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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

"ORGANIZE. KDOCATE ANO OO-OPtRATl' {OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATS ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.J LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND IQUMJfV" fOL. IX. JVO. 31. DALLAS, TEXAS, THDRSDA Y, JUL Y 3i, 1890. WHOLE NO. ¿31 U B. XMBODKN. a. D. BAINEY, JB. President. Treumrer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary. L. Q. HAMILTON. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man. tbs imbodeh-hamiltoh mortgage co. CAPITA I>, - - 100,000. I CORNAB THIBD AND I HOUSTON 8T8. oner loaned upon farm , ranche*, vendor ' lien notea and city property at lowest current 1 rates. Loans oloied quickly. Correspondence Invited. "VoMSí""! F01T WORTH, TEXAS. Alliance Furniture St a farmer bot. I have bought a largo stock, principally on time, which must bo Said for in isixty days, and for cash urine that time everything will be SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 iar of hous< Look for big sign on side ouse. ft isaac davis, 1031 Main St, DALLAS,TEX, (Ed. Smith's Old Stand. planters" Preparejor War! Cotton planters should lose no * ime in preparing for a war of ex...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

V• ' R í §• ft |W ■ THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THDBSDAY, JULY 31, X8W. ALLIANCE NEWS. AH About the Order in the State and Outxide of it. What the Alliunce is Doing Everywhere. ALLIANCE ITEMS. It is claimed that the Alliance rum- bera 100,000 strong in North Carolina. The Piedmont Chitaqua, at Atlanta, Ga., has set a day for the Farmers Al- liance. The place of meeting of the Florida State All ance has been changed from Jacksonville to Ocala. The Denton County Alliance en- dorses the present management and course of The Mercury. To Editor Dixon of The Southern Mercury: It lo< ks like you will save your bacon (Hogg)—Labor Index. 'Gregg County Alliance stands by "The Mbrcury, and voted down the resolution "emanating from Colorado • county." The Alliance in West Virginia will meet at Charleston, August 13th, for the purpose of organizing a state , meeting. The Southern Alliance Farmer says that 85 per cent of the members of the Alliance in Noith Carolina are democrats Mr. J...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: ÜALLAtí, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 81 I8 i> I 1 *>/ fJ K FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to tho Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. Farmers as Writers. The time has come whtn a plain statement of fact and points is about all that the public has patience to r^d. Even in our courts, except for the pur- pose of working upon the feelings of a jury and fooling it, long sensational harangues are not tolerated. "Give us your points," is the order of the judge to the young Cicero, Burke or Sheridan. Long, rounded sentences, full of bombast and gush, are not in harmony with the spirit of the age, and do not even pass for eloquence among thinking men. Clean-cut statements of facts and brief and well-put argu- ments, pertinent to the question in de- bate, are all that intelligent men and women have patience to listen to. The ability of the plain farmer to meet these requirements has been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

,T' W&r ■ ?! ■ fpP^í v m THE SOUTHEay MEKCUKY: PALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONC DOLLAR «YIM, IK AOVAMOS* 8*mB. Dixon, M. Newton, Editor. Bus. Afan'gr. JCuiered at tha postofice, DallM Toxaa, M ^aoond'Clim mall matter. esad this carefully. PatrouUe those advertise with as. Advertising rate furniahed on application. Always meutlou the Mercury waon wrlttiiR ¡o adverUaera. Xeep buttuom matter «oparate from correa- yondeuue Intended for publication. Examine the figure on the label on your pa- Mr and *ee that your time 1 correct. fi\ ¡¿{¿era intended for the Mercury, whether purine or otherwise, should be addre ed to -'Southern Mercury," Dalla . Texa*. •When Hondiwr notice of cbaniee of addre , Balíun the old a well a tho new addrof. 1 , {Ires, weoaiuiot pay any attention to such ro- toeau. Vakü Money orders, draft and all remittance® pvyablu U> the order of tho "Southern Mercu- ry," and add rex all letters to tho "Southern Mercury," Dalla , Tota . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

"■* I i. •> 7 5 ' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. TH■ OEEAT ISSUE. Why So Many Railroad Have Been Built in Georgia. "The Power of the Commission to Establish Joint Bates Pro- motes the Building of Short Lines." [Crocket Courier J The campaign in Texas is of na- tional interest, because the railroad question is the turning issue. Whether they shall have a railroad commission with plenary powers, one with limited powers, or none at all— these are the points the Texans are considering. It is natural that inquiries should be made concerning the Georgia commis- sion and its results. An art cle in an- other column shows the nature of the information sought, and the facts pre sented are worthy of consideration. "Our raihoad commission was cre- ated by the constitution of 1877. At first it was strongly opposed in certain quarters, but it was found that during the first five years of its existence 2,000 miles of railway were build, against less than 100 miles...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

