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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1883

VOL. 18. SALEM, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. ?t;tlcw <?im*x-$tgisfer * (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 92 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T, F. O. WEUBEft. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Kdltorw wnd rroprlvtor*. AUVKKT1MINU IMl'KS. TrM<i?at A?i*?rtls?meaU?thone ruuntng 1?h.h tltau iitxly <lays?will t>? lunerted at the rate of 7tota per square for the first Insertion, mid Ml c?nu for each additional Insertion. Hpeetal ratee for a longer pari oil. ProfmleMi or other oard?, oocnpytng one iq\i?r?. or leas, *no year, $I2.UU^ alz months, |7.M; three months S&.QO. Lougtr ad vertlnemenU subject to apeclal contract. ObltnarlM i?u?l TrltNitf* *f Kmpcct. #hen they eicmwl ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oetati per line for all auoh ?xreu. All Cut* most be on metal foundation, wheu they will be Inserted without extra I harge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any given Issue, shoul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1883

<?<?/???/ &'intes-gwstq. < Consolidated August 16, 1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1HK3. Democratic Ticket. KOK TUB 8KNATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OF KOANOKR. FX1H THK HOU8K, (lioonoke arid Craig,) JAMES W. MARSHALL, OK CKAIQ. THE ELECTION?THK RESl'LJT. By the time we go to press with our next issue, the Timus-Rkoistku will be able to furnish its readers with the resuU of next Tuesday's election. Wha is to be the result now, ao one can say, whatever of work is to be done, mint be done between now and next Monday evening. And now, that the hotly contested canvass of the past three months is aboutconcluded, and voters have made up their minds in regard both to the men and the measures to be favored with their ballots, the people will doubtless welcome the return of a period of real and quiet. Orators and their audiences will be none the worse for some abatement of the ordeal to which their powers of endurance Imve been subjected, and the general public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1883

JM?" SitntS' Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBFR 2, 188J1. [Entered ?t tho HtwtolBoe, In Salem, V?. ax Neoond^laiw matter.} I.OOAL AFFAIPS Orriirrriirro in l?M(l A round Nmrm, niltl 4'nunly nmi?r*i Hrlrll,* Toltl. 'John Chalmers Ii?? received h large assortment of A xcs, and desires to call tIk* attention of tin" merchants of the giirrnniiilin^t'ouiitry to tin* fact that In* I* prepared to offer tin* same at Baltimore or Now York price*. Write to him f?>r quotation)!. 2w Woon! Wool)!!?'Those of .our AiiWritxTK who promised to pay tlu'ir subscription io wood would oblige us by bringing iu a few loads at oncc. Bring ms nome wood. people. Rail ho AO Ciianoeh X<e important changes in tlx* running of trains ou tin* Shenandoah Valley ami Richmond 8inl Alleghany rail roads. MEETING OK BUPERVIKORH. - The Board of Supervldom held a meeting at the court-house la<t Saturday, hut no business of public interest was transacted. Wo are re<pie?,ted to say that ano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1883

The White river has risen rapidly durin^ihe lsat two days. inundating 12.000Inore? o? oo?n and cotton in the Wf*iH?rtver Vnffey, Ark*n??vs. A barn full of fine tobacco belong ing to Col. K. II. Withers, of Pittsylvania county, was destroyed by fire Friday. The fire originated from ?? dHcctixe Hue. The i'rosb\ icrian Synod i>f Venn sylvania. in session at Pittsburg, Satnrd.iv adopted resolutions in favor of liquor prohibition, ami declaring the mtuiufncture and sale of alcoholic liquor-f as,a bevecago, to be criminal. Th?'J>obrd of dirortors of the lunatic as\ bun at Williamsburg has decide*! to introduce the electric light, pro vided the Legislature will make the necessary appropriation of about $8.00?. The Charlottsville Chronicle, after this week's issue, passes out of the hands of Messrs. L. & W. II. Waddell into the possession of llenry B. Michie, of Loudoun county. Pumpkin vines bruised and rubbed over the sides of necks of horses and the bag? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1883

