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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 5 June 1886

VOL. X.-JsTO. 40. THE TRYST. There's a hush in the wood! Not a murmur is swelling, Save the voice of the breeze, Or the sot) of the pine ; Over the shadowy pathletTlie jasmines are spelling The air wilh perfume Moie fragrant than wine. A prescience whispers me Some one is coating. The ferns lean and listen And quiver and wait; A pine needle falls; I catch a far drumming — 'Tis a wood bird that mocks, She is h'T'haW 1 "' i- !•■■''•! Beat softly, my heart, As I lean o'er the grasses; Like a savage 1 list For the feet that I love ! Hope and fear'alternate With each cloudlet that passes, With shadow and shine, Through the blue deep above. Bath something delayed her? Ah '. no: a dim murmur Flouts over the hillside. Now far aud now near. Were I dead I would waken, Her footsteps j;row firmer— Aside, O ye beoghs] She is here ! she is heir ! There's joy in the wood ! A myriad voices Are caroling lays For the winds to repeat, The leaves are a-quiver; The wildwood rejoices. And sifts the glad ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 5 June 1886

The Labor Herald. . — : — ,■ ■ —= l-L-BUSIIKD EVWtY SATURDAY AT 823 MAIK STREET. — WM. H MMLLEN. J AS. A. HEALY. PERRY JONES. JNO. M. LEWIS. JR.. Publishers ami Proprietors. WM. H. MULLEN. Editor. KATES OF iMCRIPTIOX : I lac boot, one year, ' v ** °° Advertising rales f um»>ed on application. PUBUSffIB NOTICE. TO THIS PI'BLIC : We invite corresponded- from all parts of the ; Cnlted Stat-*, eai'eclally U»t in regard to work- I '"Allw'mmunicatloM KkomH be short concise/ and to the point, and aSKjuiied by full namej : " M »l2B» 1* chansrd from race to anotaejagtften as desired. Mr It M.TRlMßL«is"iS»Oiize,l to solicit sub -enp't ions, advertisement"' Job work, aud col Entered at the Posto«ifKn.iichmond, Va., as s i!.i-4:la.ss matter. __ sat'l i:i> w. J iv '•• The early Rose of Ward was ; cut too soon. property mrC; Ihx*.k is nothing to aqua! Lbe ckeek" of an office-holder. Reao the Black List carefully and make your patronage felt. J v ,. "J </ Let u6 bo...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 5 June 1886

ASSOCIATED LABOR PRESS. AUTHENTIC ADVICES FROM RELIABLE CORRESPONDENTS IN ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. RICHMOND. Work in all the trades is improving. There is a great deal of work laid out for the Summer and the prospects are that all our idle labor will be given employment (The boycott on Baughman Brothers is progressing satisfactorily and we feel certain this firm can't stand the pressure much longer. Messrs. Mosby & Co. and Hood, agent for Franklin, Davis & Co., are being boycotted for dealing with Baughman Brothers. They are shipping strawberries to New York, Philadelphia, Washington and Baltimore and we ask that our friends in these cities will keep a lookout for these boycotted berries. The workingmen of this city gained a signal victory over their enemies in the election which took place last Thursday, carrying five out of six wards in this city. We will now have our New City Hall built by day labor and our workmen will receive a " fair day's pay for a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 5 June 1886

FORT WORTH. History of the Grievances Leading Up to the Great Strike on the Gould Southwestern System. The following communication from "Ironclad" to the Memphis Weekly Record shows very plainly who was in fault as to the origin of the great strike on the southwestern system. Just Lear in mind that even a worm will curl up and sting when trod upon. Then men in another year or so would have been required to pay Boss Gould a few dollars per month for the privilege of working for his manipulated lines: " Fort Worth, Tkx., May 12—In accordance with my promise, I send you a correct statement of the grievances which caused the great strike on the Gould southwestern system. In order to give a complete history of the affair I must refer back to the strike of March, 1885, and relate the causes which led to it. In the summer of 1881 a reduction of 25 cents was made on all unskilled labor, thus reducing them to §1.25 per day. All white and black American laborers were discharged between Big Sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 12 June 1886

