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W.M. Stewart, Nevada, U. S. Senator. McKinley promises the better admin istration. Bryan preached treason in encouraging the Filipinos to resist. Lee Mantle, Butte, Montana, ex-U. S. Senator. Bryan would degrade the American flag. Osorge floadly, New York, N. Y., ex-Governor of Ohio. McKinley is a bet ter man than Bryan ever can be. Junes H. Eckels, Comptroller of Currency under President Cleveland. Afraid of free silver and against Bryanism. W. D. Bynum, ex-Congressman and Democrat. Indiana. Favors sound money and scouts the idea of "imperialism." Col. Oliver C. Sabin, formerly secretary of the Silver Knights of America. The present money standard has proved the best. Free trade means pauperism. Is an expansionist." BRYAN REPUDIATED BY THE VOTERS OF HIS OWN STATE Dr. George L. -Miller, founder of the Omaha Herald. Bryan unsafe. Judge Eleazer Wakeley, the leader of the Omaha bar. Because Bryan is mistaken about the Phil ippines. William A. Paxton of Nebraska, who twice assisted Bryan's election to Congress. Silver. Thomas B. McPherson, President of the Omaha Cattle Loan Co. and cashier of the Union Stock Yards National Bank. Bryan's election would cause a panic. Euclid Martin, of Omaha, for years a leader of the Democratic party, formerly Chairman of the Democratic State Committee and Postmaster of Omaha under Cleve land. Favors the present stable currency. Edward Riley, of Omaha, party wheelhorse. Bryan's failure as a prophet, and prosperity. F. B. Lawrence, President of the Lawrence Shot ami Lead Co., Ne braska, has voted Democratic since 1SG4. Wants stable currency. E. Wyman, Shelton, Neb., Popu list member of Legislature. Will not fuse with the Democrats. George E. Pritchett, Nebraska, a lifelong Democrat. Money issue. B. T. Farnsworth, formerly Dem ocratic city attorney of South Oma ha, Neb. Because Bryan has been giving aid to the Filipinos. Judge W. D. MoHugh, leading at torney, Omaha. Bryan's failure as a prophet. Warren Snitzler, Nebraska, nom inee of the Gold Democrats in 1837 for Supreme Court Justice. General principles. Dr. John T. Pottoc, formerly a mem ber of the Illinois Legislature. George W. Jones, Lawrenceville, 111., formerly sheriff of Crawford County and a leading Democrat. Believes in expansion. The administration has proved its competency in handling all Questions. Judge W. C. Duncan, of Columbus, Ohio. Cannot support the principles of Popocracy, and is for expansion. Judge N. B. Hyatt, Webster City, Iowa. Sound money and expansion. Jas. B. Miller, a life-long Democrat and business man of Mt. Carroll, 111., after reading the statement signed by Wm. T. Baker of Chicago announcing his intention to vote for President Mc Kinley this year, said: "The senti ments of Mr. Baker are mine exactly. I could not express them in clearer or more forcible language. I shall vote for McKinley." James S. Evans, southern Democrat, now of Chicago. Democratic party is hypocritical in talking about consent of the governed in the Philippines after forcing white supremacy in the South. Adolph Hlrsch, of Heller Hirsch & Co., New York. Sound money. il C. Mead, Fresno, Cal., ex-member of Legislature. Democrats at Kansas City were cowardly on silver. S. M. Large, Athens, 111., ex-member Legislature. McKinley has given good administration. . William Bourner, Vandalia, 111., farmer. Cannot swallow the Kansas City platform. G. Van Hoorebeeke, Carlyle, 111., ex United States District Attorney. Im perialism is a bugaboo and dislikes 16 to 1. James Rice, Denver, Colo., ex-Secretary of State. Free silver has proved to be a mistake. E. E. Andersen, New York City, cot ton broker. Democrats cannot assume responsibility for Bryan. William C. Webster, prominent at torney, Nokomis, 111., and life-long Democrat. Believes in continuing prosperity. Lloyd Jackson, Baltimore, Md., Bry an's manager in '96. Kansas City plat form is un-American on expansion. W. F. Ritter, Jersey City, Demo cratic Alderman. In favor of holding the Philippines. Lyman Henry, Ouray, Colo., Chair