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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 1 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TK%AS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1890. Ore. BEITS & BETTS, «Hinmin DAIiliAH. • of MemóryTOo^úsíon of idoai.Las.l- MU?° -■ Depression of Spirits. tude, Gloominess, Depression or opiriui. Aversion to Bootetv, Raslly D15£°Lríf?dj,íífS!í at Confidence, Duu. Lirtless, ünflt for 8'Uy yü.nd pb&atbl* cubbdV BLOOD IWD WSSjmS^-S results, nSt Urinating, Urlae high colored er milky With sediment on standing, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Cystitis, eto., promptly and safely cured. Charges reasonable. To fount anil MiddlMeed Mo. .' A SUBE DURE • • Weakness, destroying both mind and body, with all Its dreaded ills, permanently oured. URETHRAL SSSSS!: Mustio nor dilation—without pain or injury. Proof indisputable. BOO DOTO Address those who have lm DHo DlI I u paired themselves by Improper Indúlgenos and solitary habits, whioh ruto both body and mind unfitting them for busi- ness, study or marriage. MAWKmn MEN, er those entering on that sappy life, aware of physical debility, quio...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 1 May 1890

Efe I K, H.> p.-- THE SOUTHERN MEECUST: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, IMS. ± BEATRICE. CHAPTER XXI. THK THIRD APNtAL. "Tell nit about y«urs*lf," said fíeatrie«. Face to face tliey stood, while at the vision of her swoetneNB bl« heart grew still. Faoe to fare, and the faint light fell upon her ten- der loveliness and diod in her deep eyes, and the faint breeze fragrant with the breath of pine* gently stirred h*r hair. Oh, it wu worth living to see her thusl i "I beg your pardon," she said in a puzzled tona, stepping forward to pass the gate. "Beatrice!" She gave a little ory and clutched the rail- log, «ISO she would have fxJlen. One mometit ah* stayed so, looking up towurds bis face, eat waa bid in the deepening shadow—look- g with wild oyes of hope and fear and love, "Is it you," she said at length, "or another dream r "It Is I, Beatrice," he answered, amazed. She recovered herself with un effort. "Then why did you frighten me sof" sha asked. "It was unkind—ob, I did not mean ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 1 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECPBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜB8DAY, MAY 1, 1890. CooK! CoOK! Crowded for room, to reduce «ar stock of Organs, we offer for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, f^O.OO and upward, * for Cash ojvEasy Terms. Write m immediately. VOL A. WATKIH MUSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. FAMILY PRBE. Edited by - Miss Flortnct Martin. This department li for the friendly inter- minp of opinions between oar readers on toplos of interest to our lady friends. Letters in cordially solicited. Letters Intended for •his department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury. OOU0XHS. Our cousins are so numerous, and the letters come so "thick and fait," it has been found necessary to limit Ike number of questions asked to ''"three," and the length of the letter to "two sheets." Do not ask questions in body of letter, but at the end so it can be de- tached; or, better still, on a separate slip of paper. Answer questions in like manner. "Star." Dear Editor:—As I have seen so many lette...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 1 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCUKY: DALLAS, TEX48, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1890 IT How You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for ¡vurantt AT COST? -m Jtye Imperial Ijft Ipsurap^e ^o/npapy, BEVROIV, MIGMIQ-AN «Tore lnrarlng your life It will pay yon to Invest This Company offer* insurance at ooat. It 1« the eheapeet regular Insurance In the world. Before lnrarlng liberal Inducements arc offered. Addroea i to lnveetlgate the claims ol the Ira; fM^T^bX"UM5:SS1.,K22. lnTww wtto" m m vvrf Of p- p ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the State Alhanceof Texas. (R EMBLEM PENS. ■very member. Jsheuld have oho. Boll-gold, ent o any addreaa, 260. REGALIA BADGES, o* Alliances and members. No lodge la oom- siete without a set for olHoers and members, frloes, In tro Id plato, sot , «4.00, or «o eaoh; n diver, £1.00, or 84c eaob. ^-Alliance seals M.W. and you pay .trena- sortatlon oharcrea. Kubber Stamps and Sten «ill. Cbeoka, ete.. In every description. TUB liltADLBY MF'G. CO.. Fort Worth, Texas. OFFICIAL. State Alllanoe OfflolaU. i.D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 8 May 1890

