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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 24 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 tho 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 Bent in their cards. Rates can bo obtained and contracts made with Crutchfield & Co., Advertising Agents, office, The State building, Qlh and Main. The of the Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Main Street. CAMPBELL & SCHOOLCRAFT, BANKERS AND BROKERS. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RICHMOND, VA. OSCAR CRANZ & CO., (Established 1813,) Importers and Dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS, No. 14 Governor Street, B' g leave to oa.ll attention to their large and well--" lecicd stock of tho above mentioned l'.o"ds, and particularly lo their large supply of I'KKNCII BRANDIES, I'KENOH, (JHUMAN, and other FOREIGN WINES. all of which are imported by themselves from t...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 24 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BY PAGE McCABTY. OIIR STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGII LEE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, Hon. JOHN E. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Hon. R. A. AYERS. If you have a good deed to do, DO IT YOU WILL PASS THIS WAY NO MORE. Read Blair's record. Royal Boss Signature " Mahone." It is the way with the thief to yell "stop thief" It is the way of the Mahoneites to charge their own rascalities on the Democrats. If the property owners in Virginia do not wish their property to go down 50 per cent, let them take hold and save the State from the thieves. " Bourbon Usurpers" is good, especially good, after the only honest man in the Republican party declared that the election of 1883 was a perfectly fair one. If the honest men who live in cabins do not want black and tan equality for their wives and children let them come out and vote the Democratic ticket, one and all. If the honest people of Virginia do uot wish the State to fall deeper into the depths of political c...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 24 October 1885

Organization of the Democratic Party of Virginia. STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. Col. Archer Anderson, Richmond. R. W. Burke, Staunton. Edward C Venable, Petersburg. Hon. I-egh R. Watts, Portsmouth. H. C. Stuart, Saltville. W. H. F. Lee, Fairfax. B. B. Gordon, Rappahannock, W. W. Scott, Secretary. Headquarters at Alexandria, Va. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman. W. W. Scott, Secretary. j Leonard Marbury, Assistant Secretary. First District.—W. A. Jones, Warsaw, Richmond county; Q. T. Garnett, Mathews C. H.; 0. A. Browne, Accomack C. H.; Jj. 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 ; Jap F Chalmers, Smithtield, 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....

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 24 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance ) One copy, for the canvass 2f>cts. For Advertising Kates apply to Crutchfield <fe Co. The Campaign is ou sale by tho following Newsdealers : 0. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Petersburg, Va. .Tno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & B-0., Danville, Va. •T. R. Coppridge, Danville, Va. 11. J. Ileuser, Wytheville, Va. Geo. Gravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, Va. C. Mander, Fredericksburg, Va. Entered at the Post Otllce at Richmond, Va., as second class matter ) TAKE NOTICE. All canvassers have written authority. THE PLATFORM Of the Democratic Party of Virginia. The Democratic party of Virginia in convention assembled congratulate the peoplo that they have at last triumphed over all tho agencies of corrupt power, and upon the peace, security, and good-will that have speedily followed in the train of their victories. Again...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 28 October 1885

VOL. 111. TIIE OAMFAIGtf PAPER. AVe request all committee men to get lists of subscribers at once aud forward them by mail with the money. Address, "Tiie Campaign, Richmond, Va." The office of the Campaign is at No. 1117 E. Main Street. OSCAR CRANZ & CO., (Established 1843.) Importers and Dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS, No. 14 Governor Street, Beg leave to call attention to their large and well-rdected stock of the above-mentioned good", and particularly to their large supply of FtU'.NCli BRAjN'DIES, FRENCH, GERMAN, and other FOREIGN WINES. all of which are imported by themselvos from the first houses in Europe. Brandies and Madeiras oh hand from forty to sixty years old. Also large supplies of HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS of lute 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. —Weavers of fine Shirts will pleaßo bear in mind that tllO NEATEST FITTING, NICEST quality an...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 28 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. EDITED BV PAGE MoCABTY. OtJK STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, General FITZHUGH LEE. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, Hon. JOHN E. MASSEY. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERA 1., Hon. R. A. AYERS. Read what the Trades' Unions of New York think of the Democracy. Can any honest and decent white man ally himself with the defamers of his State ? Foraker will carry the free ballot and fair count "at the point of the bayonet." It is a refreshing sign of Radical weakness when the Shysters call plaintively to the North for help. In 1882 the Republican papers never tired of exclaiming, "The Bourbons die hard, but they must die." The Democracy are in power, and the Arthur-Mahono machine is forever broken. Why obey orders from a ghost? John Wise says he did not notice Fowler on accouut of his ago. Another change of base. What ago was Massey when John struck him ? We will bet a dukedom to a denier that Billy Mahone, in less than a year, will bo trying with Sherman and the rest to deprive tho darkey of his vote...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 28 October 1885

The PiratlOMl Plan. TUB RISKS WE RUN—BOOZINQ-KEN LEGISLATION. "TiieCommissionkk-of-Sales-Bill drafted by Mahone in his "Boozing Ken" provided thsvt the Governor should appoint a commissioner for each county to sell all property ordered to be sold by decree of court, the commissioner to scoop a fat fee in the shape of commissions. 110 was also to be receiver for the county. No other person could sell property ordered to be sold by the courts, and no one else could act as receiver. This little buccaneering trick organized a monopoly, the profits of which were to be divided between the Shyster commissioners and the Boss Bill to Create New Judges.— This was a plan put forward in the name of reform,by which the Thieves' Ring pretended economy by reducing the number of circuit judges from sixteen to twelve. This provided twelve new offices for the Deputy Shysters, and put the legal affairs of each circuit in the hands of the Boss, who could dictato the methods and make his judicial minion...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 28 October 1885

