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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

& "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE. OfH.oia.1 Journal of tlaex Farmers Stat,© A.llia,noo of Toacas. I vol. ix, no. 49 dallas, texas, thursday, december 4,1890. LIBER-I Y. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." whole no. 449 Chas. A. Towssf.nd, President. GEmuiF. {I. Uiri.KY, Vlce-lT-esldeut. HOME lpsürapee ^ompapy, GEoitnr E. Inn, Secretary. 3STBW YORK. W.i. A. MARSIIAM,, Actuary. A9SET3. 80,708,448.96; ORSlANIZtlD I860. Liabilities. '33,304,071.45: Surplus. $1,404.377.5!. No Life Insurance Policies aro issued which are 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 ahsoh te'v indi.- ]>nt">lo. 5* ^Specimen Policies Will bt Furnisher! On Application., The following table, compiled from the Ainiu-¡ The Home Life Insurance Co. wan al Reportof the Superintendent of Insurance of . , , , , the State of New York, exhibits the amount of recommended to the Brotherhood on assets held l>v tho followi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

/ ■M THE SOUTHJSilM MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4 1890. V ALLIANCE NEWS. Organisation of Diatriot AUianoe of tho Fifth Congressional Diatriot, Nov. 11-12. Gainesville, Tex, Nov. n. '90. Id accordance with official call the District Alliance for the 5th congres- sional district of Texas was organised at Gainesville, Texas, November r 1 and 1 a. The delegates were called to order promptly at 10 a. m., by W. R. Lamb, temporary chairman. C. W Geers of Denton, was ap- pointed temporary secretary, J. J. Bar- rett, of Montague, temporary door- keeper. and L. B Upton, of Clay, aisistant door-keep sr. J K. Milburn of Montague, was appointed temporary chaplain, when the meeting was opened with prayer. The call wa3 then read by the tem- porary chairman. A committee on credentials was appointed as follows: L B. Upton, 0! Clay, C. A. McMeans. Shiloh, Denton county, and C. B. Carter, Rockwall, Rockwall county. This committee made the following report, which was adopted: Denton coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

' V, ,T Bg P) THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1890. Enlisted for the War. [Extract from au address delivered l y rountv Lecturer W. L. Martin at Paluxj. i ublishvd by request of Hood County Alliance.] # * * Outside of that great religious in- stitution, the church, the corner stone of which was laid by our Savior him- self, theie never was an institution set up on the face of the earth, grander in its purposes or more beneficial in its promised results than the Fanners Alliance ' Listen, while I read from the consti- tution its declaration of purposes, and tell me if there is aught therein con- tained, not as pure as the unsullied skies, or which does not commecd it- self to the heart and judgment of an enlightened age; or which, if canied out, is not calculated to promote the happiness of munkiod, # * * Now, I woulo respectfully ask, is there anything in all this enumeration, to which even the most unreasonable and pivjud ced man could object ? Is tin.re ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

. _ Va If SS1P THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUR8DA7, DECEMBER 4, 1880. The Southern Mercury ONe dollar • ra**. in «ovamos. Published Kvcry Thur«<lay by tho Farmer State Alliance I'libllKhlug Compnuy. Entered at tlio v<>"tofllre, Dalian, Texan, 8* •ciuiní-iIukh mail matter. read this carefully. When writing to Thf. Mriictav upon any mib. A RESUME OF THE POLITI- CAL SITUATION In a recent issue of the Irish Ameri- can, St. Lrnis, Mo., under the head ing, l,Our New Allies," is summed up very nicely from a partisan standpoint, and looking through Democratic glasses. There is nu use in trying to not to any individual. Mako remittancon to "The Houthehn Mkbcurv." By complying with tbU simple requont, your lottern will bo In •ured prompt atunitlon. SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of tho contemplated improve' mcnt of The Economist ami ThkMkr- cuitv, the dubbin# price of the two baa been increased to $1.80. It haH hereto fore been $1.<X). Please bear tliin in mind, hh in no instan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

