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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 23 August 1887

NUMBER 71. Return of the Old Gang. (Louisville Courier-Journal.) There are many signs of renewed activity in the Republican party. There has been, so to speak, a vitalizing current, directed toward its old leaders, and we have a great stirring among dead bones. First to reappear was the Hon. William E. Chandler, a representative republican from New Hampshire. Mr. Chandler, is a politician with varied convictions and ulator without a conscience. When he enters a political contest he will win at any cost, law or no law. He will do all he can to get the votes, but his chief reliance is In the returning boards. His political maxim is, "I care not who does the voting if I may do the counting." Mr. Chandler's methods were so contrary to law and morals that there came within his own party a revolt against him and he was compelled to seek the seclusion which private life affords. For a while we heard no more of the distinguished successor ofßobeson, but after a short rest, convinced that th...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 23 August 1887

The Truth. Published EVERY EVENING (exeeptHunday)by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth and Main sts., (up-stali'»)' Subscription Rates: Dally, one year..* S-* 50 six months ' " three months 1 4WClty delivery by.carrlcrsat SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postottice as second-class matter. TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 2.1 APPLES. We do not wish our numerous readers to take this as a pomological editorial because we call it Apples. Wo merely speak of apples because we do not know what else to compare it to—that great historical fact recently made promiuent by the Richmond Whig, in speaking of the present excellent procureur du roi of the city of Richmond, "Dr. Witt." We would suggest to our amiable contemporary, in this playful manner of ours, that such is not his name, his title, or his fame,—to repeat the charming old phraseology of the school-girls' album poetry of the sweet bum-by. Thanks to the appreciation of our la...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 23 August 1887

DR. DAVID'S LIVER PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA AND ALL LIVER TROUBLES. No mercury or other mineral poisons in them, but they are PURELY VEGETABLE. Price, 25 cents a box of 25 pills; five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. Don't postpone taking this certain cure until it is too late, but get a box at once, as it will save you a long spell of sickness, nml llpr ha DS your life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS The BEST FAMILY MEDI INE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, - ■ - - RICHMOND, VA. PIANOS AND ORGANS. M. B. RAMOS « CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. ait's,aTK'UKSS.lissi eeggßaaPfe and liave a corps <>t assistants who stand liiKliin the Musical w",. wf ..HiVilkllcml \vrttt-1.» t ion of Sheet Mimic or any piece of Music or Music Hook, 110 mattei wlieic punnsneu, write "" 'J'Viey Cheerfully answer correspondents and send ca...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 23 August 1887

The Truth. TUESDAY EVENING ..AUGUST 23 I IST OK LETTERS REMAINING IN THE J Manchester Postoflice for the week ending August 20,1587. Personscalling for letters lp this lint will please say advertised. woman's list: men's list: Bohamon, Miss Allle J Bates, F. W, Brooks, Mlbs Lizzie Booker, Samuel H. Cooker, .Mrs. Mary E. Burwell, Henry Carrlngton, Mrs. Ella Turcron, John Hughes, Mrs. A. M. Johnson, W. E. Johnson, Mrs. Mary P. Jackson, Win. 8. Jones, Miss Archey Jeffres, Henry Loving, Rachel lOursler, Edward Llnsey, Miss Ellen ISoocklns, John Mann. Mrs. Emma Snelllngs, E. Nubll, Mrs. Charlotte Seldon, Miles Ralsou, Mrs. Francis Tune, John Smith, Bridget! Vaden, Coleman Taylor. Mlhb Annie V. Totty, Miss Henrietta | H. A. JORDAN, P. M. Furniture, &c. $30 WORTH OF GOODS -FORSI Cut and $1A M We call your attention to our extensive stock of Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Refrigerators, —AND— Baby-Carriages. In the Furniture Department will be found a large variety of Parlor, Bed-R...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 24 August 1887

NUMBER 72. OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH RE- PORTERS. THE NEWS OF THE DAY NICE! BOILED DOWN. Public Library. WHY SHALL NOT RICHMOND HAVEI ONE?--SOME THOUGHTS IN RE-j GARD TO THE WANT OF THEi MEANS OF SELF - EDUCATION —J WHERE IS THE PHILANTHROPIST W Once let a community become! fully convinced that it cannot be improved in any respect, or in other words, that it is the best commuHity on earth, then Progress just puts on his duster, grabs his carpetbag, gets a through ticket and goes West. In several respects Richmond is this kind of a community. Beautiful as she is, there is a sad want of a public library, from which, poor people and persons of moderate means could secure reading matter for the long winter nights. There is, it is true, the State library, but to get a book from its musty shelves one must have been decorated with the Cross of the Legion of Honor, or have been elected to the Legislature or some other paying oflice, and even then it is no easy uiaiter to get what you nee...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 24 August 1887

The Truth. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth ami Main sts„ (up-stalis)-Subscription Rates: Dally, one year 5,1 " six months 175 " three months 1 ,)u JWClty delivery byicarrlers at SIX CENTS per week. • For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postofflce as Becond-clasß matter. WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 24 THEY A RE ENDORSED. /)\ving to an absence from the city we failed to notice at the proper time the State's reply to a few questions asked by us. However, we do not soe that anything said by our contemporary requires any particular notice at our hands. It annouces that " Mr. Snead is above all things a Democrat 1 " This is that same Mr. Snead who was elected on the Reform ticket, which the Stale denounced as a jar of "mixed pickels." This is the same Mr. Snead who has been the earnest advocate of Reform measures in the City Council which were severely criticised and opposed by the Demo cratic press....

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 24 August 1887

DR. DAVID'S LIVER PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA AND ALL LIVER TROUBLES. No mercury or other mineral poisons in them, but they are PURELY VEGETABLE. Price, 25 cents a box of 25 pills; five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. Don't postpone taking this certain cure until it is too late, but get a box at once, as it will save you a long spell of sickness, and nerhans vour life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS The BEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY. OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, : 2 ; - : RICHMOND. VA. M. B. RAMOS i CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. amil!aveaeora» of assistants who stand high in the M uslcal circles of HH'hmon.l. ForaMleetlon of sheet Music or any piece of Music or Music Hook, 110 mattei wheie published, wiite I t "* > lViey Cheerfully answer correspondents and scud catalogues free of any charge whatever. Banjos, Guitars, Violins, &am...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 24 August 1887

The Truth. WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 21 READING'S COLOR TEST. ABBITBATION to be insisted UPON. By Telegraph from a Press Correspondent. Tamaqua, August 21.—At 11 o'clock to night the convention of the Beading Railroad employees, which has been in session here all day, determined to make a last demand for arbitration regarding the settlement of the color test controversy. Thus (he crisis which has been impending for five weeke since the strike at Port Bichnioud has been deferred for a time. By u unanimous vote it was resolved to continue the former Grievance Committee, and have that body meet the receivers of the road. If that can not be done, then a strike must ensue. Jeremiah Leahy was instructed, as chairman of the Special Committee on arbitration, to select five other men from the same committee, and in conjunction with the chairman and secretary of the executive board of the whole body of employees, to make a last affort to arbitrate the difficulty with the receivers alone. If th...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 25 August 1887

NUMBER 73. Mr. Powderly no Know Nothing THE GENERAL MASTER WORKMAN DENIES CONNECTION WITH THE " AMERICAN PARTY." Scranton, Pa., August 24.—General Master Workman Powderly prints a vigorous protest in yesterday's issue of the Scranton Truth against the repeated efforts of nis enemies to identify him with Know Nothingism by representing that he is a prominent member of the new native American party. It was as-, serted in a Philadelphia paper yes terday that Mr. Powderly was one of the leading lights of the new political movement, and in his letter of to day the General Master Workman says that he telegraphed the editor of that paper on the 12th of April last positively forbidding the use of his name in any such connection. Since that time he says he has not joined the new party and has not given permission to the Phijadelphia paper to class him among its members. Mr. Powderly adds: "When 'the American National Committee' meet next month in Philadelphia they will not represent me. lam ...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 25 August 1887

The Truth. Published EVERT EVENING (except Bunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth and Maiu sts., (up-stalrs)-subscription Rates: Dally, one year...- S3 50 . " six months 175 " three mouths '00 <®-Clty delivery byjcarrlcrs at SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Eutered at the Richmond (Va.) postoffice as second-class matter. THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 25 LEE MONUMENT. We can hardiy agree with some of our Reform Counciimen who are opposed to a liberal appropriation for the Lee monument parade. The Reform party is the public spirited party, and is supposed to be always ready and willing to do everything in its power to increase the prosperity of our city. If this parade is made a success it will draw a large crowd to our city, it will give employment to a large number of workingmen in putting up the decorations, and in this way our citizens will be more than repaid the money appropriated. The site selected for the monument is an admir...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 25 August 1887

