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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

I I } J .1 mfcr THE 80DTHBHN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1690. OUR CHIMNEY CORNER. ocouneo ■* thi BIG EDITOR in his a«sv chsik. Here will be found Food for tho Thoughtful and Curious, Fun for the Gay, and Sentiment for All. Fireside Thoughts. As the dayi ate getting shorter *nd the nights longer, the family has more time alter'the tasks and chores of out- door work are completed, to gather around the fireside in social enjoy- ment The oid-fashiooed country chimney place with its broad hearth, and, on winter evenings, its bed of gleaming coals beneath the big oak back-log, is about to be succeeded by the modern stove and heater, and its happy recollections will be presented •aly in the ttories of our grand-par- ents. And we are about to say, ♦•What a pity!" There is no prettier scene on earth than that of a family gathered in social union around this old-time fireside, where love, peace and coa'.entment reign and the happi- dess of each is the happiness of all. Here...

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

«P*r; s® * ■T- THJT SOUTHERN MEHCTTRY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THVKSDAY, KUVEMBES 6, 1880. THE HOME CIRCLE. CONDUCTED BY l\AR8. JENNIE DIXON. WOMAN'S COLUMN. Devoted to a Discussion of and tnterchango of Ideas, as to the Needs, Duties and "Rights" of the Farmor's Wlfo. Dear Boys and Girls:— Well the great State Fair and Dallas Exposition has come and gone, and all Dallas is weary. To every resident it brought double duty, but it is a graud success in every particular. Some days there were as many as thirty thousand people in attendance. 1 know some of my boys and girls were there, and I should have been delighted to see them. Tun Mercury had a tent on the grounds. Did any of you visit it? The exhibits made by the Dallas business men were just splendid. The piano, shoe, clothing, dry goods, fur- niture and china dealers, all far ex celled any former years in their dis- plays and their stands were marvels of .beauty. The art department displayed many rare, old and valuable pictures. In this de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

\ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. ? v V' / s CONDENSED CORRESPONDENCE. california comino. From Freino, CiL, W. P. Bowen writes: "I will af that we are in our infancy, being organized just two months, and are situated in Fresno county about 8vc miles from Fresno City, in a school district known as West Park. We are soon to organize a State Alliance, and hope ere long to be in the front rank in Alliance work." * • likes the little giant. From Ingram, Kerr Co., A. Z. Zura- valt. Secretary Alcance, No. 4448> writes: "The Little Giant Cyclopedia is all that it is represented to be. It is worth the price that I paid for it and fifty cents more. I have lo aked the book through and I would not tike what it cost me, so I can recommend it. Here's my love to the Mercury and its readers and the Alliances all over the Union." V <* WANTS L. K IN TEXAS. From Columbus, H. J. B. Gay writes: "I notice other states are or- gagiog lhat grand man—L. L. Polk the Nat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 6 November 1890

TilJS SCUrUEiilí au¿aüUBYj DA-_.L.A¿, AiJ, '!_! J i.J , • -* y ác' w j* OFFICIAL. DIBCTOBY. STATS OPTICKBS. President,Evnu Jones, Dublin, Texns. Vife-Prenlrlent, T. J. Andorion, Parlu, Tcxa . Bocretftry, 8. O. Pawn, P|>riugtnwn, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. I'erdue, Went Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Oh'rm. Cinco, Tux., R. A. HlKh, Conloan*, Texan, 6. C. Grnnhory, Austin, Texn*. J. M. Verdue, West Mountain, Sinn H. Dlxon, Dallas, (¡. h. Clnrk, Kto|iliPiivlllo, Juo. D. Fields, M. !>., Manor, "Iexím i •'< Exocutlvo 'om Delegates to tlio Na- tional Al- liance, Proclamation by President Jones. To the presidents of tlio various County A 111 «gees, gieeiiuff : 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 Üon, and Whereas, Our law requires that all amendments to our constitution •hall be refered to County Farmers Alliances for their ratification. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

