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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 August 1891

NEWS NOTES. Supreme Chancellor Oeorge B. Shaw in tin offloial circular to the Knights of Pythias ??f the world says. 44 During the your ending December Ulst, 184H), the order of Knights of 1 y thins inrreast'il its membership from , 2tW,H47 to :U)S,',>SK), n gain for twelve j months of 41.443 member*. or about 17 per cent. Since its organization, fourteen yrara ftp>. the Kudowiiiueiit Rank has paid to beneficiaries of deceased men*I ers nearly six millions of uulinrs. and during the past twelve months has added to its membership over four thousand members, representing nine millions of dollars of new endowment." Staunton has what perhaps no \ irginia city, large or small, has ever had, the "heads of live grand secret orders residing within her limit* at the game time. Taking them in the order of their election, they are John C. Fret well, (irand Worthy Patriarch of Sons of Temperance of \ irgiuia; John Howard Wavt, Most Worshipful Orand Master of Masons of N ir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

rr?- ? * ?-*- FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, l?9I. ? NO. 12. The Times-l^sgxsier. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAK, Strictly Ca?li in Advanoe(or$3 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN IT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IMMTORS. JTJU. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. OrricK? Iu Piliard A Pengiuger's new building on College bvpiiko. Room No. (I. may 8-1 111 jQU. T. M. BAIRI), PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OrricB?In Cornp's Pharmacy. MU'n Block, - - 8ALEM, VA. DR . OSCAR WILEY, ,E\l. ? . - > VIRGINIA. Is profession*! ?er?1eus to the unbia* -court -house above Waler Boon's cigar store; Resldene*, in Wert 3alcm. aug 2-tf J~JR. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 406 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 136. aug 20 J J. SHANKS, M. I)., ? Having loeated in Salera. offers bis professional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (U pstairs). | LAWTERN. U. PUUII. W. W. MOVKCT } nUCiH &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

?THEW\m$ ? mistct. FRIDAY* AUGUST 28, 1881. CHAS. D. DEN IT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associatk. CALL FOE DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TX0N8. Tin1 Drmocruljc run vent ion to nominate a candidate for the Senate to represent the district composed of the counties of Roanoke, Craig ami Montgomery, and the city of Koaiiok?>. will meet in Btlem, on Wednreday, September Kith, IKU.at 1:30 p. in. The ratio of representation will be two delegates and two alternates to every MO votes and fraction thereof exceeding fifty, cast for the Hon. 1*. \V. McKinney for Governor in 1 hk?i, as follows: County of Koanoke?24 delegates, 24 alternates. County of Craig?12 delegates, 12 alternates. County of Montgomery?34 delegates. alternates. City of Roanoke?3l? delegates, 30 alternates. [Signed] A. M. Howm\x, Chairman Koanoke Co. Com. Jo Mir W. C* !.!>?? r i. r., CA\turman Craig Co. Com. M. C. Tiiom \s. Chairman Roanoke City Com. The Democratic convention to nominate a candidate for the House of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

TO A I AIAI'. FK1RSD. Our hamls hove met, hut not our hearts; Our hands will never meet again. Friends if we have ever been, Friends we cannot now remain ; 1 only know 1 lovwl yon once, 1 only know 1 Joyed in vain ; Our hands have met, hut not our hearts; Our hands will never meet again. Then farewell to heart and hand ! I would our hands had never met; Even the outward form of love Slust he resigned with (tome regret, Fr'.ends we still might se?m to be. If my wronjfcould e'er forget; Our hands have joined, but not our hearts; I would our hands had never met! ?Thomas Hood. AMANDA'S BURDENS. THEY ALL VANISHED Al'TER SHE DISCOVERED "HER RICHES.' She was no longer little Mandy. She had proton to Ik? a lurge sironggirl, with red cheeks and brown eyes *t!fat were full of good nature. Klderly people liked to louk upon Amanda's dimpled face, and enjoy her blushes when strangers spoke to her. She had been accounted pretty and what was much better ?a good girl. But now, since her thirteenth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

4'ourt-Uooiti An Knglish judge recently sentenced a woman to five minutes' imprisonment for bigamy. It is probably the shortest scutcncc on record. A resident of Monroe City, Mo., has recovered oo from a man who tied his mules to a handsome maple shade tree belonging to a villager, letting the mules bark ami kill the tree, it beii.g one his grandfather planted. In a suit in which it was claimed that a lot of tobacco was damaged, bought at Douglasville, (Ja., the judge took some of the weed and chewed it. He decided that it was damaged to the amount of thirteen cents per pound, and gave judgment accordingly. A queer suit in equity has been brought against a Philadelphia dentist. He has on his premises an electric plant, with which he pulls teeth. The engine, dvnauio anul machinery make too much noise for the neighbors, and they have petitioned the court to have the nuisance abated. In a patent ease in New York recently one of the lawyers consumed two days in describing the difference...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

