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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 October 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1887. NO. 8. ?uh:n %imes- fjfeijist cr (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLI8HED EVERY P 11 I ? A Y M <? It N I N O , A.t 91.no l?or "Vear, STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCK. . If not paid in advance ?- will be charycd. J. T.CIUBTHEE. CHAS.U. DENtT F. G. WEBBER, CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publisher** nad Proprietor*. ? - 1 y>VmflMI? ic \ ri.s. rrniKlrul \?l vertiNMiiritt*--thoae runMliirf le*a than sixty daya?will bo Insorted at the rate of7Scts per square for the Hraiiui^rtloo, and 60 cents for *aeb additional Insertion. MpwUI rates for a longer period. ProrMtlunnl or other cards, occupying one square, o- teas, one year, I12.UI); alx months, I7.5U; three months $5.0U. bongar al vertiaeinenta subject to apeelal contract. Obituaries an<t Tribute* of Respect. *rhen they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All tints moat be on metal foundation, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 October 1887

Ja/w/f ginits-geQistifi. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. /or //?? MauUe?J'burf/i District : WILLIAM JM. ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. for the House of Delegate*?Roanoke and Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. THE HOUR AND !TS DUTY. The election that will occur in loss than two weeks presents many points deserving most careful and serious consideration. For, much is at stako in which the welfare of the Stato is concerned. This is claimed in every such election, and iu a certain sense it is true. But our surroundings and the issues involved, make the coming contest one of high and gravo concern. It is not only that we are called on to elect by good round majorities the standard-hearers we have nominated, good men and true, men iu thorough sympathy with our wants and in whoso hands we can safely placo the responsible trust of representation for us in the State Legislature, though this s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 October 1887

aZnltm &imes~$eQisler, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. Entered at the Postotttee, In Salem, Va as second-claws matter.] imrra T* A Pl'U mur h?? fnmvt on IU?? ?t o?n. IHIO i Jlf JjHp I'. liowoll H. 0>*? Nc?m?i|? r / IwrtUlax Ihifonu(10Bpniiv Bt.V. wtwro ?<|vi-rlwin oiMiuavta tiukjr be iiuulo Iwr H IN M?\V VUUK< local affaips Urrnrrrnm In nn?l Arvnnil Snirui, mill <'o nnly Mntlrrn Nrirlljr Told. Notice.?Obituariws exceeding ten lines will in hII rases he charged for at the usual advertising rates. Fun To n ig ht.?Tho Arthur Love Comedy Company, always popular in Salrm, will appear at the Town Hall to-night (Thursday) in the humorous and mirth-producing play," lloosfer Doctor." Picpare yourself for a laugh, and go and enjoy It. Popular prices. Reserved scats at Younger's drug store. Not Sold.?Tho Halo of real estate 1 and personal property advertised hy tho MoConkey Bros, to take place at their { fann on Catawba last Friday was largely ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 October 1887

THE MEItllY CORPSl? What a jolly life the corpse must load In tho grave so calm ami cool. Scorning tlio tritles |n?or mortal* need, Antl pitying the sage and fool ! Lying at rent on earth's fair l?n?ast No battle of life t<> win : Fate's nt*?rn behest is a merry jost Ami time only inakon him grin. What joy helinds when the rushing winds Sing gleefully o'er his head ! Hut tho damp, cokl raiu ho novor m'nds ? What a rare life lead the dead ! Ills wants, though simple, he hat at hand, And all on tho best of terms. While llie finest fare at his command He serves to his guests, the worms. Careless of heart, and fancy free, I'd givo all 1 have juat h corpse to bo. Retl Headed Women. J. Soulo Smith, tho "Falcon "of i tho Louisvillo 7Y???r, in comparing the red-hea<io<l girls of Kaunas City to thoso of Kentucky, has the following to say about the Keutucky product : " But not even a red-headed woman in Kansas City ever made me feel the least bit ba...

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

VOL. 22. ga/m gimes-gegisftr (CONSOLIDATED.) Id PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAY MOllNINO, At I*?r Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. IJ not paid ?'? advancc |2 will be charged. . T.CHABTREE. chas. D. DKNIT F. O. webber. CR&BTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?*nbll?ber* nn?l Proprietor*. ? _ _ 't- . AOVEKTlHINtt ICATKS. rr?n?l?al ,t(lT?tr(l?rmpBt??those run- ? lug less than sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of75ota per square for the first Inaertlon, aad 50 cents for each additional luaertlon. Special rates for a longer period. Profeasloiml or other cards, occupying one square, or loss, one year, 112.00; six months, 17.50; throe months 95.U0. Longrt advertisements subject to special contract. ObltnsrlM nnil Tribute* of Respect, when they exceed leu llues, will be charged (or at the rate of 6 centa per line for all such excess. Alt Cut* must he on metal foundation, when they will bo Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any given Issue, should reac...

