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T II K ALLIANCE - IN DEPENDENT.
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FRAUD IN VIRGINIA.
It Hm Banana So f'alpabla That Da
eralie I'apara Arc I'rotetlBj.
e recent election in TirginU U call
oat the usual ontcry against fraud a
methods. The chairman of the
bit itate committee baa made a
declaration to the effect that
thousands of votes cast for the
pulist candidates were not counted.
id that in some election district he
prove that the number of persona
ho voted for the Populist candidates
was three and four times greater than
the votes returned for these candidates.
The Populist chairman thinks that it
will hardly be worth while to make con
tests, because the Democrats have every
thing in their own hands, and all the
(election officers were Democrats. But
some con tests will be made nevertheless.
This outcry is not confined to the Pop
ulists nor to the Republicans. The Re
publicans are not saying much this year,
because they concluded from past expe
rience that it was not worth while to at
tempt to elect their candidates as long
lathe Democrats had exclusive control
f the election boxes and the counting of
rotes. But some of the prominent Dem
ocrats are also becoming alarmed over
he fraudulent methods put into effect in
Virginia. Last year the Birmingham
Ige-Herald, the leading Democratic
lewspaper in Alabama, came out in
cathing denunciation of the scandalous
rands perpetrated by the Democratic
eaders in Alabama. The Richmond
rimes, the leading Democratic newspa
wr in Virginia, came out today with a
imilar statement with regard to the
ilections in the Old Dominion.
The Times today prints a leading edi-
orial, in which it declares that the white
eopleof Virginia are profoundly discon
tented with the management of the
Pemocratio party in that state. The
imes points to the immense falling off
the white vote in the last election as
n indication of the truth of the asser-
"We are not prepared to say," con-
jnneg I he limes editorial, "that our
lections are dishonestly conducted. All
at we can say is that there is a general
lief all over the state that they are,
id the records furnish only too much
idence in support of the belief. In the
ection of 1880 between Mahone and
cKinney we saw results produced in
ie counties where there is a heavy negro
Lte that were altogether perplexing.
lid in the election just held are likewise
suits that are inexplicable."
The Times continues: "Now, we want
say, and we want to say it with the
most solemnity and impressiveness,
at the foundation stone upon which
ee representative government must
st is honesty and purity in elections.
is vain to talk and hope for good gov-
mmentif cheating and fraud in our
fictions is winked at or tolerated. If
p vwuuivuGo m irauu, we must end in
ttenness. If our elections are unfair,
ey must be made fair, whether it
tings negro rule upon us or not. Negro
So is more endurable than a condition
ich must end in corrupting our peo
and turning them into a population
thieves, and this must result if fraud
penly practiced and winked at and
The Times' editorial concludes by in
king that the present election law be
tealed and some impartial and fair
i instituted. But there is no proba
itythat the Democratic leaders will
ttndon any of their dishonest methods,
i the contrary, they are preparing to
ie the passage through the senate of
s federal election law, which is the
ly thing that now offers any check
latever to their corrupt methods.
ashmgfon Special to Philadelphia
Tf rr rmil lot of
'Poland China boar
from ten d liferent
lrr which ha now offers at private sale.
reawTing all bis spring atoms for a public sal
mutton, inee pica are choice individual and
choicely bred. r by soch sires as Orient, 12
l7: woifes wiik- vnau. be by Uoy Wilkes 2nd.
17.777 that recently sold for WQO.W, and other
noted boar. The dams are equally good and
chock full of w likes, Tecamseh. Van Due and
U. S blood. Come and ass, or writ for what
Furnas County Herd.
BIG BERK HOGS
A few you d jr. males left. Orders booked
for sows bred. Choice fall pigs cheap.
See my premium pig offer.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaveb City, Neb.
