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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 February 1887

VOL. 21. Jg?/m jgiiites-jQegistcr, ^CONSOLIDATED.) IB PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT S2 PER ANNUM. J. T. CHA.BTHEE. CH AS. t>. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTEEE, DENIT & WEBBER, 4i?vi:hi'I!<imu uaikm. FritiKlrut ItUi-rlUPMionU-llioHf runnludC lots than sixty days?will be luserted at tne rate of 7"?ct* per square for tbe ami Insertion, and "??? cents for wicii additional Insertion. Special rate* for a longer period. ProfcMluiml or otiier cards, occupying .toe square, or leas, one year, I12.UU; stx month*, 97.50; three months t-i.UO. Ijouk*' ad vertl*eiaent* subject to special contract. Obllnsrle* and Tribute* of Reaper*, when they exceed ten lines, will he charged for at tbe rate of 6 oeuta per line for all such exceaa. All i'ntn must ho on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra barge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any given Issue, should reach thlsottlce on or be< fore Tuesday of that week, Correspondence. cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 February 1887

<??/?'/ ginies-gegistift. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBIU'AKY 18, 1SS7. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Asaoclute. LET THE UOOI> WOKK (10 ON. That the Rods help those who help themselves, Is being exemplified nil over the South. The ear of progress is traversing all the land, and Salem is coining in for her sharo of the good things which are in the grasp of those who have the energy to reach forth aud take hold. Already many industries whish promise work for the industrious, and a market for the surplus of our farmers' fruits and vegetables, seem assured. A feeling of coming prosperity is lnfuein?r new life Into our long suffering anu depressed farmer friends. With home markets for all they raise will come a necessity for good roads over which to haul, and an Interest once felt by them In this respect, the fences that now narrow them will disappear, and smooth, well drained and dry roads will take the placo of the mud alleys and rock beds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 February 1887

?ga/fw @imcs-i$tgisfer. FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 1? IKS7. Ktitorod \t tl?.< P i.itotlloe, in Salem, V<? an 4econd-cla*t> matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS Ofoiirrottrr* In hii<I Around Nnirm mid t'onnty Wn(t?<rn llrlrll) Told. this papk I slept and dreamt that life wa* beauty, I waked and found that life was duty. It is the duty of ail who know of Ladies' Guardian to proclaim it to sufferers, inasmuch as we are required to do g??od, one to another. A Few Wonderh ok thk West. ?We begin thin week on our lirst page a short series of articles on the Wonders of the West kindly furnished to the TlMK8 RbqibtEK by Dr. Julius I), Dreher. President of Roanoke College. We believe that our readers will find these letters valuable and interesting, ard will therefore appreciate the publication of theui in our columns. Baker, the dry goods man of Salem Avenue. Roanoke city, keeps a full line of good dry goods and notions, and leads the trade. When you go to Roan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 February 1887

The I.iiCv < liitUreu llint nrc (?one. Why do they coiue, these 1 itHc? ones that outer our Imincs by the |p)teway of suffering, and that linger with us a few mouths, uttering no worth, smiling in a mysterious silence, yet speaking eloquently a!l the time of the purity and sweetness of 11 ett ven? Why must they open the tenderest fountains of our natures only to leave them so soon choked with the hitter tears of loss? It i-1 impossible wholly to answer such questions of the tortured heart, but one can say, in general, that these little temporary wanderers from ? celestial homo come and go because of the groat love of Uod. It is an inestimable blessing to have been the parent of a child that lias tiie stamp of Heaven upon its brow, to hold it iu one's arms, to minister to it, to gaze fondly down into the little upturned face, and to rejoice in the unsullied beauty of its smiles, and then ?to give it back to Uod at His call, with the thought that in Heaven, as upon earth, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 February 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25. 1887. NO. 25. ?;i!ein (gimes-QcgirJer, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'ablUhrrx nn<l Proprietor*. . . i . t ' \ i) v r.K n>i ><? it A u s. rri?n?l?n( raniilu* Iohh thau nlxty days?will be Inserted at the raU) of 7V?Im per square for the tlrst lunartloa, and Vi cent* for each additional lu ?ertlon. Special rate* for a 1ohk?t period. t'rolVoNloiiHl or other eard?, occupying .me Hijuurf, or le?tH, one year, H2.0U; hIx months, 17.50; three mouths Long*! a I vertUetnen ts subject to special contract. Obltii?rlpt rrlltni** of Rnp?<<i. ? heu t ev?vce?d tou Ikoes, will b* thw .^eo Cur at tti.> r?t? of 5 tMnU i??r line for aW nunto *xo*m. %I1 Cms naust be nn metal foundaMo . when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertiseme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 February 1887

