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An interesting story of expedi tions/ after buried treasure in the South Seas — expeditions whose apnazing details have not come out before— will be found in 1 \ THE SUNDAY CALL VQLUME Ct-XO. 159. Republican Campaign Closes in Ovations for Gillett MILLIONS ORGANIZE TO OVERWHELM HARRIMAN. Industrial Capital of Oak laud Combines Strength in Fight for Harbor Front INCORPORATES TO BUILD BELT LINE Purpose Keeping Road Open for L'ses of Competing Railways That Enter City OAKI.AM). Nov. 5 Millions of dol lars in lndußtrtal capital faave brrn or eranlrrd to f.pht E. H. Harrlnan'i at fpinpt to cr«h the north side of the tidal ranal aad complete the loot of \u25a0"hat little remains of Oakland* har bor frontace uncontrolled by eorpora ilon Interests. The declaration made tivo weeks npo before the City Connril by Attorney nobcrt M. nttsrerald that bin clients would renist the Southern Pariflc Com pany'ii attempt to crt a closed-track franchise for a belt line. In the new maaufactnrfnsr district alone the tidal t-inal has been realised in actual moves. At that time Fitzgerald told the City Council hts clients would organ- Ice a railway company and build the "Indnntry** line Itself unless the South ern Pacific Company should agree to. a provision in the franchise that the tracks shonld be open to all railways. TH* the Southern Pacific attorney, P. 9?. Wnlsb. refused point blank to con- Bent to. and bow the war Is on. Announcement was made today that the articles of Incorporation 'of the new railway are ready to be drawn, and \u25a0will be sent to Sacramento this week. The inaorporators have been selected, and they represent some of .the .largest industries in the United States now located" along: the shores* of "the -Oak land basin and the tidal canal. \sit ;,-\u25a0 Heading; the lift is George D/ Gray; of the George D. Gray Lumber. Company, FolWm-ing are Oscar F. Long of thfe Pa cific Pteel and /*Vire Company." T. H.P. \u25a0^Vhitflaw of the big wrecking -firm. James S. Hawkins of the Standard Gas Engine Company. W. J. Casey of the Union Gas Engine Company. John R. Hodge and Julius A. Landsberger. WILL ASK FOR FRANCHISE. These men have determined to ask for a franchise for an open belt line railway that shall extend from Fruit vale avenue west along Glascock street and following through private property, most of it belonging to the big concerns interested, to a point near the Pacific Steel and Wire plant, at Twenty-third avenue. The projectors traverse the same route selected by the Southern Pacific Company, the track line being arranged for the conveni ence of the shippers in handling the enormous volume of business grown up In the new district. The Intention of the incorporators is to carry the belt road as far as First and Harrison streets, thus giving all -the industries aiong the harbor front and tidal ca.7 nal. from Harrison street to Fruitvale avenue, opportunity to get facilities for handling freight that will effectually block the Southern Pacific's attempt to monopolize the business in this dis trict. The Southern Pacific Company .in tends, if granted a closed-track-fran - chise by the Council and the Board of Supervisors, to connect its main line at Fruitvale avenue with this indus try track, which will run south of the main line and parallel the tidal canal. With no other company able to run its cars over this line, the shippers will be at the. mercy of the Southern Pacific Company. Here Is where they have balked. Th<?y are assured of mak ing connections with the Western Pa cific Railway Company's tracks, which parallel the Southern Pacific line Into Oakland. They .are assured that the Western Pacific, the Santa Fe or a third company, not named, will build the line they have projected, provided it is an open line for all railways /to freight over. \u25a0 DUAL JURISDICTION. The projected line covers territory within the jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors as well as the City