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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

"ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [1OFFICIAL "JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY * VOL. IX. NO. 21. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜBSDA Y, MA Y 22,1890. WHOLE XO. 421 L. B. IMBODEN. 8. D. EAINKY. JR. President Treasurer. h, 0. WALL. Secretary. L. O. HAMILTON. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man. THE IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAL, - - •100,000. .«SSSr FOBT WOETH, TEXAS. 100 WASto ?? *''1' J. S. TAYLOR'S SPOT CASH PRICES, 806 and 808 Elm St.. Dallaa. Tex. Black 811k buttuo hole Iwlst, 30 yards, BlacK Spool 811k 100 yards, Largo' Papor Pins, full count, Pure 8ilk lrco mits, Your pick of 30t p«lrs nose at Warranted Fast Black Hose, H cents, 1 cent 5 cents 2 cents worth 25 5 conti is cents 34 couts 25 cents 75 (onts Infant's Button Shoes, Ladles' House Slippers, Ladles' Too Slippers. also a full link OV finer OBADE8. Ladles all solid light Shoes, 81.18 worth $1.50, Ladies glove-fitting Flexible Phoes, 81.68 worth 82 00. Ladies Corsets. 30 cents worth 50c. Glo...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

¡7 V THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TfcXA¿, THURSDAY, MAY 22 ib9o. e3t ' MV . Km** flii fW/% mmñ kkj'v CORRESPONDENCE. Bro. Evan Jonos on tho Hallway Amendment—A Personal Explanation. Editor Mkkcury:—My attention has been called to the fact that, I am quoted by the partisan press and poli ticians as being opposed to the com- mission. Now, Bro. Editor, 1 wish to set myself aright on this question. I have expressed an opinion in private conversation that perhaps a rate bill regulating transportation and classifi- cation by a direct law would more readily and effectually relieve the peo- ple than a commission; but, as being opposed to a commission, it is a mis- representation. I am in favor of almost any good law that will regulate freight transportation. But I do not under- stand the qucs ion now pending to be commission or rate bill; but the ques- tion is an amendment to the constitu- tion, authorizing our legislators to reg ulate transportation by legislation, either by commission or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

JBY: UALLAS, TBXAB, TUÜK8DAY, MAY 32. lm. p'" wBm\ u ®XRM KNO BURDEN. Devoted to Everything v/ J*forest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. ts FABM NOTES. Tl e farmer who wai's generally g< waited on. # * • The general outlc ok for good <" rops over the state is improving * • * There is nothing that conduces more to health than a quiet and com- fortable living on the farrti. # * • New and improved methods on the farm are bringing about a great revo- lution in farm management. * # # The farmers of Texas should organ- ize to combat all kinds of trusts and combinations against their freedom. # * * The farmer who raises his own milk and butter, com and meat, is the farm- er who is generally with a bank ac- count. * * * There is a general impression abroad that the Texas farmer will not sow a heavy crop of mortgages this yeai as common. # # # Too much rain has fallen in many portions of the state for the wheat a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

