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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

"ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [lOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" VOL. IX. JVO. 16. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17.1890. WHOLE JTO. 116 D. RAINEY, JR. Treasurer. l. a wall. Secretary L. G. HAMILTON. Vice-Pros, and Geu. Man L. B. IMBODKN. President THE IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAL, - - •100,000. ""Smiobstí""! FOIT WORTH, TEXAS. PWsiSSW •WMonev loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city w-operty at lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Mvlted. j. s. Taylor THE SPOT CASH DEALER. 800 and808 Elm Bttf D®11mb Tax* MTGIves to his Customer - ELEBAHT LABOE PAINTINGS and Bells Goods at the Lowest Prices BVBB KNOWN IN TEXAS. Black silk twist, H-yd spools, 1 cent each Black silk thread, 1H -ra spools, Scents each Large Papers Pins (fall count) 2 cents Pure Silk Lace Mlts. 14c woith 26c 800 Pairs Assorted Hose at Sc per psir. Warranted fast black hose IS cents Infants button shoes, 84 cent...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MKBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1890. r CORRESPONDENCE. National Beoretary J- H. Turner. Corrects Some Figure . Washington, D. G, March «7th, '90. JSJitor Mtrmry, DalUi Tucas. Dear Sir ano Brcv—I have no- ticed in several issues, lately, of your valuable paper, articles commenting upon the salaries of the national offi- cers, in which the whole matter is misrepresented either purposely or through ignorance, I lenow not which in such a way as to create a false im- pression. I give yon below an exact copy ©f that scction of our statutory law finag the salaries of the flttional officers, which 1 he,* you will publish herewith that the ¿acts in the case may be known. Said section reads as fol- lows: "Sec. 13 The salary of the presi- dent of this organitation shall be $3,- ooo, office expenses and $900 for a stenographer, with headquarters at Washington, D. C, and traveling ex- penses." "Sec. 34. The salary of the secre- tary shall be $s,ooo and office expen- ses...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APB1L 17, ÍWHJ. ) PURM KND BURDEN. Dovottd to Everything of hUarast to tko Farm, Orchard and Gardo . Brio/ ArtUlts on Practical Topics, Notts and Observations are Solicitad. (Agricultural fcxchanges.) There is much in the breed, there is much in the feed, and there is more in the feeder than either. A good feeder will do fairly well with a good breed and poor feed, or with good feed and a poor breed. But a good feeder putting good feed into a good breed is the acme of perfection in dai- rying. There are six breeds of domestic turkeys in the United States, which are known as the bronze, the Narra- gansett, the black, buff, white and slate. The largest of the bronze tur- keys, raised principally in Rhode Is- land and north Stonington.Ct., attain a weight of forty-five pounds when two years old, and yearlings twenty pounds. The farmers' and laborers' Union of Kansas have been looking for that blessed "home morket" and failing to find it, h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

•7 i w ■'-rv- v • '"*• pr^;*%•*' ■• ESPT^ v I'HE & >fTHERM MEKCUKK: DALLAS, TKXAS, THUKtíDAY, Ai'ÚlL if, 1896 Www *"5IMR'>'■«*.'%™ Th« Southern Meroury ons dollar a vtah, in advano . Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, .: Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the poitoffloe, dalla*, Tex**, a* aeoond-clAss null nutter. BEAD THIBOABSrVLLY pAtronlze those wAj Ad vertlie with us. Advertising ratea furnished on AppUoAtlou. Always Mention the Mercury when writing 10 Advertisers. Keep bualneaa matte ra aeparate fro corre* pondence Intended for publlOAtlou. ExAmtne the flgurea on the label on your pa- per and see that your time la correct. All letter* Intended for thelieronry, whether bualneaa or otherwlie, ahonld be Addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notloe of change of addreaa, anless the old aa well a* the new Addreaa 1 given, wo cannot pay any Attention to auch re- queata. Make monoy ordcra, drafta and all remittance* payAble to tho order of the "Bouthern Mercu- ry," ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

