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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 July 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA-, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1887. NO 45. J?nltm @itues-$egister, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At 01.6O Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. J. T. CRA.BTREE. C11AS. O. DEN1T F. a. WEBBER. CBABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, PnhlleHer* nnrt Proprietor*. ? ? ?? IDVEKTININti RATKN. A?Ivertl?eme?ta?thq?* run?la< lens tbso ilztjr rtayn-wlll be loeorted at tTi f rate of 7Vjt* per iqatre for the Brat In* aortiou, *nd 60 cont? (uv cwob addition*] lu?ei tloa. Special rit'.ea for fc'. jngjr period. ProfM?toH?I or other (trdt, occupy I a* ?no nqu*te. or Iokk, one yuivr, il'J.0u; nix month*, |7.o0; three inoutha #5.00. boucu a'l vertUomentn subject to apeelal contract. Obltnnrle* Rati Tributes of Reepeet. when they uxoeed ten tluea, will be changed for at the rate of 6 oent* per line for all auoh ? exceaa. All CnU mini be on metal foundation, when they will be Inaerted without extra bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 July 1887

?>alent g[inies-?egisttf. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. CHA8. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC MASS-MEETING. TheJ Democrats ofj Roanoke county are called to rawt in mass-meeting on Monday, July 18th, (court-day) In Salem, to appoint five delegates and five alternates to represent lU>anoke county in the Stato Convention which meets at Roanoke city August 4tb, 1887. The representation will be as follows, according to the vote east 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 organisation of the party will also be made by the election of a County Executive Commltteo and a County Chairman. Wm. W. Bai.i.a^d, County Chairman. lu another column wo give to our readers President Cleveland's "St. Louis letter," which has justly excited so much intorest. It speaks for itself and doublos u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 July 1887

Salem $imes-Register. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 18H7. Entered at the PostolHoe, in Salero, V? aasecond-clanN matter.] this paper ni^estst iaaat A<lT?tTtUlncBurr4ul < 10 Sprnw Ht. Iwhup- mlv.-rt l?ltir ?uuUvoto uwjr U? uuulo tvr lk O ft JEW VOUK< LOCAL. AFFATBS OfrnrrrHrr? In Mud Aronnd "mrni, and County Nitlipm Briefly Told. Proclamation by the Governor.?In another column to-day will be (omul the proclamation Issued by Governor I*ee ofl'ering a reward of $115.00 for the capture of George Wlmmer, the murderer of Charlos Shoveley. For full Information, description. Ac., see the proclamation. Married.?On Thursday last, the 7th instant. Dr. John S. Deyerlc wan united In marriage to Miss Maggie A. Garrett, daughter of Mr. Wm. Garrett, both of this county, Rev. l?r. C. Tyree performing the ceremony. Rev. Collins Denny, of this place, delivered his lecture, "Lights ami Shadows of a trip through Italy," In^ie Methodist church at Koanoke city last Thursday night, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 July 1887

uf-^ither. As for his daysJ6?< waste!h one-third of them ; anifftsforhls teeth, he has convulsions when he he cuts them, anil as the last one comes through, lo, the dentist is twisting the first oue out, and the last end of that man's jaw is worse than tho first, being full or porcelain and roof-plate built to hold the blackberry needs. Stone-bruises line his pathway to manhood ; his father boxes his ears at home, the big boys cufT him in the play-grouud, aud the teacher whips him in the school-room. He buyeth Northwestward at 110, when he hath sold short at %, and bis neighbor uuloaded upon him Iron Mountain at G3, and it straightway breaketh down to 02. He riseth oarly and sitteth up late that he may fill his barns and storehouses, and lo, his children's lawyers divide the spoils among themselves and say, " Ha, ha!" lie growleth aud is sore distressed because it raineth, and he beateth upon hia breast and sayeth, " My crop is lost! because it raineth not." Tho late rain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 July 1887

