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Si r.sri.'in h in Kvns: ih' Year (postage lice), - Yl imi three Months " fAYAiii.l-: in a i am i:. i ' Tin- i:iu r will In' -lu.,i. . j . , 1 1 1 , 1 1 ii j i .ii ' V fall at iuh , II i-i '.t iu i m i i.i ii a'i iiii in-ii.niiiiiMn imi'. ii. v M-1 i 1 1 I r. A" h I .i i IS II I I A M vn 1 1: Ni-.u II w i n. O. 'i i : i '.i: 1, I iS'i. A TEW WORDS. 1'n OiaiANlZKH Laiku;. P.ml hers, In Vnii, tried am! true I' nionists, we hardly iiccil sa inure Ihan lo convoy fraternal grcel ings. In coiigrat iilal ing ourselves iiinii tin permanent I'slahlishini'iil nf our journal, ii-t us rciiii'inlicr I hal mil roiil iiniril cllnrls will he rciiiiiri'il In niaki' il such a siiciTss as hclits an exponent ol'oiir liohle emise. To Till: WollMS'd I'lfil l I'. Mole I'm- your sake than for iinv other rea son is the YwVtKMKNS AhNoi A ll, es tahlisheil. j is hojieil that the iuh lieatioll of Hlleli fuels as collie lo the notice of think in men oraiiieil for t he jini'imse of eainiii',' for I lieinsehes uiiil llieir losterilv the iialural rights of which a false Kvstein of sneiely haw rohln il their father:: am! w in the act nf juIiIhiio thctii '! l.uoi 'i I h,n ' the iifritj ot ,v . ; 1 1 ! i n i! !i'!i 1iueei la'fiil'e mi s ill I'oiu ;,n-t-Unit only through your own ell'orls, intcllieiilly orpuiized, cull yon lie 'inanciiateil from the euiiililioii of vva.e slavery in which you now exist: anil, heinu; convinced inssessinu; ;i knowledge of the ecoiioiniial condi tions e;o crniiiu; your existence we conlidcntly expect that oii will join W it II lis and he on I he willlilli;,' side when the ei'cat colllesl is eiiilrd. Truth and reason are wit h us. Truth and reason always ci mi m t in ihe Ion,"; run. To mi: M i ia u s i... Mo,. t, Von, iloiilil less, rciiiuiie Ihe fail !iiat well-i.'iid oi knicii inakc uo,M customers, r.ciuu dislriluilnrs of the wealth ciealeil hy I he loilcrs. your liiisiness is also I he im-ilium I lll'olluh W 1 1 it'll I he ie cxih.lli'.'i' t heir labor for hat nf ol hers. Vniir t rade , iilli rs when wanes fall. Nalur all . I hen. iiii should do w hal mi 1 . ... i I i v.iil hi t'McnMrMi.'t' llli- U'Mtlt'S IMIIoli ami nii may l' sine I hal an ellm i I on ymir part m I hat direct ion w ill lie .Ipplceialetl, now that W e have a journal I hat will serve as a medium tliroiuji which you can reach ihe lies! class of working people. As our advert isin space will necessarily he limited, the enterprising adver tisers who tirst use our columns will leceive the first consideration in the future. 'iv . 1 1 1 1. i in i; r i.ii niis, atnt anion"- i them ail are men and women in the! vatToiis conditions of life- profes-s-.nal men, authors, philosophers, ohilanthropists and hosts of workers throughout the V.viul. we announce the advent of nnr )KiH'r, and trust that ihe cohims of ihe Woi;kmkx's best I hoiights In ils readers. 'I'o i ii i; I.'ksi. Perhaps curiosity may lead sonic of I In1 rest In peruse I his issue I f t hi' ideas put forth should : 1 1 1 -1 I linn to slop and I liink, 1 1 1 1 1 1 we 1 1 . i :t ii in i plishetl solllo good. Alining I hr losl al'i' Ihi' supinely imi ilTi'iciil ami lhc enemies ul' I hr cause ul' hiiinaiiitv. 'I'm ihi' lir.-1 vw sav, roii.-v v i hi i: i -I ! 