«Ti. ¿ti THE SUU'AUfcttN MKKCL'HY? I'ALLAd, TEXAS. TliUKSDA*, APRIL 17, IMH . Ore. BETTS & BETTS, munawR •f TJQXA8. l/nilO Debility, Spermatorrhea, Seminal rUUo Losses Night Emissions, Loss of fltal Powers, SleepleBsness, Despondency, joes of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Lassl- lude, aioomlness, Depression of Spirits. Aversion to Society, Kasilj f Conlidenoe, Dul PWYATaLrCDBRa BLOOD AND SKIM ease molt fiorriblo in its eradicated without the " s, Fever is in the Throat. we of meroury, Scrofula. Bryslpeltfl, Fever tores, Blotches, Pimples, Utoers, Painsjn the Head and Bones, " " ° Uouth and Ton HENTLY CUr" PA1LBD. mes, Svphioitio Sore Throat, ong-ue, Catarrh, etc., PBKM l- RBD WHEN OTHEB8 HAVB Our Public Lands. URINARY Baok7"burnln(r Uriñe, Froqrenoy of Urinating, Urine high colored er mllky^with Urine high colored er iment on standing, Gonorrhoea, itltls, etc, promptly and sal'ely Gleet, cured. Kidney and Bladder Troublos, Weak . • ae I atai . ... pr< argos reasonable. To Young...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

1 THE SOUTHERN MEHCUKYt PALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, U$0. it "After* wM oxpaitoBao with aaay an tsllsil mUhII* immIHWj 1 u> «*• rlTitrf «tat Ayar a Pilla glfo tho noat eat- lefhHtsrr nanita. I rely exolnalTely ra tbaaa Pilla for the ran of Bver rad atom- eomplslnts," Jthi B> Bell, Sr., Abl- last, T#*IM^a!=^=5!=aaB. Bombay apinnen will dote down eight daya out of eveiy month, and the weavera four daya each month. i BEÁTRÍCE. b. sim lUftim CHAPTER XVIII. tbs Biamo st ah. As might be expected, the memorable case of Parsona and Douae proved the turning point in Geoffrey'* career, which waa thence- forward one of brilliant and atartllng auo- osaa. On the very next morning when he reached his chamber* it waa to find three heavy briefa awaiting him, and they proved to bo but the heralda of an uninterrupted flow of lucrative business. Of courae, be was not a qusen'a counsel, but now that his great natural powers of advocacy had become generally known, solic- itors frequently emp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MBCPBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBttDAT, APRIL 1?, I860. Organs! Organs! At we are over crowded with Or- } hubs, we offer for the next few days Organs 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. VATKIM MUSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. FAMILY PAGE. KditU by • Miss Flortnct Martin. This department la for the friendly Inter- mange of opinion* between oar readers on Miptoa of interest to our lady friends. Letters ut oordlally soUolted. Letters intended for «Us department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury. laj)fBS. Dear Editor:—I have often thought to write a letter for our department of The Mercury, but this is my first at- tempt. While our husbands are busy in their crops, let us wives be up and doing to help them along. We must not lie in bed until husband makes the fires and feeds; but grind your coffee, slic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 April 1890

T ' |r-- M}f' wr', * B?V ' THK 8QUTHEKN MKHCUKY: DALLAb,*TKXAb, THUBSDAy, APKIL 17, A89U. " 4 *\ • VI T B«* You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON for Insurant* AT COSTf ~m Jl?e Imperial Ipsurai^e ^o/npapy, Thi*ora*paayoffer* lniuranee et oo*u. .It lsthe eheepeet recalar Iuuum In the world. i are offered. Address MIOMNtAN. ***. i,. ■■ mil p., ,, „ i. y-,. ^ a Texas, 10 wttoM ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alliance of Texas, EMBLEM PENS. ■very 686: r*3 member, Iiheuld bare one. Bell-fold, ent o any addre**, 26c. REGALIA BADGES, i Alliance* and member*. No lodge ia com' without a aet for oiHoera and members. . _„ja, In srold plate, aet . $4.00, or 46e each; a Silver, $8.W, or 84o each. VAlllanoe aoal* II.Hi, and you pay trans, •orutlon charges. Bubber Stamp* and Sten Si, Check*, etc., In every description. THE BBAOLBT MF'O.CO., ffort Worth, Texas. □PPICIXL. State Alliance Ofloltl*. í.D. talbs, Manor, Travis Co., president. i. M. Psanus, West Mountain, Upshur Co., tee-president fl. o. Daws,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

