming through the blinds. The place was perfectly quiet, for the doctor's assistant who bad brought him back to life, and who lay upon a couch at the further end of tho room, slept the silent sleep of youth and completo exhaustion. Only an eight day clock on tho inantolplece ticked in that solemn and uggrossive way which clock* affect in tho stillness. Geoffrey strained Id e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 February 1890

< . worm irgans. Bargains! We offer, for 15 days, to close out certain styles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatly reduced r rices: $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and $115 and $125 Organs at $86. ESTEY ORGANS NEVER 80 LOW. WILL A. WATKIN MUSIC CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. FAMILY PAGE. Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. Thtftdip rtm ni li íor tl.o iflondly Inter- •hango 01 op nlo ia letween our reu«!or* on lopioH of Interest 10 our la ly friend . Letter* are co dlally *oliuited. Lotto-* Intended for Mi* A ipartment. please addrcas to ' "8r*B," Houtbern Mereurv. COUSINS. Editar Mercury I will try and write another letter. Í am a girl n years old, my papa takes The Mer- cury and I like to read the childrens page. Crops are very good here. I havn't picked any cotton this year, my papa didn't plant any. I went to the San Antonio fair and liked it splendidly. I will close by asking a riddle: Round as a biscuit busy as a bee, prettiest little thing you ever did see. Success to The Mercury and the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 February 1890

w m* Bam Ym "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" far Jmmmmee AT COSTt ~m Jtye Imperial tjft Ipsurai^e <5o(r\par?y, ' DEVROI*. MIGMIQ*. Ttile Oamaauy oibro Ineuranee at ooet.lt ill the eheapect regular Insurance in the world. Botare toiHu your fete it will pay you to jnrasticatc tha oUlm of tha Imperial. aarOood acento wauled in em* oountr in t .. ... *Í¡1¡utacmeBU are offered. Addrooe PATTERSON A CLARg, Bute Astute. Saltas, Texoo. ALLIANCE BADGES Adapted by the State Alliance# Texas KMBLfiM FENS. ■very meiutwr ohould hare one. ■•ll-COld. eat o any addreoo, 86c REGALIA BADGES, laJC^TLf BM <W A J IH ' tBSOve THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 80, ISM. i,;: / AIManeoe a ad member . Mo lodge 4 oom- mm* without a eet for ofllcore and members. Maes, in gold pice eet 9. or 4Se eaob- I tfw, ftU W, or Mo each. ■VAlUanae oealo «.«, and you pay trane. ■ortation chargee. Rubber Stamp* aad Stan ¡5. Obecka, eta., in every deeerlptlon. thsiuudmt Mmcak •teto Alliance OflteUla. I. D. Iblm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

!tí> Wn I f \ 'organize. educate ano oo-operaten [(OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] ' liberty, justice and equality < VOL. IX. JV0.9. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY£7,1890. WYESTIEHT BANKERS rem- worth, tkxas. Offto*, Oomw Puurth and Mouttoo StrMta, 1 llaiini always on band to loan upo* fama, ranchea, ▼•adora' llaa notot and city pwiwuit SWSrteurr^ntrate*, Loans olo^qu<ckly. fB^.aauriüe. ■nun low ratea, and ensy terms- IMBODkN m HAMILTON. Kort Worth, lea. 300 Dollars -IN- PREMIUMS «■beoffered to Purchasers through II. O. P. KOCn 6c CO'8 Illnatrnted FASHION CATALOfiUE. A Guide of haw to bur HIT GOODS FROM NEW YORK and have them i the order amount) " lo' ih 10, to. and mulled free upon lion i listing and Illustrating, with over 2,0 0 phs and wood-outs, eTerythln* needed for W/Oents* and Children's wear and sdorn- 1 Hcuasfcscplng Quods, eta IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS ItMn. and 21th ¡Mew.TDtt In writing please mention this paper- VARIETIE^JF FLOWER SEED...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

