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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

House Standing on de Co'ner. ELLIS B. HARRIS. Air -Standing on de Co'ner Didn't Mean No Harm. Standing on de co'ner, didn't mean no fuss, Wid my daisy, my emblem Up came a coon and he began to cuss My Bryan, my candidate I out wid my augiment and j^abe to it a fling Dat'coon found he was treading on de silber money wing. Now he's sorry dat he triffled wid de money. Chorus Oh my constituents tell me true I)o you lub me as I lub yo? Oh my constituents tell me true Do you lub me as I lub yo? Dis coon said silber dolla's was only fifty cents Dis hoo-doo, coo-coo I said I'd buy at 80 and take de consequence, But de big ham didn't hab am So he said de agitation ob de silber money men Was de reason he was busted and he'd hab gold dolla's when Ma^ifk Hanna plays de piano in de White He said silber mon' was a lot of white trash Dis liber colo'ed sliber But he didn,t hab anuffob it to buy a plate ob hash No indeedee, he was seedee So I offered him a quata' an' when fo' it he reached I told hi...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Hartley-Chellew Go. Correspondence Invited. Fruits, Wholesale Commission Merchants. Vegetables, Dairy and Farm Produce. Orders Carefully and Promptly Filled. We Push the "Dacotah" and "Gill" Brands of FIOUP. References—Mercantile Agencies, Marine National Bank, Duluth. 108 We jt Michigan St., DULUTH. Union (Wlan to §\& &taU. A Butcher Setting Brick and a Cigar Man play nig Longshoreman. &Qat tfl to bo it QBogs. Some laboring men buy shoes of a clothing store and tobacco of a peanut joint and kick because they get beat D.QK. 2 THE LABOR WORLD Jj0oe (JJtan Don't pretend to know any business except the shoe business. You get good shoes, fair treatment, aud satisfaction guaranteed at WMtx's West Duluth, Minn. Send in your subscriptions to the LABOR WORLD. $1.00 in advance. Six months, 50 cents. Three months, 25 cents. §btoxt One year, Tessman & Belliveau IVkolesafe Cigars UNION MADE. Clear Havana & Domestic. 201 West Michigan St. DULUTH UNION DIRECTORY. Duluth Federa...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

other time. Their existence in those spheres cannot be denied. Instead of individual production for the use and benefit of the indi­ vidual producer, we have come through the evolutionary process to a state of collective form of pro­ duction for individual benefit. The form of production is changed, the form of appropriation of the product is the same. This antago­ nism between the modern form of producing goods and the form of their appropriation is dnily caus­ ing untold suffering to humanity and is the cause of such a glaring inconsistency: the richer the coun­ try the poorer the people, the wealth of the country falling more and more into the hands of a few. It is also the cause of the industrial panics when people are punished with starvation because they have produced too much. It has become a social anachronism. Is it not then historically reasonable that harmony between the form of pro­ duction and the form of appropria­ tion of the product, without which the productive powe...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Did you know that the We have also Address: Benefit 9 An institution organized and doing business right here in Duluth, is giving more indemnity in case of accident or sickness, in proportion to cost, than any other responsible company? The Association has been successful from the start, having been organized by men well known and financially responsible. It has just paid its thirty second benefit claim, bringing the ag­ gregate up to nearly $2000. Call at the office in Chamber of Com­ merce and get full particulars. W. H. HUBBARD, A. H. W, ECKSTEIN, If you are in need of PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. Fire Insurance On your dwelling or household goods call upon C. A. & E. D. FIELD, Also Houses and Flats for rent, and general Real Bstate and Loan agency. C. A. & E. D. FIELD, 19 Exchange Bid?., DULUTH, dlNN. William C. Sargent Co. Coal, Wood, Real Estate Buy your Coal of a home concern. 100,000 ACRES of land in St. Louis County, suit­ able for farms, for sale on easv terms. WM. C. SAR...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Evolution the Emancipation of Labor. UNIONIST. Many are the men who believe that monopolistic rule will find its end in an uprising- of the people. Some are assured that the day will dawn when the mobility will rise up in arms and that the world will run red with blood. Others believe that this detestible reign of money power will meet its death in the ballot box. Who can say that such things will not happen? All re­ forms were born of the mob!!! Dis­ content is progress!! Monopoly preaches contentment hoping thereby tc lull the advancement of labor to sleep. Contentment is the horse that privilege rides to death. The contented toiler, if his satisfaction is detrimental to the welfare of the majority, is but a relic of the dark ages. If all man­ kind in the ages past had said: "Contentment is a virtue let us be satisfied with our present condition let no man dare to upset our peace of mind under penalty of death." What would have been the history of the world today? Would not the ne...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

