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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

ísr I i Bk * 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" VOL, VIII. NO. 11. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, -?<?<?& WHOLE NO. 889. INVESTMENT BANKERS FCRT WORTH,TEXAS Office, Cornor JTourtli and Houston Streets, t®1"Money always on hund to loan upon farms, ranches, vendors' lien nolo! and city property at.lowest current rates. Loan u:osc<I quickly. Correspondence Invited. Ob olee securities secure low rates, and easy tcrius. Add ron?, 1MRODKN Si HAMILTON, Fori Worth, 'lex. ^yelora/i)a. This cut represents the build- ing now containing the great painting of the Battle of Mis- sionary Ridge and Lookout Mountain, pronounced by com- petent judges to be the greatkst painting of a battlf.field ever put on canvass. This painting is 50x400 feet in size, and con- tains 20,000 superficial feet. When you come to Dallas don't go away without seeing it. It is situated WW! , Hi life h; " * mm on Ch...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

TEE SO UTEERN MERCTTR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 10, 1889. THE FAMILY. Alunson T. and B. S. Dike, Taz well, Ma- rion county, Ga., writes a abort letter for tbe ttrat time- They belong to tbe Alli- ance. Think boya have a bard, bard time in tbe field, and if tbe girls do tbelr duty tbey, too. bave. Never mind, boya. Work on cheerfully, and think of the "good time coming." Be- hind every cloud there ia a ray of light for at ail, if we would only atop to find it. Dkak Editor:—! nm a little boy ot 10 years. Tbia la not tbe first time I bave written. The lait letter I wrote went to the waste-basket. I don't think this one will. I am going to school. ThkMkrcu- ry is a visitor of this place once a week. I think we will make about sixty bales ol cotton this year. Wo have a lurge farm. I must quit lor fear of tbe waste-basket. ANGUS JtUHSfilLL. Nacogdoches, Texas. If tbe other letter was written as nicely as tbia one that dreaded waste-basket got more than beloaged to It. Dbar Editok:—As my othe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT. JO. 18SJ. i\ I i THE FARM. COTTON BAGGING. Views of Repreaentative pasera of the SsutU. The convention of representatives of the various cotton exchanges of Araerloan cities, lately In session at New Orleans, unanimously passed a resolution providing that on and after the 1st day ot October next "all cotton shall bo sold at net weight, allowing twenty-four pounds of gross weight l'or tare on jute-covered bales and sixteen pounds off for tare on cotton-cov- eríd bales, the cotton covering to fce of ■taudard weight, tliree-quartors of apouud to the yard." The vote was unanimous . Kew York, Natchez, Memphis. St. Louis and Meridian voting aye, subject to the ratification of their exchanges, as they did not feel that their credentials justlUed them in binding their exchanges. The resolu- tion will no doubt bo ratified by those ex- changes, for the reason that to refuse to do ■o would divert considerable cotton from points which decline to recolvo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

p y■■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 10, 1889. Kte ' / CORRESPONDENCE. Midland County. 4,Editoh Mkhcuiiy:—Haviug been a reader for tome time of the South* Weit, to my mind the grandeet journal that eve/ flung her banner to the breeze, or nufl'ered uUohiIm at the haudi of un un^ratelul people, and having acquired w interest through that great calamity In the staunch and able Mfhoüry, 1 tip my bearer and •ulule you; and though 1 am not one of your brethren by any of your inyitie nign« or ritual rights, but as a co-laborer for re- form and equal lights to all alike and for gcucral good of all men, I propose to stand shoulder to shoulder with you to that end. That groat reforms are needed is apparent to every observer. As nation wo are drifting from pure democracy of equal rights to a nation ot favored aristocrats, with legalized privileges Mf the lew to the utter impoverishing and pauperizing of the many. For Illustration: In 1800, we had in our entiro country but one man wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

