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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 October 1891

A Lcnoly Bridal Tour. WHY 'I'll K SIllH'l h OK KI'HOPR KAll.K.I> TO IMI'KKSS A MKLANCHOI.Y TKAVK1.KR. Some > I'lirn i\izo, while 1<?oKin^r lit tin* clock at Htrnshurtt, said Chimney Pt'pew in his Baltimore lecture, I noticed a largi* party of American tourists making the round** of that relebratcd aneient eity. 1 was told l?y one .of tht m that while most of t he visitors hugely enjoyed the trip, there was, hv way of contrast, one ainouK tliein whom nothiug wonderful in nature or art eoulil touch. The lnmlseupe hail no charms fur him ; the Alps did not impress liiin ; the beauties of Paris ami Vien na < 1 i11 in?t evoke his ei'stueies. Noth in^j that he saw hail the tdi^Utevt effect of drawing out the least expres sion Of admiration. Weeks ami weeks passed, Jtinl the rest of the party were duiiifoumlcd at his lack of appreciation of the sights which met them on all sides. Finally it was decided to semi a committee of four, two tfeiitleiiie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

1111)AY MORNING. OCTOBER 16, l?91. 'The Times-f^egisier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT Y K Strictly Cash in A<iTiinw(or|( if paid within three months. CHA&. D. I)KNIT & RG.WKKHER, Owners and Publishers. D DOCrURN. It. jTpTklLLLAN\ PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. SAI.KM, .... VIRGINIA. Ofkick? hi Pillanl Pcrdnuer's new building on College avenue. U??oin No. 0. may 8-1 in D It. T. M. BA1RD, PHYSICIAN' ANI> HURtiEON, Orrtw?In Com phi Pharmacy. VIten Block, - - SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, D 8ALKM, .... VIRGINIA. Offers his profcmiotial services to the nub- j c. < Mlice opjmsite court-house above Waler Boon's cigar shut*; Residency in West j Mlem. ' aug2-tf R. F. E. WHITE, /QlC VETERINARY SURG EON. 4<Ki Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 136. huh T J. SHANKS, M. I)., rl . Having located in Salem, oilers his professional services to the citizens of Salem j ami its vicinity. OFFICE?In Crlta Building (U|<s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

?THE? ?imco - Jftcgisitcr. FKI PAY, ?>< TOHKK Hi. 1HU1. CHAS. I). DEN1T, Editou. FHANK (i. WEHHEU, Associatk. I )eniocr?'itic Ticket. Foil Til K SKX ATK : Hon. J. W. Marshall, Ok Ckaki County. Foil thk Housk ok Dklkgatks: M. C. Thomas, Kstj., Or Hoakorr City. PUBLIC SPEAKING. The Honorable J mm* W. Marshall, the Democratic Nominee for the Fourth Senatorial District, will address the voters ol Roanoke county at the Court-house in Salem. on Monday, October the 19th, 1801, (county court day.) It is to he li >po?l that there will be a full attendance of the citizens of the County to hear tlii.s |M>|>tilar champion of Democracy. A. M. Howm\n, County Chairman. TEE REPUBLICAN " KICSIERC." I uder the chairmanship of ex Son ator John F. l/'wlg, the Committee of On? Hundred appointed at the recent kickers' Republican convention met in Washington City Tuesday and issued an address to the Republican voters of Virginia. It rehearses the reas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

VOL. 2(5. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 16, 1891. NO. 18. f Published by request.] VAN BENNETT. SPEECH AT BUTLER. INDIANA, JUNE 3, 1891. The Church and Its Relation to tho Liquor Traffic. [Continued from la??t week.] I cannot better show tin* relation ol the Church toward the liquor traffic than by quoting Oliver Johnson's description of the Church's relation to slavery, changing the words slave and slavery to the words liquor and liquor tratlic. IIe said: The various denomination* are active in exerting their ingenuity to evade the subject entirely; and when this is found to be impossible they all alike make their action as Feeble and mcaningieHs as lav In their |M>\vor. When public opinion compel* them as it sometimes does, to take some sort of action that would seem to he " anti-saloon," they would usuallv put In such a sliai?e as to amount to littfc or nothing; in snort, mere buncombe? A regular Murphy movement, a revival in temperance, to get al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

