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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

ikktmikii at thk post oi IIC« AT DALLAS, THAI, AS sxcoxd CLAM MAIL MATTKR.1 Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VII. NO. 50. .. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 13.1888. WHOLE XO. 3i6. •W Nashville. MerapbU, Utile ud Mnlnkia, ill JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •BOO.OOO CAPITAU All good* warranted and told lew for cash. Quick «alea and small profits is the motto that hat won for this company such remarkable rae cess. It li well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write us before two-cent stamp may save you money. /iirchnsing; a JESSE FRENCH PIANO ft OBGAN CO, Niitoille, Tim. MONEY 10 LOAN. On Improved Farm* and Banohes, In North and Centrxl Toxms, st low ratos and on time to suit, Hayo expongo byapplylng direct to C. B. WKLLESLEY, Dallas, Texas. CHEAP LANDS. For salo In Archer, Clay, Jack and Young oountles, in tracts of 330 to 6,000 scree. Easy terms. Apply to C. B. WBLLESLBY, Dallas, Texas. Or JAMES J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

THE FAMILY. Old Fashioned Boa . They ain't no atyie «bout 'om, And they're «orto' palo and faded; Yit the doorway hero, without 'em Would be ioneiomir, and «haded With a good 'eal blacker shudder Then the mornln' glorl'. a makes, And the sunshine would look sadder For their good old-fashion' sake* I like 'em 'oauss they kind o', Sorter o' uinko a feller like 'em; And I tell y«u, when I Una a Hunch out whur the aun kin strike 'em, It alius sets im tblkkln' (•' the on a 'at uaed to grow, And peak in thro' the chink n' O' tho cabin, don't you know. And then I think o' mother, And bow abe used to love 'em When they wux't any other •Ixss she found 'em up above 'ow ! And her cyea afore clie abut 'em Whispered with a smile, and said, Wo iriiist plok a bunch and put '< in In hor band whon sho wuz dead. But as 1 wuz sayln' They ain't no style iiLout 'em Very gaudy or display In', But I wouldn't bo without 'cm, Causa I'm huipler In these posies, And tlio holly haw ka and sleh. Than the hum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

tw: THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. THE FARM. The Alliance flair. Written for Thb Msnoonr. I (Motto : Feaoe on earth, BO 'd will to man. BY J. A. u. Come rally around the fluir, boy*. And make the victor* ours; In «nlte of a'l that ha been done By the moneyed powi-rs. We know the oause It represent* To be both right and just; And never shall, with my ODnsoni, This «air trail In the dust. It was unfurled lor you and me, And "may It wave on high." 'Till every «ye shall "dance to see It floating in the sky." r,"t "peace on earth, good will to man." Always jour motto be; And work to build up the Exchange, Likewise Ths Mkrottrt. Beltrn. Texas. The Nursery Business and the Postal Laws. National Stockman. Whether the nursery business can ever succeed In throwing off the plausible, oily tree agent, now that he has got a fast hold, Is a question. And yet this reform may be effected. The nurserymen's convention has accomplished one good thing—wbioh in a measure makes up for some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. *V7*' ¥ The Southern Mercury (omb DOLLAR A TSAR IN ADVANCB.) -Published by— STATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. HEAD THIS OABEFUXJ.Y. Patroaize those who advertise with us. Advertisliur rate* furnished on application. AI way* mention The Mbbcchv when writ In* to advertiser*. Keep business matter* *e no rate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. Examine the flfure* on the label on your pa- per and see that your time la oorreot. Minorar "bead* Dallas All letter* Intended for Turn Mb whether business or otherwise, should dreesed to TU Soutbbbm Mbbccbv, week* after sub- lire tho subscriber the regular mating Texas. It win take about threo sorlptlon* are sent befoi names will appear on wallers. When (ending notloe* of change of address, es, unless the old a* well a* the new address I* given, we cannot pay any attention to suob requests. Bend money for Tbb Mbbcdbt as specified •bevel all money for theExohange must be sent to J. B. Kelly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. of all who love that The President's Parting Counsel to Congress. A BLOW TO TRUSTS AND MONOPOLIES m J. The Tariff Policy Introduced In Ills Me - ■uge ol bit Year Adhered to—Our For- eign Relation* la a Satisfactory Condi- tion—The SaekTllle Incident Referred to-A Bevlew of the ABalr of the Nation. To the CuNORBae OK TBI Uhitbd Statm: As you assemble for the diaoharge of the dutiee you have assumed as the representative* of * free and generous peonía, your meeting is marked by an interestgaud Impressive incident. With the expiration of the present session of the congress the first oeutury of our constitutional existence Our survival for 100 years Is not sufficient to assure us that we no longer have dangers to fear in the maintenance a nation will be completed, years U not sufficient longer havi with aU Its promised blessings of a government founded ou the freedom of the people. The time rather admonishes us to soberly inquire whether iu ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

