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THE EFFECT ON
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swercil In the Kullwuy
wiii ui: mim:.owm:ks i'koi it
Vliile C"M of Snpilic Advance an-J Value
ol Mr Dicrrav lailer fret Silver
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Sent. . at 2 r. m. OALC SHOES. FINE FURS
1111 J contliiiie until li,ft0 In ruiscJ from T1AIMN 1 UdHtd
the ntock. Sale positively without reserve. inl Thousands of
GOO COMMERCIAL. HT. other roods.
H. FRIEDMAN, Auctioneer
Astoria & Columbia River
Heglnnlng on Monday, Bept 14th,tralns on tha A. and C. R. R. R. mill
run aa follows:
Leave Seaxldo at 7:50 a, m. dally.
I avo RfMuhle at 8 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Leave Seaside at 4 p. m. Sunday.
Leave Astoria at 9 a, m. dally.
Leae Astoria at 4:46 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Leave Astoria at 5:30 p. m. Sunday. C. F. LESTER, Supt.
Oregon Industrial Exposition
SEPT. 19 TO OCT. 17
The Ki'eat rcMiuirccM of the Puclllc Northwest, Agriculture, Horticul
ture, 1 Ishcries, Mines, Manufactures, Machinery, Transpor
tation, Trade and Commerce will he represented
more completely than ever before.
Grand Band Concert Every Afternoon and Evening
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS EVERY NIGHT
Lowest Rates Ever Hade on All Transportation Lines
ADMISSION, 25c: CHILDREN, 10c
for Exhibit space, apply to Geo. L. Baker, Superintendent, at the building
E. C. MA8TEIN, Secretary,
To III.- Ciillwny Ak-:-
I have re'l your circular, 'The war
on tin- 1 iiKi-cuiiier," and I munt cuii
t, m n H,-ir much punl'-d over It, nnd
um uiiMniia to he Informi-d by you. . .
I'k like til tin-: Mow ucenn lienetlt tho
mine ouncrn by KlvliiK railway em
ploea a .'.J-cesit dollar'' If I hit dollar
In only um th hnlf us much, how wilt the
ml no-own it gain? J. It. llMONIl.
A great many c-orrrapondenta have
nkcd u this aiiiiic iuim(lon, and from
the lone of mutiy let tela It Is evident
that the urlti-rs really think that they
have caUKht UK In a bad corner, and
that the dlllU ulty which they present Is
How can silver mine-owners derive
any hem-fit by K"ttlnK twicv as many
d. ilium for their silver If those dollars
are only going to be worth half as much
apiece? If tiny only get two 50-cent
dollars wlu-re now they get one 100-cent
lollar, how 1 un they come out ahead?
Of courne tlu-y cannot. It looks that
wsy, doi-s It not? Ix-t us see.
There Is a silver mine, say. In Colora
do, which employs 40 men. Wugcs
aversiie l: : a diiy. The pay roll, there
fore, amounts Id II.Oou a day Let us
'call It fr.ii.iiH) a year.
The other eXpenms of the mine are
llnn.mai a year
Tin l.iticl ,-xpeniies. tin n forc. are
The output of the mine Is I.Vkj.o-iO.
The pro!tt. therefore. Is t:,iin0 a year.
This Is idiclti. Is It not?
Now, tippne that fre silver Is ado
ed. The output of the mine. liMtoud of
being I.Ml.ml a yeir. Is now taken I
the mint mid coined Int.) !l.oouo
Tlu-y lire ii-ceiil dollars, however, a
It tllkes twlre lis IllltllV uf them to buv
machinery and xtippllcs of nil kinds,
the pii.es . r which liuvc been murk
Therefore, th.- "Kc-m-ral expenses." in
steiul of beliiK ltN.i.iHKi a year, are In
creased to I.'ihi.ikio a year. So far th
mine uvv ncrs ure not much ahead.
The pay roll Is the same us before
hecuuse though the silver output
doubli-d lu Its dollar value. It Is only the
same amount of silver, and no mure
labor Is rinploy.il In netting It out. The
pny rolls, therefore, are :i.'.0.0cJ a year.
The total expensce, then are l.'iM.OOO.
The output, um we huve seen. Is 1,
The profits are $i;.0.tKl.
ow. me proms at present, us vve
have seen, ure only l.'.O.iMKi. The net giiln
by the. adoption of fi-c-e silver to the
mine owners Is JIW.ono 11 jisir.
