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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

?fl w :'.l ' " v';, I I J Anu tAftlkTfultSt Mfltfl -*•. g'íüKMI & 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY M VOL. VIII. NO. 30. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,1, 18S9. WHOLE NO. SSi. INVESTMENT BANKERS FCRT WORTH, TEXA8. Office, Corner Kuurtli arid. Houston Streets, r-Monoy ahvuys on baud to loan upon farms, ranchos, vendors' lion notes and otty property lowest ourrunt rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Choice securities sure low rated, and easy terms. Address, IMBODEN & HAM1LT0N, Fort Worth, lex. COTTON BAGGIHO. DALLAS MEDICAL AND SURGICAL WHERE 607 Elm St. DISEASES OF BOTH SEXES ARC 607 Elm St, TREATED. Speolal attention given diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Catarrh and Lungs. Piles, Fissure, Fistula In ano, and Ulcers cured without the knll'e. Hernia, or liupture, cured by late Improved methods, so the patient will not have to wear a yuss. Urethral Stric...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

wwpisp THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, OTr. 5, 1889. Opens October 8,—-Closes October 14, 1889. THE FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF THE TEXA9 STATE GRANGE FAIR, IMMIGRATION AND MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION, PA- TRONS OF HUSBANDRY, TO BE HELD ON IXS MAGNIFICENT GROUNDS NEAR McOBEOOB, AT THE JUNCTION OF THB GULF, COLORADO AND SANTA FE RAILROAD AND THE COTTON BELT ROAD. A. J. ROSE, Preiident, P.O. SaUüo. J. S. ROGEIti, Treasurer, P. V. Galveston. W. A. 8HAW, Secretary, P. O. Dallas. j. c. isbeli. Gen. Sup. P. U. McGregor. AH Communications on Fair Business should be Addressed to care of J. G Isbell, McGregor. October 6th, the Entire Management Will bo at McGregor. INTRODUCTION. The management of the Grange Fall Association have not, for various reasons, been In a position to send out their Catalogue earlier. Although so short a time will elapse before the Fair (Oct 8 to 14) they are persuaded this will not militate against attendance—especially from the class to which this Fair especially ca...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

ra np Íi-T m THE SO VTHERJf MERCUR K DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 5, 1889. CORREBPDNDENCE. Polk County. Editor Mbbcuby:—i hope by Ibis to help some of my good old Alliance breth- ren, us 1 bopo we are united as farmers. Many ot our members have quit, on ac- count of our directors; too many directors and too much pay. It is not consistent with the farmer's labor and pay. We should not make a monopoly of the AUl* ance, while we all claim "equal rights to all and special privileges to none." Treat all alike. 1 hope the Alliance will warm up and do better, for monopoly is laughing at us for being such spendthrifts; that wo spend all our money to keep up the Alli- ance. But I see Borne of our merchants are down in the mouth. The day is ours, if we act our part and use cool judgment and economy, be brotherly one with another, give no mortgage and live at home. 1 want to hear from the State Alliance and see bow it comes out. liussBLL Lilley. An Appeal. To the Alliance lirotherhood of Texas: We, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERC UK Y: JJ ALLAH, TEXAS, SEPT. 6, 188'J. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAB IN ADVANCE) ——Published by the—— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. OTAT) THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application, Always mention Thb Mekcuky when writ >ni to advertiser!. Keep business matters se do rat o from oor- respondenoe intended for publication. Examine the flg-uroB on the label on your pa- per and soe that your time is correct. All letters Intended for Thb Mbrcuby whether business or otherwise, should be[ ad- dressed to Ibi South win Mercury, Dallas Texas. It will take about throe weeks after sub- scriptions aro sent before tho subsorlbors names will appear on tbo regular mallnir callera. When sending notices of change of addrois, es, unless the old as wull as tbo new address is given, we cannot pay any attention to sucn requests. Send money for Tub Mercury ob specified abevf; all money for the Exchango must bo Sent to J. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

