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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

I m "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" IlOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] — "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY* roz. IX. JVO. 26. DALLAS, TEXAS, TE URSDA Y^JUÁ'E 2d.1890. WHOLE NO. ^26 u B. XMBODKN. 8. D. K A INKY, JR. President Treasurer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary. L. G. HAMILTON. Vine-Pres. and Gen. Man THE IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. .PITAb, - - •lOO.CN rOBT WORTH, TEXAS. OA PITA b, - - •100,000. (WH(MJ8T<?N1BT8^NI) I FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. | cobHnOaÜr8TtOTB?8AND WMoner loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. REMEMBER THAT Alliance Furniture BRYANT T. BARRY. ft WALKERS . 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 Cream Freezer nover fails to freeze cream in lrom 3 to 5 minutes. And The largest and best selected stock of China, Queens, Glass and S...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

2 THE SOUTHERN MEBCUEY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1890 > i CDRRBBPDNDBNCB. Tom Smith on the Issue. Not long since at the cattlemen's convention held in the city of Fort Worth, Col. Jot Gunter, than whom none knows more ot the condition ol the people of Texas, and than whom no one is more courageoui to speak, remarked that while they, the cattle men, were justly complaining of their hardships and of unjust methods, it irould be well to cast a glance at the agricultural intert sts, and that the con- dition of the cattlemen was one of comparative prosperity and satisfac- tion as compared to that of our farm- ers. He instanced the fact that it now costs $6o oo per car from Dallas to Van Alstyne, a distance of about 50 railes, he stated, and from St Louis • to Dallas only $58.00. Comment is unneccsary. The disclosures made to the people of Texas by the freight rate conven- tion, held last year in Dallas, arc of too recent date to need to be repeated now. Mr. S. D. Blake and ot...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

the southern mbbcubt: dallas, texas, thub8dat, june 26, 1890. \ I":... VV *KRM UNO BURDEN. M to Everything of Intmst to tho Farm, Orchard and Gardon. Brief ArticUs oh Practical Topics, ¡Mu and Observations arc Solicited. X FARM NOTES. The peach crop is very short this year. • • It is not too late to put out sweet potato slips. •#* The grain crop of the state is turn- ing out poorly. #*# There is but opinion of the progres- sive farmer, and that is: he is prosper- ous. * * # Cauliflower can be grown wherever the cabbage prospers. It requires about the same culture and care. #% The tomato is the most prolific gar- den vegetable raised in the south, yet it is always a choice vegetable and the maiket is rarely glutted with them. # # # Good rains have fa'len in most every portion of the stale during the past few weeks, which have increased the pro'pects of good crops very materi- ally. # * * Strawberry cuiture is getting very common in Texas. This little huit is deservedly popular in thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

Mgftt wSB .... r v, ■ " T-.- v THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUKE 26, 1890. É , The Southern Mercury om dollar a vcaii, in aovamos* Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, t Editor. But. Man'gr iDtindtt the postoflloe, Dallas, Tesas, m Second-ola** mAll matter. MAD THIS OAMFÜUT. ifstronlce tboie wJ j advertise with u . Advertising rate* furnUhed on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing to advertisers. Keep builnea* matter* icparate from corros fonlence intended for pnbHeatlon. XxAmlne the figure* on the label on your pa- ver And nee that your time la oorreot ▲11 letter* Intended for the Mercory, whether . buslne** or otherwlie, honld beAddreeaed to '"Southern Mercury," Dalla*, Texss. When «ending notloe of ehange of Addre**, Anlei* the old a* well a* the new Addre** is giren, we OAnnot pay any attention to *noh re- oueet*. llAke money order*, drAfta And All remittance* . payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," And addre** all letter* to the "Southern Mercu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JliTNE 26 1890. Ore. SETTS & BETTS, 'A f 11(11 ip Debility. Spermatorrhoea, Seminal rUUo Loason/klght Emissions, Low of Powers, Sleeplessness, Doipondenoy, 0'g ^°&íí iís@ isfek mmWt' «HOOD WD SKI* 1, completely eradicated without the mercury. Bororula, HryiipelM, Foyei Lr'oWv&MfiM'iSRi " ment ón standing, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, impUy and safely cared. on stam tU. etc , promp reasonable. Ti founi and liflMpJ leu 'fg&S3 with all its dreaded ills. permanently ^URETHRAL ¡^*ü¿¿mpiete-nelthér , « Mustia nor dilatien—without pain or Injury. 'Proof Indisputable. lulgenoe ithbody a MS, study or marriage. MiMBUD KIN, or those entering on thai nappy Ufe, aware of physical debility, qulokly otjh bücoxhs (Tbased upon facts. Ut-praotioalexperienoe. nd—Bvery case is espeolsily studied. Srd—M< thus are pro- j to suit eaoh thai effeetíñjr dures without injury, "Send 6 osnts postage tor celebrated "Mrtlu aright. fared in our laboratory on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