6 SABRIB G. AKIN, The Labor World A BI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. Office, 215 Woodbridge Bldg., Duluth. SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance $1.00 Six month, 50 Three month 25 Single copies, 5 cents. Advertising rates made known on application Editor and Publisher. Letters and articles relating to the social problem are solicited. Entered at the postoffice at Dnlnth, Minn., as second class matter. Get ready for Labor Day, September 7. Don't forget that Labor Day this year comes on Monday, September 7. Eugene V. Debs will speak at Kansas City, Kansas, on Labor Day, September 7. Another speech like the one Thurston gave and you won't find a gold bug in Duluth. Many of the labor organiza­ tions of Cleveland, Ohio, a're learning all the latest military drills. The socialist party has nom­ inated Charles H. Matchett of Brooklyn for president, and Alderman McGuire of Paterson, N. J., for vice-president. The labor organizations of Duluth are making great prep­ arations for Labor Day. It will excell any...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Not as They Would Have Us Be­ lieve. In Duluth we are told by our gold bug friends that while bimetallism may be popular here, the conditions are excep­ tional and everywhere else the people are solid for the gold standard. In Stearns county, they say, everything is going for McKinley, Morris and gold. A gentlemen well qualified to give testimony informs us that at St. Cloud they tell the peo­ ple that while free silver is rampant and dominant in Stearns county, in Duluth the sentiment for the white metal has dwindled until it is all but extinct. They are like the "Man from Androscoggin Or some down Eastern plnce Who heard of a famous country Away out in the west," and after following the elusive Eldorado for weeks that length­ ened into months finally found it, for unknown to himself, hav­ ing circumnavigated the globe in his pursuit of the phantom, one brilliant Sunday morning as he steered his canoe o'er the swelling billows, "He found himself at home." There is this difference t...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

MEN'S $3.00 Style, Wear, Fit and Comfort all combined in our Shoes. THEY WEAR LIKE IRON. Phillips & Co., 218 West Superior St., Duluth. a H. T. DINHAM, Choice Havana and Domestic CAfclVRS, Tobaccos, Pipes, Etc. Labor Union trade solicited. 21 W. Superior St. Duluth. 8 THE LABOR WORLD ^^The Popular Clothing Store The Best Lighted Store in the City. In the City for Union Men to trade is at •v:§• ••••!.. •v.. LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S AND BOY S SUITS AT POPULAR PRICES. We cater to the wants of the mechanics and laboring men. CHAS. W. ERICSON, Journeymen Horseshoers, 09. Meets on first and Third Wednesdays of each month at HamHy's shop. Secretary, John McNicholl, Palmer house, Duluth. Stone Cutters. Meets on first and third Mondays of each month at 104 West Second street. Secre­ tary, G. H. Thompson. Glen Avon, Duluth. Tin, Sheet Iron and Cornice Workers. Meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month at Electrical Workers hall. Secretary, Tim Timlin, 731 West First...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

what they say, they think that an increased demand for iron will make the iron mines close down that the necessity of hauling to market a bountiful crop would force the railroads into the hands of a receiver, and that if the western farmers be­ came able to live in two-story houses all the sawmills would be compelled to cease opera­ tions. To the western farmer free silver means higher prices for wheat and corn to the southern farmer higher prices for cotton to the stock raiser higher prices for beef and pork to the lumberman a better de­ mand for building material to the railroads and shipping in­ terests more products to be handled to the manufacturing industries increased demand for all kinds of wares and ma­ chinery. Prosperity among these classes to a workingman seems to indicate a better de­ mand for iron. Increased de­ mand means higher prices. And the iron mine owner who would close down his plant in the face of higher prices for his product certainly belong to "a new breed ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

10 The New Fall UA E. E. ESTERLY, Arriving Every Hour. OVERCOATS The New Fall SUITS The New Fall ...TROUSERS The New Fall Boys' Clothing The New Fall HATS The New Fall SHOES The New Fall Underwear It's time you were think­ ing of your "Fall Outfit­ ting." You're sure to think of us when you do. STRICTLY A FAIR HOUSE. Your Money Back if You Want it. Williamson & Mendenhall, 125-127 W. Superior Street. OUR BEST AD. Pleased and Satisfied Customer' We try and take pains to have everything right and satisfactory to our customers, and when it is otherwise, we are more than will­ ing to correct it. Any goods found unsatisfactory either in quality or price can be returned within ten days and your money refunded. CHAS. S. PIERCE, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware- I9I8 W. Superior St. THE LABOR WORLD Watchmaker & Jeweler. 105 W. Superior Street, 2nd Floor. All Other Work Accordingly. A. A. of Iron and Steel Workers. On the first and third Saturdays of each month meets at West Duluth. Sec­...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

the classes with their wealth and aristocratic tendencies would array themselves against the masses and their love of democratic liberty, is here at last. The time when good citi­ zenship can ignore public ques­ tions, or take positions upon them from hearsay evidence, or vote for this man and that man simply because he is a good fellow and regardless of his political affiliations, has passed away. The destiny of the republic for another gen­ eration is to be decided. See to it, my friend, that in this con­ test your influence is exerted intelligently. Another bank closed. Good! The people will learn enough to own the banks and run them in their own interest sometime after they have become tired of the damnable banking system that is making paupers of the millions. The opinion is generally ex­ pressed that a weaker legislature ticket than the one Joe Sellwood has had made to order lor the tories could have been put to­ gether only with the utmost difficulty. Vail is a saloonkeeper, ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

