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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

•ft HP l't > • t ,T'i' / r r u tEWTEIlEO AT THE POST MflOl AT PALLAS. Will it SBCOSrP CI.AM VAIL UATTIR.l Offloial Journal of Texas Stats Alliance, and of the National Farmers ¿Ufane* and Co-operative Union of ¿America. VOL. VIII. m 23. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜRSDA Y, JUNE 6, 1889. NEWS OF THE WEEK. ■tata. Waxahachie—The Waxahachie dli- trlct Alliance will meet here Friday, June 14. Taylor—One hundred thousand pound* or wool will be (hipped from here next Monday. Crockett—None but interested parties Want the present railroad schedule chung- ad. It suits the general publlo tlrst-rate. Austin—Tile Brazos Land company filed an amendment to its charter yesterday ohauglng its principal oflice from Colum- bia to Corpus Cbristl. El Paso—The El Paso Southwestern mining exchange was permanently organ- ized by the adoption ol a constitution and by-laws and the election ot W. M. James president. Waxahachie—A servants' house was burned in the yard or B. W. Fearis Tues* ceivsd here of the killing I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

*'• .u>«: %>% 'Ik. !WS*> __mri THE FAMILY. , ——— ■ ■ ■- —j^mrnrnmW *• Mdmi to the District Allianoe at !>••■ villa, Texan. by mrs. blanchk m0qak1tt. Ilow many of Its moit zealotw member* realize the value of our Instituto í How «uny thlnlc, or know what It ban done and la doing for the country generally, and for the farmer eapeolally t It la a noble work, tnd wo want moro lntareat. Talk for It, and work for It, and let tbe grand plan move on. The much abused expression, "the downtrodden farmer," la now a mil- nomer, for ho stands at tbe head of tbo honored, and honorable In hla noble call- ing, And what haa wrought thin delight- ful change ? Tbe old-laahloned idea that farming requlrea an education, 1s bidden nwajr with other lalie Ignorant notion of the dark agea. Burled never to be resur Tooted. And In Its etead baa grown and blossomed and borne wonderous fruit, tbo knowledge that education la not only very Important, but an actual nccosmty. Kadi 'armor ought to have b...

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

■: . ?,« i-' * 1 ▲ «teal rake, will long and sharp teeth, la one of the moat efieotlve of weeding im> plómenla, and If uaed "early and often" will keep land clean, with little labor.— American Agriculturist for June. Take three pounds each of flour of sul- phnr and quick lime. Slack the lime and boil with the sulphur In alz gallon* of wa- ter until reduced to two gallons. Allow thla to settle, then pour off the cleat liquid and bottle lor use. An old Iron pot will answer to bol) it In. A gill of this liquid mixed with Ave gallons oí water, is an ex- cellent prevention and cure for mildew upon plants—showered upon them as soon as the mildew appears.—American Agri- culturist for June. Beraedy 'or Plant Lie*. Tobacco water Is an old and useful ap- plication lor the "green fly" and all other plant lice or aphides, upon house plants or upon those in the open ground. Tobacco ■terns, or auy other kind of tobacco, may be covered with water in a keg or othor convenient vessel and allowed ...

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

LJi*> ■r •' ' , y ■ TB* BÓVTmnxMEm™* vallas; iSHi The Southern Heronry (0*B DOLLAB A YKA& IN ADVANCE) Published by tht STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BIAS TÉXB OAIIVUU7. Patronise those who advertise with us. Advertising rate* furnished on application. Always mention Thb Mbrodbt when writ >ng to advertisers. Keep buiineiA matters generate from cor- respondence intended for publication. Eiamlno the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your timo Is correct. All IctterR Intondod for Tiib Mbboohv «bother business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to The Sodtuehn Mbhcdhy, Dallas 'leías. H will tuko about three weeks nftor tub- script ion n are sent before the subscribprs names will appear on the regular mating sailers. When sending not loes of cbaniceof address, ee, unleu the old as well us the r.ow address la given, we oannot pay any attention to suon requests. Bend money for Tn* Mrncunv as speolfled abeve; all money for the Exchange must be sent to J. B. Kelly,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

