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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

p! "T II ¡I. jfc.'e ll I?1 1 f V I i / pK/ w <• n V j "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." Vol. x, no. 4 ^3ffloia,l Journal of tne Farmers Sta/t© -¿Vllittrxae of Texas. dallas, texas, thursday, january 22, 1s9l LIBERTY JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." whole no. 460 GOV. HOGG'S MESSAGE TO THE TWENTY-SECOND LEGISLA- TURE OF TEXAS. Yiiiv.s tlint tin- Members of tlio Present Ijeiiisluttiro anil the Execu- tive Aro Committed to I'luinly Set Forth. Executive Office, Austin, Tex., Jan. 21, 1801. Gcntlemnn of the Bona to and House of Repre- sentatives: To Omnipotent God we owe all. For tho blessings of liberty ami the heritage of civil rights we tiro indebted to the valor, patriotism and •wisdom of our fathers. In the jealous perpetuity of these we must rely on ourselves and posterity. The self-evident and conse- crate I truths that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit os happi- ness cannot be uttered too oi't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

* N 'If ,,, , ,, ÜSi few THE SOUTHEBN MERCURY: DALLAS, TBXA8, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. OgFIOIAI— BIMOTOWY. MATIONAI, rAMIKB* AtlliNC* AMD IMDCSTWA1. 0*10 . I/. L. PeUc, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vice President, Kansa . J. JL Turner, Bef rotary,-Treasurer, Georgia. J. F. WlUets, Lecturer, Km«u. 0. W. Maori , Chairman, A. WaadaT), J. P. Tlltonjn, B. 0. Pa«y, Chairman, luat Modreckcn, A. K. Colt, C, W. M acuno, A. Wei'daJl, Kxccutlvs Board. The Prseldont. Secretary, Exocntdve B6erd are logatea tol street, Washington, I). C. Judiciary Dep't. Legislativo Com. De*..* ;, ami Chairman of are locate ! at 239 North Capi- STAW OFFICER*. President,Etbb Jones, Dublin, Tcxa*. Vife-PreMdent, T. J. Anderson, Pari*, Text*. Pecretary, 6. 0. Dews, SprlnRlown, Texas. Leeturor, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Clsoo, Tex.,) It. A. High. Corsjcens, Texas, > 8. C. Oranbery, Austin, Texa*. ) Executive Com. O. L. Cimbk. Chjn, MsphensvUle,! F. j', ^VAifiSSV, Stap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

THE SOUT-H-ERN MFUCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. \t% \ I . n'| ¡ w Bro. Clark Deliver one of His Bousing Speeches at Henrietta. Editor Mercury:—Bro. Geo. I Clark, one of the old war horse Alii* anee members and lecturers delivered a lecture in our city yesterday. He was welcomed by a good audience and well he kept up his old time rep- utation as one of our most entertain ing lecturers. Bro. Clark is an able, fearless, though conservative defender of Alliance principles. Many who were heretofore holding aloof, have come out since listening to Bro. Clark, •nd say the Alliance is a child of ne- cessity and are casting their lot with us. He carries away from here the good will and God-bless-you of all our people, and the verdict is universal that no abler and p!easanter defender of Alliance principles lives than Bro. Clark. Every county should have him visit them. They will find him an able and honest brother. Fraternally, T. J. H. To The Mercury:—The women have been c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