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOYEMRER 9, 1883. Silent ifimex-^tgixier (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PU3L18HBD EVtlttY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, mid Hrourl^lorit. IDVEKiiHI ??* UA IKS. I'ruiKlciii l(lffrjlM>in?>uU?those runiiia^ Ic-H lUiiii Hixly .lay* ? will ln> timertun ??t tlio rate of 7VU pet square for the Hint In- ?> i t i.ni, in.I V) aeatH for (Mb addt'lonal luMorilou. Special r?t?* for ? luuK?r period. CrulrmluiiHi or ulnar cards, occuitylua one mjuurf, or l???, ?n? yvar, tl'ijDU; six month*, $7.60; three months $.*>.00. linger advertisements subject to ?|>eclal contract. iM>liiinrl?>? mill rrtbiilvt* <?r Kespeel, 'lien tbey exceed lei. 11mw, will l?e cli?rt{< <t for m the rate of 5 cents per lln? for all such ? xvem. All <'nu must be on metal foundatIon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1883

?[i?tes-?Wsl"l-(Consolidated August 16, 18B3.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1K83. THE BATTLE FOUGHT?THE VICTOKV WON. The election held in Virginia on Tuesday, wa? tlie most exciting one since 1869, when the Conservative party was organized with GilbkrtC. Walker as their candidate for Governor, against the Republican party, with Henry Happy Wells as their candidate. Democracy has triumphed over Coalition and Mahoncism.and throughout the State there is genoral rejoicing. Both parties wore well organized, and a very brilliant and warm canvass was made of the entire State. Roanoke county, hitherto the stronghold of Readjustment, has gone 12 ioaocratic by 158 majority, for the people, recognizing that the financial issue having been eliminated from readjusterism.the party of readjustment has disappeared from the eccnc, and the people have returned to their first faith, Democracy or Republicanism, and it is plain that the people of Roanoke county, though good and true Readjusters, have not abandon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1883

(giiiies- Qeyister. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 18S3. [Knuirod at the I'ohioIIUm*, in Salem, Va. hh second-class itiHller.] LOCAL AFFAIPS Ocnirrcnrr* In ?i??l Arnnnd Nhiciii, rami <'um?ljr Mnllrrw llrlrlly Told. Wool)! Wood!!?Th?*.e of our subscribers who promised to pay Ihclr subscript ion in wood would oblige us by bringing in a t? w loads at onoe. Bring US SOIIIe WOOd, people. Ijook ill the 'Waterproof OIovob for working men, at. Brown Bros. Ci.otiiinu, &c Wfc rail nt tent ion of our readers to the new advertisement of Mr. I'anl Berkowltz, dealer In clothing a id men's furnishing goods, Roanoke. Mr. Berkowltz is a clever gentleman, ainfj if you ileal with liiin When in Roanoke he will please you. A Collision.?On Monday morning lust, two freight trains on the Norfolk and Western mil road collided near Salem depot, doing considerable damage to the cars, hut fortunately no one was hadly hurt. One of these freights had just come from the east and Stopjied, and another ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1883

You may place apples in '',p n !-? 4*n their sides and lo?ve them in :t shelter and shadv place in the orchard ?>r in :tnv oliiorsiiitnblo spot. I'lace two rniU or large poles on the ground, as t?> raise the barrels R iVw inches nlicvc if. lt:iiu will not I!i'??>U to injure them. 1???t it would bo i'dit i to :i temporary roof of I o.-irds. Tlien'woiiMliP no danger of their freezing until 1 :it?% in Novcin her. 11 \ on cannot barrel them place half a loot of straw on a dry spot of ground and piie the apples carefully hi a l'?n?! heap and eover them with two ?>r throe inches of straw. I'he object of placing theiu in an outhouse opening t<> t!?** north is to secure a eool place, a dry tloor and shelter from rains. They are also to l>e removed to the cellar or fruit-room before freezing weather. Hut* to Tell l>l|?litlierin. A doctor says: " 1 was called out of hed past midnight to go four miles in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1883

FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16. 1883. NO. 15. ?xlein (/[imes-^tflisler (CONSOLIDATED.) . IS PU3L18HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 pect ANNU.il. J.T.CRABTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Killiorit nn?l Proprlrlom. lUVEK'I'lMlNU KAI'KV rmn?lfni running !?.?? than sixty days?will be inoerieu ,il the raw ol7">cl* per s?juaru for the tlrxt Insertion, au<1 it) cent* for ?ach additional lu-H.-riloii. Special rates for m longer period. PrafmMluaKl or oilier cards, occupying oue square. or loss, ?u? year, $12.UU; nix lUoutliM, llirw month* |.i.W. linger 11 UnrUwiaenU sultjoct U> special contract. tM?ltu*rle? Crlbnlen of K?*n|mm-I, vnen tliey exceed leu Hues, will l>c charged for at tlie rate of 5 cent* per line for all *uch WMM, All 4'ntM must be on metal foundation, when they will be lusertod without extra Charge. AdvsrtiueraentN to Insure Insertion In an> <lven Issue, nhould reach llilN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1883

^ulettf (Tinicrs^Ilciu^ftr. (Consolidated August 15, 1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1883. Q&>s\ The election returns aro being received at the otlice of the Secretary of the Commonwealth in Richmond. The Stale Board of Canvassers will meet on the fourth Monday in this mouth to canvass the turns. Congratulations from all parts of the country are pouring in upon Hon. John S. Bauiiouk. He directed the campaign with consummate ability and richly merits all the praise accorded him for organizing victory, Rev. Dr. J. B. McFekmn, of the M. E. Church South, .died in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, lie was one of the most celebrated Methodist divines in the South, besides being head of the publishing house there, lie served with honor as one of the leading chaplains in the Confederate army, and was a man of great learning and large experience in worldly matters. When in the army he was always in the thickest of the fight. We return thanks to the committee for an invitation t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1883

Jtfhw <?mes-$tfiisttr. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 188JI. [Entered at the PostotAce, in Salem, V*. a* seoond-clavK matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPS Orrgrrrnrm In mifl Around Nmrnt, nit'l Count)' Hntlcrw Hrlrltj Told. Wood! Wood!!?Those of our subscribers who promised to pay their subscription in wood would oblige us by bringing in a tew loads at once, tiring us some wood, people. Attention, I imochats.-1The Democrats of Roanoke county are requested to meet in the Town Hall, in tliis place, on Monday, November IS), (courtday), to confer upon a plan of organization for the Presidential election. Let there be a full turn-out of the people. We trust that all Roadjuster Democrat*, who intern! to support a Democratic President, will unite in the meeting. . R. W. Paok, Chairman County Committee. MKKT1NO OK SUPERVISORS ? The Hoard of Supervisors will meet In the court-house to-morrow (Saturday) the 17th. See advertisement. A Nick Home for Sale. Mr. Geo. W. Burnett wilt bell, at public auctku, on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1883

*liir?lcrc?l llor llitshitnil. 11 itntinuton. Ini>.. Nov. 2.?Charlotto K|)|)? was found guilty of mur dorin,* her husband lust June by administering poison. K|i|>h wasan ol<l nml wealthy bachelor. and was married to the murderess two months preceding his deal li. she previously having Nerved liim in the capacity of housekeeper. I lor punishment was fixed at imprisonment for life. Chicago commercial traveler nay* that in a small village in Northern Michigan ho to unci a notice pinned on the door of a store which road : " Gone to bury my wife ; will he hack in thirty minutes." The following is Artennis Ward's description of why lie courted Betsey .lane:?"There were many eireetin' ties which made me hanker after Betsey Jane. Her father's farm jined ourn. their cows and ourn aquenced their thirst at the aaiuc ?spring; our old marcs hoth had stars in their forrods ; the measles broke out in hoth familcs at nearly the time our parents (Betsey Jane's and mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1883

