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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1893

FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1*9:5. CtlAK. I). DENIT. KniTOlt. FRANK (i. WKBHKR, Associatk. MORE ABOUT TENSIONS. A week or two ago in giving the summary of tlio mcwmre introduced by Congressman Wheeler, of Michigan. into Congress, authorizing the publicationof offi<jal lists of pensioners. theTlMKH Rk?jISTKIt thought tho idea an original oue with Mr. Wheeler. Since then the Philadelphia Record has published the following extract from Jackson's message in 1834, which shows that, the grand old Democrat believed in overhauling the pen sion lists, more than half a century ago: " 1 recommend that an actual inspection tliould be made in each state into the circumstances and claims of every person drawing a pension. The honest veteran has nothing to fear from such scrutiny, while the fraudulent claimant will be detected and the public treasury relieved to an amount. I have reason to believe, far greater than lias heretofore been suspected." The Washington I'ost rails attention to the fac...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1893

$ime i- SUgiatcr. , J \M AU 27 4 ?? n> I rtl HI ill* I v'.V' llH*, III CiOO^VIL. AFPAIPS , 11 wind In ??r <!?*? 4'oun'y. n> Mnteaicul I ?!???*? ir-r) I* t'KTKI't-'. huhIiic h iiifH nIhi wmil io l'Ur.- II r idtrrllnfiui'iil* wiit'r* the* will H)ti?li Ihc l.n>a>-?t ?tirabrriif Kondrrn Mionlil lli'iii nib r ? II IS. ltd tnK^ouii-cia-Hn iuatt?*r. ir r i >.v I. flull-^ ?S i Uib?r l?rg??-? i n , ??aw m r - Mil bnrrib' DR. J. KINNEY, Specialist, Eye, Kar, Throat and Nose. Office?Campbell street, over Thompson'! book store, Roanoke, Va. 11 Cuio Can Ton Take a Hint? The proprietors of the Tim rs Rkoistkr, be ing somewhat too mo-'est to dun, trust that after the following slight suggestions have been read and Inwardly dig? sted. they will result in satisfactory additions to their puree: Lives of |H??r men oft remind us, Honest men won't have a chance, The more we work there grow behind us * Bigger patches on our pants. On our p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 January 1893

k MONUMENT, FOR THE SAKE OF " AULD LANG ; SYNE." In behalf of the Monument to the , Private Soldier ami Sailor of the t 01 - | federate States, whose valor ami de- (, votion have won alike the undying \ gratitude of our people and the ad-1. miration ol the world ; and in behalf or the Memorial Mumuiu to be estab-,, lished in the mansion occupied by President Davis as long as the Con-, federacy lasted, this appeal is made,* to which every citizen of the Southern , States is earnestly asked to give s>ib- , pathy and support. It is designed that the monument shall speak for each State of the < on ; federacy, of its sacred love and rev-i ere nee for the dead, the name of each 1 State graven on the stones forming the majestic column upon which will stand the stalwart tlgure of the Confederate Private ; and in the museum, where one may learn the truestoryof that dire struggle, and imbibe the ( spirit of that self suTitiee which gladly gave its all at the call of dutv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 February 1893

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 18.93 NO. 29. Tna. Tvm.es- f^egxsier. IS PUBLISHED kVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash In Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D ihmtorr. T?? < ? STRICKLAND, M. I>. US. DILLARD & STRICKLAND, PHYSICIANS it SURGEON8, Offer tbcir professional services to the people of Salem ami vicinity, tall* promptly attended at all hours. In office except when professionally engaged. fPjjeUU attention i.ui,! to chronic diseases, catarrh, ?c. OFFICE?Over Poatofflce, in Dillard A Persinger building. nov4-8m J^R. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. SALEM; - VIRvWKIA. Ornoc?At II. O. Comp's Pharmacy. Allen Block, near We?t Bridge. Main Street. may 8-1 m jQR. LEWIS G. PEDIGO Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of the brain and nervous system. Orm*?HOTEL SALEM. II #"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 February 1893

