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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1888

FtftDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1888 NO. 25. ??nlem ([[imes-gegiiter (CONSOLIDATE!).) 18 PUBLX8HBD EVE&Y FRIDAY MOIININO. At 91.RO Per Yenr, STklCTLYCASH IN ADVANCK. ff not paid <n advance 92 will be charged. T.CRA.BTREB. OKAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEWiT & WEBBER, Pabllsbern nad proprietor*. AI)VKKTI?1NU KATKN. rr?a*l?Hl 4dTerllMni?iito-U>w? ran* ttlnrf loi?thau sixty daye?will be Inserted at the rale of 75cta per square for the first Insertion. and 60 oents for eaoh additional la* t?rtlon. Special rate* for a longer period. I?i tlwulessl or otber car u, o<.on|v'*?* ! one nmi?, or iwa, one mi, UKMhi' nwuth*. ITJik.. tbaeo vnouthfc f&,C9, 1*mw ' ^l'oi to <tpec:al contract. 1 HlkstM or KeqMwt. lines, will be charged it* per line for all sMb ? soese. a J ? 2XV' All t'nU must oe on metal foundation, when they will be inaerted without extra barge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any given Issu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1888

?aleitf giities-^egistft. (Consolidated Aujjust 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1888. OHA8. P. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. THE SALEM SCHOOL BILL. We are glad to be able to announce that the Salem school bill has passed both houses of the General Assembly. We now expect to 'see at an early day, what we have long wanted to see, a respectable building for our white public school. Of course we do not forget that it is with the Town Council to decide whether or not Salem will avail itself of the provisions of the bill which has just passed the Legislature. If the council decline to accept the privileges offered, then of course the bill will not profit us any. But we feel confident that the council will not foil t make ur. of tae opportunity offered to do go* >4 things for the town and vicinity. In this connection we wish to say a word in regard to our Delegate. Mrl' Huffman, for some time did not manifest as much interest in reference to the bill as we thought he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1888

jjalem Haunts-% twister. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24,1888. Enteral at the Postoffloe, Id Salem, V? aa eeoond-okMN matter.] THIS papmjtl^^g^SS owJuSff iSajr U* kW*lfWiMjSH LOOwAJL, J?FJE*J?IJFL& A man's character Is like a fence? It cannot be strengthened by whitewash ?but he can strengthen his voice by utiing Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Postpone d.?The oiot,<ng exeroiaes of the Salem. Graded school (white) which were to have been held this (Thursday) evening, have bfen postponed until Friday night, Msroh Id, In order to allow the boys to prepare themselves (or a conteat In doclamatlou (or a prize badge, of* fit red by Major R. W. Page. With his characteristic liberality, MaJ. Page made this handsome badge himself, and in order to encourage the boys in declamation, offered It as a price to the one who makes the best speech on that occasion. | Hardware. ? Everybody has to buy more or less hardware, and the popular Salem dealers, W. S. Oakey & Son, In a new adver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 February 1888

No Time to IU>hJ. Wo dislike wry much to hear ? : laboring man say ho doesn't have time to read, because niue times out ot ton we know ho utters h falsehood ' when he says it, end olnoout of too of tho men who have no time to read ' Spen? I tln>ir evenings loafing on tht ! street or art hi ml tho beer counter and! bllHttpt tahlo. Tho cases are very] ran, indeed, where a man doesn't | have time to read one or oven three or Ioni ? eekly papers each week ill he wanu, to. It is because ho ha? not interest enough in his own welfare to read and post himself on the events that ire transpiring for or agaiust him. Lie is content to let othersdo his reading and thinking for him. The class of men that claim they do not have time to read are tho curse of tho community in which thoy live. They havo 110 minds of their own, and, being as ignorant as a Hottentot, they are used by the sharpers of their town and neighborhoed to help them carry out schemes to thwart tho will of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1888. NO. 26. ?nhm <?imts-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVE*T FRIDAY MOHN1NU, At Kl.no l??r Year, STRICTL Y CASJr IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CHABTREB. CHAS. L>. UENIT F. O. VVBUBIR. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbllahcrn Md Proprlflau. AOVKRTIKINti KATEN. Adf?rll*emeBt?-thoM runBtDi l?wtb?n ilitjr d?]r?-wlll be Inserted ki the rate of 73ou per equare for the flmt lnitrUon.kodl'i ceut-a for o?ob tddltlonft* lui.sMlou r?t?*f'ir ? lougei period. ^ *.?>??Uki>j or oiuov . irdt, -n? ?|iu" , or le??, one y**r, tl2iC; h1* month., 97.M; three month* 45.00. Longer alvertlaementa subject to apeclal contract. Obitnarle* Trlbatee of Bwpect, when they exoeod ten ltu?n, will be charged lor at the rate of 6 oeuta per line for all such ?xoean. ,. All OoU mailt be on metal foundation, when they will bo lnaertod without extra barge. Advertisement* t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1888

