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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 April 1889

Hints lor Young WlveN. Jl'roiu the MiuupupoMft Tribune.] In making pumpkin plo do not u.*?? moro than UK) squash. Djnot let tho eggs boil half au hour. They are likely to be as hard as h monopolist. I<> euro tho curse of newer gas, burn ibo hou^e down. To cure a bam, put it iti brine. When eooking a New England dinner or onions, hum cloth or India rubber in m 11 tho rooms of your house. If your market man laughingly replies that ho h*s no Welsh rabbits, tell him a gray squirrel will do just as well. J Cremated toust is not palatable.? Food should never resemble iu appearance the remains of a victim of a hotel lire. Remember that biscuit, when as heavy as reading matter in a S>. Paul newapapor, aro not apt to rest easy on the stomach. Never keep salt iu tho salt cellars, kome OI1o might find it in there and the shock would prove disastrous to his nervous system. Do uot appear at tho breakfast tae with your hair in curl papers.? ather than this, leave ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1889

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1889. ?h lent (?tines* ifegister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY F H 1 DAY M (> 11 N I N G , At HI..10 |?or V"oar, STRICTLY CASH IN AJ) VANCE. If not paid in advance ?- will be charged. T. CRABJ REE. CHAS. D.UENIT F. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, 1* i? 1? li ill or* nml I*ro|?rletor*. 4UVEKIININV KATE.**. rmnxlQiil A?lvrrtl*e?i???nte?those runnlu* lea* than sixty days?will be Inserted hi the rate of 7 %ct* per square for the tlrst I u- ? nrllon, and 50 cents for i>aoii mldlilonal liiU"rtlon. Hpeolal rate* for a longer period. Pritfv ?lonitl or other chi ds, occupying one square, or loan, on? y?*ar, II2.W; nix month*, 17.60; throe mouths 15.00. Longer a I vertl?ements subject to special contract. Obituaries Trlbntm of Respect, wtien they exceed ten linen, will be charged for lit the rate of ft cents per line for all sunh ItMHi All i'nU must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1889

gHlenf g/M/rs-|fcgis% Consolidated Autcu?t 15,1883.) Fill DAY, APRIL 26, 1889. OH AS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Assocluto. ?!/r, *?a ^ jttvj ?? j \ CARPER'S SPARK ARRESTER. Much interest centers in the successful working of this invention of our townsman. After more than a week's trial on the engine of the " Virginia Steel Company," near Roanoke city, It has continuously dono its work in the most satisfactory manner. We look soon to see it, thereforo, adopted aud put in operation on our progressive railroad, the great Norfolk & Western. This road, under its present management, has steadily developed until to-day,for perfection in operation, comfort, and safety to the public it stands head over all other Virginia railoade. With Carper's patent adopted, all cinders aud sparks will bo eliminated, and all danger of fire made impossible. A well known citizen of Salem, when asked by the Times Register a few days ugo what ho thought would be the result of the controver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1889

gxlem ?imes-Register. FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1889. Entered at tho Postoftice, in Haiem, Va as secoud-cla?s matter.] IHU Id A TJl'T) m*y tx>fwid on file nt 0*<x IttlD A AX XiiV pTkowoli & C">*? NowHiMLix-r A'Wi-rt l*ln*tlur<*u f tOHpraot> St.). wh?>r,? mlvirtlJug vuuurucu uiuy l>o uuulo lor it IN N?W VUUK> LOCAL AFFAIRS ANNOUNCEMENTS. By request of many voters I announce myself a candidate for the otllcc of CONSTABLE, for Salem district, at the election to be held on tho 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, H. A. Forsythe. Larue Fish ?While Ashing In Roanoke river, near Salem on Monday last, Mr. John Howies drew out a earp weighing eight and a half pound*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 April 1889

lMn.stcr. At tho Department of Apiculture can be seen the very lineal samples of Gypsum (plaster of Paris, land plaster) to be found anywhere. They aro from Smyth county, and tho supply is inexhaustible. Wo are every year using millions of tons in Virginia on her crops, without counting that used in other ways. Most of tho Virginia supply comes from Nova Scotia, some from Michigan, and the balance from Washington aud Smyth. A railroad to the unopened mines of Smyth would, like l'ocahontas coal, end tho foreign supply. Only a branch railroad is needed?when will It be built* When Virginians are so aroused that all the capitul of tho State shall bo pressed iuto service to develop the riches that must remain useless until capital is found. Col. Colyar, in the Nashville American, has written an interesting aud iustructivo article sbowiug what Southern men?aud Southern men alone?have dono for Tennessee, Alabama aud Georgia. Southern men have dono something for Virginia, but not all they m...