&xleni gittfts-geQistft. (OonaollduteU August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, I8S7. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Coi. Wm. P. MunfoRD, of Richmond, the last surviving son or Wm. Munford, tho translator of Homer, died in that city last Monday. 1 lie legislatures of New Jersey and Went \ irginia continue to amuse themselves over the Senatorial dead lock therein, which have now been carried so far as to become farcical. Mr. A. E, Donnan, of Richmond, was married last Tuesday evening in the Brooklyn Tabernacle, to MiHs Edith Ialmaok, daughter of Ilev. Dewitt T, Talmaoe. The wedding was the finest that has for many years been celebrated in that city. '' ?t iriWu Gi Bristol-Qoctison last Friday by & vote of 439 to 2 subscribed $50,000 to the proposed BrlstolElizabethton railroad. That is an almost unanimous exhibition of vim fiud energy that is commendable. That is a uovel proposition nur.de to Congress by a number of colored men in Mississippi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 February 1887

St.ilent (gimts-ifegisltr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887. Ka'.eruil at the Po?tolBce, In Salem, Va RDtevtind-oliwM matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS OfrarrenrM in nnd Around Snlrm and Connlj Unltrrx Itrlrfljr Told. iim iq T> A PVT? m*r ix?frmn<i on m??lit n?v\. XIUO i iVX JClA t . Hiiwoll A ?.>??? NfWh|w|*'r Ailnvthlnxllunvui < I48prncr St.). whri1 nlvrrtUIng ouutiKU uiMf bo iiimlo Iwx 11 IN > k.W VUiill. There are several new orders of publication In otir ml vert ising columns, (.'apt. G. MclI.Gish, attorney. See tliem, you may be interested. Waste no time; delay* have dangerous ends! If a member of your family Is suffering with a slight cough or cold, don't wait until it develops Itself into consumption, but procure at once a hot Me of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and cure that cough. Minstrels Comino.?'The during Family, Minstrels and Concert Company, will give an entertainment in tho Town Hall Saturday night, the 2<?th instant. They c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 February 1887

An l.itiiM'si Letlrr. " Old time" |hh?|?U?. who <lo not llv?? near postothces, are nut jirmnploat ??f correspondents. The following is a letter from h mother to hei" Hon: uMy Dkak II kxkv?We ncvivwl your letter yenr before Inst, and I seat myself this bright morning to answer it. NVe kill*-*! hogs last week, hikI are now living on the fat of the land. Your Uucle Kmanuel fell and hurt his hi|> lust year, hut lie is improving. Your pa's health, with ? hi exception of h little dab of rheumatism now and then, is tlrst rate.? Your Aunt i'utsy has had mighty bad liu-k with her young chickens, and your Uucle Kubin is dead. We had a big revival here la&t mouth, and Uabe Bradley was one of the converts, and he has quit selling llcker. Mose Foster is dead. We have had a good deal of raiu and dry weather since 1 wrote to you last.? First we hHve drouth, and then rain, ami both of them, it 'peared like, never come together. Your Cousin Anderson Scroggins is dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 March 1887

- VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY/VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4. 1887. . NO. 2 j. ?t*lem gimcs-$etfisler, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER annum. J. T. CIUUTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, HublUhera i>m? Proprietor... iUVKKIiMIKti lUI'BS. rritntlcnl itlv?>rtl<i?iiirnU-tl)oiif runnlu< le->*tlmu sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75ota i?er square for tlie flrat Ina'rtloti.und W? cents for each additional In,ertlou. Special rate* for a longer period. Prorow.lt.uitl or uUiur carda, occupying >ae square. or leas, one year, $12.00; six montlia, $7.50; three raoutlia IV 00. Uo>iKer a I Vortlssinentaaubject to ?pocial ontrHOt. k?4ln.i?rtM niei rrio.nr* of lti>?|i?ot, *h?o th<\> ?Ke^*d . ?!?>???, vrIII be cUtirged for at tb? rale of j ceuta jn-r line for all auoh ? zceaa. All must be on metal founda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 March 1887

(Consolidated Aujjutft 16,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 18^7. CHAH. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, AaHoclute. It took the Senate on Tuesday lust just 26 minutes to pass 67 pension bills?a remarkablo fact. The large candy manufactory of Darby & Co., in Baltimore, was bu.atxJ 'a t Fr'day morning. Estimated loss $160,000?insurance $100,000. Darby A- Co., will proceed at once to clear away the wreck and rebuild. Last Friday, at Ilerkimer, N. Y., Mrs. Druso was hanged for the murder of her husband on the 18th of December, 1884. She shot him and then burned hit body. The President has determined to appoint Assistant Secretary FaircniLD to bo Secretary of the Treasury in tho place of Secretary Manning,reeigtietK^ Tho President has approved the act to prohibit tho importation and immigration of foreign contract labor. Tho 11 rat Democrat from Rhode Island in Congress for thirty odd years took his seat Saturday, to till a vacancy. The idea of a Democrat representing Rhode Island wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 March 1887

