The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1896 Page: 3 of 16
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APRIL 9, iSgtf.
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ways inflammation and cures congestions, wheth-
er of the lungs, stomach, bowels, or other glands
or mucous membranes.
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(minutes. Not one hour after reading this adver-
tisement need anyone suffer with pain.
ACHES AND PAINS.
For headache (whether sick or nervous), tooth-
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;and weakness in the back, spine or kidneys,
'pains around the liver, pleurisy, swelling of the
, joints and pains of all kinds, the application of
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Mention Southern Mercury when you write*
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We are prepared to
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paper and job printing
outfits, presses, type,
paper, everything. We
offer you the lowest
market prices, quick
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liberal terms, and
the advantage of deal-
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t*boi*tn msrewyvrkssyss writs*
A CHAPTER ABOUT GHILDIUBN.
Now York Sun.
Three little words we often see
Are aiPtiolee—a, an and the.
A noun's the name of anything,
As school Or «arden, hoop or awing.
Adjectives tell the kind of noun,
As, great, small, pretty, white or brawn.
Instead of nouns the (pronouns etand:
His head, her face, your arm, my hand.
Verbs tell ot something to he done—
To read, write, laugh, sing, jump or run.
How things are done the adverbs tell,
As slowly, quickly, 111 or well.
Conjunctions join the words together,
As men and women, wind or weather.
The preposition stands before
The noun—as, in or through the door.
The interjection shows surprise,
As, Oh! how pretty! Ahí how iwise!
The whole are Called nine parts of
Which reading, writing, speaking teach.
DELEGATE (BRANDENBURG RE-
I ask space to answer an inquiry in
regard 'to the action of tha Supreme
Counicil pf ttoe Partner's Alliance Indus-
trial Union T-eoenltly held In Washing-
ton, u$on the master referred from
Texas state allitajmce in regard to eligí
billty of membership, also on changes
toade in allianlce demands.
I will state, fLrsIt, that it was ruled
by the president, the counicil concur-
ring, that ithe council had no authori-
ty to take any action upon the matter
referred from Texas. In support of
same we were cited to section 2 ot
article 5 of statutory laws which read
"The president shall have authority
to interpret and construe the meaning
of the laws of the National Order, toy
official rulings, and such rulings shall
have the force and effect of laws until
the next meeting of the Supreme Ooun
Provided, appeals many ibe ¡taken
from thie interpretations and ruling
of the President to the Judiciary De
partment, wlhiose decisions shall ble
The matter sent up from Texas not
being an appeal from a ruling of the
National President, did not come under
the jurisdiction of the National Coun-
ectre etaoin ta/oto tiaion aiLoin aoinnnn
cil, hence could not be taken up and
considered. To refer it back to the
state was the only alternative which
It is idow ileflt with the membership
of Texas to decide as to wihebher or not
they will eniflorce the rules governing
the elli'giibility of memlbership as pre-
scribed by law. And for the benefit
of those iwho are not favored with a
copy of 'the national law. I will here
give the law in fu'll as laid down lin the
(national Constitution, viz: Statutory
laws, Article 7, Section 1: "No person
shall be admitted as a member of this
order unless over sixteen years of age,
a believer in the existence of a Supreme
Being, and has resided in the state
more than six months, unless received
by demit; and is either, ftrtst, a farmer
or farm laborer; second, a country me-
chanic, a country preacher, a country
school teacher, or a country doctor;
Provided, The word "country" shall not
apply to mechanics in towns of less
thian 5,000 Inhabitants: Provided, Fur-
ther that any State Alliance mav ad-
mit laborers and wage-earners in cities;
Provided, Further tlh t and State Al-
liance way place the limit to 'towns of
than 5.000: third, an editor of a period-
ical which supports all national de-
mands, and the demands of the State
Alliance under whose Jurisdiction he
may Jive: Provided, Thut no sub-Al-
liance Fihal-1 lniiHate am editor until the
country president and secretary shall
indorse *nd the state president approve
the application; Provided, Further that
state president may Puspend any editor
from membership for using or permit
ting his periodic! to be used a&a/lnst
tlhe AHtomee until tbe next meeting of
heft State Alliance, when said Alliance
may reinstate <xr expel him from tbe
Order; Provided, That bafeh stá¿e and
territory havto the right to pro*
sctiUe «te eligibility of applicants for
membership in reference to color, with-
in the limits of the same: Provided,
Further that none but white persona
shall ibe elected as delegates to fchfe
Delegate to National Council.
(To be continued.)
PROTECTION FOR WOMtN.
Miss L. M, Higasefr.
I wish I could express my gratitude
to and the UOblfe voters that have taken
such a firm stand forthe Omaha plat-
We can see in that platform the
tection due to Woman* permttltiíif, her
to remain in her 0 d fiVen sphere. We
know no old. \)&rty. pOliticiain, money
gambles" ortraltóthada hand in the con-
struiotiion of that platform. We cherish
it because it embraces the Ocala de-
mands. The mothers and daughters
were requested to ipray for wise delib-
eration of ithe St. Louis conference, and
that body adopted the Ocata demiamds,
and on they went to Omaha like a White
winged messenger of pfea.Ce, and was
woven tout a platform so clear and
new, we honor, we trust it.
The subtreasury especially seems to
be an inspiration, because it is as viper
to the old party hack.
The Omaha platform is tlhe only
means visible to place the human fam-
ily on an even plane of clviliüati^n,
and make true Christianity posaiibfe;
"by driving the money changers out
of the temples/'
We are told that satán can not lay
hands ou the bible, neither Can the
traitors lay hands oh the Omaha plat-
form, hence the deapoiler must come
from our own camps* which God for-
"To me it is a thing of bcawtv and a
joy forever/' bathed by Wioman s téárs,
sanctified by her prayei's; yet. it doé3
not contain woman suffrage. Í have
full faith that a middle of the road
delegation will be aerit from Texas to
Caldwell, Tex., March 19,18ÜM.