Council. Before the Board of Supervisors today the Southern Pacific Company's appli cation for a franchise along Glascock street from Fruitvale avenue to the city line wats continued two weeks. Both Supervisor Talcott and Chairman Mitchell said the matter was one of extreme importance and. In their opin ion, the board should act as far as pos sible 'in conjunction with the City Council. The application before the Council will come up next Monday night, it having been continued until that time upon the request'of Attorney Fitzgf raid after the Southern Pacific Company had refused to embody the open track clause demanded by ' the manufacturers. Concerning the situation Attorney Fitzgerald said today:. "My clients are ready to go ahead Continued on \u25a0 I*»s;e 3, • Column' 3. The San Francisco Call. INDEX OF THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL'S NEWS TODAY. TELEPHONE TEMPORARY S6. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1306. WEATHER CONDITIONS. VESTEKDAY — Clear: northwest rc-ind. Maxi mum temperature, 53; minimum temperature, 52. FOUECAST FOR TODAY— Fair, becoming cloudy in afternoon; iipht north wind, oliansrlne to Eouthuest. , ' Page 13 GRAFT SCANDAL. Ituef t attorneys Injure bis cause In Injunction suit argument by conflict of contention. Paje 18 Sohmlts makes profit on Southern Pacific storks purchased on suggestion of Harri msn. Pa.cc 16 Rtief says that he' can uphold Chief Dlnan no loaper. because of the latter's affiliation with • < Kld" Sullivan. \u25a0 Ptfe 16 CITY. v Charles Dabnef, brother of . accomplice . of the kanaka Slemsen, sars that Harry Klnffsley was the third man associated with them in • the attack on the Jeweler, Behrend. ' Page 5 Police Commissioners decide to dismiss ttrenty two po!ir* sergeants and patrolmen: Page 5 San Francisco dealers fear- hardship from strict construction of new food ' and dru7 law. , Page 9 Larce California wine concerns arrange to furnish goods to meet Eastern trade con ditions. Page 13 Europe now a greater rlrs.l of California for j tourist travel than Florida. • * Pa?e 13 I Southern • Pacific secures right to- operate, I trains to Wingo on California Northwestern tracks. Pa,?e , 13 Supervisors order Ocean Shore and Presidio companies to -repair impassable streets. ,-ag«' l2 Outdoor Art Leagceto dispose of picture at entertainment at home of Mrs. Eleanor Mar tin. Page 12 Supervisors grant United peimlt to | ran car line from Sixteenth and Kansas ' streets j to Seventh. - j Pago 3 j Lakeside property owners file protest against j j proposed closing of Ocean avenue by ' Super j visors. Page 9 A. J. Rich says S«n Francisco is most widely advertised city 'in the world. Page 9 Fire starts In structure on Clay, street, near Flllmore. and threatens neighborhood. : Page 9 BUtz TT.' Paxton meets defeat in first skir mish with unfortunate children before Supreme Court. Page 12 Rope M. Rieketts asks divorce from husband • who didn't spend an evening at home for three [years. _ Page 12 i-_\A'..,S. Jones, razor ' hone dealer, wanted by. I bride of two weeks, who accuses him of har ms robbed her, of $1037. . : - . Page 4 /Secretary Metcalf Inspects Japanese ..colony after luncheon with "Japanese ConsulJ.- Page 16 \u25a0 Sutter street merchants plan* system of anxll-' lary. fire protection with huge cisterns. Page; IS SUBUJUSAN. -v . Big \u25a0 manufacturers ready to '* incorporate'?' to" build s hfit line rail trsy In Oakland rand battle against the Southern Pacific Company. ' Page 1 family of. Pioneer Perreau family ; of Oakland Is rent by . alleged ' fraudulent act " of brother :t: t in |*elllng land. *.