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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 June 1896

A Strong Fortification. Fortify the body against disease by Tutt's Liver Pills, an absolute curc for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, con nidation, jaundice, biliousness a.r.'l all kindied troubles. "The Fly-Wheel of Life" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice. I feel O + as if 1 had a new lease of life. J. t'ulric \^h. PlatteCannOn,Col. Tutt's Liver PiEls THE NEW WOMAN.?Con. BY SIN\ HOLLAND. In this age of fads, when anything that can lay claim to newness is reverenced and admired by the world at large, of course this latest fad, the new woman, excites attention in all climes and places. Especially is this true in America,for there are columns in the daily and weekly newspapers devoted exclusively to her, and now even snefc a^oted society as the High Sehool .Lye um has taken up the question, to settle forever whether the fad should be discouraged Or encouraged. By the new woman o...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.^ FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, lc96. NO. 3 D R. w. K. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall's store). MKADUAT* Or TUB BALTIMOK* PKNTALCOLLXO*. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully offers bis professional services to the i?ople of Balem aud vicimtv. Hest of reference given should it be desired. O. W. BARBBROUOlI, I. 0. BAKHB ROUGH, Reporter Court of Ap- I^ate Commonpeals, Salem, V?. wealth sAtty, 1 Balem,Va. j y ANBBROITGH A HANBBROUC"*, attorneys at law. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roan?*? Countv, Roanoke City, and the Court of (frnot-Rooma 1 A 2, Horner Building, 8alem, Va, L KE A ALLT5MONG, *. attorn eys-at-lAw, BALEM, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?8trouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyl2 w. w. Morrrrr. *? kim*. OFFETT A KIME, M' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of Roanoke and adjoining counties, and in the Cir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1896

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 18GC. 1)KNIT A WKHll.tR, Publ A CONVENTION ECHO. Senator John W. Daniel is one ol the most brilliant orators of this age, aud no man can question the honesty of his political principles, whethei they are regarded as sound or unsound. It is not our object in thii article to discuss the currency, but tc point out a convention feature which has doubtless suggested itself tc others. Four vears a?o our State convention was held in Richmond, and then the name of Cleveland whs cheered to the echo. His financial l>olicy war very well known to the country at that time, but a great number of our Virginia people feared the enactment of the force bill into a law; they knew Mr. Cleveland's oppo sition to it, and so they helped to take him in their arms and carry him tc the White House, to keep away fron their door* the Federal marshal, anO to get reform in the tariff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1896

fiiMjs-gUgisrtM. FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1890. Entered at the Poetofllce, la Salem, Vm. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS ftootxoeav FOR fiashioriablo 5*o Iks W. L. Douglas ami Hay State Shoes, for Men?in light, dark tan, and black in High Shc??*8; black and light tan in I^ow Quartered Shoes. Our shoes are made to order and equal in wear, flt and appearance to any you can naye r*ade in the shops, and very much lower in price. Our stock of Toadies' Qicfords is now about complete, and those who were waiting we think can be pleased. We are carrying the largest stock of Qoods and Jf/oti'cns we liavo ever carried. Oall and see. Huttertck Patterns in stock all the time. New one* every month. You can do your oku cutting and fitting and save much money. BROWN'S Bffil!" MEW BROWN STOKE FRONT > SALEM. VA. Cyclones! 0 Q" We have had mime terrible rcports of storms and cyclones in the |*ast few weeks, and while 8a- > J 1cm so far has been out of reach, our dee|?est svmpathy g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 June 1896

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. YA., FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, lc96. NO. 4 Dr. W. R. HEN ALUS, ermm. DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall s store). ORADUATE OFTUB BALTIMORE dentalcollege. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully offers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity, licet of reference Riven should it be desired. O. W. HANSBROUOH, L. C- HANSBROUOH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late ^"irat|,V I veal 8, Salem,Va. wealth s Att y, * Salem.Va. JJANSBROUGH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Court* of Koan?k? Countv, Roano'e City, and the Court of Office?Rooms 1 & 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. Lee a allemong, ' attorneys-at-law, NALEn. VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counOFFICE?Strouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jy'~ W. W. MOFFETT. *? w* EIME. jyjOFFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of Roanoke and adjoining...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1896