"VOL. 1.-ITO. 41. WOMAN'S TRIBUTE TO THE K. OF L EY MRS. CORA L. V. RICHMOND. A thousand times the harps of song Bare been attuned to themes of glory, A thousand times the theme was wrong, The tyrants power, the conflict glory, This song is for the valient, free, The toilers of humanity. Where'er the despot mammon holds His glare of bondage over man. \\ lieiv'er this octopus enfolds Labor within its greedy phut. Ye are alert, alive, aware, Striking for freedom everywhere. Viewless, yet with all potent power, Ye clasp in silence all the earth, < >ue golden chain of lahor'sMowcr. One brotherhood of human worth. I'nited, free, valiant and strong. To light tin battle against wrong. Not with the courtier's bended knee Bow ye to woman, deified; Not with base falsehoods, flatten. Like the Knights of old, but to deride, But as she oft must toil for bread, Ye give he equal rights instead. An equal place where she may toil, Equal reward for labor done— And when proud Mol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 12 June 1886

LabOiß Herald. -UK!- BVEKY SATI'kDAY AT HEALY. POmt JONES. JNO..M. LEWIS. JR.. Publishers and Proprietors. WM. H. MULLEN. Editor. rates or bubscuii-tion : Advertising rat<**|rnished on application. (PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. We Invite (■orrwipond'W ,rc,m a " 1,!1r,sI ,!lr,s of the nited stales, especially that in regard to work"fifc'ininimicaTloß* should t>e short. ;•■ i „1 t.. Hi- point, and arconipaliicd t.y full name id address of the cOißrtt'Utor. A ddresws of w»! »* changed froni ie postofflce io auottar as often as desired. Mr. H. M. TKl*BL«»< authorized to solicit sal; •notions, advertl»eia«"ts and jot. work, and col Entered at the H.mWßce at Richmond, Va.. as - nd-class matt' ___ SATI IIDAY, .11 NE 12. ISSG. Organize, educate, co-op<rate. I If you desire to know the full ralue of advertising ask Mary Anderson. It is fasiro- '■'• nov to say of thosi T. ■■■.. tbem quietly alone. It turned out to be a pumh ticket after all. It punched some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 12 June 1886

ASSOCIATED LIBOR PRESS. AUTHENTIC ADVICES FROM RELIABLE CORRESPONDENTS IN ALL SEC- • TIONS OF THE COUNTRY. RICHMiiNH. The election has passed over and everything is quiet. The Reform Ticket which was put in the field and supported by workingmen, swept the city —carrying five wards out of six. It is very certain now that the new City Hall, which ha* hung fire for four years under the Ring rule, will be commenced at once, and be built by daylabor with Virginia material. Some two or three hundred hands employed at the brick yards in Man Chester, struck this week for an increase of pay. These men did not act under the advice of any labor organization, but went out by agreement among themselves. Printing business is dull at present and '• eomps" looking for work will do well to pass this city gently by. PETERSBURG. Special to The 1.a1».r Herald. The exposures in the late election in ■ this city, it is hoped, will have a salutary effect upon ballotbox stuffing and the various judges of el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 12 June 1886

Haiti Do Trades Unionists realize what a figure they are cutting before the world ? Do they realize that thousands upon thousands of disinterested persons are looking with deepest interest upon their actions, and wondering what tbe end will be ? Do they realize that organized labor is passing through the fiery furnace at the present timet Have they forgotten the old motto. ■•That in union alone there is strength.'"' There never has been a time in the world's history when corubiued capital has been so determined to crush organized labor as at tbe present time; and just at this time, when every man ■, who works for a living should stand j firmly upon principle, and with abated ! breath, arrayed in a solid body, to ward off the blows that our common foe is aiming at us. We find that trades uuions have not only severed themselves from the main body, but they have declared open war against the only labor organization that ever met fully , the needs of all classes and conditions of mankin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 19 June 1886

