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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 May 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., F MORNING, MAY 4. 1888. NO. 35. &nltm ^imes-j^ttfisltr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLI8HED EVE&Y FRIDAY MORNING, At 81.00 Pop Year, BTRICTL Y CASH JN ADVA NCE. Jf not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T. CRABTREES. CH AS. L>. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pikllnbtr* ?nd Pr*trl?(ttin. AttVKKflNiNti KATKM. ?Ins Imh whan ?i*ly day*~ #111 be IbhtU-i kt the mW of 75ou pei nquitr* tor the first Ins*rtlon, and SO ??nu for each additional Insertion . Special rat** for a longer period. ProfeMlraiil or other cards, oecugylng one square, or less, one year, S12.00; six months, t7.00; three months 16.00. I^onver advertisements subject to special oon tract. OkltssriM ?*???! T<lbslM ?*f k<<hix<<<i. when they ezoeed ten lines, will l>? charged lor at the rate of R cents per line for all such excess. All Cain must be on metal fo...

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

(Finics-ZlctfifJcr. (ConBollclutect August 15,1883.) Kill DAY, MAY 4, IKK8. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. XiiANK G. WBDBER, A**oclaUv r>\ . --Vi' Atf5 $w/s?: ? tfTlfe Vr * ? 5-;?: A;'- ??./ . ^ Ho long as Ihe Republican party fo as corrupt as it has been, and now is, and put up such South-hating men as candidates for the presidency as John Sherman, just so lung will there be a solid South. The " unit rule" practiced by Mahone will, doubtless, be portrayed in miniature by tho Republican convention which will meet here to-morrow (Saturday). The local bosses have it down pretty fine. An Iowa man la on trial at Dubuque for selling watermelons last summer vrh!ch contained bottles of| tfalafccy. There are 317 male and 81f> female patients in the Staunton lunatic asylum?a total of 032, Somo of them have been th^ro for over forty years. Many people who loso their reason are slow in dying. The Kanawha County (West Vir ginia) Court refuses to grant retail liquor licenses iu th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 May 1888

|?alem ?imts-Register. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888. Entered at the Postoffloe, In Salem, Vi an seoond-olaaH matter.} this paper r&sw&s LOCAL AFFAIBS ANNOUNCEMENT. At the request of a large number of the ouisens of Salem, I announce myself 11 candidate for the position of TOWN SERGEANT, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Respectfully, Fkank G. Wkbbkk. Republican Him*MmUuk. Tho Republicans of Roanoke county are hereby requested to meet at tho Court-houso In St 'em, on Saturday, May 5th, 1888, at 1 o'clock, P. M., In massmeeting, for the purpose of appointing six delegates and three alternates to represent the Republican party of Roanoke county In the State convention to be held in the city of Petersburg, Va., on Thursday, May l?th, 1888, to appoint t wo elector* ior the State ?u a^ge and four delegates aud four alternates for the State at Large, to the Nation Republican convention to be !?;!? * . Chicago, Illinois, on Jane 19th, 1888. The said six delegates...