Now, we nro Im-kIhiiIiik to j;et Ht the
meat of the situation. The "free um!
unlimited l-ti-l dollars would be In
fuct and In piiichiislnu iwvvnr only a f.O
cent dollar. It would Immediately be
m-cessicry to pay twice as many of
them to buy any article abnmd, or any
Imported icrtlcle In this country. Ev
ery manufacturer who uses imported
material In his goods would huve to
raise his prices, and so, by df (trees, the
prices of everything would ga up. Ev
erything would ultimately cost twice a
much as It does now Just as It does
In Mexico or Just as It did In this coun
try when we had a depreciated curren
cy. Rut one thing would not go up in
price or at most It would go very
slightly and that Is labor.
w ages would stay where they are.
Fewer men would be employed, as a
result of the general Injury to business.
Those who were employed would get
the same wages, or very little more.
The employes of railways would cer
tainly not get any more. The employes
In various lines of manufacturing would
probably get more after a considerable
time and after they had starved tor
awhile and then struck. The employes
In sliver mines would be In tho same
The mine owners can well afford to let
prices of most commodities go up. They
can well afford to pay twice as much
for most things thut they huve to buy;
because they will pay the same for labor.
They can well afford to have each
one of their million dollars a year worth
only hnlf ns much when they get five
times as many of them In net protU.
That Is tho terrible part of the free
silver program. It Is what wo have al
ways called It, a "War on the Wage
Earner." It singles out for punishment
the man who works for a fixed salary
or for wages. The prices of everything
will go up. His wages will only be
worth half as much and there will be
no way In which he can double them.
Fortunately the vvage-enrneis can pro
tect themselves by votlnir for honest
money; and they Intend to do It. Hut
the curious thing Is, that the wage-
earners In the silver mines do not seem
to u n.li-i nln ml all this. Tln-y do not !
appear to grasp the fio t that while the '
mlue.ow tiers' profits will be multiplied
some live Mi tor at li-nst two-ntnl-u-'
half times, allow lug fur the clix-p-iis '
In imrchukimc power) th'-lr lm ornes-the :
v id in. of t loir wages-will l. cut In two.
The mlin-ow ni-r will make hla profit en
tirely nut of his employes, He now
pays tin-in IJ.'iO i. day. t ruler free
rllvir, he would take thut 12. 'Ji to the
mint and get j. He would pay the em
ploye .'.5()aiid put Z.V) In his pocket.
i:ut the t: which he paid to Ids
employe would only be eiunl to 1.!5 to
day. That Is where the w uge-.-aj-iier
"comvs in" with the Do-cent dollar coin
age. Thi-r would, of course, be i, the
mine-owner this additional profit, vix
that Willi" his silver would double In
value luimedliitely, the prh e of other
things would go up only by degrees.
And until everything uu actually dou-
i bled In price the mine-ow n. r would be
so much uhi-ad. This would I.- a very
Important Item of profit, l.u. It need
not be considered In this argument, be
cause the money which he would make
out of Ills employes Is money enough.
We think thut now we can see wheth
er the mine-owner would profit by J0
Kiiln Could Not Diimpvti the Ardor of
the People Who Met in
THE (iKNEKALS MAKE A HIT
Tho Opera Mostcs Could Sot Hold the Peo
ple Vko Wilted to Hear Tliea Talk
Six Tb(iand ia the
Line of larch.
RLI'OHTS AllE IiENIKD.
New York. October 6. As Chairman
Hanna was leaving the Jtepubllcan
beiiiuarters this afternoon, he was
asked w hat theie was In the report that
he had written a friend In which be
conceded the election of Hryan, bellev
t lie llcpuhlti ana were unable to control
the labor vote. Sir. Hanna replied:
"The report la absurd on the face of
It. I have not written such a letter, nor
have I at any time said anything capa
ble of such construction. I have too
much confidence In the Intelligence and
Integrity of the American wags earner
to believe that he will vote for a pol
icy or supisirt a candidate upon a plat
form which m-utis repudiation and a
"All our reports In. Unite that the ma
jority of worklnxmen are with us."
At the Itopubllcan head'iuarters tc
nlght the n-nt that Mr. H iKart. Re
publican candidate for Vice-president,
hcjongol to a han! imi trust, which it
1st. Joseph, Jlo October . General
Alger and his party of sound money
crusaders reached St. Joseph tonight In
the midst of rain, and received a gener
ous welcome, special trains were run
Into St. Joseph from all directions to
meet the ; arty, which was made up of
'ieneruls Alger. Sickles. Howard, Stew
art, Marsden. Corporal Tanner, Major
J. W. Hurst, Col. Hopkins and others.
The party w as nrcelved by 5.000 people
who forme. a procession and escorted
by the Veteran McKlnley Club, made a
parade of the principal Btrtts Over
S.OOO men were In line. Two opera
houses were totally Inadequate to fur
nish room for the crowds and an over
flow meeting was held.