W'xwm -THE? FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1801. Entered at the Postoffios, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS L 0. 0. P. Salem Lodge, No. 100, meets every Tuesday night at X p. m. in their bnlge room over the U.wn hall. Visiting brothers in good standing ure invited to attend. J. O. 15 I'.VLMER, N. G. Titos. K. Rook, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 3G Meets every Friday night at 8 p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hull. Visiting jiatriarchs in good standing are invited to nttend. A. H. Maobk, Chief l*utriarch. Tiios. R. Rook, Secretary. ag"-tf Assessing Damages. Messrs. 8. A. Wilson. J. II. lian.,uh and J. A. Finke, commissioners ap|>ointcd by the comity court to assess land damages for widening High street, from about 25 feet to 4.'$ feet, from Clay street to the corporate lines, finished their work last Saturday. The right of way was given to the town in all cases except those of lie v. W. Sneud and the Rh<tdes heirs. Commissioner...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 August 1891

Salt Making Among the Chinese. A wonderful example of patience in the Chinese is afforded l>y a consular iVport dealing with the manufacture of salt in < Vntral China. llolesabout six inches in diameter are liored in the rock by moans of a primitive form of iron drill, and sometimes a period of forty years elapses before the coveted brine is reached, so that t-lie work is carried on from one genera tion to another. During this time the boring, as may be imagined. goes down to an immense depth. When brine is found it is drawn up in bamboo tubes bv a rope working over a Uu*ge drum turned by bullocks. The brim* is evaporated in Iron caldrons, the heat being supplied by natural gas. which is generally found in thf vicinity of the suit wells. Ready Answer. A prudent man ha* nn eye to the future, and provides against contingencies. As a sailor would say, he c ists an anchor to windward. " 1 have no thought of meddling with your a Hairs, Mr. l>nshaway,v sai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 September 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. NO. 13. TKe TirrusG-F^c gister. LS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 VKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. I). DEN IT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D imm roiis. R. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND 81RGEON. 8ALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Office? In l>illard it: Pcrsinger's new building on College avenue. Room No. ??. may 8-1 in D R. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SP KM EON, Oi rtcK- lu Coiun's Pharmacy. klH-n -blcrir. ? tV \:J r\K. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIKMINIA. Otfers his professional services to the pubc. Office opposite court-house above Waler Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ialcni. aug 2-tf jQR. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 4'?; Jeffirson street, ltOANOKE, VA. Telephone 1IJ5. aug 2l> J J. SHANKS, M. D., Having located in Saletn, oilers his professional services to the citizens of Salem unit its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (U pstairs)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 September 1891

?THE? lime* - Hcgvstet. FRIDAY, SKPTF.MPKR 4. 1HU1. CH AS. 1). DKN1T, Knnou. FRANK G. WKBBKR. Associatk. !S THE TBIMABIB3 As will be seen from the notice which appears at the head of tlu local column, Col. Bowman, chairman of tho County Democratic Comiuittcc has designated tlie 1-th instant an tin day for holding primary meetings in the different districts throughout tlu county, to appoint delegates to attend t'.ie eouventionjto l?e held ii? Salem on the 10th Instant to nominate camli dates for the House of Delegates ami State Senate. It is earnestly hoped that the Democrats throughout tlu county will give this matter tlicit zealous attention, and will send repre tentative men to this most important convention, for much of the cominy material welfare t?f this section depends upon the selection of men who can actively and intelligently look after our'.nterests at the State capital this winter. AND SHE DE3ESVE3 ONE. Replying to a recent editorial in this paper, wherein it was stated t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 September 1891

VOL 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. NO. 13. A FIENDISH DEED. "Married again!" cried Miss Kuphemia Thorpe, clasping her hands together. "Married again!" echoed Miss Clarissa, tipping over her basket of Berlin wools in her consternation, greatly to the delight of the kitten. " At his age!" cried Miss Phemy. "Two and fifty, if he's a day?and a widower of fifteen good years' standing 1" ?*Aiul with ns to keep house for him," added Miss Clary; "and dinner always ready at 0 precisely, and his slippers warmed by the tire, just as surely as he crossed the threshold !" "Men are fools 1" sharply ejaculated the elder sister. "IIow old does he say she is, Clary ?" " lie don't say at all," responded Miss Clary, scrutinizing the pages of the letter that had brought such dismal news. " lie only says that lie was married on the 3rd day of September last to Miss Marion K'ussell, and that he will bring her home on the 1st of October!" Hut both the ladies were strick...

