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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 June 1887

?f . VOL. 21.V4 SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1887. NO. 40. itlem ($imes- Register (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLISHED EVF.RY FRIDAY^ MORIS^I^G, AT t2 PER ANNUM. . J. T. CHA.BTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT F. O. W RUBER. M/ CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, PnblUh(>r? nnd proprietor*. ? , ? I. . 1 ? lUVEKTIMIXti KATES. rritiihI<? itl Ad vrrtlirnipnli?those run- ? liiH lens th?n sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75ots per square for the flrat Insertion, and 50 cents for each additional lugortlon. Hpoclal rales for a longer period. ?*rof?Mloaitl or other cards, occupying .me square, or less, one year, fl'dAX)) oli mciil.!w, 17.50; three ravutlis >5.00. Loni(?r a 1 vertlsements subject to special contract. Obliusrl?s Mud Tributes or R^upcet, *hen they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rale of 5 cents per line for all suob excess. All Cuts inunt he on metal foundation, when they will ho Inserted without extrn barge. Adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 June 1887

(Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JUNK 10, 1887. . CI1AS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK G. WEBHER, Associate. ANNOUNCEMENT. On aiid after August 15th, 1887, on which date a number ofsubscrlptions to this paper expire, the subscription price of tho Times-IIecjister will be reduced to cosh invariably in advance. This reduction is made on account of tho low prices at which produce, Ac., is selling, and we hope, by giving the people tho advantage of it to place the Tim eh-Hkuibtrr in every home in this county. pRy U|) back dues, and begin with tho reduction on tho 1.1th of August. K0AN0KK COLLEfJE. lJeforo another issue of our paper makes its appearance, the thirtyfourth session of lloanoko College will have passed into history. In many particulp^ no session in its career of a third of a century has been uooro satisfactory and successful. The high moral tone that has characterized the students of the present collegiate year has been manifest not only within the college precincts, but als...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 June 1887

&alem gimts-$tgistir. Fill DAY, JUNE 10, 1887. (Entered at the Pontotllce, in Salem, V? aHseeond-claus matter.} qui TO p A pi'T? MrtKfMmlfliilltaatOM A Alio X ax Hiii 1?. howoil JtOo'a N^.iwrr Ailvf-rtUlDKl^in<Au(K)Ri>riioo Ht >, wh?-r<> atlv.TtMn* uuuuucu umji bo uimI* lor it IN NtW XUK 14.. LOCAL AFFAIB8 Oc/urrmrrN In nnd Aroatid Amimm, i?n?l Oonnljr MKlIrr* Briefly Told. Lkctuhk.?Rev. Ck)llins Donny will deliver a lecture in the M. K. Church, South, this (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock for the benefit of the Methodist parsonage. Subject: 11 Shadows and Kchoes of a Trip through Italy." Admission, 25 cents; children under 12 years old, 15 cents. Tickets for sale the drug stores. Call at J. 1ft. Evans* and get a Hampie package of bread powders, free of charge. lw Pobti'onkd.?We are requested to state that the "Children#* Day" exercises of the Baptist Sunday-school, which were to have been held at their church last Tues...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 June 1887

i'.rii<t i<-itt ii>K Uwrllr. Mi ssrs. JUlUorn American Farmer : I n rvspouw to tho inquiry of Mr. Kmtuart, l:i tho last number of the] American Farmer, as to the success of my garlic experiment, I have to say that results are, as a matter of judgment, conclusive. So much so, that I shall hereafter make mowing ?r cutting garlic a part of my farm operations. 1 tiud this, that grounds so thoroughly and generally tilled with garlic as iniue aro have the pest in all stages of existence. Last year, for instance, 1 had several acres of early spring-sowed clover, which, by June 1st, was thickly covered with a most vigorous and luxuriant growth of garlic. This was mowed when passing out of bloom. Now there appears on those particular acres a sparse sickly growth of garlic, but not one stalk where last year were a hundred. All were evidently such as were unable to mature heads last year. My beliof is that each aud every garlic bulb which last year matured and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 June 1887

? VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 17., 1887. NO. 41. ?nlen $itnex- Register (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HBD EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT ? PER ANNUM. t.crabtreb. chas. d. denit F. a. webber. CEABTREK, DESIT & WEBBER, PiihlUhfr* Md Hroprl??oi*. M I.. _i. - J-W auvektininu katen. rma<l?al mrnU-thoi<r run*Vu< losnthan sixty days? will be Inserted at the rato of 75ot* por *<ju?re for the first tni<trtlou,?iid V) cents for each additional In"ortlon. Special rate* for a longer period. HrofcMMlounl or olber cards, occupying ?u? square, or less, one year, 012.00; si* months, 17.30; three months 9&.00. Longer ? Ivertlsementssobjeotto upoclal coutraot. <ibUusr(** sml Trlt>at??? sf vh?n they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 oonU per line for allsuob ? zcess. . . All Out* must he on raotal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra hurge. Adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 June 1887

fulfill giittesS'QisiW(Oonsolldated August 15,1883.) Fill DAY, JUNE 17, 1887. CLIA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. STATK CONVENTION TO BK HEL1> AT ROANOKE. (special to the Timet)-Register.] Richmond, Va., June 15th 1887.? At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee, held in this city to day, it was resolved to call a State Convention of the party to be held on the 4th day of August In Roanoke city. It gives uh great pleasuro to make this announcement. Our venerable and highly esteemed contemporary, the Lynchburg JVeiot, comes to us this week enlat-g'i ed to an eight column folio, andj bearing many other evidences of a prosperity it richly deserves. Clad to see it. Let one of those men who thinks he is an indispensable necessity to the business or firm he works for, sit on tho edge of a duck pond all one Sunday forenoon with his feet In the water to his kuees. At high twelve let him take his feet from the water and note the terrible effects upon the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 June 1887

?$alem @imes-$egister. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887. Rntered at the PoatotBoe, in Salem, Va aMHecond-claws matter.] THIS PAPER iihwr*Wn?Biir?Mi()08prui* Bt.). whew ?drrrtlanf swvUMU iuM/ bw uu*I? lor U IN .NKW VUUK.. LOCAL AFFAIRS 0?enrr?nffN In nml Around Nmrm, and County Matters Briefly Told. Work of the Supervisors.? The present Board ol Supervisors of this county held their last meeting for this tarin at the court-house last Saturday. 'a he following business of a general nature was transacted : The expenditures for repairs to bridge across the river near Roanoke were unanimously approved and referred to the county court. Dr. Oscar Wiley was allowed $100.00 for medical services rendered county patients to date. Several appropriations were made for the support of indigent and disabled per- . sons !n the county. Mr. James E. Day, prr-?nt incumbent, was unanimously recommended for reappointment as county surveyor, a position which he has long and faithfully filled. For superintendent of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 June 1887

