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

'Ml" THE SOUTHERN MKttCUK¥: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, MARCH 27. V \ /: Ore. BETTS & BETTS, KS5 MAIN BTBEKT 1*á I.tiaw. ■> TUX AM. HCDVMIO Debility. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal NuiVUUú Lobbos Nlifht Emissions, Lobs of Tltal Powers, Hlt-eplessneee, Despondenoy, Loss of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Lassi- tude. Gloominess, Dopre^slon of Spirits, ▲version to Society, Busily Dl f 'ou--aired, Laok of Confidence, D ill. Listless, Untlt for S'Udy •r Business, and finds lile a burden. SAF1 Lr, pbhmanb^TLV and PRIVATELY CURED. BLOOD AND SKIN ease molt Horrible ln jte results, an Head and" Bones, Sjph'lcTtio Sore Throat, Mouth aod Tonirue, OiitHrrh, «-to. PERM - NENTLY CURED WHEN OT11EB8 HAVE FAILED. UDIkiADV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak OnlUnlll BrtOk. BurnltiK Crine, Freqrency of Urinating, Orine hiirh colored or milky with sediment on standing, Gonorrhoea, G'eet, Cjetltis, etc, promptly and safely cured. flharKCS reasonable. To Young and Nliddle-Apd Men. Aonnr piinf The awful elfocts ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 27 March 1890

THE SOUTHERN MKKCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAKCH 27, 1W0. BEATRICE. Bt h. kibes ham abb CHAPTER XIIL QKOVTREY LEOTURK& "1 believe that I have to congratulate you." Meanwhilo Beatrico was walking homo- wai'ci wltli an uneasy mind. The trouble was opon her. Hho hail, it is true, succeeded In postponing It a little, but she know very well that it wan only a postponement. Owen Davies was not a man to bo easily shaken off. Sho almost wishod now that «lio had crushed the Idea once and for all. But then he would Jtavo gono to lier father and there must have been a scono, and sho was wonk enough to ■brink from that, os'fMilally vftillo Mr.' Bing- ham was in tho houso. Bhe could well imag- ine the dismay, not to say tho fury, of her money loving old father if ho were to hoar that she had refused—actually refused—Owen Davios, of Bry ngelly castlo, and all his woaltli. Then thoro was Éllzaboth to bo reckoned with. Elizabeth would assuredly muko her life a burden to her. Beatrico little...

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

THE SOUTHERN MECUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAKCH *7, ISW). Organs. Bargains: > We offer, for 15 day , w dosc out caittin styles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatjy reduced prices: j $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and $115 and $125 Organs at $86. UTKY ORGANS NEVER SO LOW. «ILL. A. WATK1M MUSIC CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. FAMILY PHBE, Edited by • Miss Flortnct Martin, rill department U for the friendly Inter- ounce oí opinion* between our reader on copies of IntereNt to our lady friend#. l<ettere •re cordially solicited. Letters Intended for itols department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury COUSINS, Dear Editóík—I thought I would write again. I am not going to school now; and will not start soon. Mamma and grandpa belong/ to the Alliance, and think it a good thing. I am in favor of a history class; I tjiink there would be more interest in it than in riddles. I will ask some questions: When was Charleston founded? What was of most importance of Jaipes •Buchanan's administrat...

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

THE bOUTHEKN MEKCUKY: DALLAR TJfiXAb, THUK8DAY, MAHCH *7, 18WI. iMPiP1 N" 1$ . ¡r,f' m m' m- «r h«* v* «struck silly Patterson** far h**** at cosrt -m -m -m Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e ^o^papy, jytass!.ür±a—-UiS >HRM. Miami an. KMvmM. Iifcw Imhn nwr Bfc It will pay jw to li ■* •f i ~^fe T8BisraKa5aaiS2. t«m tit woo** i ALLIANCE BADGES éátfétdby tk* Stat* Allianutf Tucas KMBLSM PENS. Brery mam Mr, ) should have one. Boll-gold, ent o any address, tto. REGALIA BADGES, r Allianoes and members. No lodge Is com- it* without a act for offlcere and Bombara. d plata, aot 9, (4.0(1, or tfo eeoh; I, or Mo eaoh. -AUlanoe coals «1.86, and you pay trans- large*. Bubbor Stamp* and Bten , etc., in every description. THK RRADLBT MFG. CO., fort Worth, Texas. Mti ■runt ®S2Ji OFFICIAL. •tete Alliance OflVoiaU. i.A hui Manor,TravisCo.,president. A, M. PuDCi, Weat Mountain, Upshur Co., ilua pi miden t. B. O. Daws, Sprlngtewn, Parker Co., secre- tary-treasurer. D. M. Humph, Alexander, Brath Co., lectu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 April 1890

