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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

THE SOOTHBBN MERCURY] DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 18#0. > The Farmers and Thi Tariff* [continued from last week ] But the deeper injury to agriculture is still to be explained It is wrought by the reflex influence of tariffs upon the foreign and home markets for the great export staples of the country. I use this term 'or those large American products, whether agricultural or man- ufactured, which are in such quantity that a part must find a foreign market, or remain unsold. Such are onr great cereal crops, Wheat, Indian corn, oats; our meat and cheese crops; our tobac co, and especially our great cotton crops; our woolen manufactured goods also have now grown into this class of export staples—because the American factories, if running full time, produce far more woolen goods than the peo- ple of the United Sutes can either buy or wear out. The malignant in- fluence of the tariff system will appear by comparing a few indisputable facts. First, we produce far more of th...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

VHB SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890. B0YS ANB GIR12S' DEPARTMENT. Devoted Exclusively to their Pleasure and Profit. Its Special Aim being to Develop Literary Talent and to Nurture a Tatte for the Pure and Good in Reading and Learning. Conducted by, Mas. Jennie Dixon. Dear Boys and Girls:— I am iure you will all read with pleasure the very interesting leter from "Montfz." (think the children might if they gave more time and study improve in their letters* and I have only this one request to make. Let your father or big brother write to The Mercury all the Alliance news, and let us suppote that all your pa paa and mammas belong to the Alii' anee. Then you can tell us some, thing about baby brother or your beautiful pony or brave dog. I hope aU ,mjr boys and giils will be going to school Apon, then I expect to find im- provement in their writing and compc- eitioat in every letter. Montez wants to know if yo* may not all call me "Aunt Jewnie." Certainly, th...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

THE WINGS OF LOVE TABERNACLE SERMON ON THE EX- PERIENCE OF RUTH. > The Oriental Seen* and the Encouraging Salutation of Uoaa—Ruth Had Become a Voluntary Exile for Love, and Her Ho- ward Wan Great. Brooklyn, Sept 14. —The subject of the discourse by Dr. Taliuage today was "Wings of Love," the famous preacher taking for his text the words, "The Lord God of Israel, under whose wings thou art come to trust"—Ruth U, 12. Scene—An Oriental harvest field. Grain standing. Grain in swaths. Grain In sheaves. At the side of the field a white tent in which to take the nooning, jars of vin- egar or of sour wine to quench the thirst of the hot working people. Swarthy men striking their sickles into the rustling barley. Others twisting the bands for the sheaves, putting one end of the band under the arm, and with the free arm and foot collecting the sheaf. Sunburned women picking up the stray straws and bringing them to the binders. Boaz, a fine looking Ori- ental. gray bearded and bright faced,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 18 September 1890

Proclamation by Fresident Jones. •*7 W" * ; ■ " 1 ^ "■WpT ''• - THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890. sky of resuscitating and the building up of our noble order throughout the state, and realizing the fact that under the existing circumstances it will be To the presidents oí the various County All!- . . «acts, gt< eting: impossible for myself or state lecturer Whereas, The Farmers State Alii- to visit every portion of the state; ance in regular session assembled in therefore 1 am anxious to secure frcm the city of Dallas, August 19th to the ^ two to four true and competent lect- 33 inclusive, did pass some very im- ^ urers in each county, to whom I will po:tant amendments to the constitu- issue organizer's commission, whose lion, 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 presiden of theParmers State Alliance is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

'OflOAWIZE. EDUCATE AMD 'XM9MJMTC" {OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TSE FARMERS STATU ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.} "uBuewrv, tjtxftrtofi ANÜ «QUAUW • VOL. IX. NO. 89. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. WHOLE NO. ¿89 '"""MS ""¿S . AASiHfStiio. TEE IMBODEH-HAMILTON MORTGAGE CO. OAPlTAb, - - #100,000. "W&íSíW1'! FOBT WORTH, TEXAS. l"S!Si™ *>™a ¿BEL" " "*•" °"™" Cn.in. A. Towkshm), President. Geo. H. Bim.it, Vico Pres't- Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, Gbo. e. Ins, Secretary. NEW YORK. WH, A. MARSHALL, Actuary. A88ETT8. «6,708,448 98; ORGANIZED I860 LIABILITIES, 05,304,071.45; 0URPLU8, 01,404,377,51. 14 No Lile Insurance Policies are issued wnich are as liberal as those of the "HOME,"—its Policies being from date of isste entirely unrestricted as to residence or travel, and after two years absolutely indisputable. SPECIMEN POLICIES WILL BE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. The following table, compiled from the An- nual ltepurtot «bu buperlntoudent of Insur- ance of the Hale of New York, exhibits the amoun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

