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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1895

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aiul has a much larger circulation than any other paper lias ever had.! FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. lMtt. OKMT A WRRR.;K, I'uMUhfni. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. I^ast week the Virginia. Court of Appeals reversed the Mary Miller ease, aud the decision of the old court as to the Jurisdiction of magistrates, which lias given the people of ^ irginia bo much trouble, is now a dead letter. The Mary Miller case involved the constitutionality of sections 4100-7-8 of the code of 1887, which confers jurisdiction upon justices to try certain criminal offenses named in the first section mentioned. I he case began in a magistrate's court, then went to the county court of Rockingham, was then appealed to the Circuit Court of that county, and finally got up to the Court of Appeals. The Circuit Court was reversed January 14, 1892; the case was reheard on April 13 and reaffirmed on April 21, Judge Lacey vigorously dissenting. The decision of the court was that section 4100 was ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1895

iiwcs-^cgistct. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 18U5. ?Cun?red at the I'ostoffloe. in Balem, Va. THE EARLY BIRD - Gets the Worm. Best quality yard-wide Pare-alee in 1 to 6 yard pieces, at. 10 c., worth 12c.$ Good quality 1 yard wide Percala in one to five yard pieces, at He .worth Good Bleached Cotton, vard-wide, in 5 to 10 yard pieces, at OJc., worth 8e. Good Bleached Cotton, yard wide, in 5 to 10 yard pieces, a 8c., worth 10c. Plaid Nainsooks at 4c. S|>eeial bargains in India Linen, at 7 and 10c. Best Indigo Blue Calico at 4ic. per yard. Over 2.000 yards New Hamburg from 2c. up. BROWN'S -rr Red Striped Front, SALEM, VA. LOO as SMceud-clam matter. 10c CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. A\r E A Hit AUTHORIZED AND RRQUE8T ed to announce that Mr. George M. Muse la a candidate for re-election to the office of TREA8URER of Roanoke connty at the May election. Ill ERERY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN* dldate for re election to the olllee of 811 EH IFF of Roanoke county, at the election to bo tiol?l tlie f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1895

" HE KNOWETH BEST !" Last night as my dear babe lay dead, In agony 1 knelt and said : " Oil, Ood ! what have I done. Or In what wise offended thee. That thou should st takeaway from me My little son?" I'pon the thousand useless lives, l*|H>n the guilt that vaunting thrives. Thy wrath were better S|?ent! Why should'st thou take my little son ' Why should'st thou vent thy wrath upon This innocent ? hast night, us my dear !?abe lay dead. He fore mine eyes the vision spread Of things that might have been : Licentious roit, cruel strife. Forgotten prayers, a wanted life. Dark, red willi sin. Then, with soft music in the air. 1 saw another vision there : A Shepherd, in whose keep A little lamb, my little child, Of worldly wisdom undented, l,ay fast asleep! Ijist night, as iuy dear babe lay dead. In those two messages 1 read A wisdom manifest; And though mv arms be childless now. I am content; to Him I how. Who knoweth best. A jjood peg on which to hang your pergonal comfort for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 March 1895

> i 29. SAUyM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, MAKCH 8. 1<*<)5 NO. 40 -w i \f-n,?s-r\eg~wS"icr 18 PUBLISH RD iVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT $1.50 YKAK. I u tl) Cash in Ad Vance(or f'J if paid within three months. HAS. D DEN IT 6i F.G. WEHHKK. Owner* and PubliBhertt Transient Apvkrtiskmrnts.? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Hale?, Commissioner's Notices. Ks?ray Notices, Advertisements of Kales, Ac.?75 cents |?er square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents |>cr square for each subsequent insertion tjncAi.8?10 cents per line. Ye*rlv r?te? randt- ?n *pi>llr?Hon * rtte ?r vail ??? ? n ri M? ? KlilS'EH. ? ??!!??!.? Wf . ^itleni Va jyjELYILLE C. STKia?.AHD, M. U., (Hospital and Private Exj?erieiice.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peo le of Salem and vicinity. tST"Special attention j?aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoffice. Orric? Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. rn. w. w. MorFK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 March 1895

Is the Oldest N\'Wspa|HT in ?>ulcm and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has over hail FRIDAY. MARCH I8ic?. MKMT * WKBR.W, I'uMUhera. THE PBIMABY ELECTION. The people liave 1?eeu gratified iu tlieir wishes to have a primary election for the purj>ose of choosing candates for the couuty offices. On the 21st of this month thin now institution in the politic* of the county will be put into operation, and every voter should impress this fact upon his mind, and attend the sauie promptly on that day, and give his vote for such candidates as he thinks to be fittest, and the best qualified. Here is now a golden opportunity to silence all bickering and complaint in the great voice of the majority ; a chauce to act in the selection of candidates before a tribunal free from all partis&nry and clique domination. We earnestly call upon all of the eitizeus, individually aud collectively, to attend the polls on the day above named aud vote for thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 March 1895

<2te0-?ftcqi FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 18U5. ^.uiered at the Pmtofllce. in Salem Vi*. as neooml-clast! matter. Economy, Health and Comfort SECURED BY WEARING THESE. Wc will refund your $1.00 if you are not entirely satisfied after Four Weeks' Trial. You can get these Corsets and Waists from us only. BROWN'S ?o*s?ea,n Red Striped Frout, SALEM, VA. ?? " 1 1 ? LOCAL AFFAIPS Editor J. S. Hutchinson. The approaching session of the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. South, will he of unusunl interest ?specially in regard to the appointment of a permanent editor for the church newspaper, the Baltimore Advocate. Since the death of Hev. I)r. Samuel Rodgers the position has been mostably filled hy Rev J. S. Hutchinson, formerly the beloved pastor of the Salem station. Under his excellent management the circulation of the paper has increased to a remarkable extent, whilst the paper itself has surprised even those who knew its editor, best, by the excellence of the articl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 March 1895

TWO SHOULDERS AT THE WHEEL. Should you meet a troubled brother, Then a kindred spirit feel; Heavy burdens might be lifted With your shoulder at the wheel, l et hint know yon take an interest. It would not take him long to see Whether you are a true, well-wisher. Or a shamming Pharisee. And the time may not be distant When you'll lack both strength and /eal. hen perhaps you will be grateful For one extra at the wheel. Do not turn your back upon him. Do not coolly walk a war. Just because you ttm.k you're made of Rome superior kind of clay. When you come to think af>out it? And sometimes we mortals mustThere is nothing very striking In the lineal kind of dust More than that, we cannot claim it? Pis but lent to us on trust; And pray what is there to bo: st of In ashes, clay or du*t ? Clothei Made cf Wool. rime was when references to a " wooden overcoat " were understood as the irreverent equivalent of measuring a man for a coffin, but it would seem that suits of clothes made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1895

ROANOKE COUNTY, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15. 1SU5 * NO. 41 t* r> ? i 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAH, t rlctly ChkIi iu Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. OHA8. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBHER, Owuern aud Publisher*. Tsaiwiiht Advertisements;?Onlers of Publication, Trustee's .Sales*. Commission er's Notice#. Es'my Notice#, Advertisement* of Sales, ?&e??.*> cents per square (inch) for lirst insertion. an?I 50 cents i>er square for each subsequent insertion Locals?10 cents |>er line I-#" Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. J^ELYILLE C, STRICKLAND, M. D? (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, V1KU1NIA. Offers his professional services to the |>eole of Salem and vicinity. pySpccIal attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofllce. Office Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to G p. tn. w. w. MoFrrrr. r. w. kime. fc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1895

Is Hie Oldest Newspaper in Salcin, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever hail. FRIDAY. MARCH 15, l?w. 1?RNIT & WRKH.:K, Ftil?l Utter*. A BUSINESS MAN'S VIEWS. Mr. C. P. Huntington, the wellknown railroad man, is now well advauced in life, and he has been one of the greatly successful men in American business life. HIk opinions regarding buHiuoRH conditions are worthy of attention. In an interview with a rej>orter of the New York Times he said a day or so back : 4? In my own experience of Hixty years I have never known more than three ?cood years in ten on an average, and there usually have been three pretty had years in the same ten.M Hut more important than this is Mr. Huntington's further statement: 1 calculate that the time has come for improvement, and a protracted l?eriod of solid prosperity. Of course there arc agitators and skeptics who still keep up their dismal talk. I don t think such talk amounts to anything. I guess-and it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1895

FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895. Buiered at the Po<tofllce, in Salem, Va. as nebud-dm matter. Economy, Health and Coin fort. ! SECURED BY WEARING THESE. We will refund your $1.00 if you are not entirely satisfied alter Four Weeks' Trial. Y??u can get these Corsets and Waists from us only. BROWN'S Red Striped Front, SALEM, VA. LOCAL -A.IFIF'A.IiRS We Save Hoard It SaidL - That if some |?eo|>Ic in Sal era could have had their way last Saturday they would have boon willing to have seen the heads of several Councilmen ground off under the wheels of the first electric car that ran acroM Main street. Hut while the people reared the Couucilmen smiled and said the future would demonstrate the wisdom of their actions. Thut the giddy maidens couldn't throw kisses at the man in the moon last Sunday night?he retired before they did. That not only the Methodists, but Salem people generally, hope Presiding Elder Hall ami Pastor Kennedy will he returned here by the Methodist conferenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1895

Learn a Trade. More than four-llfths of the prisoners of the United Stutes have no trade. The hoy who learns a trade will have a sword for the tight and an umbrella for the rain, for the tight will come and the rain will fall. In liven of the most ordinay routine each day ha* its adventures and struggles and the best panoply for the inevitable is a trade or professional training, the former being much the safer and surer. There is always a demand for the steady, study, skilful mechanic who in the morning of life provides a nest egg and adds to it from year to year. Thrifty industry bring us more surely to the quiet shore of content than feyerisli, ambitions speculation, though its sails be not of silk nor silver trumpets sound on its deck.? Exchange. The old adage. "An idle brain is the devil's workshop," is a trite one and is borne out by the fact that lawlessness of every kind originates with the unemployed in nearly all instances. The present era, with the countless caravans of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 March 1895

, i -w i*um,es-i^egisier IU PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAR, t rictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. ?!HA8. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transient Advertisement*?Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioners Notices, Kstr?y 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. 1-jjT" Yearly rates made on application. \N rite or call on THK TIMKS-UEOISTER, Colkge Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experienoe.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. ?i7~Special attention j>aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. Officii Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. w. w. moffett. R. w. kimk. jy^OFFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 March 1895

limcsi - J Is the Oldest- Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH S2, 18U5. 1?KNTT ITKnniTR. Pulillnhers. THE IMPROVEMENT IN FBIOES. After all the gloom of low prices, panic* and uncertainty, through which the United States have been pausing for the past two or three yearn, it is indeed cheering* to reiul during the lat^t week or bo of the improvement, slow but sure, which is taking place generally throughout the country and which not only the leading papers cWonicle, but the business agencies report as being based 011 a sure foundation. Iron, often termed the baormeterof trade, while it has not made any material advance in price is reported to be in strong demand, the iron trade show lug 40 per cent, more business than at this time last year, whilst there is a decided rise in cotton and graiu In regard to the advance In wheat and its products, one need but to turn to the advertising columns of the Timkh-Rkoistku and not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 March 1895

i-iicgistcr. PK! I>AY. MARCH 22, 18J15. K r<??ed h* the Piwtnffllce, In >*aleni, Va. . M*'< il|lt-ol&M? 'UHttfr. Economy, Health and Comfort ! SECURED BY WEARING THESE. We will refund your $1.00 if you are not entirely satisfied after Four Weeks' Trial. V u can get these Corsets and Waists from us only. brown's B?rr Red Striped Front, SALEM, VA. LOOAL AFPAIPS New and Changes cf Old Ads. Kee notice of meeting of tho stockholders ' of the Ilolstcin Woolen Mills. Head the notice of nn estrny cow in an-! other column. It may be yours. Mamie's Pharmacy, of Roanoke, today advertises a ring for two dollar* which is guaranteed to cure rheumatism or your money will he returned to you. For the next thirty day a B. Levy <k Alexander will have a great sacrifice sale to lnake room for spring stock. Head what they have to say. \Natt, Rettew it day, of Roanoke, have a change in their large advertisement, in which they give the name...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 March 1895

A FIRST AND LAST EXTOST. I love my love so well My love I cannot tell, ? Though "It I've tried, in proer. And ao I venture rhyme. (That doesn't rhyme.) 1 love her merry eycw. The color of the skiee. Her rippling laugh so sweet. Her golden hair, her dimpleu cheek*, And dancing feet. (Too many feet.) She's In my thoughts alway. In nlght-drcam* and in day, L would the hours (lew fleeter Toward the moment 1 shall meet ber. (That's wrong metre.) It's hard for me to write? My muse has taken llight; My rhyme is getling worse, 1 think I'll try blank verse. (No' confound all verse > Newsboy?Pnper, sir? Solemn Looking Citizen?My dear boy, 1 would like to oblige you, bat 1 can't read. Newsboy?Yen. sir. Want a shine? Deui feet's wuth speudin' a nickel on, if tbe bead aiu't. Amelia Barr, tbe novelist, claims tbat the men arc to blame for ?women's extravagance in dress. If this be so it is one of those cases in which a man has to pay dearly for his fault. ?? , - " Tea will be dearer no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1895

V L. -29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 5. 1895 NO. 44 ,l .ic ixrn.es-Register IS PUBLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 ykah, t rictly Cash in Advauce(or$2 If paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBHKH, Owners ami Publisher* Transient Advertisement*?orders of Publication, Trustee's Kales, ? ommissioner's Notices, Es?ray Notices, Advcrtismm-nts of Sales, Ac.?75 cents |*>r square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?fo cents per line. f t-4f~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMKS-RKG 1STKR, College Ave., Salem, Va. jyjELVILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers bis professional services to the indole of Salem and vicinity ?&~Special attention paid to?'bronic Dis?ases. OFFICE?Over Postotflce. OrncK Hours?8 to 1U a. in., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. Moprrrr. r. w. kime. j^JOFFETT &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1895

i Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem,, ami has a much larger circulation I than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. AglUI, 5, 1811.",. 1?KN IT & WEkBISK, Utter*. roaNoKecoUnty Democratic : Ticket. | ELECTION, MAY IK'ifl. For Treasurer,' UBO. M. MUSK. For Sheriff, (iEO. W. ZI It K MS. For Commonwealth's Attorney. It. W. KIMK. For Commissioner of Revenue, 1st 1 >ist rict. J NO. 11. cjarst. L'nd Disfrict, I). R. KKFACVKK. HEAVIER rARM HORSES NEEtED. The Valley of Virginia, the Cum-j herland Valley, ami those portions of . Maryland and Pennsylvania, which j are considered the most >rtile, are j naturally cultivated by a progressive class of farmer*, whose large barus, comfortable homes and well tilled llehls, advertise to the passing stranger the fact that the owner is able to make farming pay. In these' sections improved methods prevail, and improved live stock are kept. Especially is this noticeable in the horses used for plowing the broad :u'.ro8 or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1895

iirar<j ^Uqistrr. FRl n > vl'KlL r,, IhM V?. Tjtt I o nady at tin Mr tiiu i Tin Mlair AnOpportunity , Ul,K IS WHAT YOU WAST And We Want. We want an opportunity to show you our goods and you may miss an opportunity to please yourself in more ways than one if you don't give it to us. We have got a "cinch " on Fine Hhoes and Slippers, at least our customers say so. and we want you to see them; no charge for looking and n<>t much for the goods. Butterick Patterns for April are in; you get a sheet for nothing. Ask to see the Featherbone Corsets and Waists, and listen to what we have to say about them. If you have a g<K>l Umbrella Frame you can hmtt?ovmd WH LB YuU wait. A good many l-t?" NEW THINUS In this week. Just stroll in and look around and ask for what you don't see. brown's -rr LOCAL AFFAIRS An Excellent Movo. At a recent meeting of the hoard of directors of the Salem Improvement Company it was decided to place on s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1895

EVENING. BY NARKIK HATVIIBR. SOFTLY comes the sunset hour, With its fading light Softly steuln a sweet rejiose. O'er the coming night. Softly do the happy birds Kvenint: notes rei>eat Softly 'mill the leafy tree*. Sigh the zephyrs sweet. Softly fades the dying day. In the golden west; Softly comes the silent night. The time for all to rest. Soltlv 'mid the sunset scene. When I'm called away. f would pass the realm of night To the date of Pay. ?Pierian. AN ENCHANTEFGARDEN. ! P.Y CI.Al'DIKE I- KIZKIt. ?N a far distant city of the West is situated a lovely garden, overlooking the peaceful waters of the dark bine sea. In front of the garden is a palace of glass, noted for its beauty and grandeur. Often at the windows may be seen the sweet face of the little queen, gazing with loving admiration at the beautiful tlowers outside. When tired of the splendor of the palace in which "every door is barred with gold and opens but to golden keys," she loves to wander in the garden and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1895

VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 12. 1895 "\c Tvrn,es-l^eg*isier 18 PUBLISHED ERY FRIDAY MORNING. \T fl.QO YKAR, ' Mil ui Advanee(or $2 if paid Aithiu thre*? months IHA8. D. DENIT 4i E.G. WEBBER, ()vfiiHi> and Publisher* Transient Advertisement*?Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales, ? 'ommissioner's Notices. Estray 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. W Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. M ELV1LLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D? (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALKM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peote of Salem and vicinity. t^f^liecial attention paid to Chrouic DisNM OFFICE?Over Poetofflce. Office Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. W. W. MOFFETT. K. W. kime. OFFETT & KIME, M ATTORNEY* AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. W...

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