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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN ME8Í7ÜRY: DALLAS,. WAS). FHUBSifcAY, AOTMJSO!' tA, 1400 ai> HOGG AND COMMISSION. (Continuad from paga 3.) for the roada. We do know, my coun- ttymen, that these institution have consolidated with competing Unes «gainst the written law ot die state, and for that we have them indicted. We do know that they have discrimi- nated against persons and places and for that we have them indicted. We do know that they have failed to alien ate their domain given them by the public upon the trust of a speedy alien- ation by fictitious sales and specious transfer in virtue of which they have 'held this domain against the principles •of the government in utter defiance of law, and of open handed dealing among hot est men. We do know that thev have roads costing not exceeding $15.°°° and they have bonded these roads for $30- 000 and issuing stock in addition to the bonds for $15,000 and $20,000, thus multiplying the actual debt and increasing the actual burden which incumber these i...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

JTHE SOUTHERN MEKCUST: DADLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGÜST 14, 1890. B0YS AMB GIRL2S' DEPARTMENT. y Devotod Exchwivoly < j thoir Pleasure un<l Profit. ItH Special Aim J)eing^ to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture x Tuste for the Pure and «Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, mrs. Jennie 'Dixon. Bovs and Girls:— We have such an instructive letter for our column this weilt from Mr. Chambers, that I will only say a few words Read his letter and study it. You will find much truth. These is Another powsr that has great weight in our go vernment, the greatest foe oí a free people, and that is the liquor traffic. Yours faithfully, Jennie Dixon. UETTXBS To Cousin Howard McDonald of •Southerland Springs, Texac: I am so much pleased with your suggestions that the "Cousins ihoulc read and learn how our government is run," and that if "questions askec This is my first attempt to write. I have s x brothers and one sister. My father and sister belong to the Al- liance. I am past 17 y...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

THE 8QCTHBBN MBCWiY: DALLAS, TWXA8, THOTflP&T, AuGETST 14, 188 . CooK! CooKI i Crowded for room, to reduce our stock of Organs, wo offer for a few day6, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. ^ rite «6 immediately. VIH i. VATKIK Music Co,, 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. tit Southern Germicide Will cure your Rheumatism. $3 oo a gallon. Atkins' Rattle Snake Oil Never falls to sire me relief ID RHkUMATISM of «bou*er^ None Konulno without the snake I A ROMANCE OF OTHER DAYS. II >w Two Friends Who Were Schoolboy Together Stood l>y Each Other. See that red granite house over there? "Well, the man who lives in it was a substituto in the army. lie was not a Jmrchased soldier, but went in for ove. lie and a man named Bent I1, Lad been schoolfellows and frionds in the east, and they came west together. Neither enlisted, but Bout was drafted. Just a few months before that affair ho had married a beautiful young wom- an, and one whom my neighbor here ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 14 August 1890

vm. SOCTUEBX U&RCUEf: D&&3ÚAS, , THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890. □PFICIHL. SUM AUlanoe OfleltU. I.O. ITiklds, Manor, Travis Co., prelum. J. 11. Pannes. West HounUln, Upshur Co.. rtMMPraaldent. .114. O. Dawb, Bprlngtown, Parker Co.. secre- tary-treasurer. i>. M. Ki'vi'H, Alexander, ErathCo., tooturer 8. I. Kkndbioe, Waoo, McLennan Co., er- native oo mm II tee. 0. M. CuMNfnobam, Beauklu, Williamson executive committee «. f. Kookks, Palestine, Anderson Co., ex- esutlve oommlttee. Cotton Atañera, JtlU Kun.and Deader*. It \r II pay y onto confer tvltb a* an our oelehrtt Ua' "Modul" it. Csovor Cottou Qlns Cleaner*, itc., be-*e.-e buylac- Flnesri. beat improved (tnd latin at made. Can be re/u- U>,«d for* Itber damp or dry oottor.«.nd no iigher !■ price then ethers,'Ins. Hablur, JriHiher aiva co.teni'aeltlng a id boae a spe- 4 laity. 81. Loula prices duplicated. Kn- 4 Inea, bw lera, pveasea, milla, pulleys, ibafMnjcs, duplex gin taw Cera and general ; turiplli'N. Special induos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