. > .B.-r* ifKül THE SOUTHERN MERCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order in the State and Outside of it. Alliance íb Doing Everywhere. What the ITEMS. The Alliance exchange of Ga., is in a prosperous condition. Guadalupe claims to be the banner Alliance Co. of Texas. An Alliance bank will be ready for business at Quitman, Ga., Oct. 15. Anderson county Alliance favors uniform system of School text books, and opposes issuing bonds. The directors of the Terrell county, Ga, Alliance warehouse have this year declared a dividend ot 45 per cent. The Floresville Chronicle, one of the best weeklies in South-west Texas, has an ably edited Alliance column on the first page. Michigan comes into the Alliance ranks with ten thousand members, and oins her sister states in the great struggle for reform. The Farmers Alliance in La. took a firm stand against the lottery, and, it is said, expelled nine who were mera bers of the legislature because they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

B I')..' THE SOUTHERN MEBCÜKYj DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. Devoted to Everything of Interest to the Farm, Orchard and Garden. Brief Articles on Practical Topics, Notes and Observations are Solicited. Correspondence Solicited. We want to make this department of The Mercury of practical benefit to iu readers, and to accomplish this we solicit your aid. Give us your ex- perience with different plans in every- thing pertaining to the farm and gar- den. If ycu have tried something new, with success, it is your duty to let others know it. If you have made tome 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 ■lock, is included in the word "farm." "The king muy rule o'er laud and «en. The lords m y live rt«ht rojally; 'JL'K# soldier ride In pump and pride; The sailor roam o'er oocan wide: But this or tlmt, whatc'er befall, The farmer he mast leed then all." NOT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

TUB SOUTHERN MERCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONK DOLLAR A VIAR, IN ADVANOC. yti'C ■ Bil P® Hi Sam H. Dixon, M. Newton, i Editor. Bus. Man'gr. Entered at tho postoflica, DaUas, ThUi W Moond-claas mall matter. READ THIB OAHKFPLLY. Patron! 10 thono wbj advertise with u . Advertising ratea furnished on application. Always raontlou the Meroury when writing to adverüuer*. Keep buslnenn matter* separate from oorres- pondenco Intended for publication. Examino the Scute* on the label on yoar pa- per and nee that your time la oorrect All lotteri intended for the Mercury, whether tonal act* or otherwise, should be addressed to •Southern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When scudlng notice of ehange of address, nnless the old as well as the new address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to suoh re- quests. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Merou- ry." and addre*N all letters to tho "Southern Mercury," Ualla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

I*¿< .... ,, " ••'«'i'- ■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1890. I - m Prof. Guyer On the Sub-Trea ury Idea. Editoa Mercury: There appeared in an editorial column of to-days Fort Worth Gazette, under the heading "The Farmer at Home and in Poli- tics," ihe following: "Every farmer in America has been plundered and robbed outrageously for more than a generation by the in- iquitous financial and tariff legislation enacted by the party of patriotism, trusts, syndicates and combines. All at once a nostrum is invented by some political doctrinaire and is intro- duced in congress by a fellow called Picker, of Dakota, purporting to be a panacea for every wrong and a salve for every wound. Instantly, and with- out a moments thought, aa it seems, the National Alliance convened at St. Louis, took up and adopted the new born financial bantling and the sub- treasury scheme of the government's lending money to fanners at a nom- inal rate of interest became an article...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. CONDUCTED BY MRS. JENNIE DIXON USQMAN'S COLUMN. Devoted to a Discussion of : n<l Intmhunge of Ideas, as to the Needs, Duties and "Rights" of the Farmer's Wife. Dear Sisters:— This has been repeatedly and truth- fully called the woman's century, and truly she has been, and i«, making wonderful strides towards enlighten- ment in all the walks of life. Many of us can remember when our mothers and older sisters thought their condi- tion little above that of a slave, and very low in the social scale, if they had to work in any way to assist ivi the support of the family, and then there were only two avenues open for the aspiring woman—teaching and gewing. Now, there is practically no employment that is not open for wo- men, and so faithful and efficient has their labor been found that they are last coming to the front, and almost universally receive the same salary as men. Now I hope none of you will misunderstand me w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