*■ ; ■< • i* ■ ■> v. ' •' "/ - - - •• 1.. . ..j. w THE 8QÜTHERK MEBCÜBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1890. The Southern Mercury. OMC BOLLAN A YIAR, IN AOVANOt. £u H. Dixon, : Editor. E. Newton, f Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the postoftlco, Dallas, Texas, M Meond-clasa malí matter. fi i 1 bead this carefully. Patronize those wJ*j advertise with u . Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing 4o advertisers. Keep business matteri separate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. , Examine the figures on the labol on your pa* per and see that your time is correct AU letters intended for theMercniy. whether ■ business or otherwise, should be addressed to •Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of change of addross, ■Unless the old as wolj as the new address Is .¿tren, we cannot pay any attention to such re- •¿luefltB. Make money orders, drafU and all remittances Day able to the order of the "Southern Merou- ty," and ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEBCURT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAT 28, 1890. Or*. BETTS & BEnS, M HAH BTftlST DALLAM. -> TKXAl. > Debtllty. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal ncnvuuo Losaos, Nltht Emissions, Loss of Yltal Powers, Sleeplessnees, Despondency, (Loas of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Lassi- tude, Gloominess, Depression of Bplrlts. Aversion to Society, Busily Discouraged, Lao* Of Confidence, Dull, Listless, Unfit for Study Oí Business, and finds life a burden. BAFIjLY, PERMANENTLY and PB1VATBLY CÜBBD. BLOOD AND SKIN ease*mo'f t^fiorriblo In it results, completely eradicated without the use of mercury. Scrofula, Erysipelas, Fever Bores, Blotches, Pimples, Ulcers, Pains in the Head and Bones, Sj-phicitic Sore Throat, Mouth and Tongue, Catarrh, eto.. PBKM A- UENTLT CUBED WHEN OTHEBS HAVE FAILED. Kidney and Bladdor Troubles, Weak " " turning Urine, Freqrenoy of high oolort'd or milky with uimeiifon standing, Gonorrhoea, Gloet, ratitis, etc., promptly and safely cured. iarges reasonable. To Youn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, >AT| HAT 82, 1890. BEATRICE. a* * CHAPTER XXII.—Continued. -no iíiuvl no going, ueoirrny; ic grows Ma," said Heatrico. "Ob, Geoffrey, Geoffrey, What have we done! What can bo tbe end of ■8 this? It will bring trouble on you, I know Sat it must. The old wiying will come true. I •Bead your life and I símil bring ruiu on you I" It in characteristic of Beatrice that already Cwas thinking of tbe consoqueuces to Geof- r not of those to beraelf. "Beatrice," said Geoffrey, "we are In a des- Eire position. Do you wtkfrtM face it and e nwuy with me, far away, to the other of the world!" "No, no," alie answered vehemently; "it wold be your ruin to abandon the career fltet is before you. What part of the world Cid you go to wiiere you would not be wn? lie*ides, there la your wife to think at Ah, Ood, your wife—what would she «ay Cme? You belong to her—you havo no right desert her. And there is Efile, too. No, Oeoffrey, lio; I have been wicked enough to tu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2J, ISftO. CooK! CooK! Crowdud for room, to reduce •ur stock of Organs, we offer for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $10.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. «LL i. WATKIH MUSIC CO., 7)7 Mam St., DALLAS) TEX. FAMILY PAGE. Edited by - Miss Florence Martin. This department la for the friendly inter- aUms« of opinions between oar readers on •oplca of lntereat to our lady friends. Letters if* oordtally solicited. Letters Intended for •his department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury. COUSINS Would like to hear from Miss Fan- nie Bumam who wrote from Texas. Had lived near-Battle Creak, Mich. Have a letter for her with request to forward. * * * Here comes another new cousin knocking at the door of this depart- ing asking admission. I like the covin's letters very much. I am 19 years old. I highly endorse the his- tory class.—R. W. McMullen, Homer, Texas. # # * If you will be so kind as to all...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 22 May 1890

'v il* THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1890. EÜ IT Haw You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurant AT COSTt Jtye Imperial Ipsurapqe ^o/npapy, ThU Company o Ben lnsnranee at ooat. It 1* the cheapest regular insurance In the world, liberal inducement* ase offered. Address DEÍER0I®, WIlGlfllQAW. Before insuring your life it will pay yon to investigate the olalnu of the Imperial. earGood agenta wanted in every oonnty in Texaa. to whoie PATTERSON A CLARK, State Agents. Dalian, Texan. ALLIANCE BADGES éiopttdby the State Alliance of Texas. EMBLEM PENS. Igvery memlier, should have one, RolUftold, ent o any aildr<'Hs, £60. REGÁLIA BADGES, •o* Alliances and lUHmb'.rs. No lodgo Is pom •let* without aoot for olllcers and mouthers. rríoes, in K°ld plato. s*'t to, $4.00, or 15o each; n all ver, (¡I.0U, or ¡Mo oaoh. arAUIunoo seals I1.H6, and you pay trans- portation chantos. llubuer Stamps and Bten «Uf, Checks, «to., in overy description. THE llUAULKi MK'Q. CO., Fort Worth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