W > / * I h OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.} 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE ANO EQUALITY" I T0L.1X.X0.84 DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜRSDA Y, AUGUST 2' 1**0. WHOLE J*0. 434 A* B. IMB0DEN. B. D. KAIMXT, J a. President Treaaarer. L. 0. WALL. Secretary. L. G. HAMlLioi\. Vice-Pre , and Gen. -ihi THE IMBODES-HABULTOM MORTGAGE CO. OA. PITA U. - - *100,000. "WSMSSiSi""! POET WOBTH, TEXAS. |00¥o,yS?5S??rD ««« upon forms, ranchea, vendor*' lien note and city property at lowest current ratee. Loan oloied quickly. Correspondence Invited. Alliance Furniture BY A PABMER BOT. I have bought a large stock, principally on time, which must be paid for in feixty days, and for cash during that time everything will SOLD FOR ONLY 10 Per Cent Profit 10 rapHLook for big sign on side of house. ISAACDAVIS, 1031 Mala St, DALLAS,TEX, (Ed. Smiths Old Stand. A. H. PEACOCK, DBALtjt It) American Watches and Seth Thomas' Clocks. A full Une of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles EVBepairing in all <ta branches,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, AUGUST 21, 18W. 1 I v' ■ alliance news. All About the Order in the State and Outside of it. Alliunce is IViüg Everywhere. What the NOTES. Limestone reports his county on a in Jim Moody of Alliance matters boom. Mr. Norther, the n< minee of the democratic party of Georgia, is a member of the Alliance. Bro. Witler of San Saba county says that the Alliance cause is bright- ening in his section of the state. The Alliances o' the different south- ern states have held their Scate meet- ings and in the main they have been harmonious. Hon. W. L. McGaugbey who was nominated by the democjatic conven- tion at San Antonio is a thorough Alliance man. A large number of the delegates to the San Antonio democratic conven- tion held on the 12 15, were members of the Alliance. Tillman was in the lead in the South Carolina convention and there was great confusion. A bolt by the small minority—and it is thought that a strong contest will follow. Bro. K ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

THE SOUTHEKN MMBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. i ) WHO WAS THE WRITER? í;« > THE AUTHORSHIP OP BEAU- TIFUL SNOW STILL IN DIS- PUTE The Dead Mas Had Manv Support- ers—Colonel William AUaa Sil- loway, Another Claimant, Tells How He Came to Write the Poem. The death of John W. Watson, who was buried in the Pi ess club plot in Cypress Hills ceraetary yesterday, has reawakened the controveisy about the authorship of that popular poem Beau- tiful Snow Mr. Watson was regard- ed by many people as the author, and he always claimed that he had written the verses. For many years Mr Watson was aided by persons who thought his claim was valid. A letter to the editor of the World ye^tcday proclaimed that the "only and true author of Beautiful Snow is Colonel William Al'an Silloway." A reporter found Colonel Silloway at No 131^ West Washington place. He is a printer by trade, and has been printer, reporter arid assistant editor on many newspapers in Boston, New Hampshire and Ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