'I'u I In' lal I it, reform! Those vv ho will lliil lie guided by I hi' . IgllS ul' I lie I inn'-; who si iililiui iilv oppose pro gress; I In' bigoted :ii ii I unbending; ran only In' ih'all vv il h by har'l I' m I -ami i' Ira ye I hi-in to I he mercies f" a rii.'hli'iiiis fill lire. CLUBS arf: TRUMPS. Thus Ihe New N'nlk llridhl '.'lee I'ullv auimiiiiccs I he n toi " of I he armed scranls ol' a iii)iui;iI inn Ihe mice over a llllllllii'l' of half slai'M'd, iinai'ined si rikers. " ( 'lulis are Truinjis! " And I his is I he i j i h nf l he ra ii I a I ist press all ner the colllitiv. Wll.e workers lllllsl how the neck In t he yoke or he clulihed or shut, u hile 1 he cnuai'dlv hrilles ill I he editnrial I'lioins nf a " ".real " New 'n k daily shout I heir a pproval. "Cluhs are Trumps!" Ami the poor, maimed wa.e slaves slink hack In I heir hit Icr task. 1 1 is so ordered hy their masters w ho enrrupt snciclv with commercial cunt; who leach I heir nH'spriii"; the trade of taskmas ters and slave drivers; who huild col ic'cs and hire professors to instil into the minds of their hovs that wealth is the ;'realest evidence of success in life- t hat .each must, seek such success regardless of those w ho are train pled upon; regardless of those whose whose gentler natures 1 1 v wit .m.i'ii ( in li 1nTiti.-li i oini'i t i- s i. hi, A 1 1 1 1 so "I ' ' . u e 'i u in i " . " -1 JIM .H i' TlTllitpc," arv t !nv -' Il is Hie cry of a madman. Is there such a "corner" in cluhs that, wan ton capitalists do not fear to shout "Cluhs are Trumps''" "Whom i lie eons ilesii'oy. nicy lirsi make mad." I,ct the madmen hew are, or t hey may find I hal " Muhs are Titiiii ps." indeed. STATE AID. The lli'ooklyn Sn mnril, assuming that (ratios unions exercised a spot ics of tyranny, said recent ly: "II (lie Iviaiiio ol' liailes imi.iii- i:, iii.imlaiiii'il. il may U'eomc iuce.vsirv I'oi' me ,"-iaie or tiiiimcipai .-miiiiiiilics lo pro V iile lor llic Ill'lli-.ll lal cilllcaliell ol Imvs ami ,olsm .1,,. vaiiou.lrailes." ' (luilecol'lcel, ' the Ivraliuy, etc. In other words the Sim,,!,,,,! , i ; lis ..she sheet, a. i. . -lies , ii'il, t,,-, I I uoveroineiil' l.i.i o.i.v io. 1 . ,-, 1 - Il wauls Ihe Slate In interfere w il h the ::..,',',-J',,1 u,.,Li,,u ,,r i...i.,. nicflns. (lull I,.., leoul ul,,.., work ii niMit.'Sl o.l ,;,,,:l Ibe hromv ,,l' .'Oiil il,..., Il ,. .- in-.'. I .'.''hb ..I' r.'...." , i;.;.. it ., .a' .1... i ...,.; .....:.... . t ', " i i in, i ' ' .1 1 1 1 j I. ' j cry out auain: I such " coiiiiniinisiu." hat makes the Slate? The no, I 1 1 pie. W ho should coiidu.-l ils allairs;' i ' I'"' 1 'epl'eselital i y cs ill t he people, as : i . , . ... i iictei iniiieii i.y a ni.inritv vole. What i ! arc I he uiajority ? W mkers. vv it In ml ! capital proletarians. Whv, then, tlo not these workers control the af fairs of Stale In their own interestsv ls il not because lin y arc 'educat ed in ignorance" lv such p.i'rs as the Siniihiril. and are by custom and circumstances colliielle,l to accept the crumbs that fall from the tables Itf till UC'lttllV iKlll'tll'IV ,,f llu. I.ill.l ami the mechanical means. if produc tion . When the xvuking people are suf- hclently enl jhlciied to look to the Stale for iii I, and s.i to it that ihe alTairs of ,). i eminou w. all Ii are con ducted fiv men ..ft heir own class and in tlio nU-n-sis of the weal majority. A I m n; 1 1 1 : i lii'iir I heir instead of for the particular henclii of a few chance nioiii'V hau's. I lien the trades unions will imi need to defend the interests id' their constituents hv such means as tin Simulant seems lo indicate And We do lint a'.'l'ee with mil cn- lahoicr, the liiin,fr, when ii ex claims: " Let. State keep hand.- oil!" h'al her Id. us lay hands mi I he Male lei it he inir Stale; and instead of ihe IIHick Stale of tin- present, we shall haw a I m r i i 1 1 and paternal de fender we shall haw peace. NOTES. 