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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURA DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 27. THE ORDER. NATIONAL ALLIANCE. Prcoeedlngra of the National Alliance and Cooperative Union of Amertou, at lleridian, Mlsaiaalppl, Beginning December 6. 1888. I continued KHOM tAST week.] TÍie following general committee were agreed upon: Good of tho Order— R. L. Burkes, W. D. Ivey, J. C. DeLoueh. Itesolutlons and Demand .—Morton of Mississippi, Payne of North Carolina, Mann of Louisiana, Durham of Texas, Brush of Kansas. National Lccturcr .—Smith of Texas, Roberts of Indian Territory, Bjueli of Kansas, Tage of Missouri, Howell of Ten* nessee, McReo of South Carolina, White of North Carolina, Ratliffe or Mississippi, Adams of Louisiana, Stone of Kentucky, Turner of Georgia, and MeCjfll. Constitution aid Statute*.—Slmrall of Mississippi, Z aehary of Georgia, Qunnlcut of Alabama, Kendrick of Toxas, Grant of Tennessoe. Printing— Bene, Martin, Stalling , Ilub- bard. Co-operation—Clark, CastleB, Lyles, Betunan, Pops. Memorial—Pickeit, Tetts, Uat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 37. r The fém ef Naples. Jfj ALEX ftWTUfí DPMA& CHAPTER XXII. JJUItDKU AT TUB ALTAIC, The day at last arrived ou which Masa- niello was to marry Isabella, on which ho was to contract, in tho presence of the Arch bisbop of Naples, and in tho chapel of tho «aatlo itsolf, the happy ¡¿Liiiuico which roulized «11 liis dreams and crowned nil hi* hope?— and on this day ilasaiiúdlo was dying I TUo poison ho hail absorbed by smelling tho per- fumo of Isabella's bouquet hc.il worked since tho night before with frightful activity upon ifaia feverish aud passionals urbanization. Tho tflshernwn experienced moments of ecstasy of furious delirium, of such profound pros tration and of cuch n completo annihilation of all his faculties, that ho aooined to have rcachcd his lust hour. Tho sanctuary was buúig docliod out, ami tho altar covered with flowers and golden reliquaries; tho happy UalioJlu was trying on iier marriago draav; iu u word, oil tho prepar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 37. A <* THE EXCHRNBÉI. What the Exchange Has Done and can do. [Following is a copy of a private letter written in response to inquiries concerning the Exchange and published for the infor- mation it contains:] Dallas, Tex. Dkar Sir and Brothkr:—Yours of 10th of December to Bro. Reiley bus my atten- tion. As there are so many of the brethren asking for the same information I deem it best to reply fully, and to also publish same in The Mkrcurt. The brotherhood to date has paid into the capital stock of the Farmers Alllauce Exchange ui.out $72,000. The expenses, all told, lor lecturers and placing the Ex- change in working order has been about £10,000. Before • dollar of the capital stock was paid in our business manager se- cured 910,000, cash and real estate, now worth 950,000. as a donation from citizens of Dallas. Shortly after tbe Exchange was located and before 920,000 of the capital was paid in, he also secured real estate do- •natio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 27 December 1888

K I; ®'#í 6 nwa of Tata TEXAS. Ed Lane shot Pavo Goldstein «car Taylor with u doutilo-barrcllcd phot vuo, dUchartf- lnff both barrels, loaded with squirrel «hot, into hi* sido, lio "didn't know It wat loaded." The wounds aro serious.—Ao ordlng to coin misslonor Foster's estimate, the popularon of tho state on the 1st of Jauuary 18f8, was .'.u.'.V 000. Th® nveraifo Democratic majority lor «tato officers accord'nir to tho otlluiiil count wus 155,000. Superintendent Cooper took tho lead, with Attorney General Hokk closely fol- lowing. Tho wrook of a construction train on tho San Antonio and A run hiw Puss rallto-.d near Houston, caused by tho spreading of tho rails, resulted In tho death of A. 1*. Howard of Aus- tin, II. 11. Roberts of New York, and Antone Car son of tho foroo. Several othors received sol lo.ib injurio^,—'The luinuul reunion «>!' Toi ry's ltunKors was hUd at Houston,—W. J roorman of UdHtJiuul county la «aid to luivo mlsod by his own and $17 worth cf hired labor this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

