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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 September 1885

V • .-**• YOL. 111. THE CAMPAIGN PAPER. We request all committee men to got lists of subscribers at once and forward them by mail with the money. Address, "Tub Campaign, Richmond, Va." [See advertisement.] i We will be glad to have au advertisement from every business firm in Richmond. As will bo seen a large number have sent in their cards. Rates can bo obtained and contracts made with Crutchfield & Co., Advertising Agents, office, The State building, 9th and Main. The office of tho Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Main Street ■ 110 THE DEMOCRATS OF RICHMOND AND HENRICO: I reppectfuily announce mynolf a CANDIDATE for rc-nomination to the Seaato from this district, subject to yonr decision at the primary olcction, Tuesday, Sep'tembor 15th. WILLIAM LOVENSTEIN. J TAYLOR ELLYSON . FOR THE SENATE. (Richmond and Henrico.) Subject to the decision of the Democratic primary election SEPTEMBER 15, 1885. TO THE CITIZENS OF RICHMOND: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for re-nomi...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE McCAUTY. OUR STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGII LEE. KOR LIEUTENANT-COVER NOR, llon. JOHN E. MASSEY. 10R ATTOR NE Y- CKN E R AI., Hon. K. A. AYERS. " Putting Down 13ouiionism" is good ! who got put down, O shysters, last year and the year before? Capt. J. T. McKenna is thought to be the Democrat who can carry old Buckingham. F. lee is good. The shysters will cry flee before November, and their flight will bo far. Flee, shysters, flee! Ex-Postmaser R. S. V. P. Morris moved with his initials over to Charlottesville on the 7th and performed his favorite part of the cross-roads Demosthenes beYore the "gang." A defeat for Mahone in November means his return to private life and his total extinction as a political factor either in State or national politics. Aud as he favored Chinese cheap labor, he could emigrate aud wear a cue. " Col. Brown Allen and lion. James A. Frazier sweep the deck." Whig, Sept Bth. That is just what the apprentice pirates do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 September 1885

THE PIRATE KING I WHAT WE ESCAPED, AND A WARNING FOR THE FUTURE I Maiione's Splendid Plan in All Its Beauty! THE WAY THE LITTLE BOSS PROPOSED TO HAND-CUFF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. The Commonwealth to be Made a Gambler's Concern! POOLS IN ALL OFFICES AND PERQUISITES TO ALL THE GANG I A THIEV£S"PARADISE ! Bunko Billy and His Pals! Some short-sighted persons have thought themselves smart to belittle Billy Mahone, but those who have fought his nefarious policy hardest have the best cause to appreciate the man's talents and euergy which, when felt in his exercise of ill-got-ten power, impress sensible men with a deeper danger to the Commonwealth than is ordinarily perceived. When.tho nvorago reader, learns of a shrewd trick in the gamo of politics played by tho little Bunko statesman, he thinks it a characteristic act to win an election or make a turn in stocks. To the student of shyster politics, however, every act of Mahone is but u part of his original scheme to gain possession of the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 12 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance.) One copy, for tho canvass 25c(e. For Advertising Rates apply to Crutch field Co. The Campaign is on sale by the following Newsdealers : 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. Waddill & li-0., Pauvillo Va. ,T R. Coppridge, Danville, Va. H. J. lleuser, Wythevillo, Va. Geo. Gravatt, Jr., R;>anoke. (Entered at the Post Qj/lce at Richmond. Fa , ns second clans matter) TAKE NOTICE. All canvassers have written authority DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICAN. The Difference between the Parties. GRANT 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 harmony 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 hear kind expressions toward me in person from al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 26 September 1885