delated August 16,1883.) -1DAY, MARCH 2, 1888. IAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. KRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. THE ELS18-H01TST0N CONTEST. A special dispatch from Richmond to the Ijynchburg News on Wednesday, alluding to this contest, says: Tho committee appointed in the Houston-Ellis contested election case expected to be able to report tomorrow and had about made up their minds to-night to report in favor of Houston, but upon examining the ballots 0led at Christiansburg, they made discoveries which are considered favorable to Ellis. Tonight the cemmittee are looking up the law bearing upon this particular point. These ballots were admitted in| the record as exhibits and were taken up by the committee after they bad reviewed the evidence. It is expected that the committee will tfe prepared to report in the next day or two, and settle this much-contested contest. When W. W. Corcoran breathed I his last at his residence ir. Washington last Friday, the life passed .'out of the greatest public bene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1888

?alem f?imes-$egisUr. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1888. Catered at the PostoOloe, In 8*1 em, Va as aeoond-class matter.] THIS PAPER K.WJ 8S&2S ti1HMlhrttMrnnrr?unitffrTT"TrB1 l.-rrhrrr iiSvoftlJnj owatxaetftiuay ?"**?" <wr U AN MiW VOUK. LOCAL AFFAIRS .. # Loot.?On Wednesday night, between the LJethodlst church ami Bui well street, a ladles' tan-colored scarf, embroidered with silk. The tinder Is requested to leave it at tliU office. He said he bad beard that there wu an end to all things?but there seemed to be none t'y his cough. He ehanged his mind two days later, after using only one bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. The Camden Iron Works Changes Hands.?Mr. Clarence B. Stroune has leased the Camden Iron Works In this place, and with a force of experienced workmen will conduct It hereafter on a large scale. Mr. Strouse Is quite a young man, but is backed by ample capital and experience to make the busluees a auocesa, which we hope it will prove. ' ""WRArwBw**., tb? Roa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 March 1888

This Ntove !Smt be Crm;. Pocomoke City, February 21.? There is great excitement in this? section over the strange action* of a stove owned by Mr. Johu Jones, a farmer residing about eight milr* from this place. It I* said, and this statement is vouched for by over one hunured persons who were present and examiued t^te stovo, that it walks without assistance all over the room, occasionally turning upside down, burning tho beds, carpets and furniture. It is said to have been severs! times socurely tied with ropes and1 wire, but notwithstanding all this, still continues to prance over the floor like a thing of life. Pereobs from this place and ail the surrounding country are dally going in crowds to witness the movements of this womlerfal stove. A great many attribute It to either (bests or witchcraft. Others think that the wood has been loaded with some kind of an explosive substance. Hew Hen Die. If we know all the methods of approach adopted by an enemy we are the better enabled to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 March 1888

