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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

Wtm\ ■ * , ~xt~t '— • fcsAíú^aa* Head Carefully the following, Then Carry thla Paper to Your Sub-Allianoe, And then Speak out by Resolutions to Bro. Tracy at Austin. one live a This bill has been favorably re- ported by appropriate house com- mittee and will be called up doubt- less in one week's debate upon it and will probably continue for or two days. This will give Alliance members and others chance to be heard. a 111 i.i. to be entitled An net to create a more efficient road system for the several comities of this Btate,.authorizing the appointment of road superintendents, defining their duties and prescribing penalties for their failure to perform their duties, and further defining the powers and duties of the commissioners courts in the counties in which the provisions of tlris'act are adopted. IN THE HOUSE. March 12,1891.—Reported as substi- tuted and ordered printed. Section 1. Bo it enacted by the legis- lature of the state of Texas: That the commissioners court of any cou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 26 March 1891

SUPPLEMENT—Southern Mercury, Dalias, Texas, March 26,1891. tr Perdue 01 the Austin linifesU. •n of "Ad address to tha htstn, , Mid other people of Te* ": CLEMEN:—Your circular has carefully read by me and lmly and dispassionately Bring its language and im- am forced to the conclusion . is not only an essentially document, but is bitterly in its .nature. Is there ler way by which to urge the to a discharge of their duty by playing upon their preju- If I felt as you, by your Bion of the 4th instant indi- iat you feel, I would at once Uncle Sam that if he did irn Michigan out of the union, I would withdraw from the an and carry all the good Alli- men of Texas out with me I that we would seek a more lial home in Yucatan or iduras as the mormons are Icing in Mexico, that I and the phiganders although many of arc democrats, and have ite skins, and speak the same nguage, and kneel to the same can't breathe the same tional atmosphere. Why not rve notice on God Almighty that ire were circums...

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

C ■ t 'j . , í jm : 1 V i) T™-i. :' "w?v ''J Vu* ^ "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE." OfHoia.1 Journal of the Farmers State -A.llia.noe of Texas, "LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 14 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL a, 1891. WHOLE NO. 466 AUSTIN MATTERS. SENATE. March 20.—BíIIh and resolutions were introduced as follows: A joint resolution lixinj? the pay of legislators at a day for 100 days. To make valid and confirm the loca- tion, surveys and patents on lands loca- ted by virtue of confederate land certif- icates. Amending the law so as to require judges in civil causes to deliver a charge to the jury on the law of tbe cause be- fore trial is hail. House bill validating sales of land made by the laud board was passed af- ter being amended. The independent school district bill was passed. Joint resólution creating an auditing «ommitteee to pass on quarantine claims was passed. Bill amending the seaparate coach law 60 as to suspend operation on street and suburban railway...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

DIBBOTOKV. national fakmkhk alliance and i*i>u thiil UNION, Jj. L. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vlcc Provident, Kama*. J. II. Turner, Secretary,-Treasurer, Georgia. J. F. WllloU. Lecturer, Kansas. C. W. Macune, Chairman, Executive Hoard. } } Judiciary Dep't Legislative Com. A. Wardal., J. F. Tillman. It. C, Fatty, Chairman, Iioac McCracken, A. K. Cole, h. L. Polk, A. E. Cole, V. 8. Hall, The Secretary, and Chairman of Executive Board aro locuted at 230 North Capitol street, Washington, d. C. ... . The I'roslclcut'H ofUco Is 344 D. street, Wash- ington, JL>. C. _ _ RTATK OFFICERS. President,Kvnn Jone , Dublin, Texan. Vife-Prcsidcnt, T. J. Anderson, Pari*, Texas. Beeretary, S. O. Daws, Bpringtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco, Tex. " K. A. High. Blooming (Jiove Tex B. C. Graniiery, Austin, Texas. O. L. Clark, Ch'n, Stephensville, V. 3. Jackson, Corn Hill. V. J. Waldkut, Staple's Btore, Execntlvo Com. Judiciar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