ROBBERS BESIE0EB IN A CAVE. I I TllKlIt HKNDK/.Vors ACCI l>KNTA I.I.V l>|SCOVKRKI> BY MIXKR*. Deputy I"niteil Slates Marshal Thomas, of Springfield, Mo., a despatch from that place says, lias just returned from Stone county, Mo., and confirms the sensational rumor of the adventure of the Colorado miners who discovered a few days ago a hand of outlaws concealed in a cave at White River Hills, near the Arkansas border. They entered one of the numerous caves in the southern part of Stone county in search of the traditional Spanish silver mines of southwest Missouri, which so many silver miners have sought in vain since the acquisition of this territory by the United States. While exploring the cave the light from the torches of the miners suddenly revealed just ahead of the party four bright Winchester ritlcs leaning against the rocky walls of the cavern. In an listant four well-dressed men sprang from a place of concealment, and seizing the guns, level...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

?THE? <&imc$-|Ugiotcr. Fill PAY, OCTOKKB 1?, ls?)l. Entered at the Pnstotllce, in Salem, Va. us second-class mutter. LOO A.a. i? ai p I 0 0 F. , Salem I.m<!v?c. \ i>*>, niedv evi-rv in<(My Illicit at s |< ti? iii their !?? !i>? r <>i over tin* t' wii hull. Visiting hr>.<ti>.!s ' goo I standing uu- invited t?? attend. J. O. II Calmer, N. <i Titos. I!. Boo*, Secretary. ug7-tf Salem Encampment No. 3C Meets everv Friday night at h p. m. in the i subordinate 1?h1h?* room over the town hull. Visiting putriarchs in good standing ore in-1 vited to attendA. 11 Mauek, Chief Patriarch. Tiios. 11. Boon, Secretary. ug7-tf Republican M.ass-Mcoting. A muss-meeting of the Republicans of this I Senatorial District, com|ioscd of the counties j of Montgomery, Craig, Kounoke and Itoanoke Citv, will be held in Salem Monday, October IlKli, County Court...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 October 1891

h Beet iajjar Factory. The meeting in Staunton of the ('ouuty Farmers' Alliance fast Iridav, was ??i?*? of t!??? most practically important that it has I??>1<! and tin* address ami oiler made thereby Mr. O. lv. Lapluiiu, if seconded bv our farmers, may prove tin- means of furnishing to our people a new and profitable industry. The points in Mr. Iinpliaui ? ??t"?*r m-t\ be summed lip as follow - ; 1. lleolTi'rs to build and shut a l>( et sugar factory of tin- capacity of I i'? to " >n t n* of beets a day. provid ed the farmers of Augusta plant 1,500 acres or more of beets >o us to give him the produce to work on. lie will himself furnish the seed* for the Ihh ts and the fertilize! for the land and take his pay in beets after they are raised lie will pay the market price, generally-averaging from ->l t<> ft <>ii per ton torthe beets, which with the average yield of 15 tons to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

VOL. -26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNT!. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, |?9I. 9b~ NO. 19. TKe Txrruss-F^egistcr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 ykar, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three month*. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D 1HMTOKN. It. J. 1\ KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Okfick?lu Dillard & Persinger's new building on College avenue. Room No. t?. may 8-lui D R. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND 8URGE0N, Ornnt?in Comp's Phattmacv. illen block, - . SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, ? SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the pubc. ( Mli< ?? <ijt|Mwite court-house above Waler boon's cigar store; Residence, in W<-st Jaleni. aug 2- tf J^R. P. B. 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. OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

