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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 April 1891

THE SOUTHERN MEBCUBY: Di TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 80, 1881. li II i > |í¡ •am ÍKATHA8 AHD HIS COHTIÍEHT. r Max O'Rcll. Author of "John Hull «nd HI Inland." "John Hull. Jr.." Etc.. and Jack Allyn.J 'XIX JOURNALISM. Interprlse niul Startling Headlines-Sun- day l'apent—Comix I'upera—Society Pu- yara—Couutry I'uimt*. By his discovery of América Christo- pher Columbus him furnished tlio old world with un inexhaustible source of amusing novelties. Hut it is to Amer- ican journalism that the jmlm must be awarded. The llrst thin that attracts your at- tention is the titles of the articles. It re- quires a special «enills for tlio work tobo abl- to hit ujion such eye ticklers. The death of Mrs. (iarlleld. mother of the late president, was announced with the heading: "Death of Grandma Gar- field." Tha marriage of M. Maurice Bernhardt: ''Sarah's Hoy leads his Bride to the Altar." The execution of a criminal was an- nounced by a Chicago paper under the heading: "Jerked to Jesus." The reports o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 30 April 1891

BLOOD DISORDERS. And Kindred Diseases of • Spring Discussed. SYNOPSIS OF A MEDICAL LECTURE BY DR. S. B. HARTMAN OF COLUMBUS, 0. Spring Medicine*. The sudden break from the frigid cold of winter to the depressing beat of sum- mer which has been experienced in the last few days, especially in the North- ern States, has brought more than the usual amount of sickness. The diges- tive organs during cold weather are taxed to furnish sufficient force to main- tain the heat of the body against ex- cessive cold, but on the return of warm weather a great deal less food is needed by the system, which thickens the blood with the superfluous products of diges- tion. If the change from cold to heat be sudden, as in the present season, the effect on the health of the people is more intense and dangerous. The blood jsoon becomes overloaded with the heavy poisonous matter, which must be thrown off by the kidneys and skin, else serious blood poisoning will surely follow. The first efl'ect on the syst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

fflnl mm ■ "OHQANIZ*. «DUCAT* AND OO-OMBATM." Offloial Journal of tFax*m*ra BtmXm AUiatxio or Taxaa. "UBBRTY. «IUSTIOI AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 19 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAT 7,1891. WHOLE NO. 471 IS* IHBUBAKCE. | i'aper on Insurance read by Alonao Wardall, of Huron, Sooth Dakota, at the State Alli- ance meeting In Waco, Texas, April 23rd, 1891.] Insurance is a contract of indemnity whereby one party, in consideration of a specified payment, called a premium, guarantees another against risk of loss. The {first principles of insurance were understood and acted upon early in this history of the race. Livy men- tions it as in vogue during the second Funic war, and Emperor Claudius agreed to run the risk of loss if the merchants would engage in a more ex- tensive importation of corn into the realm. There are also extant rules and regulations of many guilds f the early Anglo Saxons whereby in return for certain contributions the members en- gaged to guarantee each other against loss f...

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

I," ▲ Bllok Triok. The American Book company insults the intelligence of Miseippi- ans in sending a circular containing an alleged reduced price list of books to the members of the Far mere Alliance. I say insults, be- cause this circular plainly evidences that the book trust believes that the majority of the farmers are un able to make a proper comparison between the prices issued years ago (by the then various competing houses which now compose the combination) and that price list furnished in tee circular of August 1, 189 . . Perhaps the American Book Co. depends upon the fact that all, or almost all, of the old price sheets have been destroyed, not having been specially attractive reading matter to the average farmer; but many Alliance men are teachers, and, having preserved some of these old documents, a comparison of the old with the "reduced" prices of the new list convinces the Alliance teacher* that there is a strange sort of sameness between the two. In fact, the figures a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCÜBY? PALLAS, TEXAS, THXTR8DAY, MTA 7, 1891. I ' I JONATHAN AMD HIS CONTINENT. ray Max O'Rell, Author of "John Bull and HI* Island," "John Bull, Jr.." Etc.. and Jack Allyn.] XX—REPORTING. flw Art a* I'ractliml In Aniorioa Amase* tba Versatile Kreucbuiuu. "Journalism lian killed literature and Reporting is killing journalism." So ex- claims SI Albert Millaud. In America reporting has simply over- run, swallowed up journalism. For the interviewer nothing Is sacred. Do not believe you have got over the difficulty by having him told that you are not at home. He will return to the charge ten, twenty times; he will stand sentinel at your door, sleep on the mat outride your hotel bcdrooui, so as to pounce upon you as soon as you show your face in the^nornitig. Should you succeed in escaping tlie hunter, rather than return to the newspaper office • empty handed he will find your wife and ask her if you snore, whether you are an early riser, whether you are the more amiable a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

