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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 April 1896

limes - ^Uflister. Is the Oldest Newspaper iu Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1WMI. UKN1T * WKBKJK, Pul?lUt?*r?. A WORTHY EXAMPLE. In a recent i?tiueof the Timks-Rku-istkr we iiave the particulars of a decision of the Supreme Court which held that railroads, telephone and telegraph companies could not be made to pay the district school tax now assessed upon them inthis State. The decision would have deprived the schools ol the Commonwealth of about $50,000 annually, but we are gratified to see that there is one corporation in the State with a soul hi* enough, broad enough And i?atriotic enough to retdse to take advantage of that decision. President M. E. In galls, of the Chesapeake and Ohio road, has written to Gov. (PFerraH to say that the C. and O. will not take advantage of that decision, but will pay its part of the tax, as heretofore, aud he expresses the hope that other railroads in this State will do likewise. ? The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 April 1896

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1896. Kmered at the Poetofflce, in Salem, Va. ma second-class matter. XjOOAL AFFAIRS Spring Goods In $toz\ plow. B LEACHED Cottons, India Linens, Check Muslin, Dimities and White Apron Goods. HAMBUlUiS iu staple and novelty styles. Table Llueus, Napkius, Towels, White Counterps jes, &c. Novelties ir Waist Goods iu Tartan an?' Worsted Plaids. WE have increased our Btock of Butterick Patterns one-third. NEW umbrellas from 50c. to $3.00. See display in window. THE Largest assortment of Ladies' 'and Children's Howe and Men's' Half Hose we have ever carried. THE celebrated Waukenhose for Men. Knit Rights and Lefts.? Can be had of US ONLY. BROWN'S K" MEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. m: Sale of Canned Goods I For the next 81XTY DAYS we will ofl'er special bargains in all kinds of Canned Vegetables and Fruits. We have in stock at present the largest and best assorted line of these goods that can be found in this section, such as Snapps, Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, IV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 April 1896

A TefMfic Storm. Itristol, Tenn., March IJO.- Hnin, devastation and death followed in the ?wake of the terrific storm of tliit* morning. A bridge and trestle on the South Atlantic and Ohio railroad were Washed away. The depot ut Hate Cltv was destroyed by lightning. Two women, Mrs farmer and her daughter in law, were swept away in a house on the Hoiston river and drowned. Their bodies were recover ed. Property all over the country is greatly damaged. Richmond, Ya., March yo.? Great destruction of property from the cyclone and heavy rain in Southwest \ irginia Sunday afternoon is reported. Near Rural Retreat, the wind swept whole tracts of timber land clean, blew down barns and scattered fences. Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. ? THE TOOL OF MONOPOLIES. Senator Chandler reite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 April 1896

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, V VOL. 30. R1DAY MORNING. APRIL 10, 1896 NO, 45. jyt. W. R. RENALD8, DENTIST, (Office over E. II. Marshall's store). ?;R.\l>l'.\ TK OF TilK IIAI.TTMOKK PENTALCOLLKOB. With fifteen rears of successful experience, respectfully offers Ins professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Best of reference given should iUbe desireu^RTHUR B. PfcGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BaIiKM, ... Virginia, Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and in the Court of Appeals. Collections made and promptly remitted. I^nd Titles Examined. Oareftal attention to all Legal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard A Perainger Building, Koom 2. augll-93-ly U. W. HAKBHROUUH, L. 0. HAKSBROPSH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Balem, Va. wealth's Att'y, ,,^1^ j- Balem, Va. JJJ" AN8BR0UGH A~HAN8BK0UaH, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke! County, Roanoke City, aud the Court of Ap|teals. OrricM?Rooms 1 A 2, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 April 1896

I lime* ? jftegitittt. Is the Oldest Ncws|>?|K'r in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any ether pajwr has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 18U0. OK NIT * WKBBJlt. PublUhrni. THE GOUNTBT'B SENTZXENTS. The House ou Monday by a vote of 244 to 27, adopted the conference report ou the Cuban revolutions which have beeu debated in Congress during the pasttseyend weeks. The resolutions adopted were those prepared by the Senate, declaring that a con- ] dition of public war exist* between Spain and Cuba; that the United States should maintain a strict neutrality between the contending powers, according to each belligerent rights in the ports and territory of this oouutry, and jduU the. ^President should expend the friendly office* of the United States to the Spanish Government for the recognition of the independence of Cuba. There is no doubt of the fact that the language of the resolutions expresses the overwhelming sentiment of the people of the United States on the Bubjec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 April 1896

