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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

■■ *i \¿"-ÍÍ . i4 ¿i i \,r, .'. t¡ . ! t J& . } .1 J" .^AÍV&JSB i, c ^ v.'r ,.' I í f the southern merouby: dallas, texas, thursday, march 12, 1891. ▲ FINANCIAL HIITOBY. Course and Effect of Legislation Since 1861. [By N. A. Duuulnu.] NUMBER I. The 4th of March came and Abra- ham Lincoln was inaugurated presi- dent. Less than a month previous, Februaiy 8th, a convention of the Southern states was held at Montgom- and considered in committee of the whole the next day. Debate on the bill was limited to one hour, and this heur was entirely occupied by one member. At the conclusion of his re- malles the bill was passed by yeas 150, nays 5. The bill passed the senate without much debate, but with many amendments, which were concurred in by the house, and was approved July wy, Ala., which adopted a constitution ¡ 17, 1869, (ia statutes, 259). It au- for the Confederate States of America and elected Jefferson Davis president. Almost immediately following the in- auguration open hos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

fflw THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1891. FARMERS' MOVEMENT. i [Warwick in Courier-Journal.] It is really refreshing to the soul of the thinker to contemplate the few movements of the prudent, industrious landed yeomanry of our country; and what does it mean? Yes, and what does it not mean? There is an innate manhood in the tiller of the soil; since the fall of the man Adam and tHe blushing Eve, and the spontaneous blossoms and fruits ol Eden under the blandishments of the footed boa, whose corse was to crawl on his belly till the end of time, and who still carries as the only species among the many formed snake family his rudimentary legs (as the scientists call them) under his gaudy and slimy skin. Since this fall, man has launched out on to the great world farm, a full-fledged mon- arch oI the entire globe, a rounded up being, knowing good from evil; and as a worker, a finishing master of this prolific footstool of the Mighty Crea* tor of the unnumbered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

t ( THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1391. JGNAlHAK AMD HIS COHTIKEÍT. (ly Max O'Rell, Author of "John Bull and HI Islsnd," "John Bull, Jr.," Etc., and Jack Allyn.] I—POPULATION OF AMERICA. Where la the Center of A in orle ?—A Land of Coqjurtag—A Letter from Jouuthan. The population of America Is sixty millions—mostly colonels. If the earth is small. America is large, and the Americans are immense! Yes, sixty millions!—all alive and kicking! An Englishman was one day boasting to a Frenchman of the immensity of the British empire. "Yes, sir," he exclaimod to finish up with, "the sun never ants on the English possessions." "1 am not surprised at that," retorted the good Frenchman, "the sun is obliged to keep an eye on the rascals." However, the sun can now travel from New York to San Francisco, and light, on his passage, a freo nation which, in 1770, begged England to mind her own affairs for the future. From east to w'eBt, America stretches over a breadth of i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 12 March 1891

B %: THE SOUTMSSHlf MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12 f 1801. 0"R, C. C3- m DEALER. IN Dallas, Texa* THE SHOW ON THE ROAD. Selections from the Writings of Ar- temua Ward. (T>x Mxxcuky haa made arrangement to puh- Huh a serle of articles by this favoritehu- morlit of the American people, Copyrighted and published by special arrangement with G. Vf. Dillingham, New York, publisher.) IV. ON TUB WINfl. Grata of tha Editorial Corps : Since I last rit you I've met with im- mense BucceBB a showing a show in varié places, particly at Detroit. 1 put up at Mr. RushcI's tavern, a very goo<l tav- ern too, out 1 am horry lo uuorm yuu that tho clerks tried to cum a (iotiK<* Game on me. I brandish**! my new si x- teen dollar hnntin caned watch round considerable, & as I was droit in my store olothas <fc had a lot of sweet scent- ed wagon greaee on my hair, I am fren to nrmftm that I thought I lookt putty gajr. It never once struck me that 1 lookt green. Bui np steps a clerk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

"ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." OfHoia.1 Journal of th.Q Farmers St a. to A-lliano® of* Texas, •liberty, justioe and equality." VOL. X, NO. 12 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19,1891. WHOLE NO. 484 Cancors. Thousands of Cancers are permanent- ly removed by entirely new and original methods without pain, loss of blood, or the use of plaster or knife. For book on Cancer (sent free) address Surgical Hotel, Columbus, Ohio. Dr.. S. B. JIaktman, Pres't. Austin Matters. Special to Tin; Mercury. Austin, Tex., March 5.—Below will be found Representative Wilson's fellow- servant bill a it went to the governor for his signature yesterday: House bill No. 380. An act to define who are fellow-ser- vants and who are not fellow-servants. Section 1. lie it enacted by the le#s- lature of the state of Texas, that all persons engaged in the service of any railway corporation, foreign or dotue.1-- tic, doing business in tld.s state, who are entrusted by such corporation with the authority of superint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. K \ OFFICIAL. ■ Executive Board. Judiciary Dop't. direotory. national fahmeiis alliancg and induitbial i'nton. L. L. Polk, Fresldent, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vico President, Kama . J. II. Turner, Secretary,-Treasurer, Ooorgla. J. K. W.lloti. Leeturor, Kansas. C. W. Mm nue, Chalrmau, A. Wardall, J. F. Tillman, R. C. I'iliy, Chairman, lanar Moi .rackoft, A. E. Cole, !"lí; } Legislative Oom. V. B. Hall, ) 'i ho freeretarv, and Chalrmaa of Kxecutlve flOKt'l iiru lociiod at 289 North Capítol Street, Washington, u. C. _ . . . Tiio President's office la 844 1>. street, Wasa- lu^tou, li, C. atatb urncni. I>re«l«1rnt,Ev n Jones, Dublin, Texas. Vile-President, T. J. Anderson, l'arla, Toxs*. «ecietary, 8. O. Daws. flprlugtown, Tex na. lecturer, J. M. I'ordue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Claco, Tex.," It A. Jtiirh. Bloomiug Orove Tex, }• Executive 7. n /. \ . J Im.Mm I llnm f. C. Granbery, Austin, Texas....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

j i i If I 1 I |- I I X v.,r; THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. V That Circular. To the Signers of "An Address to the Fanners, Laborers and Other Peo> pie of Texas:" Gentlemen:—I received your ad dress. How is it that you have out- grown the State and National Alliances? Is it because you were so unanimously "sat upon" at the last State Alliance that you seek notoriety by circulating ■uch a wilfully malicious aud wholly untruthful document as is this circular? An Alliance man, to become a hero with the opposition, and in the opin ion of the subsidized press, need only to send out such stuff as you have. But, gentlemen, you have made a wist ike. You have no following in the Alliance—not one in Bowie county We have a strong, true Alliance here, and if we had one of your sort he would have to step down and out. As to your attack on The Mercury, I learn some g >od news with re'erence to it. I read the first number of the paper and every fcucceeding num...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

f-y- ml m THE SOUTHERN MBEOUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THTTEBDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. 1 ¡I •' Hs? The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL organ Texas Farmers State And Industrial Union, had not enough life in him to lift ™ i::::^rzzz READ! READ! ñ£AD! ONI DOLLAR A YBAR. IN ADVANOB. hiH head to seo the smile that spread PublUhed Every Thursday by the Farmer* Over the faces of every democratic Plate Alliance Publishing Company. MILTON PARK, General Man'g'r. Entered at the poitofflce, Dallas, Texts, as ■econd>vlaps mall matter. senator at the exposure of the H<Jfcg rabbit foot. • N. R. P. A. The Alliance is a curse—to those who desire to live by tho sweat of other men's brows. "II. B. L." in the San Antonio Express is another example of the dovil quoting scripture. Now is tho time to' howl and strike wildly at the Alliance over tho shoulder of Borne individual. If the San Antonio Express hopes to "damn the Alliance with faint praise," it is doomed to dis- appointment. Democratic principles demand that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

