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

Tried Friends Best. I For thirty yearsTutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. I Are truly the sick man's friend.! A Known Fact For bilious headacue, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. A Little Hero. A story in real life coined from Atlantic City, IS*. J. A Mrs. Robinson was arrested for beingdruuk, anil the City Recorder fined her three dollars, in default of which elie would liave to ko to jail. Her little boy and girl were in the court room, aud wheu the sentence was pronounced the little boy turned to his sister aud said: 44 Come, sister, we must raise that money or mam will go to jail." 44 Wait, Mr. Judge, and we'll *jet it." They visited the stores, told their story, and came back to court with $2 in small change. The little fellow laid the money down, told the Recorder how he got it, said it was. all they could raise, and added : "Iaiu not as big aw main and can't do as much work, but if you'l...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 July 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY. MORNING, JULY 17, 181)6. NO. S CLEARINC SALE ?r*. "y""" ?'t ^ # Rosenbaum Bros/ We will TUrr^TVTF^AV Tlir OO and continue uutII open on luUll U A. X , 1 Xll!i /C<0, all aro sold, at Cost and Below Cost! Kf" STJIOEEF. STTTPPS Co^?" 1.11 wus, Dimities. UrKnuiliec. Potted Swisses. Satiiios, Hlack, <'r<?H-Harrrd and Stripped Muslins, Jarquanls. Persian Lawns, Ginghams, I'ercalw, and Numerous Other Articles. BigC ut in Our Milliner IT Department. ROSENBAUM BROS., 26 Salcfri ^ve., Foapokc, Va. TWHEN you watt R rfood fire wam and be free frcai gtut and Km Ntuoke, buy the Po?aliontan r.r. D. T. MARTIN & CO., USH JSS^Tt "t'',,;;;,';;:?ndwhere you wl" GOOD W EIG HT. We have the PentiHylvania Antrueite, Hrush mid Price Mountnin Coal. We make a specialty of HALLAKD'S OBELISK FhOPU. We keep constantly Baled Hay, Corn, Oats, Mill Feed and Lime. OFFICE?Union street, near freight depot. Telephone at Smead ?fe ...

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

(Fimco - |U Rioter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in iSalcm, and hits a much larger circulation than any other i?aj>er has over had. FRIDAY. JULY 17, 18W. "KNIT & WKHH??Jt, FublUhrr*. OUR TICKET. For President, WIALIAM JENNINUS BRYAN, OK Nkbraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL. of Maink. THE CAMPAIGN. We are now confronted by a momentous Presidential campaign, in which some of the most Important ismicm to the republic are involved. An exclusive protective tariff for the benellt or the manufacturing States, aud the impoverishment of the producing States, and the free coinage of silver are fraught with very great interest and concern to the entire country. After our conventions complete their nominations, we cheerfully lend our aid and eucouragetucut in securing the election of the party's choice, whether we are in full accordance with the whole platform or not, believing, as we do, that we would not be good Democrats if we did not stand ready to sacriiice our ow...

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

fimeg-gtegisitet. FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1896. Entered at the Poetoffioe, In Salem, Vena seoond-elaas matter. LOOAL J?JETFA.T.Xl& 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 ?" IE? BROWN STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. A Pretty Store. One of tbc prettiest stor< s in Salem now is that of Whiteecaryer Brothers, Tlie Grocers, with oak front and counters and white shelving. It looks as clean and net as tan shoes, hut our S|>ccial |>ride is the goods on our shelves and in our warerooms, which are always fresh and paletahle. Our experience of twelve or fifteen years as grocers in your midst teaches us what yon need and we keep it for you. Our trade juKtilies 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 straigh...

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

XT A brillinnt complexion Is a beauty In ft?c1f. It please* the eyes of thoughtless people and the minds of thinking people, rhey know tliat a really good complexion is .1 sign of health, and created by Nature. There are different ways of imitating a fine complexion : cosmetics, which deceive nobody, hut ruin the skin and make the user look silly and prematurely old ; stimulants which only give a temporary flush; dangerous drugs which drive pimply disorders from the face bait into the blood All these "counterfeit" complexions are unsafe and casiJf detected. But the genuine, unmistnkcable, much-admired color and clearness of health can only be obtained by clearing all bilious matters and humors out of the blood. The first step towards creating a good complexion by Nature's own method to get the blood clear, and the circulation free and active. There is no complexion so sallow, muddy or pimply but it will be cleared and brightened by I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is the l...

