The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1893 Page: 16 of 16
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8am Jones is holding a reviva
meeting at Sedalia, Mo.
The pablio debt increased over
$1,000,000 during June.
There were 999 deaths from
eholera in Mecca on Monday.
The Galveston (Tex.) Evening
Tribune has made an assignment.
The Wood River Silver Mines
at Boise, Idaho, have suspended
Kansas has increased the taxa-
ble value of railroad property from
$51,000,000 to $62,000,000.
The question of making one fare
for the round trip to Chicago is be-
ing dis uesed by the railroads.
The Dallas (Tex) Tinware
Stamping Works have .made an
assignment: liabilities over $21.-
The complete returns from Ger-
many show that the next Reich-
stag will have a safe army bill
At the bicycle races at Waco,
Texas, Will Tackaberry run a
mile in 2:38breaking the state
In thirty counties in Western
Kansas the wheat crop is a com-
plete failure, and Gov. Lewelling
has been asked for aid.
The Confederate Reunion that
was to take place at Birmingham,
Ala., this month, has been post-
poned till the middle of Septem-
An unsuccessful attempt was
made by train robbers to hold up
a passenger train on the S. A. &
A. P. Ry., near Breckenridge,Tex.
The fireman was killed and one of
the robbers captured.
T. J. Wood, formerly oashier of
the Ninth National Bank of Dal-
las, Texas, has been jailed. He
was indicted on seven charges of
embezzlement and making false re-
ports to the secretary of the treas-
J. L. Fleming, a negro editor,
who had published articles in his
paper reflecting on southern wo-
men, uninvited visited Marion,
Ark. He was severely beaten and
had one of his ears sliced ofif by
one of the enraged citizens.
The famous Mollie Gibson mine
at Aspen, Col., the greatest silver
Sroducer in America, has closed
own and will not operate again
till trade justifies it. None of the
big mines are in operation and the
smaller ones will cloaé soon.
Louis Snyders' Sons, paper ma
kers of Cincinnati, have made an
assignment. Their assets are over
$1,000 000 and their liabilities less
than $300,000. The trouble was
caused by their inability to secure
a loan of $7,000 from the banks.
At Englewood, 111., the "ad-
vance guard" of the salvation army
was jailed, charged with disturb-
ing the peace. They were brought
before the justice of the peace who
refused to release them or hear
their case because he was at a loss
to perform his functions. The
case was appealed to Judge Tuley
who released the prisoners. The
Salvationists who were arrested
have each brought suit for $10,000
against the justice and another
prominent citizen who caused the
WANT AND EXCHANGE.
In thli column we will Insert free of charge
to any subscriber, one time, any notice re-
lating to wan to or exchange. Notices mast not
exceed Uve Unes.
ANTED—A good agent In every county in
the state to sell our Stand rd Family
Portraits through the country. Agents mutt
furniah traveling conveyance, and good refer-
enoe None but those who mean business
need apply. A good hustler can make lrom S3
to 18 por day. Address, with stamp for reply
C. B. ANDERSON & CO.,
119 l.lreOak St, Dallas, Texas.
WANTED—A few good men to handle
oar Fine Portraits. Just the thing
for School Teachers who want to spend
the vacation at a pleasant and profita-
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THE SOUTHWESTERN PORTRAIT CO.,
602 Elm St.. Dallas. 4fcxas.
WANTED—The address of the person who
sent $1 05from llendon, Texas for litera-
ture. Mercury, Dallas, Texas.
TANTED—The address of Walter Elrod
J. A. Knowles, Ewell, Texas.
FOR 8ALE—A fine black land farm, 173 acres
115 in cultivation, w«>ll Improved; three
miles frm Pecan Gap, Delta county, on long
" rairle. For particnlars addreBs J. H. Eiland,
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ANTED—Some Nicarangna whfat.
Address, J S. Wilkinson, Tolosa, Tex.
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readers of this paper the advantages of that
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as to the East and Southeast, arrangements
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enable them to send any one or more or more
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20. Dream Life. By Ik. Marvel [Donald
19. Co8mopoll8. By Paul Bourget.
18. Reveries of a Bachelor. By Ik.
Marvel [Donald G. Mitchell].
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Wilcox. One of tnis writer's best
works; 192 pages; author's portrait.
8. Poems and Yarns by James
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Prose by Nye, poetry bv Riley. il-
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3. An English Girl in America. By
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facts; 209 pages.
9. Martha Washington Cook Book.
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study, and especially adapted for
both sexes. Containing rules which,
if observed, insure health and beauty.
14. Social Etiquette. By Emily S. Bou-
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many to great d amago. "Manners
make the Man." 288pages.
17. Looking Forward. An imaginary
vlBlt to the World's Fair, Chicago,
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the books you wiBh, enclosing 12 centB for eftch
bo-k, mark your envelope "Book Depart-
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G. P. & T. A. Cotton Belt Route,
St. Louis, Mo.
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Mowers—ali sizes, Hay Rakes,
Steel Self Binders,
Steel Disc Harrows,
Peg Tooth Harrows,
Spring Tooth Harrows,
Buggies and Wagons.
Many New and Valuable Improvements.
THIS WEBKS' BARGAINS.
Stuyvesant, medium, ebonized.. .$175
Vose, large, rosewood 200
Mathushek, large, rosewood 225
Mathubhek, large, fancy, rosewood 250
New Eng and, medium, ebonized 200
New England, medium, walnut.. 225
Several Good Square Fiiuoi at
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For particnlars address,
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Ideal Single Barrell
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Park, Milton. The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 6, 1893, newspaper, July 6, 1893; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth185523/m1/16/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .