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Nerves Just surely como from the use of Hood's SawaparllJo as does tho cure of gcrofula, salt rheum, or other no-called blood diseases. This Is simply because tbo blood affoota tho oondltlon of all the Nerves' bonea, musclos and tissues. It it la Im pure It cannot properly sustain thes parte. If made pure, rich, rod and vital ized by Hood's Baraaparllla, It carrlea health Instead of disease, arid repairs the worn, nervous systom aa nothing olse can do Thus nervous prostration, hysteria, neuralgia, heart palpitation, aro cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because It is the Ono Truo Blood Porlfler, "77 77 run are the best ntter-dlnnei tiOOClS PUIS pills, aid tllKcstion. J4& A NEW YORK LETTER. (Continued from second piigc.) lie had been honored with a member ship In an English International Club, said, repeating fer the edifica tion of his hearers, (Andrew D. White and others) that Lord McCauloy said: "In England no farm laborer was ecr known 10 rise above his station." A writer on a country paper at once took up the quotation, not denied by Garfield, said It was not true, not that he Garlleld lied, but that Lord Mo Cauleydld. That Robert Burns was a farm laborer and that he wrote some of his ni09t beautiful poems on his plough handle and that he became an ofllcer of the revenue, but then dared to write "A man Is a man for all that," following which he was forever stopped from going higher In the ser vice of Ills king. And ho did not come to free America and enjoy our freedom .as the reputed great oratorical spcokor .goes to England to learn what land lordism 19 and comes back tho speaker or counsel, possibly In their behalf to be followed by the Lord Chief Justlee, who will no doubt Improve an oppor tunity when Introduced by Mr. Coch ran.at a dlnner,by tho New York city l)ar to tell them in a law lesson, that J n speaking of our extent of country, "You did not make It." As did Lord Coolridge and not a single lawyer either directly or Indirectly answered tho slur covertly given, that It was poor law, and not according to Inter national law or tho law of nations. It remained for an obscure country lawyer In a country papor to answer this and to say that not only did we make the Now York and Brooklyn bridge, erecting' It from anchorages and casslon bottoms to height of tower, forging tho steel, spinning tho wire, making tho bolts, drilling tho holes and riveting It together, mak ing a monument to peace greater than the greatest English Ironclad, but we made overy Inch, foot, rod, acre, mile, state territory and all from the Alaskan mountains to Florida Keys by tho blood of our fathers from Kioto 1783, and since then by the frugality of the people, with gold and silver to buy and mako it all, the United States of America, and under our Hag tho stars and stripes. Whither aro wo drifting, Is this no longer a free republlo? Do our law yers have to go to England and then come back and advise us afterwards, and then dare to say of another law yer who stays at home, you are not worthy of giving advice, you do not believe what you sayyyou aro deceiv ing tho people who have almost unan imously nominated you for the high est offlco In tho gift of tho people after with their now states and new delo gates doing away with the old finan cial attorneys of the Democrat party, the holdovers for the last sixty years and selected in Senator White of California a man who does represent the people and tho Democracy of tho country and who comes from a state richer than New York. If Burko Cockran Is truo, a richer state and lone three times as large and in that select ion got a counsel for our coun ty. About this time Burke Cockran said: "The Democratic party remains faithful to Democratic principles." "We must oppose the nomination of the Chicago convention." "The Democrat platform is Popu lism, (.liberty) tainted with Republi canism." '" " iir("F AWny with such bosh, such feed, siich sop forworklngmen, for farmers, luborerrt, and minora; who themselves all want sometime to own a farm away out on tho trolley. He is no orator on this subject If at all. (At this time nbout one thousand left t'n hall) Tho United States of America by Its Democrat party at Chicago said, go back to your kennel, go back to those who sent you, for you ars not Democrats and lovers of the constitu tion. This Is one of the greatest cam paigns ever witnessed cither In tho colonics or the United States, and with Patrick Henry let us say "we must light, I repeat It wo must fight." etc., shall wc lay down our ballots and waltat home until the English land lord has his bull dog tagging at all our heels, till an English