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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 May 1891

?THE? limco-$ct\iotcv. FRIDAY. MAY ?>. 181)1. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associatk. 7s gSffl TIIB QROWTH OP THE SOUTHTlu' New York Herald is a great and influential paper, and, not with standing its young mid formidable rival*, it long ago established for itself a reputation equal to that of the London Times, and abroad, its views are resjiected us safe guides on the currt-..f topics of American life ami history. It is therefore gratifying to note that of late it has been paying much attention to the condition of things in the New South, and the following editorial, which recently appeared in Its columns is a fair sample of how it regards our present Industrial development : " Statistics arc said to l>e dull and stupid. That may be true as a general thing, hut when von take an lnven.*?ry ef your prop erty and find that you are worth ju t three times as much us you were ten years ago then figures become more fascinating than poetry and more thrilli...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 May 1891

(TilllCS -THEFHIDAY, MAY S>, lb?l. Entered at the Post office, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS J^OTICE. , The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Salem Buildingand Investment Com I winy will he hehl at the ofHcsof the comluwiy, June Utb, 1WM, at a o'clock p. in. K. S. STRAYKK. myK fwks President. Come and Get Your Money. All parties having claims against the I own of Salem School Ilmiril, are requested to present them to the undersigned, hy the 1st of June. S. A. Wilson, my 22-2w Clerk of Board. Taxes! Taxes 1 The taxes of the town of Salem for 1??) are past due and must be paid at onoe. If not I will levy ami make the same. myH-tf J. K. Frikk, 8. T. S. For Sale. 1 mower, 1 Imy-rake, 1 fan-mill, 1 cidermill, I horse and I 2-horse wagon. my 22-2w C. F. Rkkd. The Largest Stock Ever in Saiem. The Salem Carriage Works have in stork a large line of carriagi-s, buggies, Dayton and platform wagons, harness, whips, laprobes, axle oils, harness oils, Ac. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 May 1891

Ilj mill I.Ivor <o?i?|?ti?in. Is it not worth tli ? small price ??f T*? routs to frw \ourself of every symptom of lhi-st> distressing e>m plaints, if you think s > rail at our store and ^i*t a bottle of ShiloliV Yi tali/.er. Kvcry bottle has a printed guarantee on it. use accordingly, if it tltH's you no g>>od it will cost you nothing. Sold by II. ti. t'omp, Drug gist. Ecth Ecclcctcd. Oiii* of tiu> most terrific political contests ever known in the house of represent at ivee occurred in 1880 be tween Congressman Hepburn, of low a, und <'ongressmitii Wheeler, of Alabama. lioth of these gentlemen were cavalry oflleers during the war. Wheeler was a lieutenant general in the confederate servieeaiul Hepburn was a lieutenant colonel in the union serviee. They are both popular in their respective states because of thoir military services, but it hap pened that both of them were in very Hore straits for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

NO. 52. TKe Tvm.es-f^scjister. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.60 YXAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if i>ai?l within three mouths. CliAS. I). DENIT & F. G. WKHBER, Owners atul Publishers. IMMTOU.N. J^ll. J. 1>. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN ANI) 8rit(iKON. 8ALKM, .... VIRGINIA. Oppkk?In Dillard A- I'ersinger's now luiil.linjr on College avenue. Room No. is. tuny H-lm ?)R. T. M. HAIllD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Oppicb?In t 'omp's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Of Tors his professional services to the ptiblic. Office ?>j>|Misi<c court-house above Walter Boon's cigar iton; Residence, in West Salem. aug 2-tf D R. T. L. ROBERTSON, ((Graduate of University of New York Class 1877.) Having permanently located in Salem, respectfully offers his professional services to the public. DK '? B. WHITE, V ETEUINAUY SU R(IEO N. 4UT, Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug IS) UKNTINT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

