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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1888

22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1888. NO. 49. .^alem {gimes* Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVEEY F II I 1) A. Y MORNING, At KM.SO Per Your, STRICTL Y CASH IN A I> VA NCK. Tf not paid in advance $- will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CIUBTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ??ukllNliorM And Proprietor*. i ? - ? AUVERTININO ItATKM. ? ritnalcnl A?lwertt?iei???u*"?? those ruu*Iuk less than sl*ty day??will be Jted *t the rat? of 75oU per square for the first cia irllun.KDd W? cenIn for each additional In.rtlon. BpeclaLrntes for a louu??r period. .E^ftsrr 5.?ss ~r.a,"- isspliff months, S7.&0; three mouths ^.w* R ivortlsmnents subject to special contract. Obltnarlea nni? Trlbnlea of when they exceed ten linen, will he cliarntd lor at the rate of 5 centr. per line for all such All 4'ut* must be on met il foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisement* to Insure Insertion In any given Issu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1888

(ConsolWJHteil Au^uMt 15,1883.) FRIDAY, AUOUSr 17, IKHK. CIIAH. D. DENIT, Editor. MN1( G. WKBUkH, Asi*oclato. During the progress of h Republi- I can meeting ut Woodstock last Monday United Slates Senator Riddlebergor was struck on the head by a brother of the Mahonite county chairman, aud an unceremonious adjournment probably prevented a genera! row. What would a Republican meeting be without a row ? The Republicans of Botetourt county ou Monday last appointed delegates to the Congressional convention instructed for CapL Pat MoCaull, of this county, as "long as he is an available candidate." A resolution endorsing the Mahoue elector for this district, however, was sat down upon, and sentiment seemed to favor a now elector. Since the above was put In type the Lynchburg Mnjitiian learns that only one of the delegates from Bototourt favor McCaull's nomination to four for Van Ness. If Roanoke city ever gets a public building she will be indobtod to the Republican Senators for it, as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1888

&alem jgiiues-ijcQister. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1888. Entered at tho PoHtotlkce, In Salem, V* hh seootid-elasH matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS THIS PAPER FlSffiSte &*.VSS A.lvprtUlMltillvMi (IOS|.m<M> St.). ?hm iwiv.-ri l?l.?? tuuUiwU umjr bo uuuu Ior it JN KJ?W VUKK< PAY TTI3All persons indebted to this office for advertising, job work or subscription, are requested to come forward and settle up, for we are compelled to have what is due us. Like all other institutions, the Times-Register must have money in order to live, and we cannot, and will not, give further indulgence. Some of our patrons have not paid us a cent for several years, and they ought to be ashamed of themselves. Mr. F. G. Webber has all the accounts made off and will see all he can. Be ready when he comes to settle with him. All others must call or remit the amount due, otherwise, we will b2 compelled to place the accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. Attent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 August 1888

TEXAS COUNTRY LIFE, An Nrrn by it VlrginlMn. IIV ANSI K LiAL'KIK ltl'KK. Morning UuniH?tirst ? phIp, pale streak of i?r?y along tho cnstrrn liorl/.on, growing lighter hh moiucnN roll by, till raught up by unseen hand-*, the sky is cleared in magic haste; by and by the Kin tlafehcs up in his great, golden loveliness and overpowering brilliance, 41 dispelling tho mists," uplifting gentle, dew-caressed plants. Halcyon hour! The fowls lly down from their perch with a shrill call to their companions; they ate ans vered by a shriller cry away off in the distance, coining to one in a subdued tone, and seeming almost sweet. Life, to tho animal world, is fairly renewed onco again. I enjoy such hours as those, though 1 may safely say 1 had not tho plcasuro of experiencing that joy frequently till becoming ono of the "JLoue Star" girls; and I deemed it terrible to be snatched from tho golden chains Morpheus casts about us, so very p**rly, but by degrees it grew less of a terror and more of a m...

