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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1895

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, uiul has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. ? FRIDAY, AgKIL 13, 1895. I?KNIT * WRBBiSK, Ptihll?hvr?. ROANOKE COUNTY Democratic : Ticket ELECTION, MAY 23, 1895. For Treasurer, - CEO. M. Ml*SE. For Sheriff, <;eo. w. zikkle. For Commonwealth'!! Attorney, R. W. KIME. For Commissioner of Revenue, 1st Districl J NO. H. CAILST. L'nd District, 1>. E. KEFACVEK. JAMES LAWSQN KEMPER. (In Sunday last another brave Con federate wurrior surrendered to tin King of Terrors, and linn gone to joii that innumerable caravan that trea< the pale realms of death. At hiB home, in Orange county James Hawson Kemper, panned awa in the 73d year of his age. He wa born in the county of MadiBon ; wa a graduate of Washington and Le University, and studied law with <i W. Summers, of Charleston, W. Vo For an entire decade he was a mem ber of the legislature cf f]ie State.During the war lie was colonel of tli Seven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1895

(Eiiuco-^crjisteir. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. ?? t.he I'ootolSce. in Salem Va. ?i'iiii| i'Ikwi matter. Opportunity IS WHAT YOU WANT And We Want. We want an opportunity to show you our goods and you may miss an opportunity to please yourself in more ways tliHii one if you don't give it to us We have got a " cineh " on Fine Shoes and Slippers, at least our customers say so. and we want you to see them; 110 charge for looking and not much for the goods. Butterick Patterns for April are in; you get a sheet for nothing. Ask to see the Peathcrbone Corsets and Waists, and listen to what we have to say about them. If yon have a good Umbrella Frame you can have it covered WHILE YOU WAIT. A good many IW NEW THIK08 In this week. Just stroll in and look around and ask for what you don't see. BROWN'S rr* Red Striped Front,? SALEM, VA. LOCAL AFFAIPS The Schmelts Building. Work on the new building at the Itaptist Orphanage will commence as soon as the material can be obtained. It will he named after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1895

When tht Eexnocratic Party "Will Ei< When the liou eats grass like an ox. And the fish worm swallows the whal When the terrapins knit woolen socks. And the hare is outrun by the snail. When ser|>ents walk upright like men. And doodlebugs travel like frogs. When grasshoppers feed on the hen, Ami Teat hers are found on hogs. When Thomas eats swim in the air. And elephants roost upon trees. When insects in summer are rare. And snulT never makes people sneeze. When fish creep over dry land. And mnlos on velocipedes ride. When foxes lay eggs in the sand. And women in dress take no pride. When Dutchmen no longer drink beer. And girls get to preaching on time. When the billygoats butt from the rear, And treason no longer is crime. When the humming bin! brays like an aAnd hinberger smells like cologne When plowshares are made out of glass. And the hearts of Virginians are atom When ideas grow in Populist's heads, And wool on the hydraulic rain. Ttien the Democratic ]&a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1895

Vv>L. 29. SALEM. KOANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 19. 1<*95 NO, 46 True Tvmes-(Register 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 Y K A It, t riotly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CH AS. D. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners anil Publishers. J Transient Advertisement* ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Halm, Commissioner's Notices, Rstray Notices, Advert isements of Males, ?fcc.?75 cents j?er square (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. tW Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMK8-REGI8TER, (X?llego Ave., Salem, Va. ]y| KLYILLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital And Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. l-?J~?S|>ecial attention paid to Chronic DisOFFICE?Over Postofflce. Orncs Hours?vS to 10 a. tn., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. moffett. r. w. kimk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1895

