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

▼WPrll THE SOUTHERN MEBCUKY; DALLA , TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, MM. Ors. BETTS & BfTTS, 826 MAUI btrhbt dalliahi •> tí3xa8. $ about the same time a secret circular, signed by the cffictrs of the Exchange, which is so violent in language as to almost merit the adjective "revolt tionary." The circular is too long for cemented, though it had lost materi- ally in members. However, the bet- ter part remained, and the Alliance has since been happily progressing in all that relates to social and economic reproduction here, but the main points education. may be summarized as follow: The management of the E\change i. There was from the first a hid-' during 1S89 was conservative and ju- den, underhanded, masked opposition dicious, and, under other circurn- to the Exchange. 3 That Dallas stances, he would doubtless have bankers, wholesale merchants, unple meut dealers, and manufacturers en M-DWriflO Debility, Bpermtitorrticeu, Seuilna! "LfilUUo Lojaos Nl-,ht Kmlaeioas, Lona ol Vital Power...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 June 1890

. ■ ,- 'ITT ' • 'vfWrl' t•" '~-v¥<.•' - ••**m *55r '"fR•-}•• t.■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUKE 5, 1690. BEATRICE. CHASTER XXV. lUEAIUTTtl HI10W8 IIKR TEKTV. "Dmi't hr, so foolivh, Mr. drawer." Bard IiihI been Beatrice's hours sinco that gray morning of separation. Alio must lieiir ■II tbe inner wretchedness of her In1.; sho must concüal Ikt grief, must suffer the dings •nd arrows of Kliz'ilx-th'n sharp tongue, and Strive to k<« pOwen lluvies at a distance. In- deed, a the (lays went on, this InRt. Laul; givw atoro and inoro portentous. The man >as quito unmanageable; his passion, which v.ix humiliating and hateful to Beatrice, Imjum tbe talk of tbe placo. Everybody know of it except Iwr father, and oven bis ey-tw began to be opened. Ono night—it. wfiH the same upon which Geoffrey and Honoria had resjiectively posted (heir letters to Beatrice—anybody looking Into the littlo room at BryngoUy castle, which nerved its ownor for uil purposes ex- cept that o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 June 1890

tm. j y'lfft ■ L K: , ■ ' ■ Aá¡¿ 1 "I" ' '■ ü/'dtfT . V' ■ V' /i* "• ' ' : • ^ í . 4 ' * • ' ■" '■• ' • ■ Vituli' íitf 'i; STf,^1 I THE SOUTHERN MECüKY: DALLA , TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE Coo^! CooK! A Crowded for room, to reduce ■•ur stock of Organs, wc oiler for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $3$.00, $10.00 and upward, for Cash-or Easy Terras. Write us immediately. WILL A. VATKIN MUSIC CO. 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. CDRREBPnNDBIMCE. NEW YORK LETTER. f FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.] Fapmers Alliance Excha::ge ) 335 Broadway. j Niw York, May 24, 1890. The past week has been an une ventful one in this great city, so far as commerce is concerned. Speculation in sugar has been but little, opening at 6 declining to the last of the week to 6 cents, from the refiners. An agreement has been formed be- tween the large jobbing and importing houses and the refiners, whereby the f former make | of a cent on all sales ' to the retailer. While this is an ap- parently small amount, it is abou...

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

<'• n * y * BB, fHBflOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE £, 1890. I ri W&- Have flYou «STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurant$ AT COSTr~—~-m* Jl?e Imperial Ijft Ipsurap^e ^oropapy, liberal DEMROIW, MiGMIQ-AM. ' akMiact nvttai lnswanoe lit the world. Eefore Inaving jwu uta It will MT yon to lavMtUrat* th* alalia* ot tho Imjpw^^^iya^^yoBttyntoa to erer^ ooucty In Texas. to who** ALLIANCE BADGES ééopUdby thé State Alliance of Ttzcs. emblem pens. )' Ever/ member^ should have one, Eoll-ffoM. ent ur address, 25o. REGALIA BADGES, mrnxw, i MBHlTn ES): cor AUlanoes and inMob'- rj. No lodgo 1* copa At* without * let for ofljoereI and mom born, frioe*. In void plata not 6, *4.00, or 46c *aoh; a til ver, $8.00, or ¡Mo eaoh. or Alllanoo aoala .«#, and you P y •¿nation ohanrc*. ¿ubbor. stamps and 8ton «(la. Checks, eta., in evory description. this buadfc&y MF g. (jo.. Fort Worth, Texan. DPFICIKL. •tat* Alllanoo Offloltl*. i. J)., Enru>s, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

"ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND COOPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" m - ■ - fOJL IX. WO. U- DALLAS. TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JUNE 12 1890. WHOLE WO. U B. IMBODKN. 8. D. BAINKY, JB. Prealdent Trewirer. if, a wall. Secretary. L. G. HAMILTON. Vice-Pre , and Gen. M*u TEE IMBODEN-HAMILTOM MORTGAGE CO. OJkFIT.A.b, - - 9100.000. 00WBTroTB?B",0l rOBT WORTH, TEXAS. |<")ÍSWIBHÍ*TO MrHoner loaned upon farmi, ranche*, vendor*' lien note* and city property at loweit current rate*. Loan closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. "1 REMEMBER THAT „ WALKER'S , llHINA :: HALL has the exclusive agency of the cel- ebrated Woodbury Fruit Jars, and that anyone who has ever used them once will not use any other The Lightning Ico Creara Freezer never fails to freeze cream in irom 3 to 5 minutes. And The largest and best selected stock of China, Queens, Glass and Silver Plated Ware, Chandeliers, Hall, Library and Stand Lamps, and House Furnishing Goods ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBY? DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. SPEECH OF HON. CONE JOHN' SON, In the Senate of Texas, March 1860, In Favor of a Railroad •Commission in Answer to .the Arguments of Senator JH. D. McDonald and Others. TUB DKMOOKATfC PLATKOHM. The Senator for Lamar (McDonald) sur- prised me when be «aid that be was one of 'the committee that 'prepared and submitted 4b r t iiforin adoi ted by tbe democratic con vent)on at Dallas, lie says that it does not mean a commission. That It simply means wbat It says Wbat dues it say "t " Wo favor the passage of such laws a* •ball restrict the freight charge of rail- roads. • • • So as to yield a fair inter- oat on the money actually invested in ttaeni." To that resolution be pledged annuel I ttn<l the democracy to the passage ol such laws as shall restrict'he charges oi railroad companlos to fair Interest on the money actually Invested. Now, "mirubile dlctu," and "nilrahlle visu," ho «ays that no HUcb laws are needed' that "the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. Timber Protection. *HRM XND BURDEN. r Dtvottd to Everything of Interest to lit Farm, Orchard and Garden. BrUf ArtieUs on Practical Topics, Notts and Observations an SoliciUd. FARM NOTES. All men who plow the ground are not farmers. # # ♦ To commence right on the farm it of prime importance. * * * The farmer who is induttrious and frugal is the farmer who is prosperous. • • # There is nothing to equal the fumes of sulphur as an insecticide for mites. • * # The old fashion rail fence will have to give way to strong and enduring iron. # # * That which is worth doing at all is worth doing well, in farming as well as in other pursuits. # # # • There are many crops and many industries not now developed in Texas that it will pay to work. I #% The farmers of Texas seeking to build up a trade and reputation should make standard products. # # # The farmer is the most economical man in the world, yet he is advised more on this one s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

, w THE SOUTHEBV MEBCURT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. The Southern Mercury, ONI DOLLAR * VSAW, IN ADVAWOB, Sam II. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Intend at the poitoOce, Dallas, Tmm, m seoond-class mail matter. KBA.D THIS OABlVVLliT • Patronise those who advertise with u . AdvertUluK ratea furnlihed on AppllcAttou. Always mention the Mercury wWeu writing «o advertisers. Keep builnei* mAtter separate from corre - poudence Intended for publication. Kxamlne the figure ou the lAbel on yoar pa- per And nee that your timo 1 oorrect. AU letter* intended for the Mercnry, whether tannine or otherwise. honld be a<ldre ed to "Southern Mercury." Dalla , Texa . When tending notice of change of address, «nlei the old a well a the new addrww 1 given, we cannot pay any attention u> uch re- auetti* Make money order , draft and all remittance payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and addre all letter to the "Southern Mercury," Dalla , Texas. Renew your subscripti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

