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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 July 1890

ft- «. . THE SOUTHERN MEBOUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890. y HOW. J. B. SIMPSON'S. Speech at Hutohins June 24 in Re- ply to Col. Hdghes. P*llowCitimms:—I have been Instruct ed by the committee represento (the com* million idee end fevering the election of Mr Hogg, to reply to the speech that my Mend Col. Hughes bee lust addressed you. In all intelectual contests of this character the opening speaker hae some advantage, ilace he deliberately in sdTance selects the pointe to be discussed and practically chooses the ground upon which he otters -battle. Col. Hughes has done this with the skill of a trained lawyer and were not the cause he advocated in defensible and its alleged principlee entirely unaccepta- ble to the great body of intelligent men In this state, one might experience no little dlfhoulty, however expert he might be In promiscuous deoate, In formulating on the speech of the moment a satisfactory re- ply. In the inceptions of my remarks I be- lelve that I may w...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 July 1890

|?V' B0YS ANB GIRÜS' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to ¿Liy¡v Plmsui'y. JtPtUÍMÍituAim being to Develop Literary Talent and to fcittrtvmrirfasto for the Puro and Good in Reading and Learning. , . ...... Conducted by, Mku. Jknnik Dixon. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890. "KISSED HIS KOTHBB." She hü! on tho porcli iu the snn hlu«, A I wH-.t down the utruot— A womiin whoso hnir wiih ►¡Wer. Ilat win su fin1 wm hloKHom swot, MukliiK one Ui'nk of n garden, When in Hpito of the froac unil snow Of bleak Novonibor woathor, IjiitP, fragrant lillos blow. I beard the footstep liehind inn, And tho Hound of a mnrry laugh, And I koew the honrt It onmo from Would luí like a comforting staff In the tirn« mid in the hour of trouble, Hopeful nd bravo mid Btron«, One of tho hearto to lean on When wo think all tiling" SO wrong. I turned at the click of tho «ato latch And mot his manly look; A face like his (five me pleasure. Like n page of a plua aut book. It told ( f u stead...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 July 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECÜitlf: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JÜJY 10, 1890. in // / CooK! CooK! Crowded 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. Writo us immediately. «ILL A. WATKIN HDS1C CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. There are over 90,000 children in the Presbyterian Sunday schools. Safe and sure to regulate the bowel*,— Ayer's Catbartio PiUs never tail to give satisfaction. Ileeomuiended by eminent physicians. Beware of little sins. Mosquitoes drink more blood than lions.—Indian- apolis Ram's Horn. Use chkatham'b tasteless ciiill tonic, better than pie, but breaks the chills oil'short ami no mistake. Guaran- anteed to euro. In Wisconsin the state legislature grants a sum of money to carry on a summer school for teachers. It 1b a great misfortune for the young and middle aged to be gray. To overcome this and appear young, use Hall's Hair Itenewer, a reliable panacea. John Burroughs will have ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 July 1890

6 the southern mercury: dallas, texas, thursday, july 10, 1890. ! Pi i R |v A. OFFICIAL. State Alliance Offiolal . 9. D. Fulbb, MBbor, Travis Co., president. J. M. Paliara, West Mountain, Upshur Co., eiee-presldent. { IB. O. Daws, Spring-town, Parker Co., secre- WUT-tri asurer. U. M. Kf*pn, Alexander, KrathOo., iooturer B. J. Kendbick, Waco, McLennan Co., ex- MUttvü oommittoo. D. M. CrwwiNOitAM, Beauklss. Williamson (Jo., executive committee. O. V. Hoojrua, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- ecutive i omoilttee. * ~ Ruling. v, «>ver:U inquirios regarU- 111 j> i. • * U last Htatc Alliance co«i- Mi ji) linen. The dues were not railed but remain the same as heretofore ■ cents per quarter. Tk Initiation lee was raised to 91 for ■tale members; this was done as the BO Mats Initiation lee was totally inadequate moot the expenses of the State Alliance Fraternal)y, t D. Fields, Pres. F. 8. A. 1 pay you to confer with us on our ad "Model" S, Carver Cotton Qlns Cotton Qlnnera, Mill Hen'and Dea...

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

ff'-'F I ss TZ "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [(OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " TOL. IX. NO. 20. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, J i n. Y ¡7,1890. WtiU LK JVO. ■-'""a-, l'aw "-lrú,7. vtí.S,4.SC:>i.u THE IMBODEN-HAM! LTl'N MOB TG AGS CO. CAPITA!, #100,000. C0RNA R TH1R1) AND vu xv« oxo. , , ■ houston e ra. ar-Monoy loaned upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current ' rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. CORNER THIRD AND! HOUSTON STS. F01T WOBTH. TEXAS. Alliance Furniture BY A FARMER BOY. I have bought a large stock, principally 011 timo, which must bo paid for iii sixty days, and for cash during that * time everything will bo SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 ET of house. Look for big sign on side Want and Exchange Column. la this column we will insert free of charso many AUi'inoo member, ono timo, any notioo •clit?in; to wants or exchange. Notices must iotaiucc',1 flvo Mr""-....