Vf -it is THE SOUTHERN MERCUltY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, JULY 31, 1890. B0YS ANB 6IRI2S' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure unci Profit. Its Special Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Taste for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mas. Jennie Dixon. Boys and Girls:—■' You know I told you some time ago of the great contrast between ihe state capital at Austin and the first shanty that was built in Texas. Now sup- pose our architects and builders had just gone on, and built house after house without thought of improvement Would we not think them foolish ? So it seems to roe some people are, when they sit down in this 19th century and ■ay my father and grand'ather always kept wine on their sideboards, and they drank it whenever they wanted it, and allowed their children to do the same. Because our forefathers did not know that they were making a ra^e of drunkaida, is no excose for us, through inexcusable ignorance, allow, ing anoth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECÜKÍ: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUJY 31, 1890. i f k H Hi ¥ Coo^I CooK! Crowded for room, to reduce •ur stock of Organs, wo offer for a few days, Organs'at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $10.00 and upward, for Cash or Eusy Terms. Write us immediately. TILL A. VATKIN MUSIC CO., 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. When you take a trip you ate frequently troubled with constipation, headache, pain In the stomach, indigestion, a feeliug oi weakness or general lassitude, heartburn, aoidorsour stomach. Ac, You do not wish to cram your stamaeh with a lot ol nauseating pills, but it you wish a pleasant and satisfactory remedy procure one bot- tle of Bailey's saline Afxuibnt, which will cost only 50 cents. It la ezseeelngly pleasant, always ready and acts piomptly. Henry M. Stanley has been tender- ed, and has accepted the Governor- Generalship of the Congo Free State, which covers an area of 1,050,000 square miles, and contains a population of 27,000,000 souls. Use cheatham's tasteless chill to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 July 1890

THE SOUTHERN MBRCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. OFFICIAL. •tat* AUUbo* OIBoliU. f. S, Focldb, Manor, Travis Oo., presldont. i, M. Paitous, Weit Mountain, Cpshur Co., flaawresldent. ||S.O.Daws, Bpringtown, Parker Co., seore- tU7- treasurer. D. M. Bcxph, Alexander, BrathCo., lecturer ■. j. Kknvbick, Waoo, McLennan Co., ex- MSttve oommlttce. D. M. Cumminohajc, Beaukiss. Williamson pt executive committee. B. F. Booms. Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- Mntlve committee. ~~~ OFFICIAL The county secretarle will report the Banes of delegates elected from their coun- tles to the State Alliance, which meet In August next, totbo undersigned at Waco, Texas, as the change 1b constitution makes the state executive committee committee Ml credentials. County secretaries will please be prompt in their reports. b. j. kkndrick, Ch'n Executive Committee. Lecture Department. Oounty Lecturer All business with the 8tate Lecturer Amid be sent to I>. M. Humph, ■tats Lecturer, Alexander, Erath co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

ir • t U % "ORQANIZE. «DUOA1* AHOOO-OPtRATt" lOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FAXMBMS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND IQWU**' fOL. IX. #0.32. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7.1890. WHOLE NO. +32 U a. IMBODIN ildent a. D. BAIMCY, JB. Treasurer. L. a WALL. Secretary. L. Q. HAMILTON. Vloe-Prea. and Gen. Men. TEE IMBODEH-HAMILTOH MOBTGAGE CO. OA. PITA Ik, •100,000. FOIT WORTH, TEXAS. OOMBB THIRD AND HOUSTON BT8. loner loaned upon rema, renokea, vendor* lien note* end city pro] retea. Loen* cloaed quickly. Correspondence tn' I CORN AR THIRD AND I HOUSTON ST8. et loweat current Alliance Furniture BY A FARMER BOT. I have bought a large stock, principally on time, which must be paid for in i-ixty day% and for cash during that time everything will be r SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 IgPLook for big sien on side of house. Í ISAAC DAVIS, 1031 Main St., DALLAS,TEX, (Ed. Smith's Old Stand. "PLANTEES, Preparejor War! Cotton planters should lose no time in preparing for a war of ex- x...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

if.' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, law. ALLIANCE NEWS. 8K* ! §• . AH About the Order in the State and Outside of it. Alliance ¡h Doing Everywhere. What the ALLIANCE ITEMS. The Alliance is having a rapid growth in New York. The Farmers Alliance of Grimes county, Texas, have been talking up a cotton factory. The Alliance Mercantile company at McPherson, Kan., will open a store about August i. At Fort Valley the farmers' co-oper- ative union is being organized. Stock will be over $25,000. Wocdson County, Kan, Alliance has organ'/.ed a co-operative associa- tion with a capital of $50,000. The State Business Agency of the Alliance has been organized in Indi- ana, with a capital of $200,000. The Granville County Farmers Al- liance proposes to establish a large wagon factory at Oxford, says the Ox- ford Day. Country Homes, of Asheville, N. C, reports the arrival of the outfit for the Buncombe County Farmers Alliance canning establishment, and says it will soon be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