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

Soup YW. Low. A CVN8TA1JLK KNCOUNTKR8 A WO- | man who is not asokkkn assiii: ! SEEMS. A Missouri constable rode out to a farm near St. Joseph armed with a 1 Kubjid'Mti for a woman who was want- ! ed as a witness in a case in court.? Ho found l?er in the back-yard busi-1 ly engaged in stirrings boiling, huh-1 bling tua^s in a large brass kettle.?1 He stated his busineas and she said : j " I can't go to-day." " But you must." " What'8 the hurry?" " Wby, court's iu session and the case it) uo<v on trial. They want you | by noon.'' " Well, I ain't going. You think I'm going off and leave this hull kittle o' ?aft soap to spile just to please your old court V No, sirreel" " Why, my dear madam, you must. \ ou really don't seem to understand?" ."I understand that I've got a big kittle o' splendid soap greaso on t'> bile, aud it'll make thin, sticky soap if it ain't finished to-day. You go back and tell the jedge so." " You'll be fined for?" " Pooh ! I'd like to see the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA . FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1888. NO. 36. ignlem ^imes-^egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I DA Y MORNING, At 91.SO Per Year, STRICTL Y QASIl IN AD VANGK. jy not )>aid in advance f- will be charged. T. CRABTREE. CHA.S D. DKNIT F. O. webber. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Pnbllihfr* nnd Proprlrtara. . .. ? 1 - ? ADVBRTIHINti RATKN. AdverUilMMta?those runsing less than sixty days?will be Inserted ?t tne rate of 7scu por square for the first Insertion, and SO cents for each additional InBTtlon. Hreoial rates for a longer period. I*reftasl?sst or other cards, occupyl?a ene squar*, or less, otto year, ILi.00; six maaUia, |T.jO; three months 96.00. Longer advertisements subjeot to special contract. Obituaries aud Tribute* of Rwpwl, wheu they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per lino for all snob excess. _ All Cute must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. J t&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1888

(Consolidated August 16,1083.) FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1HH8. CliAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. r'?? - ? ,?si r , V jjjjjfe WOMEN ARE SOT MEN. The General Conference of the M. E. Church, now in session in New York City, has just concluded an interesting and exciting debateextending through several days.on the subject or the admission of ladies as lay delegate's of the Conference. Under the law of that church each Annual Conference is entitled to send two laymen as delegates to tho Genoral Conference. Five ladies came to tho Conference bearing certificates of election as lay dolegates. Heretofore it has been generally supposed women were not men in any country in this world, yet th? vote in the Conference now in session in New York assented to this fact by a majority of but two. Mighty chcn^es are taking place in all parts of our world during theso days. Electricity has annihilated space. In fact it has done moro than that. A telegram can now bo sent from Egypt at 3 1'. M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1888

?a/rm @imes-Agister. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1888. Kntered at the Poatotfice, In Salem, Va iw ftooond-olMH mtttor^] THIS PAPER LOC-A-X. affairs ANNOUNCEMENT. At tlic request o! a large number of the citizens of Salem, 1 announce myself a candidate for the position of TOWN SERGEANT, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Respectfully, Frank G. Webbkr. Call Extended.?Rev. Robt. C. Holland, formerly a Professor In Roanoke College, but now pastor of the Lutheran church at Martlusburg, W. VaM has been unanimously called to the pastorate of the Salem Lutheran church, and It la hoped that he will accept. Mr. Holland Is a ton of the late Capt. R. H. Holland, is an earnest and able preacher, and very popular with all classes of Salem people. We know that we express the sentiments of our citizens when we say that no man would be more acceptable to that congregation and to Salem people generally than Rev. Robert Hoi land. Concert.?Prof. Randall's Chorus Class will give their Closing Concert at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 May 1888

*???? Himself in die Pulpit. Nkw York, April 29.-Rev. Kdgar Li. Ucrmanr<>, pastor of I ho Presbytenaii church in the village of White 1 lain?, shot himself while in the pulpit of the church to-day. Mr. Hermance's resignation was asked for sonic months ago in consequence of the dissatisfaction arising between himself and llock over his salary.? Ilia Wifo is the daughter of ex-Presi-dent Wool soy, J). I)., LIj D.f of YaIo Oollege. Mr. Ilen.iouce'H family stood very high in tho socinl eirelee of W bite Plains, am| hls standing was unquestioned. Shortly before hoshot himself Mr. iieruiance was sitting within thechaucel conversing w th the sextio, John Blakely, and appeared perfectly rational. Hardly had he closed the church door on leaving when he was startled by the report of a pistol shot, and, rushing back into the church, he found the pastor stretched upon the floor of the pulpit. He was bleeding profusely from a bullet-hole in his right temple. Close beside hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1888

