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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1894

FRIDAY^JUNK 22. 1 h;m. '?KNIT A WKHI5.IK, Vul>li?li.<r?. MASS-MEETING. 1 lie (/Utility Democratic Committee have decided to hojil a mass-meeting iu Salem at July court (10th July 18 04), to select 15 delegates aud 15 alter nates to represent thin county in the Congressional convention at Roanoke city on the 15tli of August, Ihim, to nominate a candidate from t li e Sixth district to the House of Representatives, (54tli Congress). IIoht M. !{()<? Kits, Chairman ltnauoke County Democratic Committee. Salkm, Va., June 18th, 181M. TheSalem Timks-Rkmistkk is authorized to announce that Col. K. II. Logan is a candidate for the nomination as Congressman from tii 18 district before the Democratic Congressional convention. While < oloiiel Logan is undoubtedly an able man and would make a good representative, the question is, cannot a better one and a stronger one be selected V? Roanoke Times. Why doesn't |the Timet? suggest u better one and a strong...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1894

FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1H94. Entered at the l'oetofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS J. M. MANGUS & C. C. PAYNTER, <4 Boots a-pd Shoesi ? ' 208 COMMERCE ST., - ? ROANOKE. V*. HT Come and examine our new stock o( Snogs. We have t he shoo you want, ami will take pleasure in showingyou <?ur goods. {?ty* We sell Chkap and give satisfaction. mch23-3inos Bona - Fide Redactions! AT BROWN'S BAKU A IN HOUSE. Indigo lllneCalico at 5cents, redaced from 7 cents; best Fancy and Mourning Calico at 6 cents, reduced from 7 cents; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at r> cents, reduced from 7 cent*; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at cents, reduced from 10 cents; Yard-wide Unbleached Cotton at 5 cents, unequalled ; Feather-proof Ticking at 15* cents, reduced from 20 cents; Indies' Waist Fabrics at 10 cents, reduced from 121 cents ; Outing at 10 cents, reduced from 12i cents, Outing at cents, reduced from 10 cents ; Light Oround Satincs at 10 cents, red...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1894

Tomon's Mission. Senator John W. Daniel paid beautiful tribute to woiuen?to the mothers of the lain! -in his oration Thursday, May loth, at Fredericks burg, wheu the nionumeut to Mary, Oeorge Wa?hiuu;tou'D mother, was unveiled. Quoting the words of the first President of the United States. "All that I am, 1 owe to my mother," the orator spoke these eloquent and true words; whieh are worthy of reproduction all over the eountry : 4* This stone represents two ideals ? womanly excellence and patriotic dutv. They aire inseparable. Love fot the mother is the tirst as it is the most constant and sacred emotion of our being. AITection spreads to the family, clan, tribe, or people to whieh we belong and then tviue around inanimate objects attracted to them by the magnetism of association. It fasten** to birthplace, to living place, to home, to motherland, to fatherland, country. This is the genesis and evolution of patriotism. but love of country is only a figure of speech. We cannot love th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1894

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.JJrIDAY MORNING. JUNE 29. 18V4 NO?- 4" - Tr\? Tim.es-f^egxsier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 Y K AH, Btrictly Cash iu Advance (or $2 if paid witliin three month*. CHA8. D. DENIT & P.G.WEBBER, Owners aud Publishers. Transient Advkrtiskmkntb? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ^c.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. |-*f~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS~RE(iISTKR, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., . (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. t-*?~Special attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over PostofHce. OrricK Horns?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. W. W. MOFKKTT. tt. W. KIMK. jyjOPPETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1894

lime* - FRIDAY. JI NK 29. 1WM. THANKS, GENTLEMEN. The present Council of Saletn will surrender the reins of government to their successors on the 1st of July. It wives the Timks-Kkmistkk pleasure to say that all tiling* considered, the retiring oflicers have been splendid ones ; they have given their time and attention to their work without foe or reward, and have left the town'* affairs in excellent condition, fiuaudaily and otherwise. They richly deserve the thanks of the people. COL. LOGAN'S CHANCES. Col. It. II. IiOgan returned on Wednesday from Montgomery couuty court, and to a Timks-Rkqistkk representative said that "he received voluntary assurances from many of the people there that Montgomery's delegates to the Congressional convention would favor his nomination. This assurance war very gratifying to the Colonel'* friends and supporters, and with a delegation favorable to him from this county would give him a strength in the convention equal to any other whose name will be p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1894

