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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 April 1893

?imcs FRIDAY. APRIL II. ISM. CHArt. D. DEN IT. Editou. FRANK t*. WEBBER, Asrfoctatk. LET IT BE HARMONIOUS. The Democratic mass-meeting on Saturday will be a large one, ami the Timks-Kkgistkh ho{>es it will be a harmonious one. The result of that meeting will practically deckle who the nominee of Monday'* convention will be, and an that nominee will be entitled to the support of ?very one who bikes part in the meeting, it in earnestly hoped that good feeling will prevail among the friends of the rival candidate*, and that the choice of the majority shall be the candidates of all. WILL IT BE A BANNER YEAR] Keep your eyes on the sweet, sunny South. This will be its banner year, if the present iudieations are not entirely at fault.?Washington News. Upon uliat foundation these predictions are based would determine the careful reader more thoroughly as to their correctness. Even with probable big crops of grain, cotton, tobacco and fruit, the South will be far from prosperous w...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 April 1893

(ftimcs-^cgistct. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1803. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va. 'ix second-class matter. >OA.L AFFAIFS BROWN'S BARGAIN HOUSE. We have added lines of Ladies' White Muslin Underwear, Babies' Dresses, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose, Ladies Gauzo Underwear, Corsets, Handkerchiefs and Windsor Ties. Men's Socks, Colored and White Shirts, Night Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Ties and Hows and Furnishings generally. Embroideries, Laces and Staple and Fancy Notions. Table Damask, Napkius, Doylies and Counterpanes. We propose to sell these goods at the same low prices tnat have made our reputation in other lines. BROWN S BAIWAIN HOUSE. Oppo. Farmers Nat. Bank, SALEM, VA. 1HKKKHY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANdldate for re-election as Constable of Km lom <li?triot, subject to the nomination by a Democratic convention If one Is held ; and if j elected I pledge a faithful discharge of the duties of the office. Most respectfully, J. O. LOYD. TO TI1B VOTBR8 OP ROA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 April 1893

qv>p\lnan begged gtor ? ki^s, she jjgmk1(9it' Sftfcyin Liniment removes ^<&'calloused lumps and blem'horses, blood spavins, curl*, &^H?Unt^.sVeen?y, ring-bone, stifles, sprains. ^gdTswoolen throats, coughs, etc. Save $60 <?2by use of one bottle. Warranted the most ??" wonderful blemish cure ever known. Bold by Dillard ?fc Persinger, druggists, Salem, Va. uovll-6mo Tho Value of Constancy. The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone ; The constant gnaw of Towser Musticates the toughest bone; The constant cooing lover Carries off the blushing maid ; And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the trade. Itch on humans and horses and all animals cured in 30 minutes by W oo!ford's Sanitarv I<otion. This never fails. Bold by Dillard'ft Persinger, druggists, Salem. Va. nivll-Buo rpRUSTEESSALK. Whereas, by deed of trust, executed by New York Building and Improvement (V>? to H. II. Iioomis, trustee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 April 1893

NO. 41 Trifc Tvrn.es-I^egxster. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 TKAK, Strictly Cash iu Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. IKK TO Its. T. II. H. DILLAftD, M. I?. | M. C. STRICKLAND, M. 1?. JQUS. DILLARD & STRICKLAND PHY8ICIANS & SURGEONS, Offer their professional services to thcpeopls of Salem and vicinity. Calls promptly attended at all hours. In ofliceexcept when professionally engaged. Special attention paid to chronic diseases, caturrh, ?fcc. OFFICE?Over Postofilce, in Oillard A Fcrsingcr building. nov4-3m Du . J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON. SALEM, - - - VIRGINIA. OrricK?Hartigan Drug Co.'s pharmacy, Alton Block, West Main St. inyK-lm D R. LEWIS G. PEDIGO Respectfully offers It is professional services to t lie citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of tlie brain and nervous system. OrriCK?HOTEL SALEM. Il-tf" ltooms and board in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 April 1893

