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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1888

NO. 39 fulfill gillies- ileifisltr. (CONSOLIDATED.) H PUBLISHED EVEKI PHI DAY MORNING, At &I.OO Pop Year, STRICTL Y C A fill IS ADVA JNCK. ff not pai<l in advance f2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS.D.DEN1T F. O. WBBBERi CRABTREE, DEH1T & WEBBER, Publinlirr)! And proprietor*. 40VBBTIHINU KATES. 1> it not cut AdvcrtlwmcMli-tboKH ruu- ? InfloHHthHH Hlxty dayn?will be Inserted it the rate of 75cU per square for the first )nntrtlon, ?ud IW> cent* for each additional inaerUou. fipeclal rate* for a longer period. ??rorewMlonal or other car.N, pccupylug one Kqimro, or lean, one year, I12JW; six month*, 17.50; three months 15.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. Obituaries and Trlbnies of Respect, when they exceed ten linen, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cent* per lino for all such excoiM. ... , . All 4'ntN must bo on tne?al foundation, when thoy will bo Inserted without extra charge. Advertisement* to Innure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1888

$in(*s-$egixtqt. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 18X8. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ? THE COMHEISCEXENT SPEAKERS. Everything indicates a moat Interesting Commencement at Roanoke College next week. Rev. Thos. W. Dosh, D. D., ex-president of the Coll~?e, is well-known in Salem, and wiu 'silver a fine Baccalaureate. Rt. Rev. A. M. Randolph, D- D., Assistant Bishop of Virginia, will certainly give a scholarly and interesting address before the Y. M. C. A. on Sunday evening. On Tuesday morning a rich treat may be expected in the Alumni Address by llev. Wright O. Campbell, who is a bright, humorous fellow. We all want to hear him. The College is fortunate in having Congressman William L. Wilson, of West Virginia, as Society Otaior bii" Tuesday evening. As former president of the University of his State, ho will be in full sympathy with the occasion. In his great speech on the tariffquestion,ho added to his already high reputation as a scholar and orat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1888

jgnlem jgimes-fleQistrr FRIDAY, JUNK 8, 1888. Kntered at the PoHtolttoe, in Salem, Vi an pecoml-cla?s matter.} THIS PAPER ?? A.lmlMnKDui>>au (lOSpnK'o St.), wImw mlvfti King vuuUuclS luajr Uj uumIo for It IN > K\V V UUK.> LOCAL AFFAIRS Wanted.?A first-class baker dosirec to get a situation. Apply at the Times-Register office. For Sale.?Four or five fresh young Jersey cows for sale. Apply at this office. 2\v More Testimony.?Messrs. D. H. IMaineand Geo.W.Cook, two well-known Roanoke county farmers, to-day give a hearty endorsement to the merits of the McCormlck harvesting machines. Their test 'mo rials will be found in the adver* ti*< aunt of Frank Brown, the Roanoke hardware man, who is also the Agent for these machines. Commencement at Hollinb.-? In our advertising columns to-day will be found the interesting programme for the commencement exercises at Hollins Institute, which begin next Monday, and continue until Wednesday. Sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 June 1888

