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

A Wreath of Reptile*. MR. FENTON THOUGHT IT WAS MADE OK COKD8 WHEN IIK I'U'KKD IT VP. When J ere. Fenton, of South Orange, N. J., whs walking with his Utile nine-year-old daughter in a small plantation uear his house the other tiny, he hhw what looked like a wreath of variegated cords lying at the foot of a true. It was about ten Inche* In diameter and perfectly circular. Supposing th;*l Mouie children at play in the woods hud woven it and carelessly tlung it away, he picked it up and playfully crowned his little girl A-ithit; l>ut there \*n* a cold, clammy feeling about the thing that the child did not like at all, and as it touched her forehead she hastily shook it oil". Theu Mr. Kenton made a more careful examination and was considerably startled to ilnd that what he had mistaken for a cordage wreath was very much like a doublo-headed snake. The two heads wero exactly opposite each other on tho circular band ; hut Mr. Fenton soon perceived that each head was attached t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 January 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1889. NO. 17 ^ a lent (Times* It ci\ir;tcr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY !?' H1DAY M OUN 1 N O, At ftl.rio l?or Your, STIIICTL V CASH IN A I> VANCE. J/not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CHABTREE. CIIAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEUBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?*ul?liNliorN nntl I'ropr lef orw. AI>VKitTlMINU ItAlCS. Trnniioiit 4ilvortlo4>inrnU?those runnli)i(l?M>thftn sixty days?will bo Inserted 8t the rat? of75cts per square for the first Ins >rtlon,and 50 coot* for each ?<MItlomil Ink "iiUD' Kpcc'al i ?te? for a iv>uu??r period. Cro'csMtri'Hl or otbor cwiU. orcupyliti i.-: square, or !?;*?, one y*tu, JlJJXH. six ni,?ilh?, 17.50; tbreo months $5.00. Longer a l\or*'semeuts subject to?pocial contract. Obltu'i-lc* ikinl Trlbulfn ?f Kosperf. when iht-> exceed ton linos, will bo charged lor at tin ra'e ?>f 5 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 January 1889

?nhii( fgiitits-gieQisiw. Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, lssi>. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. COUNTY It 0 ADS. We arc pleased to note the hearty co-operation of the Roanoko Timet on the subject of county roads. What is a " back country " worth to the towns and cities unless there aro good roads over which the inhabitants can haul their produce to market? If the avenues of travel leading into Roanoko and Salem were put in thoroughly good condition, <ve would be armed with the best possible inducement to the ciass of settlers we now seek to interest, namely, the farmers from tho West, Northwest and North who aro accustomed to good roads and who will not live in any country where easy access to market is not afforded. Wo think this agitation especially timely, and though this paper has never lost an opportunity to speak a word for road improvement, yet wo more than over urge upon our Supervisors the importance of exercising...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 January 1889

?;tUm <j~intc.'i ~ it r;iisIcr. FRIDAY. JANUARY 11, 1880. Kutored at the PohIoIWoo, In Salein, Va an *econd-cla?M matter.] LOCAL. AFFAIPS mil I q "O A T> I> w?t on fll<? nt o?*v TlIlS PiLI:J!*xL r. lev.,-a a>o. h A lv.-rtl.lnKMur,-mi< lOSprilo*??.l!u* ivuvrucu uuy bo luuuo lor it l^i >i?W xuiitv* It !?? amusing to see people with their face ?lrawn as if they had swallowed a feather and It was tickling their lungs and they would be happy if they could only sneeze. Now, there Is no need of "making facei." A bottle of Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup will draw your face back Into a smile. Pretty Good for One Month. ?During the month of December last the sum of $S<5.50 went into the treasury of Saletn as a result of tines imposed by the Mayor. 44 This," said Sergeant Frier, 44 is the largest amount ever collected by the town in one month for lines." Hardware at Cost for Cash. ?In order to clone our business pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 January 1889

