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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1883

FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1883. Salem Times-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT ?? PER ANNUM. i. T. CRABTRBB. CH AS. D. DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Mu?r? and Proprietor*. TKltMH. One Copy one year, (poet-paid) - 12.00 One Copy wix month*, ?? | qq Oue Copy three month* " . 'm50 ??ATBM.-ror. club of K! VE Hub. tb? paper? w*wlU ?,v? ??? ??xtraoopy of AD1TBKTII?1N?I mates. T'*"1-1*"* A*r*r4l*?aM?m?a?th.-toe ran. ntajleaattiau ?i*ty a%r??will be *? ? irtionr*J2^U50*" tur i4"* dra(' '?* Z*rtle?" ^^.fTuZl!' fDI "*** 5M?t n?l far >*(?? for ? longer p?i1(ia. or other oftrdt, occupy inn on? watro or Ion, one rear. IUjIM- mIx thre? mouth* ?.VOO. Longer advertisement* subject to special eon tract ?M TrlkMlM or RMMct. fT.r VI !$9y I*00**1 **a line*, will b? charged e" ceV r wnU P?r I'ne for all auob All V!"1* mu?t be on metal foundation Tha^e! W b? ,n**rtei1 without extra ? lrenV?L^."rBY,,lt?.10 ,D,,ure Insertion In any JOB ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1883

<??'It(TJhies'&egis!trL. (Consolidated August l&. 4883.) FlUi) \ V. AUGUST 24, 1884. 10 T:ii: PATU0X8 OF THE MSALEM ItKUlSTEK.' I li.ivi? tin* day sold my outiro intercut m tlio Salem Register to M,A>rs. .1. T. Ckabtkee,C.1>. Denit :ui l l?. li. Wi iibkk. The two papers (Timi -* iiiii f\'y inter) have boon consoltdu t < d ami will hereafter be contliivtel b\ the :il?ove named gentlemen uiiiier the niimc of "The Salem Times Kkoistkk." By the terms of sale, all contracts wade for advertising in the Register will be carried out by the new concorn, C. M. & F. G. Webbkk to receive the pay therefor. Subscribers to the Register who have paid in advauee will receivo the new paper for the timo paid for. The Hiibseription list of the Register has been placed in the hands of the proprietors <?f the Times-Ueoisteh, and they propone to send their paper to all of our old subscribers with the hope that tliey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1883

a&xlem jginus-Register. K III DAY, AUGUST ft, 1888. [Eatered at the Poatotttoe, in Salem, V*. m second -class matter. J ARRIVAL AMD DKPARTURE OF TRAINS. OOING K HT. Passenger Trains pass Salmn at 6::i0, A. M., 10:56, A. M. OOINO WB8T. Passenger Trains pass Salem at 0:3*, I*. M., 18:80 A. M. uoigo KAHT. Freight Trains past* Salem at 8:40 A. M., 10:35 P. M. (IOINU WKHT. Freight Trains pass Salem at 4:00 P. M., 11:50 P. M. LOCAL AFFATP9 Wtfiirrfnm In nad Arvnua Kairm, and bounty Xnllrra Brlfflj Told. Democratic Coavcatloa. A convention of the delegate# of the Democratic party of the Senatorial district, composed of the counties of Roanoke, Craig and Montgomery,will beheld at the Salem Town Hall on Monday, the 3rd day of September, 1883, at 12 M., for the purpose of nominating a candidal*: for the Senate. At the same time and place, the delegates of the comities of Craig and Roanoke will nominate a candidate for the House of Delegates. R. W. Pauk, i Chairman Roanoke. A. A. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1883

TRIP LMU1TLT. Trip lightly over trouble. Trip lightly over wrong; Wp only make a grief double Bv dwelling on It long. Why cla*p woe's hand ao tightly Why sing o'er blossoms dead? Why ciing to forms unsightly ? Why not seek.Joy Instead? Trip liglflly over sorrow, Through all the ways be dark, The sun may shine to-morrow And gully sing the lark. Kair hope* have not departed. Though roses may have lied, Then never be down-hearted. Hut look (or joy lustead. Trip lightly over sadness. Stop not to rail al doom. We've jwarls to string of gladness On this sido of tho tomb; Whilst stars arc nightly shining, And the heaven is overhead, Kncourage not repining? Hut look for Joy instead. Nad tor a Good Reason. I had seen him frequently, a fairhaired, laughing, handsome boy.? Within five years he grew to manhood, and I often thought of bim as the idol of his parents?manly, brave and true. Tho other day I saw his father's tottering form walking slowly up Stroet Hill. He looked haggard and worn, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1883