* > "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY* vol. ix..yo. 14. dallas, texas, thursday, APRIL 3,1890. whole jfo. U & in BO DEN. President 8. O. BAIBBY. JR. ftNnnr. u a wall. 8eorel*rj. l. g. hamilton. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Muí. THE IMBODEH-HAMILTOH MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAb, - • #100.000. HABf WABTCV TVTiS ioobnab third and DBTON 8t8. I TUBT WUHTBt IBAAO. I houston 8T8. loaned opon hiu, ronches,vondorrf Hen notes and elty proportf at lowest curren ratM. Loan* closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. OOBBEB TH1BD AND HOVB J. S. TAYLOR'S rnr CUT CASH PRICES •06 Ka St.. Dallu. Ta*. Mugo Pepón Hue (fell oount) 2 cenU Ptíre WU^f ka (Mack and oolore) 14o woith 26o I Book Kid S ove , «Se worth II G4ove-Sttln* Corista, 44o worth 60o ( SkNMlM " Me worth ti Warranted fcst black Hose IfoenW JLadlea H'fkJb. Ssst eelotwd borden) 6, a, 10o i BoM everywhere for / ltt «,20o x-lneh LinenTorchon teco, k p&orlOo...

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

THE SOUTHERN MKHCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, l«m> CORRESPONDENCE. SOME DETAIL8. The Full Text of the Proposition Submitted by the Wheel. Palestine, March ioth, 1890. Editor Mercury :—The enclosed documents aie furnished for publica- tion, for the information of the broth- erhood. By reading closely you will see by the admissions of Bros. Anderson, Clark, and others, that the charter was issued and signed by men who never were, and never have been, either president or secretary of the N. F. A. and I. U. And it is further admitted that the charter was changed and not amended, to suit the emergency. Now it may be asked: "What figure does this cut?" Well, if the national body had wanted to have dealt fairly with Texas, and to give the state Alliance any recognition, why issue a charter to simply a handful of men, as com- pared with the Alliance membership? And that too in violation of the con- stitution of the national body; there not being a suffi ient number of coun- tie...

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

1 I 1 ■ H H n THE SOUTHERN MKKCUBY: DALLAS, TEXA8, THUB8DAY, APBIL 3, 1890. PHRM KND BURDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Britf Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. TEXAS FABM NOTES. Fflna Progress: Many of the farm- era say the soil is in better fix than before the freeze and that their chance for a good crop is better than if the freeze had not come. Corsicana Light: If this kind of weather continues for two or three weeks the fanners of this county will have one of the biggest crops of corn in the ground that Navarro has known for years. Brownville Cosmopolitan: The sky is covered with clouds and if the wind would let up no doubt we would have rain But we hope for the best that it will be a soaker, for all we are willing to take a week of wet weather and muddy roads for a month. Farmer's Review, Bonham: The recent cold snap played sad havoc with the oat crop, and a second sow* ing will be necessary. Fears were e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 April 1890

THE SOUTHSttM MUKCUttfi UAiXAa, lKXAo, liiL'KsDA*, APKIL S, i l#o The Southern Mercury. OM DOLLAR A *« , AOVAMOS. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus, Man'gr. Intered tt the ponto aloe, Dalle*, Texas, second-olas mall matter. bead this oabbfuu^y. Patroulze thoiie wiu advertise with ua. Advertising rate furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when wrltiug to ad rentier*. Keep buslneu matter separate from oorres pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figure on the label on yonr pa per and nee that your time U correct. AU letter Intended for the Meroury, whether bnalueHH or otherwise, should be addre ed to "Southern Mercury," Dalla , Texas. When sending notice of ohange of address, anions the old as well a tho new addren 1 given, we cannot pay any attention to uch re- fuest - Make money order , drafts and all remittances payable to theordor of the "Houthern Merou- ry," and address all letter to the "Houthern Mercury," Dallas, Te*as. Renew your subscription, so you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 April 1890

