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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

A SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA ROMANCE. by klosoati> Losawvxn. Author of 41 Hon Cur Shorty, the Boy (llobe Uirtller," "Cycloiu'Jim, tlio Thunderbolt from Rooky Mount," " N y I low el LliUakool, the Boy Ni hilist," Ktc., Ktc. CUAITKU I. Sapolio Suodgrass was the pror O'er of the original boom at Besomville. Ho optioned the town bite while it was yet a eorntiel I, and was the originator and perpetrator of most of the gigantic operations eonducted there (on paper) since the location of tin* " future groat city " in old mau Ski miner horn's cornfield in the gladsome wet springs of upward of odd years ago. Mr. Suodgrass often alluded to himself as " mo the i aud father of the town " and never wearied of recounting the many deeds he had j erfornied (not count ing deeds for land) for putting thu newly created offspring of his talented mind on a solid and substantial basis. The first important operation inaugurated by Mr. Snodgrass and hit associates (his two sons) after tin surveyors had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

?THE? limes - |tct\i5tet. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, lUttl. Entered at the Postotlicc, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOOAL AFFAIPS I. o_o. r. Salem Lodge, No. 10i>. meets every Tuesday night at H p. m. in their lodge room , over the tt.wn hall. Visiting brothers in good standing are Invited to attend. .1. O. B Palmer, N. 0. Tiioa. H. Boos, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at s p. m. in the subordinate lodge mom over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are in-' vited to attend. A. II. Mauee, Chief Patriarch. Tiios. It. Boon, Secretary. ag7*tf 0. M. Webber, Justice of the Pertce, has his ollloe under the Lutheran church,! with Messrs. Frier ifc Finke. It Mr.W.S.Greeuway,tlie auctioneer of Clovcrdale, requests us to say that he will he in Salem next tnonday (court day) ready In serve his friends, as auctioneer. Guests at the Huff IIouso. The following guests from Helm, Pennsylvania, were registered at the Huff House on the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 September 1891

A Woudfr W'orkfr. Mr. Frank HufTinaii, a youiig man of Burlington, Ohio, ninths that lie had Ih'cmi under the cart' of two prominent physician*, ami used their treat men t until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his evse to be consumption and incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting. He found, licfore he had used half of a dollar bottle, that he ?was much better; he continued to use it and is to day enjoying good health. If you have any throat, lung or chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at Smead & Sanders' drug store. A young Kentucky girl named Allies Kan kin has been playing some amusing pranks on the other girls in Crockett county. Putting on male attire she secured work as ti hired man on a farm, and liegan al once to court all the attractive young women of the neighl>orliood escorting the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

V* . V()L 26 . SALKM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER >5, 1891. NO. 15. Tke Tvrrtes-l^SQ-lster. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advanoe(or $2 if paid within three months. (J HAS. D. DEN IT & P.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D IXH'TORS. rTjTp. K1LI IAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 8ALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Ori'ic* lii Dillard \ Venlncw * building on C avctrn; fc uBl X?. fl. niftV 8-1 m I) R. T. M. BAIRD, PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON, Orrics?In Comp's Pharmacy. kllen Block, - - SALEM, \ A. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, - - - - VIRGINIA. Offers Itprofessional services to the i>u'>c. Olllce opposite court -house ai???ve Waler Boon's cigar store; Residence, in \\est Jatern. ??k ~Mf T\B. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SU UQKON. 400 Jefferson street, ROANOKK, VA. Telephone 135. aug 2?? J. J. SIIANKH, M. 1)., Having located in Salem, oilers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Crit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

) V" ': ? ?r ? ; y A LIVELY LITTLE FIQHTThe Virginia Republicans an* neither harmonious nor happy. " Boss Mahone issued a circular letter to his follower?, ail vising against putting candidates in the field for the Legislature, asserting that because of 11 Democratic frauds" the possibility of 44 a free ballot ami a fair count" was out of the question. Just what the astute ohl demagogue hoped to accomplish by such tactics is uncertain. Certain of that wing of the party in the State, known as 41 kickers," justified their rij^ht to the name by kicking at the proposition, and calling upon Mahone us chairman of the State Committee to call a convent ion to consider the question. To this 44 the hero of the Crater" replied by a notice in which lie advised the kicking element to 44 go on and play their dreary farce alone." One Col. H. C. Parsons, who for years bus been seeking a cheap notoriety, and whose ambition it seems is to figure as the head of the party instead of 44 Boss Hilly," thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM NO. 15. CANINE HUNTERS OF MEN. HOW AND WHERE THOSE " BLOOD THIRSTY " ANIMALS ARE TRAINED. Not tbe Ferocious Bloodhounds That Romance Has Painted Thein?English Foxhounds Used in the Chase for Convicts- Some of Their Characteristics. hi the Southern States hundreds of criminals who would otherwise escape, are captured and brought to justice by the aid of keen scented hounds. There are plenty of man hunting dogs in the South to-day, but they are not bloodhounds. The dogs taught to trail men, instead of being fierce brutes that will tear a man to pieces, are only ordinary foxhounds of such little courage that a small boy or a pugnacious rat terrier could put a whole pack of them to flight. Some of the rich English gentlemen who settled in Virginia before the Revolution brought over with them some pure blooded foxhounds. When these gentlemen and their sons and grandsons became the owners of hundreds of slaves they found it necessary to devise some way to capture those who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