y 4 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13 1890. Ors. BETTS I BETTS, MllilllURt Losa of Memory. Confusion i# Ideas, Lassi- tude, Gloominess, Depression of Spirits, Aversion to Society, Eiumf Discouraged, Lao* Of Confidence, Dull. Listless, UnBt for dfudj 0* Business, and üudsllleii burden, SAFI-Lt, PERMANENTLY Bud PRIVATELY CCliBI). BLOOD AND SKIN onse*mott horrible In its I FAILED. i IDII1ADV Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Unmflni Baok, Burning Orine, Kreqrencyol Urinating, Urlae high colored or milky witfc «edlmcnt on stanalup, Gonorrhoea, Gleet C/atitls, oto , promptly and safely cured Gaarges reasonable. i ; To Youns and Middle-Apil Men. J CI IDC PI IDC The awful etfeots of earl) Ü úUnt uUnt vies, which brings Organfi Weakness, destroying bath mind and body with all its dreaded ilia, permanently cured URETHRAL 8TBIcr?DRfl removal complete—neither knife eaustlo nor dilation—without pain or Injury Proof lndlsoutablo. Address those who have lm DRS BETTS paired th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. i , BEATRICE. t *K CHAPTER XXVIL •■oimunr'a triumph* a the common*. And now tho house of commons might rao Into the bottom leva abyaa, and talca the bonae of lord* aud what remained of the British constitution with it und sha should •ever miss them. For, at the beat of times, Beatrice—in common with most of her sex- Ill all gratitude be it aaid, was not an ardent politician. There Geoffrey sat, bis arins folded—the ku pushed slightly from his forehead, so that aba oouid see bis faoe. There was her own beloved, whom she had come so far to sm, and whom to-morrow aha would dare so much to save. How sad ha looked—he did sot aeein to be paying much attention to what was going on. She knew well enough that be was thinking of her; she could fuel it in bar bead as she bad often felt it before. But aba dared uot let her mind go out to him fu answer, for, if once she did so, she knew also that be vrouid di cover her. Bo she nut, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

ifp^ THE SOUTHERN MECUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. Wmvm* } CooKI CooK! •Crowded for room, to reduce ••ur stock of Organs, wo 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. WILL A. W&TK1N MDSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. 4 CORRESPONDENCE. ol ■aV.' 43. O. Dawn, Seoretary Farmers State Allianoe, on the Con- vention. Editor Mercury:—Oar precinct convention met on Saturday and in- structed Hogg for governor and the railroad commission. The Mercury •cones regular every week, well loaded .and is doing a grand work in giving the people the true issues of the pres- ent campaign Our school teachers, farmers, young men and old men, all all of them generally, are' coming out of the brush as defenders of Hogg and the railroad commission. They are ' now ready to stump their precincts against 'he man who comes with his railroad free pais in his pocket speak- ing a railroad commission or again...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 June 1890

«tu * • um. -fe ■ ™ *rwe/ - • ■ •-'j.-1 >^,u ! •« ; "Sr^F P^f^lPiiHHHlK^^HiiiiHIHi THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBTt DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. war Haw You "STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON" for Insurantt AT COST9 ~m T*?e Imperial li?Siirai?<;e ^ojnpapy, This OOMptBT offer* insnranoe at oost, It la the cheapest itffvlar Insnranoe In the world, liberal inducements ara offered. Address DEVROIV. MIGMIQ-AN. Be/ore lnsarlag you ¡lit It will pay yon to investigate the claim of the Imperial. WGood acanta wanted in every oonnty In Texas, to whose PATTI&SON & CLARK, State Agente, Dallas, Tesa*. ALLIANCE BADGES Adopted by the Stat* Allianct of Texas EMBLEM PENS. ■very member, I should have <jne Boll-xold, not o any address, 26o. REGALIA BADGES, CM Alllanooa aud memb< rt. No lodge is oom< aSte r * ■ • Frioes EMBLEM PENS. MT n m Bvery nieint><'rysk/"*ysi/v ■MnrafjMtsheuld have pnt-.V jr. A. ( mm lx-Vv] 1 Boll-gold, fir) i 0M3k^*l ^HUULAJU any uddress, 26o. [mgfíEg¡A REGALIA ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

"ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY* fOL. IX..WO. 25. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜBSDA Y, JUNE ID, 1890. WHOLE NO. ¿25 — — ■ i i ■ " *■ jmoSSim.""'""íA . u tt w iSu„ vri'pSi.lLaG™:*.„ TTTü IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAI , - - •lOO.OOO. . OOBREB THIRD AKD | POET WOHTH, TEXAS. |w®ffi38ff8*ro houston btt). ritoney loaned upon farms, rsnotaes, Tendors' Uen note* *nd city property at ratea. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. lowest current L REMEMBER THAT n WALKER'S bHINA :: HAL has the exclusive agency of the cel- ebrated Woodbury Fruit Jars, and that anyone who has ever used them once will not use any other* The Lightning Ic¿ Cream Freezer never fails to freeze cream in Irom 3 to 5 minutes. And The largest and best selected stock of China, Queens, Glass and Silver Plated Ware, Chandeliers, •Hall, Library and Stand Lamps, and House Furnishing Goods in the South* Write for prices oft Woodbury...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

.V THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜBSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. —• CORRESPONDENCE. Hailroad Regulation. BV MONTA J. MOORE. The public question of most vital Interest to the people of Texas is that «fa railroad commission or no com- mission. Though the people will have the disposition of all the s'^te offices ai the corning November election as veil as the selection of all the mem- bers of the lower house of the legisla- tion and miny of the upper house, the future condition of our great com- monwealth is more completely em- braced in the result of the vote next November on the railroad commission amendment to the constitution than in the selection of men to intrust with all these positions of such extraordina- ry responsibility; for indeed, ordinarily it matter3 not how little concern the .people exercise as to the personal qualificatons of those whom they se- lect to steer the old ship of state through two years of salary from the .. c till, it is next to impossible to ■ lire a cr...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

/ í¡ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUB8DAY, JUNE 19, 1890. CARW AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Inttnit to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notts and Observations are Solicited. It Bests With the Farmers. The farmers compose the grenter part of the i opulatioo of Texas. They are almost a unit for a railway com- mission. but like method to carry out their with. They have bet n hereto- fore too easily persuaded that they should not go into politics. They have as much right to take an interest in politics as the lawyer, the doctor, or the anyone else. It is a duty resting upo i them and if they fail to perform that duty they will suffer. They bear the burdens of government aod should say who should direct its affair*. The Fairfie'd Recorder speaking of the farmers in politics says: If the farmer* of Texas do not get the state officérs elected that they want ii will be their fault, and they will have no one to blame but themselves. If they w...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

din ••'■ft'- ¡4 1 nW 13, ;¡w "vi: ;•> ■ _ 4 m. The Southern Mercury OM BOLLAN A VIA", IN AOVANM. Sam H. Dixon, B. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr. EnUred At tha poitofflca, Dallas, Toxaa, u taooad-olAii in All matter. map this oamtput. Patronlso thoM whj advert!** with o . idT«tUbi| rata* furnished on application. Always mention the Miwutj whan writing 40 advertisers. Keep business matters «aparata from aortas *ondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on tha labal on your pa* Mr and saa that your tima Is oorreot AU letters Intended for the Mercery, whether business or otherwise, shenld be addressed to •'Southern Meronry," Dallas, Tens* When sending notloe of ehange of address, onless the old as well as the new address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to suoh re- JLVMftl* Make money orders, drafts and all remittances Buyable to the order of the "8outhern Merau- iy," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Renew your subscription, so you won ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

