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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 33. 5 i I ./ THE ORDER. "Co-operation" A grain. Uustox, La. EdItob Mkkcuby:—I Bee in your issue of November 5th a letter on co-operation from T. II. C., of Guadaloupe couuty, Texas, lie seems to think that Prairie Lea Grange and Alliance Co operativo Association has found the key to truo co-operation. We must give credit to l'rairie Lea for extreme practice of charity, but must enter n pro- test against its judgment. 1 do uot believe any business institution built upon such a foundation will be able to stand, until the millennium is ushered in. Ail principien built upon the will of man muvt more or less conform to the laws governiug human nature, and it is against human nature for men to givo up their hard earned dollars that others may join tho benefits of their | power without recompense or special favor. I am sure the farmers of ths* state could j not raise money enough in this plua to run ; a cross-road candy shop. It seems that man work...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 32. The fieman of Naples. By ALEXANDRE DUMA& CHAPTER XIV ADDUCTION, Cor tIU's uio:i m,A up iholr quartora at :m inu in thi- t'.v.lbourt; of Loivtt*. Ah uoon us tliey had cnivriM Corcelli callixl fur tho laud- Km!. "V,"lust's your uaiiW mid lit'. "I nm i'ii'.loU II Uappucino, tnonejgnore," replied I'n- K.vi'i'ii l.iK'jA-r, <'iu>tUi¡; mi luiuuiy jjlun;ti.miuil linn. '•Wctli, then, iworonillsxiino Cappuelno," «aid Corcelli, "servo in up a tub of olla po- drida, lutii of smoked hams and a cask of winu of Vesuvius. I>o you heart" "Yes, mouslgnoro, I Ufar; your loidJiip wants a tub of olla podrida, lot* of smoked hums and a cant of lucryina Cristi." "Just HO." "But theso thins w"' coi* ''i1'1'-'1* dear." "What iloes that muttor/ Masanlello, tho Lend of tho injoplo, will pay." "Hey I" «aid tho tavern keeper, shaking his' Lead. Corcelli looked at his mufckut, I -veled it at the tavern keeper, and added; "llasaiiiello, 1 repeat, will pay...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

& íá: THE SOU TI lliKiV MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, NOV. 3J. w POLITICRL. Kaleidoscope Views. ' The election jitht lit-ld leaves tu un y (jties- tious undetermined, chief union# tliein in this : Wlwt in the wish of the people of the United Stales in respect to the reform of the tarltt, the continuance of the wur taxes, and the perpetuutlou of the surplus? The election of Mr. Harrison will naturally lead tho unobservin# to jump at the conclusion that the people, in rejecting the Democratic cand dates, have rejected' tariff reform. But why does New Jersey, so large a pro- portion of whose inhabitants are depen- dent upon hearlly-protected industries, give Mr. Cleveland a plurality of r>,412 iu 18S1? Why does Connecticut, n very bee- hive of protected manufactures, cast her electoral vote for Cleveland and the Mills bill? Why does New Hampshire, whose farmers have to borrow money to pay their tases whenever wool is low,'give Mr. Harrison it plurality o f 2.500 Hgaiust 4,0ffii for Bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 22 NEWS OF THE WEES. Missouri, and bo will bo bunged on D.-eemb'-r 38. Tbo legislature of Alabama is In to-nlon. Tbo United Stftto Maraht.ll ut Kmi Antonio, j A. C. Itargiove Is prosldvut of tl.o cnalc snd nt.ie to court a itrlko. It at brought brought Imclc from Mexico, Jules U-'-U-Short speaker of tbo house. The result ox tin 1 on ever} branch bielda and Tbonim WIU011, charged with kill- of tile election held in No Man's Land by the ellic const. has Shields and Tbonmt Wilson, charged log a Mexican in Kinney county about 11 year ago. Victoria has put a street railway in op- eration. A huge un'.mal, either a Hon or a panther, entered the house of a negro family near Clay Btution and carried off a nlno-yoar- old ohlld. D. A. Fulton, a late fireman on the Houston and Texas Central, wan found dead In an alley at Corslcauti. Hard drinking Is assigned as the cause. A wagon train con sistlng of eight wagons and teams passed through Denlson en rout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

