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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1894

iirncsi - mistct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, JULY 97, 1894. DKN1T Jfc WKI1I .:n, Publisher*. THE SENATE AND THE PRESIDENT. President Cleveland's manly and straight-forward letter to Congressman Wilson, which appear* in fall mi the first page, created great cansternation among United States Senators,who in their efforts,each to care for liis own i?et industry, have so distorted and amended the Wilson bill that its passage as so amended eould not be construed as tlio fulfillment of Democratic pledges and the redemption of Democratic principles. Mr. Gorman, who had more to do with the mutilation of the Wilson bill in the Senate than any other it is said, and who has carried into the Senate the methods of the politician, replied to the letter in a speech in which he made a most, savage and unparliamentary attack upon Cleveland. Gorman's speech was replied to by Seuutor Hill iu a splendid defence of the P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1894

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 18U4. Utile red at the Postoifice, in Salem, V?. as secoud-class matter. H AD YOU NOTICED? a TTTIIAT all the Lkadihq 1 Business Housks and Institutions in this section place their announcements in the ^imes~^egister ? R* NO WHY > B ECAl'SE they reach a very much greater numl>er of people through its columns than they could through any othor. #-R is S'mply Busiijess !-# ISN'T THIS SO? The item of slioeH in a large one iu the lint of family expensen, and it stands us all in hand to <lo what we can to lessen it. We think we can promise that you will take a long step in that direction, if you will rend this article through and act on it. ' We have made arrangements to lian-1 die the Douglas Shoos, and we would say right here that in style and neatness this shoe is much improved, and its wearing qualities are unimpaired, liead what Mr. Douglas says about them in his own "ad." in this paper. The price of each shoe is stamped on the bottom ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1894

Tha Ibal Causa of the Trouble. The New York llvraltl attributes the present troubles to the policy of the Republican party. It says " it was th?? Republicans who ma?Ie the McKinley tarifT, which, by giving artificial temporary protection to American industry by means of a Chinese wall around the country ovcrst iniulated production irreatly in excess of the demand, thereby precipitating an industrial and financial crisis, and compelling the discharge of workingmen and reduction of wages. The only possible result is seen in the present labor crisis, for which the Republican and not the Democratic party is to blame. Nothing has been to ruinous to this country and nothing so dangerous in time of peace as protection. It has been so blighting to the interests of the workiugmau as the seventeen year locusts to the crops of the fanner. Its very purpose has been to benefit the millionaires rather than the millions. It has protected wealthy wage-payers, hut not poor wage earners. It has shut ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 August 1894

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3. 1*94. Tru& Times-(Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YRAR, Strictly Cash in Advance(or$2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transiknt Advkrtiskmknts? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ttc.?75 cents per square (inch) for lirst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locai<s? 10 cents per line. tif" Yearly rate's made on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS-RKGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. . jyt ELVILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D? (iJospital aiiu Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Oircrs his professional services to the j>eople of Salem and vicinity. t-t7~S|>ecial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoflice. Okkick Hoiks?8 to 10 a. in., I to 0 p. m. W. W. MOFFKTT. H. W. KIM*. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 August 1894

$imcs - HUflistct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. AtHiUST 1W)4. I>KNIT .V UK 111 CAUSE OF THE PULLMAN STRIKE lTl?oii the first page will be found at article from the Boston Traveller con tainiug farts gleaned by their report' er regarding the true state of tliiun* at Pullman. From this it would seem that whilst a regular 2 per cent. divi detid is declared ever quarter by tlic Pullman company, yet they have foi several months been cutting down wages until tliev had, just previout to the strike, reduced wages to sucli a point that the most experienceil workmen were hardly any better oil than a common day laborer. Tin testimony of one of these finest work men is in brief as follows: In 18W1 his wages were from $3.3T>t< $?.r>0 per day. In 18?J4 with the great est effort $1.20 per day was all lu could make. His wages when tin strike took place did not average but ab...

