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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 May 1897

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YJ. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 189 M NO. 52 ii. 0. 8 r is. A K.N Attorney at Law, SALtiM, VIRGINIA. OrricB?Dillard & Persingcr Building. I ) *'? f*HANKH J nsuranos ^2Qontf ?* A L<KM , VA.. OFFICh,?With J. B Frier Town Ser(Mut, Main Street. Represents a tirst-class line of Kir*. Ijfe nd Accident Companies. Virginia Kire and Marine Insurance Com pany. oricautzed 1883, and other State ? ui>> oauies U. . HANHHKUriiH L. C IIANSHROUUM sporter C-oort of Ap Ijite Common iimhIv Salem Vh wraith's Att"> ->alem Vh i VNHHk ?C<1H H ?NHHlti?? ?.H *TI*f)KNKYS A! t.A* <ALKJ1 VIKhIMa Will prH'trre in the '^urtu of Roanoke i Mif.kc * 'if > , ''oai* <?* 'irrw*?K'hui'k l l. Horner Building. Salem v? JJKNDERSON LEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8A> em, - - Virginia. OrrtcK : Dillard & Pendnger Building, Col lege avenue, Booin No. 2. i-?r Prompt attention to all bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 May 1897

limes ? Is the Oldest Newspaper in Sale in. and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 2H, 1897 DKM'r .V WKlt]!.?lt, i'libliKlivin. With to day's issue the TlMKS-Rlta-istkk completes its thirt/^ rst year. It will enter upon its thirty-second full of buoyauey and hope, old enough to make it a fixture, but young enough to have "winning ways." The new Kepubliean tariff bill lias beeu reported to the United States Senate, and the poor tiling is now undergoing the painful ordeal of discussion by tint body. The Millers' i ssociation that recently met in St. Louis declared that there "is nothing in tlie proposed new tariff bill that will help the grain growers of this country." It is said the friends of lion. J. Hoge Tyler regard it as an omen of success to his candidacy, that the State Democratic convention will be held on his birthday, August lltli, at which time he will be 51 years old. That's a mighty slim hope, and unless lie hustles for delegates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 May 1897

to ?- it i. FRIDAY, MAY 8?, 18U7. I >,? || *>?, JftnooRed ~ 0ut AT . E. BBOWN'S STORE! Black Brocade Dress Goods at I2jc to 25c. Heauties. White India Lawua iron. 4c up. Good Calicoes, 34c. Fine Dimities, tbe 121c kind, only 7Jc. Fine Check Olnghatns. 6c, worth 8c. Good Cotton Checks 4c, worth 7c. A tine stock of Oxford Ties for Womeu, Misses ?nd ?'bildren ?t lowest Pncoe, beginuing at 50c. Women's Oxfords, Uood, for ?100. Lacs Curtains, 40g Per Pair Dp. We have one of the m<?st complete stocks. and will nell you at Koan- kw pri-e.? any day in the week and be thank ftil for theopportunity St<H>k of Mattings Just received at He. 10c. 12} cents aud up. Fine ?tock of PaniBoln and Umbrellas from 50.- up. usY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show (ioods. Q O OO.Q !?0??0? 00 GREAT TROUBLE AND ? EXCITEMENT. This seems to be a period of trouble and excitement, famine and pestilence, wars and rumors of wars. There is no wheat in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 May 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure Ail Liver Ills, 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. NEWS OF THE WORLD. Condoled Into Convenient Shape for Easy Perusal. The Norfolk ami Western Railroad ComI?oiiy has abandoned the pay car system of paying oil* its employees. Hereafter it will pay in cheeks. Hon. Richard Coke. e.\-l!uited States Senator from Texas, died last Thursday at ^Waco. Ex-Congressiuan S. U. Mai lory has been elected I mted States Senator from Florida to succeed Senator Call. It is said the administration has determined to give Virginia lour consulates. There are, |>erhaps, four hundred fellows who want to be consulates. Kx President Cleveland was a pall bearer at a funeral in New York last Saturday. A Philadelphia dispatch says: "The anthracite coal companies are arranging t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 June 1897