KNEW HIS WIFE. He was about five f\vt tall, hud light hair ami looked meek. He was making strenuous but unsuccessful efforts to reach a knothole in a high board fence on the outskirts of East New York. A tall man was passing, and the small man glided uj> to him, plucked him timidly by the coat and said: 44 Hate to trouble you sir, but would you mind doing me a favor?*' 44 Not at all; would be happv to.' The small man took him by the arm and led him over to the fence. 44 \ on see," said lie, 441 promised my wife I'd be home four hours ago and beat a carpet, and?well, 1 just want you to stand on that rock, look through that knothole up there, and tell me what is going oil inside." The tall man looked rather surprised but complied, while the other leaned up against the fence to await developments. 44 What do you see?" asked the meek man presently. 44 Why, 1 see a woman" 44 Sh! Not so loud! Tall wcmau, with auburn hair, red face and wart on her cheek ?" 44 That's her." 44 Hea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

-THElime* FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. Entered at the Postofflce, In Salem, Va. as second-class matter. local affaips x. o_o. r. Salem lxslge. N?>. 1UU, meet* every Tuesday night at 8 i>. m. in their lodge room ^ over the town hall. Visiting brothers in ' good standing are invited to attend. J. O. H Palmkr, N. U. Tuot. R. Boob, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at 8 j>. in. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are in-j vited to attend. . A. II Maubr, Chief Patriarch. Thou. K. Boob, Secretary. ag7-tf FOR KENT. A nice, new house, containing seven riMxns besides |?antry, batli and two basement rooms. Situated on Virginia avenue. Apply to F. (5. Wrmhkk. Salem, Va. Notice. Miss Liebe Jfines, of Ijouisvllle, Ky., will open next week a class of pupils on the guitar. Those desiring to know further particulars will kindly call at Maj. Pendleton's residence on Chestnut street. It...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 September 1891

A meteorological station is to be established at Tiberia, Palestine, u place c?s?> feet below the level of the Mediterranean sea. Til R 1*1 l.l'IT \KII TIIK NTAUr. K' v. K. N. Blirout, l'astor United Brethren Church. Itlue Mound, Kan.* says: "I fool it my duty to toll what wonders Dr. kin^.s New Discovery lias done for me. My Lungs wore badly ilisi'.'iscd, and my parishioners thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five hottlee of Dr King's New Discovery ami am found well, gaining 80 11 ?s. in weight." Arthur hove. Manager Ix>vt\s Funuy Folks Combination writes:" After a thorough trial ami convincing evidence, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, heats em all. and cures when everything else The greatest kindness I can do inv many thousand friends is to urge thein to try it.' Free triai bottles at Sinead \ Sanders' Drutr Store. It is said that escaping illuminating gas is destroying many of the lieautiful old elms which are the pride of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 October 1891

Tke Tvrrues-i^eg%ster. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $8 if paid within three months. CHAS. 1). DEN IT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. DtKTOlH. jjhTX pT killian, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offuk?In Dillanl <k ?Persinger's now building on Uollege avenuo. Room No. <>. may H-lin nu. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AN1) SURGEON, OrricK?In Comp'i Pharmacy. Ulen Block, - - SALEM, VA. D K >SCAK WILEY, SALEM, - - - - VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services t? the nubc. Office m>|Mwitc court-house above Walcr Boon's c'gar store; Residence, in West Jalem. ?>'K 2-tf T\fL F. B. WHITE, VETERIN A K Y SU R(J EON. 400 Jefferson street. ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug J. J. SHANKS, M. 1)., Having located in Salem, oilers his nrofcssional services to tlie citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz Building (1* pstairs). LAWTtm PENDLETON, ATTORNEY AT L...

