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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1894

?tmeo - |{ci|ister. Is the Oldest Nowspa|H?r i 11 Salem, anil Was a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. OOTORKR 5, ? HKNi r A- wruf,PuUlUhem. PETER J . OTE Y, \ Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic party. EON. JOHN GOCEE. I his ilistinguished Virginian will iiddrow the .voters of this county in behalf,of the Democratic cause, at the Town Hall, on Monday, October 15th, county court day. Mr. (toode is one of the ablest speakers in the State, and should have a large crowd to hear him. Turn out, people, and luring your neighbors with you. THE WILY REPUBLICAN PARTY. 1 fear the Greeks, even wlien bearing gift*,* the expression of the uohle old Trojan, strikes with peculiar force to-day, and impresses us with its wisdom, as we review the position of the Republican party on the question of the finances. Any thinking man, at all conversant with the political history of this country, knows that the lite and soul of the Republican party consists of its ruinous...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1894

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 181)4. Salami at tbe PoetofBce, in Balew, V?. as second-class matter. THE HAYES PARTRIDGE SHOES ?ARE TilE? Ppettiest in the World ! You have all hearil of Philadelphia Fine Shoes. The Haven Partridge is one of the finest makes of Fine Philadelphia shoes. They are for Ladiea', Misses" and Children only. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not hi*:h, 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 trood makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe has never been sold here, but in the lar^e cities they are in ^reat. demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tariff Dress (foodsare 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, lon?j or short waist. Spend your money with us; you can't do better. ( Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1894

OUR CONSTITUTION. An Act Authorizing the Submission of the Amondment to tho People, and How it Shall ho Voted Upon. Not only will the voters of Virginia choose Congressman at the1 November election :?,t they will be called ujk>ii to vote upon the ratification of an amendment to the tenth clause of Article 1 of the ?State constitution. The object of this amendment is to nullify the decision of the Supreme Court of Appeals in the Mary Miller case. By this decision the powers of justices and magistrates were so circuinscribed as to increase enormously the criminal expenses of the commonwealth. 1 he act authorizing the submission of the amendment to the people, and which freely explains its scope and how it shall be voted upon reads: 1. lie it enacted by tho (ieneral Assembly of Virginia. That it shall be the duty of the officers conducting the election directed by law to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem!)or, eighteen hundred and ninety-four,' at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1894

L. , "" VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 12 1S94 NO. 18 T!*\& Times-Register 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT f 1.50 YKAH, triotly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.O.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. T?a nsirkt Advertisements ? Orders of Publication, Trust**'* Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Hales, Ac.?7.r> cents per square (inch) for lirst insertion, and 80 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. HT Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. E, (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the |?eole of Salem and vicinity. l^f~S|>eciai attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. OrricK Hours?8 to 10 a. in., 4 to G p. m. W. W. MOrPETT. P.. W. K1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1894

lime* - -glister. Ib the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. Fill DAY. OCTOBER IS. 18#4. For Congress?.Sixth lJislrict, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic party. HON. JOHN GOOSE. This distinguished Virginian will address the voters of this county in behalf of the Democratic cause, attlie Town llall, on Moudav, October 15th, couuty court day. Mr. Ooode in one of the ablest speaker* in the State, ! and should have a large crowd to hear him. Turn out, people, and bring your neighbors with you. the new Election law. The Republicans are n fastidious, a peculiar people. They are at present engaged, not in boasting what they intend to do, but complaining of what they say the Democrats havn't done. Really, they are not standing upon their own merits. They simply can't be suited in an election law. The New Jersey glass ballot box, tiie Australian system, and the Andersou-McCoriuick law are all alike despicable in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1894

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1W4. Entered at the Poetoffice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. THE HAYES PARTBIBGE SHOES ?ARE THE? Prettiest in* the World! You have all heard of Philadelphia Fine Shoes. The Haven Partridge is one of the finest makes of Fine Philadelphia shoes. They are for Ladies', Misses' and Children ouly. No mens, shoes in this lot. The price is not higb, either. No higher than other makes of less merit and style. We can furnish men and hoys in the celebrated Douglas Shoes, and two other good makes. The Hayes Partridge Shoe has never been sold here, hut in the large cities they are in great, demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tnrilT 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 t Corsets in white, drab and black, for full, medium or slender figures, long or short waist. Spend your money with us; you can't do better. Brown's B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1894

It Ha3 Eifforont Meanings. SouicboUy *vho wants to explain what the editorial "wo" signifies, says it has a variety of meanings, varied to suit theeirennistanees. Kor an example: When yon read that " e ex pee t onr wife home to-clav," " we " refers to the editor-in-chief; when it is "we"' are a little late with our work, it includes the whole oflice force, even to the devil and towel; if " we " are haying a boom, the town is meant; "we" received 700,000 immigrant*) last year, and it embraces the nation ; but if " we " have hog cholera in our midst, it only means the man that takes the paper and does not pay for it is ill.?Newborn Journal. As a ? Doctor Does. The one great fault with all Liver Pills is that they act suddenly and sharply instead of quietly and continuously. They produce a violent relief and then leave you weakened, with an empty stomach and no appetite i<>; ibod. This is not what a doctor does. Kvtrv rhy-irian T>rr<.e-il&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1894

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19. 1894 ? . ? I.n ? ? ~mm? ? I Ttl? Times-Register IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT fl.50 V'KAK, triotly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publisher*. Transient Ai>vektisem entm? Orders ol Publication, Trustee's bales, Commissionor's Notice#, Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?75 cents per s<iunre (inch) lot lirst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. I ax a i.s?10 cents per line. Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THB TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D? (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. t3f"Spec?al attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over PostofHce. OrricE Hours?H to It) a. m., 1 to 0 p. m. w. w. mokfett. k. w. kime. jyf OFFETT &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1894

I limes - mister. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1U, 1WM. IIKNIT .V WEIIir^B, VwhlUlnMH. For Congress?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic party. THE COUPON CASES. A few days ago the United States Circuit Court entered au order dissolving the injunction in the Parsons coupon ease. The injunction in this case was gotten by Parsons, restrain-' ing the treasurers of Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk, prohibiting them from refusing to give receipts for coupons tendered for taxes. Parsons had contracted with taxpayers to pay their taxes in coupons, take the receipt of the treasurers for the taxes, and, upon a presentation of the receipt* to the taxpayers, they were to comply with their contracts of payment. Judge Simonton, in delivering the opinion, said that it could no longer be doubted that the coupons are valid obligations of the State, and receivable for taxes and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1894

kilties FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1894. iCntered at tl*e Postoftioe, in Salem, Va. as aecond-class matter. THE HAYES PARTRIDGE SHOES ?ARE THE? 6 Prettiest in the World I You have all heard of Philadelphia Fiue Shoes. The Haven Partridge is oue of the finest makes of Fine Philadelphia shoes. They are for Ladies, Misses' and Cbildreu only. No menu, shoes Iti 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 haa never been sold here, bat in the large cities they are in tfreut demand. Don't fail to try them. We back them up. The low tariff Dress t-ioods 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 short waist. Spend your money with us; you can't do b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1894

HORRIBLE SEATS. A Female Aeronaut Falla Fiftoen Hundred Feet. iU'KKAi.o, N. Y.?lk?atrice Van Dresden, the young woman balloonist, made an ascension at the FrankIvnnvillc fair grounds to-day at 5 o'clock, and when e ver 1,500 feet from the earth she fell from the balloon and was instantly killed. Miss Van DrcssUcu was a native of Buffalo. In recent years, however, her home has been in Frankfort, Ky. She has been a professional aeronaut for three years, and in that time has made twenty ascensions. She had just passed her 17th birthday. When the hour arrived to-day the wind was blowing rather strongly, and she was advised not to make the ascensiou. Her father and mother, who were present, tried to dissuade her, but she declared that she would not disappoint hundreds of old friends, and the balloon was released from its mooring. At a height of about 1,500 feet, the crowd below observed that Miss Van Dresden was preparing to make her parachute jump. She appeared at the side of the basket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1894

FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER Off. J 8 94 ?.? NO. 20 ins Times-I^eg-ister 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 TKAR, triotly Cash iu Advauee(or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advirtiskmrnt??Order? of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?75 cents i>er square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 ceuUt per line. fcjT" Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jy?ELYILLK C. STRICKLAND, H. DM (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the i>oole of Salem and vicinity. t^fSpecial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflee. Ofkick Hours?8 to 10 a. in., 4 to 6 p. m. sr. W. MOKFKTT. R. W. KIM*. jyjOPFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1894

?imc$ -lUfltetet. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, OCTOBER JT. 1WM. DKSIT Jft WKllH^S, F? HI Inborn. For Congreai?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, . Of Lynchburg. Nomine? of the Democratic party. f SEV. 3AM 8*ALL AGAIN. Mr. Small lias surely felt the thrust we made In last week's issue of this paper, through his political epidermis, rhinoceros-hided as lie is, in the exposure of his demagogical treatment of the income tax in his speech here in Salem. In the issue of The Pilot, of Tuesday last, a paper published in Norfolk, in the interest of his many-sided party, he admits our position that the income tax feature is older than the Third Party, but " Of course the income tax is ancient. It is older than Blackatone, England, or Jerusalem. We migbt b?ve mentioned that in our Salem speech if we had not be lieved that the idiots all abandoned the place when its "boom collated. But we made the charge of political ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1894

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, lsi?4. Holered at the PoeitolHce, in Balem, Va. an second-class matter. REMOVAL ^ >?; Iff"' f-f ? ' , Browns Bargain House Has Moved <# to the Red Stripnl Front. a A J&' * ^ Come and sdc a BI(J Mtorc chock full of JtlU bargains. t*F" The only place in town * where you can wt the 8bo*s:" "liny "J^tAlo Wlintm," "ltntfcrick'e Patterns," Umbrella Covers, Syracuse I'lows, See., Ac. t-if We otter no Chromos and take nobody's Premium Checks, but we depend on giving you more goods and better goods than anybody for the price. HF* Wt' have the lightest and largest store-room in towli, and we want the largest business; ami wo will hare It if you will give trt a look. REMEMBER fftffflR TH K PLACK~-*|*|*f Brown's Bargain House. r??"KFi? MT STRIPED 5-^-FRONT, SALEM, "VA.. L.OOAL. AFPAIPS ROANOKE COUNTY TEACHERS. Associations to bo Held ?Tho Progmmo tor the Work They Will Do. The firht meeting of the Iloajioke County Teachers' Association will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1894

WAS BURIED ALIVE. Sensations of & Kan Who Felt tho Earth Closing Upon Him. W. K. More head, geologist, was recently buried alive while excavating a mound of the mound builder**! in Ohio. Jle fell with his head reel-' ing a Little above bis feet, and suffering little beyond a sensation of strong compression due to the weight of the earth, which pressed the buttons of his light costume into the! skin, and caused his watch chain to marked hi s body. The pressure of the soil on his' straw hat caused him to feel as if the skin of his brow were cut. A j knife in his pocket seemed to burn j into the llesh, and finally hifc back I boue seemed Slowly to break. Then he become insensible to pain, though still able to think. Jlis thoughts succeeded each other like flashes of lightning, and related to the past, the future and his home, lie did not tlnnk of his condition, except to wonder if he would be able to breathe when he was taken out. He tried to move his hands, even his finger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1894

1 % i **?? k .9. H ' uHf iL . . : SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2. I894 N O. 21 i ,-ic TimesIS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.00 Y KAH, trictly Cash in Advance(or$2 if paid within three mouths. CHA8. D. DEN IT <& F.G.WEBBER, OwuerB and Publishers. Transient Advertisements?Orders of Publication,' Trustee's Salcp, Commissioner's Notices. Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, ttc.*-75 cent* pee square (inch) for first ir.setU(>n, ami 5<> cents **r square for each subsequent insertion. . Locals?10 cents per line. tjr Yearly rates nuule on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS-RE(i 1STER, College Ave., Salem, Va. ^elyille c. Strickland; m. d., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. t-*7"Special attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoflice. Office Horns?8 to 10 a. n*., 4 to &am...

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

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Suleni, him! has n iimeh larger eirvulation thuu any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. NOV KM HER 2. 1804. ? DKMT A WKBP JB, Ful?ll?h?ra. ' ? For Congress ? Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, Of Lynchburg. Nominee of the Democratic |wrty. BE CABEFUL ABOUT YOUE VOTE. ? When you vote next Tuesday draw the mark clear across all th names on the ticket except the on you wish to vote for. If you do no draw It, at least three-fourths of th< way across, it will not do; and I you neglect to uiark all the name this way, except that of the candi ?late for whom you wish to **???> your ballot will not Ik* counted. W doubt not- that <piite a number o ballots will thus be lost. Inform th voters about this matter that the! votes may count. THE REPUBLICAN PART LEGISLATES FOR THE HENEFI' OF THE FEW AT THE EXPEN8 OF THE MANY?THE DEMI CATIC PARTY, FOR THE GREA1 EST GOOD TO THE GREATE8' NUMBER. MEAN CAMPAININO. Rev. D. C. Moomaw occupied i whole co...

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

iimes-JUgtetct. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S94. K me red at the Poetoffice, in Salem, V?. m secoud-class matter. REMOVAL Brown's Bargain House Has Moved to the Red Striped Front. Come and see a BIG Store cliock full of BIG bargains. fc#T" The only place in town where you can set the " Douglas Shoes," "Bay State ShoeH," " Butterick's Patterns," Umbrella Covers. Syracuse Plows, ?fcc., Ac. k?f We offer no Chromoe and take nobody's Premium Checks, but we depend on giving you more goods and better goods than anybody for the price. tST We have the lightest and largest store-room in town, and we want the largest business; and we will have It if you will give us a look. REMEMBER THE PLACEBrown's Bargain House. tSy-REL) tw STRIPED tar FRONT, SALEM, A. LOCAL AFFAIRS DON'T INTIMIDATE VOTERS. Lav In Regard to Order at the Polla On Election Day. The following is published for the information of the public : " Be It enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia. That the judges of election, if it shall a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1894

Meat on Quick Time. More meat can be produced iti the shortest time from tho duck than from any other Jiving thing on the farm. The farmer who has a drake and *>i\ ducks will get something like Sou or 1,<?00 eggs from them in a }ear, and he can set the eggs under hens and have ducklings from the time the tirst lot comes out, which is often as early as February, uutil late in summer. It should not cost over six cents to produce a pound of duck meat, and they grow so rapidly and leave chicks far in the rear. A duckling should weigh, if forced, four pouuds in eight weeks. We have had them to gain a pound in one week. Of course we hail .lie l'ekins, and ??ned only tho largest aud best we could procure for breeding purposes, and wc have raised hundreds that never saw water except in a trough, no ponds or streams being used. .No quicker way of supplying meat for the farmer's table can be suggested than for him to hatch out a large lot of ducklings, and he car get a g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1894

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER <>. 1894 l ,ic Times-Register 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.60 YKAH, triotly Cash iu Advanee(orf2 if paid within three mouths. CHA8. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Apvertihkmentm?Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and GO cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Lovak?10 cents per line. tW Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital aud Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. tyS|?ecial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoflice. Orrics Horse?8 to 10 a. rn., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. Morrcrr. r. w. kime. jyjOFFETT & KIM K, ATTORNEYS...

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