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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.
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 was notified to appear
ud show his eligibility if possible, but he
retused to do so. The council, therefore,
called for a new election to be held June
20, for mayor and for one alderman in the
Third ward, where a tie occurred.
Austin.—Figures 'in comptroller's de-
partment shows that the total collections
on accojiut of occupation taxes lor the
year ending April 30, last, was $039,207,
against $¡>53,103 the preceding year.
Austin.—Governor Iioss pardoned T.
Montalis, sent up irom Bexar county for
theft oí $¿0. The pardon was asked by
District Judge Noonan, District Attorney
Paschal, and others.
Babtrop—A row occurred at Givens-
vllle, in this county. Killed—white: AIox
Nolan, George Schoopf. Colored: Peter
Bell and X'eter Ellis. Wounded: Sherman
Moore, Bob Glass, Hie Glass, Wm. Stroth-
er and Addison Lltten dangerously wound-
ed. Addison Litlen, white, was on trial
for a potty ofl'enso. The prisoner, alter
tbe jury retired, stepped out doors, when
the oonstable ordered him In and lired on
him. The firing by both whites and blacks
become general. One hundred shots or
more were lired. Precinct No. 3 has a col-
ored justice and constable. Great blame is
attached to the officers for the fight. The
sheriff and posfce are after tbe constable.
Lttten's and Strother's recoveries are very
from the scene of the conflict states that
Lltten, the white prisoner, when the jury
had gone out on bis case, asked permission
ol the negro magistrate to retire for a lew
minutes. He had started to tbe door when
the negro constable, Wilson, called to him
to halt. Mr. Lltten stopped and turned to
see who addressed him. As he did bo tbe
constable fired at blm, tbe ball striking
him in tbe center of the forehead. The ne-
gro continued tiring at the dying man until
he bad emptied every chamber of his re-
volver. There were about a half dozen
white men In the room. The rest of tbeui,
thinking all danger over, had mounted
their horses and rode homeward. Tbe first
Shot of the constable was the signal for the
crowd of negro men in the court room, who
were all armed, to fire. They delivered a
perfect volley of bullets. When tbe
negroes bad emptied their pistols and
the firing ceased tbe following were
found to shot: Alf Litten, white
mortally wounded; P. Strouther, shoj
twice, badly wounded; G. Scheff, killed ;
Heaton Glass, dangerously wounded; A.
Noland, killed ; Peter Ball, colored, killed.
He was the only negro killed, and is said
to have been struck by a stray ball.
It is stated the few whites in
the room bad no time to re-
turn the fire, but were instantly sbotdown.
One report says after the masacre tbe
"begro justice and bis constable tied. Mr.
Murchison, a prominent white citizen liv-
ing in tbe neighborhood, says the negroes
had been plotting the massacre for some
time. More trouble is feared.
Plaquemine, La.—Dave and Wilson
Knockum, who murdered Ben Fisher at
Bayou Paullane a few months ago, have
been found guilty of murder in tbe first
Monroe, La.—It is understood that the
leading business men of this city are pre
pared to oiler a bonus of $30,000 to bave
the proposed cotton bagging factory located
Norfolk. Va.—A negro named Coffee
has been arrested here on a charge of firing
the residence of F. C. Clarke, thereby des-
troying the building and lives of Clarke
and four of his family.
Jackson, Tenn.—A jury haB at last
been secured to try the famous libel suit of
Rev. Frederick Howard against several
members of bis former church.
Huntsville, Ala.—While under
ipell of dizziness Henry W. Helm, aged
BB years, fell from a second story window
In Splllman's hotel and broke his neck.
Jackson, Miss.—Rev. Stm Jones has
commenced bis evangelistic labors bere and
Will go to Wesson to commence a series of
Durant, Miss.—John Burnes was over*
come by foul air, while cleaning a well
here, and he expired in a few moments af-
ter being drawn to tbe surface.
Mobile, Ala—Mrs. Ann Emanuel,
sged 01, was horribly burned by the expío
lion of a kerosene oil lamp.
Morgan City, La.—Farmers are rejoic-
ing over the liberal rainfall, the first of any
iccount for three months.
