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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA?, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 14; 1888. NO. 44. $nhm jj[4mts-$egister. (COXSOUDITEO.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY' F II11) A Y MORNING, At H1.00 Per Year, STRICTLY CASH JN ADVANCK. jy not paul tin advance |2 will be charged. T. CRABTRSK. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, rabltihrrn ud Pr?prl?Ur?. ADVEKTININti KATES. rraulMt 14tw>Umw<? those ransing less than sixty day a?will b? Inserted itths rate of 1 Sot* pet square for the flrs* Insertion, aud M otnto for eaeb additional! Ingortloa. Hpeclal rates for alonger p?rlod. M CrafoiwlMitl or other ?Mdi, occupy In? one square, or lew, one year, 112.00; six months, $7.W>; three months 45.00. Linger dvertlsements aubjeel to speelal oon tract. OkltaitrlM nnd TrlknlM of Km|???1, when they exceed ten linen, will be charged Jot at the rate of 6 oenU per line for all each ? ZOOM. All t'ntu roust be ou metal foundation, wheu they will be Inserted without extra bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1888

.ill ^iii(ts-?egis(^. (UouBollUatoU Augunt 10, IHH3.) FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1888. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. democrats, attention. a mags-mooting of tho Democratic party will bo held in the Town Hall In Salem, on Monday, July loth (court day) to appoint delegates to ^?^r0S8ionaI invention, of the Sixth Congressional District, which assembles in Lynchburg on Wednesday, August 1st, 1888. Also to reorganize the party by the appointment of a County Executive Committee and Chairman. The county is entitled to ten delegates, to be apportioned as follows, based on the vote for Gov. Lee in 1880: Catawba, 1; Salem, 4; Big Lick, 2; Cave Spring! ?*.; and one delegate at large. By order of the Executive Committee. "W. W? Ballard, C/utirman. TheTiMEs-ItEGisTER's roadore will And the address on Mormonism, by Rov. D. C. Moomaw, published on our Urst page to-day, worthy of a careful perusal. It is thoughtful, earnest and temperate, and shows up in clear and startling distinctness...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1888

??;thw (gimts-^tQisUr. F HI DAY, JULY 13, 1888. Knterod at the Postotttee, in Salem, Va hn second-claus matter.] THIS PAPER LOCAL AFFAIRS To those Wanting Employment.?All Indies desiring situations in the Salem canning factory should see the notice of Mr. Thos. I. Preston, superintendent, in another column, and act ac. cordlngly. A Fa kmekh' Mkkting.?The Timks-Bhoistkk is informed that tlie farmers of this county will hold a meeting in Salem next Monday (county court day) and discuss the advisability of holding back the sale of their wheat for several weeks in order to, If possible, secure a better prlco for it than the present market quotations. It is said to be their aim and intention not to sell now unless they can get as much as one dollar per I bushel. Notkt..?Mr. H. L. Farmer, the| well-known i'iano Forte Tuner and mosician, will be In Salem In a few days for the purpose of tuning your pianos. Leave orders at the Duval House. All work guaranteed. It An Oiii) Bank Officer to II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 July 1888

(Written for the Times-Kkuistkk.) MY CIGARETTE. MY H. J. 1?. I have a little companion. He's a daisy, j-ou may bet; llefca little white companion, 1 call iiim Cigarette. He never waits for calling? lias ueed for no command ; Whenever I want to use him He's ready at my baud. Whenever 1 feci melancholy 1 Had him quite a friend ; Kver ready and willing To help me to the end. 1 love him very dearly. As many will attest; 1 use him half way up, Then 1 use the rest. 1 love my little friend, lie'* always true and kind, In no other friends of life, Such constancy 1 Und. And when the girls go back on me, As one has done to-day, I scratch a match on my pants And calmly whllV away. Ladies don't like my little pet, They say he's such a shame; Yes, he is uiUthy thing, But " gets there all the same." Now, Tva told you of oiy friend, My darling-little pot; When uothlng else consoles my mind, I seek my Old A uettk. DalcvUU, Va., June 28M, 1888, A Ran on Clean Nhtrts. An old fellow who was ruunlnga s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1888