■t: TEE SO UTHEJRJV MEIWUM Y! DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 10. 1889. d I* A NEWS OF THE WEEK. Someatlo. WINONA, M1m., Oct. «—A. lira broke out About 2:40 tbia morniog in R. E. Lott's iwo-story reslauraut. This wa a promi- nent building on First street It was only a few minutes after tbo alarm was sounded belore the llamos bad completely envoi* oped tbe restaurant, the upper story of which was used lor sleeping apartment . Nine men were asleep in the upper story. Five of the nine escaped, but four wero burned to death. Ruffln Cook, tbe head clerk, and Cecil Empson, another clerk, escaped bj climb- ing down tbe awning in front. Jeff Kent ol Call county, A. J. Hunt and W. L. Al- lord of Webster county, jumped from the ■econd-story window to the brick pavement below ar.d all were badly injured, Mr. Cook's ankle being so badly broken that amputation Is thought to be necessary. Those who perished in the llames were: J. A. Thomas, a merchant ot Cumber- land, Webster county. J. L. La wiry and Leon C...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

mtmm e THE SOUTHERNMEROURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 10, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) ——Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with u«. Advertising rotos furnlshod on applloatlon. always mention Tns Mkhocht when writ in* to advertisers. Keep business matter* aoperoto from cor- respondence intended tor publication. Examine the fltrures on the label ou your P«- Per and aoe that your ame is oorreot. All letters Intendod for Thb Mercury whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Tita Sodtukrn Mbrcuuy, Dallas Texas. w l take about linen weeks after sub- •OHptlons are aent befcro the subscribers names will Appear on tho regular mating ■alleys. , When sendlatf notloes of ohaniroof ad<lre«s •s, unless the old at well ns tho i.«w address •s given, we oannot pay any attention to suob requests Make money orders, drafts and all remit- tances payable to tho order of Tim BonTiiBitN Mibour?, and add...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

THE SO VTHERM MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 10. 1889, Bf K\ ; < P/ ' Texas Co-Operative Association, PATRONS 0F HUSBANDRY, CHARTERED JUt-Y s, 187 . AUTHORIZED GAJ?I1AI¿ S7QCK, $10®,©0®. R. E. President. J. W. Waltman, Treasurer. A. J. Rose, Secretary. J. S. Rogers, Superintendent. J. B. Loxc, Adjuster. I It. F. STEELE V-K, "¡8 vj-vÍÁ.' $$<p5 ^cu^-vtcu L; 3* O-tcut ^cup^vttíut, J-iwes 30, 'so, $cjif9l5/.3l. ■(ssursJ r=)r=rJrs=Jr^l\ ft has returned during this time, in addition to above, on custom and capital $143,780, by the whole- sale house alone. It has about 200 subordinate associations in the state, whose returns to custom and capital during same time have been over i®" mr ONE MILLION DOLLARS. "«a Through its co-operative business during its existence many million bales of cotton have been sold, and in no case has it cost the producer over ts- jar fifteen cents a bale as commission. - l -«« # The rates are 25c a bale, of which 10c to 15c are returned at the end of the year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

Natural Premium System, the Cheapest Regular Life insurance in the World. Life Insurance Like Pire Insurance. Definite Rates Business Mens Insurance THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 10. 1889. REFLECT, REMEMBER! Ttye Imperial Ijft Ipsuraixe <?offlpai?y, -the largest W. D. Ilarrah, Acty. DETROIT, MIGMIQAN. The great test of strength is Ratio of Assets to Liabilities. The Imperial has $473 Assets for each $100 of Liabilities Ratio of any Company doing business in Texas. "We hold the safe." Life insurance coats too much, because every in an Insuring tils life In any of tho flrnt-elasH Insurance Corapunlen on the olil plan Is forced to "pay or depuMt" w'ith tho company more for investment than insurance, Tlie Imperial doc* not require that: It only askn that a «uflli'ieiit sum be paid for insurance and expense*, aud exact* nolhlnB for speculation or investment. At, age 40, for 81<J,00U, tho Imperial charges SI'JO per annum; other companies with the investment feature charg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

TEJE SO XJTEERN MERCJJR Yi DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 10, 18S9. ro fe' MORTGAGE INDEBTEDNESS 07 THE STATE OF 0HX0. How ths Money Kings Shear the Sheep la this Beautiful State—Why Bid Gold Bise Burins the WarP—There Are Matters of Fearful Im- portance to the Peoplo—Bead Aad Ponder. Whole amount of debt exclusive of rail- road bonds and stooks, Ss830,999,805.78. Amount of debt per capita for every man, woman and ohlld In tbe state, counting tbe Increase of population for tbe lait decade the aame aa that of tho one before, fSO.BO. The report does not give the amount ot in- terest paid on the above. The following figures are from Poore's Manual of railroads: Amount of railroad •took and bonds which the people ot the ■tate of Ohio paid interest and dividends for the year 1880, 9712,450,787; amount per capita for every man, woman and ehild in tbe itata, 9100 50; amount of interest and dividends for tbe same year, $17,185.204, amount per oapita, $4.50; amount of mort- gage Indebtedness and of rai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

. JiO THE ▲KXB10AN EXHIBIT IV PARIS JKr. Cjnus B. MoOormiok of Otalowo Talks With a Correspondent—Hesayn the Commissioner* ara all Bight— McCormlok Harvesting * ■ obine Company'* Exhibit and the Field Trial* at Molslsl. Chicago (111.) Tribune. Sept. 14. Puis, Aug. 81, I860.—I thluk the expo- sition a grand auooeii; it U a monument to tho French people," laid Mr. Cyrus Mc- Cormick yesterday to a reporter «lio called apon blm at the Hotel Meurlce. "You have couie to Pari* especially for the exposition, 1 fancy." "Yes, I came to look after our exhibit in Pans. I shall leave here Friday for Lon- don, however, and expect to sail the latter part of next week lor America. It was my intention to remain until October, but af- fairs In Chicago hasten my return." •'Aud you think the American section compares favorably with the other depart- ments?" •'It Is very good as far ss it goes, al< though It is not large enough." "Do you find that the commissioners, of whom complaint has been made ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

THE 80 UTHERN MERCTJR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT10, 1889. 11 ■ m \ VBWS AND VIEWS HBRB AND THB&E. Gen. Diaz will visit the Tolteo ruini ol • former city. Ex-Quhen Natalie baa left Bucharest for Belgrade. A large part of Naplea baa been sub* merged by a aevere atora. Preaident Diaz la atrongly oppoaed to Syrian and Turklih beggars coming Into Mexico. A disastrous railroad ucoident la reported ■t Palestine bridge, near Rochesto, N. Y. Several mail baga were atolen at tbe de- pot at Salem, Ohio, as they were thrown off tbe Fort Wayne express. Mrs. McDonald who shot her drunken husband dead in Chicago* is released from custody. The American Humane society has held Its 18th annual convention at Louisville, Ky. Gustavo Baz, of the Mexican legation In Paris, la appointed minister to the Argen- tine Repulió. King Humbert has sent a bronze crown to be placed on Garibaldi's tomb. Eliza Cook, the poetess, haadled at Wlm- bledon, Eng, She was born in 1817. Five persons were drowned by the cap. ■...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 10 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT 10, 1889. SHERMAN, TEXAS, ah ak EDUCATIONAL CKN'TKIt, bu few equal* and no superiors In the state. Her live colleges ere all of a high order. Her publto schools. under the direction and able management of Prof. N. Soiner- vilie, are a credit, and speak well for the ¡ Intelligence and enterprise of the citizen*. These soiioolt opened with 950 pupils. The scholastic population inside the corporate limita (between the agei of 7 and 10 years) ie something over 2,¡J00. Of tbls number, however, mauy attend the colleges and ex- cellent private schools for which BUermuu 1 justly celebrated. At preseut 800 white and h 0 colored chil- dren attend the public hcuooIb. The tbrue commodious echool-boune* will accommo- date I rom 1,000 to 1,800 pupil*. There oro ten gradea in the Sherman public schools. Sere pupils arc prepared tor admission into the state university. THE NOltTH TKXAá kk.MAÍ.K OOt.í eok—-a WONDKHKL'J. küuoatk>nai. TttlUMl'K., Mrs. L. A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