i f.'fl ; ' ' m \r. i-i ■w ,' TUB SOUTHERN MBBCUXT: DALLAS, TEXAS, üiHUBSDAT, JUNE 26, 1890. TT m li- li i BEATRICE. 1 Irl CHAPTEU XXX (Continued) tu rose and went, again to the eage of tu* esa. At this moment old Edward and his aon arrived. Geoffrey pointed to tbe boat, and (ban held up tbe little shoe. "All," said tbe old man, "as I thought. Ooad belp her! She's gone; «he'll never come ashore no more, who won't. She's twenty ■ilea away by now, she is, breast up, with Iba gull* a-ttoreaming over her. It's that there 4 d canoe, that'll what it in. 1 wish to Qoad I bad broke it up long ago. I'd rather have built her a boat for nothing, I would. D— n tbe unlucky craft!" screamed the old Ban at tbe top of hie voice, and turning Un head to bide the team which were streaming down his rugged face. "And her that I Mined, and pulled out of the wateii onoe all hat dead. D—n it, 1 nay I There, take that, CB eea witch, you 1" and he picked up a great wider and crashed it through the botton^of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

THE SOUTHimW MBCOBYt DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8ft, 1890. jíooKI CooKI Crowded for room, to reduoe •nr stock of Organs, we offer for «lew days, Organs at *2#.00, $35.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cadi or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. IM í WATÍ1N MUSIC CO., 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. FAMILY FADE. Edited by • Mist Flortnc* Martin. Shis department 1> for the friendly inter- change of opinions between oar renders on toplos of Interest to our lndy friend*. Letters «n oordlally solicited. Letter Intended for this department, please address to "Stab," Southern Mercury. COUSINS. Here is another bay who would like to join the happy band of cousins. My father and mother belong to the Alliance. I think it a grand peice of •woik. I am going to beat cousin Sa- rah A. Crider getting subscribers for The Mercury. I think a hisfory class is nice. I will answer Ioles An- •dírson's question. The battle of Yorktown was fought in 1781, by the British under Cornwallis, and the Americans un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 June 1890

5% THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890. m I" nrncwL. ■tata AUUam Official*. I. D. Pulps, Manor, Tin vis Co., president. J. M. Failure, West Mountain, Upet-ir Co., HwprMldent. | r*. O. JL)awh, Sprlnetown, parker 0«., secre- «urytreasurer. Q. M. Hon, Alexander, ilrath Co., laoturer 3. t. Kxndbioh, Waco, M-.Lennan Co., ex- easMve oommlttoe. 0.11, Crwifingham, BoavkHi, WUÜamfon OA. exeoutlvo committee. a f. UOOKR6, Vale*tine, Aaderson Ox, ex- eeutfve oommltteo. """ i Bulla*- v, ¿ ¿veral Inquirías regard- HI jim . • * Use liet Htato Alliance con- Mr jJ Jujes. The due were not raised but remain the ame m heretofore, Nl cents per quarter. Tk Initiation fee vu raised to tl tor ■ale member ; this w« done ae the 50 «ata Initiation lee wa* totally Inadequate at BU^t the expense oi Uie State Alliance. yinttr***"Ti ' i*""*®' Fro . V. 8. A. the Presidents and Becrétartee ol tho County Alliance of Texa : You will pleaae notify me of the action «1 your Alliance on consolida...