FRIDAY, JUNK 5. 181)1. "HAS. I). DKNIT, Kihtou. tRANIv WKBBKR, Associatk. aVEETTniNO E1TCOTJEAGI1TO. There probably is not a single read er of the Timkk Kkwistkk, 110 mat to where lie be located, who has not in some way or other felt the stringency of money since last January, and realised that from every Hide comes the cry of hard times. In some of the towns where big sales of lots took place last summer and fall, matters are at a standstill, and the re-action from last year is very keenly felt; yet this state of tilings does not prevail everywhere, though it is questionable that if in any of them the same activity which would have prevailed had there bceu no flurry in the money centres during January. Those who have read this paper regularly will have noted every week or so, under the head of 14 Building Notes, a list of the new buildings being erected in Salem, and as tlu se lists were compiled from actual observation by our reporters they have invariably been correct ; and no on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

J* NO. 52 s WHICH ONE? 44 You don't ine^M it." " But 1 do, though." " Isn t it a rather sudden conclusion ?" "On the contrary, my dear boy, 1 have been thinking of it for some time." Fred Bent gave a low whistle. 44 Well, I must say you have kept it mighty private." 44 "he best policy. If I had told )ou in the lirst place you mi^lit have persuaded me out of the notion. Now it is impossible." 44 But you said you should never marry." 44 AM blow, my dear fellow. When | a man is young, a mere boy, he does well to rail I at marriage and declare that he will never wed. When a man arrives at my years and gray hairs he will think better of it." " But Laurie, honest old fellow, were you never in love ?" "Me?never!" And Laurence Western laughed scornfully at the idea as lie lighted a fresh cigar. 41 I hen you arc not going to marry for love?" inquired Bent. " No." 44 What for, then ?" Oh, a variety of things, I sun-1 pose." 44 Money, for one thing, I fancv," he went on, 44and then I am growin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

An Extraordinary Showing. ClIlLIIOWlK, V V., \ May '! 1, IK'.H. I ( II vs. (i. KI?I?%, Vice-President ol tlie Norfolk ami Western Kailroutl, Boanoke, \ a. |)i:\u Siu Your circular loiter from K. 11 nling in reference to sheep i- 11 foi< liH*. Allow it"' by wav of show ing possibilities along this lino, to gi\o you tho operations of my ne.ir neighbor, Mr. dolm L. Sanders, during the pt*st season. 1 UK'wi'H.valUfl lit fl.WKwIi, . j.VM'*? ltHlt>itrtl?<>l?ol v*>ru !<?'! <Iurlu ? tb<< winttt ... ? ??? '.'i Ui (irHZlllL'iUlliHK 11??* K<\?sot|, ijtHM lilWkW IKIIII Mll ioih t IH? - ui luti>r<>f( ?>ii ?'& IM VtlltH- ot |:tl ? W.'M "(till ??'! Iw'lil, ??j?| ?? 1 ti'i eitfllt lailll** I" OvtOt* l\ |SW. wortli M "t Max by wt?i?rllt, ?:?.?? Saint' Ml ?-we* <I???|>|h-?| sixty luitil?* In A|n il. l??l. ?ill i&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

-THElirncsi - gcgistet. FRIDAY, JUNE <\ 1891. Entered at the PoetotHce, in Salem. Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFPA.IBS Attention, Seal Estato Ken. , Call on the President of the South Salem Land Company anil learn something to your interest. Bold Burglary. Between midnight Wednesday and 3a. ni. Thursday the house owned and occupied hy the Misses Wiley, on Market street, was entered and forty-live dollars in cash stolen. About 3 a. m. Mrs. Dr. Morgan, who sleeps in a front room o|?tairs, awoke and found the room in darkness ; lustily striking a match she found that the lamp had vanished, that t trunk in the room had been opened ami its contents scattered, ami that a ladder was leaning against the house, thus affording entrance to her room. ('ailing her sisters, they made an examination of the house and found that other rooms had been entered, the money taken out of one of them, whilst the thief had left the hall door wide open, and the lighted lamp on the ball table....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1891

