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Mount Carmel Semi Weekly Item (Newspaper) - May 30, 1900, Mount Carmel, Illinois 43 MAY 30. 1900. Organizing (i AN ARTICLE EXCLU flj SIVELY FOR THE ITEM BY I JOHN L. two dollars a ct upon be in the near or far distant The workingman and the merchant and the will be to somewhere in the battle if they do not propose to Then W build the wreath of victory I around your be - NEW response to an urgent call in which place an patronage is Dr. A. number of men in society who hold Longshore has acted on the thousand in money I quest in such a manner as to give stocks as how many such Mt. and the people are there throughout the benefit of his professional It is said are week the doctor will hundred in New York to If so then there be who have ten in the building for many dollars in capital not by is a laboring man's on Independence fleet that such uf In the meanwhile the as produce and yet gent dental parlors will be present lines of compelled to furnish pix much labor product as out of the toil of the capitalized It is for this reason tlie allowed to get Lubor is the only element that can support Whoever does not work must be supported by those who do Does it not then inevitably lift itself to that a part nf society are forcibly compelled to support another while the latter part are absolved from rendering any To get at the roi t of the matter then this bottom question must be what of machinery do these countless thousands of ten thousand capitalists come to acquire 'the means by which they make labor their If they all get it by their own labor their relieved of at least If of outrageous Of couise case they would have no right to reap they not sown and gather where not but half would be forgiven if by any crook they would enslaving capital had been acquired by their own The machinery by which are armed with the to devour the substance of hibor is discriminating legislation framed to suit certain blasphemous fictions known as the rights of these fictions and is land and mineral considered as an absolute property Such an artificial right in natural wealth being opposed to natural cannot possibly be sustained except by forcible monopoly of the soil backed by the coercive machinery of the But government sustain this monopoly by ihen rent and royalty are inevitable and both are the prime source of capital not ac. quired by Following land monopoly comes monopoly of the means of transportation and in short all the prime sources of equal opportunity for tlie many are monopolized to the and so the great mountain of artificial ca formed into trusts and corporations is heaped upon the shoulders of laoor to oppress and ci ush it. Under the pastoral system the notion of property in tlie soil began to But property was not or oi was limited to of land which the herds allowed lo the ura i system as Ix 1. J was iu all by force or for disinherit themselves and the country is the wealth of nature is common to when the gets old every farm is a but that which t the as ion When I say these is not a remote possibility of a reconciliation between and capital I will be accused of silliness by 1 ask the reader if it is nor as phi in as day that capital liy its very commits a direct assault and upon labor wherever it is Can an robbed and insulted party be expected to go hand in hand with the party that falls upon It with murderous I ask the reader to scan the position I have stated as shown by tea pita labor and then its means of gain witli those of ordinary If it carries conviction then face the issues press more and more seriously and settled Dr. Eugene a and lor tlie past two years a student at the Philadelphia Dental will liave charge of the local office but will be three days a week by the doctor who will retain the We are sorry to see the Doctor and his family leave this but we wish them every complete programme of the services for this morning was given in our last Post 02, G. 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Garfield Camp 84, Sons of the Relief Corps and the Drum Corps meet at the Army hall Ibis morning early enough to form into line and leave there about eight The usual ceremonies will be conducted at the several Ann rican War rans been given a in and all members of that body are to the decoration at local cemeteries committees will repair to Locust and perform the mony In the afternoon a squad of Sons of will drive to Hear a number of old veterans are from pure cream of the food against baking powders arc the greatest to health of the present royal baking new morning the on the Coal producers are keeping the tonnage well under says the Coal Trade prices are being held Soft coal is going to all the lake and the movement this year is expected to be much in of last In the East it is said the business is not so Hopes of a break seems to be entertained tlie strong The tidewater market seems to be about as well supplied as it ever was and is an easiness to tlie situation which is quiet There is plenty of