mm i THE aOUTKBBM KBBOUBT: DALLAS, THXA8, THOTMBAY, MAT 7, 1W1. «= The Southern Mercury OFFICIAL. ORGAN Uta* Farmer Stat* Mad Muatriat Ifimm . OMW OOiLII a no a. PnbUahad Erery TliurwUy by tha riram State A Illanco PubUdtinc Coaipaur. MILTON PARK, General Man'g'r. Entered at the pot to Oca, Dallas aacoad-claa* mall matter. Tacaa, aa N. R. P. A. Notice to County Alliances. All County Alliances desir- ing any of the Alliance lecturers to be at their July meetings, will please notify this office át once, giv- ing date and place of meeting, with full instructions where to get off the train. The only cost to the Alliance will be the lecturer's actual expenses from place of his last appoint- ment. Write up promptly so we can arrange routes. AN OFFER. Alliance men who have no money and desire The Mercuhy, can He- care terms by writing to this office. Tjiic commercial coagrosB that recently convened at Kansas City, waB invaded by Wall street min- ions, north and south. A row was the result,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

THE «OUTHBB* XXBOUBY: DAZiLAB, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAT 7, 1891. § t. m i I i: í ? W, Straight Tiokot Demanded. "It has been suggested that a iper policy for the democrats to pursue, in choosing their next na- tional ticket, would be to give the second place to some prominent Alliance man of the West. If gome able democrat of the West chances to be a member of the Farmers Alliance, that fact of itself, should work no bar to his nomination for the vice-presidency, but there must be no half-breeds on the national democratic ticket. The party does not propose to fuse with any other organization. The thing for the democracy to do in the next campaign will be to nominate two straighteut demo- crats, two men who adhere to the cardinal principles of the party, who stand with and by the party all along the line, and win with them on a strictly democratic plat- form. jip! Whatever support the demo- ¿I- cratie party can draw from either the Alliance on the one hand or flh* mugwumps on the other w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

Executive Board. Judiciary Dep't DIRBOTOBV. NATIONAL FAIIMKKH ALI.IASCK AND INDUSTRIAL UNION. ■ Jj. L. Polk, President, North Carolina. B. H. Clovtr, Vice rronldent, Kansas. J. H. Turuer, (Secretary, -Troasuror, Georgia. J. F. Wllleta, Lecturer, Kaunas. O. W. Macune, Cliulruiuu, A. Wardall, J. ¥. T11ÜH B, , R. C. Patty, Chairman, Isaac MWrackiu, A. K. Cole, L. L. Polk,, ) A. K. Cole, r Legislative Com. U. S. Hall, J The Secretary, and Chairman of Executive Board are located at 23 North Capitol «truel, Washington. D. C. The PreMdsqtf it office ia 3M D. street, lnglou, I), i'. '' state omcm President,£van Jone«, Dublin, Texas. Vlfc-Presldent, T. J. Anderson, Paris, Texas. Secretary, S. 0. Paws, Bpringtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco/rex.,) H. A. High. Mourning Orovo Tex, S- g. C. Oranbery, Austin, Texas. J O. L. Clark. Ch'n, stephensvllle, C. J. Jackson, Corn 11111, F. J. WÁLDBÜP, Staple's Store, Wash 1 ■ Executive Com. Judiciary ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

