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

r n y ■ '.y, IXNTXIWD AT THE POST OfHOI AT CALLAS, tllil, Al UCOXD CLASS MAIL MATTKH.l Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. —iz. a VOL. VÍII. WO. 2S. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11,1889. WHOLE NO. Sit |( II ' V A 1 {HI w; NEWS OF THE WEEK. ■tato. Yoakum.—William Balhorn committed suicide sear here by shooting himself in the bead. He leaves a wife and two chil- dren visiting In Colorado county, hit home. No cause ii known for the rash act. Taxarkana.—Willie Oates. a youagman of 23 years, a son of C^pt"1 tennis Oates, of steamboat fame, was drowned in Bed river while lloatTbg a raft of logs down the river. The rait struck a snbg and be and two other men lii a skiff attempted to dis- lodge the raft, when the boat capsized. Young Gates being unable to swim was carried down the stream. His body has not been recovered. Austin.—Matilda Starling, colored, died here last Thursday. She weighed 040 pounds, and the l...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 July 1889

the bo uthern me) <las, texas, july 11, 1889. THE FAMILY. The Sou of Hoftor. We the undersigned «litera ol the Far- mera Allianue of Texas, u«roa to nil eg* , eklokens, butter and garden atuff to the amount of ose dom.ah which amount la to be paid by the jmkht day of auguat, and the total amount 10 subscribed ia to be applied to the payment of the Kxohange Indebtedness: 31 r«. A. l\ Shaw, Donation, Texaa. Mrs. Bettle Gay, Columbus, Texas. >lra. L. Ji. Buckley, Kodgera, Tex. lira. S. C. Bowuiau, Caddo Milla, Tez. Wis. 11. Blttlck, Binton, Tex., paid Mrs. Klla Bush, " " " Mra. E. Fans, " " " Mra. C. J. McMurrian," " " Mrs. S. E. Ilmchesou,'• " " Mra. Miner, Mra. Maggie Miears, Bed Book, Texai. Mrs. L. M. A. Brown, New C'aney, TeX. Mra. E. D, Sullivan, " ♦« " Mra. Sarah O. Sbelton, Jewett, Texai. Utonttfoiuury County. Editor Mkkcuky:—We, L. M. A. Bow- en and K. D. Sullivan, hereby make known our willingness to respond to Sister A. 1'. Shaw's suggcsHoii, tbut each sister pay $1 to...

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

TSE SOVTHRSff MERCÜRYi DALLAS, TEXAS, JULY 11, 1889. r X THE FARM. The Model Farmer. It U olten said that the farmer's life is one of independence. It it not *lw ys true, and perliap never true in tbe strict seme of tbe term None of u« «re independent. Tbe richest man in «11 tbe world i* not in- dependent. But it ii true that tbe model farmer is as near to tbat happy condltiou as any muu can be. And what is a model Urmer? Tbe usual answer is tbat be is the man wbo keeps thing about him neat and iu good order, and does bis work in season and according to tbe best meth- ods. Tbe answer is not a good one. We know many men wbo do all this, and are jot lar from being model farmers. They are careless obout expenditures and hence are always in debt. A. model farmer will never be in de6f,~iT therein ho reasonable cause for bis being in debt. He will not buy an extra horse which he does not need simply because he fancies tbe animal, lie will not put on expensive airs when he eannot do it wit...

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

± The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) ——Published by the— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. UAS THIS O AM FULLY. Patronise those who advertías with u«. Adreptistn* rutel furnished on application. A Iways mention Tun Mkbouht when writ iDfr to advertisers. Keep business matter* senorate from oor- reepondenee intended for publication. Examine the figure* on the label on your pa- per and see that your time la oorreot. All letter* intended for The Mkroubt whether bualnes* or otherwise, should bead- drep*ed to Thk Soutuekm Mrkcuuy, Dallas Texas. It will take about three week* after sub- scriptions aro sent before the subscribers name* will appear on the regular mating •alleys. When «ending notloea of ohanifo of addrow. ea, union tho old aN well «a the r.ow address to given, ne cannot pay any attention to such request*. Bend money for Tim Manonnv a* specified above; all money for thoRxchange mu t be sent to J. B. Kelly. Dulla*. Texas, care of national Exchange Bank. Makoanoney...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 July 1889