man Populist Committee. Four years have shown the Republicans were right. J. M. Dill, Belleville, 111., Judge Cir cuit Court. The Republican party was proven right In '96. Jacob Stern, Erie, N. Y., Surrogate of Erie County. "I am what Bryan calls an imperialist." Fred Dahler, Pana, 111., President Altgeid Club in '96. Favors expansion and opposes free silver. C. H. Hopkins, Renville, Minn., leading farmer and Populist. The told standard has proved to be right. "Jack" Hale, Tilford, S. D., large wool grower. McKinley's administra tion has helped farmers. Henry Kellar, Sault Center, Minn., State Senator. Is an expansionist and sound money man. G. D. Perkins, Minneapolis, Minn., St. Anthony veteran. Has grown tired of Bryanism. Timothy Coakley, Boston, Mass., lawyer and free silver man. Does not wish to see American flag hauled down. W. S. Robinson, Marceline, Mo., Democrat for 70 years. The anti-er- J pansion argument is thinner than cheese cloth. A. S. Wilderman, St Clair County, Illinois, Circuit Judge. Democracy no longer has a definite policy. H. S. Foote of San Francisco, United States District Attorney In the Cleve land administration. Charles W. Lyman, President of the Commercial National Bank, Omaha. Always been a Democrat. Is against radicalism as represented by Bryan. William F. Wappich, resigned from Douglass County (Neb.) Dem ocratic Council because he could not endorse the Kansas City platform. Democratic party Is populistic. W. L. May, ex-State Fisli Com missioner of Nebraska. Voted for Palmer and Buckner in 1896. Sil ver. Lee W. Spratren, Omaha, promi nent worker in the Democratic ranks. Silver. E. L. Stone, of Dewey & Stone, furniture dealers, Omaha. Prosper ity and believes in letting well enough alone. William M. Bushman, leading warehouseman, Omaha. Prosper ity. Dr. George Tilden, Omaha. Dem ocratic worker for many years. Sil ver and the Philippine question. Henry W. Yates, President Ne braska National Bank. Many years a Democratic worker. Believes in letting well enough alone. Dr. H. Chambers, Fremont, Neb. Active supporter of Bryan in 1896. Bryan's predictions in 1896 came untrue. N. J. Pascoe, Dodge County, Ne braska. For twenty-five years a -Democrat. Expansion and sound money. Julius Beckman, Fremont, Ne braska, a leading business man. Bryan unsafe. Is satisfied with present prosperity." General Walter S. Turnbull, a San Francisco capitalist. Horace G. Piatt of San Francisco, Cal., a prominent lawyer. J. W. Oates, brother of Governor Oates of Georgia, of Santa Rosa, Cai. Formerly Democratic candidate for State Senator. George W. Baker, a leading San Francisco lawyer. Mr. Baker handled all the funds of the Silver Republicans in San Francisco and all California in 1896. William D. English of San Fran cisco, Cal., formerly chairman of the Democratic State Committee and State Harbor Commissioner. Brother of ex Congressman Warren D. English. Colonel C. H. Maddux of San Fran cisco, formerly State Senator. Robert Y. Hayne, a member of the San Francisco bar. Crittenden Thornton of San Fran cisco, the lawyer. Russell Heath, an influential farmer in Santa Barbara, Cal. E. F. Berward of Fresno, Cal., the banker. James A. Lelsen of Menominee, Mich., formerly Democratic State Sen ator. E. J. Pemberthy, formerly Demo cratic Postmaster of Houghton, Mich. W. C. Dewitt, for many years cor poration counsel of Brooklyn. L. J. Williams, president of the West Virginia Bar Association. J. Hervey Cook of Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. John H. Scheldt, the Brooklyn banker. John W. Cummlngs of Fall River, Mass., the prominent lawyer and Gold Democrat, ex-mayor of Fall River. J. H. Thomas, Annapolis, Md., ex collector of the port. Opposed to 16 to 1. G. A. Koerner, Belleville, 111. Silver. Phil M. Gundlach, Gundlach Drill Works, East St. Louis, 111. Bfyan has disrupted the party. Adam Guentz, ex-President Western Brewery, East St. Louis, 111. Barnhard Hartman, President Star Brewery, East St. Louis, 111. Gus Hilyard, ex-County Surveyor, East St. Louis, 111. Edward Abend, attorney, East