&uhin j?imes-$egi$ter, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVEBT FRIDAY MORNING, At Por Year, STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCK. IJ not paul in advance 92 will be charged. J. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CEABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, P?Mlak?mi Md froprlftara. ADVERTI8INCI BATES. &4vertlM?m<a-U>OM runtlu l*ii tksu sixty daya? will be knnerted at&??Uof 73?t? per equar* for the Unit la j ^rtloo. A i u <H>^n^ to* jtk add I ?u a *1 Iti ov otiwr n( ja^e nqoaret or leaa, ono ;Mt, tlJ-OO; tlx mcnUii, 17.(0; three mofttbi 16.00. Lonifr ?dr?rUM(u?nU aubject to apeclal oontract. Otl*a?rlM *?< Tribute* or R?iip?rt, When they exceed ten llnea, wttl be charged Tor at the rate of 6 oenta per In* for all aucb ?xoew. All Cala munt be on metal foundation, when they will be lnaerted' without extra harge. Advertteementa to laiorc Insertion In any IlTtn laaua, ahould reach tblaoflloe on or be* Ore Tueaday of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 July 1887

Ja/fMf gin(es-?egis/^r. (Gonuolldatod Aujruat 16,1883.) Fill DAY, JULY 22, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, A??oclat-o, It is rather early to begin the work of ticket-making for the uext Gubernatorial campaign, but the Lynchburg Virginian makes excellent selections when it puts forward the following: 14 For Governor, Richard F. Beirne, of Richmond; for LieaUx-int-Gov-ernor, Wood Bouldin, of Halifax ; for Attorney-General, John A. Buchanan, of Washington county." The " B. B. B." ticket is a good one. The jury in the trial of J. Spocd Thompson for the murder of Elbert Fowler in Greenbrier Circuit Court, returned a verdict of "not guilty," at 7:30 o'clock on tho afternoon of the 12th instant. Hon. Lewis E. Harvie, died at his residence in Amelia county, Monday evening, in the 80th year of his age. The re-eloction of Major W. W. Ballard to the position of Chairman of the County Executive Committoe by the I >emocratic meeting last Monday, was a proper recognition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 July 1887

?ahm (gimes-jgegisiirr. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1887. Bntered at (he Postoffioe, in Salem, Va u aecond-olaat* matter.] this paper AdmMw Bon?a (10 Spruo* Bfciwhmi tdri>rfliln| ?usuwm inaj- Uu minto for It ill KKW .VUU&. LOCAL -AJPFATrtQ Oemrrrnrc* la nnd Around Kalrm, M<l Cvaatjr Matter* B/lelj T*M. The Jury Failed to Aqrss.The case of Ralph C'ofTman, the young white man clunked with shooting and severely wounding John Brown Keaston, colored, in May last, was tried iu the county court on Wednesday. Tho prisoner was represented by Messrs. R. H. Woodrum and J. 8. Baer, and the Commonwealth by Mr. L. C. Ilansbrough. About Ave o'clock the case was given to the Jury, but after a lengthy consultation tbey failed to agree upon a verdict and were discharged. We learned that the punishment favored by a majority of the Jury was three months' imprisonment In Jail and a fine of $50, While the trial was lu progress the prisoner's wife and two bright little ohUdreo were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 July 1887

The Ono-llorwe l uriiicr. The one-horse farmer has h lifelong ambition to gain a reputation for wearing a dirty shirt. llo will alarm the neighborhood by getting up two hours before day, then sitting around atul not go to work till after sun up. He will ride around a week looking for a hog. lie will complain of hard times, then tear his pants climbing a fence where a gate ought to be. He will pay three dollars fora new bridle, and then let the calf chew it to pieces before Sunday. He will get all his neighbors to help in getting a cow out of the bog, then let her die for want of attentiou. Stock will get in aud destroy his crop at a place in his fence that he has been putting otf fixing for six months. He will spraiu his baek lifting soiuothing to show how strong he is. He will talk all 'lay Sunday on what he knows about farming, then ride round the neighborhood Monday hunting seed potatoes. He will go in his shirt sioeves on a eold day to show how much ho can stand, then return hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 July 1887

