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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 August 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA,. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1887. NO. 50. $>alem @imes-?eQi>;ter, (CONSOLIDATED.) Id PUBLI8HED EVERT F 11 I DAY M C> 11 N I N O , At iHi.so P?r Yoar, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1/ noi paid in advance f- will be charged. J. T. CRABTHKE. CHAS. D. UEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTRGE, DENIT & WEBBER, mill I'roprlrtor*. A?VEKriNI!?U ItATKN. I'rniMlpnl .i<lvertliifiufnlii-tb(H? rnnnltt* less than sixty days?will be Inaerted fit Cue rate of 7V(h per square for tbe Aral Insertion, aud &U cent* for ?Mh tddiltnnal lukorlton. Hpoolul rates for a louver period. I'rufi'Mluiinl cr other card*. occupying ,?ne s?jntire, or lens, one year. 112.00; six mouths, $7.60; three month* $">.00. l.oiiK?r a IverlluementA subject to npcclal oou tract. Obitnnrlea and Tribul?N of Roxpcrl. when they exceed ten lines, will be charKiu! for at tUe rate of 5 cents per line for all snoh excess. All On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 August 1887

Mal'iq giiiies-jReflirJer. (Consolidated August 16,1083.) FRIDAY, AUGUST li?. 188* chas. D. DENIT, Editor. fkank a. webber, Associate. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. The Convention to nominate a candidate for Senator from this District, composed of Montgomery, Roanoke and Craig counties and Koanoke city, will meet at Saleui on Saturday, August 27,1887, at 12 M. Reprosention will bo one delegato from every fifty votes cast for Gov. Dee in 188o. At same time and place a candidate will be nominated for the House of Delegates form tbo counties of Roanoke, Craig and Roanoke city. J. IlAMl'TON llOUE, Chairman Montgomery county. H. A. Simb, Chairman Roanoke city. N. N. Rii'ljkv, Chairman Craig county. W. W. Bali>ari>, Chairman Roanoke county. The first street car line ever operated in Danvillo was opeued to the public last Monday, and now Dauville rejoices. General and ex-Senator Mahono is Hooding Virginia with Republican campaign documents, mostly in praise of himsolf and hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 August 1887

|fulfill ?inies-i$tgisitr. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 19, 1887. Entered at the PostotHce, in ShIoiu, V? hhsecond-class matter.] I ll | Q T? A PTTT7 i"?f t?fnnn<l onfMnM fiww , , ,7, ,T~ ?^TT.,' - Howell * <>?'* N-w?;?i?r A<( vrrtMtur Ltunvin (10 Spnwo St. >. wlxm iwIv.tIu1tiic ouuu-avu iu*j bu tuitolo tor It IN >K\V VOUK.% LOCAL AFF-A.TPJ.S 0?rnrr?>nr<>N In nnd Around Nn|em. and t'onnly NailrrH Briefly Told. Noticb.?Obituaries exceeding ton lines will in all eases be charged for at the usual advertising rates. Handsome Cottaoe Residence For Sai,k.?As will Ik* wen from the advertisement In another column to-day. Dr. Oscar Wiley otiers for sale, privately, his cottage residence in this place, one of the moat desirable homes in West Salem. It is bran new, convenient in every particular, and most admirably located. See the advertisement, and call on the Doctor for full particulars. Sale ok Person a i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 August 1887