THÉ SO VTEERJf MBRCTM Y: ITJllAS, Tfrf.W. fffiTB 8, 18*9: the: drqbr. M i Notioe. Fort Worth, Texas. To County Secretaries: Bkkthkkí:—You will please send for •xtra blanks and make supplemental re- port to my oilice when two or more Alli- ances report to you. Do not wait to add tbem to your June report. Your frater- nally. H. G. Moobb. The Mkrcurt call* the attention of ev- ery Alliance man in the south to the spe- elal announcement of our very liberal ofler to «end Thk Mercury and National Eeon- omlit one year for the «urn of only $1.00. The Economist 1b the national organ and is edited by Dr. C. W. Macune. Bend your money direct to The Mkrcüky at Dallas at once, as the oiler is open lor a short time only. Editor Mercury I would like to as- certain bow many co-opertive stores are under the control of the Alliance in south- western Texas, in order to know whether r not it would be advisable to bold a con- vention of the managers of such enter- prises to compare prices and discuss wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

*' tl$? 'J'ME SOUT1ÍERJV MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JUJVJS r. 18 W. i FROM TUB DIARY OF INSPECTOR BVRMB&, : J5y JULIAN HAWTHORNE, Author of "The Great Bank Robbery," "An American Penman," Bta íOopyrlRht hy O. M. Dunham. anA "V through special orrauKomi-nt by Uie American Pi«*a Association with Outsell £ Co., Mew York sua London.) V%" ,~ 'M4> CHAPTER XIV. A FOWraUPCL A1A.X. EVERAL díiT Aftxt thin ««rent, the inspector wa* informed that .1 i lady desirod tcaoc ' hira. He R a ve | ordnrs that eho be Í admitted, and a young woman dressed in mourn- ing entered the room. She waa pale and hand- sonic, with pow- erful dark evos The inspector roso and placed a chair for her. She sat ^own, regarding him with groat intcnt- He&>, as if endeavoring to satisfy herself what manner of man ho was. ^ "Can I be of any assistanco to you, jnadamP' the detectiro inquired.* "I hope you may," was iter roply, "for I don't know where to look for help, un- less to you. You wero officially cogni- ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

YRE SÓVTÜERNMERCURY* DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNE 8]18891 CORRESPONDENCE. Editor Mkrcuky -.—Seeing nothing from this pari of the country, and meditat- ing over the many blessings 1 have enjoyed in the Alliance, and contemplating having t line time In the luture, I leel duty bound to come before the brotherhood again to put aome one in remembrance of the past hard time . You have beard a great deal ibont hard time, and the oauae ol the hard ilmei. One great cause lie at our own loort. You remember Bro. Smith said a food deal about hard timet,but the brother left out a part of our own guilt. Let me lell you what I nee with my own eye . I lee lota of poor men with large family, ay tarly In winter, go to town and stay all lay, and before they will go home and eat llnner with their famille , why, sir, they dt around the «tore and beg the merchant tor credit; then they buy cheese and crack- tri, oy tefs, sardines, «almona and all such thing aa that on a credit, call their friend ip and treat them;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 June 1889

>'3 TEE SOUTEERJTMERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS. JUJVE G, 1889, OFFICIAL. To the member* ot the Farmer* All tenue «I Tex ni, greeting : Every mall brlugs uie pressing aoltolta* tioa and appeal*, irom varloua portion of our atate talcing me to viilt and lecture tbem in the Intereit of our order. « Brethren, it ta very painful to me to be forced to anuounoe to you that I am worn out. I have taken on ao much extra work In the way of lecturing, and have gone through ao much expoiure that I have con- tracted a bronohial aifectlon that now threaten* me aerloualy, and the probablll- tie* or* that 1 will not be able to do any more leoturlug at all. Realizing the situs, tion, 1 have concluded to rest through June, hoping by ao doing that i may be •ble to do «orne work in July. Brethren, porhap* I may never be able to go out r.mong our people, and warn them of tlie danger* that threaten our nation any more, but no long a* it i« my duty to atunil at the helm of our old ship. 1 will guarantee to you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

