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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

,1 . n • • ) "OMMNiZC. «MIGATE ANO TOOPMtATK* [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PAMMMAQ STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] TOL. IX. NO.36. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1890. 'LIBERTY, ilUSTIOt AWP KQHAHTV■ WHOLE NO. ¿36 u a ix >1M. É. b. ftAlMKY, JB. ildent Treasmrer. L a WALL. Becretary. L. 6. HAMILTON. Vlce-Pres. and Gen. Man. THEIMBODEH-HAMILTOH MORTGAGE CO. CAPITA Xw, - - 01OO.OOO. I F01T WORTH, TEXAS. 100®AS^S,ái?át',, OOBNIK THIRD AND HODBTON 8TB. chap. a Townskm). President. Geo. H. Bii'iÍey, Vice Pies't. Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, Geo. R. Idb, Secretary. A86ETT8, «6,708,448 06; ORGANIZED I860 liabilities, 06,304,071(46; Wm. A. Ma' shall, Actuary. 8urplu8, l,404,377.61. No Lile Insurar ce Policies are issued wmch 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 absolutely indisputable. SPECIMEN POLICIES WILL BE FURNISHED OK APPLICATION The Home Life Insurance Co. was recommended to the Bro...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

THE SOUTHEKN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, iwu. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the OnliT in the Stntc and Outside- of it. Alliance i« I'dmr Everywhere. What the ITEMS. The different Alliance cotton yards throughout the state are niakiog prep- arations for handling big crops this season. The proposition to manufacture cot- ton bagging in the penitentialies is a good one, and the farmers should speak out on this matter. The AlliaLce is getting there lively this year. From all parts of the coun- try comes the good news that promi- nent members of the organization are being nominated for congress. That i s a move in the right direction. Fill our legislative halls with Alliance men. —.Arkansas Tocsin. We have no desire to be too inqui- sitive, but we should be glad to know what that stab'e caucus meant ihat was held in the western part of town Friday afternoon, and why it was nec- essary that new tickets be printed for the primary, on yellow paper, when a full supply containin...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

THE SOUTUKKM MKKUUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBKH 4, 1890 FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Ev^lhin oí Intern* to the Fan.,, Orchard and Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations tiro Solicited. FARM AND GARDEN. THINGS SAID AND DONE BY WIDE AWAKE AGRICULTURISTS. NOTES. ! the yield there is not so g od as upon 1 strong laud. Care should always be H. P Morrow (San Augustine, Tex) taken to prepare the soil well before writes: "Would be glad to see Prof. 80wing the seed. A very light cover- \ Stubbb' article upon sugar and syrup making for small fa' niers and mills. A good deal of sugar cane is grown here, bat the product is sorry." The leaer has been referred to Prof. Stubba To secure fine specimens of fruit a French hoiticulturalist, perceiving that whenever a fruit—a pear for instance— rests upon some branch or other sup- port beneath it, that the fruit always grows to a large size, gives the selec- ted fruit the necessary artificial sup- port. This permits the sap ...

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

■ Ww TUB SOUTHERN MEBCUBTi DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBáDAT, SE1TEMBER 4, «9ft The Southern Mercury. ON* DOLLAR A YIAB IN AOVANOt. Sam H. Dixon, ; ; Editor, M. Newton, : Bus. Afan'gr. to elect farmer governors this year, and if they don't go to to the "demnition powwows" during the ntxt administra- tion, it wont be the fault of the old line Entered «t the postolfiue, Dallas, Texas ■aoond-claas mail matter BEAD THIS QAEBFPLI.Y Patronize those advertise with u« Advertising ratea furnished on application Always mention the Mercury wkcu writing to advertiser*. Keep buslne** matters separate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. Bsamlue the figures on the label on your pa- par and see that your time is correct. All letter* Intended for the Mercury, whether bualne** or otherwise, should be addressed to ■Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texaa. When lending notice of change of address, onless the old as well as the new address Is liven, we cannot pay auy attention to tfuch re- ine* U. Make money...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ^ 1IM. STATE ALLIANCE. (Continued from page D 1 i I terdict partisan politics, and that no one who i« a candidate for political office be elected as a delegate to the Estate Alliance; and would lurther ad- vise the membership in our state to refrain from having partisan politicians to address them on Alliance occasions 10th. That we commend the course pursued by the Fort Worth Gazette, and all other papers which are espous- ing the cause of the people in the pres- ent pending campaign. nth. We further report upon the condition of the alliance of this State, that it is numerically stronger than 12 months ago, finding that over 100 new Alliances have been organized during the year; and further believe that action taken by this State Alliance upon education and lecturing will double or nearly double our present strtng'h; and further, from all infor- mation obtainable, is having a saltuary effect upon the moral, social and pe- cun...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1890. B0YS ANB GIRI2S' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure an<l Profit. Its Special Aim l>ein# to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Tanto for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mb#¡. «Jknkik Dixon. Bovs and Girls:— J think it was last week when I told you I wanted to form a society among you, and wanted you all to write me and make a guess as to what the na ture of it would be. I have not heard from any of you yet, but hope to soon. 1 want to tell you of something that I saw the other day out here in our beautiful Oak Cliff: Ask your papas those who were delegates to the State Alliance here, to tell you about the r excursion out on the Oak Cliff elevated railroad. But I must tell my story: As I was returning from Dallas, when I got off at my station I saw a crowd ofbojsandmen standing around a little boy whom one of the men was supporting. The little fellow was all covered wi...