THE SOUTlliam MKKCLKX; UALLA8, TttXAh, THURSDAY, APRIL ,3 lewu. Ore. BETTS & BETTS, m MA BTRSBT OAh&AM, ■> TMXA* He Wants Brother Iran Jones DR. MARTRAH Consolidation. IICDUnilO Debility. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal "tnfUUu Losses, Nlirht Emissions, Loss of ?ltal Powers, Sleeplessness, Despondenoy, Loss of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Lassi- tude, Gloominess, Depression of Spirits. Aversion to Rofloty, Busily Discouraired. Lack of Confidence, Dull. Listless. Unlit for S'udv tat Business, and finds life a burden. 8 AF1 Li, PSHMANBNTLY an<l PHIVATBLY COKBD. BLOOD AND SKIN ease hk i fiorrltilo ln lts results, oompletely eradioa-nd without the jm of meroury. 8crotula. Bryslpel ns, Fever Bores, B1 tches, Pimples, O oers, rains In the Bead and Bones, Sjnhleitlo Sore Throat, Mouth and Tonirue, Catarrh, etc, PHHM • 8BNTLT CÜKBD WHEN OTHERS HAVS PA I LB D. i itlng, Urine hl(rh ew.. - ... — ledlmont on standing. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Qjstltls, etc, promptly and safely cured, ohargea rea...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1890. BEATRICE. Br ft BXSEB HAM AID CHAPTER XV. only oood hiuht. "Well, PorttUf «M ytm got UT" he cuke*i Fire mora «lays pa**sd, all too quickly, and ano more Monday came round. 11 mu th* t9d of October, and the Michaelmas Bitting* k « on tlie 24th. On th* morrow, Tnwday, Geoffrey wn« to rotura to Londpn, t.liore to meet Lady, fl<mar*x ood get to work nt Cham- ber*. That very morning, Imloed, a brief, «ka blgK«Kt ho bad yet raealvwl—It wol marked thirty nuinoa —bad been (■ >rwarded lo him from bin chamber*, with u noto from hi* clerk to the effect that the ciiwi wo* ex- pected to be in the ipeoial Jury list on tha flrat day of tbe sitting* and that tbe clerk bad ■ode an appointment for him with tbe totto- Mora for 6:15 on th* Tuesday. The brief wu WOi to him by hi* unci*1* firm and iiMurkadi '"With you tbe attorney general and Mr. Candleton, Q. O.," the wel known leader of lita probate and dhraroa lonrt bur. Nevar tofore ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 April 1890

WMMHfpm .... THE SOÜTHKKN MECURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1890. I « k: M Organs. Bargains: We ofler, for 15 day* to close out certain styles. NEW ESTEY OR- GANS at following greatly reduced $95.00 Organs at $68.00, and '115 and $ias ~ $115 and $i S Organs at $86. MTCYOROANS NEVER SO LOW. IILL i. VATK1X MUSIC CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. PKMILY PAGE. Edited by * Miss Florence Martin. This department if for tbe friendly later ftanso of opinion* between oar readers on wpUM of interest to our lady friends* Letters in eoitUlly solicited. Letters Intended for *ladepartment, please address to "Btar," Southern Meronry. cousins. Dbak Editor:—I will write a few lines for the cousins department I am fifteen years of age, 5 feet and six inches high, weigh 120 pjunds, hive brown hair and eyes, and very fair complexion. I will correspond with J. A. L., of Hulltown, who said he would like to correspond with some former's daughter who liked to read and write long letters, if ke will write first. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 April 1890