SALKM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., ? it <g iints- u c:\ir;tci . (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 POCL18HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT S2 PER ANNUM. J. T. CHAHTREE. CH AS. D. OUN IT. F. O. WEBUEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER. Editors nml rrogirivlorN. TfillMHi Oue Copy one year, (post-paid) - $2.00 Ono Copy six mouths, " l.oo )ne Copy throo iiioutliH " - .50 CMJkl K4TKN.?Kur a olubof KIVKSubhot tiers and #10 we will Hive an extraoopy of tile. lUVKKTIMINU KATEik. Transient \<l*criItriiicnii- those runiiMkrf tiiiiii sixty days?will be luserleO it the rate uf7'>otM i>er square fm tlx* ilrst In* sorttou. ami ft neuta for eseh addlt tonal Insertion. Special rates for a longer period. or other cards, occupying one square, or less, sue year, SI2.0U; six months, tT.50; three mouth* S-'i.OO. Loiikci n I verilsHtnentN subject t4? special contract. Otiliiinrl4>ii Mini <>i |{v>i|M>rt. ?h#n tliey exceed ten llnee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1883

^;tlnt( (j[inifs-?$c(fister. (Consolidated Aujjuet 15, 1883 ) FRIDAY. Al <JUsT 31, ISK3. THE KOHINBE. Who vill ho be ? While it is not our intention to advocate the claims of any one. we arc constrained to bolieve. judging fr?'tn the sentiment expressed b.v a large number of the Democrats of thin county, that Col. R. 11. Lou an is their choice for the Senate from thisdistrict. Title gentleroan.so well and favorably known, not only in this county, but throughout the State, if nominated, we believe would he elected, and if elected, we know would make a representative of whom the district might well feel proud. His views in politics, as in everything else, are liberal, honest and candid, always rcf^dy to accord every man his own views without proscription. Hold, courageous and patriotic, he has endeared himself to his people, who now wish to show Slim their appreciation by making him their representative. As a citizen he is invaluable, and in no man s bosom dwells more of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1883

???.'item <?imts- {{eg titer. FRIDAY. AUGUST 81. 1888. (Entered At the I'lwtotlli'H, in X.ileiu, Va. as second-class matter.] n:pv AltUIVAL 1X1) E > i; I > A ItT I'KK OK TRAINM. OOlNd .VAST. Pssswniror Trains pas* Salem at 5:30. A. M., lOiM, A. M. UOINQ WKHT. FaHsonR?p Trains |>?hh Siletn at 6:2*. 1". M., 12:30 A.M. IK UNO KAST. Freight Trains pans Nab-in at 8:40 A. M ., 10:35 P. M. OOINO WKST. Freight Trains pans Sale in at 4:00 P. M., 11:50 P. M. local Occur rcnce* |n i%n?l Arotina Nnicm. nnd <0(1(1(7 MnIIci-m Kriclly Told. Democratic Convention. A convention of tin- delegates of the Democratic party of the Senatorial district, composed of tlic counties of Roaluike, Cr?i){hiuI Montgomery,will beheld at the Salem Town Hall on Monday, the 8rd day of Septemts;r, 1883, at 12 M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Senate. At the same time and place, the delegated of the comities of Craig and Roanoke w ill nominate a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1883

*? "Ita?. | i. i I ? - > * M\^' EMPTY 1IKAHT. 1 > <i-( ?.,* so Strang That iit\ m i 'i.miUI never set his heart < 'ii ;iii\ I' i?i??? 1 -ut live apart '?'???in . :ir desire. Ami f >m laughing hope ! \\ it liont wliovf .i11<11y beacon ray We're Ilk.- |hmu- mat biers astray \N i? liont a compass. Our I \??< would tie so tame. If we should I. content to grasp Onlx ilit-itiiii: "iir hand could clasp i< ? ? t much striving. W*? cannot always Hope iii all; in ?.iir aim?but si ill. Hy fearing to attempt, we will Galiifchnply nothing. Oh ! w c would miss Sn much unless we ?l:ir?*<I the f?'ar Of losing thing* which arc not here, Hul farther on. Even if we lose The hope on which our heart was set There wines for every vain regret Some compensation. Remembrance of Anticipation soothes the pain <>f bitter loss, ami help- us gain Courage and Iio|m9. To have known defeat Makes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1883