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

* T , M s i THE SOUTHERN MERCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. alliance: news. All About the Order in the State and Outside of it. Alliance is Doing Everywhere. Wlmt the ITEMS. The Alliance in the United State numbtri about three million strong. The inlhicnce of the Alliance teach- Tings are being felt in every walk of •life. The county meetings are generally well attended and much interest man- ifested General McCulloch, who is a candi- date for state treasurer, is a member of the Farmers Alliance. The Alliance people of Georgia are fighting to abolish the present convict labor system in that state. Dr. J no. I). Fields, president of the State Alliance, has been spoken of for state health officer. He would fill the bill The Alliance people of Minnesota have concluded to nominate a state ticket. They meet in St. Paul, July 16th. Lee County Alliance tabled the Colorado county resolutions, and en- dorsed the present editor of The Mercury. National President Polk is now on a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 July 1890

r <a i . ¿ I I; y í ♦ Í m ,'v. . I < . y J.Í, . .. ' • /' • . v . . . .^ t i'# ...... wácti-i-ymmmW THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜBSDAT, JULY 17, 1890 Í|yiÉÉi!ÍálM^^iáá!d&k^Éfti^uJUík¿>.: 4fliifcutii>.£/l. ¿i,. ¿ik-Üt'Jt... «IWi Wf, {mm FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and (farden, llrief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. FARM AND GARDEN. The Future Southern Farm. Numerous faTmers in these southern states have become disheartened in their slavish stiugg'es and no profits in cotton culture, and now their intei • tion is to give fruit and vegetables a fair trial. But plenty of farmers will stick to cotton to furniih all the cot- ton the woild needs. Strawberry culture will become an extensive busine-s in many of the southern states, and where strawber- ries do best in the south, in soil and belts, no competition can ever destroy it« Mississippi has a good location for early strawberries ...

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

«ra ■> '-i THE SOUTHBKN MERQUE Y: DALLAS, TEXAg, THÜfiSDAT, JULY 17, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONC DOLLAR A YEAfl. IH AOVANOM. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. tíu¡. Man'gr. Hog£ and a commission weighing a ton at the same time. Entered at the ponofllce, IH'-lau, Texas, a* (eoond-clHHh mull matter. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY Patronize tho*e wiho a'lvtrtlse with ti« Advertising rute furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury wkou wtitluK to advertisers. Keep buslnenH matter# separate íroa corres- pondence Intended for public ation. Examine the llgures on thu label on your pa- per and soe that your time 1 correct. All letters Intended for tlie Mercury, whothor busliieH or otlierwife, should tie addressed to •goutheiii Mercury," Utillas, Texas. When sendluit notice of chnnjfe of address, unless the olil us well as the now address Is (riven, we cannot pay any attention to such re- gueats. Make money orders, drafts and nil remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Merott-...

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

I THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1800. LITEBARY MISCELLANY. > The New England Magizine for July opens with an article on our National Songs, which it will be profit- able for all good Americans to read while the Fourth of July spirit is on them. We suspect that most cf our people who sing Yankee Doodle, Hail Columbia, the Star-Spargled Banner, and America know little enough of the history of these songs as here told so interestingly by Mrs. Ferris. The ar- ticle is singularly rich in illustration, fall of rare fac-similies as well as giv- ing portraits of the authors of these famous hymns. What will attract most attention, perhaps, is a reproduc- tion of Dr. Smith's original draught of America. We read that this draught was carelessly flung into his desk and forgotten by the young author, who had no presentiment of the fame which awaited his composition; but it was not lost, and the public now has a sight of it with its various interlineations and changes...

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

THE SOI 1ml t UTHEftN TfflEI MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890 B0YS ANB GIRÜS/ DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to thoir Pleasure and Profit. Its Spocial Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Taste for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mus. Jennie Dixon. The is Boys anu Gikls:— Now lor a short lesson about this house that we live in. The first part of the house that is put up, you know, is the frame work. Now, think of the bones in your body. Do they not support it? These must be stout ar.d perfect, or the body cannot be. little inoffensive lot king cigarette the unrelenting foe to perfect benes. It renders them small and weak, and if we commence the habit of using them when young we put up a poor frame work for our temple, which will cause it to break down at the most unexpected time. You have all heard of notable cases of some of our most brilliant men, cut down in their prime by the use of tobacco. The wall of this temple is our...