'I he " I '' tmi ' nll, h'nntilrr" for I'-i. is,t I hy t he pilhll.-hcis of I he New , nrk iiLs-i 1 a in, ha; made its appearance. Those of 'our friends who read (iermaii, and ,-liidi-nls of I hat lan'iia"!' u ill liml il an excclli-nt hook of icfi'i'ciice, as well as an en Icrtainiii'j and in tructue compan panion. AmmiLr I he cmil riliulors I h: Adnlf llniiai. whose ti'stimmiv hefore the Senate ( 'oinmilloe on l'!ducal imi and l.ahnr allractcd so in iuh alien) i m. As a frontispiece there IS ail excellent picture of Vic tor Ihmn. Two cii"'ra iii"s eiililled "The Transit of Venus" and "I'.e Iwecll Ourselves," are full of life, and alone make the price of Ihe hiilciiilcr, cents, seem insinnili- Cilllt. In a week or two we shall puhlish a directory of rciiahle nicrrhaiilsand husiness men for ready reference--for the niuliia! henelil of our readers and adxerl isers. (Mir canvassers have made it, a point to offer only l;'ood and rciiahle husiiicss houses space in this paper, in accordance with the inst ructions of the publica tion committee-. In looking e r our advertisements our readers v li notice that there are none of tlr fraud advertisers found in the co nioii run of newspapers; and w ii ! i'f "Ci !M'H"t i o-i ipcr .( Mil; it' '- i ' ' I ' '.' 'I 'iMl.H'HA-. I , ' ... ,,t pl'ui-l.il I ,e rcil.. ii'i-s, there lie WV will -i . The MiiriiiiKj Xrr is anxious lo know why Ihe Trades Council is :i!, taoiiistie to that paper, and dcpule-'; a, reporter to I ry and clear up n ; ters. The simple fact thai the A last, fall reduced the price of coil, po sition from ID to :..! cents per 1, on cms, and that the Typographical I'ninii is a nieniher nf the Trades Council, oiiuht to he a sullicieiij answer lo Ihe ipiery of Ihe AVvcv. They could easily regain their Ui prestige hy restorine; I'nimi rales and cm ploy in"; I'liioii men. llel'es sollielliing lor liiisiness i 1 1 i """ '" M,"oer over: liiaiKt reel s ,':ll,'"lil,-', the reduction ill waves I he last I wo years as Id. lnii.iiiii. ''"" 1 m osu 1 1 is l:ll m'alcls all , - - com Hauling oi nam nines, failun i , -, . ,x '' " 1 1 s i a i 1 1 1 1 y e com ini'icial world. And yd there are indlioiiaire corporal ions insanely imt'ini; low waves upon mecliau lis ,.r tNIIIIU" III. Ill aillllt In "IVe place I loi'eign pauper latmr Mimic;. eeoiiomv ! j 1 "litical niatler-- are .-Iripiu ' hem.-ehes plopeliv 111 South Nul ... alk, I nslead of he sciccless . on ; belwecli so called I epn i ilic.in-. .ii... . i ii, : oeniocia is. w u n orv.ani.ei! laimi : di ided again.-t itself, there will be ' I wo parlies who are ami should be nal lira I opponents, namely : The producers of wealth oil t he one side ami their o.ploii.rs (.n the other. Now let the battle wave, and mav the ballot and the hovcotl be the (mlt'lll weamns. The ocho solil.Hiiv of an old printer on rats, entitled " llovcnt! Them," which appeared in our last issue, was copied from that persist ent enemy of the "colossal liar nf the century." ami staum h friend nf lalmr, published by the New York Typographical rnion.and known as the flniintr i . 'I lie Tnl'inii must come -iwvui or Ueid must 'ro. Il is said thai Urol her Wheeler recently sen I a roniiniinica! ion Ju Ihe county f'oinniissioiiers in opposi t imi to I he "raiitiii"; of a license to a saloon keeper I localise it was all in centive io his men to spend their money and I iine I here. Now . I li it h er H heeler, hmv is I hal vmi al low Muir slaw.