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1896. Bound at the Posto files, in Salem, va. as second-class matter. LOOAL JkJSTFA.XJFtQ i It is the * unexuectBd ? That Happens. Raw Cotton at jhc and Cotton Goods lower than when raw cotton was 5c. We struck It right. We can sell you Ginghams at Hjcthat three weeks ago was 12ic. Overall Denims as low as 5c per yard. Fast Colored Chambray at 5c per yard. bargains in Short Ends of Calicoes, Dimities and White Uwnn. Novelty Dress Goods in Patterns, no two alike. Novelties in Black Goods for drt mv* and skirts. ? Novelties in Trimming Bilks and Changable Silk. May delineators and pattkrn8 in stock now. fg" Remember, we have enlarged our Pattern stock one third. We now carry a 91.000 stock Of Bnttenck patterna and sell them as low aa any place in the United States. Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Mats, Rugs, and a few Carpets in stock now. Douglas and Bay State Shoes for men and boys, and Hayes Partridge. Philadelphia made Shod* and HI timers for ladiea and misses. Ask t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 April 1896

Doctors Say; Bilious and Intermittent Fevers ?which prevail in miasmatic districts are invariably accompanied by derangement^ of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The Secret of Health, The liver is the great "driving wheel" in the mechanism of man, ;wid when it is out of order, the whole system becomes deranged and disease is the result. Tutt's Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles. CHOSEN FROK A BOW OP GIRLS. A Unique Way of Finding a Wife Practiced in Naples. In the church at Santa Maria Annuuziata, at Naples, girls assemble once a year for the purpose of being chosen in marriage. On the day of Our Lord, before its altar kneels a silent row of thirty girls dressed in black, and with folded hands. They are orphans of the neighboring foundling asylum, and once a year those who have reached the age of eighteen have a chance of being chosen in marriage by any honest mau whose character is good. At the door leading to the sacristy stands a gray-haired priest, the head of the foundling instit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 17, 1896 NO. 46. JQR. W. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over K. II. Marshall's store). (1RADUATC OK TilK BALTIMORE DENTAL C01.LEOS. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully otters bis profossional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Best of reference given should it be desiretf. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Sal.km, ... Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of Koanoke County, Koanoke (3ty, and in the Court of Appeals. 1 Collections made aud promptly remitted. Land Titles Examined. Careful attention to all Ijegal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard <fr Persinger Building, Room 2. augll-03-ly Q. W. HANSBRODOH, L. C. HANSBROUQH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem,Va. JJANSBROUGH A 1IAN8BKOUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Koanoke City, and the Court of A p peals. Owe*?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Buil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

limes ? Is the Oldest Newspaper iu Salein, aiul has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 18M. . ! L-JJUi . DKN1T * WKB1CK, Fa bl Utter*. A GOOD 8UOOSBTION. Now, that we have a member of the State Hoard of Agriculture in our county, In the person of Capt. W. W. Brand, who has entered upon the discharge of his duties with commendable zeal, we hope to see his suggestions adopted, and a good, active, healthy Farmers Institute organized in this county. Such an organization will assuredly result in good in more ways than one, and will bring all our people doner together in a community of interests. If we get a good live Farmers Institute here we confidently predict that by next year we cau have a successful county fair. The Timks-Rkgirtkii is going to keep on hammering at it until it materializes, dou't forget that. We have also set apart a space in the TimksRkuistkr for the use of The Institute, when organized, and for Capt. Brand, in which to gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

Wwtfi-fSUpatw. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1896. Entered at the Poetofflce, in 8alem, V*. m sec^nd-claM matter. IiOOAX # # r S It is the ^ t unexpected t ? That Happens. ? # * Raw Cotton at J?lc and Cotton Goods lower than when raw cotton was .V:. We struck it right. We can sell you Ginghams at 8&cthat three weeks ago was 12Jc. Overall Deuims as low as 5c per yard. Fast Colored Chamhray at 5c per yard. Har?ains in Short Ends of Calicoes, Dlmities and White Lawns. Novelty Dress Goods in Patterns, no two alike. Novelties in Ulack Goods Tor dri sacs and skirts. Novelties in Trimming Bilks and Changable Silk. MAY DKLINKATOKS and PATTERNS in stock now. pyKemember. we have enlarged our Pattern stock one third. We now carry a 91.000 stock of Uutteriek Patterns and sell them as low as any place in the United States. Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Mats, Rugs, and a Tew Carpets in atock now. Douglas and Bay State Shoes for men and hoys, and Hayes' Partridge, Philadelphia made Shoes and Slipper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