t mi tíqttrti iKNTKKKn AT THE POST OFFICE AT DALLAS. 1EXAS, AS fSCOND ( I.ASS MAIL MATTER.] Official Journal of Texas State Alliance, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. VOL. VII. NO. ¿S. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDA Y, JVO V. 20.1888. WHOLE MO. Sli. NastavIUa, Memphis. littto ) JESSE FRENCH PIANO ft ORGAN CO. •800,000 CAPITA!* All goods warranted and told low for cash. Quick «alea and small profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable mo> cess. It la well known and thor- oughly reliable. Write as before purchasing; a two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FBENCH PIANO I ORGAN CO, Mil, Till. P. T. COURSET. 8. b. DUKY Persons wishing to buy, sell or exchange city or country (Improved or unimproved) lands for resident, farming or ranoh purpose , will do well to place tbelr business with us. We have a great variety of choice lands, in different parts of the stato, for sal* or exchange on the most liberal terms. Wo are prepared to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 29. the family. Uncle feth on XI * Marriage Qoeetlon. I'vo lived two sooro uv yoars tu i'caco with my good wife Sophroity, An'now 1 see the papers is denounoln' matri- mony: They say uierrlage Ih a fiilluro—but I guess they hain't been merrlod. Them editor old batohoidur* diluid bo killed off an' burled ! 80 merrigo is a failure, bey ? Home Journal- iatio searcher Blmeby will publish to tho world tlo cuesod- nessof vlioher! W'y don't they say the human roce tez ra'i-ja and mlssod lis mission. An' tell us Heaven U liadese, and true Para- dise perdition ! W'yw'enwe ware In our honeymoon, -o waded through sunny Sweet Meddersot' Forgetf ulncss. whoso brooks were filled wlili honey ; Thro' the Medders < f Forgotfuldoss ench roamed a cureless rovor, n life wuz one long 1 r ¿if rant breath er colum- bine an olover! An' w'en the rosy baby come, ho give our Joys expansion— A red star lu white blankets, dropped from (iod's celestial mansion- Told m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

THE FARM. THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 39. *o*ell*he AgeofHoraei The Country Gentleman any : ▲ correspondent encloses these linea wbloh are aid to havo appeared originally In the Toronto Truth : To tell the age of any horse, Insi ect the lower jaw, or course ; The t-ixth front tooth the tale wl'l toll, And every doubt and trar df«i>el. Two middle "nlppeis" you beholil Before the colt Is two weeks old. Before eight weeks two more will ooine; Bight months the "corners" out the gums. The outside grooves will disappear From middle two In just one Tear. In two years, from the second polr: In threo the corners too are L>uro, At two the middle "nippers" ''rop At three the seoond palrcan'c «top. When four years old the third pair goce; At five a full new set ho shows. The deep blaok spots will pass from view At six years from the middle two. The ffcoud pair nt seven years; At tight the spot caoH "corner" clours. From middle "nippers" upper jaw, At nine the lilack upoiB wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 29. i The Southern Mercury (OKI POLLAS A TUB IV ADVANCB.) -Publlahtd IN- STATE ALLIANCE PRINT ING BOARD. SBAB THIS OABEFUIAT. Patronise thoee who advertise with as. AdrertUtaj ntM t urnlshed on application, ilwin Mention Tu Kimcit when writ mg to advertisers. rttfi It— in Mtura mmM from cor- respondence Intended (or publication. ■nuntaetholguieeonthelabeloa jrourva par aad no that your tin* la oorreot. Vena. It Win teto about three weeks after sub- aorlptlons aro Mat befara the eubsorlbere nanea will appear on the recular mating nanea tallera. Whan eendlnx notloeeof ehaage of addresa. ea, ualeea the old aa well aa the raw rtdress la glvea, we cannot pay any attention to auob requceta. Bead money for Thi Himobt aa aponed above; all money for theEiehanse muat be sent to J7 B. Relly. DaUaa, Texas, care of National Hxohance Bank. Make moaer order*, draft*1 and all remit* lanoea payable to tbe order of Tnn Southbrw Mehocrt, and addreaa all letter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 