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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 10 July 1886

VOL. 1.--KTO. 45. ■ P.Y QEOKOE S.MJQHT. hat hallowed kot on earth. The horn% and place thai gave me birth— Though on the sea or foAigu land. A desert waste or barreinand, A verdant plain o'er I roam. 11 is. it is my home, my linme ! O home ! that hallowed place to all— Though it lie large or be it small, A lonely cottage by the rill O'erhung with rocks or bleakest hill. I Where storms and winds n* fate bemoan. 11 is it. is my home, my home ; O home ! that sacred spo is home That (fives me n r I'liimgli it btrri valley ricii iidrSYe. l)r mountain cliff, of verdu. c hare. I'hat overlook-t lie ocean i>am, It is, it is my home, my honi' ! O home ! that place on earth fjevine ! Like brightest sun there loi» will shim-; Though cot where peasant hails the daw n. Or mansion with wide-spre uliiig lawn. Or castle with its spire aud dome, It is, it is my home, my h. me '. O home ! my early home ill life, The home where first I lei mv wife, Where wife and children-Ane, two, threeSit ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 10 July 1886

I'l T.I.IMIK!) EVERY S2:i MM\ S'fl JAS A. HEALY. Jfl WIjNES. jno. ¥ t§M mr Publishers amfl UW If*. // Mfl ■ KATES OF SCBsfB ■ one eopjr, one year, . t] gn Aitvi-rl isint,'rates . "publisherJ " To this Public We invite j. lukrtM ~( tnf . f'nited States, esi>ecislly that ward to wurkiaaateD. All commnnteations i>how| ,h,,rt concise ami to the point, ami accoaa . ••■ „•„,, and a.Mressof the cnlitrlbaS v*u * ,v " ""*" Addresses of sulmrritieiTi » . , ,"| froB»~ one postofflce to another as of j« • ** d Entered at the Postofflce JH „. •aonad-tffaai matter. SATURDAY, 1 r iH ■ The street cars are , n the black list. D. A. 84 meets this KatuJ at 8 o'clock sharp. Teach your children to jfl wfc Sloan to-render a de ] c.ision on bastard type. We may be slaves in onr workshops, but when the sun rises on election day we are kings and sovereigns. The way to put an end to fjarikes is for the employee to become Hhe employer. This can only be done through co-operation. So long ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 10 July 1886

ASSOCIATED LIBOR PRESS. i \UTHENTIC ADVICES FROM RELIABLE j CORRESPONDENTSjN ALI SECTIONS OF THE Ce-nffTRY. Bnsines is dull, with no very promising outlook. The tobaoefc business is unusually dull for this se.-ison of the year and when this business is at a low ebb it effects every othi-i branch of There is a high state ol excitement among the working people fe account of their sell-out by traitors m the City i On the 27th of June he working ■ people pnt in the field a tie et for members of the City Conncil f nd Board of [ Aldermen, for the expres purpose of! turning out tbe political i rasites that, have been feasting on city: pap for lo ! these many years. The re ult so far as j the election was concerneu- was a com- j plete success, the ticket bt ing elected [ by three thousand majority. Just before the election of the city officials by the Council caiae off, the Reform (workingmen) memliers met in caucus for the purpose of making their nominations, and after a snt vey of the sit...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 10 July 1886

The Lai, r Press. Mr. Powderly Bs issued a letter to the Order urging ion members the importance of supp rting liberally the labor press. The ■ ircular is timely, and will at once ren er clear to the en tire body what has Men plain to the most earnest and $ie -ghtful for several years, namely, that L order to make a labor reform success it is necessary to estabbH Ipress that is thoroughly identifiJ labor interest. The 7/erß reason to complain of the paHNfrc it receives, but if the support gi»n was in any degree commensurate nh the numerical strength of organiz|«riisrAn Virginia. a much larger could be furnished—a all respects equal to the monopoly journals that are straining every nerve to work havoc with our organizatio> s. Upon this subject the Washington <D. C.) Crafts man pays: " What has been the mainstay and support of monopoly and corporations in their raid upon the people's rights and upon the public treasuries ? Unquestionably the public press, or the ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 17 July 1886

