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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 19, 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. 0 Ellis County. Epitor Mbrourt:—i am an Alliance tnan and liuve been elMce the tint ot the organization in the county, and 1 write to Inform the brethreu that wo are holding on a* best wo can at Rutlierl'erd Allisuco. We are a unit on the cotton bagging, and as to tbe railroad commission nlll, we. like Uro. J. W. H. Davis, bolleve It was a step in the right direction. But I wish all the brethren to take a look at monopoly as she stands, ready to swallow everything she comes in contact with. Monopoly rewiuds me of the fourth beast Daniel saw in his Vision. It had great iron teeth and seven heads and ten horns, and to It. was given power to overcome other beasts. It is a fact that we have a great combination to oombat, and brethren, ther« Is but one way for ub, and that is for us, as one man, to staud up in opposition to tbe wrongs we are suffering. It will uot do for us to Hand aside and say to a tew men, "Well done...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

TEE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT. 19, 1889. CHEQUE NO. 9.031. CHAPTER V. 1 seised Cynthia's hand and stopped her nervous attempts to set my throat free, —*ith4ajpiitiejQce at my own weakness. "I'm all right!" I said; and then stopped to wonder if it was really I who had spoken, or some one else, for I did uot recognize my own voice. "You really must sit down," I urged, pushing her towards a chair, which she no longer refused, for she saw 1 was shaking like a man with the palsy. We sat there in silence for fully amln ute, and during that time 1 remembered Horace's manner on the previous even ing, his reluctance when he said tie had left the book at horuo, and that Cynthia had advised him to do so. While 1 thought thus, a feeling of intensa pity flooded my heart us 1 realized what my poor, proud, honorable Cynthia must have endured before such a course became possible to her—even to save her brother from exposure and shaiuo. I found it impossible for a moment to look at her, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 29, 1889. Vt K ) CORRESPONDENCE. Erath County. Editor Mercdry:—In reply to the last ol the many appeal made to tbe bretbrsn by tbe Exchange for them to pay up their indebtedues* 1 will say we, the Kim ürove Alliance, are not indebted to the Exchange for gootla nor for atock taken, and if we were we would certainly have settled long Hgo, lor it is better never to promise than to promise and never pay. Brethren, you who have bought goods or otherwise become indebted to this great Institution, pay up llko men. I must say these appeals which so often gaze us in the face are dragging our cause down and weakening our stakes. Open your eyes tnd look for a moment. Now Mr. Editor, this makes severa1 pieces I have written to Tub Heucuky and none have ever been printed. I won't be surprised if this goes to the waste bas- ket. E. H. Cantkk, Sec. Hico, Texas. Docile. Editor Mekcuby:—1 in company with Bro. A. M. Turnbull, have just returned home irom Nac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 19 September 1889

8 THE SO UTHEKN MERC UR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- 19, 1889. Lecture Department. County Leoturere. ▲11 builneia with the State Lecturer ■hould be sent to D. M. Rümph, State Lecturer, Alexander, Erath county, Texai. Georgia. Editor Mbrouky:—i believe it u the duty for everyone to do all and whatever he or sbe can for tho Firmer Alliunce abd I will writ from far olT Georgia, but don't let thl* crowd out a better letter. I thought that tbere might be Goorgiau in Texas who would like to lee a line from Georgia. I Uve in Campbell county but belong to Brown Alliance in Cobb, as Cobb wan or. ganlzed first. We have a membership of •bout bO, with 60 males. We have paid two fractional shares in the Exchango and have adopted cotton bagjjiug. We sent In our order six weeks ago. Our Alliance is in good working order now. Some of the weak<kneed brethren flickered out but the blue-blooded stock utluk closer than ever. How some men can stand In tbelr own light and say they can't see is strange to m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.'] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY1 vol. vm. J\v. so. dallas, texas, thursday, september 26, 18so. whole no. 387. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH,TEXAS Office, Corner Fourth unci Houston Streets, ti?"Monoy always on I at. lowest chit-nt rutes. secure low rutes, imd easy IQ&, l-un itJr i1 ounu >uiu nuusiun ou vkvct, huml to loan upon farms, runchos, vendors' lien notot tinü city property a. Loana closed quickly. Correspondence Invited. Cboloo securities easy terms Address, IMBODKN Si HAMILTON, Fort Worth, lex. Yipitorg to the Texag §tate pair: Our State Fulr opens on October 15th. Wo will have ou the fair grounds our exhibit ol' Plnnos tit d Organs of the bt st makes, which we shall ofl'or lor side very low and on easy terras. Wu resinctfullj lnv.te everyone to cull nt our exhibit on the fair grounds, or at our ature, 7,!0 Elm st.. and look through our stock. (Jot our prices and terms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- 26, 1889. THE FAMILY. K Lover of Just lot. Editor Mr.BcuuY:—i am a member of tbe Farmer* Union and bave since Ita be ginning. I alio talca a great Interest in tbe Alliance. I am ft regular reader of The Mxrcuky, It made my beart glad to know and ere tbat tbe good and true men and women are determined to risk muc'i for the Kx< cb'.nve. The president's mecate wa* read an<l appreciated. I could not belp sayinx. iltertreadlng bis word ol encouragement tn tbe ladles, "May üod blei Kvan .Iones." It should make tbe women more willing to belp In tbla great struggle for relief fro'n Jbe burdens 10 which we are subjected. Tbere am ao few men who think a woman baa any right beyond her borne, and not much Iben; though we should not be bard on them, for tome mother baa In time iov. ingly called him "My boy," aa ahe gentiy atroked back his hair. Solet'a deal gently with auch. Many noble men bave had no ble mothers. Napoleon never forgot hla mother....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