THB tOOTHKMh tocW: PALLA WJLA& TflPBBDAT, TKB. §7, im •— CDRREBPPNOBNCE. In a JTon-Parttaan Spirit. The people of this country like to belong to a party. They have par ties for everything—social parties, re- ligious and political parties. And men are very proud if they carry the collar marks of the party which took care of their father's votes. So general is this feeling that, when now and then a man is found who refuses to be marked and branded for any party, he is pronounced a crank, or a place seeker—as though it were the meanest of motives for one to seek a good place for one's self. But as we now understand the term, parties constitute the greatest curse of this country—so highly blessed of God; and 'because they lead their votaries to forget the trae interests of their country for the spoils of office in the case of political parties. All things come to be manip- ulated with a view not to the prosperi- ty of the country but to party success. This kind of party machine dwar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

mz . ' a ' , ítí"Ñ' > If; ■ y TH> SOOTHBH MBODII: DALLAS, THÜB8DAT, TUB. «, UN. THE PRRM. To tkc Tarmars. Place /our orders early for cotton tagging. I will arrange to keep it in stock* if I have hill assurance that the farmers will use it; and the only way to give this is by plating your orders for future dealings, early in the season. We have in stock pure ribbon syrup iron) the fanners of East Texas. I have a fresh lot of chewing and smok- ing tobaccoes, purchased direct from the manufactory, and it is put dp in 12 and 16 lb boxes. Bulk your orders in your sub Alliances, and getyour goods in unbroken packages. I can furnish any line of goods needed. Special inducements offered Alliance stores in tobaccoes and all other goods in stock. Don't buy buggies, wagons and etc. before getting our prices. S. D. A. Duncan, , Pres. and Gen'l. Man'gr. Bread or Food? The question in our heading may be taken as the type of a class of farm topics too often seriously discussed in the agricu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜÜ8Í)At, MB. IT, 1M0. The Southern Mercury one dollar a via*. i* aovado*. «SMi/1;*1* Sam II. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. M n'gr. r.". nii Knivre.1 «i the poateffloe. Dallae, Texaa. m eewiul-rlaii mall matter. ■In BEAD THI80A.RBFUL.LY raimnlM tho « wiho advertUe with «a. AilvertNIng ratea furnlihed o application. a i way* mention the Meroury whan writing 4a ailrenUeri. \ i Keep iiimlaaaa mattara aepartte from earrea yoniltwa tn landed for publication. Examine the flfuraa on tha labal on year pa- yar and >a« that yoar tima ii oorraot All letter* Intended for tha Heronry, whether kwdueai «ir otherwlae, ahould be addreaeed fc "Southern Mercury," Bailee, Teiaa. When «ending notiee of ehante ef addreaa, ■Hiena the old aa well aa the new addreia ii glvuii, wo eannot pay any attention to euoh re 411 e« la. Make money ordera, d rafia and all remlttenoea pavitiiie Pi the order of the "Southern Heron- ry." ami addreaa all letter! to the "Southern Me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

THB SOUTHERN MKttCUBlf: DALLAS TKXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1N0. Ü lr Ore. BETTS & BEnS, Miunmnr PAT.TiiH. T I, Seminal J Losses" Klifht Emissions, Loas of '1ÚU Powers. Sleeplessness, Despondency, _i0ss of Meipory, Confusion of ideas. Laasl- tude, Gloominess, Dapre'sion of Spirits. Aversion to Soetety, Busily DI*«'ou raged .Laok of Confidence, D ill. Listless. Unlit for S'Uds er Business, and finds life e l>unten, 8a P v LY, PBHMANBNTLY aud l'HIVATBLY CÜKBD. BLOOD AND SKIN esse mo't horrible ln lta results, completely eradioa'«d without the M* of mercury. Borofuia. Bry lpelts, Fever Pores, Bl tehee, P|irole«. D oers, Palo In the ■«ad and Bone*. Byphlcitio Bore ^Throat Mouth and Tonirue, Catarrh, etc. PHKM • NBNTLY CUBED when OTHERS ÍIAVB FA ■ LID. llDIMiDV Kidney and Bladder Trouble*, Weak oninnni Biiok, Burning Urine, Freqreney of Urinating, Urine hltrli colored er milky with llmeut on standing Gonorrhoea, Gleet, itltls, etc, promptly and safely cured, reasonable. To Youni and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