Will you heed the warning. The idgmd perha}?- of the sim> H|i|ii'(wrh ol that more t?? i ? 11?!?* disease, ('tti sumption \sk vour^lvos it you call afford for the wiiio of saving 50 fonts, to riiu 'he risk and do nothing for it. Wo know froiu experience that Slii toll's Cure will Cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a million l?ottles were sold last year. It relieves Croup ami Whooping Cough at oii<w. Mothers ?l?? not he without it. For Lame huek. Side or Chest, use Shilolt's Por?uslMa?tCT. Sold by II t?. Couip, I>r*i^yris?t. The Efiect of Culture. Host011 (ilrl! Oh, mother I I did something awfully at the party to night. Mother Why, niy dear child, w hat was it V I tost on (Jirl That horrid bouquet Mr. Heacou sent me had some ciiuia moll pinks in it. They made lue snee/.e, and but I can't say it. Mother Ho on ! boston <?irl My glasses f??lI and Mr. Heaeou saw my bare face!Rochester Talisman. KtilluhV ( <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1891

c SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, lbyi The Tvm.ec-Agister. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT |1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Ailvance(or$2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. I?. DEN1T & F.G.WEHHER, Owners anil Publishers. immtoiin. TQR. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, ... - VIRGINIA. Omrs?In Dillard * Persinger'8 new Imildinir on College avenue. Room No. f?. may 8-1 m nn T. M HA1RD, PHYSICIAN AN1) SURGEON, Ofwck? In < o nip's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - SALEM, VA. jyi OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, - - - - VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to tl?e public. Office npiwsite court-house above Walter Roon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. m,K 2-tf TVB. P. E.* WHITE, VKTEItlNAKY HIT 1 1 EC>N. 40<i Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug !!<> hkstihtn. J^R. M. JETER, DENTIST. SALEM. - - VIRGINIA. J^R. T. W. CROZ1ER, DENTIST. ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA. OrrtcK?Over E. 11. Stewart i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1891

?T1IK - <Timco-?lcflioter. I'M DA V. JINK 13. lW?f. CH AS. I). 1)UN IT, Kiutok. FRANK (1. WKltHKK. Associatk. The Timks kkuistkii surrcndeis most of its editorial span- to i!ny to n communication from ("apt. W. W. it rami on the subject of sheep-raising, in which a great deal of interest has bei.i aroused ainon^ our farmers re oently. ('apt. Urinal, as will be seen, favors the adoption by tHe next lx?g islature of a d?<g hiw for this couuty. and this suggestion will be met by many hearty second# amongst the people generally. ^ ? m CKESr-RAISIlTO 1ST EOANOKE. AN INTKUKSTINU liKTTKIl ON 'I His IMl'OKTANT I X I > I STK Y. Catawiia, Va., ) June 4,18111. \ K i> i t o it s Timks Rkuistkii: In compliance with your request, I semi you a short article on sheep raising in Roanoke county, with my experience, though limited, in the business ; but first let me thank Col. Eddy, through your columns, for his interesting articles on the subject, and in ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1891

-THE-$ime$-?tepsitct. FRIDAY, JUNK 18, 1891. Entered at the Post office, in Halem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS Hollins Institute COM M KNCKM KNT l'UIK.IlAM M K. Sunday, Juno 1 Ith, at n |?. in.?Sermon l>y Rev. I>r. Thames, of Danville, Va. Monday, June l.r?t!i, at x j?. m. Flocution exercises. Tuesday, June If,Mi, at 8 |?. m.?Voeul and instrumental music. Wednesday, June 17th, at lo a. m.?Delivery of certificate# and diplomat. Address by l'rof. F. II. Smith, of the I'uivcrsity of Virginia. Wednesday, June 17th, at H p. m.?Society celebrations. Address by lion. Jas. I,. Cordon, of Charlottesville, Virginia. 18 Marriage a Failure ? Not when those great destroyers of human happiness. "Neuralgia and Rheumatism." run he cured by a bottle of Henry's Rheumatic Remedy. For sale by II. Comp, Dillard A Persinger and Smcad A Sanders. It I Town Council Meeting. At the meeting of the Town council, last Thursday, a committee formed of the pres- ' ent street and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1891