? ? ? ? ? i '? . ?y ? 1 "* 1 "" liimeis - ^Vc^istct. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 18U0. ltKMT Jfc WKJUl.tK, Pul>llnh??r?. BEDFORD CITY GETS THE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. The Democratic Congressional Committee of this (the Sixth) district, met in Roanoke lust Friday, and organized by electing Professor O. L. Steariies of this place, as chairman, and Mayor Jones, of Roanoke, as secretary. July 22*1 was fixed as the date, and Bedford City as the place, for holding the convention to nominate a candidate for Congress from this district, the delegates to be elected on the basis of the vote for Cleveland for President in itJ92, with one delegate for every 100 votes, or for every fraction over 50. There was a spirited contest over the place for holding the convention. Chairman Stearnes and a committee from this place, urged Salem as the proper place; Mr. Pierce, of Montgomery, was for Roano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1896

FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va. a8 second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS ftootxoear FOR fashionable folks, W. L. Douglas and Bay State Shoes, for Men?in light, dark tau, and black in High Shoe*; black and light tan in Iiow Quartered j Shoes. Our shoes are made 1 to order and equal in wear, til and ap|>earance to any you can have made in the J sho|?, and very much lower in price. Our stock of Radios' 02cfords is now about complete, and tboee who were waiting we think can be pleased. We are carrying the largest stock of jDry Goods and J/otions we have ever carried. Call and sec. Butterick Patterns in stock all the time. New one* every month. You can do your own cutting and fitting and save much money. BROWN'S IK" NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. Cyclones! Q, We have had some terrible reports of storms and cyclones in the past few weeks, and while 8alem so far has been out of reach, our deepest svmpathy goes out for the unfortunate sections of o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 June 1896

Secret of Beauty is health. The secret of health is the power to digest and assimilate ri j opc r qminity of food. n r ver bo done when t:-v: t.v'r c not act it's part. L t v<>** Kir0W t fa?5? 1 uv... ! r j i;l3 arc c:> r.bsolute( hc;.cl:.che.dysr s 1 r; -ch, malaria, C !i iv)jT..d li'.'C.*, piles, j it! i l' i j lvvc-t l\housn j-.; ? . i J c'se .. -s. t i i v/er Pi!is A LOVE SONO. I?. J. KOIIKRTSON. In the spring, when lillies came. And crocus set the woods utlanie. All the world with love s delight Flushed and glowed from dawn till night. All day long the happy birds Sang and sang and found no words, And my heart the whole day long Sang to the a wordless song. When the r*ses white and ml On the winds their fragrance shed. Through a world of sunlight went U)ve and laughter and content ; And my heart from leafy June Caught and kept the strange, sweet tune ; I'rook and branch, and bird ami bee. Sang of thee, my sweet, of thee. Now. when golden autumn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1896

VOL 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1?96. NO, 6 DR . w. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall's store). UBAUUATB Of TUB BALTIMOKB DBNTALCOLI.BUB With fifteen years of sucowaful expe rience, respectfully oilers his professions services to the people of Halein ami vicinity Best of reference given should it be desireo. O. W. HANBBROUOH, L. C. HAKBBBOUOH, Reporter Oourt of Ap- I>ate Oommonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem, Va. JJAN8BROUGH &~HAN8BROUGH, ATTORN EY8 AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA WU1 practice in the Courts of Roanok< County, Koanoke City, and the Court ol Appeals. OrrioB?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Hal em, Va. LEK ALLEMONG, ATTORNKYB-AT-LAW, BALEH, VA. Practice iu Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE-Strouse Building, opposite (Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyl2 w. w. Morrrrr. a. w. kimb. jyjOPFETT & KIME, ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1896