£ ; A FINANCIAL HIWOBY. urie and Ifftot of LegiilAtion Since 1861. [By N. A. Dunning.] NO. V. r A. J December 4, 1802, Secretary Chase submitted his annual report to congress. He estimated the ex- penditures for the fiscal year of 1864 at $845,413,183, and the re- ceipts at $223,000,000. The dif- ference between these two amounts added to the remainder of the fis- cal year of 1863 made a total of $899,300,701 to be provided for. What is called the fiscal year is the time when the government makes its yearly balances, which is the 30th day of June, each year. In this way the government fiscal accounts run in into twe calendar years, from July 1st of one year to June 30th of the next. The'secre- tary. recommended as the only course to pursue, that more bonds be issued and more money be loaned. He recommended the or- ganization of banking associations, as he termed it, for the improve- ment of the public credit, and to supply the people with a safe, uni- form currency. Here is found th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 7 May 1891

•• ■ ■<'. v - . A* it ,fraja? m [ii '< itMí'■*K■• H*i-ii J&'í í i « . . ^ , l « . J&liÉ i . In its issue of April 28th takrs ihoBO who issued tho '-Austin mun- ii'esto" under its protecting wings and very patronizingly reads the members of the Farmers Alliance who lately met in conference in Waco a mild paternal lecture. We ore used to this kind of thing. In fact, Alliance men enjoy it, and the Gazette fills the hill when it comes to how to SEASONABLE ADVICE. How to Select a Spring Medicine. A Short Extraot From a Lecture by Dr. 8. B. Hartman. A Pamphlet on Spring Diseases sent Free. nla, la the fiftth year of his age, submit tho following: Whereas, the cruel hand of death Ijak removed from the ranks of our Alliance our friend and brother, .laim*s King, and Wherean, the familiar voice, kind words and wine counsels of "1'nele Jimmie" will no more be beard in our Alliance nor in our homes. Therefore Resolved, 1st, That we recognize the hand of an all wipe Trovidence, who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

IMNUIUCNIUU UNI ifioinmiwiimiMni '*e .H y ^Fftl/Vl l¡ !iH\A\ I ll -^K^Jl 1^ I 11^1. I: \|J XIBKRTY. JUSTICE AND IQUALITY. 'ORGANIZE. KPUOATK AND OO-OWBAT . VOL. X, NO. SO Offloia.1 Journgg oi ^tV3 garmers Bta-to Alllanoo of T aca.a DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, UAY 14JL801- WHOLE NO. 473 ADDRESS or THE 80H. E. T. STACKHOUSE, w Congressman-Elect from South Carolina, De- livered at the Recent Waco Alliance Conference. Gentlemen:— I was glad to be invited to comae to Texas—the Kmpire State of the Union —the birth place and the cradle of the Alliance, to discuss with you, the rep- resentatives of its progressive people, the relation of our noble order to poli- tics or the best methods to be employed to secure Alliance demands. I «hall not tresspass on your time by any attempt to discuss either tfa« neces- sity or righteousness of these demands. The demunds of the Farmers Alliance -and Industrial Union were foraralated at St. Louis and were re-asserted at Ocala. They have been passed upon by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

2 THE SOÚx-njany MEHOTTHY: DALLAS, TBXAfl, THTO8DAY, MAY 14, 1881. Ü OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. ■ATI0MA1. FAüMr.BS AIXIASC* AND INBUiTRIAL UNION. 1. 1j. Polk, ri< xldcnt, North Carolina. «. H. Clover. Vico l'renldent, Kansas. J. 11. Turner. Secretary,-Treasurer, Ueoigia. J. y. Wlllets. Lecturer, Kansas 4!. W. Macutie, Clialrmun, ) A. Wardall. C Executive Board J. F. Tillman. ) B.C. Patty, Chairman Isaac MeCrackeu. A. K. Cole, L. L. I'olk, A. E. Cole, I). 8. Hall, J The Bee re lory, and Chalnnnn of Kxccutlve Boar<l are lonited i 23# North Cupltol street, ^Thc'^roiUluut'ii ofllcc is 3M D. street, Wash tngtoii, i). C. _ UTATK OrPlCKRA president,Kran Jonoi, Dublin, Texas. Vtfc-l'residont, T. J. Anderson, l'arls, Texas Secretary, 8. 0. Daws, Springtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texas. T. J. Crawford, Ch'rm. Cisco, Tex." K. A. High. Blooming <¡rovu Tex, í. C. O ran be ry, Austin, Texa*. «. L. Clabk. Ch'n, Stuphonsvlllc, 1 (!. 3. J a< K#«N, Com HUI. f Judiciary Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