VOL. 18. ?f= SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23. 1883. NO. 1(5. ?$alem gimes-jgtQishr (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLI8HED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT ?2 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT, F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Kdllorn und Proprietor*. 4UVKKTIHIHII KATKft. rntu?lpui iilTertl?fwtnl??ll)o?? runuUw le?a Ihnu sixty days?will be lusertee ?i tli? rale o(7V)U per square fur the flint Insertion, mill V) cents for hmIi additional luiiurtlati. Si>crlal r*1#* for u longer p*rioO. PrufM?livaitl or other cards. ixcutpj-in* oae ?|u?re. 01 less, one year, IlliJU; tlx months, f7.w; three moulhi t->.W. Ixtnger a.I vertldeiuenU subject to special coutract. Obltiiitrle* itml Trlhntes of R?*?|?ee?, -then they eicewl tei? llneN, will be charged Tor at the rate of 5 ceuts per line for all audi ?ton? All < uU must be on metal foundation, when they will be luserted without extra charge. Advertisement* to Insure Insertion In an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1883

fulfill (Tw\n- ilci\i<itcr. (ConBolldttted August 15, 1H83.) Kit I DAY, NOV KM HKK St, 1K83. 1 l^4 Election returns have been receive*! from every county in thin State, ami the Legislature stands as follows: Senate?Democrats 25. Coalitionists 12, vacancies 3, (line, Martin and Stevens, Coalitionists, who are disqualified.) House?Democrats G5. Coalitionists 35. It will be seen the Democrats have a two-thirds majority in the Senate. In the House, one Coalitionist from Appomattox, and another from Buckingham, will doubtless be unseated on the ground of fraud, which will also givo the Democrats two-thirds majority in the lower House. \\ t wonder where Bkn HotlSR will turn up next. If the State of Massachusetts should tic a rock around his neck and throw him in the Atlantic, two to one he would turn up in China, with all his usual check, and go to war with France. In taxable property the treasury of West Virginia has gained over $2,500,000 by the reassessment of the railroad p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1883

<?nlem (ginies-Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. [ Kate red at the PostofDoe, In Salem, Va. uiwoond-oluH matter.] LOCAL AFFATBS 0(r?rrf>ff? In na?l Aroao4 Mni?n>, nnd C?n?t7 Niitlm Brlfllj Told. To Busine*?h Men.?Those of the business men of Salem and Roanoke, who have attractions in Christmas goods, and want to advertise them, should do so in tM|KKf(fto-Rnttl8TRRas it has the largest circulation of any paper published in the county. t>o send in your "ads." In time for our next Issue. Sai.K POSTPONED.?Th#? hhIp of the engine and saw mill advertised by I>. B. 81 rouse, trustee, to take place on the 17ili Instant, has been postponed until Friday. November 30th, when It will certainly take place. See advertisement. Millinkhy, Notions. Ac.?The attention of our readers Is called to the advertisement of Mrs. M. E. Hanger, dealer in millinery, notions and fancy goods. Mrs. Hanger has a idee stock of these goods, and advertises that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1883

For mo ?full my fortune as it may? A eomf >: t and a strength it is to know That wheresoVr 1 go There 1* the mine heaven over me on high, Whereon hi faith to tix the Rlmly eye , The siimc bwcw for prayer. The same God, always present, everywhere ; Ami if no home, yet everywhere tli?? bed Which fiirth makes ready for the weary I tea*I. ?Hubert Sviithry. Alto ii I lining. When one is still young and in health it is natural that death should be an ohjeot of fear, but it is not true that those who are very K.ck fear the end. Dr. Griswold, an eminent physician, who has seen many deathbeds declares that the dying do not fear death, but- rather desire it. To pass away when the time comes is in the order of nature, aud we all submit to the inevitable without a murmur. Nor is it true that death is attended with any superstitious terrors, for strangely enough, al! physicians agree that the dying think of the past, not of the future. Death itself is not painful ; there is no pang of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1883

