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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 February 1889

LOVERS' NAMES. 1 If your lover's name in Harry 'Twon't bo long until you marry ; If he's tho uian on whom you're gone. You'll run no rink to trust In John. If Kick aril is your sweetheart's name, He'll likely bring you "wealth and fame. Should you wed a tuan named Charley, Kxpect a temper snarly. if one nil patient you expect, Joseph's tho name yoH must solect. There is no other name cau rank For loving loyalty like Frauk. To homely bliss if you incline, '"o some awoet William take a shine, if you seek tho fonil and true, Albort is the name for you. Dou't expect a steady head, If your tancy runs te Ned. If uuruUled you would know, Pick out laithful, honest Joe. Hlg Honey Tor a Pear Tree, Eight years ago Mr. Jackson Hupp, who resides at t Hamilton's old mill, between this town and South Boston,purchased of a nursery iu North Carolina a number of pear trees, which ho planted on the small farm belonging to the mill. While plowing in tho field among the trees the second year after they ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 February 1889

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.7 FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1889. (Times-1]ci\ister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I 1) A Y M 4> It IN 1 IV U , At 3ftl.no Per Yeur, STRI{ TL Y CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CHABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. G. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBEER, Publishers it ltd Proprietor*. AUVEKIIHINU KA IKN. rrniiolcnl Idvorllionifiili?those ran* nln^ Ie*ntliH i nlxty days?will be Inserted Ht the rate oi '.>cts per square for the flrst Itii>rllon,ati<l V? r>ent* for mroIi additional Int jrtlon. Special rule* for a longer period. ?? roressl???n?i .ii otlier cards, occupy'ng one square, or less, one year, SI2.UO; nix mouthv, I7..VI; three months 85.<X>. Ijonger ? I vert lsements subject to special contract. Obit ii or I e* ami rrlbnlf* ol Kmprrl, When they exceed ten lines, will be charged (or at t he rate of 5 cent* per line for all nucb ezcenH. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 February 1889

Mult"! \ Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1889. CHAS. D. DKNIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Aseoclate. ^ JLJ_. _? SALLM COMING TO THE FHONT. Negotiations are in progress at Salem wh oh demonstrates that there Is plenty ol lite In the old burg yet, and that the numerous predictions that It was dead and nearly read)* lor interment were tho >aporings of false prophets, who are usnf, ;Vrret\|MTchtHl on K'**1* boxo" with do !hat well. "a H" u,lwilll?K"e?? to The latent and most encouraging signs of a revival of busbies at Salem is the ?rMHn,i7Hl'wn ?f R Ijand Improvement of n?J whi Company, composed ? ?, ? u,oney. brains and business ?U ,S'lurlr- > r.? HeSVred opt'ons on fots ami lnrgH Unites uf laud for the purpose whn'i "i Wbe,4p buildiuK sites to all -rl'o to secure their own homes. ? company will have ample capital, a portion of which will ?*, ?*?d in tend* * iDK sites to manufactures, and In aiding a number of small industries by subtheir capital...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 February 1889

gahm <gimes-$egisftr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 188U. Entered at tho Postolllo?, In Svlem, Va as second-class matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS rmiTO "D A PPT? mnr tw? fowrwi on 111* ni n^tv iillo i fLir JCiiS* j" I(im i<!ltiOi>'?.Vw?M|rr A.lwrtUlngitttn-nu (WSpnuv St.i *'1teWfll?* oouirocu iuu/ bo iiumIu Iut it IN >L>V iUUIk? Jay Gould's woiuleiful new yacht will, it is said, be most completely and elegantly furnished. Among other useful and indispensable things ordered for it was a box of I)r. Bull's Cough Syrup. Mr. F. D. J?>huson, from the Soul hern Jewelry House of F. 1). Johnton ?fc Sons, Lynchburg, Virginia, will be at the dtore of John M. Evans on Monday and Tuesday next, the 18th and 10th of February, with a display of sample goods to take orders. See bills for distribution at Mr. Evans' store. Such an opportunity will not be offered again after tills month for such g-?ods. It Is a clearing out sale before moving Into their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 February 1889

A REVOLUTIONARY PUZZLE. Tho following is taken from a collection of odd rhymes and curious stories. It can be read in three different ways. First, read the whole as it is written ; second, read downward on the left of tho comma in tho middle of each line; third. read the lines downward ?*n the right of the comma. By the first reading the revolutionary cause is condemned ; by the other two it is praised : Hark, bark ! the trumpet Bound#, the din of war's alarms, O'ersoas aud solid greumls, doth call us all to arms, Who for King George doth staud, their honors soon shall shine, Their ruin Is at hand, who with the Congress Join. The Acts of Parliament, In them I much delight, I hate their cursed intent, who for the Congress light. The Tories of the day, they are my daily toast, They soon will sneak away, who lndepon donee boast. Who non-resistant hold, they have my hand and heart, May they for slaves be sold, who act a Whiggieh part. On Mansfield, North and Bute, may dally blessings po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1889

YOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1889. NO. 32. ,?ithm gimes-^tgisler. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I 1) A Y M O H N I N G , Al 91.0O I??r Yciip, strictlycash in advanck. If not juiid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CHABTREE. CHAS. D. DEI^IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, PnbllNlterft and Proprietor*. L". I ** ADVEkUININti KATKM. . rr*n?l?ut runnU<< Ui^-tasn *;*ty aay?--wiil bo iuaorwU r x\v of ?'.inU ?>?r square foi the Q?ila* aertlon.and M cents for ??ch additional In* ??r?lon. Special rates fot * longer period. Proh>H<ilonnl or other cards, occupying one square, or leas, one year, S12.00; Hi* mouths, $7.60; three months 16.00. Longer a 1 vertluoineutH subject to special coutract. ObltunrlM imi?I Trlbutcn of when they exceed ten linen, will be charged for at the'rate of 6 cents per line for all auoh 0X OOKN ? All Cut* muHt be on metal foundation, when they will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1889

fulfill gi"le5-$e8iskl Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1889. OHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. n ?? - ?- a z'Ti * ,r> -m Vi , x i ?!?. ''I -A WxJ THE SALKM BOOM. The Lynchburg AVtw of the 16th instant, in an editorial on " Virginia's Industrial Awakening," after commenting favorably upon the general outlook in the Southwest, enumerates tho various points at which marked developments are occurring, or are agitated, and under this head pays its respects to our town as follows: " Salem, that in an evil hour for her own prosperity let slip the golden opportunity that would have caused Roanoke to nave been part and parcel oi horself, after yearn of quiet rest of the Rip Van Winkle order, is arousing to the magnificent possibilities within her 5 rasp, and through the efforts of some of er best business men is likely to attain to something worthy ol the beautiful town and the splendid country with which it is surrounded." It is gratifying ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1889

Jj]altm $imts-$egisier. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1889. Entered at tho Postotffee, In Salem, Va as aeeond-clgum matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS Tins paper ps.MK.rr "iviSS A<lmtmlnKllum?u!IURpni(.v 8lAwlwn> ei*Jv<-rtMtn (K'uUMm.hi uwy Lh> m.ulo lur U IN NL\V VUUKi "If the heart of a man Is depressed with cares, the mist is dispelled when the bottle appears/* Not a bottle of spirits, oil no ! but a small viul of tlint Invaluable compound known to civilisation as I)r. Hull's Cough Syrup. ?? + Lost.?A chain key ring with two small keys. The finder will be rewarded by leaving It at Farmers National Bank. It J. E. WALTEK8. Hah Accepted.? We are informed that Rev. JamcR R. Budges, of Leesburg, has signified his acceptance of the call recently extended him by the Presbyterian congregation of this place, and that he will arrive here about the first of Aprd. Branching Out.?Mr. Wm. McCanahan, our wide-awake ynung merchant 'riend. has leased the rootn formerly occu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 February 1889