■TV vfF' ' W *W* ■ Y 1 li "ORGANIZE. EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE. Ofifloieil Journal of tlx o Farmers Stctt© AHianoe oí' Texas. "LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." r VOL. IX, NO. 46 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1890. SENTIMENT8 PROM SOURCES. MANY Chicago Express: The "liayseed" or- ator lias carried the people with him on many a platform during the late election campaign, where the sleek, oily tongued sophist direct from congress or the law oflice has utterly failed. <* fit W. S. Morgan's Paper: "We are for the party that is for the people, the greatest good to the greatest number. We are not particular as to its name. What we want is relief from legalized systems of robbery and excessive taxa- tion. We want 110 such protection as that which enriches our neighbor at our expense. lie may build factories and give us labor (if he can't import foreign labor), when we lose our farms, but it's losing the farm is what we're objecting to *■. National Vie^': Reform will come by and by, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

THE BOUTHEHN MKRCTJHY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1800. ut« ■ m ALLIANCE NEWS. All About the Order, in the State and Outside of it. What the Alliance is Doing Everywhere. retarjr-Treasurer and all other bonded j Dallas and Bosque, met at Alvarado It'EMS. The Signal says of the meeting of Cooke Couflty Alliance: '-Not a jar or ripple during the entire session to disturb the harmony of the brethren. A unity of purpose and action looking to the best interests of the order was eery noticeable." ■ From Jasper county, Thos. J. Far- row writes that the county meeting was held with the Cleburne Alliance, No. 371a. that there were but five subs represented, and that they have just a spark left in that county. Bro. A. M. Turnbull is lecturing, with prospcct 01 doing some good. Our correspondent says there are many grumblers, and they are invariably those who do not read our papers, but rerd others that misrepresent everything tiiey can, Bro. F., however, is hopeful, and thinks ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

, ' ■FWi "X I ■ wm wjf¿: I I I - I V > )'■ m mr t; the southern mercury: tallas, texas, thursday, november 13, 1800. 3 A Gun From Hopkins. Editor Mercury: -—That minority that opposed the sub-treasary plan at the S:ate Alliance reminds me of that minority that opposed the demands made at the Cleburne State Alliance, It may be a different element, but it strikes me it is the same. They are like Colonels Mills, Oats, et al. They oppose, but offer no substitute. Some who pretend to be Alliance men hole partyism above our principles. Such men ought to be out of the order, and the sooner the better it will be for us. Now the question is, how ought the government to get money to the peo pie? And what class ought it to be issued to, if any? This first question has puzzled all, or nearly all, of our southern demo crats, or they at least have failed to give us a better plan than the sub treasury plan. Some of our con- gressmen think that a reduction of the tariff vould give us the needed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1880. The Southern Mercury TJX Tit* ones dollar a year, in abvancu. ¡ ,r ... ., . t ry office. If v/e will all adhere to our Published liv. ry Thuriduy by tiie Karm> rs gu|j[jme ,nottoe8 in regard to this mat State Alliuiico Publishing (oinpany. a ter as well as other things, it will help Texas, uh " r | to bui'd us up in a more glorious um ty and fraternity. Entered fit the jtoMoflleo, Dulitis, lOoond-elasK mail mutter. READ THIS CAREFULLY. When writing to Tin: .\it:itct;itv upon any nub- joct whatever, always m Id lens your letter to "Tiie Southern Mkhcuiy, Dalian, toxrm," uud not to any Individual. Make ivinittauee to "The South run Mebcuby." Uy complying with this simple request, your letters will be in- sured prompt attention. SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the contemplated improve- ment of The Economist and Thk Mich- cckv, the clubbing price of the two han been increased to ¡jil.HO. It lian hereto- fore been $l.(iO. l'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1890. 1"' L ? x.'' v y ) I >■ OUR CHIMNEY CORNER. —————— w OCCUPIED BY TMB "BIG EDITOR" IN HIS CAS Y CHAIR. Here will be found Food for the Thoughtful and Curious, Fun for the Gay, and Sentiment for All. What Shall We Bead? The world is flooded with literature, books, novels, periodicals, and stuff of all sorts, with which to cram the minds of the old and young—a mental pabu- lum, oittimes impalatable, indigestible and unintelligible, producing a mental dyspepsia that is fast turning out a na- tion of invalids. Now, what is the remedy? How are we going to coun- teract this flood of filth that is corrupt- ng our children our youths, our soci- ety? The enemies of order, oí chris- tiauity, of government, of everything that tends to strengthen and make solid our social and political fabric, are wise in their own generation. They are pursuing the tactics of the skilful military strategist who camps around the outposts of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

6 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1880. cr THE IEEOIMIE CIRCLE. CONDUCTED BY MRS. JENNIE DIXON. WOMAN'S COLUMN. Devoted to a Dlsousslon of and Interchange of Ideas, as to the Noeds, Duties and "Rights" of the Farmer's Wife. Dear Foys and Girls:— I am going to give you all the space a ain this week. I have so many in- teresting letters that I wish to appear before they become old. Idane, I am very toiry to heir you ■ay you like to waltz. If nothing else could be said again>t it, girls of 15 di .iot have tme to spend in sach frivolous and dissipating pastimes, 1 heard a good mother say only yester- day that her little daughter did not have time to take music lessons while she was going to school. I don'i know what she would think if she had to attend a ball once a week or once a month. And you unconsciously gave us a strong argument against waltzing at all, in the course of your letter. Do you not think it dangerous to be in the same company where, as yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

, . • THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLA8, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1800. !'V f i Leoturo on tho "Obligation# (Continued from p g« 5 > bis misfortune we wait too long before we offer our help and sympathy. The greatest oí all organizers, the Immor- tal Founder of a grander Alliance than ours, made a by-law in the greatest constitution ever formulated on earth or in heaven for the government of men, that thou shouldst "love thy neighbor a^ thyself." And while I doubt that any of us do or can reach to that divine altitude, I do know that many of us could love and cheer our neighbor much more than we do, if we would only give ourselves the op portunity. "I will conform to the constitution and by-laws of the Alliance, and I will act in harmony with and endeavor to promote unity among the members." This pledge Of our service to the gen- eral good of the order is the lock and N2y to the whole obligation. It ob liges us by natural consequence of truth and good faith to suppress and lacrif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 13 November 1890

•V 'v.- \ jHP^c THE SOÜTiíEKN MKEClíiíY: DALLAS, 'xÍAÁá, ííiü^I:;, .—¿J, itCD. |\ I I' I 1 ¡ I ' If 1 1 Kt OFFICIAL. DIHOTORY. state orPICEltR. President,Kvm.Tones, Dublin, Texas. Vifc-rrcsident, T. J. Anderson, 1'urls, Tcxus. Secretary, 8. O. Daws, Bpringtowu, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas, T. J. Crawford, Ch'rte. Cisco, Tex.,' It. A. High, Corsieana, Texas, É. C. Gruulifry, Austin, Texas. J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Barn n. Dixon. Dallas, O. L. Clark, Htephcnvillo, Juo. 0. Fields. M. D„ Manor, ExeruUvo t ouiJ Delegates to tlio Nn tlonal Al- liance. Vveol&mation by President Jones. Vo the presidents of the various County Alii Woes, greotlng: Whereas, The" Fanners State Alli- ance in regular session assembled in the city of Dallas, August 19th to the •3 inclusive, did pass some very ira portant amendments to the constitu non, and Whereas, Our law requires that ail amendments to our constitution ■hall be refered to County Farmers Alliances for their ratific...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