4s! VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.f FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1888. NO. 45. ?nhm %imcx-i}ei\v>hr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERT FllIDAY MOllNINO, At &1.BO Per Year, 8TRICTL Y CASH IN A /> VA NCK. fY not paul in advance #2 unll be c/uiri/etl. T. CRABTRBB. CH AS. t). DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABT8EE, DENIT & WEBBER, HaMlaltcrw nml Proprietor*. AVVIIflNMl it % s i;s. l'riiu<l?nt Ail vertlnemeulM?those rundtirf less tlian sixty dnyw? will be Inserted 41 tin- i nt.- <>l 7'win |>cr h.jiiiim fol I >.<? 111st In * <rHon, and 50 cents for each additional Inh ?rttoti. Mpeclal niton for a longer period. t*rul>NMlonal or other carda, occupying one square, or U?hn, one year, $12.00; ?li iiionthw, 87.50; three months I .?>n??i <1 vertlneiiientH subject to apeclal contract. Obllunrlr* nml Tribute** of Kmprrl, when they exceed tea llaea, wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1888

(Oonuolldutod Auguut 16,1883.) j Fill DAY, JULY 20, 1888. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Mr. Mills, the patron o! the Mills tariff bill, is ol the opinion that a vole on that measure will bo reached on Saturday, and that it will pass the House by a good majority. It will thou go to the Senate to bo killed, as far as they can do so, by Republican obstructionists. The Democrats of the Danville district have nominated liev. Posy Q. .Lester, a talented young Primitive Baptist divine, to represent that district iu the next Congress. Tho indications are that when the campaign closes it will bo found that his Republican opponeut will be "done up" Brown. "Czar Mahono," is thouugecerous epithet which John Wise now applies to Ids recent boss. And yet this ex-slavoof " C/.ar Mahone " used to tramp through this State and ask the people to endorse his tyranny. A pretty pair, they are. You pay your mouey; tako your choico. The New York l*ionctr (prohibition) thinks that Capt....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1888

&;ilcm <$imes-?jleflistrr. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 18K8. Kntered at the Poatotlloe, In Hk1oiii, Va as Hecoiid-cla?H matter.] Tins PAPER MsnftA 5!-Vr LOCAL .AJF:E\A.II*.? See the advertisement of house for rent in another cohnnn. Married.?Mr. Jeremiah Stair, a well-known citizen of the Hollins neighborhood, thin county, was united in marriage this (Thursday) morning, to Mis* Mary Kessler, daughter of the late Mr. Benj. Kessler, Rev. V. W. Wheeler, of Vinton, performing the ceremony. The groom in this case id a spry widower of seventy-five years, while tho bride Is thirty yearn his Junior. Stock La hue and Prick* ixnv.? This is what P. W. Brown A Co. talk about In their advertisement to-day. They claim tho largest stock, lowest prices, greatest- values and best variety in dress good*, notions,shoes and dry goods, and they mean It, too. See for yourself. Icic House Buknkd.-The large ice-house of Mr. .lames C. i>eyerle, in thW place, was destroyed by tire last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 July 1888