lift:. To have hoped snd suffered in cheer and woe, To have trusted, betrayed nnd grieved, To have doubted the things you best might know? This is to have lived. To have sinned, repented aud l>een forgiven. To have lost what was once received, To have fallen again from the nates of heaven? This is to have lived. To have loved,* and tasted the Dead Sea fruit, To have pledged, to havo been believed, '1 o have seen lovo wither, from branch to root? This is to have lived. To have stood in the strength of virile, might, When buttled, betrayed, deceived; To have ground your teeth in the rage of fight? This is to have lived. To havo trodden the wine press, weak alone. Of your lifo's fair fruit beroaved ; To have slain your sorrow without a moan? This is to havo llvod. To havo glvon the helm to a stronger hand, To have listened, to havo believed; To havo yielded lite to a high command? 7 his is to have lived. ?David A. Curtis, in Chtcc a Week. Friday in Wot ITnlaeliy. Friday, Feb...

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

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 1. 1889. ?,iUm t?imes-\$egir,fer. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY M O II N I N G , At Sl.OO Per Ycnrt STRICTL Y CASH IX A I) VANCE. 1J not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, l'ubllshcrs and Proprl?tor?. Ai>l UKl'lMlNti KATUN. Transient %d ?frI Itriiipnl*? tliohp runa>ua tliun ?lxty .Uj-n?will be tnnert?il si the ruto ol 7Set* per square for the first Insertion, and V) cents for each additional Ina Ttlon. Special rate* for a longer period. l*rofe?sloui?l or otber uards, occupying one square, or le?H, one year, S12.00; six months, $7.50; three months to.00. I.<ong?r a I vertlsemeut* subject to special contract. <?bltus>rl*s snd Tributes of Henpert, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All Cuts must he on metal foundation, when...

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

Skaltttl gilties-gegistw. Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH 1, I88l>. ! OH AS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. THE SALEM DOOM. The mills of the gods grind alow-1 ]y but surely, and ho with truly j great enterprises, we find the forma tive period often tedious, iorturously Blow; but then the end to bo attained is worthy of great privation, of much prayer and fasting. We need hardly nay more to our friends this week regarding our cherished hopes in the direction indicated in the last several issues of the Times-Register, but on? thing more we will say and that is?we are confident, that but for some serious misconceptions as to the best course to pursue on the part of a certain land owner and his family, we would be now far on toward a happy fulfillment of our predictions and expectations, but be it now said to the credit of this gentleman that he has acquiesced in the general desire to see our community prosper, and wo feel assured that aa soon as ou...

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

fulfill jgimes-ifegister. FRIDAY. MAHGli 1, 1889. Entered at tho Postoffloe, in Salem, V? as ieoond-ola*K matter.] LOCAL AFPA.IPS Young ladies, 011 tin* eve-of marriage, now give "fplnslfr dinners," at which ' female friends only nre entertain***!. 'I'hey are allowed to talk of everything, ami never fail to inentiuti tin* nunieroucurative benefit* of l>r. Bull*-* long* Syrup that cures all cough*, colds, bronchitis, croup and sore throat. It is Rumored that Salem may have electric lights before very long. That If the local oplionists are successful in Salem it will necessitate an hicrease iu taxation. That a number of Republicans hereabouts have the itch badly? olllco itch, we mean. Town Loth for Sale.?On Thursday, March $8th, Messrs. D. B. St rouse and R. II. Logan, commissioners, will sell at auction a number of elegant town lots In tho Monteiro tract, at the head of Broad street. These are among the most beautiful building lots In the town, snd should attract the atten...

