The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1889 Page: 2 of 8
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¿0UTHERNMERCURI* DALLAS, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, 1889.
The Boll of Honefc
We the underiigned «liten of the l«-
man Alliance of Tnu, igra* to Mil eggs,
ehlokena, batter end garden atuff to the
•mount of onb dollab, Whloh amount la
to be paid by tba first bat of ¿doubt,
and the total amount ao aubaerlbed la to be
applied to the payment of the Exchange
Mrs. A. P. Shaw, Donation, Tezaa.
Mr . Bettle Gay, Columbua, (paid)
Mra. L. £. Buckley, Kodgirit, To*.
Mr . 8. C. Bowman, Oadoo Mill*, Tex.
Mra. H. Blttick, Benton, Tex., J«M
Mm. £lla Buib, " " "
Mr . E. Fan , - « «
Mra. c. J. McMarrian," " "
Mr*, g, £. Huteheaon." " "
Mra. Manor, ...... "
Mra. Maitgie Mleara, Bed Rook, Texaa.
Mra. L. M. A. Brown, New Canay, Tex.
Mr*. E. D, Sullivan, "
Mra. Sarah O. Shelton. Jewett, Texas.
Mr . Tlahle Gravee, Donation, Texaa.
Mra. L. O. McLalo, " "
Mr . P. A. Neighbor!, " "
Mra. Nannie Newland, " "
Mra. Mary Gravo , " 44
lira. Jennie Da Bola, Jewett, Texaa.
Mrt. Caroline SoUernlck, Center Line.
Mra. C. J. Munroo. " "
Mra. Oailey J. Bell, Blanket, Texaa.
Mra. Anna J. Jordan, Drane, Texaa.
Mra. Ellen Jonoa, Travu Oo.
Mra. M. J. Moore, Telephone, (paid).
Mra. M. A. Gatea. Benton, (paid).
Mra.K. C. Bautnan, Caddo Milla, (paid).
Mr , L. E. Madeley, Rodger ,
Mrs. A. McFarland, Atoka, "
Mra. P F. Copaiand, Marquen
Mr . M. W. white, Beiton,
Ml R. B. Lott, Bryan.
Mr . M. A. Davis, Bryan,
ri. A. j. McMillan, •
ra. M. A. Henry, "
J. T. Crawfokd:—lioclosed please And
the rum of two dollar , one sent by Mr . D.
E. Sullivan and one by tbe writer, to ai l t
In paying tbe Exchange indebtedneaa. You
wilt please receipt for the lame.
Louisa M. A. Bowen,
New Caney, Texaa.
Editor Mercury:—I herewith aend
you the names or Mtia B. B. Lott, Mra. M.
A Davl , Mr . A. 3. McMillan and Mra. M.
A. Henry, inters In Henry Alliance, who
wish to hare their namei added to Mrs.
Sbaws list. Two of them, Mtia Lott and
Mri. Davii, lend the money with their
name , tbe Dthera will send It aoon.
I think if the alaters bad more time, say
until the Qrit of September, a great many
more of them would enllat. Very truly,
W. W. Weaves, Sec.
Henry Alliance, No. 1607.
Editor Mercury:— Crimea county Al-
liance can ouoe more hold up her head
and say to the world she hat made arrange*
menu to pay her warehouse debt which
ha« hung like a dark cloud over her nearly
two years. She alto, thank to Bro. S. D.
A. Duncan, (anetloned raleing tbe due to
fifty cents per quarter. I think It would
be best for the whole amount for the year
to be due the first of the first quarter in
the Alliance year, the membere not being
expelled,' but impended until the end of
I see Irom reporta In Tbe Mercury
quito a number of Alliance bato voted
% down the inoreaae of duos, and I cannot
lee) otherwise than dliguited atauoh econ-
omy (?) It I had tho power I would ralno
them and let thoie who were not willing to
pay, get out of the order; and really It
could do better U not hampered by euoh
folk . In one eenie of tbe term, it would
not bo like a law paited by tho legislature
or congren. They would not be proieoit«d
Iftbey withdrew and relused to comply.