say i * K ,X\ X sa.J $ 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [('OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARM. ~S S&TB ALLIANCE OTTEXAS.\ "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY' VOL. VIH. NO. ¿2. DALLAS, TEXAS, TEURl^A I, OCTOBER 17,1889. WHOLE NO. 300. Qfl'lco, Corncu* Fourth KfMoney always on hand lo loan upon l'arms at lowest current ratos. Loans olosetl ijulckly secure low rates, and easy terms. Address, INVESTMENT BANKERS fcrt worth, TEXA8. unci Houston Streets, i ranchos, vendors' lion notei and city property Correspondence Invited. Choice securities 1MBÜDEN & HAMILTON, Fort Worth, lex. OFFICIAL. Official Ruling. I have received several Inquiries regard- Ing the action of the laSi State Alliance con- cerning fees and dues. The dues were not raised but remain the same us heretofore, 20 cents per quarter. The initiation fee was raised to $1 for male members; this was done as the 00 cents initiation lee was totally inadequate to meet the espouses of the State Alliance. Fraternally, J, D. 1<'iki,i...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

Y ■"t&V"## TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 17. 1889. THE FAMILY. LADIES. To the Ladles of the Family Department: Some week* ago Till Mkrouky "turned ovor a new leal" and turned over to mo a bijcli, cake of pigeon hole* toweriDg abovo a 1'ir^o desk all crammed with man- uscript., couslsting oí essays and resolu- tions road and passed by diflVront lodges— excuse mu, 1 men a Alliance -- letters ir >m the little lolks, and lettars full of interest l'roin the ladies; aud now, 1st us, one and all, turn over a now leaf. Lust week we made our bow to the little uncB only; this week we greet the ladles sud hope in turn to he cordially greeted bv tbem; lor our keeping the space allotted us is contingent upon the success we make ol tbo family department. There- lore, dea1.' ladles, 1 ask your hearty co-op- iratlon. Write for our department then, on any and all matters of Interest. Ilome adornments, and homo economy, domestic and literary affairs both. Let us exchange thoughts, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT. JT, 1889. a* correspondence. Atasoosa County. Editor Mercury:— As none of tlio member*of Huckliorn Alliance have ever written to Tub Mercury since they were organized, tlioreforo 1 bog of yon to allow me a short space lor a few remarks. Wo did very well at our call meeting in regard to tbe relief of the Exchange. Ten otus raised *:10, and there were about ten more absent, and If had been present I am satisfied we would have doue better. Heretofore wo have been bothered in holding our meetings, having had no per- manent place of meeting, but we are now building a small house and will soon have it ready. Most of us are very poor people and lar behind in Alliance pattern. We have the promise of Bro. Webb at an early date, and hope how soon he may come and give us some light in Alliance matters. Success to Thu Mercury and the broth- erhood at large. Vours, J. B. II 1MB. You oan set a 013.25 booh free by send In? us a elub of ten yearly subscribe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

# THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 17, 1883. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) ..•i Published by the- STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BEAD THIS OA&EFXTLZ.T. Patronise those who advertlie with ui. Advertíalo* rate* furnished on application. Always mention lu Mbbocby when writ >tg to advertlieri. Koepbunnou mattori eenerato from cor- respondence intendod for publication. Examine the fifrurei on the labol on your pa- per and lee that your time Is oorrecl. All lottors intendod for Til* Mr.nOURT whether business or otherwise, should bo ad- dressed toTun Southern Mshcuut, Dallas. Texas. It will take about three week after sub- ecrlptlons uro sent bofrro tbo subscribers nanita will appear on tlio regular maimer rallcva. Wlion sending noiloes of chango of addrois. es, unless tlio old n- well ns the r.ew uddross Is (riven, wo onnnoi pay any attention to sucn requests. Make money orders, draft* and all remit- tances payable to the order of Tub South bun M>B...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