THE SO TTTHERN MERCVR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, JUL Y 11, 1889. «i. THE ORDER. Motto*. Fort Worth, Tbxas. To County Secretarle*: Brktbrkm:—You wilt please lend for extra 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 Juno report. Yours frater- nally, B. Q. MOOR*. To the secretaries of the several County Alliances throughout the state of Texas: My postoiBce address Is Dexter, Cooke eounty, Texas. Respectfully, L. 8. Adair, Ch'n Com.«on Credentials F. S. A. of T. Tenant Formara of Texan. All renters In Texas are invited to meet at their county seat on the fourth Saturday In July, 1880, and organize a colony to set- tle up the five million acres of Texas land subject to homestead entry. All colonies to leave home by the 1st of November. We can ship our corn, drlvo our cows, and, In fact, take everything. We can buy our lumber In bulk. We will want teachers, preachers and doctors, and we can organ- ize co-operative...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 July 1889

IffH SOUTHERN MERCURY; SAIL AS, TEXAS. JVYL 11, 1889. 4UULAÜU00KE. m surer Uoyuu wrong (or jrour own sake. —All's Well XUut Ulula Wei L Lydia could not help wondnring why en earth Addenbrooke should be ao anx- ious to marry hor. She was standing at tho window, her •yes mechanically following the farall lar, insignificant figure of the professor as he plodded down tho gravel walk to the gate; and when he had passed from ▼low she sat down in tho nearest olialr and continued her reflections. It was very strange. She had no love to give him, and had told him so, quite frankly; he must know, as every one knew, of that miserable affair with Lawrence Fleming; was he not Fleming's intimate friend, the last person who had seen him before he'went to Africa? Moreover, her glass had taken to re- flecting a woman who was sad and pale and old before her time; surely not the woman with whom a man would be ex- pected to wish to begin his life. When wo havo become to ourselves a daily burden it is s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 July 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. L b.n. ( Fannin County. Editor Mkbcdry:—Not seeing In your paper anything from this part of the vine- FurU, auii being somewhat of an AUlunee member, I tbougbt I would write you a few lines. Uro. Duncan of the Kxehtnge, recommend tbe raiting of eaeb member' duel per quarter. 1 think like him, and at our Alliance tbe last meeting It was brought up. Some advocating and a tew, those ol tbe weak«kneed sort, opposing tbe measure. I bope that our County Alli- ance may say it unanl mously raises tbe dues. Another subject was slightly dis- famed, that of consolidation with the Wheel and Union ; some in favor and as usual, the weaker ones opposed. We have about eighty members lu our Alliance; some petitioners lor membership. We had two to Join us at our last meeting, and one for next meeting, with a petition for an- other was presented. Well, we are having too much rain for cotton, wheat and oats in our neck of the woods. The rain commenced on tbe 8th, and has continued until...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 11 July 1889

OFFICIAL. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JUYL 21, 1889. To County Farmer it Alliance Seo itir.ti I ak Bxkthkkn':—The cunstltutlou providoi that tbo secretarla* ot the County Farmer* Alliance* «ball uiake credential* in duplicate, under acal of office, present- ing one to the deleítate and ibe other sball be sent to tbe chairman of tbe committee on creUentlals. See Sec. a of Art. 14 of new constitution. 1 therefore, request that all credentials be made out and ooo sent to Bro. L. D. Wright, Decatur, Texan, chairman of committee, at lea*t by the ¿rat day of August. Yours fraternally, Evan Jone . Dublin, Texas, June 26. Editor Mxhcurt:—Owing to the num« Mr of letters coming from county presi- dents and lecturers calling for lecturers to visit them as tbey are greatly n need of Information in reference to our state enter- prises, 1 have thought it best to give pub- lication that at a meeting of the state board held in the city of Dallas tbe 27th of April last, that It was thought ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