DR. DAVID'S LIVER PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA AND ALL LIVER TROUBLES. No mercury or other mineral poisons in them, but they are PURELY VEGETABLE. Price, 25 cents a box of 25 pills; five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. , Don't nostoone taking this certain cure until it is too late, but get a box at once, as it will save you a long spell of sickness, „,..i nPr ha»s vour life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS Tlie BEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, - ; RICHMOND, VA. M. B. RAMOS 1 CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. •.ml have ii corns of assistants who stand high In the Musical circles of Richmond. fcor a selcci lon of Hheet Muhlc or any piece of Music or Music Book, no matter where published, write to ' hß %ey Cheerfully answer correspondents and send catalogues free of any charge whatever. Banjos, Guitars, Violins, &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 25 August 1887

The Truth. THUKSKDAY EVENING AUGUST 25 Dr. Hawthorne. SOME HIHTORY HIS ALLEGED PLAGIARISMS IN ATLANTA. Richmond Dispatch. Atlanta, Ga., August 23.—Political booms and other questions of sectional interest are all overshadowed by an interstate scandal. The Rev. J. B. Hawthorne, pastor of the First Baptist church in this city, is the grand worthy chief of the Good Templars of Georgia. Recently be delivered an address in Augusta which was published in the State papers. A gentleman in South Carolina read the report of the speech and promptly exposed it as a plagiarism from Our Country, a pamphlet by the Rev. ])r. Strong, of Cincin nati. Dr. Hawthorne made a furious reply, in which he denounced "Anxious Enquirer," as his exposer signed himself, as "the hireling tool of the liquor ring." The Doctor also demanded the writer's name. It seems Dr. Hawthorne did not know who he was dealing with. "Anxious Enquirer" turned out to be the Hon. W. C. Bennet, of Abbeville, S. C., a lawyer of high s'...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 26 August 1887

NUMBER 74. OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH REPORTERS. THE NEWS OF THE DAT NICELY BOILED DOWN. Another Injunction. JUDGE BOND STOPS LOUDOUN OFFICER*. Under the "coupon crusher" officers of Loudoun county brought suit against a number of persons who offered to-pay their taxes in coupons. Judge Bond, of the Circuit Court of the United States for Virginia, at the request of Mr. W. L. Royall, has issued the following order: In the Circuit Court of the United States, Eastern District of Virginia: James P. Cooper, vs. James B. McCabe, Attorney for the mon wealth of Loudoun county, State of Virginia; Edgar Littleton, Clerk of said County Court, and Harrison Russell, Sheriff of said county. Upon reading the bill of the complainants herein and the exhibits attached thereto, it is ordered that the motion for an injunction in this case be set down for hearing at the courthouse of this court, in the city of Richmond, Va., on the 22d day of September, 1887; and it is further ordered that until* the ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 26 August 1887

The Truth. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth and Main sts., (up-stairs)- Subscription Hates: Dally, one year $3 50 ," six months 175 " three mouths 100 WClt.v delivery byfcarrlcrs at SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) poßtoflice as secoud-claiss matter. FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 26 THE "STATE >' AGAIN. We are glad to know that the State intended no reflection upon the gentlemen who were applicants for the position heldby Mr.CASKiECABELiiif yet we think if it will re-read itseditorial upon this subject it will see that its language admitted of such a construction. We are not aware of any mechanics' lien law that passed the last session of the Legislature. As to Mr. Carter's Scrip bill, we would say that we published it in full in our first issue, as being the only crumb dropped to the workingmen from the legislative table, and requested our exchanges to give it all t...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 26 August 1887

DR. DAVID'S LIVER PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA AND ALL LIVER TROUBLES. No mercury or other mineral poisons in them, but they are PURELY VEGETABLE. Price, 35 cents a box of 25 pills; five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. »' Don't postpone taking this certain cure until it is too late, but get a box at once, as it will save you a long spell of sickness, , an( j perhaps vour life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS The BEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, : : - ; ; RICHMOND, VA. M. B. HAMOS £ CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. This flrm represents the finest Hue of Musical Goods sold In the United Statcß. They are located In ware rooms double the size of any similar establishment in the South, and have a corps of assistants who stand hleli in the Musical circles of Richmond, Koraseiectlon of Sheet Music or any piece of Music or Musi...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 26 August 1887