<X M w «ttfcw IlNTMtBD at the pogt'ofwc at dallas, texas, al second ot.am hail MATTER.! to Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. vol. nn. jvo. u- dallas, texas, thursday\ june IS, 1889. whole no. 872 NEWS OF THE WEEK. State. Harold—The outlook for a wheat crop iras never better here and the quality la Very fiae. * Waxahachib—The E111 county teach- er's Institute will hold their next meeting In Waxahachle, Saturday June 15. Bubnbt—Railroad Agent Hamlll re- port wool shlpmtuts from this point for the month ol May thin year, at 280,000 pounds. San Angelo—The man Vermillion who was shot died, and his funeral was at- tended by the man Toggard, who killed him. bandolph-One farmer reports worms on hlB cotton, but they have done no serious damage. Grave lears are felt, however. Taylor—Colonel John Allen Gano sold to Mr. Francis Flournoy 100 acres of land, two miles from town, for $8,&00 cash. Austin—Professor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

¡•vífr-. " WJ, TEE SO VTBERJf MERCÜE Ti DALIAS, TEXAS, JUME 13, THE PRMILY. Baa Saba County* Edito Mkrcdby:—If the gold of my silence could be coined the «am total would be lufflcient to treat you all around to a chew of tolu, for it ha been some time tmce I wat last among you. Laura Oakly'e «ad letter called me out. Laura, you have my heartfelt aympathy In your íecent bereavement. I once pasted through the trying ordeal of seeing the bonds of love and friendship severed by the cruel band of death, hoard three moth- erless children asking lor "mamma." Yea, verily, pity "make* all hearts throb as one." Ood will surely prepare a way of eseape, or if Marsh be Marah He will aland by the brink; so we must not despair. Ood knows what keys in the human heart to touch In order to draw out harmonies. They may be the minor keys of sadness and sorrow, or the loftiest notos of Joy and gladness. "The man lives without trial dies but half a man." Sorrow is the native soil of manhood and self-reli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

mCVRY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JVJWS 13, 1889. UL b* THE PBRM. nH^V : ¿g Smaller Crop* and Batter Pay. It It «mall, not Urge, crop tbat we need- fcore of. Jly minimum cropa have been Invariably more profitaole, and I hate heard many farmera make the same remark. 'Would It not be well lor our iarmera to combine to produce less lor a few yeara of •11 ataple cropa, thereby thoroughly olean ing up the surplus and getting better re- turn lor our labor than we have received for the last decade í Certainly we have the aame light to combine to limit production aa have coal or oil companiea, mlliera and manufacturera, Some may aay that it it our duly to ourselves and to our country to do our beat in our choaen calling—but best for whom f If we can do better by producing lesa and getting more tor it, why not do It, as long aa other producers are doing the same thing and we have to exchauge our products lor theirs? Why should iarmera be the only class of producers that cannot establish a price lor thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

— THJ! KOVTUERJt "\ IS The Southern Mercury (ON* DOLLAR A YEAR IK ADVANCE) ——Published by the .... STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BIAS SHIS OASBVVI.LT. PitromtMi those who advertise with ue. AdvertUtn* ratee furnished on application. Always mention Tu Mkbouby when writ rt>t> to advertiser*. Keep business matters seporate from cor- respondence Intended tor publication. Examine the flsrures on the label on your pa> per and see that your time la correct. All let lore intended for Tu Mbboübt * net bur business or otherwise, should bo ad- urrbT.d to Thií Bouthkkm mbucukv, Dallas li'.TlW. .Jli w.1'1«bout throe wool:a aftor sub- 'orlptlous are sent be foro thu subscribers gHlu'iya.w^' *PP6w on tbe roirular mallnjr —Whe,11 8,mdlagr notices of ohtuiK'o ot address, es, unless the old an well uk tho new address Mquest' We oannot P*' anir attention to suob Send money for Tne Mhkctuby as specified above; all money for tho Exchange must be Ifntt0 J. B. Kelly, Bailee. Toxu*. caro of Natio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