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

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1888. .??.?/<?*?? <j?imes-?$egishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY M (? H N I N ? . At ftl.ftO l?or Ycof, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Pf not paid in atlvancc |2 will be charged. T.CIUUTHEE. C1HS.U.UENIT F. C3. WEBBER. CR&BTEEE. DEN1T& WEBBER, ?MibllMltorw mill Proprietor*. ii?vi;itnsi\(J KATKM. rmimlrui Aa?ortUfinruti-tliom> runNliitf less than ?1*ty days?will lie Inserted ?t the rate of 75ct* per miuare for the first uunrttOD, and 50 cents for each aU<lltt.?>jal lu. nation. Hpeclal rates for a longer period. l'rofM?l?MMl or other cmrJi*. one square, or less, oue yoar, $N.W; Bl* month*. $7.60; three months ? >.00. l*>ng?r n lvertlaemente?ubJectto special contract. Oblt?i?rle? ?n.l Tr|b?l? ?rKW*?J??f when they exceed ten linen, will he charged lor at the rate of & cents per line for all such eA? Cuts m...

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

(CouaolltlutoU AutruHt lb,lMU3.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 18S8. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. KRA.NK O. WEBBKB, A*socl.itf?. ORGANIZE. Tho campaign is now upon us, and this should bo an aggressive warfare. Wo havo tho enemy on the run, and uot a moment should bo lost nor an opportunity missed to give them a blow. % Forward! all along tho lino should bo given, and a solid and united front should bo shown to tho enemy. Wo need Clubs at evory precinct, and the sooner we orgauize, tho better preparod we will bo to aid In oloctlng Cleveland, Thurman and Edmunds. l#ot tho camp-fires bo lit and not a moment bo lost. Tho enemy must bo routed, and we can do it if we will only work. Let Salem start off by organising a Club, and then let our Club atir up the othor sections. It now seems that Mahono has added to his long list of crimes that of tho political murder of Wise, Houston, Brady A Co. Conspicuous in the delegation from this county to tho Republican Congressional convention, aro two or more members...

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

(ga/fiii j?imes-$jegistfr. FRIDAY, AUGU8T 24, 1888. Entered at tho Poatoflftoe, In Salem, Vi an ?ooond-cla?H inattoi.] local ntVTTCf T Jt T)V1) mnr >W? fnrm.l on nt n/w X HAD * OJT lit IV |*. Iiiiwi'll ?c l>>'? N<<w?|wu?'f A,t*).rt1?tnKn>ir?>*u< H)apnt?ip Htf-wtwro lulv.-rtUlim txmuucu lunjr U> iumOo lur It iS NtW VUJiK< PA."Y" UP. All persons indebted to thie oflice lor advertising, job work or subscription, are requested to come forward and settle up, for we are compelled to have what is due us. Like all otliei institutions, the Timb8*Registkf must have money in order tc live, and we cannot, and will not, give further indulgence, Some of our patrons have nol paid us a cent for several years, and they ought to be ashamed of themselves. Mr. F. G. Webber has all the accounts made off and will see all he can. Be ready when he comes to settle with him. All others must call or r...

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

Nr. Wi?c. ol Nvw York. When Mr. John H. Wise KWd to Now York to live, feeling that ho has l>eeu repudiated by his own |>eoplo, ho will probably seek to console himself with the ohi saying that a prophet lacks honor in his own country. But it won't do, Mr. Wise. I Johnnie Wise is a man of brain, a man of wit ami in .social life a most agreeable and attractive |>erson. He possesses those peculiar, we may say mysterious qualification?, which make a man *? popular." There was a time when tie had tho good will of the best of Virginia's citizens and had ho walked in the ways of his fathers, he might have had any office in the gift of his people. But he forsook the ways of his people and ran after strange gods. He turned his back upon his associates and upon his political principles and mado common cause with the mau whom he himself now denounces as a tyrant and a dishonorable political adventurer. Had Mr. Wise gone iuto the Republican party with even a pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1888

VOL. 22. ,?;thin jgimes-igtQister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HBD EVERY 1" I'.inAY M O It N 1 N ? At 9t.no l*?r Year, XTIlK TL Y CASH IN A D VA NCK. not jmitl in advance ?'2 will be ehargnl. T. CHAI3TKEE. CHAS. U. UENIT F. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, ?*iit?li?lier? mi-I I'roprletora. .iDVEKTINIKU KATKN. rmn<l<>ii( AtlfprlUrinruU-tliONp rui sing l?"? than sixty day*?will be Inserted ? t the rate of 75cU per square for the flrnl lull <rtVou, and 50 cents for each additional Iuh ?rtlon. 8 pedal rate* for a louger period. PreftMieaat or other cards, oocupylug ?one ?'iuare, or Iojih. one year. tW.OO; six month*, 97.50; throe luonllia $5.00. Ijongitr a lvcrtliPmenU subject to special ooutract. ObltnarlM nn?i Trlbulm of Kmp??L when they exceed ten Hues, will be charged for at the rate of 5 Cvuts per line for all such All <'ut? must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1888