«*« 6 ! Two editors for Blue and Gold Issue complete I college history. • ' - ' ' Page~6 j Ov>k summoned to answer divorce proceedings becsnse of wife's Jealousy of bis culinary ability. , ; ; Page 6 Oskland man and wife narrowly escape death from bullet fired into their home.' Page -6 Seventeen automobiles are destroyed in. quickly spreading fire 'in Oakland. Page 6 DOMESTIC. Widow of California mining man is secretly married to San Francisco banker. . P«Lge 3 j Cashier Hering of wrecked ' Chicago bank Is sentenced to serve from one to ten years for j embeizleroent and forgery. Page 15 SPORTS. Amateurs booked for. four-round - itbt* -at Dreamland pavilion Friday night. - . • Page 7 San Jose baseball • team -confident of . winning post-season series with Stockton.". , :->?;} Page 7 Noted horsemen with large strings arrive at Emeryville. , . Page ' 7 Willie Britt asks Tonopah . promoter for offer for go between J. Britt and . Gans or' Nel son. .. Page 7 Fight promoters bidding for the services of Joe Thomas. - Page 7 POI,ITICAI>. Glllett closes Republican campaign by a day's' rpeeebmaking from Pleasanton \u25a0to • San Leandro,' i>nd addresses two large audiences In the city in the evening. His receptions are. marked by enthusiasm. . Pages 1-2 fnlted States .Senator Perkins «ays Glllett will be elected Governor/ today *by: a % plurality of more than 30,000 votes.- Pages 1-2 | Hesrst and the "Deal" Judiciary ticket cer-! tain fit drfeat in Kew.York.' Page 1 I Although exhausted by the campaign. Bell re- I fuses to disappoint " people •of _ Napa. Page 4 ] Campalrn in forty-two States for election \u25a0„ of j fiitietb ConjrreM passes . Into '•_: history. Pare 4 i Rev. Fathpr^ Caraher appeals to labor to de- ! feat Judge Carroll Cook. Page 2 i William H. Langdon closes hi« gubernatorial | campaign before large audience at ; Walton's Hall. 'Page_2 MARINE. City of Peking arrives from' Panama and transport Logan sails for ' Manila. Page 13 * Gale sweeps coast of Nova- Scotia, driving many ves6el» asbore. Pago 4 SOCIETY. Weddings of army and navy men hold in terest of society. Page 8 LABOR. Tveltm&e . reports that be furnished Secretary Metcalf with data concerning inroads being made by Japanese in all branches on- in dustry. ' Page ' 9 THE CMVS BRANCH OFFICES Subscriptions and Advertise- ments will be received in ! San Francisco at following offices: 1031 FILLMORB STREET Open until -10- o'clock '-every night. ;\u25a0'\u25a0 818 .VAN. XESS AV EXTTE .": :."' v Parent's Stationery Store. * . ' FERRY DEPOT "Adjoining S. P. ticket office, toot* ol Market Street • :' , •42 TURK ,'STREET , At - the ; Sign -of ;- the ; Lamp. SIXTEENTH "AND MARKET .'STS.S Jack3on's ':Branch.3ggßSJH CSS HAIGHT 'STREEJT. Stationery Store.'.-' 1098 VALEXCIA, STREET V Rothchlld's \ Branch. - 1681 * CHURCH STREET George; Prewitt's] Branch. ;' ; SO* FIX.I.MORB ; STREET % . Woodwards- Branch: /SAN- FRANCISCO^; TUESD^^ TERROR IN HEARTS OF THE MURPHY FACTION. W. R; Hearst and < 'Deal'; . Judiciary Ticket Will' Go Down to Defeat Today ODDS OX/ HUGrHES .RAISED TO 5 TO :1 Indications on Eve of Elec tion Are for a Sweep i'\ • ' ' '\u25a0'-\u25a0 • ' \u25a0 \u25a0 - ing Republican- Victory SPECIAL, DISPATCH TO THE CALL. NEW YORK, Nov.; s.— Charles T E. 1 Hughes arid "Eight-Hour" Rock spoke today from noon until midnight from the same platform; to ; great crowds composed largely of working men. W. R. Hearst was the center of several big demonstrations: on; the East Side and tried' to escape * the terrible : indictment ; authorized against him by President Roosevelt ; for; being "not guiltless of the assassination of President McKinley." Terror, fills the hearts of the' Murphy faction in \u25a0Tam many . Hall at the \ prospect of the de feat of the "deal" • judiciary ticket.' Hearst managers privately, say they still believe Hearst has a chance. The betting odds hover around. s to I that Hughes will be elected, ; and even money that he will have' loo,ooo ma jority in : the : State. . : The campaign came, to a close tonight. ; ; Features of Jtheday were , the deadly work to the cause of Hearst*, done by the combination of Hughes and Rock; the laboring man's candidate, on the stump,; and the elevent-hour excuse of fered by Hearst-in the^CzoigoszJmat- .. Labor welcomed, -the Republican can didate and the- man who T had- been re pudiated by Hearst as the ; sposkesman of unionism