{Chtidm&d from fin*,' \Htye ) dorstand your feelings, but i here are niHiiy who would think that you ought to hale each other." I'll tally ho said, " (?eneral Avoril.'. I wish you would give me this Utter of Lee's." Kurely, take it, Mr. President," I replied, and I have been told by one of hi* biographers that he carried the note in his pocket for so.1,0 time, and would frequently show it. This statement of personal relations aud feelings seemed to make h revelation to Mr. Lincoln, but he bad a heart and an understanding vuvugb to consider every emotion of all the people in this country, which he so longed should be a nation. Mnally, the General closed as follows with a high and deserved tribute to government, literature, science and art, and the undying mother of civilization?.Religion : The memories oftho four years' war which cluster abovo I ho graves Of the "Blue" and the "Gray "are identical and equally dear to the surviving comrades of each. Thero i? one gfaid memo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 June 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1887. NO 42. ga/ewi (%imes-$tQistrr, (CONSOLIDATED.) I* PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MOHNING, At Sl.no I??p Year, STRICTL Y CASH IS ADVA SCK. If Hot paid in advance 92 will be charged, J. T.CRABTRKE. CHA.S. U. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, PaMlilt*r? itnd Prnprl*>lor*. IDVBKiiMINCI KATEN. 1'rninioal Adf?r(l?<?H)(>iiU-thoM runImk tb?a ilxly days?will b? lu??rlwl ?I the r?t? of JSot* per square (or th? fli nt in* sertlou, and M cent* (or each ?ditltlon?l insertion. Special rater tnr a longer period. <>- ' U< - ocor/yiog or le??>. ?u? ?: ?* 'uontha, #7,30; litres month* %?> 00 Unaur ?I v?rll?em*uUi subject to tpoolal contract. ObltimriM Tribute* of Rripcft. #h?u they exceed ten linen, will be charged (or at the rate of ft cents per line for all aucb All CatN imiHt be on metal (oundatlou, when they will be Inserted wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 June 1887

M*lt"1 SiiHts-StQistft. (Consolidated August 15,1833.) FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 1887. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Heaven kelps those who help themselves, if they do not rob others of the same opportunities. Home of our contempararios seem disposed to kick because the Executive Committee selected Roanoke city as the pla.-e at which to hold tho Democratic State Convention ? Let 'em kick. Roanoko is be very place, for it is remembered that victory followed the Congressional Convention which met in that city to nominate Hon. John W. Daniel. He was elected by over three thousand majority. Why, then, is it not a Rood place to prepare for breaking the neck ol the Republican party again this fail ? It can and will be down, so come, now, and let's ail pull together to that p-1. Tho Somerset (Pa.) Times dow not think it quite consistent with Republican professions of political morality for the call for the noxt Republican county convention to bo issued from the jail. It appear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 June 1887

g[imes-$egister. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1887. Entered at the Postotllce, in NhIomi, Vh hm seoond-claiM matter.] THIS PAPER A<lvrrt Ulnar (K>8|.ni.*> 81), wli?-r?> ml* >-ril *!n? euulnicU iu?/ Ui uuulu lor It IN KJtkW V UUKi LOCAL AFFAIRS Offnrrrnrfu In Mit?l Around Nainu, nnd County nnllrm BrleHj Told. Mr. H. L. Fakmkr will be In 8a* lam at the usual time thin Huiumer (in July) for the purpose of tr"'<rg planus. Hold your work for him. 2w We arc glad to liear tha? " Cornwall," a section of our county south of Koanoke city, promises fair to experience a boom. Judge Grillln is now opening up a vein of manganlferous ore In that section?preparatory to shipments to Johnstown, l'enn.?which shows more than llfty feet across and analyses over llfty per cent, in manganese. Willing to Wait.?J. R. C. Brown ?& Son have placed their books and accounts In the store of F. W. Brown A Co. We are willing to wait until after harve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 June 1887

Kol? IngrrNoll Talkw. IIK OI V KM H 1H y, KW8 OK Til K I-RKS-idkntial campaign. < incinnati, Ohio, June II.?Col-* one! Bob Ing<?r*oll was seen in the I uited Slates Court-room to-day where he is trying a caw, and wtui asked to talk on the subject of politics. He consented, but asked that the questions be written out. He dictated the following answers: <!. What, If any, are the issues between the old partie? in the United States? A. Some Republicans believo in protectiou and some Democrats in Tree-trade,as a jfood many in both parties wt.nt office. One of tho great issues, probably the greatest, now is as to which party shall have the places. W. As between the candidates Blaine and Sherman, who has the oost prospects for nomination ? A. Probably somebody else. The fact, however, is that I take no interest whatever in politics. Thero being no questions of any particular importance involved, there is nothing to be specially interested about unhwsyou hap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 July 1887