)/ r V THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1801. crs, sons, biothtrs, serving under the have nQ m tI((j stars and stripes, will thus have a ready and safe method of relieving an im- mense amount of suffering which cculd not be reached by coin." Secretary Chase continued to pay out demand notes, and the banks be- ▲ FINANCIAL HISTORY. Course and Effect of Legislation Since 1861. [B?N. A. Dunning.] NUMBER i. The issuing of the $50,000,000 of demand notes created a decided sen- sation among the bankers of the coun- try. Already they had began t >• ee ' ing called upon to receive ihem on the enormous profit that shrewd ma -, deposit, were placed in a peculiar sit- agement might bring to them. They j uatior; they dare not decline for fesr were not slow in ditcovering that by | of the government, and their patriot- reason of this issue of non Ínteres. ¡ ism was not of that character which would permit them to receive on de- posit a currency that had not first been p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

V" , <V|;' i THE SOUTHERN MEEOX7RY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THTTESDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. Inter-State Alliance Losaon. [National Boformor—No. 1, for AprJL] Question. What it the organiza- tion known as the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union? Answer. It is a labor organization having for its object the protection and advancement of the interests of the ag- riculturalists ot the United Sutes. Q. Where, when and by whom was the first permanent Alliance formed? A. At Poolville, Parker County, Tex., July 28th, 1879, by W. T. Bag- gett Q What is the history of the gfowth of the order during the early period of its existence? A Like all great reform move ■mots, its progress was slow and not antil the year 1885 did it assume an importance to attract much attention. Q. What seemed to be the causes Which led to the organization of the Alliance? A. A false system of economic laws Which enforced upon the farmer the necessity of debt trade, and forced ■ales of the products oí his labor. Q. In what way...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1301. I • I; V I) JOKATHAH AND HIS COHTIHENT. [By Max O'Rell. Author of "John Bull mid lilt M ml." "John Bull, Jr." *nd Jaek Allyu.j c IV—TYPES. Iccond Beauty of the Women—Something Wiatlng. The American men are generally thin. Tlieir faces glow with intelligence and energy, and in this mainly consists their handsomeness. It is not male beauty each us the Greeks portrayed it, but a manly beauty in all its intellectual force. The face is pale and serious, but lights up with an amiable smile; you divine that resolution and gentleness lire in harmony In the American character. The features are bony, the foroliead Straight, the nose sharp, and often pinched looking in its thinness. At times, one seems to recognize in the faces something of the Indian type; the tem- ples indented, the chuck bones promi- nent, the eyes small, keen and deep set. The well bred American is to my mind a happy combination of the Frenchman and the English...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 19 March 1891

SHE SOUTHERN MEBOU&Y: DALLAS, TÜXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH U, 1891. COURTSHIP RECALLED. 8*laotlona from the Writings of Ar- temus Ward. [Tee Mkboury ha* made arrangement to pub- lish a series of article by this ia orUe hu- ' it of tho American people. Copyrighted ubllihed by spoclal arrangement with mortal sw Dillingham, I I'! «ew York, pul • V. ' Thai* an many affectln ties which make me hanker arter B^tajr Jane. Her fether'a farm jined our'n; their cows and our'n gquencht their thurst at the aume spring; our old marea.both had star in their forreda; the measles broke oni in both famerlies at nearly tho same period; onr pariente (Betsy's and mine) alopt roglarijr every Sunday in the same moetin house, and the nabanoaed to ob- sarvo, "Bow thick the Ward* and Poas- lcys air!" It was a aurbVms alto, in the spring of the year, to ae* oar serr.il mother* (Betsy's and mine) w*h their gowns pib'd up so thay oooldnt sile em, atfecehunitly Bilin aopstogether& aboos- in the nabers. aSSw I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