in many parts *of the cltyi and in " this very stronghold , of the Hearst movement' along the J water front one of the most- enthusiastic ral lies of the.campaign was held.' - Hearst's attempt to evade respon sibility for McKinley^s murder was that the wretched Pole- could not have been influenced by the editorial in the Jour nal approving of the murder: by say ing that Crolgosz could not; read j Eng lish. As a matter of .fact, Czolgosz read English fluently, and ;he -had -been ; a reader of the Hearst, newspapers, "'.'and a dispatch from Buffalo tonight says he had a copy of .the Journal in his pocket when arrested. : Charles F. Murphy tonight predicted that Hearst would 'carry New York City by^ 122,000, , the majority which .was given to. Bird . S. Coler in 1 902. , While the Republicans^ do not believe Hearst "will even the city. Murphy's boast put- them on their guard, and appeals were issued by 'Timothy- Woodruff and Herbert Parsons for every .voter* who' is' opposed to^Hearst to vote early and see. that his' friends voted early. '\u25a0- Woodruff -estimated the .'plurality of Hughes In the State' at more * than 150,000.;; \u25a0 ' r Max : Ihmseri "of. the Independence League calmly asserted: -that/ Hearst would win : by' 2oo.ooo' in. alandsllde. TRAXSFER OF POI-ICEMEX; Four thousand ' policemen-were'trans ferred \at 6 o'clock tonight - by. order of Commissioner ; Bingham.' /They - will ; do duty at the new precincts only for elec tion day, it being the belief that bet ter, results can v be. accomplished -by I having strange men at the Ivarious polling,, places. ; \u25a0'-. General. Blngham arranged the;shlfts after extended conferences with Oeorge W. 'Morgan,' Superintendent of : Elec tions, and the* police ? have "been • in structed -.to /co-operate in. every-man ner -with that official. ; Each' policeman will be relieve^ for s four, hours during the course ,of the; day to allow., him to go, to his own district and, cast his Vote: • Strict orders were; issued, regarding the opening of -saloons within 100 ' feet of polling places. The: nien were also directed how .) to act 'With regard^' to (Outbreaks of ruffianism. . '\u25a0 There was .no . Hearst , money^ in sight at the prevailing: odds of 'four, to, one infany of; the well-known betting cen ters last night .Where In former.years 'the \u25a0* Hoffman House'; barroom was crowded with well-known- men j willing to' risk thousands last- nighVthe^ crowd was out sightseeing.. only.a few of the old-timers- being there, 'hoping, some body would be' willing. to make a wager of Jslze, -taking; the : . Hearst end of it. "Absolutely; nothing: doing,", said, Joe Vendig, 'who ' has; been v in ; years fgone by most active. "You can say .'that the' old., crowd/ did' not- come '.around tonight. They are all afterlthe Hughes end of \t and they have [ V grown * tired of waiting."" f -Vi ! ALL^ GOING }OXE .WAY. . "All \u25a0 going one, way , here^^^jl^ report in the Waldo r f-i^Tn^BJll'afat^ Continued : ou" l'age ' 3, * Colunia 1. Enthusiasm; Marks His in L©fig Hiy of Speechmaking. Gillett Is Assured a Sweeping Victory. Thomas B. Sullivan 'United ; States Senator.^ George" :Cv^ Perkins,v as' 1 shrewd and as a -campaigner: as 'there •is in California, ventured the prediction .yesterday: that \u25a0 James N. Gillett wi 11 be elected Governor today, by a plurality exceeding 30^000 votes. At Republican head quarters the atmosphere was one of ; complete confidence in the-re sult; The v work was o ver >. and there was- not a - single incident to suggestCurirest braineasiness.* "Repbrtsof conditions, \u25a0.supplementarjr to -those , at vfirst; •r.eceiyedxfrd'rnv the cdunties^arrived'anci' gave as-; surances^of.-plur^alities greater than .those originally, promised. -'*» The ;orihv note, out^of; tune. with »the general .harmony,. of; success was.tHat received from' -the wKere Chipman has' be^ against ? Hughes*. for ";, the v post - of : Presiding^" justice' pij the District Court\6f r Appeals7p*fUh'e^N6rtHe^ "''Republicans ticaliy/. satisfied- that Judget.Hart;: the Republican,' has '.'rnade'-' a •?com pact i.with' Hughes, v the ; Democrat.