The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1891 Page: 2 of 8
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national fakmkhk alliance and i*i>u thiil
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,
J. F. Tillman.
It. C, Fatty, Chairman,
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. _ _
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,
o tho Presidents of tho County Farmers Alli-
ances of Panola, Harrison, Marion, Cass and
will give your rcspoctlve counties the fol-
, lowing time:
Panola, April 2, !l, 4, and fi.
Harrison, H, 9, 10 and 11.
Marlon, " 14, 1 , 17 and 18.
Cass, " -I- 22. and 25.
Bowie, " 28, 29 and 20.
Tho picsldouts of the County Alliances will
please arrange appointments and send notice of
same to The Mkhoukv and iny ofllee at Dublin
at once; also pulllh same In local paper.
Brethren, pleaso put forth a strong effort to
8lv« mo it good hearing at each appointment.
Ladies especially invited. I will depend On the
order for conveyance and travelling expenses.
Evan Jon km.
o. i.. claltk,
of Erath Ce„ will speak at the following named
times and places at 7 p. m.
Haney Greek April 1
Gainesville " 2
Long Mountain " 8
The public Is respectfully Invited.
John W. Bakir,
Chairman of Committee on good of the order.
J, M. PERDUK, ÍTATK I.KCTllRKIt,
will lecture the Alliance of Cherokee county, as
Union Chappel April 2
Bells Sehoolhouso April ¡1
line Springs April 4
Jacksonville April 0
Mount Hope April 7
Will depend on tho Alliance brethren for con-
veyance, and to appoint tho hour of the day.
The public Is invited.
Local press please copy.
J. M. Perdue, Hiato Lecturer, will deliver a
public lecture at
Mt Hope, Harrison Co April 10
«rill address the people of Panola couuty in
DeckvillOi (at night) .... 1st
Clayton, • " -ud
Thomai, • " • • • •
Carthage, • "••••• 4th
Pleasant Grove, " t>th
Evan Jones will address tho people of Harri-
son county as follows:
HallWllo April 8th at 10 a. ra.
Center " 9th
Hopo " 10th " (County Alliance.)
' Marshall " 11th
Evan Jones will address tho brethren of Ma-
rion county as follows:
Lasator • April 14th at 10 a.m.
Jefferson, - " Ifith "
Now Prospoct • " 1'th "
Taylor Grange AlllapOQ " 18th "
C. A. McMeanH will deliver lectures in
in Collin county, as follow :
Whites Apr. 4
K. W. Coleman will lecture in Steph-
ens county as follows:
Crystal Kails (with County Alllanco) April 2.
llruekenrtdKe, 10 a. m., " 4.
Mountain Peak, 2 p. in., " tl.
Lectures will bo public. All arc in-
Notloe to the Brethren.
To tho Members of tho Farmers Alliance of
Dkaii Brkthhkn:—There aro errors
occurring in Art. 6, Sees. 2 and ¡1, of the
new constitution, which has and is still
giving my office a vast deal of trouble.
I therefore reproduce the original
amendments, as they passed tho T. S.
A., and as adopted by the various Coun-
ty Alliances throughout tho state, of
which the following is a true copy:
Amend Art. II, Sec. 2, by striking out
the word "$1.00" and inserting "fjücts."
Also Art. «, Sec. 8, so as to read as
follows: Tho Secretary of the Farmers
Alliance shall send with his quarterly
report to the County Farmers Alliance
twenty-five ceuts for each male member
initiated during the quarter, and fifteen
«onts dues for each male member of his
Alliance reported in good standing for
tlio quarter. The Secretary of the
County Farmers Alliance shall send
with hiB semi-annual report to tho sec-
retary of the Farmers Stato Alliance
fifteen cents for each male member in-
itiated in his county, and twenty cents
dues for each male member reported in
good standing for said semi-annual term.
Secretaries desiring blank applications for
membership can get them by applying to this
Office. Price, 25 cents per 100.
will please forward at once to llro. Evan Jones,
Dublin, Erath county, tho names and addresses
or tho offloers of tho County Alliances. This is
quite Important, and should be atteudod to at
To the County Alliances of tho 1st Congressional
You are requested to clect at your April moot-
ing two delegates to meet with tho 1st Congres-
sional Alliance at Dodge, Walker county, ou tho
1st Thursday In July, 1891.