o* h\tm FRIDAY. FKHKl'AUY 1S9-S. CHAS. I>. DKN'IT, KniTOit. FRANK U. WKHHER, AssoCIATK. THE FUTURE OF SALEM. The report iuad?? to tin; iVcetit meeting of the stockholders ot the Salem Improvement Company is ? most encouraging one. It shows that tliis Company is in a good financial condition. and that even if we scale down its aggregate assets nearly one half and then deduct its liabilities, the stock is worth its par value, not counting anything at all for the large amount of real estate still held by this < 'oiupany. This is a gratiiying ??\hibit ; and, with the revival of business that in sure to come in the near future, we may confidently expect a considerable enhancement in the value of the property of all kinds held bv this Company. We eoannend the stockholders for their effort to have the affairs of the Company conducted on a more economical basis, and we commend, also, the good sense and loyalty of the officers in consenting In advance of the jneeting to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 February 1893

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1898. Kulvred at the I'ostotlioe, in Saleui. Va. as second-class matter. - . .. ? - ,, , frr L.OO-A.T- AFFAIFS I*- Tin: SALKU TPI i :s- K i:<? I NT e K Kmh l??>ro II* >11 Threo Tluio* nm mittr.% NdhnrrltivrH ns nny Ollirr l*nprr l'nl?llHlit<l lit Mill in or lho County. Any Ntntom?'iit I ' tl"' I'snlmr) In 1'XTHI'i:. Hiiolni'-i iiioii n li? uhiiI to l'lnr?> llirir ' A?l*orH?M?mt'Ul?> Mhcrcllicy will Konoh llio hI .> iiinlirr of K< ???lor* Nlioulil ItflHrMtKr Til IN. FOE HE NT. A suite of Eight (8) nice rooms on Main street (second floor.) lias sewerage connection, water and every convenience on same floor. For terms and other particulars apply at TIM KS-1 {VAi18TKit OFFICE. To Owners of Dogs. The town ordinandi require h license tax of $1.00 on dogs, commencing 1st day of I February. 1898. Tags arc now ready at my ! office. If ordinance is not complied with doga will 1m? killed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 February 1893

The Country Road. Respectfully dedicated aud commended to the proj>cr authorities. The pathway i?f lift' may l>e narrow ami steep; Hut the road thro* the country is steej>er. The pitfalls anil snares that beset us are deep; Hut the mud that surrounds us is There art1 fence rails for bridges ami mini holes for ?lrai ns. Ami hard heads ami boulders for gravel; While broken down wagons on hillsides and plains, Uive warning like ghosts, as we travel. There's little enjoyment in life scattered round. Ami little of profit or pleasure. In roads where the bottom can scarcely be found ? With less than a seven-foot measure. l et u%ek some reform then at once, "ere we lose All trace of our roads from our annals: And make surface roads that the public < an use. < >r else take the underground channels. Kx. YOUTII TIIE GIRLS WON T HAVE. Sunn* ?>| the ladies of Arkansas < 'ity have organized a female prohibitio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA. FRl?l?r MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. 1893 NO. 32, True Tvm.es-Rsqxster. is published" EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YBAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IHMTOKN. T. H B. DII.LAKD, V. I?. | M.C. HT*ICKI.ANI?, M. I?. J^RS. DILLARD& STRICKLAND, PHY8ICIAN8 & SURGEONS. Offer their professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Calls promptly attended at all hours. In oflice except when professionally engaged. S|>ecial attention paid to chronic disease, catarrh, Ac. OFFICE?Over Postoftlce, in Dillard ?? Perfcinger building. nov4-3m D R J. P. KILL1AN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, - - - VIRGINIA. OrricK?Hurtigan Drag Co.'s pharmacy. Allen Hlock, West Main St. myH-lm D R. LEWIS G. PEDIGO Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1893