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

THE SOUTHERN MFx. UKIT; DALLAS, IE XAS, THUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER i, 1890 Cook! Crowded kit i . átóíUikti room, to roduoe our stock of Organs, wc ofler a few days, Organs at $25.00, $35.00, $38.00, $¿0.00 and upward, for Cash or Easy Terms. AiV rite us immediately. fill A. WATKIN Music Co,, 737 Main St, DALLAS, TEX. Southern Germicide Will cure your Rheumatism. $3 oo a gallon. The Swiss conduct an industrial mission in India. Christian artisans teach the natives various employments and the truths of the Gospel at the same time. You «wallow the medicine—wo do the reit. The medicine referred to li Cheat- ham'! Tasteless Chill Tonic and the "rest" that we propose doing li to cure the chill if yon have them; to prevent their coming 11 not. ____________ The surest way to produce moral blindness is to neglect moral convic- tion. One who pursues this course will soon admire his own errors, credit his own lies, and take pleasure in his own wickedness.—Christian Statesman. Don't poison yoirself by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 4 September 1890

m S0UTHH3N ME80CRY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1890. DPPICWL. Proclamation by President Jone . To the presidente of the various County .Mil* uncus, flUBtlii#: Whereas, The Farmers State Alli- ance in regular session assenftled in the city of Dallas, August 19th to the 23 inclusive, did pass some very im-i portant amendments to the constitu- tion, and Whereas. Our law requires tfaft all amendments to our conttituti at •hal be reiered to County Farm ew Alliances for their ratification. The re- fore, I, by authority in me vested *£ presiden of the Farmers State Allian ce issue this my proclamation, and ) re-: commendations to the presidents of the County Alliances represented fcj said Farmers State Alliance, that th ey call a meeting of their respecti ve County Alliances at onoe, for the pi ir- pose of passing on tbe following amendments to our law. And re¡ il- ¡zing the condition of the osder thraug b- out the state I reoommtnd then t o give serious oon&ideration, and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

I l' "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE ANO WWRATf" iOFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TBB FARMERS STATS ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY • VOL. IX. JYO. 87. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1890. WHOLE NO. 487 t, B. IMBODKN. 8. D. KAINKY, JH. President. Treasurer, L. O. WALL. Secretar;, L. G. HAMILTON. Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man THE IMBODEN-HAMILTCN MORTGAGE CO. OA. PIT Jib, - - •100,000. CORNAR THIRD ANI) HOUSTON 8T8. Money loaned upon farmi, ranche , vendors' lien notes and city property at lowest current ' rates. Loans closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. :>O.KN£R THIRP AND H0Ü8T0N 8TS, FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. Cn/8. A. Townhkmi, President. Geo. H. Bii'i.ey, Vice l'res't. Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, NEW YORK. Geo. E. Idk, • Secretary A88ETT8. «6,708,448 96; ORGANIZED I860 LIABILITIES, #5,304,071.45; A. MacSII ' 1,1-, Actuary. 8URPLU8, 91,404,377,51. No Life lnsurar.ee Policies are issued wftich are as liberal as those of the "HOME,"—its Policies being from date of issue entirely unrestricted ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 18 u. Km ALLIANCE NEWS. All About llif Order in the State unci Outside of it. Alliance is Fcíul' Everywhere. W hat tin ITEMS. Uro. Jus. F. Neil), New Birmingham, writes for sample copies of Thf. Mer- ctRY. We send them with pleasure, and hope that each one will bring back a new subscriber. Bro. Asa Chambers writes from Coke county, and wishes that Bro. Evans Jones, or some other lecturer would come out that way and talk to the people on Alliance matters. Bro. E J. Bacon [writes that Swin- dale Alliance is in a flourishing condi- tion, reclaiming backslider members and gaining new onts, and that they are a unit in all things pertaining to the good of the order. From Gtimes county, Bro. R. R. Keith writes: "This county is on an Alliance boom. I like The Mercury just splendid. It has done more for the people of Texas during this cam- paign than anything tlse. We are with )OU." Bro. C Nummery, Walburg, Wil- liamson county, wri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