12 US' O'LEARY Will Lecture on Love, Courtship, Marriage, and Divorce. Admission, 10 Cents. Liberal Advances Made Correspondence on Consignments. Solicited. ANDREW H. BURKE, 502, 504, 506 and 508 Board of Trade, Grain Commission, —i DULUTH, MINN. 12-13 Chamber of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ICE CREAM Purest and Finest. ICE CREAH SODA All Acknowledge we have the Best. CANDIES In Purity and Excellence We Stand at the Top. LUNCHES All We Ask is that You Try Them. BAKERY For Anything in Fancy Bakerv Goods— COME. MORRISON & SMITH. Tel. No. 80. 406 W. Superior St, I THE LABOR WORLD Nopraanna flail, Monday Evening, fltigiisf 17 Office Rooms: 208 W. Superior St., over Duluth Trunk Factory. Hours, 2 to 5 p. m. NBULTATION Longshoremen, 38. Every second and fourth Friday meets at Connors' Point, West Superior. Coopers and Machine Workers. Third Wednesday of each month meets at Union hall, West Superior. Swedish Labor Club. Every Friday meets at union hall, West Superior. Carpente...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

"•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a* •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a* ii:i OCAL. :::i L4 The Lyceum boycott is still on, reports to the contrary notwith­ standing The failure of the Security Bank caught the Carpenters' union for a neat little sum of money. The Typographical union has purchased a $125 banner and won't be behind the rest of 'em on Labor Day. The pressmen's baseball club has been organized and the printers also have organized. There will be a game between them. The building trades council meets next Wednesday to pro­ ceed with the details of organiz­ ation, The remainder ot the officers will be elected. The members of the Trades Council report good progress. The by-laws have been drawn up anJ sent out to the different organizations for adoption. Slave Driver Vincent, the west end saw mill man is reported as saying he longs to see the time when laboring men will be glad to work for 65 cents a day. Of course Mr. Vincent is a gold bug. The unions which were s...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway OPERATES THE ONLY DINING CAR Running out of Duluth. Lowest Rates and Through Connections for all Points East. Low Fare Summer Tours by Railroad or Lake. I APkTF GEO. W. HIBBARD,' Com'i Agt., Gen'l Pass. Agt., 426 Spalding Blk, Marquette, Mich. Duluth, Minn The Astounding Vitoscope. SOMETHING ABOUT EDISON'S NEWEST AND MOST MARVELOUS INVENTION NOW BEWILDERING NEW YORK. Amazement sits upon the faces of all who witness the effects of the Vitoscope, sayathe New York Sun. It is the climax of the wizard's wonders Living, moving figures are re­ flected upon a canvas as real and life-like as nature. Imagine sitting in a theatre and looking at the ocean's waves rolling upon the beach, and seeing men, women and children bathing,laugh­ ing, tossing about in the surf just as perfectly as if one was sitting on the beach at Newport. If you can bring your imagination to under­ stand this you can comprehend the results of the vitoscope. The interior of a ma...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

Capital and Surplus to Deposits. In the following comparisons it is not the intention of the writer to destroy the confidence of any one in the banks as we have an account with two of the banks whose figures are used for comparison. We wish to make the people realize that the Associations in which they are invited to invest or deposit money are so managed as to not have too much risk taken by the shareholders nor too much deposits taken from the depositors. Three leading banks of Duluth have $1,877,031 of capital and sur­ plus to $3,872,768 of deposits, or $1 to protect from loss each $2.06 of deposits. Three leading Building & Loan Associations (Union, Zenith and Climax) have $140,564 of capital and surplus to $50,061 of deposits, or $1 to protect from loss every 35 cents of deposits. The associations do not receive deposits to exceed one-half of mort­ gage assets. The issue of certificates of deposit payable on short notice is limited to not exceed $1000 to one party. No depos...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