-- to hoard in a house with a "in mill attachment'' ',e more coli-i, lelil, lil ol her heeler. The Kmpire State Type fouudm" I oinpaiiv nf dl ami il.; rVanklort Slleel, New York, furnished I he hcilll il'lll 1 pes fl'olli W hiell I his pa per is printed. lies ides beiti" all practical men in I he typo fmi ml iu business, they arc wrv pleasant L'cu I Icliieii lo have i lea I in-fs wit h. The wiredrawcrs of this city .-peak Well of Mr. .la s II. Mellon, the "ellial editor of the oi'ci" e- ''.. His editorials oil labor inaltcrs have the ri;,'hl rim;', and arc in "real eon I rasl to I he m'Iioiiioiis art iclcs printed in the Sii. which is an enemy to or ganized labor. llV did I he ( 'aildee h'llbber coni- pany at I he excursion ei wii 0) ils employes recent ly direct ils colored and Italia i employes In one boat and Ihe American aiid IrMi em ployes lo I he ot her ? Was it an ac cident!'' If is reported that the Candee Rubber Co. is expel'ieliciliL' d i llii'll It v iii keeping; its employes, as an out-of-town concern is olferillj.' better in diiccinents to rubber workers. If, behooves the workers to orani.e. The rumor that the Musical I'liimi had disbandc ;i '. . n ; 1 1 ,. i foiindal ion. 1 hi.- cv . lit n;. ,,rt..-ni- I a I ion is in ;' . ,!,i u ;,; I i card from v'; -ccec occasion rc- .:: eS. 'he Trades ,,,, I'ublishiii"; ' - linittee temlcr ,-e. .-re thanks to he publisher: .,, mi r exchanges coin fcsii's shovi;, niiiho'wMs afrait' ni' a nil.. AV. 'bably that's whv l-r min's a.i;'en t 'i- 1 1 'I. leave any ', : - at the AV-x ..ecc. Why don't the .1 , , . AVo bor ic v t he Sun's cat , WHAT OTHERS SAY. Capital having combined, con trolled and dictated to labor, rentiers if necessary for the wage-worker, if they wish to enjoy the blessings of life. In combine, I hat by I heir united strength they may obtain a just rec ognition of I heir claims ami rights, which will not be recognized unless capital is cum polled sn tn dn. Wdii , shi' ''lines. Vmi may shake till sheol congeals, hut as long as ymi sell your labor to aim! her, I hat ol her w ill I ry to re duce wiir wages, ami if you object, to a iciliictinn and ijuit. work ami try lo dissuade others from inking your place. I'lllkerlon's del eel ives (?) ami tlic mililia. are called out h by force of anus lo intimidate you and compel ymi In yield lo Ihe will "f capilal. This will be I he wav as long- as a lew men have I he power tn buy ymir labor. I'n.lei ..ur present social -y leiu ymi arc forced In .-ell wiir labor or starve, ami if ymi would heller wur condition vmi lit lit i hauge I he system. ''"" kn Cfreil. There is In day, we sii p pose, enough untold and unspeakable agony in I he prison j wns ol American manufac turing towns to darken every sunny spot mi cai I h. if it Were spread abmad on I he w ind. Ibil I here is nothing lliealrieal about it. noth ing of the living Kvu sort of pathos. h is homely suffering, a wearing away by slew degree-ol live, that should be joyous, and it is doiie so iiiethoilically, so respectably, and in sin h good order that one can't find fault, of course. The thing wounded on a haltlo-Hold arc Letter olf. They may at least shriek and get some glory of their snlTerings. Mut those vim weir themselves out at their hum-drum tasks must l si lent, for there is nothing tragical, nothing dramatic in their destruc tion, and to gman owr it would onlv til ing repro.