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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

>:&&r Í "■ * 0 VMi b [I "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" v [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JU8TIOE AND EQUALITY- rot. lx. jco. 11. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH IS, 1890. WHOLE WO. 4.11 MM ■ %*■< [w Iffe PSSK'S- l. ,-AV.'v,'' %< A ■ ■ th¿, ■ 'ííff ■ '•'•■ %; fetf Í " I V" ; I#41 l< KiStW I , "«'at L. A WALL. iMIttlir. L. O HAMILTON. Tie*-Pre*, and Ora. Hut D. BAIBBY.^JIL THE mBODXN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. WET WOBTH, TEXAS. Amfsbmxkts.—Theatre goera art very liable ta (ODttMi • severe oouk or cold A ••farad seUable cure is Dr. liiri Cough By ra*. Prioc ■TUT County secretary requested la present the elalass oi Tnn Mbbccbt ta bis Allluaa and urge Uta sssmbers to sub earl be and to maw their subscriptions at Omit a postal aard hearing the address of the secretary of yaw sob-Alll- snee la accessary to recelvo a supply of tha lataat laana oí Ta Huevar far free die- trlbutlon. Some Children Growing Too Fast baoomo listless, fratful,...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

¡r ■UNOBNCB. White WritM Another Oood Latter. He Paya Bia Beapeeta to Bro. Tatta. Editor Mercury :—Bro. Tetta of Ruaton, La., reviews, in your issue of Feb. sotb, my letter under date ofj Feb. 6th. My good brother was have not nada it better and they would not make a new one any better. Then another thing Bro. Tetts, I am opposed to cecession anyway; you remember its history. I want to fight out my politics under the old democratic flag. The democ- racy of today may not be all we desire she has made mistakes, but her hi*t> mild enough perhapa. ud * U P"*1 *Dd f •* <■ hum «•«<( v y , There ue gome bad men m the abundant charity considering the charge he preferred against me, "Par- tisan." Now I must review him a lit- tle and when he reads this I want him to read my letter of the 6th again Did I take issue with Evan Jones or attact his ponton. I said his article would do good. I said that a man who asked for credit would be bene' fitted very little if the circulating me dium ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

TUB 8QÜTHEHH IIEBCÜBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1490. m 8®, PIMM UNO BURDEN. Devoted Everything of Merest to *e Farm, Orchard and Garden. Britf Articles on Practical Tepid, Notes and Observations are Solicited. r' X The farm ia a poor place for the in- tfMfereat or lazy na The late freeze ia believed to have killed moat of the fruit in Texas. The convention of Swine Breedera at College Station will have a tenden- cy to revive the intereat in raising hoga. The cultivation of broom corn in Tesaa ia growing in intereat It ia one of the beat paying crops grown in theatate. Fanners in Texas pay less taxes, work fewer hours and receive better returns for their labor than in any atate in the union. The Texaa farmers are beginning to gire a great deal of attention to the raiaing of all kinds of improved breeds of Kve stock, particularly hogs. The Irish potato is about as profita- ble a crop as can be raiaed in Texas. The farmer is nut troubled with the potato bug here as in the mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

HaSít, BOvtumBM The Southern Mercu 7 Sam H. Dixon, Editor. E. Newton, But. Man'gr. Entered at the poetoflloo, a J 4 a eecond-claai mall matter. BEAD THieOABJWULUY. Pa tro nit* tho«« 1*0 idftitfH with tu. Advertising ntM fttrnlihad on application. Always mentios the Mercury when wilting to advortlicra. Keep bunlneii matter* separate from oorree pondonce Intended for publication. Examine the flgarea on the label oti your pa- per and nee that y onr timo la correct AU letter* Intended for the Memory, whether trail tie*■ or otherwise, bo«ld bea4dr***ed to "Southern Mercury," Dalla*. To***. When lending notice of change of addraaa, unlem the old aa well a* the new addre** la given, we oaanot pay any attention to each re- quest!. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and addreu all lettr- •- "" Mercury," Dalla*, Tema*. Renew your •ubacriptlOB, *0 yon won't mlia any copien, a* wo can't alwaya fttrnlih heck number*; the flgurei on the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