* . \u25a0This, 'of 'course, is : greatly; to the disadvantage of \u25a0,Ghipman;-particularly;as -the , district is ."extremely] EFFECTioF GILLETTE i RESIGNATION.: r .- : \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 . >, • Gillett's> resignation vßepresentir. tives ,,went jlfito: effect '.on .^Sunday ,v and- the , district, will -b'eywithout representation Jot at least ; a \u25a0 month. .' Eriglebright; the \u25a0 Republican, 5 who^ is without ah "opponent? for the unexpired-term; cannot qualify; until after the' bpeningfof^ postmasters; in Ithe-district-\yilK;haye:served!their>te^ Congressman Hvilllha\'ea_;bundle;of»patron very. beginning of.his term. -, \u0084\u25a0 * - .. " : . -.« . . , \u25a0 ~.[ ;'r*esjgnaj:ionf; i 'has .•alspi'another .meaning, and-a ihiqfe''im^ portant^oiie.:- 'Fqr;tKe:fir^'tirne^in;m from a; placerbh "the 'judiciary^ tives,:' and'-: it jislnot^easytto? suggest^ how ;the^ vacancy; can be .filled^ \u25a0Englebngh't'carinb^l^^p.laced/ohithe ; com m ittee/as ; he is.not:a : .lawyer/ and.it :is'not\likelyjthatfa^ tothe.'post^ ;'-,. . .,,!-... .. ';: ki :?. r ;''-^ : : .. V V', : s.;. ,-V;- ' "'':^ . 'AVitHrthe^el^ctibri^ oVer,;tli^ march rto J 'Congressi convenes ;early; thisiyear;';so- it is necessary-ithat J ,HheVS^ makei an early ? start: . Senators rPerkinsi and "Flint*- will: leave fat 'the beginnin g • of, - next • week. : the _.-. same : .time y. General ;, George Stohe,^hairnmnKof the.;R^ubHc^ George/Hatt^on^ w will*also % talce'-a'trip to \u25a0 Washington. /'"./. HEAVY CONGRESSIONAL AATORK AHEAD. r^ The Republican State central-cbrnmittee has 'decided to maintain a permanent headquarters } at the ' St'.iFrarTcis ' Hotel:' The j policy/ of CONTINUED ,ON PAGE 2, > COLUMNS 1 AND 2. Gall Bulletins Will .Flash the News. 7 DETERM IN ED; that V the people ; of ; : San "Francisco shall Ibe I given results - of : the *; elections i today tin : city, - State and i. . nation as j fast ; as /the ; marvelous ; instalments of - modern inven , tion^can "flash ; them ou^,-,The.C to ; accomplish this i .result. Skilled • .. will' '; receive H the messages/ as £they come .over; the ; wire i and i experts will \ compile • the 1 \u25a0'figures--., of * the i local (fight,-. : transfer v them }} to '% transparent .; films "'and reproduce -, them v largely \u25a0 5 magnified \ toyt aid • of i the 1* stercopticori a oh \u25a0 the - screen! in f front of ; The Call '.building vwithout an • instant's • delay. Not ; ' otily^ doesj great i interest ; attach to the i three-cornered battle] in j; Calif or^| :nuiH6ul?ith"elf^^ will £ be^determined : k toaa^^^farausealmej: keenest sp eculationj as \ to w tlseTimtco^^ agfitfaevclops. * -, , , , ' .. ;• ENTHUSIASTIC ASSEMBLAGE AT REPUBLICAN RALLY IN JEFPERSON-SQUARE HALL. LAST. NIGHT. A good illustrated story of the; j ;, strange wild game, birds and fish of the Philippines appears in __ THE SUNDAY CALL . _________ Confident of Victory on Eve of Election. With^two enthusiastic meetings, in this city James X. Gillett closed His campaign'lastriight. At- the : Potrerb Opera-house he was received with -cheers; and at the gymnasium of -the Young Men's Hebrew" Association a ' second audience, larger than the first, . ex pressed -their ? confidence, in the Republican standard-bearer with a demonstration that- presaged the victory of which they are confidents It was a strenuous day, at the end of a strenuous campaign, but the_rugge'd_constitution.of--the.- man from-Humboldt -has stood .the strain; of; campaigning second largest State-in, the Union,^ and.his ,voice|was ; a"sjclear|as it- w^asjon" the -first' everiing r when he opened his battle; for »Republican principles -in Oakland nearly two , months ago. ' - \u25a0 -Ahd - when •it Jwas 'all "over 'Gillett -retired " at the Sti" Francis Hotel after .bidding' hfs" friends; good-night with the same "cheery * confidence that has marked HisVeyery^utterance throughout the: campaign.