r 4 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAfl, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8', 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONI DOLLAR A VMM. AOVAMOS. Sam H. Dixon, M. Newton, Editor. Bui. Man'gr. a full grown g:ant who love« principle* and abhors schemera. Intared at the poatottoe. Dalla* Tmm, m Moond-claa* mall matter. MAP THIS OAMWUT Petronilo those nbj edvertUe with ui. Advertising rate* fornUbed on application. Ajwayi mention the Meronry when wriUug M advertlieri. Coop bullae*! matten leperate from oonw« poidenni Intended for publication. Examine the flfuree on the label on your pa. per and ieo that your tlmi U oerraot All letter! Intended tor the Mercury, whuther builneai or otherwlie, should be addreiied to •Boothem Mercury," Dillai, Tesa*. When lending notice of ehange of add rota, pnti! the old a! well m the new add re la .glveMf we oannot pax any attention to auoh re- incala. HtkciMu; order , draft* and all remittance payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and addreii all letter! to the "Southe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. • other trades, professions or classes, tor •upon the success of the farmer de« I pends the living of all others. You can class all producers under three heads—the fpnner, the stock raiser and the inin¿r, and from these producers all other classes make their living. Now of all these, the farmer makes less from his labor than any other class, now what is the remedy ? It seems to me that we have it m our own hands, first to educate them up to the knowledge of their own condi- tion, that they may be able to intelli- gently demand what is due them, and then to elect men to office, both Na- tional and State, that will enact just Jaws that will protect all classes in their just rights, not taking from one and giving to another under a plea of pro- tection of home instructions. I feel that a business has been protected for from 40 to 80 years that canaot sus* tain itself, is not worthy of being pro- We will give a lull report ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

t'KB SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. I;. I / B0YS ANB GIRÜS' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to thoir Pleasure and 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, Mrs. Jennie Dixon. Boys and Girls:— Did you know that God knew when you were born that you would cut jour finger just as deeply as you did last winter, and that he made a pro- vision then to keep you from bleeding to death ? Did you ever wonder what kept the blood from all running out of your body from a tut, justas the water would all run from a reservoir through a very small hole if given time enough? God provides against this by introdu- cing a substance in jour blood that thickens and tangles up its feet so that it has to stop. This substance is ctiled fibrin, and it exists to a greater or less degree in the blood of every living creature, much more in the low- est type of animals and insects, so muc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECUKlf: DALLAS, TEXAS, TdUBSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890 CooK! CooK! ^Crowded for room, to reduce our stock of Organs, we offur for a few days, . Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $40.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. fILL A. VATKIN Hnsic Co., 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. Southern Germicide Will cure your Rheumatism. $3 oo a gallon. An electric light plant is talked of at Brenham, with a capital stock of $io,ooo. ^ Southern Germioide is making thousands of people njoice. It cured Mrs. Lou Black, Riply, Tex, of a bad case of Female Trouble. It will cure you. $3 00 a gallon. A ccmpany has been organized at Corpus Christi to be known as the Corpus Christy Improvement Co., with stock to the amount of $100,000 Don't be persuaded Into bu 'lag any kind of chill tonlo that your drugglat muy happen to be overstocked An. Insist upon h wing the reliable Chea'ham's Tasteless 'Chill Tonlo. It Is the best on earth. Mo injurious ingredients used in Its manufac- ture. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 21 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. Cotton Kill Men and Deal are. It will bit you to confer with u on our celebrated «'Model" K, Carver Cotton Glna Cleaner*, éte., before buying. Finest. beat Unproved and fastest made. Can be regu- lated for eltber damp or dry cotton, and no higher In price than other glna. Rubh. r, leather ana ootten belting and hoae a ape- clalty. St. Louie pricee duplicated. En- gines, bollera, preeeee, mill , pulleys. Shaftings, duplex gin aw fliers and general supplies. Special Inducemente offered. Call and see or address ue for prlccs and terms. Ben. F. Wolfe A Co., 308 and 906 Main St.. Dallas, Texas. OFFICIAL. •teto Alliance Official . i. D. Vulds, Manor, Travis Co., president. /. M. Planus, Weet Mountain, Dpehur Co., rteo-presldent. i ««. O. Daws, Sprlngtown, Parker Oo., secre- te ry-treasurer. O. M. Brora, Alexander, Erath Oo., lecturer g. J. Kbhdbioe, Waoo, McLennan Co., ex- ••«Uve oommlttee. D.M. Ccmhinohah, Beauklss, Williams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