■ ■•'irmy ? ''fev'í';-. iFJSf4 V®*: w THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1800. A Looker On" Reviewed. ra® r> íí '• , W GREAT WRITERS OF THE DA 1*. To convince everybody, before subscribing, of the high quality and interest of our Beautifully Illustrated journal in its new form, we will send to any address Tnree WeeUs fío *■ ce*\\s SEND TEN CENTS for a trial subscription, and we will send' you three numbers, including our CHRISTMAS NUMBER, with an artistic cover; also our Calendar Announcement for 1891, with a painting by J. G. L. Ferris. These three numbers contain the following reading-matter : (1) Mrs. Amelia E. Barr's new serial, "The Beads of Tasmer." Mrs. Barr is the author of that most successful serial, "Friend Olivia," just completed in The Century ; but hereafter Mrs. Barr will write exclusively for The Ledger. (2) Hon. George Bancroft'8 description of " The Battle of Lake Erie,'' illustrated. (3) Margaret DelantVs latest story, "To What End?" (4)...

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

THE MESSAGE. the feoeral election bill 18 vigorously advocated. New Treaty of Extradition WliliKnu- land llaiifled and Proclaimed. Mintater Wlwnev 1 local led. Washington, Dee. 1.—The housB ira* callccl to order promptly ut uoou, and attor roll-call a fominittee \vai ap- pointed to notify tlio president that congress was ready for bushicu . Upon reassembling, tho president's mcssago was rent as follows: To tho senate and house of ropro- •ontatives: The reports of I lie sever- al executive departinonts, wiiicli will be laid before cou- gress in the usual course, will exhibit in dot,nil the operations of tho government for tho lust fiscal year. Only the inore important incidents and results,^and chiefly such «as may )>• the foundation of the recommends- tions I shall submit, will be referred t« in this messaue The vast und increas- ing business of the government has been transacted by tho several depart jucnts during tho year with faithful- ness,energy and success. The revenues* am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

Commercial Agency Rotes. | m- V. ■i\', • ;JS J I I 1 I i M Pallas. Texas, Nov. 20, 18'JO. To the Editor of llio Southern Mercury. Dear Sik:—1 note with great pleas* ure the article and proposition in your columns, under date of Novemb. r aoth from Bro J. J. Waldrip. It demonstrates that we have at !cast one man who has a sufficient interest in the agency to come for- ward with an article in our official or- gan and say something in its interest, and to suggest a plan in behalf of the business enterprise that we have es- tablished, which merits due considera- tion by every Alliance man in the state of Texas. And a prompt and unani- mous action, by the brotherhood, upon the plan that Bro Waldrip has offered would result in great good and would crown our business effort with complete success. I am also happy to state that the present management of The Mercury haB shown a disposition to lend us all the aid in their power, and has opened their columns for all information per- taining to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 4 December 1890

RHHüM-'lMüni 5i >' • XlxJCá bUw.— i ■>■ < -«.. i¿v<L A jain. — - -r-jJi;!'!" Ill ->. ... L,.■1 , mil™ ... f v « •- ♦* .,Jf -..vi . fW I* **.. ffHO | - ~úF2¿a. « 1C.V. D # •'Ab oíAíf Weekly l'aper gives so large a Variety of Instructive and entertaining Matter at so /ow a prte*.' Announcements for 1891.—Continued. The Publishers will be pleased to send the Full Prospectus of The Companion and Specimen Copies to any address. Serial Stories of Adventure. Besides the Five Serial Storiea previously announced there will be given the following Serial Stories of Adventure, Finely Illustrated! The Captain of the Kittiewink: An exciting and amusing Yachting Story; by Herbert D.Ward. At Los Valles Orande3: A fine Story of Army Adventure on the Frontier; by Capt. C. A. Curtis, U. S. A. A Prairie Catamaran: The Winter Recreations and Adventures of a Settler; by Palmer F. Jadwin. Out with an Apple Evaporator: by the author of "A Botanist's Predicaments," Wilhelmina Sparks. Chief Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