•WPP}? rr£¿.- ' " "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" UAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.'] 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" VOL. IX. JVO. 19. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8.1890. WHOLE #0.119 U & IMBODEN. 8. D. RAINEY, J& President. Treasurer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary L. G. HAMILTON Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man THE TMBnnF.N-HAMILTOS MORTGAGE CO. CAPITAL, $100,000. JOBNEB THIRD AND HOUSTON 8T8. CORNAR THIRD AND HOOSTON ST 8. FOBT WOSTI, TEXAS. ¡¿."¿-¿•"i 17 v íí j. s. taylor THE SPOT CASH DEALER. S06 and808 Elm St.. Dallas. Ta*. V.has Inaugurated a mark-down sale in every department of hi* extensive store, and persons who have heretofore been astound- ed at his remarkably low priees will find that they can still buy better and cheaper geods of him than any other house In Tex- as. Though the recent floods have cut off ■ich country trade lrom Dallas, his goods heve found their way Into tbe bornes of assay of tbe farmers In Dallas and otbsr eeuntles tributary to Dallas. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 8 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MKRCUKV: DALLAS, TJiXAh, IHUKJSUAY, MAY 8, !* . ATTYGN'LHOGIrJ: GREAT SPEECH. DELIVERED AT RUSK, TEXAS. Rusk, Tkxab, April 10.—Attorney-Gen- •ral Hotw arrived bore at 10 a. m,, and waa met at the depot by a large concourse of people. He wai escorted to tbo court* houie grounds, where an Informal rccep* tlon wan tendered. At ii P. i bo com menced liis speech, surrounded by 3,000 friends and sdmlrers. The IoIIowIbk 11 bin sjiceclr Fellow cltinens—ActlnK on H19 Invita- tion of a committee from Itusk and In obe- dience to natural Impune , I am here where I w*« ¡born, at the playground oí my childhood, to begin among my lifelong friends and auociaten a formal canvass of the state a candidate for governor. Juki alter tho war, when merely a boy, many of you will remember 1 lelt tlicse familiar «conos and generous people to c.ait my lot among M ran gem In another county, llow they have trusted and treat- ed inu uhL tliriu. Look among this vast concourse and you will seo many of...

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

THE ¡SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890. 8 goliad a puoiio highway. Simply that and nothing more. In ibe first instsnce the government bad the power, w hich It exer- olied, of tsxlng the people to keejl up tbe blghwayi for publlo U e. Instead ol tax- ing ibe whole people to ktepuparoad through a particular Motion, tbe ju t and equitable plau wss conceived and adopted o making those pay only who used It. Bubseivient to that end and to relieve the goven inent of euch expense and trouble, priva." corporations were created and eii- dowt it wltti power to exercise tbsl «over- sign < linrity, a* creatures of ibe govern- meui ■ ment of delegated preroga- tive hi express and implied limitations, such liberations became and have ever be*u f.iiji". t to reasonable public control and i • : i.iutiou. Ut ii i ti g with common e(^th road* grau>- aiid leveled publlo highway! cUun. d not In principle, but In condition and i..' ilious of us# and enjoyment. Pall- ing iiii'iu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 8 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890. Tk titer* Mercury, mm wwt** % «mm Ifl. 'JWiM, S 4fc. v u* u w> 41 inrtwafc.* uiUl mtmrnt Editor. Bus. Afan'gr. (Vallas, Tes**, u HJM.V CltUlVABarXJLLT with u . 4iiv«iruMiiM ' " tamaJlwt vo application. bi'viiky* luottuou 'Jiu %*tn¡uxy when writing 41 mJvoi tiHor*. Koup Uuéinowi matter wi>ikr«M fro onrre*- pouiluiit* luumdod for nuOUuMton. KMtuiliu itia ligara uu Uw l*lx l on your pa- our auil *oo thai y ur uiuu II wrrmit. All luuum tuteuUod fot 'Jta Morcar?, whether 0I1HÍIIUU <>c othurwiM. «üouiil bo *Jdre« o<1 to "Southorn Mon-.ury," Uail , Cwit Whou nomllng uoUou of «ftoiigo of addre**, uuJuhh tho old <m woll 4 u><# M* ad^re** U glTon, wu oaunot pay au* *tU ud >n to *uch ro- quoHUt. m iiu monuy or«lorn, and *11 remittance* p yablu tw tilo uniur <jt the "Soudtaru Mercu- ry," ami *ddr«HU *11 letter* lu «he '■Southern Mercury." Dalla*. Twii, Renew your subscription, «o you won' ( nlu •ay copien,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 8 May 1890