VOL. 111. CAMPBELL & SCHOOLCRAFT, BANKERS AND BROKERS. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RICHMOND, VA. OSCAR CRANZ & CO., (Established 1843,) Importers and Dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS, No. 14 Govebsor Street, Beg leave to call attention to their large and well-selected stock of the above inontioned goods, and particularly to their large supply of FRENCH BRANDIES, FRENCH, GERMAN, and other FOREIGN WINES. all of which aro imported by themselves from tho first houses in Europe. Brandies anij Madeiras on hand from forty to sixty years old. Also large supplies of HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS of late crop, direct from Havana and Key West. Their stock of FINE WHISKIES, APPLE and PEACH BRANDIES, is not surpassed by any house in the city. NOTICE. —Wearers of fine Shirts will please bear in mind that the neatest fitting, nicest quality and lowest price Shirts and Drawers are made by J. M. COX, 735 Main .St. For a good, tough chew—llonora. The CliiuvasN. [The following no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 26 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PA«K McCAUTY. out STATU TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGII LEE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, HON. JOHN E. MASSKY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Flon. H. A. AYERS. The Democrat who will not subscribe 25 cents for the Campaign to help the cause deserves to be talked to death by our canvassers. Where is "Faugh-Bah"? The " Independent" is in cahoot with Billy Mahone. After the election the Mahoneites will climb trees. Ask a Shyster Mahoneito if his tail has grown out. Where are the two monumental lies about the Fredericksburg Bridge and the Collateral Inheritance tax ? Little Bon Berkley couldn't get an office from the Democrats in 1883. An Independent is a ruan without political character enough to got a nomination from u party. Brown Allen's brother-in-law, a big head-light of Mahoneism collected in currency and paid in coupons. Beware of the man who cannot stand shoulder to shoulder with his Democratic brethren in such a contest as this. Who would belong to a party, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 26 September 1885

Organization or the DoiuocraHc Party of Virginia. state executive committee, Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman Col. Archer Anderron, Richmond. R. W. Burke, Staunton. Edward C. Venable, Petersburg. Hon. Legh R. Watts, Portsmouth. H. C. Stuart, Saltville. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Headquarters at Alexandria, Va STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman W. W. Scott, Secretary. Leonard Marbury, Assistant Secretary. First District.—W. A. Jones, Warsaw, Rich--»mond county; G. T. Garnett, Mathews C. II.; O. A. Browne, Accomack C. II.; L. N. Smith, I'artlow's, Spotsylvania county; B. L. Farinholt, Montague's Essex county. Second District. —Dr. J. B.Bryant, Franklin, Southampton county; D. Gardiner Tyler,Sturgeon Point, Charles City county ; Jas F. Chalmers, Smithlield, Va.; Joseph T Duke, Portsmouth, Va.; Dr. Wm. 11. Shields, Yorktown, Vh. ThirdD'strict. —B. 11. Nash, Richmond; B. A. Hancock, Manchester; J. D. O'Dell, New Kent C. II.; H. M. Smith, Jr., Richmond; Z. S. Magruder, Loc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 26 September 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. RATES OK Sl/liS;Cni]'TloN. (In advance.) One copy, f.r the canvajs 25cts. For Advertxbino Rates Rf ply to Crutchfield ife Co. The Campaigs is on sale by the following Newsdealers : C. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. ,S. Oliver. Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Vs. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill St B-o„ Danville, Va. J R. Copjiridge, Dauviile, Va. H. J. Hiiuser, Wythevills, Va. Geo. Gravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, Va. C. Mander, Fredericksburg, Va. [Enteral at the Post OjJlcc at Richmond, Va., as second class matter ) TAKE NOTICE. All canvassers have written authority, "THE COMBAT DEEPENS." "OUR FITZ." STORMS SHENANDOAH! Rides through Rockingham and leaves the Tenth Legiomfully Aroused. A PEACEFUL MARCH INTO MADISON. Marsey and Aycrs Strike telling blows in the Great Southwest, DANIEL, HARRIS, STAPLES, CABELL, O'FERRALL, ISEIRNE, DUNLOP, WHITEHEAD, TUCKER, GOOLRICK, THOMAS AND OTHER DEMOCRATIC CHIEFS FIRE THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 3 October 1885