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1887. NO47. Jga/ww jgirnes-Register, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVEftY F II 11) A Y M O It NINO, At, K)>I.no Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. J. T.CRABTRKE. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. O. WE13BEH. CBABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbllihrr* nnil Pro |? rip torn. AUVERTIMlNti IIATKM. rmn?ipiit AdfortUrmrnta-those runalng leas than sixty days?will be Inserted at the ratoof?Scts per mjuaro fur the flriit 1 uoerllou.andM ceDta for ?Mk additional Insertion. (Special rate* for a longer period. PrufrnwIouHl or other cards, occupying jn? * ju.\re, ->r leu*, one year, 918.00; six mwothet, >7.3*1; thr?e months $6.00. L<onger advertisements subject to special contract. Obllnnrlci and Tribute* of Reapert. when they exceed tea lines, will he charged for at the rule of & ceuts per line for all such esooM. All CiiK must he on metal foundation, whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 July 1887

g"ttr3-$tgisiw. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY. JULY 29, 1887. CUAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. PUBLIC SPEAKINU. Arrangements are being mado to have prominent speakers who will attend the Convention at Roanoke next week, to address the citizens ef Salem and vicinity on Friday night, August the 5th, at the Town Hall. Further particulars will be announced by handbills. Roanoke City is spreading herself in preparations for the Convention which is to meet there next week, and promises am pie accommodations, a cordial welcome and a good time to all who may come. The indications are that the attendance will be large, and we hope that a full delegation from this county will be present. It only remains for conservative de-, liberations, a platform of sound principles upon which all can stand, and ft strict adherance to the Riddloberger bill as the best terms on which the debt problem shall bo not tied, to make the Roanoke convention a grand success. 8.1*. Gresham, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 July 1887

galtm jgimes-gfegistir. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1887. Hutered at the PoatotBce, In Halem, Va m seoond-claMH matter.] THIS PAPER AlT-rt1?ln* Jtan?u (10 Bpruc* HI.), w W?? mIvi-HMm ?uatrauU wjr Ut luatte fur U IN NKW l'UIUL. LOCAL AFFAIRS OerarrfOff* In itnd Aroaad Nairn, Mad County Brlvfly Told. Reward Offered.?Mayor W. T. Younger gives notice In to-dav's Times-Keoister that a reward of $25.00 will be paid out of the treasury of the town of Salem for the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who committed the robbery at tho residence of Capt. Robertson the night of the 18th. For particulars see notice. Washed away. ?We regret to learn that our good old friend, Mr. Harvey J. Dent, in the Botetourt Springs neigbboi hood, suffered considerable loss by the storm which passed over that section last Saturday evening. Eight fine bogs and two calves, which were out in the field,were washed away by the stream which {teases through his place. Death of a Bright Little Girl.?Little Mattie Josep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 July 1887

* ??'rinlitriil ArciUcnt. A RAILROAD TRAIN RU8IIKS INTO A <3 A NO O* LAHORKRS. N kw Yohk, July 1)3.?One of those frightful accidents which coine with sppalllnft ?uddeuiii?i? when there Is no apparent rtasou why they could not bo easily avoided, took place this morning- on the Erie Railroad, between Allendale and Hohokus. The catastrophe was attendod with an appalling loss of life, and over a doaen mangled bodies oa the track attested the uogloct of somo one whose duty it would have been to give warning of an impending disas* ter. A gang of Italian laborers were at work blasting on the railroad a little distauce from a sharp curve about thioe-fourths of a mile above Hohokus. Tho Chicago ex proas, which was due an hour beforo, had not arrived, and these men, whose foreman should have given a warning whistle when the traiu was approaching the sharp curve, were busy at work, unconscious of the terrible fate which was In store for them. At a quarter past 7 o'clock train * expr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 August 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1887. NO 48. gahm gimcs-?t$isttr, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERT P It I D A Y M O 11 N I N <j> , At (jil.ao Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If nol jtaUl in advancc will be charged. J. T.CnAUTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT F. G. WEUUER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PnhlNhrro ami ProprlMoni. AUVKRTININU KATEN. rranrOeat AdT*rlUemeato~thoM runilni I am than elxty days?will be Ineerted n? the rate o? 75oti? per imjuhi o for tbe Aril luor other oarda, occupying .);?? equate, or lea*, one year. (12.00; nix mouth*. f?.V: three mouth* $5.00. Longei a lvertVm.i l *?t?eubJeot to apeclal contract. WbUeerlM nnH TrlbulM of Reaper*, when they exoeed ten tinea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 omita per line for all such oxoeaa. All i'ul* tnu.'t be on metal foundation, when they wt." b" luaorted without extrn harge. Advertlacraev.U. . 'naure Insertion In any Kiren iuuo,ahould reaei. ? Ii!h<&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 August 1887