FRIDAY. FERRl'ARY 24. OH AS. 1?. DENIT, Editoh. FRANK 11. WEBBER, Assm i vtk. THE CABINET" President-elect Cleveland late yesterday evening made an ofllcial announcement of his cabinet, it stands as follows: Walter t4>. Grcsham, of Illinois, seeret ary of State. John (i. Carlisle, of Kentneky secretary of the Treasury. Daniel S. Lainont.of New York,secretary of War. Hillary A. Herbert, of Alabama, secretary of the Navy. Hoke Smith, of Oeorgiu, secretary of the Interior. .1. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, secretary of Agriculture. Willlau S. Hissell, of New York postmaster general. Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, attorney general. The selection of Hillary A. Herbert for the navy has been expected for several days, but Olney's name had not been mentioned in connection with the cabinet, and his selection is a surprise to everybody, particularly to the friends of (ieorge A. Jenks. Hillary A. Herbert, has been in Congress for manv years nud has acted as chairman of the naval c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1893

limes- ? ?w DAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1803. lUMml a'. the Postotfice, in Salem, Va. us secuud-clan matter. >OAL AFF/..IP S tr thk nalcn timkm-*k?imtkr bli4 more (h?n Thru- TIium m ?i??J MubNertlx r. mm mty Olher Paper PuOHotifd ??? Mlfm or the County. Any Vlnlrmnil the t'oiitrnr) I* tlSTHl'E. IttiNlneoN men who w?wt to l'lwee their Advertisement* where thry will K^neli the l<Ai*Kr?t Nnmhemf ?a?der? Mltould Kememh^r THIN. Some Things Everybody Ought To Know. First. That I have added a line of Stationery and Fancy Goods that in quality and cheapness excel. Second. That I have added 5, 10, and 25 cent counters, the bargains on which are regular eye openers. Third. That I haven't gone out of the Hardware business, but am- receiving new goods continually. Fourth. That all these goods are bought for cash and will be sold for cash at the closest possible price. " Those that have money eomo up ami buy, Thoeo that have none stand oil ami ery." Come and sec my bargains, i like t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1893

THE YOUNG BIRD TRAINEE. Many years ago there lived in the i island of Sardinia, a carpenter, whose cutire effects were destoyed by tire, he also lost his life during the conflagration, either I?y lire or in some other way, leaving his wife and two children destitute of any means of, support. The children, a son and - a daughter, were yet small. Little j Francis, the oldest, resolved to do something for the support of his l mother. His object was to catch, tame and teach them many nice tricks, so that he might sell them for j a good price. He tamed partridges and taught them various military! evolutions. He had a favorite bird ealled Hosetta, which was much at-1 tached to her master, he would suffer her to fly far away from her cage, but a whistle or a call from Francis would bring licr suddenly back. lie was getting along prosperously in his new occupation, when a sudden calamity cut him off in the midst of his usefulness. Now there is growing on this island a species of delicious m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 March 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM, llOANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 17, 189) NO. 35. -Tn,s Times-Register. IB PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 TKAH, 8trlctly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owuers and Publishers. D04T0KM. T. II. H. DILLARD, M. D. | M. C. miCKUNP, M. D. J^KS. DILLARD & STRICKLAND, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Offer their professional services to the people of Salem nml vicinity. Calls promptly attended >t all hours. In office?xcepl when profession. :ly engaged. Si>ecial attention paid to c? roi'ic diseases, catarrh, Arc. OFPI\JE?Over Postotllce, in Dillanl & Persinger building. nov4-3m D R. J. P. KILLIAN, I'llYHIL'IAN AND SURGEON. PAl>r M, - * * - VIRGINIA. OrricK-lIartigan Drug Co.'s pharmacy. Allen Rlock, West Main St. myH-liu jyt. LEWIS G. PED1GO Respectfully offers his professional services to the c itizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 March 1893