St. Louis, 111. Was on Democratic Elec toral ticket four years ago. Favors expansion. Green Paterson, farmer East St. Louis, 111. Was formerly Democratic Central Committeeman. Richard Waugelin, cashier Belleville Savings Bank, East St. Louis, 111. Edgar H. Gans, one of the ablest at torneys in Baltimore, Md. Wants sound money. Believes Imperialism a straw man. H. H. Waldo, life-long Democrat, Rockford, 111. Don't want free silver. Judge William Newton, Flint, Mich. In favor of expansion as a Jeffersonian Democratic policy. W. W. Ford, Bloomfleld, Mo., for years one of the leading Democrats of Stoddard County. Believes that ex pansion is right and cry of imperial ism is senseless. Thomas F. Ryan of New York, a Democrat and associated with Wil liam C. Whitney in business enter prises. Prosperity and the money issue. Sidney V. Lowell, prominent Demo cratic attorney of Brooklyn. Bryan's position in the Philippine rebellion is treasonable. John Johnson, recently Chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of McDonald County, Missouri. Prosper ity. R. C. Springate, business man, El Paso, 111. We should let well enough alone. Webster Nance of Hubbard, Mo., who has been a Democrat for sixty years. mw n im iiimi ii wiiiibimimii K mll , .-r-ffn mn hub iiii hp -imM w. A. Peffer, Kansas, ex-U. S the Philippines is treason. Hon. Charles Denby, of Evansville, Ind., President Cleveland's Minister to China. Mr. Bryan first urged the purchase of the Philippines from Spain, and then. as soon as the islands were purchased he set up the cry of imperialism, and harps upon it night and day, which he knows to be false. Marion Butler, North Carolina, U. S. by unlawful means. W. E. English, Indianapolis, ex-Congressman, and son of the Democratic nominee for Vice-President in 1880. For expansion and sound money and for supporting an honest administration. Joseph H. Outhwaite, of Columbus, O., ex-Congressman and a leader of his party. Want sound money. Nothing in imperialism. kansas appreciates Mckinley prosperity M. B. Nicholson, Council Grove, Kan. Judge District Court. "The present attitude of the Democratic party is not patriotic." J. M. Dunsmore, Speaker Kan sas House of Representatives, 1893. I am a loyal American and propose to support candidates who will vote to hold every inch of ground ac quired by war. Paul F. Jones, Marion, Kan., fu sion nominee for Senator in 1896. I have always been a Democrat, .but I can't see how a man can call him self a Democrat and array himself under the banner of Bryan. W. A. Choguill, Humboldt, Kan., fusion nominee for Legislature in 1898. The Republican party is the party of progress; the Democratic the party of negation. I shall vote the Republican ticket. Judge B. H. Thompson, Norton, Kan. With prosperity at home and the country enjoying the respect of the world, this is not the time for a change. F. H. Horton, Mayor of Clifton, Kan. Mr. Bryan's prophecies have failed to come to pass, and he and his party are now acting unpatriot ically. James Jackson, ex-County Clerk, Oberlin, Kan. I shall go with the Republican party because it has principles and stays by them. Professor W. W. Runyon, Marion, Kan. The Philippine policy of the Democrats is unpatriotic, contradic tory and absurd. George W. Simmons, Argentine, Kan. President of a club of forty Democrats who voted for Bryan, but will vote for McKinley. As be tween Populism and socialism, fil tered through the channel of Bry anism, we prefer McKinleyism. J. T. Gaskell, Mayor of Sterling, Kan. I don't want a change. Judge R. J. Graham, Ottawa, Kan. I am in accord with this ad ministration on the issue Mr. Bryan calls "imperialism." L. L. Seeley, Kingman, Kan., nominated this year for County Commissioner by the fusionists, de clines, saying: I believe a contin uance of the Republican party in power will be for the country's good. W. H. Savery, Populist County Attorney, Cloud County, Kansas. I will take the stump for McKinley because I believe he is right. Orson King, Mayor of Randolph, Kan. Present conditions make it impossible