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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

wm &V «l V \l •,W' ,; V„l.' fc * *S- -í S *4*a<S $&'8Z "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND OO-OPERATE. Offlolal Journal of tlio Ifa-rrxioi's Stat© AUianoa of Texas. LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 9 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1891. WHOLE NO. 461 h / I fe \ V '■ \ n i'V • it.1' , 1 I'rcfils of tho sugar trust since March, 1888, aro $12,000,000. "Beauty goon grown familiar to the lover, fades iu his eyes, nuil ynles upon the sense." But a bottle of Sulvution Oil will look well as long as people sulTer from lieiiilache, rheuma- tism and neuralgia. The drought in Central anil Southern California has been broken by a heavy rainfall. Torpidity of tho liver, and disorders of tho stomach and bowels, cause heudache and the failure of all desire for food. Ayer's Cathartic Pills stimulate tho action of tho stomaeh, liver, a id l>c vrela, cure headache, and rebt)ro tho ap- petite. Charles Hitter, teller of the First Na- tional bank of Evansvillo, Intl., is re- ported shor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

|Sw5!«V W! THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2tt, 1891. OFFICIAL. DIREOTOHY national farlfebb alliance and imdvitbial union. L. t. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vice l'resldent, Kansas. J. h. Turner, Scorotary.-Troaaurer, Georgia. J. F. Wlllcta, Lecturer, Kanaaj. C. W. Macune, Chairman, A. Wardall, J. P. Tillman, It. G, Patty, Chairman, C. W. Macuno, A. Wardall, The President, Secretary, and Chairman of Pxocutlve IIohrd aro located at ¡¿3u North Capi- tol street, Washington, 1). C. statu officers. Kxocutlvo Board. Judiciary Pep't. | Leiislatlvo Com. President,Evan Jones, Dublin, ^n* Vife-Presldcnt, T. J. Anderson, Ta Tozas. . Taris, Texas. Secretary, 8. O. Daws, Bprlngtown, Toxin. Lecturer, J. M. I'erduo, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco,Tex.,"J R. A. High, Corslcana, Texas, >• Executlyo 8. C. Granbery, Austin, Texas. ) Com. G. L. Clabk, Ch'n, Stephensvllle,) C. J. Jackson, Corn Hill. > Judiciary P. J. Waldrup, Staple's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1891. m WHO SHALL CONTROL? j Walde was accused of being the owner Iu-. Tboiinn T>!xoti. Jr., of n. v.) j of a saloon. A storm oí indignanti shall i lib. wokst lli-MENTS rule our' protestirg exclamations went up from en . ¡the press anil people. Mr. Walde The city is tlit* ki y to the civilization hastily acd emphatically denied the of the twentieth century. All that is best and all that is meanest in human- ity is coming to town. There is power in association. Power for good. Power for evil. Municipal government is the governmeot of the future. It is des- tined to be of far more importance than Dat.onal government. National gov eminent will become more and more an aggregation of this municipal unit St. John describes heaven as a holy city, the new Jerusalem. Jerusalem was the personification of the Hebrew nation. The r.ew heaven and the new earth will be composed of these two governmental units—a redeemed city, a redeeme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

í?Tf OTTOf?, < J>: fi fe THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1891. % The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL ORGAN Texas Farmers State And Industrial Union. . I Pi: ffl' k I b ffléí i-V B ONI DOLLAR * VBAd. IN «BVAIOB. PublUhad Every Thurmlay by the Kurmur Stat® Alliance Publishing Company. MILTON PARK, General Man g r. Entered at the poitonice, Dallas, Texan, ai Mconil-elAii mall matter. N. R. P. A. BBgBagaagBJ—i- ... i NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. On February ist all names in ar- rears for subscription wili be stricken off the books. Those who desire to have The Mercury continue coming to their addresses will please remit amounts due at once. Don't forget the splendid premium list of the Merc ury. If you secure the special premiums you mutt work for them. ___________ Tub silver bill is dead so far as the present congress is concerned, but it "does not leap the gulf alone." Some plutocrats, notably Grover Cleveland, die with it. An arrangement has been made with the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