The Menm of Naples. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. I I By ALEXAHDKB DUMAB. CHAPTER XIX. pow a and powvr. The bead of the people bad for a whole weary day awaited Metro's return, but iu vain. Devoured by anxiety and agitated by that feverish feoliug of impatience which venders men aocustomed to take the lead in- capable of waiting, ho had roaolved to set out for the Apennines the next morning md plaoe himself in direct communication with Coroelli. After a long conference between the bend ■of the people and Dom Francesco—a confer- ence In which they were not able to come to «ny understanding—Masaniello was on t point of setting out from Naples, when our old acquaintance, Conrad, appeared before Mm. "Cheneral," said bo, accompanying his words with a military salute, "I haf goot tiews do deli you." "Who are your" asked the fisherman. "1 am galled Oonrad, and as late as yes- derday I pelonged to Oorjelll's band." "To Corcelli's band! What has become of my slater/ What lias...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. THE ORDER. \j THE NATIONAL ALIANCE. 1ct8 from dr. c. w. macunk's me8- sagb to thk national farmers' alli- ance and co-operative union of amirica. Brethren:—iu presenting to you this, my annual menage to the third regular sesslon of this body, at the expiration oí my term of office, 1 have much to aay and feel deeply impressed with the importance ,of a tall and free expression to you as to the paat and preaent condition of the order and the necessities of the future. Strange a* tlie assertion may sound. it la nevertheleaa true, that we have two claaaea of anarchlata in this country; one the avowed anarchists who oppose all law and order, and the other a blindly aelfiah claia, who would loudly diaclaim anarchy but ad- vocate conditions that ao surety sap the vítala of productive labor that the reault ia ten timea more productive of reaulta ripe for anarchy than all the agitation of the avowed anarchists. If our order means anything, it mea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 13. NEWS OF THB WKKX. visas. While attempting to arrest Bui Kiioj, it boy of seventeen, for burglary, W. M. Wlloox, the dty marshal of Bryan, was allot and killed by Knox, who was afterward* taptured.-Wm. F. Drlearaan has entered suit at B1 Vaso against the United States government for (ÜU9 on ao- oount of aiding In the arrest of Jefferson Davis. The plaintiff was supposed to be dead, •od the money was paid by the war depart- ment to the administrator of bis ostate in Mar oh, UTO.—Mr. John lioed, a prominent farmer near Dangertteld. has mysteriously dis- appeared. He loft home for town and has not been heard of since —John Cox, at Paris, has been arrestod ior attempting to assassinate his wife, lie tired two shots at her but with outelfuot.—A belt containing fifty-one dollars in counterfeit ooln was round at Weathorfor I near tho spot where Keith was arrested some timo ago for haring dies in his possession Kelih was acquitted at the October ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

onuectt IXNTKHE AT THK l'OST OmOB AT VALLA . TIZAS, AH tlcroND CLASS MAIL MATTEH.l Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Com operative Union of America. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 20.1888. ru. NO. 51. WHOLE NO. 347. NamvllM. Unit Rack, tM Mralaikw. ill JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. Br Mil? •noo.ooo oapitax* wtirrhnsirnt: All goods warranted and aold low for cash. Quick «alea and small profits it the mnrto that haa won for this company such remarkable auo ce . It la well known am. thor- oughly reliable. Write ut before 1 two-cent «tamp may aave you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO., Nashville, Tana. MONEY 10 LOAN. INSURE YOUR LIFE On Improved Farms and Hunches In North and t tfjtr ITexns, i t low rotos and on timo to euit, Snvo expenso byapplylng dircot to C. E. WELLEBLEY, Dallas, Texas. CHEAP LAND C y l'or salo In Archer, . Clay, Juek and Young counties, in ttac|s of ifc!0 to 5,000 acres. Easy terms. Apply to C. E. WELLESL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