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

?alf?t gwies-igegistifi. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. ] CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. For the /Senate?JFburth District: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. for the House of Delegates?Roanoke and Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. A FINAL WORD. Before another issuo of the TimesRkgister makes Its appearance the people of Virginia will have decided whether they will have that good government which Democratic success will insure, or another relgu of Maboneism. We, therefore, want a parting word with the people of Roanoke county before they cast their votes next Tuesday. The Democratic party has laid down its principles in the platform adopted by the Roanoke convention. What have the Republicans promised? Nothing, absolutely nothing! They have held no convention aud have no platform. Tho candidates of the Democratic party in this district, Ellis and Huffman, are men honored and estoemed whero they aro beat kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 November 1887

fflimes-gjegisftr. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1887. Knterod at tho I'ostoOico, in Snlem, Va hm second-clays matter.] TUTS PAPER r?\T on fllo nt n?v ? ? . . ?Tr"^ "j i nfeuwoll & U>'? Nl'WM|<MI? r A'l vert tRliuc Itun<?u < 10 Rpnn* St.), w li.-r.- Ml vert i?1t,k cvuuttcu luat/ Ui UKMlu lur 11 IN MbW V OUK. LOOAX- AFFAIRS OffiirrfiifM In ?*ml Arunuil Nnirni, nnU Cnnuty lullfru Hrtpfly Told. Notice.?Obltuariwn exceeding ten lines will in hI 1 cases be charged for at the usual advertising rates. Wanted.?To buy a good, fresh milch cow. Apply at this office. The latest style of Dude in wildly, devotedly, and Intensely English In every particular cxcept one. Having still f faint glimmering of bruin* left, he still cures his colds with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Registration.?The registration books closed la*t Saturday, up to which time then* had been registered in Salem district twenty-four new voters?seventeen whites against seven colored, and...

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

A Mtrauice Fate. A MYSTERY OK THK 8EA KEVEALED IIY THE FINDING OF AN ABKI.ONE SHELL.. A special from San Fraucisco to tho Globe-Dnnocrut tolls the following strangestory: A mystery of tho sea has been revealed by the finding on the beach at llalf-Moon Hay, a few miles south of Goldcu CI ate, a large abeloncshell bearing in mother of pearl a perfect imprcse'^n of a baby shoe. TheJ story, though stranger than llction, is verified by such a mass of evidence that its truth cannot l>e doubted. Twenty six years ago a little girl wandered from her home on the shore of Half-Moon Bay and was not seen again until four days afterward, when hor dead body was cast up by the waves which break over tho adjacent reef. The child was supposed to havo fallen from a rock. One of its foot wan gone, but this was ascribed to the voracity of a shark, or other tleshcatiug sea-monstesr. Years passed by and the event was almost forgotten. It3cently ono of tho sons of tho old lady, and brother of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 November 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., NO. 10. (gitnes- |jf eg inter (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY M O 11 N I N O , At $1.00 Per l'our, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advancc will lie charged. . T. CHABTREE. CH A.S. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEN IT & WEBBER I I Proprietor*. AUVKKT1NINU UATKK. rritnHirnl itlverlU*inruli-tboii? ruuuliu lesa tliaii nlxly days?will b# Inserted at the rate of 7Vsta per nqnure for t'u* tlrst luh >rt Ion. uutl jo cvnu for ouch additional In,?rtlou. Hpeclal rules for a longer period. Professional or other carda, occupying one square, or l?*s, one year, $1*2.00; six months, #7.60; three nuvnlra #.5.00. I;ong?r advertisement* subject to npeclal contract. Obituaries and Trlbnir* of Kowpect. tvlien they exceed ton lines, will be Charged lor at the rate of 5 centa per line for all itucb excess. All t'nti must be on metal foumlatlon, when thoy will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 November 1887

(Consolidated August 10,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1887. j CHA8. P. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Tbo battle's fought, the victory'* won. Democrats are proud and happy. We have had enough politics for awhile. Now, then, let's all gut down to business. When you get tho Democrats stirred up you can safely count upon a genteel whipping for tho Republi* can party. In Binghampton, N. Y., last Tuesday, eleven women offered their votes, which were accepted and deposited in tho boxes. They votod the straight prohibition ticket. ijynchburg is soon to have a pork packing establishment, and no doubt it will prove a profitable enterprise. Certainly one of groat benefit to the section adjacont to that city. Col. Fred D. Grant, tho " son of the old gentleman," was snowed under in New York by a straight Democrat for Secretary of State.? There didn't seem to bo much in a name in that case, at least for Col. Fred. THE ELECTION AND ITS RESULT. A great battle has been fought, bloodless, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 November 1887