Htr/j B&; t I vfflW I í I I I I i 1 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1891. An Important Question. round us and "destruction seems inc- [s. k. Mcüowau, Jr.i : vitable, it is the cool head that sees One important question before the the best meaas of etcape, and the iron members of all industrial organizations' devotion to principle which leads to for the next twelve months, will be i the adoption of those means. The "will we have a third party to carry I people are de termined on relief, and if out our demands or remain where we! the Democratic party does not do all are in the two old parties and force ¡ in its power to afford it, then the"Peo- our demands through them " IÍ the pie's Party" wilt be appealed to in the latter could be acconpli .hed no th rd early future. The postponement of ac- party would be necessary, but in my tion means only a stay of proceedings humble judgemnt we cannot accom- plish the desired end by remaining in the two old partie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

•s THE SOXXTHBBN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2b, 1891. a' Government Loans on Land. INutlounl Economist.] One of the demands adopted at Ocala provide for government loans direct to the people on real estate at 2 per cent interest per annum, with proper limitations upon the quantity of land and amount of money. There are now two bills before congress re lating to such loans, one introduced by Representative Featherston, the other by Senator Stanford. While the bill of Mr. Featherslon is not perfect, it is not «pen to the many serious ob jections that are found in the measure proposed by Mr. Stanford. These ob- jections are of such a character as to preclude the idea of ever being adopted or advocated by the Alliance. It neither meets the expressed nor im plied demands of the Alliance, but runs co miter to both. Among the mi nor objections are the high salaries, cumbersome and expensive methods, and the length of time given the loans. It provides for a foreclosure foe o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

y, ■■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXA3, THURSDAY, FFBRUARY 28, 1891. ■'- ....... ... .. i I r f Anoih. r Jcb PeudiiiR. (JjUhOl' lie\U.\V.j hc'.i Uifc i on mi ittí ói bhipp'O becomes impressed with the fart iha: coiih>1 Ca >.d hví bills pafsrd Of t e 'liee coiaagt" Ml is simp y a de- mv noa . i < w.rtci j ro\-dii!(4 fo ; v c« ot qynern of unmarketable silver •enju'hen'.i'g ibtt. term tor which mail to compel the government and the contract hi-y be tutt-trd ioto by the ¡ peopk- erf the United States to pay that postwar «ei-general a d It r a govern- uuild of s'lver optraios and c uigres- nitut ti nna^e uibsidy to be pud to' American uuü; sh\;)8 tmplo>td in ihe foreign carrjii ^ trade ot the citizen age of :hs bill—is passing away t says. The hab t seme men have iftak- 'ust inprofortion asthepub'.c m mi ing tco much rrntindi us or tne story of the bul'-d avd th° parrot. Once ar. educated ¡ a rot and bul-dog w?re "S> ... of this country. The opinion m Warhirgtcn seems ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 February 1891

THE aOUTHEKN lOSBGU&Y: DAL-L-aii, TEXAS, THUBSJ>AY, FEB EU AS Y 540, 1891. 91 THE MAN WHO BEAT INGALLS. Who Peffer Is, and His Views on the Farmers' Movement. In the laujfuagu of a diapatoh printed in The Now York Tribsne under a Tq- ppka date, line of Jau. 23: "Por tho flrat time in the hiatury at the state a United Hiatus senator has been ohoueit wiw owes no allegiance to the Republican party, and who was elected without its aid." The roto was 101 for W. A. Pef- fer, OS for John J. Ingallu and 5 scat- tering. The new senator comes of "Pennsyl- vania Dutch" stock, having been born iu Cumborhvud county, Pa., Wept. 10, 1831. Me att uded the conymon schools a t a hoy, and at tho asjeW? 18 becaruo a teacher. After four yearn of teaching ho went to California to huut for «old. He was more ffli'x.oasful than the major- ity of the Argotiauts, and in 1852 ro- turnaU to I'Minsyivania for a wife, and settled on a farm near Crawfordsville, Ind. Here'ho lost the money he had inado in Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