?ime$ -jgegtatet. I? the Oldest Newspaper in Salem and has a much larger circuiatioi than any other paper has ever had FRIDAY. A<JR1L li>, 1W5. DKNI f A WR11DUR, Publisher*. ROANOKE county Democratic : Tickel ELECTION, MAY 23, 1805. For Treasurer, <JEO. M. Ml'SE. For Sheriff, UEO. W. ZIRKIJL Fro Commonwealth's Attorney. K. W. KIMK. For Commissioner or Keveune, 1st Pistric JNO. H. UAR8T. -nd District, I>. E. KEFAUVER. TO OUB VOTEBS. Tlie day of election is drawing nea and duty prompts us to put ourselvt forwanl for honest, determined wor to elect our candidate*. Tliev ai nearly nil old, experienced and trie officers, and all of tlieiu are men < capacity, worth, and character, an deserving of enthusiastic suppor Let us take counsel together, an work vigorously in their behalf. W have put forth men who will do the whole legal duty impartially towari all the people alike, without regai to color or party, and there is not single hone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1895

I'uuro-^cgistrt. FRIDAY. APRIL 11), 1??5. h? the Postofflce, in Salem. Va. m<t-Hass matter. An Opportunity IS WHAT YOU WANT And We Want We want an opportunity to show you our goods and you may mist" mi opportunity to please yourself in more ways than one if you don't give it to us. We have got a " cinch " on Fine Shoes and Slippers. at least our customers say so. and we want you to see theiu; no charge for looking and not much for the goods. Bntterick Patterns for April are in ; you get n sheet for nothing. Ask to see the Featherbonc Corsets and Waists, and listen to what we have to say about them. If you have a good Umbrella Frame you cau have it covfred WHILE YOU WAIT. A good many Idjjr NEW THINGS in this week. Just stroll in and look uround and ask for what you don't see. brown's Red 8triped Front, SALEM, VA. LOCAL AFFAIP8 Religious Notice. Appointments by Salem Laymen's Union p for Sunday, April 21. 1805 : n Bend Chapel, 11 a. m. 9 Mason's Cove, 11 a m. Mountain View,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1895

A CONTENTED FELLOW. 1JKST can't tell llow th? com'll sell; But 1 still keep the croi? u growiu'. I just can't know How the wind'll blow. If we'll have warm weather. Or hail, or snow ; 1 jest can't tell? So I jest lay low. An' the old world keeps a goin' ! I jest can't say? If the hives will pay ; But the rosea?they keep a blooiuin'; An' the bees?they buzzLike they knowed what wuz! An' still make honey (That's the way they d?es!) I jest can t say? So I (?o try way, An' the old world keeps a gom' ! I jest take all From the spring to fall, If there's bread to eat, Like it come?with the lord's bestow in' It is powerful sweet! * An' 1 ain't less thankful When I'm short on meat ! 1 jest take all. Till the roll's complete, An' the old world keeps a-goin* ! LITTLE GIBL IN JAIL. Bright Five-Year-Old Tot Taken Froi a Negro's House?The Child Badly Scared?The "Woman Arrested. A bright, golden-haired girl, about 5 years old, whose pparkllng blue eyes anil wiuning prattle attract the attention of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1895

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 26. I?U5 IB PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORN t NO AT |1.50 YKAR, t rictly Cash in Advauce(or$2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F.G. WEBBER, Owuers and Publishers. Transient Advertisement* ? Orders of Publication, Trustee's Sales. Commissi oner's Notices. Est ray Notices, Advertisements of Sales. Sic.?75 cents per square (inch) for first insertion, and W cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?10 cents per line. ZiT Yearly rates made on application. * \V rite or call on THE TIMES-REGISTER, College Ave., Salem, Va. | ELV1LLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D? (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. gygpedal attention paid to Chronic l>iseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. Oekice Hocus?H to 10 a. m , 4 to G p. m. W. W. MOFrKTT. K. W. rime. OFFETT & KIM E, M ATTO RN EYS-ATLA W, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1895

