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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

"CMKUUNIZC. KDUCATC AND UHWfRATR [OFFICIAL JOURXAL OF THE FARMMMS STATE ALLiANCE OF TEXAS.) ' LIBERTV, JUSTICE ANO BQtMU'W VOL. IX. JVO. 4-3. DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. WHOLE JtO. US CHAS. A. Townrknh, President. Geo. H. Bum,by, Vico Pros't- Ijfe lesura pee ^ompapy, tí to. E. II)B, Secretary. NEW YORK. Wm. A. Mati shall, Actuary. AG8GTTS, «0,700,443 90; ORGANIZED I860 LIABILITIES, 3>5,304,07li4C; 8URPLU8, 81,404,377.51. No Lile Insurance Policies are issued which are as liberal as those of the , ry'HOME,"—us Policies being from date of issue entirely unrestricted as to ' residence or travel, and after two years absolutely indisputable. , SPECIMEN POLICIES WILL BE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. The following table, compiled from the An- nual Report of the Superintendent of Insur- ance of the State ot New York. exhibits the amount ot Assetts h< Id by the following Com- panics for ever; iilO.bOo. Liability on Janu- Hry int. IBM): HOME, N. Y "26.21 i qiillttble, N. V . ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MEKCUKY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 23, 1800. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About tho Order in the State and Outside of it. What the Alliance is Doing Everywhere. ITEMS. A State Alliance will toon be or- ganized in California. Dr. John W. Lawson, a member of the Farmers Alliance, has been nomi- nated by the Democratic party for Congress in the Second Virginia dis- trict. The Comanche County Alliance favored all the amendments to the constitution, and endorsed the princi- ples of the sub-treasury plan, writes the County secretary. The Marlin Ball says of Evan Jones' speech at that place: "Mr. Jones spoke for about two hours and held his subject well in hand. He clearly outlined the cause of depres- sion among the people, and depicted their situation in the most forcible farms." Julian Westerfield, President of Stonewall Co. Alliance, sends in a list of subscribers containing 18 names with a promise of more. He writes that the cause is growing, and a new life infused into the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. / Hall Replies. Editor Mercury:—In the issue of the Mercury of October ad, my arti- cle in a former issue, upon the Sab- Treasury plan, was reviewed by broth- ers Tracy and Stone. I cannot ex- pect the Mercui y to accord me space to fully reply to these articles, hence I shall content myself with answering a sew cf the prominent points in each. To begin at the bottom and rip up. Pro. Tracy wants a fair and impartial discussion of the principles involved in the Sub-Treasury plan, and objects to any peddling of "the hash of Wall rtreet, and their paid lick-spittles." Ha shall be accommodated. My knowledge of the subject under discus- sion is derived from reading the col- umns of' the Mercury, National Econ- omist and Southern -Alliance Farmer. If these jiurrals have been seiving up "Wall street hash" I was not aware of it, nor i-an I be held responsible. It is insisted that the passage of the Sub- Treasury bill into a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THJSi BUUTWEKN MEKCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. The Southern Mercury. OM DOLLAR A «BAR, M AOVAMOS. t Ii i Published Every Thursday by the Farmers State Alliance Pub- lithing Company. Inured at the posto Jfloe, Dallaa, Tntt. aa nd-class mall nitMr. MAP THISOABKFUI.LY. Patronise thoie mho adrertise with ua. AdTertisini ratee furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when wilting te ad?er Users. Keep business matters ««parale from oorres- ttHHUP"* Intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that jour time la oorrect All letters Intended for the Mercury, whether Mulnosa or otherwlaoi should be addressed to fkiuthern Mercury," Dallas, Texas. When sending notice of change of address, ■Bled the old as well as the new address is given, we oaunot pay any attention M> aw* re- ■nest*. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances eeyable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and address all letters to the "Southern Her...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 1890. r> OUR CHIMNEY CORNER. ' Occupied &/ if2C "gi? EsÜtop" In -Hij €a£y C^aip. «,/// /?**</ food for the thoughtful and curious, fun for tht gay, and sentiment for all. Our Country'a Homes. The home in the country is always the ideal happy home that the poets write about. It is there that the birds sing sweetest, that the vines clamber around the door-posts, that the dis- tant low of kine is heard respondent to the bleating calves, that "the plowman homeward plods his weary way" after his day's work is done, that we smell the odor of new-mown hay—a per- fume not rivaled by ihe Oriental attar of roses; it is there where is seen the nearest approach to earthly content* ment, and the whir, the push, the stir, the rush cf these 19th century worship- pers that is wearing out human lives, and is a regular hot-bed for maniacs and suicides, has no place in the chimney corner. God bless our country homes, and preserve them...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCTTRY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THUR8PAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. CONDUCTED BY MRS. JENNIE DIXON. WD MAN'S COLUMN. Dovotcd to a Discussion of and Interchaniro of Moas, ub to Needs, Duties and "Rights" of the Fanner's Wife. the Dear Sisyers:—I think with Ellen D. How nice it would be to have an ens "experience meeting" and tell same cf the joys and sorrows that have comc to us since last we met around the merry and social hearthstone of The Mercury. Death is a sad visitor, Ellen D., but I often think if we strive to live as our Great Examplar lived day by day, try- ing to benefit those whom circum- stances have brought face to face with us, and whom misfortune has made dependent on the more favored, death will be shorn of most of its teirors; for the saddest thoughts I feel that come to us at last will arise from the con- sciousness of unimproved opportuni- ties and neglected duties. Let us all strive to so live that the following beautiful verse will be an appropriate inscription ov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MECÜKf: DALLAS, JJiAAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 18fl0, AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. The Problem mt Taxation of Hortf*|«i It On of Iutereit to the Farmer. Is then any economic question in which fanners are more deeply and di- rectly interested than in an equalisation of taxation? It is flagrantly notorious that real estate pays an exorbitant pro- portion of the taxes in every state in the Union. Wherever, therefore, farmers may obtain predominance or a control- ling vote in any state legislature prom^ equalization of taxation should he one of the first acts of justice on which they should insist The problem of taxation of mortgages should also early engage their attention. The solution of this will not be an easy task, however. At present in nearly all the states the mortgagor has to pay taxea on the mortgage as well as on the land, as though no mortgage burdened it Thus the owner of an estate worth $10,000, and mortgaged for that amount, is taxed for $30,000, while the record o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 23 October 1890