VOL. 111. THE CAMPAIGN PAPER. We request all committee men to get lists of subscribers at once and forward them by mail with the money. Address, 5' The Campaign, Richmond, Va." [See advertisement.] We will be glad to have an advertisement from every business firm in Richmond. As will bo seen a largo number have sent in their cards. Rates can be obtained and contracts made with Crutchfield & Co., Advertising Agents, office, The State building, 9th and Main. The office of the Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Maiu Street. jtg- The circulation of the Campawn will reach 15,000 in two or three weeks. The county chairmen should procure subscriptions as fast as possible. We send a large number of papers free, but all Democrats interested in the cause should subscribe to the Campaign and enablo us to increase the circulation. This was the plan in 1883. CAMPBELL & SCHOOLCRAFT, BANKERS AND BROKERS. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RICHMOND, VA. OSCAK CKANZ & CO., (Establis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 3 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY I'AOK McCAKTY. Ollt STATE TICKET. I'QR GOVERNOR, General FITZIIUGII LEE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, . HON. JOHN E.. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Hon. R. A. AYERS. Johnny is not a real Wise; he is a Wiselet. Johnny Wise would persuade peoplo that he prefers the laboring man to his own grandmother. The turkey-gobbler ran Dick oft' the field, and a little boy at Warrenton stampeded Johnny. How are the duelling heroes fallen. Mr. G. K. Gilmer deecants on the hard times. This is good, excellent good, for the man who drew a big salary for so long from the Government under the tender auspices of Mahone, cannot but think it hard times when the salary ceases. But this is about all that can be gotten out of G. K. Gilmer's screed. One of the trick evolutions of thg " prevaricatorium " is to put a shyster penny-a-liner, under the disguise of an alias or an initial, and pay some hoosier Radical sheet to publish his falsehoods, which are at once copied in the organet. The a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 3 October 1885

Organization of the Democratic Party of Virginia. BTATE EXECI'TIVE committee. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. Col. Archer Anderson, Richmond. R. W. Burke, Staunton. Edward C. Venable, Petersburg. Hon. Legh R. Watts, Portsmouth. H. C. Stuart, Saltville. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Headquarters at Alexandria, Va. state central committee. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Leonard Marbury, Assistant Secretary. First District.—W. A. Jones, Warsaw, Richmond county; G. T. Gamett, Mathews C. H.; O. A. Browne, Accomack C. II.; L. N. Smith, Partlow's, Spotsylvania county; B. L. Farinholt, Montague's Essox county. Second District.—Dr. J. B. Bryant, Franklin, Southampton county; D. Gardiner Tyler,Sturgeon Point, Charles City county ; Jas. F. Chalmers, Smithfield, Va.; Joseph T. Duke, Portsmouth, Va.; Dr. Wm. H. Shields, Yorktown, Va. Third District.—B. 11. Nash, Richmond ; B. A. Hancock, Manchester; J. D. O'Dell, New Kent C. H.; H. M. Smith, Jr., Richmond; Z. S. Magruder, Lock...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 3 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance) One copy, for the canvass 25cts. For Advertisiru Rates apply to Crutchfield & Co. The Campaign is on sale by the following Newsdealers : C. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. \V. S. Oliver. Staunton, Va. F. E. l'ugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. I). Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill k B:o„ Danville, Va. .1 R. Coppridge, Danville, Va. 11. J. Heuser, Wytheville, Va, (leo. Oravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, Va. C. Mander, Fredericksburg, Va. ( Entered at the rost Office at Richmond, Va., as second class matter ) TAKE NOTICE. All canvas-ers have written authority. "For I aui n Pirate Kliir!" THE WAY THE liOSS TEACHES TUB DEPUTY PREVARICATORS AND APPRENTICE PIRATES. nOC'RHONS ROUTED ON PAPER. Petersrur's, Va., Jifly 13, ISSS. Dear Sir:—During the canvass on which wo are about to enter, the limited number of speak ers we have at command will not admit of oui covering all the court-greens at your co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 October 1885