for me to again vote for Mr. Bryan. Will Bozorth, Catlin, Kan. I have a boy in the Philippines, and I want to stand by the party that stands by my boy. C. E. Collins, Baxter Springs, Kan. Populist leader. McKinley's administration has brought pros perity. B. J. Jones, Hutchinson, Kan. Populist State Senator. Repub licans are right on the money ques tion. James Donivan, Lakin, Kan., Chairman Democratic Committee. Bryan represents too many political parties. T. W. Wool, Altelope, Kan., ex Confederate soldier. Bryan's course has encouraged Aguinaldo in rebel lion. P. J. Hamble, Valley Falls, Kan., Chairman Populist Committee. Convinced free silver is a fake. J. J. Frey, Topeka, Kan., ex-manager Santa Fe road. The Repub lican party runs the country on cor rect business principles. John Rehrig, Burlingame, Kan., ex-Populist Jepresentative. Mc Kinley is right on "the money ques tion. C. W. Mains, Sewell County, Khn., Populist Probate Judge. Has had enough anti-patriotic utterances. Rev. P. E. Jones, Marion, Kan., minister and Populist. McKinley is right on the Philippine question. J. W. Farrell, Wler City, Kas., Captain Spanish war. Democrats cannot consistently fuse with Popu lists. James Lofty, Council Groves, Kan., Probate Judge. McKinley has made a good President. W. E. Kibbe, Council Groves, Kan., Populist leader. Bryanism is like rainbow chasing. John Brown, Agency Township, Page County, Kan. Well satisfied with this administration and pros perity. Wm. Addis, ex-Mayor of Empo ria, Kan. Thos. W. Wood, Marion County, Kan. W. A. Disch, ex-Secretary Popu list Convention Central Committee, Labette County, Kansas. John Larson, Populist Central Convention Committee, Riley County, Kansas. M. J. Garbett, Populist, Jefferson County, Kansas. A. V. Houghton, Cottonwood Falls, Kan. Sam Pratt, Populist, Wabaunsee County, Kansas. J. West Goodwin, editor Sedalia, Mo. Afraid of free silver. Imperial ism is mere rubbish. Dr. R. S. Henry, Charleston, W. Va. "For McKinley from the crown of my head to the soles of my feet. Major A. Burlow. Charleston. W. Va. want sound money. Senator. Bryan's action in connection with Senator, Democrats carry elections Chas. Enlow, Populist, Wabaun see County, Kansas. Wm. Clarkson, Populist, Marion, Kan. L. W. Kee, Concordia, Kan. Capt. John Ritchie, Eldorado, Kan. John Livermore, Harper County, Kansas. J. H. H. Kelly, Council Grove, Kan. Geo. Ross, Washington, Kan. John Brown, Lomax, Kan. Reuben Kent, Spring Mill, Kan. C. Bailey, Spring Hill, Kan. O. F. Nelson, Brown County, Kansas. B. G. Hopkins, Council Grove, Kan. Judge Shipp, Ft Scott, Kan. W. C. Short, Osborn County, Kan sas. W. D. Olney, Burlington, Kan. Thos. Hanson, Summitt, Kan. Jos. O'Darr, Emporia, Kan. Jos. Spencer, Spring Hill, Kan. Brey Cassaway, Spring Hill, Kan. Arthur J. Heath, Wilson County, Kansas. Geo. W. Bayne, Oberlin, Kan. Dr. Carl Swenson, President Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan. Prosperity. Dr. N. S. Tobey, Salina, Kan. A. A. Newman, department store, Arkansas City, Kan. Prosperity. Geo. Crotzer, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. W. H. Daniels, painter, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Eli Evans, merchant, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. H. R. Troth, electrician, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. J. S. Faulk, carpenter, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. S. R. Green, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Wm. Fifer, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Frank Bruton, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. P. Kamm, traveling man, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. - C. F. Bliss, traveling man, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Newton Bilger, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. A. Utz, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. . J. P. McClug, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. John Cramer, carpenter, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. J. L. Glossell, farmer, Delaware County, Kausas. Prosperity. D. S. Carly, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Jas. Brown, paper hanger, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. 