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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 September 1888

Tli A DEMOCRATIC NECJRO HIS HAND AN!) DECIjAREH IT CURED 11IH 1'AIN. An incident of President Cleveland's stay in the mountains enjoying tho bass fishing, \va* the reception he met with, from an old colored man. Soon after the President's arrival at Eagle Hock,a gentleman told him that there was a Democratic negro outside, who was anxious to speak to him. The President looked out upon the crowd of open mouthed dsrkics standing around and said : ?' 1 have already picked him out; yonder he is," aud he pointed to old Patrick Reynolds. Patrick was the one, and at the President's biding he eagerly stepped iu aud grasped his hand. He was highly elated over this, and stoutly declared that the touch of tho President " cured de misery in his hip dat's been troublin' him so long." He stoutly refuses to wash his hands lest the good efleet of tho President's | touch should be removed. An Explanation. What is this "nervous trouble" with which so many seem now to bej afflicted? It you will rememb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1888. NO. 2, ^ulein (gimcx-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HED EVERY F III I) A Y MORNING. At 91.BO Per Yiuir, STRICTLY CASH /A* ADVANCE. 1/ not paid m <1 Ivancc ?- will be charged. T.CRAUTREK. C ,AS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, (?ubllsbera and I'roprlelora. A?VKKTININU RATEIC. rrnnolont A* v?r*laeni?wf?-t??0*e sin* less than sixty days?will be it. ?Tio rate of 75oU per square for the first In- ? ortlon.and60 oenU for each additionalInirtlon. Special rates for a longer period. " rrofewlonal or other eardl, one square, or loss, one year, $12.00, sl* munllm ?7.60: three months t->.00. Longer Advert"-omeuU subject to special contract. Obltnartea and Trlbnlee of Respect, when they exceed ton llues, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cent# per line for all such '*?U cnt* must be on nietal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1888

(Consolidated August 10,1803.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i!l, 1888. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. PRESIDENTIAL JLECTI0N, 1888. FOR PRESIDENT: GHOVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT LAHUK. RICHARD F. BEIRNE,of Hanover. JOHN T. HARRIS, of RocklUKliam. FIRST DISTRICT. T. It, B. WHWHT, of Emox.. S*C0Nt> district, I) GARDNER TYLER, of Charles City. Tlltlll) DISTRICT. TAZEWELL ELLETT. or Richmond City. KOITHTH DISTRICT. WILLIAM Ik McKENNEY, of Totcrsburic. riTTII DISTRICT. 11. G. PETEIW, of Henry. 61XTH DISTRICT. W. W. BERRY, of Bedford. tSKVKSTII DtSTIlUT. MICAJAH WOODS. Albemarle. KIlJHTH DISTRICT. E. E. MEREDITH, or Prlnco William. NINTH DISRRICT. J. W. MARSHALL, offralK. TKNTH DISTRICT. It. B. POORE, of Appomattox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. Our candidato for tho House of Delegates to succeed I ho late Uiles C. Huffman is?tho nominee of tho convention, for ho will be a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1888

galem gimes-girgistrr. ? - - -t - - ? r FBIDAY, SEPTKMBEB 21, 18SK. Kntorod at the Poatottlce, In Haletn, Va ks neoond-elasH mailer.] ILOO^JL, AFFAIBS 111 II1Q "P A pi'D tnivr ho fnmv? on fllo *t rw>. JLXjLAD a ivx uA P. livwitll atOvl MewitMuwr < Aitn-rtMoRIlum?u(10Hpnuw SUA wh>-n? mlrort liliin cuutrucv* luujr l?o iumUo lur U IN JSIAV VUKK< Wood! Wood!!?A few load*of good, seasoned wood are wanted at this office. Some of our wood paying subscribers are retiuwted to bring it in as soon as possible. Public Auction Hale of personal property at J. J. Chlttum's on Burwell street, Saturday morning, 22d instant, at 10 o'clock. Be sure to go. Painful Accident.?While engaged In doing some work on a ladder last Monday, Mr. Ellas Murray, a respected citizen living near Salem, was precipitated to the ground, a distance of several feet, with such force as to dislocate his shoulder, making a very painful wound. We are glad to learn, however, that he I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 September 1888

