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for a vole, their ilceesioii to le re iMuifl hack ui'.i.in 21 days, iinl that a lll'loll li-kllir; t'l!' H--iot.UK V IllUft I'MVC !, m-.te. ill I in n it n xiui-'"., w 1 1 i 1 1 Hindis outside tirty ho ;is-!M",l on th" Nl'iie i:i.V the ii ' i ir.i ! ! ii I 1- n,;i.i-. Now I hold t'i,'it jitM"inl nl Mron-tli. inii Hie I ' I,. 1'. I his niiid iii.lv w ckcii tl. I'll' 1 1 i !-, mi y i' i hi1 w i ii'li ! iji v e i . liatlMeil ihcir tl.l-iltlK I'.'U.IH.t '!( three lee,s fur Mi-I ,, IM'f. Ilil'linl lllolc j!' Hillside IMilotsOiHI 1m- Insisted SO IHIIi'h I'lot'e quickly lle'i'l those I e- I'-liiM III lln'C I,. I-'., a i,ifiit liiiiliv llliinlin u ii! li.'iit i! I n I lii i I' if I v;i n I a .!' In Ma) mil (if 11. Ill Ml) estimation ail fain for if-lMaiici- shiiiial ho i' let i d to a v Viiiiniitt'!', say of the l-lfal-s. to lie ill y-t ion d ami 1 e j it i i t i d 1 1; i k Ml the nt'.xl int'cHii;; ; ami then a I u n I hird lliaj il'ii) (if I he delegates present should sa) how much (if any of thi- fund i-i In lio jjivcii or i : 1 1 ) s 'i i to 1 1 ,c niiioii in need, 1!' pnhlisliiiiu iliiiou m oiiiil olili.;o "S' . 1 1 r (ratcrnuih , N. Y., Jan. lit. V. KaM)I.i:u. i'or the J! inrrn, liKN.l. J. ( Tm il, ( U',: I enclose you a clii" k of ?") in) for tic Al i! i Mi, lets, th' iiii. since coii id la'inr has llCOII fill j lo) I'll, ill) lint. SI O llOU' an)' mi, no) help i'l avail in this i ruU; II oonv i t l.i 1 -i 'T Ma re and is allowed hy lie M.'te v hat ran w e lio YiUH s t I'll i) , 1 I:,M l M.W i'AMI !.. N". Y. , Jan. IT- Li'! tee to ii I'rientl la ihe Mali University town of Madi son, t he capil tl of Wi.-fniisiii, there is a "I !i inti'inio!'ar) (.'luo", w lii'h at a meet in.; in Dec. la-t li-.ti in il in ati'l .iiscnved a. paper on the relations he! con La hot am! I'apital. Of couise "Lookim'; Haek- Wlll-.r' Ml'ltl li.'Utr'l III llii' discussion. Anioiiu; lh' ciiiios w,w Mr. J. II. Clunker, a wi ll known minister (Uni tarian) of aiiti-.-ocmlistic I'Miilt'iicifn, This gi'ti! Icmati stated that "ho wliilii'tl tt bi' a living ct'l! in a iivil); oi'jj;aniin. and not a co in ;i iiKirliinc for pritul inj out istulf." A It'tli. r from a frionil who was present evoka-il the following reply. Wasiunuti.iN, 1). C, Jan. llili. ill dear I! : 1 was m in 1 1 inter"steil in your minouiii of the Contemporary Club nieetin;:. Mr. C'rookei's rehiark was eviiiciitly aitne'l at wliat they call the 'Uelliuny plan." lie is much mom of a "'() in a nsa chine" (a iniieliiiK1, too, without n governor) in his present condition than lie would he under a soeialtstie system ; and as for "grinding out stulf", 1 can not imagine a system having that more in view than the present one, and that, too, for Ihe benefit of il small liiinoi ily. Worse still, the mass of ihe people are now utterly unable 10 control the "-riiiil-i ri out", since they are economically subject to those who own the means and instruments of production and are therefore in no proper sense free. On the other hand, under a si icialisl 10 S) stem the people would have full power of control; Ihe) would not, (.;nnii out mote "stuff ' than is wantiM at, on;' tune, and lis at. another; nor would the) urini) out unnece saty or useless ",-tulV"; both of vUiu-h tilings are charactet ist ie of the pre.