g|;; Ék Work For Idttle Ffl The ConifregrttloiwTlM.'' Thoro's nlwnys work in plenty for todo, Hey™W waltln" cvciy dliy POP? may •——rrytonfjw: aethrtty through which we nroet five, tec I.lttie burilen you may: I ft, imppy steps that lp^ t|ip «triftfrlff us,jii><i r.~VT7™ ««"Jlirgrwcumico to-strilre a blow In their defense. Then It li that duty demand*, "Mi 'ihwhl) resolute wwd wIbi Ywir good of otbefV; dutyttay justly demand us both peace of mind and bealtb of body. On the otbor band, there are perlodrof in Ytteiyy tT!Mt',|OH'^SBr^>mrort f.ir the ' - • pleased . There' ropm tor oMldren's sorvl o in this busy wcrid of <mr*; Wo need thelm'i ,'wettiee<l tlio birds, and' seed the summer liowt-rs: And their work at task aad lollliiir the chnTCli ol Ood may olalin. And guthtr HUlo f< Uo.wcrs iu Josu ' holy name. There aru words rrr litt'e Up , sweetest words of hope ami ohWir; They will have tbo bi>' 11 or muslo for many a tlroil cur. bon't yon wish your (ff-ntle words...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

I I■ ■: < W vya Vife'« a,avV fvray _ mj n. PéíMhiWiP ^ WW .:<• Ioiu^qw ynrm aiqiiu4 tbp pr?;f rv..; : Áítt't «o funny tfs .before. Ah* I'm a" tlie Jline fo>gettln' ' (sThto or that 'dre little ¿libre. Wlion ryot out In the kltobén, Want to hun)r «round an' stay; Guoss I'm foolish, oaulu tMsovenin'j Why— my wife's a go'*'away. She's a flxiu' things up for mo With a thoughtful, lovln' caro, Telim' me that somethln'a here. An' somethln' else la over there; lookln' sebor, sneakln', lowvoloed, Though sbo hasn't muoh to say; Kctoh her eyes on me *11 dim like— ' Chica - she hatee to go away. Wish 'twas over-wish 'twas way off- Wish we didn't havo to part; that's JUBt what I keep a think in', An' afeella' In my heart. ¿"rape our epetets see much furder . Than tho parti n'of to-day, /n' jost tint what they oau'ttoli us, When a loved one's go'n' away. Calls to mind anothor journey, Uy an' by wo all must go, Wonder who's a gottln' ready For the trsln that move* so slow'/ Bringt the to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. JO. * V 6K The 8outkern Mercury (omr dollar a yrar in advanotf.) -Fnbllshed by— STATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mentloa Tnu Mkkcukv when writ In* to advertisers. Keep business ronttnrs seperate from cor- rcB|>ondenoe Intended for publication. Examino tho flmires on the label on your pa per and see that your time Is correct. All letters Intonded for Tub Mr.uotmv whether business or otherwise, should bead' dressed toTnin Soutukiin Mp.rcuhy, Dallas Texas. it will taice about throe weeks after sub- scription* ure sont bo ft rn tho subscribers names will appear on the regular mulinir rallevs. When Bonding notices of chanco of addro'S. es, unless the old as well hh tho r.ow address (striven, we cannot pay any attention to suob requests. Pond money for Tint Mkiicubv as specified above; all money for thoKxchansro must bo sent to J. B....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCUR\ .• DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 20. THE DRDBR. NATIONAL' ALLIANCE. • J. W. Eeid, A. C. Proceedings ot the National Alliance und Oo Operative Union of America, nt Meridian, Miasisslpp'. Besinniuff December 5. 1888. The N. F. A. and C. U. of A. met in reg- uliir homion in the city of Meridian, Mies., Deo. r>. 1.SN8. The following officers were present: C. W. >h cunc of Tex'a , presi- den; I.. L Polk, or North Carolina, first vice-president; state vice-president —It. T. Love, Mis l8fctpi>l: S. B. Alexander, Nortli Carol! uu ; II. 1*. Iloue, Alabama; Linn Tan- ner, Louinuim; A. Ii. .lohusou, Missouri; J. If. McDowell, Tennessee ; E. . Warren of Texan sec-eLary; E. A. Gardner, of TounesM'e. treasurer; lion Terrell ol Texas, lecturer ; J. A. Tetts of LoHlslana, assist- ant lcctnvr; II C. Ilrown of Kentucky, assistant dooi-ieeper; T._E. Groom of Mississippi, (.ergeant-at-arms. The president made tho lollowlnj pro- tein. appointments to vuciiuclos • J. W. Beck or Georgi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