^alem (Time5- llci\ir;ttr. (CONSOLIDATE!).) 13 PUBLISHED BVB&T FRIDAY MORNING, AT $2 P?R AN If U M. V S ' W? * w_ ? J P Jii*" r B % i ' 4. t. ci<-\ai\nEK. chas u. den it, F". a. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Kdltorn <?u?l froiirieloni. lllVKIt'liSIKU KAIKS. Transient A?l vprllMiii^ul?-thone runl?*s tlimi sixty days?will be tune: led at the rate of 7?et* |>er s>j u? r?> for the flrut Inuorttou.and 80 cents for each additional Insertion. Special rutos for a longer period. PrufMiil<Mi?l or other curds, uccupyltiK oub square, or leu*. sue year, tl2.(Ki; six months, #7.50; three months ?"?.?*?. Integer ?ilv?rlli?m?nU aubject to special rvntrtol. OlilluiirlM itlld Tr Untie* ?I Kenpeci, *"hen they exceed ten Itfics, will be charged for at the rate of 6 couts uer Hue for all such excess. All <Vt?i must be on metal foundation, when they will lib Inserted without extra t barge. Advertlsemc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1883

(Tinfers Ucftister. I Consult.A ".rust lf?, I8B3 ) Finn \v, i:ri kmukr t, in*;?. Dgmori^nr 'Ticket. .< >1 (U ?rj ?< tyt- W *?,? i' I <?l{ I in: SKNATK. v' jHENRY S.. TROUT, ? ? or iuYA'nokt:. n l ? ! crT'i-iF ? us i14 ,tr- ,l " ?? t - JfoH TliK HOUtfK. . .! iJttobtioke and trair/,) JAS. W.' MARSHALL. /il- , OK C'KAIG. (K it NOMINEES. Thy report, of the Conventions will be found in another column. The DoihocriIs of the county aUd die'trict seen: to be on a grand rally, ami are much encouraged. The numbers of Uc*MtjM?t?rs Umt arts cr?mVng tan?*.k into the ranks of the Dcmocrtic party, inspires all with courage to work ami very reasonable hope to win.? We, regard the nominations tor the Senate ami i louse an i?ood, stro.ig and winning one*. We will have more to Any next week. A BAI?J A IN AM) SALE. .' i purine Hie ten minutes recess of the-Coalition convention, held in the Town Mall, this place, last Saturday. Mr. A\ lii. Doss, of Craig, appr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1883

?xlem girnts- Register. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1R83. [Entered at tb? Pi*iti)tBc?, In Salem, Va. m second-class matter..] AKKIVAL ANI) URPAKTl'KK OF TK41NN. UOINU F.AHT. Train* paea S?lera at 5:W, A. M., 10:66, A. M. GOING V? EST. Passenger Trains paaa Salem nt <1:8*, I*. M., 12:30 A. M. OOTNO KAST. Prolftht TrnlnM pam Salein at 8:40 A. M., 10:35 P. M. UOINU WKKT. Freight Tralim pass Salem at 4:06 P. M., 11:50 P. M. ZLOO^DL. AFFAIPS OwirrrnrpK In and Aronnn Mitieiii, niid ?'ouiil> Mnllpra Briefly Tol?l. Tub Camp a lpi*.'?The following named gentlemen will wMtcm the voters of Roanoke county at the places ami times mentioned: J. Randolph Tucker and R. Taylor Scott. Salem, Monday, September 17th. Holmes Conrad, Roanoke City, Monday night, September 28th. John E. Mamt;y, Salem, Monday, Octolnir 15th. A. M. Keitcy, Roanoke City, Tuesday night, October 23rd. R. W. Page, tf Chairman Dem. County Com. Mr. J. Simmons ha* aeveral buildings, both dwellings and offices. for re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1883

IIKit IIANDM \M> IlIS, ItV I* P. 8. II. Ki hold Iter hand* ami his ! Ilers air wit Ik ill a sear; Nhipely ami -ft and small, Ilers are by far. Hi* arts so rough mi ill liar<l Kroltl tliHr cold touch I shrink, lint licru nit* dainty hands Warm is the palm and |iiuk. Her small hands turn aside 'I'lu- hilars fmtn thv ?vh\ ; ??? lakes lh?' shor'est path. And always walks by day. Il i.^ not <.fi. ii -iiinoih; ller paticiii. r,ir> fill hands lite iiiiikoi |'iiir>iin? -dinn In dai k and daii^fion. lands. His hands (iiish roughly hark I he houghs that cross his ivHy j Hi' hlimlly rushes on Either by uiubt or day ; See on his horny hands The labyrinth of sears Deep and unseemly too. That roughly inch hand mars ! He sees his hard, red bunds And hides them out of sight; They show that life has been An everlasting tight. Her hands aiv soft?her road How different is ! They might have Imeii more like. Her hands and his. A Nlrangr Cane. ^ Otio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1883

galem <giirm-?egister. If iJSpiwwuTEr , *.>uaueBD?Ns? FRIDAY MORNING, J. T. CRABT^CE., CU AS. D. DEN IT, / f. p. r CRABTREE, DEHIT i WEBBER, RdlUrr* mm* rrayrUtan. tnVICItnMINV HATCH. ?t the rate of7iou por iqnkr* for Um ftrst In* Mrtl?n, *od M n?nta for Htb addltloul Ins?rttea. B??<UIi?Im tir a to?? " fnfimln?I <m olhM'Mitdf om ?ju?rw. or tWM, ana mnnttm, t?Ml Uk4? napMlki ?J vertln?m?nWi subject lo apodal eon trod aitltaarlM ita?l frlkalM mt lUwpMt, vht-n Kiev exceed Mb IIum, will be chanted for at iti* rate of h moU por Unt ft?r all saeb ItDM. All ?ale mast bo on wotal Caunda't??i. whoa tboy wlH b? Inserted without ev.ro . hsrge. Advertisement* to Insure lnsertlou J u eH>flvon l?sae. abo?ld resell thl?offl??> ort or b?-. frtfor?MiUr Of Mai <rs?k. , , r*rri^|Mad??(?. ooololnlnc tmportoat iixrii.^tlrllol rro? oil portion of thy Ntat*. JOB wonK, oil w?*s %enifu*t?^ t# usXuMaai bj moll promptly attended to, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1883

(Consolidated Augtlst 15, UW? ) PRIDaVT SKPTEMHKR II. 1HS3. Democratic Ticket. !?"?>K TilK SKNATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OV ROANOKK. VoR THH HOtTSK, (Roanoke and Craiy,) J AS. VV. MARSHALL, OK CRAIO. Register, Democrats! ? ? liet your transfer, Democrats ! Do not delay it! Be qualified to vote, Democrats! Don't forget it! BITTERNESS ASR PREJUDICE. 'l'he public press is a power in our country. This power, liko other kinds of powor may bo. and is. exerted for good and for evil. The press of the country has as much power in leading the people as the laws of the country in restraining tliem. In nothing is the evil tendencies of an abused press more clearly seen than tile bitterness and blinded prejudice of would-be political discussions. The bitterness with which the majority of writers attack and malign their political foes is unbecoming true journalism. Just a9 the swearer, by the frequent use of his profanity, renders himself unfit for good society, so the bitter, mud slinging n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1883

loaJkrtL* AI'FA.TP.S ,T7rr? Thk Campaign*?The blowing named gentl>?iricn will addtess Um> votertE of Roanoke county at the places himI tltAdte mentioned ? T* Randolph Tuckit tin) K. Taylor S<x>i.L. Saletn, Monday, SepUtnber 17th. UolmeaCourad, Roanoke City, Monday uitfbt, September AUth. John E. Massey, Saleiu, Monday, October 15tli. ' < lr..il ?? A. M. KMfey, Koannke City, Tuesday night. OMbOof ^3rrt. " K. W. I*AOK, Com. Aier CRaIo LfaVoNe.?I tiaVb opened a studio lir the Hampton House, first floor, to teacl* toy. new. uiathod of dm win); known as Art Craio. JBy this system any oiie ean learn to draw any riUta^|||~ct lift' Hfiy viae, akwh from ill J fjMnkrild^ &e. 1 guaran* tee sucocsa or no charge, and invite vlsitort and InVestlgatkin. A* my stay is I limited t/> on* inoncti, those who are In^J teres ted should call at once. The kfcflWgT uik* at' feast due week. ILadii-'s^arei >1"dally invite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1883

AI?ou( the Kl?< of II. In the course of l'atrick llonry Me('anil's remarks before the Pulaski Alum Springs Coalition Convention held on the 10th inst., to nominate h candidate for (Jiles and Pulaski for the House of Delegates, he appealed to the negroes present to know if they were in favor of mixed schools and mixed marriages. "Col." Mose Porter, one of the colored delegates from Newborn, cocked and primed for t he oeeasiou, rose and replie 1 no. " Col-" Rob Saunders, a colore*! man wlio was there as a spectator and to take in the situation, and who speaks out very plainly what he believes and is not afraid to do so as he expressed it, rose before the convention and In reply to " Col." P<?rter said, "you lie and you know it," when you say you are not in favor of mixed schools. This unexpected part of the programme knocked the wind out of Mr. McCaull and while lie was recovering " Col." Saunders was seized and rushed out of the rooin and told not to talk so pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1883