-ent s)stem Hence they would have opportunity to become ' ii v iiif eel is in a li in j, 01 .aiiisiif ' in very truth. Many a heller man than Mr I'rooker ;e(s intelieci u.illy !. t:-il ill, this point. Il is absurd to suppose that people who are free will compel them-eh es to do what t hey do not wish to do; )et that is l tie I ositiim of M r. f 'rookef and his pine. They seem to think the people cannot lie trusted with a 1 uii and true freedom ; a position which involves as a logical conclusion that they should not be trusted wilu present ,'artial and theoretical freedom. Yet these very men are the ones ho maintain the excellence of the present system or condition and would be shocked at the idea of a theoretical curtaili.ieiit of hheri) , while its ueiuul destruction goes on under their very eyes. I sometimes think the worst of slaves to a system are those who do not know themselves lo he such. I was greatly pleased at your com ments on Mr. Crooker's criticism. They nre in tlie main sound and show that you luive been thinking on the subject; and I am sorry you did not give utterance to them on the spot. You have a logical anil just mind ; and if you will only think and read upon the social question there can he no doubt as to what conclusion you will arrive at. Such meetings as that of your Con temporary Club are not without use ; they help to open the eyes of a certain number of middle class people. Hut by reading, observation and thought, I am every day more (irmly convinced that it is useless to expect to rouse the middle class to action as a clas, and while they remain such. Those who by the in evitable operation of the system are forced down into the ranks of the prole, tariat will be converted ; most of the othtrs will not. The workers them selves must achieve their own salvation; it is they alone who are under compul sion to do it. As Marx says, they have nothing to lose but their chains ; they have a world to gain. Bu they will not lie allowed to achieve that salvation w ithout a struggle, and a bloody one. no matter how much we and they may wish to avoid it. They themselves are at last beginning to see that this is fo; that their interest and those of the possing ( las-h-tn are nfv?sstiriy anta. gonietic; which is half the battle, and when once grn.-r.tlly understood w ill j emancipate fit in a' a blow from boodle- ; i-m. The air is filled u it It Miaws in- I die-itive of thi- elfiriio; vi-u n ; no one who (lots lio' keep po-Ieil in lalel' hit I'.il in e can have any conception of the fetes jit work and the clmngts j going on ; and lh;, I is why, when l he j crisis colitis, il will take so many by sin prise And when ii does come, ui.iy 1 have t he i urn ge and I he u p to I n I l lie i iht rh ie, t tie ,-i le nl labor. Me.'Ul ! while, say unli that gtand socialist, ! Victor. Hue,,. "What can we fear, we w ho bebt-v e !" There is no hack aril How of ideas, nn ire than of rivers ! V. V. Tiiwssr.Ni'. Official. To all Ihe Sections of Hie .socialist Labor Tarty. lisTi i n;ii CuMKAbi'.s: in response to an oil expressed u ish on the part of out lying districts, and at enuvo lo the exigencies of the times, the National Kxeciilne Committee has resolved to aiiaue lor a 1 borough agitation tour through th" country, in order to spread the liiidei.-biiiiliugof the cause to which our i iVoi ts arc pied-ed, The lour is in tended to cover no! only places where 1 here are now St ( tions in existence but al-o sued tlher-i wln ie the lielil seems l.i ora1 tic; ii w ill be 1 1 ie most coinp! e iitnsOe one yet undei taken by our paity ; and, eotniiiencirg at Krie. Pa., wi: (i ml t fence wesirta-d over Olive land, Sandusky iinii Toledo, ().; tint ml I,' ipids ami I'ctrott, Mich.; Chicago. Ill,; Milwaukee and West Miperior, Wis,; Rtvenport and l.htl.uquc, la.; Ihiluth, M. I'aii! and Minneapolis. Minn.; Seal lie and Taconia, Wash.; I'orllaiul, Or.; probably do n through the whole State of Ctlifi! ni.i; and then Ka-tward icjun oir heiivcr. Col,; St. Louis, Mo; K itiisv ili'- i.nd Indianapolis, Jnd.; J.l.ty ton, f u iiiiii.iti. Spring held and Colum bus. O.; I'Utsburg. Allegheny Oily, Scottilalc, Collin Isv ill-.", l';i.; .1 !,dl iniore, Md.; Wilmington, l)cl ; I'bila.lelphia, l'a.;and linully Camden, N. ,1 , together with sucii interim -diary places aiung the line as may seem proper. That such ait agilation tour should be held in the English language is self evident. The attention of ihe masses is now turned to economic tpiestions and the heal Is of the working class is un(uelioiiably turning to Socialism. 