The Truth. FRIDAY EVEI.'iNG AUGUST 2B People's Column. All to tills column are gratefully received, but the management will not be responsible for anything that appears therein. Editor of the Truths As the time approaches for nominating candidates for the Legislature, and we hear that the number of aspirants for the honors of that position of poor pay, hard work and general cu.-sedness,are as the leaves upon the heights of Vallambrosa, innumerable; therefore, as a toiler, propound the query for them to answer, why should labor wages be subject to garnishees or any other attachments of law, as said wages is the bread of women and children, and 4,000 votes will be given to those who will advocate Ihe exemption of labor wages from levy. W. Tariff and Free-Trade. To the Editor : Please answer why it is granulated sugar sells in London at 32 cents per pound, and in this city for 61 to 7 cents retail ? Is this tariff or freetrade ? Secondly. Why is crude iron ore from Spain and Africa, mi...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 27 August 1887

NUMBER 75. v OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH REPORTERS THE NEWS OF THE DAY NICELY BOILED DOWN. Junior American Meohanies. About forty members of Enterprise Council No. 9, headed by a drum corps and Marshalled by Mr. A. Lee Davis, paid a fraternal visit to New South No. 8 in Manchester last night. They made a good appearance in their new and bright regalia. New South was out in full force to do credit to the occasion, and we speak for a kind consideration of the public as it is an order haviug for its object the elevation of the American working people, be they mechanics, clerks or professional men. A banquest was spread, and the "inner man" was properly attended Speech-making was indulged in by National Vice Councillor Walter E. Orange, Past Councillor B.T. Miller, Messrs. Ellyson Foster, and others, after which the visitors took the cars for home, well pleased with their visit. This order deserves well at the hands of our citizens. The Alliance Club. There was an interesting and full ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 27 August 1887

The Truth. blllhed EVERY EVENING (except Sunby THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth anil Main sts., (up-staln) 1 Subscription Rates: Daily, one year S3 50 J' six months 1"6 " three mouths 1 ol> 48-City delivery by|caiTicrs at SIX CENTS, per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postofflce as ■econd-class matter. SATURDAY EVENING 1 AUGUST 27 WHO IS BOSSt The Democratic plan of organization recently adopted by the Executive Committee of that excellent party a few days ago in this city, seems to our humble comprehension to be as much of a one-man boss concern as anything we have seen or read of since the celebrated Council of Nine had its own way in Venice. It is provided in this Democratic plan as published by a manifesto issued from the Exchange Hotel (which is the secret Star Chamber of this mysterious and terrible Executive Committee of which the Hon. John S. Barbour is the Supreme Doge), that pretty much all nominations s...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 27 August 1887

DR. DAVID'S LIVER PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA AND ALL LIVER TROUBLES. ]Vo mercury or other miners! poisons in them 5 but they tire PURELY VEGETABLE. Price ? cents & box of 25 pills j five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. .... i i i , ~, Don't postpone taking this certain cure until it is too late, but get a box at once, as it will save you a long spell of sickness, and perhaps your life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS. The BEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. "THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, - ■ . . . RICHMOND. VA. M. B. RAMOS i CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. This Ann represents the llnest line or Musical Goods sold In the United Htates. Th»y are located in warerooms double the sl/.e or any similar establishment In the South, and have a corns of assistants who stand liiKh In the Musical circles of Richmond. Kor a selection of Sheet Music or...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 27 August 1887

The Truth. SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 27 People's Column. All contributions to this column are gratefully received, but the management will not be responsible for anything that appears therein. Lee Monument. Editor of the Truth: I see by the daily papers that the City Council wi.ll be called on to appriate fifteen thousand dollars for purpose of decorating the city on the day of laying of the corner-stone of the Lee monument. Now let us look at this matter in a true reform light. In the chief engineer's of the city's Fire Department annual report I see he recommends three substitute stationery men so as to give each station-man a day once a week to be with his family. As it is he has to be on duty twenty-four hours out of twenty-four. The recommendation of the Chief was concurred in by the Fire Committee and passed by the Council, but when it reached the Hoard of Aldermen it was sat down 011 on account of, I suppose, the city's inability to pay these three men, which would not amount t...

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