' -':v r,, Mill III,MIiMIT, tU lX 'fe'/M1.! THÜ SOUTHERN MERCURY ¡ B*U.Ag, TEK^Si -PBQ.; ay ALEXANDIIB DÜMA& CUAPTLri XX poisoíi i:¡ rae ruovixa. M u* ow enter thatsaruo chamber nitoro vro bavo neon tlio Dul.-u of Arcos forget all etiquette, as well ua .liw ov/ti dignity as a grondeoof Spain, in |iis oxcitonwtit against Benor Badajo/, y Kuorry y Novada y Fualdc .. and especially u^alnst Lid daughter Isabella, •t the moment tho revolt was threatonin^ bim at tho gates of tho Vicaria and oat!*. market place. Fernandez was standing up, loan lag against the wall, while the duLo wo* hastily up and down, stamping impatiently n ):<■ bright colored carpet under his feet. Moot certainly his grace tho Duke of Areos bad lost a great deal of his dignify and his marvelous calmness. "Two' days more," said he, "two days more,during which I mast master my eager, and veil, with a continued «mile, tho rags which Is gnawing at my heart." "But, thon, your graeo, you will revengo yourself like a k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

TH& SOÜXHkkN MÉRCÓKY; b'kUhAÜ, TEXAS, DEC. 30. ROI anuo 3M0H-30 OOHT3M W3H li *Jbi£BS&2h& to tbe Circular Lit- ter rebelto T « M*B.OTáT whd are notitfready subserfberíto MbbcbbItwíII receive It for half tbe Le «Í thel* toae*plred ^bserlptlons to Irotilar Letter,the pries or the Clr- Letter being Just half the price of Mbbquby. ose. who are already subscribers to ^tWiannmif wilt , have their timo rod up half the unexpired thna i due the Circular Lotttr, for the reason hove, vis., the priee of the Circular Let- r being ju t half the price of Tiik jubb- y rom thlstime forward, THR) Mskco by devotqthls pago to Exchange news tshed directly by ths Exchange. The Mkbcuky la now the only, uuthor- ■ i*edj>Ubllc tlou ot the Farola Alliance , of Texas, and la toó sólo source of Alliance news. And Tub Mkbcury will till tbe bill. It will publish overything anybody wants to know concerning tbe Alliance or any of its enterprises, aad publish it lulrly and fully. By this arrangement e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 December 1888

MEWS OF THB WEEK. TMAB. Lewis Sutton, a j oung man Hired It), wm fa- tally out In a saloon row at Houston. The Crutohfl'Mil house, at Dallas, the oldest hotel In nortn Texas, was burnud last week. The Are was accidental. Tbo old huute has a grout hi. i or y conneotcd with the growth <f Dalla* and Texa*. It was built In 18A2. W. M. Newman shot and badly wounded Loe Smith ut church while preaolilng was going on, ut I'i noord near Omaha. Builth owed Newman somo money and the alto real Ion, which took placo on the ohuioli «rounds,grew oat of that. The cuso of Jamos Newsome, the alleged "l.one nlvhwaymun," who robbed the Han Angelo stage so many times, will Lc ar rayed before th« D, H. supreme court. J. 11. Thomas, a farmer on tho Ilr.izos, ten miles from llryan, has struck an artesian well How at a depth of ¡117 feot, giving II!4 bullous of pure water per minute. Too much ruin Is reported from the vicinity of Columbus, caus- ing the los of a considerable part or tho oot- ton orop y t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