limes-ltcgteter. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. Entered at the Poetofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. local Affairs J. M. MANGUS dt C. C. PAYNTER, <* Boots apd Shoes, b ^ 208 COMMERCE ST., - ? ROAflOKE. V*. t-ST" Come and examine our new stock of Siiors. We have the shoe you want, and will take pleasure in showing you our goods. KWe sell Curat and give satisfaction. ?3mos Bona - Fide Reductions! at BROWN'S BARGAIN HOUSE.' Indigo Bine Calico at 6cents, reduced from 7 cents; best Fancy and Mourning Calico at 5 cents, reduced from 7 cents; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 5 cents, rednccd from 7 cents: Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 8J cents, ruducod from 10 cents; Yard-wide Unbleached Cotton at f? cents, unequalled ; Feather-proof Ticking at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents; Indies' Waist Fabrics at 10 cents, reduced from 124 cents; Outing at 10 cents, reduced from 12i cents, Outing at 8J cents, reduced from 10 cents; Light Cronnd Satlnes at 10 ccnts, reduced from IS cents; Dre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1894

ONE EYE PROPPED OUT. The Other Fell Back in the Socket Effoct of Lightning. riiriui; the seveiv electrical storm wl.icli did bo much damage in this vicinity on Tuesday, Mrs. Margaret Wiley, age fifty years, of ?M> west Fourteenth street, lost both her eyes, says a Patterson, N. J., telegram. A few minutes before the storm, she was sitting in the yard at her son inlaw's home, where she lives, eating cherries and enjoying thec00lhrec7.es that preceded the cloud burst. She was suddenly startled by a streak of lightning, which, she said, seemed to dart into the ground before her. It wus followed almost simultaneously by a loud thunder clap, and .the old woman, pale and badly frightened stumbled into her the house. She dropped into her easy chair, remarking to her daughter what a narrow escape she had, and called Mrs. Dodd's attention to her trembling hands. As she held them up to look at them herself, one of her eyes fell out into her lap. The other eye fell hack iuto its soc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1894

w dk VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 6. 1894 True Times-(Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 TKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance(or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transirnt AikVRRTisKMKNTB ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ?fcc.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and GO cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. \$ff~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYlLLE C. STRICKLAND, II. D., (H?8| ''t1 and l'r'.vate Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the |>eople of Salem and vicinity. MJ"Si>ccial attention j?aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Poetoflice. OrricK Hours?N to 1U a. m., ?! to ?'? p. m. W. W. MOKFK1 B. W. KIMK. jyjOFPETT &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1894

FRIDAY. JIJLV 0, 1 H'M. 1>KMT A WBBKISK. I'.iblUl.m. AN UGLY SITUATION. No sooner had the big strike of coal miners ended, than the employee* of the shops of the Pullman Palace Car Company '? went out." to he followed by a gigantic strike of the American Railway Union, affecting most seriously all the Western railroads. What the result of this will be none of us van foresee, but President Debs, of tiie American Railway Union, in view of the fact that United States troops have had to be called out in Chicago to preserve order, is reiwrted as predicting civil war the moment a shot is fired by the regular troops. From the general condition of things it would seem that anarchy is not confined to European countries, but that the United States has its share, especially iu the Northern and Western States, and where Populism raises its ugly head in the South, anarchy is not far off. Strong repressive measures are needed everywhere iu this country to restore order aud a regard for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1894

^imeg-fkgteter. FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1894. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Ya. as second-class matter. LOCAL. AFFAIRS J. M. VfANGUS & C. C. PAYNTER, ?4 Boots apd Shoes, * 208 COMMERCE ST.,_j ? ROANOKE; Vft. ? S3T Come and examine our new stock of Shoss. We have the shoe you want, and will take pleasure in showing you our goods. SWe sell Cheat and give satisfaction. ?-3m os Bona - Fide Reductions! at BROWN'S BARGAIN HOUSE. Indigo Bine Calico at 5 cents, reduced from 7 cents; best Fancy and Mourning Calico at 5 cento, reduced from 7 cents; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 5 cents, reduced from 7 cents: Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 8J cents, reduced from 10 cents; Yard-wide Unbleached Cotton at 5 cents, unequalled ; Feather-proof Ticking at 15 cents, reduced from 20cents; Ladies' Waist Fabrics at 10 cents, reduced from 121 cents; Outing at 10 cents, reduced from i21 cents , Outing at 85 <*>nts, reduced from 10 cents; Light Ground Satines at 10 cents, reduc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1894