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

lime* Fill DAY, AUGUST 1894. Entered at the Poetottice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. H AD YOU NOTICED? ? ? f> ? ? ? * T HAT all the Leading Business Houses and Institutions in this section place their announcements in the ^imes'^egister ? [ND WHY > 0 B E0AU8E they reach r? very much greater number of people through its columns than they could through any other. ?-It is 5imPly Business !-,& ISN'T THIS SO? The item of shoes is a large one iu 1 the list of family expenses, and it stands us nil in hand to do what we can to lesseu it. We think we can promise that yon will take a long step in that direction, if yon will read j this article through and act on it.] We have made arrangement* to handle the Douglas Shoes, and we would say right here that in style and neatness this shoe is much improved, and its wearing qualities are unimpaired. I Head what Mr. Douglas says, about j them in his own "ad." in this paper. The price of each shoe is stamped...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 August 1894

Singuiar Freak of Natural Gas. Coffey ville, Kan., Shortly after midnight lu*t night a series of subterranean explosions occurred at a natural gas well situate*! a short distmiee from this city. People were awakened and found the town brightly illuminated and the earth trembling, while showers of rocks could be seen bursting from the gas well. These were hurled high in the air, and, dec-ending, crashed into the cottages in the neighborhood of the pit. As fur as known, however, no one was hurt. Daylight disclosed a disiual sight. For thirty acres , around the well the earth was torn up as if by a volcano. Huge boulders lay about, while several holes, many of them fifteen to thirty feet deep, showed whence they came. Houses had been shattered, barns toppled over ami musses of earth appeared where before the ground was level. The phenomenon is unaccountable. HOME SEEKERS' EXCURSION TICKETS Will l>? sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee* St. I'uul Kail way on May 2Hth and May 'JJth,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1894

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. PjvIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 1SU4 True Times-f^egxstcr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, ?T $1.50 YK All, triotly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid witliiu three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners aud Publishers. TBANniXT AnVKRTISEMENTS? Orders of J Publication, Trustee's Kales, Commissioner's Notices, Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ?fcc.?75 cents per square (inch) for lirst insertion, and 80 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10cents per line. t&~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave.. Salem, Va. jjfiLmiE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the i?eople of Salem and vicinity. t3T"Special attention j>aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoffice. Ohtice Horns?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. Morrrrr. r. w. kime. fOPFETT & KIME, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1894

limes -mister. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. Fill DAY. AIMiUST in, 18'jl. OKNIT 4 \VKIII; I'll!>lislit-in. THE JOKE ON THE COLONEL. The man who sheared the sheep was certainly not more "sheepish" looking than was Col. J. Hampton Hoge, when his sheep story fell so Mat upou his hearers last Saturday. The i-ause of it all was that when " Brack " Stovall orated to the meeting he told about au old luan in Halifax county who was engaged to shear some sheep. He "betcan shearing at the tail, and when asked why, said that he 44 voted for Cleveland, and now wool had gotten so low that he was ashamed to look a sheep in the fa re." Col. Huge was not present when the story was told, but when he came in and was called on for a speech, he told the same yarn, locating the poor old innocent over in Floyd. Of course it would have been "funnier" the second time, if the other sheep had been located in China. DR. HALL'S ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1894

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 18<J4. 1 ?" I ' ?? - Bniered at the Postofflce, in Salem, V*. as secoo<l-cla?i matter. ISN'T. THIS SO? * The item of ghoes is a large oue ii. the lint of family expenses, and it stands us all in hand to do what we can to lessen it. Wo thiuk we cau promise that you will take a long step in that direction, if you will read this article through and act on it. We have made arrangements to handle the Douglas Shoes, and we would say right here that in style and neatness this shoe is much improved* and ? us wearing qualities are unimpaired. Read what, Mr. Douglas says about them in his own "ad." in this paper. The price of each shoe is stamped on the bottom by the manufacturers. We have also secured the ajr^ncy for the Hav State Shoes; Mr. K. II.1 Cumpston informs us that he consid- j ered the Bny State Shoe the most de- I si.ab!? in his stock, and our own ex- i perience tallied with his statement. | When you get a shoe with Hay State t>t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1894