AtMlm'tton mikI Kwif. A strange etoryof midnight alnluctlon tint I rescue was told to tho police of Detroit, Mich., by a sixteen-year oi<i girl named Clara (Jrosselause, a dork in a laundry, and daughter of a life insurance agent. Tho polico say it is tho oddest event that they have been called on tp clear up in a lone time, and, us it seems to beadifllcult job perhaps that Is why they regard the wl o ? thing with suspicion. These, however, seem to bo tho facts: IVliss Urossclauso worked lato Saturday night, ttmj n was midnight when she parted from friends ut tho corner of Oris wood and Fort streets, where she was to take tho car for home. The car was late, and Miss Urossclauso thought she would walk on slowly. She had gone a block or so when a man in a passing buggy invitod hor to ride home. Sho thought ho was a gentleman sho had mot at tho laundry and ontorod the carriage. She at once discovered her error and that the man was a stranger. As he refused to lot hor out sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 August 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1887. NO. 51. ?;ihm Register, (CONSOLIDATED.) li PUBLISHED EVERY r it i i? a y >i o ii iv 1 iv o . At ?I.OO I?or Year, STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCE. If not /mill in advance $2 will be charged. J. T CRABTREE. CHA3.U. DEN1T F. O. WEBBEU. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'iitilIxttrr* Hnil I'roiirlrlorit. JE- ? 1 * ? * ??? -I- - "-??! I ? \ <> VKXriAlNO ItVI'KK. I'r^iKimii VJvvriiNeiwenta?those run?IM| l*4 Uiau sixty days?will be Inserted ?iv !.!??< rate of 7k*Ui i??r square for the first lull irtloii,and V> cents for ?aoli additional In- ? irtl<A> Hpeclal ralo< for a luugwr period. .???rea?i<?n?i or other c#r<U, ooaopyiat ? n?? square, or In**, ono year, tl2-<K); nix inaiilli*, fi.oll; tlir<>? month* to.00. l?oiigvr a I vertUeineutii subject to special contract. ilbl t u arte* ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 August 1887

Ja/wi/ ^inits-gegis^t. (Consolidated Autfunt 15,1833.) FltlDAY, AUGUST 2<>. 18X7. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEDBBR, Atswoclate. the APPROACHING contention. The eonventloTto nominate candidates for the Senate and House of Delegates from this district, will assemble in Salem to-morrow (Saturday). Upon whom those nominations will be conferred is a question much discussed. In the ease of the Senator, howover, so far as wo havo beon abio to ascertain, the present Incumbent, Hon. Henry S. Trout, is the first choico oftho Democrat* of the district, and although he does not seek nor desire a renomlnation, wo believe it will bo unanimously tendered to him, and It is hoped that he will accept it. During his four years of Senatorial life he has served hio I district well and faithfully, and the experience gained by that service will now bo of groat value to his district. Under those considerations, the convention, iu our Judgment, will act wisely if it again throws...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 August 1887

3&alem $ime&-j&egisttr. FlUDAY. AUGUST, 2G, 1887, Botered at the Postoftlce, In Salem, Va tut second-claws matter.] rare paper M?Mrsw?ssaas Aihmrtbdnc ??*?!!< 10 Rpruc* Ht.Lwh.-m Atlv<-riu!n? Oiwuku urnjr bo uuulu fur ii IN NkW VOliK. LOCAL AFFAIP-S On/arrrncrft In i%n?l Around Nairtn, ?uU County Mnllfr* tlrl, lly Tolil. Branching Out.?Mr.Chariot* L. Maury, the well-known Salem photographer, is now making preparations to open a gallery at Roanoke in connection with the one at thin place, lie will be assisted by his brother, Mr. Thomas G. Maury, both of whom are artists of experience and hard to heat. We commend Mr. Maury and his enterprise to the people of Roanoke, and bespeak foi him a liberal patronage. If You Want something nice in the niolautcs line, go to W. II. ShufT A Co'sand call for 41 Ilock Candy Drip." a tig JO-tf Veterinary Surgeon.?Tb? attention of our readers is directed to the card of Dr. F. E. White, veterinar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 August 1887

IN ANSWKIt. " MhiIp.hi, w? miss IIip train at II ?" " Hut can't you make it,sir?" shofpisp- , od. " liupo8Bil>l?; it loaves at throw. Ami we aro due a quarter pant." " Ih there u<> way? O. tell me, then, Aro you? Christian?" " I am not.*' " And aro thero iv.ne amovig tho mon Who run the trainT" " No?I forgot? I tliink tliis follow over here, Oiling the engine, claims to he." 8he threw upon the engineer A fair face, white with agony. "Are you a Christian?" " Yes, I am." " Then, O sir, won't yon pray with me, All the long way, thai liod will stay, That (Jod will hold the train a It ?" ' 'Twill do no good. It's due at three " Aud"?"Yes, but Uod can hold the train; My dying child is calling me, Aud I immt see her face again. O, won't you pray?" " I will," a uod Kinphatic, as ho takes his place. When Christians grasp the arm of Uod They grasp the power that rules the rod. Out from the station swept the train, Ou time, swept on past wood and ha; The engine...