0. G. Hoistrum, tinner, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Geo. Geiger, pharmacist, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Thieman Williams, farmer, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Frank Mannock, farmer, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Henry Harmes, painter, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. A. B. Burton, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Dr. Gillman, physician, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. John Gillis, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Henry Blumberg, farmer, Dela ware County, Kansas. Prosperity. W. M. Stewart, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. H. H. Painter, retired farmer, Delaware County, Kansas, pros perity. John Wander, farmer, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. W. M. Danills, painter, Delaware County, Kansas. Prosperity. Anthony Hahn, Sumner County, Kan. Andrew Downer, Ellis County, Kan. J. F. Kelsey, Jewell, Kan. Fryer Angood, Harvey, Kan. S. A. Black, Riley, Kan. M. J. Garrett, Jeherson, Kan. W. Whipky, Endosdale, Kan. J. L. Hopkins, Kingman, Kan. ,J. H. Lancaster, Franklin, Kan., a soldier in the Philippines. Fred Ott, Eudora, Kan. Burnett Baxter, Franklin, Kan. H. E. Noble, Sherman, Kan. George Dailey, of Ottawa, Kan., a Philippine soldier. Pierce Nossman, Kingman, Kan. O. C. Grove, Harvey, Kan. H. B. Lucas, editor of the McCune (Kan.) Transcript George B. Shaw, traveling man, Ottawa, Kan. Charles Longleft, Cowley, Kan. John Schutts, Greenleaf, Kan. A. D. Stafford, Smith, Kan. Lieutenant William Weaver, Em poria, Kan., a Philippine soldier. G. A. Vandever, Hutchinson, Kan. J. W. Berryman, Ashland, Kan. W. L. Thompson, Howard, Kan., who soldiered with Roosevelt in Cuba. W. F. Noble, St. John, Kan. William Collins, Burton, Kan. V. Prindle, Burton, Kan. David Hanselman, Burton, Kan. W. T. Davis, Burton, Kan. Judge Jamest, Hoblet, 111., leading Democrat. Believes in sound money. W, -S. Robinson of Marceline. Mo., deserted Bryanism. Col. George W. Wardner of Kansas i City, who has always stumped the l states for Democracy. Conditions have I changed. Hon. J. Sterling florton, Nebraska, ex-President Cleveland's Secretary of Agriculture. Against Bryanism. Hon. James E. Boyd, the only Democratic governor Nebraska ever had. Imperialism is impossible and free silver a mistake. Dennis A. Hayes, President Green Glass International Association: "I do jig allow politics to mix with my business affairs, but I cannot help thinking how politics and business go together. I hope for Mr. flcKinley's election from the working man's standpoint. When the Wilson law be came effective our trade was reduced 15 per cent in wages. After McKinley was elected wages were restored. I am an expansionist." General John C. Black, of Illinois, former Pension Commissioner. Expan sion and favors supporting our men in the Philippines General Paul Van der Voort, Nebraska, formerly national commander of the G. A. R. Sound money. MANY INDIANA DEMOCRATS WHO KNOW GOOD TIMES John S. Buzzard, Huntington, Ind., Democratic candidate for sher iff in 1894. Sound money, national growth and commercial and indus trial prosperity. Captain L. C. Baird, civil en gineer and Spanish war veteran, Jeffersonville, Ind. "I am for ex pansion and sound moneyt" John T. Strange, attorney, Ma rlon, Ind. Delegate to the Demo cratic National Convention of 1896, late Democratic candidate for Grant county circuit judge. Believes in letting present prosperous condi tions alone, and that McKinley's administration deserves endorse ment Joseph Newberger, ex-postmaster Matthews, Ind. Hon. George T. Whittaker, Dun kirk, Ind., state's attorney. "Bryan is a many-sided, dangerous man. I am opposed to his disloyal propo sition to haul down the flag in the Philippines." Herman Hulman, Jr., wholesale