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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 October 1888

a t, ■ 'Ll ■"1L 1 1 nCPOBTAHT. w« wtefc to urge upon til tUo brethren to w their subscriptions at onee. TnK owht hu long been your «dvoea'.e of ta and justice, and In order that we «on keeping U to t>iat high standard o '•rth. we appeal to you to fend us one ■dollar and renew your time for one year; tbua assuring you of unbroken flies and no 'missing a tingle number. Vr'c promise you value received. The outstsndiug nock la Tart South- -un Mixci'Rr 1'ublUblng Company will lM received at tbla office in payment for «ubacriptions to Th* Mercury. Send «long your stock and get your tine ex- tended. Hy order of the State Alliance the tub- «erlptlon price of Th* Mbrcu t from and «iter August 2StU, 1888, wlU be an follow*: One year. $1.00 ftlx months. .... wte. Three months, .... íí«. Invariably In adrase*. Toeltlvely no pottage atampa taken. Tbxhb CarrEBpandencD. THS 8QPTH38BN JCBBCITftT i DAXLAi*, TEXAS, OCT. 1« ■<W;* w ■ ÍÍ Ox Stiver Rep.lea. it on on Mkrcukys— I do not see thnt any...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 October 1888

THE SOUTHERN MBBOUBT DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 16. V;! Ijf'? m* $sy. ■■(. Uy IMPORTANT. wM. t« ur^e «pon «II tbe brethren to tmwmv their nilikerlptioni ut once. Tiik Wkiictry Iish long been your advócate of tfrutii and juMlm , ttn<l in ordor that we con «mu Ucoiung it to tiat lilfflt standard o* ■•Nirtli. wo ttppeid to you to Bend u one «Miar and renew your lime for one year; <ku« assuring you of unbroken tllea and no «toslnj a «Ingle number. Wo promise you value received. The oKUtanding stock in 'J'hk South- nuf Mkbcuhy Publishing Company will 1m received at thin ofllco in payment for «ubacrlptlons to Tiik Mkkcuiiy. Send «long your stock and get your timo ox- tended. By order ofthc 8talo Aliianco the sub •cripUou price of Tun Mkhcu y Irom and «Iter August 28th, 1SSS. will be an follows : ©no year. $1.00 Six month*. .... (Me. Three months, .... ;«>c. Invariably In advanco. Positively no stage stamps taken. □thon States. 1 OUI3IANA. Editor Mbkcumy:—• Sublno parish Ih ^bounded on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 October 1888

Wmí 1 SOUTJ MSHOtJHY : DALLAS, TEXAS. TUESDAY, OCT mm =m ie of • ■ • fe Í;M I w By ALEXANDRE DUMAS. chapter in. the cae::: o:; thb Mzr.OELLt::.v. Ten minutes afterward, Masaniello brought bis bar!; and its occupants safely into the roadstead of PozsuoU. They immediate!)* sot ofTtor Uaplcs, whence tlioy were diilaiit two go Til leagues. Kucli was the origin of tho singnlar acquaintance which wna iormod between the daughter of tho viceroy uud the poor fisherman uud his sister. From that timo Isabella constantly en- deavored to inspiro her father with some «ompajsnion for tho misery oí the people. But tho viceroy of Naples, whose policy was in- «pirod by a cold, unrelenting nature, and whoso heart wa3 closed to every generous feeling, facetiously joked hi3 daughter on her new "hobby;'' and when sho hinted at the possibility of a revolt, he replied, with a burst of laughter: "Tho people, my dear child, oro liken beast of burden—the more you load them, the less will they l:ic!:." A few d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 October 1888

