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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 March 1889

\ * ta THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 7, 1889.T THE ORDER. Bjs-fr Not lo». The district meeting •!' Gonzales couuty will meet at Itaucho, tionziles county, the second Saturday in Mnrclr at 10 o'clock. AU member* ot the Farmers' Alliance cor- dially iuvited to attend. W. D. POUNCKY, Sec'y District Meeting. Notice. Kokt Worth, Texas. To Couuty Secretaries: Brkxhken:—You will please send for extra blanks and muke supplemental re- ports to my oilice when two or more Alli- auces report to you. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Yours frater- nally, H. G. Moobb. Notice. The stockholders of the Dallas County Milling and Manufacturing Co., meet April 14, IS89, at 10 o'clock at the county court bouse. A s business of Importance is to be transacted we bope nil will attend. K. N. Daniel, Sec. i Atascosa County. Editor Mercury:—I will ask for a short space in Thk Mercury tblB week. 1 was requested by our Alliance at the last meeting to ask you to publish through Thk Mercu...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 March 1889

w _ TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 7, 1889. BEBEE; or, TWO LITTLE WOODEN SHOES. By "OUIDA." CHAPTER IIL "I remembered it was your nurao (lay, child. Here are half a dozen oggn" unid ano of til» hen wives; and the little t:ro¡» woman with the peddler's tray added a waxen Sc. Agnes, colored red and yellow to the very life, no doubt; and tho old Cheap John hod saved her a cage for the Kturling: and the tinker had u cream chow*» fur her hi u vine ieaf, and the sweetmeat seller brought her a beautiful gilded horn of su^ur pluinx, and the cobbler bad made tier actually a pair of shoe» —red shoes, beautiful shoes to go to mam in and beu wonder in to all the neighborhood. And they througod round her und adored the silver waUt buckles; arid when Uebee got fairly to her stall und traffic began, she thought once more that nobody's fea¿l day had ever dawned like hers. When the chimen begun to ring all over tho city sbo could haniiy believe that tho carillon was not saying its "Laus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 March 1889

 CORRESPONDENCE. Houston Oounty. / Editor Meucury:—While the pleasant breezeb are passing by and time rolls swift- ly oa I will write a few lines from Autioch Alliance No. 3108. 1 will confess we are not doing our duty as we ought, but it is our fault. We know our duty. None ol us have patched pants but what know it, and if we are in debt we know how to get out, that is. by going in no further and paying what we owe. We made very good crops last year and most of us cuuie out of debt. The Alliance has done a great deal of good in this coun- try, and I don't see why we should let it go down. 1 don't believe, with all the oppo- sition and weak members, the Alliance ever will fail. I want to say a word to some of the brethren. Don't do so much talking and do more work; keep your farmB well improved and raise your supplies at home. You tell your merchants one month you are going to put them to work and the next month you are trading with them. Now, brethren, don't talk so much; it makes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 March 1889

 THE SO TJ TITEEN MEE CUE Y: DAL LAS, TEXAS. MARCH 7, 1889, m W, OFFICIAL. £anay on Charity. Evan Jone», President F. 8. A. 1 am requested by the Liberty Alliance, Mo. 4114, of Johnson county, to aik you by mail, what labor organizations the Alliance I is contemplating consolidating with. Please answer as soon as convenient through Tiik Mkkcuby, as there seems to be eomo mis* understanding umong the membership in this part ol the country. Yours truly, CHAR1.K8 Williams, Sec. Cleburne, Texas, Fob. 20, 1SSD. The National Wheel and Farmers Mu- tual lieneilt Association. KvanJonks. Lecture Department. All communications intended for this department should be addressed to li. J. Kendrick, lVaco, Texas. Bell Po.n Alliance, on the ¡Me Inst., gave another big plc-nic. As uhudI, at thut place, there was a goou turnout, and all spent • pleasant and profitable day. llcll Point «ever doos unything by halves, so there was plenty of good und wholesome food for all, and it required severul basket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

Imdktm 1 1 cntcuan at the pobt ohior at dallas, texas, as second class ua11. matteu.1 ) • • /s Official Journal of Texas State Alliancz, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VIII. AU u. r DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH U, 18 SO. 1 1 " ■' ■ 1 ■"mm ■ ■ WHOLE NO. 359 NEWS OF THE WEEK. Legislative. BILLS PASSED. The bill requiring butchers and siaugbter- arera of cattle to give bond, and providing a punishment for violating the same, was pasted. The tenate concurred in the houae amendments to the bill authorizing the governor to restore to citizenship and suffrage persons serving out their terms in the penitentiary. The bill fixing the time within which writs of error may be sued out and excepting persons laboring under disabilities passed. The house amendments to the bill allowing pleadings In cases in courts during vacation were agreed to. The bill setting apart the ex- cess In surveys of railroad lands as a part of the public school lauds passe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