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FIUDAY MORN INC NOVEMBER 30. 1883 NO. 17. #'/<" >i. .ims-gegisici (O130LIDATE0.) 18 PUBLISHED CVLKT FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PE& ANNUM. j.t.crabtree. chas. d. denit, F. O. WEBI3EH. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Mlmm nail I'royrirlorii. lUVKKI'IMMU UA IKK. I>n*?temt va>?riiit#iiu>nU-tboN? cu?dfcya?wlll be Inserted ut tbe nti tn*1ot? per ?i?uo lor the flrgx In?>*cUou. aud o?-uu> r..r ere! *cklit'ou4i fn?ertiei> r^toa lor * ioti??r parted. *?r oit'i. .-arrt.. ? venvrlnt on* Mu?n>, or l??. ?*? yi*' tlM? ?1* months, #3.80; Mire* most he U.M. lA>ut?r ad vertla?m?nU to epeclsl femtract. UaltaarlM ??? frll>al?H of Roop^t, *heu they exceed tea IIum, will be chauriied ojiii* *?* QAU*L W??H ?>?<.)* *>.**) "-?Tni Wheta iney Will be ln>v?C?f<l without extra charge. Advertisement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1883

<?;i Itnf (Consolidated August IB. 1863.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER30, ISM. ? Both the National Congress Rnd the Virginia Legislature will convene next month. The first nauied on the first Monday and the second on the first Wednesday of December. The voto of the State as carefully compiled by the Richmond Dispatch, from official and unofficial sources, reaches the enormous total of 271,836, by far the largest vote ever cast in Virginia. Of this the Democrats polled 144,880. and the Mahoneiten 126,951. In the light of these figures the man who still avers that there was terrorism or intimidation in Virginia is either a knave or a fool. Hon. ^.bkam Fulkekson's friends have announced his name in connection with the Auditorshlp, but the Colonel has stated to a newspaper reporter that ho does not aspire to, nor will he accept, the position. The contest for Speakership of the National House of Representative*, is waxing warm. The candidates for tlio position arc Randall, Carlisle and Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1883

^n!em jgimrs'$egisftr FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 80. 1888. [Entered at tho Postotfioe, in Salem, Va. aaseoond-olaas matter.] LOOAL AFFAIP8 Orrnrrrnrrn la ??<! Ar*na4 Hairia, Ccnnty Matters Briefly Tel?t. Ducks charts everybody with beSiiK A "quack," and there are but few who are exempt from the gosling accusation. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Id certain* lv an exception to the rule, as It In no doubt the greatest remedy offered to a suffering |>eople. List of Lkttbrs.?The following 1* a list of letters remaining in the postoffice, at Salem, uncalled for, for the week ending November 24th. 1883: C. A. Brown 2, Eliza Ranks, Jlnnie Claytor, Ellen Ilouter, M. II. Haveaty, Mary Hawnes, J. 0. B. Palmer, Araininter Prleat, Henry Scruggs, James Williams, F. J. Welsel, Presston Watts. Union Servicer.?There were union services in the Lutheran church last Sunday, commemorative of Luther and the reformation. Two unusually tine historical sermons were preached. One In 4hi? morning by I)r. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1883

llontitl by n?<ik?Ml ItnrglKr*. A Be I vide re (N. J.) special ways: A mn?kc(1 luifytary was committed last night at the house of Enoch Belles. near Delaware atation. Four men heavily masked entered the house early in the evening, with drawn revolvers, and tied Mr. Belles ami his housekeeper, the only inmates. One stood guard to prevent thoir makiug an outcry, while the others ransacked the entire house, looking for money. They got$l.r?0, and trie<l U> make Belles'tell Vhere there was more, hot lie insisted that was all he had, and finally the men departed, leaving the man and woman bound and afraid to make an outcry, lest the burglars should return aud put into execution their threat to kill them. The men dropped a bottle of medicine in the yard. It had been purchased in the afternoon, and this is about the only clue to the identity of the burglars. A daring case of garroting and robbery took place at midday in New York yesterday in front of the Tom...

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