Mobile, Ala:—Brother Samuel, con-
tented with the Spring Hill college, was
drowned while bathing near Battle's
New Orleans, La.—The United Coa-
federate veterans associations has been or*
ganlzed here, and General John B. Gordon
of Georgia, elected president. Tbe next
netting of the veterana will be held la
Pxksacola, Fla.—The captain and sev-
•ral of the crew or the British ship Recip-
rocity, which arrived hen subsequent to
" T1 fco A wrlo, and was not al-
lowed to enter the port, have beon arrest,
ed for coming to this by rail from Mobile,
where they had taken the ship.
Columbia, S. C.—The action of Willie
Owen in killing his stepfather. Dr. J. 0.
Owen, who was maltreating the lad's
mother, has beed justified by tbe coroner's
Pine Blufk, Ark.—Officers are looking
for Arrostead .lobuson, a negro brute who
is charged with hanging a 10-year-old ne-
gro boy until lie was dead on account of
ail alleged tliefc.
Helena, Akk.—This (Phillips) county
was visited by a heavy wind and hailstorm
during tbe night. Houses were unroofed_
fences blown down and considerable dam-
age was done to crops.
Nashville, Tenn.—The local execu-
tive committee of the National Educational
association aro arranging for the accommo-
dation of 10,000 visitors who will attend
the annual meeting of the association next
Louisville, Ky.—William Showers,
whose wife died rather mysteriously a
short time ago, has become a raving ma-
niac. He was found in the cemetery
wandering among the graves and said he
was looking for his wife.
The pope has had tho gates of the Vatican
reopened and has resumed his receptions.
The new Parisian Comptoir d' Escompte
was definitely organized with M, deNor-
mundie as president.
Mr. Gladstone continued his tour deliv-
ering speeches at Truro, St. Aucell and
Bodmin. Ho received ovations every-
There was a riot in Turin, growing out
of a strike. The rioters were charged and
dispersed by cavalry. Many arrests were
Tbe departure of tho steamship City of
New York from Liverpool was prevented
yesterday because of tbe Impossibility ol
obtaining a crew, in consequence ol the
Princess Eugene Esterhazy is dead. The
priuctss, who was a sister of tbe Archducl •
ess Isabella, was a leading beauty. It is
stated that she died of grief for the late
Crown Prince Rudolph.
A letter received at Zanzibar from Uru-
rul, on tbe southeastern shore of tbe Victo-
ria Nyanza, dated December 3d, reports
the arrival there of Henry M. Stanley
with a number ol invalid members of hiB
Germany has not broken off diplomatic
relations with Switzerland. Tbe concen-
sus of opinion is that the Wohlgemuth In-
cident is closed, but Germany will perhaps
apply vexatious mensures on tbe frontier.
A farmer near Serrls, hlR wife and daugh-
ter and two othor persons have been mur-
dered by a laborer named Roquet, at Tou-
louso. Roquet's motive was revenge, be
baving been discharged Irom the farmer's
STATE LABOR CONVENTION.
To be Held in Dallas July 3, 1880.
Grand parade and labor procession on the
Basket dinner at the Fair Grounds.
Declaration oi Independence will be read
by Hon. J. T. Loe of Dadas.
will be delivered by the following dlstin
H. F. Ring of Harris county. Subject,
The Land Question.
Wm. E. Farmer of Van Zandt county.
Subject, Social Conditions.
J. H. Jackson of Tarrant county. Sub-
ject, Eight Hours and Organization.
General addresses—Melvin Wade and S.
R. Johnson of Dallas county.
An eight hour song written for the occa-
sion, entitled "Hurrah for Shorter Hours,'"
will be sung by the Dallas Eight Hour
Choir. To be concluded at night with a
grand Eight Hour Ball.
Organizations of tbe following cities and
towns are 'cordially invited to attend in
bodies and participate in the procession:
Fort Worth, Gainesville, Sherman, Deni-
soi), Denton, Corsicana, Kuu'nian, Kemp,
Terrell, Farmersville, Waxubaebie, Cle-
burne, Alvarado, McKlnney, Arlington,
Hutchlns, Houston, Austin and Galveston.
Admission to tbo grounds free. For fur-
ther inlormatlon address
Jas. Boggs, Sec.