- .; - v<l* WWHFJWk|l\MBWVi' SOUMICIWMERCURY: wammmmmmmxssmmmrnmmmammm DALLAS, TEXAS, ¿¡kfT. 2 0, CORRESPONDENCE. Stonewall County. Kpitor JIkucury:—An item In The Mkrcuky of August 10th, about lionio- stead donation in Stonewall county has rautecl more letter of inquiry about the quality of land, timber and water, than I can answer by letter. 1 hope Thk Mkk- cury will come to the help of the Alli- ance brother (a It always doe ), and be Instrumental in settling my brothers 01 comfortable homestead . It would be im- possible to describe west Texas, it is too large, and the soil of so many dltterent kinds; some timber, such as lence postB, lire vtood, and fcnco poles, orplcUetB; some fine springs, some running water, some dry creeUs and rivers, some hilly and some level land or almost any Itlnd of location can be found in west Texas. All kinds of grain grows well; cotton, sorghum, millet and vegetables do well, nnd no healthier place in the United states than west Tesas. Heads of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

THE SOUTHERNMERCURYi DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 26, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. Patronise ttaono who advertí with in. Advertising rut© furnished on application. ¿Iwayft mention Tan Mkhoohy wbon writ •Bp to advertisers. Keep business matters senorato from oor- reFpondonoo Intended for publication' Examine tbe Apuro* on the label on your par p«r and seo that your ttoae Is correct. All letters Intended for Tiib Mebooht $ whether business or otherwise, should be ml- rossed to Tue Soutuxan Mjíbcouy, Dallus oxas. H win take about throo weelts after sulv •CrtpCons are sent bef're the subscribers o units will appear on tbo regular inkling •alleys. W ben sending notices of change of address, ee, unless tbo old u- «<¡11 us the r.ew address is gUeu, we oanuot pay auy attention tosuon requests. Fend money for Tnn Mkhcoby eg specified above; all money for the Rxoliungo must be Sent to J. B. Kelly. Dal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEMAS, SEPT. 20, 1881). CDRREBPONOBNCB. Burnet * ouaty. Editor wkkcukt:—Please let me give y<mr nany reader u few bint* about tend- ing to business on a larm in geueral. I( you are tbe head of a iuuiiiy tbe first thing lor you to do when you get vy in <he DorLlng !• to study up ome cause lor wbleb you may give eaen member oi the family a good scolding. \V hile you pre* pare this you *bould let on like you are awiul mad. Don't give anyone a chance for vindication. \V hen you are building a Are in the stove for tbe old woman to get brenkiast, try to raise as much snjoke in the house as poa i- ble, to wake them all up good. When you are at the cow pen milking, keep tbe cow* in a constant scare, for they ■hould know who is bous of the place; and when tbe wblte rauley kicks hill a bucLet of milk over your pants, making stick to yon, then strike with the bucket on tbe aide of tbe head, by whiob your shirt will be prttty well soaked. Tiien take riant alt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

6 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. SEPT- 26, 1889. H1.9,031. CHAPTER VL The next day or two I was busy cnoujli making arrangements for my long ab- sence from London. Among other tliiugn 1 telegraphed to our head man at Mont- real to come home at once to look after things when I was away. Then I liad to contrive to pay that flv6 hundred pounds to Benson, the detective, in hucIi a manner as to avoid arousing suspi- cion, besides settling up and giving my decision on a thousand arid one other matters on which the master's word is needed. My time was 6o fully occupied that 1 was only able to gut up to Kout- ish Town once between Cynthia's visit on the Wednesday and the day I had ur- ranged for the marriage, and even then I was only ablo to spend an all too brief hour with her. On tho Saturday morning Horace knocked at my door a little beforo the time for leaving, and aakod to bo allowed to speak to tuo privately. This was the (li st timo we had met faco to face since our stormy enco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