arntSm {OFFICIAL JOURMAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALUANCE OF TEXAS.) 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND ■QUALITY1 TOIh IX. A0. 85. DALLAS, TEXAS, TE O ESI)A Y. AUGUST «s, lóbO. WROLE NO. 135 U B. IKBODKM. B. D. RAINEY, jr. Praildent TreMuer. L. a WALL. Secretary, L. S. HAMILTON. Vlce-Pres. and Gen. Man THE IMBODEH-HAMI1TON MORTGAGE CO. 01OO.OOO. OA. PITA Ik, I rOIT WORTH, TEXAS. oney loaned upon farina, ranchea, ▼endora' lien notes and city property at loweit ratea. Loam elosed quickly. Correapondenoe Invited. OOKNBB THIRD AMD HOUSTON STB, I COKNAR THIRD AND I HOUSTON STS. current Chap. A. TOWNS D. President. Gao. H. Bipi.bt, Vice 1'roB't. Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, Geo. e. Ids, Secretary. A88ETT8, «6,708,448 88; ORGANIZED I860 liabilities, *6,304,071)45; W.M. A. MARSHALL, Actuary. SURPLU8, 01,404,377.61. No Life Insura1 ce Policies are issued which are as liberal as those of the ••HOME,"—its Policies being from date of issue entirely unrestricted as to residence or travel, and after two years absolute...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, law. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order in the State and Outside of Alliance is ITcing Everywhere. it. What the RESOLUTIONS. grayson couty. On Monday last this scribe, in com- pany with others, boarded the train for Pottiboro, the nearest railroad station to Cedar Mill , the place appointed for the Grayson County Alliance to meet, arriving at Pottsboro in due time. To say the weather was hot and the dust almost unbearable would be putting it in mild language. Early Tuesday morning the lightning flashed and the thunder pealed forth and the rain commenced, which continued till about 12 m. Suffice it to tay we had an excellent rain. Bro. C. A. McMeans. from Denton county, was with us duting the session and rendered valuable service by his counsel and advice. The business of the County Alliance was finished on "Wednesday ngut. Thursday, the a6.h, was the grand barbecue. All the del- egates to the County Alliance and the Cedar Mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

... THE 80UTHKKH lUCBVUBT) DALLAD, TIÍXA8, THUR8DAY, AUGUST 98, 1880. FARM AND BARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. NOTB0. [Western Hural] Attend the fairi, eahibit jour «tock, compare it with other stock and see wherein yours is inferior. Feed the high prictd corn to low priced cattle, and that will make both com and cattle worth more* We should like to see the time when the Union Stock Yards d d not contain more stock than the market wanted. Will it pay to soil pigs? asks a cor- respondent. That depends upon con* ditions. Ordinarily in the west, at the present time, we do not think it would. Slush will increase the flow of milk but will not help the quality; and too much slush is in the direction of caus* ing indigestion and is a one sided food. The new Stock YarJs Company is ready for business, we suppose. It is a new handle and a new blade, but it is to be regarded as ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

fe. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY? DALLAS, TKXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1W0. : Southern Mercury. sm bollad A vian, in advamo*. . Dixon, i Editor, But. Man'gr Entered *t Iba poiloffloe. Dallas, T«im ind-elMi mil matter. 1 BSAD Tin OAMWUT fatronise tboie wJ*j advertise with ae. ▲drertlslni rata* furnished on application Always mention tbe Mercury wkeo wrttíug to advertisers. Keep business matter «aparate fro correa- fondence Intended for publication. Examine tbe llfurea on tbe label on rour pa- far and (#e that your time la oerrecL ah latter* Intended for tbe Mercury, whether 1 Maine * or otherwise, should be addressed to "loutbern Mercury," Dallas, Texas When sending notice of ehange of address, anle** tbe old a* well a* the new addrea* 1* . given, w* cannot pay any attention to aucb re- fVléfltie Make money orders, draft* and all remittance payable to the order of the "Southern Morcu- •ty," and addrea* all letter* to the "Southern «Mercury," Dalla*, Texa*. Benew your subscription, *o you won'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