Di lENTUÍKD AT THE POST O FUCK AT PALLAS. TEXAS, AB EKCOND CLASS WAIL NATTBU.l Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the Xational Farmers Alliance an d Co-operative I'v ion of Am erica. VOL. VIII. NO. 1. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JAN. 3, 188 . WHOLE NO. 849. NashvlUe, Memphis, Little Book. and Birmingham. Ala. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •SOO.OUO CAPITAL, All good* warranted and told lew for caah. Quick aalea and amall profita ia the motto that haa won for thia company such remarkable aue- eeaa. It ia well known and thor* oughly reliable. Write ua before (••irchnsing : a two-cent atamp may aavc you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO I ORGAN CO, NtshvillB, Tino, MONEY 10 LOAN. On Improved Farms and Ranches. in North and Central Texas, ut low rates und on time to suit, Save expenso byapplylng direet to C. E. WELLESLEY, Dallas, Texas. CHEAP LANDS. For salo in Archer, Clay, Jack and Young counties, in tracts of 320 to G,000 aoros. Easy terms. Apply to C. E. WELLESLEY, Dallas, T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

THE FAMILY. Tb« Glrla That Ara Wanted. Huiuiuy Hobool Advocate. The trlr s that are wanted arn Rood girls - Good gi'li from the neart to the Up*; Purotie the Illy Is white and pure, From its 1 oart to ita aweot leaf tipa. Tnevlrls that aro wanted aro lióme glrl«¡ Girls tbat are mother's right hand, That father and mother vun truHt to. And the littlo ones understand. (llrla that nre fair on the hearthstone, And pleasant when nobody sees; Kind and awot t to their own folk, lteadj and anztoui to plos<o. The Mirla that arc wanted aro who glrla, That know what to do and to «ay; Thatdrlvo with a smllo ora soft word Tlio wrath of tho household away. The gins that are wont-ii are glrla of aonae, Who father can novor decolvu; Who can follow whatever la pretty, And daro what Is slliy to leavo. Tho glrla that aro wantod are oareful glrla. Who count what a thing will cost; Who uae with a prudent genoroua hand, But soo that nothing 1* lost. The clovor, the witty, tho brilliant girls, There ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

■ "T w?~r i* THE FARM. Bom* Supplies. Farmbusvillb, Tex. Editor Mercury:—I bear a great many farmers a ay it will not pay to ratio bog for bacon where tbey bave to feed from pigt until large enough for baeon. I will give my experience in tbo matter. For three ye&rt I took four pigs each year,and turned tbemln the lot wltb the horses and fed them aueh coin as wts not fit for a horse to eat, with the waste from two head of horaes. By the first of September tbey made good begs, and with very little good sound corn made splendid bacon ot the best kind. On the 19th ol last May I bought two sows, for which I paid fcl2, and put them in a close pen and fed upon an average about twenty ears of trashy corn per day for about seven montbs. This took 35 bushels of corn, which, at 30 cents, would amount to f10.50. The two weighed 552 pounds of very nice pork, which, at (51-2centsperpound, would have brought $33.08, with $5 worth of lard extra, making iu all $40.08. The bogs and feed cost $22....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

W¡) I. The Southern Mercury ,0MB DOLLAR a TUR III ADVABCB.) -inbllshed by— '¿TATE ALLIANCE PRINT ING BOARD. RBAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. . mention Tng Mercury when writ lag to advertisers. Keep business matters seporate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time 1s correct. Alt letters Intended for Thb M«notrnr whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thb 8outbbrm Mbrcury, Dallas Texas. It will take about three weeks after sub- scriptions are sent before the subscribers names will appear on the regular mating galleys. When sending notloes of change of address, es, unless the old as well as the new address is given, we cannot pay any attention to such requests. Send money for Thb Msacrnr as specified above; all money for the Exchange must be sent to J. B. Belly. Dallas, Texas, care of National Hxohange Bank. Make money ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