At the Toole Opera House the Hon.
C. II. Edgar, editor of the News, pre
sided. OeneraJ Sickles spoke first and
was followed by General Howard, Gen
eral Alger, General Marsden and Major
At the Crawford Opera House Hon.
C. A. Mono-man presided and Introduc
ed Corporal Tanner, who was followed
by Generals Xlarsden and Stewart, and
also by General Howard, w ho had been
brought over from the other opera
The party left for Ottumna, Iowa, to
night. IN LEAVENWORTH.
Leavenworth. October 5. The L'nlon
generals orrived In Leavenworth be
tween 4 and 5 o clock and made a stop
of twenty nilnut.-s. It rained all the
and Secretary Jno. H. Foster said that
a calculation of the conservative re
ports shows that McKlnley and Ho-
tmrt will carry the state by over 46,000. 1
The exceptions were In Salem and Cum
berland counties, where the county
chairmen report there Is considerable
sliver sentiment among Republican farmers.
Denver. October 6. The largest loco
motive evir seen In the West, and one
of the largest In the United States,
made a trial run from Denver to PutrWo
today, hauling forty-five can. It la
calculated that this engine can run
eventy-flve miles an hour.
Liverpool, October S. Wheat, spot,
quiet; demand, poor; No. 2 red spring,
5s rXi No. 1 hard Manitoba, 6s Hd; No.
1 California, 6s 2'ri.
London, October 6. Hops, 1 lis.
New York, October 5. Hops dull Ztl'c
THE MOST IGNORANT OF CANDIDATES.
IN THE SOUTH
Rival Applause for McKlnley and
liryan Interrupts His Speech
A LIBERAL RECEPTION GIVES
Throiijhoit flij address Hack laterest
Skohi y Those ol All Farties Law
id Order, frotectloa. and the
Richmond. Va., October 5. Ex-Prel-dent
Benjamin Harrison spoke here
to about ,000 people tonight. The
meeting waa held In the Auditorium
building at the exposition grounds,
where Bryan addressed from 15,000 to
IS.000 a few weeks ago. Not quite half
the seats were taJcen. The audience
waa about equally divided between the
Times-Herald. jwo races. On the state were many
When we look back over the past one ;of ,ne leading- Democrats and RepubU-
hundred years of American history, and can. n also a sprinkling of silver
mark the contests for the presidency, Democrats. General Harrison's wife
It Is Impossible to discern In all thejWM Prent. 8h was accompanied by
list of candidates, auccessful or unsuc- ""rerJ Richmond ladle,
cessf ul, anyone aa Inexperienced, tinln- The ex-president was loudly ap
formed and shallow as William j. P'auded when he made hla appearance
From the beginning parties have,
on the stage. City Chairman N'. J.
Young called the gathering to order ad
rule, put forw ard their wisest and j Introduced the Hon. L. L. Lewis. Re-
best statesmen, and the federalists who .Publican nominee for congress, as presi
w ere defeated by the triumphant i dent of the meeting. Judge Lewis made
publican party founded by Jeffercon!"0 Dech, but In a few words Intro
were Charles Cotesworth Plnckney. Ru- iduced GenrJ Harrison. The speaker
fus King and De Witt Clinton. men ; in good voice. Rival applause tor
still renowned In our history for their ,MeKlnley and Bryan interrupted him
services to the republic several times. There were a few disor-
In later times the defeated whig can- derly Persons present and the police
dldates were Henry Clay. Daniel Web- 8JTeilte1 ome and took them
ster. Hugh L. White and General Scott, out of tlie "dln- Once the lights
while the defeated democratic candi-! went 0111 and tbe ng was In dark
dates were Lewis Cass. Stephen A. :neM flve mlnutea- durlnS wnleh Gm
Doucrlas. General McClellan. Horatio HarrUon uPnded his remark.
Seymour. Samuel J. Tilden and General When be Proceeded warmed up he
Hancock. These names are historic,
Is alleg'-d had advanced the price of aft 'rnoon but the rain did not prevent
coal, was denied.
A VERY GOOD SIGN.