W. P. Gbf, Pros. D. A.
. . i
Alliances desiring blank delegates'
certificates can secure them by applying
to this office. Price 25 cents per 100.
To the Membei* <>f tho Farmers Alliance of
•Whereas, There exists a great neces-
sity tor vigorous work in propoguting
the educational features of this great re-
form effort during the coming season
Whereas, The time of the regular
sessions of the State Alliance must be
principally devoted to the business o'
the order, thereby making it impossible
to properly organize and instruct the
various lecturers at that time, and
Whereas, The State Alliance does not
possesB the necessary funda to employ
and pay an efficient corps of lecturers
for the purpose of prosecuting the work
in that manner, therefore this great ed-
ucational work must depend upon the
efforts of the state, district, county and
subordinate officers, and
Whereas, For Buch officers to prose-
cute this important work with vigor,
effectiveness and unity of purpose it ir
necessary that they be all called togeth-
er for the purpose of thorough instruc-
tion and discussion of the principles of
our order, tho work to be accomplished,
and the best methods of performing
such work, to tho end that each may
profit by the experience of all the oth-
ers, and the officers and lecturers of the
entire state work as a unit to accom-
plish the same object by tho Bame
methods, thereby insuring absolute
certainty of success, and
Whereas, The constitution of tho
State Alliance of Texas does not by any
expressed provision authorize its presi-
dent to call a meeting of this character
and pay the expenses of same from the
state treasury, hence it is necessary
that such meeting be self-sustaining,
Now, therefore, as president of the State
Alliance of Texas, I do hereby iBsue
this, my special request or call, that a
meeting be held in the city of Waco to
convene on the 21st day of April, 1891.
at 10 o'clock a. m., to be known as the
Alliance Annual Conference or Associa-
tion, and that Batd meeting -be com-
posed of the following brethren:
1st, Tho officers and executive and
judiciary committees of the State Alli-
ance; 2d, The lecturers of the various
District Alliances, also the presidents
of the District Alliances, if possible; 3d,
The lecturers of the County Alliances,
or such other brethren of the County
Alliance as may be chosen; 4th, All
true Alliance brethren in good standing
who are willing to put their shoulders
to the wheel and work faithfully for the
good of the order.
A special effort will be made to secure
reduced railroad rates and an active
committee will make arrangements for
board at a very low rate. I would sug-
gest that Alliances, so far as practica-
ble, pay the expenses of sending their
lecturers and any others that they may
choose, and that all brethren able to
come at their own expense do bo, as
they will be amply repaid by what they
I am not fully prepared to give a pro-
gramme in detail, but after a free con-
ference with the brethren I am author-
ized to announce the following features:
Opening address, by Evau Jones,
Pres. F. S. A.
Address, by L. F. Livingston, Pres.
F. S. A. of Georgia, followed by freo
discussion by all present during after-
noon and night session.
Address on necessity for financial re-
form and the sub-treasury plan as a
remedy, by C. W. Macune, followed by
discussion of the financial question by
all present without limit.
Address—Political action, or tho far-
mer in politics, by E. T. Stackhouse,
Pres. F. S. A. of South Carolina, fol-
lowed by free discussion.
Address—Insurance in the Alliance,
by Alonzo Wardall, member national
executive board, followed by full discus-
And remainder of the session devoted
to tho methods of lecture work and de-
ciding upon the exact plan of action
for the next six months, in which all
are expected to be heard.
Other important speakers will be se-
cured from aboad and many Interesting
and important foatures added to the
programme before the meeting assem-
All persons who will attend are re-
uested to send their names to C. M.
Vilcox, Waco, Texas, to boused by tho
committee of arrangements in securing
entertainment. This should be sent in
at the very earliest day possible.
Pres. F. 8. A. of Texas.
Texas papers pleaso copy.
An Alliance Camp Meeting.
Collin County Farmers Alliance will
hold u camp meeting commencing on
July 14, at Whites (irove, four miles
northwest of McKinuey. This will be
quite a notable meeting, as President
Jones, Ceo. S. Clark, Stump Ashby
Linn Tanner and J. 1. Moody nro on the
programme. Senator Poller of Kansas
has consented to deliver an address
and President Polk has been invited
Please change date of meeting of
Bowie County Alliance from April 10th
to April 28th, and oblige,
R. II. Watlinuton, Sec.
Jackson County Alliance will meet
at Knon Church, April 0th 1SW1 v at 11
o'clock u. m. Jno. C. Cranford, Sec.