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YJ fulfill tgitnrs-i$enistrr, (CONSOLIDATED.) X) PUBLISHED EVERY F H I U A Y MOHMNG, Al 91.au I'?r Vour. M&rCl'L Y CASH IS ADVASCK. If not paul in tulvancc |2 will be charged. J. T. CRABTHEB. CH AS. t?. DEN IT K. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pabllahrrii mad Proprietor*. IVflBTMINe KATKM. Am??rtU<>mpnli?thou* run?lug loss than sixty days?will be Inserted at the rat* of 7 ?oia por square for tlie drat lu?8rt Ion,at>4 M nontx Tor cmii xldltloDkl Insertion . Special rate* for a louge? perl<kl. PrefMiloNitl or t>A? r ai <Jm. oeeap>lng .me or Itu, ontf year, tlx mentha, three laontba W.00. Longwr a I vertlteinauts suhjeot to special contract. tfbllgarl** aa4 Trlkain of Rmprcl, vliou they exceed ten line*, will be charged f >r at tlw rate of 5 cents per line for all such oxooaa. All I'uta miml be <>a metal foundatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 July 1887

ginies-geQister. (Consolidated August IB, 1883.) FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1KX7. CHAS. D. DRNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC MASS-MEETIMJ. The Democrats of Roanoke county j are called to meet in mass-meeting on Monday, July 18th, (court-day^ in Salem, to appoint five delegates and Qve alternates to represent Roanoke county in the State Convention which meets at Roanoke city August 4th, 1887. The representation will be as follows, according to the vote cast I for Gov. Lee in the last Gubernatorial election: Catawba, Big Lick and Cave Spring districts, each one delegate and one alternate; Salem district, two delegates and two alternates. An organization of the party will also be made by the election of a County Executive Committee and a County Chairman. Wm. W. Ballard, County Chairman. An expert thief entered the residence of Mahone, in Petersburg, a few nights ago, and carried away with him t<240 iu cash. Besides, in passing through the house he discovered some ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 July 1887

Salem <gmrs-$eQisler. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 18H7. liatured tho PostotHoe, in Salem, V? as second-claws matter.] rmj IQ 1) A T>T?U ?i?t tx? fnrvl on (H? at (Va A mo * ftf xm? p. IhrnHI * Uu'a Ni'Wbm U'f AilwrtMnc Aimui (hi Ri>to?>o Ht,V, wh<-iv n<l* <-rt l?Tng ?vuuwu ru-gr 'w lutau lur U l.N NkW V OJ&Jfe. LOOAL AFFAIRS ??f*rr*arf? la *>?d Arcnad Mim, nnd fountjr Nnllfr* Rrlfdjr Told. Notice.?We lire requested by Mayor W. T. Younger to Intorm those who sweep or pile rublah upon any of the streets on any other day except Saturday mornings, that they are violating one of the laws of the town, and that the law will be enforoed. 80 take due notloe and govern yourself aooordingly. Hymenka l.?This (Thurwlay) evening at 5 o'clock the ceremony will be performed which will unite, ok man and wife, Mr. W. T. Jamison, of Abingdon, and Miss Bessie, daughter of Mr. John H. Camper, of this place. The silken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 July 1887

lU SlNKSS ACTIVm. The last number of HraitetreeC# rIvm a suitunitry of three thousand reports (MumDiut; the huiiiIkt of indiutrlHl employes at work nt this time, hs compared with iwo years ago, to which is added a comparison of wages paid at the two period*. It shows that at least four hundred thou .md more industrial employes arc at work now than in 1830, and that wages have generally increased to the high level of the prosperous years 1881-82. The greater number of reports from which the summary is made are from New Kngland, the Middle, the Western, the Southwestern and the Pacific State*. The reports from the South, we are told, were too few " in proportion to its growiug industrial importance to enable us to make a separate exhibit for that region." It is probable that the increase in tho number of hands employed at tho South and in the rate of wages pdd would make, If reported, a very creditable showing for that section. Tho highest rate of wages paid for labor was in the years...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 July 1887