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

VOL.31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VAJ FRIDAY MORNING JULY 24, 1296. Lee & ai.lemon*s, ATTORN E YS-AT-L A W, KALEM. VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?St muse Building. opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jy!2 W M. SIMPSON, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Roanoke county, City, ind adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and all egal business. OrricE? Dillard <fe Pereinger's building Room No. 7. Iv25'90-lyr 0. H. MOOMAW. JAB. P. WOODS. jyjOOMAW & WOODS, ATTORN E YS-AT- LA W. Hoanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomnw Ituildmg, Jefferson Street. W. R. STAPLES, R. n. UMAN, -ate Judge of Court of I*ate of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. <fc Logan. gTAPLES & LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. SALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. J. S . HAEK, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, SALEM VIRGINIA. Practices ?n all the courts of Roanoke and adjoining a^ntlM. Special at^ntion given to the...

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

?ime$ - ?k#i5tcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Sulctii, and has a much larger circulation than any other paj>cr has ever had. FRIDAY. JULY 24, lc>?0. DKNIT .1- WKHIIoK, FubHahrin. OUR TICKET. For President, W1ALIAM JKNNINGS BEYAN, OK Nkhiuska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR BE WALL. ok Maikk. OUR HARMONIOUS MEETING. The Democrats of Roanoke county met in harmonious meeting in the eourt-house on court-day last, and elected delegates to attend the convention in Bedford. The demeanor of all present was truly gratifying. It was coiu|?osed of gold men and silver men, hut it was not at all noticeable, as the Chicago convention had acted, and our citizens are patriotic enough to accept the decision of the party, without the slightest murmur. The delegates and alternates were selected regardless of their views on the money question ; the Chicago nominees were endorsed, and a resolution expressive of the gratitude felt by us all for the gallant labors of Peter J. Otey, our Co...

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

!ime$-?Ugi0itet. FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1890. Entered at the Poetofflce, in Balem, Va. no second-class matter. LOCAL .A-FiFA-IiFtS 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 W" NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. A Pretty Store. #=====* One of the prettiest stores in Salem now is that of Whitescaryer Brothers, The Grocers, with oak front and counters and white shelving. It looks as clean and net as tan shoes, hut our spocial pride is the goods on our shelves and in our warerooms, which arc always fresh and jialetahle. Oar expenenoe of twelve or fifteen 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 good* that they arc always fresh. We < arry ho dead stock. Wo do straightforward business, but wil...

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

Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, sour stomach, malaria, indigestion, torpid liver, constipation and all bilious diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS " Th5 Lev Candidate." A ro.?t many are complaining of the nomination of a yonnt; man for the Presidency. A venerable minister ?>f North Carolina stated ji few Sundays ago that lie would leave the Democratie party because it wanted to put a boy in the eliair ot Washington. " What folly," writes a correspondent of The Virginian, who signs himself " Mot a Young Man,** and he asserts that young men have ruled the world through the centuries.? Alexander, he points out, conquered it at 32 ; Hyron died at Don .John of Austria, won Heparte at 25, (iaston de Foix was only 22 when he conquer ed Ravenna, the fjreat Duke of Wei mer was only 30 when he died, Cortet was a little more than 30 when lie gazed on the Cufulas of Mexico, Luther achiev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1896

MORNING. JULY 31, It Uti. A A. NO! m LKE ft AI.LEMONO, ATl'ORN EYS- AT- LA W, N\I.Kn. VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building. opixwiie Courthouse Square, College avenue. jy!2 w M. SIMPSON, ATTOliN K Y-AT-LA W, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Roanoke county, City, %nd ad.v'niug counties. Prompt attention to collections and all egal business. Orrici?Dillard ft l'ersinger's building Room No. 7. Iv26'90-lyr_ c. B. MOOMAW. JAB. P. Woo 1)8. jyjOOMAW & WOODS, ATTOUNEY8-AT-LA W. Koanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomaw Building, Jcffprson Btreet. W. K. 8TAPI.1CS, B. H. UlOAJf, -ate Judge of Court of I*ate of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. ft lx)gan. gTAPLES & LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W. BALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to tlieni will receive promt* attention. J. 8 . BAEK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BALEM VIRGINIA. Practices ??? all the courts of Roanoke and adjoining o??nntiea. Special at* claims ial atmntion given t<J the collection of i. Op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1896