THE SO UTHERM MEE CUR K DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 8, 1889. 1 ) CORRESPONDENCE. XXiddeltown Alliance. Editor Mkbcuhy:—As it is ao very seldom that a communication from Mid- dletown Alliance appear* in tbe columns of our battle flag. Tuk Mercury, I will In my leeble way write you a short com- munication. Mlddletown Alliance was orgunized by Bro. II. T. Clark of Llano county. March Dili, 1887. Since then we have been moving along patiently, realiz- ing that great structures are not built In a day. Our determination is equal to tbat of tbe imperial guard of Napoleon. When all else bave fled I believe Middletown Alli- ance will be standing flrm with drawn sword. They conquer or they die. The Alliance must make no compromise. She conquer or be couquered. Which of the two will we choose. There are two en* terprises set on foot by the State Alilanco— the Exchange and The Mebcuby; to make them what tbey were Intended to be tliey must have our support. This tail let every sub-Alliance take up a co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

J' SOVIBEHJf bí-<V CUPE 9,031. CHAPTER UL At the time tboeo «venta were taking place I was a shining llgbt in the Society of Freemasons, and on the day Cynthia left Clayhlll—the Monday after Christ- inas day—I had to attend my lodge in town. It was an Important occasion, and I waa likely to be kept there very late, so I brought np my bag with me in order that I might dress in Billiter street and go back there to sleep, as was my usual custom when unable to catch the last train to ClayhilL In my new anxiety, born of the dis- tressing change in Cynthia, I had de- termined to see more of Horace than I had hitherto done. I thought he had perhaps told his Bister how little notice I took of him during business hours, and I blamed myself when I thought that my neglect of the boy had possibly some share in her worry. I rated myself soundly for my want of charity in letting the memory of his past selfishness preju- dice me against him now, when he had shown his willingness to do his best ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

THE SO UTHERJT MERCUR DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. S, 1889. u THE FRMILY. The Boll of Honor. We the undersigned (liters of the Far. men Alliance of Texai, agree to sell egg , chickens, batter and garden stuff to the amount of onk dollar, which amount la to be paid by the fibst dat of august, and tbe total amount so subscribed is to be applied to the payment of the Exchange indebtedness: Mrs. A. P. Shaw, Donalton, Texas, (pd) Mrs. Bettle Gay, Columbus, (paid) Mrs. L. tí. Buckley, UoUgers, Tex. Mrs. S. C. Bowman. Cuddo Mills, Tex. Mrs. H. Blttick, Benton, Tex., paid. MrB. Ella Bush, " " " Mrs. E. Fans, " " " Mrs. C. J. McMurrlan," " Mrs. 8. E. Hutcbeson," " ' Mrs. Manor, " Mrs. Maggie Mlears, lied Rock. Mrs. L. M. A. Brown, New Caney. Mrs. E. D, SHllivan, " Mrs. Sarah O. Sbelton. Jowett. Mrs. Tlshle Graves, Donalton. Mrs. L. V. McLaln, " Mrs. P. A. Neighbors, " Mrs. Nannie Newland, " Mrs. Mary Graves, " " Mrs. Jennie Du Bols, Jewett, Texas. Mrs. Caroline Scberalck, Center Line. Mrs. C. J. Mun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 5 September 1889

tfeírf' TEE 80 VTHERff MKRCUUY: VALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- S, 1889. OFFICIAL. Dublin, Texas, Aug. SO, 1886. To the member* of the Farmers Alliance of Texas, greeting: All letter* round in my office on my re* turn from the Farmer* State Alliance ol Texas, aakfng for ruling*, taavo been re- ferred to my (ueceuor In oflloe, Bro. J. D. Field*, Manor, Texas. With kind regard*, I remain your* faith- fully and fraternally, Evan Jonxs. t.... —— —■——■ Lectu re Department. County Lecturer . All bualnei* with the State Lecturer ■hould be *ent to D. M. Humph, State Lecturer, Alexander, Erath county, Texas. Alliance Resolutions. Lona Oak. Resolved by the Lone Oak Alliance No- 1073, that we Indorse the action or Stanley O. Thomas, president Mew Orleans Cotton Exchange. That a copy bo sent to Tub Mercury for publication. J. C. Ki.owbrb. Sec. Atascosa County. Black III1I Alliance in regular session adopted to following resolutions: Resolved, That we, as farmers do pledge ourselves that we will use a subs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