1'robably our well known comrade Alexander Jonas may join in the lour to add ress ( ierman audiences; the English speaker will, however, be Daniel l.lrl.eoti, a member of our Slate Committee, Organizer of the atnalga mated Stction ot the City of New Yolk, and also member of the party's Trest Commitlee, whom we deem eminthtly qualifed for this mission, and whose un der! and inn "f the (ierman language, itself will promote close relations wit h our (ierman comrades. Several Sections situated in the towns above mentioned have already expressed their approba linn of this agitation tour, and we now request your Section to inform us promptly whether it al-o is willing to join herein and to ,'ont rihute its share towards t be expenses. As soon as the answers shall he in, the dates will be fixed. Hoping for a favorable answer. Hi. N.I. J. I I sen, Sec'y, National Ex. Committee. THE "NEW NATION." I'Munnl IJellmny stalls it Paiier lot- Mo Kruiagai Ion of al iotuilism It is announced that on the illst of this month 77a' A'cic Sution, a weekly piper to be edited by Ed ward Bellamy, w ill make its Hist apptaranoe in Boslon. According to the hint on' (lltihe, he will he assisted by Mr. Jl. S. Legate, (leorge 1). Avers, ('apt. Huntington, J. Foster liistoe, Henry Austin and Sylvester B'Xter, not to mention Edward Everett Hide, Kabbi Seliindler and oilier occasional contributors. According to the same authority, Mr. II. S. Legate is also "authorized to represent the cause (of Nationalism) at t lie State House", and the first issue of thp AVir Xation is to he the signal for a shower of petitions upon the legislators of Massachusetts in favor of Nationalist measures. Mr. Bellamy's friends think that they can in this way make some impression upon the hard shell politicians who control the destinies of the Commonwealth arul have heretofore proved the willing tools of corporations and plutocrats. They point to the messages of Mayor Sargent of New Haven and Mayor Matthews of Boston as s'gns of the times as signs of a change of heart in the politicans and millionaires, produced by the under current of public opinion. In an inter view published by the Ghtbr Mr. Legate quoted the following portion of Mayor Matthews' inaugural, with the remark that the passage quoted was the more significant as this official had nothing whatever to do with the Nationalists and their doctrines, but hail found it necessary, in aiming for the best govern ment of Boston, to make such reconi mandations as these : "Again it n-enis to me that the city should have the right to undertake for itself, if financial and other conditions I-rmit, ali functions of a public character now eoiunionl) iutrtl-f'il to pi i ale elltcl pre e It would don bt less : i , i ., 1 1 ,, , i .. . , i. ... . ..; . i , .. would not be ex-, c.seil, but the p.K-es- sioii of them would put the ci;v in a belt, f Oo-.it to IH.-.I... Will, ill.li. I I , , , , vnbials and Cclp.-l.'Oi.-ns se, kin.; tnuit- (1 '., prisi'i'ges until is now uteciise. 11" (No quoted the m.ij or's l fen I ICO to rani, I trans'! : "! believe that thecnv , even,, aent it- self slioul.l giiip,!!,' with lios ,ibl.-m and cuiiavor ijseMle i, tothc 'au-fic- I H ' tl t u !h 1 1 n '' '1 m' Tit I M( r 1 1 im i lr;i ' (tit 1 1 . i . . , L , i . . i ., , . . ,., t . , i . . i . ,. I j . , , , it I t IMI!' I It' tut Mill lll1'1! IK IM II ! , . . of piivateeoipoianons. 