VOL. 111. TIIE OAMFAIUN PAPER. We request all committee ruou to get lists of subscribers at once and forward them by mail with the money. Address, "Tiie Campaign, Richmoud, Va." [See advertisement.] We will be glad to have an advertisement from every business firm in Richmond. As will be seen a large number have sent in their cards. Rates can bo obtained and contracts made with Crutciifield & Co., Advertising Agents, office, The Slate building, 9th and Main. The oflko of the Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Main Street. ygp- Tho circulation of the Campaign will reach 15,000 in two or three weeks. Tho county chairmen should procure subscriptions as fast as possible. We send a large number of papers free, but all Democrats interested in tho cause should subscribe to the Campaign and enable us to increase tho circulation. This was the plau in 1883. CAMPBELL & SCHOOLCRAFT, BANKERS AND BROKERS. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RICHMOND, VA. OSCAK CKANZ & CO., (Establ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PA.c; E i>l <•OAI4 TY . OI K STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGII LEE. for i.ieutknant-governor, llon. JOHN E. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Hon. R. A. AYERS. The Organet has a little Shyster paper in a mountain nook that " vouches" for the prevaricators. Joiinny Wise was very quiet in Charlottesville and did not tell his Danville anecdote. Billy is wild with patriotism about the possible loss of " our seat" in tho Senate. He implores tho Republican party to save themselves "all on account of Eliza." " llahp Times." This is a good cry, forsooth. The Republicans have had it all their own way for twentyfive years aud now charge the hard times on tho Democrats. They call us Bourbons 1 But the fact is to bo noted, that we do not go backwards like the Republicans, who are already twenty years behind tho times with the Bloody Shirt Flag. "By its fraud and violence Bourbouism reveals its weakness," says the organot. Perhaps Johnny's vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 October 1885

Organization of (lie Democratic Party of Virginiii. STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. Col. Archer Anderson, Richmond. R. W. Burke, Staunton. Edward C. Venable, Petersburg. Hon. Legh R. Watts, Portsmouth. H. C. Stuart, Saltville. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Headquarters at Alexandria, Va. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Leonard Marbury, Assistant Secretary. First District.—W. A. Jones, Warsaw, Richmond county; G. T. Garnett, Mathews C. H.; 0. A. Browne, Accomack C. II.; L. N. Smith, Partlow's, Spotsylvania county; B. L. Farinholt, Montague's Essex county. Second District.—Dr. J. B. Bryant, Franklin, Southampton county; D. Gardiner Tyler,Sturgeon Point, Charles City county ; Jas. F. Chalmers, Smithfield, Va.; Joseph T. Duke, Portsmouth, Va.; Dr. Wm. 11. Shields, Yorktown, Va. Third District.—B. H. Nash, Richmond; B. A. Hancock, Manchester; J. D. O'Dell, New Kent C. H.; 11. M. Smith, Jr., Richmond; Z. S. Magruder, Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 10 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN, RATES OF (lu advance) One copy, for the canvass 25cts. For Advertising Kates apply to Crutchfield St Co. The Oamtawn is on sale by the following Newsdealers : O. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. S. Oliver. Staunton, Va. K. E. I'ugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. l>. outer, Lynchburg, Va. K. E. Etnorson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & IS-0., Danville, Va. .I R. Coppridge. lUnvil'e, Va. 11. J. Hcuser, \Vy theviU*, Va. Geo. Gravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, Va. C. Mander, Frtdericksburg, V.i. ( Entered at the rost OJfice at Richmond, Va., as sccmd clan matter ) TAKE NOTICE. AU canvassers liave written authority. its Alexandria. THE WHOLE STORY —THE MAIIONEITES IIIRE A il AM,, AND THE BLACK AN!) TAN HAVE A UIGD OLD TIME. (Alexandria Gazette, October 2d.] For several days past the satellites of this individual in this place have been canvassing among their fellow dupes for funds with which to rent a hall in order that their champion could unload hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 October 1885