VOL. I-ITO. 42. For Tie- I.al.cr HeraM. BETTER PAY. Whilst travelling round this world of ours. Trying to improve its Hooting hours ; lly knowledge, whose hamuli ill power. Governs the world fr. .in hour to hour, I -aw the poor of every m ii Working their way midst sweat and.toil, For ten long hours day by day, "Till they did strike for better pay. 1 s.iw the rich, the proud, the great, Bending beneath the serene sway; And thus they would lavish all their gold, On these fair creatures day by day. Hut when the ones wonld conn along Who ma le the gold tfpm day to 'lay, Tney would"receiv*tlie cold reply, '• We Cannot give you better pay " And one amongst that hui ible throng Would homeward pick Ins wearied way; May he he'd find his dearest one Dying beneath starvatirn's sway. Perhaps another liomewaid sped. To find his mother" aim, -t dead, And children too, of tend<r age, Would seek their parent's bumble lion c. lYrehanee they'd find w V ■ they got there, That they were on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 19 June 1886

_______^_>___—» ——_»___—__——«- The Labor Ki^ld. » BUSHED EVERY S,\J-| 523 MAIN' Sjjjj—l Mtff. H vfl B* ja'o. SBBBBBi^^ Publishers and Proprietors. WM. H. MULLEN, r.litor KATES OF SUItSCUnptON : one oopgr, "Hi' year, - fit* Oil Advertising rat.s furnished oa»pi>lxai i""PUBLISHERS' N^ICE To Tim nan: We Invite corresfoiineiii-. from —' r»r»» of '""■ fruited Stateß. especially that in —frard to worfciiifruien. \ll ... .ininunlcatiniis should '" sh. Tt, r ami to the point, and aw. mi|.a>u«i by full name .in.l addreas of the contrilmt. -. \ ildnwses of auliscril'.-ra will l,eclMii,-..i from one postofflce to another as often ijadeai red. Mr H. M. TaiMßLßis anthort—JK«oliclt sui. errtptions, advertisement* aud J«V]j*OT«. aad col ect for same. i-.ntered at the Postolfice at HnKkond, Va.. as secoud-thfs matter. jg ' i. picnic given Assemi a success. ■ «_#?imbott.'im All Locals mnst ele<>t oftcer* the last meeting night in this no; *■• Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 19 June 1886

ASSOCIATED U6OH PRESS. AUTHENTIC ADVICES FROM RELIABLE CORRESPONDENTS IN ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY RICnMONT. A majority of the makers are still out yards have agreed to the n*v scale and resumed work In conversation with one of the colored men employed in one of the yards he stated that when he was a slave his master received two hundred dollars a year as hire for bis services at brickmaking, the party employing him feeding, clothing and furnishing medical attention in case of sickness. The same employer is now unwilling to pay a rate of wages equal to §175 per year, leaving out of the question the furnishing of board, clothing and medicine. Many candidates are springing up for positions under the new Reform party. The people are eagerly looking to the day when the new council will go to work, and also hoping for g. clean sweep of those who have grown fat and saucy under the old administration. It is to be hoped that the people will not be disappointed in their expectation of ■ —'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 19 June 1886

Abolish Land Monopoly. It is gratifying to note that the alien land bill, which a few days ago passed the national Senate, did not receive a cingle dissenting vote. If the House will show as good a record when the matter becomes before it, one of the most righteous acta in the history of oar modern been accomplished. e^f^ This imporfanToill contains four sections. The first prohibits the acquisi tion hereafter of Jands in any of the territories or in the District of Colum bia by aliens who have not duly declared thfir intention to become citiz' ns, or by corporations not created under United States, State or Territorial laws. The tecond section makes a like prohibition against corporations or as6o ciations in which more than one-fifth of the stock is held by aliens. The third section prohibits any corporation, except railroad, turnpike and canal companies, from acquiring hereafter over 5,000 acres of land in any of the territories, while even railroad, turnpike and canal companies a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 26 June 1886