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

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1889. NO. 42. ?:ilcm (j[ime8-%$egixftr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 P08LI8HEP EVERY P11II>AY MOllMNG, A.t S1.50 I'or Your. S TKH TL Y CASH IN A D VA NCK. 1/not paid in advance will be charged. r. crabtree. chas. d. denit F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?MibllttHrrft i?u?l I'ropririoni. ADVEKTIMINU KATKN. I ritiKU'iU %?lver?lseii*en???those runnliu loxNthan Hixly dayH?will bo Inserted Hi the rate <?f 7 V'Ih por KquRrt> for ????? llrst tn- * irllou, and V' <>ents for i>nnh additional Idaorllon. Special rate* for a longer period. I'rofesniuiiitl or other psrU*, occupying one Hijnarr, or less, one year. 112.00; six months, $7.50; three mouths I6.U0. Ijoiixvr a IvertUementH subject to kp?cIkI contract . Oliilnwrlr* nutl Trlbnlr* ?f lteM|?e?*t, when they exceed ten lines, will be Charged for at the rale of 5 cent* per line for all anch exce?n. Ill 4'ntM m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 May 1889

?a Inn &?nts-?egistH. Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889. OIIAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Aueoclate. OUR NATIONAL PROSPERITY. Throughout our land, the 30th of April was observed as a national holiday. Post ofllcesaud banks were elosed. Many of our people repaired to their places of public worship and returned thanks to the God of nations for the signal mercies which have crowned tho first century of our national existence. One hundred years ago the lirst President of the United States was publicly inaugurated. The changes that have occurred since that day?the progress that has been made?has furnished material for many an es*ay. Much has been said and written of our marvelous growth, and anxious glances are directed toward tho future and earnest questionings are indulged as to what will be our destiny in the century just be^un. If we take the past as indicating in any considerable degree what the future will bring forth, who would attempt to foret...

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

Register. Fill DAY, MAY 3. 1889. ISntered at thn Postoffice, In Salem, V? mm ?eoond-cla?H matter.] ?IMI (a T> A Pl'1> mar hofnoml on ft1??nt Ooo. AillO * ilX r<l> l?7lU?w?'ll ?t Oo'ii tiofWanaiMr A'W.-rt UlntrI*un>?u(10Hpnico SUV.'*???"< *dmlWn| CVUHW.U uumt l>o in??l? tur U IN jiKW VOlCliL* LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. By request of many voters I announce myself k candidate for the office of CONS TABLE, for Salem district, at the election lo be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, if elected I pledge myself to do an f have done heretofore?to make quick collections on reasonable terms, nnd promptly pay over upon these terms. Fellow-citizens, I solicit your votes. With pleasure I remain your obedient servant, II. A. Foksytiie. Ake Tiiese Our "Boomers."? In the New York World of a recent date we llnd the following advertisement: "A gentleman who holds an option on (900) nine hundred acres of the ...

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

A SON (J OF MIT. No matter if wo laugh or sing, And life Is bright and gay ; ^S'o mattor wlir?r?* our love may cling Or hope may wing its way? Nome hoar Is are sail to-day No rraUer if our lips are mute, And song lias left the hough, < ?r trouble comes on lieavy foot, Vo matter when or how? Some lips aie singing now. ltobbcri ol* Her Hair by IJclii. nlng. ? Pabkf.khiiuiig, W. Va., April 28.?A htrange electrical freak occurred near Klizabcth, Wirt county, a day or two ago. a. heavy thunder storm passed over the residence of ?Mr. S. 1*. Barnes. A terrific Hash of lightuing followed, striking the house and scattering the building in every direction. Mrs. Barnes was standing in the middle of the lloor at the time with a glass jar of canned fruit in her hand. The jar was broken and scattered and (he wo-; man's hair burned close to her head,! still neither Mrs. Barms nor her two children, both of whom wero prcs- j ont, were otherwise injured. Five W ays lo ('arc u Cold. 1. Bath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1889. NO. 43. Anient %imes-ijt[\ister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HED EVERY r It I 1> A Y morning, At 91.00 T??r Year, 8TRIC TL Y CASH IN A1) VA NCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CHABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRiSTfltb, WEBBER, Publishers ntitl Proprietor*. \i?M K i RATEh. rrnn^lcnl i?lv?rtli?eineBti-tho&e runulna loss than sixty days?will l>e ItmerUxl Bt the rule of 7V*t? per square Tor the flnl inmrllon,nQ(l V) cents for eacli *ddltlon?l Ina <rtlou. Hpeclal rate* for a longer period. Professional or other card*. occupying one nquare, or lews, one year, 112.00; hIz mouths, 17.50; three monthH 15.00. Longar advertisement* subject to special contract. Oliltnnrlv* and Tributes of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be charited for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. /Ill Cut* must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1889

Male"! mjiines-jgegistn. Consolidated Au(ui*t 16,1383.) FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1889. OHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. i ** M:. , m ?V"'iN. - "?St'* ' "-c Vi.3 -x ,? _ - ?) ** ^ It is said that hundreds of miners are starving to death in tho coal regions of the greatly 44 protected " State of Pennsylvania. Yet these j are the people to whom great prosperity was promised under a Repubcan administration of the government. If it bo true that these poor] creatures are actually dying from hunger what a shame it is to the coal monopolists of that rich section! A Washington special says it is | now believed that Mr. James A. Fra/.ier will be appointed Collector of Internal Revenue for this district, the place to which our townsman, Capt. P. II. McCaull, also aspires. 44 Our Pat" and his friends have been exceedingly sanguine all the while that this plum would be plucked by him, and if Frazler should run away with it there will be much disappointment in the camp. William II. Burg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1889

?aUm ??imts-$ egister. FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1889. Entered at the Pontotttce, in Salem, Va as second-class matter.] mil TO T> A pptj Tn*T ho fnand on fllo nt n?\ X xULO Jr ill i*?? i'. Riiw??ii? u>'? Ni'?>uiiu>r Ail*??rt?nlnj< Ihiriwu < 10 Hpniiw St.). wtx?r\< nlvrriWin# txmuucu nw U> uumIo fur It IN NEW V t?UH.? LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. By request of timny voters I announce myself a candidate for the office of CON-j STAltLK, for Salem district, at the election to be held on tho Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, if elected 1 pledge uiyself 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 e. Lost.?On the streets of Salem, a few days ago, a small gold watch charm. A suitable reward will be paid for its return to this office. Hyme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 May 1889

A Wiirm Du> ut Kcjr Wctl. *' The hottest day that I over exptiiene?d," h.u<5 Paul Mercier, "was duth'i; th?? mjtumor of 18.W, while aboard h Kliip tit K1) West, Fla. Tho -un bciiuifd(iowu upon tho deck of tho vessel, and sei'iDtd to be so close that it would almost raide blister**. The II es had gone out in the kitciu n, and, ?s 1 was hungry, I procured -evtral Irish eu^s, and put them on the deck. The deck was covered with pitch that was boiliug with the heat from the sun. lu less i than five minutes my eggs were] cooked hard. This story may seem Incredible, but it is true." The Pant. \Ve boast of the age In which we live, aud justly, but in order that we may uot become too much in love with our achievements it might be well, now and then, to allow of retrospection. Head this description of one house of the ages gone, God's house, and the temples of 1889 arej uot so wonderful after all. "In its courses lay stones 40 feot long, 18 feet wide, 12 feet high. Tho h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 May 1889

NO. 44. @imes-?tgisltr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F II I D A Y MORNING, At Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance will be charged. T.CKABTREE. chas. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, ?'iibltnhor* nnd Proprietors. AUVEKTIMINti RATES. rrnitnionl AdU-thoie running Its* than Hixty day*?will be Inaortod ?t the rate of 75ct* per nquan the Orat tnnt>rtlon, and 50 cents for each additional luaertlon. Mpeclal rates for a longer period. I'rofoxHionnl or other cards, occupying one square, or Ichh, one year, 112.00; six months, $7.60; throe months 15.00. Longer advertlaomeutR subject to special contract. Obltunrlc* and frlbulc* of Kewpect. when they exceed ten line*, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all such excess. All ('utM niUHt V.0 on metal foundation, when thoy will bo InHerted without extra harge. AdvertlBoineutH to Inaure Insertion In any given liiHue,ahould reach thlaoffloe on or be* lore Tuesday of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 May 1889

It"! fginfes-gftgisltf Consolidated August 15,1883. ) FRIDAY, MAY 17, issy. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. "The white people should stick together in the election to be held on the 23rd for district oflieers in order to defeat the negroes," said a white Republican to a Democrat in this place a few days ago. " Well," said the Democrat, M i! you think so you white Republicans should vote for the Democrats, as they comprise a large majority of the white voters of the district, and it is not to be expected that the majority will surrender to the minority, is it?" This was good logic, surely, aud the white Republicans of this county will have au opportunity in this case of defeating the colored candidates. Will they do it? Col. II. C. Parsons, of Natural Bridge, and ex-Senator John B. Henderson, of Missouri, sailed for London a few days ago, for the purpose, as stated, of " settling the Virginia debt." These gentleman, the former as tho representative of the American...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 May 1889

-ga/fw (gimes-^eyisttr. FRIDAY. MAY ID, 1881). Entered at tho Postotliee, in Saletn, Va hh second-clauM matter.] THIS PAPER Ailvvrtlnlnx DUfWU (10 Spnitv* 8t.>. wh?rr (KlviTiNlnf oouutmvu um/ Ih) liuwlo lor U IN Is A-\V VUUIv. LOCAL A.IBS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Mk. H. Carry Hatcher will be supported for SUPERVISOR (or Salem district at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday In this month, the 23rd, by Many Votkrs. By request of uiany voters I announce myself a candidate for the ofllce of CONSTABLE, for Salera district, at the election to be held on the Fourth Thursday in May next. Fellow-citizens, if elected I pledge myself to do as 1 have done heretofore?to make quick collections on reasonable terms, and promptly pay over upon these terras. Fellow-citizens, I solicit your votes. With pleasure I remain your obedient servant, II. A. Fohsytiie. To their shame be It said there was some very bad behavior indulged in by several young men at the Town Hall last Monday night duri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 May 1889

lMurUj Nellie llrucr. lK?!if?s (Ity Tlmp?' Oklahoma better.] Before closing thin It tter your correspondent must not forget to describe a girl Imonifr who is located on a claim near the "Id site of Kwing City. Miss Nellie Bruce in the daughter of an old boomer. For yearn her father has tKM'n a boomer, hut Nellie has been sent to school until a short while ago, when she taught a term ??f whool in a Kansas district. Several mouths Hgo her father built a neat frame house out on a claim uear the old Jack Wantland horse corral, and then sent for his daugher. The day before Nellie arrived some Indian scouts found old Bruce's house and burned it down. When the girl arrived the poor old man, with tears iu his eyes, told her of the destroying of his littlo home; but that girl was clear grit, and sho showed her nerve by getting out und going to work. She located a claim, dugout a hole in the side of a hill, and there she lives, surrounded by a tlock of chickens, a couple of dogs, and, armed w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 May 1889

I ? VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 24. 1889. NTO A F, patent @imes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLISHED EVERY FltlDAY MO It NINO, At 0l.nO Pop Yonr, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVANCE, J/not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T. CRABTRKE. CHAS. E>. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publisher* and Proprietor*. ADVEHTItllNti BATE#. i'rnn*loat AdvortlMweato-those runnlna l<Hwth?n sixty days?will bg Inserted Ht the rat? of75cts per 4Quare for the Hrttlns&rtlon.aml 50 cents for each additional inH jftlon ? Hpeclal rates for a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying on? HQUAre, or IMS, one year, $12.00; six months. 17.50; three monthB $6.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. ObllnsrlM ssd Trlbnlw of Ruspwt. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent# per line for all auob e\?,rc?U must bo onr metal foundation, when they will ho inserted without extra harge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 May 1889

gillciil giiifes'?egistfi Consolidated Aujjrunt 15,1883.) FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1889. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. KRANK Q. WEBBER, AbsocIhIc. m mm The Saloin Timkm-Kkoistkr, on? of our inoMt welcome and beet beloved weekly exchange*, is mad an a march hare because the town council of Salem will not permit wante water to bo turned into the street guttera. Our neighbor citea Roanoke an an example or on 1 lightened municipal legislation because she pursuw a liberal course in this respect, r t ?lo that again, neighbor. We have been compelled, by ordets, to till up the drain in our hack yard, and all water eacapingfrom the hydrant must bw dis?>?sid ?? by evaporation or e.nptyiug it into Roanoke river. And all this because XulZ"' St root." ItoanAh! Hut the water from the waste* pipes on Salem Avenue, Campbell ami Jefferson streets w permitted to run in the cutters.? These are the principal streets in tho city, and this privilege is granted because Uiey are paved, and so is tho gutter whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 May 1889

gxlem <$iines-$tgistrr. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1889. Ijntereil at the Poatoftloe, In Salem, Va as seennd-elaws matter.] THIS PAPER LOCAL APFAIP9 Nearly a Ckntenarian. ? Mr Wm. B?u, evidently the ?( chiseu of this co'inty. died hi Ui, home in the neighborhood of Siutfcr last Friday morning, aged ninety-eight yeais. Thanks Returned.?Wo are re quested by Mr. E. II. Catt, who recently lost a horse by drowning In Itoanoke river, to return his very grateful thanks to thoso who voluntarily contributed so liberally to the fund to enable liitn to purchaso another. "One Price to All "?Thin i* the motto of Hobbs & Baker, the well kuown Roanoke merchant*,and that price they claim is always the lowest. See their announcemenihi another column and when in Roanoke shopping, don't fall to visit their large store in the Moomaw block,where a full line of dry goods, groceries, Ac., can always be found. Dwellino and Foundry for Sale.?The residence and foundry ownetl by the late Win. Diug...

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