rtiOHMlN Yi¡f, i¡< I K i w.- ' J? ' If re Southern Mercury OPPIOIAL ORGAN Texas Farmers Stats And Industrial Union. onb dollar * *■**. in «ovamos. PubUikoi Every Thurtday by th« Farmer Btat* AUUne* Publishing Company. Milton fx ax, - General Manager. Entered at th pofltoffice, Dalla , Texan, a« second-clam moll mutter. N. R. P. A. NOTICE TO SUBSCBIBEBS. On February ist all name in ar- rears for subscription wili be stricken off the books. Those who desire to have Thb Mercury continue coming to their addresses will please remit amounts due at once. u*j! jj j . — PREMIUMS. Look ou the second page and ex- amine carefully the premium list for 1891. New books will be added al- most every week. No member of the Alliance need be without a good eco- nomic library, who will 6pend a tew minutes every week securing subscrib- ers. Let every one interested in the great reform work send a list of new names once a week during this year and Texas will not only have the best Alliance paper publis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. jUQon tor tt\at parpóse. The people ought to and certainly do feel congratu- lated on what has already been accom- bnt the ¡dished at such liyht expense; bnt the xrark haa only fairly begun. An efficient system of public schools • Í3 the growth of years, the work of ability and ex- perience, and above all depends on the —¡J j ii... - progressive, íe neighbor- people are proud of their homes, hope for their children, and rely most ou their capacity for self- government school houses are to be seen filled by bright, happy littlo ones. If they are but log cabins, the people's pride centers in them, for their tenderest cares and deepest affections are there. They are w)lhng to respond to all juet demands for the efficient support of the schools taught in them. One trouble is, many of them are deluded and feel that the state's revenues from sourcos other than taxation are sufljcient for all ami oisswaore, not now in aeinana...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

1 mo AND THE LODGE BILL. [By Rev. Thomas Dixon. Jr.] It ú not without pain that I feel it my duty to devote again a few minutes to the review of the lodge bill, still pending in Congress, I do it because overwhelmed with the conviction that such a law enacted at this time can only reiult in misery, sectional hatred, crime and failure. I am sorry to dis- turb again the minds of those who dis agree with me, When 1 first touched upon this matter some months ago certain gentlemen, outside of this charch ana organization, were so out< raged that an appeal was made to the Trustees of this church to oust the pastor for daring to think such heresy, Failing in this, an appeal was then tak< ea to the managers of this hall, asking that the congregation should be turned out to punish the pastor for such sacri ledge! Let me assure these gentlemen of my kindliest feelings toward them. I am sorry that a sense of duty forces me again to this issue. I do not de sire battle. I wish simply to sp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

■M', V.s ¿ I 4 ' ; TH8 80UTHEBN MBROURY; DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 88, 1801, CONDENSED CORRESPONDENCE. Bro. M. B. McLain, of Taylor, wys: "The Alliance at this place is on a boom, and we expect to continue in the good work. "B. D." writes from Comanche county: « Our Alliance, Big V alley, ii full of life. We are to have the county meeting with us on Jan. 8." Bro. C. H, Cleveland, of Wilson county, saya* "I have sent copies of The Mercury to my lriends in Texas, Alabama, Louisiana and Georgia." Bro. J. F. Henson, of Stubbs, says: "A few of us are at work reorganizing the Alliance in this section. We will try to build up with good material." Bro. J. Betty of Parker county writes that "the Alliance is on rising ground in the old mother county; new life is being infused, and that The Mercury is better than ever." Bro. D. B. GillQand, of Jacksboro, says: ' I am mubh pleased to see The Mercury fall in line without re servation, with the St. Louis demands as amended at Ocala. Am als...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 22 January 1891

/ 'X\ -— .-'Mr* ?—5 THE SOUTHERN MERC Pitt Y: PALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 82,1801. HOGG'S MESSAGE. (Continued fro StU page.) [_ c.u-h n;iv>- lkjuú niaicted m the Federal thai United Htates mail, wiiea the only act done wa* the lawful seizuroof personal property or the arrest of some couduotorin charge of a train or other individual carrier of the mail. The gra- cious writ of babean corpus has been abused more than one time by a Federal judge to obstruct the collection of state revenues, or in releasing citizens held in obedience to tho orders or warrants of state courts whose rights have been as- sorted through the regular channels of tho state judiciary. Some of the rail- roads have been placed and hold in the hand of receivers long bsyond the term prescribed by our state laws, and occa- sionally are operated by non-resident re- ceivers under the order of federal judges in other states. With respect to such property the decrees and opinions of the Btnle's highest courts are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