~v ^ tifiii V W "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" VOL. IX. NO. 17. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24,1890. WHOLE NO. ¿17 I U & IMBODKK. 8. D. RAINKY, JR. L. 0. WALL. L. G. HAMILTON. President Treuarer. Secretary, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mnu THE IMBODEN -HAMILTON MORTGAGECO. OAPITAb, - - •100,000. STa ND I FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. I cobHnOa«rS?8and money loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed qulclfly. Correspondence Invited. I Want and Exchange Column. In this column we will Insert free of charge 10 any Allianoe member, one time, any notice relating to want* or exchanga Notice* must aot exceed Are lines. I would like to have the address of Mrs. Sue Whldden, or a member of her family. Any information will be thankfully re- ceived. Camden, Ark., was her pottoffice when laat beard irom. Address, Mrs C Bknnktt, Kingsbury, Texas. Want...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

y. 1 ¿r' :i%.¿W j 1 $*'«¡¿4 ¡i '( Br Ü The Pabilo School Syotem-Aa Ib and It Ought to Bo. ' * *5?^ ' , ■ xr* THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAb, l'KXAd, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, l 9u It BY OSCAR H. COOPER. <8tate Superintendent of Publio Instruction.) VIII. The experience of more than tyree years in the office of superintendent of public instruction, during which period I have been brought into con- tact with thousands of citizens of Tex- as, representing all lines cf activity, convinces me that public school sen- timent in this state is deeply imbed- ded in the hearts of the people and growing stronger every day. It is a generally recognized fact that our city schools are the best schools that this state has ever enjoyed and that our country schools are reaching the chil- dren more effectively and more gener- ally than any schools which have ever existed in this state. The necessity of an efficient system of public instruc- tion is universally recognized in theo- ry if not in practice, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

t'HE SOUTHERN MhlRCURV: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. FARM AND BRRDBN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. MERCURY FARM NOTES. Letters patent have been applied for on a process for converting cotton seed Lulls into paper which will add from $3 00 to $40.00 a ton to the value of hulls. # # # The cotton crop of southern Texas is being plaated, and planting will extend northward gradually until from two to three weeks time have been oc- cupied in the work throughout the state. There is about two weeks dif- ference in the season between the ex- treme northern and southern bounda- ries of the state. #*# Corn has received its first plowing in the greater part of the state and is looking well. # # * The injury to the wheat crop of north Texas from insects has been considerable. Their presence this < year has generally been attributed to the. mild winter and the lack of col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TKXA&, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONI DOLLAR A VIAH, IN ADVANO . •# fit* i- Dm . M Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Afan'gr. Entered at the poitoffloe, Dalla , Texas, a* aeoond-class mail mAtter. BBAS THIS CAREFULLY Patronize those vnhJ advertise With us. Advertising rAte furntihed on AppllcAtlon. Always mention the Mercury when writing to Advertisers. Keep business matters sepArata from oorres- pondence Intended for publlCAtlon. Examine the figures on the lAbel on your pa- per And see thAt your time Is correct. All letters Intended for the Mercury, whether builnoss or otherwise, should be Addressed to "Southern Mercury," DaIIas, Texas. When sending notice of ohAnge of Address, anions the old as well as the new Address Is given, we cannot pAy Any Attention to such re- quests. Make money orders, drafts and All remittances pAyAblo to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," And address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