i 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [iOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' VOL. VIII. NO. 37. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY\ SEPTEMBER 12, .ISSO. WHOLE NO. 885. INVESTMENT BANKERS FCRT WORTH, TEXA3. Office, Corner Kovirtli u ticl Houston Streets, Want and Exchange Column. In this columu we will iusert freo of cliurgo ; touuy Alliance member, ouo time, any notice I relating to wants or exchange. Notices must not exceed flvo lines. I desire to correspond with some brother \ who has the lull-blood Had Jmsey hujis lor ¡ sale. Dick Sullivan, , San Sab , Texas. .—. 111 11 | The artesian well project at Wichita Falls hag fallen through. Read the card of the Fort Worth Busi-1 neis College, found in this paper. State Lecturer liro. 1). M. Humph writes as follows: I addressed a thousand people at Olio, Brown county, on August 31. Also met a culled session of ISrowu County Alliance, At that place orders for cotton bagging lmve made to the Lane mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

YirWl^Tm & THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 12, 1889. THE FAMILY. The Boll of Honor. We tbe undersigned «liters of the Far- mer! Alliance of Texas. agree to tell eggs, chickens, butter and garden «tuff to the amount of onh dollab, which amount li to be paid by the first dat of auoubt, and tbe total amount 10 lubiorlbed la to be applied to the payment of the Exchange indebtedness: Mrs. A. P. Shaw, Donalton. Texss. (pd) 1(J) Tex. j Mill . Tex. Mra. H. Blttick, Benton. Tex., paid. Mra. Ella Bush, " •' " Mra. E. Farm, " - " Mra. C. J. AlcMurrian," " " Mt'a. 8. E. Hutchesoa, " " " Mra. JManer, " Mra. Maggie Mleari, Hod Rock. Mra. L. M. A. Boweu, New Caney. Mrs. E. D, Sullivan, " •« Mra. Sarah O. Sbelton. .lewett. Mr*. Tlahie Graves, Donalton. Mrs, L. U. McLain, " Mra. P. A. Neighbors, " Mra. Nannie Newlsnd, " Mra. Mary Graven, " " Mra. Jennie Du Jiols, Jewett, Texai. Mra. Caroline Scliernlck, Center Line. Mrs. C. J. Munroe. " " Mrs. Calley J. Bell. Blanket. Texas. Mrs. Anna...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

THE SO UTHERN MERCUR Yi —rr— i .. -r DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 19^ 1&8%> CORRESPONDENCE. Alllanc; Camp Meetl *. Editor Mkiicuuy:—By request I will give you a few dots In regard to the Alii- auce camp meeting of Vuu Zandt county. In accordancc to appointment nude at tbe county AUIanco In session July 16, 'til), the people of this county met at Myrtlo Springs, August 8tli, ISS'J, for tbe purpose ot spending two day* in Alliance enjoy- ment. ' Tbe first thing that met the gaze of tho people on arriving at tbe place was tbe Bagot freedom reared on a pole over one hundred feet iu the air with the motto In large letters, ''Van Zandt County Alliance No. 4?S—In Union Thero la Strflngth." At U::¡0 tho people were called together by singing conducted by l'rolessor S. 11, Ualnes, alter which liev. Wm. Dawson read the exxx psalm; then prayer. T. B. Vicory delivered an address ofwel- Bome, which was done in a very apprecia- tive manner. Singing until 11 o'clock, af- ter which adjournment was t...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