m fatten [«tUlltlD AT THB POST OFWCB A? PALLA TMUB, AB HtCOWP CI.ASB KAIL MATTE It «1 5 l;. Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance avd Co-operative Union of America. vol. mi. NO. 29. dallas, texas, thursday. JULY 18,18s9. The Meroury Bndoraed. To the Editor of The Southbrs Mer- cury, Dallas, Texas: Dear sir 1 read with pleasure your exposure ol' the Galveston News attempt to discourage our members Iron using cotton bagging. The firm ol Lacas K> Moore & Co., whose lette> as to Ub merits or cotton bagging was published, k a large English exporting house here. Tils letter had already been published and hid come under my notice. 1 Immediately (aw Mr. Moore and asked him on what gnunds he based his estimate of the quality cf cotton bogging. From his answer 1 was satisfied thut he had had no exporionce of the regu- lar article, and that he looked upon sheet- ing, duck, &o., as cotton bagging. I took b sample of the regular Odenheinar b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, JUL Y 18, 1889. THE FAMILY. The Boll of Honor. We the Quderalgned «liter ot the Far- men Alliance of Texaa, agree to eell egga, chicken*, butter and garden etuff to the amount of on* dollar, which amount la to Be paid by the vimt dat ol auuubt, and the total amount 10 ■ubitcrlbed te to be applied to the payment of the Exchange lndebtednete: Mr*. A. P. Shaw, Donalton, Texa*. Mr*. Bettle Gay, Columbui, Texa*. Mr*. L. £. Buekley, Bodgeri, Tex. Mre. S. C. Bowman, CadUo Mill*. Tex. Mr*. 11. Blittok, Benton, Tex., paid. •I 41 a 44 Mr*. Ella Bunh, «• Mr*. K. Fan*, " Mre. C. J. McMurrtan," Mr*. 8. K. Iiuicheaoa," Mr*. Maner, Mre. Maggie Mleara, Ited Rook, Texaa. Mre. L. M. A. Brown, New Caney, Tex. Mr*. E. D, Sullivan, •' " " Mr*. Sarah O. Sbelton, Jewett, Texa*. Mra. Tiahle Grave*, Donation, Texaa. Mra. L. c. McLaln, " Mra. P. A. Neighbor*, " Mra. Nannie Newland, " Mra. Mary Qratos, " « « « u Leon County. Editor Mercury:—Aa i have waited a long time to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

1HJS SOVTRÉRWMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, JULY 18, 1889. THE FARM. r ■i Growing Trees For Poeta. Written for Tan Mkrodwy. As the prloe of good lasting poitt are ad- vancing year by year, It see mi to us the farmers should take warning and begin to grow tbe timber for future posts on ttielr farms at borne, which *oan be done with great protlt to tbe present generation, and enormous profits to future generations. Let tbe farmer who owns bis land and has it paid lor, whether forty or 010 acres, ■elect one or Ave acres at once, this sum- mer, on bis farm in a tquare or oblong square, close to and just north or north- west of his residence, 11 soil and lay of ^he land is suitable. (Any soil not too rocky, and land should be rolling enough to drain well), and carefully prepare tbe land for the coming fall planting by deep and thorough plowing, end harrowing. Sev- eral times it neoessary to k^ep tbe weeds and grass from Needing. And also beginning at once to correspond with tbe nearest reliable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

THE SOUTHERN TEXAS, JULT18. iSIPw^ The Southern Mercury (Oils POLLA A YEA* IN AOVAMOS) ——Published by the—— STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. &ead this cars fully. Fatronlre tboie who advertía* with us. Advertising ratea furnia hod on application. * Iways mention lu Mbmcumt when wilt aa$ to advertías ra. Keep buameaa muter* se norato from oor- reapondenoe intended for publication. Examine tbe Apirea on the label on your pa- per and aee that your time la oorreot Ail letter intendod for Th« Mkboobt whether business or othorwlse, aliould be ad- dressed to Tub Soutuikn Mkrcuhy, Delia* lexaa. It will take about three weoks after sub- scriptions are sent beff re tbo au bsorlbers name* will appear on the regular mallng «aliara. When sending notloea of change of addre's. ea, unleaa the old a- well ua the row addross la given, we cannot pay any attention to suoh requests. Send money for Thb Mkrcdbv aa epoolflod •hew; all money for tho Kiohanife must he tent to J B. Holly, Dalla , Texaa. oar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