THE CAMPAIGN. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (In advance.) One copy, for the canvass 2octs. For Advertisinu Rates apply to Crutchfield A Co. The Campaign is on sale by the following Newsdealers : C. F. Johnston, Richmond, Va. W. S. Oliver, Staunton, Va. F. E. Pugh, Vstersburg, \ T a Jno. D. Suter, Lynchburg, Va. E. E. Emerson, Lynchburg, Va. E. R. Waddill & B-o„ Danville Va. J R. Coppridge, Danville, Va. 11. J. Ileuser, Wytheviile, Va. Geo. Oravatt, Jr., Roanoke. M. M. Fletcher, Staunton, Va. C. Mander, Fredericksburg, Va. Entered at the Post Office at Richmond, Va., at second class matter) TAKE NOTICE. All canvas-era have written authority. C'amimiKii Clipping". The intelligent white men of Virginia will not be converted to the Republican party by anything that Bloody-Shirt Foraker, of Ohio, will say.—Stole. If we defeat John Wise, it will bo by hard work. If we defeat William Mahone, it will be by harder work. Then go to work. Give timo, talents, labor, strength, money, whatev...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 July 1888

VOL, IV, THE POOR MAN. noir he is affecied by the TARIFF. A Startling Array of Figures—Facts Which Appeal Directly to the Workliißman— Head, Mark. Learn, and Inwardly Dice,t. Tho Baltimore Sun in a recent issue published, under the heading "Where the Tariff Touches the Poor Man," an escecdingjy interesting and practical article, which appeals at once to the intelligence of ihe vast unprotected millions of the country. It i 3 really one of the best campaign documents which has ever been published and is worthy of being republished in full. It is as follows Doc 3 the tariff tax take anything out of the pocket of the wage-earner? No tax-gatherer ever conies to bis house with a bill for tariff taxes and demands a settlement. Nothing is hep-' ibout it the year round. There is nothing on the surface to indicate that Ihe day laborer, the clerk, tho mechanic, the car-driver, the coachman, the cook, Ihe nurse, or the newsboy ever contribute anything toward the income of the Government or the...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 July 1888

THE CAMPAIGN. Published by the Times Publishing Com panv, ttiehinoml, Vn. EDITED BY PAGE McCARTY IIATER OF SUBSCRIPTION : Oj;c Copy for the Canvass. - - - 25cts. Entecrt at the Richmond «Va.) Puatoflico a-* necond-class matter. TUESDAY, . JULY 17 PRESIDENTIAL EI.ECTOHh At Large, Richard P. Bkirne of Hanover JonN T. Harris of Rockingham First District, T. R. B. WnioiiT of Essex. Second District, D. Gardner Tn.KR of Charles Citv. Tldrd District, Tazewell Ellett of Richmond city Fourth District, William R. Mclvennkt of Petersburg Fifth District, H. 0. Peters of Henry. Sixth District, W. W- Berry of Bedford. Seventh District, Micajah Woods of Albermarle. Eightli District, E. E. Meredith of Prince William. Ninth District. John A. Buchanan of Washington: Tenth District, R. B. Poore of Appomattox. POLITICAL. EDUCATION. One of the important points in Virginia politics is the "Southwest." That section has been holding a somewhat neutral position ever since Mahone persuaded the people there t...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 July 1888

GOSSIP. It matters but little whom you live, In connt.ty, or city, or town, I'd lilcn to ask you if you ever tried To run a rumor down? The sailing is easy enough at first, You smile as you onward go; Bit all at ouce, at a certain point, Nobody seems to know. —New Orleans Picayune. A PEACEMAKER. The mountaineer of Tennesseo Is a curious combination He is ignorant, but courteous, unlearned, but sharp, poverty poor, but open hnuded; suspicious anil cunning, yet scorning any unfair advan tnge He' is shiftleuß, but virtuous; most always a sinner, as the word goes, yet holding to some of the commandments with a grip more tenacious than a Chris tian's 1 have eaten bis boe cake and pos sum. slept before his rude fireplace, walked and bunted with iiim. studied him from all sides, and yet he is as much of an enigma as the day I first saw him One evening, after a bard day's climb in the mountains beyond Athens, 1 came upnu a log cabin near the road. I said evening, because everything after 12...

Publication Title: Campaign, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campaign — 17 July 1888

HOME NICWS. HAPPENINGS IX A\/> A HOUT THE (77*) liupurtant .ueetlns ol tho (ironmtK and ituildiac* Committee —Vlstl of thr Seventy-First Jfew Voile Itrgiinnnt—l'l<■• \ eeeiting;» in tlie PliVereiit Court> The Committee on Grounds and Buildings met in the City Engineei's office last | night. Present, Messrs. Phillips, Crenshaw, Snead, and Iliggins. The pay-roll of the new ( iiv Ilall for the weel: ($840) was approved A communication was read from the Police Justice asking fur a desk and for repairs to the chairs in the co'rit.inm and offices. Air. llifiginsivanted the Justice's request granted, but Air. Sin ad thought there might not be money enough to the ctdit of the eoinmi .ec, and on his motion the same was referred t:> the City Kngitteer The contract for furnishing lift)- new benches, such as lhos<- now in use in the New Reservoir Park, at the rale of ffl.lfi per 100, was awarded to Messrs. Asa Snyder & Co. THE B...

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