"- V % V M. 32. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 18P7 NO. I c. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Orric?? Dillard A Persingcr Building. O. SHANKS Jnsuranco ffigent, 8ALKM, VA.. OFFICE? With J. B. Frier Town Serjeant, Main Street. Represents a tirst-class Hue of Firw Life ml Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany, organised 1832, and other State < 'on paniea. Knoonrae* home enterpn e. '"CM1 U. W. llANHBROruH, L. C HAN8BROtJ??H 'teporter Court of Ap Late I'ommoupeals. Salem. Va wealth's Att'y Kalem. Va |J ANSBRuUGH A HANSBROUOH ATTORNEYS AT LAW SALEM, V ( KOlN I A Will practice in ?he (Viu t? of Roanoke County, Uoanoke City, and the Court o( Appeals. Owe*? Rooms 1 A 2. Horner Building, Salem. Va j^ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT UW, SA I EM, - - VIRGINIA. OrrK'H : Diliurd A Persinger Building, Col lege avenue, Boom No. 2. IW Prompt attention to all busi' ess in-1 trusted to him. febl'Jly J. E. ALLEMONO, ATTORN KY-AT-LA W, ft%l....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 June 1897

limes ? Holster. la the Oldest Newspaiwr in Salem, | ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 18U7. UKNIT * WKB1UK, Publisher*. The friends we uever forget?those who borrow a dollar of us and never return it. Evangelist Schoollleld is now conducting a great revival at Buena Vista. They had several inches of snow in Wisconsin last Monday. How is that for summer weather ? Monday last was peculiarly a day of casualties. Besides the earthquake, the list of tragic deaths, accidents, murders, &c., was unusually large on that day. A race war has been in progress at Atkins, Ark., for a couple of days, and several people of both races liave been killed, and at last account* the end was not yet. Some crank has written a letter to Speaker Heed threatening to kill him unless a certain bill pasees Congress. Detectives now guard the Czar of the House,but he says he ain't "skeered." The average woman goes to her grave remembering what girl ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 June 1897

AY, JUNE 4, 1897. at the PoetofBoe, in Salem, Va. as t**?ud-clase uxatter. :>OAL A.JFTA.IJ*? . ? Eoanoke Prices Jlnoohod ~ 0u6 AT 1. E. BUS'S STORE I Bliok Brocade Dress Goods at 124c to 25c Beauties. White India Lawns irorn 4c up. Good Calicoes, 34c. Fine Dimities, the 124c kind, only 74c. Fine Check Ginghams, 6c, worth 8c. Uood Cotton Checks. 4c, worth 7c. A fine stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and Children at l^owest Pncos, beginning at 60c. Women's Oxfords, Good, for ?1.00. Lace Certains, 40c Per Pair Dp. We have one of the most oomplete stocks, and will sell you at Roanoke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity. 8tock of Mattings Just received at 8c, 10c, 124 cents andup. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. ST For Bargains. W. E. Brown. Pleasure to Show Goods. flit Open Letter To the Public For a number of years we hsve been in your midst as grr>cerymen only; but we find it necessary to enlarge our business, nn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 June 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Doctors Say; Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic tlistricts are invariably accompanied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The See ret of Health. The liver istherreat "clriWiiir O wheel in the mechanism of man, and when it is out oforder, the whole system becomes deranged i? vJ disease is the result. Tutt's Liver Pills CureaSI Liver Troubles. ATTAt Ki:i> 111* rilOUN. Terrible Experience ?I a flan Who Attempt* to ('lenti a Well. Elmer Cautou, of Union, N. Y., for Rome time lias noticed a peculiar taste in the water in his well, and be determined to clean it. William Forbes wan engaged to pump it out, and after draining of! as much water as possible, he descended into the well. Suddenly Carter heard a loud commotion in the water aud a muffled crv for help. lie thought the man had been overcome by gas, and hurried down to And a squirming mass iu the water, with which Forbes was battling. On projecting ston...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 June 1897

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 11, 18<> R. C. STEARNBS, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard it Persinger Building. D. O. SHANKS Insurance ^ffigent, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Ber-t-ant, Main Street. ttepreeunts a tirst-class line of Fire, Life ad Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com |?nv, organized 1832, and other State Com pan tea. ?Snconrasr* honi* nnterpri?e. oct3-tf <?. W. HANSBROOOH, L. C. HANSBROUOU, l??aporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem. Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem, Va. |_f ANSBRoUGH & HANSBKOUGH, ATTURNBY8 AT LAW. SALEM, VIRGINIA. , 5* -S '' " J ' Witt practice lo the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the C-ourt of Appeals. Office?Room* 1 A 2. Horner Building. Salem, Va. TJBNDEBSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. okfick : Dillard & Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. ?T 1 'rompt attention to all business intruste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 June 1897