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

Finnic* Hidden tn an Egg. DISCOVERING T1IE SECRET OF THE MAHY I.AM' HA UN BURNERS. A Baltimore special says: The reaideots of Manchester and other little towns in Carroll county, Md., continue to be greatly alarmed by the threats and destructive work of the barn-burners. A farmer near Manchester received tbo usual notlee that hi* barn would be burned at u certain time, lie removed his crop ami machinery anil lay in wait for the incendiaries. lie found an egg lying in home hay on the barn floor. Picking it up he was a-?toni*hed at its Weight. Turning it over in his hand he discovered that its conteuts were trickling through a hole iu the shell no larger than a pin's head.? Suspecting that it contained some deadly chemical the farmer laid it out in tho field and went after a neighbor who knew more than ho did about chemicals. The eggshell was tilled with sulphur, gunpowder, and other chemicals and water. The theory is that when the water evaporates in the shell combustion occurs. This...

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

VOL. 23. . SALKM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH S. 1889. NO. 34 ?nle ii (?imcs-tyti\ir,lcT (CONSOLIDATED.) s PUBLISHED EVERY P 11 1 D A Y M ORNINOi A.t $1.50 I*or Y?nr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance |2 tciU be charged. T. CRABTREE. CHA3. D. DKN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, Publishers nod proprietor*. y i ??~ ADVKKriMINti HATK?. nlng leu*than sixty days?will at the r*t? of 7ScU p?r *q??*.r?for the flrsVln?artlon.and W cent* for each additional In aertlon. Hpeclal rate" for a longer perloa. r>r?f?Mten?i or other card*, ocu^M '"J one square, or lees, one months, 17.60; three months fMO. Longei a tvertlsements subject to special contract. Obttuarten Md Trlbate? of K?p?et. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oenU per line for all mob '^frV^nta raunt be on raeUl foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra oharge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any X,von Issue,should reach thlso...

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

&intes-?eQisin. Consolidated Auyuot 15,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH 8, CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. '? . ? i . - THE >'EW CHIEF MAGISTRATE. Wo make no apology to-day for surrendering a large portion of our space to tho inaugural address of President Harrison, for who will not want to see tho utterances of tho man who succeeds tho peerle*n Cleveland ay Chief Magistrate of this nation? It is plain that authorities differ as to the significance borne to the couutry at large through the words of Mr. Harrison in his inaugural address.? The Tim ks-Rkuistkr agrees with its Lynchburg contemporary, the Virginian, as to the general non-com-mittal character of inaugurals as a whole, and in a measure with the iVetca, of the same city, when It reBents Mr.Harrison's failure to include in his rebuke tho election {regularities of tho North ; but still more than | all do wo endorse the expression of Judge Nowlio iu the Roanoke 7\me9 when he says: "The inaugural ...

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

?xlem (?iincs- ifegistcr. FIUDAY, .M AlUMI 8. 188U. KniertJ I -*t th" I' ?sioitlew. In Salem, Vh M matter.] XaO OAX-, AFFAIP S liinv'itcpki'il iln-wH *r?* u-iin^ (o Im Very popular with the lowly younu dud1n?*?, Id'Crt'Kc if ll??*v fl'uiil'l CiiM'lt C<?tf| Wi-Hrliijf llHV?'ii'l Ill?-y jfut l)r Bull'" C-xiyli Svnip to curt* tin-ill? Lost. ? H-' we-n fci-%-1 11111 c??itie tery and iFii' Bmk, In Salem, ou W?'dne!?day last, a light brown boa. Finder will lie rewarded by leaving fame at Times-Register ofllee. C. H. Cocks. Bolls, pimples, hives, ringworm, tetter and all other manifestation!} of impure blood are enred by Hood's Sarsaparllla. LiOwt Lettehh.?Several unopened letters, Just taken out of the office, were lost on Main Street on last Tuesday. 1'h. finder ?I I please leave same at the poaiotllce or ibis office. Will Object.?The Jacob Persluger farm, about two miles Routh of Roanoke, was recently purchased by the authorities of that city to be used for an almshouse for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 March 1889