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, Y RID AY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1888 fulfill ?fiines-j?tgis(er. (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOWN I NO. At' Sl.BO Per Yeor, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Jf notfxxul in advance 92 will be chargc<L ?T.CRA8THEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pnkll*hm Mad Proprietor*. ? . 1 w m - AUVBBTIM1KU KATKM. rr?Mlral A4v*r(lMm??U?tboM runling l?<Mth?n sixty day*?will be Inserted >t the rat* of7SoU per square for the flrst Insartton, and SO oenta for eaeb additional lngtrtlon. Hpeolal rates for a longer period. PrsfMSlMSl or other oar da, oeeupylna ?a* square, or less, on* year, tll/W; all mouths, |7.60; three months f.s.oo. Lonaat a I vertlsements subject to special oontraet. OkllssrlM sb< TrlksKm of Rsapeot. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oenta per line for all snob excess. All Cuts inn at be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without oxtra c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 March 1888

fulfill giines-^tgister. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) K 111 DAY, MARCH 1?. 1888. CHA3. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ?p.'VvijiMwfe for; -Sk W$B HOUSTON WIKS. Id iU closing houra the Htato Seuate rendered a decision in the El I idHouston contested electir.^ case, from this district, by declaring Col. Houston entitled to the scat. The vote stood?ayes, 27 ; noes, 7. The investigation of this cage has been a very thorough one, and the result hardly carries with it any surprise. Of course there was, as is usually the case, more or less technical illegality in this election, but it seems to have been fairly divided between the parties, leaving Mr. Houston the mrcigre majority of seven la thp d?s trie' ho committee doui^od, an/4 wufc. susltfl :?ci in it by l??? tb , tbe "slicker baMots*' woie legal. However much we may have hoped for a different result the fact is clear that in this investigation tbe Senate divested lUelfof all partisary, which is a matter for congratulat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 March 1888

^ I tin ^inteS'^tifislcr. FKIDAY, MAHOll !>. IWWK.it?ro-? at tb.? PoatotUoe, *?? Maleiu, Va an HwonJ-clavei matter.) this p apeii LOCAL -AJET-A^IIF*? AHNOUHCKMKHT. At the request of a large number ?.f the cltlx?*i.sof Salem. I announce ? candidate for tho position of IOW N SERGEANT. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Respectfully, Fkakr G. Webhkh. 41 Let uh then, be uj> and ? with a lieart for every fate"?for we well know that all the w>W? we take in the prooess?<*ao Ik; cured by the timely use of Dr. Hull s Cough nip. Tho entertainment to be given in the Town Hall, on the 17tl? instant, by Nellie A. Brown, the Mimic, of New York, for the benefit of our Salem band, promises to be a rare treat, and an entertainment we M*ldoni have the pleasure of seeing. Miss Bro? n gives her entertainment In three dialect#, towlt: English, Irish, and Dutch, and her Impersonations and recitals (en coslunu) aro of her own creation. She is the onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 March 1888

N?\fd by Body>Xn?lrhfn. Toleih), Ohio, February 23.? Chas. Martindale, a young man. was stricken with apoplexy ilve yearn ago and to all appe>tran<*es died. He was buried, according to the statement of his family and neighbor*, but yesterday surprised his father and mother by walking into the house. The young man s*ys that he was not dead, but knew when he was being laid out and wheu he was buried. He could not, however, let those about him know that he was! alive. On the night following the burial his grave was opened by medical students, who took him out, dressed him up in a suit of black, took him to the office of a college professor and bolstered him up, Intending to frighten the doctor and then dissect the body. The horrible situation had the effect to bring young Martindale out of his trance, as be calls It. As he was deeply In debt and hla father had refused to help him he left the town and went West, leaving his parents to suppose him still i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1888. NO. 28. galein gimts-^tffishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) IB PUBLISHED SYE&T F 11 I D A Y MO It NINO. A,t tl.OO Pop YoftP. stmicTLY cAfiir ix ad vasck. ff not paid #1* advance 92 will be tharycd. T. CRABTRBK. CH AS. O. DENIT F. O. WBDBSR. CBiBtttB, D8?Iti?EBBB8, raklUkrn ?M rwrUttrt. i?oi Miirttnm?otttotnnrc tomrMoo l* m* ?tven 'ihu?, ihoaM reeeh ihltofflo* on or be? Tor* Tu**d*y of ttotwwk. OnvmbmImm. containing important ??wi,ioUetUd from nil portion of tb* Htate, JOB WORK. All kinds ?f Job Work executed with aektueu and dispatch Havln* fa*t power w# onn mrurt* prompt d*llvery of -ui work eutrusted to u?. Order* by mall p.-omptiy attended to, and aallafactlon guaraiiteed. ________ A 1 PtorMMHAL CARM. ?JR. OSCAR WILEY, BALR^J, VIBOINIA, Offbr* hla prefeealonaJ -?ervloee to the publle. Offlo? oppoeite oourt-hou*e abovo Mr. Bening'a Jewelry Store; Reeid??oe, fifr. Joaieh Simmon*'. augS-tf uwTkbw. J P. HOUTZ, Attorn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1888