29. THE ORDER. AS TO THE FUTURE. Tile Exchange-The U roary-Alllonoe Feasibilities. editor mkkcukyí—It u Indeed grstlly- log to every true member of our order to know that me A lliano* Exchange and Thk Mercury have at laat been made "man and wife," that all our enterprises bare been unified, that our leaden by one united effort bare cuat without the Alliance camp all eonfuelon and that originated It. Such Is the glorious lad, and now the Farmer ' Alliance within the etate of Texai le In- deed and In faot a band of united brethren Thle glorious new will make glad thou sande of benest. loyal Alllanoe hearta made tad because of the contusion among those in hlith placea la our order. Now that pence has been lull? restored and harmony secured 1 deem It opportune to ley before the brotherhood a FRW facts that 1 deem Important in assisting them In seeing their way clearly in supporting Al lisuc enterprises In future, bettering tbst it is my duty to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

• ■ SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 39. He Hen of Naples. t CHAPTER XVI. THE CASTEL-NUOVO. Dom Francesco advanced, with a solemn step and n pensivo hro*v. toward tho Castcl- Nuovo, whit bur his important mimlon sum- inoned hlin. IIo was terrified by tho aspect of Naples: tbo city was still moro agitated and tumultu- ous than it bod been the preceding evening. Women and armed men filled tho streets, calling for Masaniollo to como and lead them to attack tho Castel-Nuovo. It was with tbo greatest difficulty that tbo Benedictine at last contri vod to reach the ¿ates of the castle. Aa soon as he was perceived, with a whito flag in bis band, from tbo turrets, tho gover- nor of tbe fortress went down himself to meet him. The Benedictine explained lu a few words tbe reason for his coming, and asked to see tbe archbishop of Naples, who bad accompa- nied tbo Duko of Arcos in iiis escape from tbo Vicaria. The governor led Don Fran- cesco along tho subterraucous passage into tbe presence...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 39. .1 m "< UNEARNED WEALTH. The Growth of Trnata and Combines. The Principle of "The Q eateet Oood to the Orea teat Number" Must Prevail at iny Coat -Unreatrioted Compe- tition la the Hasna Carta of Commercial high ta. T All tha People Aak la That the X>aw of Supply and Demand be Beatored. Monopoly Arraigned. [Following are extract* lrom an addreaa delivered before tbe convention ol cattle- men and butchers at St. Louis, November 22,1888, by Mr. Clsrence N. Oustey, of Dal- las, Texas.] Hr. President and Gentlemen of the Con- vention: If it is true that the voice ot the people ia the voice of God, I expect during the days ol this convention to hear some thun- derings from Sinai. For, the Master Is come. From crowded town and spreading plsintbe people oome to protest against the accumulations of avarice, to choke tbe greed of rapacity and to lay their heavy hands upon the extortions of monopoly. They come not as blind followers of any p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 November 1888

| ft* Intondcnt of all Hues held a conference tkiar. ' afternoon, una It was unanimously nirreed In a freight wreok near Wichita Fulls, Mon- ithBt n0 concessions i-hould be made. The day, two trjinps who wore stealing a rldo In u What Shall We : bos oar, were killed — Uoturni from seventy eight counties received at a the governot'ii offloe foot up a majority of «3,5 for Rots over Martin In a total vote ef 190,847 — E. J. Itoddis, a prominent norcbant of Dalian, *u found dead In his ioom Thursday morning.— v out ting sorape between two itegroes, Wn. Leo and George Stlnson, of Greenville. resulted over a game of cards Monday, lnwItlonLea was badly out.—Harry Wright, Iho twelve year old son of A. P. Wright, a Ited lllver county farmer, was standing near tho revolv Ing shaft In a fin house when his clothing oaughtln the maoblnery and tho unfortunate lad was crushed into Jelly.—The Johnson county oo-operatlve aasoclatloa, or Orange store, has made an assignment. Assets, ts.MX); liabiliti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