'¿ifSw' Vsí^liSfe^'' ' Pf"* " ' '• * • 3 - —~—~~ DAIlLAB, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 16. W$ M; ncroKTAjrr. We with to urge upon «11 the brethren to renew tlieir subscriptions at one*. Thk Mkrcuxt bu long been your advocate of tram and Justice, and in order that we eon* tloue keeping it to tbat high standard o worth, we appeal to you to aend ua one dollar and renew your time (or one year; thus Beaming you of unbroken flies and not Mining a alugie number. We promise you value received, Tlie outstanding stock in Tiiic Soirrn- uh itircdrt Publishing Company will be received at thia office in payment for «ubaeriptions to Tac Miacuar. Send along your aiock and get your time ex* ended. By order of the State AJIIanoo the eub. ■eriptlon price of Tiix Mkrcdt from end •iter August 28th, 18 , will be as follows: One year. f 1.00 Six months. • BOo. Three months, .... ¡¡bu. ■ Invariably In advanoe. Positively no poet age etampe taken. II LABOR NEWS. A new machine shop giving employment to a bulge numbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

r i I Mtomu M MI.M , KM «IMM «1.W UM MJrtTMM -*ibs- ** «wí*«rsws~3Prv- .'.ve.1 —w j®.- '• ft 1- of tkm Tenas State Affiance, and of the National Farmers AffianceoMd Co-Ofrrativ ümbm of America. TOL. VIL NO. 43 DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 8d WHOLE Ni;. ¿39. B. C. ETTAHTS CO., FORT WORTH, TEX. IMPORTERS, JOBBERS and RETAIL DEALS US IN ... DRY GOODS, Carpets, Upholstery Millinery, Hats, Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES. húmense Stock to Select from, -i- At Popular Prices I «QP* I It LouU, Nashvlllo, Memphis, Little Hook, and Birmingham, Ala, JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. 0800,000 CAPITAL, All goods warranted and sold low for cash. Quick sales and small profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable suc- cess. It is well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write us befoss purchasing"ji" a two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO., Nashville, Teno. ■ •" i. jf X ■ 9. 0. ffKMUNO. P. T. COURSE* LAND, LAND! Persons wishing to buy, s*U or oxebango c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

Mflfi mi wí^M T ¡pÉl keeping It to till high standard o we appeal to you to send us on* dollar and renew your timo for on* year, thus assuring you of unbroken flies and not mImIdk a single number. We promise you value received. The outstanding atook In Thb South BM MnoniT Publishing Company will be racelrsdat tbla office in payment for subscriptions to Tan Wkrourt. Send along your atoek and get your time ex- tended, By order of tbo State Aliunde the sub> •crlption price of The Mkrcu y from ijnd after August 28th, 1888. will be as follows: One year. $1-00 Six months, .... (IDo. Three months, .... tac. Invariably in advance. Positively no postage stamps taken. THE FHRM. Take a Lesson From tliu Farmer. Thero'i a lesson In the saying of a furraor in v tho w«sr, That of othor things In llfo, as well, might answer for n test. Shn'l I giro tho lesson to you ? •Will jou hoed its teachings 1 Well, Listen to mo but a moment and tho story I will toll. Wo are out among tho milk cows, speakin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

: been your advocad Of , and In order that wo eonr it to that high «tan dud o appeal to yon to aend ua one 1 renew your timo for one year. : you of uubroken titea and not : a slugle number. Wo promise y o u elved. •landing itook in The South* Ikucury Publishing Company will Ired at thia office in payment for Ipiioni to The Mercury. Send your stoeli and get your time ex- order of the State Alliance the tub. iptlon price of The Mbucuy from and ' August 2SIJ , 1SSS will be as follows! Onoyeur, ..... #i,00 Six months. .... (lOu. Three months, .... 15c. r'. Invariably in advance. Positively no stage stamps tulion. THE FAMILY. = Tii'nUs. I P P' What tb.o Htib; Bpf' t's it funny placo taas they've joit 1110 in- eull«r )>litoWay,.! (vm'tbOK U i tell tUovurlout thiu ■« 1 neo — Ijiuks tlm'l ai.o ooriftin'y noa- to ine. tlilnU: ¡Í 1'U been ooiwoltcd. I'd lure arrant d tliliijrs 1.101 o lio a baby's si lo; For a ill n aril noiv, iv> vr-roder we squall— abiea düis't tiuvM any thaw (it nil....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

