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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 July 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. M'Adams & Berry.—Clothiers, 1001 Main street, Richmond, Va. Davenport ifc Co., Qeneral Agents, Liverpool, London & Ulohe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The JJaxall-Crenshaw Company, Haxall Mills, Richmond, Va. Accorsini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. George W. Anderson, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, &c. Utcar Crayiz, importer and dealer in fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. 14 Governor street, Richmond, Va. To Prevent Chapped lips and skin, ÜBe Chap Sticks, prepared by C. B. Fleet, Druggist. Faulkner <& Oraighill.—Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 1006 Main Street. John D. Suter.—Bookseller and Stationer, 1017 Main Street. Camm's Emulsion cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, and all other lung troubles. Louisiana State Lottery.—M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La....

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 July 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCABTY. John Looan, rabid negro hater before the war, is now the candidate before whom the colored flocks will rally at the command of Billy Mahone. Chairman Jon i s says that the Democratic party must be held to its doctrine of Free Trade. Is not that enough to teach us that the mustang idea is wrong and that we must attack at another point? The Virginia delegates will not go Chicago in a body as they did to Cincinnati four years ago and some of them will not start until Saturday, which will save them from the electioneerers for two days. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, and Indiana, are the talismans of the Presidency. The man who could carry them all to a certainty is an honest man and a reformer who will sound the popular cry against corruption. In vain may " the judge " make pictures of Washington, Lincoln and Garfield as tattooed men. The one only great Tattooed man is Jim Blaine, and the people have gotten too good a hold on the Cha...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 July 1884

WAR REMINISCENCES. [From the Southern Illustrated Nowi of March 14, 1863.] OUTLINES FROM THE OUT- POST : being tiie recollections, reveries AND DREAMS OF TRISTAN JOYEUSE, GENT. " I have ... a melancholy of mine own, compounded of many simples, extracted from many object*: and indeed the sundry contemplation of my travels, in which my often rumination wraps me, is a most humorous sadness."—As You Like It.—(Orcalett of Comedies.) MY IIORSE, AND SOME ANIMALS I DAVE KNOWN. I have just built a stable for my horse. The outpost is hard upon horses, and mine is a good one. He is a dark gray, turning full iron gray, when i gallop some miles, as I frequently do, and his coat becomes covered with swoat. His familiar name is " Buck " —but his full designation is " Gray Baldwin," from the famous Earl Baldwin of Chatterton's poem. Buck is playful and affectionate in disposition, and a horse of a humorous turn. His greatest pleasure is to play with the loug box in which his corn is fed to him. Whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 July 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAB, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Fo* Advertising Batis apply at the office The Campaign is on Bale by the following Newsdealer^ Eagle news Company. C. P. Johnston, Bichmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill A Bro., Danville, Va. J. H. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Boanoke. [ Entered at the /bit Office at Richmond, Va., at lecond-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 Thk Campaign, Richmond, Ya. Bichmond, Va., June Ist, 1884. To Delegate», Alternates, and others, attending the National Democratic Convention at Chicago, July Bth, 1884*.Dear Sirs—Your attention is especially direc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 July 1884

VOL. I. BUSINESS RECORD. M' Adam* <St Berry.—Clothiers, 1001 Main street, Richmond, Va. Davenport, <fc Cb., General Agents, Liverpool London A Globe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The Maxall- Orenthaw Company, Hazall Mills, Richmond, Va. Aecortini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fraiterer. George W. Andtrton, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Taper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats, Ac. Otcar Oram, 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. fi. Fleet, Druggist. Faulkner & Oraighxll.—Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 1006 Main Street. John D. Buter.—Bookseller and Stationer, 1017 Main Street. Camm'i Emulsion cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, and all othbr lung troubles. Louisiana State Lottery.—M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. 3. O. Either.—Gun Maker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 July 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE McCARTY. An indignant man in New York declares, after mature consideration, that there are no Smiths in heaven. Senator Bayard has set a praiseworthy example to his fellow countrymen in more ways than one. He is the father of twelve youthful Bayards—nine daughters and three sons. A St. Louis savant affirms that the feet are much larger in summer than in winter. After the election a good many Mahoneites will have heads much larger than in the summer. Congress adjourned Monday until December. Many of the Democratic members hurried off to Chicago to witness at least a part of the proceedings of one of the greatest assemblages ever known in our histoid Says the Washington Post: "Gen. Grant has never had an enemy who could have been so heartlessly, relentlessly vindictive as to wish him such humiliation —to give it a mild name—as he has brought upon himself." John Paul is getting wrothy because of O'Ferrall's bill for combining the two United States District ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 July 1884