galeni jfwtes-?egist (ConoolldHted JVugviBt 16,1883.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. We go to press several hours earlier to-day than usual in order that we may have a chance to attend the convention now in session at Roanoke. We learn that there aro a laigo number of delegates present, and that the city is full of people. Now, let wiso counsel and conservatism bo the guide of tbo leaders, and Democratic success in the approaching canvass will be assured. In the recent exposure of Oscar J. Harvey, a Republican cleric in the Treasury Department, of forgery, and his prompt sentence to Sing Sing prison for twelvo year*, is anothor proof, if any is needed, of how Mr. Cleveland keeps faith with the country in the promlso of a clean administration. It needs be that wrong doing in office, like offences, must come, but from the quick and hearty way in which the President" fires off" the offender, the practice will gradually become one of11 innocu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 August 1887

?alem @imes-$egisttr FHIDAY, AUGUST, Oth 1887. lCntered at the PontolQo?, In Salem, V M swond-oluH matter.] tHtfl PAPER V^T. 'r*?* ? "'?> ?t n?i * ... ,"*? " '* P. Howell JtOu'a Ki'Oimur il,TJSto,lto!*u'10 Hi*?** St. Vwlwn. ?.|T,.r(l.ir.ii ouuuacw luaj- U> iuwIm tor It IN M.W VOiiK. X-OOAX^ AFFATBS ' Oe?arren?M In Ml| Aronud Nairn*, and County Nmirrti Briefly Told. Attention. DcmofratH. A meeting of the Democratic |>arty of thin county will be held in Salein, Va., on Monday, August 15th, court d?y, to appoint delegates to the Senatorial and Delegate Conventions, which wiil be held In Salem to nominate the next Senator and Delegate froth these respective districts. Time of holding the Conventions will bo hereafter announced. w. w. Ballard, ^ County Chairman. 1 I'ne It Mjuvir. Jno. K. Jones, Fort Valley, Ga., one of the leading druggists there, states that he commends Dr. Blggers' Huckleberry Cordial because he uses it himself, and knows of what value ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 August 1887