-u h. t It a little strange that strong ami hca,.Uiy.jiU'ii of ItJerabie intelli 'JtTlce alul enlnillnll bclievolcliee shoiiitl feel ' 1 1 1 i 1 1 rinht in coiiscieiice to live in In v n iv and "Tnw rich mi the proceeds of d niducry I hal kills ami briit.ili,e. innocent L'irls. It seems to us like slrainimj at a nual and suallowini'' in a camel to rave at pros I il ul Imi and never say a word aeaiiisl a sysbiu of labor which dt -spoils youth of its freshness and jov ami sets the mark nf -u lYi-ri iilt and old a;rc ii poii oiin;r I'ai'cs. Wot kill"; women siill'ci more I ban men fi'oiii I he crush of coin pel il ion ami the "It'l'ilnl o'l'.is j li I ' 1 1 i ;-1 1 1 H 'S.-s. They have inoi'c lo hope for ill I he lead jll.-l incut of society to nice! I he reiplil'clllelils of ilitclliu'elil add So! f I'cspetT mil; labor. They are now for the most par) drudges, ami drudgery kills I he bodv and damns the soul. Let 1 1ll-Ill Hot be forgot tell ill those days of a'.'ilal imi ami in the eoiuiii", sl I'll !;'" I for i ' 1 1 1 1 ' between capital and labor, II tibial l'ir. LAROR NOTES. There are al t -.'.Mi.nno wau'e- workcrs, laborers ami artisans, in Chica";n, and the number of truth s ami net ii pal iniis o' all kinds repre sented there is iii round liures ."ido. M' these but l"i are organized on a strictly socialistic basis, while ot hers are under I he emit ml id' I he various Ini"hts of I .ahor and t rade organizations, inakini;a total of lior Lranicd trades out of r x . or ,s per cent. The socialists propose lo or ganize every trade ami every ooeii pa pal ion on a socialistic basis; that is, of course, w herever the inllueiice ami the teachings of the socialists can gain a. sullicicnt foot in r. Halls have ..1...I,. Benson ' Uibie - on . ,! , . , j,; ; ;, Sim. lay al u :cc: i.c i :v, .1 aiirs of th'e socialists will he iiiblicly ex pounded. The Cigarniakers' Jtitoriiafional Union clectedjt he follow ing otlicers at its session in Cincinnati last week : I 'resident,' A. Strasser, of New York; vice-presidents, W. 1!. Perkins. Al bany; . I. . I. rowers. Louisville., C. 1!. Ilogan, li'ichniiiud ; I. S. Kirschner, Philadelphia; T. II. (Jill, (irand Uapiils; - II. Wesfei'inayer. St. Louis; Pled. M. Myers, Jacksonville, Pla. ; treasurer, August St renin), Chicago. A committee was appoint ed to consider the matter of uniting the International and Progressive I'nioiis. "Why tin vmi lix I he wages of men in your trade, when all workmen are not eipially g I ? It's unfair to ask us lo pay I hem ad alike." This was saitl to a New York committee that waited on a number of employers. "Ditl ymir ever buy pnl at nes?" asked nlie nf I he com lull tec. "Well, iheli, we are selling yen laborers al a day, take I lieiu as I hey come. I f you want to pick I hem. voiiea.ii pay them Ki a day." (iibsoii 1 '.rot hers, proprietors of a large printing olliee at Washington. It C, have resolved lo put an end to the "I v ralinv" of the Typographical I Hum t here. The printers demand more pay for composition in foreign languages, ami pending t he aeipiies cence ol the bosses, they are takinga vacation. The I'liimi piinters in Washington usually succeed In un dertakings of t h i- nal lire. The hod-hoist illg engineers. of New oi k. arc all now in one union" under t he name of I he New York Slate Port able Hoisting Kit". im 'crs. Otic of its by-laws provides that any member discovered running a steam boiler while tinder the inlliienec of liijiior shall be lined, for the (ir-t olfense. "; for the second, fl'h ami if again rcjieated he shall be removed. Last Tuesday ."il iron nioldcrs in the employ of Smith & Anthoiiv, Wakefield. Mass., demanded an ad vance of per rent, in tlieir wages. The linn promised to consider the matter. The hat making business seeii-s tn he en joy iug a regular boom. South Norvvalk fael oi ics a re calling for more help. I 'ml 1 1 co-operative shops are very busy, ami both would give em ployment to more men if they could gel llii'in. The same rush of business is reported in all the hailing centers. The I'liioii label is now promised to be ready for I he spring t rade. Chinese slave labor threatens to overwhelm native workmen and drive them to the wall in the North west. 