WAR REMINISCENCES. OUTLINES FROM THE OUTPOST. BEING TUB RECOLLECTIONS, REVERIES AND DREAMS OF TRISTAN JOYEUSE, GENT. " I have .... a melancholy of mine own, compounded of many simples, extracted from many objects ; and indeed the sundry contemplation of of my travels, in which my after rumination wraps me, is a most humorous sadness.—As "You Like It.—{Greatest of Comedies). * ————. CERTAIN DARRELL, AID-DK-CAMP AND SCOUT —HOW HE TOOK UPTON'S HILL AND KILLED HIS FIRST OFFICER. [From the Southern Illustrated News, May lfl, 1863.] Captain Darrell comes to see me sometimes, and as we are old companions in arms, we have a good many things to talk about. The.Captain is a pleasant associate—mild in his manners, and apparently much too amiable to hurt a fly. He is a terrible man tffter Yankees, however, and has sent many of them to Hades. When that portion of the human race monopolize his attention, a change ahdes over him, and he huqts them viu'.s i with an arder which it is truly refreshin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 July 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 sale by the following Newsdealers'. Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. 8. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersbnrg, Va. Jno. D. Sater, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E R. Waddill A ISro., Danville, Va. J. H. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. Ileuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. [Entered at the Pott OJJice at Richmond, Va , at tecond-elaii matter. J 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. Thk Campaign $1 a year, payable in advance. Addresss Tub Campaign, Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va., June Ist, 1884. To Delegatei, Alternate), and othert, attending the National Democratic Contention at Chicago, July Bth, 1884|. Dear Sirs—Your attention is especially di...

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

Vol. i. BUSINESS RECORD. M'Adams <£ Berry.—Clothiers, 1001 Main street, Richmond, Va. Davenport <fc Co., General Agents, Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Company, No. 1113 E. Main Street, Richmond. The Maxall-Orenshaw Company, Ilaxall Mills, Richmond, Va. Accorsini. —The Bon-Ton Confectioner and Fruiterer. Qeorqe. W. Anderson, 1204 Main street, Richmond, Va., dealer in Carpets, Oil-Cloth, Paper Hangings, Window Shades and Laces, Rugs, Mats. Ac. To Prevent Chapped lips and skin, use Chap Sticks, prepared by C. B. Fleet, Druggist jg " " John D. Suter.—Bookseller and Stationer, 1017 Main Street. Camm's Emulsion cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Swxllings, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, and all other lung troubles. Louisiana State Lottery.—M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. 6'. O. Fishtr. —Qun Maker, and dealer in Guns, No. 1030 Main Street. Geo. A. Ainslie & Sons.—Manufacturers of Csrrmges, No. 10 Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Purcell, Ladd <Sc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 July 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE McCARTY. The people who abuse the hangman most are those who most deserve hanging. Blaine's knightly plume was worn during the war by a substitute. llow is that for a lord of high degree ? The Republicans say that Governor Cleveland was a hangman. Let them beware lest he hang some of them. They deserve it. If satire be the deadly weapon it is represented to be, then Pack and Harper's Weekly will guff Blaine beyond the recognition of his best friends. \ The Tribune is searching the files of Harper's Weekly to show that Curtis once thought well of Blaine, but the great difference is between fact and opinion. Harper might once have had an opinion; now it has the facts. The Governor of New York is the best man to be elected President, because if the Radicals attempt again to steal the presidency he can vindicate the right of the people with one hundred thousaud men by the click of the telegraph, and he would do it. The last fistic farce at Baltimore should b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 July 1884