16 A Thought on iloney. The dollar stamp that is printed on a gold piece never enhances its value. It is always a dollar, like every other dollar, neither more nor less. To get the piece of gold it is printed on, men might pay ten dollars or a hundred dollars. It is not the money stamp they must pay for but the metal, for they would pay the same for the metal if there were no stamp on it. As a curiosity for rare coinage, men pay five dol­ lars for the dollar gold piece—five times the present value of the metal. This is for the combination of stamp and metal, the same as is true in the price of silver dollar of mintage 1804—$5.00. But where the whole gold coinage of a nation rises above other money, it is not the money that rises but the metal on which the money stamp is printed or impressed. Gold money never advances over any other money, no matter the material on which stamped, if the other money is by law endowed with the same legal power, but the gold itself might, and easily cou...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

IS fd fL I je Ww i&S SW5 gi pi fei #*s fc&i sir & p: ksi /j W a 1* §s! 5 16 A Thought on Honey. The dollar stamp that ia printed on a gold piece never enhances its value. It is always a dollar, like every other dollar, neither more nor less. To get the piece of gold it is printed on, men might pay ten dollars or a hundred dollars. It is not the money stamp they must pay for but the metal, for they would pay the same for the metal if there were no stamp on it. As a curiosity for rare coinage, men pay five dol­ lars for the dollar gold piece—five times the present value of the metal. This is for the combination of stamp and metal, the same as is true in the price of silver dollar of mintage 18()4r—$5.00. But where the whole gold coinage of a nation rises above other money, it is not the money that rises but the metal on which the money stamp is printed or impressed. Gold money never advances over any other money, no matter the material on which stamped, if the other money ...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

',*t* SiF- •4 "r .':,4*' T. A Mr* p^""* 73 ?v*rf is- _+,* „f A 'tiW 3b-*-1*, 45 frt V' w* *~i 3 d, jr^y &.*•• K* .-f? sresjj* "i «. V"*'^.?^'' s$* «.* *ft j*:? ,*''^J~»£** "4ir* i*V »$&**• X^-V- Yi vT I,- 3 %M «Xi '"-A *»v A i# 1 »T ""Up *, '.i 7' iC^ #1 v\s 1 3" «lj %?P *?W & ,- V* *&a c°«1Paay"h**5*een. &<$• •is-'- "ssra!^j)«l.&:g 4-v :v^of Che Pacific coast and- was induced to stop over atif* gpulutli oti itsSyay to. New York where -it opens the^I a a a a *-'ii «. K"£$"j C'^ K& ftS". •Hf ptayWalt the,bigr'citie%,J »v V-1 W "1 J# 4 ll* ^-r ,v' \\.: 'iH rt!k ——^WiS :f:^ £SS HM| |®^Mf':ppiS^aP w! K^."'5

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

^jV ($ fjftf r- I A E E n!V^ Prices TO, 15 and 25 Cts. __ 1'1 NEW PIANOS, $150,00 to $500.00. NEW ORGANS, $28.00 to $150.00. Terms—Cash, or Easy payments with­ out interest. Every Instrument war­ ranted for ten years. Satisfaction guar­ anteed to all purchasers. We guaran­ tee absolutely the best values in the United States Catalogues free. Address, '*1 ifct aiuii iit in iii Hiii *pr KOPS BROS., 24 Adams St., Chicago. VT%vi commencing Monday, August 17, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, a£ This company has been playing-all the,big- cities of the Pacific coast and was induced to stop over at Duluth on its way to New York where it opens the regular season. The Sah Francisco Examiner says: "The Jack Falstaf Company is the finest comedy company ever seen on the Pacific coast. The Portland Oregonian says: "Never was a Port­ land audience so enthusiastic as over the Jack Falstaff Company in "The Snowball." «v,lk & r'-y i: "M-r s. \IK* «r W i"* iY\^ -"i- y^' -A #«sr^ VM •V-S* V**ft3VH»1r...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The labor world. — 15 August 1896

|1 tJm', A.,'- 1% Sf Si Vi. r' I U-y Irf r4. r-i 'I 1 5? ft 4ft £g •j!#/ viiif: •. 5&S -."•M »•. :«=ii yii.v ?£jf: i*r .v $Rv ®Sf v#:i tm&£• 'i '•S'i-z Mi*. •i* ••.as-. :£•$ "iV .rf« •ji*. •2 m-• .•jv :v. V** •ivst: Only about six weeks more and it will not be necessary for the people of Duluth and of the adjacent cities and towns to buy their beer in Milwaukee, slm St. Louis and the Twin Cities. Unexcelled facilities for brewing, storing, cooling, bottling and deliver­ ing. A modern and complete plant for preserving an even cool temperature for the beer while in store in various stages previous to kegging and bottling. *4.^ V* 'Av-\ VV "V'"' in a few weeks. and economically. -'v- V- AVII«**V I Our new Brewery—to be one of the finest and most thoroughly appointed in the Northwest, and equipped with all modern beer making machinery—is fast nearing completion and will be ready *f»# We expect to be ready to fill orders on or about September 1st, and will thereafter be in a* pos...

Publication Title: Labor World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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