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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

I 1 OltlluTit mtir Lk.- iejied at he ro.'t dimok at daluk, ti? ah, k h( onu ci ass mah. mattkr.1 VOL. VII. MO. ¿6. Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers dllianre ami Co-operatirf I'tiimi of .huerico. ~ DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MGV.fí.ISSS. o¿ wo i IMPORTERS, JÓI ••• DEAI RY , Carpets, Upholstery, BBERS and RETAIL LSR8 IN ,% OFFICIAL. lumceroKY / BOOTS AND SHOES. i [ünmeaac Stock to Select from, At Popular Price* Officers of the National Farmers Allianoe and Co-Operative Union. President—C. W. Macuno, 308 Wood street, dh11a8 1'(3 x First Vlco-Presldent—L. L. Polk, Raleigh, VlCK-PRERKDENTfl. Mississippi—R. T. Love. Chester. North Carolina—8. B. Alexander, Charlotte. Alabama—H. P. Hone, Maysvllle. Louisiana—Linn Tanner, Cheneyvillo. Arkansas^-W. H. Moore. Kentucky—8. 11. ErwUi, Clinton. Missouri—A. B. Johnson, lUtohoy. Tennessee—J. H. McDowell, Jackson. Vieo-Presldent*—G. W. Martin,Sulphur Uoek. like the drunkard who Secretary—H. H, MoorelH)a<l, WalWrO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

TIIE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 6. THE FRMILY. The XJieful Girl. UV 1IKLKN Q. IIA1I.K*. Hi r fuer, though not so lmii'lfcoine us boiiio, 1b yet attractively swoot; tier ilrt SB, though not u costly uno, Is tusti'l'ul, nice mid nout. flit igbtuns Ut'i mother of u uny cares, To her father she Is kind,— Shoving In many remarkable wny , I directed mind. A well wush, sew, swei'|> and cook, t deftly, too; n enjny u new book IHovcn you. lUiul t u noy work do, roulne Keii8li «tou stitch; tbijlvjKl play the organ, too; l| PWu''' '^SI^HrffliíjWÍjttlio team, and drive to towns "V ll(jCkl,|f to > 0,1 vfl uiftriro(hrouper and gather corn, ticket is drawn for life, A^y/##w°r ,oH° AJ. NK^V h Of a w If c w\^ oV vo* MS1w& 5'ou ohooBoi yVfvwi co""re" L¡í> VI A -tfVVVi At^AtpfoNSCOUNTY, TKXA8. 1 . * your Issue of the • //V correspondent, *¿p$P?m d assurance that In her scrap- "hi^tolie and I, who ^ ^[¡Me been thus i^Peq^h other, for tlupt^ad already l%y\bopt ol literary já^t'í'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

mww THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 6. THE FARM. An Xmpo:t&nt Catherine. The meeting of oattlemen and butchers to be held In St. Louis November 20. next, t* one of the most Important gatherings in the history of the cattle business. By ac- cident or by design the whole cattle Indus- try ig opp ised to the point of rebellion by a wealthy syndicate of dressed beel packers In Chicago, popularly known as the "Big Four." Without going into a review of the methods and causes which brought about this state of affairs, the stubborn fhet Is presented that the Chicago syndicate kre the ouly large buyers of cattle In exis- tence to day. Tliey absolutely control the whole cattle trado, and thereby destroy the great regulator of prices in all the affairs of commerce—competition. TjIs bare fact is enough to warrant the cattlemen and butchers in going to any legitimate ex- tremes to restore competitive markets. The syndicate lixes the price of live cattle to the cuttle grower and Das...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

rTrf WW BEAD THIS OAREFTJI^T. t. Patronise those who advertise with imu loaflo Advertising rates furnlshod on application; Always mention Thk Mebcobv when writ lour to advertisers. Keep business mutters seDerate from cor- respondence intend pd/Qr pubUciUo'V Examine tfie flfruros on tVie label ¿ni your pa- per and see that your time Is correct. áill letters Intended for The Mbbcubt otter business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to The Southekn Mkbcurv, Dallas Texas. It eorlptlons i ;i J ers' State National (^rde^ of| VJ^ette^, | uyru Th* Mkbcurt wrote to Brother Jone* on this matter) and herewith publishes bis reply: / «y J{ f (11 i "I um nót connccied with any po' convention, club, or ring, seoret or other- , wise.' EVAN JONK8." ly cenucqan to the de^nmént where the obje operation afe id order only, the two let* ofma-l Tbe Republican party may be justly ftwp separate {ordeys will peeee* ¡ characterized us the organized ability and olit\caf 1U take atw&i tiré} wcXki ¿ítei Xb-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