\ Niit'?* I n% W. 1). lloyt A Co.. Wholesale ami Retail Druggists of 1 * ??',?gld; Wehave been ^Uing Dr. Kinj, rsew Discovory, Kloetrk- Bl??. ?" liuiklftD* Ariurti s"'y' r"r vcars Have never handled remedies that soil ns ..rll, or irivo such universe satisfaction. There have boon some wonderful ciirca yir^vH-il by those medicines In this city. 8ev? rui cases of pronounced Consumption ha* boon entirely cured by use of ? h'w bottles of l)r. King's Now Di-co very, taken it* connection with Electric !V?tt( r-i. Wo guarantee tln-m alvvay* Hold by W. T. Youmrcr. Nov W-y lliirrixon mill ????* W??rkli?H!??<*i?. Uelow wo copy an extract from a speech delivered by Mr. l^oon O. Bailey, of Indiana .Kills, in that city last week. Every workingmau In the land should read the stinging words that describe General Harrison's attitude toward oppressed labor in recent years. It is a trenchant indictment, stamped with the impress of truth, which ought to and doubtless docs mako tho Republica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1888

Jja/em ?imes'?egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY r It 1 1> A Y MOIININCU, At $1.60 I*or Yciir, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. J/not paid in advance f- will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS.D.DKNIT F. <3. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEKIT & WEBBER, I'ubl (altera i?*?d I'roprietera. AttVEKTlNIKU ItATEM. rraasleut \(lrfr??emcn??-thoii#run-?Inn IwithM al*ty daya?will be' . V?.? ni? of 75ota i>or suuare for Mie first luh VttenSSdwleuU for each additional luqrtlon. Kpeclal rates for a louRer perlou. " Profession"! or other card., one suuare, or less, one year, 112.00. six months 17.60; three months $o.00. Longer a 1 vortlvemenU MUtaJeol to special contrao . ni>i(iinrl4>* mid TrlbntM ?*" Hwpect. when they exceed ten line*, will he charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such "amV'iiI* must be on metal foundation. When they win be Inserted without extra ohArKO* Advertisements to insuro Insertion In any nl veil issue, should...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1888

?tah?( (OousolldHtiul August 15.10U3.) FRIDAY, SKITKMUEIl 2S, 1888. CHAS. D. DEN IT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Assoclato. A ?to. PRESIDENTIAL ^ELECTION, 1888. FOR PRESIDENT: QKOVERCLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN Q. THURMAN, 01110. PR MS I DENtlAL ELECTORS: AT LAIIUK. RICHARD F. BEIRNE, of Hanover. JOHN T. HARRIS, of Rocklngbnm ? .? FIRfST iustnic*. v\j J ; T. R, 1$. WRIGHT, of Kwex. 8KCOND DIRTHlCT, 1?. GARDNER TYLER, of Clmrle* City. THIRD DtfCIICT. TAZK^'KL.LKLtLitTTT*dt Jtlciimoiu! City. KOVUTII DISTIIICT. ( I W11.1 jf AM R. McK EN N EY, of l>et?TKt)iif k. ?> - XirTBDIHTWICT. / ? f .* II. G. l'ETERS, of Henry. eixm district." " W. W. BERRY, of Bedford JsKVKVTH blSTIUOT. MK'AJAH WOOl>S, Albemarle. V.killTII DISTRICT. E. E. MEltKLUTH; of Piluoo William. NINTH DIMtRICT. J. W. M ARslI Al.I., ofCrnlK. ?*, . TWTII DtSTIUt'T. 1?. It. l"OOHE, of Appomattox. FOli CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS, OK HALIFAX. ??-????__? Remember, Demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1888

?ahm jgimtn-jgtQisfrr. FR? OAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1888. Entered at the Postotllce, in Salem, Va hh .neoond-clasn matter.] LOCAL s inifTfl u * TJTJT) tnnr ?>r> frmnri on flto n? 0<w 11118 i iUr Iiiv i\Ju.w..u * oo? n.-wh|?|m>p A.I vrt win* Hur.-*u (10 8|.ni.-.? Nt_. k whm oviutiuU uwjr 1m iniulo (yc It IN MkW \OBK? Whiting School.?Pupils taught a good hand writing and photograph coloring rapidly?private loMons a socially ; also at residences. Apply tr Ha iicii, Office room 18, Duval House. Changed Hands.?The Camden Iron Works, in this place, recently conducted by Mr. C. 11. Strousc, have been leased by Mr. O. 1>. Oakey, who took charge of the enterprise on Tuesday. This Is a splendidly equipped establishment, and Mr. Oakey, who is one of our most energetic and progressive young business men, proposes to run it in full blast. ^ Residence Sold.?Dr. O. Wiloy has sold his handsome cottage residence, in this place, to Prof. L. U. Holland,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1888