Please print a copy, of at least a tynopsls
of the railroad commUalon bill that was de-
feated lait winter. Have been told It oalli
for three men to act In all caica ni juror
in all railroad trials Instead of twelve as 1
customary. I do not believe it; tor fa-
itead of working against It, the railroad
would have worked for It, as it would have
been much easier to have bought those
three mtn for all time, than It would to
have alwaya been buying twelve at every
trial. I deaire thli in formation not only
for my own benefit, but for that of evory
voter In tbe eounty.
Grlmei eounty 1b going to wrap her cot-
ton with eotton bagging If ho oan gat it.
With mueh xeal for the cauia of the Alll-
auee, I am reipeotlUliy,
mhb. h. a. wbitfield.
Anderson, Toxas. ^ ^
[k8bay by mrs. garrett,]
Mr. President, Brothers and Sisters:
I am happy that 1 am once more permit-
ted to appear before your honorable body
to ntd you God-epeed in youi great work
tor our noble cause. Aa X retrospect the
pait working of tbe Alllanoe in our own
beloved Texaa, I am ready to exclaim,
great are the wonder that have been per-
formed for tho fermera of thia country, ed-
ucating themselves morally, aoolally, if not
financially! And the timo willoome whon
they will be able to eope with all the eona*
Dined power of oapitai, if they will only
remain true to each other and nover for-
sake the sacred obligations which bind
them to t|ié Alliance cause.
Now, brethren, I want to talk about hta-
tory at ths close of the Revolutionary war.
Dur forefhthera deolared that thia wai a
(tee country, and that Juitioe should be
meted out equally to all men; then every
man went to hia plow, hia rorge, mannfao-
tory, and they ande «ueh great progreialn
thslr Industries that they aoon demanded
money. Congress thenissued gold and ill-
rer coin with the goddeii of liberty
itamped on one ildo of the money, In honor
t the noble deedB of heroiim of American
women; on the other aide of the eotn was
atamped the Amerioan eagle—that proud
bird that oonld aoar aloft and none could
As we pasi onward In the footprint* of
old Father Time wonderlu! changes have
taken place, but I will only epeak ol what
haaoeourred within tho paet twenty-five
year . In the firet place, t wilt aak you
where, oh, where ie your proud American
eagler I Wilt tell you. Ton lett Liberty's
golden bowl unguarded nt the political cit-
tern and yotr proud bird awooped down
to drink; designing politicians eamo and
by Will* end art have stolon him and made
Mm a prisoner ill Urn eongreeelonat halla
m UillAd <>***^ mmd hm will wmmaim
Md laboron ftM
aa mueh more ie in tbe poiaeailon of bank-
era and tbe remainder is divided among
land sharks, eattle hinge ene protected
You aak how all thli came into existence?
Congress gave the rich people that power.
And jroa, oh, American farmer, support
that poweif For your rulers have iscued
Ü. 8. bonds and aold them to capitalist! at
00 eente on tbe dollar) and then they are
eo protected that they now demand 126
eenta on tbe dollar of the people's money.
And who makea tho money! The fai mors
and laborere of Amailoa. Tat they atlll
toil on in silent endurance, and unless all
labor organisations eoneolidats and rise up
as one men, you will aoon ba plunged Into
the woret kind of alavery.
Now, brethren, 1 must speak once more
egalnat woman suffrage. A great many
wise men end women are writing In favor
of women voting at tbe polla, but I think
it a great pity that people will Indulge in
tuch thought!. I admit that such a woman
aa Isabella Hooker has done mucb good In
the world for tbe elevation of woman, but
ahe haa almost overbalanced ttie good with
the evil of advocating woman suffrage.
Martha Washington did not want to vote,
and if while women could not vote until
after the negro haa cast his vote, they had
better let the suffrage question alone. Yes,
brethren, some post lias said, "Tba rights
of woman, what are thtyf Tbe right to
labor, love and pray."
Now, brethren, 1 leave you the right to
vote and make lawi, but In tbe name of
freedom you bave no right to make ilavei
of your wlvei and children, and I appeal
to you in the name of all tbat if good and
noble to work bravely on, and as you have
annihilated the jute bagging truat 1 hope
you will never ceaie your labori until you
conquer every truit detrimental to tbe in.
tereiti of tbe farmer.
