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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

} y jííV^ lEST«HEP AT TflE POST OPFICE AT DALLAS. TH18, A8 «COND CI.AB8 MAIL UATTEH.1 Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VIII. NO. IS. ABOUT DALLAS, TEXAS', THURSDAY, MARCH 2 S, 1889. WHOLE NO. 861. EXPERIENCE HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT ARE THE THREE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF ■VTAAn flTTri >d innil ARE THE THREE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OP WOOD, STEELE 1HBJI LIGHTNESS, DURABILITY ^STRENGTH ALL OF THESE ARE COMBINED H THE BUCKEYE. Plaoe a pieoo of Ash such as is used in the Buckeye in a clamp alongr with a piece of Steel of equal length, such as is used in All-Steel Binders. Let the Steel weif/li just twice an much a* the Wood, and yet the steel will invariably yield and bend as the pressure is brought down. The wood will scarcely get out of line, and when the clamp is removed, it will spring back to its original shape. Not so with the steel, which bends and remains bent. An All-Steel Machine coming in contact wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

TÉE SO UTRERA* MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1889. THE FHMILY. From Chtvrltl . Editor Mercury:—lie# pardon, Mr. Editor; I couldn't remain out any longer, after seeing the return of Slater Ann Otlier. So, permit me to extend the band ot trisad- ■blp to one and all, and become a member ot tbe happy family for thl once, if no more. It ban been quite awhile lince I put in my oar to help propel Tur Mercury boat trom the buy of Chance to tbe broad ocean ot Succeu. But, really, It seems to progresa quite rapidly without my aid. Well, I have been busy with my home affairs, attending to my fruits and flowers that 1 stored away for winter's use, and also preparing a book lor publication. Now, Bister Ann Other, I have no flowers or fruits to bring for this time. All 1 have to offer is a heart overflowing with admira- tion for all. I have enjoyed reading all tbe pleasant, witty, grand and good thoughts of eaeh and everyone. I always look over the signatures to see if any of my favorite cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

DALLAS, v *íf¿- M i rA THE FARM. Farm Notes. Give the garden a good spread of barn- yard manure. It pay to keep the garden up. Get tbe work for the seaeon planned so that you will know juat what you are going to do and how you will do It. We would never hire a man who drinks. Such a mau la wholly unreliable, and may kill a horse or burn down a barn. A little salt U necessary to "bring out the flavor" in butter, but when anyone ■ays, "1 want considerable salt in my but ter," it la certain he does not know the fla- vor oi the choicest butter. If you have a good farm where you are, •tay on it and be contented. If you have no farm, and no prospect of getting one to advantage where land is high, go out on the free lands and develop a tarín. Becent experiments in England show that whole wheat at tbe rate ot three-quar- ters of a pound for each sheep, is not only a safe cereal food, but oue of the best, aud at current prices lor wheat, one oi the cheapest, says the Northwestern Agricul- tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERO US J f: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 2< Southern Mercury (OKK DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by tlu STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BEAD THIS OABBSTTXAY. Patronise thoea who advertise with us. Advertising rate* turnisbed on application. Always mention Thi IIkkoobt when writ ng to advertisers. Keepbusinoss matter* sepe rate from oor- respondenue intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time is correct, AU letters Intended for Tub M*rcot t whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thb Southm Mbbodut, Dallas Texas. It wlU take about three weeks after sub- scriptions are sent bolero the subscribers &*11' *PP°*r on the regular mating When sending1 notices of change of address, ei,unless the old as well as the r.ow address Is given, we cannot pay any attention to suob requests. Bend money for Thb Mbrotiry as speclflod abevt; all money for theKxchnnge must be sent to J. B. Holly, Dallas, Toms, care o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

Y í * > m{ir . .. THE SOUTHER#MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 18, 1889. ,/ wrviTJ THE DRDBR. Notice. Stockholders ot the Dallas Co. Alliance Milling and Manufacturing Co. meet Satur- day April 13,1889, at 10 o'clock at tha coun- ty courthouse. Aa business ot Importance 1 be transacted we hope all will attend. 11. N. Daniel, Seo. Notice. Fokt Worth, Tkxas. To County Secretaries: Brethren:—You will pleaae «end for extra blanks 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. Moons. To the Brethren of Pelk county: By virtue of the authority Tested in me as county business agent of Polk county, and by virtue of an agreement between Bro. J. T. Crawford, secretary Fanners Alllauce Exobange snd myself, I hereby leque-t all the members holding certificates of stock for tbe $2 assessment paid prior to June H, 1888,to Farmers Alliance Exobange to forward the same to me at Livingsto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