??/*>? gillies-Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1887. Entered at th Postoflice, In Salem, Va asaecond-elasH matter.] THIS PAPER A<ln<rtutntlItaiwiu(l?Hpnuv st.t. wtwrr. ?ul* .?rtulnn cuubwu uuijr Lw uumIu lor It IN JN JL W VOUK. LOCAL AFFAIRS Offnrrfiiff" In nn?l Around Nnirm, ?tnd County NMIrni Briefly Told. Notice.?Obituaries exceeding ten lines will In nil caseii Ik? charged for at the usual advertising rates. Wahted.-To buy a good, fresh inHch cow. Apply at this office. I bad suffered for many days with a severe cold which settled on my lung*. One bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup oost me 25 cents, completely cured me. My cold was so badly seated, that I almost lost my speech, and the continued hacking and coughing caused repeated vomiting. 1 write you this tor the benefit of others who may suffer, because I believe it to be my duty. Thos. E. 1>owlino, Agent Dayton Hedge Co. of Dayton, O. Dropped Dead.?Capt. Jerry C. Jones, for a long tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 November 1887

Young HouNPkroprrN Should Kuow That buttermilk will takeout milldow stains. That bottles aro easily cleaned with hot water ami flne coals. That old napkins ami old tabiocioths muko the very best of <?lass cloths. That it is well to keep largo pieces of charcoal in dark corners and in damp places. That three tablespoonfuls of kerosene put in the wash boiler will greatly assist in the last rubbing. That if the hands aro rubbed on a slick of celory after peeling onions, the smell will bo entiroly removed. That tubs will not warp or crack open If tho precaution is taken to put a pail of water into each, directly after use. That chlorido of limo should be scattered, at least once a week, under sinks and in all places whore sower gas is liable to lurk. That it is an excellent plan to have a penny bank, to be opened once a yoar, when a book may be purchased or the contents may be used in any way desired. That one pound of lino tobacco put into a pall of boiling water and allow* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 November 1887

NO. 11. ?a!em giines-gegisltr (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLI8KED EVERY FllIDAY MO It NINO, A.t ?1.S(> Per Your, STRICTL Y CASH IN A1) VA NCK. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. . t.crabtrek. chas. d. dknit F. a. webber. CRABTREE, DF,HIT & WEBBER, I'abllnhrr* nnd Propr'*toM. AUVURTININti HATES. rrMilMt A<??rllMinf??U-thoiie runalng less than nlxty da.v??will be inserted at the rat* of 75oU per nquare for the flrst In?nrtlou.and 50 oents for eaoh additional Inaurtlon. Hpcclal rate# for a longer period. PrefMalMiBl or other carda, occupy lug ono square, or lean, one year, tiS.OO; *11 months, 67.60; three months $5.00. Ix>ng?r advertisement* subject to special contract. ObltasrlM and Tribute* of Reaped, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 oeut* per lino for all sucb excess. . .. All Cuts must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In sny ?lven I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 November 1887

galttn gitties-geQistift. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1887. CHAS. D. DKNIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. Last week witnessed the death of two isms?Anarchism in Chicago and Mahoneism in Virginia. A good week's work. The argument in the Virginia coupon cases before the United States Supreme Court has been concluded, but the decision ha? not, as yet, been rendered. Miss Ida L. Griffin, Democratic candidate for School Commissioner in the Third District of Oswego county, N. Y., was elected by nearly 400 majority, running GOO ahead of her ticket. The speech made by Mr. Jackson at Macon, Georgia, has been the occasion for the bloody-sbirters to shriek loud and long. The south is not to be held responsible for every crank that gets an opportunity to speak and makes a fool ol himself. On our first page to-day will be found a full account of the execution of the Chicago Auarchists, together with a history of their revolting crime. The war cloud sccm9 again to ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 November 1887

?$aUm gitnes-Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1887. Entered at the PostotUoe, In Halera, Va aaseooud-elaa* matter,] THIS PAPER riLXKr&T AdwtlvSniinUTfMwKIOHprucM* 8?.), wh?-r?> ?JirprtUln? OuatnuM urnor U> mmUt It,* It in nkw V UUU.< LOCAL AFPAIBS OecarrvafN la nnd Aronad Nairm, nud County Matlorn Briefly Told. Notice.?Obituaries exceeding ten lines will In all casca be charged (or at the usual advertising rates. Wanted ?To buy a good, fresh milch cow. Apply at tlds office. A Very Sad Accident. ?A gentleman on the 1'2:2G train to-il.-iy from the West reported at Sal'.mi depot that Mr. D. C. Stover, one of our most prominent business men and respected citizens, fell from a building at Alleghany Springs this morning, while engaged in putting a tin roof on it, and broke his back. We trust there Is some mistake ih this, but as there Is no telegraphic communication with that place we can only give the report as we heard it. Havo your eyes examin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 November 1887