W'-,pb' y uleiidtnduoekdte ut ■ * tnK noimuam mkbcuby: dallar «olas, Tüum>UAy, apkil s, ib* . mt «v an Km "STRUCK BILLY PATTMMSOJf fm AT COST9 -m -m -m Imperial Ijft Ipsurapce ^o/npapy, i la «m . MIGMIQ* N BfeltwlB pay yea tela k*t tliu ib tum i* «now. ALLIANCE BADGES A+pkihy th* State Alliantff Ttxas. ■mblsm pens. Ivory number, ■&nrvyaK«h«uiii hero oso. H If7A.l]*oU-«olil, rat ^UUjuUuT addreea, Ska. REGALIA BADGES, Um AUlanoee an<l member*. No lodge Is com- pete without a eet (or offloera and member . SSsííSísfítsii "* AlllaDOe seals M^IL ami you Pey trnna- Ltiou ohargee. Bubber Stamps and 8ten * etu., In every description. th bbad^rtr«okrto;oa^ OFFICIAL. •tala alllum OffloUU. i. D, fmMi Manor. Travis Oo., president. J. U. prnxn, Wa«t Mountain, Upshur Co.. B. O. Daws, Bprlngtowu. Parker Co., seore- larr treasurer. D. M. Bomfh, Atazandet, Erath Co., looturer B. J. Kkvcbick, Waoo, MoLannan Co., ex- icutlfb oommltteo. ah, CcnxinoaAII, Beaukiss, Williamson tk, executive oamml...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

ÍLMU 'uviM 3 ^ f •) V "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' VOL. IX. JVO. IS. [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF 7'EXJS.] ■ LIBERTY, JU8TICE AND EQUAUTV • DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10,1890. WHOLE ffO. US U B. IMKODElf B. D. BAINKY, JR. President Treasmrer. U 0. WALL. Secretary L. Q. HAMILTON. Vice-Pre*, tud (Jon. Man. TEX IMBODF. N-HAMILTO V MORTGAGE CO. •100,000 OAPITAL, I pAQip nnDfn TPT4C ICORNARTHIRUAND ÍOUBTON 8TB. I I Ull 1 WUIIltl, 1 XlJkAO. | HOUSTON 0T8 Km loaned tipou farm*, ranchea, renders' Uen note* and city property at lowest current ratet. Loan* closed quickly. Correspondence invited. UOBNKB THIRD AND B( The Sub-Treasury Plan. 1. 8o M to «llow the free and unlimited coinage oi sliver or the l««ue of «liver err- Uficaiea against an unlimited deposit of bullion. *. That tbo system of nalnir certain hanks as (Jotted States depositories be abolished., and in placa of said system, es- tablish In every county In each ot the sutes that offers for sale durin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEttUUK*: DALLAS, TKXA&, IHUKSLAY, APRIL 10, isnu CORRESPONDENCE. CONDENSED OOKUBIPONIUICI. Bro. F. Oliver, of Travis county be- lieves that the Alliance organization has been of great benefit to the pro* ducere of the state and especially the cotton growers. He says: The Alli- ance has established cotton yards throughout the state and by that means the farmers get honest weights. Very many of our people do not appreciate the fact that the cotton buyers or scal- pers cheat us out of from ten to thirty pounds on a bale in many instances. At the yard established oy the Alliance the farmer gets paid for just what his cotton weighs. Besides if the price offered for the cotton does not suit the farmer he can leave it in the charge of N the yard manager, who in many cases is better prepared to get a fair price. # * * H. H. Cassel, San Patrico, La. be- lieves in prohibition and writes a letter regarding its work in Sabine Parish. He writes: Six years ago we had an election...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

i-.. , , .1 •-.* ■,-yl.V.vii iV, .iijkJHiSbMtt".-. . * ¿m* .• '% W'-' ■ THE SOUTHKKN MKKCUHY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APB1L 10, I**. i PURM UNO BURDEN. DtvcUd to Everything of Interest to ike Farm, Ortkard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. Watermelon Sugar. There is at the eastern edge of the San Joaquin valley along the foot of the Sierra Nevada much land subject to being destroyed by deep washings of sand, on which nothing will grow bat melons, only two being allowed to mature on a single vine. As the me)* 008 are gathered they are slashed open with a big knife, and a wooden scoop empties the pulp into a vessel where the juice is expressed. This is boiled rudely and crystalúed like maple sugar in the Atlantic States. The sugar sells at remunerative prices, is light colored and sweet. Red pulp melons give a darker sugar, white pulp is therefore preferred. We have in this state a great area of land similarly destroyed every year. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