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, 1 FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1887. gtalem $imes-Register, (COflSOUDtTEO.) I) PUBLISHED EVERT F 111 I> A Y MORNING, At #l.no Per Year* STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance 92 wilt be charged. J. T. CRABTRBE. CHAS.D. UENIT F. O. W KBBER. CRABTREE, DEKIT & WEBBER, Fabllataent m?I Pr*prl?Ur?. ADVKRTI81NO BATES. rramUat AdT*rtlMni?ato-UioM runMing less than sixty days?will be inserted st the rate of 73ct# per square for the first Insertion, and 60 oeuts for each additional In-?u-?ioa. HpttcUl rates tor a <<>#iur initIuJ. /?rOf*-**: or oth<*r curdi, veapylni ->ue square, or iv?H, one 3 ear, six months, 17.50; three months $5.00. Loni?r alvertUeinents subject to special contract. OblMsrles and Tributes of Renpect. when thoy exoeed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line for all such excess. All Ctals must bs on metal foundation, wheu they will be Inserted wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 July 1887

ginies-gegistw. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEDHKR, Associate. DEM01 K1TIC MASS-MEETISU. The Democrats of Roanoke county are called to meet in mass-meeting on Monday, July 18th, (court-day) in Salem, to appoint live delegates and five alternates to represent Roanoko county in the Stato Convention which moets at Koanokecity August 4th, 1887. The representation will be as follows, according to the vote cast for Gov. Loe in the last Gubernatorial election: Catawba, Big Lick and Cave Spring districts, each one delegate and one alternate; Salem district, two delegates and two alternates. An organization of the party wnl also be made by the election of a County Executlvo Committee and a Couuty Chairman. \Vm. W. Bam-akp, County Chairman. Wo hope that tho re-union of old soldiers at (Gettysburg last Monday will r^giilt in wiping out forever all sectional feeling between the North and South, and in burying the bloody-shirt aud its tla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 July 1887

??alem <?imts-$$tgisltr. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 18H7. Kutorod *t the Poatotttee, in Salem, Va an second-class matter.] THIS PAPER rkisSrste LOCAL AFFA.IRS , Oofnrrciifft In anil Aroim?t Nitirm. wtttl ('oiiiil.T WMIn* llrlrfly Told. Dkatii ok Mkh. E. (J. Hex.?Mrs. M. F. Huff, of this place, was summoned to Lovettsvlllc, Loudoun county, Va.. last Sunday morning by a telegram announcing the death of her mother, Mrs. K. CI. Rex, which sad event occurred on Saturday evening- Mrs. Hex with her Xamily lived in Salem a number of years, and has many friends here who will read with sorrow the announcement other death. Lecture Postponed.?Owing to an accident by which one ot the large glass wheels In his instrument was broken in tran?U, Prof. Hubble was unable to deliver his lecture on " Electricity " last Wednesday night. It was, therefore, postponed until to-night (Friday) when a new wheel will be used. Go, it will be Interesting. The lecture will be delivered this (Friday) evening at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 July 1887

H?m? llcailtMl CalrlM MU?I While* llornri*. "Hero Ih a red-headed girl, and j thcroV h whito horse," remarked h well known sporting man who wan ' walking down th? street witb a re- j porter. " What do you mean ?" ho asked " Didn't you overhear that before? Every time you meet a red-headed girl you will see a white horse." Haifa square father another redheaded girl was met. " Where's your white horse now I" asked the rejwrter. " There's one turning to the next corner," he replied, and sure enough, around the corner came a white horse | drawing a dray. "They never fail, 1 tell you. I have been saying * Here's a red-head-ed girl and there's a white horse,' for iifteeen years. I'vo never got left yot." I After parting the reporter met one ] more red-headed girl, and, looking for the white horse, was not surprised to see a car pass drawu by two of I them. 1 Thin-man for President. New York, June 30?A special to the ?Vun from Columbus, Ohio, says: " As the time grows nearer for the mootin...

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