DALLAS, THURSDAY, 9, 1881. líe' ir.... ■ I The Sugar Bounty. <' Editor Mercury:—It i* stated In the public prints that the legis- lature lias passed a hill demanding from the general government the bounty of 2 cents per pound offered on sugar raised in the l_ nited States, this offer being part of the notorious McKinlev bill. Texas is asking to bo paid for the sugar raised on convict farms. I for one ■can scarcely believe it possible that the Farmers Alliance members should have so far forgotten the principles of the Alliance as to have voted for this bill. We say, "special privileges to none." Cer- tainly offering a bounty to sugar raisers is class legislation. M e, as Alliance men, are strongly op- posed to all such legislation. We have no right to touch or tamper with the unclean thing; ours is a battle for principles which we be- lieve to be right. No puling cry of policy should be allowed to •sway us. This bounty of 2 cents a pound is stolen from the farmers and paid to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

• Southern Mercury OFFICIAL ORQAN Titiras Farmer State And Induttrial Union. ONI DOLLAR A VIAN. IN AOVAMOS* K m Publtihsd Every Thursday by the Farmer Bute Alliance Publishing Company. MILTON PARK, General Man'g'r. Entered at the poitofflce, Dallan, Texai, a •ocond-elaM mall matter. N. R. P. A. Why don't Senator Reagan re ply to old Rutabaga Johnson's indictment? Hon. J. H. Reagan is in Austin fixing his fences for '92. If uny of the kid democracy think they will side-track him, they arc going to have war to the knife. The houac, by a handsome ma- jority, snowed under Terrell's bill appropriating half of the public domain to the State university. And yet tho sun shines, and cat- fishes are catfishes. Most of the people in Texas thought that they were electing a democratic governor, but when ho began dictating to the legislature they found out that Hogg had in- augurated a personal government upon the ruins of democracy. Alliances are being organized in Canada and the fact is signifi...

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

(Í'ií E& í.f;' t rtof Joint Committee on Com- mission Blll> Committee Room, \ Austin, March 27, 1S91. J Hon. Geo. C. l'emlletoi), president of the *cnaU>. end Hou. U. T. Miiuor, speaker of tho house of reproaeutatlve : Siits-—Your free conference committee _ to whom wan referred the difficulty ex- isting between the Houses on House Substitute bills Nos. 1, 3, and 08, bein^ "An act to establish a railroad commis- sion for the «ate of Texas, whereby discrimination and extortion in railroad charges may be prevented, and reason- able freight and passenger tariffs may be established; to prescribe and au- thorize the making of rules and regula- tions to govern the commission and the railroads; and afford railroad com- panies and other parties adequate rem- edies, to prescribe penalties for the vio- lation of this act, and to provide means and rules for its enforcement. Have had the same under careful consideration, and respectfully recom- mend the iollowiug: The senate recede fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

• -* •• • ' • -V . - • . : . 'vJ V! . , , v PtRW® clare what shall be money, or reg ulate its value. Whatever power there is over the currency is vested in congress. If flic power to de- clare what is money is not in con- gress, it is annihilated."—12 Wal- lace, 545. In addition to this power over the currcncy the constitution de- fines many other powers granted to congress. Now, to what end were those powers given to congress, if not to "promote the general wel- fare" of the people, as oxpressly stated in the constitution: Con- gress is given control over com- merce with foreign nations. Why don't some one say that ships shall only ho chartered to wealthy cor- porations, and that their keels shall be plated from stem to stern with gold and silver? Congress is given control over the standard of weights and measures; why don't someone suggest that these shall consist of gold and silver, or if made of paper >e issued through the medium of corporations with government >onds as se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