?Til Elimcsi - ^cgisitct. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1801. CHAS. I). DEN IT. Editor. FRANK G. WKHHKU. AssociATK. Democratic Ticket. For thk Bknatk. Hon. J. W. Marshall, Ok Craig Coukty. For thk Housk ok Dki.kqatks: M. C. Thomas, Ksq., Ok Roanokk City. A special dispatch to the press says that Mrs. A. Dodge, an inmate of the poorhouse of Butte, Montana, and 80 year* of age, received notice recently that she Ik the heir to an estate valued at #8,000,000 in England. We are satisfied that her relations have treated her badly, and the TimksRkuistku suggests to Mrs. Dodge that she get her revenge on them by making us her heirs. That would break their wicked hearts and make us awful glad ! To-morrow (Saturday) is the last day 011 which you can register in order to vote at the coming election. Register now, if you have not already done so. Let any man, savs the Waynesboro Times, visit the new towns of Virginia and think of the year's work. In the majority of cases, no fairminded man can doubt that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

?! ? iiio. ?? o ; r.'ci.i .1011 VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 189]. NO. 19. A YOUNG MAN SAVED. WHAT STARTED JULIUS MAY ON A SUCCESSFUL OABEEB. .Julius May was a lawyer?that is, he was going to be one?if spending more or less hours every day in Reed & Trappon's oflice could produce the arranged-for result. At first the prospect had been pleasant enough to him, but a course of winter amusements in New York must have some effect upon a young man, and the effect in Mr. May's case had not been, in legal sense, satisfactory. Music and the drama, libraries bound in Russia, instead of calf; line ladies and fancy balls, London tailors and Fifth avenue boardinghouses?these, and many others splendid things had become very agreeable to the newly fledged exquisite. Hut his little fortune was rapidly disappearing, and his little salary was so extremely small that it was scarcely worth counting as a means toward these desired results : What must he do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

JESUS, LOVER OF MY SOUL. 'I lii< liynin is acknowledged to be the most generally accepted and beloveu of jill Christian hymns. It is said that one day, in tho year 17 to, Charles Wesley was sitting at his desk iti his room when a little bird pursued by a hawk Mew into the room and took refuge in his bosom. 1 he poet took up his j>en and wrote these immortal verses. Henry Ward Beecher, in speaking of his father's love for this hymn, once said : ? I would rather have written that hymn of Wesley's, < Jesns, trover of My Soul,' than to have tin-fame of all the kings that ever juled on the earth. It is more glorious. It has more power in it. I would rather be the author of that hymn than hold the wealth cf the richest man in New York. He is dead, and does not know it. He will pass after a little w hile out of mens thoughts. hat will there be to say of him? What will he have done that will stop trouble or encourage ^iope ? His money will go to his heirs, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

?THE-limes-gle^btct. FRIDAY, OCTOBRB 23,1801. Sutured at the Postotflee, in Salem. Va. as second-clasm matter. LOO A.Hi AFF AIPS X. 0 0. F. Aalem l/Hlge, No. ipu, meets every Tuesday night at 8 p. ni. in their lodge room over the t?.wn hall. Visiting brothers in go<xt standing are invited to Httend. J. O. 11 Palmbk, N. <J. Tuos. K. Boon, Secretary. ag<-tf Salem Encampment No. 36 Meets every Friday night at 8 p. m. in the subordinate lodge room over the town hall. Visiting patriarchs in good standing are invited to attend. A. H. Maorr, Chief Patriarch. Tnos. R. Hook, Secretary. ag7-tf PUBLIC SPEAKIN&. Hons. Jas. W. Marshall and M. C. Thomas, the Democratic nominees for the Senate \ and House of Delegates, will address the people as follows: Bent Mountain, Wednesday, October 28. at 2 p. in. Poage's Mill, Wednesday, tOctober '28, at 7:.'fc) p. m. Ret! Hill, Thursday, October 29, at 2 |>. m. A full attendance of the voters in respe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 October 1891