THESO UTHERN MERCTJR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH If, 1889. THE FAMILY. Guadalupe County. Editor Mkrcuuy:—It seems that tbe tub> Alliances have lout some of their en- thusiasm. Why in this ? lias the ▲Illanco where It has had the support of the brother- hoodgalled in any undertaking? Jf so 1 don't knew when or whore it was. breth- ren, why is it that the Alliance Is lens dear to us than it was two years ago? I Bay it is our fault. Who will not admit that it is the same grand and noble organization that It ever was Í Not one of its principles have been defiled. We can make it one of the best organizations in existence or wn can n<ake it nothing. Which will you choose ? It appears that some have chosen the latter, from the fact that they are seldom seen within the walls of our open Alliance, and when there, they forget to bring tholr pocket books, so their dues go uupald; ■0 after a while they are suspended /rom the roll, and when notified they become of. fended, and say, "O, the All...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

TÍTE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH U, 1S89. THE FARM. b V *■: Bowmt Wheat. Dr. It. H. .Tones, who larms.in the sub- url* ui thu junction ol' North and Ea«t Dallas, In tliB course of n casual conventa- tmu ycstprUtv furnitJied, the fallowing crlt- lcUro ou l>. ilas comity agriculture : The reason why so little wheat Is yielded to the acre in this county Is due to the ■want of proper plowing. To illustrate: I ■owed a crop of wheat In 1875 on White l'ock creek, using big mules and horses and plowing tho grain in as deep as I could. Jim Crutchtield, whose name has been associated wiih Dallas almost from his Infancy, came along and asked : '.'What ire you doing?" "Sowing wheat." "Well," said he, "you do not expect to ever see that wheat again; wheat covered up in that way won't come up." I answered : "I never in ray lile before have sowed a crop ; 1 am sowing this on general principles, and 1 think that the grouud ought to be broken as deeply for wheat as lor com, or anything...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

i W, r;xU'-' i-i. —: THE SO UTHERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 1¿, 1889., ' - i Bar I Southern Mercury (ONI DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) ——.Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. HAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise those who advertise with ua. Advertising ratea furnished on application. A1 way i mention Tu Mjrcuhv whan writ •By to adrcrttsere. Keep buamoBi matter* aenorate from oor- rvapondence intended for publloatton. Kxamine the Hgurea on the label on jour oar per and aee that your time la correct. All letter* intended for Thb Mklicuar whether buaineaa or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Tub SootheAn Mkrcuhv. Dallas Texas. It will take about three weeks after sub. Miiptlons are sent before the subscriber* names will appear on the regular inolinif tallara. When aendlmr notices of chanco of addre a. as, unless the old us well as the new oddreas Is Riven, wo cannot pay any attention to such requests. fiend money for 1'hb MKHOtmv as speolfled abevt'; all monny for tne Exchange ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

THE SO UTBERN MERCTJR K DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCB U, 1889. i V f 1 > THE ORDER. Notice. The stockholders of the Dallas County Milling and Manufacturing Co. meet Satur- day April 18,1 >89, "t '0 o'clock at t • coun- ty eourthouse. Aj b islnesa < t importance 1* to be transacted we hope all will attend. R. N. Daniel, Seo. Notice. The stockholders of the Dallaa County Hilling and Manufacturing Co., meat April 14,1889, at 10 o'clock at the county court houae. At business of importance In to be transacted we hope all will attend. E. N. Daniel, Seo. Notloe. Fort Worth, Texas. To County Becretarlea: Brkthrin:—You will pleaie «end for extra blauka and make supplemental re- port to my office when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Yours frater- nally, H. G. Moore. Notloe. The members of the Farmers Alliance of Parker county are requested to meet at "Weatherford March '20, 1SS9, as there is business of vital importance to come before the br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

RifW ■ "l:*- '* V e THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH H, 1889. BEBEE; or, TWO LITTLE WOODEN SHOES. By "QUID A." CHAPTER VL All (he next day ibo sat under the yellow •wulng, but the Hat alone. It was market day; there wero many itranger*. Flower* were in demand. Tho eopper piece* were rlngin; against ono mother all the horn** through in her ieutboru bag. The cobbler wa* In mich pood humor that be forgot to quarrel with his wife. Tho truit wa* In such plenty that they gate bor leaf full of white and red curran tu for her noonday dinner. And the people aplit their tide* at the Cheap Jobn'H }okm; he win to droll. No one saw the loaks in Uw kettles or the holo In hi* bol low*, or the leg that wa look- ing in hi* milking «tool. Everybody wan gay nnd merry that day. But Bolieo'i blue eye* looked wiatfnlly over tbe throng, aud did not find what they ■ought. Homohow the day teemed dull, and the iiquare empty. When the day wo dono l$ot>eo gave a quick ■Igli oh who looked acron the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

i TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 14, 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. Collin County. Editor Mercury:—As it teems that old C >ltin Alliance mea are somewtist back- ward about writing to our paper, I will again try to five your many readers some imws iio.u this pari of the county. My d ys in sct.ooi, all told, would not amouut to twelve wombs, and most of that when very small. With tlie above facts I hope yon w.ll excuse my sorry make-up lor a letter. Everytblng seems to be at a standstill in Collin at the present time, on account of ba rainy and muddy weather, the roads being so muddy that we can hardly get to our Alliance moetinj. But notwithstand- ing ail this i ho inem ocrs seem to be in good hopes of our ilual succe s, and 1 think when the weaieer will permit the Alliance will get on a general boom. The members, at least the greater part of them, seem to be Alliance men from principle and not Irom any selfish motive of their own. Now, brethren, it is generally said that a fal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 March 1889

8 TEE SO VTHERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 14, 1889. i OFFICIAL. Special Notioe. It la apecially requested that each county secretary secure a competent lecturer to be at the county Alliance meetings la April next, and It will be bla duty to represent the several enterprise of tlie State Alli- ance, especially our state Exchange at Dal- las. Brethren, we must rally to It, It will not do to falter now after to much time hi ' money have been «pent, and atund «ti'l mul looae what we have for the paat two y rata accomplished. No, brethren. 1 don't be- lieve you will do It. Let us make one grttud rally this spring and get out of debt and show to the world that we are men and mean business. Y>ou buve a correct state ment from the board of the Exchange of Its financial condition, and If each brother in good standing with his Alliance would pay <11 to the State Exchange it would be relieved of its enibaressed condition, also wish the county secretaries to have published in Tiik Mk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

s m v I [ V i wrote lbnt«h«h AT TUB POST OFWBt AT PALIA , T1XA , AS UOOITD cl.Aaa VAIL matter .1 Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers alliance and Cooperative Union of America. VOL. VIII. no. 12. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 81,1889. —^ ———————— ^ WHOLE NO. 360 NEWS OF THE WEEK. State. H. L. Richardson, a notary public of El- lerridge, Tenn., blew out the gas In his room at the Pacific hotel at Waco. He Is a man of 35 year*, and more than usual In- telligence. Hence the clerk did not give him the accustomed warning to beware of the gae. He came out to Texas a few days ago to settle up the estate of a broker, who was «hot and killed a few weeks ago in Hlco. Richardson wis duly sober when he went to bis room. A chambermaid passing through the corridor detected the odor of gas escaping. Richardson was discovered in a dying condition, Physicians were summoned and the most heroic treatment resorted to, but for u time It Beemed as 11 he would die in spit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

ME SO VTHERM MERGUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 21, 1889. THE FAMILY. Brath County. liitrroK Mercury:—a# i see o mtny Uillei writing I thought I would poh a few words. I wee the men are giving the ladles advice about uaing economy. Í Juat have to aay that no wile that ia a true help- mate but what will do all ahe can to help. There are aome who have to nie too much, for tbey don't have anything to uae econo- my with, lor aome men have got new plowa or all kinda, and harrowa and planters this fall that they eould have done without, though aome aay we have to have them, M we can't make a crop. Where are the oneayouuaed laat year? Uae eoonomy with them and you will not have to buy •very year, and then you will have more to apend for your wife and children and have a happier home. Give your wife oomething to uae economy with—but you never think of her, Juat ao ahe geta through the world and have a good dinner when you como in, H'a all right. When you have to get new farming toola be sure to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

■ * ' >~v, ■ ™ ' / 'V THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 21. 1889. THE FARM. A QUERY. What "Subaorlber" Would Like to Know. We bave recently recmlvmi a letter from one of our well-known iubserlbers upon a subject which we prefer to publish for the peruaal of our reader* anticipating that in no doing some one will reitere us of the re- sponkibility of answering "Subscriber's" questions. Here is the letter: "My Dear Editor For several years past I have been the recipient ot sevoral pamphlets issued from time to time by Messrs. H. H. Warner A Co., of lloehester, N. Y„ which, in addition to containing an extensive treaties upon kidney disease, its origin, usual symptoms and growth, al- so includes numerous testimonials from parties whose fac-slmlle signatures are at- tached thereto, attesting the statement that they have been individually relieved by the use ot Warner's Sale Cure, which Is prepared by the above firm, for the use of persons so aflllcted. Now, Mr. Editor, I wou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