BLINDED HER REPUTED RIVAL. Horrible Deed of a Jealous Wifo With a Pint of Vitriol. Hi'KKAM), N. Y., AiiKUHt 0.?Mrs. JolinW. Frotnm, the wife of Jolin W. Frouim, the general superintendent for a large wholesale furniture establishment in this city, met Miss Louise Leber, a young woman of the East side, at the corner of Clinton aud Kins!ie streets at a iate hour last night and dashed a vessel tilled with corrosive acid in Miss Leber's face. The young woman's face is in u horrible condition, and she will lose her eyesight. Almost a pint of the burning liquid was dashed in her face. The crime, it is supposed, was prompted by jealousy. Mrs. Fromm suspected that her husband was intimate with Miss Leber. Mrs. Frounu gave herself up to the |?olii*e this evening aud was loeked up. In the past we thought only bad tasiing medicine cured; and it was no bother to make a herb tea before going to l>ed ; now, it is too much trouble. These changed conditions are all met by Simmons Liver R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE Tns Times-P^eg^ster. 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT #1.60 YKAR, trictly Cash iu Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHA8. 1>. DENIT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient A dvbhtiskm ents ? Orders of Publication, Trustee s Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estrav Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Sic.?7r> cent* jht square (inch) for llrst insertion, ami 30 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. I/h aks?lO cents i>er line. |-$f" Yearly rat#^ made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. - J^/JELY1LLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D? -tllospita! 8ml 1'rlvate K*pct>' ooe.ji Hfi PHYSICIAN Old SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. OfTers his professional services to the people of Salern and vicinity. 1-ifSpeciai attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Poatofflce. Omn Hoi ks?S to 10 a. m., I to'1p.m. w. w. MOKritrr. h. kimk. fcfOFFETT & KIME, ATTORN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1894

limes ? misitet. Is the Oldest Newspaj>er in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, AUGU8T 17, I?KXIT 4 WEBB JK, PtihlUlier*. OUR CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE. Ah had been predicted for several weeks by the Timks Rkuistkh, (he outcome of the Sixth District Congressional convention at Roanoke yesterday, wan the nouiinatiou, practically by acclamation, of Major Peter .1. <>tey, of Lynchburg. We are frank to confess that Major Otey was not the llrst choice of the Timkh Kkoistkic for several reasons, but lie wan the choice of the people of the district, and from no source will \?e receive a more cordial Hiipport than from this paper, which is always willing to submit such matters to a convention of its party, and to abide by the decision of the majority. Major Otey is our candidate now, and the candidate of the Dem'>cracy of the Sixth district. He is well worthy of the trust, a pure man, an indomitable p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1894

lime0-?Ugi$tet. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1894. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va. aa second clous matter. H AD YOU NOTICED? ?*- T IIAT all the Leading Business Houses aud Institutions in this' section place their an- j nouncenients in the ^imes'^sgister ? ND WHY ? fl B ECAUSE they reach a very much greater number of people through its columns than they could through any other. m- ? i$ pimply Busies !-$| ? NEW W o-o-o-o o-o-o-o-o-fall! 4 o 6 c o o-o-o o-o- o- o-o-o-GOODS. I 0 1 -o-o-o-o-o-o-o o-o ? 1 Our Mil. J. K. C. Brown, Jr., has just returned from the Northern Markets, where he laid in a nice line of Fall Goods! Styles are correct and Pricks auk Lower than ever known, especially in Woolen Dress Goods AND MEN'S WEAR! We have added a line of DRESS GOODS, and you will liml it to your interest to examine them. BUTTKRICK'B PATTERNS for September now in stock. Brown's Bargain House. Oppo. Farmers Nat. llank. 8ALKM.VA. LOCAL AFFAIRS Accidental Shooting. For some time past William, son ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1894

ORDAINED HIS SON TO DIE. Salvation Array Member Trios to Save His own Soul By Starving His Boy. Salvation Army circles of tlifij city are much agitated over the attempt of one member to starve his own son to death in order to save his (the father's) soul, says a Cincinnati telegram. The father is Ueo. M. Holmes, a Cumuiinsville carpenter. Four nights ago Holmes says the spirit of Abraham appeared ami commanded him t?> starve his soil William to death as a saerillce. Holmes consulted the boy, who is not particularly bright, and the lad consented. For forty-eight hours lie went without food, and then he begged his lather for food, but was coaxed to go hungry another day and night, when he became so urgent in his appeals that he was locked in a room by the father ami toUl that jMie commandment of the spirit of Abraham must be obeyed. On Sunday the son told his father that he thought he could stand starving better if 1?9 was permitted to attend one more meeting of the Army. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1894

FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24, 1894 NO. 11 Trt& Tvm.es-F^egxster. 18 PUBLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT fl.50 YKAR, trictly Cash iu Advance (or #2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advkhtihkmknts? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales. Commissioner's Notices, Kstray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?7.r> cents per square (inch) for first insertion, ami .V) cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locais?10 cents per line. CfiT" Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THK TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. ]yjELYILLE C, STRICKLAND, M. D., (II ?( ital and Private Ks.|>er$euce.) PHYSICIAN and StiP.6E0Nr - SALEM, VIRGINIA. OfTers hie professional services to the people of Salein and vicinity. t-$T"Specia! attention paid to Chronic DisQ&ggg OFFICE?Over Postofllce. Orrict Houas?8 to 10 a. iu., ?! to 0 p. m. w, w. Morrrrr. *? kimk. j^JOFFETT &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1894

limesi - visiter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aud has a imieh larger circulation than any other paper lias ever had. FRIDAY, AL'GHST 'J I. IWM. I?KMT WKBK^R, I'uhlUhcix. A BLACKHEART CHERRY. h seems that the blacklieart clierry. Col. .1. Hampton Hoge, tins pro (laced nn ache in the Republican NtoiiiHoli.- The Republicani) of a hundred politicnl fights for the supremacy of that party, recalling bin denunciation upon their efforts, are looking upon him with dejected apathy, or Huprcme contempt. Perhaps Home are thinking: ?? For ways that arc <lark. and tricks that are vain. The heathen Chinee is peculiar." The oid Romans were wont to say that " whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad." Suie'y, that element of the Republicau party which nominated him for Congress was led otT by a " craze" to select a barreu ilg tree. As for the consistent Republicans of the Sixth district, they will be found too elegant to eat blackheart cherry?it will blacken the teeth, and H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1894

FRIDAY, AUGUST 34, 1804. Entered at the Postofflce, in Balem, Vs. as second-class matter. ISTZETW & o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o ? gFALLl 6 ? ? o-o-o-o-o- o- o-o-o-GOODS, j I -O-O-O O-O-O-O O-OT Our Mr. J. K. C. Huown, Ju., haa just returned from the Northern Market*, where he laid In a nice line of Pall Goods! Styles are correct and Pricks arr Lowrr than ever known, especially in Wttlin Dress Goals MID MEN'S WEAR! We have added a llue of DRESS GOODS, and you will llnd it to your intereHt to examine them. BUTTKRICK'S PATTERNS for September now in stock. Brown's Bargain House. Oppo. Farmers Nat. ltank. 8AL10M.VA. LOCAL AFFAIBS Our County Schools?Teachers Appointed. The following teachers have recently been ap)>ointed by the several county school boards: Oak Urove, Miss Laura 11. Wilson ; Cave Spring, Miss Annie Crawford; Deyerle, C. K. Kiler; Ferguson, C. E. Kirkwood ; llaran, Miss Lily (Jreggs; Price's, A. 8. Bucher; Pent Mountain, P. M. Ratcliffe; 1 tat tic Hill, J. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 August 1894

WHAT BEAUTY DID. History of a King a Richmond Lady Wears. SHE MET JESSE JAMES. | Kiclituoml State. 1 The following true story told by an eyewitness about the celebrated Bandit King, Jesse James, shows that beauty, like music, has power over the most savage natures : It was one summer night several years after the war that a westwardbound train rolled out of the New York depot for its long run westward over the broad prairies. The train was well tilled with passengers. Especially noticeable among them was a newly-married pair. The groom was just an ordinary everyday you tig man, who would not attract a second glance, but the bride would have shone among a galaxy of beauties. She was petite and graceful in form ; her head well set on a rounded neck of snowy whiteness, while front beneath a crown of golden hair, large, dreamy blue eyes looked out with the brightness of twin fciars. In the seat in front of the young pair, and in striking contiudl 10 the dainty young bride, a-t a portly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31. 1894. ? ? -? ?? NO. 12 Tn& Kmes-r\egxsxer 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT |1.50 YKAH, trictly Cash iu Advance (or $2 if paid witlliu three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertiskmxnts ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sale*, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?TO cents per square (inch) for llrst insertion, and 60 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS-REGISTKR, College Aye., Salem, Vh. TMfiLTftLE C. STRICKLIV. ? C (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, KA I,KM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the |>eopie of Salem unci vicinity. t-?T~SiK?cial attention j?aid to Chronic Diseases. O F FIC'E?Over 1 >osto(llce. Office Houes?H to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. W. W. MOKFKTT. K. W....

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