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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 March 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA* FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1887. NO. 29. ;h <?iuits~%$tQir,ler, (COIISOLIDtTEO.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT *2 PER ANNUM. J. T. CKABTREB. CHA?. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publisher* mill Proprietor*. H - ' - - &l>VKitl'l?ISIU Ki IKS. rrniKloui V4vertl?eMfNl?-tho** running le?s than sixty iUjr?-will be Inserted at tlio rale of 7V)la per square for the tlrst Ina -rllon, and V? .'onl* f??r ?ncii additional In aertlou. Special rate* for a longer period. PrvffitlunHl or other card*, occupyiiik ?nu square, oi less, one year, II2.UU; His months, I7.&0; three months }>.oo. l?iiK?t a I vertlsemeuts subject U? xpec^tl contract. OblliurlM aail frlbnli>< of Kewpeei. *hen they oxceeil ten Hues, will be charged for at the rate of 4 cents per line for all such ? xoess. All t'lii* must be on molal foundation, when they will be lusoried witho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 March 1887

Ifiii gimts-gjlegistw. HIS Jl'ST DUES. Mr. William L. Royall, who. as counsel and the liberally paid agent of the Knglish bondholder* ban given the officials of Virginia so much trouble on account of coupon litigation, was convicted in the Hustings court of Richmond laat Monday of the charge of intimldsting a jury of that court, and sentenced to pay a One of $160. The pugnacious William refused to pay the fine and was compelled to go to jail, where ho spent the night, but the next day be was released on a writ of cm v?wo cu? A ???? ' Bond, of the U 8. Court, who has been Royall'b fHithful ally ever since thl* over the coupons has been going on. There are, we believe, very few people in Virginia who wouul regret to see Judge Bond Bent to Sing Sing during the remainder of his term of office, aud Royall put in Jail until the State debt, coupons and all, have been paid. It is hardly a ground for Hurprise that Virginians should resort to strong measures t o protect themselve* against suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 March 1887

gt'ilem ?imrs-^egislrr. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1887. Kutered at the PuslulBae, in Salem, Vh as second-class mutter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS OroiirrenrpN til itnil Around Nmrni, ?uil County niillrrn Hrirlljr Toltl. Tins PAPEU l^IwriuiTii Nc*K|M|? r ANNOUNCEMENTS. We aw authorized and requested to announce Mr. W. O. Wool) a candidate for COMMISSION BB OF TUB REVENUK (?>i ili** 2nd (or Big Lick) District, subject to I lie action of a Democratic Convention, if oue be held. By request of many voters I announce myself a candidate for CONSTABLE for Salem District, election to take place on the ?ttli Thursday in May, 1887. If elected I pledge myself to attend strictly to business as I hitherto have done. Your roosft ObwUtHt servant. H. A. FORSYTHE. To the Voter? Roanoke County: I hereby announce mvself a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of CI.KICK of the County and Circuit Courts of Roanoke county Ht the election to be held on the 20th day of May uexf. If my experience, and faithfulness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 March 1887

Tidy I p. During the winu r season, even on well ordered farms, many things are liaM?? to j?et out of order at?out the buildings and their immediate surroundings. Hut now i? the time to tidy up Hiui to wt all things in their rit'ht places. leather up all therut?-bi-h and convert to a*hes. Bring the acatlered firewood piles into narrower limits. Scrape up all. the niHtiurial deposits for the com;>OHts. Pick ii|? ail the stones for the washen and gullies. Ki^'ht up nil the fence and gateposts and ram firmly if the ground he Rett led. Nail on nil loom' paling* and hoards ready for the apring whitewashing. Your neigh bors will i>e around viewing your pre m if en to see if youaiecatching on to the ear of progress; and nothing pertaining to a farm in a surer iudex of a live, thrifty, go ahead farmer than order and ueatness about his building*. DllapidHted barns, leaning fences, broken-down gates, uu hinged doom, aud accumulating rub bish in the yards and along the ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 April 1887