ERN MBRCURA ; DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. 3,1889. THE ORDER. NATIONAL ALLIANCE. K Proceeding* at the National Alliance and Go-Operative Union of America, nt Meridian, Mississippi, Bevinnin* December 5.1888. [CONTINUED VBOH LAST WKKK.J Tbe tollowiug report from the committee on finance was read and adopted: "Mr. President: The finance committee liave considered that portion of the pretl dent's message relatlug to revenues, and recommend the Adoption of tbe flowing resolution: 1 Resolved. That the resolution adopted at Shreveport Instructing the National sec- retary 11 ¡my tho mileage and per diem of tbe delegates elected by the States be and the samo Is hereby repealed, and tbe action of tbe board of organization in Issuing working bulletin No. 2, making a charter fee of fifty ctnts, be and tbe same is hereby milled, uud tbe State secretaries are In- ■tructed to conform to Its provisions." Tbe following report from committee on «onitltutlon and statutory laws was read and adopted: "In view o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

THIS SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. j, 1889. The Legend of Sleep; Hollow By WASHINGTON IRVING. Ifocnd amono tub papers op tub late d1ed1uch knickerbocker. In tho hosoin of one of thoso spacious coves which indent tho eastern shore of tho Hudson, at that broad expansion of Ifre river denominated by tho oncicnt Dutch navigators tho Tnppaan Zoo, anil where they always prudently shortened sail and implored tho protection of St. Nicholas when they crossed, there lies a small market town or rural port, which by some is colled Uroensburg, but which is more generally and properly known by tho namo of Tarry Town. Ihls name was given it, wo aro told, in former days, by tho good housewives of tho ad- jacent country, from tho inveterate pro- pensity of their husbands to linger about tho village tavorn on market days. 15o that as it may, 1 do not vouch for tho fact, hut merely advert to it for tho eako of being preciso and authentic. Not far from this village, perhaps about three miles, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, JAN. 3, 1889. [ ) THE EXCHANGE. Plans (or thi Fa tur*. The following plan for tbe management of tbe Exchange, and to govern I ta rela- tione with tbe order at large, ba« been adopted and la publltbed for the Informa- tion of all eencsrued: let. Department No. 1 «ball consist of * tbe general business manager'* office, and aald'department will do no business direct with the 1 rder, except In lelllng product* In car load lot*, or lu aelllng cotton. De- partment ODO will purchase all goods for departments two, three and four, and all other department* hereafter named, and will keep an account with each of said de- partments, reeeivo remittances from them and pay all bills for good* purobased. The business of supplying the order with com- modities will be performed by tbe different departments, euch having a specified ter- ritory as follows: Department No. 1 contains tbe counties of Bowie, Ited lliver, Lamar, Fannin, Gray- son, Cooke, Montague, Clay,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 3 January 1889

the southern mercury: dallas, texas, jan. 3, 1ss9. NEWS OV THE WEEK. TKXAB. James M. Drake, klilor of Piof. Qjlnu, Ht Waco, has b«:n released 011 tu.uou bond.—Jul' ius Huuge, of Galveston, luis ousod u trivio with the G. C. iV B. F. ridlroud company, tor 11.4'i acres of luna scattered uioag tho lino at different point .—On Monday tho lurue.st bunch tot thoroughbred euttlo ever brought Into Texas at onoo wot o rooelvod by Win. 1'OW' ell, of Hasett. It con tint oil of 150 hoad or reg Istercd 11erelord cattle from Chicago.—A lamp exploded In tho rosldenoo of Lee Taylor, at Port Worth, und that and two other dwell Inns wore coasuniod by Uro.—Tho «toro of Crawford He Norrls. at Stepliensvllle, ih burned with two adjoining «torea. The loss is $10.(00 with very little liiBurunco -Mm. k'la Keener, -at Longviow, ha llled a suit against tho Inter natli nal road lor for killing Luwson Keener, liar husband, at Kilgoro, last summer. —Tho new opera In.uso > t Tyler was destroyed by lire It wuh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