Wm 4 THE SO TJTHERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 12, 1889. The Southern Mercury (one dollar a year in advance) Published by the— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with ui. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention Tub Mebcch* when writ mg to advertisers. Keep business matters separate from oor- reepohdonce Intended for publication. Examine tho Asures on the label on your pa- per sod see that your time 1s correct. All letters Intended for Tne Mcrcubt whether buslncBe or otherwise. should be ad- dressed to Tub Southern Mkboubt, Dallas Texas. It will take about three woolcs after sub- scriptions are sent before the subserlbprs names will appear on the regular muling talleys. When Bonding notices of change of address, es, unless the olrl us well us tho r,ew address Is given, wo oannot pay any attention to suon ' requests. Send money for The Mkhcury as spertfled abeve; all money for the Exchange must be sent to J. B. Reil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

TEE SO UTRERJf MERÚ UR Y: JUA LLA fl, TEXAS, J5EP3\, 2$, $881?. CDHREBPONDENGB. < Bell County. Kditob MkrcüRV:—The Alliance as an organization 1* now passing through a crit- cal period of lt exlstei ce. The establish- ment of the Central Exchauge was regard- ed by many as premature, not but tUere was a real necessity for a reform in busl* ness methods, but tbe lear was expressed by many true members of the order that the great body of the membership were not sufficiently educated in the principles oi true co-operation to enable them t;> sup* port a plan that compared with the com" mercial orjeven tha Grange system, scemeil and was so styled even by some iu the or- der at wild and impracticable to run a bus- iness absolutely with prolits, or at least with just sufficient proiit to handle the goods, was so different to the old establish- ed systems that the order was generally unprepared to accept as possible. With all the Impediments and opposition from without and within, we a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

THE' SP UTHEHN MERCUR Y: HAZLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- 12, 1889. MPl 9,031. CHAPTER IV. Horace taw that there was something wrong the moment he entered. I noticed the blood rush to his face as his oyes glanced from our faces to the cheque book lying open on the table, and I was afraid at first that he would mako boiho admission of hip guilt before Cynthia. Above all things I wished to keep all knowledge of his backsliding from her, ao I spoke at once. "I'to overstayed my time to night, you see. Cynthia has persuaded rac to have some heavy tea with you instead of get- ting back to Clayhlll to dinner." "I'm afraid you'll And it a bad ex- change," he said; "wo don't keep the sort of tablo you are used to." "Oh, I shall do well enoughí" I an- swered; and then, seeing Cynthia move towards the door, I opened it for her to pass out, an<l turned round with ray back again st it to speak my next word:). Horace hnd gone to tho lire, and wan stooping with liis hands held towards the warmth; but he ra...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

THE SO UTHERN MERCTJR Yi DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 12, 1889. J O COOPERATION. An Example of tbe Suooeasful Applloa tion of the Principle. Tbe Texas Co-operative association, lO' cated at Ualveston, with subordinate asso clations in dili'erent portions of tbe state, is an illustration of what may be done by co-operation among farmers. Starting in 1878. witb only $2U5 capital, it bas returned to patrons In profits about ¡j¡l">0.000, and bas yet in hand a net capital of nearly $100,01)0. Tbe following arc extracta from tbe proceedings of its last annual meeting: The Texas Co-operative Association met In its eleventh AnnualSession in Turner Hall, Galveston, 10 a. m., July 31, lSS'J, and was called to order by It. E. Steele, presl dent; A. J. Hose, secretary. H. G. Niblo, S. M. Keds and J. F. Jauies were appointed as a committee on creden- tials, and the Association took recess pend lug the report of the committee. The committee made its report showing over one hundred stockholders present...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 12 September 1889

THE SO UTHEKJV MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- 12, 188V. OFFICIAL. Dublin, Tkxas, Aug. 26, 1889. To the mamberi of the Farmer* Alliance of Texan, greettlg: Ail letter* found in my office oft my re- tara from tbe Farmer* State Alliance ot Texas, taking for ruling*, have been re. ferred to my aucceuor In office, Bro. J. D. Field*, Manor, Texas. With kind regards, I remain yours faith- fully and fraternally, Evan Jones, Lecture Department. County lieoturers. All buslneis with the State Lecturer should be sent to L). M. IIumpu, State Leoturer, Alexander, Erath county, Texa*. Ton can vet a $2.25 book free by send lnar na a olub of ten yearly subscriber ; aea our "Ad." o anotiior pave. Cause and Remedies. For Tra Mibouiiy. The circumstance* that surround tbe people of tbl* country arc Indeed in a pe oullar abape. We have reached, as u na tion, that period at which beijun tbe de- cline of most all the nations of the pant, Greece bad its sore hour of trlul with the Persian hosts, then its da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