iiwejs - Hcijistw. Is the Oldest Newspaper iu Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1806. UKNIT * WKBBSK, Publisher#. 3 THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. The St. Louis convention of June 16-19 nominated William McKiuley, of Ohio, for President, and Garrett A. Hobart, of New Jersey, for VicePresident. Arnoug the platform of principles adopted are high protective tariff duties,increase of pensions to union soldiers, a preference of union soldiers in the matter of employments, the admission of the remaining Territories as States as early as practicable, and a plank for the gold standard. An enforcement of this platform would subvert the liberty of a free people. It simply means that the Republican party declares for an exclusive robber tariff, a lavisliiug ol the public money upon a vast crowd of alleged soldiers, many of whom were shot, perhaps, since the war, public money too, derived by unjust and oppressive taxation imposed u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1896

fimeggUgtettf* FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 18?#. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va as second-clan matter. local affaibs Is especially invited to inspect our stock now. We have eyeopeners for you. We will continue to give premiums on pur- - chases. Come and post yourself if you don't buy a cent's worth. BROWN'S BR" MEW BROWN STONE FRONT SALKM. VA. Cyclones 1 0. We have had some terrible reports of storms and cyclones in the past few weeks, ana while Sakj leiti so far has been out"of" reach, our deepest sympathy goes out for the unfortunate sections of our country, but the elements | in our vicinity are being disturbU ed in other ways, viz: WHITEg SCARVER BltOS. are young cyllj clones to the grocery business ? Our stock " travels at the rate of 75 miles r i hour," and all prices Hare swept before it, and it is no respecter of persons?the prince ana the neasant each get the same for a dollar. PC We have just received 2.500 J gallons crocks and stone jare ; also III a supply of Mason's Fruit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 June 1896

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. He Praises Poverty. Andrew Carnegie, the futuous iron king, grows very entliusi <stie iu praise of poverty iu an article iu Cassell's Family Magazine. When 12 yearH old lie began work as a bobbin boy iu a cotton factory iu Pittsburg, received for his labor $1.20 a week. I cannot tell, he says, liow proud 1 was when 1 received iny llrst week's earniuifs. 1 have had to ileal with great sums? uiany millions of dollars have siuce passed through my hands; but putting all these together, and consideriug money making as a means of pleasure giviug, or of genuine satisfaction, I tell you that $1.20 outweighed all. It was the direct reward of honest, manuel labor. You know how people are all moaning about poverty as a great evil ;and it seem...

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

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 161)6. NO. 6 Du. \v. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over E. II. Marshall's store). CRADUATK OF TilK l:\I.TIMOKK PKNTALCOl.t.KUK. With fifteen vears of successful experience, res^t fully oilers lus professional services to the people of Sajem and vicinity, liest of reference given ihcttbi it be desired. 0. W. ltANSBROUOH, I?. C. HANSBROUOH, Reporter Court of Ap- I<ate (Jonimonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth s Aft y, ' Salem.Va. ^JANSBROUGll A HANSBROUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Ap|H?ai3. Omen?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. LEE A ALLEMONO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyPW. W. MorrKTT. n. w. KIM*. jy^OFFETT & KIME, ATTORN EYS- AT- LA W, 8ALKM, VIIWINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of Roanoke ami a...

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

limeg-fftepsta. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and lias a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JULY U, lbUO. DKN1T * WRBBBB, Publisher*. CONFEDERATE REUNION. Tlie surviving veterans who braved the darts of battle in defence of tlie storm-cradled nation that fell, are living today in the tempestuous days of memory, and revelling in a grand reunion iu historic, Richmond, now the seat of prosperity and peaceful homes, hut a scene of carnage and blood just three decades ago. From every part of the Southland they have come in a great, perhaps a last gathering to greet their old comrades iu arms, to siug the stirring songs of Dixie, to recount the deeds of the self sacrifice aud heroism of gallant and dariug troops who laid down their lives iu the van of battle for fireside aud native laud, to pay a tribute of love aud respect to the leaders of that immortal conflict, aud to toast their sentiments at the key of the confederacy by the haukH or the majestic ...