'I he people are aroused, ami demand that the importation of coolies shall cease, ami that those already in Ihe country .-hall leave. Congress has been called upon to protect the nal ives against the ( 'hinese. The South N'ol'Walk Sriiiurt feels I he hoy cot I of t he oil ielis W hi .III it so foolishly antagonized ever since the hatlers' strike. Now if wants t he respectable" people lo join il in a. crusade against the organized workmen: but lid iter Coldcu will liml that the respectable people arc on the other side. The boycot l ing of IVler Dodger's beer is being vigorously carried mi by the New York Central Labor I'nitui, and has exleiiiled outside of New York. Ansonia reports that (lie Dod ger article is cut irely eliminated from that place. Those who think they must drink beer should avoid that of Peter I lodger. Senator Thiirnian, of Ohio, saitl : "1 have been nine years in Ihe Sen ate. I know of a good deal of legis lation adverse to the interests of the - : ": la . :e; i :' S ? t -r had bed . ,Ti:y j"iy,. , ... i -i m, , j ousel v ,1.1 lo;-'.. i he V ' '-ojick.v. . Vi ' i.i In asc Com -puny, of Ih'ooklyn, begin business this week. They couldn't stand the unjust treatment of the bosses any longer, and have been on st rike for a long time, it right. The miners in the 1 locking Valley have succeeded in increasing their pay from -Id to ,() cents per ton. hi the Tiiscawaras Valley the miners, after a. strike of short duration, com promised mi (i." cents a ton. Lnglish window glassworkcrs are being victimized by their employers because they joined the K. of L. Nevertheless, the good work goes on. Il is reported that the printers of Philadelphia are organizing info the K. of L. in addition to their Inter nationa! I'liioii. SONG OF THE CLERK, I After llouil I I b' le; I uainst Hie high pileil shelves, Ami liis eyes were heav y ami red, His alius were rigM, his lingers- were numb. Ami liL'hl ;iii.I ijy,y his hea.l; Ami lie sail" this soiiu tin',,' the evening lung, t bil il inosl ol ns w ere in Ik'iI. " h. for the evening air. Ami a si.;ht ol' the sellinu smii To siM'iig'tlieii the nerve an. I hriahli'ii the eye, hen my leiboiis il:i is.l.ui..' Ami a little play, each S.alnnlay , In n my hanl cai neil wage is won. Well for the hard wolfing man. Tho' his hands have horny ui'own, I le ha Ihe wealth ol v igor'awl health. Ami Ihe stieii"th ot muscle and hone: I le feels as live as the wind oil the sea. hen he calls his evening his ow n. Well for (It,- vohmleer, W hen 1 1 is-- hard campaign is o'er, for limy he can rest on his laurels grivn. inl think of his toils in. molt", l'oi-helK.e..upclerk it is constant work. And 'prisoiniient sjid and sore. h. ladiis, tender and true, li, sisters, so fresh and fair, Smiie pity own for us, haggard gom n. And give us the exening air! We wait all .lav. till strength elil-s away n ye who have time to spare. h, h r the evening air. And a sight of the setting sun. To strengthen the m-rve and brighten the eye When my tiilii.us dav isdoiii', And an easy rest on the Sal,l...lh Uest, Instead of a w oni-oiil one.'" A. )'. Jtmrwit. ! t I ! L il li I r r i i i L V iU I t