*' BUThONEFLA\V-IN EVENTS OF EVENING. /, There jWasrp'ut one* flaw in the events of -. the evening. . After the^meeting/at-the-; Young Men's- -Hebrew Association the party, was tojhayeigbne-to, Jefferson Square Hall,, where a .large; audience was patiently waiting -for'tfie final- cheen and the/final -speech. : But i^e]cha^ffeur.VsomehbwV got -wrong arid -took the candidate 1 to' HamiK ton VSquare.?; r ? As * they A « approached • saw an oper-air meeting which was, being : addressed byj, some, one ' the .Republican standard be*ar t er,did;ribtVrec6griize; . A' second -look revealed the -fact that -it' -was a ";rally : :^of ithe iSchmitz ; Rdugh\;Riders-tolwHxch-Gillettrha'd:been ! brbughtlby/mistake^'andihe^ hastened . : to 'make his -retreat. It wa3 too; lateVthen : to reachnhe, 'Jefferson Square4Hall. as the two former .meetings 'had /b*een;"pr6lbngedT by] their own and Gillett was^forcedUobmit .what -was advertised:to have been his final-rally. RECEIVES ; SUCCESSION j OF« Gillett -began •\u25a0the;day.. ; at.Livermore,:andjfrom there all the, way; down -the";line: : it was'a* succession ~*of : ' ovations for/the Republican .candidate ; ;fqrVGpyernpr. - . AtiPleasanton : - hey addressed -Jan audience 'pi 1 500 ;; : atilrv-jngton ,\ ".Centeryille; jNiles', 4 Hay ward . and at Sari X«an ; drp;,therpeople;turned butto • give rhim*a_« reception* and to wish-Him t yJctory^onitheVm6rr6jw of the ; gVeetings : an'dr^pres^ "of \u25a0heartyjsupport > : "meant .that'- the^ Republican. ticket. would be ; carrie<i b^larg^majo^itiesTthan^had'be^ . ; '; \u25a0 At 1 dinner.- tie -was i the^ 'guest \of = Chairman^Reed, together with J^R;:Knowlajiid;and^Ju v dge\Harris./!. ;.' . '\u25a0".. "Grossing -the 1 bay; the; party : Syerit in^ their automobile to the "Potrero" Opera-house, where :a- large- crowd :.were waiting • Gillett'fe .entry.; into ; tHe "> hall » was • the - signal f or ; ah'oii tburst of ; applause which shquld ; have/ warmed '}^^ f His speech was 1 istened to* with marked attention arid tie \vas frequently interrupted witti^applause. ; v : ,* * Predicts republican victory. "I amglad-to be.here ithis, evening, and : make -the last speeches of imy campaign in I Sari Francisco.- All ; through ; the ; State they are going, to roll up a* big : majority for the Republican 1 ticket tomorrow. South'bf the;Tehachapi,the "; Republican ,vote\vill-be undivided. But every where,- they,; are . asking." : 'What is : San .'Fraricisco, going to do ?' I \ am jcbnfiden t* - my friends; .that the ; reception you have given me to night puts; at rest that", question. !" "This ; is;. a -Republican campaign. "Once more we are called upon ; to \u25a0 indorse that grand party, vyhich has done so much for Calf fornia* in the past. All the \u25a0 legislation"; which has been the cause of the progress iofUhe: last fifty -years has .been^ enacted by the Repub lican 'party. \u25a0.\u25a0.Tomorrow the news will either . go out 'to the whole country that has repudiated ;the administration of Theo dore Ro^seveit/oragairi'wesKain for which that greati party' tiasjstpbd ,in-:ttie j past: ; ' • ''Throughout this campaign^ I T have refrained - from vitupera tion and- personal attacks..; I do. not: believe in: a. campaign" of abuse. My!ypung;'fnen*d^tfe]p.e^ Eas 'drawn an imaginary i 1 me < and ,is^standing, upon. it. In all his r speeches we. have,; heard | nothingrbut'-Railfoad,' Railroad, Railroad.' I want \u25a0 toTsay 'that if I I ani elected 'Governor bf California -tomorrow I .will take - orders from ! no; riian^and- from.no -set-of men. I will treat every man and every j 'corporation iwith*. 'justice'!"/'.. \u25a0 , !EyER^ : ;FRIEND ;OF:; OF: WAG^-EARNERS/^ i. : ;: Gillett j^referred to attempt wtiich was being made to dis- I credit^tiiniiwittijthe laboring; men ;and -showed that; through his en | tire "- record ;^^at: _SacrameritoTand at Washington tiehad ever been on |theJside.of?justiceJtbWvage-earne the PRICE FIVE CENTS.