soft coal available and when transportation facilities are as they are tlie buyer waits for the Coastwise freights are much and so far Is i was a r of on li nds Sadie on at Joseph and Robert tint of 1 son were visitors to rans and the Relief Corps Michael of was attended divine service in the | ontei in Mt. Carmel over Methodist AIT three organizations were very well A powerful Assortment of. and BREASTED SACK perfectly We have some specially swell styles from the tailor shops of STERN Rochester's foremost fashion These suits are made from every fabric that has strength and character and in every style that will please various Prices begin a strictly tirst class Cheviot or Cassimere suit in blue and fancy patterns and up fine imported Worsteds and You should not buy your suit until you see we have to 25 27 N. Oak of sentiment and Christlike was preached by the Rev. Samuel The dis course was able and and the i many lofty expressions in it sank deep into the hearts of the CONVENTION AT JUNE 10, at Cheap Excursion Rates via delphia accomodate visitors to the Ih National the Railway has to sell there is quite a FATHER John E. was in attendance on his sick Milton at his home in near on Saturday when he liis He had only been abed for about a week witli an acute of Deceased was 68 years of a veteran of the Civil was a prosperous farmer and respected resident of that A sons and two The late Lemuel Parry of was a lie funeral was held yesterday evening the Alumni Association of the Mt. Carmel School met in annual session in Kiefer's After an amusement the disposed of an Dancing and other entertainment until a late The attendance this year was unusually I adjournment the Alumni for tlie ensuing Edgar was chosen president and York secretary and from all Ticket Stations to at the low rate of j for the with minimum of oO between and 12 ears of age These tickets will sold going June to inclusivi and will he good for return June full as to rale oi time vif Ticket Agents or address Edson Passenger Reading who is visiting heie from Sunday in Elizabeth left Monday afternoon for where slie ill visit Penman left ing for v. Ik re he ill I make his h oio I Monday i morning 10 his dumi - 01 pi 1' b i- 1 s ' M w I i ol Sii i. 1 II - C I Ills w 1 I h h I ij i r ' I M 11 h here V 1 11 1 I M 1 11 I i vi 11 n nf 11 11 r. I i i 1- il M ih 1 hilf I S. 1 sire, I ' A. R. Rates to Pa via Pennsylvania Account O. the G. A. R. Department of at June 2-<J, the Pennsylvania Railroad will sell excursion tickets to from all on pM ne I I 111 the I I 11 sc Mil w ns the ' 111 - er- Sill i h Il 111 M s I l bs 111 spi lit I 1 1 s 11 t t 1 f 11 un h O sti t r 1st 1 rri ti W i. h 1 ina 11. a lormer M t. hin now located in I'll r I m Sn 111 Gettysburg lo a few days line in the of at fare for the round trip be sold and good going June 2 o and to return until June 11, inclusive rate fifty ooi held an adjourned evening to close the All bills were the salaries a ml t he s of the board and made ready for the new who will be swoi n in next TURNEO Hill's c historical Wild West is without any exception the we have seen for many It is a ng a lid d i i At the tln ir I vast canvass i k a nd in e vein im b 1 I were to d in ' D. John and of ' came on and spent the Ari bur John on South Vine si it Mercha t Louis left New there to take steamer for lie will be gone three months in and while will visit the I OF M. W. ON Memorial at 2 o'clock in he there will be a mass meeting of the Mine mi ihe town Speakers 1 n will appear aro T. J. J ickson and Michael of is invited to aMend the FOR morning Harris amount in the ( iena I for the famine stricken of India had n ami tlie snin v. ill i iin It was free will a nd t 111' will he a ( incl sen 1 to in ii know have ' will therefore we i 1 not one as you 1 at our windows hi J A. under W. ilic work of remodeling Irvin's big street loweri ng tlie to level wilh the Willi a new front and the store room d Trvin is going to have one of handsomest and substantial store rooms in 11 1 your pressare in is 1 in your And your Voa r anJ Do you the And are you i The sill a E At of lo press scores of v em ing for the A ' BILL'S Despite the drenching rain people through the doors of the monster canvas enclosed to witness Ihe performance given by Pawnee Bill's Wild which delighte 1 t act directly on the They cure and they been Family iMce All I P for They iiio a 1 ciin now walk from tour wi t limit ire if 1 iiuc bueu Jn K. V n IIB the Shirt weather is Where is there a I dy who not this n can wear the cool and w. and colors and An i 50,: tucked in Cth 7:., h z h Skirt i 1 cotton colors tan blu or At 50 with white at 50c. CARPETS stock on hand we offer at much lower than they are worth All carpets bought later will cost us more and we'll have to the retail price Take advantage of the stock on hand and get your carpet at low f from 55 at 90c and from Body Brussels from Ingrain and 25c yard All wool extra Ingrain a and tack carpets free of
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