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

?THE? limco * PKIDAY. OCTOHKK lHiil. CHAS. I). 1)BNIT. Eimiou. FKANK 11. WEBKKU, Associatk. IN A CTATB OP ALABM. The latest news from Washingtoi would indicate that some serioui trouble between the I nlted Statei and Chili may be antieipated. At iiu|H>rtant meeting of the cabinei was held Monday lasting two hours and Secretary Foster, who was olT <?i vacation was telegraphed for by tin President to be present in counsel The difficulty apprehended seems t< be. as stated by the Washington Star that reports from Valparaiso imlicatt that Mr. Egan, the minister there has had a falling out with the Junta or new government; that the lattei has proceeded to arrest people in tin streets right and left without regaw to their nationality, and that thre< Americans have been thrown int< prison. The details of the troubW are very meager, but they would in dicate that the Junta even went h far as to place a guard over the I ni ted States legat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 October 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1891. NO. 16. THE BLUE ROSE. " Yes, your graudfather he was one o' the., old sort?honest as the day,.as the savin' is, an' well brought up, if he wasn't alius easy to live with?an' that set on the truth, an' that pertickler?well, if it 'adn't a bin for 'im bein' that pertickler, you gells would a 'ad a red-'aired woman to be your granny instead o' me." A smile went round the tea-table; Mrs. Minver's grandchildren . nodded, and looked at me?you know the look when there's a story in the air and you are cx pec ted to ask for it. But I was too shy. It was my first visit to Myrtle Cottage. Lottie Minvor and I were both serving our ?' time with Miss Ellands (Modes et Kobes), and I was only sixteen then. "A red-'airtid woman,"' Mrs. Millveil went on, and that would a been a pity on all accounts, for 'e was a fine man as ever I see, and me being no slip of a qhit?'is sons all meiasured over their six foot?and all bin measured t...

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

TWENTY YEARS AGO. 11?>w wondrous are tin* ehanges S*-!nc*?? t wentv Vt'tir^ ago. When girls \\>>re woolen ?ir?ssis Ami In>ys wort* |nml> of tow. Ami shoes* were made of row hiile Ami sm ks of homespun wool. An I ehildren (li<l a half ?h?y's work. He l ore they went to school. Tin* iKupIt! rtxle to meeting In shsls instead of sleighs. Ami wagons rode as easy A*- buggies nowadays, And oxen answered well for trams. Tho' now they'd he too slow, For people lived not half so fast Some twenty years ago. <>h, well do 1 rememher That Wilson patent stove, That father bought and |>aid lor In i loth the girls had wove! An I all the neighbors wondered How we got the thing to go. 'I hey said 'twould hnrst and kill us all Some twenty years ago. The girls t??ok music lessons Upon the spinning wheel. And practieed late and early At spindle, swifts and reel, The boys would ride the hones to mill, A doze...

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

?THEFRIDAY, OCTOBEB 2, 1HU1. Entered at the Pustotlice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOOALi AFPAIP8 i. o o. r. Salem Lodge, No. 10U, meets every Tuesdav mailt at 8 p. m. in their lodge room over the town hall. Visiting brothers in irood standing are Invited to attend. J. O. H I'Af.VKK, N. U. Tiio?. R. Book, Secretary. ag 7~tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets everv Friday night at 8 p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over tlie town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invitod to attend. A. H. Maou, Chief Patriarch. Twos. R. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf FOB KENT. A nice, new house, containing seven rooms besides pantry, bath and two basement rooms. Situated on Virginia avenue. Apply to F. ?. Webber, Salem, Va. Fresh oow for sale for $12.00. It J as. G. Wertx. Strayed. A Sorrel Horse, with the left eye out, which I traded for on but court day, strayed away on Tuesday, the 2~2d. I will pay a liberal reward for his return. It J. It. Powkll. Cheap Lotc for Sale. 1 have a numbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 October 1891

BABY HAS GONE TO SCHOOL. The 1>;tl?v lias gone to school : ah me What will tIn* uu>?h<>r do. With never a call to button or pin. Or tic a litt'e *hoe l!o\v ? t?n she keep herself busy all day ^ With the little "hindering thing" away Another basket to till with liuuh. Another "good-bye" tosjiy. Ami the mother stand* at the door to see ller luihy inareh away. Ami turns with a sigh that I# lialf relief Ami half a something akin to grief. She thinks of a |?ossible future morn, When the children one by one Will go from their home out into the world. To battle with life alone. And ti*>t even the babv be lelt to eheer The desolate home of that future year. She picks up garments here and there. Thrown down in careless haste. And tries to think bow it would seem If nothing were displaced; If the hours were always a> still as this. How could -lie bear the loneliness Farm and Fireside. The StigmataA LOt'ISVILliK NVOMAX MAHKKH WI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1891. NO. 17. Tke Times-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #l.f>0 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN1T & F..G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. ?NMTOKN. JQ|RrXprKiI.LIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Office? In Dillard & Persinger's new building on College avenue. Room No. <?. may 8-1 m jr\E. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offics? In Comp'u Pharmacy. Vllen Block, - - SALEM, VA. JJU. OSCAR WILEy7 SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the pubc. Office opposite court-house above Walcr Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ialem. aug 2-tf JQR. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 406 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 135. aug 20 J J. SHANKS, M. D., Having located in Salem, offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFIOK?In Critx Building (Upstai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