W* Sis. J u> TOPP Iffl "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE ANO CO-OPERATE." Qgfl.oia.1 Journal oí" tlio Farmere £ ta,t© -¿\Jlia,n.oQ of" Toacas "LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 6 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29,1891. WHOLE NO. 457 CONGRESS. January 14— Senate: The senate, after many hours of debate, passes the free-coinage bill adopted June 17,1800, as a substitute for the financial bill, and tbcn decides to take up, by a vote of 34 to 33, the election bill, the vice-president casting the deciding vote. House: The army and navy appro- priation bill is passed. January 15— Senate: Consideration of the election bill is resumed, Mr. Evarts making a speech in favor of it; Mr. Morgan intro- duces a resolution declaring the appeal taken to the supreme court, in the Behr- ing Sea case, to be an affront to the gov- ernment. House: The speaker appoints a com- mittee to investigate the "silver pool." January 10— Senate: The debate on the election bill is continued; a bill for the govern- men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

iSíf'V VATIOXAt riHlll ALUAWCl AM* IWDO T*IAl UWIOK. L- L. Folk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vico Pretldent, Kansos. J. B. Tamer, Secretary,-Treaaurer, Georgia. J. F. Wllleta, Lecturer, Kansas. C. W. Mtoune, Chalrmaa, ) _ A. Wartall. V KneeuMra Board. J. F. Tillman, |U C. Patty, dbalrman, i Mccracken, Iinae W... A. E. Cole, C. W. Uacune, A. Wardall, -Judiciary Dep*t | Legislative Com. ¡saetea stssxii £& tol street, Washington, D. C. statb otflcifcs. Pre«ident,Tvan Jones, Dublin, Toxa . Vife-Preildent, T. T. Anderson, Paria, Tex . Secretary, fl. 0. Daws, fiprlngtown, Texaj. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Claco,Tex.,) K. A. High, Conloan a, Texas, r Executive B. 0. flranbery, Austin, Texas. J Com. 0. L. Clark, Ch'n, fltephebsvillo,') C. J. JAOKBOK, Corn Bill. c Judiciary F. J. WALPmur, Staple* Store, ) Com. mr ATTENTION. •*« To the Member* and Officer of tho Farmer Alliance within the State of Texas: Brethren:—Hon. Evan Jone , pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

i kf? 1 ■ L ¡> THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1801. Cause of the Collapse of tbe Amer- ican Harvester Trust. The news of the collapse of the American Harvertois Trust has been received with a good deal of grim hu- mor. The cause of the breaking up of this immense combine has been va- riously stated. The general public accept the first published statement, that the finansial institutions of the country refused to lend money upon sucurities the legality of which had been questioned. Those directly in- terested believe, however, that it is a revival of the old time jealousy be- tween the Peering and McCormick concens. It is with considerable sat- isfaction that I send you a piece of "inside" news that came to me in a very unexpected manner. There have been representatives of several of the large jobbing houses whose customers are the farmers, in town during the past month. One of these men, whose name I am not at liberty to quote, stated that it was his o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

TBS SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1881. ;v m BP H" \ , • rv' m\ ■ The Southern Mercury OPPIOIA> ORGAN Tonta Farmer• State And Induetrial Union. ONI ISllM A VSAN. IN «BVANOB. PubUikad Every Thursday by th« Farmen fltatt AlUanc* Fubllihlns Cempaay. Milton Pa *. • • General Manager. SnUre4 at tke poitoBoa, Dallas, aecond-ela mall natter. Texas, as N. R. P. A. January Subscribers, Don't let YOUR PA- PER LAPSE. Renew promptly and ■avo annoyanoe. Notloe the slip with your name on it, ana the date, and renew in time. NOTICE TO SUBSCBIBEBS. Ob February ist all name in ar- rean for subscription wili be stricken off tho books. Those who desire to hare The Mercury continue coming to their addresses will please remit amounts due at once. Sub-AlKance secretaries desiring re* ceipt books can secure same by ap- plying to the office. Price 30 cents each. H. W. Manson, of the Rockwall Success, on last Monday, paid this office a very pleasant visit, and with his cheery joc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