NO. 30. -??/<?;? i?inicr,- ii tffi.iler, (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRJDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J. T. CRAB TREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbil<ihpr<i mill Proprietor*. P ? ??' iUVKtll'ladXU K.I I K.V rri?i*<*l?tMl liUfrllxcmt'iiu-HioHC runnlr.< !e .h tti&u sl*ty 'lays?will bo luserleo t the rateof7icl* per wiiwre for llie fir*! In '?rtloil, an<l V> ??eiit-M for ciidh >?<!?!Ittonal lu "Wtlon. Special rate* for a longer period. frofptilouui or oilier carda, occupying ?ne H(|U*re, or le*H, one y??r, 112.00; six moiithv, 17.50; three months i>.oo. i<ongei a IvertUementH uuliject to special contract. nu?t frlbuten of rheu they let. lln?it, will be cha?r?ti far at ttis rate of r? oentc per line for all *uch IXMW. All i'liU must be on metal foundation, when they will be lu*erted without extra aharge. Adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 April 1887

fulfil gititfs-gtQister. (Consolidated August 16,1083.) FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 18S7. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK U. WEBBER, Associate. Salem is one of the most desirable places of residence in Virginia. Nearly every day there are persons here looking after property with a view to locating. If agitation can accomplish any good results, the roads in this county will be certainly improved. We give space to day to a number of communications from different sections of the county on the road question, and do so cheerfully,in the hope that good results will follow from an interchange of opinion on the subject.? But it is time now that we were all learning that the legislature can only make laws, not roads, and under no law whatever can we have good roads unless the |>eopleof the county uuiltdly aid in enforcing the road laws. Both houses of the Legislature have adopted a resolution appointing a commission, composed of three Senators and live Representatives, to confer with a committ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 April 1887

?ulem ($itnes-?$egislcr. Fit!DAY, APRIL 1, 1887. KutereJ at tbo PontotUce, in SShIviu, Va HH 40Coi)d-ulafcS matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS Occurrence* lit uml Arouml Siikiii, nittl County Uullrri llrii llj Tul?l. nlTI f Q T* A PTT7? mnv !?? on fr> n? nm, Ai"" X /xX JjlV luncnln .:<?'? .NcwnimixY ' A'l?<-rtl*lnitnur"?u < IOK|in:tv C'..\* Vrn ;?'? * CUUUW.U iu-y ?????..> iwr it, IN iSi.\V V ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Voters of Salem District: I hereby animiirtw mvwlfasiicandidate for COMfeTABLB <?f Sah m district,at the approaching May vlectinn. For the past two yfitrt i have wrvi'tl tin? people as deputy Imiiiurer and deputy sheriff respectively. and lw?e my claims t?> your support upon the manlier in which 1 discharged those duties. Very respectfully. EUGENE BOON. We are authorized and requested to announce Mr. \v. ti. Wood a candidate for COMMISSIONER OF TIIK REVENUK (m the 2nd (<?r Big Lick) District, subje...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 April 1887