Devoted Brief THE SOUTHERN MEKCUKYt DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890 rule, but should be uied with discre PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE tion tempered with mercy. FARM AND GARDEN I to Everything of tolere" to tho Fa. 01, Oreluml a riof Avilóle on Pr-otloal Topic , N ' "•' ()l,re,v uro Solicited. Orchard and Giirdon.; The word ,,Whoa" is often misusfd utions Farm Statistics 1 see that H >n. L L Foster is 'o deliver an address at George'own ln- sti'.ute, on the importance of farm sta- tisfics. I dare say it will be both in- tertaining and instructive. The 'arm- en of Texas are powerfully ignorant on this one subject. We know little of the products of our own state. ( What few facts we have are fragment- ary, uaclarsified and in many instan- ces misleading. Till the agr cultural department of Texas was created there was nothing at all on this one subject for the farm- er to secure. This department has done great service to the people of Texas by giving them a correct idea regardi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

THE SOÜTHEBM MEBCUBY; DALLAS, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONI DOLLAR A VIAN, IN AOVANOI. ■Sam H. Dixon, M. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr. ■atorad at tho poitoflloe, Dallas, Teia*. m aooond-cla** moil matter. UAD thisjoablfully PAUOalM thOM witkj Advertise With 0 Advertising rotea furnlihed on Application. Always mention the Mercury when writing (0 advertisers. Keep business matter* leparate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. txamlue the figure* on the label on your pa- yer And Me that your time li correct AU letter* Intended for the Mercurj, whether bsalneu or otherwl**. ahonld be addressed to ■ftoDthern Mercury," DaIIa*, Texas. When «ending notice of change of address, anless the old a* well a* the new addre** 1* .given, we caunot pay any attention to inch re- Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and Addre** *11 letter* to the "Southern Mercury," Dalla , Texas. Benew your «ubacriptlo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

niaiirftriíííjttfriiánii r , .. THE SOUTHERN MEBOPRY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899. Ths Farmer* and Ths Tariff. | In the iollowiag contribution we give our farmers some of the most im- portant results of economic science, in a clear and plain form, as taught in our highest institutions of learning. We confess we are glad to see that these institutions and their high scien- tific studies are proving Hue friends to the agricultural interests: No fair mind can dispute the fact that that the farmers' industry is pain- fully and unjustly depressed through- out the United States. Several causes are woiking this re- sult. Were they merely providential, patient submission ought to be ours. But when we see the most of this huge mischief result from the errone- ous action of the government, our in- dignation becomes just. Oae cause of the depression has doubtless been the sudden emancipation of the Afri- can bondsmen; for, by this one stroke, seven millions of our people were c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

t'HB SOUTHERN MBBCPBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890. B0YS ANB GIRl2S DEPARrff?ENr. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure and Profit. Its Special Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Tasto for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mrs. Jennik Dixon. Boys and Girls:— The first letter that I take from my bundle for this week is one from a new cousin who wants to join us. Wel- come, Frank Lane. We are all glad to have you. Come again. Am glad you are going to school Simeon—study and try to learn something that will help you in life, every day. Your rid- dle has been given and answered sev- eral times in our colpmns, so we omit it. Howard and Willie McDonald, glad to hear from you again. You are regular reformers, and all discrimi- nations in legislations will quail when you are old enough to have a voice in the affairs of state. Howard is a poet also. Come again, both of you. El- lice wants to talk and discuss Dickens. Fortunate she did...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

r THE SOUTHERN MECUHJf: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBKK 11, 1890. OF MUSIC IN HEAVEN. THE TOPIC OF DR. T. DE WITT TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. A Wonderful UUcourw, Imbued with Living Faith lu the Glorie That Will Be Celebrated In the Home of the Bleat In the Lamb's New Song, Brooklyn, Sept 7.—Dr. Talmage's •ermon for today was a glowing descrip- tion oí the melodies of the Celestial land. His text was, "And they sang a new song." Rev. v. 9. Following is the sermon: Nearly all the oities of Europe and America have conservatories of musio and associations whose object it is, by voice and instrument, to advance the • art of sweet sounds. On Thursday Bights Exeter hall of London used to resound with the music of tirst class performers, who gave their services gratuitously to the masses, who came in with free tickets and huzzaed at the entertainment. At Berlin, at 11 o'clock daily, the military band, with sixty or a hundred instruments, discourses at the royal operu house for the people. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 11 September 1890

i ■ , ... «Mam. fttfáirl-ifn' •-f'vfV >R; THE SOUTHERN MEBCÜBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1800. DPFICIUL. Proclamation by Prasidant Jones. To the presidents of the various County Alli- en oet, grc etlng: Whereat, The Farmer Sute Alii- ance in regular session assembled 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 me vested as pre&idett of the Farmers 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 lav. And real izing the condition of the order through out the state I recommend them to give ser...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