?imcs - gisitet Is the Oldest Newspaper in Saler and luia a much larger circulatic than any other paper has ever ha FKIDAY, At^ltlL 20, lwo. OKNIT * UKHII.-.R, r,?nilHhrr?. RoaNoRecounty Democratic : Ticke ELECTION, MAY 28, 1895. For Treasurer. <JEO. M. MFSE. For Sheriff, OEO. W. ZIRKLE. For Commonwealth's Attorney, U. W. K1ME. Fur Commissioner of Revenue, M Pislri J NO. H. GAR8T. 2nd District, D. E. KEFAUVKK. THE CONVENTION QUESTION AOAI The judiciary of Virginia must radically remodelled in the inter* of economy and dispatch in the bi iness of the courts. Since 1023 t county courts have formed a part the judicial system of this Comtnc wealth. It is a very dear instituti in the minds of the Virginia Saxoi and they would he loath to give it n Until 1870 it was composed of judp not traiued in the law ; of an educi t*d, conservative and incorrupted g< try, who dispensed justice with sa tary effect under hii unlimited jut diction in common law and equii In the con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1895

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1*95. . **? it the Pontotfloe in *>al V?. matter. IT PAYS SHOES - OF U8 BECAUSE OF ' The large assortment! HE SUPERIOR QUALITY! LOW P ICV ! W?e i. *iv. yo ? * -? i uiuuoroiiH parties w h o will testify that they have Peduced . . . THKIK . . ". Shoe Bill One-half by buying our Shoes. If it payh others htit WILL PAY YOU. BROWN'S ZT Red Striped Front, SALEM, VA. L.OOA.L AFFAIPS A Voluntary Testimonial. Orricx or Coppkb it Stonk, ) Fi'HKiTrRK, Carpers. Ac.. > Roanokk. Va., April 23. 1895. ) Messrs. Dkmt A Wkiihkr. Pl'BMSHKRs or Tim Kit - Kkwiptkk Salkm, Va.: Osntlemin?As we arc closing out our business by May 1st, please discontinue our ad. in your pajter alter that time. We have used your paper as an advertising medium for several years and are gratified to assure you that we have always found it one of the m<?t valuable mediums we have used. In fact, we are frank to say that we have seen, all things considered, more direct results fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1895

JUST FROM GEOB3XA. \ SONU 1)1" THE WBATHKK. Never mind tin* jreatlier?the country moves along. And the mocking birds are ready for the sweetest kiml of song; And the bluest skies are bending ??? the future. and the light Is beautiful?nnendiug, where there's never any night. Never mind the weather?there are rainbows in the sky And the stars chime all together, and God's heaven's not so high But the wings of faith can reach it, ere the stormy day is done. And behind the darkest shadows beams the glory of the sun ! Never mind the weather, for the ship will ride the sea? Lo ! the sailors sing together, for the lights are shining free. And the heaven bright and tranquil o'er the dashing billow gleams, And the stars shine o'er the harbor, where we'll rest in love and dreams ! Playing or Praying. A raid was recently effected ou aj novel kind of gambling deu in the Calle Mayor, Madrid. When the police eutered the place they discovered a small chapel or oratory; a gentleman whs standing at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 May 1895

FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 3. 1895 , NO, Trts Times-fjegisier 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAH, t rictly Cash iu Advance (or #2 if paid within three month*. CH AS. D. DENIT & F.G. WEBBElt, Owuere and Publishers. Transient Advkrtiskmkstr?Orders of Publication, Trustee's Kales, Commissioner's Notices, Estruy Notices, Advertisements of Sales, Ac.?7.r> ceuts per BquiN (inch) for first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Locals?lOcente |mr line. l-*f~ Yearly rates made on application. Write or cull on THE TIMES-RKGlSTER, College Ave., Saleiu, Va. jyjELYlLLE C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, BALKM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the pcole of Salem and vicinity. J-3T"Speeial attention paid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoftice. Office Horns?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. w. w. moffett. <*? w. kimk. OFFETT KIME, M ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 May 1895