I Wrlltou for tli?* Timk?.-|{k<?ii ik.I TEXAS COUNTRY LIFE. I?Y ANNIE I.AI KIK HUltK. Tho *?in >*"'* just rising, possessed of that peculiar appearance suggestivo ofterriblo force of heat; no air was astir; the usual din in (he barnyard, the noise of tho fouls, the sweet trill of a lone mocking-bird from tho dead branch of a near tree, were the sources of music for tho time being. Jip would /rowl and show his teeth should an intruder mako his appearance he A'an as tho other members of the household, always on (he go and the alert. Texas country life! Virginia girls, reared amongst the greatest of blessings, ed unit ion and refinement, your paths literally strewn with the beautiful roses of life, sweet pearls lying at your feet, golden apples bofore you, awaiting to bo plucked, consider yourselves blossed ! Never did I, till I left tho dear old Dominion, dream of how ono half the world might aud did live. I havo boen studying life in its different phases since b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., JPIIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1888. NO. 40. Anient @imes-$$egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVERY FIIIDAY MORNING, At ftl.SO Per Your* STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCK. iy not paul in advance $2 will be charged. T. CRA.BTRKE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEUBEH. CBABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, HubllwHers nnd Proprietor*. m ? J ?? A l? V l.K I'lNI X<? KATKM. Irnnalont Adv?>rlliirinrnU-tli<)H? runtlUK lomthitu sixty d?y??will be lUHurUnl at the rate of 7V?U per Hqiiare for th? artfl In- ? artlon.and 60 c?nUi for tMli additional InHertlon. Special rates for a loimer period. ProfM?Uniil or other cards, occupying one square, or Ion*, one year, SI2.00; nix mouths. 97.60; three months I&.00. Uonuer dvertlseineuts subject to special contract. Obltnorlea and Tribute* of Hr?pcri, whan they exceed ten Huea, will bo charged lor at the rate of 6 ceuta per lino for all auob ?MM. All CuU tniih| be on metal foundation, when they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1888

(UoaDullilHtvO Au|(u?t ID, 1083. ) FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1H88. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Assoctato. r>. ? * /"J gMi >* There i.-i nothing more potential in a political canvass than thorough organization, and there is no better time than the present for the Democrats and all frionds of good govern ment and low taxes to organize in every district in this county. Its effect will bo noticed when the returns come in. Gen. Williams C. Wickham, receiver of the Chosapeake and Ohio railroad, and a member of tho State Senate from Hanover county, this State, dropped dead at his ofllce in Richmond ou Monday evening, tho result, It is supposed, of heart disease. lio was O jO of tho most able and useful of our State Senators, and his death is a public calamity. It is bettor to have cheap food and clothing than cheap whiskey. The Democrats aro endeavoring to secure for the peoplo tho necessaries of life cheap, while tho Republicans favor taxing them higher in order ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1888

?>ahm $iines-$$tgisUr. Fill DAY, JULY 27, 1888. Kntered at the Poatofflce, In Malem, Va an second-clans matter.] THIS PAPER A<lm1l?lmrnnn?a(10Spniiw St.). wh?-r?. ixlvrrltiiliii vuiiuucU luajr Ut luado Cur It IN NlbVV VUUK.* LOCAL AFFAIRS Notirc to Nchool Teieher*. Tho Hoard of Public School Trustees for Big Lick District will meet August 1st to elect tcachers lor the ensuing term. All teachers desiring schools in the District will please make written applications to and llle their certificates with the elerk of the Board by that time. Address, D. E. Kkkauver, Clerk, lw Koanoke, Va. V?lMbl? Property l*r Sale. 1 offer my dwelling and lot, on High street, for sale. Lot contains about five and a half acres, fenoes In excellent repair; large fish and Ice pond ; ice house that keeps from otic year's end to the other. A good small stable, hen house and other necessary outhouse*. The dwelling has nine large rooms, besides kitchen, pantry and closets. Slate roof and so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 July 1888

Vrovrr'N Way. So FUSS, NOl.SK, " HUT IIK U ETS there Jl'ST T1IE same." [No- i ork llcrnld ) A baud of wikl Indians raise an awful racket when they make a charge. The opposing scouts keep quiet and cool, but they empty Haddie after saddle until the hand Is routed aud the battle won. In the past week the air has been full of Republican yells and war Whoops. They have organized a crazy machine,the creaking of which has been heard throughout the land. They have sought by their clamor to give tho impression that they are a very big crowd, and are going to elect Benny and Levi by default. "Just wait until we think it is time to go to work," said Col. Michael Murphy yesterday, " and then wo'll never know thoy aro running. Wo are in no hurry. The election is won already." President Cleveland has a peculiar way of his own in running politics. The old time politicians in thlaStato do not understand it, but they have felt its power. Gov. Hill knows its virtue pretty well. He felt it on May 15 ...