THE SOUTH 1WBCUBY: DALLAR THÜMDAT, FEB. «7, UN. Pi ■I ▲ gentleman la Dnien Manly, Mo., who u too modest a man to have hi* Bam* mentioned u the newapaper*. wu cored •f rheumatlem bjr Chamb*rl*ln> Pnln Balm, altor trying other medicine* and treatment* for thirteen year*. M cent bottlea for aale by W. H. Howell * Bro., and all druggiats, Dalla*. Ton*. ! BEATRICE. i By H. RIDES HAG0A&D CHAPTER VIU. ■XPLANATOUV. s "Qood-by fgr the presentí" and the curious specimen of a clergyman vanished. About 2 o'clock Geoffrey arose, and with ■orne «light assistance from his rovorend host struggled into bis clothes. Then be bad lunch- eon, and while be did ho Mr. Granger poured bis troubles into bis sympathetic ear. "My father was a Herefordshire former, Mr. Bingham." he said, "and I was bred up to that line of life myself. He did well, my father did, as in those days a careful man might. What is more, he made some money by cattle dealing, and I think that turned bis head a little; anyway he w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

MttBM, iaw it «' 'y THEdOirrilMffl MBflCÜBY: DALLAR TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1800. .BARGAINS! y We offer, for 15 days, to close out certain styles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatly reduced prices: $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and $115 and $125 Organs at $86. MTEY'ORGANS NEVER 80 LOW. VILL A. WATK1N HDS1C CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. FAMILY PABB. Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. ThU department Is for the friendly inter- change of opinions between our readers on topics of Interest to our lady friends. Letters an eardlally solicited. Letters intended for this department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury. OOPSIMI. Cousin Rkna :—I want to congrat ulate yon for that letter. I do say hurrah for that girl, and all others Who are like her, and may the Lord send the day when all the girls will come to that conclusion. Boys, beware of the 'cop! Girls, beware of the young man who lifts that cup to his lips, and the one who is always found in a saloon or at some gambling, hall or another B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 February 1890

, ' ■'"'fS-WvfcVl THS SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FSB. *7, 1 m. WB* MB- tm* Jtorn Ym "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON*' fw AT COSTt - s -m -m Jl?e Imperial Ijft Ipsura^e ^o/i\papy, literal "-iiAS*" l la Ik DEVR6IV, MIGMIQ-*. Ms It wtM pey yen to In* i Imperial, pattkr. PATTKRSON * CLA: if' IV Mr',' Hf ALLIANCE BADGES Aifhiby tki Stak Ttxmt BMBLSM PENS. lv«ry member, IahauM have oao. Boll-cold. m>t o •or address, Ma, REGALIA BADGES, fat AlUanocs and member*. No lodftf !• fieta without acet for oflSoers arid members, frlees, In *<rtd pm'C set # lb Oliver, Pi ta, ar Mo eeob |Sr Alllaaoe seals II.' . and roe pay trans- portation ohariree. Bubber Stamps and Sua MU. Glieoks, «te., la every description. TU BBADLBT MVS. ra, Port Worth, Teaaa. OFFICIAL. ■tata Alliance OHUlala. J. A Fmw>e, Manor, Travis Oo, president. J. M. Paanon, Waat Mountain, Upshur Oo.. «toe-president. B. O. Davb, Sprtnrtewn, Parka* Oo., seora- tnry-treasurer. D. M. Kumfh, Alexander, BrethUo., laoturar B. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