«*& nümn á,\r jwmmmm ama aifo u*tov, aún ü • JEHP • • - s > .;.-■ .. "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE ANO CO-OPHHATB." Official Journal of til© Farmers Sta,t© jiVliia-rio© of Texas 'LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. IX, NO. 52 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25,1890. WHOLE NO. 452 Ü Si ws K<> lift" I STATE NEWS. Midlothian is now ail anti-saloon town. The supreme court has adjourned its Tyler session. Hillsboro has received about 18,000 bales of cotton. Tesas has produced this year 1,800,- 000 bales of cotton. Camp county's syrup crop is estimat- ed at 100,000 gallons. The oil mill at Bonhamis now making 1,000 gallons of oil per day. On January 1, the First National Bank of Mason begins business. A reward has been offered by Gov. Boss for the Brazos county offenders. A resolution has been introduced by Senator Gray practically favoring free trade. The seat of R. B. Hood, representa- tive from Parker county, will be con- tested. The Alliance gin at Choctow Grove has put up about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

2 THE BU U l'Hlfi J&AI JgüJlCU UK y: DAL-LAB, XiüAAB, Jfl. U K8DAY, DECEMBER 26, 1890. ALLIANCE NEWS. ; The Farmers Alliance it going to build an elevator at Hooper, Neb. Indiana claims 6o,oeo members of the F. M. B. A., everyone a farmer. Bibb Alliance, Camanche county, has a strong membership, and a hall of their own to meet in. One fourth of the counties of Cali' fornia were represented in the organi- sation of the first State Alliance. Prof. G W. Guyer of Nevada, Tex., delivered an Alliance lecture at Mill wood, Saturday night December 13th The Alliance cause in the territory of Oklahoma is growing, and President A. D. Hickok, says the State Journal, "is the right man in the rig at place." The shareholders of Jack County Farmers AJliance Co-operative Asso- ciation will hold their regular meeting in Jacksboro on the 5 th day of Janu •fy, 1891. The Alliance cotton yard at Co- manche has now on hand about 1,800 bales of cotton, and lias handled since the season opened 12,000 or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

TUB SOUTHJüKJN JUL J2KU U tt X: UAIiLAO, iíiaab, XüUJ1S.UAr, JJJ!iUX!ilutS£i.K J50, 1B8D. i I For Tub southekh Mercuby. jf OUB FINANCIAL SYSTEM. [b* n.#r. o'neal.j m Having indulged in some reflections upon the present financial crisis and business depression of the country, I have concluded to jot down the ideas occurrirg to ray mind and give them to The Mercury. We are new laboring under one of these money panics which is so inti- mately interwoven into our political history. Tney have fallen across our fieles and thoroughfares of business periodically, like a shadow of the black wing of death, and left squallid poverty, ruin, and despair in their wake; they have concentrated the money and property in the hands of a few men who wie'd a power alarming and dangerous to a republican govern- ment. Those panics have occurred about in the following order, in 1809, 1814 1819, 1835, 1834, 1837,1839, 1841, 1857, 1861, 1873, and 1890. The present panic has not yet finished its woik, but its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

■ÍjÍP: THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1800. The Southern Mercury ONE DOLLAR A TEAR. IN ADVANOB. Publlnhe<l Every Thursday \>y tho Farmer Btat® A lllinic PubUililn}' Company. Entered at tho poatotnee, Dullne, Texan, as ■euond-cliHs nail mattor. READ THIS CAREFULLY. When writing to Tiie Mkrcury upon any sub- Ject whatever, alwaya uililrem your letter to "Thk Southern Mrrcvhy, Dalla , Texaa," and not to any individual. Multo reinlltaneo to "The Sodtiikrn MKnrimv." Ky complying with thl «Imple request, your letters will lie In- aured prompt attention. From all «ides the universal verdict is that Florida hospitality is unexcelled anywhere on earth. Tins convention at Ocala denounced the Louisiana lottery as a blow at by tho government on deposits of American civilization and morals. Anv one attending the Ocala meet- ing knows that the influence of the ac- tion taken there will be felt as long as men love truth and right. It takes scrne men a long time t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DAIFAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEUJttJMBiSK «5, i«yj. §MS fj tí. if II :'0 >■ THE BOILS OF TEXA8. (Continued.) [By Robt. T. Hill, Austin, Texas ] (a). THE SANDY LIGNITIC OR FOREST AREA The western or interior border of the coast prairie region becomes slightly undulating, and is immediately succeeded by a radically different to- pographic and geologic aspect. The altitude perceptibly increases and a more or less continuous forest suc- ceeds the prairies. The soil presents the red and white aspects peculiar to the sands and clays of the tertiary and quaternary formations of the Gulf States. This is the southwestern ter- mination of the great Atlantic timber belt, which covers with its mantle of a continuous flora the whole of the the Atlantic slope (except tne coast prairie) and the Appalachian region This penetrates the northeastern por- tion of the state and continues fouth- ward across it toward the Rio Grande but becomes less conspicuous and almost obsolete sou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

