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President Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio,
is highly respected nil through that
section, lie has lived in Clinton Co.
75 years, and has been president of
the Sabina Bank 20 years. lie gladly
testifies to the merit'of Hood's Sarsn
parilla, and what he says is worthy
attention. All brain workers una
Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted
to their needs. It makes pure, rich,
red blood, and from this comes nerve,
mental, bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is a very good medicine, especially
us a blood pariflcr. It has done me good
many times. For several years I suffered
greatly with pains of
The Democrats of Independence The A. P. A. Isn't doing much brag
have pnt out a strong city ticket. It gins about what It accomplished in
Is not yet known what part the Bryan the campaign, and that isn't strange
the city cither. Its two most pruininient auu
voters of Salem will take In
election here. Silver men
as such outspoken members of the house-
have no concern in city politics but, Linton, of Michigan, and Halner, of
the silver forces should not and will. Nebraska, weie defeated for re-elcc-
uot stultify themselves with support Hon, and in the Sixth Maryland dis
ofany bonding scliemes.MaynrGatch's trlct Mudd.uns elected, although the
administration has thwarted all such entire power of the A. I A. was
shinnies for the nast. four years, and opeiili uscii aunlnM him. Oicroii was
In one. cyo and about my temple, es
pecially at night when I had been lm lag
a hard day of physical and mental labor,
I took many remedies, but found helpoi'ly
It Hood's Sarsaparilla wh'ch eurcd inc of
I'enmrtthm, neuralgia and headache
Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved Itself a true
ft 'end. I also take Hood's Pills to keep
jtiv bowels regular, and liko tho pill
very much." Isaac Lewis, Sabina, Ohio.
IstheOno True mood Purifier. AIIdrugcfoM. ?1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Ma
rlOOaS FlllS easy In effept. p-t-
no tiior bonded debt should lx fast
ened upon this city. It robs the
worklngman and creates a class who
live by clipping coupons for which the
rest pay high taxes. This city is
now paying more for Interest than
would build milos of good streets each
year. If such taxes were levied to
build good streets, "and employ labor
all the capitalistic class would cry out
against It. But high tuxes that go
into the coupon clippers coffers aic
Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOKFCR BROTHERS,
FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1800.
McKlnley is taking long daily walks
for his "health" and Bob Ingersoll
has gone to New York for "treat
ment." Tom Reed has had alternat
ing fits of breaking down. Nobody
seems to be exactly in perfect
health but President Cleveland.
The Sioux Falls, S. Dak., National
bank closed because It was too heav
ily loaded with "real estate of a de
preciated character." Is it not
against the law for a National bank
to loan money on real estate? Can It
be that a banker would violate the
law? He must have been a silverite.
The Oregoniaa says candidates fo
cither house of congress who don't
unhesitatingly declare for the single
gold standard have no just claim uron
Republican support. As the Repub
licans have a maj'.-rity of about
tvenly on joint ballot in the next
legislature this is equivalent to de
claring that Mr. Mitchell, the pion
c;r champion of free coinage on the
Pacific coast, must come out for the
single gold standard or stay at home.
Mr. Mitchell does not want to do
either. As among fie politicians in
this state, who have been silver men
In the past, Mr. Mitchell has the pris
tine of great experience and Influence
In his favor. No sincere silver man
or supporter of independent Ameri
can bimetallism can afford to vote for
any of these men who have been
trifling with this subject. They
should vote for no man who is under
the control of the money power or of
the corporations. We have too many
such men In congress now.
For the. fiscal vcar .endlnc .Tune MO. f
1800, the output of tin plate in the
United States was 307,227,621 pounds
for the preceding year. An increase
of 58 per cent., as against lbs. and all
rolled from American sheets, Is pretty
good for the so-called Wilson bill
whlchjis sometimes called a free trade
Senator Chandler wants a short
time loan of $100,000,000. nc is not
in favor of retiring the greenbacks
because "the banks need them to hold
as reserves in place of gold." If the
greenbacks were taken and burnt up,
as the .Oregonlan wants to do, how
could the banks use them to draw the
gold out ofi the treasury? Chandler's
head Is well drained.
Talk about the Dlngley bill or any
other tariff bill Is a mere political
makeshift. Gold bonds and retire
ment of tho paper curreucy Is the Mc
Klnley program. Take your medi
cine, Mr. Statesman. "Tho existing
gold standard shall bo preserved and
is at at the present time the leading
principle of the Republican party,"
says the Oregonlan, and tho Orego
nlan unfortunately is nearly right.
Mr. Bryan at Denver exactly ex
pressed the sentiments of the voters
who supported him In every village
and city of this land when he used the
"I think I have never seen a body of
voters rally so soon after a campaign
in which they were defeated as they
have at this time, and I believe that
I speak within the limits of the truth
when I say that our people who fought
so hard for free silver are as happy to
day in defeat as our enemies who were
victorious, and I have yet to lind the
first person who regards the defeat of
this year as a final defeat. Tho free
silver peoplo are satisfied that four
years more of the gold standard will
convince those who have been deaf to
reason that they are wrong,and at the
next election they will be only too glad
to rally around the banner about
which you have been fighting."
The Republican victory In Oregon
atus a Cleveland victory, won by and
for Cleveland; now wo aro to have
n tariff on a basis "exactly that of
the original Cleveland Democracy;
tho Cleveland platforms of 1892 and
1883; ."precisely tho Clevelifncl plat
form rejected by the convention that
nominated Bryan." For details as to
read the Oregonlan editorial of No
vember 25 "A non-partl6an tariff."