V THE LABOR HERALD. - __ — _ : ; —> ■ ■ g__ ' ■ : - ■ ■ , ■ — —■ - ; —,T"** ■ ■ — ~_ .. -_ * OFFICIAL ORGAN OF DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES 84 ANlf 92, KNIGHTL OF LABOR. -.= —.^— —■-_- -> ! -=--=- = m i '."HAT IS THE MOST PERFECT GOVERNMENT IN V'HICH AN INJURY TO ONE IS THE CONCERN VOL. 1.-ItTO. 46. J. • RICHMOITD, ITJU JULY 17, 1886. Fie,! 5 cents I STARVED TO D I™. BY WILL H. MlSN- ;CK;csted by tin- death * a woman by ion. in an attic over I'"' vaults of a .1 bank :] c bank vaults in an hi** d they there a woman dead, c verdict of the jury, rved to death," no fo.*h "" »»rcad. below the death-dark chamber c tlie spirit took its lligbt, was piled in gold and silver i'd in vaults secure antTjt'gbl. n meditate or ponder lis picture, sad but tru '■ bin bis heart knows fui'y thing's wrong, and gre: v to °- itrvatioi, .-;..m1.1 o'< ,;k e ol "'- --i yet trutluiil pictare iat " pirate " gives the i-ord. . heartless, vultures, v npires, t you have your day an . time ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 17 July 1886

f. SATURDAY AT STREET. WLLtM, PERRY JONES, Wll, JR., Proprietors. lackiFTioN: *1 00 ,ned on application. cc from all parts of the ■Jiat in regard to workyaM be short, concise napanied by full name . il be changed from o *>;n as desired. —__ 1- . fJtrtered a t tbe *t Richmond, Va., as mattt Now is the ti -su ' ne boycott. Richmond r a thoroughbred mported R?v M. Now let the te .'barge. We've got them on t ijt^^^A Hn.ru'i f_jß BBkb«'' '' '''"'- --'■'-"Buck " and Royal Baking Powdßa! The smaller youripay the greater your need of organization. "It is well to be f>yal, but not too Royall."—Colonel, M pr and Judge. Royal-tv has coiaii' iced its annual periphrastical in this State. To whom it may concern : Take notice, we are on the ma of a Royall boycott! The President hdfe signed the bill legalizing the incorporation of trades unions. Mr. Royall, like the mountain, labored hard and came a little mouse. j Oveb 40,000 we fabgmen attended a picnic at Rising Sni. Park, ...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 17 July 1886

pCIITED LABOR PRESS. y-UTHENTIC ACV'C IS FROM RELIABLE / CORRESPC SCENTS IN ALL SECTIONS ('FT -IE COUNTRY. ME PHIS. Special to The Lalwr . lrald. Memphis sow Vs what she long needed, a Distri; isembly of Knights of Labor, whirh vas organized on Thursday night k ' There are now fourteen assembue \ this city. Some of they;' <n tors have decided that the carpem shall work ten hours a day, bu he latter decree otherwise. Politics is becorn mg extremely warm in this neck of the woods. PETERS 3URG. Special to The Labor ." jd. The erection of a new machine shop has been commenced, in this city, and will soon be in ope -ation. This will give employment to 1 f ew more of our mechanics. There is to be held here next month a fair for the bene! !0f a mechanics' hall. These worker, deserve great credit, not only to tl juselves, but to the city. The workingrnen i Richmond are terribly incensed at ir failure in elect city officers in {he council, after j having won the vict" ry at the po...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Labor Herald — 17 July 1886

ORGAN IZAT, The need of ic . a . t tion is shown in _hl__E> which ( occurs. It is necesH Hfof.n to be c thoroughly organize! XvK v rccru j tg 1, will not stick together^B o it is that , the older trade more sue- ' c-Jisful than have ' been lately ! 01 j lave ac f c imulated a iund cf e «Kjce. They '' kaow they mnat be] rl 6Upport j themselves, if necesdgßf months. They know every tSM M made tQ , 8H th*iz pW-ts for WMf that the 1 new men art> only -f__Hft ß . They 1 know they in ..,t relyjlV WO ik and . vigilance to counteß I schemes I which will be used toJ| Hem believe 1 they are beaten. jM tprepured : and know thpymojl Kmselves 1 for what is neefl leash is 1 ready—they 6on*mßWMW> for ftß ; sistance during the „f the i strike, and employers ft too. 1 ■•These m<jn put their the of cxperierveed coo ] 1 and do their business thoaftiy ] They have also edncate<__b ms( ,i V( -s as to what they want. T^t ow t Le , state of their trade...

Publication Title: Labor Herald, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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