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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 January 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. Davenport tfc Co., General Agent*., Liverpool, Loudon & Globe Insurance Company, No 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The Haxall-Orensliaw Company, Haxall Mills, Richmond, Va. Jot. Cohn.—One price Clothier, Tailor and Gents' Furnisher, 821, 826, 828, Main St., 117 North St, Lynchburg, Va. Accortini.—The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. OeoTtje W. And'rton, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Papor Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, Ac. Ot'ar Oram, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. 14 Governor street, Richmond, Va. Ouggenheimer d Co.—V#holesale and Retail Dry Goods, Notions, Ac. Lee <x Co. —Wholesale and Rotail Grocers, 927 Main Street. Moiby H. Payne <& Co. —Leaf Tooacco Commission Merchant*, 027 Main Street. Dismal Swamp Lottery C 0.—806 Main Street, Lit. C. Bandel, Resident Agent. W. A. Strother & Son, Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Co...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 January 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCAItTY. IjKT no guilty man resign. Congress has a chance to save a heavy sum by closing the Government coffers against the ChandlerRoach combination which is thoroughly understood as a concern consisting of the United States Navy Department and a shipbuilder, the business of the concern being to get enormous appropriations every year for remodeling the Navy, selling the old vessels, making steel cruisers, (steal with an a.), and generally defrauding the uationai legislature on the Robesouian plan. The model of the United States war ship recommended by this enterprising concern is so beautifully drawn that the proposed ships furnish in addition to the first job for construction another set of fat contracts for repairing. The country calls aloud for reform and demands that the Boss of the navy and his "side-partner," Johnny Roach be curtailed. An able journalist and politician declares that with the Tariff issue the Republicans can carry New Jersey, whic...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 January 1884

Love'* Watch. It m-»y bo at the cock-crcw, When the night is dying slowly In the sky, k "And the sea looks calm and holy, Waiting for the dawn Of the golden sun, Which draweth nigh; When the mists are on the valleys, shading The rivers chill, And my morning star is fading, fading >Over the hill; Behold! I say to you—Watch 1 Let the door be on the latch In your home. In the chill before the dawning, Between the night and morning, I may come. It may be in the morning, When the sun is bright and strong, And the dew is glittering sharply Over the little lawn ; When the waves are laughiug loudly Along the shore, And the birds are singing sweetly About the door; With a long day's work before you, You rise up with the sun, And the neighbors come in to talk a little Of all that must be done; But remember that I may be the next To come in at the door, To call you from your busy work Foreverniore; As you work your heart must watch, For the door is on the latch In your room, And it ...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 January 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION (In advance) One copy, one quarter. $ .25 One copy, six months 50 One oopy, one year.... 1.00 Foe Advertising Ratm apply at the office. The Campaign ia on sale by the following Newsdealers: Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond V». W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E Pugh, Petersburg, Va. Juo. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill A, Bro., Danville, Va. J. 11. Coppridge, Dauville, Va. N Leouard, Richmond, Va. H. J. Heuaer, Wythevill?, Va Geo. Oravatt Jr., Roanoke. [ Entered at Ihe foil Office at Richmond, Va., at lecond-clan matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by the office of the Campaign. "THE CAMPAIGN." The call has been so general for the continuation of this paper, and the recognition of its services so complimentary, that it has been put in charge of a joint stock company and under the editorial control of Mr. I'auk McCarty, to be published i...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 March 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. Davenport & Co., General Agents, Liverpool, London &. Globe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Kichmond. The Haxall-Orenshaw Company, Haxall Mill?, Kichmond, Va. Jot. Cohn.—One-price Clothier, Tailor and Gents' Furnisher, 824, 826, 828, Main St., 117 North St., Lynchburg, Va. Accorsini. —The Bon-Tan Confectioner and Fruiterer. Oeorge W. Andcrion, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpete, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, itc. Oicar Oram, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. 14 Governor street, Richmond, Va. Lee <t Co. —Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 927 Main Street. Itoiby H. Payne Jt Co. —Leaf ToDacco Commission Merchants, 927 Main Street. Dismal Swamp Lottery C 0.—806 Main Street, Lit. C. liandel, Resident Agent. W. A. Sirother d Son, Wholesale and Retail Lruggists. Commercial Bank. —Capital $lOO,OOO. Henry Silverthorne.—lmporter and dealer in Jewelry, ...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 March 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGK MoCABTY. Tub Campaign.—sl a year, payable in advance, by mail. Address The Campaign, Richmond, Va., or Lynchburg, "Va., enclosing currency or postoffice order. Corning, Ohio, calls aloud for Hepublican investigation. There was more gore and cruelty than the mill has turned out for Danville. Parson Newman costs the congregation so much that it has been mooted whether it would not be better to dispense with the choir. Tom Nast, the great caricaturist, returns to Harper's Weekly with an elephant sketch of the Republican party, and himself as a midget. The District of Columbia will send a delegation to the National Dem ocratic Convention, although people are not allowed to vote in the political model farm of the nation. It is to be hoped that the Soudan will soon furnish a real piece of news which will not be contradicted. Mystery and rumor are all that prevail just at present, and the False Prophet must be the author of the reports. Excelsior, the last spec...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 March 1884