■m "V "1 i ü "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." Offl.oia.1 Journal of tin© Fai-mers Stat© AUlanoo of' Texas. 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. IX, NO. 47 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1890. "\ WHOLE NO. 447 > B* /•" Chas. a. Townsend, President. HOME George II. Ripi.ey, Vice-President. Ijfe Ipsurapee ^ompaijy, gkoroe k. i tie, Secretary. NEW YORK W.m. A. maitshai.l, Actuary. ORGANIZED 1SSO. a8set3. «<B6.7J5S.44 B.96; Liabilities. $5,304,071.45; Surplus. $1,404,377.51. No Life Insurance Policies are issued which are as liberal as those of the "TJOME,"—its Policies being from date of issue entirely unrestricted as to resi- dence or travel, add after two years absolutely indisputable. *.***—mSpccimen Policies Will 6n Furnished on Application.*— tlio following table, compilad from the Annu- al Report of the -uponnlciident of Insurance of tho Suite of New York, exhibits Ihe amount of nssels hold by the following companies for ev- ery Í100.00 of liability on Junuary 1st,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

' ■ • ' •" r' 2 ALLIANCE NEWS. ITEMS. "At a stated meeting of Elizabeth Alliance No. 618, Denton co.," writes Chris. Ilayden, Sec'y, "the following resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the Alliance heartily endorse the action of C. W. Macune, Chairman N. F. A. Legislative Com- mittee; L. L. Polk, President N. F. A. & I. U., and others, for the able man- ner in which they have advocated the common interest of the people in the Congress of United States; and that we view, with alarm, the probable pas- sage of a bill known as the Federal election bill, calculated to control by force the election in southern States, expressedly as regards election of re- presentatives to congress, and pray our members in congress to procure its defeat if possible." Alfred M. Colwick, Sec'y, writes that the Bosque County Farmers Alii ance convened at Walnut, and here is a partial report of proceedings:' By- law limiting the basis of representation to one delegate for each thirty memb- e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

TJttiS gOPiaflgH JHUBItCUitY: DAIiIjAS, TJSX.A5, TflllWXJAr, auvFjMHKH. J50, 1890. SOB-TREASURY SCHEME. A LOOKER-ON DISCUSSES THE SITU AT Í ON. Somo of tho Benefits to bu Derived Money to Movu or Hold Crops. ' An Earnest Plea m Be- half of the Idea. Galveston News, O t. 21. Mexia, Ttx, Oct. 17—Much has been ¡.aid and written concerning this scheme of the farmers, and to an out sider it locks as is the criticisms of its CBcmies are about as ciude and sense less as the details of the plans ug gested by its friends. That the coun try in general, and the farmer in particular, must have monetary relief in some shape is apparent to the most casual observer. The pheiu menal in crease annually in the productions of our ccuniry, agricultural, mechanical ar:d mining, and a like rapid annual increase in the volume of our trade, is a stern admonition to our statesman- ship to ceaie wrangling over miner concerns of political policies and party success, and to devote its best thought and best eff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

, !¿ vj1 ' MLA jL Mtt) : THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: SALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880. The Southern Mercury ON* DOLLAR A VSAM. IN ADVANOB. Published Every Thursday by tho Farmor* Blnto Alliance ruhllihing Company*. Entorod nt lh<¡ ponUdllee, DuIIuh, Toxaa, ai accoml-class mull limitar. rfcad THIS CAREFULLY. Whoa writing to The Mhhoiiry upon any mb Ject whatever, ulway* oddrcma your lolU-r to "TheHoutjii:bn Mkurury, Dallas, Texas," au<i not to any individual. Make remittance to "tim houthkun Mf.iiouby." Hy com ply i n« wllh Ihlx Himple reijuo&t, your letter* will be in- sured prompt attention. SPECIAL NOTICE. Tn view of the contemplated improve- ment of The Economist and Tiie Mek- cuhv, tho clubbing price of the two ha been increased to $1.80. It haH hereto foro been $1.G0, I'lcaso bear this in mind, ith in no iifstance will tho two pa- pers bo sent for less than $1.80. We want to give you a Thanksgiv • ing issue next week. The National Farmers Alliance will hold its 2d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