Medina County Farmers Alliance
meets with Francisco Alliance at Dun-
can School-house near Devine, on April
lUth 181)1, 2 o'clock p. m. «
Herman E. Haass, Sec'y
Jacksboro Alliance is one of the most
flourishing Subs, in the state. Some-
thing more than llfty active members,
nnd accessions frequently. Tiie Mercu-
ry circulates largely in Jack county.
DeWitt County Alliance will meet
with Tangira Alliance, at Terryvillo,
April 14tb, 181)1. A full representation
¡s especially desired at this meeting, as
delegates to the Waco meeting will be
The Kastland County Alliance will
meet in regular session with Freedonia
Alliance Omites south-east of Eastland
Friday, April 17th, at 10 o'clock p. i
1 am glad to report the Alliance in this
county increasing daily.
T. K. Mkndaris, Sec'y K. C. A.
The Vanzandt County Farmers Alii*
anco No. 488, will meet at Myrtle
Springs on Thursday befoie the third
Sunday in April, same being the 1 fit I
day. Each sub-Alliance is entitled t<
one delegate for every ten members or
majority fraction thereof.
K. E. II if¡ii,
Sec'y Vanzandt Co. Alliance.
The Alliances in Hill county are
stronger than ever before. We pro-
pose to contend for our state and nat-
ional demands, and have selected dele-
gates to the Waco meeting to voice our
wishes. The more The Mercury is per
secuted and misrepresented by outsiders
the'greaterwill' be our" efforts" to sus-
tain it. £: I. M. II. Evans.
The Alliances comprising tho )>th
congressional district are requested to
send representatives to the District Al.
liunce which meets with Bazette Alli-
ance, Navarro county, on August :trd.
Bros. Pertlue, Tracy, and others are to
he with us.
We have certainly heard the howling
of the pack of legislative wolves at Aus-
tin. (ilad the legislature advanced the
wolf scalp bounty, as the Alliance will
have some to dispose of after the meet-
ing of the County Alliances. In fact
Hainan will hang on Hainan's scaffold,
as far as old Williamson county is con-
cerned. There is a rustle among the
Alliances in our county. Come down
to our April festival on the 14th; we are
going to have lots of fun and plenty of
cakes and pies. May God bless og^no-
blo order and sustain The Mercury.
R. L. Rogers.
County Lecturer Williamson Co.
Stonewall County Alliance, at a called
session passed the following preamble
AVhereas, Will L. Sargeant is not a
member of the Alliance as he claims to
bo in a circular sent to the brotherhood
ami world at large from Austin, and
Whereas, ho was not a member when
ho figured in the State Alliance last Au-
Whereas, there is no record to be
found of his having paid a single dollar
into the Alliance, in this county, and
Whereas, he is neither eligible nor
suitable material for membership in the
Alliunco, therefore be it
Resolved 1st, That we condemn the
circular sigued by him and others as a
wilful misrepresentation throughout
and as intended to cause a split in the
Resolved 2nd, That we respectfully
request all county Alliances to join us
in this condemnation.
Resolved 3rd, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to The Mercury
with a request to publish asking ull
friendly papers to copy.
R. J. Fuston,
J. II. pfckett,
John F. Wood,
W. I. N. Roark.
Thornton Alliance No. 1.140 passed
ihe following resolutions:
Resolved 1st, That wo condemn,
faom beginning to end, the circular sent
out from Austin, addressed "To tho
Farmers, Laborers and Other People of
Resolved 2d, That we hereby ap-
prove of President Jones' proclama-
Tho Cook School House Farmers Al-
liance sends to Harry Tracy a stroug
resolution against any appropriation of
state money to the World's Fair.
Lockland Alliance No. 4ól<>, of Hen-
derson county, passed the following
Whereas, Certain membeis of the
legislature have published a circular,
libelous and malignant against our or-
gan, The Mercury, and our officers in
whom we have unlimited confidence,
therefore bo it
Resolved 1st, That we condemn in
unmeasured terms the signers of said
circular and demand that they be ex-
pelled from the Alliance.
Resolved 2d, That we endorse the
Ocala platform in toto.