CASABIAKCA (Colored.) ?Y OOI.LY. One darkle stood in the 'backer patch, Wlieuce all tho r?t had tied; While mule lieel*, clods b?h! green worms flew A whlnloR round his head. Savory, stout and black he stood, As born to work a Tarin, While gaping mouth and bulging eyes Betokened nis alarm. That mule kicked hard; ho wouldn't leave " Utiloss do boss said so." " I)e boss," unconscious of h..? plight. Had goue ofl to the show. The datkie yellod : " Seo her?, boss, say ! Mus' 1 lef dis mule go?" Just then the boss was miles away, And Cull'ee called out " Whoa!" Quite thick and fast a oloud of dust Arose toward the sky, And filed the darklo's eyos and nose Like llour oft hotel pie. "Kay, boss!*' again poor CutTee cried, " Kf'taint mot' time I's gone?" Naught but the clattering hoofs replied, As the agile mule kicked on. At last there came a thunderous crash That made the oarth resound, And when the dust and debris pass'd The mule could not be found. That fatoful last terrific kiok Had str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 June 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YaJIfRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. 1888. NO. 40. (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERY F II I 1> A Y MOllNINO, At 91.30 Por Ywr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. & not paul in advancc |2 will be charyctl. T. CM A B THEE. CHAS. U. DEN IT F. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, K?abll?ltcrN nu<l Proprietor*. ADVKRTIMIHU KATES. rrnn?lf>nt 4dv?rll*????ie?t?? those runting lesntbau sixty day*?will be Inserted tt the r?t? it7V(? per square for the first Ina?*Uo-' fx) cent* for ??acb additional la* ? *tlon. H poclal rate* for a longer period. l>ror?HMion?l or other curds, oocupylng one square, or le**, ono year, I12JM; *lx muntlm, 17.60; three mouths 55.00. Longer ftrtvertl*cmeut? subject to *peclal contract. Oblta?riM nn<4 Trlbnir> of Konprpl. whan tliey nxoeoil ten linen, will he charm-il lor at the rato of 6 o?nta per line for all Buqh excess. All CiiU miiKi be on metal foundation, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 June 1888

(Consolidated Aujfunt 15,1883.) !* KIDAY, JUNE 15, 1888. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. r~> ? ? ~ H' Y 1 ^ - - - X I OUR TICKET. The press aud people throughout the country, so fur as hoard from, pronounce the ticket, Cleveland and Thuroian, a very strong one. 80 far as Cloveland is concerned there has l>een no question for months as to his being the man of ail others to hoad and lead the party to victory, and everybody knows that Allen G. Thurtnan is one of tho purest and most talented statesmen that the United States over produced. In the language of an esteemed exchange, " The nomination of Allen Q. Thuruaanfor Vice-President completely rounds out the Democratic ticket Into perfect eytmnetry." It to oiw that 'ivery voter who desires the welfare of tho country can support with the expectation that his fondest hopes will be realized. THEIR FLA. 1. It is believed, lrom certain steps already taken, that tho Republican leaders hope to carry t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 June 1888

&nletn ?[imez-?$egisfer. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1888. Entered at tho PostofBee, in Salem, Va aa HOooml-clauH matter.] LOCAL AFFAIBS t WAyxED.?A first-clans baker deHires i o get a situation. Apply at tlic Times Register ofllce. For Sale.?Four or five freeh young Jersey cows far sale. Apply at thU otnee. _ 2w Excursion.--Firemen's State Convention. Four horse stage atul omnibus to Roanoke on the 20th, 21st, 22d and 23rd. Leave Lake Spring at 7 o'clock, A. M., leave City Hotel at G o'clock, P. M. Fare, round trip, 50 cents. It J. II. Chapman. An Excellent Selection.?The Board of Trustees of Marion Female College, at a recent mooting, tendered the management of that school in the future to Mr. Win. McCauley, of this place, and to Rev. J. J. Scherer, tho former president. M.- McCauley is peculiarly qualified for the management of an institution of this kind, and should he accept tho position offered, the College will have added to it* management a gentleman who will in every respe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 June 1888