MBEOÜBY: DALLAS, TBXAB, THÜBSDAT, MARCH 1 , ISM. 'v,y ; ™ BETTS l BETTS, X Debility. Bpeematorrhoee, Seminal —• «Ight Emissions. Ixw oí tleesnece, Doepondcncy, im nnn, Jíeeplivisness, . «M^sí^tíafESHBVíf iwsffi¡vH tsP ? ¡raía «tes ggRfegg Ud Bones, Syphloltlo Sor* ™ro*L ^cW'-íS^o^Mv. toy nnd Bladder Troubleo, Weak _j, Burning Urine, Preereuoyof rime high oolored w mflky with oo staadlne, Gonorrhoea, Oleet, •to, promptly and eafely os rod. Ti Yoori ami liddlMpJ Ion. nor tiletion—without pola or Injury. M1M1ID MEN. or thooe oaterlnf on that UmrUCo, mío oí physical debility, quickly OUH 8UOCB88 *. Ist-peeotk is eeaeotally uwHr to suit each r curco wlthoot lnlurr. "Scod I osnte poetege tor oeiebrnted sonChronlc, Ifervouland Deltoate Die- " i oured. 0TA frit ndly lot- sa.'g.ay.^&yasrA... >a>taia answered unleee aooompanled ¡!rorl^fcnBo sled br four In e*ampe. Addreaa or oaü on DBS. BETTS * BBTTB 8H Mata Bu Dallas, Tana. (Ontfcrell Building) ▲ Note From President Fields. ■ - Man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

A¡ |<":• I • THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, ltftt. s * i BEATRICE. Br H. CHAPTER XIL na wmrruro am m un>. m "Supjtoiriny that you learned to love tnef Geoffrey found himself very comfortable at the vicarage, and aa for EAe, «be positive- ly reveled in it Beatrice looked after her, taking her to bed at night and helping her to drew in the morning, and Beatrice waa a great improvement upon Anne. When Geof- frey became aware of thli he remonstrated, ■eying that he had never expected her to act aurae to the child, but she replied that it waa a pleasure to her to do at>, which waa the irutb. In other ways, too, the place waa all that he desired. He did not like Elisabeth, but then he did not see very much of her, ■ad the old farmer clergyman was amusing In bis way, with bis eadlssa talk of tithes and «rom, and the Iniquities of the rebellious Jones, on whum he was going to distrain. For the first day or two Geoffrey had no more conversation with Beatric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

1"r i THE SOUTHERN MBCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1880. Organs. Bargains: We offer, for 15 dajn, to ck e out —NiB styles. NEW ESTEY OR- <8 at faUowfcg greatly reduced 895.00 Orgsni at $68.00, and $115 and $i>5 Organ at $86. MT|Y OMOANS NCVKIt ao LOW. VOL A, IATBN MUSIC CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. FAMILY PUDE. MiUtd ky ' Miss FUrtntt Martin. This depurtm**nt Is for tbe frieudly Inter* shsnn ir rr "U'T botwean oar raadars om B|lM of Interest to our lady frleaá*. Letter* •M t|(4lillr aolloited. Letters Intended tor feta «epartmea t, piea*e idlrw to "Stab," Houtbern Morcttry. LADHM. Drak Editor:—As this is ray first time, I hope to see it in print. In this part of the country the Alliance is doing *ery well; most of the members are always at their post, willing to do all in their power to keep the noble Alii' anee banner floating. Brethren and sisters, for the sake of your children, go to your Alliance meetings—and do not sit with folded hands and wait for Brother So and So to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 13 March 1890