To the secretaries of the several County
Alliances throughout tbo stale of Texan:
My postofliue address is Dexter, Cooke
county, Texas. Respectfully,
L. s. Adair,
Cb'n Com. on Credentials F. S. A. of T.
Please announce that there will be a
meeting of tbe shareholders of Gonzales
County Alliance Co-oporatlve Association
in Gonzales on July 4th at 10 a. m., to hear
report oi board of directors and to elect a
new board for the ensuing year.
H. C. Bach, Sec.
P. S.—Wo need a lecturer badly.
The Oauao of Hia Silence.
I have another girl at my house. It Is a
fine one, too, and in a iew days I will be
on tbe "war-path." Will send in a list ol
appointments soon. All are well. Please
pote this that the broterbood may know
tbe cause ol my former silence.
T. M. Smith,
Loot Helra Wanted.
Alfred Fox married Mrs. Margaret Nlch
ola, widow af John Nichols, deceased, at
San Augustine, Texas, in IS."#, and soon
after bis marriage moved with his family
from San Augustine county, it la thought,
to Walker county, Texas. Mrs. Fox'*
tnaiden name waa Wade. Her heirs can
gain valuable information by addressing
Broocks Brothers, San Augustine, Texas.
Bead our special dabbing offer on pagoS
* ' " '
The Mercury will esteem It a favor If
all county secretaries who will agreo to
distribute sample copies and secure sub-
scribers lor Thk Mercury to send us a
postal card ststlng about how many copies
they will need. We will cheerfully for-
ward a good-sized package to each and ev-
ery County Alliance iu time for their July
meeting, provided wo can get somebody to
make nn effort to get up a list of subscrib-
ers. Tub Mercury will allow County or
snb-Alliances to deduct tho cost of sending
the mouey irom tbe total amount Beat.
Alliance Notioo of Milam County.
Sub-Alliances are requested to Instruct
delegates to County Alliance whether or
not they lavor iho adoption of cotton bag-
ging as passod by the Birmingham conven-
tion. The delegates aud officers are earn-
estly requested to attend the County Alli-
ance, as It Is the most important meeting
we have ever held.
.t. b. gilliland.
Editor Mercury:—Will you please ask
some practical Alliance brother to give me
a model plan to build an APiance gin. My
sub-Alliance desires to build a gin for their
own special benefit; so I take this method
of obtaining whatever experience I can
get. We want the best plan from a to z.
Please publish through The Mercury so
others may utilize the same.
The Mercury is my favorite paper.
Tnos. B. Parks.
Juno 10, 1S89.
Tho Limestone County Alliance will
meet at Thornton, on Wednesday, 3rd day
of July. On Thursday, tho 4th, tho
Knights of Honor will Join us in n public
celebration ol our national holiday. S. O.
Davis, of Springtown, Parker county, and
T. M. Smith, oi Navarro county, will orate
upon tho principles of the Alliance. Our
noble order in Limestone county is on tbe
advance. Tine Mercury is invited to bo
with us. Fraternally,
F. M. Sellers,
Sei¿y. L. Co. Alliance, No. C07.
See the card of the Cooperage Co., else-
To Sub-Alliances of Bell Oonnty.
At the next regular meeting of Bell
County Alliance, which convenes with Lit-
tle River City Alliance on Tuesday July 2,
at 10 a. m., action will be taken on tbe pro-
posed consolidation of the National Agri-
cultural Wheel with the National Farmers
Alliance and Co operative Union of Amer-
ica. Also upon the advisability of raising
dues from 25 cents to 00 cents per quarter,
tbe additional 25 cents to go to the Farm-
ers Alliance Exchange and stock issued
therefor by the Exchango to the County
Sub-Alliances will please instruct their
Jas. A. ITolcomb, Sec.
The farmers can savo money by purchas-
ing their groceries and supplies from Pat-
terson & Ea«on, 1428 and 1430 Klin St.
H. C. Fouts: Lost use of arms. Recov-
ered instantly on application of Atkins'
Rattle Suake Oil.
For sale by all druggists. If not in your
town, address Oko. T. Atkins,
517 Elm St., Dallas, Tex.
Editor Mercory:—t see I failed to
give dato of meeting of our county Alii
ance. It will meet on tbe 2nd day of July,
at Penn Camp Ground on San Gabrel river.