g?aleiit ^imts-^tgisfrr. FRIDAY, MAHCII 4, 1887. Kntered at the Pontoitiee, in Nalom, Vh asseoond-olaaH matter.] LOCAL A.FFAIPS Oeenrrrnrf* In nnrt Arnnml Snirin and Conatjr Mnllm llrlolly Told. mil ? q TJ AT>T?T> mw >W? frwm.1 on f?? n?vv Alllo i Ai iilV )*. il?w?i| 4c Co'? Krwuimivf AflTortlxInx Btirraui (10 Rpm,v K< ) ~'jtW? i'.'* ' uvultwu UiM/ Ui ium lur It 1> Nt?V ?OUlv< A predicament. 2 o'clock in the morning.?sleet on the tide-walk,?baby got the croup, and no Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup in the house. Watch ani> Mkdal Loht ? A ladies' small gold watch, to which was attached a short chain and gold medal, was recently lost in the Town Ilall, or on the street. The Under w ill be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this office, or handing to the one whose name is inscribed on the medal. Notice or Co-partnership.? I have this da}* admitted to a half Interest In my mercantile business, on Catsw-{ ba, my br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 March 1887

I'oiUlN VII I'flMTH. In building fences take the cost and the time they will last into consideration. A cheap fence uiay be too cheap. All feneea are costly and the fewer you have the better. A stone fence only wants binding crosswise; it d??es not fall down lengthwise, a crooked rail should never be put in the fence near the bottom. A crooked rail, like a crooked man, makes more trouble than it is worth?better muke wood of it. Hoard fencenare usually made with two good boards: they hold too much water and rot too quickly.? Joints are olten too wide ; the wind has too great an effect. The host wooden fence cannot stop a mad bull. What is the use of try tug to do it 1 Iron posts and wire are to be tho fence of the future. The quicker the farmer Is prepared for it toe better. A stone fence is a costly fence if you have to buy the stones, but if you have to takn them as an encumbrance from the ground and pile them up, It pays at both ends. Excitement In To*a*. Great excitement has been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 March 1887

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, V A. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 11. 1887. NO. 27. .?;i/fw j?imes-$egister, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. chas.D.DENIT F. O. webber. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, 4UVKK1IMNU 1CAIK.H. rrniKicai v?rll?f inru(?-lbOH? runitln* less than ?lilj MJII Will bo Inserted at the rate of 75cta per sijunre for the flrat Inaction, and V) cent* for each additional Insertion. Special rate* for a louger porlod. I'rufe?mluiiiil or otber oarda, ocrupyliiK me square, or lean, one year. 812.00; alz mentha. $7.!)0; three montlia 95.00. I<ong?r advertisements subject to apeclal contract. Obllusrloi ia< l'rll>nte? ot K^*pM(, thcu ?i??jy ?*.<-?*! tfi. linen, <vlli'?? cWtri.'Ou for at the rats or 6 sen ui per line f >r *1! sucb excess. All Out* must be on metal foundation, when tney will bo Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any flven ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 March 1887

(Consolidated Autjutst 16,1883.) FRIDAY. MARCH 11, 18H7. CHAS. D. DEN1T. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. .Tv President Cleveland will be fifty years old on the 18th instant. Rev. Henry Ward Beech er, the renowned Hrooklyn divine, died in that city last Monday. For forty years he has held a prominent place among the literary aud learned men of the country, and his career, while somewhat chequered, has on the whole been very brilliant. Of late years his views on theology have been considered decidely erratic, and had he died twenty years ago it would have bren much better for his record as a preacher. The latest rumor concerning railroad " deals" is to tbe effi'ct that a controlling interest in the Baltimore and Ohio is now in a fair way to be secured by Jay Gould and others, The rumor may, or may not, be true, but judging from the talk of the Sun Baltimore city is powerfully uneasy about it. A dispatch from Philadelphia to the Petersburg Index-Appeal Bays: " Reports have just bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 March 1887

gulem ginies- legistrr FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1887. Kutored At tho Posto.'tio?, In Salem, V as iecond-cla?M matter.] ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Voters of Roanoke County : 1 hfivby announce nivwlf a candidate tor riM'lwtioii (o the office of CLERK of the County and Circuit Courts of Roanoke county a? tin* election to be held on tin* 26th day of May next. If my ex|?rrifnce, and faithfulness In tlif pact, is, in your judgment, a pledge of a continued faithful discharge of my duiies in the future, I earnestly solicit your support. Respectfully, WM. McCAULEY. To the Voters of Roanoke County: I am a candidate for the office of COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY for thin county. A mass-meeting of the Republican voters In called to me. ?. in Salem on Monday, March 21, 1887, to nominate candidate* for the different county offices j to be filled at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. I wish to submit my claim* for nomination for that office to the mass-meeting, and respectfully a?k persons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 March 1887