A SOLID l'LATl'OHM. *lli ? following is the platform of; l?rir*c*ij?lo.s adopted by the National Di'iuocrvtie convention at St. Louis j last week. Head it : Tlu? Democratic party of tho United , States in uatlonal convention assembled, j roiunvs t!" pledges of it* fidelity to the I Democratic faith ami reafllrms the platform adopted by Us reprweututlves iu j convention of IHS-t, and ludonw tho views expro- .stMl by President Cleveland ' in hia last earnest message to Congress j as tbo correct interpretation of that plat- i form upon tbo question of tarill redue- | tlon ; and also endorses tho efforts of our Democratic representatives in Congress to secure a reduction of excessive taxation. Aui?ii|{ its principles of party faitb arc maintenance of an indissoluble union of frc? and Indestructible States, now about to outer upou tbo socoud century of unexampled progress aud renown; devotion to a plan ol government regulated by a written constitution strictly specifying every granted po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YJL, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1888. NO. 41. ?;ile<it (?imes-$jlegisier. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVER? F 11 I 1> A Y MORNINO, At ttl.BO Per Yonr, STBJCTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. If not paid t'n culvancc 92 will be cfuiryetL T. CKAHTHEE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pabllfthfra M?l Pro|>rlp|i>M. J ? AMIEHTIMINV KATEH. r A4TcrtlMm?aU- thou tunleeatfcaa *l*ty J?y??*ill bt? luMtted ?at to? r?U of 75cU per square for the lint Infra in for Mtob additional lui ro(N for ? loDg?r pftrlwl. ittrMiimoalw SAA. mbm ?nhject to hpecutl ?outrftot. ObUN?ri?? ?i.<1 Trll>o?o* of R?k|??>ct, wbatt th^tnted ton ltb?M, Vtit bo charged for at the rate of & oonta por lino for all auob All Cain ma*t be on metal foundation, when they will be Innerted without extra oharge. AdvertlnemORtfl to lnnure Insertion In any ?lvon Iwtue.ihc r#?'*oli this office on or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1888

trni &i?lfs-&t8isk'i-(Consolidated August 16,1863.) I II! DAY, JUNE 22, 1KS8. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. AN UNI>TEXI>ED PROPHECY. The Republican party selected one J. M. Thurston,of Nebraska, as temporary chairman of their National Convention. Of Mr. Thurston nothing seeius to bo known beyond the fact that he is in some sort a representative of tho Western corporation interests. Thero is nothing incongruous in the solection of a man thus identified to tbo chairmanship of a party which is tho avowed friend and defender of the bydra-hcaded trusts of this country Mr. Thurston, in accordance with the usual practice, addressed tho convention over which Lo had been selected to preside temporarily. In this address ho has unwittingly foretold tbe doom of tho nominees of the Chicago Convention, That little historical extract with which he closed his speoch will prove to be the obituary of the Republican party in the comin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1888

%imes-$tgixter. FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1888. Bntered at the Poatoffloe, In ttalom, Vs m seoond-olaaa matter.] THIS PAPER LOOi^Xi .AJFTF-A-II^S Cowb FOR Sale. ? Mr. David Deyerle, who Uvea near llollins, advertises to-day that he has twenty first-class fresh milch cows for sale, the average price of which U twenty-five dollars. Now Is your chance to get a good milker cheap. See the advertisement. Veby Important to ThrksherMkn.?It you contemplate buying a threshing machine or engine, ox both, you can secure a bargain at F. W. Bkown's, tf The Hardware Man, Roanoke,Va. Sallle Preston, a colored woman, wife of Xdom Preston, residing on the Ash Bottom Road, near Salem, left her home oo Friday last to oomy to Salem. She wai seen In Salem on that day, but later In the day she disappeared .ad has not been beard from slnoe. Her sons Ba'lard and Robert Preston and their friends have searched In all this section, but can fiSMI no liaeeat her. The Impression la that her mind has become nnhsAmsed, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 June 1888

Couutr; IIA UI>-\VOUK INCH CITIZENS WHO *' fJO POllTH 1-ONtjUKKlNO AND TO COKQCKIt." Thin heading in a brief description of one of the heaviest-taxed specimens of the human race. Tho writer haw been there twenty*flve years of lim most active llfo. There are many of the duties, privileges and pleasucs of the position of which any one could envy a " country editor." And yet it it* a life of servitude aud ingratitude. A country editor has to read his pa per a and i.rite his editorials at night, when he uhould lay aside the work aud troubles of life to enjoy the society of his family, which be too frequently has no time to get fairly acquainted with. In the day he sticks type, makes up forms, folds papers, makes up the mails, runs errands, collects bills, saws wood, works in the garden, attends political caucuses, heads and leads forward every enterprise for building up his town, making public improvements, buildiog churches, and especially by every device in his power making...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA. ,?a!tin $imes-$egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, At $I.BO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, not paid in advance 92 will be charged. T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. RABTBEE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PiUMcn m4 Prvrrleton. AUYIRTI8INCI BATES. rrapalMt A4T?rUMat?t*-U>OM running iefstbau sixty (lky*-wl)l be Inserted ?t the rate of 7 Sots p?r sqn*re for U>> 0??t lanue eqo*f?. ?t Ims. on? yfewr. ? u OCT: Mx months, 17.v); three months l&.w). Longer advertisement* ?object to speetal contract. OMtMHM ud TWlfcntee ef Raapeet, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oents per line for all eaeh iiieM. All Cwt* must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra oharge. Advertisement* to Insure insertion In any given Issue, should reach this office on or b#? fore Tuesday of that week. Oerr?epssd?s?e, containing Important mws,solicited...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1888