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

Starvation in Russia. FORCE l> To SELL THEIR CIIILORBN FOB ItHEAI). JiONoon, August. The stories of misery receiveil from Russia are almost incredible. lu Hesarabia, parents are actually offering their children for sale in order to buy foo.l. ami dealers at Constantinople, hearing of this, have purchased through agents in the Russian village a considerable number of female children. Many deaths have been caused through famine, and families may be found actually perishing from hunger, aud hugging together in their common misery. The stewards of Crown Lands and forests have been instructed to allow the peasantry to enjoy free pasture and freely to gather mushrooms which are largely consumed among the lower classes of Russians, aud to gather wild fruits of the forest and woods ?>f the State. 'I his, however, does not answer the demand for substantial fowl. The famine cripples, also, the linanccs of ltussia, and it is believed that for this reason there will be no ...

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

-THE lime* - mister. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 18U1. Entered at the Postotflce, in Salem, \ a. "a? second-class matter. local affaips i. o. o. r. Salem I<odge, No. H*>, meets every Tuesday night at H p. iu. in their lodge room over the ti>wn hall. Visiting brothers in good standing are invited to attend. J. O. ft Pai.mkk, N._<?. Titos. It. Boo?, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every 7 'ay i ight at x |>. n?. in the subonlinate lodge rodm over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend. A. 11. Maokk, t'hief Patriarch. Tuns. It. Book, Secretary. ag7-tf CALL FOR PRIMARY MEETINGS. Primary meetings of the Democratic voters of lloatioke connty, to select delegates to represent them in the several conven^i< ns to be held in Salem, September l'ith, will be held as follows : Salem District?At Salem, and will select ten delegates and ten altc mates. Dig Lick District?At Vinton, and will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 September 1891

SO. MOON. DON'T TELL. o Moon! did you see My love ami n?e In the valley beneath the tyeumorc tree" Whatever In-fel i) Moon ! don't tell, 'Twas nothing amiss, you know very well. O Moon ' you know. 1?ong years ago. You left the sky ami descended l?elo\v Of a summer night By your own sweet light : You met your Kndymion at 1'atmas' height: And there, <> Moon ' You gave him a boon You wouldn't I'm sure, havegranted at noon 'Twas nothing amiss. Hut only the bliss Of giving and taking?an innocent kiss Siime churlish lout. Who was spying about. Went off ami babbled, and so it got out: Hut for all the gold The sea could hold, 0 Moon ' I wouldn't have gone and told! So. Moon, don't tell Whatever befell My lover ami me in the leafy dell. He is honest ami true, Ami, remember, too, lie only behaved like your lover ami you ! ?New York Truth. Here's tho Boss Boy. UK IS ONLY KIUHT YKAHS OLIl A Nil WKIGHS 204 POI NDS. Currituck county, N. C., has n curiosity that is attracting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 September 1891

, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER II 'The T\m,?3-F^eg"istcr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 V K A It, Strictly Catdi in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. I). DEN1T & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D IMM-rOKM. H. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Okkice?In I Milan! Persinger's new building on College avenue. Room N'?. 0. may K-lm D H. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Orric*?In Comp's Pharmacy. Vllen Block, - - SALEM, VA. r\R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Otters his professional services to the pube. Olll< e opposite court-house above Waler Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ialem. aug 2-tf J^It. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SIT KG EON. 4t)0 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug S? T J. SHANKS, M. I)., t w ? _ Having located in Salem, offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (lT pstairs). UWVKRN. II. PUdll. \V. W. MOKKKTT r)U&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 September 1891

?THE<Timco - Register. FRIDAY. SEPTEMPER 11. IH?1. CI1AS. D. DEN IT, Editor. FRANK It. WEBRKR, Ass(k;i,\tk. PAIS WAItNINa GIVEN. "Master, Master! News; <>1?1 now*, and Mich news as you never heard of."?Tamino or the Bhhkw. The daily piipen of Roanoke give us the proceedings of the mass meet, ing of the Democrats of tliat eitv on last Friday niglit. From the ae count* given we infer that the inetho Is pursued were open to criticism, and reveal the fact that certain parties are planning to run things in a way entirely foreign to democratic ideas, and altogether at variance with tlio traditions of the party in this county. The charges and counter charges of the opposing factions indicate the lively feelings that were engendered. The friends of Mr. J. A. Watts charge that 41 the meeting of Friday was Irregrli?r,M as sufficient public notice was .lot given by Mr. Thomas, "but ample notice wasquiet ly given to those with whom he had arranged to support him...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 September 1891