* ✓ THE SOUTHERN MBRCUKY: DALLAS, TBXA8, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 18* . Ors. BETTS I BETTS, m MAIN STBEBT OAliliAN, U i *EBV0US£ K." Vital Poweis, SleeploBBi Debility. SpermatorrhcBa, Seminal " lght Emissions. Loss of ,w (ilossness, Despondency, Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, M Wde, Bloom Iness, Depression of Bplrltó. 4version to Socle , Easily Dlsoouraged.Laok it Confidence, Dull. Listless. Untit for Study m«iT im.YÍn''a PRmSttf CÜBKn. BLOOD UNO SKID results, completely eradicated without the t Mouth and Tonjrüe, "Catarrh. eto..PBHM- SHNTLY CUBED WHEN OTHERS HAVE FAILED. ilDIIUDV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak UKINAn! Baolt, Burning ürlne, Froqrenoy of Urinating, Urine hl«rh colored er milky with sediment on standing, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Cystitis, etc, promptly and safely cured. nLurgei reasonable. To tam and nine-toil Men. * SORE CORE Weakness, destroying beth mind and bedy, with all its dreaded ills, permanently cured. UDCTUDAI BTRICTDBE permanently cured. Out I UnflL removal oomp...

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

? 6 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890. Eft," ife HmCN'L HOGG'S GREAT SPEECH. (Continued from Third I'ugu ) Vsrled conditions of the railroads und tbe commercial interests of every section ot our state, which they could change or ud- jnst aa propriety demanded. Trulllc man- agers, some of whom never suw Tenas, bending over their desks In Now York, Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans, with the only question in their minds as to how math traffic would bear, have often and commonly fixed the freight rates ol Texae. Unmoved by the demands of commerce, the pleas of justice or the complaints of our shippers, of oppression, they have coldly raised or lowerod, with an avaricious hand, the schedule of rates upon the traffic ot our state. Within the memory of moHt ol you, and almost under your direct obser- vation you know that for many years one man held the schedule of rates of nearly every railroad In Texas within his own hand. Were the traffic managers or that singl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 8 May 1890

I HE SOUTHERN MECUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THL' KSDAY, MAY 8, 1800. CooK! CooK! j Crowded for room, to reduce •ur stock of Organs, we bffer for * few days, Organs «t $25.00, $35.00, $88.00, $tO.O0 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. ^ rito us immediately. «ILL A. WATK1H MUSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. ( rights of the people- it shall be the duty of the legislature of the state to establish uud make suitable provisions for the support and maintenance of an elliclent system ol public Iree schools." The constitution also directs that the legislature shall provide means from sour- ce* pointed out by it "to maintain and sup- port the public free schools of this state tor a period of not less than six months ol each year." If I am elected governor I shall use all legitimate executive influence in having this provision of the constitution lully complied with. If the people, in adopting that instrument did not mean what they Baid they ought not to have made such expression. 1 y)ted for that...

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

THE SOUTHERN MEKCUBY: DALLAS, TKXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890 W tv Hwt You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurant* AT COSTf ~m Jl?e Imperial Ipsura^e ^o/ripapy, This Company offer* Insurance at ooat. It Is the cheapest regular insurance In the world. Before Insuring your liberal Inducements are offered. Address DEVROIV. MIGMIOAR. life It -u, u.. a.,- .. Y.g,^.u ^ ^ „, ALLIANCE BADGES xunj * *h\ fS® Adopted by thi Stat* Allianaof Ttxai. EMBLEM PENS. I Ivory member, should bare oao. Boll-gold, out o any address, 280. REGALIA BADGES, or AlUanoos and membnrs. No lodfo Is oom- siete without a let for olHoers and mem be ra. Prioes, In gold plate, set , $4.00, or tío aaob: ■ *11 ver, $8.00. or 34o each. ■r*Alllanoo seals I1.HÍ, and you pay trans- aortatlon charges. Bubber Stamps and Sten •lla. Checks, eto., In every description. THE BBADMr MF'O. CO., Fort Worth, Teias. OFFICIAL. Atate Alllanoe OSolal*. *. D. Fiildh, Manor, Travis Co., president. t. M. Pibdub, West Mountain, Upshur Co., .loa-p ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