1 ,-cc u ml, : 1 l-au.' -I Labor measures tlnn-tole, the ;,n - of a cm, l""111) ommmu. ate iih oiher mission of cxp, rtl consisting of p, ,. -v:in.,ai e-ns 1 1,, ',,,,. boa- , l,e siate. At persons, to be appointed by Ihe mayor.; k the meeting adj ...r I. and to it -cciv e a stilfn ictil coinpensal n m j and an appiopria' ion for t lei ical, I ravel- j Th,. New Yolk 'ihim, , ;, Accs kii ing i.iiil otlur txpms.s, who-e ,'uty it i .... ,,,,.,, j, p,jcct,d bid, is lo shall he to collMilel' I he W hole subject o I . . ,, rapid li'.irsil. in, hiding devalnd loads, if"" K,',,'kV!,, h-'. 1 1 anno,;,', and Biini- tniinels, ionics, sysienis, i,uii;igh, i iiighain, and g norlhein A hi'i.i'na companies, and in pai iicul.tr the best water 1 1 anspi i t,,t ton lo the Cull' of means of nroiccling the financial inter- MM,. .,-,. ,,,,,,., N ,,, ,,, v,, est s oi i lie t it v as a cm pi i at ion. ' "1 lieli'Vellie pidi.ereoiir.se to imrsne, . I'1''-'''1" .ri,l'IHI sqnau-miles, tmdeila.d both in ihe interest of th" oily In usury atid of the cili.ens :n ;ny.e, is I or tin, city government to take the whole matter in I o its ow u hands, and. w ii bout al'i tupt i n i to in1 ei I . re w it It I he chai tcr tights of existing corporations, ptoctvd, by means of a t- peeial coin uiis.-ion, to del i.sc a plan for I .qui I I r.ii.sii that sic. il be pel luo it( ail I y n-i'iiil to the ( pie and pi'olilab!" to the city. Any such plan 1 1 us re;.,. i ted a ni I adopted cy the city government would u inloui" ed I y taceive the sanction of Hie Lfgisl.it Ule." lie idso quoted that portion of (lov. Kissel's inesstige which favors a system id' ilidusl rial edui :ii ion and an increase iif the maximum ae for compulsory .school attendant e, and i-tiled I he object s of the Nationalists';!-, follows : "The Nationalists, outline the legislii. t ion t hey t pect by a. lop! i ng I he ideas of (lov I'essel and Mayor Matihews a., being close to t he popular ear, but, they do not, intend to let the dread of popular clamor interloK' with I heir et mauds, as on l lined m t heir t ode of pi a maples, being clearly and manfully put,'' "They w ill a-k for h gisiatioii in the following lines : "Advant mg the compulsory school age to IT years, lib u reipnrenicnt that all children shall attend school through the full school y e:u' ; providing for a general system of manual training schools. " I 'erm it-ting municipalities, to establish plants for t h" maniil aci ure of gas nod electricity for public u-a' and for the supply of their inhabitants, "I'ermilttng cities to take kind in sections renderi tl undesirable for habita tion either by unsanitary conditions of site or by improper method of building ; to place the territory in proper condit ion and erect thereon t-uitahle dwellings to be let. at a rental sulHcient. to yield a. return equal loan adequate interest on the outlay. "l'ermitting municipalities to establish industries that shall give suitable oeeu patioti to u no tu U ived ciii. 'iis. "For the atloption in the eovt rmiient of cities, and also as a tcalnre in the legislative system of t hel'oi union w e;ili h, of the principles operative in Ihe gove rnment ol the republic of Switzer land and know n ;ts the "b'ett reiidum," tin' Popular Imitative" and the ' Impe rative Mandate. "For the adoption of an equitable method of minority rt prtscnl.it ion for all public elections in the Common wealth. "In support ol these demands they oll'er their views concisely and to the point. Their reasons for asking the advancement of the s -huolage are, that il is in accordance with the undeniable principle, that a form of government aiming lo be deiiioeiat ie in tact as wed as in theory, must assure to its people absolute equality of oppott mi ity under its pro isions, and then-lore neither re cognize nor tolerate any distinctions based upon class, race or social condi tions. Therefore the Common wi'itlt It is bound to give ull its children, for