THE SOÜTmfiKN MEKUUKY; DALLAM, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. 3* i A COMMISSION PLANK OR NO COMMISSION PLANK. « The Houston Post has been inves- tigating the pulse of the peop'e on the question as to whether or not the dem- ocratic convention should insert a commission plank in their platform Here «re some of the replies to the letters of inquiry: HO*. GEORGE T TODD. TO BOTH PROPOSITIONS, VES Jefferson, Texas, July 24—Your inquiries of 2 and instant, covering mat- ters now agitating the democratic issue in our state, are before me, and both before and since their reception I have been giving these questions my very best consideration, inasmuch as I am an accredited representative of the democracy of Texas to the coming convention at San Antonio. Your first two questions may be considered and answered together They become and are the more im- portant in view of answering your third query so as to show no damage or in- jury to that grand political parly, which was the first, and mus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

THB 8QÜTHEBK MEBCÜBYi DALLAS, TBXAfl, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONC DOLLAR A VIM, in AOVANOI. Sam H. Dixon, E. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr. JCntered at tbe poitoffic UsllM, Tc*«. > Moond-olaii mall matter. BEAD THIS OABBFULLY Patronize those w<Uj advertliifl with iu Advertlnlng rato furiil lio<l on application. Always mention the Mercury * «bu writintt «0 ad v«rlUers. Keep builnoxH matter separate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- per and nee that your time U corree*. All letter intended for the Mercury, whether fcuilneai or otherwise, should be addressed to ■Southern Mercury," Dalla , Texa*. When tending notice of change of addre , ule the old as well a the new a<ld<e « 1 liven, we cauuot pay any attention to such re- jnests. Make money orderi, draft and all remittance? ijayable to the order of the "Southern Merou ry," and addre all letter to the "Southern •Mercury," Dalla , Texa . Renew...

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

THE SOUTHERN MBBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. • •* \ II J DR. HARTMAN'S Lecture on Acute Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, and Cholera Infantum. •A New and Infallible Cure for These Common and Dan- gerous Ailments. A Treatment That la ®' Vital Interest To All OlUMM and A** . Acute diseases of the digestive ap- paratus are more frequent during the months of July and August than any other season of the year. A brief out- line of the digestive tract (alimentary canal) is necessary in order 10 explain the different diseases to which it is lia- ble. The upper portion of the ali- mentary canal consists of the stomach and duodenum. Emptying into the duodenum (which is just below the stomach) is the duct which conveys the bile from the liver to this organ. Below the duodenum and continuous with it is the (mall intestine (bowels), coiled up into, many folds, which ab ruptly becomt s expanded into what is known as the large intestine, tenninat ing below in the rectum. All of thes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1390. B0YS ANB SIRtiS^ DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleanure and Profit. Its Special Aim being U=> Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Taste for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mu . Jkxnjk Dixon. Boys and Giki.s:— One of the cousins suggests that we make our column more interesting Now, I think the children's letters very good, but there is always chance to do better. I know there are A great many things that happen to you in your daily life, that would be pleasant to read. Write us cute and wise sayings of the little tots of the household. We will take it for granted that your parents are members of the Alliance or you would not see The Mercury. Don't fail to read the atory, "Joe Barber's Victory." It it the true story of a Jife, almost wrecked by the wine cup. But happily a period of rest has come to the suffering wo- man, and she is now giving her entire time to the temperance ca...

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

THE SOUTHERN MECOmf; DALLAS TEXA8, THÜBSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. * i' i\ ■ [ Si- it * V CooK! CooKI Crowded for room, to reduce our stock of Organs, we oft'er for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, fctO.OO and upward, ■for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. «ILL A. VATKIN MUSIC CO., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. KING SNAKE OP TEXAS. iConttr ued from pwfe 8.) upwards and started off at railroad speed. The next one did the same thing and the next and next until the air was filled with a continuous line of bounding bodies, and as soon as they had made the jump, would you believe it, every single steer in the outfit scampered madly away as if the devil himself was afier them. "I tell you, it was a funny sight to see 1500 cajtle act in that strange manner, and my pards and myself be- came sort of scared, not knowing what in the world could have happened to the cattle. 'Perhaps its distemper,' said one. 'Or may be the loco weed' said the other. 'Come on fellows,' shouted I, we'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 7 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUB6DAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. OFFICIAL. •Uto f. D. fauna. Manor, Travis Co., preiM«nt. I. M. PmBDUi, We t Mountain, Upshur Co., rfta WMldent. rfia.0. Daws, Sprlngtown, Parker Oo.. secre- tary-treaiurer. D. N. Brxra, Alexander, Erath Oo., lecturer i, i. Kshdsicx, Waoo, McLennan Co., ex ■Mitlte committee. D. M. CrmtmoKAK, BeaukUa, Williamson 0a« ezecutlre oemmlttee. 0. V. Booihs, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex , eeutlve committee. OFFICIAL The eounty aecretariea will report the namea of delegatoa elected from their coun- Uea to the 8tat« Allianoe, which meets In ▲uguat next, to tho undersigned at Waco, Texas, aa the chaaga la conatitutlon makea the atate executive oemmlttee committee •a credential. County aecretariea will please be prompt In their reporte. B. J. KENDBICK, Ch'n Executive Committee. Lecture Bipirtowt. Oounty LNtomi. All business with the State lecturer «•old be aent to D. M. Bukth, Mate Lecturer, Alexander, Krath county Texaa. arronrnunrTa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

% ' ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND TO-OPERATt' I OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATS ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] 'LIBERTY, «JUSTICE AND BQUA1JTV" TOL. IX. JVO. 88. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1', 1890. WHOLE JVO. iSS L t. • • "* ° %ecr(rt rj. «... THE IMB0DEN-HAM1LTCH MOBTGAGE CO. CAPITA b, - - 100,000. d0¥o"uVoT8?sAND I FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. svHonev loaned upon forms, rauohes, vendors' Hen note* and city property at lowest current rate . Loan closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. OUR NEW YORK LETTER. Alliance Furniture BY A FARMER BOY. I have bought a large stock, principally 011 tunc, which^nust be paid for in sixty days, and for cash during that time ever} thing will be SOLD FQR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 pgjT'Look for big sign on side of house. ISAAC DAVIS, 1031 Main St., DALLAS,TEX, (Ed. Smith's 01 l Stand. A. H. PEACOCK, DEALER IN American Watches and Setb Thomas' Clocks. A full line of Gold, Silver and StcelSpcct.icles E&~Kopairing in all branches, and work guaranteed. 6U'< Elm bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

THE SOUrHERN MERCÜBYi DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, i w. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order in the State und Outaide of it. Alliance is Doing Everywhere. What the NOTES. Rates to the State Alliance will be 4 cents per mile both ways. C. A. McMeans, of Denton, is do- ing Collin county, and good results follow. Bro. S. A. Gill, of Navarro, reports the Alliance cause moving on to sue cess in his section Bro Green, of Hays county, writes of the continued good work of the Al- liance in that section of the state. Bro. Henry Humphreys of Arma Ark., reports the Alliance growing in that section. He serds in a club of ten names for The Mercury. The state meeting of Al'iancemcn, which takes place in Dallas, August 19th, promises to be an interesting one. A large attendance is expected Bro. E Newton, business manager of The Mercury, has visited a num- ber of Alliances dutiug July, and re- ports ever) thing in g od working or- der. The executive committee of the State Alliance will be in 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 — 14 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MKKOJBY: PA1XAB, TÜIXA8, THDB8DAT, AUGUST 14, 1890. H066 AND COMMISSION. HON. J. O. HUTCHESON ON THE HXJSTINÓ3 AT HUNT SVILLE. An Unequaled and Unansw rabie Oratorical and Philosoph'CHl Arraignment of Corpo ate Greed and Monopolistic Avarice. [Special to Houston He aM. ] Huntsville June 14 — Hon J. C. Hutcheson, of Houston, addressed a large and enthusiisti<: audience at the opera house this tvening. The speech was an oration by an orator. It was a masterpiece of rhetoric, logic and law. The converts to Hogg and the commission are reckoned by the score, Hogg and commission men are wild with en husiasm and claim every pre cinctin this county and tvery county in this section. Capt. Hutcheson spoke two and a quarter hours, and just such ano her speech was never heard in Huntsville. The speech was substantially as follows: Fellow Citizens of Walker County It affords me great gratification to meet so many familiir faces as com pose this audience, and to recognize so many ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

THE SOUTHER MERCUKY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1800. The Southern Mercury. ON* BOLLAN A VIAN, IN ADVANM. Smm H. Dixon, M. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr. Entered at the poitoOoe, D I1m, Ttiw, u Mooud-olM* mall matter. BIAS THISOAKXrTJL.it patroulia tboie miD advertiie with <1* AdvenlMtig ratea furnlahed on application Always mention the Mercury when writing to advertiser!. Eeep business matters separate from corren pendence Intended for publication. Bzuslne the figures on the label on your pa- par and see that your time Is correct AU letters Intended (or the Mercury, whether totalnees or otherwise, should be addromed to 'VoatfMra Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of ehange of uddreks, tales* the old, as well as the new addre* is given, we cannot pay any attention tu «ucb re- tuesta. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry," and address aU letters to the "Southern Kercary," Dallas, Texas. Renew your subscripti...

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