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

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1887. NO. 52. Tr Anient $iints-Register (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY M^HNINO, At 91.00 Per Your, 8TRICTL Y CASlt IS AD VA NCK. If not paid in advance fc! uill be charged. J. T.CHABrRKE. CH AS. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, l*nhll%hrr? and Proprietor*. y ? ? 'Jl UL - g- -- ? A l? V BO It I' IS1 N' <? BATEN. rr?u?teut Adfrr(Urini*Nta-thOM run?ln<a tbau nlxty day.?will be ln*eri?d At V aw rut. of73ct? mjuare fr?> lb. 1t?! la* CO <ar anci< ??? IU'suhI lu?ettibil-. *o??'ida) ri1 letlor*K?Bpjr Jijtlw-T. l'r?rM?i<tnitl or ethtt card*, oooupylitK ^n? sqhwro. or l.*>, ona yft.ir, IUUB9; six month*. 57.50; three month* I5.1K). Long.r n't vertlaementa aubJoct to special contract. OI?lfnwrlen And trlbnlf# of Rrnpect. arhon they exceed ten line*. will be churned for at the rule of 5 cent* per Hue for all aucb ex...

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

gnltin ginits-gegisttf. i (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEB2, 1887. I C11A8. D. DENIT, Editor. FHANK G. WEBBER, Aasoclttto. Democratic Ticket. For the Senate?Fourth Distict: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of MontKC/^c^y County. lor the House of Delegates?Mofin- \ oke ami Oraty : GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. OUR CANDIDATES. Wo preeent to our readors the proceedings aud results of the convention. Thero was so raw variety of opinion us to tho standard bearers to be selected, as is always the casein a Democratic convention whero matters are not fixed up beforehand for action. But tho result meets the hearty approval of all concerned. It is a sound, a clean and an able ticket, even in tho est'mation of our Republican friends. It only remains to ad-! dross ourselves to work that this ticket may bo ratified at tho polls. | For this there is every encouragement, as in tho counties and district thero is an assured Democratic majority of voters. That these cau bo got out is tho only &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 September 1887

giilem @imes-?egishr< FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1887. Entered *t the PoBtotllee, in Salem, Va aa aeooud-claas matter.] this paper nis^s8|^ss LOCAL AFFAIBS OffiirrrnrrN 111 ??n<l Around Knlrm, nud Vonutjr Mnltrrn llrirfly Told. Ouu School. Funiw.?The sum of <1183,081.60 has been apportioned to the public schools of the Commonwealth at the rate of 30 cents per capita of school population. The per capita apportionment is the same this year as last, lloanoke county getB $1,512.00; ltoanoke city, $400.80; Craig county, $401.40; Botetourt county, $1,743.60; Montgomery county, $2,198.10. WiTjii Probably Purchase Lake Sprino HotkIj. ? Col. E. S. Flint, a Texas capitalist, who, with his family, has spent the summer In Salem, left for Galveston this (Thursday) morning. Refore leaving he entered Into negotiations with Col. F. J. Chapman for the purchase of La^e Spring. The price asked was furnished him, and he promised to decide whether or not he would take the prop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 September 1887