M THE SOUTHERN MBOPUlf; DALLAS, JEXA8, THOB8PAT, SEPTEMBER 85, 1190. (JOI) WTLL REFORM THEM. OR. TALMAGE ON GOD'S METHODS OF PURIFICATION. ffe* Bible Fromlw* Are for Bleu In Buil- Dcu and Social Life. Politics and Mar- riage. a* Well as In Purely Spiritual Matters—Be Answers Prajrer. Brooklyn, Sept. 21. —Preliminary to his sermon at the Academy oí Muslo in this city this forenoon Rev. Dr. Tal- inage announced that until the new Brooklyn Tabernacle was completed be would preach In the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sunday mornings. He was glad to add that by an arrangement made through The Christian Herald, of New York city, he would be enabled to preach in the New York Academy of Music, on Fourteenth street, on Sun- day evenings, beginning with the even- ing of Sept 28. He also announced that on next Sabbath morning, Sept. 28, he would begin a series of sermons entitled "My Recent Journey Through the Holy Land and Neighboring Coun- tries: What I Saw and Learned." The subject of today'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 25 September 1890

THE SOUTHKKN MERCURY: DALLAS, TKXA<, THUltóDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. m ■ i-. n ■EST ■ I | m'' DFF1C1AL. Proclamation by President Jones. So the presidents of the various County Alii- •noon, greeting: Whereas, The Farmers State Alii- DISTRICT NOTICES. The count; Farmer's Alliances, com- posing the sixth congressional district, will elect delegates from their counties to represent them in organizing a dis- trict Alliance in the said sixth district, ance in regular session assembled in t0 meetat Aivorado on the ist day of the city of Dallas, August 19th to the 33 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 presideot of theParmers State Alliance issue this my proclamation, and re- commendations to the presidents of the County Alliances represented in ■aid Farmers State All...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

* :,^vT"■ . wiyxrpr* 1m" >w«í*A Tillan I life ■■ M.iftA.iititfretiww í ' pt^. ■ * < ; | >*£& I OM3ANIZC. EDUCATE AND QCMMPEKATE' [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.) " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUAUTV • VOL. IX. VALLAS, TEXAS, THÜRSDA J. OCTOBER *. 1**0. WHOLE MO. MO u . moB„ •" L' ° "áSw vüípKÍÍJ 2S: • THE IMBODEH-HAMILTOH MORTGAGE CO. O A. PIT*.*. • - •lOO.OOO. D^uRri™ "D FOBT WOBTB, TEXAS. 10 s* :m" *"■" ¿ata.""c""ni 6 ce. H. kvttT, Vice Pres't CHAS A. TOWNSBKJ). President. Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompapy, GEO. E. IDE, Secretary. Wjl. A. M A" ell ALL, Ac 112*1 y. ORGANIZED I860 A88ETTS, #6,708,448 80; LIABILITIES. *6,304,071.46; 8URPLU8, «1,404,377,6i. No Life Insurance Policies are issued which are as Kberal 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 POLICRBS WILL BB FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. The Home Life Insurance Co. was recommended t...

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

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, i vo. ALLIANCE NEWS. Ail Aituul the Order in the Stutu and Outnide of it. Alliuncc is Pcing Everywhere. What the KTEMS. The AU'ance is educating the mass- es, which malíes the politicians tum- ble with fear —Lasso. The Alliance grocery store at Dtca tur was burglarized last week, and sev eral small articles taken. 1 he Alliance Exchange at Henrietta Ttxas, is doing a good business, and said to be giving satisfaction. Evaa Jones writes from Coleman: "The ouilouk for, the order isv.ry hopt fu! in the counties 1 have visited." 1 he Farmers Alliance can wa'ch it- si If. It's the fellows who are com plaining so much of the Alliance that need watching — Ex All the fii anc:al and economic laws of the country appears to be patsi.d in the mUiests of the capitalists Und the manuf.ctureiVof the east. West Virginia.. Maiyland, Pennsyl- vania, Michigan and New Mexico ate the latest accessions Slate Alliance having been recently organized....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

mn i, DM THE SOUTHB&N MKttCUKY: DALLAR TKX\S, THURSDAY, OCtOWAl i \m i > BtUj Pstterao* on the Bub-T*ea«- ury Bill. Mb. Editor :—If I understand the misai«a of The Mercury it is ta re- flect the sentiment of the farmer and to warn as of any pending danger to tke beet interest of the whole people of this government, but so far as the | sub-treasury bill is concerned it don't look to me like any Alliance man I would need any warning against it. It looks to me ftke a paitisan measure w class legislation of the very worsi kind. It gmnts special privileges to •tke farmer Shat in my judgment can- not extend to other occupations. One •of its missions is to prevent the price -of the product of the farm being gov- erned by corners of those who deal in futures,''hut by supply and 'demand. Granting that it would do this for us farmers, it never can equally benefit the wage laborer, I am almost «ure that the wages of labor as not con- trolled by supply and demand, for it fluctuates when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