Resolved ¡id, That we fully endorse
our officers, our legislative committee
and the course of The Mkhcvry, bidding
APRIL COUNTY MEETINGS.
Fayette—In Lagrange, the 10th.
Denton—With Office Branch Alliance,
-McLennan—With 1'nion Grove Alli-
ance at Geneva, the 14th.
DeWitt—With Tangirá Alliance at
Terryville, the 14th.
Callahan—At Flag Spring, the 14th.
Ellis—With Mountain Peak Alliance,
San Jacinto—With Rehoboth Alli-
ance, the 7th.
Bowie—With Evergreen Alliance, at
T. C. Junction, ft miles west from Tex-
arkana, the 28th.
Llano—With LongMountain Alliance,
Milam—At Cameron, on the 14th.
Leon—At C'entreville, on the 10th.
Falls—In Marlin, the 10th.
Henderson—With Sand Springs Alli-
ance at Sand Springs Schoolhouse,
about two und one-half miles northeast
of Athens, on the 10th.
Houston—At Crockett, on the 3rd at
10 am. m.
McLennan—With I'nion Grove Alli-
ance, at Geneva, the 14tli.
Hamilton—At Pottsville, Thursday,
the 10th, 2 p. m.
Bosque—With Dripping Springs Alli-
ance, the 8th.
Williamson—At Live Oak church 7
miles east of Georgetown, the 14th.
Johnson—With Mound Prairie Alli-
ance, the 17th.
Navarro—With Bell Point Alliance,
near Perdón, the 7th.
Whereas, There has been a circular
sent out from Austin denouncing the
demands of the National Farmers Alli-
ance and Industrial Union, and charg-
ing its leaders with impure motives;
therefore be it
Resolved by Harmony Alliance No.
4020 of Anderson county, Texas, That
we endorse the demands of the national
organization and stand by our leaders
until they are arraigned before the
proper tribunal and proved guilty.
Resolved 2d,. That we indorse the
actions of our legislative committee at
Austin and demand that they be re-
tained for the present session.
Resolved 3d, That we endorse Sena-
tor Kearby's action in favor of the elec-
tive franchise in the commission bill
and his effort to enact a law to control
telegraph companies, and his action in
regard to the Sunday law.
Resolved 4th, That a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the minutes
of this Alliance and copy be sent The
Mercury for publication.
J. W. Ward, Pres.
Oise Childress, Sec.
Whereas, The Alwise Ruler of the
universe has seen proper to remove from
our midst our beloved sister, Nancy M.
Resolved, That we bow in humble
submission to his omnipotent will. Sis-
ter Harris departed this life at her resi-
dence in Leon county, TexaB, of heart
disease, aged 40 years.
Resolved, That in the death of Sister
Harris Running Creek Alliance No. 300!
has lost a true and beloved sister and
the hushed and children a beloved wife
and mother. Sister Harris departed
this life December 22, 1890.
Resolved, That a copy of these res-
olutions be spread on the minutes of
this Alliance and one furnished The
Mercury and Democrat for publication,
aud also one to the family of the de-
ceased. L. C. Guinn,
W. J. Birdge,
Whereas, It has pleased our Heav-
enly Master to remove from our midst,
February 6th, 1891, our beloved brother,
Rev. F. L. Johnston, therefore be it
Resolved, That Cartwright Alliunce
No. 1201 has lost a worthy member,
Sister Johnson a loving husband, her
children an affectionate father, Rock
Hill and Sharon Baptist churches a
zealous pastor and we a co-laborer in
the ministry, but our sad loss is his
happy and eternal gain.
Resolved further, That we extend otir
deepest sympathy to the sister aud her
children in their sad bereavement; and
that a copy of these resolutions be pre-
sented to the sister and children, acopy
sent to the National Economist and
I). L. Jones,
D. M. Goodson,
J. R. Horn ruckle,
Is the most ancient and most general ot all
diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely (rea
(rom it, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Sarsaparilla has
bad remarkable success in curing every form
Ot scrofula. The moU severe and painful
running sores, swellings in the neck or
goitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness yield to the powerful
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LLIANGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY
i® '-'(«y1 ' 1 *>
The Ocala Council took an advanced position on "Economic
Education," urging the establishment in each Sub-Alliance or
p Assembly, of a "Circulating Library," and named the E00N0MI0
" QUARTERLY as tho best series of books to use as a beginning,
after wliicn such other books and periodicals may be secured as
are deemed best by the membership.