OUR CANDIDATES. OKOTER CLEVELAND, Biographical Sketeli of the Democrat Ic Candidate for the Presidency. Grover Cleveland's political career disproves the old assumption that new men have no chance in politics. \Vhen the last Presidential election was held this man was a plain citizen of Buffalo, quite unknown either as a politician or a professional man outside of his county. But a rapid course of events brought him to the front, and each advancement showed that he had the ability and character to adapt himself to all the requirements of his new surroundings. His career, like that of Til den, proves that men of strong sense who have always maintained an intelligent ijnd active interert in politics, may safely be entrusted with great responsibilities without previous experience in holding oflice, if they are thoroughly grounded in honesty. The obvious result of making politics and public office purely business enterprises is thai the public gets the advantage of all the business expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 19 July 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. For Advertising Bates apply at the office The Campaign is on sale by the following Newsde»lern: Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & Bro., Danville, Va. J. H. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. Heuser, Wytbeville, Va. Geo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. [ Entered at the Ib&l Office at Richmond, Va , ai second-class 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 The Campaign, Richmond, Va. Bichmond, Va., June Ist, 1884. To Delegates, Alternates, and others, attending the National Democratic Convention at Chicago, July Bth, 1884): Dear Sirs —Your att...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 November 1884

VOL. 11. CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS! WE ARE FREET! The People's Great Victory over the Thieves 9 Ring! CLEVELAND, HENDRICKS Ml) REFORM. THE IsTZETW" ERA! WHICH MEANS HONEST GOVERNMENT AND POPULAR RIGHTS! WE ARE SAVED! and they meant to fight the good fight until it was won. THE SECTIONS ARE RECONCILED—WE ALL HAVE A COMMON COUNTRY. The North, South, East and West are One FOR WHICH GOD BE PRAISED! VIRGINIA'S GREETING TO HER SISTERS I BONFIRES AND ROCKETS! THE DAY OF JUBILEE HAS COME ! ! ! Thk excitement of the great election this week has drawn the popular nerves so taut that the slighteat rumor struck and created a vibration all over the country. On Tuesday the election opened with mingled confidence and anxiety, the Democrats being, sure of their numbers and ability to win, but afraid of the well-known tricks of the enemy which were only made manifest that day in a few scattering instances. At the close it was evident that the. cause of the people had triumphed, bnt by noon on Wednesda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 November 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MoCARTY. Where is the secoud volume ot Blaine's book? Belshazzar's feast and the elec tion returns made Blaine sick. Jay Gould congratulates Cleveland. Who will care for Billy now? "We are glad salvation's free, Salvation's free for you aud me, We are glad salvation's free 1 ." Tue Southwest stood up to the fight bravely and won new laurels to add to the wreath of the last victory. Bursted Blaine aud Mashed Mahone, Lost Logan—rum, Romanism and rebellion. This is what Burchard would call alliteratiou. Perhaps some ignorant workingmen will now fiud out how verdant they were to listen to the whimsical absurdity of Butler's friendship for them. Mr. Blaine can now retire to the delights of literary composition and add another year to the " twenty years" of political career, which should be dedicated to Jay Gould in return for the boodle lost in the canvas. Did old Bunco-Billy actually think that he could steal the State of Virginia, or was his little game wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 November 1884

Forty-Ninth Congress. The following ia a list of members elected to the House of Representatives of the Forty-ninth Congress, according to the latest returns. The names of Democrats appear in Roman, Republicans in italics, and Greenbackers and Independents are classed with the parties with which they will act, and are further indicated by the abbreviations "Or," s>r "Ind. ALABAMA. 1. James T. Jones. 5. Thomas W. Sadler. 2. Hilary A. Herbert. 6. John M. Martin. 3. William C. Oates. 7. William H. Forney. 4. Alex. C. Davidson. 8. Joseph Wheeler. ARKANSAS. 1. Poindexter Dunn. 4. John H. Rogers. 2. C. R. Breckinridge. 5. Samuel W. Peel. 3. James K. Jones. CALIFORNIA. 1. Barclay Henley. 4. Robert P. Hastings. 2. J. A. Loutitt. 5. Frank J. Sullivan. 3. Joseph McKenna. 6. R. F. Del Valle. COLORADO. t. George G. Symes. CONNECTICUT. 1. John R. Buck. 3. John T. Wait. 2. Chas. L. Mitchell. 4. Edw. W. Seymour. DELAWARE. I. Charles B. Lore. FLORIDA. 1. R. H. M. Davidson. 2. Charles Dou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 8 November 1884