otiibctn (■NTBIIKD AT THE POST OFflOK AT DALLA A* 1UA8, AH fBOOND CLASS MAIL MATTER.] eccnrgi Official Journal of Texas State Allianco, and of the National Farmers Alliance and Co-operative Union of America. roz. rii. no. ¿9. dallas, texas, tsubsda y, dec. 6.1888. whole no. 345. r i I I ^ I 4 •*. I .nuts. Nashville, lUtaMls. Utile tad MnslukM, ált JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. •SOO.OOO OAPXTAX* All goods warranted and «old low for cash. Quick aalea and amall profits is the motto that has won for this company such remarkable suc- cess. It is well known and thor* Write us before ougbly reliable. ourchasing; a two-cent stamp may save you money. JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO., NntvillB, Tino. P. T. COUBSET. LAND," ¿ÁNDT ■" EV Persons wishing to buy, sell or exchange oity or country (improved or unimproved) lands for resident, farming or ranch puntosos, will do well to plaoe tteir buslnens with us. Wo have a grout variety of choice lunds. In different parts of the state, for sal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE FAMILY. A Salo of Woman'* Heart. Written for The MrkoouM Oh I d< at thou wish me to Impart The tale o( woman's heart't Come then 'tis evening's pensive hour; Oomuto yon silont lonely tower; There where the summer gales ate mute. With cypress will I wreathe my luto And sadly, tearfully Impart The mournful tale of woman's heart. In childhood's fairest, brink test yours Her early smiles uro ohased by tears; Roproofs aubdue. rostrlot.ona bind. Her bounding will and sorr wing mini; Her Joys deludo, her pastimes fly— Her buds and blossoms droop and die; And disappointment's oonstant smart Inures to grief her Infant heart. New Joys, new griefs are hers to provo, She yields her trusting heart to love. Love—oh I what mighty thoughts are stirred By that all patient, oonquerlng word ! Love, that can lightly, gaily soan With passing wing the mind of man— ; But relirns, In lis resistless art. The sovereign of woman's heart. Perohanoo her feelings all approTc, She wins her flrst, hor only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. the farm. ▲ Comparison. I'd rather lar out here amour the tree*, With the ■ Inflo' bird* and the bum'lebees, A-knowin' that I ean do aa I please, Than to live what folk* oall a life of eace Up thar in the city. Ver I really don't 'saotly underatan' Where the oomfort la fer an y man In walUn' hot biieks and usln' a fan, And enjoy In' hlmielf m he says he osa, Up thar in the olty. It'i kinderlonesome raebbe you'll aay A-livln' out here day after day. In this kinder easy, oarelass way. But aa hour out here la bet ter'n a day Up thar In th* olty. Aa fer that, Just look at the flowera aroun' A-peepln' their heada up all over the groun', An' the fruit a-bendln' the treea way down ; You don't find such things aa theae in town. Or rather. In the olty. Aa 1 said afore, auoh things as these, The flowers, the birds and' bum'lebeop. An' a-ilvln* out bore among the tries, When you can take your ease an' do as you please. Makes It better'n the city. Kow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MBRCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. ?':§; The Southern Mercury (ONK DOLLAR A TSAR IK AOVAROS.) —Published by— STATE ALLIANCE PRINT ING BOARD. &BAX> THIS OASimLT. Patronise those who advertise with us. Advertlsln* ratea furnUhed on application. Always mention The Mbroort when writ me to advertisers. Keep bwweea manera aenerate from oor- reapondenee Intended (or publication. Examine the flarures on the label on your pa- per and aee that your time la correct. AD letters inte rhethar buatneee < hreaaed to Tbi Sot intended for Tan Jfaactmr i or otherwlM, should J>ead- OUTHIRM HB1 Jsbcubt, Dalla Tezaa. It will take about three weeka after sub- scriptions are aent befcre the subscribers names will appear on tho recular mallnc tallera. Whan sending notloee of chante ot address, ea, unleaa the old aa well aa the rew address la given, we cannot pay any attention te euou requests. Send money for Tn Mracpav ae specified above; all money for the Bxohance muit Tezaa, oare se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY s DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. THES DROBR. 