?imc $ - It) the Oldest Newspaper iu SSulem, anil has a much larger circulation than any other paper lias ever had. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 18W. UKNIT * WKIIKSK, PuhlUher*. OUR TICKET. For Preaident, WIALIAM JENNINGS RRYAN, ok Nkuiiakka. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, ok Maikk. For Congress?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, ok Lynchuurg. A BUSY LIFE ENDED. Col. Ueorge W. Hansbrough, counsellor, nisi prius lawyer, law writer, who for the past three decades has been one of the most conspicuous and noted men of this section, is dead. He was a native of Culpeper; wan boru sixty-eight years ago, and speut his morning of life iu full view of tht beautiful mouutaiuH I?y which he wat surrounded at the close of his careei on Sunday evening last. When he came to select a profession he chose the law as that best suited to his tauten, and to which he remained constant and laithful foi over a half a century, bestowing upon it attentions as ardent and assiduous as a lover to a jealous mistress. Col. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1896

FRIDAY, JULY 81, 1899. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIKS Is especially invited to inspect onr stock now. We have eyeopeners for yon. We will continue to give premiums on purchases. Come and post yourself if you don't buy a cent's worth. BROWN'S W m BROWN STONE FRONT, 8ALEM. VA. AT "MAPLE SHADE" INN. Jail Notea, as Reported for the Week Ending July 31, By Dr. J. Jones. " Institution " iu flourishing condition. The first lloor is presided over by Mr. Win. Fill pot, colored. All attcmi><s at a description of this gentleman have yet proved futile; one thing, however, the Dr. will say, and that is, that Bill may fill-the-pot, but the jail |xit will never till Kill, Bill informs his chums " that it looks like the only time people think that he ha* any sense is when he is playing fool to make 'eni think he's crazy and turn him out." The doctor thinks this htatcnicut has a moral that will do well for some |>eople ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 July 1896

A CLEAR HEAD; good digestion; sound sleep; .1 fine appetite and a ripe old a^e, are some of the results of I he* use of Tutt's Liver Pills. A .single dose will convince you of their ?wonderful effects and \irtuc. A .Known Fact. An absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour stomach, dizziness, constipation bilious fever, piles, torpid liver and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver PiJSs SPIRITS PREDICT That Bryan Will Bo Elected Next President by a Big Majority. Anderson, lml.?The campaign hat* beeu settled already. Ever since tlie Indiana Spiritualists have gone into camp, spirits have, through their control, predicted that Bryan was to be the next President. One went so far hist evening as to say that it would be the greatest landslide in the history of the country. Only one spirit has ventured to remark that McKinley even had bo much as a show. While the uon believers ridicule spiritual prediction, it goes for face value with the Spiritualists, and they would risk the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7, 1896. - f ? Lkk a ai.lemong, ATTORN EY3-AT- LA W, Mil.KM. VA. Practice in Roanoke ami adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building. opposite Courthouse Square, College avenue. jyl2 w H. SIMPSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Roanoke county, City, and adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and all sgal business. Office?Dillard A Perainger's building Room No. 7. IvgyBO-lyr C. B. MOOMAW. J AS. T. WOODS. OOMAW & WOODS, M( ATTORN EYS AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. OFFICE?Mootuaw Building, Jefferson Btreet. W. R. STAPLES, B. H. LOO AN, -ate Judge of Court of I.ate of Johnson Appeals of Virginia. A Logan. gTAPLES & LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. All business entrusted to them will reoeire prompt attention. J 8 . B A E H, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BALEM VIRGINIA. Practices in all the courts of Roanoke and adjoining enmities. Special alwoition given to the collection of claims. Owe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1896

limes - Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other pa]>er has ever had. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1N!?0. I>KN1T A WKUlt.SK. Pwbllitliera. OUR TICKET. For President, WI Alii AM JENNINUS BRYAN, OK Nkukaska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR 8EWALL, ok Maink. For Congress?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, ok Lynchburg. ME. BBYAN'S LAST SENTENCE. Dean Swift said that criticism is a tax a man pays to be great. This trite observation has proven true in Mr. Bryan's case, for though an utter stranger to our whole people outside of his own immediate vicinity, he is as familiarly spoken of and criticised as an old acquaintance. His private life, and Christian character are high above any just censure, and it has never occurred to us that any one would endeavor to present him in any other light. The slanderer, however, like Banquo's ghost, will not down, anil he is charged with sacri lege in the last senteuce of his great speech when he alluded to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1896