ft ¿ "t * V'fi-; : ;v—, • ™ ,... . ™ THE SOUTHERN MKBCUBY: DALLAS, TKXA8, THURSDAY, MABCH II, 1800. Ito "STRÜCE BILLY PáTTMMSOir fw AT COSTt J\)z Imperial Ijf^ Ipsurai^e ^o/npai?y, 1 1 <ML II l> Él I > ilifiá. íUnm ■WIQMia-W. nttvHmfl i of the pattbbbo* * o: ALLIANCE BADGES Aátfttáky thá Sktk Alkmmttq/ Turn EMBLEM PEIÍS. ■W7 for A Frioe la all' mm bur, should hare m BoJI-g 14. ent o r rtlmi, Me, REGALIA BADGES, Alllanoes and members. No lodge is ooa* without a set (or ofloers and «entera. KM, orttoceob; KD! 'rioee,lo atlrer, .nía plate. eet , lit, or Me each. A litante Ntlill.14, and 7*u paytrana- aortatk>n cbargee. Rubber Mun and Bten fila, Chocha, etc., la erery description. TUB EBADMT MrO.ro., fort Worth, Texas. OFFICIAL. ■tato AIIIum oflsitu. I.D. Fiilm, Manor, Travis Oo., president. 1. M. PasDca, Weet Meontaln, Opahur Oo., rtae president. 8. O. Uawh, Sprlngtewn. Parker Oo., aecro- tary-tr<a u rer. D. II. Buaw, Alexander, Erath Oo., lecturer B. J. Kbnobiob, Waoo, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 March 1890

!iP- wttHMaiMRiiaiumt snatnsuTteamMain * &e.asr-* ' "f "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY- VOL. IX. NO. 12. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH20,1890. WHOLE NO. ¿12 L. B. 1MB0DEN. 8. D. BAINEY, JR. Fretldent. Treasurer. L. C. WALL. Secretary. L. Q. HAMILTON. Vic -Pres. and Gen. Man. THE IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. #100,000. CAPITAL, ™hKOEUVOTB?9ANO I FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. MPMon07 loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien note* and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. I CORNAR THIRD AND I HOUSTON 8T8. ga *5 free To Introduce them. une In erery Ooontr or Town fur- nish. d reliable ponen tother sex) wbo will promise la iw* It BordenStatic Box Co., ? Murray at., .n.\. Flour Seeds Given Away! Bend ns the addresses of five flower- loving people and we will send you free Ave packets of flower seeds. Bend 60 cents In stamps for our sample collection of 8 b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 March 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEBOUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH SO, 1890. P3 Sijfe v MS#?.' ! 1 r'"' I ■w CORRESPONDENCE. Condensed Correspondence. Bro. Jno. B. Westbrook of Mason county reports his alliance in a flour ishing condition. Bro. B. has been reading Joe Blowhard's letters to The Mercury, and does not agree with him in his effort to show the. error of attempting too much. He says: "The only difference between the two old parties is that one has the Jbone and the other wants it. They are twin chickens hatched from the same shell and if it were not for the color of the feathers you could not tell one from the other. # # # Bro. J. E Morton of Erath county writes a good letter to The Mercury in which he says many good things about the state organ and pays his res- pects to Mr. Joe Blowhard. Bro. Morton says of the alliance in his com- munity: "I think our alliance will do more this year than ever before, es- pecially in the way of co-operation and education. We arc laboring to inform ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 March 1890

THE 80PTHEBH -MWXiUBY¡ HALLAS, TEXAS, THPBBPAY, MARCH «0, ISM. | / FIUIM UND HARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brit/ Articles on PrattUal Topics, Motes and Observations are Solicited. TEXAS FARMERS. This year otjr fanners will find a great reduction in the expense account. The bacon and lard items will not ap- pear 'as heretofore. And we hope, next fall to see them sowing wheat which will take another big item from the expenses. Then our county will begin to flourish as it ought to. Don't forget the wheat next fall—Blanco News. We hope the Blanco county fair managers will invite, exhibits of every kind of stock, fowls and product of the ground. This will encourage a num- ber of persons to compete for prizes who would not otherwise do so. It would also encourage the improvement of all animals, fowls and soil products. Let the fair be complete in every res- pect'and it will be self sustaining.— Blanco News. Only a few of our citizens now have t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 March 1890