IS.", ™ □PPICInL. I'hJfl SUUTUEÜ.N MERCURY: DALLAS, TKXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1S9>. DIRCTORY. RTATT. OFFICKRS. Pre«ld<'Ut,Evan Jónos, Dublin, Tcu«. Vlfe Preside nt, T. J. Anderson, Paris, Texan. Secretary, S. 0. Daws, Ppriiictown, Text . Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, Wi st Mountain, Texan T. J. Crawford, f'h'rm. Cisco, Tux., R. A. lliiih, Corcicniia, Tex , H. C. Grauhery, Austin. Texas. J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Siun H. Dixon, Dallas, U. L. «'lark. Hlephcnville, j no. i), l'le'ds, M. D., Manor, Excoutlve Coin. Delegate to the Nil tloiial Al- I tunee. Proclamation by President Jones. Xto fb* presidents of the various County Alii Mees, greeting: Whereas, The]) Farmers State Alli- ance in regular session assembled in the city of Dallas, August 19th to the ■3 inclusive, did pass some very im- portant amendments to the constitu- tion, and Whereas, Our law requires that all amendments to our constitution ■hall be refcred to County Farmers Alliances for their ratification. There- for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

m y -i "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." Official Journal or tli© jJ>a.i-mers Stat© Alliance ol' Texas. •'LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. IX, NO. 44 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30,1890. WHOLE NO. 444 Chas. A. Townsenq, l'tOSÍÜVJUL Geohub H, Rtri.EY, Vlce-l'rusliluiit Ijfe ^surapee ^ompapy, NEW YORK OEonoE E. Tde, Bcerctary. W'M. A. MAnSITALl,, Actuary. ORGANIZED Í360. Assets, $6,708,448.90; Liabilities, $5,304,071.45; Surplus, $1,404,377.51. No Life Insurance Policies are issued which aro as liberal as those of the "HOME,"—its Policies being from date of issue entirely unrestricted as to resi- dence or travel, add after two years absolutely indisputable. Policies Will be Furnished on Application. The following tfthlu, compiled from tho Annu- al Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of tho Stato of Now York, exhibits tho amount of assets held bv the following companies for ev- ery $100,00 of liability on January 1st, 189J. HOME, N. Y., $126.21 Equitable, N. Y 12.1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1800. ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order in the State and Outside of it. What the Alliance is Doingr Everywhere. ITEMS. j learued that these men wene active 1 workers, workers full of sacred zeal The Hunt County Alliance met in , ud vigor in their chosen field . . • cal'ed session on the 25 th inst,* j 1 do not hesitate to say that I got The Cass County Alliance ratified several (ye-openers during the meet. all the amendments to the State con- {ing, and to show my full appreciation stitution adopted by the Sute Alii-' af all I heatd and learned, let mesug- ance, except the fifty cents initiation gest that there should be more public fee, so writes Secretary T. A. Craw- ford. meetings and if possible in every neighborhood. In that way the great We lewn from the D«oton Monitor | w°uW be educ*Kd ¡ would learn the true, grand and noble aims of the Alliance and would soon that D. 1. Stem, of Mustang, was caught in the Alliance gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1890. 3 Criticises "Georgian." I have seen and carefully read Georgian's long-winded aitide in the The Mercury, and rauit say, in can- dor, if he gave any re .if on in all h s long talk wh/ the bill should be en- dorse d, I was unab'e to find it He ■hows clearly that he is tryiug indi- rectly to resurrect the defunct green* back party, by advocating fiat mom y, and says "the government money, founded only on promises to pay, is as good as any " He is also an ad- vocate for the coniinuance of national banks, as he not only wants them to receive the government certificates of deposit and pay the money, but goes further and would allow them to issue more money. First, of course, (for all of them already have all they dare issue on the U. S. bank deposited), to triable every man to get his 8o per percent of cotton and wheat, but he ignores corn altogether, while that is principal crop of a large portion of our country. But ' Geo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890. The Southern Mercury. ONC DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANOC. if Published Every Thursday by the Farmers State Alliance Pub- I is king Company. Xntcred at the poitofioa, DallM, T«u, u M00nd-clMi mail matter. KXAD THIS OABBFPLLY. PAtronlie those wJ o AdrertUe with u«. Advertising rate* furnished on application. Always mention the Mercury when writing I advertisers. Keep business matters separate from corres- pondence intended for publication. examine tho figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time is correct All letters intended for the Mercury, whother business or otherwise, should be addressed to "Southern Mercury," Dallas, Te*M. When sanding notice of change of address, unless the old as well as the now address lr given, we cannot pay any attention to such re incuts. Make money orders, drafts and all remittances payable to the order of the "Southern Mercu- ry," and address all letters te the "Southern Mercury,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, CK71XJBJSK 3D, 1B8U. i, y > OUR CHIMNEY CORNER. oooupibd bv th« BIG EDITOR in his basv chair. IUre will be found Food for the Thoughtful and Curious, Fun for the Gay, and Sentiment for All. The True Beform. To begin right is a long stride to- ward success in an? undtrtaking, and the true reform that needs to be insti- tuted ia this country should begin at the firesides all over the land- A great educator was once asked "when ■hould the education of a child begin?" and he replied, 'with its grandparents." Now the moral is plain, for the old laying, "like parents, like children," cannot be changed by time or circum- stances. Our country 's safety lies in the teachings of the fireside, and may the time never come when disentegrat- ing doctrines find lodgement in the Chimney Corner. Traveling in Diokensland. [J. Ash by Stcrry, iu the Book Buyer, f It is strange that travelers in Dick- ensland, wanderers in the provinces that he peopled, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: PALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1890. THE! HOMIE3 CIRCLE. CONDUCTED BV IViFtiB. i JENNIE DIXON. WOMAN'S COLUMN. Devoted to a Discussion of and Interchanse of Ideas, ao to the Needs, Duties and "Rights" of the Farmer's Wife. Dear Sisters:— I do not think we are making our department as interesting as the chil- dren. I want you all to feel free to write and exchange ideas. I wish you could all be here and attend the Fair. I see so many rare and beauti- ful things, I should like to describe them to you, and I will try to before ft is over. Alice Miller, you must not think that I for a moment believe that there is any disgrace attached to any kind of honorable work. I simply think that the work on the farm is too heavy for delicate women, and I, for one, wish above all things to see other em- ployments open to them where they will receive equal pay for the same work that men perform. A reform of some kind is needed to improve the affairs on the farm, but wiser...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

y >._• : « it ' - THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890. > )y Who Ii HeP (Read Before Albany Alliance No. 4095.) He ii continually laboring with the people and urging them to inform themselvea by reading and studying what they most need. He wri'es, tx horts. and proclaims to the common people to look and act for themselves and the welfare of their children. He tries to learn himself all he can, and the bits of knowledge he gleans from any source that is oi benefit he gives to his co-laborers, and that without hope or wish for thanks from them. He stands in the face oi the enemy and answers to any and all charges that may be brought against his brethren. He will not let any one steal a brothers character while he has life to defend—an absent brother's name is safe in his hands. He meets witli the brethren to consult their in- terest, and if any wrong move has bet a made, or any wrong word spoken, to bear his part of it, and say, "It is human to err—try...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 October 1890