(Consolidated August 15,1883.) K1U DAY, MARCH 10, 1888. CHAB. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. The atom of Ssrrfny rn? ?.*onday which was continued yesterday Is the worst in New York and other places Noith and West of us that hap l>een experienced for yean*. It was a combination of enow and violent winds accompanied by intensely cold weather. The roads are blockaded with anow and blown down telegraph poles. Major Robert E. Blankenship, general manager of the Old Dominion Nail and Iron~\Vorks, and one of the best known business men of Richmond, fell under a moving train Tuesday morning and was killed. The 4ccUe? ""xut.mJ at the Danvlllo depot, not An. iivjo the office of the deceased. Major Blankenship was walking by the side of a train of ten cars that was being shifted in the aiding*, and some how fell under tho last car, which passed over him and Plotted him. A terrible accident occurred near Bell Spring, Pulaski county, on Saturday morning. A young man cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1888

?aUm Sfimn-jStgisttr. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. 1888. Entered at the Pmtoffloe, In Salem, Va ?a aeoond-olaBS matter.] (?IJ 111 PIPVtt mnrb*>fo?ni1 nnf!U*t Owk XHJLO rJLTAa FTRowwII * U?? Mmuwr HwrtWM Pi MMI (10 Bpmc*? BC\wh*r? tdwriWmi uuamcSn; Ut mmd* lot It IN ?KW YORK.. LOCAL AFFAIPS ANNOUNCEMENT. At the request of a large number of the dtisena of Salem, I announce myself a candidate for the position of TOWN SEROEANT, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Respectfully, Frank O. Wkbbkk. This Is to express my sincere thanks for the benefit 1 have experienced from the use of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. I had s severe and aggravating cough so that I oould scarcely talk?after using one small bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, It not only cured my cough but strengthened my sore chest. I take great pleasure In testifying to the efficacy of the Syrwp and heartily recommcnd it. W. J. Williams, Jr., 71 Anaor St., Charleston, S. C. HA&BiG?.-rOn the the 8th instant, Mr. -T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 March 1888