The American Manufacturer of re
cent date, says: "The more favorable
conditions of the Iron and steel trade
noted luxt week still c-ontlnue. The Im
proved filling Is noticeable particularly w ith Joy on greeting their
In pig Iron, although It la hardly suill-
clent to move price. Our reports this
week show- that this approach to a re
vival of trade Is apparent at neurly all
points. In the Eastern market there Is
moro pig Iron being sold, and holders re
fuse to do anything In the present fig
ures except for Immediate delivery. In
a crowd of 2U0 people from gathering a
the depot. There were about 1.000 vet
ernns in from the National Soldiers'
Home and they were wildly enthusias
tic vviH-n the generals alighted. The vet
erans carried General Sickles to the
platform, where he spoke ten minutes
in the rain. Some of the veterans went
BALD THE CHAMPION.
Wins the Title of Champion Bicycle
Rider for the Season.
Washrlngton, October 5. Washing-
Chicago finished produc ts show nothing ton rnteretl ,he llst f the national clr
new, hut there Is a great interest In
pig Iron. Southern markets In that
product have advanced their prices.
This action of Southern furnacemen Is
noted al several points. Cleveland re
ports the past week as the brightest
since the opening of .March. At Clnctn-
cutt bicyclo races today, and upward
of S.000 persons saw the pick of the
season's cracks struggle for the title
of champion of 1S!5. The result of to
day's races gives Eddie Bald the cham
plonshlp for the season of 1S(6, yet the
laurel wreath grazed the head of Tom
tiatl the pig Iron musket shows a much Coolwr l,-v Just t,vo Points. During the
keason. Including today's events. Hold
las won races that give him 67 points,
while Cooper, who started in about the
same number of races, scored IS points
llo'.h men rode today In three races,
Canton, Ohio, October 5. Major Mc
Klnley had on unexpected delegation and Bald won two of them and Cooper
tonight, nil-First Voters' Club, of Can- one.
One mile open, piofesslonal Bald
won; Gardiner second; Cooper third
Two-thirds mile, open, professional
Bold won; Cooper second; C. A. Church
third; time, VMS.
Two mile, handicap, professional-
ton, headed by a band, marched to the
lawn unannounced, and when Mawr
McKlnley appeared upon the porch.
greeted him with three rousing cheers.
Major McKlnley addressed them bristly.
A lu fire American eagie came by ex
press todoy to Major McKlnley. It was '
sent ny btate Senator Ell Dennlson, of Tom Cooper (scraich) won; Gardinar
Oakland, Cal., accompanied by a letter j (scratch) second; Bald (Scratch) third
of greening from the Californlans. ! time, 4:575.
Major McKlnley drove Mr. McKlnley J
to tho depot this morning where she! FIORIDA'S ELFmnv
boarded the Cleveland train to spend !
tne aay. The major met her at the train , Jacksonville, FUl, October 5. Not
onlght. During the afternoon he drove since 1876 has there been bo much Inter-
In the country. i est Uken In state elections as Is dis
played In the contest that will be set
tied at the polls tomorrow. In addition
" jto state Issues, there are many countv
Wichita. Kan., October 5 The Wlchl- differences to be .itm.t a. . ,1
ta division of the Order of Railway Tef-: onIv. Democratic and RennhHe.n .inc,.
egraphers. one of the largest divisions j ttrB , ,nA s.m Kt i . --..o. ...
are Populist and Independent candi
dates. The fight, however, Is between
the Democrat and Republicans, and In
the fights for Important state offices the
Democrats will win by large majorities
Woshlmr.,. OetoW sTh, Tn.ine.iFI"y thousand votes will probably be
oillce has requested of the war depart- Uni ' the8e 11 18 imaled that
tfriiiwitti; win receive oe
f the order In America, met tonight
In special session and voted funds to old
the Canadian operators on strike.
ment the use of troops to prevent blood-
hed In the Indian Territory as the re
sult of a row over the Choctaw presl-
tween 30.000 and 35,000 for governor.
A DESERVED COMPLIMENT.
Baker City Republican.
Miss Mabel Carter, whom the High
hool him procured for the recital Frl-
uy evening, Is one of Oregon's most
ultured elocutionists. It will be a treat
to hear her. Astorlan. It will be re
membered that Miss Carter made quite
an Impression as nn elocutionist at the
nstltute held In this city last winter.
Her many friends here will be pleased
to hei-r of her continued success.
BRYAN IN TENNESSEE.
Nashville. Tenn., October 5. W. J.
Bryan arrived here tonight. The town
was wild. Red Are and Roman candles
filled the air and the streets were al
most impassable. Carriages were In
waiting for the party, and Bryan was
driven to the Haymarket, where he de
livered his drat speech.
NEW JERSEY FOR McKINLEY.
Trenton, X. J., October 5. The Repub
lican state committee held an Import
ant conference today with the chulr-
men of the different county committees.