á "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND *30-0PERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY • ?OL> IX. JVO. 20. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, MA Y 1¿, 1890. WHOLE NO. j. 20 rt . M BOÜEN President. l>. kaINKY, JK Tresunrei. I. (!. WALL. Hi«c retar; L. G. HAMILTON. Vlce-Pres. and Gen. Man THE IMBJDKN HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. CAPITAL, «ÍOO.OOO. roar WORTH. TEXAS. CORNAK THIRD ANli HOUSTON 8TB. joknkk THIRD AND HOrsTON 8TH ^Money loaned upon farms, ranche , veudurs' lieu notes and city property at lowest curreui rates Loans closed quickly rorrespotfleuce Invited. CAIN ONE POUND A Day. A gain OF a POUN'n A hay in the case of A man who has become "ai.l run down," and has begun to take that uemarkaule flesh producer, SCOTT'S F HULSIOH OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH Ilypophosphitcs of Lime & Soda is nothing unusual. tllis feat has been performed over and over atiain. Palatahi.e as milk. En- horsed by Physicians. Sold by ai.l Druggists. Avoid substitutions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

W < : Ví'lf \:v ™WIW THE SOUTHERN MEHCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, l8*>. 1 HON. BARMETT GIBBS'SPEECH AT GARLAND, MAT 3. He Strongly Advooatea a Railroad CommiHsion-Showi Its Neces- sity-Urges Thorough Or- ganization to 8eoure It, and Wants Attorn'y- Q en eral Hogg for Governor. Ftlluw Citizens of Garland and Vi- tinity: I appreciate and always try to comply with your invltsltlons, cot only becauss i have alwajs found a cordial greeting bar* from many rienda, but becauie 1 know, thst tbere I no freer and more lndepea> dent people in tbla broad atate than thoss Who liveiiround Qarland. ltlshere;thstwe And a population wbo perform their dally labor, beHutlfy and lora tbelr bomea, yet And time to atudy our political lostltu* tlona.and after all, ona la aa great a duty aa tha other. None but tboaa wbo acbema agalnat the right and hsppiness of ha- manlty bave any cauaa to fear a people whe love tbeir Qod, tbelr borne and their coun- try. Unscrupulous ambition and unbri&g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

CooK! THE SOUTHERN MECUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, MAY 15, 1«(M .. DRAWING Cook! or THE OK Till state of zacatecas, Mexico, 4 syndicate of capitalists have secured the concession lor operating this Crowded for room, to reduce •ur stock of Organs, we offer for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $85.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. «ILL A. WATK1N MDSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. Mfl tímate railroad enterprise! to ftai toras Investigation and supervisión? Tbs unbridled anarchist who knows law save destruction and the unbridled monopolist who has contempt for a Ian that enquires into his methods of sxtor Mob are both the unrelenting enemies ® bee governmeri and naUonal happiness Bow long will a nation last that permití the one to rob Its wages to spend It anarchist dissipation or the other to e* tort mesns with which to buy foreign prin- mi lor their daughters? The tolling many suffer from btgt freights, the favored lew get rich on re bates R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEKCUKY DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 10, UW<> The Southern Mercury. ONI BOLU* A •" ADVA MO*. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered *t the poitoffloe, Dallas, Texaa, m taoond-class mall matter. M*n THIS OABIVVUT Patronize those w¿v> advertise with n«. AdTertlHlng rate* furnUhed on application Always mention the Mercury wkeu writing « advertisers. Keep builnen matter separata from corres- pondenoe Intended for publtoatlon. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- per and nee that your time 1 correct All letters Intended for the Mercury, whether btulneii or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallaa, Texaa. When sending notloe of ehange of address, aniel* the old m well ai the new address Is given, wo oannot pay any attention to such re- quests. Make money orders, draft* and all remittance* payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Renew your subscriptio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