FRIDAY MORNIN.G, SEPTEMBER 21; 1883 ??iihn <gimes-j?egixter. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT ?2 PEtl ANNUM. ? . . . J. T. CHAUTRCE. Cll AS. U. DEN II, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT 4 WEBBER, Kdlloin nmt I'roprirlorn. il?VKKTININ4J HAT KM. * rrnn?lmi i(lv?rll?rin?itlM?tbutic runnbuliMiiil:aii nifty <lay??will l>e Inserted ftt the rale of 75oU per ?qu?r? for the first Insertion, and iti iwnbi for each additional In* ?nrtlau. Special rate* for a longer period. ft* rw (>???* I on at I or other card*, iiooup)r!ng one mjuarc, or less, *nu year, tlli-W; kli month*, 17.50; three wont lis $.>.00. Longer ail rerll*?ment* ?uhJo(tt ft> ?pwt#l contract. ObhmirlM Rtitl Trlbnlm of IteMpcrl, when they exceed let. 11 tie*, will he charged for at- tlie rate of 5 ceuU per line for all suoh ? xo*w. All t'nU mu?( he on metal foundation, wheu they will ho Inserted without extra I barge. Advertisements to '.naure Inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1883

(Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1883. Democratic Ticket. FOR TilK 8KNATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OK ROANOKK. FOR THK IIOUKK, (Roanoke atul Craig,) JAS. W. MARSHALL, OK CRAIO. Verily, the days of Mahoneism arc numbered?few. A new directory of Lynchburg give* to that bustling city an aj>parent population of over 23,000. Ex-Governor Wm. Smith, of Virginia, was eighty-six years old last Wednesday. His carriage is as erect as that of a young man and all of his mental faculties are well preserved. It is stated that the Norfolk & Western railroad will commence the payment of six per cent, scrip dividends on its preferred stock on the first of January next. On Monday last, iu Liberty, Bedford county, Va , Hon. ,Ino. R.Thurman was nominated for the Senate, and W. I*. Bricks and W. T. Graves wore nominated for the House. The Presbyterian Sj'nod of Virginia will hold its ninety-sixth annual session in Charlottesville, October 30th. A careful estimate shows ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1883

?$zlem @imes-$egistrr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1883. [Entered at the PiMitoftlne, in Salem, Va. an necond-elMa matter. ] LOCAL AFP-A.TFJ.S tlrmrrrnrm In and Aroinn nmriu, nix I Cvuiily MmifN llrlrfly Told. Tiik Campaign.?The following named gentlemen will address the voters of Koauokc comity at the places and times mentioned : John E. Masscy, Salem, Monday, October 1 fit It. A. M. Kelley, Koanoke City, Tuesday night, October tJ.'Jrtl. R. W. I'AOK, * If Chairman Dem. Comity Com. The Public School.?The Public Graded School will open next Monday, wish a line prospect for a successful session. Miss Mary McCanley, who for a number of year* taught Latin and Flench, in Staunton Female Seminary will teach thorn: branches in the Graded School.? The other branches usually taught in hight school4 will be continued as heretofore. For the better protection of the property, one of the pupils will room In the school building. No fears need lx; entertained on account of scarlet fever, as no children ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1883

I.ee County. The Sentiml says: ?? \ve were glad to see in the convention hero yesterday so many good, .substantial men who have heretofore acted with the Readjustcr party. Their appearance ami participation made onr Coalition friends open t he r eves, ami apeak well lor a unite I Democracy. These arc sensible men all. ami we are glad to have them with us. They know the debt question is settled! ami being true Democrats* what is more natural than tha' tliev should take their places in the ranks in opposition to Mahono ami Stalwart Radicalism ?" The nominee of the Lee County Democratic Convention tor the House of Delegates is .lames \/. Orr, ?bi|m who in his spccch of acceptance sai?l ho had been a Readjustcr from the beginning to the closc, and that when Readjustment was accomplished he whs left right where he had always been?In the Democratic party ?and where he would remain. His speech was loudly cheered.? Richmond Dispatch. R KM AUK Am.K YlKI.D OF WlIKAT.? Capt. Win. Hlackwell. ne...

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