VOL. 111. THE CAMPAICJN PAPER. We request all committee men to get lists of subscribers at once and forward them by mail with the money. Address, "The Campaign, Richmond, Va." [See advertisement.] We will be glad to have an advertisement from every business firm in Richmond. As will be seen a largo number have sent in their cards. Rates can be obtained and contracts made with CRUTCIIFIEIjD & Co., Advertising Agents, office, The Stale building, 9th and Main. The office of the Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Main Street. Tho circulation of the CamI'AioN will reach 15,000 in two or three weeks. The county chairmen should procure subscriptions as fast as possible. We send a large number of papers free, but all Democrats interested in the cause should subscribe to the Campaign and enablo us to increase the circulation. This was the plan in 1883. CAMPBELL & SCHOOLCRAFT, BANKERS AND BROKERS. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RICHMOND, VA. OS (J All OKANZ & CO., (Establ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGK MoCAUTY. OUR .STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGH LEE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, Hon. JOHN E. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Hon. R. A. AYERS. That the 15loody-Shirt policy of hate should triumph in Ohio under Mahone's patron, John Sherman, is an alarm signal that the Democracy of Virginia must heed. It means the possibility of a Republican Administration in 1888, and at that bare possibility all honesty in this Stata must shudder. When we think of what auspices would rule the spirit and intention of a Sher-mau-Mahoue combination to succeed the Arthur-Mahone infamy,infuriated liy defeat and popular contempt, wo might go back as far as fifteen years and recall the picture of ignorant, squalid negroes blustering in the registrar's oflicc, with one of the colored brethren presiding at the book, and a sergeant's guard bulldozing the white people with fixed bayonets. Bear this in mind, and guard the outpost o 1 ! the South, or your portion will be woe....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 October 1885

Organization wf (lie Dcinocrallc Parly of Virginia. STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. Col. Archer Anderson, Richmond. R. W. Burke, Staunton. Edward C. Venable, Petersburg. Hon. Legh R. Watts, Portsmouth. 11. C. Stuart, Saltville. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Headquarters at Alexandria, Va. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. lion. John S. Barbour, Chairman. W. W. Scott, Secretary. Leonard Marbury, Assistant Secretary. First District.—W. A. Jones, Warsaw, Richmond county; G. T. Garnett, Mathews C. H.j O. A. Browne, Accomack C. H.j L. N. Smith, Partlow's, Spotsylvania county ; B. L. Farinholt, Montague's Essex county. Second District.—Dr. J. B. Bryant, Franklin, Southampton county; D. Gardiner Tyler,Sturgeon Point, Charles City county ; Jas. F. Chalmers, Smithtield, Va.; Joseph T Duke, Portsmouth, Va.; Dr. Wm. H. Shields, Yorktown, Va. I"rrd District. —B. 11. Nash, Richmond ; B. A. Hancock, Manchester; J. D. O'Dell, New Kent C. II.; H. M. Smith, Jr., Richmond; Z. S. Magru ler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance) One copy, for the canvaes 2f>cts. For Advertisisu Rates apply !o Crutchfield & Co. The Campaign is on sale hy the following Newsdealers : • C. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va. Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. K. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & 15 - 0., Danville Va. ■T It. Coppridge, Danville, Va. If. J. lleuser, Wytheville, Va. • ieo. Oravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Stauoton, Va. 0. Wander Fredericksburg, Va. Entered at the Post OJilce ot Richmond, Va., ai second class matter) TAKE NOTICE. All canvassers have written authority. ('MitipuiKii Cli|»l>iilK»<. Then wo must every man go to the polls and vote, let us every man do his duty, it must bo done, we cannot afford to let Mahone get control of this State from sheer indifference on the part of the white people of this houored old Common wea 11 h. —Mecklen burg Dcm...

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