The Mercury is a Welcome visitor at
my house and has been foir three or
four years. I read it with pleasure and
find it to be a middle of the road paper,
ever striving to roll back the stone
from the door of the sepulcher, that
the tolling millions may rise frcVm
under the yoke of bondage and be free
people again. It is a grand banner to
enlist under, and 1 belleVe as necessary
as winning souils to Christ, for no soul
can come to Christ after the devil has
it bound down in irons, where the
money gang woulld have us aind will
have us if we don't rise and go to work
and work right. God speed you in your
undertaking, and every reformer help.
Frederick A. Hllbun.
WHAT ARE WE COMING TO.
The Southern Mercury has been pres-
ent with amost startling evidence that
either material or labor cost nothing in
Chicago, probably the latter. Refer-
ence is made to a chart sent us flor ex-
amination by the People's Supply Co.,
suit 11 Adams Express Building, Chica*
go, 111., containing samples of goods for
clothing, of such a character that it
seems incredible a profit could exist at
oritees given for the material, made up
into suits, as Shown In the samples. A
good business suit well made of ?nh-
stantiail and good appearing material is
priced at the astonishing low figure of
$4.98. A handsome black worsted,
diagonal, made Into a sack suit at $8.40,
and In a cutaway suit at $8.J0 are some
of the bargains they offer. One of the
members of this company is wp" known
to this paper and we consider his repu-
tation to ibe a guarantee of square deal-
ing. The company makes a very lair
proposition by offering to pay express
charges tooth ways on clothing ordered,
which dOes not prove entirely satis-
factory to the purchaser. Illustrations
of styles are given on the chart and
simple directions for measuring from
figures to secure a perfect 9t all of
which with samples of cloth are sent
free on application.
THE PEOPLE'S SUPPLY CO. also
make a specialty of sewing machines
and tttepelee ait manufacturer* prlcei.
Sue wade It perfect by the constant
| Heiskell'H soap stimulates sluguiah pores 1
V to healthy action, tliua producing fccltítr
'smooth akin, free front all btetnislieS*.
r/.ema or Ring
1 leads, etc.
Bold by Druxgliti or neat by mall. Olnt*
Meat, 00 ota. per box. Homo, 26 ot*.
8eud it Amp for free «ampTa of Soap.
JOHNSTON HOLLOWAY * CO*
Ml I'mamt Street*
rte'frr to Soathers .Uitroarr when you writ**
Maw York. Band for BOO t _
lontlon Southern Mercar} when yon write.
meuts for Bands and'Drum Cotps
Music& Iitsl'rutUons lot- Amateut Bands.
est pHctteVtrquoted. Fine Cat albe,
IIHistrations, mttffod/Hr#; itgiVcsB¡
IV93I & KEILY, ¿01 Wubash Ave., Chicago
ftcfer to Houtlieru Mercury when you write
8. W. SMITH, Coohranville. Chester Go., Pa.
Mention Southern Mercury when yon wHtfe.
Bell ('órtrttjr Hehi
of Hiijiisti'tVd I'. >1 a tul
China Swine. Pius for
salo at all seasons.
Stock the best. Cotnb
and sée me and bé con-
A. W. PARROTT, Holland, ±ek.
liefer to Hontltern ¡Herniry when yon write*
and Mexico. 900 sold In l
1000 for IS) Catalogue tree.
t<Whinory'« Swlno Ad toca to"
▲ 18 p&k« monthly 18b pair yeat.
Willis Whlhery, Balem, OHIO.
Uefer to Ijoutheru Mercury when you write.
WANTS AND EXCHANGES.
IF YOU did not receive your money or lands as
an heir, «write
Absolutely cutvd. For free sample,
address, Hefmit Remedy Co., K.
Adams Express Huildiny-. Chicago.
And Dip Needles S.f&K
and Treasure Seekers. Circular 2
cents. P. A M. AGENCY, Box
F, Palmyra, Pa. Mention this paper in writing
CDAIIICIJ UIPNKKULUS! For locating
\r fill I AH gold or silver ore, lost or hidden
" «■■■**•! treasures. Circulars and circu-
lars free. (Jem Novelty Co., Palmyra, Pa
liefer to Moutuera Rkrcnry when you w-rluy
( uarante«d to give satisfaction, and warraftted
not to break. Circular free, femlth Implo,
ineut Company, Sedalla, Mo.
liefer to Houthern Mercury when au write.
An JL We wish to cm
\J r\ T ploy a few brigh
men and women with a little en
terprise to sell CllmKx Dish Wash
ers, and our Self-Heating Flat-Iron; $10 a day fq
the right parties. One agent cleared $10 a dar
every day for six months. Permanent petition iy
city, town or country. A good chance. Addren
Climax Mnfff Co., Colnmbus, O u
■entlon Southern Mercury when you write.
Q INCUBATOR. ■-
>Our catalogue giving information
. ui tificiul l>atohinK A broo<linii now
'Write P'eady. bent for 4c. stain [«. SeillOiMI
1■ fir- 1'oV*te* Co., Ho*7S. Des Moine* la.
■entlon Southern Mercury when yen write.
Our 100pace, finely illustrated
Combinad Poultry Oulda and
Catalogue will tell ywu what you
wish to know About
. >ROFIT8 IN POULTRY
Wo manufacture a complete line ot! Ineabatora,!
Broodera and Poultry Appliances Oulda and Cat*,
logue 10o. (etampe or silvan Worth ono Dollar,
i ha tor A Brood r Co.,
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Park, Milton. The Southern Mercury. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1896, newspaper, April 9, 1896; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth185654/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .