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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1894

Is the Oldest Nowsjuijht in Salem, and lias a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, AUUUST ill. 1KW. I?KMT * WKBB^B, I'tihlUlirnt. PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of tbe Democratic party. SALEM AND HER SCHOOLS. The scholarly lawyer. Major Kirk* Patrick, of Lynchburg, lias said that Salem is the prettiest town lie ever saw. She is not only pretty, but she boasts a population of high intellik'fuce, morality, anil business energy, ^he is a town of solid growthfjobf aincd I?y perseverance, <piiet real, and conservatism. Her civilisation is uniand of the most refined order, and far removed from an atmosphere where dangerous isms flourish. She is the home of iudustry, hospitality, honesty, and truth. What olil Williamsburg, " ye ancient capital," with its refined influences, hospitable homes, and educational advantages, was once to the State of Virginia. Salem is to the Southwest. Paris, with her schools, and gay society, is France ; Jior.don, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1894

limesiFRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1894. '.mured at the Puatofflce, in Hal em, Va. *a second-clan matter. THE Tariff Bill Has Passed. Fret Wool Means [heap Woolens! *1 .00 Henriettas @ 75 cents. 50 cent Henriettas @ 40 cents. $1.00 Broadcloths <$ 89 cents. HO Inch Flannels <g. 30 cents. Inch Dress Goods (ft 15 cents ; reduced from 25 cents. 44-Inch 8erges @ 67 cents ; reduced from 75 cents. ? v. * - .0 y 4t jfp (-*- * These #oods are going fast. Our stock is full in all lines, and we will prove |y MONEY SAVERS to you ! Brown's Bargain House. Oppo. Farmers Nat. Rank, SALEM,VA. H.OO-A.X, F\A.IIR.S FABKS WANTED, We want Stock Farms, Fruit Farms, Grain Farms, Truck Farms, Poultry Farms, Timber and Mineral Lands, City and Suburban Homes. We have a number of inquiries from Northern and Western parties who mean business. Our connections with Bureaus nnd Agon- | cics in the Northern and Western States, ! and the wide acquaintance of our general manager, Mr. A. M. ltownian, with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1894

Whoat and tho Tariff. Atlanta Journal: The fanners of tho West arc just now enjoying a beautiful illustration of tho home market theory on which the MeKinley bill is based. The McKinley tariff cut off a large part of our trade with Europe by laying prohibitory taxes on many articles which we used to purchase from that country. So long as this trade went on there was a lively European demand for our wheat and its price was kept up. The operation of the McKinley bill induced the people of Europe to look elsewhere for their wheat. No people will buy w here they cannot sell, and the European demand has caused un immense development of the wheat fields of South America from which Europe now draws much of its wheat. There lias been a double cut of our interests. There decreased foreign demand has lowered the price of wheat, ami the increased dealing of England and other foreign nations with South America has given ilv Stvuo of that continent and made it harder for our manufacturers to com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1894

?ssa VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.;, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7. 1894, i-r" NO. 13 Tn,s Tvrrtes-I^egisier 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 Y K A It, t riotly Cash iu Advance (or $2 if paid within three months.' CHAS. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advkrtihkmknts? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Hales, Ac.?"Scents per square (inch) for lirst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10cents per line. Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Vs. jyjELYHLE C. STRICKLAND, N. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. OtTers his professional services to the i?eople of Salem and vicinity. gTSpecial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoftlce. OrricK Boras?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. W. W. MOrrKTT. R. W. KIMK. OFFETT to KIME, M' ATTORN E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1894

$imc0 - ^Uflistct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, 8EPTKMBKR 7. 18W. DKNi r ,V WKIU'-.IK, PublUhvnu For Congress?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic (tarty. THE PRESIDENT AND THE PARTY. The Democratic party is the child of eternal principle*,?the child of liberty. We its early da\? n 'n old Virginia hi those contentions be t ween the (Jouift'saries, Governors, Hiahotm of Tendon, and the Crown, on D <i uiii' hand, anil the parish vestry on the other, concerning the calling and induction of ministers. Taxat ion and representation grew out ofthe contention for support and election of ministers. From this principle of re li^ious liberty arose some of tlios* other principles of civil liberty, devel oped by those ineu who would not truckle to George the third, Lord North, or the parliament. We say our party is a party of principles. It is a party with the principle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1894

Simes-lcgistcr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S94. Kmered at the Postotllce, in Salem, Va. as gerund-class matter. H, . TBEBAYESPABTRIDQE SHOES ?ARE THE? Prettiest in the World I Yoft have nil lieard of Philadelphia Fine Shoe*. The Hayes Partridge is one of the finest makes of Fine Piiiladelphia shoes. They are for ladies'. Misses' and Children only. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not high, either. No higher than other makes of lew* merit and style. We can furnish men and lioys in the celebrated Douglas Shoes, and two other good makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe has never been sold here, but iu the large cities they are in great demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tariff Dress <4oodsare moving right along. We find (he people can raise money when they see bargain*. There are some styles in this lot that can't be duplicated; you want them 1 Comets in white, drab and black, for full, medium or slender (Inures, long or short waist. Spend your) money with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1894

AFTER THE BALL. HV TOM IIAIX. A last word in the vestibule, A touch of taj>er lingers, A scent of roses, sweet and cool. When site luus gone still lingers. lie lotuses at tfie carriage door To sigh a bit and |>ondcr; lie thinks the matter o'er and o'er. Ami all his senses wander. With mantle thrown aside in haste. Iter heart a bit uncertain. Ami neither time nor love to waste, She watches him through the curtain. And she has played him well he knows. Nor has he dared to stop her ; She wonders when he will pro|>oecHe wonders how he'll drop her. The Graduated Juryman. The great Incumbator, the loafing dej>art ment of a court room, brings forth a strange phenomenon. By some it is designated as a " professional juror," by others as a "juror by occupation," but, upon close exammat on, it appears to us to be a graduated jnrymm. It is produced by |>erfectly natural rjsuUs, for the moet |?art, of a harmless character. The dramatic inter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. F RIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14. 1894.: "Mr 8 ? NO. 14 i m Times-?{egister 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 ykak, t rictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DENIT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisements ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Eetray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ac.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. ut" Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. melyttw C. STRICKLAND, X. D., ? Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, 6ALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers hie professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. tit'Special attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Post-office. Officii hoi ks?8 to 10 a. in.. 4 to g p. m. W. W. MOFFETT. ?. W. KIME. j^JOFFETT & KIM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1894

lime* - fjSUfliistcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation titan any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 18M. DKMT A WBBHSR, Publlilien. lg 7W Fof Coukkhb?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic party. ATTENTION, PEOPLE! I nited States Senator John W. Daniki,, and IIon. Pkter J. Otkv, I democratic eondidate for Congress in this District, will address the people of Koauoke county on the issues of the pending campaign at Salem, on Monday, September 17th, (County Court day). Turn out, voters and Kf"vw these distinguished speakers. M. M. Uoof.uk, County Chairman. OPENING OF SESSION AT COLLEGE. The opening exercises of the -led session of Roanoke College took place Wednesday morning, September 12th, and we are glad to learn that the expectations of the faculty in regard to the opening were more than realized. An unusually large number of students was enrolled, which Dumber has been subsequently increased and will h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1894

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1*94. .. at the I'oetofflce, in Salem, V*. u? second-class matter. THE HAYES PARTRIDGE SHOES ? ARE THE? Prettiest in the World! You have all fieard of Philadelphia Pine Shoes. The Hayes Partridge is one of the finest makes of Fine Pliila- - delphia shoes. They are for Indies', Misses' and Children only. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not high, either. No higher than other makes of less merit and style. We can furnish men aud boys in the celebrated Douglas Shoes, and two other good makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe has never been sold here, but >n the large cities they are in great demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tariff Dress Goods are inov ing right along. We find (he people can raise money when they see bargains. There are some styles in this lot that can't be duplicated; you i want them ? Corsets in white, drab and black, for full, medium or slender figures, loug or short wai*t. Spend your money with us ; yon can't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1894

MORE HEROES OF THE FIRE. Hundreds of Lives Saved toy Engineer Berry's Coolness and Courage. Pink City, Minn., September 5. ??The heroes of the forest (ires were many. The stories of Engineer Koot and crew, of the St. Paul and Duluth train, and that of the Eastern Minnesota crew,headed by Engineer Host, have been told by Engineer Ed. 1 Jerry and Conductor Harry Powers, of the Eastern Minnesota freight, come to the front rank also among the heroes who have stood the trial by ?ire. Four hundred aiul seventyeight people whom they have picked up and carried back to safty in the box cars were carried through the midst of the furnace over burning ties, despite the fact that anothei train in the opposite direction hud t ie right of way and was liable tob< met anywhere in the densestuokeant fierce (lames. They crossed the i:>0-foot bridge across the Kettle river, which wat blazing and trembled urn der the wheels, apparently ready tc fall. Fifteen minutes after the train...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. F DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21. 1894,:" NO. 15 l ne Times-f^egisier 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YEAR, trictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publisher*. Transient Aijyertibementb ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estrsy Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ?fcc.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and f>0 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. fcjT" Yearly rati* made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave.. Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D.t (Hnopital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the i>eople of Salem and vicinity. IJfSpecial attention j?aid to Chronic DisOFFICE?Over PoetofHce. OrricK Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. Morrrrr. R. w. kime. %/rOPPETT &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1894

limes - Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, SEPT KM HER 21, 1884. DBM1T ?V WKKBKK, PuMUltenu For Congress?&ixth District, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchbtirg. Nominee of the Democratic parl v. PUBLIC SPEAKING. The voters of Roanoke county will Ihj addressed upon the issues of the camiwigu at Vinton, Saturday, September 22nd,7:30 p. m., by S. E. JONKS and tlKM>KUSON Lkk. Turn out, voters, and hear these gentlemanly speakers expound the principles of true Democracy. M. M. Roukiis, County Chairman. DEMOCRACY JUBILANT. l*ast Monday was a memorable da\ in the annals of Roanoke county. Petei Otey, our nominee, and Senator I)an iel treated a large and appreciative audience to splendid addresses. Dan iel's speech was great. He clearly demonstrated by facts and figures that the last Congress, for dispatch in leg islation. surpassed any previous Congress, and that it beat " tbe record." His close and an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1894

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 31, 1894. Entered at the Poetofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. THE HHYES PARTRIDGE SHOE! ?ARE THE? Prettiest in the World! You have Jill heard of Philadelphia Fine Shoes. The Huyes Purtridse h one of the finest makes of Fine Philadelphia shoes. They are for Ladies', Misses' and Children only. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not high, either. No higher than other makes of less merit and style. We can furnish men and boys in the celebrated Douglas Shoes, and two other good makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe 1ms never been sold here, but iu the large cities they are in great demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tarilT Dress Goods are moving right along. We find the people can raise money when they see bargains. There are sotue styles in this lot that can't be duplicated; you want them 1 Corsets in white, drab and black, for full, medium or slender tlgures, long or short waist. Spend your money with us ; you can't do better. Brown'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1894

PRICES UNDER FREE WOOL. Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 14.? j 1 he good effects of the new tariff on the wool market are coining more rapidly than even its most hearty supporters had dared to wish. The Wheeling Register, through its special correspondents in eastern Ohio, NN est \ irginia and western Pennsylvania, has made inquiry concerning ju ices and demands, and the result has been far more than satisfactory to the friends of the free wool measure. The correspondent at Woodstield, Ohio, the center of a large wool-rais-iug country, represented in Congress by A. .1. Pearson, whose place was jeopardized by his vote for free wool, reports that Alexander Harmon sold 15,000 pounds of wool within a week at 2G cents, and was offered as much for the remainder of his clip. This he refused, believing he can do better before the first of the year. Clint & Pfalzgrand, also Monroe county, have sold their wool within a. week at 22 cents, it being a less desirable clip than that of Harmon....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA WldDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28. 1894, NO, 16 Trie Times-P^eg-lsier IS PUBLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 TKAH, trietly Cash in A^vance(or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DENIT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisements ? Orders ofj Publication, Trusteed Sales, ComniiHsioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Hales, Ac.?75 cents per square (inch) for 11 rst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. * Locals?10 cents per line. |3T Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIM1SS-REGISTER, College Aye., Salem, Va. jyjElYILLE C. STRICrLA?DXD.r (Hospital and Private IlxpsrieiKie.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional seryices to the people of 8alera and vicinity. t^T'Special attention j>aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postotflee. OrricE Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. W. w. morrirrr. R- w. kime, OFFETT & KIM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1894

$ime$ - mistct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Saleui and lias a inueli larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 88, 1894. . DKMT & Publisher*. For Congrats?Sixth District, P ETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic j>arty. HILL FOB GOVERNOR. The Democratic State convention of New York yesterday gave Senator David B. Hill the nomination for Governor unanimously. We do not believe a stronger man could have been named, and the race between Hiliand Morton, the ex-vice-president, will be a hotly contested one. Doth are popular, both able, and both good men. But Hill means success in New York for the Democracy this fall, for there is perhaps no other man iu that great State who has such a strong hold upon the people. THE INCOME TAX. There is one great benefit the last Congress conferred upon the people, and moreover It is abenetlt which the Democratic people did not promise. The law enacted in pursuance thereof imposes a tax ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1894

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2#, 181)4. Entered at the PostotBce, in Salem, Va. na second-class matter. THE HAYES PARTRIDGE SHOES ?ARE THE? Prettiest in the World I s You have all heard of Philadelphia Fine Shoes. The HaveB Partridge is one of the finest makes of Fiuo Philadelphia shoes. They are for Ladies', Misses' and Children only. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not high, either. No higher than other makes of less merit and style. Wo can furnish men and boys in the celebrated Douglas Shoes, and two other good makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe has never been sold here, but in the large cities they are in great demand. Don't fail to try them. Wo back them up. ?The low tariff Dress Goods are moving right along. We find the people can raise money when they see bargains. There are some styles in this lot that can't be duplicated; you want them ? Corsets In white, drab and black, for full, medium or slender figures, long or Bliort waist. Spend your money with us; you can't do better. bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1894

A NEW CHUBCE FAD. Poopl? Balso Honey By Novel Methods. Highland, N. Y. September.?A new religious fad lias been taken up by the church people here. The people of the Presbyterian and Methodist Episcopal Churches are engaged in a uiild scramble for money to swell the treasuries of their resj>ective societies, and the fad is to seoure this money by practicing unusual oocupationfe, economizing in personal and household expenditures, and begging. Experience meetings are held, and as each person makes his or her contribution they explaiu how they got the money. Au experience meeting was held in the Methodist Episcopal Church Friday night. Ten cents admission was charged, and there was a large number of persons present.? Music was furnished by a volunteer orchestra, comiK>sed of members of the Epworth League, under whose auspices the meeting was held. Howard Wilcox presided. Dr. C. H. Ganse said that he saved a dollar for the church by not giving his wife bananas, of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1894

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5. 1S94 T\e Tirrves-(Register IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT f 1.50 YKAll, trictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisements? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commission* er's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Hales, Ac.?75 cents |ht square (inch) for llrst insertion, and Tit) cents jht square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. 2-?/~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYlLLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D.f (Hospital ami lYlvate Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the |>eople of Salem ami vicinity. t~t/"Special attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofllce. Office Hours?8 to 10 a. in., 1 to (i p. m. W. W. MOFFETT. It. W. KIMK. jy^OFFKTT & K...

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