VOL. 1.-2STO. 43. RALLY AROUND THE BALLOT-BOX. BY TOILER. Where can nations find redress From even' pain and wrong, When over them oppression holds Its monopolistic throng? Where should the voice of ■offering men So eloquently plead For human rights and everything In life that they need? Where stood our noble ancestors When pursued; When hand to hand and heart to-heart, They fought still unsubdued r What was the bulwark of defense, The shield no one could pierce, Whcji round them EuglishTTChs itiareil So beastly-like and rierce; When clashing arms and cannon's roar Had left the battle field And boasted British strength was forced To God and right to yield ; When few came up with trembling hand, And set the famous seal That caused the old uprising throne In its rottenness to reel? What was it but the ballot-box That all the world respects, On which is laid our country's shield And her brightest intellects? Then rally round the ballot-box, Every name and man, And let us see what energ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 26 June 1886

The Labor Herald. _ - ar —— — PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 823 MAIN STREET. WM. H MULLEN. J AS. A. HEALY. PERRY JONES. J NO. M. ££»/& JR.. Publishers a^&vprietors. s& . WM H. MULLEN. Editor. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION '■ One copy, one year, *mk * " " (l(l Advertising rates furalsllrt on application. PUBLISHERS'. NOTICE. To TUB Ptbmc : We Invite corre*ponden*e from al! parts ot rhe fnited States, especially that in regard to workingmen. s . All communications shonM be short, concise and to the point, and accompanied \,y full name and address of the contri l>otor. Cddresses of subscribe*! will h» changed from l postofflce to another as ofUu as desired. - utered at the Postofflce at Richmond, Va., as md-class matter. m —— SATURDAY, JfJNMpB, 1886. Agitate co-operation. D. A. 84 meets to-nijp at 8 o'clock The original boy cot w Cain's little crib. frir a grand send off * Geajtd excursion to Staunton tonight. See advertisement There are over 100,00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 26 June 1886

ASSOCIATED LABOR PRESS. AUTHENTIC ADVICES FROM RELIABLE CORRESPONDENTS IN ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. RICHMOND. The repairs on the Custom House are progressing slowly, and as yet but few men are employed. The brickmakers are still out on a strike for $1.50 a day. Some two or three of the yards have acceded to the demands of the men, which is a most just and reasonable one, and have resumed work. The railroads of our city are the j main support of the rat printing office of Banghman Brothers, and consequently all the excursions given on them this season are proving failures. The City Street Railway has also been put upon the Black List for patronizing the same house, and their recipts are being diminished to a great extent. The drivers on this line received last week a reduction of hours from sixteen to twelve with a ten cent reduction of ' p ft y- \ The Roform caucus meets to-night to nominate city officers, and we .shall , soon see how clean the new broom will sveep. -The nailers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 26 June 1886

und Views of the Knights of Labor. A notable feature about the resolu- j ins adopted by the General Assembly | the Knights of Labor at Cleveland the way in which they deal with the iderlying causes of the impoverishent of labor. There was a time, and was not so long ago, when workingen only thought of dealing with such lestions as the increase of wages and ie reduction of the hours of labor, essening the hours of labor and incasing the rates of wages are very >od things in themselves. Long hours id poor pay are, however, effects of .uses which must be removed if wage orkers are ever to secure a permanent iprovement in their condition. The stand the General Assembly of ie Knights oi Labor has taken on the nd and money questions shows that orkingmej are beginning to perceive tat if they would better their condioii they will have to do something ore than pursue the old trades-union j }licy of fighting the bosses This is convincing evidence of the growth of itelligence in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 3 July 1886