" MARIA AND HE HAD SOT AND SOT." 44 Von see,'' she was explaining to a lawyer, uft?*r Leafing his counsel fee down to *:{. " I have a daughter Maria." " Ye*'ui." " Maria has a beau " " Exactly." 14 lias been wuitiu' on her for six years." 14 1 see." "And I've been wait in'on him for the same length of time?waitin' for him to marry her." " J ust so, lua'aui." " How long should a couple spark?" 44 Well, that depends. It takes some folks a long time to make up their minds." 44 Isn't three years long enough ?" " 1 should think so." "And 1 gave six. I've been getting mader and mader for the last three months and finally last night I could not hold in any longer. 1 went into the parlor and there he was, giggling and winking and living around same as live years ago. There was Maria, simpering and cacking and acting like the same fool she alius was. Don't talk to me ! A gal can bring a beau to time inside of two years if she's got any marry in her. You didn't fool away six years 7" " No'm."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13. 1894 NO. 6 Trv& Times-(Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT f 1.50 Tf K AH, Strictly Cash lu Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHA8. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advkrtiskmkntk ? Orders of | Publication, Trusty's Sales, Commissioncr's Notices. Esiray Notices, Advertisements I of Sales, Ac.?75 cents |>er square (inch) for first insertion, and 80 cents per s<iuare for i each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. tST* Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REG 18TER, College Ave., Salem, Va. ^JELVILLE C STRICKLAND, M. D? (Hospital and Private Kxpartaftce.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. fc-fJFSiiecial attention j?aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Poetoffice. Okkick Horns?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to ?i p. ni. *. W. MOFKKTT. R. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1894

limce ? ^cflistct. FRIDAY. JULY ltf, 1?M. nk.nit & \vkhi'.:m, pubiinhfr*. MASS-MEETING. The County DemocraticCommittee have decided to hold a mass-meeting in Salem at July court (16th July, 18U4>, to select 15 delegates and 15 alternates to represent this county in the Congressional convention at Roanoke city on the 15th of August, 1894, to nominate a candidate from the Sixth district to the House of Representatives, (54th Congress) Moht M. R'mikhs, Chairman Roanoke County Democratic Committee. Salem, Va., June 18th, 1W4. THE SELECTION OF DELEGATES. Next Monday being court day will probably see a large crowd in Saleiu, especially as a mass meeting of Democrats has been called, t<> select tlfteen delegates and fifteen alternates, to represent Roauoke county intlieCongressional couventiou, to be held iu Roauoke on the 15tli August to nominate a candidate for the fall campaign. On this occasion, too. Col. l<ogan desires to make a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1894

FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1?94. tCniered at the Postotflce, in Salem, Vl as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS J. M. VIANGUS & C. C. PAYnTER, h Boots apd Shoes, ?- 208 COMMERCE ST.^j - ROANOKE. VA. Come and examine our new stock of Snots. We have the shoe you want, ami will take pleasure in showing you our goods, i We sell Cheat and give satisfaction. mch23-3mos Bona-Fide Reductions! -ATBHOWN S BARGAIN HOUSE. Indigo Blue Calico at 5cents, reduced from 7 cents; best Fancy and Mourning Calico at ft cents, reduced from 7 cents; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at ft cents, reduced from 7 cents: Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 8J cents, reduced from 10 cents; Yard-wide Unbleached Cotton at 5 cents, unequalled; Feather proof Ticking at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents; Indies' Waist Fabrics at 10 cents, reduccd from 12J cents; Outing at 10 cents, redno?d from 13) cents. Outing at 8J cents, reduced from 10 cents; Light Ground Satincs at 10 cents, minced from 1" cents ; Dress Ginghams at ft cents,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1894