I. i?*m Arlilt'ii Kill ?<>. I'he best salve in t he WDrlil foroutc, l>ruist)i, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. '* s."ns? tetter, chapped lmiu!s, rh:n?! iins corns, and all skin erup tions, and ['ositivdv iMircs piles, or no |Kiv minimi. It is tfuaruntecd to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. l'riei ir> ct'iits |H'r box. for sale by W. T Younger. Druggist. Quite Natural Mrs. (?a/.'/;un ? " \ otuig I >r. Ihdly dotes \vildl\ on 0U1* Aiuv, Mr. (iaxzam ?" Yes, mv dear. Ho is jn.st at the tijje when young men sow their wild dotes." We have a speedy and positivecurc for < 'atari h, I >ipt tieriu,Tanker Month, and headache, In Shiloli's ('nturrli Remedy. A Nasal Injector free with each hottle. I se it if you de:>ire health and sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by li. ii. ('oiup Drug gist. A teah]K>o(>fid of borax added to cold starch will make clothes stifTer th>u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1891

YOL. 26. . SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA* FRIDAY MORNING. JUNK 19, 18<jI NO. 2* The 3ub-Treasury Schema. Said Farmer Squash to Farmer Com, While grubbing stumps one day : "The glorious time is comin' nigh When 1 ran soak my hay." Said Farmer Corn to Farmer Squash, " Why, drat my old gray mule, What's that you say about yer hay? Yer talkin' like a fool." Then Farmer 8*|itash he straightened up His eyebrows lifted he ; " I'll soak my hay in '92 In some sub-Treasuree. " My cabbages I'll also pawn, And punkins, oats and rye; I'll soak'em all with I'nele Ham, And yet he'll keep 'em dry. "And up t he spout I'll shove niy wheat. Hypothecate my beans; My earrots rod'II sanwiches be With antiquated greens. " And fruit of hen of ancient date I'll leave in Samuel's shop; And when my mules get off their feed I'll just put them in hock. " And cotton, too, jes' he. me talk, I'll soak it, every bale; And there she'll stay fer many er day, Till greenbacks all tnm pale. What's that you say er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1891

The Old Gentleman Was Game. The\ had 4worn otT together? father ami son. It was ju*t a quiet little family atTiiir. The father dill n??t think it ;i ''(hhI thiujr fur a young ~ r ? ~ man to !?? around drinking and, moreover, lie con Id n't see that he would be any the worse for stopping himself. So he made the proposition to the voimg man that they both <iuit, and the young man agreed. And thereupon the old gentleniau became extremely solicitous for the young man's pleasure. He took him to the theatre and he look him to the club. and he took him driviug. They wandered around together like two chums, and each allowed that he never beforsknew* the other was such good company. So they sat at the club one night smoking, discussing temperance, and telling stories, when the old gentleman suggested that something to drink would not be amiss. " llow would a bottle of imported ginger ale do?" he asked. "Don't like it," said the boy. " I'd rather have some cider/' So the one took g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. LIOANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNK 2G, WUl NO. 3; Tkc Tirrvcc-f^tgxsier. IS PUPL1SHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.80 IKAR, * St rietly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within t liri'?* months. CHAS. I). DEN IT & F.G.WEHHER, Owners and PuVlishew. ? D i?o< rows. H. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. | Okkick?In Pillard A Persinger's new building on College avenue. Room No. <5. may H-lm It. T. M. BA1RI), D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Officii?In Coiup's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - SALEM, VA. JQlt. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, --- - VIRGINIA. Oflers his professional services to the publie. Olllce opposite court-house above waiter Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Saleui. aug 2-tf JQR. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SUHGEON. 4ot? Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 136. bur 28 SHANKS, M. 1)., Having located in Salem, otters his professional services to the citizens of Salem aiu? its vicinity. OKPICE?lii Grit* Pudding (Up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1891