i! I"i THE SOUTEÉERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1880. OUR CHIMNEY CORNER. ooeurmo •* thi "BIG EDITOR" i" his ■* * ch*ir. Here will be found Food for the Thoughtful and Curious, Fun for the Gay, and Sentiment for All. A Harmonious Development needed. In this age of reform entfcusastic advocates of political regeneration are too apt to overlook the fact that a sub- stantial growth—a thorough and well- rounded development of all the facul- ties that enter into the fabric of a com- plete manhood, should be cutivated in harmony with the movement, and made to conform to its basic principles Then let us besr in mind that when- ever reform comes to stay, it must be complete in all its stages, and extend from the nursery to the torum. To bring about the glorious end toward which we are working, every one can tike part from the mansion of the mil- lionaire to the poorest peasant's cot- tage. Teach duty to your children and others under your influence, at all times and plac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCUHY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 1890. THE ESSENCE OF SLAVERY. Vhtt ChuiliM A ru Itelii;; Kuntflicil Upon Ult I'liriner, uiul lio Mimt A«t. The furmora are tlio laryust aud moat Important class of our ..people, adding more than all others to the wealth anil stability of this nation, for they feed the people and furnish three-fourths of o\if exports. While tho main wealth of this nation consists in its agricultural prod- ucts, and according to the census of 1880 62 per cent, of our population were en- gaged in it, they do not exert that in- fluence in the state and national affairs that the importance! of their calling de- mands that they should. If it be true, as it certainly is, that tho ensence of slavery consists in maldng one man la- bor while another takes his earnings, then the maaaes of the American farm- ers have been reduced to the condition of slaves, for they have had not only what they have earned, but tho capital they had invested, taken from t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

\r r t On Alliance Baoktta. Mr. Aip aaid in the Atlanta Consti- totion, Sept. a ist,* that "the fanners ««re railing a racket about being im- posed opon. Who told them they were imposed uponí" I think I can tell him who first raised the racket. The old women first of all. When they cany their eggs, butter and chick- ens and etc, the merchants do not in- vite them far from the door way into the atore room. He puts her butter on the scales, more than two thirds the length of the room from the entrance, gives them a little bump and pronoun- ces the weight, which she dare not dis- pute. She is not even invited to see it weighed. He says "I'll give you so and so." Never ones asks her prices. She wishes in exchange, su- gar and coffee. He weighs and prices that, too, while she quietly waits like a mummy. She must submit. She is only a country woman. After awhile she tires of this manner of conducting business, and thinks it time to raise a racket. She says her butter, accord ing to her we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 20 November 1890

xxlc Buui/iiiaa raajjvv;uitx: UAliJUA , TJUXA , xiu.w^Aü, muvJimuaa. *v izdv. OFFICIAL. DIROTORY. rtatk officers. President,Evan Jones, Dublin, Texan. Vlfe-Prenldent, T. i. Andenon, Paris, Texan. Bccretary, 8. .0. Duws, SprliiKUiwu, Texns. Lecturer, J. *f. Perdue, Went Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, t'li'rm, Cisco, Tex., R. A. lllsh, CorMranii, T<'xiis, Executive 8. C. OiMiihery, Austin, Texus. Com. G. I/. Cl,ark. Cli'n, Si<■ i•licnsvlllc, I C. J. Jackson, Coin lllil, /-Judiciary F. J. Wai.dkui-, SupK'n Store, Com. J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Delcpiiies Fain II. lilxoli, liiill'is. to flu* Nil - G. Ij. I'latfc, Hlciilir-uvllle, tlonal Al Jno. D. Field*, M. 1).. Manor, Uaiiuu. PROCLAMATION. To the Members of the Farmers Alliance of Tr-xas—(ireellnK: Wlieveas, the amendments to the constitution adopted by the Farmers Statu Alliance of Texas, at its lam regular nieetlni;, were referred to the various County Farmers Alliances throughout the state, for their ratification or reje...

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