The Llnif Kiln Club. ?' Ar' llrudder Invisible Jackson In de hall to-night?" blandly queried the president as the meeting opened. > Invisible waa visible. H? was bnck by the stove, and had hla shoe* off to tickle his chilblalua. After a little delay he made hi* way to the upper end of the hall and the president continued: " Brudder Jackson, de report h?s comu to me dat you ar' tellin' f??r(uiiw in your nayburhood fur de hidh'I auiu of two hits a putwon.1' " Yes, sub, 1'sebin tellin' a few." *? Ah you hev bin a memtier of din club fur d? last' two y'ars you raus' be aware of de fack dat fortune tell in' dream books an* all dat aort of nonsense am sgln our rulea. A pus eon who sots out to h?v his fucher predicted atn soft In de head; de pusson who takes money to predict it am a knave. 1 shall suspend you from memt>ershlp fur three months, an'If we b'ar dat you am still in de swindlio' bizness you will be expelled fur good. You kin put on your hat an' go." Invisib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 April 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1887. NO. 32. ([imes- Ucflistcr (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 92 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTFEE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Hoblf niters nntl Proprietor*!. 41>VEKri.tl?IU KAI'lit*. rntiKlrnl A<l*?rll?piu*iiU-lhoii? runnlng lo-ui than sixty days?will be lusertetl t the rate of 7 >ct* per square for the first Inertlon.aod V> cent* for each additional Inertlou. Special rate* for a longer period. frnDnMluanl or other card*. <>rr jpylag ?ne square, or lens, one year, i'vi-m nil <n?nth4, tliree mouths $.">.< \ i d vcrtlnomxiit* ?nbjer?t to spools) cim ? tract. tfblta*rlM nail rrlbnt?? or R?*pe?t, *heu they exopijd ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all sucb excess. All CiiIm must be on niotal foundation, when they will be Inserted without, ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 April 1887

gitttes-?eQishr. (Consolidated Au^uHt 16,1883.) FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1887. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. SALEM AS A SI MMER RESORT To individuals and families desirIng a change of climate for the coming season from considerations of health or relaxation no place, we think, offers greater advantages and inducements than Salem. For years i it has been a home for summer guests. But the number of these has never been equal to its capacity for pleasant entertainment nor commensurate with its solid advantages and attractions. With the varied and charming scenery that strikes the eye of ever.v visitor, with its cool, refreshing summer nights, exemption from malaria, the character and comparative cheapness of living; the number of guests who visit ub od the approach of summer ought to be more than doubled. Bince the lust season the excellent hotel accommodations of the town have been increased. Lake Spring has also been improved aud presents a very inviting appearance as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 April 1887

Stxltm ?imes-$tgisttr. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1887. Entered At the PoNtotUce, in Salem, Va a>? ?econd-el??ss matter. J 3L.00-A.li AFFAIPS OecnrrfiirrN It* i????l Around Snirm, nml Oonatjr Jfntlrr* llrlell.v Toltl. this paper ptssnrtsEWSft ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Voters of Roanoke County: I hereby announce myself a candidate (or COMMISSIONER OF THE REVE HUE (or the 2nd (or Big Lick) district of Roanoke county at the election to be held on the 26th day o( May next. i( elected I pledge myself to porform the duties o( said office punctually and (aith(idly, Respectfully, H. LAVENDER. To the Voters of Salem District: I hereby announce myself a* a candidate (or CONSTABLE of Salem district.at the approaching May election. For the past two years I have served the people as deputy treasurer and deputy sheriff respectively, ami base my claims to your support upon the manner in which I discharged those duties. Very respectfully. EUGENE BOON. We ate authorized and requested to announce Mr. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 April 1887

Letter From (he ?'or?>iKii lloudholder** to Vovernvr The following letter was handed to Governor Lw Monday by Mr. Jas. P. Cooper, financial agent of the foreigh bondholders: London, March Kith IS87. ? "'8 l''xt"elleiiey Genera! Fitzhugh ??YP;no*' of the State of Virginia, Richmond, V*., U. S. A.: Sir?in view of the extra session of the \ irginia Legislature, which it is understood haa been summoned for the purpose of considering, among other things, tho present condition of the State debt, the Council of the Foreign Bondholders and the Committees of English Virginia Bond, holder?, acting in conjunction with tho council, beg leave to invite ^ our attention to their letter to your Ex cellency dated October 8th, 1880, handing you copies of the resolutions passed at a public meeting of the Vliginia bondholders, held In this city on the 24th of September lastf wherein they expressed their willingness to meet the State in a fair and liberal spirit, and to accept a compromise of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 April 1887