The Appling County Soer. Baxi.ky. ?a., October It.?The writer lias just returned from the residence of " Doctor" Hill Morris, who, if he lives, will l>e one hundred years of age the first day of April, lsirj. lie is a native South Carolinian, but has been a resident of Applii)|? for the last fifty years, enquired in farming, doctoring the afflicted ami telling fortunes. For the latter service Ins charges range from one to ten dollars and four quarts of rye liquor and a spool of thread. Til K Y A Mi BKIjIKY K IN 1IIM His patients have the utmost conll clenee in him. and will haul out tlieir last dime as compensation for medi cal service rendered. lie can neithei read nor write, but is a remarkable conversationalist, and luis a pack ol (irecian cards which he tells his ered ulous patrons are ninety years old, ami that there is but one other pack like them in the world. Not only ne grocs, but whit? people from every where come to consult with him, %?ftener with reference to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

VOL. 26. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30, 1891. The Txmes-F^eg*usicr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT ft.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & P.G.WEBBER, Owners ami Publishers. doctors. JQR. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND 8UKGKON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. 'Vrit:*? In Dillurd ?fe Persiuger's new budding on ?'o:'ege avenue. Room No. '> ? s. + nuty Ma T. M. HAIRD, Du 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Officb?In Cump's Pharmacy. Vllen Block, - - SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his prufmional services to the pube. < UHi o ojijMisiti' I'ourt-hoii.Ho iihovi-Wul-er Boon's cigar store; Residence, in Wewt Jaleiu. aug 2-tf jQU. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. ! 400 Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 13ft. aug 20 J. J. SHANKS, M. I)., Having located in Sa'*mi. offers his i>ro- ! fessiontd services to the citizens of Salem i nixl its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critz B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

?T1IK? <Timco - FRIDAY. OCTOBER IK'JI. rrzz. ~ ~ CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK ?. WEBBER, Associatk. Democratic Ticket. For tiik Sknatk : lion. J. W. Marshall, Ok Craig County. For yhk Housk ok Dkukoatks: M. C. Thomas. Or IIoasokk City. A yalMftC/T "TTASITIITO. The conduct of Hob MorriH ami some of his colored chums, toward the oflicers of Saleiu in the discharge of their duty last Friday evening, as reported in our local columns, came very near resulting in what might have been a serious rupture between the white people and the colored obstructionists. Such conduct is becoming entirely too common of late, and while the Timks-Rkuistkr is the friend of the colored people, and will help them at all times to secure justice where it is deserved, the paper feels justified in warning tliem not to interfere with the olllcers again when arresting an unruly member of their race, for the law-abiding citizens of Salem arc determined to stand by their officers in maintaining good ord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

SALEM. THE REAL MOTHER IN LAW. Who was it taught ni.v wife to l>ake A loaf"of broad or fancy cake, An 1 upiHjtiiing dishes make "' My mother in law. Who was it. when my wife was ill. Bestowed upon her rare and skill, And saveu to me a nurse's hill? My mother in 1 iw. Who then my little ones prcjuired Kach morn for school, who for the ed An 1 a'l their little sorrows shared? My mother in law. Who was it, when their prayers wcrcsaid, So snugly tucked them into bed. And, till they slept, beside them staid? My mother in law. Who of my clothing then took care. Who overlooked my underwear And kept each garment in repair? My mother in law. Who oft to me her aid has lent To buy the coal and pay the rent ? Who'd gladly see me President? My mother in law. A loving grandmother is she. A generous friend she's been to me. Forever honored let her be, My mother in law. ?[Boston Courier. A LD A. " I never was so flabbergasted in my life!" said Miss Miriam Mills. " So?what?" queried the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