bOUTHXBN HKRUUKV üaLUK. HEXAh OCT. 23 The Sotrthern Mercury 1 (one dollar A year in advance.) -Pnbllihed by— STATE ALLIANCE PRINT- ING BOARD. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. r<i tro til zo thoso who advertise with us. Advertising rnteg furnished on application. .Always mint Ion TnE Mercury whon writ ing to advertisers. Keephusiroa* inntU'M senerat" from «Jor- ro? omlcnco intended for publication. Examino tho fliriin-K on the label on your l>a- por and seo that your timo Is correct. All letter intended tor Thk Mkhoury whether business or otherwise, should bo ad- dressed to Tub Soutiiiimn Mkhcury, Pallas, Texas. It will tak< about three weeks nftor silt*- Serlptlons i o sent bofrro tho subscriber* names will appear on tho regular moling gallovs. Whon sending not loes of chango of addro's. es, tiuless the old nc well us tho r.ow address I (liven, wo cannot pay any attention to such requests. Stud money for Tiik Mmtf'ury asspoolflOd Bhovi-j all i ">noy for the Exchange must be sent to....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

y? in < ¡ :i 1 1 IMPOETANT. We wish to urge upon *11 tbe brethren to renew.tbeir subscriptions at once. Thk Mercury lia long been your advocate of trutn and justice, and iu ordor that we con- tinue keeping; it to tbat high standard of worth, wo appeul to you to send us one dollar and renew your time for one vean thus assuring you of unbroken files and uot missing a single number. We promise you value received. I? ' % 1 Tbe outstanding stoék in The South- ern Mercury Publishing Company will be received at this office in payment for subscriptions to Tub Mercury. Send •long your stock and get your time ex- tended. By order of the State Alllanco tbo i>ul>- icrlptlan price of The JIercu y from aud After August 2Sth, 1S3S, will be as follows : One year, $1.00 Sir months. .... (|(j<¡. Three months, .... kbo. Invariably in advance. Positively no postage stamps taken. THE ORDER. Law And Candidates. Brazoria Co. Texas. Editor Mercury:—Our County Alli- ance mot on Oct. ft, with Alp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

fv\: üL • #- >,v. ie FishcrmaQ of Naples. By ALEXANDRE PUMAS. CHAPTER V. A 6CSPICIOUS MEETINO Night was descending. Masaniollo, on leaving tho cabin, thought ho perceived a human form seated at kojuo distance, under a bower of wild pomegranate and olivo troca. Be fancied that this might bo a epy, but, as ho had no timo to low, ho passed on, and two minutas afterward was in Piotro'a cabin. Tho smuggler made an effort, and roso to welcome Masaniollo, whose band ho shook cordkilly. Ho wok a man of about 110, with a frank, loyal expression of countenance, und had arras which seemed formed of Iron sinew. "Remain sente.l, Piotro," said Masaniollo. "Why did you not come to seo' 1110 yvitcr- day J" asked the wounded man. ''Because I had nothing but my ruin to tell you of; but today it Is difforont." "Will you not revengo yourself?" said the .smuggler. "To-morrow," replied Masaniello, "Naples will bo "freo, or 1 shall have ceased to live." "You are going to rouse tho people, then? You are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

■ «TV fiOTTTBTRTr^iMFWiinrT^Vi A&^S#TWKAS,0CT.3* "V«!5 8 fX t, Wp w(k1> to m iro upon •'! I it** lnvi'i.ren to renew their subscriptions >it once. Tim Mkkcuuy linn long been your ndvocate or train unci Justice, Hud in order tbar we eonf tuiuc keepiiif; it to that lilgh stnpdtt!'d o worth, wo up peni to you to stud us one dollnr and renew your time for one yeart thus (muring you of unbroken files and no missing a Ungía number. Wo promise you Value received. The outstanding slock Jn The South- ern Mekccry Publishing Company will bo received at this o (Ike in payment for subscriptions to Tub Mercury. Send along your stock and get your time ex- ended. • By order of the SUte Alliance the sub icription price of Tun Mkrcu y from and alter August 28th, 18SS, will be us follows : One year. - - - - $1.00 Six month*. .... <J0c. Three months, .... i!6o. Invariably in advance. Positively no postage stamps taken. FDLIT1CHL. Pro toot ive Tariff. Trover, Cal. Rimtok M rrcury:— A taiifi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1888