Now, In conclusion, I will i^eak of tbe
Aliianoe Exchange of Texas, tbat noble
building wherein reats tbe upbuilding or
the downfall of our lamiere. Some time
ago there was a minister bore m Delta
county, telling tho people that be thought
the Lord would soon como. The farmers
will welcome Him, and I hope the editor
will be on hand, too, to tell IIim tbe Alli-
ance Exchange of Texas is all O. IC
money in tbe hands of agents to loan to our
people on real estate eeourlty, to the Injury
ofour cltlneneblp and danger of our gov-
ernment or national prosperity; and
Whereas, Said money la not taxed
though proleoted by our Inwe, therefore
Resolved by tbii County Alliance, That
our leglalaturs pan tuch laws ai will place
all inoh money, notei, bondi, or w bate ver
nemed called, on a taxable footing with all
other property taxed.
Resolved further, That we Beverally and
Individually agree to pay on or before the
ñrnt day of October next, the mm of 91
per cepita for each mele member to the
Csntral Exchange, and uie oar influence
for tbe tame In our lub-AUIancei, for
wh!ob we will receive certificate of itock
itock for different tub-Alliance* for the
amount paid by ub-AHlance|.
Ayer'sFllli cure headache, bend a 2 ct.
itamp to Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,
Mai ., for a nt of their attractive elbum
j—xj—l i -tm
New Birminoham, Texai, Aug. 9, '80.
My wlte li improving from uilng South
em Germlcldo. She has been an Invalid
for twelve years, or nearly an invalid, In
very poor health; and in one week's uie
ibe I mucb improved, and I think It will
oure her. Yours truly,
M. A. Skidmobe.
At a stated meeting or Mountain Peak
Alliance No. 338, August 3, 1880, the fol-
lowing resolution was unanimously
Resolved, That we heartily endorse ev-
erything contained in the petition sent to
Lampasas County Alliance by members of
McCreavlll Alllanoe, which we find pub-
lished in The Mercury, of July 18, 1880.
J. C. Khoaus, Seo.
Resolved, That we, tbe members of
Henry Alliance, No. 1807, denounce the
Galveston News a an enemy to the Alli-
ance cause, and we will not hereafter In
any way contribute to Its support. Tho
above roaolutlou Was unanimously adopt-
ed at a stated meettng. and I waa instruct-
ed to iorward name to Tub Mercury for
publication. Very truly,
W. W. Weaver, See.
Bryan, Texaa. _
Editor Mercury:—Following is some
resolution unanimously adopted by the
Stony i'oint Alliance No. 2D8, ol' Momaguo
county, Texas, in a regular meeting bold
on Augutt 4th, 1880 :
Resolved, That we heartily endone the
action of the National Alllanoe recently
held at Birmingham, Alabama, in tbeJr ef-
fort to break up tho jute bagging truat. and
lu adopting an<4 recommending ootton bag-
ging instead thereof.
Beiolvod, That Btony Point Alliance
use cotton bagging in preference to Jute
bagging If it be practicable to obtain it.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu-
tions be fUrnlehed 1'iie Mercury for pub-
lication. J. A. Kino, Sec.
Burnet and Travis Counties.
Resolved by Corwln, Cedar Mountain
and Pleaiant Valley Alliances, Burnet and
Travia counties, Texaa i
Whereas, A great bagging trust and
monopoly has exlstod in our government,
greatly detrimental to the financial Inter-
ests of the ootton produoer and consumer;
therefore, bo it
Resolved, by Corwln, Cedar Mountain
and Pleasant Valley Alllancei of Burnet
and Travia counties, Texas, That we will
not use Jute bagging In wrapping the cot-
ton crop of 1880. ' e
ltoiolved further. That we aik the unit-
ed co-operation of all farmers, ginners and
business msn not members of the Alliance
to asilat ui in proouriug cotton bagging to
wrap tbe cotton crop of 1880, aud aasitt us
in lighting ths abovo msntionsd trust.