t.1 F)AY MORNING, MAY 18, 1888. L- ? NO. 37. Jaltm gimts-ffirgisier. (CONSOLiuATED.) 18 PDBLI8HED EVERT FRIDAY MO.UN1NO, .At, l?or Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCK. If not paid in adwiu ce f2 will be charged. T. CRA.BTREE. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. G. WEBBER. CBABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, jw. ^ 1* i_i __ii ADVEKTINlSiU KATEK. rr?a?!?Mt MmUMSMNta?those ranalng lesstbau sixty days?will b? Inserted *t th? rtU of 75cU per aqaare for tb? firat lui^rUon.Md 5c o?ntu for nob additional tn- ? ^peiU* rate* to* n looser period. ?lon-? ?** otiifcr wn, owfapyta* 9n? Anuate, o. ?du.?, on? ?W.'V : ??x month*, 87.50; three months 16.00. Lodtw advertisement* ?object to special eon tract. ObltasrlM nail Tribute* of Hew pert, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per line for all suob ?loos*. All fata must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. Advertisements to Insnre Insertion In any ?tven Issue, should reach thlsoffloe on or be&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1888

?alni( gi>nes-?tQistcji (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1888. OHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. PRANK Q. WEBBER. Associate. ? T^LS0!lth0rn BaPli*t Convention lias been in session in Richmond for several days. The Northern Methodist conference, now in session in New York has been asked to endorse the Blair educational bill now ponding in Congress. The resolution was referred to the committee on state of the church. President Cleveland has contributed ono hundred dollars toward <*10 erection of a colored orphan asylum in Lynchburg. We suggest to our neighbor city Roanoke, that she call a cow-ention to "steer" her out of the dilemma in which the troublesome milker has placed her. Tho I>emocratVState Convention of Tennesseo on Tuesday last nominated, on tho fortioth ballot, Gov. Robert L. Taylor, "the fiddling Governor," for re election. The convention was in session seven davs and a most bitter fight was made against Taylor, "but ho got there just ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1888

<?.?/?? (?itiits-$}egisler. FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1888. Kntered at the P(?tolllo?, in Salem, Vi a* tteuoud-clavK matter.] rmXTCI V A VVD toi?t ho fninkl on (U* ot o<w, XmULO Jt AirJCiXW rThcw^i ao??-? Hmuiw Ailnrtlalm thunui < 10 Bpniw Ht. 1, whrh> iwl v?-H Ulng ouuutKit uutjr Im iu*?!? Cor H IN NKW VUUK< LOCAL AFFAIRS ANNOUNCEMENT. At the request of a large utunl>er of tlie citizens of Salem, I announce myself a candidate for the position of TOWN SKKOEANT, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Respectfully, Frank O. Wkhbkk. Notice. The Democrats of Salem are requested to meet In the Town Hall next Monday night, the 21st, (or the purpose of organising the party and to nominate a ticket for Councilmen to be voted for at the election on the 24th. Let there be a full turn out of the t '"ty friends; a full expression of the v..ws of all; a ticket nominated that will be a credit to the town, aud then work to elect it. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 May 1888

A Penitentiary Komnnfr. A COURTSHIP COMMENCED IIE1IIND I'RISON 11AU8 EN1>8 IN A MARRIAGE. A romance, which had its origin in tho Georgia penitentiary, has materialized in a remarkable way at Atlanta. Fivoyearsago Mrs. Rooney and her daughter, Mire Isabella, of Fort Gaines, took a violent dislike to Mrs. Millirons, whose husband was said to have been a former admirer of the younger woman. One da:, the two women,assisted by their son and brother, set upon Mrs. Millirons and beat her to death. The son was hanged in Fort Gaines, the mother died on the night before her trial, and the daughter. Miss Isabella, was given a life-sentence in the penitentiary. For several years Isabella enjoyed tho distinction of being the only white woman in the 1,600 inmates of the Georgia penitentiary. The ladies of the Woman's Chris: tian Temperance Union Interested themselves in the fate of the young woman, an<l lately induced Governor Gordon to pardon her. The ladles put her in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA?, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1888. no as fulfill (gillies-2$egistrr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY F 111 D A. Y M O It N 1 N G , A.t 91.SO Per Your, 8TRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCK. jy not paid in advancc $'2 will be charged. T.CRABTRKE. CH AS. U. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PnbllHhcru mid ??roprletor?. \1?\ KKTIMXW HATES. rrnn?l?nt Advertisements?those run*lng less tbau sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75oU per square for tbe Cr?t luaertlon.and 60 oentii for each addltloual lu? v?rtloa. Hpeolal rate* for a longer period. rrvfeMltuial or other oard*,occupy lug one square, or lew, one ye4r, J12.W: ?l* month*, 17.50; three month* *5.90. l^nuer advertlaementn tnbjcot Vo special con traot. ObltaarlM aa4 Tflbnle* of wheu they exceed ten line*, ?will be chargod for at the rate of 6 cent* per line for allauoh eXCOHH. All Cnta must he on metal foundation, wheu they will ho inserted without extra barge. Advertisements t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1888