Lt«iW¿A&< m [ft ■I')' mm ICKAGAINST THE BIKKEVl NOR MONKEY WITH A OUZZ SÍ (Whon Don Quixoto of old attaokod cover it it a voritablo giant, mod t , boina dad in a coat of "all atoul/1 commf tmmfromdofoatj" 'ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' IOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] _ _flheBPCKEYB KNOCKS OPT ALL COMPETITOR lard of no Agent, but itiveutiKMp and nettle for yourséft t vrvestlii* Machino will best suit y our requirement". Ifyflpimn IW '«0 ■ ELEVATOR. BANNER or IFRÁMELE8S lr*n, nulrr running mill mnwdurable Hwi iy|)v nlmr -tloiiH prove i he elul m tnnt tilt* IViimf of the sSIkw^v saw IW fOL. IX. XO. 22. DALLAS, TEXAS, THVBSDA Y, MA Y 29. 1890. -at ttar llurkeje KNOTTKR hna (rmlrrtu i uncertain Hint I lie lllll'krje tliuttir >r beati < IMBODKM. I'reulileui. !t. 1>. KAINEY, JH. Treasurer. L U WALL- Secretary L. G. HAMILTON. Vioe-Pres. and Gen M*n THs IMB iDfeN-HAMILTONMORTGAGE CO. capital, eioo.ooo. n',UO^TON STaNi j FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. «•*Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

n mit SOUTHEK> MJfiKOl KV : I ALLA« lEXAfc, IHt'RSDAY, MAY 2!> l*yo m in the nam* of the of German* who ntributed to the de- This Company offers lnsnrano<lhe flourishing con- liberal Inducement* meofferod. |r c() IJ4(t ,n.*ealth is ALLIANCE BADGES éiopUdby the State Alliance of Texas. embl3m pens. Every moiiiliur, should havo one, Boll<old, ent o any address, '¿bo. regalia badges, •o* Alliance and uienib'.'r . No lodge Is pom- rimj without aeot for ottloersand members. Rrlctts, in tfold p!a<o. fl'*t V#, $4.00, or í5o each, j Silver, <11.00, or :Mc ouch. W-Alllanoe Deals ll-"ñ, and you pay trans- sortatlon charts. Uubbor Stamps and Ston Sli, Checks, etc., in every description. THE HltADLKY MK'll. <'0„ Fori Wortii, Tu*an. OFFICIAL. State AiUanuo Offlolala. Cotton l,oa8'- This Brother It will >('d to keep on guard celebrate* - Cleaners, -"til* *nd corrtct- lmproved;jtor we understand laird tor ( ' biKberlms the pioptrtv of leather at , claity. st'aper, as you fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

i •is™ MKMCUKK: DAUJkd, IhAAJs t'HI K J'\\, MAY i®, jRWv URM HND BURDEN Ur- it Everything uj Jnttrut ta ,t Orchard and Garden. Brit/ Article on Practical Topics, tiitu and Oisertw"-*' J' S >*cii9<i- PAHM NOTES. Owing lo the failure to secure g<*>d stands of corn there will be an unusual acreage of cotton planted this year. • • . # Lime has a most powerful effect up- on organic matter and consequently is a very superior aid to soils in per- forming its tuactions • • * To cultivate A; soil does not mean the sfcinim ng of the suiface, but the plowing and tearing of it by which its physical condition is made must suita- ble for the growth of plants. • * • The science of agriculture is not a bad science for the iarmer of Texas to study. This, with the science of gov- ernment would strengthen their homes and add new charms to farm life. # * # The custom of selling 'he corn in the fill for a small cash price and buy- ing in the spring at a big credit price should be abandoned b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

Vi ' '■ ■9J . ■ J . i THE SOUTHERN M£RCUK¥: ¡Ul.L.lS. 11ÜÜU8, THUtttiOAY, MAY 89, Ittfü TKe Southern Mercury. om dollar a tia*. aovan0*1 Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. \ enough to hold in check the commis- sion element in the democratic state convention. Entered At tbe postofflce. Dallas. Teaas, aa mooncl clam mtll READ THIS CAREFULI/V patronlr.e tbono advertue with u . Advertising rato* furnished on application Always mention the Weroury when wrlUn m advertisers. Keep buslnuttn mailer* nepaial from oof ro*- pondenoe intendod for publlcaUon We are consolidated all along the line and The Mercury will speak out. Quit grumbling. But go to work. It's better to wear out than to rust out this matter. However, if a person re- main ignorant in spite of the circum- stances he should not be re garded as high authority. The meanest man on the top side of earth is one who knowj the truth but whose love for roman- it. Few thtre are in this state who do Read this copy of The Mercur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