Tho success of the Laborer's cause depends upon education. «
Send $2.00 for a yearly subscription to the "Quarterly
Address ECONOMIC QUARTERLY, Winfield, Kansas.
Send for Book List and mention thla paper.
Cheap, Medium and Fine Grades.
INSIDE PRICES FOR CASH.
Special Inducements Offered to Alliance Men.
177 Elm Street, - Mention So. Mercury > - DalfóS, TOXaS.
Whereas, death has removed from
our midst and from our beloved order
Sister 1). K. Lamb, a true and faithful
member of Bowie Alliance No. 1110, and,
Whereas, through lier fidelity and
unswerving devotion to* our order and
the cause she so loved aud honored, she
lias won tho highest mark of love und
esteem of the entire membership of our
Alliance, therefore be it
Resolved, That in her loss t)io Alli-
ance has lost one of its best members,
the community a good aud kind neigh-
bor, the husband a true and faithful
wife, and her children a fond and loving
mother; aud that we extend to tho be-
reaved ones our condolence and w armest
sympathy in this, their great affliction.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso-
lutions be furnished the Soctiikrn
Mriutry and National Kconomist for
publication and that a copy be furnished
the bereaved family.
Done by order of Bowie Alliance No.
1Ü0 at its regular meeting held March
John 11. Myers,
II. A. Baker.
When afflicted with any of the miser-
able skin diseases which make life a
burden, try Hunt's Cure. It is guaran-
teed. If it does you no good it will cost
This for Farmers and Small Farmers Especial!;!
We wish to notify them that, SO quarter lections of tho finest wheat land in Texas has Just
been placed on tho market, at a reasonable price aad on long time. It is located in Wichita und
Archer counties, on the Wichita Valley railroad. It Is known as tho
The town of Holiday has just been laid off on tho land. For full information and descriptivo
} EDWARDS & MEADE, Holiday, Archer County, Texas.
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We hire no agents or middle men, but sell direct to the consumar. Tho man who buys
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Residence and Educational City of the Southwest
The city of Oak Cliff derives its name from the masslre oaks that crown the soft green cliffs
and stands about two hundred and fifty feet above and to tho southward and westward of thcclty
of Dallas, overlooking tho city, and the view is carrlcd away over the city proper. t'ool and
healthful breezes prevail during tho heated term, and there Is not a night in the hot months or
summer when discomfort Is felt from the heat, and sound and refreshing sleep is not possible
To the south and southwest for hundreds of miles stretches level and unobstructed prairie, over
whoso bosom these breeze sweep from the gulf without infection from any unsalubrlous conditions
Tho Oak Cliff Elevated railway, substantially constructed, forms a belt of ton miles, encircling
Oak Cliff, but at no place more thau three miles from the business section of Dallas. Cars run
every ten minutes day and night from etther side of the court house, Dallas. Fare, five cents.
Oak Cliff is a wonderful and well-nigh magical growth of two years; tho first house was com-
pleted at Oak Cliff twenty-seven months ago. It now has a population of about seven thousand,
a large proportion of whom aro from amougst the, best people of the different towns of the stato
of Texas. They are a live and progressive people. Oak Cliff has Just Incorporated, nud one of
the first moves of tho city government will be tho building of several large, commodious fine
bvick and stone public school buildings, and provide for a large free school fund.
Oak ('HITcontains a strictly moral people; intoxicating liquors cannot fca found anywhere
within her limits.—in keeping with this general policy, no sort of questionable resorts nro tolerated.
Oak Cliff now has 1.800 to 2,000 residences, costing from $1,500 to $.V),000. It has thirty miles of
paved streets and avounes; is now building about six miles of cross-town street railway, to bo
operated by electricity. It has a succcssful water system, affording pure, clear spring water. A
hotel costing 1100.600 has been In successful operation since last June.
Oak Cliff has a park of about 1.10 acres of natural rustic beauty, diversified with hill and dale
and set off with clumps of royal trees. In the park is a beautiful lake with an average depth
20 ftet, equipped with good boats, where people from all parts of tho United States can bo ot>
served enjoying the delights of the seaside in the interior of Texas.
Oak Cliff Is to Dallas what Brooklyn it to New York.
For further Information, address, Dallas Land & I.oan Co., Dallas. Texas
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