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THK CAMPAIGN PUBLISHING CO. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1 A YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Fob Advertising Rates apply at the office The Campaign is on sale by the following Newadealern: Eagle News Company. C. F. Johnston, Richmond Va. E. R. Waddill <fc Bro., Danville, Va. Ueo. Gravatt Jr., Roanoke. F. E. Pugh k Co., Petersburg, Va. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, \ a. J. H. Coppridge, Danville, Va. W. H Kroneberger, Danville. Va. C. P. Hill, Lynchburg, Va. A. Q. Lewis, National Hotel, Danville, Va. Union N«-ws Co , Lynchburg, Va. Union News Co., Richmond, Va. J T. Booz, Waynesboro, Va. [Entered at the fast Office at Richmond, Va , as second-class matter.] TAKE NOTICE. All Money for Advertising is Collected by tbe office of the Campaign. Notice! All subscribers with (xx) after their names their subscriptions are out. BUSINESS RECORD. M'Adamt <£ Berry.—Clothierß, 1001 Main street, Richmond, Va, The Haxall-Crenshaw Company, Haxall Mills, Richmond, Va....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 September 1885

VOL. 111. THE CAMPAIGN PAPER. We request all cohimittee men to get lists of subscribers at once and forward them by mail with the money. Address, "The Campaign, • Richmond, Va." [See advertisement.] RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance.) One copy, for the canvass 25cts. For Advertisibo Rates apply to Crutchfield A Co. The Campaign is on pale by the following Newsdealers : C. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va. I Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & Bro., Danville, Va. J. R. Coppridge, Danville, Va. 11. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt, Jr., Roanoke. (Entered at the rost Office at Richmond, Va., at second clatt matter) TAKE NOTICE. All canvassers havo written authority. We will be glad to have au advertisement from every business firm ifa Richmond. As will be seen a large number have sent in their cards. Kates can bo obtained and contracts made with Crutchfield & Co., Ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE MeCABTY. OUR STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGII LEE. KoR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, Hon. JOIIN E. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Hon. R. A. AYERS. How whimsically absurd it is to see the Radicals digging up dead issues and patching up the bloodyshirt flag. Rev. John A. Culiver (colored) has drawn on himself the anathemas of the brethren because ho does not amalgamate his religion and his politics. Does anybody forget that among the shyster tricks was a plan to put every man's tobacco barn under spies, who could get up bogus cases against citizens and give the shyster bummers fees for false information. Tiie principal duty of every working Democrat is to get out the full vote in his precinct. The Republicans regard Virginia as the key to the solid South, and they will spare uo effort to capture it. The Whig publishes a list of epithets applied to Massey by various people. It is impossible to publish a list of the epithets applied to the Whig, because ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 September 1885

THE OLD MACHINE REPAIRED FOR 1885. i WIFE'S SJ?EECI£ —" I fully believe that the Danville riot wjaa a premeditated tbing on tlrc part of the whites; that It was murder for political purposes; but when the lawless character of the people was considered, the outrage was not to be wondered at." Masncj-'s First Speech. A LITTLF. REVIEW OK TH% ItOSS'S PET LAMBS. (Extract from Mr. Maaacy'x apooch In King Wllliuin.) Wise has said that he is willing to meet Gen. * Lee and some others, but is not willing to meet Massey. I can bear testimony that he possesses two noble qualities—bravery and prudence, lie "would strike a minister of the Gospel if he was one hundred and fifty years old and in the pulpit." Now, that was a brave man. Almost as brave a man as one who would strike a woman. As brave as Julius Cfesar, when there is no man to come down to his level to meet him. Why, Falstaff, who was prudent by instinct, was no more prudent than John Wise. [Loud laughter.] " My fellow-citizens, while ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 5 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. PUBLISHED BY THE CAMI'AKiN rUP»LISIIIN<i CO. RECONCILIATION OR HATE? THE REPUBLICANS STILL WAVE THE BLOODY-SHRT! The Democracy Favors Peaco and Union. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY MEANS RIOT AND SECTIONAL DISCORD. The Democrat Party Means the Rcestablishment of the Union, Peace, and Prosperity. Sherman, Dlahone, John Wise! Grover Cleveland, Fitz Lee! WHICH PARTY WILL YOU CHOOSE? READ THE RECORDS, LOOK AT THE MEN. quant's last words. "I am further thankful, and in a much greater degree thankful, because it has enabled me to see for myself the happy harmouy which so suddenly sprung up between those engaged a few short years ago in deadly conflict. It has been an inestimable blessing for me to hoar kind expressions toward me in person from all parts of our country, from people of all nationalities, of all religions, aud of no religion, of Confederate and National troops alike, of soldiers' organizations, of mechanical, scientilic, religious, aud other societies embraci...

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