XHK 800THKKN MKBCUKV: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 99 1800. m MAW RU1T TJBXA« llCDUilllQ OdülMy. Spermatorrhoea, tteioinei "UlYuUú Loases XI;,ht F,mission , [.oes sí Vital Power , Sleeplessness, Deapoudenoy ' —i of Memory, Confusion lAidcag. !* >!• — — mol o jt Confldouoo, Dial' Listless, Daüt for Stud; ■St Business. and finds Ufe a hurrien. BAPfrLr, PBBMAKBNTLY aud PR1VATBLT CÜBKD. BLOOD AND SKIN •uaeamoct iiorrtbiu ln ^< results, completely eradicated without tp iss of mercury. Boro ful , BryslpeUs, Pevei dores. Blotches, Pimples, Uioers, Pains in tu íailbd. i /ririmmii viibh ■>■ •;• « auu / w «odiment ou standing, flonorrhooa, Oleet Cystitis, etc, prompt Ir Mnd safel r mwfl ilbarges reasonable. To Yeum and Middle-A^ed Men. The awful effeets of i vlee, which brings Organic both ntnd and oodv i 01 IOC PI IDC The awful effeets of earl 1 uUuL bunt vlee. which briars Organ* ■veaknosK, destroy In b ■flth all its dreaded ills, permanently oured UOETUDil btrictürb permanently cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

| BEATRICE. h 1 chapter XXIV. LADY ll(mORIA TAKES Til flUA mWcrc ytru xr.cn cnrrvinq that woman in ynur armxf" Geoffrey hurried to the vicarage to fetch ||i baffp;nge mid say good-by. He had no time |or breakfast., and he was glwl of It, for he Cld not hnvo eaten a morsel to save his lifo. found Elizabeth and her father In the sit- ting room. "Why, whore havoyou been this wet morn- tec, Mr. BinghamF' said Mr. Granger. "1 have Iweii for á walk with Miss Bea- trice: «lie Is coming home by the village," be •MWerod. "I don't mind rain, and I wanted 6get as much fresh air aa I could before I go ck to the milL Thank you—only a cup of In. I will get something to eat as 1 go." "How kind of him!" reflected Mr. Gran- msr: "no doubt he has been speaking to Bea- trice again about Owen Davie*. "Oh. by iho way," he added aloud, "did i happen to hear anybody moving in the i last night, Mr. Bingham, Just when the rm was at its height? First of all a door «lammed so violently that I got up to see Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 39, 1800. CooK! CooK! Crowded for room, to roduco ■•ur stock of Organs, we offer for * few days, Organ* «t $25.00, $36.00, $38.00, $t0.00 and upward, for Cosh or Easy Terms. Writo w immediately. TILL A. VATKIN IDSIC CO., 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. FAMILY PAGE. Edited by • Miss Florence Martin. This department U for th« friendly inter- 'atinge of opinions between oar readers on •opios of interest to our lady friends. Letters ire cordially solicited. Letters intended for MP department, please address to "Stab," Hon tberti Mercury. coubinb Papa has just subscribed for The Mercury, and I like to read the cous- ins' letters very much. Papa and mamma belong to Oakdale Alliance. I will close for this time—Mary Med- dor, Huckaby. # # # I belong to the \lliance, and my fathér belongs We organized three months ago, and now have twenty-two members. The Alliance takes the pa- per. I like to read it I go to schcol, and like to go. Well, this is my...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 29 May 1890

mm % *■:'/■■■;■ ..... ■—: ;■' ' ■■ 77. V: ■ ; ™* ot. Iv ■ ¡ffiíi W R- ill MB aODTHmtK MUBOUBTt PALLAS, MOÜUB, THUKBDA*. MAY 9 , IMO. - ü aW m> m- Mam §Vm «STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON"*/* huumma AT COSTWT—*-^ ^ ^ Jije Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e $o/npapy, jtanuwu* M Om nc«lu Insurance la the world. Before Inaarlncyaari BEVROIV, MIGMiaaR. ALLIANCE BADGES éétfkdby tht State AUianctof Ttxat EMBLEM PENS. ■very ruemtjcr( (should bare one. Boll-gold, ent o any address, Si5o, REGALIA BADGES, r Allianoes and membrra. No lodfe la ooss- _iU without a let for officers and members. Moas. In gold plit*. set 9, $4.00, or 45o each; i Hirer, «348, or Mo each. "Alllanoo seals W.W, and you pay t«*ns- ibtriM. -Hubber Stamps aild 8ten «, etc., In every description. THE BBADLHT MITO. CO., Fort Worth, Texas. 1 ttwillpayyontol.TMttpvithec^auof ln Tuw. to «t <w mm t t i iffli flUWUWO WW DPPICIKL. State Alllaaoe Officials. I, D. Vnuta, Manor, Traris Oo., president. J. X. hum, Wert Mountain. Upshur Co., Hw pinld...