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

• ^: " f-^7r-/ *:^??A3f í' ,:*fl¡fí r* •••')■• ^ 9|Pi?,, '" THE SOUTHERN MEOUKJT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUJY 17, 1890 ,£ooKl CooK! Crowded for room, to roduce our stuck of Organs, we oflor tor a few days, Organs at $25.00, $36.00, $38.00, $*0.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. ^ ri*u us immediately. WILL i. VATK1N MUSIC CO,, 737 Main St., DALLAS, 1EX. SENATOR .COKE His Views on Railroad Legisla- tion and Regulation. The Powers and Duties of th State- The Equities Involved oa Each Side— Oonaesvauve but Firm. Waco, Tkxas. July 2«; ls00. Mr. C. W. Harned, Merchants' Exchange, Dal oh: My Dear Sik—Yours ol recent date has 4>een received, but other engagements -which cou d not be postponed preven td a xeply within the time desired by you. I regret that tu h was the ca e, but cjuld not help it: Becognlzing fully tlie light of the Merchants' Exchange of Dallas, rep- ieeented by jou, lo call on me jor an ex- pression as to the public questions reierred to in your letter, 1 embrace ...

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

wv' THE SOUTHERN MBHCÜBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1800. OFFICIAL. State Alliance Offloiala. O. Fixldb, Manor, Travis Co., preildeut. /. if. Pibddb, West Mountain, Upshur Co., f'-oa-presldent. I IB. O. Dawn. Springtown, rarker Co.. hocre- ary-treasurer. D. M. Reuní, Alexander, ErathCo., lecturer B, J. Kkkubick, Waco, MuLcmnan Co., ex MUtlvc oommlttco. D. M. Ccmnihobam, Beaukiss, Williamson Mq exooutivc committee. 8. f. Boqkiih, J'uleatlno, Acidortion Ca, ox •Sativo committal). * * — Haling. v, vverul inquiries regard- II I ;•]. . • i-lawl Htale Alliancecon- W j) J'jae . The due* wero riol raiac-i but remain tbo samo as aereUifore, IA cffnt por quarter. Ti. Initiation leo wax rained to 91 tor sale member ; this was dono at tho ¡SO Mttta initiation leo wan totally inadequate to aibot the expenses of the State Alliance. lfi- !.iirnally, ' £>• Fields, l'res. V. fi. A. the Presidents and Secretarle oi tlio County Alliances of Texas: Ifou will please notify mo of tbo action tf...

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

™R Ri N, \ ' 1 \ / "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE ANO OO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.J " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" TOL. IX. JVV. SO. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JUL Y i4. 1890. WHOLE XQ. 180 U B. IMBODEN. 8. D. BAINEY, JR. President TreMnrer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary. L. Ü HAMILTON. Vlce-Prea. «nd Gen. Mnn. THE IMBODEH-HAMILTOIT MORTGAGE GO. OAPITAIW, - - •lOO.OOO. fOBT WOBTB, TEXAS. CORK AH THIRD AND HOUSTON 8T8. ijorner third and houston STS. MVMoneT loaned upon farm , ranchea, vendors' lien note and city property at lowest current 1 rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Alliance Furniture BY A FARMER BOY. I have bought a large stock, principally on time, which must bo paid for in fcixty days, and for cash during that time everything will bo SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 l3f°Look for big sign on side of house. ISAAC DAVIS, 1031 Main St., DALLAS,TEX, (Ed. Smith's Old Stand. PLANTEES, 'Preparejor War! Cotton planters should lose no time...

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

■ «5*3 THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 24. 1890. ; . •/ V* in'- ALLIANCE NEWS. All About tlx- Order in the State and Outside of it. Alliimce is Doing Everywhere. What the BESOLUTION8. navarro coun i v. Whereas, Bryan T. Barry, chairman of the Cook campaign committee, without authority of the democratic party, consent or knowledge of the people of Texas, did issue a certain cir- cular published in the Dalla? morning News of June 22,1890 which con- tained the following language, to wit: Nor shall any person be permitted to participate in convention who belong to any secret oathbound organization, and Whereas, said circular is a direct thrust at labor organization, especially the Farmer's Alliance. Therefore, Be it resolved that lan- guage is inadequate to express our contempt for such a course of action and rules which could not have erni- nated from the brain ot no one save an enemy of republican government knave or a lyrant, and cone other would have sent it fort...

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

fr i THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1890. ■ $ . v.* i >1 FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the I arm, Orchard and (lurdcu. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. B ■ it ITEMS. Care and fertilizers make the farro. The productiveness of the «oil de- pends on the farmer. The creamery business is rapidly extending to all sections. Study the markets and learn what class of products meet with the most ready sale. Generaliy it is not a good plan to leave the ground bare; it is not a nat- ural condition. Plowing under green crops is one of the cheapest and best ways of building up run-down sod. Care must be taken now not to crop the pastures down too close, or serious damage may be done. Thorough cultivation is essential in order to secure a good growth and yield. Do not finish too early. As a rule, the wisest course is to convert the grain, hay and other feed j into meat and market it in this way. Quality is...