Slier man's Tours. The Senate toiled and toiled away On numerous affairs of State Till, near the finish of the day, While in the heat of fierce debate, A Senator, unknown to lame, In sacrilegious manner spoke The sweet Eliza I'lnkston's name— Lo! from his pondering Sherman woke; The mention of the martyr seemed To rouse him from the dreams he dreamed. And all at once he felt the brine Ooze from bis system wan and weak— The sweat stood out upon his spine— The blood suffused bis either oheok ! With alternating chill and flush, He tottered to a sofa nigh, And, sinking on its soothing plush, His groat white soul gave forth a sigh, Boneath the pent up grief of yearn, Hie fevered orbe dissolved in tears. —Eugene Field in the Chicago News. WAR REMINISCENCES. Pliil Kearney in the Naildle. Second Battle of Bull Run. [_E. N. Lament in Philadelphia TimoH.] About 1 o'clock the entire line was engaged and the battle raged with a fierceness and intensity far exceeding anything I had witnessed on ...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 March 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Fob Advertising Rates apply at the office. The Campaign is on sale by the following Newsdealers: • Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E I'ugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. W add ill & Bro., Danville, Va. J. H. Coppridee, Danville, Va. H. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. [Entered, at the J bit Office at Richmond, Va., at seeond-clau matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by the office of the Campaign. "THE CAMPAIGN." The call has been so general for the continuation of this paper, and the recognition of its services so complimentary, that it has been put in charge of a joint stock company and under the editorial control of Mk. Page McCakty, to be published in the interest of the Democratic Party of Virginia. It will be devoted...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 22 March 1884

VOL. I. The Campaign—sl a year, payable in advance. Send post-office order or currency by mail. Address The Campaign, either Richmond or L/nchburg, Va. BUSINESS RECORD. Davenport <1 Co., General Agents, Liverpool, London & Qlobe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The Haxall-Crenthaw Company, Haxall Mills, Richmond, Va. Joi. Cohn. —One-price Clothier, Tailor and Gents' Furnisher, 824, 826, 828, Main St., 117 North St., Lynchburg, Va. Accoreini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. Qeorge W. Anderton, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, Ac. Oscar Cranz, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. 14 Governor street, Richmond, Va. Motby H. Payne <4 Co.—Leaf Tobacco Commiwiou Merchant*, 927 Main Street. Dismal Swamp Lottery C 0.—806 Main Street, Lit. C. Bandel, Kesident Agent. Commercial Bank. —Capital $ 100,000. To Prevent Chapped hps a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 22 March 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCARTY. The Campaign.—§l a year, payable in advance, by mail. Address The Campaign, Richmond, Va., or Lynchburg, Va., enclosing currency or postoffice order. Tub second choice is the thing that wins in a presidential contest for the nomination. The wild western mustangs have ceased to prance, and the issue is being established. Reform is the order of the day. The people demand it. It will elect a Democratic President. Prince Bismarck rides on horseback every day, and seems to have recovered his health with his loss of flesh. Mr. Turner's voting memory is not very good when the journal is brought out in the Seuate. The State publishes the second number of a serial story by Joaquin Miller, entitled "Sealed Unto Him." Li Hung Chang has requested the American and British ministers to intercede in the interest of peace between China and France. Senator Hoar discovered that the cattle disease was a States-rights question, but the alleged successor of Daniel W...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 22 March 1884