W::' TEE SO TJTHERM MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 17, 1889. K i CORRESPONDENCE. Van Zandt County. To tbe member* of the Farmers Alliance in Tao Zandt county ; Dbae Brkxhrkn Having been elected builneia agent and cotton weigher of Tan Zandt county, I am now at Willi Point prepared to transact the builneu of my pffice. Now brethren as you have confer- red this honor on me, 1 would ask each and ivery one of your to assist me in this noble work, for without your aid all will be a failure, but by your united aid we can make It a success. The cotton yard 1b on the south side of the railroad. I am pre- pared to do business through the Ex- ehange. I remain yours truly, r. g. High, County Business Ag't and Cotton Weigher, Wills Point. Van Zandt County. Van Zandt County Farmers Alliance No. 188, will meet in regular session on Thurs- day, Oct. 17tb, 188Í). at Myrtle Springs, 8 miles from Wills i'oint on the Canton road, bub- Vlliancett will please take notice and send their best material, as ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

6 'ME SOUTHERJVMERCURY: DALLASTEXAS, OCTJ7, 1889. i Alliance Resolutions. Furnia County. At ti regular meeting of Fannin County Farmer* Alliance the following resolution wan offered by 13ro. J. E. Dupree and adopted: Whereas, The Bible la the book of truth and our waybill through life, tberfore bo it Honored, That our itate organ, Thk Southern Mercury, be requested publish Dr. Talraage'a sermona in place of long continued love stories. T. F. Gray, Sec. McLennan County. At the regular meeting of McLennan County Alliance held in Waco October S{ Capt. L<em Jones of ItosB, was appointed cotton agent for tho present reason. Uro. Jones is un old citizen, having represented this county in the legislature, served one year as president of tho County Alliance and was also our representative to the State Aliianco last year. He accepted tlio position with roluctance snd wo believe bad it not been for his love Tor the order and his desire to protect the farmers from tlie human sharks that inf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

i ¡I X V||¿ \* THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 17, 1889. OBUTOHB OOBWWÍOITOMÍOH. Frióle and Vrcweoke dor farmers Alliance. Die Farmer* Alliance, iat eine brueder- llobe Yerelnlgung um ebon die Veredlung der LandwirtDBohaftllohen Bevoelkerung and der Memobbelt, in gelitiger, moralls. eber, getalllger und flnanreller Lage hin berbelzu fuellaron. Die indlviduello Hue- efsloslg, kelt unserer Land wirtbschaftlictaen Bevoelkeruug, den monopoliaten und Com blnatlonen der geldkroesusse gegenueber, matobteben das Zusammen, wirken der Elnzelnen, der Aekerban, treibenden Class- es, zur Nothwendigkeit. Kslst die 1*tllcbt der Mitglieder, alcb gegenseitig, zu belien und zu untentuotzen. Die Kranken zu besucben, die In Noth geratbenen zu unterstuetzen die Todten zu beerdlgen und den Wltwen und Waiaen zu belten und uoberliaupt die Lage der Mitglieder und deren Famlllen, in moralis- cber geiatlger und llnaazieller liiclituug bin zu nerheBBern. Dieser Ordenaei'kennt die Oberherrshuft Gottcs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 17 October 1889

8 TEE SO UTEE UN MERCUIt Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT■ 17, 1889. Natural Premium System, the Cheapest Regular /-i/e Insurance in the World. Life Insurance Like lire Insurance. Definite Rates. Business Mens Jnsur'nce ■ READ, REFLECT, REMEMBER! yi?e Imperial Ijft l^surai^e ^o/r\pai?y, The great test of strength is Ratio of Assets to Ratio of any ( I,lie Insurance costs too much, because every man insuring his life in itny or the ürnt-''la's I not require that.; it only asks that n mifllrlciit mim hp paid for insurance and ox pauses, ami oxiw feature charge (SlW.fA Now, on our plan, tho Insured would ssvo annually tltu.M). TIiIh tl agement of which has been tlio cause of failure In every Instance. «ur Agents wanted In nil tar « " * " "insnre Yoar Llfo as you do Your Property/] C. A. New comb, President. Au sun Waringy Secretary. JT. D. llarrah, Acty. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Liabilities. The Imperial has $Assets for each $ too of Liabilities—the largest 'ampany doing business in Texas. " We hold th...

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