^ í' Jífltdbi í í i M^t p¡^SS«X2í live Uufon of America was to meet lor tbo year ending 1888 according to the law of tbo IVJierous. I, (VW. J|Iaoiwe, did us presi- dent of the ^t^n | Fftfijiwp Alliance Atui Co-operative.Union of Amerien, lime my proclamation >0u or about tbe 24th day of September* postponing laid regular meet- ing Irom thevMad Wedneiday In Ootobor, 18S8 to tbe^Owcmy of January 1889 ón ac- counts? the prevaloncv of yellow fever, and 0tW.reap<m«, *pd, Whereas, Since that time, L. L. l'olk first vice-president of tbe National Farm er's Alll^ce and . Cb-operativo ynlon of America bat petitioned from llalelgb, North Carolina that suld meeting he held at an earlier date, and, Whereas, Isaac McCracken, president of tha National Agricultural fallecí of Am«r|.ca lias made official proposition to tlile National Alliance, and that by change of meeting of said Natloiul Alliance toan earlier date, ho would cause the meeting of tbe National Wheel to bo held at same time and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

- liw. ldwtiv'!' I " \' n M by • j\ i i t I P 1 % [bxtkkbd at the post office at dallas, tbi as, as íbcokd cl.abb wail m at'lbh ,1 Official Journal of Texas VOL. VII. JVO. U. State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America DALLAS, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. SO. 1888. IMPORTERS, JOBBERS and RETAIL •« DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, Carpets, Upholstery, Millinery, Hats, Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOKS. ImmtiM Stock to Select (Iron, At Popular Price* It LouK, Nashville, Memphis, Little Rook, and Birmingham, Ala. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •B00,000 CAPITAL, 1=2 EH All goods warranted and sold low £. for cash. Quick tales and small VHT W profits is the motto that has won for J W * uT this company such remarkable suc- ■vi jj cess. It is well known and thor- ■|mn m oughly reliable. Write us before purchasing; a two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO,, Nasimille, Tenn. MlHMM Engines, Boilers, General Repairing and Supplies. SIMPSON, HAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