Ifiii (Tti)iv!i-j$eQist<<i[. (Con-ioMUutotf Autcunt ?&? 1003.) >?'i iI i)A Y, J UNE 2i?, IKSK. cha8. D. DEN1T. Editor. Frank a. webber, Associate. r~ , ,^r - js&fr. $*/*- ? Sir- - & iv John Wife's slogan is no longer 11 lead on, Master." It is now 41 got tbeo behind mc% Billy." Harrison and Morton! a regular pic-nic for Grover and undo Allen. A softer snap they couldn't ask. A New York man offers to bet two milliou dollars that Cleveland is re-elected President. Here is a chance for somoof Salem's big-tnlk-iug Republicans to make a " spec." 13. K. Bruce, the Mississippi nogro, received eleven votes for VicePresident in the National Republican convention on Monday. And that is about as near as a negro will ever come to being President of these United States. Don't buy any tickets In tho Republican nominee lottery. If you do, you will bo loser. No prizes this time. Catch Cleveland stock and bot on the Bandanna. The M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1888

Suhin @[imes-$eRister. FRIDAY, JUNK 29, 1888. Kutered nt tho PontolUeo, in Salom, Va km swwiuI-cIrms nmtier.] n'lTICS "I* A T>T?T? WIIT l>ofrntml rm (llont Om% XillB i iVl JjA I*. )b>wi'll N>'W?|ini>'r TOK|iriii-?< StAwhw italvrrt wmUiwU uuijr l?o luudo lor 11 IN MiW WKlv> LOCAL AFFAIBS * N EW W 11 K AT ON TIIB M ARK KT.? A shipment of now wheat from Virginia was sold in Baltimore last Friday, and br night, for prime, $1.12 cents per busliei; garlicky, $1.00 per bushel. CitKAr Wacjonh.?Tho Brown Hardware Company, of Roanoke, in (heir now advertisement to-day, say they have just receivt d a car-load ?>f splendid wagons, and having no place to store them, they will sell them very cheap. See what they say, and you can get a bargain from them now. Bad Death.? Mins Lizzie It. Snyder, daughter of our former townsman, Mr. Logan C. Snyder, died on tin? 1'Jth instant at Mt. Hope Retreat, near Baltimore. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 June 1888

FHillTIXtt KAIL OTHER. UiKKriirpl'iiI Hum ut ll?<? Xationnl ; Itt'piihlimii ? omoilion. VI H< ? 1NIA HKl'l'IJLK'ANH fAl'SK A "SCKNK." Cmu*a<;o, Juno 110.?All tho morning papers have viviil accounts of tho proetHM lings in the credentials committee la.-?t ni^ht. Perhaps tlx' most highly Koaaoood is tho report which says that Sorgoant-at-Artns Smith opened tho door and looked anxiously around the hall. Half a dozen were shouting at tho top of their voices. " You aro a liar," 44 Give it to him," were distinguished above tho storm of invectives. The commotion swelled into an uproar. The doors swung hack and a negro rushed iuto the hall with terror written on every feature. 41 My God, they aro going to shoot," he exclaimed,41 Mahono and Wise is lighting. Some one will ho killed, shuah." Tho door suddenly opened : Ser-gcant-at-Arms Smith grabbed an oflicer and pulled him insido. As they passed in a reporter caught a momentary view of tho exciting ?ceno whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY ?, 1888. NO. 43 gtthm gimes-^CQister. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PDBLI8HED EVERY FIIIDAY MOItNINU, At Pop Yo?r, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, ff not paid in advancc |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. RABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Paltllnker* nnd Proprietor*. ? I. ?- I ?? . ADVERTININti KATUN. I'rnnnlout Advertisement*?those run* ? Ihk less than sixty day*?will be Inserted at tue rate of 75ots per square for tbe brut Insartlon, and SO cent* for each additional luu?rtlon. Special rates for a longer period. frvrmitonnl or other cards, occupying one square, or less, one year, 9l3.(Ki; six months, 17.50; three months t5.00. Longer k dvertlsementsanbjeot to special contract. Obl(nsrl?? and Trlbntra or KMpeet. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 6 cents per line for all such excess. All <'nt* must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra barge. Advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1888

