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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

fS K / -Principles before Party OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE WOOD COUNTY FARMERS' ALLIANCE. federation of la iso k of vax xandt county. -Measures before Mtc.- VOL. II. MINEOLA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1892 NO. 4 THE ALLIANCE COURIER. OHloial Organ of the Farmers' Alliance of Wood. Smith and Van Zamlt < 'onnties. and Van Zaudt Federation of Labor. Published weekly at Mineola by the Al- liance Newspaper Board. Subscription price $1.00 per year in Ad- vance. Advertising rates made known on application to the business manager. Entered at the Fi.st-oflice at Mineola as Second-class Mail matter. ADVISORY BOARD. VV. A. Moody, Chairman. O. P. Pyle, « Secretary. .James Gregory, K. A. 1J. II. Toney. Cain, —J. M. PERDUE,— EDITOR AM) OENKItAL MANAGER. —Ci. H. IIARVILL— associate editor and rl'siness manager. If the democratic press is so anxious for war records, then in the name of justice why do they not give the brilliant, sub- stitut, record of Grover Cleve- land, who was too brave and pa- ...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

THE ALLIANCE COURIER. published every Thursday by Alliance Publishing Co. AIINEOLA, ... the TEXAS. PERDUE d; IIAHVILL, EDITOltb ANU l'IBUMHKKS. People's Party Ticket. NATIONAL. For President, Gen. J, 3. Weaver, OF IOWA. For Vice President, Gen. James Fields, OF VIRGINIA, PRKrtlDKN'TIAL ELKCTORS FOR TEXAS. Electors At r.nr«j;n. II. 8. P. ASIIBY. IIARRY TRACY. l>t Dib.—B. H.Oreen, Montgomery. jn<l difc.—W. It. Metealf, Shelby Co. :ird din.—W.P. Martin, Gregg Co. 4th dis.—.'. A. Ilultsman, Morris < o. 5th dis.—S.Hampton. Fannin Co. lith ilia.—T. !i. Roberts. Navarro < n. 7th dis.—J.K.P.lIanna. Robertson < o. ptl! dis.—,1. E. Martin. Tarrant Co. l/Ui cli .—S. \V. Floyd. Hastrop Co. 10th dis.—J. R. Allen. Fayette Co. 11th dis— .bio. N. King, De Witt Co. 12th die.—Julian Stapper, Cabillo 13th dis.— I). B. Gilillanil, .Jaeksboro. Hineola District F> air lssoc^a^°B MINEOLA, TEXAS. E. EUery Anderson, Chairman: ! Fourth Annual Fair of the Dear Sir—I have this afternoon recei...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

A I I ! t V J I i* i TP i, J s J kept eciii'fi\ closed while tin' ball< continues for one hour form the time opening the polls. A! tin1 expiration sai<I hour the receiving judgds shall de- liver said hollot box No. ELECTION LAWS. We give below some points in the elec- tion laws that arc of importance to ,ij| the voters. We call attention to throe point*: 1st. If the manager appointed hv the I <'ommis.-ioners <'ourt fail?, from any cause, to >erve. the people are to elcet or appoint a manager as proviiiee. and (hat fact is to lie stated in the returns, etc. •2nd. When demanded, the inn lingers . .. . , i . . iii r ,, iiiii- null's, who shall immedi is to select judges and clerks form the | 7 , , . . . , various political parties interested. 3rd. lu counting the vote, upon de. | vnand. one man from each party is to he admitted as witnesses. Art. HJ70. wiicre a presiding otllcer of elections lias hcen appointed liy tin commissioner court shall make out a certified uipy o...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Miiioula No. J.i. - I'vcrv Tueflrtay evening at their hall over} Hart's drug Mton*. oiKM'KifS. T. W. Inokvm. c. c. G. C. Rkkvks. K. of J{. a. s. All visiting Kni^lits are invited to at- tend. Church Notice. Mkttiodist Episcoiui, Church, South. Prearldng 1st. '2nd and flril Sundays in eut ii month at 11 a. in., and at ni^ht. Prayer meeting every N\ ednesday night ChiKs-ineeting !ird Sunday in eui-h month at K :l{0 p. m. Saerameiit every other 1st Sunday. A hearts imitation i. extended to all. Sunday Sehool every Sunday at 0:30 a. tw., J'ev. S. J. Smith, Superintendent. Wm. INu*;: Pi.KiKiKK. Pastor. Oi'KIC'KltS OF TilK BAl'TIHT Si NOAY S( iiooi, Koi! 1892. •I. A. Caiaway, Superintendent. Miss I'usa Ilart. Treasurer. . liss Bertha Easou. Secretary. Christian Church. KOK SHERIFF \ ,, , T • nnA .,1c/4 1 Raw and l >oiIed Linseed, also We are authorized to announee I lubricating Oils fot machinery. t i i v ( • f j v !>0 , ' . i.. . . ivJ.u. , I at Jlurt & ^5...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