I IR' ■fe mi Uo Tomiomamber. little | ai^omei w year-1 How yenr- ago we t<- o Haw naught but love Illu In sunny dajrt or winter wi Do you recall in youvjrér To part u day was bhte Love's light was hid luT Till meeting cleared tii? i fig Of the «1 Oo-opcra> eet lor the o law of tho In October, 84th ) hall. us proal Duo and Usue my day of alar meet- Do you remember how wein Octobor, Would stare Into each otty¡9 on ac. Till all tho earth grew heaveSL. H And speech was lost In lap™ Do >o j another thing recall, That used to liuppen ofton t How, simply pusslng lu tho Wo'd stop to smile and kiss agi Do you remember how I sat And reading, hold your hand Caressing it with gentle pat- One pat lor every bit-used line? Do you rooalt how at the play Through hours of agouv wo la; Tho lover's irrlof'a brought Oh,wo rejoioed wh*n thay And then walked iiomewui llenoath the oi-esoentmooniet i That smiled on us with sllont eh^n ro. do glud that wo wore married, Ah, ino, 'twas years and > ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 30. ,6 Southern Mercurv Pend lar8e,y on «ecretaries business agents for the facts, (oh* dollar * tear ur advance.) -Published by— ' STATE ALLIANCE PRINT ING BOARD. and and BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize those who advertise with ui. Advertising rates furnished on application. toí to^wttt TH" MEaCCRY whon w,t wSSS!jSSfaW. generate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. «iíS'íí.®? 5*ure« on the label on your pa- per and see that jrour time la correct. 'et,tei* 'ntendod for The Mkbcurv or otherwise, should bead- Texás E DTH*RN M,RCUHY' take about three weeks after sub- ^_PJion,,..*re 8en* befrre the subscriber* gaHevs. "ppear 0D When sending n «.«nteM the old as well aa~the now address inf.. ?•we oann°t P y any uttentlon to suoh • vQUOItl, Bend money for The Mercury as speclfled ¡P*.v': ¡ Ell money for the Exchange roust be •®nt to J. B. Itelly, Dallas, Texas, care of National Exchange Bank I Make moifov orders, drafts and all remit- ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 30. Ha THE DRDER. p j An Outside View. * RpBEKTsos Co., Texas. Editor Mercury :—The Elliott f Alliance, No. 37S0, has at present 106 members, all working and striv- ing for their glorious association; working for the time when the far- mers will come out from under the ■detestable yoke of oppression; striving for the time when the far- I mer will be the topmost in the land, i They know how the farmers for a century past have been forced and driven, till now in the?>e later days they l ave risen and will continue to rise until they are foremost, and will stand out as the mainstay of America. Then they will be looked upon as men and not as drudges. Their wives and daughters will no longer be compelled to take the hoe and nlow to follow a man's work in the fields, but will stay at home and "mind the dairy," while their hus- bands and brothers follow their vo- cation in the field. As I am not a member, of course I cannot know what the Allianc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 30. (He Rshennan of Naples. By ALEXANDRE DPHAflL CHAPTER VIIL RSTSLATIOir. When the daughter of tha Duko of Afcos recovered and n« that Uasaniollo had left the cablu, iha undantood that tho young man had vesolvod to mako tho sacrifico of her lows. She had wep,t at his knees, had owned her affoction, and yet ho had remained inflexible. The prido, therefore, of tho noblo Spaniard suddenly overcamo her despair. Sho roso up haughtily, imposed, with a ges- ture, silence on Jeanne, who was attempting to console tier, and, to the great satisfaction 9i Damo Cedrilla, left the cabin. TV hen she arrived in Naples tho streets wero empty. AH thoso who usually lilted tfeem at that hour hr l yono to tho catacombs. Isabella hurried through tho city, and was soon iu tho sumptuous apartments into which Inez bad recoivod orders to admit no one. "Oh, ITeavenl señora, whoro can you have been to at this hour if said Inez. "Silencol" replied Daine Pudrilla. Then, approaching ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

TEXAS, OCT. 30. political. Til* OIA Parties Untrue. SUNNYSU , TSXAB.. Editor Mbrcurt;—Please allow mo •pace for a few remark*. I it right to be consistent? la it right to be honest? I think it la not only right, but a duty we owe to ourselves. poaterlty and govern- ment. When the State Alliance met at Cleburne the brotherhood of the order de- manded the repeal and the enactment of certain lawe by our repreaentativea, both atate and national, which 1 believe were the following: The repeal of the national banking law, and tho enaotment of a law to prohibit the issuance ot- bond*, national, atate, county or city; pay up the bonded debt; do away with the alien ownerahlp ot land; the election of president and vice- president and United States senators by a direct vote of the people; the issuance of government money direct to the people at a low rate of Interest; no discount on money Issued by the government whether It be gold,silver or paper money; the government ownership of communicati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1888

labor news. The Bricklayer* and Masons' International Union now has 176 unions. Over $200,000 lias a pension. Daniel Hand, an aged resident of Guilford, Conn., has Riven to the Ainerloun Missionary Society of New York, (il.OOO.fOOfor VWVU uv" MS © * I" " ttlUIIBi . VUl IIIMS I " J . 1 I 4L. IJ been expended In strikes, and $860.00 In other the education of the corred people In tbo old beneflta. ! slave st>t"s of tin- south. I he Cheyenne In I imkato are <lyinK of starvation on account of the cold weather. The different building trades of Pittsburg i are gradually Increasing In membership, which fact Is all the more satisfactory when the abundauce of wage-earners of this de acrlptlon now In that city Is taken Into consid- eration. Cabinet Makers' Cnlon No. 1, and Furniture- workers' Union No, 7, of New York City, will, A negro named Smith, at Hopklnsvllle, Ky., In a fit of Jealousy beat his wife to death and then attempting lo swim a river with his ohild to escape the sheritr, ...

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