JOUTHAX AID HIS COITWfflT. t ——— fllu O'Rell, Author of "John Bull and 111 Island," "Jtohu Bull, Jr.." Etc., and Jack Allyn.j I Ui VIII—AMERICAN HOUSES. JTWalttire. Luxury. Ciaba —The CblquI- toua Spittoon—A Hull's Ej# Shot. American houses are furnished very luxuriously, and for the most part with exquisite taste. Here you see the in- fluence of woman in the smallest details of Ufa Decorations and furniture, in New York especially, are dark, substantial ^nd artistic. On ail sides there is pleas- ure for the eye. The floors are covered with rich carpets, and the ceilings are decorated in harmony with the rest of the room. The reception rooms are on the ground floor. The suite is composed of three or four rooms (sometimes more), divided One from another by portieres. Each room is in a different style. One con- tains dark furniture and hangings, oil pointings, costly art treasures, majestic tropical plants; another, in Oriental Btyle, invites the visitor to cozy chats among its divans...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 2 April 1891

THE SOUTHERN MEBOUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1881. 1 K%v !' P'v' A CASE OF CHROMIC CATARRH In the Third Stage Cured—Ten Year a Viotim of Catarrh, and Permanently Cured. A Treatment That Need Not Fall Reach of All. In If cuhch like tho following eau l>e cured, certainly there in hope for all. Thin patient had been growing worse in Hpite of all treatment for ten yearn, ami had rearhed that terrible condition known ax tho third uta^o of catarrh (atrophic catarrh). The ofli'imive breath, and dry ncahn forming in the nose, cracking in the earn, describe a condition which in considered by uiont physicians as hopeless. Tho case is given in the words of the patient: Custom, Mich., March 21, 1801. The l'eruua Medicine Co., Columbus, ').—Gentlemen: I had been troubled ten yearb with chronic catarrh, gradu- ally growing worse frem year to year. I tried all the treatments and remedies I heard of, without any relief. My symptoms were dry sea lis forming in the nose, dropping from t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

üí,á- 'ORQANIZK. ■ DUO ATEANDOO-OI omoiELl Journal, of th.® Farmsn Blata AUlanoa or T«x a. 'UBBRTY. JUSTIOB AND BQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 16 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9,1891. WHOLE NO. 467 THE COMMISSION LAW FULL TEXT OF THE NEW MEASURE TO REGULATE RAILROADS. Three Commissioners to Be Appointed by tbe Governor, with Power to Fix Rateo and Adjust Differences, at Salaries of $4,000 Per Annum. t Following is the fall text of the Rail- way Commission bill as it passed the leg- islature and will go to the governor for his signature: {, H. 8. 8. H. B. Nos. 1. 8, 58. A biU to be entitled an act to establish a rail- road commission for the state of Texas, whereby discrimination and extortion SB v ¡P-. " II | >■; > ll and authorize the making of rules and regulations to govern the commission and, the railroads and afford.rail way companies and other parties adequate remedies; to prescribe penalties for the violation of this act, and to provide means and rules for its enforcement. Sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

JS; Jm. \ El j/y i M ft i Ki m THE COIIISSIOH LAV. (Continued fiom p fO 1.) üpeciul ritiS , rebate, drawback or otlier device, shall charge, demand, collect or receive from any person, firm or color- ation a ffmiter or less compensation for any service rendered or to be rendered by it tlmn charge , demanda, collects or receives from any other person, firm or corporation fordoing a like and contem- poraneous service, such railroad shall be deemed guilty of unjnst discrimina- tion, which is hereby prohibited. (a) It shall also be an unjust dis- crimination for any such railroad to make or give any undue or unreason- able preference or advantage to any par- ticular person, company, firm, corpora- tion or locality, or to subject any par- ticular description of trafile to any un- due or unreasonable prejudice, delay, or disadvantage in any respect whatever. ' (b) Every railroad company which shall fail or refuse under such regula- tions as may be prescribed by law or by the commission to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