rdtr 1 wrightson, 1*3 a r*:)-I don,'t Wo n b|ilk it an aajcejlei t be farmers to' pro Jut* m>4 lanto. Wrightson, Ti^as. i Bg tO . and protect tl|Cflow pese new-bqrn trustsfand Jroqsifg duties levied up9n the farmers of the p'meñt time. Mr. A. f. Flower* fjrom Yoiktown, brought some flue specimens of jute and r«i>ie, l e Minted put begin to raise. rf;i .11! John Savoy A fearmer'k Dailahtor. Editor . Mbrcur?:—The Alllanoe at CbsppcU Iliil if getting along very well. It •wasioigaiilied about one year ago with tcvcraf charter members; it nunibera about 7(9 or 80 members now. There are but few ladier. We have no Alliance atore at Bren- bam or ChippcH Hill yet, but a grand atore will open at Chappell II ill the lliat of Janu- ary. We have an Alliance man to run the atore; be Joined a few meeting! ago. <>m a formar'a dmiffhtfir: we fiVO tlllCC , Mr. Prfesfdfcrft atijlBrothers of die County BpíJeV;ewt Alli- ance has made it iny pleasant duty to welcome y.ou into oiir midst. Ever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

np : ' TUtt SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 6. tlie Fisherman of Naples. By ALEIA5DM DÜMA& CHAPTER X. THIS 7ICAB1Á. A tow honra before the events we have just ni*ted took place the Duke of Arcos, in mat agitation, wm pacing up and down an ■unease room in bis palace. The Duke of Arcos was used; in bis per- (M be was tall and apuro, and bis features Asnoted a peevish temper and systematic ob- ■tlnacy. His eye wus gray, piercing and im- placable. Ho rarely luughed,'always walked •net, was imperious and haughty in bis gestures, abrupt in speech, ami of a gravo gad pensive demeanor; in a word, ho was a Spanish grandee of the first order, stiff and Mght laced, a solemn automaton, quite it sight to look at, with bis somlier colored costume toverod with rders, a strict observer of etl- rtte, ever parading and assuming theatri- attitudes. After walking about the room for nearly half an hour, be stopped before a table and fang a silver bell, which tinkled most molodl- •■sly. A short...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. b i •4 I y POLITICAL. The Surplus Deposita. It Is Impossible to read the late frank and mnnly speeches oi Mr. 'Faircbild. the sec- retary of the treasury, without estire con- fldeoce In his ability, honesty, and public spirit. It was a clear and careful statement of his minngement of the public finance in tboir immediate connection with the great Interests of business, and It is done so ■Imply that every reader can understand it. The secretury answers fully and con- clutlvely the charges and Insinuations of bis Republican opponents about "favor- iteism" and "nursing the surplus," and shows to the satisfaction of candid minds that the management ol the treasury is one of the cbiel reasons ol continued txtst in tbe administration. The charactcr and statements of tbe speech must not be in- ferred irorn the comments of Mr. Blaine and other orators. Tbe secretary is too im- portant a personage not to be answered, but bis statements are too troubl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 6. CURB! COMBOS UUI OW> T TUAH. A young man named Charlsy Bwltti wax mysteriously npurd^red at Mt anie at « o'clock In the mornintr. There is no clue to the assas- sin.—Dr. Uitzler, of Louisville, Ky., la conduct- ing a revivía at the Methodust church ut Pales- tlnc.¿-At Houston, Frank Purcnan an eleven- year-Vild boy, while ourelemly handling a gun, shot and fatuity wouhdel Carrie Alberts, a twelVe-yea--old girl - Valuable t at, copi>e'iand slfvo* tA-et arc re- ported In the mount*)ii ri'frlous or tho Upper Bio GEatMto.-Vigurea, in Commissioner lo* ur'a ^Wcc ttie ^i|«ri4ii|itur¿l roBoaiif'8 the tenth to.igres'loiiiil district to bo $.'107(1,- 781, and wool over tl.tJUOXKJQ. Wiiilo Dlckc/-tj ■on and a jeutig man tmnu-d itosemun wi;ro!¡ Knight of Labor ahd tho first head of t We state organlaution of the Vldettes. H. K. Urowo'r of Bell, organizer and captain of Videltca. J. M, Hinlth ofUcil, ex-member of Parmer ' Alliance,'present secre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

