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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1888

M.U'1> AM) I. When Maud wm eight and I wan ten, Wh daily went to school together ! Wo little thought of trouble then, Norstopped for trille* or for weather. Sometime* I drew her on tnv sled ; To ford h brook I run boside her ; Oneo In my arm*, time sniftly tied ; 1 o*. ly wished the stream were wider: I used to help her read and spell. And wheu she grew a few years bigger, I had a huudied things to tell Or grammar, aad of "?uins" to figure. Now sinoo we both aro out of school. And she is rosy-cheoke?' *?nd tweuty, I cannot sLip the old-time rule; Our interviews grow In"" nml plenty. In tact, I met her twioo one day, And talked about our beiug older; She smiled in just tho sweetest way, And stirred my heart and made me bolder. Thero was an ugly stream to cross, Which always does boeel tho lover ; I thought of love, its gain and loss. And wond irod how I should got over. But fortune always helps the bold? In her blue oyosshone sunny weather; Wo both rejoiced we were so old,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, JDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30. 1888. NO. 12. &alem gimes-?eqister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FUIDAY M O It N I N G , At gl.BU Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1J not paid in advance f- will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, PublUbers Mud Proprietor*. ADVEKT18INCI KATES. rr?Ml?*t ran* nlug less than sixty days?will be Inserted wt the rate of 75ot* per square for the flrat Insertion, and SO cent* for each additional Insertion . Hpeclal rate* for a longer period. Pri>r??Mloiinl or other cards, occupying one square, or lew, one year, 112.00; nix monthv, *7.60; three months ?5.00. l*ong?r a lvertlaement* subject to special contract. Obllnarl** m<I Trlbntea of Respect, when tuey exceed ten llnea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all such ezceaa. . . , . . All Cn(? must he on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra Charg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1888

?xleiH Ogiiiirs-gfegisltq. Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. mahoxe\s threatened contest IN TIIE FEDERAL COl'RTS. Muhone and Quay are posing before tho country as statesmen zealous for the purity of elections! The former is said to have applied to Judge Bond to issuo a writ of quo warranto as a means of contesting the election of tho electors recontly choseu by the State of Virginia. For this purpose he has sought the ready and friendly aid of Quay, the National Chairman of the Republican party. The postion of theeo worthies in such a contest, the former believed by friend and foo alike to b? capable of any trick to accomplish his own selfish ends, and tho latter still reeking with thee orruptions of tho late compaign in which ho did more than any one else has over done to degrade tho public morals, is a"spectacle for god aud men." Why the election in Virginia, of whose fairness no saue man can have any daubt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1888

?nlem <?imes-j?egisler. I-'KIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 188#. Entered at the PoetotBce, tn Haleni, V? an ?eooud-ola?H matter.] local affaibs THIS PAPER To Uuwinenn Men. A* ?very shrewd bunlnoss mau always looks well before he invest# his money In anything, and especially in his mode of advertising, we have a few facts to narrate, to which wo ask the attention of BUSINESS men. The Times-K kg I8TEK offers inducements and a?lvantages as an advertising medium to the business meu of Salem a*ud Roanoke that no other paper in the county or city possesses. It Is the, oldest paper in the county ; it is tho county paper; it is read by the solid people of the country the farmers, mechanics, Ac., who look to its columns for the county aud city Q(>W8* It is an undisputed fact that newspaper advertlwing is the bent, tho surest, and the most direct way to reach all the people, and the best newspaper to advertise in is a live, progressive weekly. It has advantages over a daily in that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 November 1888

Varkiiig ' flutter in Brine aud How the Urine ln.Wadf. Says a tx>rreHj?oudent of HtxuriTs Dairyman: " Last season we packed our surplus butter on the following plan and fouud when we Hold in December, when the butter was unpacked for sale, it came out just as fresh and well tasted as it was when packed. We adopted the following method : Bought new pork barrels, scalded them thoroughly with boiling water, three dilTereut timoe, the last time coverod the barrel with a cloth to keep in the steam. L?et stand until the water cools, then rinse out the barrel with cold water, and the barrel Is ready for use. We mado a strong brine by boiling that would float an egg, skimmed ofT any skum that was ou top, and lot it stand over night. In the morning the brine would.be as clear as crystal. Butter was salted in tho usual way, one ounce to the pound. Made into fivo to six pound rolls, wrapped carofully up in cheese cloth and tied with cotton wrapping twine to keep the cloth in place. ...

