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DAILY. EXOEPT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
wnxiAM n. cex,
Themas a. Davih,
William It. Wamwerih, Jr.,
Secrttary and Trtaturer.
Themas A. Davis, ..
..EJUer and Manager.
Jj BAUVVLT.TflCKHAN.Aii't EttUer and Boekkteper,
? BOARD OE DIRECTORS.
WILUaM II. COX, M. C. IlDMKLL,
A. M. J. CeCiiban, W. II. Wadhwertm, Jr.,
Themas A. Davis.
OFFICE Fr,b,,c Cft,w" T'u'WIeff, .Ye. 10 Salt
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able and made known en application at
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A Werd te Republicans.
' The hope of the party Ilea In the expansion
Of e staltcitrt Republican press. The Repub
lican who reads or ethenclse help te tup-
pert a Democratic paper te the exclusion of
one of his etcn party newspapers If untrue
te tlte Republican cause.
Unanimously suhacrlbeil te by Ute National
J. S. CLAHKSON, President.
A. B. HUMPHREY, Secretary.
OP NEW YORK.
JOHN P. MCCARTNEY,
Of FLEMINO COUNTY.
FOR APPELLATE JUDGE,
WILLIAM H. HOLT,
ANDREW M. J. COCHRAN,
W. A. BYRON,
FOR CIRCUIT CI.ERK,
ORLANDO P. COX.
CHARLES W. WILLIAMS,
CHARLE3 II. NICHOLSON.
The Democratic campaign has
dwindled down fe a long, plaintive,
centemptible whine against the Re
publican managers. Frem every section
of the country the Democracy is heard
'shrieking: "The wicked Republicans
are using money te buy votes! They
are corrupting nsP It is a whlne a
long, petty, babyish whine, from a
party which, foreseeing its inevitable
' defeat at the polls, is getting ready with
Its excuses and explanations.
Trrw WnvlPt nhlfnif nf 4tii T7nn.iti1ttf.Mn
C'lJ jwriy, Buys J. no jychp jutk rresn, never
jenan,1 n rnlnntinn In ffin ttrnrraa nt
, jf .. .. mi r - T f. n
f 4Tnnr!ntin 1nlkl Mm Annnnfnl nllr.tt nt
ft .the Ttnnnhllpjin nnrfv nnvnr tvuianri Mm
.iiiess of a dellnf te the holder of an
j r-Azuuricuu uuuk note, uut iim rreo rree
, kade policy of the Democratic party
during James Buchanan's administra-
if tleh reduced wages in every department
AC labor, while the financial policy of
, the same party raulted in the less of
'- millions of dollars te the holders of the
Mf money issued by state banks. And
fee same old Domecratio party is hnng-
' M areuixi te-day begging the people te
4w ulfU.Iui- uwenn nt ta nnUnv nf
Th -' r "r: . "v''-
Ma rwn, ,
. I . r . i
Candidate Cleveland really doesn't
see hew the Republicans can carry the
election unless they bay It but let
him wait until next Tuesday and then
he will see. At present the idea of
people voting against a man se great
and geed as himself is really quite tee
absurd for his serious consideration.
The spectacle of rich men contribut
ing te the Republican campaign fund is
shocking aud highly reprehensible in
the eyes of modest and virtuous
mlllienarles like William C. Whitney
and Calvin S. Bhice. These gentle
men are making a tremendous effort te
reform politics, and can prove it by the
stubs in their check books.
The Democratic press of the country
has been vociferously howling for
several weeks about the enormity of the
Republican campaign fund, and new it
has just leaked out that the size of
Democratic fund with which te purchase
votes is $1,000,000, $400,000 of v which
will be used in the Empire State. But
this amount will net carry the state for
Cleveland, as $1,500,000 failed te de se
According te the strange logic of
of the "startling" discoverer of The Bul
letin, the lawyer whose duty and pro
fessional engagements call him te the
defense of an individual charged with
larceny thereby participates In the .theft
and himself becomes a thief; or if, per
chance, he accept employment from the
unfortunate creature who stands in
dicted for murder, he by se doing im
bues his hands in human bleed. And
as te civil affairs the insinuation is di
rectly made that if the lawyer engages
in the line of his profession te presecute
claims or defend the rights of corpora
tions before the courts his undertaking
carries with it his conscience and his
soul, for time and for eternity, by ever
after pandering te the interest of the
employer beyond the scope of employ
ment and after the engagement has
ended. Such may be the standard of
professional men and professional integ
rity, viewed from The Bulletin stand
point, but there is net a man, woman or
child in this Judicial District who can
be forced te Buspect that A. II. J. Coch
ran is of that low order of material.