I A FINANCIAL HISTORY- Course and Effect of Legislation Since 1861. [Bjr N. A. Duniilup.] no. vr. The authority for the íhsuc of "compound interest notes ' was based upon the second section oí the act of March í i, 1863, which has been already quoted as author- ity for the issue of "one and two year notes of 1863." The amount issued under this act was $17,993,- 760. The act of June 30, 1864, authorized the issue of 8*200,000,000 in treasury notes of any denomina- tion not less than $10, payable at any time not exceeding three years from date and bearing interest not exceeding 7 3-10 per cent, payable in lawful money at maturity, or at the discretion of the secretary of the treasury, semi-annually, these notes to be disposed of on the best terms that could be obtained for lawful money; and such of them as' shonld be made payable, principal and interest, at maturity, to be a legal tender to the same extent as United States notes of the face val- ue, excluding interest. The amount issu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

TttB SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1891. The Southern Mercury official organ Texas Farmers State And Industrial Union. ONI DOlL«* « VB*«, IN ADVANOI. Publi«ht<l Every Thumday by tho Fannen State Alliance PubllibinR Company. MILTON PARK, General Man'g'r. Entered tit the poitofflce, •ccond-cloM tnull matter. Dallas, Texas, a« N. R. P. A. Notice to County Alliances. All County Alliances desir- ing any of the Alliance lecturers to be at their July meetings, will please notify this office at once, giv- ing date and place of meeting, with full instructions where to get off the train. The only cost to the Alliance will be the lecturer's actual expenses from place of his last appoint- ment. Write up promptly so we can arrange routes. ANOFFB . Alliance men who have no money and tier i re The Mercury, can se- cure terms by writing to this oflicc. have been the most successful leaders. The greatest bane to reforms in all ages has been those in its ranks who persisted in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1881. I "V W- \ J i$ Wtch them: don't be CAUGHT. Wo have just received a circular letter from the Reform(?) Press Association of New York, which proposes to furnish matter, both plate and print, concerning the re- form movement, to the country weeklies throughout the Union. H. R. Chamberlain, managing editor of the New York Sun, the bitterest enemy the Alliance has in the Union, is the president of this abortion known as the Reform Press Association. His utterances •on the reform movement have •gained for him notoriety second •only to Ananias and Judas. D. J. ICelley, the business manager of the concern, is a peripatetic news- paper advertising agent of a savory reputation, and has about as much Interest in the labor movement of the day as the devil does in a cor- ner lot in paradise. It remains to be seen whether •the farmers of this country and •country newspaper men are so silly :and senseless as to foster and favor :a concer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

THE SOUTHERN MBBCUBY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1881. Inter-State Alliance Lesion. NO. ii. (National Itaformcr.] Question. Our former lesson treated principally of money and the eíTect which a contraction of its volume had upon labor and the products of labor. What in money? Answer. Money in a medium of exchange. Q. Why is money regarded by «orne as a measure of value? A. Because of the idea with Home that money of itself must possess intrinsic or commercial value. Q. What class of people lay the most stress upon the idea that the material of which money is made shauld possess as much commer- cial value as is legally stamped upon its face? A. All those persons who ad- vocate the single gold standard. Q. What would be the effect of adopting a single or gold standard alone as a medium of exchange and for the payment of debts? A. It would produce a greater contraction of the circulating me- dium and render it more diflicult for the people to pay their debts. Bonds and other evid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