JM?ir $&tn**-?t8iskK (OoPBulldAted August 15,1833.) K ' \ \ . MAY 25, 1888. C11AH. I>. ji " Editor. ?rJi JIB <? il< R, Associate. THE TWO CONTENTIONS. " Look on thin picture, tbon on that." The two conventions recently held in Virginia havo, in the chairmen who presided over their deliberation, ir their animus, their methods and it) their prospects or success, afforded inuch food for thought. The one : Id,a Petersburg, and commonly kuown as the "circus" was under U,especial charge of William Mahone, otherwise it could not have been held. It gave the occasiou for lb? exhibition of ail his peculiarities as a chairman, which no portents in ii'0 air, no dissatisfaction on the part ??| a large portion of the best men of us party could in any degree change ?n iota. The same unblushing ef. fwntarv In aBaumlnK to h* vwW -iaeu? the a?un? .sfyjga! to ligton ^ the oo'ta^eis of those who wero tired of playing the part of puppets, came aa usual to .he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1888

?$<idem Register Fill DAY, MAY 23, 1888. Kutorml at tho Pontoftioe, In Halom, Va as seeond-clai*s matter.] THIS PAPER rTulr.^o?? S~2p A-lrcrtliilTiK It,irmu<10 8i?r?iw Bt.t.whpn> iMl>??4lftInjf cvuUM.Uk uu?jr U> iimlu tut Iv IN MkW XOKK.* LOCAL AFFAIBS POSTPONED.?Col. H. II. LogHtl, commissioner, has postponod tho renting o! the farm of Mr. S. E. Lee. neat this place, until Juno county court, consequently It was not rented on Monthly last actordlng to the advertisement previously published. It will, however, be rented at auction on June 18tli, county court day. See the advert! ement for particulars. The now Deering Mower, with its close guard*, was given up to be the most perfect cutting machine on the market court day. It A Cotton Mill Prohahle.?Tho Messrs. DuShane, of *>#,nnsjivania, who are now here, are thinking very seriously of starting a cotton mill in Salem, and will detennino the matter in a very short while....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 May 1888

l'urmc \ r.iidorao Urmorriitlc rbo American Far mere Union, recently launched out upon Its duties a', I'^wnco City, this State (Nebraska) nets fourth the general object of its 0rguuI7.it io/i in the following language: " For thei v.rpoee of roeistiug the encroachments of organized wealth upon farm productions; to encourage the framing aud enacting of equitable laws, to secure the commercial rights; to advance social and intellectual culture, aud te secure to ourselves and our children the just results of our toils. Th? American Farmers Union is established on the principles of a democracy, thereby setting fourth the principles of our government in this co-operative organization." " Tariff reform !" is the cry of the farmers in every public movemont they make. Be he I)emocratic or Republican, if he is a farmer Cleveland's tariff reform views expressed in his last message, strikes the key note to every thinking farmers' view on the matter, and when Mr. Cleveland is re-nomlnated party ...