Driven to Insanity. Chicago, December 29.?There was a sad chapter to-day in the case of the stolen child Tessio Redmond, tho pretty golden-haired four-year-old daughter of John Redmond, a blacksmith. This afternoon the father, driven crazy by worry and auxioty aud his fruitless efforts to recover his child, was adjudged insane in the County Court and committed to a private asylum. Ou May 22d last Tessie was playing in front of her father's house ou State street. Her playmates saw a woman in black approach Tossio and offer hor sweetmeats. When they turned around again the woman and child had gone. The father has travelled all over the United States in his efforts to run down tho slightest semblance of cluos. First Locomotive in America. The locomotivo known as the Stourbridgo Lion was the first locomotive ruu on this continent. The occurrence took place at Honesdale, Pa., August 0,1829, on the mine railroad of tho Delaware and Hudson Canal company. Tho locomotive was one of three bui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 January 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1889. NO. IS, j|ulem ^imes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY r It IDA Y M O It N I N ? , At 1*1.BO I'cr Your, UTRICTL Y CASH IX A D VANCK. Jf not jmiii in advance will he charged. T.CRABTREE. CM AS. L>. DEN IT F. G. WEUUER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'hUHhIhtn mid k'ropr let orn. ADVKIU'IMINU ItATKS. rrnii?i?nl \?l? ?<rl iscHtcnfn ? those running loss than sixty days?Will be Inserted hi the rate of7Soto per square for the ttrst Inh rtIon, and Vi cents for each additional lu- ? irtlou. Specl?! rate* for ? longer period. l*r??OMNion?tl or other cards, occupying one Mquare, or less, oue year, II2.UU; nix months, #7.50; three months &5.00. I.ong?r a IvertUeinents subject to special contract. Ohltiutricn nn<l I'rlltulei* of Kenpeel. when they exceed ton linos, will be char teed lor at the rate of 5 cents per Hue for all such excess. All 4'ntH in list he on m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 January 1889

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. AKE YOU INTERESTED J How to improve the condition of the roads in this county is now the all-absorbing question with many of our citizens, and we surrender a great part of our space to-day to communications on this subject. The imperative necessity for good roads is a self-evident proposition, and the problem of how to secure tbem can be solved by a full turn-out of the citizens at tho mass-meeting to be held in this place next Monday, and by united and determined action. To any ouo who has traveled on a good McAdamized road, and then on one of our mud pikes, no argument should bo needed in support of this action, and a people who respond so promptly to the calls for political meotings as do the people of Itoanoke county,ought certainly to attond largely next Monday's meeting, which is of far greater importance to us, individually and as a county, than any political meeting can possibly be. We regard the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 January 1889

jg,i Urn jgimes-gtgistrr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18,1889. Hntered at the PostotBoe, In Salem, Va as second-class matter.] LOCAL APPAIPS ?I'll 14 V APVV m?r h*fnond on fll* n t XiLLO r ttt XjXV p. faowrit * Ou t Kmiairf A>lv<Tti<ltiK nuiv?u f 10Rpnicc 8t.>. whort> n.lv.-H NIm* cuuliucu uisr U? ?M>W Iwc 11 IN iNiVV VUKK. Seethe notice. In another column, of Wiu. McCauley, commissioner. The prettiest sight in the world Is a pretty woman's foot in a Jersey Lily boot, and .since I)r. Hull's Cough Syrup cures all sorts of colds all women can wear them. Now is Salem's Opportunity. ?ity the eontract of the Roanoke Street Railroad with the Melroee Land Company, the track will be laid and cans running to within four miles of Salem by the 1st of August. Let us strike while the Iron is hot, and have the cars In Halem by the 1st of Sofiemher. Delays are dangerous. You, gentlemen with capital, and ye, our City Fathers, what do you say ? T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 January 1889