THE SOUTHEKX MKKCUKYi DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAY, MARCH 80, 1890. The Southern Mercury ONK DOLLAR A *«AW, I* ADVANOi. _____ Editor. w Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Bus. Man'gr. Enured at the postofllee, Dalla , T«*m, " teeoud *rlah mail matter. BEAD THIS OABBJUIjIjY Patronize tho e wJw advertise with «1 . Advertising rate furnlahed on application. Always mention the Mercury when wrlnug to a<1 ven Itera. Keep builneas matters separate from com - yondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and oee that your time 1 correct All letters Intended for the Mercury, whether butlness or otherwise, should A addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of ohange of addresa, aniens the old u well as the new address la given, we cannot pay auy attention to such re- quests. Mnke money orders, drafts and all remittances paynhlu to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry." and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Renew y...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. rffi Ors. BETTS & BETTS, r at.t.am. •> tjbxah Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal i Losses Night Emissions. Loss of Fital Powers, Sleeplessness, despondency, Loss of Memory, Confusion of ldess. Lassl- lude, Oloominesp, _Depre?8ion of Bplnts. or Busine*?. ana miu "S1'* PERMANENTLY and PRIVATELY COKED BLOOD AND SKIN ease molt fiorrlblo In lts i _ _ and Bones, Sj phlottlc Sore Throat Mouth and Tongue, Catarrh, eto . PBKM - SBNTLY CUBED WHEN OTHERS HAVE AILED. IIDIMAOV Kidney and BladdorTroubles, Weak UniriAnT Back, Burning Urine, Freqrencvof Urinating, Urine hlRh colored er milky with sediment on standlnir. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Cystitis, eto, promptly and safely cured. Charges reasonable. ToKouni and Middle-Ased Men. A 01 IDC PI IDC Tile awful effects of early Clint UUtlt vice, which brings Organic Weakness. destroying both mind and body, with all its dreader) ills, permanently cured. IIDCTUDA! 8TRICTÜBB permanently cure...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 20 March 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 90, 1890. •T. PATRICK IN IRELAND. bmwtkm-aMMit. MMtUa. Aadthellgbt kekladled HMUMÍHNI It wM MA WhOe Uvea a Oalt. Boa. F. Wauml THE BLARNEY. Vk) did you ne'er bear of the "Blarney" Jbat'a foand sear the baaka of KIBaraqyf Believe tt from ma. No girl's baart to freo, Qaaa abe beara tba sweet sound of tba Blarney. tor Mm Blarney's ao gnat a dendver, Chats girl thiaka you're there, though yen lam her; And never ftnda eat AD the tricbs you're about, ya tee's quite gooe Itself e>h yoar Utoraay. Oh I lay, would you find thin nam* "Blarney f" a'a a cantío not for from KlUamey, On the top of ttx wall (But take care you dout fall), i a atone that contains ail thia Blarney. fAaaaaagnet, Its lathienoe auoh Ih, t attraction It given all it touohes. If you kiwi It, they any. From that blessed i Tea may kiss whom Blarney. day you please wH.h your —Hainual leaver. MYLES O'HANLON. A TRUE STORY Of ST. PATRICK'S DAT. (Copyright, 1890, by American...

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

THE SOUTHERN MECURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 1890. Organs. Bargains! I We offer, for 15 day , to close out 1 pfstyles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatly reduced prices: $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and $115 and $125 Organs at $86. MTEY OROAN8 NEVER SO LOW. WILL A, WATKIH MUSIC CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. FAMILY PAGE. Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. This department U tor tbe friendly inter- tuoie of opinions between our readers on toploe of Interest to our lady friends. Letters we cordially solicited. Letters intended for this depart men t, please address to "Star," Southern Mercury OOUSU1B. Dear Editor:—As I have not seen anything from our neighborhood, I thought I would give you a call. I read Thb Mercury with great pleas- ure, and think it is a good paper. My father, my oldest brother and myself belong to the Alliance. I think it is a good institution. I think the mem- bers of the Alliance should be more interested in it than they are. Some go about once a year, some go now...

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

THE SOUTHERN MEKCUHV: DALLAS, TKXAüi, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. mr H«* Km «STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" fw Insurant AT C0ST9 -m Jlpc Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e ^o^papy, This Company offers lnanrenee at mm. . It la the ebNpan regular imium tai the weald, liberal lnduoemeut* are offared. Addreaa DETROIT, MIGMIQ* N Be/on innarlng 700* ulé It will payyon to Investigate the claims of tke Im; paItehsohTclab! agent* wanted la every ooanty In IK, State Acanta, Dalla*, Taza*. Tex u, to whose ALLIANCE BADGES dáffttd by thé State Allianct of Texas, EMBLEM FENS. ■very Co! member. I should have one. Boll-gold, ent o any addreaa, B60. REGALIA BADGES, far Alliance* and member*. No lodge 1* oom- ■tote without a aet for oiHoers and member*, rrioea. In gold plate. *et 9, «4.00, or 46o each; H Bllver, (11.00, or Wo each. ■T-AlUanoe seal* I1.H6, and you pay trana. grtatlon ohargee. Bubber Stamp* and Steu , Cheek*, etc., in every description. THE BBADLB7 UF O. ra, fort Worth, Tesa*. OFFICIAL. ■tat* Alllanoe Off...