< 1 I i DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. THB SOUTHERN MERCURY: \ THE SOILS OP TEXAS. (Continued.) [By Robt. T. Hill. Atlitin, Texas. the llano estacado or staked PLAINS. Within tfce past few years the newly constructed railways of Texas and New Mexico have placed within easy reach of the geologist this the greatest of all Tesas plains, which formerly was al- most unapproachable from lack of facilities for transportation. By their aid it was possible to make a prelimi- nary reconnoisfance of what is, p r- haps, areally the greatest continuous and least denuded plateau or our country. Geographica'ly the Staked Plain of Texas and New Mexico in- clude the quadrangular region south of the Canadian, east of the Pecos, and west of the lorst meridian. To- pographically this region is a single plain, or mesa, termiiated except at its extreme northwest and southeast corners by vertical precipices every- where standing in grand contrast above the surrounding and lows r regior. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

wis THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1801. For The Mxbcuby. Our So-Catled Courts of Juatioe, [By Rev. Thomas Dixon, (f New Yokr.} There is a lingering tradition thai courts of law are placea where citiaena who have been wronged or denied righta may obtain justice. People used to believe that the goddeia whp pre- sides over this famous shrine wore a blindfold and held the scales in a fair balance, showing favor to neither rich or poor. All thia ia fast becoming a memory The people are losing confidence in our courts. To go into court is a dangerous proceeding for the ordinary citizen to-day. The people are grow- ing to believe that the goddess who presides at the seat of justice has slipped the blindfold, cut a pocket in her gown and winks confidentially to discreet clients sometimes. There is also a growing notion that the weights used in the manipulation of these scales are loaded and the secret known only to the manipulators. Among the masses of the peopl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

K ' ■'&* w~ ' t; ' the southern mercury: dallas, THE FARMERS' PLAN. The Incidental Power of Distribu tion is its Uain Feature. BV a. C. HOUSTON, PICKAWAT, W. va. The heated and angry discussion of the sub treasury plan has done good principally in necessitating a study of the powers of government and eco* nomic principies. Every proposed reform is more or less an experiment, and full discussion is necessary to strip it of extravagant or dangerous features. The opponents of the sub-treasury plan have chosen the battleground and have thereby placed at a disadvantage its supporters. They have done this in three ways: 1. They say is is a scheme requir- ing the government to lend money to the people on certain products, and therefore not only unconstitutional but class legislation. 2. That it will result in placing more money in circulation than is nec essary, and tbus tend to the unsettling • of values. The purpose of this paper is to shift the battleground and place the plan upon w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 29 January 1891

Bíf-.í '¿''¡i' '"$*!«><. i>' W":í> '\-Wik; 1 . XUBI PVUXIimtX JBUüi^UOÜl: U.OJLaultf, XJU.&..&&, 1'HUUOVjBlX, JAJNUAKY 29, 1891. ; V II Failure in the Argentine Bepubiio. [Writt«o for the Wall Btroot Farmer by E. M. Kin .] Tnere is an article in the Farmers Alliance department of the Florida Dispatch of Dec. x8th, headed "A Sub-Treasury Bill in Seuth America." It is intended as. a warning to the far- mers of America who have endorsed the sub-treasuiy bill as formulated by the F. A & I. U. As the picture drawn of the financial rain of the Argentine Republic may frighten many friends of the farmers' measure, as well as furnish arguments against it to its enemies, our earnest attention should be directed towards ascertaining the causes of the Argen- tine failure, and to discovering how far their system of finance is identical with the farmers' prosposed system,and how far the two systems aife apart and dis- similar. No doubt the failure in Argentine was due ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 February 1891