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1807. UKNl I Jfc Pul>llNlt?r?. What right have disorganize? to advise those who believe in organizing?? Roanoke World. None whatever ; but advice is cheap, and you don't have to take it if you don't waut it. Richmond is the best base ball town in the country.?State. And that is nothing to brag about. Give her a better "rep" than that if you want to advertise her to adVantage, neighbor. Judge Edmund "Waddill think that not one-tenth of the Republicans of this State favor civil service. Of course not; they are hungry for places now. But after they get in watch them howl for civil service. A St. Ixniis man, who died recently, left a will in which there was a bequest of $1,000 to a young woman, "on the score of gratitude, because she declined to marry me, and thereby enabled me to spend my last years happier." The Hoard of Trade ot Chicago declares that Gov....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 June 1897

^a\. junk li, mi. ?? tbf Kostorticw. in Salem, Va. ?n< olass matter. ??v .? . A.r h/vJ i-<e jioaiiyke Prices .. , \ # * j . ^ftnoched ~ 0u? AT W. E. BROWN'S STORE! Black Brocade Dress Goods at 1'JJc to 2oc. Beauties. White India Lawns from 4c up. Good Calicoes, 3Jc. Fine Duuities. the 12Jc kind, only 74c. Fine rheck ??inghams, 6c. worth 8c. Good Oottuo < 'becks 4c. worth 7c. A line stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and ? hildren at lowest Pricoc, beginning ?t 50c. Women's Oxfords, Good, for *1.00. lace Certains, 40c Per Pair lip. We have one of the moet complete stocks, and will sell you at Koanoke prices any day in the week, and he thankful for the opportunity. Stock of Mattings Just received at 8c, 10c, 12J cents and up. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. usv For Bargains. W. E. Brown. Pleasure to Show Goods. flu Open Letter To the PuDlic ISFor a number of years we have been in your midst as grocerymen only; but we find it neces...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 June 1897

Tint's rills Cure All Liver Ills. Tried Friends Best. ForthirtyyearsTutt'sPills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. DAYS OF WONDERS. The earthquake has come and gone ; expanded force. The wizard "Edison" tells us coal is but pure sunshine stored in trees grofcvn years sro and slowly transformed to almost pure carbon, or coal. As long as the sun shines this carbon is generated and we can get power. Power is thus stored away. The world is hourly in search for power, stored power, that may l?e utilized at a future time. It is now claimed that a sigh is {Miwer generated by the contraction of the human heart at the presence of pain, and a smile is similar (tower so generated by its expansion in the presence of pleasure and the effort is making to smother sighs and preserve smiles, thus storing power. Analysis of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 June 1897

V >L 32. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA..fFRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 25. 18J>7 NO. 4 R, C. BT KARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Orric*?Dillard A Persinger Building. O. 8HANR8 D. Insurance ^fflgsnt, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Serjeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Lif* nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Conpany, organized 1832, and other State Oon< panies. Encourage borne enterpri-e. oct3-tf O. W. HANBBROCUJl, L. C. HAXBBROUUH, Reporter Court of Ap- l.ate Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, ? ? Salem, Va. ( JANSBROUGH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. SALEM, - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Office? Rooms 1 & 2, Horner Building, Salem, Va. "U ENDER80N LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, ~ - VIRGINIA. Office: Dillard A Persinger Building, Col lege avenue, Room No. 2. fjf Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. feb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 June 1897

? lUgiste r. I? the Oldest Newspaper in Salein, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JUNK 25, 1SU7. DKNIT * TFKBBliR, Publlihrn. 'Phone No. 6. A certain kind of confidence that will never be restored in Virginiaconfidence in Gov. Charley O'Ferrall. Up to the present time 1?4 delegates have been elected to the State convention which meets in Roanoke on August 11th. Of that number Tyler has 14!>. El I y son 1?, and 32 uniustrueted. NA8HVILLB, June 23.?Gen. John M. Gordon was today unanimously re- elected general commander of the United Confederate Veterans. He axpreated a desire to rotire and delivered ru eloquent far* oil address p?evk,us to Lis re-election, but tho veterans refused to vote for anyone else. The Jnbilee exercises to mark the sixteenth anniversary of the virgin Queen Victoria are elaborate and imposing beyond description, and yet the noblest part of it all is the unseen and quiet but none the less genuine love in the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 June 1897

FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1897. Entered it lh? Postotfioe, in 8tlM, Va. ma seoond-olan matter. 'Phone No. 0. LOOAIL. AFFAIRS Roanoke Prices JftnooRed - 0u6 V. E. BIOWI'S STORE I Black Brocade Drees Goods at 124c to 25c Beauties. White India Lawns trom 4c up. Good Calicoee, Sic. Fine Dimities, the 124c kind, only Tie. Fine Check Ginghams. 6c. worth 8c. Good Cotton Checks. 4c, worth 7c. A tine stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misare and Children at lowest Prieos, beginning at AUc. Women's Oxfords, Good, for ?1.00. Late Curtains, 40c Per Pair Op. We v have one of the most complete stocks, and will sell you at Roanoke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity. Stock of Mattings Just received at 8c, 10c, 124 cents and up. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. _ TM been in your midst as grocerymen only; but we find it necessary to enlarge our business, ami have added several lines most especially adapted to our c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 June 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Tried Friends Best. For thirty ycarsT utt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. Texas CJlrl'* KcTengv. Paris, Texas.?Ed. Kiluore, a contractor and builder, met IiIb death at the hands of Mies Fanny Jackson and her three brothers, recently. Kilgore was sitting in the waiting room at Landonia station when Miss Jackson, accompanied by a sister and three brothers, entered, the men takiug positions at the doors. The girl drew a revolver and fired at Kilgore. The bullet went wild and struck her brother, Brode Jackson, In his forehead, killing him instantly. Kilgore dashod down the railroad track behind some freight cars. Bud Jackson, another brother, intercepted him, and shot him In the back. After Bud Jackson had emptied his revolver, Miss Jackson walked up and ilred three ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 July 1897

VOL. 32. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VAJFRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1897 ''"3T . . NO. 5 R, C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. OpricB? Dillard A Persinger Building. O. SHANKS Insurance ffigent, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a tirst-class line of Fire, Life nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany, organized 1832, and other State Com paniea. Bnoouraee home enterprise. oct3-tf O. W. HAN8BROOOII, L. C. HANSBROtJOH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem,Va. |XAMSBROUQH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, jULEM. - VIRGINIA, ? li*.. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Orric*?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. JJENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Oppick : Dillard Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. Prompt attention to all business in-1 trusted to him. feblU ly J. E. ALLEMONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NALK9I. V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 July 1897

lime - Ulster. Is the Oldest Newspaper in ?ulem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. JULY 2, l*y7. DKNIT & WKUU.3K, PublUlier*. 'Phone No. (3. ? - VTwVp* v? vc-.-x (HIT ^ m THE MASS-MEETING JULY COURT. Next county court day is very important to the Democrats of Roanoke oountv. We caunot urge upon them too strongly tlie great importance of turuiug out en masse, anil be sure of it that both delegates and the codnty committee are men of tlie choice of the parties iu interest. It is easy to stay away from the mass meetiug, and complain afterwards of Its action, but such a course is neither patriotic nor manly. The delegates to the Roanoke convention will have ouly i vote, and this will necessitate the election of a large number, which faet will AfTord the friends of any and all aspirants a good opportunity. The county committee will also be chosen, and this is a most vital question to the party. A large gathering should !?e present to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 July 1897

iimetf-jltegisita*. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 18t?7. K(tiered al the Postottlce. in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. 'IPhone No. O. r^oo^x. Roanoke Prices ^tiooKqS. ~ 0ut AT W. E. BROWN'S STORE I Ulai k Brocade Dress Goods hI L24c to 25c. Beauties. White India Lawns from 4c up. Good Calicoes, 3*c. Fine Dimities, the 124c kind, only Tic. Fine Check Ginghams, ,'?c, worth He. Good Cotton Chucks, tc, worth 7c. A line stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and Children at Lowest Prions, beginning st AOc. Women's Oxfords, Good. for ?1.00. Lace Curtains, 40c Per Pair Up. We have one of the most complete stocks, and will sell you at Hoanoke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity, Stock of Mattings Just received at 8c, 10c, 12J cents and up. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. KY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. nn Open Letter To the Public For a number of years we have been in your tuidst as grocerymen only; but we lind it necessary torn la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 July 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure Aii Liver His, A CLEAR tVuVJ; gOCu . . ;t :.v . :: t . a filK: ap V.i:.'I a ???*!.?;: ?,??'? arcscr.i ? ? !*'?? ?v-;e of Tul'V; i : A / }*z close will crnviiv. v w-.w . t: ;r wonderfu! <. n i ' ; an J ? i.e. A I.'.'V\r -1 An absolute cut e for sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour stomach, dizziness, constipation bilious fever, piles, torpid liver and all kindred diseases. Tutt' s Liver PiSSs \ I'KOJKcrii) NniEME To Operate ? Flour Jlill by Kllrtrielty mid to FuruKh I'liristlausbnrg Willi Klcclric IilxhtN. Near the loot of the Alleghany mountain**, in Montgomery county, stands a building, from which an electric current will t*ouie day be sent across the hollows and over the hills to Christiansburg, a distance of about six miles. The object of this will be to operate a Hour mill by electricity and to furnish Christiansburg with electric lights. The geutleuian who originated this scheme is an English man by the name of James liigsby, who says he was put ...

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