BOTH SIDES. bim. Ue asked for my rose? Yre, he Iovom me I tb!uk, And no on? el?e teqowm That lie asked (or ?? j rone ; Hut mv <-beek warmer k1mw?, Like th*? petals deep pi ok. lie asked lor my rose ; Yos, bo lovos iu?, I tbiuk. BID. I asked for her roseShe ww. flirting, I tbink. I dou'l iniMii to propose Since 1 asked lor her rose; But K'rls alwHYR ? ippose That we're just ou the brink. lieu 1 asked ler her rose She wart flirting, I think. Governor Lw Interviewed. WHAT IX) TIIE NORTHERN PEOPLE C AKE FOR THE NEGROE8. "The more I see the North the more I am convinced that the Southern people are the beat friends the negroes have," said Governor Lee Thursday in talking about his recent trip to New York. "I heard and saw enough the other day to convince any one that the Northern people care little for the negro race. The very people who are disposed I to grow sentimental about the blacks' and who are reaily fanatical on the i subject have nothing whatever to | do with them. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1889. NO. 35. ^iihm (?inies? Register. i CONSOLIDATED.) 8 POBLI8HED EVERY Fill DAY MOUNINO. At #1.00 Per Your, STRICTL Y CA SII IN A D VA NCR. 1J not paid in advance f- will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT S WEBBER, Publisher* nnd Proprietor*. i AlkVKKTININti KATUN. rmnvlrnt A?l?frUNfin??U-tho?e runnlng less than sixty days?will be Inserted hi the rate of75cU per square for the first In?ertiou, and &0 cent* for each additional Inaarttou. Special rate* for a longer period. PmoIVmIomoI or other card*, occupy In* one square, or lea*, ono year, II2-0U; *1* months, f7.50; three ?nonths-|5.00. Longer a lvertlsements subject tospeolal contract. ObUnarlp* nnri Trlbntow or Reaped, when they exceed ten linen, will l?e charged lor at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all ?ucb excess. . All Cul? must be on metal foundation, when they will b? Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1889

gintes-geffisUi Consolidated AuguBt 15,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1889. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. PKANK O. WEBBER, Associate. BOTH SIDES. Now that the question of license or no license for the sale of whiskey in our town and county Is to be decided by a vote of the people, the TimesKkgistkk, believing that it is but simple Justice to allow all sides to be heard when questions of public interest are before the people, will allow the advocates of both sides a reasonable amount of space each week iu which to discuss this matter. WHAT MAKES A IIOOM. Under this caption our valued exchange, the Staunton Vindicator, makes some " home thrusts'' so applicable to Salem's present status that wo cannot resist the temptation to give our capitalists and business men the benefit of them. It sums up our situation in a nut-shell when it says: " An experienced boomer has givon it an his analysis, that a boom is composed of one part natural advantages and three part* energy ot the people. Something iu lin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 March 1889

galem ?imts~ jgegister. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1889. Knterod at the Postotllee, In Salem, Va as seoond-olasts matter.] rpTTTQ PAPPD miTb*(MManflktRtO?a A illD * it-L nf> p. Iiuwoll tt Ou'l Si'WHimi. r AdTWtklMPnrwu(10UprOOP St.). whoro utl vrrt UlTiir ooutracu luujr Ue uutUo lor IV IN NKW VOUK< LOCAL AFFAIRS Notice.?Wo are requested to state that 'several dishes of different kinds were left at the Good Templars' supper rooms on Friday night last, which the owners can get by calling on Mr. 1*. W. Spies. There wore also a number of dishes taken awav from tiie rooms which belong to Capt. F.C. Burdette, and those who have them are requested to return them to his store at once. Sudden Death.?Miss Ollie Kesaler, daughter of Mr. James Kcssler, while on a visit to the family of Mr. David Hamilton, near Salem, dropped dead last Thursday. While passing from one room to another she remarked to Mrs. Hamilton, " I feel so tired," and fell to the floor?dead. See to Your Looks.?An...

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