< 1: S'-'V St "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." Official Journal of tin.® Farmers State -A-llicLiic:© or Texas, •LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 10 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1891. WHOLE NO. 46 2 The Worst Cough Can be Cured In Two Weeks. Get two bottles of Pe-ru-na; then get four ounces of roek.cnr.dy, and put half of it in each bottle of Pe-ru-na. Take j in tab! espoonful doses every throe hours. This does not reliove—it cures. For the first three or four days there is no groat improvement in the cough, but from then frhero is a gradual improvement, until, at the end of two weeks, it ia completely cured. it never fails. Whether the cough is due to incipient consumption or chronic bronchitis, or whether it is caused irom a heavy cold, Pe-ru-na is a specific. Mrs Mary Fritz, Box 125 Pearse City, Mo., writes: "I had consumption. I was confined to the bed, and the doctor said he could do nothing for 1110. I was entirely curort by seven bottles of Pe-ru-na." A pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

a THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. m > IT OFFICIAL. DIREOTORY. NATIONAL VABMKM alliance AND IXDOSTSIAl DM toy. L. L. Tolk, Froildent, North Carolina. %. H. Clover, Vire President, K*n *« J. H. Turner. Secretary,-Treasurer, Georgia. J. T. WUlets. Lecturer. Kansas. C. W. Mao use. CLalrwaa. A \V«rvi«il TlUlOAO. >L 0. Pattv. V ! *<• MnOracI ATI. cvia, C. W. MacuJW, A Wanlail, Tho PioaIcJub b Airman, k*a. Executive Honrd. -Judiciary Pep'I £X'K'IIUt« Hull till nUcot, Wa«A ( Legislativa Com. S 8eor l ry, and Cha.)vuiaa of ,1.1 AW looatada* -'•« Sort! lapi- Inglon, 1>, C. ALLIANCE NEWS. The Gbolaon AUiauce unequivocally endorses the demanda Of the supreme council, and announces L. L. Polk as the cboico for president of tho United States. Judging from the lavish expenditure of time and money in banquetings, mardi gras junketings, etc., the present legislature has very little regard for economy. .Uro. J. Y. Criswell of Flatonia says: "My position is, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1891. 3 11 I ( I CONFEDERATE HOME. L bill to be entitled an act to authorize the transfer of the Confederate Home at Aubtien from private to state man- agement, and to establish said Home as a state institution and provide for its support. Whereas, the home for the «upport of maimed, disabled and indifent ex- Con'eierate soldiers and sailors, es- tablished at Austin by the contribu- tions of the humane and benevolent of all sections of the Union, which has been managed for some years with marked economy by the John Ii. Hood Camp of Confederate Veterans, a pri- vate corpoiation duly incorporated under the laws of the state ot Texas, cannot, without rapid exhaustion of its resources, provide for the increasing number of veterans, who by reason oi age and infirmity are unable to obtain, by their own exertions, the necessary means of subsistence; and, Whereas, it is not deemed to be within the constitutional power of the legislatur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH fi, 1801. m The Southern Mercury official organ Texas Farmers State And Industrial Union. OHM BOLLAR A VBAR. IN AOVANOS. i , il*í w i ix'jw. price And so our inflexible volume oi tuoney is used to rob the producer and tho consumer both. Now, the sub treas PuMtefeed Evofjt Thur d y by the Farmer j UT p'*n would break this powfr and provide stability of prices, and forever eliminate the power of the speculator to rob labor—Industrial Free Press. Bute Alttube Publlshinc Company. MIL TM PARK, General Man'g'r. Kfttorei at the yoitoffice, Dallas, Texas, a* ■econS-olau mall matter, N. R. P. A. Texas thould not be made a dump- ing ground for Rockefellers refuse oil. Will the people stand it? Watch your enemies both in and out of the order and remember that one foe within is more dangerous than ten without. Remember Max O'Rells' great sketch of American li e will soon appear in The Mercury. Every one should read "Johnathan and His Continen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

i THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. ▲ FINANCIAL HISTORY. Course and Effeot of Legislation Binoe 1861. [By N. A. Dunning.] INTRODUCTION. At the beginning of the year 1861, the financial condition of the United States was veiy unsatisfactory. The effects of the panic of 1857 were yet visible, and the lack of business confi- dence whidi always follows such dis- asters was felt throughout the entire country. To make the situation less reassuring, the baneful effects of a most bitter political campaign had to be met -supplemented by national dissolution. To such an extent did these conditions obtain among the people that a gov- ernment loan for only $10,000.000, placed upon the market December 16, 1860, due in one year, received the following bids: $70,200 at 6 per cent $5,000 at 7, $24,500 at 8, $33,000 at 8^, $10,000 at 8^, $65,000 at 9, $10,000 at <)}£, $160,000 at8j^, $65,000 at 9, $10.000 at ()*{, $160, 000 at. 977 000 at 93/p $1,027,500 at 10 $266,000...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. Vt Malcolm's Mixtures. > necessary to their support when grows. [Vernon Malcolm in American Nonconformist] The sick and disabled should never be The world is growing better. A expected to work, but should be well rather broad statement, isn't it, when , care(j f0r, not as a charity, but as a poverty, vice and crime, are certainly I rlght. Women during the period of And rapidly on the increse? Yet I 1 maternity should be tenderly cared maintain the truth of my assertion.1 for, and to a large degree exempt from Why? Because men and women are labor. And the aged should be al- learnirg to think in that grand new lowed a prolonged vacation Way that defies the limits of cflstoms and creeds, and asks only one ques tion of an idea—is it the ttuth? Ar- chimedes said: "Give me a fulcrum on which to rest my lever and I will move the world." Modern thinkers have found a fulcrum, and the intel- lectual world is being jostled clear ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 1TARCH 5, 1891. I J INHALATION, Medicated aid Oxygenized. Sr. James A. Hunter's System of Treatment for Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca- tarrh and Deafness. Its Unparalleled 8uoeesBt Attested By Thousands of Our Most Prominent Citizens. Over One Hundred Testimonials From Citizens of Texas. To the People of Texas: Knowing that my system of treat- ment in vastly superior to all others and that the remedial agencies I use are a great discovery and advance in the sci- ence of medicine and the treatment of these maladies, 1 feel that 1 am justified in placing a knowledge of them before the public iu this manner. During the last eight years I have been visited by hundreds of the sick of Texas at my winter office in New Or- leans, and I how havo beforo me from them about one uukduki) tijstision'iai.s like the following. 1 liavo often been pressed by my Texas patients to visit this state, nud I am now here in com- pliance with a promise fre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 March 1891

8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARC d[ 5, 1891. if. THE SHOWMAN AT HOME. Selections from the Writing of Ar- temua Ward. (The Mebcukv h * made arrangement to pub llsii a series of articles by tliii favorite hu- morist oLiliu American people, Copyrighted and published by «pedal arrangement with G. W. Dillingham, New York, publisher.] III. CKMEBKATIOX AT B AI.DINHVII.I.E IN HONOIl OK TUB ATLANTIC CABLE. Bai.dinbvii.m-:, Injianny, Rep. the onct, 18&58,—I wan Humtnund homo from Cinsinnaty quito Huddinby alotturi'roin the Supervizere of Baldiimvllle, uayiu an How grate things was on tho Tappiu in that air town in reUcmnao to «ellebrutli) the cotnpleohun of the Snb-Morshino Tellegraph & axin mo to ho I^roesunt Lockin up my Kangaroo and wax wnrks in a sekuro stilo 1 took my doparter for Baldinsville—"my own, my nativo lan," Which I gut intwo at early kandle litin on the follenin night & just a tho neller- braahun and illtnucruashun warn cum- tnemin. Baldinsvill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