Only n Cull. I. We differed in the parlor, And we quarrelled in the hall— I hastened from the doorway And thought I heard her call, But that was all! 11. In the middle of the ocean, Where the ships, hard-breathing, crawl Up the sides of water-mountains That roar and break and fall, A sweet face flitted by me And I thought I heard a call, l?ut that was all! 111. I saw a sad procession That writhed behind & pall, And I looked into a coffin, But I could not hear the call, Ad that was all! IV. Oh, I am old and lonely, And ready now to fall, But the blotsom lips are faded Whoße fruit was but a call, And that is all! —George Turner. WAR REMINISCENCES. BATTLE OF THE CRATER. July SOI la, 1801. The Terrific Burst which Shook the Earth and Air. THE HOTTEST DAY OUTSIDE OF HADES ! From Alfred Roman's " Military Operations of General Beauregard.") The salientactually selected by the Federals proved to be that occupied by Elliott's brigade, with Pegram's battery; and the mine, commenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 22 March 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. The Campaign is on salo by the following Newsdealers: Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. I'ugb, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & Bro., Danville, Va. J. 11. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. [Entered at the Pbit Office at Richmond, Va., at second-clati matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by the office of the Campaign. Notice! All subscribers with (xx) after their names their subscriptions are out. ~"THE CAMPAIGN." The call has been so general for the continuation of this paper, and the recognition of its services so complimentary, that it has been put in charge of a joint stock company and under the editorial control of Mr. Page McCarty, to be pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 May 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. M'Adamt <sc Berry.—Clothiers, 1001 Main street, Richmond, Va. Davenport J; Co., Goneral Agents, Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The Haxall-Oremhaw Company, Hazall Mills, Richmond, Va. Accorsini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. Qcorge W. Anderson, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, Ac. Otcar Cranz, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. 14 Governor street, Richmond, Va. To Prevent Chapped lips and skin, use Chap Sticks, prepared by C. B. Fleet, Druggist. Faulkner A Craighill —Wholesale and Retail Druggist*, 1006 M»ia Street. John D. Suter —Bookseller and Stationer, 1017 Main Street. Camm's Emulsion cuius Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, and all other lung troubles. Louisiana State Lottery.—M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. 8. O. Fisher.—Gnn Maker, and dealer in...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 May 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCABTY. The Fitz John Porter bill only hangs tire from the clause added by the Senate, declaring that the reinstatement of General Porter will not carry any back pay. Kentucky nominates Carlisle for President and blows the horn 011 the Morrison-Watterson key. Mr. Wattersou was chairman of the Committee on Resolutions. Chinese Gordon is reported as saying that he would try to march out towards the Equator, and it was at once suggested that he should make that a strategic line. The Ftyaro, an illustrated comic journal published at New Orleans, displays a fine cartoon of the Virginia Boss making his exit with the Arthur boom as a tin pan tied to his tail. The decision of the Court of Appeals in the case under the Electoral bill has a moral to the tail of it, and that is the wise saw anent the necessity of care and the consequences of haste. The repeal of the Iron Clad Oath has been virtually accomplished, as the repealing act has passed both Houses of Cong...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 May 1884