NEW TEAK. book of tho now year Is open. Its pages are spotless and new ; And so, as each leaflet is turning. Dear children, beware what you do. Let never a bad thought be cherished ; Keep the tongue from a whisper of guile; And see that your f.iecs are windows Through which a sweet spirit shall smile. And now, with the new book, endeavor To w l it** its white pages with care ; Each day is a leaflet, remember. That is written, then turned?beware ! And if on a page you discover At evening a blot or a scrawl, Kneel quickly aud ask the dear Saviour In mercy to cover it an. The Vnat Captured (lie Train. HE CHEWED THE HELL CORD AND HUTTED A 11KAKEMAX OFF AND KILLED HIM. Lakamie City, Wyoming, Jan. 7.?The overland fast freight train on the Union Pacific Hoad yesterday brought in the mangled body of James Sumner, a brakemun, who had been thrown from the top of the train by a goat while the train was at a high rate of speed. The animal belonged to a theatrical company, and got on the train a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 January 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1889. NO. 19, ,g,;ilem ginier,-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F 111DA Y M <> 11 N 1 N ? , At tgil.SO I*?r Ycur, STIilCTL Y CASH IS A I) VANCK. J/ not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'ultlIhIktm ami I'roprlrlorn. AUVKKflMINU KAl'EK. rr??"?lo?*? t<l v?rlNriurnta-thoDft running lessthan sixty days?will be Inserted Ht the rate ot per square for the tlrst Iuk rtlou.and SO -ents for each additional 1 ua -rtlou . Special rate* for a longer period. ?'rttli'wtiiuiil or other cards, wcupyln# one square. or less, one year, $12.00; six month*. 17.30; three months SA.OQ. I/ing?r a I vertli*ementK Hubject to special contract. ObltiiHrlrit nnd I'rllmtes ol Mespeel, when they exceed ton linen, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 oent? per line for all such excess. Ail CiiIn must be on metal foundation, whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 January 1889

fulfill ^inteS'^egist^} Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 2">, 1881). CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. KEEr IT UP. Tho agitation of the road question has assumed a shape that promises to brhig forth fruit. But don't stop there; keep it up. Good roads,aside from being a great convenience (they would be a luxury in this section now) would add much to the value of tho realty of the county. Increase In value means increase in revenue; therefore whatever may be spont on the roads, if prudently, judiciously and honestly done, would not be lost. Our present roads are a standing di*graco to tho county. Thore is no comfort in that fact, but fact it is. If possible they should bo permanently improved, and whatever is done ought to be well dono. If it caunot be well done, it had better not be done at all. But wo havo confidence in the success of the movement in this direction. NOT MVCH. Our esteemed contemporary, the Lynchburg Virginian, which can alwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 January 1889

Jfafcirt <$iiius-%$egister. FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 18*9. Entered at thu Postoftioe, in Salem, Va an second-clays matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS TOTS P APT5H. foaTvi on ?t o?v f *lX? J"ffL*? Howytf it Oo ? HvrnwaSS A<lvortlHliii( Itiinwii (!0Sprrio* at.). wh?-r.> atl^rrtliiln* cvuuiau uu/ bo uwJo tur 11 IS NLW YOltH. That fat man, who the ladies declare is the handsomest mat) in Washington, used to bo an invalid, but ho took to hard drinking, not of whiskey, but of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, ami now he walks right over tlio very slenderest dudes, and don't care at all. Residence Sold.?The large brick residence owned by Mr. J. C. I)eyerle, on Union street, near the depot, has been purchased by Mr. Thomas I. Preston, superintendent of the Salem cannery. The price paid, we learn, wa3 ?3,000. Sick headache is readily cinod by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which tones and regulates the digestion, and creates an appetite. Supervisor Appointed.?Judge W. Griffin, of the county cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 January 1889

Cannibal* About to Eal Hlim, llt'T TIIK HOY ESCAPED AN!) IIA8 UEEN NEARLY A HOUND THE EARTH A Wabash (lnd.) telegram says: Henry M. Strohm, son of Abraham Btrohm, of New Paris, Intl., who whs last year captured and held prisoner by cannibals on the island of Gaun, one of the South Sea group, whence lie finally made Ids escape, bus been beard from. He Is now on his way home, and when ho reached this Statu he will have completed the circuit of the globe. Young Strobm has had many startling experiences during his long voyage. He left home March 2, 1887, to see the world. He did not run away, but the consent of his parents was given reluctantly. The boy was only sixteen years old. He made his way to San Francisco, where ho shipped before the m*1' on a whaler bound for tbe Antarctic Ocean. He did not find life on the ocean wave all that his fancy had painted. He was subjected to rough treatment, at which he robelled. When the vessel put in at the Island of Uaun, Strohm watched his opport...

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

VOL. 23. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1889. NO. 20. ?ahm <gmes-$rgisttr. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MOllNINO, At *1.00 Per Your, STRIC TL Y CASII IN ADVA NOK. If not paid in advance 92 will be charged. T. CRABTRKE. CHAS. D. DrifclT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTKEE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publishers and Proprietor*. AUYEK'fIMINU KATES. rr?i?l?nl AdvertlMinenU?those runnlng less than sixty will be Inserted st the rate of 75ct* per square for the tint In. s?rtlou,and V) cents for eaob additional Insertion . Hpoclal rates for a longer period. rrolnraluuitl or ottier occupying one square, or less, one year, $12.00; six mouths, 17.50; throe months l&.OO. Longer a IvertUemonlH subject to special contract. Obituaries i*n?? Tribute* of KetPMt Wheu they eiceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rale of 5 centa per line for all such excess. All Cnis must he on metal foundation, wheu they will bo Inserted without extra ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 February 1889

galetii |pi?f?S-J?f0t8% Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. UNJUST CENSURE. Last Thursday night the Liquor Dealers' Association of thiB State, held a meeting in Richmond, and discharging what they doubtless believed to bo their duty. Governor Fitzhugh Lee and Mayor H. K. Ellyson, of that city, appeared before the meeting, and made addresses, urging only that the whiskey dealers pay their t^xes in money and not in coupons, as they had been doing. For addressing this meeting, even with 8U"h patriotic motives, these gentlemen have called down upon them the censure of a certain class of people in ? way that we regard as unjust. In his address in this place last Friday night State lecturer Dutton, of the order of Good Templars, referred to the actions of Gov. Lee and Mayor Ellyson in a manner calculated to prejudice his audience Hgaiust them, and to leave those who hoard him under the impression that these gentlemen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 February 1889

&altm jgimes-gegister. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1889. Entered at the Postoffioe, In Salem, Ye km second-class matter.] LOCAL APFAIBS ThiS PAPEB. w m fi? ?? o?v >?>w.U ? Own Newum|>t-r ,A.< v.?r? IkIvr lluromi MO Bpnur StA wh??rt? advrri I?1 tig Mnlraci* iumjt Ui uu?Oj lor It l.N NkW Villi It. They ?ay Blgelow is suing "Bettie and the Baby" fur hair of their gift money, but the baby don't rare a sou, ?o long as it can got plenty of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. The Hand points t* the npace of F. W. Brown A Co. to-dty, but if you are wine you will wait until thoy put something there next week that will point to a big Having in your pocket book. Remember that. Religious.?We are requested to announce that Rev. J. It. Bridges, of Lernburg, Va., will preach at the Presbyterian church, morning and evening, next Sunday, the 3rd instaut. All are cordially invited to attend. California evaporated pears, sliced and cored?the most delicious things ou...

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

List of Transfers. ?The following is a correct and complete list of conveyances admitted to record by the clerk of Itoanoke comity court at and since the last preceding term, December, 1888 : John M. Kestcr ami other* to P. L. Powell, four and three-fourth* acres of land. P. L. Powell to J. W. S. Cro?ting, four and sixty one-hundrelhs acres ul land. Wm. 8. Pollard and others to George L. Gray, lot in Vinton. Charles I. Luu>ford to M. A. Deering. real ettate. Edward J. Leyborne to Wm. M. Dunlap, real estate. M. F. Camer to R. M. Jones, lot in Vinton. James W. Magee and others to John A. Spes-ard, interest in real estate. it. P. Lake ond others to A. J. Fore, Sr.. sixteen thousand nine hundred and ninety square feet of land. B. F. Tlnsley and others to I. M. Ferguson, lot In Big Lick. Wm. J. Blair and others to Wm. E. Bibb, real estate. Aun E. Percy to S. F. Carter and others, lot in Salem. Home Building am1 Conveyance Company to Wm. J. Blair and others, real estate. S. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 February 1889

' VOL. 23. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 1889. NO. 21. ^dhin ([imcs-IIegistcr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBL18HED EVERY 1?' III I) A Y I?I O It IN I IN O . At 81.5<> r*c*r Year, STJSK TL Y CASH IS A D VANGK. If not paid in advance will be charged. T.CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. UENIT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, I'llbllslierN himI Proprietor*. 4UVKK1IMIKO KATEM. rmu*l*ni V?1 vor t Hhoiiioh tw?thono runultirf le?NIhttn nlxty day*?will bo Inserted a, tue rnt** of 73ci* per s?;uare fo- the flr?t tun Ttlon, and V* cents fur ouch Additional Ina irtlon. Special rate* for h loiter period. l*r?r<>mlottnl or other cards, occupying one square, or letts, one year, 812.00; six month*, $7.60; three mouths $.r,.00. IiOng?r a I vertlsouientK subject to 4|>cclal contract. OblliiitrleR hm?? I'rIUiileM of Kenpeet. when they exceed ten llues, will he charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such wxroHH. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 February 1889

Ma1ett( gZinfes-jgegistft. Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, FKBRCARY s, 1S81?. CHAS. D. DBN1T, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. MAKE BUSINESS. Mr. Ash ton Starke, President of the Richmond Exposition, iu his address at the close of the Exposition, gave utterance to a business thought of great importance to our State and we wish to use his words as a text fori* 41 curtain lecture" to our people. Said Mr. Starke: 44 Why permit this magnificent storehouse of raw materials to be preyed upon by other States; why not conserve our natural wealth and manufacture our woods into furniture; our leather Into shoes; our iron into rails, wheels and tools; reduce our lu&d and z\ne into marketable commodities needed at home, and so throughout the list?" Why not encourage manufacturers to como among us and retain the cost of transportation, the profit of fabricating and the cost of shipping to u? again ? Why not make our State selfsustaining and turn the balauce of trade In our f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 February 1889

patent $imes-$$egister. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1889. Kntered *t the Postotflce, In Salem, Ya as seoond-claas matter.} LOCAL AFFAIPS III If Tfl T> A T> PT> tnftT ?w? fowvt on ni?? xt o?\ Xiua riur utv iriuwrii *.??? st-wuMu-r A<!v?rtli?tn'r I^irwMi (10 Jpnio* 8t. V wVn> ikI ?-crt l*lt'U ' cuuitacw !??/ l*i uu?i i**r Ik l.V huW VUUUt "A month ?go I ?*?< happy P* l? I!??* dcclara'ion of Bryui W. 1'roclor, the po et. So were lots of other folks, who ure now telling pvoplt) In decided nasal tone'*: "Got a toad In tny head.** IJ?>t there is mill happiness to bo secured ; a bottle <>f Mr. H il'"* Cough Syrup will cure any eoo^h or cold. On Thei tt Track ?Wo und^r stand that a detective has been employed by the Town council to ferret out the parties who have recently been amusing themselves by breaking the street lamps and that he has does which will probably lead to the detection of the guilty p...

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