i i THE 8QPTHEBM MEBCPBT: DAUA8, T1XAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 , 1880. üOrs. BEnS & BETTS, nnuiRinr «OÜSMMhT vital Power , SíeeplesBi Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Semina) -ht Emissions, Lom d lesaneaa, Dospondency, ' bou of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, l£Ml- Ion ot Spirits, ifred.Laok . Tor Stud; t-blood and skw ease*mo'ft horrible ln U results, completely eradicated wlthout thc oh of mercury. Scrofula. Bryslpclas, Fcvei -Sores,Blotches, Pimples, Uloera.rains intnc i'Head and Bones, Syphioltlo flore Throat, Mouth and Tongue, Catarrh, oto.. PBHMv BBNTLY CUBED WHBN ÓTHBB8 HAVI 1AXIMD. IIDIUIDV Kidney and Bladder Trouble*. Weak ;4inlnAlll Baok, Burning Urine, Frearonoy of Urinating, Urine high colored er milky with ~"ment on standing, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, itls, eta, promptly and wfely cured, reasonable. To Youni and Middle^ed Men. wful effect * which brlngt both mind a I, permanent RdBermanen omínete—nelt A CI IDC PI IDC The awful elfeota of early "fl OUnt uUnt vloe. which brings Organic Weakn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

■; THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜB8DAY, JUNE Ú, 1890. f m. . « I BEATRICE. I Br H. mm mm CUAl'TElt XXVIII (Continued) Bhe puddled on; the sound of lliat death knell <ahook hor nerve*, aud modo her feel faint and weuk. Oh, it would linvo been lanier had «lie been as i>lie was a year ago; be- fore she learned to love, and, hand ill hand, bad wen' faith and hoi e rearise from tlie depth* of her stirred foul. Then, being but a heathen, she could have met he;- end with all • heathen's strength, knowing what who lost, And believing, too, that she would find but sleep. And now it wus otherwise, for in her heart she did not believe that she wus about utterly to parish. What! could the body live (pina thousand form*, changed, indeed, but Indestructible and immortal, while the spirit- ual part, with all its hopes aud loves and fears, molted into nothingness* It cyulrl not be; surely on some new shore the should once again greefher love. And if it was not, how would thoy moot h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1800. looKl CooKI Crowded for room, to reduce ••or stock of Organs, we offer for « few days, Organs at $95.00, $35.00, $38.00, $10.00 and upward, •for Cash or Easy Terms. Write •us immediately. «OI A VATK1N MUSIC CO., 7j7 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. 3BARNBY QIBBS AT WAX A' HACHIS. Waxahachib, T*x., m y 31.—'Hob. rBarnett Gibbs vpoke tu a large audience In the court house ble evening. Ttaa follow • log la a aynopaia ot bit speech : Wbat kind of a governor f I am used to tbe cry tbe Xewa and eathetio politician* ore raiting against Jim ttogg. Wben we were about to nominate the Old Alcalde at 'Dallaa tbe Herald and Newa howled that it meant ruin to the state, and no money or •people would oome here while we had suoh a moaaback governor. The clsy of Dallas went rgslnst him because tbey beard he smoked a cob pipe, and this might sbook some Boston capitalist or railroad magi et. •One oi the wards want against him be- cause he kept bis whisky in a j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 June 1890

' 1 ^WKUMHKI 8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1890. ALLIANCE BADGES . Siopttdby th* State .<1 ¡¡ana of Texas. EMBLEM PXNS. IB very inei\i>«r( Kiiaulil havo nao, Boll-golJ, out o any address, 28c. REGALIA BADGES, to* Allinnci'H «rid memlcrs. No lodfo is com- ■let* without a let for otile rs and members. fftc !6, in «'iid plate, sot P, Í4.0U, or «o eaeb ¡ IB lilver, iU.OO, or Mo each. ap-Allianoo «cal M.«6, and you pay trans- aomtlon oliargos. liubbor Stumps and Bten •Ut, Chocks, oto., In every description. THE «BADLKY MK O. <!0., Von Worth, Texas. OFFICIAL. ■tete AUlano* Officials, f. D. Vixls*. Manor, Travis Co.. president. J. If. PssDCB, West Mountain, Upshur Co., flee president. SO.Daws, SprinrUwn, Parker Co., seore- Wy-treasurer. D. M. Bcxra, Alexander, Erath Co., lecturer B. J. Kxkdbicx, Waoo, McLennan Co.. ex- HltlTe oommlttee. D.M. CcmrniOKAK, Beauklss, Williamson 00* executive oommlttee. S. f. Boons, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- •estivo oomml...

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