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

= VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, V , FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1888. NO. 13. galem <?imes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HED EVERY FllIDAY MORNING, At ?i.0<> Per Yonr, STRICTL Y CASH JN ADVA NCE. 1J tiol paid in rutvance |2 will be charge<l. T.CRA.btree. chas. D.DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, lMibllnltora i*ml Proprietor*. kVKKTllIHfi IUTKS. rflfNl 0f73QW pvT Rfjunmiur vuw ui? n -rllon, aiioW oent* fot each additional Insertion. Special rates for a longer period. Profewatonal or other cards, one square, or lew, ?ne year, tia.^; "J* months. |7.(k); three month* 16.00. Longer u lvertlsement* subject to special contract. obltimrlM Trllmtee of /e?pe?t. when they exoeed ten Hum, will he charged lor at the rate of 6 cents per line for all such 4'utM must he on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra ohargn. Advertisements to ln&ure Insertion In any given issue, should reach thlsoffl...

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

fulfill ?Eiiiifs-$tgisttf. Consolidated August 15,1833.) Fill DAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBEK, Associate. A FIXE MESSAGE. President Clevelaud presented to Congress on Monday last his message, which was the most voluminous yet given out by him, and the I Times-Register can only give a synopsis of the great paper, lie begins it with the statement that with the expiration of the preseut session of Congress, the tlrst century of our constitutional existence ends, and then compares the condition of the country with that of a century ago, of the dangers now confronting the peoplo from trusts an?J monopolies. After a lengthy discussion of the evils of tho present tariff, he says: "A just ami sensible revision of our tariff laws should be made for the relief ot those of our countrymen who suffer under present conditions. Such a revision should receive the support of ail who love that justice and equality due to American citizenship; ot all who realize that In ...

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

?ulem ffiimes-Register. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1888. Kate red ?t Ihe Poetotfioe, In 8?lem, Va an H6ooud-olanH matter.] local affaibs Tins paper r&sJRT&s Sir, When old Judge Jowler was tucked In his little bed by Mrs. Mouser he couldn't sleep a wink until the excellent woman had brought a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Then he crossed his little hands and sunk in sweet repose. Don't fail to hear the Minstrels Saturday night. Wantbd.-Canvassers to canvat-8 In Roanoke and surrounding counties. Good commission paid. Business respectable, and none but men of intelligence and good address, with good references, need apply. J as. F. Bkavkhs, Ibo Box 3S7, Roanoke, Va. Sale of Personal Property.? The attention of our readers Is directed to the advertisement of Mr. JefT. D. Steele, to bo found elsewhere In to day's paper.) lie has a liuge lot of personal property which ho will sell *t public auction nex' Wednesday, the 12th Instant. Read the advertisement and attend th...

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

I'ifttlioN IVrnonlfled. 41 Oli, a l>4Chelor's life l? tho livlog for me," In the vot.g that lie merrily ui?K8, Ah he rtiDnragm round through the bureau with glee For buttons ami thinga. Ami " a aigh for tho poor, silly follows that wed," 1 h tho lay that ho carols ami chant*, Ah he nits iu his socks on the edgo of tlio bed. Fixing his pants. I mm iteration to Virjciuln. To the ^tctcspapcrs of Virginia : Satisfied that there is a vast area of uncultivated land in Virginia, a very largo j?art of which is not only arable, but fairly fertile; believing that the occupation and cultivation of this area by industrious, steady owners would glvo to the State a prosperity heretofore unknown, tho State Board of Agriculture, to which has been by an act of the last < Joneral Assembly committed tho Bureau of Immigration, with tho limited means at its command, has undertaken the patriotic task of attempting to secure purchasers for these uncultivated lands?tillers for these u...

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

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA? FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14. 1888. ?nltin jgiints-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVEEI FltlDAT MOUNING, At #1.00 l*er Your, 8TRICTL Y CASH IN AD VA NCK. 1/ not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, IMibllsbcrs ami Proprietor*. l ??? ADVKKTININU KATEH. rrnn*l?nt 4dv?rtl??wont??those ran* nlng less than sixty days?will be Inserted Nk the rate of7VcU per nqnart for lh? Inl Insertion, aud 50 cents for each additional inaertlon. Hpeclal rates for a longer period. Pr?r<>?itl?uiil or other cards, occupying one square, or lens, oue year, 912.00; six months, $7.50; three months $5.00. I/inMi a 1 vertlsements subject to special contract. Obituaries itud Trlbntrn of Kenpert. whon they exceed ten Hues, will be cbarged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All must be on metal foundation, when they will he Inserted without extra charge. ...

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

?>nleii( ([iiifS-ZJrQititqJ. Consolidated August 10.1B83.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1*88. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. ? Tbo information comes again that Mr. Jay Gould is in bad health.? Just what railroad i. ? has hi9 eye on in this sick new is not stated. The postmaster generalship might be put up at auction to satisfy a dispute. Tho court-house of Bland county, Va., was entirely consumed by fire on the night of the 5th instant. Part of the records wore saved. The cause of the fire is unknown. The flre was discovered at 11 o'clock. One of the difficult problems thai will have to solve itself, we presume, is what is to become of the hoarde of idle colored youths that belong to Fredericksburg, whoso members neither spin, nor toil, but yet eat heartily and llnd a place to rent their idle limbe.?.Free Lance. The same state of affairs exists here In Salem, whore not only you\J>s, but scores of able-bodied negro men may bo seen daily and hourly l...

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

ggiilttti (?imes-$egister. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1888. Buttered at tho I'ostotfiee, In Salem, Va an seuoud-olaaiH matter.] LOCAL .AJFiF-A-IiRS this paper r&rotfc? fists' The recent eyclones In the South and West have done terrible damage to life and property, but there's one comfort left?the people clamor for Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. When you want Fresh Oysters call on Wolfendeu. lie gets his direct from Norfolk. .* Watches, jewelry and silverware at Shafer's, Roanoke, Va. It 44 Men may come, and men may go," but the place for men, women and children to go for Christmas presents of every description is M. F. IIuITh, Santa Clang's headquarters, on College street. It h If you want pure whiskies for holiday uses, be sure to call at the Duval IIousc bar. They keep tho "Kentucky Bello " and Cleunuer brands. 2w Don't wait till the rush comes, but leave your order now with Maury Bros., the photographers, for a life-size portrait, or any other kind of a pict ure. 11-30-tf t No. 1 ...

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

One ol" I'lrixlM. Am Indianapolis special pays:? Perhaps the most desperate attempt to commit murder that ever occurred in this city took place between 1 ami 2 o'clock this morning in the bakery of John I\ Bruce, at 093 Virginia avenue. About three years ago Bruce, who is a highly reelected citizen, ti>ok a poor German named George Hacker into his employ and taught him the trade. Hacker gradually developed into a full blown Anarchist and Socialist, and he, when conversing on the subject of anarchy, would grow excited and abuuive. Bruce is an ardent Republican, and every time he would mention the election of (Jeneral Harrison and exhibit any gratification over the result Hacker would become violently enraged, lie was tolerated about the bakery, his ill temper being regarded with leniency. This morniug when Bruce entered the bakery to mix the flour for his bread Hacker, who had conccaled himself iu the room, sprang on him with a hatchet and a long kuife. He struck Bruce abo...

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

1 - - ?????? RIDAY MORNING, DECEM1JER 21. 1888 SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY VOL. 23. NO. 15. $niein ^iiiics-%jt$ir,ter. (CONSOUD*TEO> 8 PU BLI8HED EVERT K U^V iV MOHW1NG, A.* *41.00 l?or Year. STIift TIj y cam/ IN ADVANCE, tf noli>aid~tn odvantm %t tvUl he rharycti. T. CHA.UTKEE. CH AS. O. DEMIT V". o. WEBBER. CHABTBE'E, DENIT & WEBBER, k??Mi*b??r* ma I'Nprietor*. . . "j'l1. 11 'i... > ><< vmm. j L 4DVKK1'I?IN? KATES. " I rnmt?a( Advert Ixn-iuciita? those run*lrlion, uniUn "^nts for etrli ?d(1IUon*l loMiftoa. rtpeoial raton for a longer p?rto<l. Prufi'Mtonnl or other cards, occupying one H<juure, or less, one year, ? 12.00; nix ? month*. $7.50; threo mouths #5.00. linger a ivertUomouts subject to special contract. Oltluii?rl?M? nntl Trlbntew of Hmjtfct. when tliey exceed ten linos, will 1>b charged for lit t lie rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All i nto must tie on m...

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

?al'"l giines-gtuisfifi. | Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18K8. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBEK, Associate. CHRISTMAS. We wish for our readers a " Merry Christmas." The return of the season observed throughout Christendom as the anulvorsary of the world's Redooiner, very naturally awakens tender and kludly emotions. Siuco that eventful night when the angels sung " Glory to God in the highest, on earth, peace and good will to men," men have hailed the anulvorsarj of Christ's birth, and to show their good will, have feasted, rejoiced and bestowed gifts. Like other good things the Christmas toast has been abused, and has uo meaning to many persons except an an occasion of revelry. But properly observed, how delightful tho Christmas time may bo mado. Homes are brightened by the gathering together of long absent members: alVectlon strengthened by the interchangeofpresents?tokens of lovo?children rejoiced by the visits of Santa Claus. In the pleasant and genial...

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

galem <?imes-$gegisitr. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1888. Entered at the Poatoffloe, in Salem, Va as second-claw* matter.] LOCJAL AFFAIP8 Tins paper fistts A''wtUln* But?hui (10 Riiniw St. V?rVn< iuI wutacu im*/ U> i.?.^o Lut U IN NtiVV VUUiv Onr Week of -Rest.? For ypJ^ It has been the practice of till* office to Issue no paper during Christmas week, In otder that our hard-worked force may have a little rest and recreation?the only season In the year that is observed by us as a holiday. Our patrons will cheerfully Indulge us in this, we feel sure, and excuse the non-appearance of the TlmfxBroistkk next week. Demosthenes, the Grecian orator, cured his stammering by having his mouth full of pebbles, and many are the modern orators who have cured their hoarseness by an occasional dose of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. A puitable present for your busband, brother or friend?one of those nice mufflers, at Z. Boon A Sons'. " Don't Forget the Devil's to Pay."?On Christma...

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

El"Flt'S CHRISTMAS DKE.VM. Sue, Kitty, Ettto and Tommy had j been chatting aboul the coming1 Christmas; and, at timed, listening to grandma's little stories about Santa Claus, with his 14 reinde* r team," the " vule lej;," and the ChristiuHS stockings 44 filled with cakes, chestnut h, candies, ami toys." At the, end of grandma's story of Santa Claus, Master Tom?seven years old j ?declared that if 41 Old Santie" would bring him a hobby horse he i would ride him to 14 Banbury Cross." ! Sue and Kitty, of course, wanted, dolls, and candy, and nuts, and dough-nuts, and cakes?and?and? ?? But what does Etlie want?" inter-! rupted grandma. Tho eager children looked around, but Efilo was fast asleep in her little arm chair. She was smiling, ton, and Tom said : ?' She's gone to soe Kautie about what sho wants." Just then Sue picked up the kitton and put it into EtUe's lap aud woke her. Kitty said, ,4Effie, were you trying to bo a sleeping beauty, that you laughed in your sleep?" 41 I'd just a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 January 1889

VOL. 23 SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY ??/ ' ?? ' FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. 1889. gtalem gimts-Qtgister. (COTiSOUDATEO.) S PUBLIBHBD EVERY F It I 1> A Y >1 OllNINO, At igtl.SO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1J not paid in advaucc |2 will be charged. T. CRABTREB. CM AS. L>. DKNIT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, l*ut?ll<?ltcr? Hnil proprietor*. ? _ ? -?? .. ADVERT1N1XU KATEM. rrnnilrnl \?lTPrll*?>mi*nl?-tlK)8P running i uss than sixty day*?will be Inserted wt the rate of ;5ct* per square for the flrst lua rt Ion, and W? cents for each additional loaortlon. Special rates for a longer period. Profewicloual or other card., occupying one nquare, or less, one year, I12.U0; six months, #7.o0; three months $5.00. Loukii a.lvortlteiuentssubject to special contract. Obltnwrlea suri Tributes of Respectwhen,t hey exceed ten lines, will be charged lor tit t he rate of 5 cent* per line for all snob excess. All I'iiU must be on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 January 1889

Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY I, 188i>. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. THE NEW TEAR. Our readers will join us In bidding faro well to the old year, and in extending a greeting to the new. The old year lias passed away, never to be recalled, save in memory. Whatever it has been to ua in the way of pleasure and success, disappointment or sorrow, all is now past. To the future, tho year before us, let us, one and all, now turn,and with well laid plans and a determination to succeed, await with confidence the fruition of patient, earnest endeavor. Thero is a work for us to do, not only for ourselves, but for the community in which we live. Let us do It with a will. A HOPEFUL OUTLOOK. Railroads, aud especially the prosperity of our Southern ones, is a theme of great interest both North and South. Throughout tho West and Northwest, if we may trust the representations of our exchanges, the railroads are in a precarious condition. This is acco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 January 1889

jjgalein (ginics-ffiegisttr. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1889. Entered at the PostotHoe, In Salem, Va am seoond-ela*H matter.) LOCAL rrrrTT^ pAPER vWk. AlHhe keys of . Windsor Castle were recently ^olen. but ?w> ??'? "><*? inlcit. ro wltu the impkl Nile u[ Dr. Hull ? CoMith Syrup. ^ A Heinous Crime.?On the 27th ultimo Tom Boyd. a burly negro, was arretted near Cave Spring, In this county, upon a warrant charging him with attempting an outrage upon the person of his young daughter. It is stated that the girl stoutly resisted the attack of her inhuman parent, and was unmercifully beaten therefor. Boyd i? about fortj years old, and seems to have a mania for such trick-. He had previously been arrested upon the charge of a similar attack upon ids step-daughter, but was acquitted of that c'-argc. In our last issue we stated t'.at the firm of J. W. llarvcycuttcr & Co., deal ers In fresh meats Ac., had been dissolved, Mr. W. T. Younger, the silent partne...

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