Wo congratulate tho Clovelandlzed
Free silver won In 12 of t he states
that were carried by the republicans
at the last preceding election, namely:
Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina,
South Dakota, Tennessee. Utah,
Washington and Wyoming. In addi
tion to this free silver won In all the
The republicans went in to the cam
paign with 35 states in their column
and came out with but 22.
The returns will show that fifteen
counties heretofore republican in
Oregon have been carried by tho sliver
forces united under Bryan-; These
forces if they remain united will form
an opposition party of the people that
will be formidable in the future. It
Is doubtful If there cau ever again be
put in tho field three distinct silver
partlcR as was done In Oregon last
ilNFANT HEALTH I
SENT FREE J
A little book that should bo in everv Is
home. Issued by tho manufacturers &
Gail Borden Eagle Brand
H Condensed Milk T,
Hudoa Street, J&WlMw-Tork
The Southern Pacific Company au
nounces that, commencing with Dec
ember 3,It will advance Its 2d class pas
senger rate between Portlaud and San
Francisco from $10 to $12. Tho pres
ent first-class rate of $11) will remain
unchanged. Both theso rates will, as
before, includo sleepers. Two dollars
a piece, on tho second-class passengers
will make up for the free passes to the
first-class passengers who have busi
ness at Salem during tho Legislature.
Mayor II. N. Belt of Spokane has
suspended the chief of tho liro depart
men from office and filed specific
charges against hlui, which will now
bo publicly investigated.
Hooded with circulars from Linton
who had found by fcraping -the con
gressional records that Bryan voted
with a majority or congress against
putting a sentence in the constitution
of New Mexico that no language but
the English should be taught there In
the public schools. No such clause
was ever put in the constitutions of
new suites seeking admission. But
Bryan's name was printed in black
letters in tho roll call on this vote in
congress and Mr. Linton's pamphlets
in the interest of the A. P. A. were
sent to every voter by tho Republican
national committee. At the same
time the rational committee was
sending confidential letteis to every
preist of the Catholic church and all
other denominations appealing to the
church to uphold McKlnley in the in
terests of morality and religion.
With unlimited money and abandon
ment of all principle, Mark Hanna's
committee was thus able to catch
both the A. P. A. and Catholic vote.
Will the administration be able to
serve and satisfy .both? Was there
ever a more un-American victory won,
and one which an honorable man
feels less pride In jubilating over, to
say nothing of profiting by It?
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iris, France, who Is about t.i bring out a book on
Jthor. 'I'eiusine the books on the Mibjcet I ua
School of Pol'mcs ' I was wondering whether
M. OsfroiTorski. in Rue D' A'Sas. Paris,
American political methods, writes to the au
Tni-lnnst i-nnnrrli In find VOUT book on 'The
the evils of machine rule and of bostism were obtaln'min in the wist as well as lti the East.
I ead it with the greatest interest.
'11 SGBOOL OF POLITICS
American Economist,Nov. 20:Spsc
ial from Bradford, England, the great
manafacturing center for American
markets, Date Nov. 7: Hurrah, Mc
Kinley won! Bryan smashed! When
this glorious message was blazed
abroad the intensity of feeling among
the Bradford business men was dem
onstrated on all sides by outbursts of
enthusiasm and throughout tiic whole
of England a shout went up. In Lon
don there was a thorough ferment!"
What were the British celebrating?
The triumph of protective tariff doc
trines, or their downfall? Mc. is not
the colossal bugbear in English eyes
that he made us believe in his veran
dah speeches to worklugmen.
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citizens, legislators and students.
Price 15 centc. A hand book fo
The Primary and Spoils Fo'.UKs.
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The Primary As It Should Be
Safegarded by lavv.
The Indiana members-elect of tho
new House of Representatives have
agreed every candidate for postmaster
must submit his claims to the patrons
of the oilice which he seeks, and that,
the man who makes the most favor
able showing In a popular vote should.
be recommended by the congressman
ofahls district for the appointment
In pursuance of tills plan it is pro
posed that elections shall be held in
every town in the state in order that
the people shall have the largest
liberty In choosing men to till their
Seattle finds a water plant bought
by the city years ago was plastered
with a $50,000 mortgage.
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down, disease finds an easy
"The School of Politics" shows that the corrupted primary is the political crime o' ilia
Nineteenth century, and that reforms in city, state and national government arc out of ques
tion until this evil has been remedied.
The little book then lays bare the methods of the bosses from New York to California,
showing how, under laws made ostensibly to protect the people, .they have legalized their
The practical working of the primary in city politics is shown up in our principal West
Also the perfected law adopted in California last year, but knocked out in the courts of
that state. Tho remedy is plainly pointed out.
Should be read hy every student of American politics and every legulato . They wil
here find the facts of the pernicious system, clearly set forth, also the needed remedies,
"The School of Politics" lias had an extended sale in the EiJt, and has beeivrcviuwed
by many leading Tonrnals. If you read a copy you will want others to read it.
Single copies, 2$ cents. Special rates.on larger numbers. The author would be pleased
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Other lines are longer than this, but none
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J. W. CASEY, Trav. Piss. Agent.
IN PREPARATION. '-The Representative Principle," a
laws and ballot reform. Publication will be announced.
hind book on regi-.tr nion
Query: Are there not now 860,000
Moating warrants out on the city hall
and won't it cost $30,000 more to fin
ish and furnish it? What the warrant
speculators want is a city administra
tion that will fund thehc warrants in
long time bonds, so they can make 10
to 20 per cent, and be ready to Issue a
lot more warrants.
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The Daily Canton Repository is no
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but we are still happy to receive that
other disinterestod monitor in public
affairs the American Economist
which will now have the delicate task
or adjusting ks high tariff ideas to
the tastes of the gold Democrats,
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