grocer, Terre Haute, Ind. "The financial question is, of course, the main issue with me, but I approve the foreign policy of the McKinley administration. I regard Mr. Bryan's views, both on the money question and foreign affairs, as un wise, not to say unsafe. I am will ing to intrust what interests I have at stake to an administration that has made such a splendid record." A. H. Urban, manager Indiana Shovel Co., New Castle, Ind.: "Bryan is an insincere and dan gerous man. The issue in the cam paign is Bryanism, and I want to see it effectually and finally blotted out" D. F. Kennedy, Indiana organizer of the American Federation of La bor. Opposed to 16 to 1 and noth ing in "imperialism." John Ruby, business man Charles ton, W. Va. Sound money. H. D. McCormick, formerly Demo cratic State Senator in Missouri, now resident in Kentucky. Want sound money. Richard Dalton of Missouri, who contested with William Stone in 1892 for governor. Made Republican speeches this campaign. Col. John P. Irish of California, Cleveland's naval officer at San Fran cisco. Sound money and expansion. General Charles Tracy, New York. Sound money. L. C. Krauthoff, Illinois. Sound money. L. M. Martin, Iowa. Sound money. W. R. Shelby, Michigan. Sound money. Clinton K. Tharp, Mayor of Wash ington, Ind., former member of the State Senate. John P. Frenzel, Indianapolis. Sound money. Talford P. Linn, leading attorney Columbus, Ohio. Sound money. Thomas F. Corrington, Georgia. Sound money. Cordon Woodbury, New Hampshire. Sound money. Louis F. Ogden, Wisconsin. Sound money. Dr. Thomas Goostree, of Salem, 111., one of the oldest practitioners In Southern Illinois and a life-long Dem ocrat, has renounced Bryan and the Democratic ticket, saying he and his two sons, also Democrats, will work to secure the success of the Republican ticket. He says Bryanism savors too much of anarchism Samuel Keel of Salem, 111., who sup ported Bryan In 1896, has severed his connection with the Democratic party and will vote for McKinley. W. G. Ferguson, a retired farmer of Odin, 111., and a former Democratic wheelhorse in Marion County, has served notice on the Democratic lead ers that he stands no longer identified with that party and will support Mc Kinley, for the reason that the ex pansion policy is Democratic doctrine of the Jefferson brand. John Sager, a merchant, Helm, 111., was raised a Democrat, but has joined the McKinley club of his place, and in a speech on that occasion he repu diated Bryan and all that Bryanism means. Ferdinand Stedenger, editor, Rock ford, 111. Favors prosperity. Against 16 to Samuel Belcher, Gilman, BL Against any change. Thomas H. Stokes, Lincoln, 111., for merly Democratic postmaster. Sugar coating the Bryan pill does not make it palatable. Bailey Rossette, editor, DeKalb, 111. McKinley has given a wise and pa triotic administration and deserves re election. Judge Fred Bross, Cairo, 111. Want a government that will stand for sound principles and practices. A. R. Haines, Canton, 111., a Demo cratic Patriarch. Bryan is a political mountebank, charlatan and trickster. I am for expansion and against 16 to 1. Am opposed to the giving up of a peb ble on the Philippines. Judge W. R. Curran, Pekin, 111., elected judge of Tazewell County by the Democrats six years ago. I am tired of Bryanism and am now devot ing my time to the organization of Republican clubs. J. M. Kiefer and Q. C. Ward, Ma comb, 111. We organized the first Gold Democratic club In 1896, with 120 members, but they are all for McKln .ey now. Paul Krauss, Indianapolis, Ind. Albert Lieber, brewer, Indianapo lis, Ind. Capt. William H. Hilligoss, Mun cie, Ind., for many years on Dela ware county Democratic county committee. "Imperialism is a fake." Is an expansionist. Otto Frenzel, Indianapolis, Ind. Sound money. Capt. W. W. Keen, Dunkirk, Ind., served in three different regiments during the civil war and has been a Democrat many years. Opposed to Bryan's scheme of shouting impe rialism. It is flimsy and the thin nest thing yet produced. George W. McDonald, secretary