[pi r ' % ~ THE SOUTHERN MEBCUKYi DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 34, 1890. *' ■ 'jw«wwxwwy1 Ore. BETTS & BETTS, m MAIM BTUEET UALLAH, -¡. TKiAl boas of Memory, Confusión of ideas, Lassi- tude, Gloominess, Depression of Spirits, ¿.version to Society, Easily Discouraged, Laok -ill."' ~ k fl i BLOOD AND SKIN ease most Horrible in its results, oomple ase of mercury, dores, " Head Mouth and ÜENTLT FA1LBD. ... eradicated without the f mercury. Bcrofula. Brysipel ik, Fever , Blotches, Pimples, Ocerfl, Pains In the and Bones, Syphlcltio Sore Throat. I Tonjruo, (Tatarrh, etc., p—■" ■ CIJKBD WHEN OTHERS PEHM * " HAVE ( IIQ1NARV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak (Jnllwin I Back, Burning Urine, Freqrency of Urinating, Drlae high oolored or milky with •edlmcnt on standing. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Qystltle, etc, promptly and sHl'elv cured, barges reasonable. To Young and Middle-Aged Men- 4 CI IDC PI IDC The awful effects of early y uUnt bUnt vice, which brings Organic Weakness, destroying both min...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

TO ; " - THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. BEATRICE. i kK CHAPTER XX. BACK AT BBTNUKI.LT. If ever before had Mr. Granger had such a good dinner. Geoffrey and Mr. Granger reached Bolton street about (i o'olock. The drawing room woh atlll full of callara. Lady Ilonorla's young men numbered In great forco In those days. They were very Inoffensive young men, and Geoffrey had no particular objec- tion to them. Only he found it difficult to remember all tbuir names. Wliun Uooffrey entered the drawing room thore wore no leus than Uveof thorn, to nay nothing of two stray ladles, all superbly dressed and metaphorically fitting at Honorla'e very pretty feet. Other- wise their contribution* to the (¡«"oral store of amuseinont did not amount to much, for her ladvsbip did moat of the talking. Geoffrey Introduced Mr. Granger, whom Honoria could not at flrtU remember. Nor did she receive the announoement that he was going to dlno and stay the night with any particular ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

THE SOUTHERN MKCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. Organs! Organs! l Ai we are over crowded with Or- ' nni, we offer for the next few days Org ana at special prices, for cash or easy payments. We have one of the largest stocks Write us immidiately for prices and terms. Also large stock of the Best of Organs ever brought to Texas. Write u !— "nA terms. Pianos. «ILL i VATKIN MUSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. FAMILY PKBE. reading the letters of the cousins, and would be glacl if some of them would correspond with me. May Thompson* Weston, Texas. Dear Editor:—I thought I would write a few lines to the cousins. I am going to school now, and like my teacher very well. I have been a member of the Alliance for a short time, and attend the meetings with pa and ma regularly. I received sev- eral nice presents Christmas. A Farmer's Daughter. Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. This department Is for the friendly Inter- mange of opinions between oar readers on toplos of Interest to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 April 1890

'•r-.'Tr*- ■ ■ -'yfsxjrm '■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. Mi- li ¡J ií- K. I 9- S0- Havt You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for insurance AT COSTt -*m Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsuraixe <?ofnpai?y, DEEROI3Í, MIGIHIG-AN. Thu nnmmnv offers Insurance at oost, It la the cheapest remlar Insuranoe In the world. Before insuring your life It will pay you to inYestigate the claims of the Imperial. •srGood agents wanted in every county in liberal inducement# are offered. Address PATTERSON <b CLARK, State Aifents, Dallas, Texas. 1 ecu. io >m t ■ B' l E K ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alliance of Texas. EMBLEM PENS. Kvory mernijer^s , hI'MuM llHVu oh«,\ jr Roll-gold, ont ' /any uddrosa, '¿60. REGALIA BADGES, or Alliances and tn#tnb"rH. No lodge 1b oom- slote wltliout a sot for oftioorB and moral ™, frloes, in Kold plato, set M, Í4.U), or «o «uoli¡ a all ver, ♦'¡.OU, or IMo each. EVAlllanoo seals *1.«6, and you pay trans- portation charges. liubber Stamps and...