iimcs-f&qtstcr. FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 18w. CHAS. I). DEN IT, Editor. FRANK u. WEBBER, Associatk. STANDING FIRM AND TRUE. From conversations with reliable gentlemen from various parts of the county the Timks-Rkoistkr is convinced that Judge W. Grifllu, the Democratic nominee for clerk of courts, will be cordially supported by the yeomanry iu the party, who do not regard that there is any "split " in the party ranks, simply because there was a warm and vigorous contest for the nomination. In nearlv every case those talked to expressed themselves as confident that had Judge Griffin been defeated for the nomination lie would have given his successful competitor a cordial support, and while many of them favored the nomination of Mr. McCauley, they are now giving the nomine* the benefit of their influence, and they expect Mr. McCauley to do likewise. It would be a poor return for the support the Democracy of Koanokecounty has given him iu the twenty-eight years past, the |&amp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 April 1893

limes-lteflieitet. FRIDAY, APRIL 2S, 18M. Entered at the l'ostofllce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS Special Priceson Mnslin Underwear. Ladies' Mother Hubbard Gowns, fair quality Muslin, yoke trimmed with Torchon Luce, . Price 44c. Better quality Muslin Gown, with four clusters of tucks on bosom, neck, bosom and sleeves trimmed with Cambric ruffle, . Price 53c. Masonville Muslin, more elaborately trimmed, . . . Price 90c. Ladies' Muslin Skirt, good quality Muslin, three wide tncks and seven inch Cambric ruffle, . 44c. Better quality Muslin and more trimming, . . Price 75 and 91c. Toadies' Muslin Drawers, three wide tucks and lace edge trimming, . ? . Price per pair 25c. Better goods and handsomely trimmed, . . . Price GG & 72c. Children's long and short dresses, good quality Cambric, yoke front, box pleated back, 2J inch hem on bottom, line cluster of tucks on yoke, neck and sleeves, trimmed with wide row ri Hamburg edging and \?ide sash, only 55c. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 April 1893

A GREAT UPHEAVAL. The t'liicago Sun lias this rcmarkabio item : " A tow days ago a groat upheaval took place iu Oberlin, O., collo(jo. About forty students of both sexes woro either lined or else told they had better take a little vacation. Drinking and card-playing are said to bo the causes of expulsion, while the girls were charged with opium eating and tiling of that nature. To add to the disgrace already established, the students covered Professors Peek's front yard with beer l>ottles, Masks and playing cards.? Hoys will bo boys and it seems that girls will be tfiris, but there is something very loose in a college management too bliml to see such practices, or too lax to stop them before such a disgraceful termination." The readier a man is to seek and find evil in others the more evil there is in his own heart. He who is alert at all times to defect dissipation, to gather scandal, is a drunkard and a libertiiue at heart. All he needs is an opportunity to surpass in h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 May 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MYY 5. 1893 ? ? 41 1.1 - - ' -1 ? ? - ; , i r\s Times-Reg-us-ber. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, .. _ AT $1.50 YKAH, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publisher*. DOCTOBA. T. II. B. DILLARD, M. I?. | M.C. STRICKLAND, M. D. J^KS. DILLARD & STRICKLAND PHYSICIANS BURGEONS, Offer their professional services to the people of Salem an<! vicinity. Culls promptly attended at all hours. In otBceexcept when professionally engaged. Special attention paid to chronic diseases, catarrh, Ac. OFFICE?Over Postotlicc, in Dillard A Persinger building. novt-.'hn D U. LEWIS (i. PEDIQO Respcctfuily oflers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of the hrain and nervous system. (>rm-K?HOTEL SALEM. [HF~ Rooms and hoard in hotel for nonresident patients. 1 nov25-tf UWTlMt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 May 1893