PARTIZAS POLITICS. Whtt all it tli? M6<> ly t hi;t? Why dou'i yul lot :t fly? < Jive the ?^lii11 another flirt. And tbfin ?1.9 battlo-ory. Od, on \t itli the bloody shirt; Fling it to the gale ; Wo swear allcglance to the tliing(luawt, sleeve and tail. ?J ml ia napolin Send net. 11 Attn Wouk.?There is no real success in any pursuit in life without nurd work. 441 iind," said Living stone, the great missionary pxplon<r, when uddresfciug the ?pinuen of Glasgow, 44 that all eminent men work hard. Eminent geologists, mineralogists, men of science, work hard and both early and late." It matters not what position a man muy occupy, as a general thing, his labor will constitute the measuroof his success. Eminence in auy profession or calling is only obtained by toil. There te iiard, earnest, persistent work somewhere before this end is reached. It is not luck, but toil, not chance, but well dirocted labor that makes life a success. Not So Light AlU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5. 1888. "NO. 4 j$imes-?tgister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVEET FIIIDA Y MOHN1NO, At 01.no Pop Vosvr, HTR1CTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCK. If not paid in advance f2 will be chtiryeiL T. CKAUTRBB. CHAS. D. DBN1T F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTBEE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'abllthcra m4 Propriolort. ADVERTIHKNU BA1KN. rrM*lra( A4*ertU?nioaU?those runsing lews than slaty days?will be Inserted at the rate of75ct? psr iquu? for the first inn?rtlou,and 50 oenti for each additional Insertion . Kpeclal rate* for a longer period. l*rofessto??l or other cards, occupying one square, or less, month*. $7.50; three mouths 95.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. ObltnnrlM nn4 Trlbntea off BmpM*!. Wbou thev exceed ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all Much *^11 4'ntN must be on metal foundation, when they will be inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to lusure Insertion In any given...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1888

Muteii( ^iii(e.v-?tgis/^. i (Oomiolklatod August 16,1B83.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1888. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. webber, Associate. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 1888. for president: OROVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR vice-president: ALLEN O. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT I.AltO E. RICHARD F. BKIKNE. of llanover. JOHN T. HARRIS, of lUxklngbam. FIRST DISTRICT. T. R, B, 'WRIGHT, of Essex. second miTnict. 1). u A RUN ER TYLER, of Cbarlcn City. third district. TAZKWCUyELljhTTr, of Klchmond City. JCOURTU DISTRICT. W11.1,1 AM R. McKENNEY.of Poteroburg. riKTII DISTRICT. H, O. PETERS, of Henry. SIXTH DIRTItlcT. W. W. BERRY, or Bedford. SKVKNTIt DISTRICT. MICA.JA1I WOODS, Albemarle. Klfiliril DISTRICT. E. E. MEREDITH, of Prince William. NINTH DltRRICTi J. W. MARSHALL, of Craig. TKXTH DISTRICT. I?. IS. 11* ire, of Appomattox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH D18TR1CT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES: Z. F. NUTTER, OF CRAIG. Judge Waller R. Staples will speak in Salem on the 15th i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1888

&al*w ?iines-?egis(tr. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1888. Entered at the Poatolfioe, In Salem, Va aa aeoond-claaH matter.] LOOALi THIS PAPER A ? I wtuinn Burw?u (10 3|>roo<? St. Vwhwo ?< 1 v.-rt t?ln* ouutracM ut*j !?* umW l?r U IN KKW VUKK. A large number of dudes collected at an exposed corner last Sabbath, where the wind wag high, and caught cold?. Each little darling was speedily cured by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. The Prettiest you ever looked atl What? Why those elegant ladles' and Misses' cloaks at oct 5-tf z. Boon & Sons. Odd Fellows, attention.?We are requested to state that * full meeting of the members of Roanoke Lodge No. 100, I. O. O. F., is desired nsxt Tuesday night at their hall, as Important business will at that time come up for the lodge 8 attention. Rev. Leonidas Rohser, D. D.? This venerable and distinguished minister began a series of meotlngs In the Methodist church, In this place, on. Wednesday night. Many of the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1888

Anolht r "Tnwr' Kx|?omh1. MANUFACTURER WARNER ?IU1T8 T1IK KKIH'HIiU'VS PARTY AITER SUPPORTING IT FOR TWKSTV YEAR**. NO. tO, IjISPEN AHI? STREET, ) New York, Sept. 19,1888. \ To (he Editor of the Herald: 1 nm a Republican of twenty years' I standing. I havo uever voted any other tieket. To day, as a reward of my fidelity, I am the victim of various forms of oppression, extortion and robbery. 1 appeal to you to lay my ease teforo the people that they may the better understand the true situation in which all of us are placet!. 1 am an American manufacturer of tablo covers, piano covers and oth- ( or articles for home uso and ornamont. Tho raw material from which these goods aro made is wool felt. On this article thcro is a double tariff tax, one specific (weight) and one ad valorem. It is a tax for my oppression, but for tho protection of somooneeiae. It varies on different qualities of those goods from ono hundred to ono hundred and twentyfive per cent, or oven more. This rate of taxa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1888. " NO. 5 patent g[imes-$egisttr. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVERT FHID A Y MORNING, A.t *l.BO Per Yonr, STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. 1J not paul <n advance |2 will be chargcd. ^ - ? ? T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?>nbll?Ut>m and Proprietors. ii ?eggggaeggWB? advebtinino rates. one square, or low. Obe 13*'* ninniiiH 17 50; three month* 16.00. Lfonger -?Ivertls'ementa subject to special oon tract. AhllnarlM and Trlbntes of llMPMt, whmi they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent# per line for all suoh II fialn moRt he oil rnetRl (ouDdftUoli, When they wUl be Inserted without extra Advertisement* to Insure Insertion In any given Issue, should roach tblsofBce on or be? rore Tuesday of that week, Correspondence, containing Important news,solicited from all portion of the Htate. JOI) WORK. All kinds of Job Worlt exec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1888

Maltnt ?iii(ts-?egisttf. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1888. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. fKANK O. WEBBER, Associate. PRSIDNTiAL LECTION, 1888. FOR president: GHOVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENT1AL ELECTORS: AT LARGE. RICHARD V. BEIRNE, of Hanover. JOHN T. HARRIS, of Rocklugham. riB8T DISTRICT. T. R. B. WRIGHT, of FjwoX. SECOND D18TRICT. 1). GARDNER TYLER, of Cbarles City. THIRD DISTItlCT. Tazewell elletT, of Richmoud city. KOI'ltTIt DISTRICT. WILLIAM R. McKENNEY. of Petersburg, r I FT It DISTRICT* II. o. PETERS, of Henry. SIXTH DISTItlCT. W. W. BERRY, of Bedford. SEVENTH DISTItlCT. MICAJAH WOOPH, Albcumrle. EIGHTH DISTRICT. K. E. MEREDITH, of Prince William. NINTH DISRItlCT. J. W. M ARSHALL, of C raig. TENTH DISTRICT. II. It. POORE, of Appomattox. FOR CONORE88, SIXTH DISTRICT, TAUL 0. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES: Z. F. NUTTER, OF CRAIG. Un cce88ary taxation is unjust taxation.?PrcHdent Cleveland's Letter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1888

??altm {&ime&-j$egister. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1888. Entered at the Poatoflloe, In Halom, Va as second-class matter.] local appairs this p apee wzxs&z S~aSr John B. Gough, the far-famed lecturer, excused himself to an audience because of a bad cold, then started for Egypt In the hope of getting rid of It. Kgypt contains no remedy more certain In Its result than Dr. Bull's Cough Byrup. Wood ! Wood !!?A few loads of good, seasoned wood are wanted at this office. Sotno of our wood paying subscribers are requested to bring it in as soon as possible. Town Lots at Auction.?As will be seen by referenoo to the advertisement In another column, Mr. Francis Richardton, through J. R. Hockaday A Co., auctioneers, will sell at auction next Monday Are desirable building lots In Weet Salew, descriptions of which can be seen In the advertisement. A Verdict at Labt.?The Jury | In the case of Flshbumo and othors vs. H. 8. Trout, administrator of L M. Ferguson, decease...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1888

A Hint to tlie Protectionintn. j (Now York UeralU 11 ***1.] ) The princir protection nowspaper and Mr. Blaine's especial organ announces in yesterday's issuo that Mr. Maine returned from his European journey with 14 thirty-two trunks and twenty parcels and bag*." It is, of course, nono of our business what any gentloman who travels abroad may or may not bring home, provided ho pays for it and sees that the duty is paid. But Mr. Blaino is now making speeches about American labor and the results of foreign labor being imported to deprive our workiugmeu of their wages. In what possible mauner could a gentleman speuding a few months in Europe accumulate *' thirty-two trunks and twenty parcels and bags" unless ho made large purchases of articles made by foreign labor, and to that extent injured American workingmen? Under ordinary circumstances it would be no one's business what Mr. Blaine did or did not bring from abroad. But any listoner to Mr. Blaino on protection would bo within the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1888

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VAu J?nhm $imes-$egislcr. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED BVE&Y FllIDAY MO II NINO, At ?l.BO I?or Your, STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCR. If not patit in advance 92 will be charycd. T.CRABTREE. CHAS.D. DEN1T F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Pabllikeni and Proprietors. !_?<_ 1 ADVE?T18IM? BATES. frMil?nt A?1 vertl?emess*e?those runalng less than sixty days?will be Inserted st the rate of TSota per square for the first Insertion, aud 60 eenta for eaob additional Luanrtlou. Special ratesYbr a longer period. Professional or other oarda, occupying one square, or lesa, one year. 112.00; alx month*, 17.60; three montha 85.00. Longer advertlaementa subject to apecial contract. Obituaries and Trlbntee of R?sp?ft. when they exceod ten tinea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 centa per line for all aucb ?xeeas. Alt Oats must be on metal foundation, when they will be lnaerted without extra harge. Advertlaementato lnanre Insertion In any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1888

galeiq gintes-gegistft. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FltIl>AY, OCTOBER 19, 1888. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. PRESIDENTIAL JLECTI0N, 1888. FOR PRESIDENT: GHOVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT I.Alto K. RICHARD K. BE1RNE, of Hanover. JOHN T. 11AR11IH, of Rockingham. FIRST DISTRICT. T. K. 11, WRIGHT, of Ease*. SECOND DISTRICT. D. GARDNER TYLEtt, of Cbarlca City. THIRD DISTRICT. TAZEWELL ELLl.TT, of Mclimond City. KOIIRTII DISTRICT. WILLIAM R. McKENNEY.of Petersburg. riFTll district. 11. G. PET El W, of Henry. SIXTH district. W. W. UEltltY, of Bedford. SEVENTH DISTRICT. M It'A J All WOODS, Albouiarlo. KIC.nTlI DISTRICT. E. E. MEltEDITH, of Prince William. NIfCTH D16RRICT. J. W. MARSHALL, of Craig. TENTH DISTRICT. It. B. POOKE, of Appomuttox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. FOR UOU8E OF DELEGATES: Z. F. NUTTER, OF CRAIG. Unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation.?lYes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1888

&alem j&imts-&tQisftt. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1888. Hatered at the PoMtotlioe, in Halem, V? hh second-clans matter.] LOCAL AFFAIBS If U Ifl T> A WE may ho fomtwl on fllo nt n?wv X HlO JTOX n n? , H>IW(V|1 A WI iirouainf Ailri<nMiu(!lun?a(IOHpnK . St.), wh?-rr> (utv.-rUnlnn ouairacw luajr U> uumIo I or 11 IN NHW VUU1U ?? PUBLIC nrKAKIKV. Hon. J. Singleton Diaus, of Lynchburg. and Judge S. G. WILLIAMS, of Roanoke, will address tlic voters of this county at the times and places named bolow : At Vinton, Monday night, October22d. At Edlngton's Shop, Tuesday night, October '23d. At Hod Hill, Wednesday night, October 24th. At Cavo Spring, Thursday night, October 16th. At Catawba, Friday night, Oct. 26th. Turn out, people, and hear the Issues of the campaign well and ably discussed. Tourists to Yellowstone Park next season might encounter a Northwestern blizzard. If they aro wise men they will take a sup...

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