< t oniectt I EN'Tnittll AT TI1E POST OfFICE AT DALLAS, IK* AS, AS FKCONIl CI. ASS MA 11 MATTER.! crcutjj Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operatire Union of America. ~ VOL. VII. A"0. 52. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 27. 1888. WHOLE NO. 3'48, VaativUla. Uemphlo. Little B«ak, sad Birmingham. Ala. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. «600,000 CAPITAJU All goods warranted and told low for cash. Quick sale* and small profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable suc- cess. It U well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write us before ¿.lirchasing : * two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO t OBGAN CO, Util, Tim. MONEY Í0 LOAN. On Improved Farms and Ranches, in North and Coin im 1 Texas, tit low rates and on timo to suit, Stive expenso bynpplying direct to C. 13. WELLE8LEY, Dallas, Texas. CHEAP LANDS. For salo In Archer, Clay, Jack and Young counties, In tructu of ¡tóO to 5,000 ncres. Easy terms. Apply...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 27. THE FAMILY. r ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY. WoatiTn Plowman. "D«i>b it ttll," growled tlie advertising man, *'I wish lti« orthography of tbe Kng- llsli luHgiiago van oil u little more scnsihlo basl*. I consider that, durlug tbe month, I wasto enough time bopping up and down to consult a dictionary, lq work up two pagei of n<ls. Our laoguago in a barbarous one. anyway." •'I agree with you," «aid the presuman. "Just look ui the number of word* that have more than ouo meaning. IK course It glvea employment to a lot of poor punsters, but tbey might better be Hawing wood lor allvlng. Now, as svldeiiee.Just read this little poem and see tbe number of changes that can be rung upon one word." ALBXiNDBH Tfl R CONQL Klt-HEU. There «M a ohap who kept a store, Aud though tItero might be grander, Ho «old his goods to all whcroame, Aid his same was Alex-Andcr. He mixed his goods with ounnlog hand- He was a skillful brandar; And, since bis sugar half was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

W: ■ . Ha*-Weed and "Hoar Cholera. k Picket ta O. J. Farmer. Ai I vu driving: along the road one day last September with one of tbe moit auo- cesaful farmera in tbli section, he called my attention to a forty-acie pasture which was literally covered with rag-wccd, and ■aid: "Thatinfernal weed will take this country yet! It springs up ou tbe mead- ows after we have cut tho hay, It takes the Stubble lields af'.er we have removed the wheat and oats, It coveis the pastures like a forest, it smothers tho potato uud gar- den patches, It flourishes and stluk* along the highway aud In every spot and corner where it can ünd a squatc inch of space to stand la, its misty yellow pollen tills the air aud poisons every breatu. Altogether it is tlie meanest, ►tioklugfst and most abominable weed that over stuck a root lu tbe soil of the Unit d States. To success- fully light it ws have two weapons which 1 know of: Ouc is tho plow and the other is the sheep. I bavo fifty acres of sheep pasturo and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

p|l$ • '"•v' " ' ' ' •"'' ~ v . ' r,. .*.uv ^¿AV..^ •Jl ■ ' ' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 27. Dv' B:r M, fc'V lie Southern Mercury />H* DOLLAR A TEAIl IN ADVANCE.) -Fnbllshed by— ¿TATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. BBAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise thoso who advertise with us. Advenutmr rates furnished on application. Always Mention Thh Mbhcuhv when writ tog to advertisers. Keep business matters separate from oor- respondenoo Intended for publication. Examino the figures on the label on your pa- per and eee that your time Is correct. An letters Intended for Tu MBROtjnr whether business or otherwise, should be ad dressed to Th Southhkm Mkucuhv, Dallas Texas. It win take about threo weeks after sub- scription* are sent before tbo subscriber amies will appear on tho regular raallng ganen. When sending notices of chango of addroas es, tmleiB the old as well as the now address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to suob request*. Send money for Tit* Mshcuht as speolfled abav...

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