.'.1 « -y" j ^ j . .y ... b Í t ■4 A' ®bc onfltetu lENTl'IIEH AT THE POBT OFFICK AT DAII.\8, TEXAS, AS SF( ONF C1.AS8 MAI' MATTKH.l Official Journal of Texas State .4llian.cc, and of the National Farmers JUiancc and Co-operaiitc I'viov of dm erica. VOL. VII. NO. 46. DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDA Y, NO V. 13. 1SS8. WHOLE AO. Sli-ii. ■ LiOuU, Nasbrlile, Memphis, L1U1* RMk, and Blrmlnrhaim. 41k JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. 8500,000 CAPITAU All goods warranted and aald low for each. Quick talea and small profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable «ve cess. It la well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write as before □FFICIAL. purchasing; a two-cent stamp may tare you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & OBGAN CO., Kutuilte, Tib#. P. T. COURSKY. 8 B. II I E Y LAND, LAJSTIDT Persons wishing: to buy, sell or exchango city or country (improved or unimproved) lands for resident, farming or ranch purposes, will do well to placo tloir business with us. Wo havo a great variety o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

I THE FAMILY. WHEN THE LADIES VOTE. What will the country bo, When tlio Indios voto? Still tho lft:id of lllirrty. When tlio lu i'o< voto't Will thoy go vol n every town, Will thoy crush tlio poor inun down, Baire, plillotiottlior and clown, When tlio ladies volo ? Will they stand up la the curs, When tlio 1 wilts vote'/ Will thoy clono up ull tho i.iirx. When tho ludio vote '< Will they wnit and wateh lit liliiht For a husband when he's tight V Not by a something sin lit, When the ladles voto'/ Will conductors pull their bo'is, When tho ladles voto '/ While the fulr cxeliunpe farowi 1 !m. When tho Indies voto t Will they start ti.e cars and ko Ah thoy do Just now, you know ? No, they will not dare do fo Whon tho ladles voto. Oh ! tho mon won't bo so mean, Whou tho ludios vote, And go out tJio acts between, Whon the Indies voto; Nor tho funny writers guy What they've said for many u day Of the high lints a( the piny, When tho ladles voto. Oh! we'll hod ull bolter days, Whon th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

THE PKRM. OOXHO TO PASTTTHH. Let down the ban for Brindle, For bonny Bon and and Nell, The pretty, icft-ered creature*, With eaoh a tluklln* bell. VTe hear the rlpplinv muslo That faint and fainter «rows Beyond the purling brooklet And pan the sweet wild rose. Knee-deep in long, lush clover The dainty things will stay. And browse and dream for hours This lovely summer day. The while.our merry laddie And little sunburnt lasa, Like trloksomo colts In pasture ▲re tumbling on the (tass. When drift the twilight shadows Across the cherry tops, And ilng the hermit-thrushes Bweet vespers in the copse, Then, near and nearer sounding, The tinkling bells will come, And little lad and lassie Muy "call the cattle homo." The gentle-stopping Brindle And bonny Meas and Nell, Full-uddered, take tlio pathway Across tho dimpling doll. And when tho ample larmstoad Is hushed beneath tho stars, Tho bolls will sleep In * lonco Behind tho sheltering bars, —Hurpor's Young People. Long Leaf Pine for Cotton B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

iMMiBilIriiúSháaii WfjaVMMVWMfcf1 Mira The Southern Mercurv (one dollar a yeah in advanob.) HNbliahed by— STATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. READ THIS O AREFUtiLY. affairs. When the welfare of sixty millions of people in la tbo bands of ucb ad unscru* pulous gang us Tammany Hull, a corrupt Democratic ring wbich lell* its own party lor political patronage, it i* time for tbe country at larga to take stepslooking to tbe dlMolution of aucb power. Not only ia tbta -M l'ttor intended for The Mbbcobt 1 lrtie t,ut tbe tlnanclal interesta of New :xr,xnB^oor,^rKw!dDai.« — - - -—■ — Texas. PIVOTAL MATES. | about tot each one at onea begin a reforma* While tba recant national election waa ¡ tion In tbe management of bla own affair*, an overwhelming victory lor the Republl- j by letting severely alone the pernioioua nan party. incidents of tbe election showed, credit syetem, by raising hla own meat and u hat bat been oiten minlfest before, tbat; bread at home, by having more to sell and the * ing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