collar Is around all our necks as well as that of tho orator of Madison Squaro? Walt until their brand of bacon Is stamped on all our hides? Only work, work, work, active, energetic work from early morn until early morn, for our boy orator, older than Lord Byron, older than was Napoleon tho 1st, when all tho civil ized world recognized his genius; and, if notsacrcllgcous to say it older than was our Savior when crucified on Calvary, Ho who began his mission by turning out the money changers from tho templo; and, this light Is won, ours tho verdict that William Jen nings Bryan, Is our president elect of theso United States of America. A. Workwoman. AN OFFICIAL RALLY. Tho worklngmcu's McKinlcy and Hobart club, held an ofllclul rally Fri day night at the opera house. The worklngmcn on tho platform repre sented about $25,000, to $50,000 ofllclal salaries, and abont a quarter of a million of wealth. These working men aro not going to have any free silver, and "don't you forget ltl" Theso working men aro not going to subscribe to a policy that would lower the purchasing power of dollars and bring up the purchasing power of labor and products. Labor and prod ucts are all that farmers and laborers have to sell, in order to live. It they get moro dollars, these opera house worklngmcn will have less. That will never do! Tho opera house worklngmcn are generous. They aro gonerously put ting up their hnrd-carned ofllclal dol lars, and exporting them to Portland, (no Issuo of bonds), to help the bank ers and corporations there carry Ore gon for McKlnley and Hobart. It would ruin our country If the peoplo wero permitted to vote values Into labor and products, and vote the power to plunder out of gold. Down with such anarchists! Rev. Edwards Davis, the young minister who lias come out for sliver, Is probably afflicted with tlio posses sion of a heart, conscience and bouI. The maa wlio stands Idly b; it and fading aces the life out of his wire Ifc (ace, sees her health going, sees ncr uc coming old and faded and wrinkled when she should still be In the perfect enjoyment of vlp; orous. useful health, Is either less than a man or else does not know of the one ..rnrill- which Will brfnir her back to health and strength. Mosf women do not understand their own bodies th TuHujrs thst make Uiem well orlc The most frequent cause of sick. Sessln woSTenTa the c2use last Il A women will go to a doctor when she has . JLZ. ..nM. or some acute digestive dls- r."t:r k, y.h-T hesitates and proem" nates when Jtttlnlee oi ""BltSJTi.nnSi can have. It fiS i rteUfS-tie o.t dangerous Its conssquences are always serious, and Jerious right at tk tee'ad stJIngth L"tow. stale tato So eheta IfiluWUg rlsrhd. last u surely as if sbewera ; ""- poison. Perhaps her M'S; Vhe flons an5 "l"al Ueatments." He can per- llndeVul XjUcg dreds of women gf',' ggSSt use who care to know all about l ' d celvethe bet medical wo W Jnd frr the general public mtmu ita SI one-cent stamps to ' f, plerce's Inly nd receive a eioMed. thousand page book, C fupeasory tact the trouble U with the autineuy nranUm. And yet the Utter is T i the mosi sen. SSeXaXUtionrBuir ?'' r"" " "win iimnt nmrm ni i mt"" -SM "Tn:"...,i '., I I1,, "'in 1 , hi-" i tir iiiiim i tin.i.r i, ,rn i,i AVccetablcPrcnarafioiLrorAs. slmilatlng ihcToodnndU emula ting thcStomachs andBoifcls of Promotes Digcslion.Chccrful ncss nndncst.ConMns ncllhcr Opium.Morphinc iwr Mineral. Not NArc otic. uttiptofoutiicSi'stiDELrnisEa AbcJtntui jtnut Sad, Jfftmiat JftjCarinnottSU llirmSctit -CttwiAtd Suatr . llWjrwwVfcmr A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions.Fovcrish ucss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. EXACT COPY" OF WRAPPEB. iffl LAWN MOWERS. 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Salem, Or. i Silver Daily The Only; Associated Press Silver Daily. POST THIS BILL Cut this outand'post up In a conspicuous placo whero It will bo seen. All tlio associated press papers in Oregon, oxcept TEL JOUR'NAL, nro published In tho Intorcst ofl tho -ifold standard. Bend 25c In silver for tho dally ono month. The Oregon Press MonoDoly Will not treat tlio restoration of Hllvor fairly. It will not toll tho peoplo tho truth. It daro not, Take a fair papor that fglvos tho peoplo's.sldo'asiwoll as tho Wnll street sldo. Are You a Patriot? Help your country by clrculatlnuitho only.ABSoclated Press Dally In Orejton that advocates Independent Bimetallism. All tho nows of Jtho groat battle of thcpcoplo .foryBllvor.DAdvo cates tho Dlmotalllo Union of all who.-aro opposed to tho single gold standard. Do You Favor Unity and Harmony as tho watchword of tho pcoplojofiOrcgou? 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