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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 May 1889

TBS SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 19, 1889. A-x THE ORÜER.I Notice. Fort Worth, Texas. To County Secretaries: Brethren:—You will please «end for extra blanks and make supplemental re- port to iny 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. Editor Mbrcuhy s—I would like to as- certain bow many co-opertlve stores are under the control oí the Alliance in south- western Texas, in order to know whether or not it would be advisable to hold a con- vention of the managers of such enter- prises to compare prices and discuss ways and means to moke them successfull by concentration ot our trade. All managers 1'avoring such a convention, please notify me at earliest oonvenleuce. Address letters to h. C. Bach, Gonzales, Texas. Henderson County. Editor Mercürt:—Our Alliance is getting along very well. We have thirty members in good standing. We have a co- operative store here and have all taken a share in...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 May 1889

ffrare WA™: THE 80UTRERNMT.vnrtvr. DALLAS. TEXAS. MAY 16, 1889. «SOU TUB DU.KY O INSPECTOR BYRNES Ujf JULIAN HAWTHORNE, Author oi "The Great Bank Bobbery," "An American Penman," Eta [Copyright by O M. Dunham, and published, through apee 1*1 arraugameiit by the Ainoncuu fruaa Aaaootattoo with Caasell & Co, Now York •Ad London.] 7HAPTER VIL " \Alt MARTIN. HILE these un toward events wero occurring at tho jewelry shop and the polioe office, An affair of a different no- tare was being transacted at the house of Mrs. NoJen. A couple ol weeks had passed since Valentine Martin had called on Mrs. Nolen and her daugh- ter, so that his appearance there that day had something of tho charm of nov- elty. Mrs. Nolen, however, was toe much upset by her interview with Percy to be able to extend the visitor a welcome, and that duty therefore devolved upon Pauline. The latter, it may be observed, had not been informed of her brother's pecuniary troubles, and only knew that her mother was for some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 May 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 16, 1889. I* CORRESPONDENCE. *t i Grayson County. Editor Mbrcury:—XI you will allow me space la yeur valuable paper I will give you a lew dots from this county. Tlia Alliance Is on a boom in this county. ^ 0 add new members to our Alliance every meeting; we have got the co-operative lever here, and it seems to be contageous we will soon start a co-operative store Wliltewrigbt, with u good capital, and think it will be one oí the wonders that the good book had reference to when It ■aid there would be wonders in heaven and in eurib, and I think the Alliance Is one of the great wonders the old prophet had referonco to when he spoke of the wonders of the earth. When we take up the history of the Alliance and see the power aud the force that has been arrayed against her, it is a wonder that it has ever stood the storm ; but 1 am proud to say to- day, so far as my knowledge extends, her banner moves proudly and triumphantly over this state, and alm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 May 1889

8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MAY 16, 1889. official. £mtuk lUiCucuKY:—owing to tbe num- osr oí letter* coining from ooun y presl tluuis and lecturer* csliTng for lecturers to visit them at they are greatly in need of Information in reference to our state enter- prises, I Uave thought it best to give pub- lication that at a meeting of the state board . held in the city of DallaN the 27th of April last, that it was thought best to can in some of our lecturers, not that they were Indifferent but because our stute funds wore too near exhausted, also that the State Exchange and Mkrouby could not pay their part of expenso*. It was also agreed that if any counties wished a lect- urer that I should appoint and send him, they paying expenses. Now, brethren, 1 am aatiatied that good lecturing through' out the stale will do moro to restore conil' dence in tbe order than anything else, so let every county do all it o«n in that dtreo tion. Choose the brother you wish to visit you and I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

i* *J L I Ü i A i?: ñ ItN'ftltlP AT TH POBT OITMC AT DAIXAB, THUS, At UC'OMS OLAU MAIL MATTCK.l Offloial Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. .fflt má i" i VOL. VIII. JVO. 21- DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY23, 1880. WHOLE NO. 869 EJtfT KB. TRUST. The general verdict ol the people wo learly umuimoua in denouncing the jute lagging truit a* one ot the mo t bare-laced iwlndlei of the age. Public «enttment waa againit the truit and the moral support of tlie people vu with the farmer of the ■outh. The trust was powerful, but the weight of public opinion, together with the fixed and determined antagonism of the representatives of the cotton belt that as- sembled at Birmingham, Ala., on May 10th and 10th, was the most powerful of the two, hence the result was not unexpected. The jute people who composed the trust readily ■aw that the cotton growers were a unit In their organization among the Alliance, 'Wheel and Union, and co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