Tried Friends Best. ! For thirty yearsTutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sou r stomach, malaria,consti pa - tion and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. My Likes and rislikei. [ From the Pierian ' Iii this beautiful world of. ours' there uro many enjoyments. Still iu all of our pleasures there are some we like and others which we dislike. I think that the pleasures of life are found in games, reading and occupations. Let us take a view of the popular amusements of the day. They are football, baseball, golf, cricket, tennis, croquet, chess, boxing, bull and chicken lights. Here it is scarcely necessary for nie to express my likes and dislikes as to the games that I have mentioned. It is uiy opinion that no refined woman would witness, engage in, or marry a man who engaged in any of the last three sports. What more pleasures do civilized men and women need than the oth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

Admitting It Was a Crime. Crying over spilled milk -will not re* planish the pitcher, nor -will two wrongs make ono right. Any appeal to tho crime of 1878, or any other * do relief in our now existing condition, and ench can be made only becauso the contention of the I,cr ?Icment is not t^abie.? V. W. Hale. Hoke Smith on Katies. Secretary Hoke Smith, in his debate with ex-Speaker Crisp, made this telling point: ??Jefferson found gold jvorth fifteen times as much as silver and fixed the ratio at 15 to 1. Our Jfttter-uay statesmen find gold worth thirty times as much as silver, but want to fix tho ratio nt only 16 to 1. A\ by not 15 to 1 or 14 to 1 or 10 to 1 ?" Still Farther Ahead. It is hoped by tho Chicago TimesHerald (Hup.) that "in due time platforms dealing with our ourrenoy questi?n will go still farthor than those of the Now York and Massaohusette Republicans, and will recommend that the treasury of the United States go ?, . *^e banking business, with which it ought to bnve no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 April 1896

IN THE VALLEY. Tb-day when the sua was lighting my lionse on the plne-olad hill Too breast of 11 bird was ruffled as It perohod ou my wiU'low sill, And :? lent was chasod by tho kltton on tho breeeo-swept canton wallc. Aud the dninty head Of a dahlia rod Was stlrrod on its slender stalk. Oh, happy the bird at the rose tree, unheeding tho threatening storm! And happy tho blltho leaf chaser, rejoicing in sunshine warm! Thoy take not thought for the morrow?they know no care to-day ; And the thousand things That tho future brings Are a blank to such as they. But I, by tho household ingle, can Interpret tho looming clouds. For tho wind, "aoo-hoos" through the keyhole, and a shadow tho bouse enshrouds ; And I know I must quit my mountain aud go down to tho vale bolow, For my house Is chill On the windy hill When the autumn tempers blow. My mind If forever drawing au instructive parallel Twnt temporal things that perish and eternal things that dwellWhen billows ami waves sjrround me and wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 April 1896

. VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, id96 msm NO. 47. D R. AV. R. REN ALDS, ?^ DENTIST, (Olllce over E. II. Marshall's store). UKAlil'UK OK THE BALTIMORE DKNTALCOLI.KOX. With fifteen vears of successful experience, respectfully oilers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Best of reference given should it be desired. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Salkm, - - - Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and In the Court of Appeals. Collections made and promptly remitted. I<and Title* Examined. Careful attention to all Legal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard A Perslnger Building, Room 2. augll-93-ly O. W. HANBMROtTOn, L. C. HANSBROOOH, Reporter Court of Ap- l*ate Commoni>eals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem,Va. H ANSBROUGH A HANSBROUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practiceHn the Courts of Roanoke I County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Office?Room...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 April 1896

lime* - mtetcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ar J has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1M>6. DKMT & WKRKdX, Publisher*. LET'S HAVE The Farmers' Institute, Then a County Fair, A Confederate Camp here. Another celebration on Decoration day, A big turn out at the Democratic mass-meeting, A general cleaning up of the towu and private premises. ADDITIONAL JURISDICTION FOB JUTIOES. The last legislature amended section 410C of the Code, and thereby confers exclusive jurisdiction in all misdemeanor cases to justices of the peace. No prov'^ion is made for the trial of indictments now pending in the various courts, and the opinion is prevalent among some lawyers that they must be all dismissed, and the accused be discharged, unless some one will swear out a warrant for his arrest. Sec. 5IV2 of the Code requires commissioners of the revenue to report to the clerks of the court all violations of the revenue laws ten days ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 April 1896