h .«■■■■■■■■Hi the order. R [I % . ■ *v ;\ Twenty Per Cent. Too Kueh. Ckntkk Point, Txxas Ebíiox Uzbccbt:—To better our finan- cial condition la a*part of our declaration of purposes. Now 1 want to ask a question: Ia 20 per cent, too mucb 7 I will answer by aaying I can do tetter. Well, that ia wbat keeps good Alliance men out at the Dallas Branch Manufacturing Alliance or Texaa. I don't know wbat ia the matter with the brethren but have an idea. The Alliance baa already done good and will continue to do good. We are bound to gain tbe v!o> tory, but there la one thing we have got to do and that ia we have got to knock out the Middleman. Tt ia like a game of marbles— he counts as mucb as all four ol the aide ■ten. Now we have got to get at the mid* dleman, it don't matter what name you call blm by. Let him get hla per cent, on bia ■alary, or whatever you may wlah to call it, by the aweat of bia brow, "and not oiT of •then who have tolled from early morn till late at night and then...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

jsf- — 3 THli SOUTHERN MERCURY i DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 13 fThe Fieman of Naples. By ILEXAlDBBDUMAa CHAPTER XIL notour. Masaniello had rarrOundod the palace of tki Tiovit witlt hli Uhnwo aad 1——r* TH the Vicaria praaaated m formidable ■ppearanea, Several componía* of rattan and Unique- neta defended tba «tranco, aad tha Spanish guards of tho Duko of Arooa ware stationed on ¿bo-bastion. Masaniello placed Ua man aa sharp sfaoot- ara, reeervlng, however, a picked body with which to force an entranoo Into tbe palace when tbe time for doing so bad arrived. The Are had scarasljr opened, when both reitera and lansquenete, won ovar by those of their countrymen who had already Joined the people's cause, abondoned their posts, and ran up to tbe insurgents, crying out! "Long live the Neapolitans! Down with tha Duke of Areos!" They mixed with tba lasa- ron!, aud immediately rushed back with them towards the palace. The gates were instantly broken in. All tbomi Spaniards who offered any op- positio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

>3- POLITICAL. £ Spoeob'of JBvan Jcnsa. ▲ correspondent of the Dallas News from Albany, Texas, write* us lollows: lu bin BpeecU at tUe courtUou e lust nlgbt, Bon. Kvan Jones, president of the Farmer' Alliance of Texas, In substauct said: Relativo to the downfall of nations, let me call your attention to-night to imperial Borne. During the early reign of the em- pire the people owned large interests in the land* and they were prosperous. But po- litical chicanery began to corrupt her insti- tutions, and the land* begau to pass into the band* of the few and were owned by lew than 2000 people, and imperial Rome began to decay and passed out from among tbe nations of the earth. The United States In this line is accom- plishing in a few years, under her system of corporate powers, what it took Rome centuries to wreat from the people. In or- der to bring thit matter before you in its true light it 1* necessary to state that land, labor and capital constitute the three great aources fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1888