W. R. Thompson, I n„m
W. P. Burns, 'jCom.
Corwin, Texai. J
The following wai adopted at our Coun-
ty Alliance meeting in July and ordered
sent to Tbe Merooby:
Beiolvod, That ws pledge ourselves to
uie a substitute ior juts bagging la cover-
ing our ootton, and that tbe ginneri in the
oounty be notified at once of our intention
and requested to take steps at once to pro-
cure a aupply of ootton bagging, by either
placing orders with the Lane mills at New
Orleane or through our agent at Dallaa,
and that theie orden be plaeed at once, bo
that there will be no mlstako made in ie*
ourteg a supply. "
Also tbe following:
Recognising the feet that many of our
Iboal merohanta, both wholesale and retail,
in this and adjoining oountisi, from whom
the farmara and glnnere of thia oounty have
to, purchase their hogging, are intent on
handling jute bagging to the exelueion of
ootton, tharetore be It
Reiolved, That we request all merchants
and doalan to handle eotton begging ia
connection with jute, that thoee desiring to
Uie the lame may bo aeeommodated.
Whereat, The State Alllanoe has about
forty committeemen, which are paid mile-
age and 91,M per day; and
Whereat, Wo bellave too many men on
committees to be detrimeotal to the later
eets of the Allienes, therefore be It
Resolved, That we instruct our dele-
I te to the state Alliance to use his inflo,
te han nil
No where oan there be iound more pleas-
ant ipoti in which to enjoy health and re-
oreatlon than in the mountain! of Tonnei-
lee and Kontucky. With pare mountain
air, excellent water, fishing, boating, hunt-
ing, horseback rides through the mountain
gleni, delightful promenades, muslo, danc-
ing and all that go to make life enjoyable,
li found at many point! on line of the
?ueen aid Creicent route. For "Summer
J. D. Grant, T. P. A. Q ft C. Route,
The Mercury would roipeotfully cal
the ipcclai attention of all perioni who
may visit the State Alllanoe to tbe liberal
arrangement made with the Capital Hotel
for ths accommodation of delegate and
vldtor during tbe itate mooting. The
rooms are tirit-claii, and table equal to the
belt. Headquarters of tbe State Alllanoe
will be located at thli bouse. The laro li
BO per cent lower than the lamo /are can
be obtained elsewhere, being only one dol-
lar per day. For further Information,
write, or apply at The Mercury office, in
tlie Alliance Exchange building, when you
reach the city.
Southern ftermlclde Manufacturing Co.,
Dallas, Texas :
Gentlfmen;—I take pleasure in saying
to you that I had ugly warts on my hands
and have uaed different caustics and vari-
ous remodles to no avail. I was ottered
one ounce of Concentrated Germicide by
Dr. T. L. Scruggs to try it, and am treed
from warts. I rubbed It ou my hands night
and morning about a week, when 1 discov-
ered thoy were getting less, aud some small
oneigono; they go off without pain or
■oreneii, and leave no loar. I can't tell
bow they did go, but 1 can lay they are
gono. I would recommend everybody tba
have warta on tlielr hands, to go to 721
Elm street, Dalla , and call for a small
bottle, and do ai I have done.
E. N. Mkberolb._
Long view, Texas, Sept. SO, 1888.—a. B.
Rlchardi Medicine Co., Sherman, Texas:
Gentlemen:—We find your Chill Tonic
(Cheatham's) to sell better than any Tonic
we bave. Sold lx grois (804 bottlee, in 3
months) sinue June. It Is undoubtedly the
best seller on tbe mirket. It never falls
to give satisfaction m overy case.
C. W. Lawbbnob.
Dallas, Texas, Aug. 2, 1880,
Southern Gormiolde Manufacturing Co.
Genteemen ¡—I am an old man in my
82nO year. 1 have Buffered long yeara with
nervoui sick head aohe. At timoa so in-
terne wee thf palu in my head tbat I was
almost cfased. My liver and digsitive or-
gan! were all badly' deranged, and 1 heard
of the wonderful cures made by Southern
Germioide, end procured some of it, and I
am actually aahamed to tell you how soon
1 waa permanently cured of the pain In my
head. I am now well, my digoitlve or-
gani and liver are all right and 1 feel bet-
ter than I have felt before in fifty yeara. I
don't think there ia iueh a remedy ia ex-
istence a Southern Germioide. I most
heartily and conscientiously recommend it
to the afllictBd. Your reapeotfully,
Tho.ua Did wort.
A. B. Richard! Medc. Co.: 1 take great
pleasure in stating that I have uied your
Cheatham'a Chill Tonio myself, and have
also recommended it In a number ot cases
among pupila in our school. Have found
It, In all ease , very effective; and have the
first case to obicrve where It has failed to
effect a cure. Your respectfully,
A. Q. Nash, Sec. Sherman Inst
Terrell, Texas, July 20.1880.