V' THE CTMERJV MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, MA Y 23, 1859. THE FAMILY. New Mexico. Kditor Mbkcurv:—i ata to han pry (or reading that I took one of ay neighbor's Mkbcurys home and read it. J intend to carry it back the flrit op portunlty. I have itolen the rftad ing, bat will sot steal the paper. I prey God will help you to oarry the good work on and yoa will reap a higher reward lor yoar labor*. Let me thank you for the correspondent*' columns, the great feat- ure of your paper, because it represents so many different Alliances an gires opportu- nity for exchange ot thought by which we may know of each other's Joys and trials, am not writing because I expect a higher place than the waste-basket, for I don't, bat I think we all like to be appreciated, •Ten by the lowest, when we have done Weil, and I wish you to know that your Work Is appreciated snd that although pay differ with some of your correspond- ents that I enjoyed their letters, and that Th« Mxroubt would lea constant visi- tor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

tHE FARM. \Y Klnta hr thaXtarkat Garden. After the first complete planting of gar- deu crop , and when the ground baa once been fully occupied, the wtreful gardener wl|l plan for succession crop* to occupy each p!a«o as it bccomea vacant. The ground having- been well enriched in the beginning, antl well cultivated subsequent- ly, it will pay to work it for second, and even third oropa, than to manure and break up new ground. A a to the beat methods of eontinnusly occupying the land, each gar* dener mutt lie guided aomewhat by the needa of hla market. The first ground to become vacant will be that upon which were grown oniona, beeta and radishes. At the onions and beeta will be thinned in- atead of being pulled regularly-(the. largest being picked out m they become ready for market) vaoant places will be made in the rows. In these may be put cabbage plants ia second early kind) lining only ulternate rows, ao that by the time the flrat crop is off, the ground will be tully ocoupied ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

rjlÉL Va mTmfffl it Southern Mercury (OKI DOLLAR A YEAR IN JlDX<IMUSI Published by the STA TE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. «■AO THIS OAUfULLT. Patroat thoaa who advertlee with us. Advertising ratea f urniehed on applloatlon. Always mention In Mxaounr whan writ «E g to advertisers. Keepbueinees matura senerate fromoor- reepondenoe Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and eeo that your time 1* correct. letter intended for Tm Msftctrav 5£Sth®rJ)u lne« or otherwise, should bead- 4TMMd to An BODTBBIUI Maaouur, Dalla* At will take about three week after eub- ■orlptlona are vent before the subscribers íaSova. appear on the regular mallnir Whan sending notloea of change of address, ee, unless the old an well as the r.ew address la given, we eaunot pay any attention to auoh requests. Send money for Tus Mmoubv aa apeclfled «■boy*; all money for the Exchange muat bo mttoj. B. Belly. Dullua, l'uxaa, «are of atlcnal Bjcohange Bank. Make money orders, draft* a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

tí THE ORDER. srotiM. Fort Worth, Texas. To County Secretarle : Brxthkxn:—You will please «end for extra blanks and make supplemental re- port to my ofllce when two or more Alli- ance! report to yon. Do not wait to add them to your June report. Toure frater- nally. H. G. Moork. Editor Mkrcubt I would like to as- certain how many co-opertlve store are under the control of the Alliance in south- western Texas, In order to know whether or not it would be advisable to hold a con- vention of the managers of such enter- prises to compare prices and dlicuts ways and means - to make them successful! by concentration ol our trade. All managers favoring such a convention, please notify me at earliest convenience. Address letters to H. C. Bach, Gonzales, Texas. Qonzalea County. Editor Mkrcurt:—I wish I could write my thoughts as they come to me, and could write like some of your able con- tributors, but as it is I have to do the best 1 can. As I see in The Mercury It seems to me that the Allia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

' T--—•- TBE'SOVTBESJVMERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MAY28', 1889. C! i. P: fife: Q* THE DIABY OF XN8FSOTOB BTÍCÍE3. By JULIAS HAWTHOEUE, Author ol i "The Great Sank Bobbery," "An f American Penman," Eta "•Copyright by O. M. Dunham, and published, «rough «pedal arrangement by the Amoricun Praia Annotation with CaueUACo., Kew York and liondon.] CHAPTER X. PADLIKE. H E questlou Btaggerod Percy foru moment. "I didn't know you were going to Australia," be said. "To Australia, or Mexico, or South Amcrica, or tho North Pole; it don't mako much difference where. But lam going, and I'm going to morrow. And 1 want you to coma with me, Percy." "And jump my bail?" "And jump your bail." "I can't do that. Judge Ketelle is liable." "Havont I told you that I will settle all your liabilities? Half an hour before we leave New York, 1 will poet a check to him for the amount. Your friend Henry Cotton will receive hid dues this over' g; everything shall bo paid. And we will be off together and make a fort- un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