?imes - pUflistcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1??5. Jti ? DKNIT A WKB1I3H, Publisher*. roajJoRe COUNTY Democratic : Ticket. ELECTION, MAY 23, 1895. For Treasurer, C5F.O. M. MUSE. For Sheriff, CEO. W. ZIRKLE. For Commonwealth's Attorney. R. W. KIMK. For CommlaBioner of Revenue, l?t District. J NO. H. CJARST. 2nd District, D. K. KEFAl'VER. GIFTS TO 0HAEITIE3. The Court of Appeals of Virginia rendered an important decision last Thursday on the subject of charitable Rifts, which only affirmed well established principles, however. The case was this : There were two organizations of colored people in Richmond, the Moore Street Church and the Moore Street Industrial Society. The church bought a lot, which wns conveyed to trustees, subject to vendor's lien for unpaid purchase money. The promoters of the Industrial Society asserted claim to the church lot because the subscriptions made by them for the ...

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

?Agister. V :$ 1*95 \? ? * ?, - '?t* t ?U * ?* -tr" III* IT PAYS SHOES TtV OF US BECAUSE OF The large assohtLubwt: HE SUPERIOR QUALITY! ME LOW PRICE ! We can give you naiues of numerous parties who will testify that they have Peduced . . . THEIR . . . Shoe Bill One-half by buying our Shoes. If it pays others HTIT WILL PAY YOU. BROWN'S Z?r Red Striped Front, SALEM, VA. - LOCAL AFFAIPS A Voluntary Testimonial. Orrir* or CorriR A Stonk, J FlTRNIlTRK, CaM'KRS. <&c.. > Roahork, Va., April 23, 1895. ) Mkwrh. Drnit A Wkbmcr, Pi'bi.isiikrs or TiMKs-KKuirrKH. Sai.km, Va.: Grntmcmkn?-As we are closing out our | business by May 1st, please discontinue our ad. in your pa|>cr after that time. We have used your paper as an advertising medium for several years and are gratified to assure you that we have always found it one of the most valuable mediums we have used. In fart, we are frank to say that we haye seen, all things considered, more direct resul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 May 1895

CAN THE HEART BE BROKEN. Physicians Say Not, Yot tho Imagination Often Plays Sad Franks. <?rief t?oe8 m?t kill, and it is indeed j very seldom tliat heavy ttoriow causes j death to any oue*when in a healthy 1 condition. It in, however, very often the direct caune of death, either 1 ?y bringing disease to a climax, or l?y rendering the snfTerer more liable to it? attaek. If a man is convinced that liiw ?rief is more tlian he can .hear, thone who have studied the) matter agree that, through tlie force of his own imagination, the man willactually die from a "broken heart." The gre?tt Nepoleou was killed by an internal disease, but it is supposed that it would not have been fatal had not his spiritu been so depressed through exile and defeat. William Pitt, the orator, is said to have died from a 14 broken heart/' caused by his great grief at the failure of his cherished hopes and plans. And there have been many other such instances iu the history of this country. When plagues...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1895

FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 10. 1895 NO; 49 True Tvm.es-Register 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YRAK, t rictly Cash in Advauce(or$2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. D. DENIT Si F.G.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Transi*nt Advertisement* ? Orders of j Publication, Trustee's Sales, Commissioner's Notices, Est ray Notices, Advertisements j of Hales, Ac.?75 cents per s<iuare (inch) for I first insertion, and 50 cents j?er square for | each subsequent insertion. Ix?cai#?10 cents j?er line. J^T Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMES-R EGESTER, College Aye., Salem, Va. MKLTILLB C. STRICKLAND, M. D." (Hospital and l'rivate Experience.) - ? PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Oilers his professional service to the peoie of Salem and vicinity. |3F~Special attention )>aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postofflce. Owe* Hours?8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 0 p. m. W. W. MOFFKTT. R. W. *::<*. jytOFPETT & KIME, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1895

I ? Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1895. 1IKNIT * WKHH^K. PublUhvm. ROANOKE COUNTY Democratic : Ticket. ELECTION, MAY 2:5, 1895. For Treasurer. <JEO. M. MUSK. For Sheriff, GEO. W. ZIRKLE. For Commonwealth's Attorney, R. W. KIME. For Commissioner of Revenue, 1st District. JNO. H. (JAKST. 2nd District, I). K. KEFAITVER. RALLY AROUND THE CANDIDATES. There are many reasons why every voter should rally arouml Zirkle, Muse, Uarst and Rime an the election day draws near. The llrst three named are old and valuable officers, and now Rtaud before all the people without reproach. Whenever a new incumbent Ih installed into ofllce, it matters not what his capabilities are, or "whatever of Hue parts he may possess, he begins with but small acquaintance with the details and duties of the iK>Bitiou. The conclusion then is, that he must go slowly, and learn, and he learns at the expeuse ol t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1895

$iraes-|legi5ter. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1896. Kntered at the Postoffice, In Salem, Va. as second-class matter. . IT PAYS SHOES IT. OF US BBCAU8B OF V The large assortmenti HE SUPERIOR QUALITY! HE LOW PRICE ! We can give you names of numerous parties who will testify that they have Peduced .. . THEIR . .. Shoe Bill One-half by buying our Shoes. If it pays others ariT WILL PAY YOU. BROWN'S JRed Striped Front, SALEM, VA. LOCAL -A-ZFIFAIIRS Tho Junior Eebate. The annual Junior Debate of the Deniesthenean Literary Society, of Roanoke College, took piaee in the town hall last Thursday night, and tho following programme was well carried out: " Manhood, tho onlv true nobility." an oratiou by L. V. Walker. The question: Resolved, "That the present government i? destined to fall." was debated in the affirmative by R. S. Moss and A. H. Thockmorton, and in the negative by R. M. Hudson and B. P. Smith. Mr. J. A. Dukes, of Indian Territory, was the final orator, and made a most interesting presentation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1895

BEYOND REPAIR. You can take a piece of china that's been broken by the maid. Anil can put the thing together if you know the mender'* trade. You can mend the thing bo neatly that no one will ever know That it lias e'er l>een shattered by an unconsidered blow. You can take a heart that's broken by some small, flirtatious girl, And can mend the practnred pieces till they s smooth as any pearl. Ay, so that that heart's possessor feels as sturdy as an oak. And forgets that e'er it happened that his heart was ever " broke." You ran fall from a bicycle and make pieces of your nose. You can break your collar bone, or you can fracture all your toes : You can crush your arm in spliuteiw ; you can smash your either leg, And the doctor he will tix it till it's whole as any egg. You can smash an ocean record, but that record still is there. You may brake a trotting record with a rapid liUle mare, And leave the old standing just as whole, quite as complete. As when it sent the jockeys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 May 1895

4) VOL. 29. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY 1DAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1895 NO. 52 I .-tc Tvrr\es-Pseg*ister . 18 PUBLISHED BVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT fl.60 VKAK, trictly Cash in Advance (or $3 if paid within three months. C9AS. D. DENIT & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and Publisher?. TRANSIENT Advertisements;?Orders of I Publication, Trustee's Hales, Commissioner's Notices, Estray Notices, Advertisements I of Sales, Ac.?75 cents per square (inch) for i first insertion, and 50 cents per square for j each subsequent insertion. Locals? 10 cents per line. Yearly rates made on application. Write or call on THE TIMK8-REGI8TER, College Ave., Salem, Va. fiLYHLR C. STRICKLAND, M. D., (Hospital and Private Experience.) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the peole of Salem and vicinity. C#~Special attention j>aid to Chronic Diseases. OFFICE?Over Postoffice. Orru-E Hoi ks?8 to 10 a. in., 4 to 0 p. m. w. w. Morrrrr. b. w. kimk. j^JOFFETT & KIME, ...

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