?TIIE? ?imco-i*cgiotci. FRIDAY, JI NK jr.. ism. OH AS. I). DKNIT, Kniron. FRANK <?. WBMIU'.K, Assort \tk. -.1S) KCTh A CC1TTRAST. The young moii from the tliicklx settled towns of tho North nri> not ad tiering strictly to t he ail vice of Horace Greeley, " Young man, go West," hut are coming South. The Western man em boast of hut one thing, "noil." When he has sai?l that, lie has told his little story. When the eorn and wheat crops have failed, all has been lost. How different here in Virginia. We have not only soil of a superior i|uali ty, hut coal, iron, timber, limestone, marble, fruit of all kinds, colleges, (both male and female) free schools, climate, and the best of society. No grasshoppers. no hot winds, no cyclones, no Indians, and no blizzards. I f t his issue of our paper should fall into the liunds of sonic Northern men who have tried the West and failed, let tlieni come to Salem and start anew, and let their Inst days be their happiest ones. If you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1891

-THElimcss- mister FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1891. Kntered at the I'ostofHce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS The Electric Light Plant. Monday Inst the great boiler of 12.r> horse power, vras moved into the Electric l.i^ht riant house on Uoanoke avenue. The en- j Kine will be here in a day or two, and then the Unrig Machine Works (of Buena Vista) from whom engine and boiler were purchased, will send a man to make the necessary connections. The dynamos and costly electrical apparatus have arrived, as also have the wire, insulators, lamiwaud smaller details. A large foree of hands are now busily engaged putting up the poles. Bargains in Chairs. Wishing to reduce our stock, we will for the next thirty days ofl'er chairs lower j than ever before. We have now on baud a nice assortment in large rockers, small riK-kers, arm chairs, dining room chairs and stools. The large rockers ami the arm chairs are just the thing for porches. Hemember all our chairs are extra stou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1891

Amcricar. P.csvcct For Authority. Tho DluditfUCC of Ami. ricaus to j authority is said to striken foreigner with astonishment. There is less visible authority here, but when it is expressed it is obeyed more im plicitly than in I'uropei. The other ilny n train bound for Now York drew up in Newark, and a few passengers des-ended. A score of persons bound for New York hastened to waul the rear ear of the train, and some of them were almost aboard when the conductor called quietly, 4* No passengers taken!" Instantly every person stopped, and tin- train, when it had departed carried not a single ]>erson more than it had brought. The conductor's order meant a delay ot twenty minutes, but it was given 1>\ a man having authority, which tin would-be passengers recognised, ami us such it was obeyed without : word. The Englishman would hav< had to be held back before In would have obeyed the conductor'? vrder, and would have written letters to tho Times, and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1891

VOL. 2(5. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNK 26, 1891 NO. 3; jt| ' . . _ _ __ _ . - SMck of Salem. SOME ACCOUNT OF ITS PAST, HISTORY OF THE CAUSES CF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOWN INTO A CITY. Its Climate?Scenery? Agricultural and Mineral Resources ? Development Companies? Railway Franchises?Manufacturing Enterprises?Mercantile Interests?Educational Facilities?Christian Privileges? H o t e 1 s, Churches, Schools, and Social Status of the City. Its Probable Future. ? ? Salem Times-Seglster. In the sketch of the wonderful j growth of Salem, no mention is made of this periodical, because the issue | itself is the hest word of praise that could he spoken in favor of its enter- i prise, energy, and interest in Salem. | The Timkh-RkoistbR has nothing to say concerning this issue, hut leaves it to the public, feeling assured that the success it deserves will not be withheld. It has always devoted it-1 self to the best interestsof Salem, and in this, as in all else, no expense a...

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