, , i r: \ Farmers LIBBHTY. JUSTIOK AND KQUALITY." "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE ANP OO-OPERATB VOL. X, NO. 11 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12,1891. V i I Cancera. j The Work Done by Congress. Thousands of Cancers are permanent- Washington, March 4.—The working ly removed by entirely new and original or business feature was, perhaps, the methods without pain, loss of blood, or most distinguishing characteristic of the use of plaster or knife. For book the 51st congress. Three measures, any on Cancer (sent free) address Surgical of which in intrinsic importance and Hotel, Columbus, Ohio. Dn. S. B. Hartman, Pres't. A Novel Announcement. The publishers of The Youth's Com- panion have sent us a handsome souve- nir, with the announcements of authors and articles for the next year's volume. It has seven illuminated pages, one for which, in turn, was followed by each day in the week, very quaint in ■tyle, the whole forming a "Book of Bays," and each page illustrating a line of. the old rhyme: "Mond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

the southern merouby: dallas texas, thursday, march 1 , 1881. w M « V OF'RIOIAL-. direotory . HTIOml FARMKEi AbLUNCB AKD IHDUSTRIAl dkioh. t. L. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vice President, Kansas. t. H. Turner. Secretary.-Treasurer, Georgia. 1.1. Wlllet , Lecturer, Kan * . C. W. Mactine, Chairman, jt. Wardall, I'111 in « Executive Board. Judiciary Dep't Legislative Com. . 9. rilTmán. ft. C. Patty, Chairman, laaaa MoCraeltun, A. E. Cols. Í, t>. Polk. 1 . E. Cole. V . I. Hall. J The Secretary, and Chairman of Kxocutive Bonrd aro loen ted at 28 North Capitol street, Washington. D. C. _ , . the President's office Is 344 D. street, Wanh- Mk>a. U- <'• Stat orricr.r.s. fiesM nt,Kvan Jone*. Dublin, Texas. V tit-President, T. J. Anderson, Paris, Toxas. ■acretary. B. 0. Daws, Bpriugtown, Texas, lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texaa. ¥. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco, Tex.,-) ft. A. High, Cbrsleana, Texas, > Executive C C. Oran be ry, Austin, Texas. ) Com. J ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1391. ' \ REFOBM PRESS. Mexia Ledger. A commission bill empowertng the governor to appoint and remove the commissioners will simply place the railroads of Texas in the hands of one man Too much power for so fast an age. Place sueh power where it prop- erly belongs—with the people. * * * Texas Stockman and Farmer: The Dallas News fears that the country is entering a "vortex of paternalism." It could hardly be much worse than the maelstrom of millionaire making mad- ness in which it has been floundering ever since it fell into the hands of the Hugh McCulloch and John Sherman style of statesman. V Nonpareil Democrat: tvhen Com- modore Vandeibilt died he left a for- tune of ninety- five millions of dollars In eight years, in the hands of hi' heirs, it increased to two hundred and seventeen md ioos. It may also be worth noting that in these same eigh years there was created an army ot tramps over a million strong. ♦ # s # Southern ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

mm THE SOUTHERN MEROUBT: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1881. The Southern Mercury ,b01uld '"K ,he Am,n" *°dl -«j J ranks of its enemies outtide. OFFICIAL ORGAN Texas Farmers State And Industrial Union. ONB DOLLAR 8 Y88R, IN «DV8N08. Published Brorr Thursday by th8 Farmers State Alliance Publishing Company. MILTON PARK, General Man g r. Entered at the j.oitoffloe, Dallas, Texas, aa aecoud-claai mall matter. N. R. P. A. Have you heard of the great Waco council called for April ai? nsaoBaeaan Harry Tracy, the "Sam Jones" of Texas, was in Dallas Monday. ' Do all the members of your Alli< ance read The Mercury? If not, why not? ________ Cut out President Jones' proclama- tion and ask your county papers to publish it Read carefully the vote on an elec- tive commission and see how your representative stood. t9MBES=BS99BSES9! Is your subscription out? Then renew and send a list See the pre- mium list in (his iseue. eSBESSKBHMBBBSl Be Sure to read John Johnson's letter to Senator Rea...

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