TEE SO UTHE UN MERCUR Ti DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 26, 1889. ií \ r I j [\\ CORRESPONDENCE. Gonzales County. Editob Mjcrcükt:—it has been my pur- pose for some time to address the brother- hood of Texas, through our organ, but bave delayed from time to time, hoping tome abler pen might take up my subject and handle it more profitably 10 the interest of our noble cause than 1 cau pos&iblv do. But I have concluded it would perhaps bo ■ better plan uot to dciay, but to g ve seme views to Thk AIkkcuuy, and let it gtvo tbtm to the world, or to the llamea as It in Its wisdom may see lit. The subject is uot a new one, by any means. It has been discussed uud ably so, by a great many able writers, and yet that great interest which should pervade the entire brotherhood, has uot been arouied. 1 apeak of the Farmers Alliance Exchange ol Texas. It is, we regard it, oue ot the grandest schemes, financially, ever put on foot for the amelioration ol ilie sufferings of the laboring man. Through our E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 26 September 1889

8 THE SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPT. 26, 1889. An Bloquent •peaob. BY J. M. BAIHD. Respected Auditor* and Brethren of the County AUisuce: In the kinduen ot an All-wl«e Provi- dence we have been permitted to lee the winter pan from our beautiful land, and to note the luaglcal touch of the warm sun- shine and tlie soft wind* or gentle spring in developing the beauty of the roie, the badge and the deep-tangled wild-wood; and with health made vigorous by wlnter'« Icy breeze we have come forth with a de- liro und determination to dare and to do for tíod and aur country, for home and for friends, 1 jen, an an Alllusce man, I wlih to aay that the ALLI ANCK !■ an institution of Texas origin and has been cultlvatod by the heroic ions and daughters of the band ot San Jacinto; and to-day, fellow-countrymcn, it comes to you not aa a political party, but we come aa a labor institution, wise in the expe- rience and labor of iormer years, and thus equipped we would make farm life more pleas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

I V I I t 'ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] " LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY1 VOL. VIII. NO. 4-0. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, OCTOBER S, 1889. WHOLE NO. 388. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXA8. OJ'floe, Corner F\,tirtH find Houston Siroets, PfF-Money always on hand to loun upon farms, rundios, vendors' lien notei and city property Choleo securities Lex. prr? juuury uiwuj's oil mum lit iuuii utniu inuns, lunuuuo, Ytjut.urn nun iiutct nuu cuy prwpv-i at lowest uurrent ratos. Loans closed quickly. Currespondonce invited. Ulioico securiti secure low rates, and easy torras. Address, IMBODEN & HAMILTON, Vort Wortii, Te Texas State Fair. The F. C. Austin Manufacturing Com- Rany, of Chicago, 111., will exhibit and have in operation at Dallas during the State Fair, the Now Era lioad Builder and Ditch Digger. the Austin Hevorslble Towc- ship (¡rader, the latest improved woll-niak- ltig machinery, and a iull line of stock sup- pile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

1 £ TEE SO UTIIERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 8, IS89. THE FAMILY. Chat. I>jur Cousins:—I have juit received a commission, u moit pleasant one, too, to take charge of the ladles' and children'* department of Thk Mercury. Through pressure of business of the ed- itor-in-chief the department of late has been somewhat neglccted. This was un> avoidable. It shall be my earnest endeavor to make ours an interesting portion of the paper. I want your help; you will assist me, I am ■ure. If so, 1 am sanguine of success. My beart goes out to you. My happiest life was spent on a farm. Children, do not think farm Ufe Is dull and monotonous. Iu alter years, when changes will have been made, you, too, liko mysolf, will look back and some of you loug for the dear old farm once more. There are so many letters we cannot publish them all at once, but In time, if you watch, you will caeli one see the letter you may perhaps have thought that greedy waste-basket had swallowed. They were all p ige...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

I' THE SO UTHERJVMERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 3, CORRESPONDENCE. 7 was glad to see In your last issue, tbe article that shows up the Ualveston Nows in its true light before the yeouienry of Texas. For the past twenty yeurs, and embracing its last Issue, it has been und is to-day, no true friend of the poor man and laborer. With one hand it seeks to londly embrace the larmer and support his in- terest, while with the other it has laid baro his back to the merciless lash ot spec- ulators and monopolists. The thumb •crews of greed havo been applied to the vital interests of our people and the work of the News has been as oil to the machin- ery of oppression, so as to make their ne- farious work more complete. A lew read- ing and thiuKing farmers have seen this all the time, but the wool has been pulled over the eyos of the sreat majority. Your bold stand is commendable, and let mu say with strong emphasis, "lay on Mao Duff," and every true Alliance man will stand by you. Not only shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