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, V > FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1887. NO. 33. ?nlcm @[imes>-Register (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, ?T *2 PER ANNUM. J. T. CRABTREE. CHA3. U. UENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, rubllohpr* nnd Proprietor*. AUVEKTININU KATKK. rmn?l?nt 4dT<irlUoinfnM-inosf runnlng less than sixty days?will l>e Inserted at the rate of 75ct? per square for the first Insertion, and 50 cent* for each additional luertlon. Hpoclal rates for a longer period. Profi<N?ionnl or other card*, ?H5copylng ?ne square, or lens, ono year, six rneuthH. 17.60; three months #5.00. Ijoneer ? I vertlaementH subject to special contract. ObltnarlM and tributes of Koap??t. when they exoeed ton llnek, will be charue<i for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all such ?xcesn. All 1'iitN must be on metal foundation, when they will be Insorted without extra barge. Advertisements to lusure Insertion In an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 April 1887

I (Oonnollduted August 15,1003.) FRIDAY, APIUL 22. 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Atwocl?vt?. Judge John H. Fulton, for many years Judge of the Fifteenth judicial circuit of this State, has tendered bin resignation to Gov. Lee, and it has been accepted. The Legislature, when it re-assembles, will fill the vacancy. An effort is now on foot to have a re union of the California pioneers of 1849 in Washington city some time in May. Mrs. Logan announce# that she will not permit another pension bill to be introduced in Congress in licr behalf. This is spirited aud noble, and furnishes an admirable example which is Madly needed. lu seventeen counties of w \ ork ther??areno banks. Money la the^ei counties is not kept in idleness but is put to use, and the population of < these counties are better off in proportion to numbers than is the popu lat ion of the counties whose people earn money to hoard. A man who was convicted at the last term of Columbus (N. C.) count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 April 1887

la n <?i m cs- Ij ci( is it r. FRIDAY, APRIL 2J, 1887. Kuloro'l at tbo PiMtolttee, iti Salem, Va am seooud-ela*s matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS Orriirrriirri ill iintl roil ml Siiiem. mill Cuiiuly >1 ill lcr* llrlrll) T?>l*t. '{WllQ PAPIST? ""**? lw? f-wl v\ nn ftr. fit Owv -LIIXO X ill ljilr I', llimi II A Co r A<!vortUllurIt?inxti|(10B|irnoi> St.>, ? ???"> fuJ- ert !?'? < cvuifiwu ill-/ w iu^.o ivi U 1M 1 Oulv> ANNOUNC?U?NTS. We are authorized and requested to announce Mr. Kmoky J. Khant/, h candMato f<>r COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE 'or the Second (??r Bij; Lick) District, lit tin- election to be held Thursday, May 36th. I hereby announce myself a candidate f??r SHKBlKKof R<t?m>kc county at the election to he In-Ill Thursday, Mav ^tilli. 18^7. If elected I pledge ii fitiiliful di?chnrg?orth- ?lii'l' * pertaining to tin- office. Respectfully, J. VVM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 April 1887

The On<*-llurw?> Fitriucr. The one horse farmer Iihh h lift* long Hiul>itioi! to nain a reputation for wearing a dirty .shirt. He will alarm the neighborhood by getting u|> two hours before day, then sitting arourd and not go to work till after nut) up. He will ride around a week looking for a *2 hog. He will complain of hard times, then tear his pauts climbing a fence where a Rate ought to bo. He will pay three dollars fora new bridle, theu let the calf chew it to pieces before Sunday. He will get all his neighbors to help iu getting a cow out of the bog, then let her die for want of attention. Stock will got In and destroy his crop at a place In his fence that he has bocn putting olf fixing for six months. He will sprain his back lifting something to show how strong he is. He will talk all day Sunday on what he knows about farming, then ride round tho neighborhood Monday hunting seed potatoes. He will go in his shirt sleeves on a cold da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 April 1887