The Southern Mercury SOUTHERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 21, 1889. L" m (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by tlu STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize those who advertise with ui. Advertising ratea f urnlafeed on applloation. Always mention Thb Mehcuby when writ ing to advertiser . Keep business matters generate from oor- restKindenoe Intended for publication. Examino tho figurón on the label on your pa- per and seo that your time is oorreot All letters Intended for Thb Meeoubv whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thb Sodtoehn Mercury, Dallas Texas. It will take about three weeks after sub- serlptlons are sont before tho subscribers names will appear on the regular moling valleys. When sending notloes of change of addro* . et, unless the old as well as tho r.ew address (■given, we oannot pay any attention to auou requoata. Bond money for Thb Mercury as specified above¡ all money for tho Exchange must oe sent to J. B. Relly, Dalla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

.«iWlül THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 91, 1889. > V I the: order. / '&? Not to*. Stockholders o( the Dallas Co. Alliance Milling and Manufacturing Co. meet Satur- day April 111,1889, nt 10 o'clock at tbe coun- ty courthouse. As business ot importance As to be transacted vrc hope all will attend. B. N. Daniel, Sec. Notice. Kokt Worth, Texas. To County Secretaries: Brethren:—You will please send for extra blanks aud make supplemental re- ports to my oflloe when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Yours frater- nally, H. G. Moore. Itandom Thoughts, or Ensilage. Culled and adapted to suit the whims of tbe author's paper, In which some good words will be said tor progressive agricult- ure, while more fully commenting upon the futility of cultivating black-eyed fodder and polan-china poultry (ta Texas for the moral elevation of the Ourang-Outang in exile, or the monkey In .Siberia. Having made this first particular clear ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 21. ±3av. BEBEE; or, TWO LITTLE WOODEN SHOES. By "QUID A." CHAPTER! VIIL "Can I do any work tor you, Bobear said black Jeannot ia the daybreak, pushing her gato opea timidly with one hood. "There is none to do, Jeannot They wast to llttto ta this time of the year—the flowers," ■aid eke, lifting her head from the sweet paaaahe was tying up to their «tick*. The woodman did not answer; ho leaned over the half opea wicket, and swayed it backward aad forward nodt* bis baro arm. Be wsj a good, harmless, gentío fellow, swarthy as charcoal and simple as a child, and quite ignorant; having spent all his days lu the great Soigniee forests making fagots when he was a Hit! Ud. and bowing down trees or burning charcoal as he grew to man- hood. "Who was that seigneur with you last night, Behoof* he ached, after a loug silence, watching her as she moved. Bobeea eyes grew very soft, but they looked up frankly. "I am not sure—I think he ia a pointer—a great...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 21. 1889. CDRREBPDNDENCE. H . J| V Getting There Eli. Editor Mercury:—Thia is to notify tbe brother hood where there U a will there I* a way. Alliance No. 830, bai forty mem- ber* in good Handing. Twenty of ue are tip with the times, have paid $100 to the Exchange at Dallas, one «hare in the D. U. M. Co., of Dallas, «500 paid up share in the Alliance Milling Company of Sherman, aUo made them a loan of ¿400, we have $300 in a co-operative store at Bolls which paid ■ome of tbe brethren thirty-tive per cent. Interest last year, which is like a man tak* lng a policy on his life—has got to die to win, so with the Alliance, it has got to patronize itB own enterprizes it they win. Mow, Mr. Editor, 1 want to give you a pointer right here, we eat our own flour ground by our mill at Sherman, "chaw our own baker," use oar own sngar and cofl'ee, because we pay for it when we get it, and know it ia ours. 1 would say tbe Alliance in this section is on ri...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 March 1889

m THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MARCH 21, 1889. OFFICIAL. Ruling No. 8. Evan Jonet, Pre*.. K. B. A: 1'ltase give your ruling, through Tax Mkrcdbt, on tlie lollowing questions: Can a an b-Alliance in one county withdraw Itself from lta couuly Alliance and Join Itsell to the county Alliance In the adjoin- ing county!' If ao what steps are to bi puraued in making the cbaupe' Youra fraternally, W. II. Bachman, .1 r. They can, by obtaining a cer-tiftcate of conaent and good standing i roa the Oo. V. A., from the pre ni dent and sec- retary of aaid Co. F. A. Send oertitlcate with petition asking for aaid change to thla office, atating the reasons why the chango la deaired, and the name oi tlie plar-o lrom whence and where to, the change it to oe made, and the distance irom the nearest F. A. when changed, etc. Youra Iraternally, kvan JONKK. Speoial Notice. It ia apecially requested that each county aecretary ««cure a competent lecturer to be at the county Alliance meetings III April...

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