Wild KrMtN I.??t I.ooho. AN EXCITING SCENE IN ST. LOU IS? A LEOPARD 1UTES A MAN. St. Louis, November 3.?Ono of tho most exciting scenes that over occutred in this, or, perhaps, any other city, took place at the Union depot, between three ami four o'clock this afternoon, and for a time created not only a tremendous excitement, but great consternation among the people present. During the day a special train of passenger and flat ears bearing Johu Robineou's menagerie and circus people and their animals from Fort Scott, Kansas, eauio into tho Union depot en *oute to Cincinnati, where they are to winter. About half-past three the train pulled out to cross the bridge, and while passing over the "puzzle switch" in the depot yards, a flat car flow the track followed by others and ran into a freight train on aside track, demolishing two or three care and killing George Squires, a canvasman, and badly injuring two other circus men named Fuller and Isle. In the Hmauh-up some of tho animal cag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 November 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. 8Hltn (?imef>r Register* (CONSOLIDATED.) lis PUBLISHED EVEKT FRIDAY MORNIP'T, At 91.50 Per Year, STR1CTL Y CASH IS AD VANCK. 1/ not paid t? advance |2 will 6? charged. . T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PaklMcn nnd Pr?prle(?n. AUVKKflMlNCi KATEM. A4*orllMmeaU-tboH runiliu l*Ma then ilxtj day*?trill be to?ci trd k( the rate of 75oU per square for the flm Inaction. Mid SO omu for ?Mb ?atUlionM lasertlon. Hpeelal uim for a longer period. or other card*, occupylni one square, or lea*, om year, ? 12.00; six months, 17.60; three month* 15.00. Longer advertleeraent* aubjeet to upeoial contract. ObltaarlM m4 Trlbate* of Rmp?fl. when they exceed ten tinea, will be charge! for at the rate of 5 sent* per tine for all such exceaa. All Cnl* must be on metal foundation, when ttiey will be Inserted without extra barge. Advertisement* to inaur* Insertion In any ?tven laa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 November 1887

?faes-?tgisttf. (Consolidated August 16.18B3.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1S87. CHAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. "ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL." The smoke from the late battlefield which for a few days obscured the (political) horizon, no longer dims our eyes. It has passed away, and we can now look over the field of the , contest, and view clearly the results. Over the wholo land conservatism has gainod increased power, and the bloody shirt was trampled iu the dust. Virginia remains couserva- j tive, and the interests of her citizens have been entrusted to representative men. Proper representation in the United States Senate, after this winter, is assured, and the Mahone influence can never again be a controlling power throughout the State. These were paranfount interests in the late uauvaas, and In most sections wielded a controlling inSuenco. Iu ourbwn Senatorial district local influences were operative controlling. Those who read tho scathing criticism in the Iloanoko ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 November 1887

galem jgimes-Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. Entered at the Postotttoe, in 8alem, Va aa swoond-claa* matter.] THIS PAPER S5?g5 LOCAL AFPAIBS Ocforr?-Bff? la ??nd Amnnd Nnirm, ?nil Ocauty ??tier* Briefly Told. Notice.?Obituaries exceeding ten lines will in ail caaea be charged for at the usual advertising rates. "The world was all before them where to choose," and as they were a sensible young couple they took a house near the corner, where tliey could get always, on short noticc, a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup?at 25 cents, to cure their colds. Set for To-Day. -The case of the Common wealth against Capt. Frank Board, charged with seductlou, Is set for to-day, (Friday) when it will probably be heard and a conclusion reached. The former trial resulted In a hung jury. I, If yoo have a bad ?old go to W. H. Sbuff A Co'*. and get Dr. R. 8. Tyler'* German Cough Dtopa. The best In town. Valuable Farm to be Sold.? Attention is directed to the advertisement In another column of Mr. Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 November 1887

Hi^li litrill* lor l urinn's. It seems that the Impression had been made that the Farmers* Congress has expressed its approval of a high protective tariff. This is an error. The vote taken was simply on th<? question whether the tariff on j wool should Ih> restored. The prin- , ciplo on which those who voted for the resolution?one hundred and eighty of the members? rested their votes was that so long as manufacturers are protected, the farms* products shall Ihj protected also. The principle is wrong, of coarse, for protection is not a benefit, but an evil, to be respected in the breach rather than in the observance. The less, therefore, wo have of it on any article the better. Yet there are many people who are willing that the whole tariff shall be lowered, bui who are opposed to lowerirg the duty or abolishing it altogether on one article and leaving high duties on other articles. It is gratifying to know, however, that.tb??re were 'one hundred and fifty membe...

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