TBS SOUTEERX MEECURX' DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 93, 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. Klaaiaaippl. Editob Mbkouky:—X am a member of Bellmont Alliance, No. 445, and we are taw- ing Tax Mzkcukt, we And H to be one or the best papera In circulation. I bave been keeping up with It and And tbat no one else bat written tram tbla vicinity, io rather than be called a drone I will take the liberty of doing 10. I am lorry to say our Alliance It proiperlng over the left. The young ladies in thia vicinity are too proud to unite with the Alllanoe and the young men can't tay away from them long enough to attend, and the married la- dle* bave to stay at home to keep houie and their husbands are compelled to stay at home to keep them, consequently we do not prosper; but I believe the main thing that has been the matter is that we have been too careless. We would take Tom, Pick and Harry into our Alliance and each one took hold like a man and pulled In the opposite direction like a dog, aud the consequence was they to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 May 1889

Pm 1 Tr ME SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALE AS, TEXAS. MA Y 23, 1899. OFFICIAL. Editor Mkkcuky:—owlug to the Dum- ber of letter coining from county preal «lente and lecture celling for lecture to visit thein u tbey are .greatly in need of information in reference to our etate enter- prise , 1 have thought It belt to give pub- lication that at a meeting ol' the state board bold in the eity of Dallas the 27th of April last, that it waa thought best to call in some of our lecturers, not that they were Indifferent but because our state fuuds were too near exhausted, also that the State Exchange and Mkrouby could not pay tbeir part of expenses, lb was also agreed that if any oountles wished a lect- urer that I ehould appoint aud send hlui, they paying expenses. Now, brethren, J am satisfied that good lecturing through out the state will do more to restore contl dence in the order than anything else, so let every county do all it c n in that dlrec tion. Choose the brother you wish to visit you and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

If*-: tBNT«t D AT THE POST 01WCB AT PALLAS. TSXAS, AS SECOND CLAM MAIL MATTER.1 Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. SB VOL. VIII. NO. M. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY30,18S9. ÍW-' " 3 WHOLE NO. 370 THE SPRING MEDICINE YOU WANT Paine's Celery Compound Purifies the Blood, Strengthens the Nerves* Stimulates the Liver, Regulates the Kidneys and Bowels, Gives Life and Vigor to every organ. f There's nothing tike it. Use It Now! "Having used your Paine's Celery cotnpennfl this spring, 1 can sately recommend it as the most powerful and at tlio same time most gentle regulator. It is a splendid nerve tonic, and since taking it I have felt like a new man." K. E. Knokk, Watertown, Du'^'a. Wells, Richardson £ Co. Props. Burlington, vt. UDOU leel like a new man. As a general tonic and lining medicine, 1 do not know its equal." W. L. ükeen1.baf, t. «Brigadier General V. N. G., Burlington, Vt. l.oo. Six tor $5.00. At Drug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

Wkl TES SOVTBMW 1 f. sw' * ft , *-^v' K DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY SO, 1889. THE PHMIUY. What Woman o an do. Editor M*bcurt¡—If I ota And apace la your valuable paper I would like to nako a few remarka on that all-Important ques- tion of "what can woman do to belpT" I agree with Mxs. Maner, tbat we do not alwaya Work in tie right way. We apand too auoh time in trying to follow the trIt oloua fasbiois of the day. which will never enlighten our mlnda or ennoble our aouli, or vin an hour of happiness or content nieut. Unleaa we are contented with know* iag tbat we were more atyliabin dreaa than o Miss So-and'io, or tbat we looked better tbau Mra. Oruudy or somebody else who didn't have a thimbleful of senle. i think we ought to educate our ohildren Id all that la good and true, in bookt and out of tbem, that we are capable of teaching them at borne and abroad. Teach them that the cut of a ooat or dress or the color of a cravat or sash la second-class matter. Learn tbem to see and read the 'min...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

THE F*RM amase in\ DALLAS, TEXAS, MA 1889. ■r if Let the South Improve. Oblo yielded an average ot 78 bu of po- taioea per acre • In 1SSU. Farmer tu that state raite potatoes lor profit and fertilize and cultivate them to perfection. Mlohl- gan'a average wai 80 bu, Illlnoia' C"« Wle eoniln'i only 61, Indian a' 72, while that ol Louisiana, where little attention was paid to cultivation aud no fertilizers were used averaged 70 bu. With a little caw and tbe tame cultivation given tbe potatoe in other states, It Is sale to say that u crop hero would exceed that in any state named. Our merchants receive crate alter crate ol cabbages from St. Louis, or from some northern city. These after reaching their destination in a damaged condition retail at 10 to 25c per head. W hy should we ■end outside oi our own state when we can raise such line cabbages at home, save the freight and always have them iresh and nice? Cabbages are much more profitable than cotton and the average crop is 7000 to 80...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