TBE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNEIS, 1889. THE ORDER. Notice. Fobt Worth, Taxis. To County Seeretarlea: Brethren:—You will please «end 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 them to your June report. Yours frater- sally. H. G. HOorb. Editor Mkrcuby :—I would like to as- certain 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 sucoessfull by concentration ot our trade. All managers favoring such a convention, please notify me at earliest convenience. Address letters to H. C. Bach, Gonzales, Texas. Editor Mercury:— A meeting of the board ot directors of the Marble Falls C. M. A. is hereby called to meet in the olty ot Burnet on Wednesday the 2Uth day of June, tor the purpose of ad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

.1 " . ANOTHER'S (MIE. ra oust o mraoroa snurza By JULIAN HAWTHOBNE, Author of "The Great Bank Bobbery," "An Amarioan Pozuniuii* Ufa 11 *7 *• Dunham, Mid published, through special arrangement by the American frm* Association with Ccasell Í Co., Sew Vorji and London.] THE SOUTHERN MERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS. JUJVE 13, 1889. CHAPTER XVX ▲ anuMoa WOOXNO. k HE Judge polled oil hia aboea and •tooklngs and jumped Into the •hallow water, and, tugging manfully, pulled the boat up high enough to render ► It on easy matter Lto transport the fladiea to the ' ahore. Mrs. No- 1 len he took in his arma and set down on the beaoh; then he turned to do tbo Uke servios for Pauline, and hla heart beat at the thought of having her for a moment so near him. But as she stood poising herself in the bowe, light, beautiful ana agile, he per- oeived that aha meant to moke a leap of ft, and, indeed, the distance was proba- bly not beyond her powers. She glanced at him at that juncture, and could not have failed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

—t*ü SM1S~SOVTHERjrMERCURT: 'DALLAS, TEXJS77TJWE IS, 18X9. A I > T CORRESPONDENCE. .f ( Oomanohe County. Editor Mercury:—i conclude to write a few lines of the proceedings ot the last meeting of our Alliance to your valuable paper, hoping if published, it may revive the brotherhood to a sense of their duty to rally to the relief of the Exchange. On learning that the Exohange was in need of our help, we resolved to put our shoulder to the wheel and help push on to victory, and I will state here, that our Alliance is Domposed of small farmers, but have got lome backbone when our Interest Is nt stake. Our Alliance has taken two frac- tional shares m the Exchange, and the brethren have taken $103 dollars in cattle and money, total $11U, to be forwarded as soon as possible, and if the brethren of Comanche and Erath will do half as much In proportion as we have, we can send sev- eral car loads of cattle soon. And breth- ren it is time that all members who have not taken stock should do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 June 1889

OFFICIAL. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS. JUNE 13, 1889. Editor Ubhouby:—owing to the unm- oor of lettcri coming from oountjr presi- denta sod lecturer* calling for lecture to ▼lilt them m they are greatly in need of Information In referenoe to our state enter- prlaei, 1 have thought It beet to give pub- lication that at a meeting of the atate board held In the elty of Dalla* the 27th of April laat, that It wa* thought beit to call In aome of oar lecturer*, not that they were Indifferent bat became our state funds were too near exhausted, also that the State Kxehange and Mercury could not pay their part of expenses. It was also agreed that If any eountles wished a lect urer that I should appoint and send him, they paying expenses. Now, brethren, am satisfied that good lecturing through- oat the state will do more to restore confi denee In the order than anything else, so let every county do all It oan in that direc. tlon. Choose the brother you wish to Tlsit you and I will aid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 June 1889