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

*r^yfyir-- x W *" ■ V: ■ s y?7* *vi* ■;™vTf^7T^ -v. ••;; State Hist Society 'ORGANIZE, EOUOATE AND OO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.} "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' fOL. IX. WO. 27. DALLAS, TEXAS, TBTJRSDAY, JULY 3.1890. WHOLE WO. ¿27 u B. IHBODJS.^ I. 0. «¿¿¡J,,, JtS&jfigfí&M. THE IMB0DEN-HAMILT0H KOKTGAGE CO. #100,000. CAPITAH, | FORT WORTH. TEXAS. CORNER THIRD AND HOUSTON 8TB. CORNAR THIRP AND HOUSTON 8T8. REMEMBER THAT n walker's , China - halL has the exclusive agency of the cel- ebrated Woodbury Fruit Jars, and that anyone who lias ever used them once will not use any other The Lightning lea Cream Freezer never fails to freeze cream in from 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 on Woodbury Fruit Jars, and everything else. WALKER'S CHINA BALL, 619 Elm Street, Dallas, ...

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

UK .4 j THE SOUTHERN MERCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 3, 1890. alliance: news. All About, tho Order in the State and Outside of it. What the Alliance ia Doing Everywhere. ITEMS. The Texas State Alliance will con- vene in Dallas August the 19th. The pic-nic season has come and 'the Alliance people are taking advant- age of the same. Most encouraging word comes from all along the line. The Alliance interest is looking up. State Secretary Daws reports Alli- ance interests growing all over the state and predicts a very large attend- ance at the State meeting. The Mkrcury is continually getting calls for speakers in the Indian Terri- tory, and is is hoped that the State Alliance, at its August meeting will take some action in the matter. The Alliance people of Kansas are hard workers. They are about to to start a paper at Concordia, with a capital of $50,000. The Alliance of South Dakota, is also contemplating otarting an Alliance paper, and have raised $10,000 for that purpose. Fo...

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

THE BQPTHEBM MEBCÜBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, JULY 3, 1890. a I. FARM ANO BARDEN. devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited.- Farmers, let ui have practical farm subjects discussed pointedly and brief- ly. * * # The almost total failure of the peach crop of the state makes vegeta- bles more sought after. # • • The Waller County Water Melon Association is doing a good business if one i to judge by the quantity of melons being shipped into the interior of the state. * # Asparagus can be forced by plant- ing a hot bed thickly with thrifty roots; it comes into bearing in four weeks, and affords asparagus five months in the winter season. Give plenty or air in mild weather. • * We do not discuss partisan politics. The present necessities of the farmers of our country are of far greater im- port acce than the political success of any man or party. The farmers ask for practical legislation in...