THK 8< HTHBKN MKHCVKY: HALLAN TKXA>. IHIKslMV. APKfL 10, 1890. The Southern Mercury ONB DOLtAK A «*«. « *«*«01, By Sam //. Dixon, E. Newton, : Editor But. Man'gr. Entered at the poitoftoe, Dallas. Teias, as leroiiil-elass mall matter. bbad thisoabbfüli.y Patronise those wAvj advertise with us. Advertidme rates furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing 10 advertisers. Keep bUNluoii matter aeparate from correa- poii'leuce Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label ou your pa- yer aud ee that your time la correot All letter* Intended for the Mercury, whether bualue* or otnerwlae, ahonld beaddreaaed to "Bombero Mercury," Dalian, Teiaa. When «eliding uotlco of ohange of addrasa, «uloHH the old an well a* the new addresa ia given, we cannot pay any attention to auch re- quealH. Hake monoy orders, draft* and all remittance* payable to tbe order of the "Houtheru Mercu- ry." and addres* all letter* to thtt "Southern Meri'iiry," llalla*, Texas. Ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

Ors. BETTS & BETTS, MB MAIM 8TMKKT lUl.liAB. •> TKJ *1*. 'W& Debility. 8twrin«tnrrtioBH, Seminal , LOfSO-, Nllfht Cuiisalons. i.oss of fltal I'owpro, SleeplosniieiMt, Despondency, boss of Memory, Confusion of ideas. Lassl- rude, Gloom me *, D'ore^slon "t Spirits. W OUnilirnr, n«u PEHManently BLOOD AND SKIN enso mo. i horrible in Its results, completely erudica'd without the ue of meronry. Botofun Biy-lpol s Pever torea. Ill tehes, Plwftles D oer«. Palnt< 'n the Bead ttn>l Bones, 8> nhio.iio Sure Throat, Mouth and Toninit . 4 atsrrh, .-to. I'BKM - nentlt CUKRD WHEN OTHKIW HAVE r^'Lin. 1IDIIIADV Klduoy and Bladder Troubles, Weak UKInnnl Burnlnir I'rlne, Preqvonoy of Orinaun*. Crin*' hiurh ooond ur milky wlib tedlment on *tandiu:r, Gonori liten, H'eet, CSrttltia, etc. promptly tuo 9 aid) eured. I f®arges reasonable. To young and Middle-tad Men. • CIIDC PI IDC T'ieawui effect* of early 1 uUnt UUnt vice, which brings Organic Weakness destroying Imi h mind sn<t nodv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

THIS SOUTHERN BOERCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAY, APRIL 10, 1«W NARTMAN'8 LECTURE BEATRICE. Irl CHAPTER XVI. FLAT IU1 THB EDO WAR* BOAD. weaitny man at tuulrrirflii and ^ use MM | "Then shall tea join Lady Honoriat" Ooortroy'* Jounioy in town was not alto- gather a cheerful ono. To begin with, Bffla ««pt copiously at parting with her beloved "auiitlo," a alie called Beatrioo, and would not be oomforted. The prospect of rejoining bar mother and the voluble Anno had no «Storms for Efflo. They all threo got on beat apart. Geoffrey himnelf had alió much to think about and found little satisfaction in Ike thinking. He threw his mind back over the events of tho past few weuks. Ha re- membered how lie hod first noun Beatrice's face through the thick mint on tha Bed Rocks, and bow her beauty bad struck him ea no beauty ever had before. Then ha thQugbt of the adventure of their shipwreck and of the destrata courage with which sha had saved his life, almost at the cost of her erwn. lis thought...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

THK SOUTHERN MECUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBflDAY, APRIL 10, 1800. Organs! Organs! As we are over crowded with Or* * ana, we offer for the next lew days Organ* at special prices, for cash or easy payments. We have one of the largest stocks of Organs ever brought to Texas. Write us immidiately for prices and terms. Also large stock of the Best Pianos. «ILL i. VATKII MUSIC CO., 737 Mam St., DALLAS* TEX. ■ K •- I ' Km f V- ft- s FKMILY PKBB. Mkib) ■ Miu ftmna UtrHm. Thia department u for the friendly Inter- of opinions bctwMn oar misn on .•OptosofInterest to our lady friends. Letters am cordially solicited. Letter intended for *li top art meat, please address to "ftiar," Sou thorn Mercury, Dear Editor:—Please allow "Old Corn Bread" space in your depart- ment Although, I am away up here m Washington Territory where I can't get corn bread. Greeting to you all, brethren and sisters of the Alliance. I feel thankful that it is as well with us as it is; that we are still in the land and numbered...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 April 1890

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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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