H ÜK i «irfKiuiP at tub row orne at palla . rpxA , as noonp claim mail mavtbb.] ctjcnrn. OffieiaL Journal of Texas State AUiance, and of the National Farmers JUiunce and Co-operative Union of America. : VOL. VIII. JV0. 2. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JAW. 10, 1889. WHOLE #0. 850. w tO'iU. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •000,000 OAPITAX* All goods warranted and sold low for cash. Quick sales and small profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable suo> cess. It is well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write us before • two-cent stamp may save yon money. t irchpaing: JESSE FBENCH PIANO IOBQAN CO, NaMb, Tm, MONEY TO LOAN. On Improved Farm and lUnobes. In North and Ceiiirsl Toms, at low rates and on time to (ult, Savo expense bynpplylng direct to C. B. WKLLE8LEY, Dallas, Texas. CHEAP LANDS. For Bale In Arebor, Clay, Jack and Young counties, in traots of 330 to 6,000 aeres. Easy terms. Apply to C. B. WELLESLEY, Dallas, Texas. Or JAMES J. CHITWOOD, Antolopo, Jack C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

THE FHMILY. !• f. My Mothe:. Old mid wrinkled, with silvery lialr, And eyes t edlmmod with thu touch of timo, My mother slm In her old urin oiiulr, Weaving throuds of if'd i with tho autumii rlinu. Onoo my mother Wi'.s ynunjf and fiilr, When tho wood lurk wurhlid Ihm- wedding ohlino. AnJ Bho oftlinui speak ol' tho iiualnt old WIIJ'H Of tilt! lnnif nif<>, un 1 cittelios «lenms From tho summer huid of hor vnnnulshed days, Through tko mMa of yetrs, till the present toning With scones that glud loned hor <'lilldlMi guzo And forms tliut pooplod lieryouthful dioainc. Tho old log house with Its homoly cheer, Sho romomberj well, and how, when u child, Sh« strayed 10 her father's clearing near O'er a corduroy road, through forests wild— A way that grow falror y< ar by year, Till llclds of plenty beside It tmllod. Bho recalls tho preaohor, rigidly bravo To battle with oroods and loos unseen, Tho quaint old ohuroh, with Its conolng navo, Its old-tlmo choir, tho Sabbath scene ; Whil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

Ifwf? J ii THE PKRM. PiMhN la Coanectiont. There I* no fralt more «ought after dur- ing ita season than the peach. 8tlll, no ftrnlt tree* are leaa eared for. They are planted and left to take care of themselvei. But they can't stand the severe treatment, and die. Then aome one remarks. "Oh, you can't ralee peaobea in this climate. It ia only a waate of ttrae to attempt it." Thte la the language ol five out of seven fanners in my section. One may ride ten miles each way and not And two peach orchards. But peachea can be raised even in Connect- icut and In the greatest abundance. Peo- ple in general do not underatand their treat- ment, or tbey would be raised as commonly as corn. I send to Tennessee for my pita, where the trees are raised from natural aeed and are free from the yellows. I get them from some reliable source and then bury tbem where the action of the irosl can work upon them. In the spring, upon opening the bod, one will find the pits cracked open and tho kernels sprout...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY t DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. 10, B The Southern Heronry .OMB DOLLAB A Till IK ADVABCB.) —Published by— áTATE ALLIANCE PRINT ING BOARD. read this carefully. Patronise thoae who advertise with ui. idmtMw ratea furnished on application. Always mention Tbb Mbbcohv whan writ log to adrer tisera. Keep tmsuiess ñauara «aparata from cor- respondence Intended for pubMoatton. Bxcuriae the flfuree on tee label op your pa- per and aee that your ttae la ootreot All lattera Intended for To MBBgBB* whether business or otherwise. should ' to nía 80 ssr Bocrmwui Mibcdbt, enew your subscription, so yon wob t miss ' copies, aa we canl alwoys furnish book nbers; the Agruras on the label on your pv It wfll take about three weeks after sub- sertpikms are sent befrre the subscribers nUM^wlIl appear an tho regular mallnf When sending natlees of ohMge of address, aa, nafeas the old as wefl aa the r*w address la tiran, wa cannot pay any attention te suob raqaesta. Band money for Tun Mjeaoror as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURA " DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. 10,1889. Li * J I I 1 rusts Mud corporate power will be broken and the people onoe wore bo free. Evan Jomes. Dakdkn Springs, Tax. Editor Mbrcub*:—I see on the tlrst paye of your lust paper a good brother asks a lew question in regard to u vital prob- lem now before the Ailtauoe, "TI10 Ratifr eatlon ol tbe New National Constitution." Allow me to ask you a lew qneatlons and it it Is not too muob trouble will you please answer them when you publish this? 1. Tbe present state dues to tbe National Alliance from Texas is about one thousand dollars, tor which there Is no provision, ex- cept ont of tbe amount originally intended lor tbe-4iipport of the State Alliance. U der the new constitution our state dues It you want the best Garden you have ever hod, you must sow M«nf$ Seeds. There is no question but that Maule's Garden Seeds are unsur- passed. Their present popularity in every county in the United States proves it, for I now have customers at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

■ DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. 10, 1889. He Legend «f Sleepy Bellow Bj WASHINGTON IRVING. ffOUND AMONO THE PAPERS OF THE LATE DIEDHICH KNICKERBOCKER. I [CONCLUDE FROM LAHT WBKK.] It was, os 1 have said, a tino autumnal day; tho sky was clear and sereno, and nature wore that rich and Rolden nouse; map tua lingers in tne raoe 01 nans Van Ripper, and every other patron, and kick any itinerant p out of doors that dare to comrade! Old Bal tus Van Tassel moved about among his guests with a face dilated with content and good humor, round and jolly as tho harvest moon. His hospitable attentions wore brief, but expressive, being confined to a shake of tho hand, a a help livery which wo alwa^associato with the j And now tho sound of tho music from al slap on tho shoulder, a loud laugh, an 0, * pressing invitation to "fall to, and h ->n 1 themselves." idea of abundance. The forests liad put tho common room or hall summoned to on their sober brown and yellow, wfiilo the dance. Tho musician was an old...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

THE SOUTHU.KN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. io, 1S89. INDUSTRIAL. i How to Develop Manufactories. Como, Mías. Kditor Mkrcdry:— I lend you a clip- ping which I hope you will piuco in your paper. 1 believe ail cotton growers and es- pecially all Alliance meu, would do well to adopt and work out this plan, for as the cot- ton is uow managed, the grower has to give all the wuy from 100 to 1000 per cent, to get his cotton back (lor his own use) In a manufactured condition. To tbo editor of the Appeal • Sir— You deserve the thanks of the south for the statesman-like defence made by you both of the doctrine of states rights and its solidity. Now that the warfare is over lor a time at least, and whilst the victors aro making ready for the "war dance," let us reason about our condition from auother standpoint. Financially, we are us greatly behind the north as we Have been politi- cally distanced. The manufacturing sec- tions of the Union are blessed with pros- perity, not on account of any l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 10 January 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JAN. te, 18S9. 8 It i> annouaoed thai B. W. Mllori ase, treaa- uier or Montague owunty, la abort In h<s ao- oounts. The aborta** I not attributed to dlaho esty, and will be made up — Alderman Ulohey. or Baa Antonio, baa a clock that baa boon running oootlnuonsly for won year*, and * toy pod abort at U o'oiook on the night of Oeoembertl, IH8, "M r to go ayaln." He haa been unable to a tart it ainoe, and tbe ne- groes of tbe ootnm unity ie*ard It >a a "hoo- doo."—A largo acreage of wheat baa been planted In Bhaokleford county ami it U up and looking well.—Char ey Uankr, a reaident of Sherman for ten year , committed lulclde by abootlng bin so.f In the heart. He waa a ohronlo sufferer from neuralgia.—Harry Burna, aon of tbo Houston postmaator, blew hia bralos out with a pluol. It U supposed to have been an aooldent. Thel wtr houae of the twenty-flmt state legislature wh cb convened on Tuesday last, la «omposed of 140 n>nnbers. Of tbla nu...

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