of the Gold Democratic Committee of Indiana. Albert Traber, one of the most prominent German-Americans of Indianapolis. G. C. Conn, Elkhart, Ind., ex Congressman. Present prosperity and opposition to free silver. George A. Tanner, Indianapolis, prominent Democrat Had enough of 16 to 1 and anti-expansion. Col. Leroy Templeton, Indianapo lis, formerly of Fowler. Nothing in the issue of Bryan democracy. Maurice Thompson, Crawrords ville, Ind. Sound, money and ex pansion. Judge Charles N. Pollard, one of the most prominent lawyers of Howard county, Indiana, and his son, Otis Pollard, have repudiated Bryan and announce their intention of supporting President McKinley. Judge Pollard has been prominent in Democratic politics for years and was nominated by President Cleve land in 1885 for a Territorial Judge ship. He is tired of Bryanism. J. C. Carelton, Bedford, Ind., Mexican war veteran. McKinley has promoted soldiers from the ranks. Dr. L. Tibbetts, Rockford, 111. I voted the Gold Democratic ticket four years ago, but am for McKinley now. I have experienced jjo change of heart on Bryanism. George Conklin, Sumner, 111., ex Town Clerk, Democratic candidate for County Clerk in Kankakee County four years ago. I am in favor of Mc Kinley, prosperity and expansiun. F. C. Hasemeyer, Peotone, 111. I voted the Democratic ticket for fifteen years, but am now opposed to free sil ver and am in harmony with expan sion and McKinley. Professor S. S. Hamill, Jacksonville. 111. Former instructor and friend of Bryan. I have notified Mr. Bryan that I cannot support him and his policy this year. Dr. C. W. Mathews, Richmond, 111. I have been a life-long Democrat, but recently declined re-election as Coun ty Central Committeeman, and will support McKinley. Dr. R. H. Henry, Peotone, 111. I have renounced Bryanism and wilt support McKinley this year. John Cann, Will County, Illinois. Democratic ex-Committeeman. L voted for Bryan four years ago, but will work for McKinley and prosperity this year. Robert Norman, Peotone, 111., ex Justice of the Peace and member of the Democratic Central Committee. I have come to the conclusion that I cannot vote for Bryan again, for, if Bryan is elected, it will bring a retum of hard times. Dr. H. S. Burnett, Raleigh, Saline County, 111. I was born a Democrat, and would not feel right in any other party, but the unprecedented prosper ity of the country will cause me to vote for McKinley this year. Daniel Crabtree, Weber, Jefferson County, 111. I will be 100 years old next February and have always voted the Democratic ticket, but this year, if I live, I shall vote for McKinley and the whole Republican ticket because I believe it is best. Dr. J. W. Stone, Springerton, 111. I cannot support Bryan and his plat form this year, but will assist protec tion and expansion by speech and bal lot. Roderick Von. Mansteiff, Chicago, 111., President of the Society of Vet erans of the German Army in Illinois. Although I am a Democrat I am strongly opposed to the popocratic 18 to 1 fallacy, and shall work and vote for McKinley. Dr. John T. Pollock, former Demo cratic member of the Illinois Legisla ture and one of the famous "101" whe elected John M. Palmer Senator. Al though a stanch Democrat I intend to support McKinley and the whole Re publican ticket this fall. William Goalby and three sons, Per cy, 111. We have alw-ays been Demo crats, but the present unpatriotic atti tude of the Democratic party and Mc Kinley's splendid administration has caused us to join the Republicans. Louis Schliervoch, Christian County, Illinois. Farmer. I have always been an uncompromising Democrat, but I am now squarely for McKinley. Frank Maucker, Moline, 111. I have had work for the past three years and worked overtime till I begged for hol idays, and had good wages all tbe time, and shall no longer vote the. Democratic ticket, but support McKin ley. John L. Jennings, Burns, 111. Life long Democrat and relative of William Jennings Bryan. I shall vote for Mc Kinley this year, and my change of faith Is due to the imperialistic issue.