BÉBEE; up, with tur thought far away, and scarcely taring the wards spoken to ber. "Oh, pretty little fool! you understand well enough," «aid Lls«tto, grinning, ao «be rubbed up a melon. "Doe* he give you flne TWO LITTLE WOODEN SHOES. i«m.«e.i" or, By "OUIDA." ■ ^ I CHAPTER XII. Bat the next noon tinto brought him to the market stall, and the next alio, and ao the summer day clipped away, and Babee was quilo happy if abe saw him in the morning time, to give liim a fresh rose, or at evening by the gatea, or under the beech trees, when ho brought her a new book and sauntered a while up tho green loue beside her. An Innooont, unconscious love like Bebee's wants so little food to make it all content Booh mere trifles are beautiful and sweet to It. Suoh slender stray gleams of light suffice to moke a broad, bright, golden noon of per- fect joy around it All tho delirium, and fever, and desire, and despair, that ore in uiaturer passion, are far away from it; far as is tho flash of tho me-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1889. V > CORRESPONDENCE. Hard Pulling. Editor hbrcurt:—Excuie me for In- terrupting you In reading the many plen- did letter* received from the many corres- pond ¿ta of the dear old Mkrcurt, for I know you don't like to be disturbed when you are reading some of the letters which J see In Thk Mercuby. Well 1 Just tell you what 1 tbe plain truth, we are getting one of the tinest sprinkles of rains you ever read of In all your born days. It has been raining for the last twenty-four hours hard enough to knock tbe bottom out of your old white hat, if you bave one, and 1 guess you have, for nearly all ot us have one or two, and mine has just about seen its belt days, for I wore it out in tbe rain this morning and my head got Just as wet ns it could be. Wo have bad so much rain here tbe trees are bogging down and roads are converted into ■treams. I think navigation could be car- ried on almost anywhere down here in Gonzales county to advan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 28 March 1889

* r ■ ' THE SO UTHERN MERCUR Y: ¿X MARCH 28, 1889. □FFICIKL. T m, view with «orne degree «i ppr«- hentlon, the aetion of the State Alliance in organizing u national Alliance without consulting the brethren through the state. 2. That we are opposed to the sssunip- tlon of power by the State Alliance to change or nuieud the constitution with •'). That these resolutions be published in This Houtiikkn JIkucurv. oius. WOOKSOU, i J. a. O'AMl'iikli., í Com. Bpvoiml Notice. Jt is specially requested that each county secretary i-ecu re a competent lecturer to be at the county Alllauce meetings in April next, and It will be bit duty to represent the several enterprises of the State Allí- #ut the PProv 1 «< rstlUcutlon oi the sub- nnee, especially our state Exchange at Dal-1 Alllauce*. las. Brethren, we must rally to it, It will not do to falter now after so much tiuie ami money have been spent, and stand etlll ami loose what we have for the past two yeaia accomplished. No, brethren, I don'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

|lWT !UtP AT THK POBT OfnOI AT PALI AS, TMAI( A$ SBCOND CLAB0 MAIL MATCH! •! |P$' Hr. Official Journal of Texas State Alllanoe, and of the National Farmera Mlianoe.and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VIII. HO. 14- DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL4,1889. WHOLE MO. 362- _ V m i r p NEWS OF THE WEEK. •tat*. The building at Kyle, u*ed Jointly by the Prairie City business college and Kyle Bap- , tilt college, 1* burned. P. It. Hill of El Fmo, who came there froip California aiz yean ago, commits aulcide at the Wind- sor hotel. At a dance on a farm at Bmlth Prairie, a young man named Itich- ardaon called another young man out on pretenae of wanting to tee him and stabbed him to death. Geo. Patterson, a hostler at Clarksville, accidentally knooked a piatol off of a bed. It fired and wounded him in the thigh. W. E. Brown, for some years a prosperous farmer, commits sui- cide at Georgetown. Robert Oaborne, a railroad man at whiterigbt, receives a White Cap notice. The Southern Pa- cilio co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1889. RAW* THE FAMILY. ÍÍÍ- Ibtuorta County< Editor Mkbodbt:—Ai l see nothlmg from tbU part of tbe wot)d, X thought 1 would venture to aajr a fow w#rds, if you wiU allow me apace In your valuable paper. We tuve an Alliance Itero whioh la doing very well. We bave M member* In good standing. There are 12 lady membera and 1 think we attend our meetlnga very well, If I do aay eo, and I think that la what we •aght to do. Now, sitters, If we cannot do anything site we cun go and take a good dinner for our buibanda and friend*; per- ' hapa It will enable tbem to talk better. Tbey need aomethlng. But we need a good lecturer down here, and I hope we will have one thia epring. ▲ good leoture and • good doae of Mbkcciit once a week and I think we will be all right. I tell you, brothers and sisters, If we will take Tac AIkkouay and read it, I tbink it the beat paper we ean ruad to enlighten ua In tbe noble order, the Parmer* Alliance. Well I guea...