' m ■ ;• ¡s ■ !• x' SOVIBESJf MERCURK DALLAS, TEXAS, JULY THE DRDBR. Notioe. FOHT Wobth, TZXÁS. To County Secretaries: Bkkthkbn:—You will please tend 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 tbem to your June report. Yours frater- nally. H. a. MOOHB. To the secretaries of tbe several County Alliances throughout the state of Texast My postofflce address Is Dexter, Cooke county, Texas. Respeotfully, l. 8. Adair, Ch'n Com. on Credentials F. S. A. of T. Tenant Parmer of Texns. All renter* in Texas are invited to meet at their county seat on the fourth Ssturdsy in July, 1889, and organize a colony to set- tle up the Ave million aces of Texas land •object to homestead entry. All colonies to leave home by the 1st of November. We can ablp our corn, drive our cows, and, In fact, take everything. We can buy our lumber In bulk. We will want teachers, preachers and dootors, and we can organ- Ize co-operative sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

'f"t r ~a&r- THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JULY IS, 1889. Mystery of Mian's Flat CHAPTER L . HE inn was jsinking behind [the distant siur- 'ras; their snow capped summiU were tinted with the fading flush of the dying day. Down in the for- ests of pine that fringed the mountain sidos, and stretched far away through miles of level land, there lin gered only the clear dusk that darkens suddenly into night The air was full of the aromatic fragrance of resin, and the silence was so in- tense that the crackling sound of tke dry wood, upeu which tho floree sun had shone down all day, was sharp and clear, while every now and then the chirp of tho grasshopper could be dis- tinctly heard. A man leaning against one of the rod- pine boles noticed neither silenea nor fragrance: tho chirping of tho grasshop- pers did not disturb him, and tho fact that tho sun was sinking fast behind him away over tho sierras did not trouble hini in the lowt. He was far too satis- fied with his own posi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

TEE JSOUTJTERJVMERCTJRYS DALLAS, TEXAS, JULY 18, 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. Williamson County. Iditor Mekcuky:—Last Friday was ths day set for tbe barbecue and picnic at Ibukln Spring gWen by tbe member! or Vate Valley and Prairie Spring Alliance*. Ihe day opened cloudy and threatening riln, nevertheless by nine o'clock the <rowd began to arrive from all parta of tbe «ounty and by ten o'clock tbe crowd num- bered between two and three thousand, leverul «peak era bad bean secured for the IK-caslon, and all Mere on band exotpt Bro. Smith, who waspertiaps scared off by the ¡lark cloud*. The flr«t speaker for the day was Brother Highland. He apoke ol the necessity of encouraging manufactories in the south, ao that the farmers might keep inore of their money at home by selling • their cotton direct to tbe factories and hav- ing it made up into cloth ior tbe consumb* tion of ibe people In our midst, and tave the expense ot paying the railroads exorbi. tant freight rales to carry our cotton ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 18 July 1889

TBE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. JULY 18, 1889. OFFICIAL. To County Farmers Alliance Secretariat Dear Brkthrkm Tbe constitution provide* that the secretaries ot tbe County Farmer* Alliance* shall make credentUl* in duplicate, under Mat or office, present- ing one to tbe delegate and tbe other shall be lent to the ckalraan of the comaslttee on credential . See 8<c. 3 of Art. 14 ef new constitution. I therefore, request that all credentials be made out and one ■ent to Uro. L. D. Wright, Decatur, Texas, ebairman or committee, at least by tbe irst day of August. Yours fraternally, EVAM jonk*. Dublin, Texas, June 20. Editor Mkbcuat:—Owing to the sum- oer or letters coming from county presi- dents and lecturers calling for lecturers to visit them as they are greatly in need of Information in reference to our state enter- prises, Í have thought it best to give pub- lication that at a meeting or the state board held in the city ot Dallas the 27tb of April last, that it wan thought be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 July 1889