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

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1888. NO. 47* ,?;ilem $imes-$tQisttr. (CONSOLIDATED.> 8 PUBLISHED EVERT FllIDAY MOKNING, A.t #1.00 Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Jy not paid in advance f2 will be chargcd. T. CRABTHEB. CM AS. D. UENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, BENIT & WEBBER, Pabllihfn and Propr!?t?ra. jp . . ? J . AUVEKTIVINti RATKX. rr?M?l?n( Advertisements?those runding lMnlban ilxljr day*?wilt l>? Inserted ?t the rate of 7icU p?r Mjnara for the first luaartton, and 50 oeni* for each additional In* nartlon. Bpeeial rate* for a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying one square, or leaa, one year, 112.00; alx months, 17.60; three monthi $5.00. Lonwr advertlaementaaubject to special contract. Obituaries and TrlbnlM or Reepeet, when they ezoeed ton lines, will ?-e charged for at the rate of 5 oenta per line for all such exoeai. All ('nU iniiNt be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without e...

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

gi>H*s-?rgisttf.\ A MATTER OF INTEREST TO ALL. The last fiscal report issued by the Government shows that for the year ending June 30tb, 18*8, our imports of merchandise exceeded our exports by $27,890,527. This means we bought that amount of merchandise from foreign countries more than we sold to them. The settlement of this bill must be in money Bince wo failed to pay in produce. We have already locked up in the United States' vaults $150,000,000 of surplus, and are increasing that vast amount $13,000,000 ovory month. In the faco of this largo surplus steadily Increasing, In the faco of tho fact that the balance of trado Is against us this year over $27,000,000, tho Mills bill recontly passed by tho llouso of representatives Is tiod up In tho Sonato and is not likely over to see tho light again; certainly it will not pass that body. The Mills bill proposes to reduce the accumulation of surplus, and it also so readjusts tho tariff that if it becomes a law wo will pay the...

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

in J[iMes-$egisier. FRIDAY, AUOUST IKH8. Kntorod *t tho PoNtoIUoe, in Halem, V? un second-olnws matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS Allcntfon, Rfpnbllrana. A mass-meeting of the Republican* of ?Roanoke county will be held in the Town Hull, in Salem, on Monday, August 20th, 1888, (court day) at 1 o'clock, 1\ Mm to elect six delegates and four alternates to the Congressional convention of the Sixth Congressional District to meet at Lynchburg, Thursday, August 30th, 1888, at 12 o'clock, M. A full turu out of voters is d^lred. W. Lkk Brand, Ch'rm'n Republican Ex. Com. From August 13 to 20 I can be found at the Red Striped Front, Salem, Va. Persons indebted to Ilrown Bros, or myself will please call and settle. No further indulgence can be given, and ought not to be expected. 2w J. R. C. Bkown, .Ik. I have on hand and will receive this week, the largest stock of hydrant hose that has ever been In the town of Salem, and will guarantee prices to be lower than in any city in the Slate. A call will convi...

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

MiMlook a l>rewM Model lor Ilist FrlfU. i Providence Telegram.) There is sometimes a sort of picturcequeuoss about the peculiar delusions of au luehriate which reaches beyond the mere disgusting and borders upou tbo realms ol tho pathetically grotoeque, aud while we canuot but regret the weak doss of tho iudividual wo aro forced to smile at his idiosyncrasies. One of those peculiar cases occurred the other evening at one of tho most prominent hotels in this city. Tho hour was lato and tho majority of the sedate and well-regulated guests had retired. Suddenly tho front door was thrown open with a bang, and through the aperture emerged a young gentleman who but a few hours beforo had departed in all the gjory of spruce clothes and floe linen. Now his hat was on the back of his head, his clothiDg was disordered, and there was a drunken leer upon his handsome face. As he staggered towards tho desk it was noticed that he was dragging behind him ono of thoso dressed models whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1888. NO. 48. galein <gimes-!?tgisfer. (CONSOLIDATED.) S P03LI8HED EVERY FRIDAY M () H N I N G , .At 91.BO Per Yonr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCK. If not paid in <uhxince |2 will be. ehntyetL T. CHAB'I'MKE. CH AS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, I'abltiihrr* ???*<! Proprietor*. m ? J _ ? ? 1 AUVKKI'IMINU KATKN. '??Mtvitl AdverHeemeate?those ruu<lui[ less tban slity days?will be Inserted ?t the rate of 7VU per nqn?r? fur the Brit Inssrtloo, and 54) renU for well nddlMoiitl Insert ion . speoUl rates for t luamr period. Another card*, oecupyln* one square, or leas, one year, lU-OU; six moutlia, 17.50; throe months 9SM. Longer ?<lvertlsements iuU]?ct to special contract. ObltUHM.. Tributes of Keeper*, when they exeeed ten lines, will be charged tor at the rate of 6 oenta per line for all such ?xoeiH. All (!al? must l>e on inetal foond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1888

(Oon?ollUulvU Auyubt 15,1803.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 1KS8. CH AS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, A?rtoclato. PASSING STRANGE INDIFFERENCE. In the mouth of October next, as all the people of the State know, there Will be held in Richmond an Exposition, the object of which is, the advertisement of Virginia's resources and advantages. To this Exposition thousands of strangers will Hock iu order to see for themsolves if Virginia is as rich in resources as the papers publish her to be. With rare exceptions, every county is taking advantage of the space alloted in the Exposition building to present to view its minerals, woods, Ac., and also a map, so that the county's extent, its mountains, rivers, railroads, and county roads, can be seton at a glance. What is tho county of Roanoke doing to show that her people are abreast of the times? We say it with shamo, literally nothing. The importance of moving in the matter has beeu urged upon our Supervisors, and wo hope, now that the time for ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1888

Jafc #11 %imes-g*gisttr.\ FHIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1888. Holered at the Poatotlloe, In Halem, V? am neoond-clas* matter.] local affairs ibh WQ D A VVD wuwr 1?fmnrf on HI* at Q?a, 1 iilO J"ATJdu* i*7ruw?ii aou'? N?-w?n?iw>r A.lrwtltlliiciWM(W)Bpniiy Rt.V wherv MlvnrtUInc mSrwcWZtmf I* uutdo^ur U IN KBW VUKk. Attention, Rfpabllmns. A mass-meeting of the Republican* c! Roanokecounty will be held in the Town Hall, in Salem, on Monday, August 20th, 1888, (court day) at 1 o'clock, P. M., to elect six delegates and four alternates to tlie Congressional convention of the Sixth Congressional District to meet at Lynchburg, Thursday, August 30th, 1888, at 12 o'clock, M. A full turn ol* of voters Is desired. W. Lee Brand, Ch'rro'n Republican Ex. Com. From August 13 to 20 I can be found at the Red Striped Front, Salem, Va. Persons indebted to Rrown Bros, or myself will please call and settle. No further indulgence can be given, and ought not to be expected. 2w J. R. C. Brown, Jr. Pastor Cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 August 1888

JCST FOK IO DAY. I,on'. f?>r to morrow ,iud its I do not pray, lu't'p mo, my <?od, from stain of sin ?Inst for to-day. I ?-t mo both diligently work Ami ilnly |>rav ; hot mo l o kind in word and ?iii-it for to-day. 1 i?'t ??>?? ln? -low to do my will, l*roin|a .u ,.bcy ; 1 l?'l|? me to mortify my llosli ?Inst for to-day. Lot mo no wrong or idle word Unthinking say: Set thou a seal upon my lips Jn<t for to-day. Lot mo In season, Lord, bo grave. I n season gay ; Let me be faithful to the grace .lust for to-day. So, for to-morrow and its needs I do not pray, Hut keep me, guide me, love ma, Lord, Just for to-day. Nnvetl from w Horrible Umth. A FAMILY DRUGGED AND TIIKIK HOUSE RANSACKED AND SATURATED WITH K BROKEN IS. Heading, July 31.?The family of Maberry Hcffuor had a uarrow escape from death and crouiatiou last night. The police found his house on Nicholas street saturated with kerosene from top to bottom this morning. Everything ...

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