W'TM IIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' \OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] YOL. IX. JV0. 10. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH6,1890. "LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY* WHOLE NO. i-10 LB.IMBODEH. President B. D. RAINEY. JB. Treasurer. h. a wall. l. o hamilton. ¡ The Fublio School Bystem-As It WCP ..I« and Aa It Ought to Be. THE IMBODB1Í-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAL, - - *100,000 TORHN0EuVT0NIR8T8ANI)l FORT WORTH, TEXAS. 100 HoAuRJ¿"R8mND «-Money loaned "P™ ¿.Xd?" l0Wellt """"" GRAPE Send 15c. In postage stamps for 3 Sample Vines. We have all Old and New Varieties, VERY CHEAP and WARRANTED TRUE- PRICE LIST KKEK.— WHEELOCK & SCHIFFERLI, FREDONIA, NEW YORK. VINES 'Acme Bail" and "Boss" Make mora batter, better butter, rliurn easier and clean cantor than any other cliurna The " ACME " WMherta warranted (o wmA mirar* and wru bnmU Wean. IVSpeaial terms to Introduce. Ha Ha PALMER A CO. lyo Locust at., ftockford, 111 BY OSCAR H. COOPER. (Btato Superintendent of Public Inst...

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

J CORRESPONDENCE. Bd Random Writes a Latter. Editor Mercury:—Inclosed find one dollar, which is sent as the "re- newal" subscription price for Thb Mercury. In looking, by accident, at the label on my paper 1 was sur* prised to see that my time had already expired. Please send back numbers if my name has been dropped since your issue of Feb. 13. I cannot af- ford to forego reading the able articles of Tom Brown and Oscar Cooper, now appearing in The Mercury. Not that these are the only items of inter- est to be found in our official paper, but they alone are worth the price of The Mercury. Tom Brown is a law- yer and an honor to his profession, but he has not forgotten that his father was a farmer, and that the safety oi this great government depends upon the intelligence, happiness and pros- perity of the laboring masses. If 1 mistake not, the idea of a railroad commission was first sprung in Texas by the Hon. J. I. Chenoweth, of Fan- nin county. And in our present fight against the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

THE aOCTHHBt MMCUJIY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THDK8DAT, MARCH «, 18M. PRRM UNO BURDEN. JDtvottd ta Evtry thing of Interest to tAi Farm, Orchard and Garita. Brief Articles on PractUal Topics, Nates and Observations art Solicited. y ) A Question for Our Headers. What crop raised by you last year paid you the largest profit? Let us hear from you in brief responses. E. W. Reid, in the Ohio Fanner says a pear tree which blooms, but bears no fruit, is making too much root growth, and recommends digging 0 trench eighteen inches deep below the circumference of the first limbs, filling it half full of compost manure, and returning the soil on top of it. This will check root growth and start the tree in bearing. Beet seed is easily grown, and every gardener who is desirious of fine beets áhould raise his own seed, carefully selecting medium sized roots having the characteristics most desired. These should be preserved in sand, carefully set out as early in the spring j as possible, and the seed stems ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

THE SOUTHERN MBKCUBY: DALLAS, TKXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 189© Railroad Regulation. The Southern Mercury. ONI DOLIAN A VIAN, IN A«VANO«. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. P i m 1 Entered at the postofllce, Dalla , Texss, al eecond-class mall matter. BBAS THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize those wiko advertía* with us. Advertising ratea furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing to advertisers. Keep business matter separate fro oorre ' pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- per and aeo that your time la correct. All lettera Intended for the Mercury, whether business or otherwise, should be addreaaed to "Sonthorn Mercury," Dallea, Texas. When sending notice of ohange of address, unless the old aa well aa tho new addreaa la giren, we cannot pay any attention to auch re- quests. Malee money orders, drafta and all remlttancea payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCC&V: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6 18#0. r ■ t \ t > Dra. BETTS & BETTS, m maim btfuurr .f TIUAM. NERVOUS I«sse"Vrfe^r^^ta& fiss of TlUll Powers, Sleoploesness, Despoudenoy. bow of Memory. Confusion of ideM, Lassi- tude. Gloominess Dnpre lon of Spirits. " " y. Easily Dlwounged. Lack BLOOD AND SKIN ease*molt horrible in lts results, completely eradloa-fd without the ose of meroury. Scrofula BryeiDel is, Fever fores, Bl tehee, Pimples, Ü cor . Pains In the Head and Bones, Bj phloitlo Bore Throat. Mouth and Tonirue, Catarrh. eto. pbkm - sbnttiy CUBED WHEN OTHERS HAVB fa'LBD. IIDIIIADV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak uninflnl Buck, Burning Urine, Freqrenoyof Urinating, Urine high oolored or milky with sediment on standing. Gonorrhoea, Oieet, Cystitis, eto, promptly and safely cured, •barges reasonable. To Young and Middle-Aged Men. CURE Tie aw'ul ▼loe. ImÜdL, destroy inir both mind "and with all Its d re tided ills. .. __ etfeots of early which bring...