limes-jRrtjvstcr. FRIDAY. M A R<' II 17. OH AS. D. DBNIT. Editor. FRANK U. WEBBER, Associ\tk. ONE CHAMPION AT LEAST. When it wit8 currently [reported a fen-'days ago that it was the avowed determination of the Administration not to appoint to cilice any newspaper editors we had many expansions of sympathy tendered us. And we are credibly informed that npon those conditions as many as a half-dozen ot our friends offered to apply for the place upon which we had set our longing eyes. NVe were loath to believe, however, that such ingratitude could find a lodgement in the breasts or the magnates of the nation as to debar from the rewards that follow victory, the men who. certainly as much as any other class, have toijed and sacrificed in the good work of bringing again to the helm of the Ship of State the experienced pilot whose knowledge of the reefs and shallows insures a safe and prosperous voyage to the venerable craft. It turns out that the report was unfounded, as we exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 March 1893

Wim$- gUgistet. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1893. Entered at the FontotHce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIP S t tT Til K MAI.KM TIMEN-KEUINTKM tiMM more th<*ii Thrpv Tiuirw mm innik Niibnrrlbrrw an any Other Paper In Nalcm or the Conniy. ?nj NlntfiUfnl t * lh? Coutrnr) In I XTRl'i;. Kimlue** men nho want to l'lae*- lhe<r Advertisement* where they will Krnrb the Ijiremt Nnmberof lt?n?ler* Mliould Heraruibfr Til IN. PLOWS! PLOWS! Buy the Syracuse Plow ! Buy the Syracuse Plow ! Buy the Syracuse Plow! Buy the S>rueuse Plow! Buy the Syracuse Plow ! Buy the Syracuse Plow ! Syracuse Level Lnud! Syracuse lx;vel Lund ! Syracuse Level Laud! Syracuse Jajyc1 I^iiud ! Syracuse Level Laud ! Syracuse Level Lund! Syracuse 11 Ml Side! Syracuse llill hide! Syracuse Hill Side! Syracuse llill Side! Syracuse IliilJ^ide! Syracuse llill hide! Syracuse Siugle and Double Shovels. Syracuse Single and Double Shovels. Syracuse Single and Double Shovels. Syracuse Single...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 March 1893

A Sal) WAHN1N&. A printer sat in his oHico chair: It is shoes were patched ami his coat threadbare; his faee looked weary and Aoili with care. While sadly thinking of business debts, old Mot" pheut* slowly around him crept, and before he knew it he soundly slept ; sleeping he dreamed that he was dead, from trouble and toils his spirit had lied, and that not even a cow bell tolled for the peaceful rest of his cow-hide soul. As lie waudered among the shades, the smoke and the scorch of lower Hades, he shortly ol> served an iron door that ereakingly hung oil its hinges ajar, but the entrance was crossed by a red-hot bar. und Satan himself stood peeping out and watching for travelers thereabout. and to the passing spoke:? " Come in my dear, it shall cost you nothing and never fear; this is the place where 1 cook the oues who never pay their subscription sums, for, though in life they may escape, they will 11 tnl when dead it is too late. 1 will show the place wher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 March 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 1893 NO. 30. Tvmes-Pveg\s,fcer. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1 50 IKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance(or$2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & P.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IMMTOHH. T. II. B. PILLAttP, M. I>. | M.C. BTBICKLAND, M. I>. DILLARD & STRICKLAND, PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS, Offer their professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity, trails promptly attended at all hours. In oNice except when professionally engaged. S|>ecial attention i?aid to chronic diseases, catarrh, Ac. OFFICE?Over Postoftice, in Dillard Sc Persinger building. nov4-3ni J^R. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PA I KM, - - - VIR04NIA. Office?llurtignn I>rug Co.'s pharmacy. Allen Block, West Main St. niy81m R. LEWIS ?. PEDIGO D Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?dise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 March 1893