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

THE SOPTHBBir MEBCtTHY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THUflSDAT, ÍÜLY 3, ÍIK7. The Southern Mercury. OWC DOLLAR A VSAI , IN ADVM0C. m' I Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Cntorod *t the postoSlce, Dallas, Texas, w Moond-claRi mall matter. don't desere any. Like Gen'l Hogg, he will have a walk over. RBAD THIS OAKBFUVL Y. Patronize those wJ o advertUe with a*. Advertising ratea furoUhed ou application. Always mentios the Meroury when writing DO advertUors. X«ep buslnese matter «eparate from oorrei- Vondence Intended for publication. Examine the figuren on the label on your pa- per %nd nee that your time Is correct. Ail letters Intended for the Mercury, whother business or otherwise, should be addrossed to ■Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of change of address, inless the old as weU as the new address Is giren, we cannot pay any attention to such re- tuesta. Make money orders, drafts and all reml ttaimen payablo to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," and address al...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 July 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3„ 1890. $ Ore. BETTS & BETTS, MAia STRKBT . T JSZAI. tcouni 10 nobility, SpermatorrhiBtt, Semina) ntniUUo Losses, Nitrht Emissions, Loss of Vital Powers, Sieoplosanosa, Di-spondenoj;, laOBB of Memory, Confusion ot Idejui, Laifc' lude, Qioomiuess, Depression of Spirits. Aversion to Society, Kasllv DIagouraKCd, Laot Of Confidence, Dull. Listless, Unlit for Svudi liSMANWlfyalí? PKIVATBLY CoTtBIX BLOOD AND SKIN ease mo'f t horrible in it* results, ooinplotel; use of mercury. I Bores, Blotches, Pimples, uicers, rains m hk Head and Bones, Sjphloltio Sore Throat Mouth and Tontrue, Catarrh, oto., PBUM v HBNTLT CUBED WHBN ÓT1IKB8 JiAVl FAILBD. Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Wea* Back, Burning Urine, Kreqrency oí Urinating, Urino liiirh oolored or milky Witt •ediment on ttlandluw, Gonorrhea , Gleet Cystitis, etc., promptly and solely cured Charges reasonable. <• To Young and Middle-Aged Men. Apiinr Plinf The awful elfoots of earlj OUnt...

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

Tram, THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 8, 1890. B0YS ANB 6IRL2S' DEPARTMENT. Devoto* ! ExcU Mjvol^; te ffíeir Pleasure and Profit. Its Special Aim being to Develop Literary TalentNurture a Tasto for tho Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mrs. Jknnie Dixon. Dear Boyb and Girls of Texas: I know you are glad to get back to jrour old place in the Mercury. It was never the desire of the editor to neglect you, but the press of other matters made it impossible to attend to the children, but now he is going to make up for the past offenses by giv- ing us more space, and each of you must be inspired with the ambition of making it the best part of the paper. Do you realize children that very soon you will be the editors, merchants, bankers and farmers of Texas? Then lets be getting ready. I re- member when I was a child, I thought if I should see an editor, that there would be a kind of a halo surrounding him, distinguishing him from common mortals. I was ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 July 1890

\i / THE SOUTHERN MECPBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THPB8DAT, JUJY 8, 1890. Cool(! Cook! Crowded for room, to reduce •ur stock of Organs, wo offer for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. fILL A. WATKIN MUSIC CO., 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. THE CAMPAIGN. PRESS COMMENTS. Mesqulter: The Mesqulter li for Mr Hogg became he will enforce the laws against rich and poor corporations and all alike. Texas needs such a governor at this particular time. He is young, In the very prime of life—and will make a governor that, will be an honor to Texas and her people. Waco News: If the antl-commisslon men continue to oppose General Hogg for enforcing the law with regards to railroads and in the next breath contend that all railroad regulation should be lett with the courts, people will begin to think they want to elect an executive who will net enforce the law. Crocket Courier : The brilliant services of J. S. Hogg as Attorney-General des...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 July 1890

iminr OFFICIAL. •tot* Allium OflUIala- t. D, Ibuii, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. m. Pbsdde, Weat Moon Win, Dpshur Co., *te*-pre*ldent. i Ilk O. Haws, Spr.ngtewn, Parker Co., secre- tary-tree mi ror. P. M. Hl'hph, Alexander, Erath Co., looturer 8. JT. Kehdbici, Waco, McLennan Co., ea- mtlTO committee. 1). m. Cunningham, Beauklss, Williamson iJMu, erecuUye oemmlttee. CL f. Booaus, Palestine, Anderson Co., ox- seutlve ooramlttoe. ~— • Kallnir. h c*6Ter¡ü Inquiries regard- ,* i ^ • v last Btate Alllanee oon. tat j: ._jes. Tte dues were not f >sed but rcmaic cue same us heretofore, « oents per quar:*r. TV Inttlauou it* was raised to 91 for teue member*; (Ale was done as the CO «ente Initiation lee was totally Inadequate ,o meet the expenses of the State Alliance fraternally, D. Fibi-ds, Fres. F. S. A the Fresldenu and Secretaries ol the County Alliances of Texas: You will please notify me of the action el your Alliance on consolidation aa soon as your County Alliance meets and vot...