u 7 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 3, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANOK) • Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. PttrOElre those who advertise with ui. Advertising rate* furnished on application. Always mention The Mkuoohy when writ «ir to advertisers. Keep business matters senerate from cor- respondence Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time Is correct. All letters Intended for Tim MRWOüRT whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Tub Socthhrn Mkboüry, Dallas Texas. It will take about tbreo woeks after sub- scriptions are sent before tho subsortbors names will appear on the regular mullna galleys. When sending notices of obanifoof address, es, unless the old 111 well as tho r.ow aildruss is triveii, we oannot pay imy attention to such requests. fiend money for Tua Mkhcury as specified absve; all money for the Exchange must bo sent to J. B. Heily....

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

• A ' '■ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY! DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 3, 1889. THE ilAQOINQ QUESTION. Attempt of Some of tiie Buyer to Befo the Matter—The Case Clearly Stated. New Orleans, Sept. 21,1S&9. To the Editor ol' The Times-Democrat: It is evideut that tberc Is a concerted ef- fort being made on the part of those Inter- ested lu keeping down the value of cotton to misrepresent the results that will follow the enforcement of the resolution adopted at the convention of the ootton exchanges here and to befog and bewilder the latin- ers still further as regards the merits and demerits ot the proposed and existing rulus governing the tare question. From the very fact that the opposition to the sale of cotton by net weight is strong- est on the part of buyers and exporters the farmers naturally suspect that the proverb- lal Ethiopian is concealed in uonifr part of this particular woodpile. It does seem strauge that cotton buyers should object to having to pay for twenty-lour pounds less weight o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

Ih e THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT■ 3. 1889. CHEQUE NO. Mol. CHAl'lER VII. (Continued). "'Well," he said, "what do ydu think of that theory?" "What theory?" „ "That the person who made that faiso confession to you did it to cover the real offender?" •i think you are partly right; but, if the forger is really Levens, you are also partly wrong." Mr. Benson looked puzzled. "Come," I cried—"I'll make a bargain with you. Take me to see poor old Levens—let me hear some of this 'blab- bing' that you are so afraid of, and, if I am convinced by it that it is really as you say, I will give you a full account of the whole chapter of mistakes." In two minutes wo were in the street; in ten we were in my head clerk's pres- ence. ' They had laid him on a large couch in the room behind the bar, and the doctor wm with him when we arrived, having returned to administer a draught him- self. I stood at the foot of the couch for a few moments watching the pationce of the medical man, ns he ag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

TEE SO UTEERN MERCUR I> DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. S, 1889. If you nre suil'oring iron cancer or rheu- matism purchase a bottle of Dr. Ulllesple's Extract of 13 Hoots. Sold by all druggist! under a guarantee THE EXCHANGE. iimjmí Mtibi number of subscribers toour valuable new*r.apcr, w« will distribute *380 in cash nod •ccuro a large !: CORRESPONDENCE. Bee County. Editor Mercury:—I arrived from Oak- ▼lile at Mineral City on Mouday morning, September 0, and the first thing I did was to come In contact with a bumble bee. The bee vaccinated me at ouce, and 1 proceeded Immediately to put the hot place on ice. After this lormal introduction to Bee coun- ty had been complied with 1 introduced myself unceremoniously to liro. Jones, the postinuster of .Mineral City. A more joviaj and true Alliance member can hardly bo found, and he soon mude me feel at home. After resting up a little and escaping be- Ins; mixed up with a bran new Irishman, who had just arrived from Liverpool, and Who wanted to m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 3 October 1889

8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT 3, 1889. Natural Premium System, the Cheapest Regular Life Insurance in the World. Life Insurance Like Fire Insurance. Definite Rates. Business Mens Insur'nce READ, REFLECT, REMEMBER! Jipe Imperial Ijft Ipsura^e ^o/r)pai?y, C. A. Newcomb, >, President. Anson Waring, Secretary. W. I). JIarrah, Acty. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. The great test of strength is Ratio of Assets to Liabilities. The Imperial has $473 Assets for each $ 100 of Liabilities—the largest Ratio of any Company doing business in Texas. "We hold the safe." Life Inaurance corn* too much, because overy man Insuring his life In any of tho Urst-flawi In.simiui'e Companion on tliu old plan 1* forced to "pay or depovlt" with thocomp&uy moro fur Investment tlmn Insurance. The Imperial does tot require that; It only ask that, a sufficient nuw be paid for Insurance and expenses, and exacts nothliiK for «peculation or luvostmont. At age-h, for $lu,owi, the Imperial ohar^o* SI'ki per nuii...

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