■v "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AMO OOOKIIATK' [OFFICIAL JOUMMAL OF THE FAMMEES STATS ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.) 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUMJTV VOL. IX. #0.88. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1890. WHOLE NO., 438 u B. IMBODM. wfc 8. X . BAIWY,J* ^ U 0. WAXL^ ^ THE IMBODEV-HAMILTOM MORTGAGE CO. OAPITAIk, • • $100,000. ooiho^tÓ5 bta NDI F01T WORTH, TEXAS. \™$l3¡Mmn em-Money loaned upon farms, ranchea, vendors' lien nota* «ni city property at lowest current rate . Loans dosed quickly. Correspondence invited. Chap. A. Towns d, President. Gno. H. Bipley, Vice Pres't* Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, Oso. E. IDE, Secretary. a88ctt8. *6,708,448 96; ORGANIZED I860 LIABILITIES, «6,304,07l<46; W . A. Marshall, Actuary. 8URPLU8, *1,404,377.51. No Life Insurarce 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 absolutely indisputable. SPEOIXXN POLICIES WILL. BE FURNISHES OK APPLICATION. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, ibw. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Onlcr in the Alliance i* State and Outsklu of Tcing Everywhere. it. What the ITEMS. "" The Farmers Alliancs is tread:n briskly along the path that leads to* better conditions.—McKinney Demo- crat. Among other good wotks accom- plished by the Farmers Alliance, under their influence sectional prejudices are if.ast disappewirg —Cooke Co. S gnal The Alliance picnic at V an Sickle's 'Schoolhouse, Hunt Co , Tex , S pt. 6, was a complete success. Addresses were delivered by brothers Purdue, Ashby, and others. Let no man let up on his Alliance work or enthusiasm on account of the warfare between the great Alliance and the politician. It bad to come, and it has come. But brave men will not flinch.—The Great West. Evan Jones has just finished his tour of Tarrant county. He delivered addresses at Enon, Arlington, Grape- vine, Keller, Smithfield and Ft Wflnh, j and reported g >od audience), and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

THE SOrtHKKN MKKCUKY: DALLA , TEX.An, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 1890 > it':'' J FARM AND BARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Article on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. BEETS AS FEED FOR COWS. Correspondence Solioited. We want to make this department of The Mercury of practical benefit to its readers, and to accomplish this we solicit your a'd. Give us your ex- perience with diff.-reat plans in every- thing pertaining to the farm and gar- den. If you have tried something new. with success, it is your duty to let others know it. If you have made 9?tne discovery of value in the culti- vation of your farm or garden, give it to others. Remember too, that what- ever pertains to to the management of stock, is included in the word "farm." "The Is i as in y rule o'er land and sea, The 1< r I ni.jr live right rojally: The soldier rde 'n pomp and pride; The sailor roam o'' r occai wide: But this or that, whate'er befall. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

w Pi™® PrfT** :-. " ui .•.tUL,„J,úa¿- THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1>, 1890. Tfce Southern Mercury «M« DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVAHO*. (■w H. Dixon, P. Newton, Editor. But. Man'gr, •t the postoBoe, Dallaa, *•**«. " -class mail matter. ' MAO MM OAMFPI^Y 'runmlM thoae mtv) advertise with us advertising rata* furnished on application Always mention the Mercury when writing ••dnrtfMti. i business matter* «aparata from correa i Intended for publication. nm the figure* on the label on your pa- ear end aee that your time ii correct aw Miera Intended for the Mercury, whether «Minees or otherwise. ahould be addreaaed to Wwlliern Mercury," Dalla*. Text* When seeding notice of change of addre**« , ■ , (j,e ou u weu m the new addrea* la , we oanaot pay any attention to *uoh re- money order*, draft* and all remittance* . mjable to the order of the "Southern lieiou- rft- end addr*** all letter* to the "Southern Mair ai i " Dallaj, Texas. fteeew your subscrlpUon, ao you w...

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