FRIDAY, APRIL 34, 1896. Ratered at the Postoffice, In Salem, Yeas second-clan matter. LOCAL AFFAIFS 0 It is the ^ % UnexpectBd \ ? That Happens. ? ? ? * Raw Cotton at 5>Jc and Cotton Goods lower than when raw cotton was 5c. We struck it right. We can sell von Uinghams at 8icthat three weeks ago was 12*c. Overall Denims as low as 6c per yard. Fast Colored Chambray at 5c per yard. Bargains in Short Knds of Calicoes, Dimities and White I<awns. Novelty Dress Uoods in Patterns, no two alike. Novelties in Black Goods for ditsses and skirta. Novelties in Trimming Silks and Chanitable Silk. MAY DELINEATORS and PATTERNS In stock now. tSJTRenieenber, we have enlarged our Patteru stock one third. We now carry a $1,000 stock of Buttenck Patterns and sell them as low as any place in the United States. Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Mats, Rngs. and a few Carpets in stock now. Douglas ana Bay State Shoes for men and boys, and Hayes Partridge, Philadelphia made Shoes and Slippers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 April 1896

Twenty Years Proof. Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bowels in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, constipation and kindred diseases. "Can't do wsthout them" R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va. writes I don't know how I could do without them. 1 have had Liver disease for over twenty years. Am now entirely cured. Tutt's Liver Pills SPEAKER BEES AND THE HARD TIMES. According to Speaker Reed's telegram to the Marketinan's club we should all look toward better times iu the immediate future. Aud so we should. Mr. R-*ed is frequently right. But when he says 41 the hard times are not of our making" he is unhistorical. He forgets himself. He does not remember the Reed of the Bil-lion-Dollar Congress ; the Reed who helped to drain the Treasury until au unwieldy surplus was changed into a still more unwieldy deficit; the Reed whose party is responsible for the Sherman Bullion-Purchase act; the Reed who was an accomplice in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 May 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAX 1. 1810. NO. 4S. |^U. W. It. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over K. H. Marshall s store). GRADUATE OK TilK BALTIMORE DENTALC01.I.BUE. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully offers b,s pro^.onst services to the i?eople of Salem and \ icinitv. Best of reference given should it be desired. ^RTHUR B. TUGII, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Salkm, - - - Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and in the Court of Collections made and promptly remitted. Land Titles Examined. Careful attention to all Legal Business entrusted to him. _ , , OFFIQE?Dillard A Persinger Building, Room 2. aU* _y_ O. W. IIANHBROOU1I, I*. 0. nABBBROCUH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late OjWMM*npeals, Salem,Va. Salem,Va. AN SB ROUGH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA Will practice in the Courts of Roa-.oke County, Roanoke City, and the C< art of Or no*?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem, Va. L EE A ALLEMONO, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 May 1896

limes ? mister. Is the Oldest Newspaper iu Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY , 1890. DKNIT 4k WKHHISK. Publisher*. A WORD AS TO OUB COUNCIL. The i>eople of Salem are beginning to think somewhat about the election of Couucilineu at the May election ; and it is proper that this subject should be maturely considered at this time. It is the aim of the TimksRkuistkr at all times to give credit where credit is due, and hence we desire to say a few words in reference to the work of the present Council?a body of painstaking, conscientious geutlemen, who have served us faithfully and well, for two years past. It is a notewortlvy fact that many very desirable improvements have been made iu the town during the term of the present Council, and these are subjects of favorable comment by visitors every day. Everything they have done?every dollar they have expended?all will agree has been done with an eye only for the public good, si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 May 1896

FRIDAY, MAY 1, 181)0. Entered at the PoetofT^e, in Salem, Va. as seoocd-class m*.Aer. L.OOAL AFFAIRS fiootxoear FOR fashionable folks YV. Ij. Douglas and Ray State Shoes, for Men?in light, dark tan, and black in High Shoos; black and light tan in Low Quartered Shoes. Our shoes are made to order and equal in wear, lit and appearance to any you can have made iu the shops, and very much lower in price. Our stock of Radios' fords is now about complete, and thosv who were waiting wo think can be pleased. Wo are carrying the largest stock of G^ode and J)fotions we have ever carried. Call and see. Hutterick Patterns in stock all the time. New onei every month. You can do your own cutting and lilting and save much money. BROWN'S NEW lEOWH STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. - m WHAT SHALL I HAVE FOR Dinner ? Is a daily question in almost every household, and at this season it is sometimes quite perplexing. Hut we make it our business to study your wants and supply them, consequently yon will always fin...

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