Fad* l"or Farmers. Fiuo, silky hair on an animal indicates that it will fatten readily, while coarse, Ktill' hair indicate* the reverse. I'"II tho collars away from tho shoulders while resting tho horses in the field, so that tho air ean pass fret?ly lietwoeu them. No two <?ws will need exactly the sauio proportion of rations, for they all have different tendencies and their natures must be studied. Early cut hay cured green gives both color and flavor to butter, while hay of ripened grass, while it makes harder butter, imparts less color ami flavor, or none at all. Before sotting posts, burn or char, the largest ends to a height of two feet. Small stakes may be sufficiently sharpened by frequently rolling them over during tho process of burning. Jtis chimed that four times as much nutrition can bo secured by! converting tho wasto products of the earth into milk as can be gained by putting them into beef, pork or mutton. Sorghum seed is excellent for poultry ? nud as it t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 September 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., ? DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1887. NO. 1. $nhm <j~imcs-i?egixter (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY M <> II N I N U , At (jl||,SO l'or Your, &TRICTL ifjCASJl IX ADVANCK. 1/ not paid in advance f2 will be charged. J. T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbllihwn Had Proprli>l?r?. ilM'KKl'ISINti ItATKM. rrnnilfut Adrertls?ra?Nt?-tliOM running th?n sixty days?will bo InserUtd at the rate of 7VMi p?r square tor tbc flnil InN?rttoi). a at! i?o c?ntM for e*cti addit ion v? to?9?tl '!? -Ve? *r>r prrrjo''. t>r,>rr?Hi tnAl or utber o?r<U, occupying u? square, or lo?a, ono year. II2.UU; ulx mouths, $7.o0; three months I5.UU. LonMr ?iv?rtl?emrnU subject to special contract. Obllnarlw nml Trlbalm of Respect, when they exceed ten lluea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 con ts per line for all such ?x?u&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 September 1887

gahnt gitties-gtip.'ifor. (OonsolUltitiul August 15,1803. ) Kill DAY, SEPTEMBER !>, I*K7. CHAS. D. DEN IT, Editor. FRANK O. WBBBBR, AwFocluto. Democratic Ticket. For the Semite?fourth District: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. 1-or the House of Delegates ? ICoanoke ami Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. The Democrats of Botetourt county liavo nominated Capt. J. H. H. Figgatt for the House of Delegate*, which id a good nomination. Tho Democrats of Roanoke City have all tho time claimed that the nomination of Col. Houstou by the Republicans would prove tho weakest they could make, and said the city would give a largo majority against him. They now havo a chance to prove it, and to snow him ! under good. In his speech before tho convention last Tuesday Col. (J. W, Hansbrough used aquotationsomething like this: i "The Democrats borrow their poll- j tics from the Republicans and their morals from the devil." Wo all know that tho first charge is not true, j but gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 September 1887

gxltm gimes-^egisUr, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1887. Kutared *t tho PostoH'iee, In Xalem, Va Mseoond-claas matter.] W J= THIS PAPER m?r hf> frmrvl on SI* nt 0?w LOCAL AFFAIBS Oecnrroaff* In MN4| Aro..?<l Kaie,,,. nn<t Matler* Hrlrlly Toltl. Ha i,km Graded School.?The next session ol the Graded public schools of Saleui (white) will begin on the 26th Instant, and will be under the management of the same able corps of instructors who had charge of them last year. The Virginia House has been rented by the School Board for the use of the schools, and under the circumstances it is the very beK selection of a building that could liave been made. It 1* amply large for the accommodation of all the departments, but is not so conveniently arranged, of course, as a school building should be. By (he next sew ion, however, we hope and expect to see Salem have such a school building as the necessity requires, and one that will be a credit to our town. We are Informed by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 September 1887