-THE? FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 18U1. Entered at the Postotfioe, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL ^.FFAIPS x. o o. y. Salem Lodge, No. 10U? meets every Tuesday night at ? ]?. m. in their lodge room over the town hall. Visiting brothers in Kood standing an- invited to attend. J. O. B Palmier, N. U. Tiros. R. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at s p. m. in the subordinate lodge r?K?m over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend. A. 11. Macrk, Chief Patriarch. Tnos. R. Boon, Secretory. ag7-tf CALL FOE PRIMARY MEETINGS. Primary meetings of the Democratic voters of Roanoke county, to select delegates to represent them in the several conventions to be held in Salem. September Hitli, will be held on the 12th instant as follows : Salem District?At Salem, and will select ten delegates and ten alternates. Big Lick District?At Vinton, and will select eight delegates and eight alternate*. Catawba District?At Brand's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 September 1891

Roanoke to Jackson. lit a recent Roanoke letter published in tlie Richmond Pispatch we timl the following : " Another project which is seriously engaging tlic attention of the busine?s men of tins city and Kiticaslle is the construction of a railroad from here to Jackson, on the Kichntont! and Alleghanv branch of the ? 'hesajK-Hke ami Ohio railway. It is pro|mksc<1 to continue t he road now being built from Kiueastle tot'loverdalo tol which nine ? if the eleven miles have tdreii-iy been grad?*d> on to this city ami then to extend it from Kincaslle to Jackson. The entire distance is about thirty miles, ami the completion of the road would he followed by the rapid development of the splendid marble and building stone <piarries around Fincastle. to say nothing of the great advantage of opening a coni|>cting line of railroad north and east of this city. Or.cc established this connection with the Chesa| ea^te and Ohio, sav the advocaU-s of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18, 1891. NO 15. The Times-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three month*. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D<M1'ORN. JQR. J. P. KILL1AN, PHYSICIAN ANI) 8URGKON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Orric*? In Dillard ?fc Persinger'B new building on College avenue. Boom No. 0. may K-lui jQR. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Owes?In Comp's Pharmacy. Mien Block, - - SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offer* his professional services to the pubc. Office opposite court-house above Wider Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. aug 2-tf jQR. F. E. WHITE, VETEUINAHY SURGEON. 400 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 185. aug 20 J. J. SHANKS, M. D., Having located in Salem, otters his i>rofessional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (II ]tstairs). LAWTERN. b. puoh. w. w. Morrrrr j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

?THEftimcs - JUfliotcv. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER U'. l??l. CHAS. I). DEN IT, Ejhtoh. FRANK (J. WEBBER. Associmk. 'Am-%-a*> TnS NOMINEES. Tli** work of the Convention held in Saleui ?>n Wednesday, an will be seen elsewhere, resulted in the nomination of lion. .lames W. Marshall, of Crate, for the Senate, and Mr. M. C. Thomas, of Roanoke eity, for the House of Delegates. The nominal ion of " Cyclone .J im " Marshall was a forgone conclusion, and was strictly unanimous. In the ease of the latter there was a spirited hut friendly division. Messrs. Denit and Watts receiving earnest support. But the arbitrament was fairly made by a divided vote from (? raig. and n solid vote from Roanoke eity fot Thomas as against Roanoke county and half of Craig for Denit, and it only remains now for the election ol our nominees to be made ivs nearly unanimous as possible. The writer of this especially trusts that the warm and aetive interest exerted in his behalf by many true and loyal fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18, 1891 NO. 15. ? OUTWITTED BY A WOMAN. When John and I were married we began housekeeping iu one of the tUits down near the " ferry." People said we were foolish to try to run an establishment of our own on a thousand dollar salary, but John neither smoked nor drank, and my mother had taught me all the little economies of housekeeping, so we managed to get along nicely, and every month something was added to our nest egg in the savings bank. Job Shu It*, who for years had been fireman down at the china pottery works, occupied half of the Hat we had taken, and though both he and his wife belonged to the uneducated, hardworking class of (?ermau emigrants, they were sober and honest, and proved to be very good neighbors indeed. By some strange freak of nature their twin children, Franz and G.retchen, were born mutes. When we formed their acquaintance they were about eight years old, and seemed to enter into all the sports...

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