WHAT 13 A GENTLEMAN! What is a gentleman ' ?s .t :i tiling Pecked with a scarf pin. a chain. and nug. I>r**vscd in a unit of immaculate -tyle. Si??rtuig an eye-glas>. a lisp. ami a sniilo. Talking of o|?eras. concert* un?l balls, I".v? n i?g assemblies ami aflerno >ti calls. Sunning himself at "At Utnu?> ami bazars. Whittling mazurkas, ami smoking cigars? What is a gentleman " Say, is it one H >.? sting <?t conquests ami deetls he has done? unc who luibhishiugly glories to speak Things which should call up a Hush to his check One. who, whilst railing at actions unjust. Kohs some young heart of his pureness ami trust.. Scorns to steal money, or jewels. or wealth. Think- it no crime t<? take honor by -tcalth? What is a geut!etm it ? Is it not one Knowing instinctively what heshouldshttn, Shaking no word that can injure or pain. Spreading no scandal ami deep'nlng no stain ? Oqe who knows how Co put each at his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

THE $ime0-?Ugi$tev. FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 30, 1891. Entered at the Poetofflce, in Salem, Vn. us seooud-clasa matter. local affaips i. o o. r. Salem I/)dse, No. loo, meets every Tues*day night at 8 p. in. in their lodge nxmi over the t?.wn hall. Visiting brother? in good standing are invited to attend. J. O. It Pai.mem, N. (!. Titos. H. Boos, Secretary. ag7-tf Salem Encampciont No. 36 Meets every Friday night at 8 p. in. in the subordinate lodge room over the town h*U Visiting |?itriarchs in good .standing are invited to attend. A. 11. Maokx, Chief Patriarch. Titos. R. Boon, Secretary. ag7-tf TAXES I TAXES!! Tintaxes for the Town of Salem, for the year 1891, are now in mv hands forcollection. If not i?aid before December 1st live jiereent. i*MiRlty will be added. ?x"t23<t J. 11. Fiukk, S. T. S. Skasonkd Cohd Wood, and Pocahontas coal, in any quantity, furnished by Wilkinson & Walrlen, Calhoun street. Ortkra ran b? left at /. H. Camper A Co's., Main"street. oct 23 Imo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 October 1891

Chicago on a trust of Clay. AMI SlIOl 1.1) tuk clay cavk in THKItK*l> Bit A WOBFFL CATACLYSM. " I'luh r existing contlitions,*' said (ienoral l-'it* Simons, of Chicago, to a Trihuiu' interviewer in that city, " 1 would UOt Invent a cent in on? of tliofc tail office building** twing erect cd down town. Chicago is uow confronted with u very aeriotm problem. While 1 mid not an alarmist I must s iy that a grave danger exists from the i>ifcrbuildings."" " Chicago is practically ailoat. We are resting upon a seuii-Ntlid mass which is covered by a crust only sixteen feet thick The pressure of the tall buildings upon this seiui flui<I mass has a tendency to force this sub stance upon either Hide. It's just like plaoing a brick in a pan of dough. The brick sinks down and the dough rises up on nil sides ??f it The same thing must happen with the buildings. As I said before, the crust, which is of tough clay, is sixteen feet thick. Heneatti this there is a soft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 November 1891

True Times-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.30 YKAR, Strictly Cash lit Advance (or $2 if paid within throe months. OH AS. D. DEN IT & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IMMTORS. jjli. J. P.KlLLiAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 8A I.KM, .... VIRGINIA. Office? In Dillard t'eninner's new building on Collide avenue. Room No. 0. may H-lm II. T. K. ?.B4ISJ> . PRJici\K Atfiy~kvriu;Kotc, ... * **? Officii?In rotnp'n Pharmacy. VHon Hlock, - - SALEM, VA. | JR. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offer* bis professional services* to the imbc. < >lli< e opposite court-house above \Valer Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West ialern. aug 2-tf m j^R. F. E. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 10C Jefferson street, ROANOKE, VA. Telephone 188. aug 18 J. J. SHANKS, M. D., Having located in Salem, offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and its vicinity. OFFICE?In Critt Building (Ujwtairs). LAWTKM. yy (r.PENlVLETtjTN, ATTORNE...

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