THE aOPTHKBN MKHCUKlf: PAULAS, TEXAS, THUKS1M1, MAY 15, ISIKl. Ors BETTS S BETTS HIUIIIHIIT UAliliAH. f IHU rUWOrPi DJO*7^IOOOUUDO| boss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Lassi- tude, Bloomlness, Depression of Spirits, Aversion to Society, BaelTy DlsoouraKed.Laok if ConHdenoe, Dull, Listless, Unfit for S'udi l® at® 8cu«ia 6LOOD AND SKIM ease mo'tt íorrlble ln lt results, completely eradicated wlthout the oaa of meroury. Scrofula, BrysipeWs, Fever Sores, Blotches, Pimples, O oers, PainslnJthe Head and Bones, Sjphlolttc Bore Tbroofc Mouth and Tongrue, Catarrh, oto., PHHMJ* 1BMTLT CUBBD WHEN ÓTHEBB BAVB PA 1 LID QyBtitls, Hvarires uu buiuuiumt vvmwi • ""'"i « 'puMDf ©to, promptly and safely cured larges reasonable. fo Young and Middle-Aged Men. ' 4 CI IDC PI IDC *h0 effects of early II OUtlt uUnt vise, which brings Organic Weakness, destroying both mind and body, with all its dreaded tils, permanently oured UDCTUDál BTBIOTÜBB permanently cured. OntlnnnL removal oomplete—neither knife, sau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

*7 wy-y r?, THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1890. CDRRBBPONDENCB. A Oood Plan. The East District Alliance of Gonzales county has adopted a good plan to keep up the interest in the order, and at their next meeting, J une 13th, will discuss quite a number of questions of general interest to the organization. J. S. Abbott will discuss the mu- tual dependance and co-opt ration oí the members toward each other. W. F. Bailey will tell all about the best man to raise funds to start a co- operative store. G. A. Huffer will deliver an address on the diversified crops. Mrs. Jeddo will read a paper on the best way to secure attendance at the meetings. The question of county school superintendency will be discussed by Mr. John Rice. Mr A. Parker will talk on fraternal relations. Essays and short addresses from others present will be expected. This is certainly a move in the right direction, and if you will study the objects of the organization you will see that it is in s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

FARM AND BURDEN. Dtvottd to Everything of Interest to Uu Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. NOTES. Success in farming requires persist- ency. The Texas faimer ought to raise all the cabbage necessary for the home market. There is no case on record where a farmer plowed his land deep and prepared it well for the reception of seed who failed to make a good crop when he kept the weeds down and the ■oil loose. Mangels, beets and turnips grow well in Texas soil and the farmer who fails to raise them for family use and his stock in winter, neglects an im- portant farm item and one of the most profitable crops grown. For a large crop of onions, which any Texas farmer can raise, plow the land deep in the fall and manure well with compost or decayed vegetation The manure should be of a highly nitrogeniouS character, as the onions (require large quantities of nitrogen. Bulletin No. 7, issued by the Agri- cultural and Mechanical ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 15 May 1890

the southern mkkcuby: dallas, texas, thursday. may 15, 189 r v Mr Hmvi You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" far insurant* AI COSTt m Jl?e Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e <So/r\papy, DETROIT. MICHIGAN. ALLIANCE badges édoptfdby the State Allianttof Texas. EMBLEM PENS. B"ery memlior 1„l>ttt>m iihvi- ohu. Boll-cold, «in any address, '.So K KG A LIA BADGES, ■«it Milanec** an[' iiii'iiilí'.M. Ni lodf • li oom- •lott without aim lor oiMwrti and member , fríen* m void i :a>e hoi m. 44.00. or 46oeach, n «liver, 4:1.00. or I14e each. or Alliance seal* tl.'fi. «ii<J you pay trans- •ortatinii citarte*. Ilutiiior Stamps and Hten ilia OimfkH. •■to., In every description. THE KUADLKT MK'O.rO., Kurt Worth, Toxa*. OFFICIAL. Mtate Aillanoe OfflelaU t. U. Ki«i,i>s, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. M . Psudüs, Went Mountain, Upshur Co.. 'toe-president. tt. O. Iíawh, Bprtnictown, i'srker Co.. setire ivy-tri-aaurer l>. M. Kitmpii, Alexander, Erath(5o.,lecturer 0. j. Ksniiriok, Waoo. Mol-ennan Co.. ...

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