C / v> P' JONATHAN AND HIS CONTINENT. [By Ma* O'Rell, Author of "John Bull and^HU Island," "John Bull. Jr.." Etc.. and Jack Allyn.] X—BILLIONAIRES. A Uat of Fortune —A Democracy Haled by Miuiy Kiogi. I am afraid it will make my readers' Hps water, but here is a List of some American fortunes, os I have heard them stated. 1 have no doubt some of thom are inaccurately reported: Revenue at Name. Capital. 0 per cent J.Oould $275,000,0 $13,780,000 J. \V. Maekey 800,500.000 10,503,OCO C. Vanderbilt 133,000,000 0,¿53,000 Q. P. Junes. 100,000,000 6,003,000 J, J. Astor 00,000,0 4,500,000 JL T. titevvnrt 40,000,000 8,030.000 J.O.Bennett..... 80.000,030 1,000,003 These are the princes of the Land of the Dollar. The largest English fortunes fall short of these figures. In France, with their fortunes trans- lated into francs, Messrs. J. Gould anil J. W. Maekey would be billionaires: and I beg to suggest to tlio editors of French dictionaries the addition of tho word: "Billionaire—A person pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

I * ' mm m The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL ORGAN Tetee Fumen State And Induetrial Union. nob. FttblUliad Every Thursday by the Farmer* Mate Alliance Pobllablng Company. HILTON PARK, General Man gr. Unte rod at the pottofflea, Dallaa, Tesai, ■Mond-claaa mail matter. N. R. P. A. The tax collector of McLennan county advertises 422 tracts of land for non-payment of taxes. This locks like good times with a ven- geance. The Black Jack Star says edito- rially: "All who are informed know that Gov. Hogg declared in favor of an appointive commission when he first declared himself for governor." Will the Black Jack Star confer upon The Mercury and the peo- ple of Texas the very great favor to point out the place in Gov.Hogg's speech delivered at Rusk wherein he \jsed any language that could lead the people to believe that he desired an appointive railroad commission. The democrats, north and south, have been loud in their denuncia- tions of Speaker Reed of the 51st congress, and The Mercury thin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

B " M ■ I m. \>Mim l:' (ffilij i V / a I 4, jis 5 |R !?■' THB toxnswtx inaOPKTi PALLA . TBXAI, XHPMPAT, ATRIL , 1881 . BETTS & BETTS, (¡4b Opon Latter to the Signers of the Austin Manifesto. Reform as a verb expresses no- ble and generous actions; as a noun a mighty and glorious work. The word has been as a bugle call or a revielle. Wilberforce, Clark- son, and Fork well Burton heard it, and the emancipation of slavery in the British Dominions was the response. Garrison, Phillips, and Theodore Parkfer heard it and with mertal or immortal eyes now see the triumph of freedom. I am fully aware of the unpopularity with Bome people of the task I have undertaken, but though I ex- pect ridicule and censure, I cannot fear them. A few years hence the opinions of the -world will be a matter in which I have not even the most transient interest, and should this be the means of advanc- ing even one single hour the inevi- table progress of the truths uttered and indorsed at Ocala, I would ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

:-Jr: : .V>:" Wf . —I r.y", n ;Y: APB.IL 9,1891. KL S. ' -r Leglslatlve Com. D^RIOTORV NATIONAL FAHIIEBS ALLIANCE AND INDUSTRIAL union. I.. L. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vico President, Kansas. i. H. Turner, 6ccrctnry,-Troasuror, Ueorgla. J. F. Wlllct*, Lecturer, Kansas. C. W. Macune, Chairman, ) A. Wardull, > Executive Board. J. F. Tillman, . ) B. C. I'atty, Chairman, ") _ .. Isaac Mccruckvn, V Judiciary Dop t A. E. ('ole, ) V. L. Polk, A. E. Cole, V. B. Hall, Tbo Secretary, and Cbalrraan of Executive Board aro located at 230 North Capitol «truet, Washington, í). C. The President's office USM D. street, Wash- liigtou, p. C. STATE OFF1CIRS. preclilciit.r.vnn Jones, Dublin, Tors*. Vlfc-l'rcKldeiit, T. J. Anderson, Paris, Texas. BecrctJÍPy, 6. O. Daws, Bpriugtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco, Tex., K. A. Hlk'li. Blooming Grove Tex. B. C. Granbery, Austin, Texus. O.h. Clahk, Ch'n, Stepbonsvllle,) C. J. Jack...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