Jim's Advantage. A young man stood at the foot of Griawold street gazing steadily into the river when a policeman who happened along inquired : 44 I/ookitig for anything particular out there ?M 44 Well, no," replied the g?/.er. "I waH jlist a-tliinkin'. It is almost three years ago to-day since my brother Jim was drowned right here. "And you thought you might see his hat floating around ?" 44 Oh, no, I was thinkin' how curious it all came about. .Tim went right ofT the wharf here. They said he just gave one yell before he struck the water." 41 It was a case of suicide, then.'* "Straight case. You see, Jim and me were l>oth in love with the same girl. Jiiu was the best looking but I had the most laud." '? And the girl preferred you?" " She did, Jim and me didn't have 110 fuss about it, but as soon as he found out how things was lie come into Detroit and walked down here and jumped ofT. Poor old Jim !" " There are many sad thiugs in our lives," said the polieeinau as he tap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, A ULY 20. 18 Tna Tvrries-[Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 Y K A11, Strictly Cash in Advauce(or if paid within three months. CHAS. I). DEN IT & P.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisements? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Kales, <kc.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, ami 50 cents per square Tor each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. J-#~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-KEGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELVlLLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. t?AI.F.M, VIHOINIA. Offers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. EBTSpeeial attention j?aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. Office Hours?8 to 10 a. m., I to fi p. n:. W. W. MOKFETT. K. W. KIMK. Jp^TOPFETT & KIME, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1894

^lilies - mister. FRIDAY. JULY '?M>. 1894. I?KMT & WKBB.'R, PiiMIhIhta. THE STATE EXPOSITION. % At the Virginia State Fair and Exposition, which will take place from October Oth to 19tb, this year, large premiums are ofleiei for county exhibits, and it is hoped that every county, especially those in the Southwest, will send an exhibit of its industries, products and resources. It is the intention to follow the exposition with a permanent exhibit of the resourees of the State, using the permanent parts of the exhibits made by the counties and the different industries as a nucleus for it. This permanent exhibit will not only give an opportunity for home and invest?M?kers to see the resources of th. ? e, and to Hud out as to the Ac., of the different section* ai all times, but will be a liretclass nucleus with which to properly represent the State ait any of the large inter-State or national expositions that may be held in the future (two now proposed are the Atl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1894

$iwc$-?Ugi$itct. FRIDAY, JULY >0, 1 m. Entered at the Postofflce, iu Salem, Va. ao second-class matter. local AFFAIFS ISN'T THIS SO ? 4 j The item of shoes is a large one in the list of family expenses, and it stands us all in hand to do what we can to leBsen it. We think we can promise that you will take a long step in that direction, if you will read this article through and act on it. We have niaile arrangements to handle the Douglas Shoes, and wo would nay right here that in style and neatnest* thin shoe in much improved, and itn wearing qualities are unimpaired. Head what Mr. Douglas Bays about them in his own ilad." in this paper. The price of each shoe is stamped on the bottom by the manufacturers. We have also secured the agency for the Day State Shoes; Mr. K. H. Gumps ton informs us that he considered the Day State Shoe the most desirable in his stock, and our own experience tallied with his statement. When you get a shoe with Hay State stamped on it you get a so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1894

Who Is It t Who is it that criesdown the town? The fellow in rusty ; he is mouldy : he hiix the iuoss of centuries on his baek iiiokx hereditary moss cultivated aud propagated. He sees nothing hut disaster in everything; he hears nothing hut the dismal croakings of himself ; he known no liappi- J tiess heeause in his narrow soul the sordid desire for greed and gain held full doininiou. Who is it that slanders his neighbor - He is the seltlsli and little souled man ?she is tho loose tongucd and chattering woman?persons who know better but who ean do no better. They set up plausibility and batter down the walls of honesty and purity and rail out that the world is all wroug. Who is it that makes the happiness in the world ? The gav aud reckless fellow who waits for his misery until to-morrow ; who sees the world in her manifold beauties : who appreciates the daisy and the buttercup?the rose and the roses' like. The fellow who pays his bills promptly ; who never sees a defeet iu a frien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 18!H NO. 7 To?& Tvm.es-(Register. tS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash In Ad vance (or f 2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN1T & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisements ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Bales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac..?15 ccnts per square (inch) for lirst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals? 10 cents per line. fjf~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyj KLYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, 8AI.EM, VIRGINIA. Oflers his professional services to the jxx>ple of Salem and vicinity. t-STHpecial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. Office Hours?8 to 10 a. in., 4 to <> p. m. W. W. MOFFETT. ...

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