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

1 i á- "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE ANO CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE ANO EQOAUTY- WOL. IX. WQ. 28, DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE Ó. 1890. WHOLE JfO. ¿2S P- B. IMBODSN. B. I . BAINBY, JR. frwídont. Trtaswer. L. O. WALL. Secretary. L. G. HAMILTON. Vice-Pres. aud tícu. Man. THB IMBODSN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAP1TAI , - - «UOO.OOO. FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. "SKri íobt wobth, texas. rMoney loaned írpon farms, ranche , vendor ' lion notes and city property at lowest current rites. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. P oak GkiFF, Alliance Furniture A 8UBT/HB OF DALLAS, •presents a lai dscape :>t Hills, Vales. Likes and Vistas, the whole forming a panorama of tieauty. A pur; frnm it« natural attraction* Oak Cliff has been laid oil" to m-eeo ihe lemand of an oxiptlnflrceoeMty for the rapid: ' increas- ing popu atlonof Dallas, This bei " , „.j beautif il suburb, overlooilnR the city, half a mile irom the court house, and just across tbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 June 1890

. ^ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. ,a" i- v L'V • -VÍÜ- EXTRACTS FROM SPEECH BY HON. A. W. TERRELL, —-■mm * Delivered at Bastrop, October 8th, A. D.1880. CAPITAL AND LAJIOK. Between individual capital when not In- vested In restraint oitrude und labor, there can be no conflict; for each being Invested and used uuder a naturas law of mutual dependence, whatever jeopardises the sscurlty of one, destroys the other. Their antagonism would not only Injure both, but their Used hostility would bunlsh civil- ization. liento the communist, the soclaU 1st and the anarchist, who regard Individ- ual wealth an robbery, must be, and Is an an enemy to the civilization which he droams about ltui||'jving. ili.koal Combinations. But when many combine whether lncor- jmratcd or not, and confederate to restrain and oppress trado, In those things which enter Into universal use, tbo contract which concentrates this power has be( n held amoug all English speaking people from t...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLA?, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. jr fq «KRM UNO BURDEN. Dtoottd to Everything of Interest to tho Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brit/ ArticUs on Practical Topics, Notts and Observations art Soliciitd. i • The Sunny Side. It refreshing to occasionally see ■oraethiDg on the sunny side of farm life. Life on the farm is largely what the occupant makes it. If he is cal' loos, sad hearted and low spirited, life on the farm wiH be a dreary desert; but on the other hand if he is cheerful hopeful and frugal, industrious and persevering, it will be as an oasis in the midst of the desert. There are more charms in farm life than in the mansions of the moneyad kings of the world. The only thing needed is for the íarmers to see it and realize the truth. Infhis age of progress and moral and political reform the farmers are coming to be recognized as an im- portant factor in the country's devel- opment, .and the responsibilities resting upon them are of the gravest kind. A wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCUHY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. \é Kv # The Southern Mercury. ON« DOLLAR A Y BAR, IN ADVANOC. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the poiitofBce, DaUas, Texas, a second-class in «11 matter. BEAD THIS OABBFULIiY. Patronize Uioho trtki KlvcrtUe with u*. Advertising raten furnlnhert on application. Al whys mention the Mercury wWon writing ■m advertise™. Keep business matters separate from corres- pondence intended for publication. Examine the figuren on the label on yoar pu- ■per and nee that your time 1* correct. All letters intended for the Mercury, whether business or otherwise. should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dalian, Tuxm* Whon sending notice of ehatiRO of address, unless the old as well an thu new address is given, we cannot pay any uttenUon to snch re- quests. Make money ordors, drafts and all remittance* payable to tho order of the "Southorn Moroni ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Tuxrh. ...

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