I i lEXTUtltP at TRB post orne at dallas, tkxab, as secokd claw mail mattkh.l Official Journal of Texas Stato Alliance, and of the National Fanners Alliance and Co-operative Union of America, vol. riu. ho. so. DALLAS, TEXAS, THVRSDA Y, JUL Y 25,1SS9. NEWS OF THE WEEK. State. Waco.—TU trial of Bev. M. T. Martin, the Baptist evangelist, charged with her- esy, took up the whole aliertioon and re suited in a conviction on the lourth specifi- cation in the charges. This mokes three convictions, as the second bpcoMcation was withdrawn. There is yet auotber to be Toted on and the whole thing will probably culminate to-morrow and Hev. Martin lias good propects for dismissal lrom the Waco Baptist church. Key. B. H. Carroll, paitor ot the Waco church, is the proseoutor, and he produced as testimony a letter from the pastor of n Georgia congregation to whom Bev. Martin preached, which said that out of the sixty-Uve members who heard him flfty-one had been rcbaptlzed. This was to show what coni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 July 1889

hy — -ra- v THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, JULY 25, 1889. THE FRMILY. m The Boll of Honor. We the undersigned «litera ot the Fir- mer! Alliance of Texai, agro* to Mil eggi, chickens, butter and garden stuff to the amount of one dollar, which amount la to be paid by the kikst day o( august, and the total amount ao aubiorlbed it to be applied to the payment of the Exchange Indebtedness: % > Aire. A. P. Shaw, Donation, Texai. Mr . Bottle Gay, Columbui, Texas. lire. L. JS. Jiuokloy, ltodgers, Tex. ílri. S. 0. Hotvmau, Caddo Milla, Tex. Mra. 11. BUtielc, Benton, Tex., paid Mra. KUa Bush, Mra.K. Faris, " " " Mra. 0. J. McMurrlan," " " Mra. 8. E. Jlutcheaon," " " Mra. Maner, Mm. Maggie Mlaara, ltod Rock, Texas. Mrs. L. M. A. Brown, New Caney, Tex. Mra. E. D, Sullivan, " " " Mra. Sarah 0. SUeltou, Jewett, Texas. Mrs. Tlsiilc Orsvus, Donslton, Texos. Mrs. L. \J. AicLaln, " Mra. P. A. Neighbors, " Mra. Nannlo Newland, " Mra. Alary Graves, " " Mra. Jenulo IJu JJols, Jewett, Texas. Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 July 1889

Alliance Resolutions. Nacogdoches County. Resolved, Tbat we, (be member of the N ucoydocbei County Farmer Alliance, do hereby denounce tbe action of our senator in not (upporting tbe railroad commi lon bill, and tbat we demand hi resignation, as being unworiby to represent a Iree peo pie, and tbat tbe bun and Southkbn Mer cury be requested to publish tbt> forego- ing resolution. R. E. McKkvkr. Sec'y Cold HiU *Alliance. Editor Mkrcdrt:—The following re llution was adopted by Cold Hill Alliauce No. 770. Resolved, Tbat the members ot this Alliauce wrap their cotton crop tbis year In cotton bagging: that we endorse the tbe Birmingham resolutions, and any mem- ber of tbis Alliance who use any other klud of bagging to wrap this year's crop, ■ball have charges prelerred against him, ind be expelled irorn the Alliance. Resolved, Tbat a copy of these resolu< t ons be sent Tim Mkrcuky with a re guest thai tüuy be published. J. J. Mills, Seo. Benton County. Editor Mkrcury:—Green Valley A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 July 1889

Southarai I DOLLAR 1 YZAB : , in advahob) ——.Published by the STATS ALLIANCE PRINTING &OARD. mad this carefully. ft titmice those who adverttso with ui. Adrertlslmr rata furnished on application. Alwftyi mention In Meropbt wh*n writ iS>g to advertíaos*. Keep butineu matter* sepe rato from oor- respondeno* Intended for publication. Examine the figure* on tbo label on your P per and tee that your time la correct. All iettMi intended for Tu whether buflnea* or otherwise, (bould be ad- dret*ed to Thb Socthuui Mkbcuht, Dalla* Texa*. It will take about three week* after iub* •oiiptlon* aro sont before the «U boulher* Panto* will appear on the regular malln* When «ending notloe* of ohangeof addret*. •*, unles* the old as well as the new addroM 1* given, we oannot pay uny attention to luon requeat*. Malt* tanoe* MJUCUuf ■outufen Sumí e money omers, draft* and all >"«nilt I poyabí* to the order of Th* SowrBS¡ ! tiur, and addrett all letter* to Tan " ancoair Dallai lexaa. Bel ore wr...

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