Iimc0-|tegi0ter. FKl DAY. MAY 5. 18921. UEMT WKIIIIKK. PuMlnhcrn. ME. McCAULEY S COUSSE. In another column of to-day's Ti.mks-Rkcustkk Mr. Wiu. McCauley announces himself a candidate for clerk of courts, independently, after ImvlugKlven his solemn pledge to the committee of gentlemen who waited upon hiiu. to abide by the action of the Democratic convention, and the efforts of his friends, in their statement elsewhere, to justify his actton, will prove a boomerang greater than they ever imagined. Mr. McCauley, to the surprise of his true friends, doubtless to the mortification of many, would cow, in the course he is pursuing, disrupt the party, which for twenty-seven long years has heaped honor and riches u|K>u liitu. From what source can lie hope to get his support t Not from the rank and ftle of Democracy, surely, for they will support the regular nominee ; not from the " Republicans and negroes," for that 44 dark cloud " his friends saw in their nightmare will never be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 May 1893

iimes-glegisitcr. FRIDAY, MAY 5. 1893. 0lnu>r<?1 at the Pofltoffic* in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. local affaips Special Priceson Muslin Underwear. Ladies' Mother Hubbard Gowns, fair quality Muslin, yoke trimmed with Torchon Lace, . Price 44c. Better quality Muslin Gown, with four clusters of tucks on bosom, neck, bosom and sleeves trimmed with Cambric ruffle, . Price 53c. Masonville Muslin, more elaborately trimmed, . . . Price 90c. Ladies' Muslin Skirt, good qual ity Muslin, three wide tucks and seven inch Cambric ruffle, . 44c. Better quality Muslin and more trimming, . . Price 75 and 91c. Ladies' Muslin Drawers, three wide tucks and lace edge trimming, . * . Price per pair 25c. Better goods and handsomely trimmed, . . . Price 00 & Tier Children's long and short dresses, good quality Cambric, yoke front, box pleated back, 21 inch hem on bottom, fine cluster of tucks on yoke, neck and sleeves, trimmed with wide row of Hamburg edging and wid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 May 1893

IANE3EAKINS IN THE MOBBING. S|n?ulvi?-:; of "littjo 11 i.ithat weetoi lifts." lli(M Eiih)1)*K havt> a I lUtiJtlb i<< 111?* matterof h.-uulsltakiiur. i >ne ftcniv a tcood deal trom tiino to ime. nhout hhkkiiw htuVis beiiitf form, .hen u^ttn not li^tue form, iiixl Ik thinkiu? w hat a vapid jnOMmnlrT flnitr on a par with JUttt style o{ hundsh.ikin;; that was ntroduoed BV'it tWIf uml.T a fashionihle aru?. Hut, to U^k jt??*W?e English, lu iuriry ~ pjjMle ?lass'or'an "forranc it mllie custom or every oik; to shake hands with ?very one else when they separate .it light. The children of tlie h(MU? <a>uie nto tiie bteakft?t room, am! instead ?f sliding into place at the table with i mummed " Uodl morninir." they greet father ami mother with a kiss >n the cheek ami a cheery " <?ood morning, papa," ami u (iood worning, mamma," and then go throusb the *amu little ceremony with brothers uul sisters, giving to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 May 1893

?? 5 VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 12, 1893 Tn? Times- [Register. IS PUBLISH KD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT #1.50 YK A II, Strictly Cash iu Advance (or #2 if paid withiu three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBBER, Owner* ami Publisher*. IHMTOHK. T. It. B. DILLARD. M. D. | M. C. STRICKLAND, M. I?. J^US DILLARD & STRICKLAND PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS, Offer their professional services to the people of Sulem and vicinity. Calls promptly attended at all hours. In olllce except when professionally engaged. Special attention paid to chronic diseases, catarrh, Ac. OFFICE?Over Postotlice, in l>illar?l ?.* iKW?K?-*r building. nov4-3m I) R. LEWIS G. PEDIGO Kcsppctfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of the brain and nervous system. (>, kick?HOTKL SA LKM. (I-tf Rooms and board in hotel for nonresident patients.] nov'25-tf UWYERH. A. B. PUGII. W. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 May 1893