"Spring*" [Written for the "Texas Sihtings. '] FIY A. W. MUNKITTRICK. The ash barrel sits beside the kitchen door; Its contents give to me the surest proof, While gazing at its strange assorted store Of rubbish scraped from cellar up to roof, That spring is nigh, when women love to rake Old cast-off duds from out their dingy lairs, And tear them up conveniently to make The new rag carpet for the kitchen stairs. From bonfires large sweet odors I inhale, To cheer me onward in my daily route ; Full well I'm strangled with each stirring gale By fumes arising from the rubber boot. But what of this ? Sweet spring again is here, When birds from woodlands soothing anthems pour;' And youngsters noisy join with shouts and cheer While sliding softly down your cellar door. Now gaudy pageants grace our busy streets ; Their truthful posters gild the lofty fence, To tell of wonders and more daring feats, That all may soon be seen for fifty cents. This is the time when all the earth seems glad. Ful...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 May 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Advertising Rates apply at the office The Campaign ia on sale by the following Newsdealers: Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. l'ugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E, Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & Bro., Danville, Va. J. 11. Coppridge, Danville, Va. 11. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. [Entered at the Post Office at Richmond, Vd., ai second-class matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by the office of the Campaign. Sotioc! All subscribers with (xx) after their names their subscriptions are out. The Campaign $1 a year, payable in advance. Addresss The Campaign, Richmond, Va. She Ilfid Seen Heller Uiijh. A World reporter gives the following pathetic narrative of an aged, white-haired lady found in the streets of New York on Wednesday night: The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 21 June 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. M'Adamt & Berry.—Clothiers, 1001 Main •treet, Richmond, Va. Davenport <k Co., General Agent*, Liverpool, London A Globe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The MaxaU-Orenthaw Company, Haxall Mills, Richmond, Va. Accortini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. Oeorae W. Anderton, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mate, Ac. Otcar Oram, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors ana Cigars, No. 14 Governor •treet, Richmond, Va. To Prevent Chapped lips and skin, use Chap Sticks, prepared by C. B. Fleet, Druggist. Faulkner A OraighilL—Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 1006 Main Street. John D. Suter.—Bookseller • and Stationer, 1017 Main Street. C'amm's EmuUi-m cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, and all other lung troubles. Louisiana Stale Lottery.—M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. S. 0. Pishtr.—Gun Maker, and dealer in G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 21 June 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCABTY. - . ■■ ■ i The Louisiana Democrats stick to their colors and demand Tilden. President Arthur opened tho week with trout fishing, ar i we all feel that the nation ; s safe when the A''.a»i»j«dtration : s baiting its hook instead o eiect oneering. The Republicans this time must rely on the monopolists to furnish campaign funds, for the office holders cannot be bled now without violating the positive law against such piracy. Breakfast Blair tries to defend his thieving with a lame concatenation of falsehood, which is as stupid aB it is vain, and not wojfth the answering, except for the sake of people who do not know the man's character. Blair's Confederate soldiers are like Falstaff's, just as good in all respects, bought for substitutes or something that sounds like that and marched with ragmuffins to the tunc of the Rogue's March played on tom-toms. Bull calf, Wart and the rest. The coutest between Cleveland and Flower in New York still remains o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 21 June 1884

An Idle Idyl Bt WOKO HOLM. Say, maiden fair, Of modest air, That passeth by me daily; Lurks there a care Beneath the hair Which crowns thy head so gaily? Eyes black as ink, And cheeks of pink, With lips that pout so sweetly My heart doth sink, Dost ever think Of ankle turnod so neatly ? Hast thou a thought Of ruin By charms so prouil, so human? Wert thou not taught That man is caught By gazing on the woman? Dost thou not know That grievous woe Thy footsteps follows lightly; That storms will blow, Unless 'tis so, Thy lover guards thee nightly? In humble cot I'd link my lot. My faith to thee fast pinning; And time should not Abate one jot The love I had when winning. What's that yc*i say ? Yoti answer nay ? It must be then I've tarried. No, .hopeful ray Illumes my way As whispers she, " I'm married." Detroit Free Press. WAR REMINISCENCES. "One Among Many." A Specimen of Confederate Romance. 11 lIV KEFUGITTA." [From tliu Southern IT. ..tinted News of December, 18G2.] "I never saw such ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 21 June 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BT THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING C& RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR, PAYABLE IN A)VANCE. Fob Advertising Rates ap t 'ly at the office The Campaign is oa' Bale by the following Newsdealers: jiagleWews Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pogh, Petersbnrg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill A Bro., Danville, Va. J. H. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. Heuser, wytheville, Va. Geo. Qravatt Jr., Roanoke. [Entered at the /bit Office at Richmond, Va., at tecond-clau matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by the office of the Campaign. Notice! All subscribers with (xx) after their names their subscriptions are out. The Campaign $1 a year, payable in advance. Addresss Tub Campaign, Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va., June Ist, 1884. To DeUgatei, AUcrnatet, and others, attending the National Democratic Convention at Chicago, July Bth, 1884J: Dear Sirs—Your attention is especially dire...

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