Thorndale is the nearest depot, it is on the
international & Groat Nerihcrn railroad.
M. T. McNeil, Sec.
W. J. Pruitt: Dropped to ground with
Intense pain. Rubbed with Atkins' Rattle
Snake Oil; in tcu minutes was in wagon
For sale by all druggists. If not in your
town, address Geo. T. Atkins,
517 Elm St., Dallas, Tex.
Patterson & Kanon, 1428 and 1430 Elm St.,
Dallas, can exchango fresh groceries for
your produce arid food.
Editor Mercury:—! have been re
qucstod by the president of Johnson
County Alliance, to say to you that John
son County Alliance will hold its next
regular session at Green Brier the third
Friday July 1(1,1889, a mass meeting of all
Alliance members of Johnson county
Hoping that you will publish tbe saine I
remain your Irlend and brother,
O. F. Doknblaher.
Grand View, Texas.
Savo money by buying your groceries
from Patterson & Eason, 1428 and 1430,
Editor Mercury:—As 1 do not see
Cass County Alliance meeting mentioned
in The Mercury I will send date and
place ol meeting. It will meet at Cusicla
Thursday, July 1880. For Heaven's sake
send us a lecturer, as we bavo never had
one and need him. Our county Alliance
passed a resolution to pay o lecturer #2.50
per lecture to visit tbe tub-Alliances in
this county. Respectfully,
N. J. Barron.
Sec. Center Alliance.
We pay the highest market price for
country produce and feed. Patterson &
Eason, 1428 and 1430 Elm St.
Want and Exchange Column.
In this column wo will Insert froe of charge
to any Alliance member, onetime, any notice
relating to wants or exuhauge. Notices must
not exceed fivo lines.
STOCK WANTED—Cattle or sheep, on
■bares. Reference oa application.
Field' Store, Texas.
WANTED—A settled woman, to do
bouse work aud family sewing. Small
family; a good borne lor tbe right person.
^ Mm. Bkttib Gay,
— _ — i— ~ _~i_ ~j~i_n_ru~u~i_PL i
Editor Mercury:—At' the request of
our pres lent I send you a portion of the
minutes of our last regular meeting for
publicaron In Thk Mercury. Union Al-
liance. No. 2.50, met in regular uession on
Saturda> g^une 1st. Under head of new
business T irciilar letter by board of direc-
tors of F#>hange, showing the standing of
the busie s* was read and a call; was made
on the n'emWrs present (fifteen in num-
ber) -to ct;mc to tbe aid of tho Exchauge.
The* resjfon u d eheorfully In the sum of
oneffollar eu(h; fifteen dollars was mado
up in u few minutes. The amount was
handed over to the secretary with instruc-
tions to forward as soou as possible to tbe
Exchange in the mme of this Alliance. A
portion ol the proceedings of tbe Birming-
ham, Ala., convention held on the 15th
and 10th of Muy was then read. A motion
prevailed that the president appoint a
committee ol'tlireo to draft resolutions ox-
pressive of the endorsement of the pro-
ceedings of tlio above convention.
Resolved. That wo, the members of
Union Alliance, No. 2250, do most heartily
approve of tho proceedings of the Birming-
ham convention, and pledge our most
liosolved, That wo will adopt ootton
bagging for wrapping our cotton and will
use no other.
Resolved, That we recommend every
sub-Alliance, Wheel, Union, etc., iu the
cotton growing states, to pass similar reso-
lutions aud publish the same iu The Mer-
cury or other official paper.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu-
tions be sent to The Mercury for pub-
lication. i). L. Wiley, )
A. J. Magek, v Com.
A. F. Smith. j
Editor Mercury:—FrostAlllanee, No.
2017, at its last regular meeting passed tbo
Resolved, That this Alliance will en-
deavor to support the action of tbo Bir-
mingham Qonvontion in regard to the uso
of bagging} and we roquest all our mem-
bers to co-operate in this individually
lie It further
Resolved, That a copy of this resolu-
tion be sent to The Mercury lor publi-
cation. J. L. Frost, Pres.
J. B. Scott, Lee.
Hlokery Grove Allianoe.