limeG^ci|iGtcr. FRIDAY. MAY 12. 189X VKMT ?V WKItltKK, r?il?llt?l?cr*. A CRYING SUAKE. As will !??' seen from his card else where ill t?> (lay S I IMKS HKOISI Kit iI became iii'rt'fsiry for .1 iidjii''' i i'liu t< proper! v brand the false ctiitcliit'iil started by some of his opponents. that he wild nu infidel, ft non-believer ii the God of his creation. This state iii**111 1ms boon industriously olroulat od by some of Mr. McCauloy s sup porters in the hope ol benefiting tin latter, but uo oau*e or candidate evei prospered by defaming the charactei of the opposition candidate, ami tin charge will prove a booiueraug t(> i'-s repeaters. Born in our uiidst and reared by christian parents ; beloved by a with circle ol admiring friends. J udge tirif tni can alTord to burl this charge bacV into the teeth of its authors, whc have strengthened rather than weak oned his eandidaoy. For years lie has held the responsi hie position of Judge of our county court ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 May 1893

FRIDAY. MAY 13. 18M. Entered at the PoHtotllce, in 8alem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL -AJFIF-A.IT'S Special Priceson Muslin Underwear, Ladies' Mother Hubbard Gowns, fairqualitv Muslin, yoke trimmed with Torchon Lace, . Price 44c. Better quality Muslin (town, with four clusters of tucks 011 bosom, neck, bosom and sleeves trimmed with Cambric ruffle, . Price 5:ie. Masonville Muslin, more elaborately trimmed, . . . Price l>Oc. Indies' Muslin Skirt, good quality Muslin, three wide tucks and seven inch Cambric ruffle, . 44c. Better quality Muslin and more trimming, . . Price 75 and 01c. Ladies' Muslin Drawers, three wide tucks and lace edge trimming, . ? . Price per pair 25c. Better goods and handsomely trimmed, . . . Pricc 00 & I'ic. Children's long and short dresses, good quality Cambric, yoke front, box pleated back, 21 inch hem on bottom, fine cluster of tucks on yoke, neck and sleeves, trimmed with wide row of Hamburg edging and wide sash, only I We buy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 May 1893

rH? COST or bbingxng up girls. "The reason a man is so delighted because the little stranger is a boy is not because he jhinks his own <ex so far superior to ours, but be?ause bo knows how much Im e\;>eusc ami responsibility j* boy's bring ing up entails." said a pretty young moth or, with a decided air of wisdom that left no room for nrguuieut. "A Ljirl is a constant source of anxiety From the cradle to the grave. Of course the training of a boy Iik?*\vit??? is a great responsibility to the par i?nts, but so many things are condoned in the son that would forever brand the daughter that there is where the great secret of the joy always expressed at the birth of a boy coiues in. "Then look at their clothes. A, little boy has twoor three suits, leath- I er leggings, a little pea jacket and a tain, and he is just as well dressed as j any of the other small nabobs in the neighborhood. You cannot, if you try, make him auything more than a stylish little chap, whose ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 May 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 19. 1893 Trifc TvrT\S3-F\e9\ster. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 Y K All, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN1T& P.O. WEBBER, Owner* und Publisher**. IMK'rORN. T. II. ?. DILLARD, M. D. | M. C. BTRICKLAMl), M. l?. JQUS DILLARD& STRICKLAND PHYSICIANS & BURGEONS, OfTer their professional services to thepeople of Salem und vicinity, ("alls promptly attended at nil hours. In officeexcept when professionally engaged. special attention paid to chronic diseases, catarrh, Ac. OFFICE?Over Postofhce, in Dillard *.V Perainger building. nov4-3tu D R. LEWIS G. PEDIGO Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cast's-?diseases of the hrain ami nervous system. Officb? HOTEL SALEM. Rooms and board in hotel for nonresident patients.) BOlK'tf LAWTEM. a. u. pcoii. w. w. Morrrrr jpiIGH &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 May 1893