BPPÜ^IM ;,v- £i ■•■- ■■ ■ • "• v*4¿' •*•'/.•• \+i-t «#«jy •« ; ;C* 6 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1890. TWO GIGANTIC TRUSTS. Combination!) <>r Manufacturer* of Varm- int; Machinery to Crtuli Competition. Farmers of this country should mark Not. 29, 1600, in their ttlinanacs with a big block line, and on the margin of that same book of record write that two meeting of capitalist were held in Chi- cago on that day for the pnrposoof form- ing two distinct trusts for the control of farm implemento. The harvesting ma- chine manufacturera regarded tho con- ference as of such importance that they •trained every effort to keep their secret work from the publio. Members of the combine looked amazed when asked for Information regarding their actions. These men believe that a trust is u pri- vate enterprise which doets not concern the general public. Bat thero are many men who believe that a combination of capital which has for its ceutral purpose the destr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

Iff THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1890. I I i w II • ft ■mm I# it w FARM, HELD, GAEDEN. SUBJECTS SURE TO INTEREST WIDE AWAKE AGRICULTURISTS. What the Experta Ban to 8 j lu Rela- tion to tho Mew Feature In Cream ha*f«log Developed by Scarcity of lee Billing the Paat Hennnn. For summer dairying ico is commonly considered an indispensable requisito, bnt tho experience of tlio last ectieon, with its meager ice harvest and conse- quent high price, has set dairvmeu to in- quiring whether cream may not bo imc- oeaofulty raised without tho uso of ice. Various experiments have been made •nd opinions expressed on this subject. The raising of cream from milk seems to bo the most perfect, with tho least loes of butter fat in tho skimmed milk, in those cases where tborois not only quick cooling, l>nt abo a long rango of falling temperature in the milk, beginning as soon as it is set. This is well exempli- fied in tho case of persons who liave spring houses, where...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 25 December 1890

rni¿, oouixx^iv MisacgaY: dallas, texas, iüüísday, d^cembe&íc, igdo. 11;': i í \i íi fóir •ft j ALLIANCE MEN! Words can not exprcen tho hnown nuoooHfl that our orla Kottowuod '•Murray" H/55.05 HiikkIom havo mot >vlth. They havo stood tho tout of rou^h roaiiu, hard climato and tougii driving and now STAND AT THE HEAD without a known oompotitor. BEWARE OF IMITATORS of our Murray Buxgioa nnd Harness. Bee that your Buscrv has our ñamo plato nnd guarantee ou it, and YOU AHE SAFE. wiiiBBa 3BE. jvE-crar-tari-A. Without a doubt. tho csccllent quality of our Celebrated 41 SZurrny" Hü.On riarnuK ltiw caused inoro comment and received more praise than anything that ha been placed on the market for years.. Ourplnn of SELLING DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER and declaring ourselves openly and abovo board AGAINST ALL POOLS AND TRUSTS has also made un many friends. WRITE AT ONCE FOR OUR FREE ILLUS- TRATEO CATALOGUE, containing full de- scription and net cash price? of oSr work. tr -Mc^i\rx7^ ^oi'xja?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 1 January 1891