V' ' V? • 1 >"'* ' •■Tr. ¿ • ' ,- ••■' - M W r. ' 1 "I ■ ' ' ' '■' ; ',; WKá THE SOÜTHEBN MEBCUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 2, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONC OOLkAM * VIAW. W AOVAMOS. Published by the Southern Mercury Publishing Company. Sam H. Dixon, : ; Secretary. ■nterod at the poatoflUM, Dallas. 1'mm. « aaoond cUM mail matter. KBAD THIE OAMFPLLT. Patronise those mbj advertise with as. IdvertUiux rates furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing 10 advertisers. Keep business matters separate from corres- pondence Intended for publication. Examine the Bgure* on the label on your pa- per and see that your time Is correct All letters Intended for the Heronry, whether ■lPn)n. M or otherwise, should be addressed to 'Southern Meroury." Dallas, Texas. When sendlue notice of change of address, anless the old as well as the new address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to such re- «nests. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

THE SOu JmiBW MEBCÜBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜB8DAT, OCTOBER 2, 1890. V; \/S A On The Burial of The Poor. BV S. D. A. DUNCAN. I do not lay claim to the merits of «being i devout mint but there are ripie that feelings visit me in connec- tion with churches and funerals that 1 do not experience elsewhere. Have you witnessed the burial of the poor, the burial of an only son of a poor widow? The only being that «eemed thor- oughly to feel the humble and pros- trate piety of a devout Christian, was a poor, deciepid woman, bending un- der the weight of years of toil and hardships, the lingering ot decent pride still visible in her appearance, her dress, though humble in the ex- treme, being sctupulous'y clean. She ,seeuiiug io have siuvivcd all love, aJ friendship, all society, and to have nothing left her but the hope of heaven. I am sure that the faltering voice cf that poor woman in prayer arose to Heaven, far before the songs of the rich, and the swell of the organ, or the chanting of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MBBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890. CONDUCTED BY MRS. J£NNIE DIXON WOMAN'S COLUMN. of Idoaw, Bevotcd to a Dmcuimío* of «inI lnterclmn^o of Idea , 11 to the Needs, Dttties hh<1 "Rightw" of the Farnior'i Wife. Bear Sisters:— Seting a copy of Tub Merci ky and reading "The Home Circle," cold wave of loneliness passed ovt Me and 1 seemed for a moment to be drowning. Reaching out my hand olí fail h 1 ielt solid rock, for heaven is my home and no changes can come to it. The dust of ages can never settle on the furniture there. No mice can gnaw the ornament's in heaven's parlor, and in the beautiful bed rooms ■e burglar ever enters. All is beauty and joy forever. 1 have another home that is of enduring material, and that if a movable one—in the hearts of the people. Said a dear friend: "Why do you •ot try to lay up money for a lainy day?' I am laying up what is far better. 1 am trying to pack life's fleeting moments full of good deeds for the Christ's dear sak...

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

THE SOUTHERN lUBUOWf: DALLAS, MAS, THÜB8DAT, OCTOBER 9, M90. MIS LIFE OF CHBIST. Ck TALMAGC3 GREATEST LITER- ARY WORK. ftitir Coates Oat* * at tfc* Proof Sheet of "From Manger to Throne"—A Moat Interesting Literary Work I Hera Described. [Copyright by American Pre Association.] Few persona possess Dr. T. De Witt Tftlaiage'8 most distinguishing charac- teristic—something to say, an J the aflllity to clot lie the thought in lan- guage fresh and striking. The great Brooklyn divine has given us another example of his tireless energy, his great ■tudy and his matchless word paintings in his life of Christ—"From Manger to Throne"—to be issued in a few days from the press of the Historical Pub- A UAH INHABITANTS. lishing Company, of Philadelphia. Through the courtesy of Sir. II. S. Smith, president of the company, I am enabled to tell something about the work in advance, for 1 have seen the proof sheets. The book differs from all other lives of the Christ in this, that it is a simple narrat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 2 October 1890

. i, m; «vtptf^c^r P«« «, THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890. DPPICWL. Proclamation by President Jones. To the pr< Bldenti of the various County Alll- aaces, Kieotlng .zj , *. —• - —¡ "* Whereas,,, The, Farmers State Alli- 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 •11 amendments to our constitution ■hall be referid to County Farmers Alliances for their ratification. There- lore, I, by authority in me vested as presideit of theParmers State Alliance issue this my proclamation, and re- commendations to the presidents ol the County Al'iances represented in ■aid 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...

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