Whereas, Our National Alliance Wheel
did at the Birmingham convention adopt
cotton bagging to wrap the present cotton
crop In over tho oppression and the rnov-
lugs of the jute bagging trust, therefore
Resolved, That Hlckery Grove Alliance,
No. 2101, adopt cotton bugging to wrap our
cotton, and wo hope the brotherhood wllj
consider tbe matter. Wo ask tbat this bo
published In The Mercury.
J. D. Sellers, Pres.
J. S. Skale, Sec.
Robert Gletrhorn Alliance.
Editor Mercury—Robert Glegborn
Alliance, No. 3073 favor the resolution that
appeared iu The Mercury In regard to
the $1 dues if uinmonded us follows: Be it
Resolved, That the mombers of Robert
Gleghorn Alliance, No. 3673, lavor tbe pay
ing ol tbe $1 dues for manufacturing pur.
poses, provided that tho same shall be
placed In the treasury of the county Alli-
ance, Instead ol going to tho executive
committee ol tbo Manufacturing Alliance
of Texas, and tbe same to be paid out of
the county Alliance for manufacturing
purposes only wheu and where it sees
Resolved, That these resolutions be
sent to The Mercury lor publication.
Joe Rusling, Sec.
At a regular meeting of Sllvorreen Alli-
anoe the following resolution was adopted :
Re olved, That wo fully endorse the ac-
tion of tho Birmingham meeting, and tbat
we will use cotton covering for our pres-
ent crop In prelerence to jute bagging.
Whereas, We think the pr. sent way of
getting money for Alliance Institutions Is
unjust, and tbat all money for Alliance In-
stitutions fhould be raised by taxing each
male member In the state occording to his
actual worth. Therclore, bo It
Resolved, Tbat we do not favor raising
dues any further than is provided for al-
ready by our constitution, by any set as-
sessment for manufacturing or mercantile
Resolved, That we do all wo can
through our delegate to state and set forth
said plan. Further
Resolved, Tbat we send these resolu-
tions to Thk Mercury for publication.
It. H. Curry, Sec'y.
Whereas, It is currently reported that
tho Infamous bagging trust of 18HS Is to
continue Its robbery of tbo cotton pro-
ducer during the present year, and tbat
for tbe purpose of carrying out their
scheme complete arrangements have al-
ready been made by buying all the avail-
able jute butts on the market; and
Whereas, A tame submission to such un-
just and Iniquitous exactions Is altogether
unworthy or citizen who cull themselves
farmers, and must Inevitably result in ag-
gressons of even a more oppressive char-
Resolved. Tbat we will not submit to
such exactions Inasmuch as there has been
a plan devised by which we are freed from
Resolvod. Tbat we endorse tbe action
of tbe Birmingham conference In rejecting
the proposition of Messrs. Mnrdock and
Donophan, and the substitution of cotton
roping (or this year's crop.
Resolved, Tbat we nrge tbe brethren
throughout the state to patronize tbe cot-
ton bagging manufacturers, even If tbe
bagging should cost more than tbe Jute
J. L- Wn celes*, ■)
Jno. Co*way, \ Con Ü
W. I Mamut, J
COUNTY ALLIANCE MEETINGS.
Angelina County Allianoe will meet at
Homer on Friday, July 6.
Anderson County Allianoe will meet with
Kechesville Alliance, on Thursday, July
Atascosa County Alliance will meet with
Sblloh Alliance on Thursday, July 18.
Bastrop County Allianoe will meet at
Smlthvllle, on Tuesday, July 2.
Burleson Couuty Alliance will meet with
Sunshine Alliance, 11 miles west of Cald-
well, on Thursday, July 18.
Blanco County Alliance will meet on
Hickory Creek, Thursday, July 4.
Bandera County Alllancs will moet with
Bandera Alliance, ou Friday, July B.
Bexar County Alllunce meets with Wes-
ley Chapel, llftoon miles northeast of San
Antonio, on Tuesday July 10.
Brazoria County Allianco will meet at
Alvtn on Friday July 19,
Bowie County Alliance meets atGodley's
Pruirlo on Friday July 12.
Brown County Allianoe meots with
Pleasant Grove Alliance, Thursday July 4.
Burnett County Alliance will meet with
Colorado Alliance on Thursday, July 4.