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

17 Vi. f By h. UDEB H1MA1B * i e£ "Vj "Klixatmthr la another moment somebody « ¡ «re) tbi ■ room; it dm Ellatotta. 8be U*>* rvtr -xj £rom her tithe collectingexpeditio. it h tku tithe. The door of tbe aittiog rootu till ■jar, and Geoffrey bad bia back toward* it Bo it happened that nobody beard Blifabetb*! rather eat like step, and (or «orne esconda phi atood in tha room without being perceived She atood quite atill, taking in the wboli nana at a glance. She noticed that bar ate tar held her bead down, ao that her hall ■badowed bar, and gueoed that aba did ao foi •erne reeaoa—probably became she did not with her faca to be aeen. Or waa it to ebon off her lovely hairl She notloed aleo Um half ahy, half amuaed, and altogether inter •atad expression upon Geoffrey'a countenanci aha could aae that in the little gilt edged lookiug glaai wbiob bung over the flreplace- nor did aha overlook the general air of em bamnament that pervaded them both. When abe entered the room, Elisabeth ha* b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

THE SOUTHEBH MECURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MABCH 6, 1880. M i a i * irgans. Bargains! We offer, for 15 days, to clo e out certain styles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatly reduced $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and $115 and $i 5 Organs at $86. CfTEY OROAN® NEVER SO LOW. fill A. VATKIN MUSIC CO., DALLAS. TEXAS. FAMILY PXBB. Edited by - Miss Florenct Martin. This depurtment ti for the friendly Inter* •hang* af op.nloaa let ween oar mdtn on KpkM of Interest lo our lady friend*. Letter are oordlally eolioited. Letters Intended for *i* «opartmeat, please address to "Stab," Southern ltercury. ^ 1 APIBB. ■mall Things. Inanimate Intel- lect. Noble Acts. Great Bao- rifloes. Looking over the "society melange" in a city daily we see where the houses of the elite (that generally means the very rich) are minutely described from the hall and "spacious" parlors with their "massive" folding doors and my ladys private bed room and bou< doir to the butler's pantry and bath room. In paltry, said...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 6 March 1890

TkliOMfuyH liberal lifawMwU m ALLIANCE BADGES dMifttdby thi Statt Alliatut of Ttxat XMBLBM PENS. I«i7 BBli regaI far Alliances • J A* without • C&irW. member, should have one. Boll-told, mt o an/ address, Sfte. regalia badges, Alliances and member*. No lodge la 00 without a set for oncers and mem bar . "Ipia<a.set #, $4.00, or tfeeach; i( Qf 34c 8Mb* Allianoe aeala M.B8, and 70a pert ran s- charges. Bubbsr Stamps aad Stcn ata., In every description. TBI BBADLBTIirO.ro., Fort Worth, Taiaa. OFFICIAL. ■teta Alllaaoe OOolala. I.B. Fulo a, Manor, Travla Co., preaMent. J. M. Pasara, Waal Mountain, Upabur Co., IIO. Daws, Bpringtewn, Parker Co., score* tary. treasurer. D. M. Bdmph, Alexander, Brath Oo., laotnrer B. J. Kimdbiob, Waoo, MoLenaan Co., az eeutlve committee. D. M. oramhoiam, Beauklss. WlUlamaon •0, executive committee. B. V. Boons, Palestino, Anderson Oik, < aautlve committee. Bulla* Ma. 8. Ho member oaa hold office legally In oounty or atata Alliance wbo does not be- b...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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