limes-leister. Pitt DAY, MAY 1U. 1S?:$. ItKNIT .V WKItHKlt. I'uMlslins. FROM NOW ON- WORK. From now until the polls close next Thursday the contest for the clerkship will grow warmer and warmer,but we hope more good-natured each day. The Timks-Rkoistkh, believes that Judge Griffin, the nominee, will come out of the fight triumphant, and succeed Mr. MeCauiey, who has, for more than a quarter of a century, been clerk of the courts of this county.* For the position the TiMKS Rmii.-t-tkk has taken it has no apology to offer, it Ikih always supported the nominees of its party, because they have always been good meu and competent to discharge the duties of the positions they sought. It is so in the present instance, and that's why we are supporting Judge Griffin. For Mr. MeCauiey the Timks-Rxhis-tbu always has and always will, entertain the very kindest of feelings ; in fact, we love every bone in his body, and had he been the nominee we should have given him the most cordial support, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 May 1893

$imes Ulster. FRIDAY, MAY 10, ItftMJ. Entered at the I'ostottlce, in Salem, Va. as second-class uiatter. *VOO/VA-*P"P A.IPS A DEEP CUT. Two-quart; Gem Ice-Cream Freezer, $1.49. Three-quart Gem Ice-Cream Freezer, .$178. Four-quart Gem Ice-Cream Freezer, $2.18. Six-quart Gem Ice-Cream Freezer, $2.77. 12 inch cut Sunbeam Lawn Mower, $3.75 14 inch cut Sunbeam Luwu Mower, $4.13. 16 inch cut Sunbeam Lawn Mower, $4.50 10 inch Rubber Roll Clothes Wringer, $2,00' this is the $8 00 kind. Garden Hoes from 20 to 50 ?elite each. Garden Rakes from 20 U. 40 cents each. 'I hese are special prices and can't be had only at Brown's Bargain House. Oppo. Farmers Nut. Hank, 8ALKM.VA. AT THK EARNEST SOLICITATION OP my friends ( hereby announce myxelf a candidate for CONST AII '?E of 1 'uve Spring District, Itimnuke county: ami if elected I pleditca faithful jtorformanco of tlic duties of the office. Very respect fully, D. T. llIiACKWBLL. 1 IHKllEBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANdldatc for re election sis Constable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 May 1893

Tho Value of Constancy. Tho constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone: Tho constant gnaw of Towser Maslicnlcw tho toughest hone; The constant cooing lover < ,'arries off the blushing maid ; And the constant advertiser Is the one who pets the trade. Shipping taps arc Fill all things?not par ticulariy handsome, either, hut very useful; necessary, in fact. We have sonic on hand that we want ?<? pot rid of?at a lair profit. Come in and learn what we consider a fair profit. A Shrewd Business-Man. Ha lien grocer <to youou uiaii who has applied for n position *: Are von a married man ? Applicant: No Nir; I am not married. , Grocer : Then you will not do. 1 prefer to employ married men. They are not in such an all*fired hurry to knock off work in the evening. They have tot through courting. One Hundred and Twelve Miles an Hour. Buffalo, N. Y., May 11.?The New York Central's new engine, No 000, yesterday, between Rochester and this city, made a mile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 June 1893

VOL. 27. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1893 NO. 45. True Tvmes-l^eqxsier. IS published" EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 TKAH. Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publisher*. norroRN. T. II. B. PILLARO, M. D. | M. C. 8T rick I. AND, M. I). J^KS. DILLARD& STRICKLAND physicians & SURGEONS, Offer their professional services to thei>eople of Salem and vicinity. Calls promptly attended at all honrs. In office except when professionally engaged. Special attention paid to chron'T disease*, catarrh, &c. OFFICE?Over Postofflce, in Dillard Persinger building. nov4-3m T>R LEWIS G. FHOT0O Respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Salem and vicinity. Practice limited to chronic cases?diseases of the brain and nervous system. Orric*? HOTEL SALEM. (MT* Rooms and board in hotel for nonresident patients.] nov25-tf LAWTGRN....

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