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

TBE SO UTHER# MERCVR r- DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL ¿ 1889. 4 V h ■ THE PKRM. Taxm Notes. (Oljiped from Furin, Field and Stockman.] la marketing poultry, "the early bird oaicbe* the worm." The early ehlckous are iboie that pay. Green food, gravel, ground bone, pure water, and a good dust batb, are aa Impor- tant aa regular feeding aud warm «heIter. You can aoon grade up a common flock ao that, lor egg aud meat production, they •wlil compete favorably with the pure breeds. ▲void having your bena too fat, aa eggs from «uch are lena apt to be fertile. They ■hould be kept with appetltea moderately ■harp. Plymouth Kocki are not persistent litter* with ui, but when we oome to market them, tbey pull down the aoalea and fill up platter nicely. Bread and butter la good, but If you had to make three meali a day from it lor six months, you would like a change. The fowl like a variety aa well aa you. Feeding poultry just when you think of It, or get around to it, ia poor policy. Ou the no care, no fee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAJS, TEXAS, APRIL J, 1889. £ " K 1 I « The Southern Mercury (ONK DOLLAR A YEAH IN ADVANCE) Published by tKe—— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. UUU> THIS OAUWU.T. Patronize those who advertise with us. Advwtlsln* rate* famished on application. Alway* mention lu Mucrar when writ i jr to advertiaara. Keep business natter* aeperate fromoor- nepondenoe intended for publication. Examino tbo figures en the label on your pa- par and sue that your time la correct Ü1 letter* Intended for Thb Mhhcü** «tber business or otherwise. should be mi- ned to Yin BotrruuiM Mbbodbt, Dalla* dressei Texas. It win take about throe week* after sub> aerlptlona are sent beftro tho subscribers Rimes will appear on the regular moling taiiora. When «ending nottoeg of ohnnjreof addrois. es, unless tho old a* well a* tho r.on ftildroua 1* riven, we cannot pay nny attention to uch requests. Bend money for Tub Mbhuukt ua specified • . .. jjxo^ - . «. -UOHJi uw'"" I Exohauirv Bank. PTWMH ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

• 'if." pR ' ;' • •• " i THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1889. 1 / Y THE ORDER. % Notice. Stockholder* of the Dallas Co. Alliance Milling and Manufacturing Co. meet Satur- day April 18,1889, at 10 o'clock at the coun- ty courthouse. Aa business ot Importance 1* to be transacted we hope all will attend. R. N. Daniel, Sec. Notice. fokt \yobth, TBXAS. To County Secretaries: Brethren:—You wlU please «end for •ztra blanks and make supplemental re- ports 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. Mookb. To the Brethren of Polk county: By virtue of the authority vested in me as county business agent of Polk county, and by virtue of an agreement between Bro. J. T. Crawford, secretary Farmers Alliance Exohange snd myself, I hereby request all the members holding certilioatea of stock for the $2 assessment paid prior to June 9, 16S8, to Farmers Alliance Exchange to forward the same to me at Liv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

' fíM KSS THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. APRIL 4, 1889. BEBÉE; or. HE TWO LimE WOODEN SHOES. By "QUID A." ,'H AFTER, 3CTV. In the deserted lane by the «wens' water, under the willow , the bones waited to take him to Mechlin; little, quick, rough korac*. with round braee belle, in the Flemish fash- ion, and gay harass*, and a low char-a-banc, in which a wolf akin and red rugs, and all a painter** many necessities, wore toesed to- gether. He lifted her in, and the little horses flow fast through the green country, ringing chimes at each step, till they plunged into the deep glades of the woods of Cambre and Bolgniea Solgniee is only a Flemish forost In a plain, throwing its shadow over corn iielda and cat- tle pastures, with no panorama beyond it and no wonders In its depth. But it is a fresh, bold, beautiful forest for all that. To Bebee it was as an enchanted land, and •very play of light and shade, every haro speeding across the paths, every thrush sing- ing in the leaves, ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

TBE SOUTHER# MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1889. / Y y : CORREBPDNDBNCB. Irnii County. Editob Meboubt:—I will «end you a ■bort communication IromBurdltt Alliance to let you know that we have not pawed over to the happy hunting grounda, but are «till alive to all Alliance enterprise . Our Alliance, like many other , ha some member* who ay the AlUanoe 1 no good. Ae the old saying 1 , they are Inclined to "orawlUh." Now I aak the que tlon, who 1 It that are Inolined this way? I It not thoie who expected to get rich In one or two yean, and becauae they didn't they are kicking like a bay steer. Now, brethren, let* read section 3 of our declaration of purpose , which says, "To develop a better state men- tally, morally, socially and financially. Now I ask again, has anyone been low- ered in any of these? If bo, kick, and bel- low too, and It not, lend us your aid and we will push the Alliance on to success. I suppose you are tired of this; success to The Mebcuky and Alliance A. Y. O. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 April 1889