Meany Is the leading tailor, and pays . The reports received were most enthusl-
the highest cash price for fur skins. lastlc, except In one or two Instances.
and are now the pride of every patriot.
But it may be said that Bryan is as
well known a Polk and Pierce and
Hayes were when they ra.
Certainly he Is not. All these candi
dates had already served with distinc
tion In public life. Polk had been
fourteen years a member of congress, i
twice speaker of the house and once
received better attention. HI compli
mentary references to Virginia and the
South were most liberally applauded..
Over half of Harrison's speech waa
devoted to an arraignment of th Chi
cago platform and the importance of
maintaining law and order. His argu
ments against free silver were along
the line of those he ha used In other
speeches. In closing he advocated pro
tection to American Industries. Proteev
f i.v.'rnnr of TpniiHM A Mtrlv 1CUA
he wa spoken of a a vice-presidential i"on "ld SUtlV
candidate. Pierce had been senator
from New Hampshire and wa widely
known among public men. while Hayes
had served with distinction in the war,
was twice elected to congress, and
thrice governor of Ohio.
Even Mr. Cleveland bad won national
renown for courage and intellectual
power while governor of New York be
fore he became a presidential candi
date. But Bryan Is not only Inexperienced
In public affairs. He Is the shallowest
he said. He mentioned McKlnley only
once, and that was In his final appeal
for "Law and Order," sound money,
' protection and McKinley.
At the close the general wa loudly
' applauded and many people rushed for
ward to shake his hand, ine ex-pree-Ident
and Mrs. Harrison left Immediate
ly for Charleston, West Virginia.
DESIGNS FOR SILVER SERVICE,
Through the effort of Committeeman
L. D. Cole and A. J. Marshall, the if.
of thinkers and the most Inconsequent cepted design for the battleship Ore-
oi reasoners. since nis nomination ne g0n silver service were this week by
has delivered something like two hun- permission of A. Felldenhelmer. placed
dred speeches, and there Is not In one upon exhibition In the art deDartment
of them a thought that rises above the at the exposition building, and have at
capacity of a well-informed schoolboy, tracted much attention from vUH-
He seldom addresses the reason of his The public should take advantage of
audiences, but always the emotions, this opportunity to see these drawinir
and whenever he attempts the former, 0f a silver service, of which when com
as In his Madison Square Garden pieced every Oregonian should be
speech of acceptance, it proves an utter proud. Oregonian.
He is an emotional declalmer. for- STRIKE ENDED.
ever stirring the passions of men. rous-1
ing the feelings of hatred and revenge, ; Toronto, October 5. Canadian Pacific
of the poor against the rich. He makes officials believe the telegraphers' strike
bold and oracular assertions, but he , Is nearly at an end, the chief difficulty
never proves them, nor does he try to In the way of filling vacant places being
convince the mind. ;tne hostility of outsiders toward the
Nothing better illustrates the utter men replacing the strikers. Between
recklessness of his methods than bis j Montreal and London seventy-flve spe
mentlon of the name of Henry Ward , cla' constable are distributed to pro-
Beecher in his Brooklyn speech. He , tect the company's new employes.
knew nothing about Mr. Beecher's Trains are moving on fairly good time
opinion or utterances, but he asso- i today.
elated his name with Brooklyn and as- j
sumed that Mr. Beecher would talk as
he did. Mr. Beecher was no such shal
low nerson and what he actimllv did I aostn. October 5.-Bertram C. Clar-
say scattered to the winds every utter- i'"ot' "l ""Pom iropny, and
ance on the money question that Bry-
Boston. October 5. Bertram C.
an ever made. A more fatal witness
was never called, as Mr. Depew go
With the same reckless Ignorance he
has cited Abraham Lincoln, twisting
the quotation out of Its context In order
to suit his purpose. Everywhere we
find. In whatever he has said, this same
champion live bird shot of the United
States, waa defeated here today In a
match race at fifty birds, by J. A. K.
Elliott, of Kansas City, by a score of
49 to 47.
Denver, October 5. The heavy arriv
als today indicate that thera win ha
perversion and misapplication of what near,y mfioo visUor8 , clty dur,ng
the annual carnival, the festival of
Mountain and Plain, which opens to
morrow with a great pageant of Progress.
others have said or done, and no conclu
sion can be drawn other than he Is j
willfully dishonest or Impenetrably tg- j
In either case he is no fit candidate :
for the presidency of the United States. I
The Republican party Is not opposed j Beginners' class meets on Tuesday
to the use of silver money, and has and Fridays. Advanced class meet on
done all It could for It consistent with , Mondays and Thursdays.
safety. MRS. P. F. WOODFORD.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report,