?altn( f?iines-g$egist<fi. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) kriday, Ai'di'sr irnk. CHAS. D. DKNIT. Editor. FRANK O. WtSUBEIt, Andocluto r".''?. "... I??1 M\- ? - ?'* <* C'V i&\ -I i ! ; ' . , v; 'C. ?? -T?. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 1888. for rnraiDKNT: GDOVER CLEVELAND. NEW YORK. F<> K VIC E-1* R ESID E NT : ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT LAR43&. RICHARD F. I1KIRNE,of Hanover. ?IOIIN T. HARRIS, of Rockingham. first district. T H, 15. WRIGHT, of Essex. Hltl OXU DISTRICT, 1) GARDNER TYLER, of Charles City. TIIIRIi DIKTItlC'T. fAZhWHlXELLKTT, of Richmond City, ROORTH district. II.I.IAN! It. McKINNKV.of Petersburg ? II'TII DISTRICT. II. (i. PETE Its, of Henry SIXTH DISTRICT. W \\ KERRY, of Red ford SKVRVril DISTRICT. MR AJAIl \\ tail's, Albemarle. KIOIITII DISTRICT. E. E MI-. Kl-.l i|TI I, of Pi'lnrv William. XIJfTII IMSRItlCT. ?I. W . M A RSH.M.l,, of Craig. TKN'TII DISTRICT. R. II. IMORK, ?>f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1888

(giiiicz-lUtfislcr. FRIDAY, AUtiUftT i.1, 1888. KnUnnd at the I'oittolHce, i" KhIoiii, Va mm ttacond-olahK matter.] LOCAL A.FFAIRS rniTTC! T) A PVT? mn-r fon wl on fU<? nl n?w AAlXiJ A /VJ. Xiiw J1, ltuwrtl^U)'? Ni'Wsimiii r Humnu (10 Spniw K?.l. wIhtk ndwrl ivauutu itukj bo uuUo tvt 11 IN MiW VVUK< A Cull to Or^imizc. The Democrats of Salem ami vicinity Jin* requested to meet at the Town llnli on Monday ni^ht, Sept. 3d, to organize a Cleveland, Thurman and Edmonds club. W. W. Ballard, County Chairman. 8uit for Damacw.-Mr. J*m?. L. Crltz, through Ids counsel, Col. 15. II. Logan, has Instituted suit against the cot - poration of Salem for injuries lecclved some montlis ago by the upsetting of a buggy near Fast Hill cemetery, caused as is alleged, by a rock pile then in the road. The damages are placed at and tbo caws will be watclied with consider-1 able interest. New Church to hk Dkdicatkd ?We are informed by Rev. ?>. G. Couticill that tin* new bouse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 August 1888

II whn Her WrddiiiK *>".?? IHJT AT TUB I.AST Ml>M KNT Miss KAI'l.KNKH I?ISI',VK1)KD M It. IIKNN IN<;T()N I "oil ANOTIIRK. Pittsiiuim;, Pa., August 21.-Mr. Bennington, u New York newspaper man, cameto this city Saturday to marry Miss l,ottio Faulkner, of No. 10 Carroll street, Alleghany, to-day,! hut yesterday afternoon the young lady flipped out with auother admirer, Dr. E. C. Marnekie, Hospital i steward at the Western Penitentiary, j and when site returned she was Mrs. Marnekie. Miss Faulkner it* a beautiful, petite brunette, aud has been engaged to Mr. Bennington for a year, until finally to-day was set for the wedding. The expectant bridegroom purchased a house in New York and furnished it from cellar to garret, and then came after his bride. While engaged to Bonuingtou Miss Faulkner became acquainted with Dr. Marnekie. Miss Faulkner's widowed mother objected to the doctor's attention, but it appears that a number of relatives sided with tho doct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1888