m \ S: LIBERTY, JUSTIOE AND EQUALITY." "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE. VOL. X7NÓ. 6 Ctüfiolal Journal of^tho garmera stcitej AlliarxoQ oí* Texas. DALLAS, TEXAS, THÜÍRSDAY^EBIlÍL^Y^T lS91 WHOLE NO. 458 LEGISLATURE. ITouse bill No. 240 is: An act to amend articles 207(5, 2077 and 2080 ofthe revised civil statutes of the the state of Texas in reference to the legal rate of interest. [207(5, amended as follows: When no specified rate of interest is agreed upon, on all written contracts ascertaining the sum payable, interest shall he allowed at the rato of 0 per cent per annum from and after time the sum is due and pay- able. Article 1077, amended as follows: On open accounts and no specified interest agreed upon, interest shall be allowed at 0 per cent per annum from the first day of January after the same are made. Article 2080, amonded as follows: Judgments from all courts of the state shall bear interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum ironi and after tlie day of judgment, exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 February 1891

2 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1891. OFFICIAI ALLIANCE NEWS. OIRIOTORY. NATIONAL FAKMCKf AUUWW l* «***Ali KtMl I.. L. Polk, Prv*i-l uv North Carolina. B. U. Clover, Ykv rie.vidout. J. B. Tur f, iovro-tarj. Trv*survr Georgia. J. T. Wtlltfti. I ■> Uiret. K. * .***. V. W Macún* CiuairtW tu, > Exui'UtiT* IW-uO. •Jwiiotary Dep't Jf J. tegivlaiftro Com. A. i y. mu**. K 0. IV :y '.'ft*; -ni.ia, lW4l.' * Hktitftl, A. S, -,'oiw, V. V> >%.'< -V ''V 'Ifv. _ Hh> «. '<1 v'tusirroan ot JíX'f.'-i u *• W''mM ^ N<jrth Capi- tal tdr+H* If. 0. premf^ttuxvmilone* 1/«|0jim, tex *. Vifr-ft Aid«m<, V Vnior-wn. T ni Bev¿p.UU:,V, x. 1) ' W*s il'CV *1, fMU. Tj<*tur«f, Ji M. t**rvHn'. Wwl Mount !a. Tux . T. J. OmJotd, Cita r , i.leoo, Tu..) H. A. Until. OwniteiMM, ro.Ws f Bxncutive S. (<■ GrtuiWiv, Austin, Tumi*. ) Cum. Q. Ix <:i.4Kk. CH'n, Striwioonvillu,') U J. Jackson. Ootn Hill. r itottmiktj K. J. \V.*;.i*tuir, Staple' Store, ) Com. •ár ATT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 February 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1801. «* timw. rft t Colonization and Bovolution. * [From our Waco Corresponden.) TEXAS. Sinca Pope has chrystilized the thought in scng that "The proper study of mankind is man," and as history is but the sfory of man's aims, hopes, ambitions and worki, so there- fore it is well to occasionally open this hand book of the past and draw inspi- ration from the characters that illumine its pages. Accepting the foregoing as a truism, it is ptobably proper in this, the salutatory of a series of articles on and Texas, to roll back the curtaius W time, so that a better apprehension m the present may be attained, b* contemplating the struggles and achievments of the founders of this great commonwealth. The student of history should not only master its chronology, but with dilligence and care trace back results to causes, dispassionately analyze the motives of action, and with the cool- nesB ar.d skill cf the tactician, investi- gate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 5 February 1891

í f i T \ THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL ORGAN Texat Farmers State >•«</ Industrial Union. ONE DOLLAR A VSSR, IN «DVANOS. H? I P', ' Ri: mt T'ubUnhsd Every Tiiurnday by tho Farmers State Alltsnco Publishing Company. Milton Pauk, • • General Munngor Entered at tho postoOloe, Dallo , Texas, a* •ocond-olni mall matter. N. R. P. A. NOTICE TO SUBSOBIBERS. On February ist all names in ar reara for aubscription wili be atricken off the books. Those who desire to have The Mercury continue coming to their addresses will please remit amounts due at once. If you "are in the swim" you would better send in a large list of subscribe ers for The Mercury. See the pre- mium list on second page. Brethren should remember that The Mercury's space is limited and that only a certam amount of matter can bejput in the paper, therefore make your communications short and to the point. The report is circulating over the nort i and west that...

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