Boll County Allianco will moot with Lit-
tle River City Allianoe, ou Tuosduy, July 2.
Brazos Couuty Alliance will meot with
Prospect Alliance, on Thursday, July 4. ...
Cuss County Alllanoo will meot at Cus-
seta, on Thursday, July 18.
Coleman County Allianco will meet with
Washlngtun Allianco, eighteen miles
northwest of Coleman, on Monday, July 1.
Collin County Alliance meets at McKin-
ney on Wednesday, July 17, 1880.
Callaban County Alliance meets with
Spring Gup Alliance oa Tuesday, July 0.
Coryell County Alliance will moet with
Turnover Allianco, near Gatosvillo, on
Wednesday July 10.
Comal County Allianoe will meet at New
Braunl'elB on Friday, July B.
Camp County Alliance will meet with
Popos Academy Allianco on Thursday
Colorado County Alllanoo will moot at
Columbus on Friday, July 12.
Clay County Alliance meets at Henrietta
on Tuesday July 0.
Chambers County Allianco meets with
Union Grove Alliance, on Thursday July 4.
Denton County Alliance will moet at
Denton on Friday, July B.
Delta County Alliance will meot with
Blue l'ralrlo Alliance, three miles from
Ben Franklin, on Thursday, July 11.
DeWitt County Alliance ruoets at Cuero
on Tuesday July 2.
Erath County Alliance will meet at Ste
phenvllle, Wednosduy July 10.
Ellis County Alliance will meet at Wax.
ahachlo on Friday, July 5.
Eastland County Allianco will moet with
Freedom Alliance, B miles southeast of
Eastland, on Wednesday, July 17.
Frmklln Countv Alliance will meet at
Mt. Vornon, on Thursday, July 11.
Fayette County Allianco will meot at
Flatonia on Friday, July 12.
Falls County Alliance will moet at Mar-
tin on Tuesday, July 0,
Freestone County Alliance will meot
with lircwcr Alliance, twelve miles from
Mexia, on Tuesday July 0.
Fannin County Allianco meets at Boa-
hum on Thursday July 4.
Gregg County Allianco will meot with
Tryon Alliance on Thursday, July 4.
Gillespie County Alliance will meet with
Honey Crock Alliance, elgbt miles south-
west of Frcdorleksburg, on Friday, July
Grimes County Allianco will meet with
Pine Grove Alliauce, six miles south of
Anderson, on Thursday July 18.
Goliad County Alllunce will meet with
Sarco Alliance 011 Wednesday July 10,
Guadalupe County Alliauce will moet at
Seguln, Thursday July 4.
Gonzales County Alliance will meet at
Gonziles, on Thursday, July 4.
Hill County Alliance will meet with
Eureka Alliauce, near Whitney, on Thurs-
day, July 11.
Ii rdln County Alliance will meet at
Saratoga Springs, 14 miles westofKountze,
on Friday, July 12.
Hamilton County Alliance will meet at
Pottsville on Thursday, July 18.
Harris County Alliauce will meet in
Houston, on Thursday, July 11.
Henderson County Alliance meets at Red
Hill, three miles east of Murchison, on
Tuesday July 2.
Hays County Allianco will meet at Kyle,
on Tuesday, July 2.
Hunt County Alliance meets ten miles
north of Greenville on Thursday July 4,
Jack County Alliance meets at Burton
Springs on Tuesday July 2.
Johnson County Allianco will meet at
Greenbrier, ou Friday, July 10,
Kerr County Alllanoo will meet at Sllvor
Creek School House, on Saturday, July
Kaufman County Alliance meets at Kauf-
man, Thursday July 11.
Lampasas County Alliance meets with
McCreevllle Alliance on Wednesday July 10
Leon County Alllancs will meet with
Lono Star Alliance, nine miles west of Cen-
tcrvllle, on Friday, July 12.
Lavscca County Alliance will meet on
Friday July 12. [No place given by Secre-
Limestone Connty Alliance meets at
Thornton, on Wednesdsy, July 3.
Liberty County Alllancs will meet with
Concord Alliance, Tarkington's Prairie,
on Friday, Jul/ 12.