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

.V,.nA /, i Ikdi.ijL w. THE SOÜTHBBH MERCPBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜE8DAT, JULY 94, 1890. Th« Southern M«**cury. ONC BOLLAN A Yf AH, IN ADVAHOI, Sam H.Dixon, Editor. E.Newton, : : Bus. Man'gr. Entered t the ponvottce, Dalla , Te*as, m leomul rl— mall matter. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize those wiho advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when wriUuu to advertiser*. Keep busluess matter separate irons corres- pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- Mr and see that your time Is correct. All letters lntonded for the Mercury, whether fbnsiness or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of ehaugo of address, fu ., the old as well as the new addrons Is ifiren, we cannot pay any attention to such re- wests. Make inouoy orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Bouthorn Mercu- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Mercury," Dal...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24 1890. ▲ Wise Movement. Editor Mercury:—A great many of our people are, and all ought to be, profoundly interested in the higher ed ucation of their children. Three year ago the writer and a few other Alii- anee members organized wi'.h the view of establishing an industrial school at Marble Falls, Burnet county. Our "work was delayed a long time; but, no inisfortune overtaking us, we shall be ready to open the school September 17 th. We now have, nearly completed, a large, handsome college edifice, all granite, 89x78, two stories high, cov- ered with mansard roof, for school pur- poses; also, an elegant boarding house for boys,—house has sufficient room to accommodate seventy board- ers. Both houses are beautifully lo- cated. The whole property is worth over thirty thousand dollars. The .granite building, including donations of material, will <-ost over twenty-five thousand dollars. If possible, as soon as these houses are fin...

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

w p THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 24, 1890. B0YS ANB GIRÜS' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure and Profit. Its Special Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Taste for the Pure und Good in Beading and Learning. Conducted by, Mas. Jennie Dixon. Boys and Girls:— John K. Skillern't letter wUl be my text to-day. That is the kind of boy that the world wants. See how his father trusts him now. Justsoitwil be when he is a man. He will take the front rank He will be a leader ] w«mt every boy who is a total ab- stainer from strong drink and tobacco to write me. Keep the temple pure. • * Will Lottie J. Blankenship please give us her address—as we have a letter to be forwarded to her from South Bosque. #- # • Lena Barr writes to the cousins, but on both sides of the paper. We are sorry, Lena, that we cannot publish your letter. Write again. LETTERS A busy little houslwii e ano moth* kr's comfort. I am a little girl ten years old. My pa and bi...

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

THE SOUTHERN MECtfjtf: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUJY 24, 1890. f £ool(! CooK! Crowded for room, to reduce •our stock of Organs, wo offer for >* few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. WILL A. WATKIN MDS1C CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. When sou take a trip you are frequently 'troubled «1th constipation, headache, paina lathe stomach, indigestion, a feeling ot weakness or geceral lassitude, heartburn, aold or sour stomach. &c. You do not 'wish to cram your atamach with a lot ol nauseating pills, but II you wish a pleasant and satisfactory remedy procure one bot- tle of Bailey's Saline apehiknt, which will cest only 60 cents. It is exseeeingly pleasant, a)wave ready and acts piomptly. Too many farmers allow the timothy and red top to get too ripe before cut- ting for hay. The best stage to cut is -just after the bloom falls. Don't be dUcouraged about tbat eczema till you have given Ayer's Sarsaparilla a persi...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 34, 1890. OFFICIAL. State Alliance Official*. I. D. KixrjDB, Manor, Travis Co., president. J. M. Pihddi, West Mountain, Upshur Co., rloe-presldent. I |S. O. Dawb, Bprlntuown, Parker Co., secre- tary-treasurer. D. M. Htrxrn, Alexander, Erath Co., lecturer 3. J. Kbnduick, Waco, McLennan Co., ox- MUtlve committee. .0. M. Cunninguam, Beauklss, Williamson 9e, executive committee. 8. f. ltooKRH, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- M'itlve com milico. Ootton Olnnera^ Kill Hen and Sealer*. It will pay you to confer with us on our oelebrutea "Model" E. Carver Cotton Gin* Cleaner*, etc., before buying. Finest, best Improved and fastest made. Can be regu- lated for either damp or dry cotton, and no higher la price than ether gins. Itubl r, leather and cotton belting and hose a spe- : claliy. Kt. Louis prices duplicated. En- gine , boiler*, presses, milla, pulleys, (.baitings, duplex gin >aw fliers and general «implies. Special Inducement! offered...

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