* ívfit. V (f ♦ OfHoia.1 Journal of the Farmers State Allianoe of Texas. "LIBBRTY, JU8TICK AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 13 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20,1891. WHOLE NO. 405 i i I .: v i' !</ . A Favorite Paper. The publishers of Youth's Companion have issued a beautiful calendar for 1891, unique and convenient, which con- tains all the announcements for next year. Among the new names which will grace this model young folks' week- ly paper are the Lord Chief J ustice of England—Coleridge, Hon. Seth Low, the venerable Hannibal Hamlin,Camille Flammarion, Sir Norman Lockyer, Gen. O. 0. Howard, Rev. Lyman Abbott, Jules Verne, Max O'Rell, Julia Ward Howe, Walter Besant, Benson J. Los- sing, the eminent historian, and Carl Lumholtz. Truly a host of names in themselves, sufficient to warrant the success of a paper. Five serial stories are promised, by Molly E. Seawell, Rebecca Harding Davis, Julie M. Lippman, H, H. Boyesen and Elizabeth W. Bellamy. A popular series on the latest discov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

WTO 69 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THUBSDAY, MARCH 26, 1801. DIRECTORY. 1kstiox.il vaunkkh ai.makt'k and imm'stiilA i. union. 1-L.lvik, President, North Carolina. ■LB.Clover, Vice President, Kansas.' X IL Turner, Secretary,-Treasurer, Uoorglu. JLF. WilleU, Lecturer, Kansas. C.W. Macuuc, Chairman, KxocuUve Hoard. JL Wanlsll, J. P. Tillman. KChtlr, Chairman, imm UH.raeken, A. M. Cole, L. L. roll:. I A. K. Cole, «.small, J The Secretary, and Chairman of Executive " are located at 2UU North Capitol street, •Judiciary Dep't. Legislative Com. Washington, I). C. The President' cut's oftlcc Is ¡Hi X). street, Wash- fluglon, 1*. C. statk okkickiw. T'r**IiIent,Evan Jones, Dublin, Texan. Vifc-Presldcnt, T. J. Anderson, Purls, Tcxns. Secretary, B. 0. Dawn, Sprlngtown, Texan, ivrrlurcr, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Tcxn*. T.3. Crawford, Ch'rm. Claco, Tex.,) R. A. High. Bloomlnii '¡rove Tox, f- Kxeontlvc M.C. tiranbery, Austin, Texan. ) Coin. <i. 1.. Clark, Ch'n, Htephensvlllc,) C. J....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MEBCTJRY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAE OH 20, 1891 )ULd;bb worse p MEN CONTBOh THE hovkknmkxt. JBjr Tbomui Dixon. Jr., of Nv Y.| IJThe saloon is the mightiest sin- political force in America to- iy. Its social power is bejond computation. As a force in soci- ety it in both a cause and result. The appetite which feeds it is often the result of poverty and misery. The chaotic social hell in which it thrives and breeds pestilence for the nation is also a direct result ol the institution itself. The combined wealth of the sa- loon is greater than any other com- bination of capital on the continent. The annual income of the concern is $900,000,000—a sum of money beyond the conception of any finite «ind. The returns given the na- tion for this liberal investment are, briefly: The wages paid the 500,- *00 men employed in the manufac- ture and sale of drink, 100,000 killed outright, at least 500,000 I . abounded in body and character, ; disease, squalor, poverty, starva- tion, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