Lee County Alliance will meat at Early
Cbapel, 8 miles west «1 Lexington,
Llano Coun ty Alliance will meet with
Csp Mountain, 7 mile* oast of Llano oa
Thursday, July 18.
Morris County AllUsee will meet with
Pleasant Grove Alliance, near Dalngerfield,
Friday July 0.
Milam County Alliance will meet at Penn
Camp Ground on the San Gabriel river,
Montgomery County Alliance will meet
with Friendship Alllanoo on Thursday
McLennan County Alliance meets at
Waco, Tuesday July 0.
Montague County Allianco meets at
Bowie on Thursday July 4.
Matagorda County Alliance meots at Red
Bluff on Thursday July 25.
Medina County Alliance meets at Hoby
Settlement on Friday J uly 12.
McCulloch County Alliance meets at
Brady City, Thursday July 11.
Navarro County Allianco will meet with
Rabbit Hill Alliance, on Thursday, July
Orange County Alliance will meet at
Orange on Friday, July 12.
Polk County Alliance will meet eight
milfs west of Llvlugston on Thursday and
Friday July 11 and 12.
Pauola County Alliance meets at Car-
thago on Thursday July 11.
Palo Pinto County Alliance meets with
Mllsup Valley A1U anee four miles west of
Mllsap, on Friday, July B.
Parker County Alliance will meet at
Springtown, on Friday, July B.
Rusk County Alliance will meet with
New Harmony Allianco, threo miles south'
wost of Henderson, on Tuesday July 2.
Red ltivor County Alllanoo will meet
with Brewster Prairie Alliance four miles
southeast of ClarksvUle, on Weddesday,
Robertson County Alliance will meet
with New Hope Allianco, six miles north
of Franklin, on Tuesday, July 2.
Smith County Alliauoo will meet with
Myrtle Allianoe, near Flynt Station, on
Thursday, J uly 4.
Stephens County Alliance will meet with
Mountain Peak Alliance, on Thursday,
Stonewall County Alliance will meet at
Ray nor, on Friday, July 20,
Sabino County Allianco will meet at
Hemphill, on Saturday, July 0.
San Augustine County Allianoe will meet
at South Harper on Thursday, July 4.
San Jacinto County Alliance will meet at
Union Center on Thursday July 4.
Sbacklelord County Allianoe meets at
Albany, Friday July 12.
Travis County Alliance will meet at Aus-
tin on Friday July 12.
Trinity County Alllanoo will meet at
Groveton on Friday, July 5,1880.
Tyler County Alliance will meet with
Cherokee Allianoe on Thursday, July 18.
Upshur County Allianco will meet with
Ming's Cbapel Alliance, noar Gilmer, on
Tuesday, July 10.
Van Zandt County Allianco meets with
Plcusaut Ridge Alliance, Thursday July 18.
Wood County Alllanoo will meetat Quit-
man on Wednesday, July 3.
Wilson County Alllanoo will meet with
Marcelana Alliance, noven miles northwest
of Floresvllle on Tuesday, July 2.
Williamson County Alliance will meet
at Goorgotown, on Tuesday, July 0.
Washington County Allianoe will moot
In Urenham, on Friday, July 12.
Wichita County Allianoe will meet with
Beaver Creek Alliance, on Friday, July
Young County Alliance will meot at
Bolknap on Thursday, July 18.
For bargains In grooerles call on Patter-
son & Eason, 1428 and 1430 Elm St. They
also purchase all kinds of oountry produce
K. J. Km.in. Manager, I
formerly of UallaH IJUI l'iioly f
Successors to DALLAS BAKKEL FACTORY.
IVali rs In ull kinds of COOl'KltAGE. oon>
hIm'Iiik of Molasses Marréis. Half llarrols,
lCeirs, Kiour. Fruit and Meal Mairels. Also
uiain.ioctiiri'rH of Cypress Cisterns and Tanks
(Milco and factory foot of South Austin St.,
If you want n cistern buy oneof our patent
corrugated gulvanl/.ed Iron olsterns. They
are superior to olthor woodor or brick olsterns.
They ure cheaper and wo sell them under a
guarantee for twenty years. We oan refor to
hundreds that we have sold bere In Dallas and
over Texas and we only repeat the general
vordiot when wo prououneo tbeu tbe only
perfect cistern made.
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