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

VOL. 22. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1888. NO. 38. Ja/m gimes-gegisler. (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOIIN1NO, At >91.00 Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, ff not paul in advance f2 will be charged. T. CHABTHEE. chas. D. DENIT F. O. webber. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PablUhrr* and Proprietors. AUVBKTIH1NU RATKH. (Tans lent A?t v*?r(li??>iu?nis?those runaln* lens than sixty days?will l>e Inserted ?t the rate of 73c(-a per square for the flmt Insertion, And 50 cent* for bhcIi additional itt,,ertlon. Hpeclal rate* for a louRur period. HrofemilonMl ->r other cards, occupying one square, or Imb, year, I124K); ?lx* months, |7.50; thre* months #.3.00. Longer advertisements subject to special oontract. OMtaerlM Trlkatea of when they exoeed ten lines, -will be charged lor at the vai? ?i 3 oeu t* pmr 11m tox a*l pucb ?*?*?*? <v ' ? ... All vm*? be on in?Uu foundation, when they will be inse...

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

tgmes-gtegislft (OouttolltltUoU AuRUBt 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1888. CIIA3. D. DEN1T, Editor. FKANK G. WEBBER, Associate. >- ? .. y? ir >** ^ IfiiTHE SOUTHERN IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. Recently a convention was held at Hot Springs, North Carolina, to promote immigration to the Southern States. Among the notables present were Gov. Lee, of Virginia, Gov. Gordou, of Georgia, the Governor of South Carollua, and delegates appointed by tho executives of eight other States. Prominent in the Convention were Cardinal Gibbons, the Archbithop of Baltimore, the Bishops of Nashville and Savannah, and many other priests of the Romish church. An association was formed to bo called " The Southern Immigration Association." The ostensible object was to bring before the public the advantages which the| Southern States offer to those who j aro seeking homos in our country, and to devise means by which the tide of immigration might bo turned southward, and tho sparsely populated regio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 June 1888

|?imts-?egisttr. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1888. Knlorod at the PoMtotlloe, in Salem, Va as secoud-cla?M matter.] this paper LOCAL AFFAIRS Fob Salk.?Orade Jersey cattle; , pi inclpally cows and heifers. Apply to Perry Nugent, Salem,Va. my 18-1 m Will Build a Branch Railroad.?We are informed that Mr. Tower, of New York, who purchased the Bott iron mines, near Salem, a short time ago, will build a branch railroad from the Norfolk and Western to his mines, commencing just as soon as the survey is made. This ore will then be shipped to the l'ulaski furnace, and the claim that has been made, and doubtless correctly, that we have just as good ores near Salem as the Cripple Creek ores, and easier to mine, would thus seem to be fully demonstrated. Pointer No. I.?The MeCormick Company on their Mowers, Harvesters and Hinders take the first prize every t me in every contest with their competitors the world ov.ir. F. W. Brown, Agent, Jnl-tf Roanoke, Va. Paralyzkd. ?Mrs. Italian), the aged wife of Mr. A. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 June 1888

A Hiikmt 11 in|> l*ro|?li<et. MIt. CUHTI8 TIIINKB BLAINE WILL 1IK NOMINATED ANI? HKATEN. 44 l)o you think there is auy Republican who could boat Cleveland this year?" 44 No," said Mr. Curtis, after a moment's deliberation. ,4Speakin^solely aw an observer and without regard to my own feelings, I don't think the Republicans have any candidate who could notably defeat Mr. Cleveland. J. may have my own opiuion as to whom they ought to nominate tor the weltare of the party, but it is easy for a newspaper man to look at things as they are, and I am disposed to think, whatever I may wish, that Mr. Cleveland could defeat any man the Republicans might nominate." 44 You think, then, that Blaine will be put up and beateu?" 41 Yes." "Then what?" ?? Then the Republican party will disintegrate and be reorganized. There is nothing else for it to do. It must be purged of Blaine and Blaineism, and nothing will do it but to liavo liim beaten again this year worse than boforo, Bl...

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