9i- Annual Meeting of The National Farmers' Alliance. National Farmers' Alliance, Presi- dent's Okfíce.Fillt, Neb. The annual meeting of the National Farmer*' Alliance will be held at Dei Molnet, low*, on Tburadsjr and Friday, January lOtb and 11th, 1689, lor the pur- pose of electing officers for the ensuing year, and transacting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The basis of representation provided by the constitution is two delegates at large from each state and territorial Alliance, and one delegate from each twenty-live local Alliances or major fraction thereof whlcb have paid dues for the preceding year. But all members of the Alliance are cordially Invited to attend, and will be per- mitted to participate in the proceedings without vote*. This will be a very important meeting to the Alliance. Flans looking towards a more complete nationalization of the soci- ety, to tbe promotion of education...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. Hie Fisherman of Naples. «F AIEXAHDBB DUMAE CHAPTER XVIII. tbb banditti. When bo awoke ia tbo tavern of Cappa- clno, Conrad started up, felt his iimhfL u It to be (uro bo was himself, and tried to reool- loot where be was, and why be wa there. Not being able to aolvo this problem, he uttered a terrible Donner-Wetter, whlob brought the tavern keeper into the room. "What doe your lordship want?" asked II Oappuclno. "Vera I am, Donner-Wetter!" replied the drunkard. H Cappuclno, thinking that he wanted to wet bis throat, hurried to his cellar and soon returned with a flask of so mo gonerous liquor whlob bo plaeed before Conrad. The brigand gave tbo flask a blow with bis fist and sent it flying intj the middlo of tbó rooic, where it broke into a thousand ploces. 'Tdidn'd nag you vor any ding," said lie to II Cappuclno. "J thought that your lordship said some- thing about wetting" "Veil, vod ov dat, voolf "Why" "I vos only svearing. Put to do q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. MISCELLANY. AN OPEN LETTER. To the Editor of the St. Lout* Ilepubllo : Fifty thousand Prohibitionist ot the Lone Star SUte bid you God speed In your cru- sade on the rum Democracy of St; Louis. Divorce, whisky and politica and decent drinking, will receive a luUl blow. I am no crank, and I do not wl«h to de- prive any man of a legitimate right; but as no man •'llveth"—nor "dieth"—to himself alone, It is hard to tell where the unseen line begins or ends. I was much amused on reading in your issue of November 27, "Hell and the West." Will you please re- print that editorial three months before the next National Democratic convention meets? Or will a campaign editor then at the helm of the Republic ? Persue your course as indicated in the issue of the 27th and the Republic will not live three years. You are behind the times. You are too old-iashioned ; you are too honest; it won't win; this nation is on a down grade, and nothing short of a c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 December 1888

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, DEC. 6. - " ... 1 ' ■■■ 'Hi. It' O LABOR MEWS. Tho switchmen ' strike in Indianapolis has terminated In a defeat l'or tbo strikers. Tbelr plaoos have been filled und truins are all niov mg. Tbo Qenerat Assembly of tbe Knights of Labor adjourned last wook. Powderly's re- eleotlon la regarded favorably by the leaders of tbe order. It la current newapaper report tbat Thorn-.a Barry, ex-Kulght of Labor, will organizo a new tabor association on plana differing from the oid order In the following particulars: In dividual aaaembllea will be Independent, ac- knowledging no general exeeutlvo head; thero will be no duea to general offlcos; a vlg orous light will be made for the eigbt-bour law; It will take an active Intereat In polillos and ally Itself to tbe Demooratlo or the Ho- publican party aa expediency may advlao In olfforant sections; it will light Powderl . SHEWS OF THB WEEK. TIX AS. A popular young lady In Oandera county married a reckless cowboy...

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