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

'*■ W r" ■ ' ™ ■ K\ / "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND *30-OPERATE' IOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.} LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY1 J0L.1X.N0.28. DALLAS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JtrLY /0,1890. WHOLE NO. ¿28 U S. IMBODEN. 8. U. BA1NEY, JB. President. Treasurer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary, l. a. hamilton. Vire-Pret. and Gen. Man. Judge West Also Writes a Letter. THE IMBODEN-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OOBNKH THIRD AKD HOUSTON STB. OAPITAb, •100,000. COKNAR THIRD AND buub1ujs bib. i . w«. . HOUSTON 8T8. Money loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current rutea. Loaim closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Alliance Furniture BT A FARMER BOY. I have bought a large stock, principally on time, which must be paid for in sixty days, and for cash during that time everything will be SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 ywLook for big sign on side of house. Continue to organize till the last gun It üred then spite the gun. Give the ene- my ...

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

s THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 10, 1890. • t"!i I ? m < 1$ IP ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order in the State and Outaide of it. Alliance ¡8 Doing Everywhere. What the ithm8. The Alliance commercial agency is doing a consevative and sate business. Alliance men be true to yourself and our succes as an organization is as- sured. Study to find out what your duty is and do it. Do it as citizens and as Alliance men. President of the Georgia Alliance, the real leader in that state has de clined to become a candidate for gov ernor but will run for congress. Georgia has about two thousand three hundred Sub-Alliance working like bees, and one hundred and forty county Alliance. The total member ship is about eighty-five thousand. Dr. John D. Fields, president of the State Alliance, than whom no npbler Alliance man lives, is daily receiving letters urging the uss of his name for governor. The Doctor refines to en- ter politics. The managers of Alliance stores gins, et...

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

THE SOUTHERN MEBGDBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything <>f Interest to the -barm, Orchard and (iiirdou. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. FARM AND GARDEN. The stock farmer is a prosperous farmer. * * * Farmers are not complaining of dry weather now. * * * Education amoi g larmers is as nec- essary as among anyother class. ## The cultivation of fruit on the farm is absolutely necessary to good health. # * * It does not pay to raise anything that costs more to grow it than it will sell for after grown. # * * The corn crop of the southern sec- tion of the state is safe from the evil effects of a drouths. # * « Twas Franklin who said, "Plow deep while sluggards sleep and you will have corn to seil and to keep." # * * Good rains have fallen in nearly ev- ery portion ol the state since our last - issue, which insures a good corn crop. # # * The tomatoe crop has been a very profitable one this year....

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

THE SOtfTHEKir MEECÜBT: DALLAg, TEXA0, IKVHgÜAt, ftiLT Wf 1890. % i The Southern Mercury. OM DOLLAR A «AH, IN ADVANOS.j Sam H. Dixon, : : Editor. JT. Newton, : Bus. Man'gr. Entered at the poitofflce, Dallas, Texan, M second-clan* mall matter. BEAD THIS OAHKFTJIiLY Pr.tronlze thoiie advertise with u*. Advertising ratea furnished oil application. Alwayi mention the Mercury when writing to advertisers. Keen builnena matters separate from corres- pondence intended for publication. Examine the figuren on the label on yoar pa- per and see that your time 1 correct. All letters Intended for the Mercury, whether business or otherwise, should be addressed to ■Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. Wheu sending notice of change of address, unless the old as well as the new address Is giren, we cannot pay auy attention to such re- quests. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," and address all letters to the "Bouthern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. K...

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