THE S0T7THBBX MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1891. ITHAK MID HIS CONTINENT. t O'Kell, Author -jf "John Bull and HI. —¡¡i •• -John Bull. Jr.." Etc.. "<! ll n-5 _ XXIII—RELIGION. exclaims! tin* rocipiont or tiio telegram, uh si huí ¡is he hail tyail it. The reverend gentleman nevertheless took part in the evening's «lelmte, ami when lie ie|ieatetl his repartee to tilt- audience. was greeted with lieurty laughter ami applause. sect* Flourish—The K t«rlata hii«1 tli<i Fililí Curo The Americans are Christians—that is say. tliev attend church on Sundays, ke other Christians. they attend to .Jnewi on weels days. Every good preacher draws a full con- gregation. no matter to which sect lie belong**. J*ut a bml preacher into the pulpit in America, and lie will soon empty thi church; replace him by a gifted oral , and soon there will lie "standing room" o*iC'/. ifgk-'i t- r-tion. it is a profession; no talent, no success. An American will no and listen to the minis- ter or a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 14 May 1891

BOUT] DALLAS, TEXAS, THT7B8DAY, MAY 14, 1891. I ÍI/.Í Address of Hon. E. T. Stackboase. Continued from page 1. balf of the business interent« oi' tli^ country againnt the passage of the bill providing for the free coinage of silver. ' There is nothing jiartisau about that committee of six, or the body that semis them; they are as non-partisan in financial matters as Alliance. They may as a matter of sentiment or policy divide on the tariirquestion; they may contribute boodle to debauch the elec- tion of either political party in the in- terest of the continuance of the reign of plutocratic supremacy, but they may be relied upon tí stand together in support of moneyed monopoly—they never divide on the contest between tbe classes and tae masses. The founders of our noble order saw the importance of the financial ques- tion; that in importance it overshad- owed all other political questions, and they saw that unless the toiling masses, like the favored classes, could be brought to stan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 May 1891

-v.' r" jn)f ■ luoi.uuunn 'ORQANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE. OfY&oial Journal oí ^)n>e J armers Btaie Allianoe or Texas. "LIBERTY. JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." VOL. X, NO. 21 DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 21,1891. WHOLE NO. 473 I Who Should Vote and Make Laws For the People. fG. \V. SefTeus, in K. of L. Journal.] Originally society was a unit, and it Would most likely have remained so if civilization!?) had not produced a sur- Aplus of convertible produce. When -JKere is no surplus there is nothing to ¿peculate in; but when this condition exists and is favored with facilities for the profitable conversien of the same, luxury and extravagance spring up and attach themselves to the speculators and mark them as a distinct class. The freedom of these from routine drudgery affords them a chance to -associate.with the outside world and to bring their mental vision to bear upon more exten- sive fields of thought and human pos- sibilities. It cannot be denied that they enjoy better faciliti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury — 21 May 1891

I; Ü If dibbotoby. MTIOVU rARMEUB ALUiXCI AMD INDUSTRIAL UNION. I L. polk, president, North Carolina. B. H. Clover, Vicc President, Kama*. J. H. Turner, Hoc rotary,-Treasurer, Georgia. J. F. Wlllets, Lecturer, Kama . O. W. Jlacune, Chairman, ) _ . A. Ward# , f Executive Board. J. K. Tillman, J B. C Patty, Chairman, "> laaac McCrackcn, > Judiciary Dept. A. E. Cole, ) 5l k Cole! ]■ Legislative Com. 17. S. Hall, ) The Secretary, and Chairman of Executive Board aro located at 280 North Capitol atreet, Vuhinirloii. D. C. The Proslieut's office la 844 D. street, Wash- ington, D. C. ' STATE OFFICERS. President, Evsn Jone , Dublin, Texas. Vife-President, T. J. Anderson, Farls, Texas, (secretary, 8. O. Daws, SprliiRtown, Texas. Lecturer, J. M. Perdue, West Mountain, Texaa. T. J. Crawford, Cb'rm. Cisco, Tex.,) B. A, High. Bloomlns Urove Tex. V e. C. Granbery, Austin, Texas. ) G. L. Clark, Ch'n, BtepbenavlUe, C. J. Jackson, Corn Hill. y. J. Waldbup, Staple's Store, Executive Com. I Judic...

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