lent $?'?)<'r--&fQ'r>lW (UonnolldHted August 16,1BU3.) Fill DAY, JULY 0, 1HS8. CHAB. D. DKNIT, Editor. KtiANK G. WEDRRR, Associate. r~. & v A *"" t 5i?tfj ? ? v -f5f *4-? - _ . js , ^ awi ',l> DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION. A mass-meeting of the Democratic | party will bo held in tho Town Hall in Salem, on Monday, July 10th,' (court day) to appoint delegates to tho Congressional Convention, of tho Sixth Congressional District, which assembles iu Lynchburg on Wednesday, August 1st, 1888. Also to reorganize tho party by tho appointment of a County Exccutivo Committee aud Chairman. Tho county is entitled to ten delegates, to be apportioned as follows, based on the vote for Gov. lie? in 188.5: Catawba, 1 ; Salem, I; Big Lick, 2; Cave Spring, 2; and one delegato at large. By order of the Executive Committee. W. W. Ballard, Chairman. Democracy aud iow taxe for the masses?the tnechauics, farmers, and loborers. Republicanism and monopolies, hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1888

fulfill g[iMts~gtrgister. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1W8. Entered Ht tho Pontolfloe, in Nalom, Va as m<hx)1h1-c1h?n matter.] fllli YQ p A PVD ?*r hr> fmrn.1 on (Itn at fwv J.IHO * hD, v. kownil A 0>>'? A.lrt>rtl?lnK Huri?*u (10 H|inuw St.), whrw ?<|v. rtl?lnn ivuUKlt ii?u/ bu umUu lur 11 IN MiW lUUli* LOCAL j?f:fairs H k i? out k i) Lynch i no.?Ijiat Tuesday a most horrible outrage was committed by a negro fiend upon a white lady in the upper end of Montgomery county, and the rumor lias reached this place that ho was caught at Christians* *. - Wednesday morning and lynched. The name of the parties are not known to us. Severe and Prohamly Fatai, Accident.?The Wythevillc Enterprise of Wednesday contains tho following concerning an accident to a Salem lady lo Wythe county : "Sunday morning as Mr. Wm. Huddle, of Black Lick, was driving to cluirch, his buggy upset Just as he entered town, hurting several of the occupants; among the n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 July 1888

TIME WILL TELL; OK, A UlltL'M n.\n %Nl> A HOUAN'N LOVE. Cecil Cruue w?? indeed to l>e pitied. For years he had silently adored his ward Inez, and now she was to become another's wife. His mind went back to that tempestuous night when he had rescued from the sea at the jK'ril of l?is life a mother and her child. Tho mother died ami the child grew up into l>eautiful girlhood under hid care. But all his kindness was now to go for nothing; she would marry Alton Forrest, whom she bad seen only a f?>w times. After some moments' thought Cecil went out ou the porch where the two lovers were standing, llo could hardly raise his eyes to Forrest's triumphant face. " Mr. Forrest," he said clearly, " Inez is still young. I ask you to wait a year before you claim her." " A year is a long time. We love each other. Is that not enough ?" impatiently spoke tho lover. " No," said Cecil, decidedly. " If you love her as you say you do, you will not mind waitin...

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