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

™ V"X i v: * ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" rot. ix. j\ro. is. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜRSDA Y, MA Y 1,1890. WHOLE NO. 118 , _ ; L. Q. HAMILTON. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mau " * """fflUnt '' ">• "* tt WíÍS¡« THE IMBODEN-HAMILTOH MORTGAGE CO. OA.PITA.lv, - - #100,000. ^^vHJBTOW BT6AND I PORT WOBTH, TEXAS. \C0R^^SD ••"Money loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' Uen notes and city property at lowest current rates. Loans olosed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Black silk twist, l(-yd spools, Black Bilk thread, 111 -vil spools, Large papers Pins (full count) j. s. Taylor ; THE SPOT CASH DEALER. 808 and808 Elm DaIIm* T®x# wGlves to his Customers'®! ELEGANT L&BSS PAINTINGS and Sells Goods at the Lowest Prices EVER KNOWN IN TEXAS. Icen' each 5cunts each _ 2 cents Pure Bllk'Lace Mits. l4cwoith25c •00 Pairs Assorted Hose at 5c per p&lr. Warranted fast black hose - 18 cents Infants button shoes, 84 cent...

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

THB Boonomi MKBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, ÍM*. , 4 *>■ l" Is i & Ir y CORRESPONDENCE. Pro Patria's Letter. Editor Mercury :—As this is a rainy day I thought I would pen you a ft nes, as seldom see anything from Freestone. The Alliance in this, the brushy end of our county, has a great many backsliders; or, at least, they have taken to the brush and seldom come out to the meetings. I feel con- fident, however, as the political cam- paign waxes warmer they will emerge from their hiding place on November next and gain another glorious victory, as we did two years ago. We are go- ing to send George White to Austin again, and don't you forget it. We are solid for Hogg for governor, Tom Brown for attorney-general, and Ter- rell for railroad commissioner. Brother Editor, I am forced to ad- mit that, Brothers Rogers and Saint- clair and others have got me demor- alized on consolidation. Brother Rogers shows up some very strong points for his side; however, the pre- pondera...

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

4 /< W -r I MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜR8DAY, MAY 1, 1890. ♦ | PURM HND BKRDBN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to ike Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Hates and Observations are Solicited. Íl v NOTES. Never buy a thing unless you need actually and need it pretty badly be- fore running in debt for it. Everything is ready for beginning the spiing work we suppose. If not, it ought to be, for spring is close at hand. We differ from a contemporary who thinks a cow is not a machine. She is a machine, brother, and a very deli- cate one. A writer calls the dog the deadhead companion of man. That depends. Now and then a man is the deadhead companion of a dog. ¿Some people get into the habit of running in debt. They have actually got the habit and never feel so happy as when they are owing somebody. It does not cost any more effort to speak a soft than it does to speak a harsh word and the former always soands better and is better. Keep out of the law. It is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 1 May 1890

TUS SOUTHERN MJfiKCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 1, 1890. The Southern Mercury. oni bollan a vian, in aovanot. S*m H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. But. Afan'gr. Entered at the pontofflce, Dallaa, Tex *, md-claii tuAll matter. RBAD THiaOAUrULLT Fatronlie those nfej advertlae with ui. Advertíilng ratea furnlihed on application. Alwaya mention the Mercury when writing «0 advertliers. Keep builneii nutter* separate from corre* pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- per and *ee that your time 1* correct. ▲11 letter* Intended for the Meroury, whether bnilneii or otherwise, should be addrened to "Southern Meroury," Dalla*, Te***- When lending notice of oilange of addreii, anlei* the old a* well a* the new addres* 1* given, we cannot pay any attention to *uch te- OTlOiti, Hake money order , draft and all remittances pAyAble to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and addres* all letter* to the "Southern Mercury," Dalla*, Texas. Renew youT mbicrlpUon, ...

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