Dfhornlag. The /Sural jVetP Yorker hay a cor-1 respondent from Massachusetts who1 says: " 1 havo a small herd of ?!?.*-1 horned Jerseys; they arc all podi-! greed sto " not like the harmless' J< rseys ' re produced hy brcetl-! ing * 'Us to Jersey cows, j The 'moved from the calv? **e four to eight' yean; ? around them and t _*om the skull. | 1 (Jc ?. jv operation is as i painful as .stral'on. There is lit-1 tie bleeding, anu ill know how loose: the horns of a calf are. There have I been only good results from lhist practice. The cattle are far more j gentie. Only one horned animal can j drink al a tub at once. Without horns they will fill thotuh with their heads and drink without fear." lie says the dehorning pays well. There havo been a number of fearful accidents reported in the newspapers this summer of men, women aud children being gored to death by j bulls aud cows, aud wo take pleasure I in spreading the light through our | columns on the feasibility of tho dehornin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 September 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FBIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887. NO. 2. .^alem ?imes-Register (CONSOLIDATED.) II PUBLISHED EVERY P1UDAY MORNING, A.t ?l.SO Per Yeur, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance 92 will be charged. J. T. CIIABTDEE. CH AS. D. DEN IT K. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, PablUher* naif Proprlctort. m AUVEKTIMINV KATEM. H>r*hMloaal or other eards, occupying one square, or loaa, ouo year, $13.00; tlx inontha, 17.60; three moot ha t >.<50. Lonctr advertisements aubjeet to apeolal contract. Obituaries nn<? Trlbntm of Reaper!, when they exceed ten tinea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oenta per line for all aucb ?xoeaa. All rnu muHt be on metal foundation, when they will be inserted without extra jharge. Advertisements to Insuro Insertion In any given Issue, should reach thlsofflce ou or be* fore Tuesday of that week, O*?rre*|>on<lrnre, contalnlnt; Important new...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 September 1887

gintes-gtQishr. (Consolidated August 15,1003.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK a. WEBBER, A??oclato. ^ /i. 1U3 ??. tttxir - Democratic Ticket. /?br the Senate?Fourth District: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. qor the Home of Delegates?Jtoanoke and Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. THE OPENLNG AT ROANOKE COLLEGE. It givos us great pleasure to state that the thirty-fifth session of Roanoke College opened on the 14th instant, with a large attendance for the first day, and that the indications promise a very prosperous year. An unusually large proportion of the old studoots have returned, and the uew ones are nearly all young men of earnest, substantial character who have come to the Col lego to study. The number of States and Territories represented will bo larger than last session. The students who come the longest distanco, arc from Utah and Mexico. The Choctaw delegation will receivo several accessions this fall. The remarkable record of Roan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 September 1887

gulem jgimes-jgeaisler. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1887, Entered at the PostotUce, in Naleui, Va aa ??ecoud-cla*s matter.] mil la T) * VL'U w?' *>*fli???t o?y\ -iilia riiriiA >?. N.-??i-,i,r Ailwl IoIdk Hur??u (10 Him?< Bt. >. w iv I v .rt I ?1 i>u ouuuucu uugr Im uumIo lut 11 IN MkW VUUK? LOCAL AFFAIKS 'Orrnrrt'Mfr* In nnti Arwnnd Nnicm, nml County Mnttrr* ltrl<<tly Tulil. Foh Salr?Several head of grade* Jersey cattle. PkHhy NoQKNT, pp 10-2w Salem, Va. Educational.?The attention of parents i? directed to the advertisement in another column of Miss Lulah Jeter's private school, which will be opened next Monday. Miss Lotah's <|(inIiticHtions as a teacher are too well-known to the people of Salem to need any commcudatiou at our hands. Not Sold.?The property known as Hurt's tobacco warehouse, advertised In tho TlmKB-Kkxjistku, was offered for sale at auction last Saturday evening, and was bid in for Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 September 1887

Around tl?e World with #?0. Wn.MiNUTON, O., September !>.? A nine-year-old son of Hiram Taylor mysteriously disappeared about thirteen months ago. llo was an unusually bright child, not worse than the average l>oy. He hoarded up his money, read books of travel and was passionately fond of horses. Search was made, but all traces of the child appeared lout. One day last week a letter was received by Mr. Taylor from the lost boy. It bore the date of Capo Town, Africa, and recited that, having $30, the boy had resolved to "go around tho world." lie had loft Wllmlugton on a freight traiu, stolon hla way to Columbus, paid his fare to Philadelphia and beat his passage to New York,where ho found no difficulty in getting on board a ship. He said he was in fine health, had been well treated ana was about to sail for Hong Kong. Thence ho would go to San t raccisco, then como home. He neglected, purposely, perhaps, to give tho names of tho vessels on which he had sailed. M...

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