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

?imcs FRIDAY, JULY 3. 1896. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS Is especially in vi ted to inspect our stock now. We have eyeopeners for you. We will continue to give premiums on purchases. Come and post yourself if you don't buy a cent's worth. BROWN'S 10 NEW BBOWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. Cyclones! Dj We Iinve had some terrible re- " porta of storms and cyclones in fthe pant few weeks, ami while 8alem so far has he**!! out of reach, Oour deepest sympathy goes out for the unfortunate sections of our counti y, but the elements | in our vicinity are being disturbH ed in other ways, viz: WHITE- |. SCARVEIl BROS. are young cvUi clones to the grocery business.? Our stock '? travels at the rate of 75 miles an hour," and all prices Hare swept before it, and it is no respecter of persons?the prince and the peasant each get the same lm lor a dollar. Ra We have just received 2500 W gallons crocks and stone jars ; also a supply of Mason's Fruit Jars a...

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

Doctors Say; bilious and I ntcrmittcnt Fevers which prevail in miasmatic districts are invariably acc ompanied l>y derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The Secrct of Hearth. The liver is the threat "driving wheel" in the mechanism of man, and when it is out oforder, the whole system becomes deranged and disease is the result. Tutt's Liver PiHs Cure rtlS Uver Troubles. HE'S A GAY OLD EIRD. Father cf Forty-Six Children Weds a Child. Middleboro, Ky., June "2? Professor Jack darner, living near here, aged 5<0 years, and Nellie Van Bebber, of Harlon eouuty, 14 years old, were married in Jonesville, Va., Saturday. This ib Profesuor Jack's sixth matrimonial venture. His lirst wife bore him eight children, his second eight, and each of the other three ten children, so that he is the father of fortysix children, thirty of whom arc now living. Professor Jaek owned a forty-acre farm, which he sold for #10,000 cash, .lack kept the treasure in different l&g...

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

? VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 10, It96 NO. 7 JJR. W. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Ortlce over K. H. Marshall's store). OKADUATB OF TUB BALTIMORE DBJTTAL COLI.EOE. With fifteen veara of successful experience, respectfully oilers his profoesional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Best of reference given should it be desired. a. W. HANSBBOUUH, It. 0. UAJIBBROl'UH, Reporter Court of Ap- I-Ate Commonpeals, Halem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem,Va. JJAN8BROUGH &"hANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Office?Rooms 14 2, Horner Building, Salem, Va. LKK A ALLEMONG, ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, NALGN, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?St rouse Building, opposite Courthouse Square, College n#nue. jy!2 D W. W. mofffitt. R. W. KIMB. jyjOFFETT & KIME, ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, HALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Circuit courts of Roanoke and ...

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

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paj>er has ever had. FRIDAY, JULY 10, ltWO. DKMT * WKIIIl.cn, Publisher*. TIKE FOE REFLECTION. The Democratic National Convention in in session. Reg.irdless of wlio i? nominated it is time to reflect upon what kind of food the Republican par ty is Keeking to feed us. It has given to the country a mere figure-head an a cuadidate for the Presidency, and put him on a platform which iuakee bold declaration for high tariff, iu creased pensions for federal soldiers, a preference of these soldiers for public office, gold monometalism, and federal interferauce in our State elections. Carry out these principles and every vestige of states' rights, and a Republican form of government, ae designed by the fouuders of the federative system, will be swept away. Federal interference with the police regulations of the states is uow a well organized sentiment in the Republican party, and the day it is allow...

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

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, V*. m second-class matter. LOOAX APFAIRS Is especially invited to inspect our stock now. We have eyeopeners for you. We will continue to give premiums on purchases. Come and post yourself if you don't buy a cent's worth. BROWN'S ?!" HEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. A Pretty Store. One or (be prettiest stor<s in Salera now is that of Wbitescaryer Brothers, The Grocers, with oak front and counters and white shelving. It looks as clean and net as tan shoes, but our special pride is the good" on our shelves and in our warerooins, which are always fresh and paieiable. Our experience of twelve or fllloen years as grocers in your midst teaches us what you need and we keep it for you. Our trade justifies us in buying in quantities that enables us to sell with the cheapest and to so handle our goods that they are always fresh. We carry ho dead stock. We do straightforward business, but will meet any cut price or side iss...

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