'4 ( WJ: I j [ ■ 1 1ST'.*. r I * Tom Bmlth Defines bit Position. Editor Mercury:—If you deem Jr'iis hurrygraph worthy its space in your paper you may insert it. If not, will you let me ask the re- turn of the manuscript. It seems to be in order for every one in these latter days to explain his po- sition on the' questions now before the public as well as to aver his fealty to the Alliance. Readers of The Mercury doubt- less will remember that years ago, when but few Alliance men had the boldness to do so, I urged the study of politics, partisan and oth- erwise, by the order, holding it to be self-evident that the greatest evils affecting our people are pro- duced by class legislation, and this last was successfully accomplished by appeals to prejudice instead of reason. A few years ago I had the favor to be at the head of the lecturer's bureau of the F. £. A., with twelve good, earnest workers (and this is the time when The Mercury reached her highest circulation), and my instructio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 9 April 1891

fe"1 — tíriets From Dr. Hartmu's Funons Lecture on That Subject. History of Four Epidemiol—1847, 1860, 1870 and 1890. La Grippe. Epidemic Influenza, Acute Malignant Catarrh—Differ- ent NamUa for On* Disease. Reported for th4 Public Preee. I have been acquainted with La Grippe, also called Epidemic Influenza and acute Malignant Catarrh, many yearn. The first time I ever had any personal knowledge of this disease was in 1847, while yet a hoy studying medi- cine. My study of it at that time was so thorough and careful that thirteen years afterward (1800), when a terrible epidemic of it swept over the country, 1 at once recognized it, and was able to successfully cope with it. It was ten years before it made its appearance again—the famous epidemic of 1800. It was at this time it was first called "Kus- aiau Influenza," because of the fact that it originated in Russia and spread rapidly over the Asiatic and European «ountries bofore it was noticed in this •country. Twenty years had elaps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 April 1891

VVríflí, mUmáSBSSM "ONANIZI, BDUCAT■ AND OO-OMWTI." OfAolail Journal of th« Farmara 8ta>t« A.llla.xio* of Taxaa. "LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 16 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10,1S9L WHOLE NO. 408 V: 1 ADJOURNMENT. On Monday April 13 the 22d legisla- ture died very quietly. Nothing of special importance was doneduiing the day. Juat before adjournment the members in a very quiet way gathered up their books and papers without , demonstration bade each other good- -bye. ______ Legislative Notes. Austin-, Tex., April 7.—Riddles amendment to the appropriation bill reducing the fee of students at the State Univerity from $100 to $10. Was de- fended by Sellman and-O'Brien and op- posed by Perry and Gres ham. Judge A. W. Terrell «¡poke at some length, and defending his position on education said he would give an ele- meutarj' training to all, and would have academies for the higher education of those able to take it, amd a university for the ¡graduates of the academies. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 16 April 1891

MERCURY: DALLAS, THURBPAY, APRIL 16,1801. DIBBOTORV. KATIONAL FARMEIll ALLIAKCX AND INDUSTMAL UNION. L. L. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vlcc President. Kansas, J. H. Turner, Secretary,-Treasurer, Georgia. J, F. Wlllcts, Lecturer, Kansas, C. W. Macune, Chairman, Exccutlvo Board. -Judiciary Dop't Legislativo Com. A. Warilal), J. V. Tillman. II. ft ratiy, Chairman, liaac MKrocken, A. E. Cole, L. L. Polk, ) A. K. Cole, r V. 8. Hull, ) The Secretary, and Chairman of Exccutlvo Board are loeated ut 0) North Capitol street, ^TÍic' Pri'Mdcut's ofllco It 3H D. street, Wash- ington, D. <J. state officer*. ,, President,Evan Jones, Dublin, Texas. Vlfc-l'rcsldent, T. J- Anderson, Parí , Texas. Secretary, 8. 0. Daw . flprlugtown, Toxas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, Went Mountain, Texas, T. J. Crawford, Cb'rrn. CUco, Tex. " B. A. High. Hloomlnii Orove Tex, e. C. Gtanbcry, Austin, Texas. «. L. (ji.auk. Ch'n. StephciiMVllle, | • C. J. Jackson, Com Hill, r Judiciary K. J. Wai.pbup, Sta...

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