There Is net a moral, high-toned citizen
who will net rejeice te see the misera
ble Imputation receive a just rebuke at
the polls. He who is ever faithful and
competent in his undertakings with the
individual may well be entrusted te pre-
side ever many.
It is a terrible cry of distress that is
arising from the peer In England. It
is stated In The Londen Mernina
Leader that the
number of people
Werklngmen, In Londen te-day.
Read This! In actual want of
the necessities of
life is net less than
00,000. These are net merely the peer
but the actually starving.
At a meeting of the unemployed,
held a few days nge en Tower II1II,
Londen, nnd attended by a large
multitude, It was resolved that "the
County Council be called upon te take
Immediate steps te provide useful and
productive work for the unemployed
workers of Londen, whose wives and
families are in a state of destitution
nnd want; nnd that the unemployed
nttend the Lord Mayer's Shew in their
thousands, in order te demonstrate the
widespread distress which new exists
among thorn." One of the speakers
declared that " the tens of thousands of
the unemployed of Londen were de
termined net te see their children pine
away from starvation befere their eyes,
and they were about te rise Up In their
Such is the condition of affairs in the
leading city of Free-trade Britain. It
is a painful spectacle. In this country,
en the ether hand, labor is prosperous
nnd well paid. Thore is no great
multitude of unemployed asking for
brend for their stnrvlng children. The
Protection of American Industry insures
comfort and contentmont, nnd provents
the American workingman from being
brought down te the pauper level of
the lnborer nbread. It remains for the
workingman te sny, en the 8th of
November, whether he prefers Harrison,
Protection nnd prosperity te Cleveland,
with British pauper wages nnd IMtlsh
distress' ami suffering. Ne Free-trado
Ne Paujwr Laber t
!ta?a,n - flBBJSteitelfl
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THE WAY TO VOTE.
KKAD OVER THESE DIRECTION B CARE
FULLY AND FOLLOW THEM.
It Is an Emy Matter te Tete Under the New
Law If i'eu Will Study Ullallett Net
Marked Intelligibly mil Aet be Counted.
Se much has been snld and written
nbeut the intricacies of the new election
law that people who hiwe net rend it
really think it will be a very tronblcsemo
mntter te vete under the new system.
It Is in fact a simple matter, especially
for theso persons who wish te vete a
straight ticket. The names of nil the
candidates of overy party are printed en
ene ballet, the candidates of each party
W. R. KINNEY.
CLAUDE M. THOMAS.
CHARLES K. WHEELER.
WILBUR T. HAYWARD.
JOHN B. BASK1N.
JOHN F. HODOE.
J. A. SCOTT.
J. M. ROTHWELL.
R. F. DEARING.
J. C. LVKEN'S.
N. B. HAYS.
J. H. HAZELRIGO.
R e p re s e ntative in Congress.
THOMAS H. PAYNTER.
JAMES P. HARBESON.
JAMES II. SALLEE.
J. C. JEFFEHSON.
J. C. OWENS.
being in a separate column, at the liciul
of which column is the device of that
party, Inclesed In n square Immediately
underMiis square will be placed tbe name
or title of the party ticket, and immedi
ately under tbe name the list of candi
dates of the party will be printed, the
name of each candidate having en its
right a small squnre for use in case n
voter wishes te vote for candidates of
A voter upon applying at the polls,
after his name and residence shall have
been taken, will be handed ene ballet
with which he shall retire te one of the
voting booths, which will be provided in
each precinct. If he desires te vote for
each and every candidate of ene party
he shall make a cress mark (X) inside the
square embracing the dovicceftuat party.
Each voting booth will be provided
with n rubber stamp with which te make
the X- and no lead pencil must be used.
The X in the square containing the tie
vice shows that the voter has voted for
overy candidate of that party, and no
ether marks must be made.
The device of the Republican party is
the Eagle; that of the Democratic party
the Rooster; of the Pcople's party a Plew
and Sledgehammer; of the Prohibition
ists the Phoenix, a bird which somewhat
resembles the Eagle and which voters do de
siring te vete the Republican ticket must
be careful net te mistake for the Repub
lican device. The X mark inside the
equare containing the Eagle will show
that you have voted for each and every
candidate en the Republican ticket an'd
your vote will be se-counted.
If a person desires te vete for ene or
mere candidates of a different party an
X mark shall be stamped in the small
square opposite, and te the right of such
candidates' names. Fer instance, should
a voter desire te vete the Democratic
ticket with the exception of say Circuit
Judge for which onice he wishes te vote
for the Republican candidate, he will
make his X niark in the square contain
ing the Rooster and also an X mark In
the small square te the right of the name
of the Republican candidate. Should
anyone wish te vete for the Democratic
National ticket and for any or nil of the
ether Republican candidates the same
rule will apply. The X tnark must be
placed In the square te the right of each
candidate en the Republican ticket for
whom you wish te vete If you have matle
nn X mark under the Rooster Indicating
your dotire te vete for Cleveland.
Any elector wue uccjarcs en eaiu mat,
by reason of Inability te rend the English
language he Is unable te mark his balht,
may dcclare his choice of candidates or
party ticket te the Clerk, who, In the
(iresencc of the Judges, Sheriff nnd dial
ongers, nnd the elector, shall, with his
pencil, tnnrk n dot in the appropriate
place for the cress mark, te indicate the
choice of the elector. The Clerk shall
then fold and deliver the ballet te the
elector, and Instruct him te rctire te the
booth nnd there mark his ballet by mak
ing a cress mark in the squares showing
If a veter docs net wish te vete for any
candidate for n certain ofilce, or wishes te
vete in only one rnce or mere, he shall
then place his X mark in the square op
posite the nnmes of each and every candi
daeo for whom he wishes te vete and
make no mark in the Bquarc containing
the device of any party.
WILLIAM A. MORROW.
L. J. CRAWFORD.
GEORGE N. TOWEUY.
W. ALLEN nULLOCK.
JOHN W. LEWIS.
WESLEY M. RARDIN.
N. C. CURETON.
G. W. DAVISON.
WALLACE S. GUDGELL.
V. J. WEIH).
E. K. WILSON.
W. H. HOLT.
Representative in Congress.
JOHN P. MCCARTNEY.
A. M. J. COCHRAN.
W. A. IlVltON.
ORLANDO P. COX.
CHARLES II. NICHOLSON.
The polls shall be opened at 7 o'clock
in the forenoon and kept open continu
ously up te nnd closed at 4 e clock In the
afternoon of the same day; and befere
receiving the ballet of any elector, the
eillccrs of election Bhall cause te be prei
claimed that such election is opened.
Me person, ether than the election
officers, shall remain within flftv feet of
the polls, except when veting: Provided,
That each political party may appoint
one challenger for each precinct, who
shall be entitled te stay in the room or at
the deer thereof. Such challenger shall
be appointed in writing by the Chairman
of the county or ether local commlttce
of their political party, and shall produce
written appointments en demand of eny
of the officers of election.
When the neils are closed the officers
of election shall, in the voting room, im
mediately count the votes, and certify
the same as hereinafter provided; nnd no
adjournment shall be had until the same
is completed. When the result of the
ballet is ascertained, it shall be immedi
ately announced by ent of the. judges In
front of the voting room, nnd thereupen,
the judges shall, In the presence of the
Clerk, Sheriff nnd the Inspectors destroy
the ballets voted, mutilated or spoiled,
and the ballets remaining unveted: Pro
vided, That if there are any ballets cast
nnd counted, or left uncounted, concern
ing the legality or regularity of which
thore is any doubt or difference of opin
ion in the minds of the Judges of elec
tion, said ballets shall net be destroyed,
but sealed up and returned te the Clerk
of the County Court with the returns of
the election, for such judicial or ether in
vestigation as may he necessary, with a
true statement as te whether they have
or have net been counted, nnd, if counted,
wlint part, and for whom.
We print horewith a partial likencss of
the ballet as it will appear. The Demo
cratic nnd Republican tickets arc arranged
lust ns they will appear en the regular
ballet. Te the right of the Republican
tlcket en the official ballet will be placed
the Poeplo's party, the Prohibition nnd
the Independent tickets In the order
Place your X ntiii under the Eagle
and inside the siuarennd there is no
possibility of making a mistake.
RiciiAim Thompson of Uonttyville was
thrown ftem a herse and killed, within
thirty feet of whero his father met'n
similar death thirty, yours age.
Presidential Campaign of Mfi
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