w OFFICIAL. To ihe Secretaries who have failed to re* port for tlie term ending Deo. 81,1888: Ukkthrkn:—You ere hereby requested to «end In your reporta, aa they are long alnce due. if all your auba have net reported, do not watt any longer, but rt■ port what you have a they oan receive new pan word. If you have no report to niake, please send me name and poatotllce adUreu of president and aeeretary of your oounty, immediately, eo that I can get up new dlreotory of eame. Yours fraternally, 11.0. Moore. Bee., K. 8. A., of Texas. Lecture Departmént. All communications intended for this department should be addressed to IS. J. Kendrick, ¡Yaco, Texas. Appointments. 8TATK LKOXUKKK ▲If Smith, State Lecturer, will lecture the following counties as herein speclbed : Bed River county, 8 day , April 8 to U. Bowie county, 8 days, April 1& to 23. static lbctcber white. L. M. White, «tute lecturer, will lecture the following countlei a* herein specified: Montague four days, April U to 1Ü. No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 April 1889

(entered at tbi post opfic* at da luas, texas. as second class mail mattkh.l 7 K | Sfc-: I Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VIII. XO. IB. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, APRIL 11,1889. WHOLE MO. 863. HEWS OF THE WEEK. Liberty—George Walker, colored, wa hanged here for tbe morder of J. A. La- cour. The murder waa committed Jan. 29, 16S9. Walker oonfeiaed his guilt on the gallowi. He met his doom without a tre- mor, ssylnghe waa going straight to the arma of Jesus. Two thousand people wit- neaaed the execution. With his last sen- tence he reiterated hia atatement that his ■on, Sob Walker, and hia son-in-law. Brown, helped to commit the deed. He ■aid Brown drew him into the crime and be (Brown) struck the fatal blow. San Antonio—Prank Bosencrans, a far- mer living In the Helotes mountains, 20 miles north of San Antonio, came to his bouse from the fleJd and found his young- est child, aged 1 year, lying on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 April 1889

THE FAMILY. & m-' ¡2s á 'J H J Barkvlile. , i,; fCuiTOB Mibourt:—Will you permit member from Toledo Bend AUlanea to oome In ud chat «while with the dear brother and sisters? At J have never Men any* thing from this Alliance I will endeavor to write a ahort letter, It It la not worth much. We have a very good Alliance here; all It needa 1 a good lecturer to wake It up. Let u* gladly embrace our privilege by using every opportunity to apeak and work for the tucooia of the Allianee. A success It mu t be, If eaoh brother and alater be determined that It ahall be; and ne> doubt In the near future it will plaoe farmer* on a higher plane, by giving the right* for which they labor. I think Black Eyes write an excellent letter. I hope (he will write again. For fear of that horrible waate>ba ket I wllloloie. lhope when the membeia of thla Alliance see thli It will induce aomo of them to write. Success to Tan Man* curt. May many read it and profit by it' amnib tahbbb. the oovanra. •y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 April 1889

SO VTHmX MERCVR Y; DALLAS, TXXA3, APRIL 11, 1S89. i r y THE FHRM. Pumpkins as Oow Feed. I an surprised that io little ia «aid In four column* about pumpkin m an article of food for dairy cow*. Perhaps our famil- iarity with this old time lood leads to lta neglect, juat aa the larmer's aon goes paat the homeapun beauty of a neighbor's daughter for the more daablng attraction* of some city-bred miss, only to aee bia er- ror when too late. Your correspondents tell U* about ensilage, bay, corn, fodder, oats,corn,etc -sometimes they even mention root*—but never a word about pumpkin*, and yet thi* old-time food i* one of great eoniequence. It 1* eaay of production, producing i tu- rnante returna both for the ground occu- pied and for the labor expended. It la rel- iahed by all klnda of neat atook and be boga it i nourishing and healthful for them at all aeaioni, but more etpecially ao during the early winter montha, when they first come on to dry food. Milch cowa in par- ticular are great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 April 1889

W' THE SO UTEERJf MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 11, 1889. The Southern Mereury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVlKCK) Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BBAD THIS CAREFULLY. PitroulM those who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on application. Always mention In Mbbooby when writ id r to advertisors. Keep business mattera generate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on four pa- per and aee that your time la correct. All letters intended for Thb Mancua* whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thk Southern Mbbcury, Dallas Texas. U will take about three weeks after sub- serlptlona are sent before the subscribers names will appear on the regular taalln* •alleys. When sending notloea of ohango of address, ee, unless the old aa well as the r.ew address la given, we cannot pay any attention to suon requests. Bend money for Tun Mbboijbv aaapeolflod above{ all money for the Bichando must be sent to J. B. Kolly. Dal...

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