fiMe$fSUgi0tet. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1896. IB rile red at the Poetofflce, in Balera, Va. m second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS 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 NEW 1R0WN STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. A Pretty Store. One of the prettiest stores in Salem now is that of Whitescaryer Rrothcra, The Grocers, with oak front and counters and white shelving. It looks as clean and net as tan shoes, but our s|>eeial pride is the goods on our shelves and In our warerooms, which are always fresh and paletable. Our experience of twelve or fifteen years as grocers in your midst teaches us what you need and we keep it for you. Our '.rade justifies us in buying In quanti" .hat 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 August 1896

Save Your Money. One box of 1 utt's Pills will save many dollars in doctors' bills I hey will surely cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Reckless Assertion For sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, constipation and biliousness. a million people endorse TUTT'S Liver PILLS THE BAND WAGON. l>e liiml warm's a com in' A com in' into sight. Wid lots o' noise and clatter. An' silver might made right. I>en, gjt on board, good democrats, As hosts has done before. No crowdin dis band-wagon, Dar's room for many more. l>e horns arc made of silver, De drums am of the same. 1 >e tune's si xteen to one, si r. And other songs is tame. Mars Itryan am our leader. Mars Sewall holds do till, If you gits in dis 'ere wagon You'll ride up Capitol Hill. !><? gold bug mule am sulky Ami silver jacks am proud, Hut dis Democratic wagon Is sure to hold de crowd. iter's some folks dat don't like crow. And some grudge even dat. Von s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1896

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14, 1896 NOJ 12 Lee a ai.lemong, ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W, N4LKM. VI. Practice in Roanoke ami adjoining counties. OFFICE?Strouse Building. op|>osile Courthouse Square, College aveuue. jy!2 w M. SIMPSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in Uoanoko county, City, *nd adjoining counties. Prompt attention to collections and all egal business. OrricB?Dillard A Persinger's building Room No. 7. lv25'90-lyr 0. B. MOOMAW. JAB. P. WOODS. jyjOOMAW Si WOODS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. OFFICE?Moomaw Building. Jefferson Street. ? . ? - - W. *. STAPLKS, *. R. LOOA5, -ate Judgc r C-ourt of Late of Johns Appeals of Yirs^nSa. <fc Logan. gTAPLES A LOGAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA All business entrusted to them will re-1 ceive prompt attention. J S . BAEK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM VIRGINIA. Practices In all the courts of Roanoke and adjoining o?nnties. Special a'v*ntion given to the collection of I elaim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1896

?imcG - jfttfjistcv la the Oldest Newspaper in SSak-ui, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, I8D6. DKN1T A WKllBLSR, Publishers. r ui i irniurui , WIAL1AM JENNINGS BRYAN, OK Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALL, OK MAINK. For Congress?Sixth District, PETER J. OTEY, ok Lynchburg. OUE CONGRESSIONAL NOMINEE. Major Peter J. Otey, our standard bearer for Congress, made a unique, and well considered speech accepting the nomination at Bedford city, on the 22nd of July last. We hope that every voter who has not read it will get a copy and honor it with a perusal. It is plain spoken and can be read in l\ve minutes. It is a business like document, and maps out.the campaign fully. As endorsers of Major Otey, we regard tliis speech as a strong pastoral letter. He says that the currency question is the vital issue, paramount to all others, and lience should receive special consideration at the hands of all. Major Otey is the industrious, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 August 1896

FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890. Entered at the PoeloUice, in Salem, V?. as second-class 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 tf?" NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM, VA. To Farmers: We wiahjto announce to the fanners that we are sole agents for the UENUINE "Oliver Chi Hod Plow" in Salem, and keep a complete line of Plows ami Fix lures on hand. All genuine goods. To Trade Generally? We wish to announce that our stock' of (Jrocerics is kept constantly fill of Kresh and Seasonable Oooda, audi Will Not lie In <1 or* old Fancy Cakes and Crackers a spe: eialty. Coal. I^eave orders for Anthracite, Brush Mountain, and all other grades of Coal sold on this market. Yours respectfully, WH1TRSCAKVKU DUOS, Tayloe lllock, Salem, Ya. Groceries! liny them Fresh and l'ure from Johnston & Day AN 1) SAVE MONEY. See ...

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