Uncolii*N I'NMt liHUKh. Til F. COM. A K WO UN BY HIM ON TBI N 1(511T t)K ItIH ASSASSINATION. Mr. tleorgo Van Dubit, of New York, has prweoted to the Grand Lodge Library a i>ortion of the collar worn by Abraham Liucoln at the time of hid assassi nation. Mr. Van Duzt-r was present at Ford's Theatre on that fatal night, and relates the following incident: Tho army under (Jon. ljee having surrendered to Uen. (Jrant a few days previously, Secretary Stanton, on the Ittth of April, 18Go, telegraphed to Uov. John A. Dix to stop the draft, as it was considered that tho war wa^ virtually over. At Ferd's Theatre, WuMngton, D. C., on the evening of April 14, 18G5, the play of "Our American Cousin " was being enacted. In the scene, just before tho fatal Bhot of the assassin, a garden settee was standing on the stage, opposite the President's box. Mary Meridith, one of the characters of the play, followed by Lord Dundreary, with her shawl thrown over his arm, camo upon the stage, and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1888. NO. 29. ,?alem gimts-^tqishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PDBLI8HED EVERY FBIDA Y MOM NINO. At 01.SO I*?r Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCR. jy not paid i? advance |2 will be charged. T. CRABTREE. CH A.S. D. DEN IT F. a. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pakliahen ud Proprietors. m .ji , n aegww? AUVKBTI?1N? BATES. rnwMoat 4<lv?rtlMa?>Bl?-tboM ranBlag iMilbM sixty d?r??v. .Ik bo tOMortod tt. the rat? of Ttati per square for the Bret Insertion, and 60 oonts for oach additional Insertion. Hpoclal rates for a longer period. Professional or other carda, occupying one wqnure, or less, one rear, *12.00; alx montha, 17.60; three months 16.00. Linger advertlaements subject to aneclal contract. Obituaries as4 Trlbntwi of Respect, wheu they exceed ten llnea. will be chargod lor at the rata of ft oents per line for all anch ?xoess. All Cats muat be on metal foundation, when they will be luaerted withou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1888

?ahn( jfi (Consolidated August IB, 1883.) PIUDAY, MARCH 28, 1KKK. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC MASS-MEETING. The Democrats of Roanoke county are requested to meet In mass-conven-ti'?n in Salem, o.i Monday, April 16th, 1888 (court day) to appoint five delegates and five alternates to represent the party in this county in the Stato Convention, called to assemble in Norfolk city, May 10th, 1888, and for other purposes. The object of the State Convention is the appointment of delegates to the Democratic National Convention, which assembles ir St. Louis, Mo., June 5th, 1888, to nominate candidates for President a'.d Vico-President. In this connection the County Executive Committee begs leave to congratulate the party at the flattering prospects of another victory lo the coming national contest. The Democracy of the country is on the flood tide of success. The administration of President Cleveland, the tirst since tho war to recoguize all sections of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1888

?alem j&imes-Register FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888. Kntered at the Pontolllce, in Salem, Vi ?a N?oond-ola?H matter.] ?nil Ifl V1 Pl'U m?r t*fnmvl on IU?M rv?* A HID r ATIUV KHowvll a Un a Nminun Ailri-rtlitaw RuxftudORunic* St.lwSrrr iilvH'nlnj vuuirawt* utmj Uj mundo I or it IN MiVV YOKH.. LOCAL IFJ.S ASNOrSCEMENT. At the request of a large number of th( citizens of Salem, 1 announce myself ? candidate for the position of TOWN SERGEANT, subject to the action ol the I>einocratl<. ,>artv. Respectfully, Frank 0. Wkbbkr. ?'Of making tn?ny books there if no end, and much utmly l? a weariness tc the flesh," but the best and only cure foi a cold Is a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cougli Syrup. Horse Wanted.?1 wish to pur chaae a geod young work horse. Prlc? must not be too high. J AH. 0. DKNT, Salem, Va. Moving.?Mr. L. M. I?ee, the shoe dealer fid gout's furnisher, Rites notice that he is moving to-day into the Evami building, and will have something of inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 March 1888

lie 1>I?I n*l W|?erif>. Peoplo 41 live in glass houses" who | add Insult to Injury by naucy a|?ologies. They forget that they may very m>oh " know bow it 1* them?elvra." " Look out," exclaimed a man over a hose face a barber was moving a razor, " You are cutting off my mustache." ?' You didn't tell me not to cut it," the barber replied. " With me a man must always specify." " All right," said the customer. When the barber had finished the man arose from the chair, approached the artist and gave him a violent kick. " Look out, you are kicking me," howled the barber. ?? You did not tell me not to kick you. With me a man must always specify." Thk Close of Lifk.?It is a great mistake to suppose that the usefulness of life ceases with the power of active service. When the tired hands aro folded In repose which their toll has rightly earned for them, when the weary brain is relieved from the burden of cares and perplexities which It has nobly borne, there ...

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