THE SOüTHEMt MEWDBYs DAULAS, 5 those iavoring the resolutions issed as a ¡feet the de- theN. F. A. and I. U. that the g veroment should issue money direct 10 the peo- ple without the intervention of nanen- al banks. Further . Resolved, That it is the sense of this body that all members of the Far- men Alliance are tree to take any po- sition they may prefer in the discus- sion of said bil1. After discussion by and those opposing, were adopted. On motion of T.J. Veale the body adjourned till 8 a. m., Friday. fourth day—morning session. On motion of J. B. Webb, President J no. D. Fields was allowed the use of the report of the judiciary committee to the state Alliance in the case of the appeal from Travis county, etc. J. B. Webb and D. E. Bentley of. fered (he following resolution; Resolved, i st. That the Farmers State Alli- ance hails with pleasure the election to and acceptance of the presidency of the A. and M. College by Hon. L S. Ross, our former governor. and. That we believe h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

t'HE SOUTHERN MBBCÜBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 88, 1890. m m B0YS ANB^IRUS'DEPARTfflENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure and Profit Ite Special Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Taste (or the Puré and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mas. Jennie Dixon. Boys and Girls-— Did you ever tee fanners and farm era blue badges and red! I told Mr, Newton that he must put blue badges an the red haired delegates and red badges on the black haired ones, but he could never get it straight I wish that some of the fathers had brought one of their little girls, she could have pinned them on nicely-. You would have enjoyed the short stay in our busy city, and I should have been so pleased to know some of my children. My heart was gladdened by your many kind messages of cheer and apprecia tion, and also the encouragement from the fathers. And I must just here ac knowledge the receipt of a splendid melon weighing 75 pounds, presented to me by Mr. Watkins, wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

nmuíw^P I f Í1 1 VÍ r if !> i! 1 IV" THE SOUTHSBN MECl/KÍ: DALLAS, TEXAS, TtfUBSDAY, ALGUST 28, 1890. Coo^! CooK! ' Crowded for room, to reduce our stock of Organs, wo offer for a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $10.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. Write us immediately. VAL A. WATK1H Music Co., 737 Main St., DALLAS, TEX. Southern Germicide Will cure your Rheumatism. $3 oo a gallon. Berclair, Texas, •cotton gin is to have a new Southern Oermieide is makiiig thousands of people rtjoice. It cured Mis. Lou Black, Riply, Tex , of a bad case of Female Trouble. It will cure you. $3.00 a gallon. The cloak makers' York is ended. strike at New a general liniment for sprain and bruise* or for rheumatiim, lame back, deep seated or muscular pa'ns, Chamberlain'* Fain Balm 1 uuriva'ed. For aale by W. H. Ho well & Bro., Dallas, Texas, and all druggists. Í. Iron Gate, Va., is talking of having a woolen mill. Don't be persuaded Into bu'lag any kind of chill tonlo that your dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 28 August 1890

DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1890 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: OFFICIAL. Proclamation by President Jones To the presidents of the various Couuty A III anees, greeting: Whereas, The Farmers State Alli- ance in regular session asseiubkd in the city of Dallas, August 19th to the 3¡ inclusive, did pass some very im- portant amendments to the constitu- tion, and Whereas. Our law requires that all amendments to our constitution «hall be refered to County Farmers Alliances for their ratification. There fore, I, by authority in nie vested as president of theParmers State Alliance issue this my proclamation, and re- commendations to the presidents of the County Alliances represented in said Farmers State Alliance, that they call a meeting of their respective County Alliances at once, for the pur- pose of passing on the following amendments to our law. And real- izing the cor dition of the order through- out the state I recommend them to give serious consideration, and if pos- sible ratificat...

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