"Today all the trusts, all the 5 i monopolies, every agency which c 5 is bleeding the country, has 1 taken refuge under the wing of the Republican party, because c they fear the Democratie party, which has kicked them out." i -Extract trom Gov. Pingree's Buffalo 2 t speech, delivered Jan. 18, 1898. Vote Dext Tuesday. Help your party workera by voting early next Tnesday and take your deinocratio neignburs witb yon. See tbat every democrat in the tovcnehips and iu YpsilaDti, who is not aow xegütered, registers tomorrow.Satnrday. The Bnrrows supporters will have hard sledding in this legislativa district as neitber Wbeeler or Sntton a,re .JJorrows raen, Wheeler, if eleoted, woold, however, have a óhánCe to go into the repoblicau canons to vote against Bnrrows. The same state of affaire is true in the Ypsilanti district. Are yon ín favor of the trusts, monopolies and every agenoy which is bleeding the people, wbioh have been kicked ont of the democratie party? If so yon will vote the repnblioan ticket. Pingree says that they nave taken refnge nnder the wing of the republican party and he ouaht to know as he bas taken refnge himself. The repnblicans are making desperate efforts to electCook fpr register of deeds and demoorats fr'om varions sections have stated tbat; tbéy have been approacbed with offers to trade votes for varions other candidates for votes for Cook. This thing iá beooming so general that repnblioan voters who ai-e not doing this kind of business may find it necessary to rebuke this kind of work. The democratie oandidates are not in the trade, as is indicated by the fact that in different localites the demooratic candidatos for whioh the trade is asked to be made differ. Don't trade.