VOL. 21. X SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 29. 1887. NO. 34 ?nlcm s[imts- Ijegixter (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVEEY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRAUTREE. chas. L>. UENIT P. O. webber. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ??u bUsticrs mitl Proprietor*. iuvEuri.tiNu u.% rv.f*. rrniioionl %?lvertlaemeiits?tho.ie ruu* nltirf !???* lltan sixty days?will be Inserted at tne rate of 75ct* pur square for the Brat I till rtlon, iiml V) emit* for cadi additional Inlurtlou. Special rate* for a looker period. - i,r?fmmlii??l or other cards, occupylnK >ae square, or less, one year, tl'i.OU; Hlx months, |7..V>; three months 9-j.OO. Lionger a I vertUements subject to special contract. UlillHitrlM rrlhiilfi or Kfup^d. *heu ttiey exceed loo Hues, will be chargeo for at tne rate of* oenta per ') ne for a'.1 sucli ''uMfcU* >#*?? t ' ?'??? I lor. wh-?u they will be Inserted without extra hsrge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 April 1887

fulfill gilites-itegistK. (Consolidated Auguat 16,1883.) FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1887. CHA3. D. DKNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Asaoclate. THE WORSHIP OF POSITION. As a people living under a republican government, and, therefore,supposed to be dominated by republican ideas, wo present some grow inconsistencies. By tbe letter ?nd spirit of our political institutions we are presumed to ignore and contemn distinctions based on more rant. Yet a large number of the citizens of the United States lead tbe world in deference and adulation to those who may happen to bold the higher offlcoe. No sycophant of the ?? effete monarchies " can excel us in manworship. Representatives and officeholders were once regarded u public servants, but we have changed all that. We are now the servants and they the masters, and as such their most common habits, the most trivial details of their personal, lives are industriously paraded before the public as matters of great public interest. Even the privacy or domest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 April 1887

gtnlem gmies-giCQisirr. FiUDAY, APRIL 29, 1887. Entered at the Postotlioe, In Salem, Vh hm second-ela** mutter. J LOCAL AFFATPS Ocfiirronrrs In Mi,?l Aroiinil Knirm, niiiI Oouiily HtWI?>r? Itrlell.v Told. TTTTft PAPTTR. "v on?u?nt c?v X IllO rATJlUi |?. l<ow?U4kCo?H Ni'WMwiii'r A'tviTllKtQK M?rr?u I11)8pr?loe St. >, wh?-rv *?l ver{i?!i<it vuuutww luay U> uuuu lur ll 1M bi*\\ VUUK.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Voters of Roanoke County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for SHERIFF of Hoanoke comity, at the approaching May election. Respectfully, M. 1\ FRANTZ. To the Voters of Cave Spring District: I hereby announce myself a candidate for constable of Cave Spring district at the approaching May election, and respectfully ask your support. O. O. LOONEY. We are authorized and requested to announce Mr. Emory .1. Frantz a can didatc f..r COMMISSION KR OK THK REVENUE for the Second (or Hi# Lick) District, Ht tin* election to be hold Thurs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 April 1887

Heller Needing Nee?le?l. There in too much hap hszurd work connected with seeding to grass. There should bo uiore effort at permanency, aiore pains-taking in preparing the soli and in putting in the seed. To secure a good grass crop, tills should be the cily crop expected from the land. Clover and timothy will do well sown in the oarly spring with wheat or rye, but most other grasses will not do weli with any grain crop, and should be put in as early as possible in the spring as an entire crop. The growth of the finer grasses is slow at first, as they come up with only a tiny shoot, and the spread of root and foliage to the full extent really takes two years. The seed is more costly aod a greater amount is required, hence it cannot be don? so often, but If well done it pays best iu the end. Pleuty of fine manure should be prepared to be harrowed in with the seed, aod in Its absence from 200 to 500 pounds of superphosphate, or other reliable concentrated fertiliser, should be spread ...

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