UiilchcKl Ithorre onKrcortl. A great surprise, If not a sensation, wan created in Springfield, Mo., In upper-crust society Monday ovoniug by the institution in Circuit Court of divorce proceedings by Mrs. Sarah 11. O'Day against her husband, John O'Day, to whom sbo v.'iJ married twenty-three years ago. After hearing ttie testimony the court at once granted a decree and awarded to the plaintiff, as asked in her petition, alimony in the sum of $40,000, homestead property valued at $12,500, and the rights and priviliges of a single person, with thecustody of her youngest son. Mr. O'Day, who was present, thereupon delivered to the plaintitT a deed to homestead, a bill of sale for the horses, carriages, furniture, Jtc., and a check for $40,000, and the case closed with apparent satisfaction to all parties concerned. Mr. O'Day was for a number of years chief attorney of the St. Louis and San Francisco llailroad and is now its first vice president. He is also chairman of the Democratic Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 August 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1887. M"le'n ?imes-$egister, (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY F II I D A Y MOllNINO, At 01.SO Per Ycur, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCE. If not paid in advance |2 will be ehargcd. J. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T K. O. WEBBER. CBiBTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, I'nbllahrrn Had Proprietor*. AUVBHTIHINti KATEM. rrnmiiMl A4vertlaenae?ta? those run?ln< 1m< th?n sixty days?will h* Inserted Ht the r?t?' of 75cta per iiqaare for the first in?itrUon.andM mdU for M?h Additional Insert I ozx. HpeclKl rates for a longer period. Pmrrmloaal or other earda, occupying joe Rqa?r?, or lesa, one year, $13.00; alx months, |7.t0; three montha 95.00. Longer advertisements aubjeot to special contract. ObllaartfR and Trlbnlfo of Krupert. when thoy exoeed ten llnea, will he charged for at the rate of 6 cent? per line for all such excess. All <?ut* rauNt he on metal foundation, when they will be Inaerted without ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 August 1887

(Consolidated Augunt 1ft, 1883.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, IK87. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. KRANK O. WEBBER, An*ocUito. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. The Convention to nominate a candidate for Senator from this District, composed of Montgomery, Roanoke and Craig counties and Roanoke city, will meet at Salem on Saturday, August 27, 1887, at 12 M. Repreaention will bo one delegate from every flfly votes cast for Gov. lie? in 188f>. At same time and place a candidate will be nominated for the House of Delegates form tho counties of Roanoke, Craig and Roanoke city. J. Hampton Hook, Chairman Montgomery county. H. A. Sims, Chairman Roanoke city. N. N. Ripley, buirutan Crnlg county. VV. W. Ballaru, Chairman Roanoke county. A WOltK WELL DONE. From every point of view tho convention which assembled at Roanoke last week was an eminent success, amply justifying the wisdom of tho counsels under which it was called* Whether we consider the largo attendance from all parts of the State, the character an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 August 1887

?xlem $imes-$$eQister. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 12, 1887. Entered at the PostotBee, In Suletn, Vh asseooml-claaM matter.] mna p IPVT? mr f?m( <m lit nwv ABLIO MT ill IaO, RKow?.ll * Oo'b Nrnmunf AdwtH?lnKHlirwMI(H)8|inin' BtAwhciv ?:lvprtWn? cvalrwu lua/ U> nuwlu (ur It IN MiW VUVK< LOCAL AFFAIRS OffiirrcnfM In und Aronnd Nairn, ?nil ("onaljr WitKrra BrlfR; T?l?l. Notice.?Obituaries exceeding len lines will in all cases be charged (or at the usual advertising rate*. A Good Law.?The latest postal laws are such tliat newspaper publishers can have arrested (or (rami any one who takes a paper and refuses to |>ay (or it. Under this law any man who allows his subscription to run (or some time unpaid and then orders it discontinued, or orders the postmaster to mark It "refused," and to send a postal card notifying the publisher, lays hlmseK liable to arrest and tine, the same as (or the(t, etc. Attention. Deiuoerntn. A meeting of the Democratic party o( t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 August 1887

Fnrnen of the Future. Farming in tho year 1887, and ?very year hereafter, will 1h> depending for success more and more upon the knowledge, training and skill of the farmers. The child of tho family, who is of the clearest noiod, most ready to study, most given to ol)servation of eauso and efTbct, quickest of apprehension, l>est adapted to the use of tools and machinery, who loves horses and cattle?this ehild should be trained for the farmer. The men, such as these children will make, aro to bo tho successful farmers of the future. II is useless to expect the lazy, shirking, indifferent boy or man will do well on the farm or make his mark in that direction. Such may make passable men in other pursuits, but the farmers hereafter must be wide awake, cultivated men, with a knowledge of the principles which lie at the foundation of their profession. It is on this account that the farmers of to-day should take the necessary means to secure a thorough agricultural edu...

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