limes-^istcr. FRIDAY. MARCH 24. 18W. OHAS. D. DKNIT. Editor. FKANK G. WKHBER, AwociATK. GET TO WOEK. Now thnt tin* spring is hero let us with the season take on new life : let ns freshen up our minds and our premises, shake olT the deail sloth of winter and with the bees go to work for ourselves, laying up stores a gainst the next winter. Idle people are a curse to all towns and a crowd of men, white or black, hanging round the street corners, not only do no good for themselves hut convey the impression to strangers that the citizens generally arc lazy and without energy. Idle people are the ones who are loudest in their denunciation of a town ; they feel badly, their livers arc "out of whack*' and they vent their spleen u(>on the community by such statements made in between tobacco spits, as " This town is dead ; Salem ain't no good." These sentiments. if repeated often enough by enough people, will cause the 11 stranger within our gates" to believe it. Better have only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 March 1893

Sime i1. VV. LiAKOH 24, 1898 h,iu.Mo ?.t the PoatotBce, in Salens Va. :** Moond-clas* matter. lVL. AFFAIP8 j.fT THE X4LK* TIME?-??Et>I?T* :J < it* wi??re tk<* Thrw Tl osrn ??? Siii?"?rril?T?? ???y ?lh?r Paper Pofciamh* ? i? ?' MiMlfncNt * * III# (*n?la??n mm wlw wm* ?? I*1*?*'lh#,r A4T?rtiMMMil? wber* ?H?y will *???* ?fc? L?r??at NMb?r?r *???!<? n. fthoal* KMMMlMr flK AlABASTINE. The l>cst wall color reduced from 50 cents per package to 30 cents for white and 33 cents for colors. BROWN'S BARGAIN HOUSE. Oppo. Farmers Nat. Bank, 8ALEM.VA. THKKKBY ANNOUNCE MYSBI.F A CAN 1 didate for re-election an Constable of Sa li?m district, subject to tho nomination br a Democratic convention If one is hold; and if clected I i?led(ic a faithful discharge of the duties of tlie oftoo. Most rwpwUully, J. O- LOYD. riX> THK VOTEHH OF ROANOKE COUNTY. I 1 hereby, moat respectfully, announce mnolf a candidate for tho office of Clerk of the C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 March 1893

3B PLEASANT. It is so much easier to be pleasant than to l>e cross. Of course we do not refer to dyspeptics or to the gouty; we are talking to the healthy. It is far more natural for a girl tobepleasant than it is fur tier to be sour of visage ami crusty of speech. Nature never intended the younj; to be crauky and cross, any more than she intended a robin to bo tt cat, or a bluebell to be a nettle. In the tirst place parents liave much to do with launching disagreeable children into life. They thwart and tease and pester the sweet disposition out of a body, and then wonder why it whines and cries. The unnecessary depriving of a little child of a cherished plaything, for no reason only to suit its mother's whim, is a cruel thing and works a lasting injury. Have you never seen a mite of a youngster, after great difficulty and severe painstaking. vr?'t an empty spool or a harmloss bit of bright colored fabric into its tinv hands, only to have it snatched away by tin unthinki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 April 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 14. 1893 NO. 39. True ixTrtes-l^egxsier. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT |I.50 YK Alt, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F. G WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. INNTORM. T. II. B. DIM.ARU. M. I>. | M. C. STRICKLAND, M. I). J^US. DILLAUD & STRICKLAND PHYSICIANS A BURGEONS. Offer their professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity, ('all* promptly attended at all hours. In office except when professionally engaged. SjHM'ial attention paid to chronic diseases, catarrh, <fcc. OFFICE?Over Postoffice, iu Dillurd A Persinger building. nov4-3m R. J. P. KILLIAN, ? PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 8ALEM, - - - VIRGINIA. Officii?Hartigan Drug Co.'s pharmacy, Allen Mock, West Main St. my8-lm D R. LEWIS G. PEDIQO Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic eases?diseases of the...

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