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1888. NO. 52. ,gnlem (gimts- Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At 91.00 I'er Year, 8TR1CTL Y CAHJr IN ADVA NC'K. ff not paid in advance 92 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PBblliihfr* nnd Pr?prl*ton. ? .... .1 n.._ , isiitBgag? ADVKKTIN1NU KATKN. rrnn?iMit AdT?rtlm>ni(>nU?thonn runsing less than alxty daya?will be Inaerted ?t the rate of 7Scta per square for the flrat 1 uanrtlon, and W couti for eaob. additional Inn?rtlon. Hpeolal ratea for a longer period. I'rol^tNloaal or other oarda, occupying one equate, or lea*, one year, tl2JK>; alx month*. $7.50; three raontha 95.00. Longer a IvertUementaaahJeotto apeclal contract. Obituaries na< Tribute* of Reaped, when they exceed ten tinea, will be charged lor at the rate of 6 cents per line for all anob ?xeeaa. All I'nta must be on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1888

giirics-gUfQisttf. i (Consolidated AUffUPt 15,1883.) KM DAY, SEPTEMBER 7, IS8S. CIIAS. D. DEN IT, Editor. rUANK G. "WEBBER, As:?oclttU?. ft* '?:> ?$% >? t*7 *TV "V" ? | j'ylfc vl ?? :ir.rv ' ** "w *" *?* ?r* J"** PRESIDENTIAL JLECTI6N, 1888. FOR PRESIDENT: GROVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK* FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: at unoti UlClIARD K. BEIRNE.of Ilanovcr. JOHN T. HARRIS, of Hockluicbatn rIRST DISTRICT. T K. B. W RIGHT, of ICuox. HUOSlt HISTKICT. I>. GARDNER TVf.Kit. of Ct>arl?? City. Tiimit district. TA ZEW EljIj ELLETT, of Richmond City. KOUKTII DISTRICT. WI l,l,l.\.M K. MeKINNEY.of PeterHbor?. riVTH DISTRICT. H. G. l'ETERS, of Henry 8IXT1I DISTRICT. \Y W. BERRY. of Bedford '*KVKNTH DISTRICT. MICAJA11 woods, Albemarle. EIGHTH I?l?TltICT. K. 1". MEREDITH, of Pilueo William. NINTH DISRRICT. .1. W. MARSHALL, of Cral*. Trvm district. R. B. l"OORE, of Appomattox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1888

.ga/rm (?imes-$tgisier. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1888. Entered at tbo PoatofMoe, in Halem. Va km neoond-elaas matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS THIS PAPER rsJsSTC'&r 5*Jl2p AiIvpKIiUdk Hupmiu(108iiniw HU),wIht?? adri>rtlRlnf Mmtncu iu?gr U> iumOu lux U IN SlbW VUUK* Death ok Hon. Oii.m C. Huffman.?The Intelligence ot the death of linn. Giles C. Huffman, member of the House of Delegate* from this county and Craig, which occurred at his home in New Cattle last Saturday morning, was reoelved with universal regret by a host of admirer* here. Ills HIncus was brief but severe, and his death was caused by congestion ot the bowels. Mr. Hodman was about 37 years of age, and leaves a devoted wife and two children. Ho was twice elected a member of the General Assembly, and It will be necessary now to elect a successor to serve o * the unexpired term for which ho wa* elected last fall. Mr. Huffman was an ..onest, faithful and zealous representative, and enjoyed in a high degr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 September 1888

?low llM'jr ?l? l.le? The ltepubllcr having failed to make any reduction of the tariff for revtMinn ?>r pnrmlt the Democrats to do it, now have the itTront-ry to claim that there is real I;* no surplus in tho Treasury at all, and that in another jear, with the pre>ent war tariff, the government will really bo bankrupt and additional taxation ' yi" have to be imposed upon the people to support it! This they attempt to demonstrate by allowing that the expenditures of the present fiscal year will amount to within $I7,?M)0,(HN> of the income, ho that, instead of there being a surplus in the Treasury in June, 1880, of some hundred and forty millions as was the case last June, there will only be the small sum before mentioned of $17,000.0(H) with a plenty of uew appropriate ns to swallow up all of that small surplus in a few moments. Tho New York Herald, of Thursday most effectually exposes and answers that miserable protense and fraud as follows: *' They ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1888