I ,v;.l (OKI DOLLAR A TEAK IN ADV. Published, by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. ■ BEAD THIS OABIVULLT. Patronize tboeo who advertise with us. Advertising rates furnia bed on application. Always mention Tas Maaorer when writ id? to advertisers. Keep business matter* seoorate from cor- respondent* Intended (or publication. Examine the figures on the label on your Vr per and eee that your time la oorreot. All letters Intended for Tun Mbroubv whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thb Southbmv Merguhy, Dallas AOXMIi It will take about three weeks after sub- aorfptlons are sent before the subscribers names will appear on the regular mating vallera. , Wbon sending notloea of obanreof address, ea, unless the ol<l a well bb the r.ew address Is givon, we oannot pay any attention to such requesta. Bend money for Thu mkbcubv aa specified abe ves all money for the Kxchiuitfo must bo sent to J. B. tólly. Dallas, Toxfta. care of National Exohomre Bank. Make money orders, d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

_ THE BXCHKNBB. THE ORDER. ?vS Notice. Fort Worth, Texas. To County Secretaries: Bbithbbk:—You trill please send for extra blanks and make supplemental re- ports to ray office when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add tbem to your June report. Yours frater- nally. H. G. ttoo&x. Thx Mmrcubt calls the attention of ev- ery Alliance man in the south to the spe- cial announcement of our very liberal offer •o send The Mjskouky and National Econ- omist one year for the sum of only #1.00. The Economist is tbe national organ and is edited by Dr. C. W. Macune. Send your money direct to Thb Mkrcdkt at Dalla* at once, as the offer is open lor a short time only. _ Editor Mxbocrt I would like to as- eertain how many co-opertlve stores are under the control of the Alliance in south- western Texas, in order to know whether or not it would be advisable to hold a con- vention of the managers of such enter- prises to compare prices and discuss ways and means to make them succe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

J minor sound, somewhat re*em- blióg that produced by the wind on a telegraph wire, only infinitely more hol- low, deep and reverberating. It re- minded all over the level surface of tlio pallid seu, and appeared to be cchoed book frpm the horizon and the vault above, as if the heavens were a metallic luciotiuig uonio. It sung and resounded aud roared, but still with an inner sound, as if that which uttered it were still afar, or walled off by some obstacle that it hod not yet ovoroome. Everything elao was (Copyright by o. M. Dunham, and published, deathly still; the plash of tlio foam through apodal arrangement by the American a(raiuSt th0 vessel's bows and under her *nnm AxffM'Infinn *iih Poaull Jb ÍV N«w Vnrk ® . . . . . . ., . stern was the only other sound, but that VftOM THB DIARY or imbpxotob btbmbs. ► • By JULIAN QAWTEOBHE, Author oi "The Great Bank Bobbery," "An Amerioan Eanman," Eta 'nam Association with CaaseU ft Co., Mew York tad Loadou.) CHAPTER XII. t SHADOW OF DEATH. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

ÍÉXÍOVTÉÍ^ JttROVSTi PAILAS, TEXAS, MAY SÓ, 1899, .. .4 í'J, j CORRESPONDENCE. Pleasant Bub Alliance. Editob Mbbcdby:—This Is the flrat for me to write lor print. I bat* been wait- ing for tome one to write from Pleasant Eun A Ulano , but wait In Tain. I am a weak member, but 1 have come to stsy. 1 am determined to work for tbe Alliance cauie aa long at life «ball latt. A great many of our memberi have grown cold and dropped off, but tbe re are a good number left, and we are determined to keep the Alliance moving at this plaoe. We have forty-five member* In good standing and ■till they come iu. At our last masting we bad two apphcationi for membership, with the prospect of several more to follow. Air. Editor, we need something to alimu. late our Allianoe in the form of a ieoture, and more Mxkcdrt. 1 will say that 1 take the grand old Mbrcury and would not be without It If It eost three times aa much as It does. Crops look aa fine as could be wished lor. With best wishes to the edito...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 May 1889

« ■*- <1 A . /* ft •*- W' THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. MAY 80, 1889, <áHm n ij OFFICIAL. Rditob Mckcuky:—Owing to Ute nuo- Der of letters coming from county pretf do ni and lecturer* calling for lecturer* to vi«it them m tliey are greatly in need of inioruiailou lu referenoe to our itaie enter- prise*, 1 liavc (bought it beet to give pub- lication that at a meeting or the «tale board held m the city of Dallas the 27th of April last, that it was thought best to oall to some of our lecturers, not that they were lnditle:ent but because our state funds were loo «ear exhausted, also that the State Kxohaugf and Mkrousy could not pay their p rt of expense*. It was also •greed that if any counties wlslied a lect- urer that 1 should appoint and send lam, they paying expenses. Xow, brethren, 1 am satisfied that good lecturing through- out the sute will do more to remore confi- dence in the order than «nytblng else, so let every county do all it oi n in that direc lion. Choose th...

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