I as Si$S 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " vol, mu. jvo. ss. DALLAS, TL XAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1SS0. WHOLE NO. 886. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXA8. Office, Corner Ki.iirtll tirid Houston Streets, É¡y*Money always on huuil to louu upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien notes and city property *t lowest current rates. Loans eloeotl quickly. Correspoiulenoo invltud. Choice securities lecure low rates, und easy torms. Address, IMBODb'N & HAMILTON, l''ori Worth, lex. COUNTY ALLIANCE MEETINGS. cal1.ed hkssion8. montgomery. The next regular meeting of Montgom- ery County Alliance will be held October 3,18S0, with Evergreen Alliance, about two milea south ot Bobbins. J. K. Anderson, Sec. • delta. There will be a call meeting of Delta county Alliance on Saturday September 21> to attend to the Exchange business. Let (here be a full attendance, geo. J. woodruff. DALLAS. The County A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

£ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 72, JSS3. THE FRMILY. for In Mirodrt. BY MRS. XAItr BOKAX. We are uiumbrra of the Alliance Nottitntr us uffrtght. For wo hold the mottoed banner For Juitice and our rights. They tell us we are failures; Wo fall BouotlmoR, but then Wo rims upon oar it-jt again. For w« are honest men. A (allure does not mean defeat; 11' we are strong und brave, And If auooe*9 our olloru crown. High our ling shall wave. We should not blame the morchant, For we have slept in ldlo cuso. Drifting upon a summer sua With every passing breeze. We huvo asked his help to furnish us— Borrowed—our debts to swell, Have let him prlco bis good and ours, And keep our books as well. But now the soales have loft our eyes We are conscious of our powers, Knowing if with aouord we work, The vory world Is ours. Let nothing then divide us, Be generous, just and fair, Che noblest ulins have oft boon orusbol By trifles light as air. Strive to eondone eaob others faults, For lovo's...

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 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, SISPT. ÍP, J559. CORRESPONDENCE. The Exchange. Editok Mebouut:—Ai the Alliance brethren throughout the state are talking and thinking about Exchange matter* I want to say a lew worils which, if they benetit no one outulUe of iny own county, I trust will explain matters so that my coun- ty will he able to act intelligently and quickly in the grand movement being made this month. The debt of the Exchange is about 000 and has been prorated among the mem- bership so that by paying #2 each this debt will be lilted aud the lCxchango will be lree from debt. We have also been told, and It is a fact, that we havo placed money in the business aud it seems to be lost, but we are not go- ing to stand idly by aud lose it entirely, when a few more dollars will make our in- vestment good. It Is believed ihat if money enough can be raised to p:iy the mercan- tile indebtedness that a loau can be made that will tide us over the present dillicul- ties. Now the reas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

A —— THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 19, 1889. I rhe Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR a YEAR IN ADVANCE) ■ Published by the— — STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BjSAD THIS CAREFULLY. Pstrostre those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on applloatlon. Always mention Ton Mkbooay when writ ag to advertisers. Keep business matters se do rate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. Examine the Apures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time la correct. é>11 letters intended for Tub MjROübt ether business or otherwise, should be ad- Pressed to The Southern Mkwcchy, Dallas rex as. It will tako about three weeks after *ut* •criptlon* are sent, beirre the subscriber* names will appear on the regular mating callers. When sendlav notices of ohangeof addre«. ee, unless the old a well as the new address Is given, wo oannet pay auy attention to such requests. Send money for Tus Mitncuiiv as *pe<tf fled abevv; ail money for the Cxchango must ho sent to J...

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