THE TIMES-REGISTER-extra. SAI?EM, VA, SEPTEMBER 14, 1888. CLEVELAND'S ACCEPTANCE. COUB A.GBOU8, BUT CAITTIOUS TARIFF VIEWS. ? The President Sharply Crlllelnee the Republican Policy ef Obitractlta and their Palltleal Claptrap-ror fie. d action and Protection. ? -<?? ?_ Washington, September lO.?Ths ft>l!0Wl?g,i* th? ,ul1 text oi P??ideut Cleveland ? letter of acceptance : Washington, September 8, 1888. H? tUiVte?* A* 0(>1Un? and oU>?n, Commitgentlemen?In addressing to you my formal acceptance o( tbo nomination to the 1 residency of the Untied States mv thoughts persistently dwell upon the impressive relation of such action to the Amencan people, whose confidence is thoa invited, and to the political party to which I belong, just entering upon a contest lor continued supremacy. The world does not afford a spectacle more sublime than la turnished when millions of tree and intelligent American oiuxcr.s select their Chief Magistrate and bid one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1888

VOL.23. SALEM ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER tt>, 1888. NO. 1. ?alt?i jgimts-iQtqishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERT F 11 I D A Y MOJIN I N?, At <11.no Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. & not paid in advance $2 will be charyctl. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. L>. L)enit F. O. webber. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PablUhtr* Kud ProprlrUni. ADVEKTlMINti KATKM. rmnaiont A?l*ertlwmoat??thoNo rimale* less than Sixty dam?will be lnnerUnl U to* rate ofTJeU per tqatrc for Ui? Oral ln~ asrtlon.and SO ototi for ?Mh Additional Insertion. Hpoolal rfttvi for a longer period. ProrMulonal or othor cards, occupying one square, or less, one year, 912.00; six months, S7.60; three months I5.00. I<oni$?r advortlseraents subject to special contract. Obllnsrls* nml Trlhntm of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino for all suoh excess. All Cutw must be on metal foundation, when they w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1888

&aleiii gEiiqes-iftgislw. (Consolidated August 16,1083.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1888. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ?M-'l /' " .. J ?i : ,-s: PRESIDENTIAL JLECTI0H, 1888. FOR PRESIDENT: QROVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE?PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN. OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT i.ahi;k. RICHARD K. BE1RNE, of Hanover. JOHN r. HARRIS, or Rockingham. FIRST DISTRICT. T. R. B. WRIGHT, Of Kiwex. Dtl'ONIl DISTRICT. D UAHDNKH TYLER, of Charles City. third DISTRICT. TAZEWELL ELLKTT, of Richmond City. KOUIITII DISTRICT. WILLIAM R. McKNN'EY, of PotcrHbur*. rirTii district. II. U. PETERS, of Henry SIXTH DISTRIC T. W W. BERRY, of Hedford ISKVINTII DISTRICT. MICAJAll WOODS. Albemarle. KtOHTII IHSTRIC.T. K. K. MEREDITH, of Prince William. NINTH DISMRICT. .1. W. MARSHAl.l<, OfC.-alR. TKNTII DISTRICT. R. B. 11 H 'RE, of Appomattox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH IHSTRICT, PAUL c. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS! lion. John T. Harris, of Rockingham count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1888

Anient ginics-$f(fistrr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1?. 1888. Kutered at tho Postoffloe, in Salem, Va ah mutter.] LOCAL -A.IFIF-A.IIR.S THIS PAPER A,l v.-rtUln* B?lf*<?U (10Kt.nK,.StKwh.j^vrrH?lMK OuulrucU luujr bo liuulo luf li IN ftbw A UK iv? Attention, I>pmofra<?! Gov. Lee having ordered an clcction to HII the vacancy in the House of Delegates from this county, Craig and Koanoke city, caused by the death of Hon. Giles C. Hufl'man, the Democrats of Roanoke county arc requested to assemble In massmeeting at tho Town Hail in Salem, on Monday, September l?th, court day, to elect ten delegates and alternates to a convention to bo held in this place on Saturday, September 29th, to nominate a candidate to till said vacancy, who will bo voted for at the November election. W. W. Ballard, County Chairman. Wood ! Wood !!?A few loada of good, seasoned wood arc wanted at this office. Some of our wood paying subscribers arc requested to bring It in as 500" possible. At...

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