I V i'-'" / íihf' j**t ü w'&y'%Wbi;v aateU^ríl^i' ■ /.!>/- IsPtKflH li , 'V ' $$« y^ti&yLLí .XI I1 * w T; rl\ VI i ;! nii 'g\\ 1^-Vs kl V ISi- " * w í m-Vi ■ral? ¡t ; , 'ORQANIZB, EOUOATE AND CO-OPERATE." Offioio.1 Journal of Hi o Parmora State -A.lUs.no© oí" Toxae. §*. i 'LIBERTY, di (/OL. X, NO. 1 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1,1891. ONPENSED CORRESPONDENCE ' Br j. O. C. Robertson says: "Bald >: ings Alliance is on a 'boom'—forty ¿embers affiliating with us the last two (meetings." V Bro. W. G. Weaver, of Nacogdoches, says: "The lawyers of this place op. pose Bro. Stump Ashby's ideas relative to the sub-treasury plan, but failed to eet them on the platform." :r i A brother from Aubrey sends a very interesting calculation of the financial benefit the operation of the sub-treasury 1 would be to the farmers of America. .He computes the annual net saving at |67,052,850. \* State Secretary Daws writes: "All Alliance work is progressing grandly. We sent out from this o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 1 January 1891

THE SOUTHERN MBBOÜTtY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1881. K*ecu*Y« Soar*. m IOTORV. I aixi Aires am mwnui vsie*. lat, North Carolina, i Preeldent, Kaesss. MorgU. rsv, Missouri tJixa* —• jiudiainry rtp1! iw"isr da® ** * mnorrwni. Prenden t,lrae Jones, Dublin, Texas. We-rresident, T. J. Anderson, Parts. Thm Seciwtary, 8. O. Dawa, Sprlsftown, Te*ae. Leotnrer. t. U. Mm, West Maun tain, Twos. HSHSftrhe" pL J Bp : __ Fmnm State AUiance of Tea- H I* MfUUr session aseemblsd, In the oMy of PaHas la Aarut, uoa <14 pass • spsolel enaot- nnt to to Interact of dormant Alliances, vhsrein precisions war* wi1 torthsrsmitUng of all Sues opts tils beginning of tho quarter I «USÉ toe; aor*anlsed,and said special pro- «Masa sjtended to January 1, ISSli and aa the ■aid Mm baa bow about aspirad, and many Soman! AManoes, tor waat of lolomattoo, have not availed themselves af this opportuni- ty. a 4 sainan y bara asked tor too «tension of ttaao to wWafc damaat Alliances may hare ntoori ovpovtultf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 1 January 1891

m SB MBBOTJBYí DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1891. ISlii m ¿mm,: ft m lift K I . a- —j Tho Financial System. The financial system of the country ceased to have defenders. Those «ho have hitherto been its supporters •re nov driven to the pitiful position ef apologists. It has invariably been administered by officials identified in sentiment and interest with its success, and it cannot, therefore, be charged that the effort to make is satisfactory . has been inadequate. That a change of method is necessaijr is the burden of statement by the journals represent- ing the commercial interests of the cities and of the agents charged by ^te government with its administra- tion. The mass of those who strive to secure for productive effort a better return have long iusisted that the im potence of the present scheme had been demonstrated The annual report of Secretary Windom, submitted to congress witn the annual message of the president, contains a most unequivocal admission, not only t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 1 January 1891

THB SOUTHERN KBSOÜBT: SALLAS, TEXAS, THTTKSDAT, JANTTAHT 1,1881. The Southern Mercury •M DOLIU A ra«*. ID AOV*HO«. ±=3 MHiM Hrery Thursday by th# Kir men Mat* AUUao* PnbUihluc Company. Entered At the poatofSoe, Saltee, Tex *, M matter. H ' m 1 1 READ THIS CAREFULLY. Whea writing to tn mmouby upon «ny iub JmI whataver, always address yeur lettars to TaaHovtacaii Uaaovar, Dallas, Texas," and ■ot to any Individual. Make remittances to "Taa Booth*** Msbccst." By eoiaplying «1th this simple request, your letters will be in sued prompt attention. The suspension of the Maverick bank i« only another evidence of our rwtten system of finance. The handwriting on the wall is: "Woe to him that standeth in the way of the people1* right . It were better for him that he had never been born. EH®/®!® flBmffik', ««PI• MM'fM ipv'/'/'•',r ' I ■ m ; Mi ffil Robert J. Burdette preaches a Christmas sermon in the Ladies Home Journal on the text: "Wealth maketh many friends, but the poor is sepa* rated from ...

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