Southern Germioide Manufacturing Co.,
Dalla , Toe :
Gentlemen :—I came here from Mle-
leuri for my health. 1 have had eorofula
fifteen yeara and have tried all klnde of
medieino and found no relict After com-
ing to Ternll I waa ttrtoken down with
rheumatism and have been oonflaed to mg
room two months, not able to walk with*
out crutohes. I saw yeur agent here ad-
vertising the Southern Germicide, and ho
guaranteed to cure me if 1 would uee the
medidas as directed. I did ao, and In M
houn I was a different man. I have been
taking ths medicine three daye and now I
can walk without the aid of orutob or Bane,
and I am oonfldeat three juri or the«outh-
•rn Germicide will entirely cure me of
both rheumatism and sorofUla. It has
worked like maglo with me, having relieve
ed me of all rheumatic pains and Is chang-
ing the nature of the scrofula in my system.
It Is gradually aweating it out. It any
pereon doubts thia etatement, I ean bo
found at the Grand Central Hotel, Terrell,
Texas, where I oan prove all and mueh
more than I have written, t can moat
heartily recommend the Southern Geral-
tlde to tho afflicted and the pnbUo, Your
agent, Mr. J. M. Clark, haa done aeao won-
derful work boro with your medieino and
is giving eatlslactlen all around.
H. L. Stilis. i
Dallas, Texas, Jnly is, ueo.
I bave bad lung trouble for two yeara,
tbe docton istd I had consumption. X was
in bod and wai unabls to work. Modi-
clneai iueh aa Cod Liver Oil, of which I
took about two gallon , did me no good. J
heard abo&t Southern Germicide and got
one jug and have now uied three gallona
of it, and I am at work at the carpenter's
trsde, and hsve been for ono week, end I
feel like a new man. I am thoroughly cat-
failed it will cure me aound and well ir I
continue to uie ft, which I intend doing.
I can heartily recommend the Southern
Germicide to people luflering with lung
diieaiea. I am willing to make affidavit to
this atatement. I am living at No. 1008
Commerce street, Dallas, Texss, and would
be glad to aee and talk with any person
who doubt thli statement.
Witneia i J. P. Parsons,
W. h. Lee,
J. H. Aubtin.
Motben nursing a ilokly babe will find
Cheatham'a Chill Tonio a great boon. By
taking it themielvei, they put their lyitem
in the fineit possible condition, enriches
and adds tonic properttei to tbe nui-iib-
ment taken by tho child, thereby giving
medicine in a more natural and beneficial
way iban any other.
HENRY ex ALL,
B. M. KBAHDON,
c. a oocr.
IT CORQUSB8 PAIW.
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Burns and Sotldfc
At Druggists anil Dealers,
tHI CHARLES A. VOGILCIt CO., Biltlmore, Hi.
atlmnlntc* the torpid liver, atreugtb-
• the digestive organs, regulate* the
bowels, stud are uueqnaleil aa an
In malarial districts tliolr virtues are
widely rcPOgnlacrt, <> they possess pec-
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The Fourth Annual State Fair and Dallas Exposition will be one of the
grandest entertainments ever given in the South. This enterprise has won an
enviable reputation throughout the country, and the management's endeavors
will this time excel all past exhibitions. The music for the occasion will be
Sigaor Cappa's Hamons Mb Regiment Band of New York.
and will be the Grandest and Most Pleasant Music ever heard in Texas.
Tho Premium List will bear oompar'eon with nny association and la most libera'
whllo uVi'ry luujilty pussiuie will bo afforded exhibitors anj the utmost fairness guaranteed
in u i awards*
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Liberal Paraos «re offered for the races and the beat horses In the o-mntry will be
atti'm tea uci-b to uouipe o ior the >rl/.es. The lover of Hue stoolc ot aU do¿oilotions will have
a sullloien t number of euob kind before him to gratify liis taste.
SM-jODD in Premiums to County Exhibits.
These.County fixhlbltihaving oreated such enthusiasm and interest last year the man<
apement have left; nothiu# undone to make the county exhibits this year even more valuable,
beautiful and nttra tive antl to that end have offered «4,100 in premiums for these exhibirá.
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The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1889, newspaper, August 22, 1889; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth186101/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .