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

AROUND TI1K COHSEK. On? day my heart was very sail, Oppressed with heavy sorrow. And not a r?y of hope arose T<? cheer me on tl>e morrow. I walked slum; the crowded stroet, A dull, distracted mourner, Ami guessed not what awaited mo Ah I went 'round tho corner. Tlnre met me oue whose sunny face The smile of heaven reflected ; The filendly greeting she bestowod Was wholly ?uie*i?ected. l?wr I had thought her hard and cold, Of lovers' arts a scorner. Hut she was taken otf her guard As I turned 'round the corner. What cared 1 though the skies were dark And threatened stormy weather? What mattoied any grief at all If we two wer< together? The blushes that were on her cheek Did regally adorn her ; And oh ! F blest the fate that tu -nod My stops around the coruor. And thus I lind it is through life? So full of wondrous phases? That when we walked amid the gloom, Or press through tangled mazes, Feeling all frleudless aud alone, A holloas, hapless mourner, S...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 March 1889

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1889. NO. 36 Anient ([[intex-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVEBT F 11 1 1) A. Y MORNING. At 9I.BO For Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid tn advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CH A.S. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pabllnh?r* ?nd Proprietor*. ?._*gggg?'!gg!g ?' ? advertising bates. rrBxnlcal ??? nlng lessthan sixty days- will be Insertod st the rale of 75?cts per square for the Bret lnH>rtlon,?nd 60 cent* for eaoh additional luaortlon. Special rates for a longer period. ProfMaloaal or other cards, occupying one square, or loss, one year, 112.00; six months, $7.60; three months 15.00. Longer al vertlsements subject to special contract. Obituaries sntl Trlbotea of Keepeet, when they exoeed ten lines, will bo charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line for all luth excess. . All <'n4a must be ou metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge...

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

?ahit( giities-jgeflislft. Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ' ft. SALEM \S PROG It ESSIV EN ESS. WettregreatljTVioaBed (o roport to our readers that some rapid and po^.livo steps have been taken in tho direction of material develop, men t since our last issuo. The exact details have not been given for pubhcation but we know enough through a direct source to warrant us in saying that before many days, or weeks at most, we wiii m*, uot through a glass darkly, but face to face The highly enterprising real estate Arm,Messrs. Duval ? Compauy have secured control of over 700 acresofthe, finest and in and adjoining the town of Salem and with characteristic energy their plans have pushed forward to a point where capital la anxiou-i to co-operate, and we are authorized to say that it will requiro no courting to secure all of tho money necessary to carry on tho plans so carefully arranged. merely a SUGGESTION. Already th...

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

?nlem Ipegislrr. Fill DAY. M AliCM 22. 188? Entered ?t thw P??*toMee. in Kalem, Va as -teoond-olaw* matter.] f'V! TQ p A PPT) rrrn-r bo fir id on Do ?t n?n, JtiXLO X ilx Ai* p. Itowml At Oo it iu'WulMia r A'lvrrtlsln* liiinnudO 8|>nii-c> 8tA*rVn> ?d"iTf?l-| cuuuutut l-w U> i?J ivr It IN NbW VOUK.< LOCAL AFFAIPS P.'I*. Btrnnm think* that lie Iih* jjot the nineteenth rent my twin i Juml?o. bill ii?> miiH not forget the gr?-.if excitement pmwwl by the wile of Dr. BuiIV Cough Syrup. Money Found.?Id Salem, a sum of money, which owner can get by properly describing same ami paying; for tills advertisement. Apply at this ofllee. "Eurkka."?This magnificent Percbcron horse, owned by J. M. Rowan, of Craig, will make the season in the Catawba Valley, at stands yet to be (lx?*d upon. Mr. Rowan requests our readers in that section to wait for him, and to look out for the stands, which will toon be published. Found ? An overcoat, l...

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

Cruel Soptt?'nl'wn' Wiiu. h Chlnc^iekrl I* married she must \%*U f? ur months before etlMu. u.. allow* her to pay her first vw? to l<r mother, hut after thin initiatory rail she may go to the ?i..mo ??f ??? r p*r? n'JHt any timo. A Nx iit? r ivM. h a pathetic instance vtni with this marriage cus tot ' A Chinese woman had one daughtt r, ho only child, of whom shr whs |?iH-lon?U'ly fond, and this UUI * 4- married at the ago of sixteen When the first four months were nearly passed her mother's neighbor died, and, d? th is said t<? bring uncleaollness to those associated with it, the bride's visit to her old home had to t?e delayed for one hundred days, lest she should become contaminated. Before this period had passed the bride's mother-in-law died, aud she was obliged to go into mourning for three years. Just before she put off mourning a son was born to her, and that made it necessary that the visit should be again delayed. Meanwhile her mother, whoso heart grow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 March 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 18S jga/em gimts-?t$ister. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVERY F II I I) A Y MOllNINO, At #1.00 l?or Yonr, GTRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If nol paid in advance f'.'. will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS.D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?MibllwhcrM and Proprietor*. f? iDVi.it riM \ (; KATKM. rrniKU'til 4?lv?rllweimen(R?tboae run* nlng less than alxty days?will be Inserted Ht the rate of75ct* per square for the first In?ortlon.and V> cento for each additional Inaertlou. Mpeclal rate* for a longer period. ?'rorrMlnniil or other cards. occupying one square, or lea*, one year, $12.00; six months, 97.60; three months 15.00. Longer advertisement* subject to special contract. Obltui?rl*? and Trlbntcn of B^?pert. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all ?uob excess. All Cutw must be on metal foundation, when they will bo Inserted without extr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 March 1889

??ahnt gp?t?5-ijf'0/s% Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, MARCH !?'?>, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ^ALv lN|t ASSUMING SHAPE. We have always contended that a bright futuro was in store for Salem, and our faith therein Is being daily strengthened. For several weeks the eyes of distant towus and outside capital have beeu directed towards us by the indications of an industrial "boom," aud to-day we are prepared to report that the prospects in that line are brighter than at any other timo in our history. Efforts in the direction indicated are now assuming a definite shape, and through the zeal of Messrs. D. B. Strouse and T. J. Shickel, the prime movers in the proposed Salem Land and Iron Company, uver fifty thousand dollars have been subscribed by Salem people in the stock of that enterprise since Wednesday evening, when the subscription books were first opened. Of this amount Messrs. Strouse, Shickcl and Simmons took stock to the amount of te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 March 1889

gfnlem ?imes-$t(fistrr. FRIDAY. MARCH 2d, 1889. Kntero'l at the Pontolftee, In Salem, Va as seooud-elans matter.] fPTTTO t> /I PTTTJ may ?w? foorvl on flu. nt o??v X illlj A iVX Ulw |?. Itowi'il A Ot'ii Na-WHimtK A<lv<-rtt?!nii Domau (lOFpntco St.*. wVm advert King vuulntcu inujr l*> initio l?f It AM Ntw VUiiK.* LOCAL AFFAIPS ASNOUNCKJIENTS. By rrquctt oi many voters 1 announce myself a candidate for the otllce of CON8TABLE, for Salem district, at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, If elected I pledge myself to do an I have done heretofore?to make quick collections on reasonable terms, and promptly pay over upon these terms. Fellow-cltisens, I solicit your votes. With pleasure I remain your obedient servant. II. A. Forsythk. Til I. BOOI4N NOW OPK.1. The subscription books of the Salem Land and Iron Company ore nowDpen. Let no one fall to take some of this stock. Go to the ofllee of D. B. Strouse, E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 March 1889

YESTERDAY. Yosterday is dead And Ilea at re?t. No brcathiiiK fctira The white-robed breast; Tli? groHUH and Fobbing Are hushed at last, Thank* be to Heaven ! Such pains aro past. Seek not to rouao Its unquiet ghost; l onjuro no phantom Of what in lout; Cot no away softly, And umke no moan, Leaving thy perished hope Dead and alone. The I'romlKc ?l* Neiouce. IIOVV THE EARTH 18 OKA DUALLY BEING USED UP BY MANKIND. Everybody knows that the world is wearing out?that the time iscomin# when we will have no coal to buru in our grates, anil no iron to uiako our grates out of, even had we the coal. A close record of the output of I lie oil field* discovers the fact that the petroleum reservoirs are ruLuing dry and investors have not the faith in the inexhaustible flow of natural gas that the sellers of wells could wish. We know that precious metals are dug out in It ss quantities than formerly; that the diamond market, in spite of Kimberly, is cornering itself; that mahogany and pine will som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1889

YOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1889. NO. 38. ,j^imes-^egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At 91.50 Per Your, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCR. If not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T. CRABTREE. chas. D. DEN1T F. G. webber. CRABTREE, DEHl'T & WEBBER, Pablinhm and Proprietors. 4UVEKTINEXti KATEN. rriin*l?nt AdT?rtl?i<n?Mil?-thoHe runnlng less than sixty days?will bo Inserted Ht the rate of75cU? per square for the flrat Inaartlou, and 60 cents for each additional inaertlon. Hpoclal rales for a longer period. Professional or othor cards, occupying one square, or loss, one year, S12.00; si* months, 17.60; three months 15.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. Obltunrles and Trlbntcw of Kwpeft. ?when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per lino for all such excess. ? _ _ All <'uls must he on metal foundation, when they will he Inserted without extra charge. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1889

gmes-jgegisift. Consolidated August 10,1883.) FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 18S9. CHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. FAVORABLE PROGRESS. Wo have every reason to feel en- > couraged at the progress being made ! iu tho formation of the Salt ui Land and Improvement Company?an organization to which the people look for great things for our town In the near future. There have been sixtyfour thousand dollars subscribed to the stock of this proposed company, mostly by tho citizens of Salem, and subscriptions continue to come in every day. Thus far the peoplo of Salem have (subscribed pretty liberally to this stock, but many have yet failed to do so. Do not put it oir, for delays are dangerous. The monIed men of the e uuty, the farmers, and every man who feels an interest in Salem's growth, should also do his part in this matter, for what benfits Salem will be of equal benefit to the country adjacent to it. Come up, people, and take w hat stock you can in this movement. Ami co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1889

?$alem $imes-$eQister. FRIDAY. A P1UL, 6, 1889. Kutered at the PostotHoe, in Salem, Va an seoond-claas matter.] THIS PAPERE'&SJST&S AdvxrtlatliK Itun?u (10 Rpnn* St.(.whon- ??rOnIng oualraoM way Ui iu?do Xur It IN KJKW VOltK.. H.OOAJL. AFFAIB8 ANNOUNCEMENTS. By request of many voter* I announce myself a candidate for the office of CONSTABLE, for Salem district, at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, it elected I pledge myself to do as I have done heretofore?to make quick collections on reasonable terms, and promptly pay over upon these terms. Fellow-cltisens, I solicit your votes. With pleasure I remain your obedieut servant, II. A. Forbythk. TUB BftWKN NOW OPKN. The subscription books of the Salem Land and Iron Company ore now open. Let no one fall to take some of tlds stock. Go to the office of D. B. Strouse, E?q.. and learn all the particulars. Thin is business. Let every man, woman and child take from one to five h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 April 1889

Web-Foot Hob IMngnstetf. II (v. LBTTKK TO THE PRESIDENT ] HAS 1IAI) NO RR8FON8E. A negro known ivs Wob-Foot Bob ; - t: old fellow who hulled with so j demonstrative a joy the return of the lb publican party to power that he burned Id-* only foather bed, has now dcclar<d himself to be disgusted with Mr. llarns'm'e administration. " Why ?lo you find fault with Mr. H.? f: i-<ni <o soon. Bob?" cotiio one HHki d. " So soon! Law, man, do you s k or Preserdent got to bo dar two yeah 'fo' he kiu git ready to turn roun'? Lemme tell you de way it tis wid me: When I seeser man step up ter er tree wld er axe, I doan mind seem* him chop down de bushes outen his way, but arter ho gits dem bushes down I doan want liiin tor stepersido an'go totrompin' down briars, but I wants him ter grab erholt au* make de chips fly outen dat tree. Dat man dun been dar plenty long ter do er thing dat he oughter done." 41 What was that ?" "W'y sab,I'll tell you whut it wur: Jcs nrte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1889. NO. 39. |\nlein faimes-Qegixter. (CONSOLIDATED.) 3 POBLIBHED EVERY F It I D A Y MORNING, At Si.CO Per Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. If not paid ?'n advance $2 will be charged. T.CRADTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBUER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, I'abllntier* and Proprietor*. AUVEKflKINU KATEJ*. rmu?t?Mi \UTertlicm?nt??lbono running las* than sixty day*?will be Inner ted Ml the rate of7Sct? per square for tho first In- * 'rtion, >uv' w i>?nb> for ??oh additional Inaertlon. fcipaoial rale* for a longer period. ?*r*ftMiwu?( or other cerds, uoourytn* one square, or lenn, oe? yea*, flt.OO; nix month*. three mouths lr?.nc. linear a lvertl?emenU.?ubJeotto apuolal contract. Obliunrlea aa4 rrlbnteM of Reapett, when they oxceed tet linen, will be cbargea (or at the rate of 6 ceutn per line for all such excens. All ?'uts must he on metal foundation, when they will ho inserted with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1889

g;ihii( ginies-?egisi^. Consolidated August 16,1883.) Fill DAY, APRIL . I8W>. - I CHA8. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBDER, Associate. Tf ,** / ' wjy\' liEEP TIIE HALL K0LL13G. The chief essential to success in any undertaking is perseverance. Without its application many valuable inventions and discoveries would have been lost to the world. Our citizens have at last awakened from their lethargy in forming a scheme for utilizing the capital in our midst and attracting capital from other quarters towards building upourtown. Mauy have nobly responded to the call made by our men of meaus and enterprise; have taken the initiatory steps to awaken our little town from its stupor, to lift it on its feet and start it on the highroad to material prosperity. They realize the full import of the movement ; that now is the flood-tide in our affairs; that if we fail to seize the present opportunity we may relapse into a state of inactivity which is the premonition of material death. Let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1889

<gimfs-$egistrr. FBI DAY, A Hill L 12, 1889. Kutorod at the PoatoHlce, tn Salem, Va a** seoond-olast* matter.] mil 10 P A PV1> mnr b*facmri on Clo ?l <V*x 11113 Xr iirlift P. 0<? ? N. w.iwixt AilrcHitlnRRunxiu(10Rpnuv St.), whcrv *U?iTtl?liij oualriM.14 uu/ l o uluCo iwr it AM NtW VOUH.* LOCAL APPAIKS ANNOUNCEMENTS. By request of many voter* I announce in \ 1 f 1 candidate for the office of CONSrABI<E< for Salem district, at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, if elected I pledge myself to do as I have done heretofore?to make quiek collections on reasonable terms, and promptly pay over upon these terms. Fellow-citizens, I solicit your votes. ? With pleasure 1 remain your obedient servant, II. A. Foksythk. TIIK HOOKN >OW Ol'.KSI. The subscription b?K?k? of the Salem Laud and Iron Company ore now open. Let no one full to take some of this stock. Go to the office of D. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 April 1889

nvn Who Followed the Plow. A<tam was a farmer while yet in Paradise aud after his fail he was commanded to earn his bread by the swext of his brow. Job, the honest, upright and obedient, was a farmer, aud his stern t n it.ranee has passed into proverb. ?S? crates was a farmer and yet wet'ded to his calling the glory of his immortal philosophy. Cincinnatus was a farmer and the noblest Roman of them all. Burns was a farmer, aud the muses found him at the plow and tilled him with poetry. Washington was a farmer, and retired from the highest earthly eta* tiou to enjoy the quiet of rural life at Mount Vernon, and present to the world a spectaclo of human greatness. To these names may bo added a host of others who sought peace and repose in the cultivation of their mother earth; the enthusiastic Lafayette, tho steadfast Pickering, the scholastic Jefferson, the fiery Randolph, all found a paradise of consolation from world's cares and troubles in the green and verdant lawns that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1889

VOL. 23. . - SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 19. 1889. NO. 40. jga/em ?imes'$egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLI8HED EVERY PltlDAY MORNING, At gl.QO Per Yenr, STRIC TL Y CASH IX A D VA NCK. 1/ not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CRAUTREE. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, l'ltblinlivrn nutl proprietor*. AUVEKl'IMINti KATEM. rrntmlent ,W*prll*fnifiit?-tboiie run. nlng less than sixty days?will be Inserted hi tho rate of 7 Hit* per square for the first Id* h ?rtiou.antt V) <vents f?r **acb uddltlonal Ina rtlou. speclMl rate* for a longer period. ProroNMiunal or othor card*, occupying one K<juare. or less, one year, $12.00; nix month*, #7.50; three mouths $5.00. I<ongvr a Ivortlscments subject- to special contract. Oblli nrlen amt frlbnlc* of Krupfct. when tl.vs icood ten lines, will be charged for at. thv rate of 5 centH per Hue for all iiucb exoess. .111 Culi must bo on inetal foundation, when th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1889

^tleii) jgiines-ifegistft. Consolidated August 15,1833.) Fill DAY, APRIL 10, 18S9. CIIAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. ?2 ? {l ?j-r ' It may lie that tho reason our Navy is so far behind is that wo have so many Hear-Admirals. The rccent session of tho Methodist 1 rotestant Conference at Lynchburg failed to concur in the movement inaugurated by tho New York Conference and others, licensing women to preach. Tho Virginia Republicans who are Republicans for office only begin to admit that President Harrison is not tho man tlioy took him io be. The' new Administration is distressingly slow from tho of lice-seekers' standpoint, and Washington hotel rates are high. We hear often in this country the sad wail of the farmer that his produce will not sell, because of overproduction. And yet tho report coraes from China that two million people are literally starving to death in Shantung! Let us change our wuil into a song of thanksgiving and praise. Uen. Mahone^ Warner Miller S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1889

??ulem ?imts-Register. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1889. Kuterod at tho Poatoffiee, iu Salem, Va an second-claws matter.] THIS PAPER 5!TwMiSpr iSss^ LiOOAL AFFAIIR-S announcements. By request of uiany voters I announce myself a candidate for the office of CONSTABLE, for Salem district, at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, if elected I pledge myself to do as I have done heretofore?to make quick collections on reasonable terms, and promptly pay over upon these terms. Fellow-citizens, I solicit your votes. With pleasure I remain your obedient servant. II. A. Forsyth k. Tilt: llOOltN SOW OPEN. The subscription books of the Salem Land and Iron Company ore now open. Let no one fail to take some of this stock. (Jo to the olllcc of I). It. Strouse, Esq., and learn all the particulars. This Is business. Let every man, woman and child take from one to flvo hundred shares. Death of a Good Man.?Mr. James H. Woltz, Sr., formerly of this place, died suddenly at Il...

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