m THE SOUTHERN MEBOtTBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891. The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL ORGAN Teta Farmer State And Industrial Union. kim • raan. in «dvanos. Pnbllrtied Every Thursday by the Fanner* Kfat« Amanee PnblUhlnR Ooatpany. MILTON PARK, tonina! Man's'r. at th« poatoOoa, Dal 1ml Tazaa, aa N. R. P. A. Thr correspondence this week is very readable. If you don't go to work you should get out of the Alliance, and if you won't get out the Alliance ought to kick you out. The fanners of Texas are not "Hoggish" enough to want the naming of the railroad commission entrusted to the governor. The slogan of the Farmers Alli- ance is: Freedom for the women and children; equal opportunities for those who desire to work, and a return to true democratic princi- ples. _ Load a wagon heavily, hitch six of the best horses in Texas to it and start them up hill; then hitch one little tickey Mexican pony to the back of the wagon, and he'll stall the whole team. General Joseph E. Johnston d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MBROUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1801. Ü m Th# Shot Gun in V«v Orleans. [By Thome* Dixon, Jr., of N. Y.] The news from New Orleans is horrible. It is sad reading. It makes the soul sick. • Eleven shrinking victims shot to pieces in tha parish jail by an infuriated populace. Again we are reminded that the city is the storm center of our civ- ilization. A few years ago the streets of Cincinnati were conver- ted into battle trenches. The criminal element of that same city, to-day, are openly proclaim- ing their defiance of law and en- acting a repetition Of those scenes. A few years ago the city of Chi- cago was startled by the explosion of dynamite bombs in Haymarket Square, thrown by the organized criminals of the community. Chi- cago responded to that bomb in much the same manner as the pop- ulace of New Orleans did the mur- der of their chief of police. The only difference was, Chicago need the gallows and the forms of law to execute the indignant judgment o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

• ■>;* ' "r . THE BOUTHBBN XEBOUBY: DALLAS. , THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1801 The Enemy in Our Camp. By J. n. RANKIN. A prominent reform leader has notified all the labor organizations that Jay Gould, who in to-day the representative of all niosopoly, trusts, and combine , both in Ku- rope and America, succeeds in in- troducing hi« spies into every or- ganization in the world. If it is a secret oath-bound organization,* hi men take the oath and go in, and after getting in thoy out Herod Herod. Jay Gould employs the best talent, and when his men got in, as spies, they have talent enough to become leaders, and they invariably control with mon- ey and other means a sufficient number of the membership to dis- tract and defeat all our objects and plans. This parasite has publicly said he does not belong to either •f the old parties, but that both of them belong to him, that he uses each as his interest deinandH. It is an admitted fact that he controls every line of legislation, both state an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

THE SOUTHERN MBBOUBY: DALLAS, TBXA8, THURSDAY, MARCH 86 1881. JONATHAN AMD HIS CONTINENT, [Bv Max O'Rell. Author ol' "John Ball and HU Inland." "Joliu Bull. Jr.," Etc., Juck ■Allyn.j VII—NOTES ON GREAT CITIES. Hew York. "Houston," Philadelphia, Chl- -Aiul tho Liveliest of Them la Chi- caco. The ;.:rge cities <lo not constitute the real America. To gain a correct idea of the country, pne must k<> nnd bco those hundreds—1 had almost said thoso thou- sands—of flourishing littlo towns wlxich spring up day by day. Great cities surely have their interest, especially thoso of the United St:>tes, which, with the exception of New York, havo each their own particular charac- teristics. The city of New York loots like n slicaof honeycomb on the map; twelve great arteries run from north to south, crossed at right angles by ovpr a hundred streets, foruiuig an immense number of "blocks." Except in the city proper, where they have particular names, the streets are all numbered: First s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

m Wis 8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 86, 1881. Í m.V K- CATARRH AS CAUSE OF DISEASES. Have I Catarrh P !■ a Question Which Everyone Ought to Carefully Deoide. Health and Catarrh Incompatible. If I were asked to name the disease / which most rarely destroys life 1 would name catarrh. But were I asked to name the disease which sets up in the system oftenest diseases which do de- stroy life I would again name catarrh. Catarrh, while it remains simply ca- tarrh, very rarely destroys a life, al- though it makes life miserable; hut catarrh surely leads to a host of dis- eases, many of which are fatal to life. The following list of diseases, too well known in this country, are each and all simply catarrh affecting different or- gans of the human body: Consump- tion, bronchitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, stomatitis, rhinitis, otitis, conjunctivi- tis, gastritis, (dyspepsia), intestinitis, (chronic diarrhoea and dysentery), vag- initis, urethritis, nephritis and cystit...

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