! i HnL'.' ■: fe a'--' •' ú: i, THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. i mi ow m tbxas. News bu bm received at 8«a Antonio, oí the arrest of MamNoff, a partlolpant In the robbery at Harwood last August.—A bold thief entered the Jewelry atoro of Mr. H. Bunte, at Houston, at IS o'clock In the day. and while the dork was atti acted elsewhere, ■«cured a tray full of diamonds valued at •h.oou and made good his esoap* .—Bob Powell shot and killed by bis brother near Canton, in Van Zaodt oounty.—Tbe commissioners of Hunt county have discovered a #¡,000 short* s*o in the aooounts ol' Tax Ccllocuir J. K. Ed- monds ho died recently, fio left euouirn property to pay up I i full.—H. P. Hyman, a gentiemau from Kentucky visiting Qalnes- vllle, was thrown (rom u blcyolu and Instantly killed.—General ruins were reported on eleotlon day.—Little CMir Henry, at Abilene, was handling * carl ridge in school and It ea ploded, burning and mutilating on hand. Two cars of local frulxlit wefe broken open ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •BOO.OOO OAPITAX* All goods warranted and told low for cash. Quick sates and small ' profits is die motto that has won for this company such remarkable sue* cess. It Is wall known and thoit ooghljr reliable. Write us before purchasing; s two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO 16BQAN GO., luunni, im 1'. T. COÜR8KT. LAND JTL S.B. HB«r Persons wishing to buy, soil or exehangc city or country (improved or unimproved) lands tor resident, farming or ranch purposes, will do well to plaoe ttoir business with us. We have a great variety of choice lands, in different parts of the state, for sale or oxohango on the most liberal terms. We are prepared to suit all applijants. Tour business aud corres- pondence respectfully solicited. COUllHEY «K IIÜEV. Ileal Estate Agents, 043 Elm Street, .... - DALLAS, TEXAS. wm. D. CLEVELAND & CO., ok aouB'roN, solicit tbo patronage of all those « lio wish to tsrsmi' COTTON DIRECT TO HEADQUARTERS Fur Snle o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE FARM. M • THE BESTI'N SPELL. Wliun. Boss I Lot's rest la tho «Imtlo utvlille. Cor tho mu' t"it hurnlii' lio , And mo uiH yon slnco tlio Im-itk of day, Havo been nlowin' in tills hero lot, And we've fitlrly otirnotl our resr.ln' ttpcll. And ti cooling drink fiom I ho old stone well. Down goon the 8WW'P till tho Imclwt jits On the grnvol «tono* bolow. Then up It comes. while U'O cool stone drip* With tho drops that o'er It flow. Cold wutor nn>l trujh. a« I've hecrd toll, «Are Mostly found Hr thu bottom of tho woll. Well, nln't thnt goi.il 1 wln-n n follow' tlml. \nd tUo swe/it roll* d > 'u Ills face, There's iiothing'll l ost lilni u¡> so quick, Anrl resign him to hi j l«co An k cool In' drink from n brown vourd shell, Drown plum from th • txitrom of old stouo well. Thu Kr.-nch tuny clnj.' of eh<iiip igna nnd wine, Ami tho Mutch muy prn'So ihi-lr b«-r, And Put of whisky may kIhk 111* Kotig, lint to my mind ninl tusto it's oienr. That nothlti' <>f which nnjrbody k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE FAMILY. DIPLOMACY. "There never wns u irrundmu hall' s<> (food!" He wblvpcretl, while beside horohair bo stood, Km\ luid Ills rosy check. With manner \®ry me< k. Against her dear oM t'aci' in loviiur mood. "Thcro never win a nluer Krauilimi bor ! I know some llttl" hoys must be forlorn Ueeuuso they've none like you; I wonder wh it I'd do Without a grandma*. UIssob nWlit and morn? "There never was a <!earer «randma-thcro!" He kissed her an.l Mnoothinl her snow-white hair; Then tUo-t her -utlled cap And nestled Ih her lap, VbiieKtan lmn, sinilln ', rocked her old arm- oliair "When I'm a mini, what lots to you I'll bring; A boiso end carriage, and a watoh and ring. Allgraudtnasare so nice! (Just here he kissed hero twioe) And grandmas glvo a boy most anything." Before bU dear old grandma could reply, .This boy looked up, and itb a roguish oye, Then whispered In hor car, Ti ut nobody mUht bear, "3uy, tfinndmn, iiavo you any moro mítico- ldOV" —New Moon The Mercury is the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV*. 23. The Southern Mercury (ONU doi.lar A tkar in advance.) -Published by- STATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. READ THIS OASSIVLLT, fa tronica those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention The Mbucohv when writ Ids to advertisers. Keep business matter* sepe rato from cor- respondence intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and we that your time la oorrect. AU letters Intended for Tun Mibodbt fhether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Tin Southirn Uimort, Dallas Texas. It will take about throe weeks after sub- scriptions are sent before the subscribers names will appear on tho regular mating galleys. When sending notloes of change of address, es, unless the old as well as the r.ew address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to such requests. Send money for Tun Mercury as specified above; all money for theBxonange sent to J. B. lKelly, Dallas, National Exch...

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