VOL. 1.-110. 44. NINETY AND NME. E. H. GILLETT.I Then are ninety and nine tl»t live and die In want, and hunger and*'ld. That one may revel in luxiiS And lie lapped in a silken*"]'! — The ninety and nine in hover hare. The one in a palace with li'h.'-: rare. They toil in the fields, the ninny and nine, For the fruits of the mother earth ; They (8g and delve in ihwky mines. Ami bring her hidden 1 iv;i- "res forth— And the wealth released by atuidy blows To the hands of the one fnrevcr Sows. l-'rom the sweat of their bl iW! Hie desert HjTvt.-.y.i...— - . . I And the forest before tl.en fall-. Their labor has bnilded liumMe homes And cities with lofty halls And the one t. i< cities. an. home* ami lands, And the ninety and nine have tmpty hands. lint the night so dreary and dfrk and long, • At last shall tin' morning Jring' And over the land the VictoJs song Of the ninety and nine shgl ring. And echo afar from zone to s>ne; Rejoice ! for Labor shall lia* its own. p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 3 July 1886

l >m i. m~ The Labor Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SAURDAY AT 823 MAIN STREET. W¥. H MUUEiS. J AS. A. HEALY. PERRY JONES. J NO. ¥ LEWIS. JR.. Publishers and ?r£±. letors. WM. H. MULLEN. £i tor. . _' t - lIH KATKB OF SI ! >N : ■ im- coyy, one year, - - tl I* A<lvHrti.-*iiiK f«rni.'rtt*<d PUBLISHEKS' NOTICE To tiis Hrm.ic : We invite correspondenc. ti-n, 3(|'»rts ofth. United states, es)>eclally that in 'Bil to work hitmen. All communications nhontd b, short, concist ami in the point, and acconi|>aiih-<i t'y full nam* in.l address of the contributor. Addresses of sul.Bcrit.ers wtllt*; hang-cd froir oik |MMtotllce to another an oftaaa* dexireit. Entered at the Postofflce at ■HRmond, Va., at second-class matter. SATURDAY. JTi.Y 3. ' -:. Agitatb co-operat Aoitate shorter h Bury prejudice and conceit Support your lab„; tapers. OittiANizs, educate, JOrO^^^e^B-^^ T'unk twice befo' once! Join the K. of L. Building Associa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 3 July 1886

ASSOCIATED ULTlll PRESS, UTHENTIC ADVICES F'OM RELIABLi CORRESPONDENTS >l AiLL SECTIONS OF THE C JMTRV. WASHINGTON. JaeataJ to The Lalwr Herald. \ On Sunday evening '«' „P :r! - dobr M. Farquhar dt*U-ered fihe second lecture of -tbe course on the dabor ques tion at the Church of Our Father. The audience on this occasion wtes, a large one, and the words of tbe speaker were listened to with great interest. Among the many good things uttered he said i The the Bible is the getspel oi industry as well as ihe gospel of salva tion. One of the first Diviine com luands to man was that ho sb-jmld earn his bread by the sweat of brow. Six days man was requireil to labor, and he who does not labor sijie. When tbe congressional committee ie) investi gate the southwestern troubled was ap pointed, he did not see why it| Was necessary that they should all be'lawyers. Be spoke at length on the stabject oi arbitration, and said flat a board ol arbitration to be of any val'Ae must have a tec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 3 July 1886

The Pulpit on Labor. We present the subjoined extract ■ from a discourse recently delivered b£ Rev. Heber Newton, pastor of Alt Souls' Protestant Episcopal church, ( , New York City. The labor question and the movements of organized labor are attracting attention all over the land; aud we cannot but feel that the wide- ' spread agitation sweeping over both ; continents must retrftt iv benefitting .the laborer and the cause 1 >f labor per- I mauently. The reverend gentleman said : " There is no real ov. rproduction. The mere idea is an ahsnidity. Can there be overproduction of wheat while tens of thousands ot men hnngry. unable to buy flour? Were there any equitable distribution of fie wealth that exists to-div. 1 oaf myriads of homes men and wome 1 would go forth at once to buy the hir.gs that they need, for body or niiod, bread or books, clothes or pietur s, and toe biggest boom would be stat ted that the country has ever known. lam astonished at \ nothing in our busines...

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