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

X m "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUAUTY' TOL. IX. JfO. 13. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, MAR CH 27.1890. WHOLEXO. 113 U B. IMBODKN. President. B. D. RAINEY, JR. Treasurer. l. a wall. Secretary, L. Q. HAMILTON. Vice-Pro*, anil Gen. Man. THE HHBODEN-HAllILTOV MORTGAGE CO. CAPITAL, - - •100,000. 0^(HJ8T<?N^T8AND I FOBT WOBTH, TEXAS. rsaSJSBÍ" rMoney loaned upon farmi, ranchea, vendor ' lien notes and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed qnlckly. Correa potidenoe invited. Want and Exchange Column. In this column we will Insert free of charge to an y Alliance member, one time, any notice ¡«latíng to wants or exchange. Notices must t not exceed Ove linea ^ _ Firsonal: Wanted—To hear from any- one knowing of ''Pbronle" Alexander. Wu in Gainesville In 1868. Good new from ber old borne, Florence, Ala. Address, Miss F. A. Martin, Dallas, Texas. Throe Months Treatment For $1 Bj mail prepaid. C...

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

jfm THE SOUTHERN MKHCUKY: DALLA6, TEXAto, THÜJtóDAV, MAKCíl 27, 18W>. m i> p of mi: Stfelrsi^. f Á' ■ ImfíX' CnRREBFnNOENCE. condensed OOKBB8PONDBNOB. Rev. W. T. Finley of Fannin Coun- ty says that his alliance (Richlow) is strong in the faith and full of good work. His alliance has adopted strong resolutions pltdging to use cot- ton bagging to cover the next cotton crop. Rev. S. C. Gartman of Montgomery County writes a very encouraging let- ter and gives encouragement for the alliance principles. He favors consol- idation and adds : Oh, would that all the farming people become united as one strong body, that it might give sufficient power to enable us to climb to the top of all opposition, and there stand to see the last dibtual cloud pass by, and have the brightest ray of the noon-day sun illumin our path to greater achievements. I love The Mkrcurv which is now a power in the State. Uro. E. R. Johnson of Stephens ■ County makes a good report of the al- liance in Stephens Cuu...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MÁRTIR 27, 1890. PJIRM AND BARDEN. $7^ „ | ' Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. POULTRY YARD. SMALL VS. LARGE FLOCKS. The aihbition of the amateur poul- terer is often apt to be too high. He flies to conclusions. If too hens net a certain profit, i ,ooo will certainly ten-fold it. There is just where he is wrong. Small flocks always receive better care than large ones. It stands to reason. A roan has more time to devote to a small flock, one-tenth more time than with one ten times larger. Sickness is more readily noted, and all the necessaries more apt to be attend ed to than with a flock that consumes the best part of the day to feed and water. With small flocks a man has time to buy the feed and keep the stock at exercise; he has time to daily gath- er up the droppings; and to change nests and to keep the place clean. Large flocks...

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

THE SOUTHERN MEKCLKV: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 18 u. The Southern Mercury ONI DOLLAR A VEAHi IN AOVANOfc Sam II. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the poatofflce, Dalla* Texaa, as second-clan* mail mattar. HE AS THIS CARBFUIiLY. Patronize those wJí-j advertido with us. ArtvertisiuK ratón furnlnhed on application. Always tneutlon the Mercury wken writing to advorllhurn. Keep business matters separate from corre* poadeuce Intended for publication. Examine the figures ou the labol on your pa- per find fee that your time U correct. All lotters Intended for the Meroury, whether budness or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of change of address unloss the old as well as the now address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to such re quests. Malee money orders, drafts and all remittance payable to the order of the "Southern Morcu- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Toxas. Kenew you...

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