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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 29 August 1887

NUMBER 76. OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH RE- PORTERS. THE NEWS OF THE DAT NICELT BOILED DOWN. Rumors of a Riot. The city was in a fever of excitement this morning from reports coming from Petersburg of a row that was about to occur in that city. One gentleman who came to Ricmond on the early train to attend to some business hurried home on the 10 A.M. train fearing there might be trouble. It appears that a few days ago a colored man was fined $50 and sent to jail for eig»t months for slapping a white woman. Later in the week Dr. Samuel Hin ton slapped a colored woman's jaws, and the case was postponed until this morning at 10 o'clock before the Mayor. * It is alleged thai the colored people notified the court that if the same punishment was not adjudged in the latter as in the former case something might happen. It is abo said that the Governor has been notified of the situation. There are plenty of soldiers in the Cockade City to protect the people, and it is not probable that good ...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 29 August 1887

The Truth. Wished EVERY EVENING (except Sun. by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. _____ OFFICE: Eighth and Main sts., (up-stalrs)-Subscription Katks: Daily, one year S3 5(1 *" six months 175 " three mouths 10" jWCity delivery byfcarrlcrs at SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postoflice as second-class matter. MONDAY EVENING ....AUGUST JO FINANCE. We are informed by the chairman of the Finance Committee of the Common Council that an effort has been made in New York to raise money for our city with which to carry on its government, and that the effort failed, New York, the great money centre, not being willing to lend us anything at the rates charged other borrowers. The cause of such a condition of affairs is said to be that the outside world does not admire the debt plank in the Roanoke platform of the Democratic party. There will be a meeting of the Finance Committee of the Council this, evening, and, it is understood, a plain s...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 29 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. . . , , , , . . . Tlnn't nn«stnone 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, nnH nprhaos vour life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS[ ThfBEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, - ■ - • - RICHMOND, VA. M. B. RAMOS J CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. '""They Cheerfully answer correspondents and send catalogues free of any charge whatever. Banjos* Guitars, Violins, <fcc. PIANOS. If you can spend only fifty or even one hundred dollars you get more fiu* your money here than elsewhere. 48r*Catalogues Free. Tuning, Repairing and Moving P...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 29 August 1887

The Truth. MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 21) BASE BALL. Gets Whipped, Boston, August 27.—A magnificent audience of 6,000 assembled at the South End grounds to-day, paying the regular admission fee to see an exposition of the national game. They were treated to the broadest kind of a farce, an exhibition alike devoid of interest to spectators and of credit to the players. The game was a comedy of errors for the Smoky City aggregation, and until the fifth inning sharply played by Kelly's men. Then he went in to pitch, and his errors tell tiie story of his puerile work in the box. In the fifth inniug Kelly and Nash were on second and third bases, Sutton hit to first base inside the diamond, Kelly started for home as a feint to save Sutton, who reached first. Barkley then threw ten feet over Whitney's head, and all scored. In the third inning, with bases full, Johnston hit a long fly, into the left field, netting three earned runs. Kelly and Madden made two "hole in the fence" home runs. Doesch...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 30 August 1887

NUMBER 77. OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH RE- PORTERS. THE NEWS OF THE DAY NICELY BOILED DOWN. Who Will Be There? Next week the sanitary police will have a number of prominent citizens before His Honor, Justice Richardson, to answer various charges. There will be members of the police force, prominent merchants and ex-Coun-cilmen, and neighbors who differ as to the proper construction of the sanitary laws, to say nothing of the multitude who do not observe ordinances in regard to keeping their back yards in good order. A special fall term of the Justice's Court may be necessary to right these alleged wrongs to the sanitary condition of Richmond, and the Board of Health is pursuing the proper course to protect the lives of a people who generally suffer most in September from malaria and fevers. Manchester—Tan-Yard. The business-men of Lexington have addressed the following letter to Mr. E. H. Chalkley, who proposes to remove his tan-yard from that place to Manchester: "We, the undersig...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 30 August 1887

The Truth. Pubbllghed EVERY EVENING (except SnnUny by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth and Matu sts., (lip-stall's)' Subscription Rates: Dally, one year 03 50 »" six month* 175 " three months 100 4ST-City delivery byfcarricrs at SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond ! Ya.) jiostoflice as second-claus matter. TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 30 TO AD I 'ERTISERS. The Evening Truth is gaining ground every day, and the opportunity of advertisers to become acquainted with its many readers and profit by their liberal patronage should not be lost. OFFER THEM SOME INDUCE MENTS. Some months ago we suggested the idea that Richmond, in order to be progressive, must follow the example of other cities and offer inducements to manufacturers in order to get them to start new enterprises in our midst. That we should meet all desiring to locate here in a liberal spirit and prove that it is to their interest to come among us to develop the resources...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 30 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 pilJs; five boxes for a dollar. At all Druggists. iWi't no«tnnne 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, J nTo vour life. "Remember, delays are dangerous." Therefore take in time Dr. DAVID'S VEGETABLE LIVER PIIiITR>eBEST FAMILY MEDICINE KNOWN. THE OWENS & MINOR DRUG COMPANY, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, - ■ - " - RICHMOND, VA. PIANOS AKD ORGANS. M. B. RAMOS 1 CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Tlwv^lt?loSte^!n%™»K»m«douWefoeshw s?mllM t eS«£?l^meirt South, ,he %ey Cheerfully answer correspondents and send catalogues free of any charge whatever. Banjos, Guitars, Violins, &c. PIANOS. If you c*n spend only fifty or even one hundred dollars you get more for your money here th...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 30 August 1887

The Truth. TUESDAY EVENING AJJGUST 3 People's Column! AU contributions to this column are gratefully received, but the management will not be responsible for anything that appeal" therein. Lee Monument Appropriation. Editor of the Truth: As there seems to be a desire on your part to give every one a chance to speak their opinions through your columns, I desire to say a few words in reference to the ceremonies attending the laying of the cornerstone of the Lee monument. There has been a great deal said on the subject of the appropriation of $15,000, which the City Council will be asked to give for decorative purposes, Ac. Some say if given it will be the means of bringing many "strangers within our gatesand, as a matter of course, they will leave considerable money behind them, thus placing more money in circulation in our city. Others argue that it will be a great benefit to our business people generally, and that it will speak well for and keep up the reputation of our city for its...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 31 August 1887

NUMBER 78. OUR LOCAL. WORK OF THE TRUTH RE- PORTERS. THE NEWS OF THE DAY NICELY BOILED DOWN. The Laat Crank. HE WALKS FROM TEXAS. A few days ago a tough-looking gentleman called upon Dr. Stratton, president of the Board of Health) and asked for a permit to have the body of his father taken from Oakwood cemetery in order to remove it to Texas. Dr. Stratton ascertained that the man had no money to pay for the disinterment and removal of the remains, which have been under the sod for twenty years, and put the crank off for a few days in order to make some inquiries. In the meanwhile the Texan went to the Mayor and to the keeper of Oakwood, but from them he got uo encouragement. He finally returned to Dr. Stratton and alleged that his father was buried twenty years ago, but was still alive, and that he only wished to get his (Dr. Stratton) permission to go to the grave and call his father forth, as had been done by Christ in the case of Lazarus. The poor creature was asked to pass on. H...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 31 August 1887

The Truth. Piibbllslied EVERY EVENING (except Sunday by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: Eighth and Main sts., (up-stalrs)- Subscription Rates: Dally, one year 83 50 " six months 175 " three months 100 JWClty delivery by;carrlcrs at SIX CENTS per week. For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) pOßtoftice as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY EVENING -...AUGUST 31 CONSISTENCY. At the last municipal election the Reform party of this city defeated the old Ring Council and elected almost entirely a new set of men to conduet our city affairs. Notwithstanding the fact that these gentlemen were not familiar with the work required of them, their conduct has been so satisfactory to the people, and they have performed their duties so well, that the puerile efforts of the partisan press to pick a flaw in their record have fallen flat to the ground. Kecently the city Democratic papers thought they saw an opportunity to get in their work in the appointment of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 31 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 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. RAMOS 4 CO., 905 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. This firm represents the finest line of Musical Goods sold in the United States. They are located in ware rooms double the size of any similar establishmentthe ®outh, and have a corns of assistants who stand high in the Musical circles of Richmond. Foraßeieci lion of Sheet Music or any piece of Music or Music Book, no matt...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 31 August 1887

The Truth. WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUBT 81 She Died Crying for Her Papa. New York World, 27tli. An advertisement appeared in a newspaper yesterday morning asking for information concerning John Tripney, alias John McKenna, who was formerly superintendent of the Welles Building at No. 18 Broadway, and who left there in September, 1885. The advertiser was his wife, who lives at No. 336 Pearl street, and has not seen her husband in nearly three months. John Tripney and May Maguire were married in 1868. lie was then an engineer in a Bookman street store in receipt of good wages. They lived happily together for twelve years, during which time four children were born to them, of whom three died. The survivor, Josephine, was a helpless cripple, and deficient in mental vigor. Tripney wanted to place her in the Home for the Helpless, but the mother clung to her, and lavished all the affection she had formerly had for the other children upon the cripple. Tripney was then the janitor to the Market...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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