Wonmn'N Npliere. The quewtlon is often asked ; can a woman engage in an active l?u?inws life, and yet retain the eharui of ?1*?llcacy which is peculiarly hers? The really r? linwl woman will lose nothing t?f her charm, no matter what her pursuit or its surroundings. And it is the wouiau who is trained to the greatest development of her powers, who will till every relation in life best, mid to this end it is necessary for girls to be not only accomplished, cultured and attractive hut to he educated and trained so as to tit tlu'in for whatever life may demand. It is for the general good of girt* that they Im? taught self-support and independence of character. The young girl herself is the last person consult ed. Ambitious patents want their daughters to sliiue in society and t>e the possessore of a few showy accomplishments?a superficial run of things? then comes, perhaps, reverses of fortune and what is the result ? A hitler fight before giving up to the force of circumsta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 March 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1887. ulc.'ii i[iuti\rJ= ijegi'itcr, (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 32 PER ANNUM. J. T. CRABTIIEE. CHA3. D. DUNJT F. G. WEBBER. GRABTREE, DESIT & WEBBER, l*til?t I altera mid <m ? i' ? | ,i ? 1)1 iOVEitl'lWlMb K.% I E*. I'rauslewt runittit< le?* than sixty days?will ?>o luserteat the rate of 7kjUi per *<tuare for the tlrnt In v-rtlou, an I v> ?>>its f<ir fnoii additional !n ? irtlon. Special rale* for a longer period. or other uitrUn, occupy I to ?ne square, or lean, oo? year, IU.OU; ?1> mouth*. |T.V?; t?*r???? months t-">.00. Ijoiiuet v. WrrUn?nn.n'?.-.utbj? ot u, .p<ad*? ?uutr*al. OhtlU i ?**r? AM if frlUali><i ?f Kiipvoi when ttiey exoeod lei. linen, will lie charge, for at the rate of > cent* per II ne for all auol 9XCAHM. All Out*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 March 1887

giiites-jgegistift. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. THE SUBJECT OF ROADS. In another column to-day will be found a communication on this subject from " Steady Driver," one of the wealthiest and most extensive farmers in this coun?y. Our idea, and the idea of the correspondent to whom " Steady Driver " refers, wan not to increase the taxes five per ceui. Tor road purposes, but to set that amount aside as a special road fund. This is not, we admit, an opportune time to raise the taxes, and this we would not do. The difference is only one of application and disbursement, not of increasing the burden. Notice, the burden is already upon u?, since the levy is made and the taxes collected every year, only, it is not judiciously applied towards working the roads. Let us explain. Every month the surveyors of roads return their re|K>rts and ask that their accounts l>e allowed for working the road*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 March 1887

gtaltin {gimes-gjegislcr. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1887. Entered at tbo Postotlice, in Salem, V? a# -teoond-claw* matter.] ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Voters of Roanoke Comity : I hereby announce nnself a candidate for riM'ltfiiiin to the office of CLERK ?>f the County ami Circuit Court* of Roanoke county at the I'ltTiInn to Ik livid on the *20tli day of May next. If my experience, and faithfulness In tin* past. Ik, In your Judgment. a pledge of a continued faithful disclia* ge of my duties in the future, I earnestly solicit yonr support. Respect fully, WM. McCAULBY. To the Voters of Roanoke County: I am a candidate for the office of COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY for this county. A mass-meet lug of the Republh can voter* Is called to me*?t In Salem on Monday, March 21. 18i<7, to uotiiliiate candidates for the dlffefeut comity offices to be HI led at. the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday In May next. I wish to submit my claiimi for nomiuat'ou for that office to the mass-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 March 1887

Kpritig I'nrtu i leaning. While the wife cleans the house let the l<unhand cl??an If?o farm. If vegetable matter h left about th?* yard, ita rapid (IcrHjr during the damp, warm weather of spring and summer. uill poisonth?air and afffet the health of the family. If left hI>? ?ut !????rn IoIh and fields, it ?iU have a liko influence on the farm animals. H?.;vs are douhly liable to be injuretl, for they not only hreathe the fouled air, l?ui neat in such litter Kami cleaning will save loss from disease. The litter has great value us h fertilizer when properly Hpplied. Thu intelligent use of this manure en>-ures oetter crops, and the farm Is capable of a more thorough cultlva tion And then how much appearare improvtd. Make a bonfire of plecen of wood, brush, stumpa, Ac., not tit for fuel, and give the charcoal to the swine and the ashes to the fruit trees. Remember this work In not complete until those stumps and stones are removed which can be taken out ...

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