8 THE SOUTHERN MEEOURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, CiCiOBER SO, 1890. dfficirl. -V DIRCTORY. STATE OFFICERS. President, Evan Jone , Dublin, Texa . Vlfc-I'resldent, T. J. Anderson, 1'arls, Texas. Secretary, S. O. Daws, Hprlngtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. .T. Crawford, f'h'rrn. Cisco, Tux., K. A. High, Corsieaun, Texas, S. C. Gmnbety, Austin, Texas. J. M. rerduo, West Mouutulu, Hum H. Dixon, Dallas, G. I,. Clark, Stuphcuvlllo, Juo. D. Fluids, M. !>., Manor, Executive Cora. Delegates to the Na- tional Al- liance. Proclamation by President Jones. To the pr< ildents of the various County alil- Mctc, Ricetlng: Whereas, The* Fanners State Alli- ance in regular session assembled in the city of Dallas, August 19th to the 33 inclusive, did pass some very im< portant amendments to the constitu ¿ion, and Whereas, Our law requires that all amendments to our constitution ■hall be refered to County Farmers Alliances for their ratification. There- fore, I, by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

im \ Pit C ' VjPr 1 R "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE. Offlola.1 Journal of ttie Parm ra State .A.llia,n.oo or Texa3, 'LIEIEIITY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. IX, NO. 45 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1890. CilAS. A. TOWNHFIND, President. liEonoE II. RIPI.F.V, Vlco-l'ieaideut Ufe HOME Ipsurapee ^ompapy, Geohgk E. TDK, Koeretnry. MEW YORK. Wm. A. Marshall, Actuary. assets., $6,708.<¡-48.96; ORGANIZED I860. Liabilities. $5,304,071.45; Surplus. $1,404,377.51. No Life Insurance Policies aro issued which are as liberal as those of the "HOME,"—its Policies being l'roui date of issue entirely unrestricted as to resi- dence or travel, add after two years absolutely indisputable. Policies Will bo Furnished on Application. , The following table, compiled frora the Annu- al Report of tho j-uperlulciidcntof Insui'ineo of tbo Statu of Now York, exhibits the amount of nssets held bv the following companion for ev- ery $100,Oil of 'liability on Jiiunury 1st, 189j. HOME. N. Y., $126.21 ''q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. ./ ALLIANCE NEWS. - * About the Order, in the State and Outside J What the Alliance is Doing- Everywhere. of it. ITEMS. The Red River Alliance passed a resolution endorsing the sub-trcMury plan. The Alliance Exchange at Bowie, Texas, has made an asiignment to M. B. Hoskins. The Alliance cotton yards at Cle- burne and Comanche are crowded with business. There are now 2,165 Farmers Alli- ances in North Carolina with a rapid- ly increasing membership. The directors of the Alliance store at Bells, Tex., have elected Lee Allen as salesman end business manager for the coming year. "Erath county Alliance members" says the Pioneer Exponent, "are speak- ing of endeavoring to have an Alliance High school located at Dublin. "The concert at Concord Alliance hall Saturday night was a success, the receipts being about eighteen dollars," says a Giddings Cor. of the Rockdale Messenger. "The Alliance lecture at White's Grove last Monda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

if ■ r THE SOUTHERN MEECURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMEER 8, 1890. THE SOILS OP TEXAS. Their Origin, Classification and Improvement. BV ROBERT T HILL When the writer was endeavoring to convince the members of the 2ist legislature that the great: itate of Tex- as should make an accurate geological survey of its resources, he endeavored to impress the idea xh-A the two most precious minerals to be develop- ed thereof were soil and water. Nu- merous artesian wells have since been bored, revealing vast and unex< pected supplies of the last named ar tide, but little as yet has been pub- lished concerning our soils, their pres ervation and improvement. In the foHoning papers I proposa to show what a world of wealth we have in our precious soils, and how an under- standing of their geologic occurrence their value may be greatly enhanced. The future agricultural develop ment is overwhelming in its probabUi ties. When we consider how impor tant our agricultural products are at presen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

7%e Southern Mercury on dollar * vmr, in advanob. Published Every Thursdoy by the Farmers Btuis Allluuce Publlahiug Company. Entered At the postoltle#, Dalla.s, Texan, a •ccond-cla.sa mail matter. READ THIS CAREFULLY. When writing to The Michouhy uponauy nub- Jeot whatevor, alwny address your letter* to "TubSouTiiwtN Mercury, llallas, Texan," uud '■ot to Any individual. Muko remittances to "Tub Southern Mbrcuky." By complying with thin simplo request, your letters will be In- sured prompt attention. ^BOSS— * ■ -L .-'i SPECIAL NOTICE. Ia view of the contemplated improve- ment of The Economist and The Mkr- cvtT, the clubbing price of the two ban been increased to $1.80. It has hereto- fore been $1.60. PleaHe bear thin in Bind, an in no instance will the two pa- pen be sent for less than $1.80. Tub election is over, retasa to business. Let's now How long will the people of this state continue at the mercy of the Standard Oil trust? The school book question will hold the boards at Austi...

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