L. H. SOIEB,
riSitrtrmtwirrr Proprietor of
ELKHORN : VALLEY : HERD
Have a splendid lot of Dies for sale. Mostly
sired hy Free Trade's Best, whose sire waisold
for WW This herd has no superior East or
est. Prices on Sprli g Pigs range from 112
to VJU, according to quality. L. H. trrsR,
SUre CUre for
Hog t$ chickei)
I have a positive, tried, proved and guar-
an teed cure for hog and chicken cholera, which
has Hiwoa the test of six years without ever
making a falluee to my knowledge or that I
ever heard of. It has been used successfully
in hundredsof cases. My father is and has
been for forty years a leading hog-raiser in
this county, and has lost many hogs from
cholera, but has never lost a hog or chicken
from cholera since the discovery of thla rem
edy. Oue dollar will buy enough of the ingred
ient at any drug; store to cure 50 to 75 head of
bogs. I will send any person the recipe for
only fifty cents Send today, use the remedy
and you w 11 never lose another hog or chicken
from cholera: don't wait until ihev beeta to
die. Itefcreiices: My Postmaster, Express
Agent, or Pastor of Baptist Church, of which I
am a member, or any business house or good
citizen of this town. Agents wanted Ad
dress, Mrs. Rachel, V. Thomas,
Co warts, Alabama
SEND ONE DOLLAR
Lawton Lamp Stove !
Will heat a mom at a cost
of TWO CENTS a day.
Will heat a room la ten
minutes. Will fit any lamp
chimney. One agent wanted
in every town and eity. Ad
dress, Lawton Lamp Stave
Co , Chelsea, Mass.
IOWA FEED STEAMEB
Given away if It does
not save its cost in one
Martin dc MorriBsey M'fg
Company, Omaha, Neb.
Bright Outlook In Texas,
correspondent of the Atlanta Con-
.ntion, writing from Brownwood,
., says of the division in the Demo- J
tio party: "Only one thing will cause j
m to come toirether certainly not .
lir love for each other but the fear of i t AND DEC II I EGG
Populists, who have been metaphor is ' . lafcllaVBawVU
lly 'sawing wood and saying noth- f 05J ':sw
Tirvn- xi-- TA 1 1 i i
rt uiio mo Lrauiuuraui uave ucttu i
eling among themselves, the Popn-'
I have been preaching Populistic doe
rs and despoiling the ranks of thedi-
Democracy with a degree of suc-
i that frightens the warring Demo-
, and if there is a two sided Demo-
i fight next year, as last year, they
be close after big game in Texas, JOLIET STROWBRIDGE CO., Joliet. III.
nwnaruuira nntra iinnn ciT-ir m r nn . . w
Ivomi ubtd irotu ouumjLucuou Mtvu&m wmin Agents lot tut CHAMPION WAUOH, Thl
affifiitla tf ftniiimuia rm thn ctHvav rnwa.!
ton since it has been in special sea-
mJ L3 "VWMI make a Farmer Happj,
Cirinds more grain to an)
NlefrraA tit Aiihimi than uib
'iwm'other mill Grinds ear-corn.
.9 AB.H a.A flA .liU1 IT,. .i
msu, vWf iuic v ivrufl I ,
choke. We warrant the PKKRLESS to be the
KSTand CHEAPKST MILL ON EARTH I
lerring to the Populist nomination
vernor of Texas in 1894, the cor-
dent says, "The prosiiect for next
b certainly such that this noinina-
rot regarded as a mere compli-
Uveland mad Alabama' Tote.
Itor Daniels' statement that, had
lople of Alabama known Cleve-
rt'ttl i-ositlon on the silver qucs-
Ie would not Lave received their
involves the charge that he ol-
thelr votes by false pretenses.
Iho fact is as the senator stated it.
re ii'ln who eutcrtaiu fc-mve
s io win iher he did really get
Mt of a majoniy i f the v'o ox
, anyway, and these iniiiile will
that the senator probably lueaus that
the Alabauiluns really wudmloud his
litlon thf uianagert of C'kvf laiU s
ipalga would -. been unable to
il the eUcttral vote of the state,
rual of the Knight of Labor.
W rttc us avt ono for nruM auid avamcv. Tliarat ia monsv in this
win. mww oniT dt in
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