I CLEVELAND AND MISS DAVIS. After a careful examination of the Washington, Richmond, and Now York papers with reference I to the reason why Mrs. Cleveland did not accompany the Ex-President' on his visit to the Virginia Slat? Fair in October, 1H89, there is but one conclusion. She did not atteni because Miss Winnie Davis was there, a guest of (iovernor Lee's and wig to have taken ■ u*t in'-t: Gov v;k r's reception to Mr. and Mrs. Clevelanl. Invitations ha.I been extended acecpted. and Ciovcinor Lee lad spent both time and money in >re- Iii<•' for 1li>' occasion, wlien. ;ifoilL • * . 1 1 o'crock on the night previous to J thi' day ot reception llit toiling curt, h'tt M* was received from I'resi^cnt ; Cleveland: Washington, D. C., Oct. 20, '$< , i Gov. Fitzhugh Lee, Richmond. Ya. j Mrs. Cleveland and the ladies will < not accompany mc to Richmond, and my engagements are made to re- turn to Washington at an early hour. I regret that I am obliged to forego attending a rec...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

«> ***% * m ... J*..*- wmu ~~.j* ... z-jmnmrnjitmni .atiom." «wa. • I Iff f / emnly arise brush the scat of his pants and go and hunt up the Col- onel to report portress.—Southern Mercury. Patriots vs. Traitors. The partisan press, north and south, are disgusting all fair men of all parties by their feverish attempts to resurrect the bloody shirt (through which Shyloek ha- enslaved the pro- ducers of all sections) against \Vrea. j two w:l^s t0 n,n'1,0 wil1 s°l" ver and Field. In the south thev are traducing Weaver because he had the courage to tight for his principles, and obey the order of his superior officers: while in the north they are dealing out the same treatment to Field for doing the same thing in the Confederate army. The only pleasing feature in this disgraceful conduct is, no man is en- crasred in it who did bis dutvasasol- O O v dier on either side. Those who play- ed the truant or hired a substitute during the war are only guilty of such cowardice. Soldiers, who fa...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

w \ v! R. C. CAMPBELL Winsboio, Texas. I beg to inform my customers, and the trade in general, that I am now re- ceiving, and will continue to receive until fall, The Largest, Best Selected and Cheapest Stock of everything a Farmer needs, EVER BROUGHT TO WINSBORO. I am prepared and will meet any prices on any line made by any legitimate house in Texas. I have complete arrangements with Cotton Mills in BOSTON, NEW YORK,FALL RIVER,-:-: PROVIDENCE,:-: &c., to buy and ahip direct to them. I will have the best offers made, and will give my customers the benefit of it at all times. Bring your cotton to this market and make your purchases FROM ME. BAATTY'S ORGANS logue. Addres.- lUniel !•'. I .catty. Wash- ington, New Jersey. Gins- and Engines Will bo promptly and thor- oughly over-huuled and repaired by the undersigned, who is per- manently located in iMineola; i'o years a practical Gin maker and m^chiuist. ^Calj^^ or ad- Mineola. Texas. $M0l00*^TroT",aiBT yvvvivw gilinK< ior parti...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Alliance Courier — 6 October 1892

—w-g ' I ' . Ik f I- " I *11 im >n til ut.ional." Five years ago, when drouths had repeatedly destroyed the crop* of western Texas so that the people had not even weed left to try again, con- gress was begged for is 10,000, to give them another chance for life. Re- fused. "Unconstitutional." Two years ayo, after successive crop failures the pioneers in stricken I Oklahoma appealed to congress fori help. Refused, "^constitutional."! This last spring, after the appalling , floods in the Mississippi bottom the j drowned out farmers asked a billion dollar congress for aid. Refused,1 "Unconstitutional." Rut, a few weeks ago. when the Chicago fair managers went to Wash- ington and said they wanted some money they got $2,500,000 in short order. When drouth.stricken or drowned- out farmers ask for aid they can't get it because mullet-headed old party congressmen say it would Ik* "agin the constytootion;" but when corpor- ation lobbyist come in broadcloth and tine linen demanding two or t...

Publication Title: Alliance Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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