1 i' V j J I i-'-:i fEKTBHBP at thb pobt offick at i>allab, texas, as becokd glass hail matter•! Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VIII. NO. 25. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JUME 20, 1889. WHOLE ]fO. 373 NEWS OF THE WEEK. State. Jacksonville.—Robbers entered the boiel of Mrs. Bllllbault. Professor W. C. Dálleos lost * 140, and Mr. T. E. Tbymy of Tyler, lost $20. Tbe money was stolen from their pants while the victims slept. The usual window entranoe from the roof ol a stoop aifovded the way for the rob. bers. It is thought they were after a stock- man from Wise county who is stopping at the same hotel, and it is known he liad considerable money on him. He escaped, but feels nervous. El Paso.—At tbe meeting of the city council testimony was introduced to show that Krakaucr, tbe mayor-elect, was ineli- gible and a protest had been filed against declaring the result of the election for mayor. Kruukauer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 June 1889

SO TJTITEW MERCUR \ ¿ m THE FAMILY. The Boll of Honor. 'We tha undersigned listen o! the F*r> ners Alliance of Tazaa, agree to sell egga, thicken , batter and garden atuff to the imount of one dollar, whlflh amount la to be paid by the kihst sat of august, and the total amount ao subscribed la to be applied to the payment of the .Exchange Indebtedness: Mr . A. P. Shaw, Donalton, Texas. Mrs. Battle Qay, Columbua, Tezaa. What more ean be taldf Action la now mentlal. First of all, let ua aave the Fx- jbange. Let the leoturera at the July sounty meetings eolleot 91 from every member, or fltty cents, which would more than pay the indebtedness, and also asalat In aecurlng cotton bagging for those who cannot advance money for the present crop. The people need a leader and the majority will follow. There are many who will not do their own thinking, is why the country is In Its present condition. They do not know how to act. In one of our county meetings the ques- tion of taking stock in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 June 1889

• ''T4 ' $ v ' ' ' j'j:-- • '. T v* '' '■'/' . r-- . • THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNE 90, 1889. $ I Li THE FARM. Agricultural Notas. Clipped from Farm, Field and Stockman. ] New strawberry plantation cannot be worked too much. Weed are very much disposed to grow among them, and when they hava once obtained root it 1 very difficult removing them. See that they are kept out. When new (tools oí the black raspberry have attained the height ot twenty inches to two feet the terminal bud should be pinched oil'. This will cause lateral to push out and the cane to grow strobg. If all else fail Florida she will still have her true and tried friend—the sweet pota- to—which has stood by her through pov- erty and prosperity, through war and through peace, and will stay by her until time unveils eternity. Do not allow the young tree to bear fruit the first and second years. The production of fruit will be at the expense of growth. The peach will often bear the second year after plantin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 June 1889

top® TBE SO VTBEEW MERC ITS R DAL, "EX4S, The Southern Mercury (ONK DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) ——Published by the—— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Pttronlte those who advertise with us. Advert lain* rates furnished on application. ¿ iti mention Tmb Mxbcobt when writ <x>n to advertisers. y ft p business natters seperate from cor- respondence intended tor publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time Is oorrect. Ail Jotters lntendod tor Thb Mkrodbt not her business or otherwise, should be ad- rtrenced to Thb Boutbkkm Mbrcuht, Dallas Tetas, It win tako about thro® weeks after sub- scriptions aro sent beforo the subscribers name* will appear on the regular muting vellora. Wbon sending notices of ohanifeof address, ee, unless tho old a* well bs the new uddress is given, we ounuot par any attention to suco requests. Bend money for Thu Mbroubv as speoinoa above; all money tor thoKxchaiwro must be KmttoJ. B. Melly. Dallas, Tex...

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