?THE? limes - fliotcv. FRIDAY. OCTOBER KS'.U. CH AS. I). 1)K.N IT, Kim row. FRANK (J. WEBBER. Associatk. xiV" ^ ;*rv. 02ATCE0 AS EDITCIIC. Read what Dr. I>alTerty says about forcible writing and fine speaking: " Orators as editors are failures. Charles James Fox defined oratory as high common place. Fustiat in musi cal voice and with graceful action tickles the crowd. In cold type it is as tasteless as the beer of yesterday's broaching and timeless as a last year's bird uest. The orator isthe^old beater. The writer is the coiner. Conducting n journal with a Demosthenes as its chief scribe is like fallowing land with a balloon in the traces. The mold-board splits furrows in the air, and the plowhandles drag along on the ground. The eloquence of the tongue is of necessary exaggerat ion. A battle fought with a kaleideoscope for a tiehl glass, will end in a route. Excessive rhetoric dilates, like Belladonna, the iris of the mind. Presently it produces a delirium tremens ol hy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FlUDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 1891. NO. 17. {Published by request.] VAN BENNETT. SPEEOH AT BUTLEB, INDIANA, JUNE 3, 1891. Tha Church and iti Belation to thr Liquor Traffic. ljulies and gentlemen:?The church is an organization of Christians who believe on the Ixmi Jesus Christ and accept him as their savior and lord. To accept Christ is to appropriate him, keep and observe his teachings and love Christ. The teachings of Christ are found in the book of books, the Bible. To profess faith in Christ and to profess to follow in the fqptstcps of Jesus of Nazareth and then follow a political party that has no Christ and have more faith in such a party than in Jesus is hypocrisy. Of such, a Savior speaks as follows: " Woe unto yon, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites ; ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men ; for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in." " Woe unto you, Series and pharisees, hypocrites; for ye pay t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

SEE LQV5D HIM IN POVERTY. BO W1IKN 11 K l?K< AMK A Mil I 1?> N - A lit 1' HE TOOK 1IKK 1-HOM I UK Fir.LO AND M A 11 It I K1 > 11 KH. Atlanta,Sept.- Ktchard !I a poor German, set I lc*l near Austell some time ago. lie was an honest, hard-working farm laborer, and won the respect ami confidence of all who kmw him. lie received but little attention from the women in the settlement. Hut there was one poor girl, Miss O'Shields, who was always kind to the stranger, and their friendship soon ripened into love. As both were very poor, matrimony was not ibought of. A few months ago a letter with a foreign stamp arrived tit the Austell post-office, directed to Kichard llornig. It announced to him the death of his father in Germany, and that he was sole heir to 3,000,000 marls Mr. llornig visited Germany, had no trouble in getting his fortune, and returned to Austell last week. Of course this change ?n his condition made a marked change iu the reception accorde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

?THE? Wmcs ? ^ctjiotct. FRIDAY, OCTOBKB ?, 1S91. Entered at the PostofflCM, in Salem, Va. as second-class mutter. LOCAL I. 0 0. F. Salem liodge, No. 100, meeti? every Tuesilay night at 8 p. m. in ttieir lodge mom over the town hall. Visiting brothers in good standing are invited to attend. J. U. H. Palmer, N. <J. Tito*. R. Boos, Secretary. ?g7-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at 8 p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hull. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend A. H. Maurr, Chief Patriarch. Tiios. It. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tt' FOE SENT. A nice, new house, containing seven rooms besides pantry, hath ami two basement rooms. Situuted on Virginia avenue. Apply to F. O. Weiibek, Suleni Vu. Bcv. Sr. Moses D. Hoge. This reverend gentleman, well known as the most eloquent pulpit orator in the. Presbyterian church, either North or South, will preach in the Presbyterian church ut Salem October 1Mb at 7:30 p. m. Salem Board of Healt...

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