the sake of its own welfare and protection as well as theirs, iqual opportunity to avail themselves of the cibicationai privileges provided ill the public school system, and not render these privileges a mockery for a large proportion of the children by punishing tin m for ciicum stances out of their own control. "The proposition for municipal gas or electric supply is made with an eye to the systems that have been successfully established elsewhere in this country and abroad. "That the cities be authorized to take land is in accordance with an established principle in England, mid under which many English cities have done much for housing the poor. "Lstablishment of municipal indtis tries was advocated in 1S by the mayor of Springlield, ami it met with almost unanimous popular approval in that city, and a bill introduced in the House of that year to carry out the suggestion was very favorably received. "The adoption of the Sw iss principles, both municipal and State, would secure ; . . a more direct participation of the people I in the law-making functions and re- I move them front the corrupting; m tluences of sellisii interest. In the 1 government of cities it would retain the advantages secured by the dirt et partici pation of the people in the local : government under the town meeting principle. CENTRAL LABOR UNION. James 1'. Arclnhal'l was Chairman it the Central Labor Unioa last ,d,v. The F.uipire State Associatitin of St-am j Railroad Fn3loyee withdrew. Otto tieil is nceieillti d a dcligitc from tin 1 ,., lT,' y ,,,, 1( : A. ''' ' 1 "'" "'"I eartcis, , " '. ''itli that woo-1 calling had! be,', h I I , t,, ,,l, ,,,,, f, .,, ., , ;,c,..r fli.pl'. il, and protesting .r.,j,,., I. i ,,. ,... ,r , i. !c,"iin-! u, h aci I. ei on tic pal i ot ! lu- pi immi a u ! I u u i , les, was ah-ptisl and j Ch.is. I.. Miller w as insl rm ted t-. jo r", " ' ' M " ": s ' V s 11' I' to t!,e Ma!,' Wol U t ! t ... T 1 1 . 1 1 s ,s "''i' ' ,U,," ''' ,"!''' ,'"'!";.' ! ,-,A lv"' ll'1- M,!;"'' ''"'. B' ''' ai'-l I i m i in s iii t i j 1 1 1 1 lie i rn i men :t :i s 1 , t , I . I It ..to - , : 1 , . 1 . . I , ,. I l . I L , 1 t , , .1 t . t - i i , w t 1 1 iti'i t'iiii'i ;i i i 1 1 ' i ' ' w it b o a! ainl iion, and o reduce lieiiit ilotii s-'J all to ii cents per ton. The Tie same syndicate proposes to otr Africa and Sou h America w,th a net null; o! railways built wnh soutlnin si eel ie) 1 run i'ii sou i li'i n ceil !" The receipt oi' ,i sj!-.,je copy of tins paper i, an in ii lit ion t o sifosot fie SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. ki i iris. I- rein ! to .1.1!' Ill Sua i - o,v Sect ' rey, ;sMi; l t; M M-tio-. for i tie M A.'.'ne Ala M-.-t . Ni v..m, MM; Sect , Vtltt Ol I e ." HI, S- ' I !. aleO llle Mil; i e nn Si i ( iWioti, :ti i; s,.,. i ,,!, w a-li liuu-.' . on- ili w v . 1'iiin; o. ss'iiiio M. nan, Sect, ..,, ,1,,-t ll, HOI; , W , I. ,,,1 . 1, I '.'a, 1 ! fill Seel. New 1! w-a. : in, s,-,-. , , u ,i k. 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V -MieiliU's ,,tt Hisi :,, iii,-, 'I Hi -elavs It' eaell Ituiulli, ill S i. m, jn Ion ,'s ,1. ill. i"-r. uiii st ,s s., Ht'ettilw in-l-iilitii-.iiil Mueller, l.'l VV'avirlv I'laee, Or t:ai,i.. r l.iluary .leent : I r,. ,1, iteimelis, lis VV ill . in I, nl Ave, 'l'lie H'.iecloiy of seteiay i Ierman American seC'lulis will he fiuiiul In 11ki;s,ii.it, AtU'cvtiscmcnts. MANIFESTO of Till' CO.M.MfMST I'AHTY itv Carl Marx and Frederick E .I'e'ioi I -', ,,( 7'(ini.s-'o,"oit, ;,, innl .1 i,i(.,'(,i'i , I'n I 'rulri n A' I 'mi ,'s. "The Manifesto h.-ci becoine :t h isl i ii ie:i 1 ilooili'ii nt which w ,' base no loiieei ,'iti) I ii; lit lo nlier." I' till I,, - - - III ( is. 4" i'y lin-llHslllK ; l;liily OUT M t'llllt'K we Iiihuv .a ,er rent. 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