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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 May 1889

"THE Lirs THAT TOli'll LttjUOlt SHALL NEVER TOUCH MINE." Alice Lee stood awaiting her lover one night. Her cheeks tlu>hed ami glowing, h?r eyes full of lig'-t; Slit- liatl placed :i sweet rose *mld her bright golden hair? Xo flower of tln> forest e'er looked half so fair A* she did that night, when she stood by the door Of the cot where she dwelt by the side of the moor. Her lover hud promised to take her a walk. And she'd bnilt all her hopes on a long pleasant talk ; Hut the daylight was waning, and also, I ween. Her temper was failing, might plainly be seen? For now she'd stand still, then a tuue she would hum, And Impatiently mutter, "I wish he would come!" "You may say what you like, 'tis not pleasant to;wait. And William has oft kept me waiting of late. I know where he stays, it is easy to tell,? lie spends many au hour at the sign of "The Hell." I wish he would keep from such places away; llis rakish companions to lead him astray." She heard a quick step ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 May 1889

- YOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1889. NO. zl.fi (giines-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLI8HED EVERY F 11 I I) A Y MOllNING, .A.t #l.ao Per Vcnr, HSTR1CTL Y CASH IS A D VANCE. If not paid in ailvancc $2 will be chargctl. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publisher* and Proprietor*. AUVEKTIMINti KATK8. rmtKlPiil Adf?irtl(ifni??to-thoiie running lenathan sixty daya?will be lnaerted at the rate ofTVU per square for the drat Inn?rtlon, and 50 c?ntn for eaoli additional Insertion . Special raten for a longer period. Pror?Hwlonnl or other oarda, ocoupylng one square. or lean, oue year, tl2.00; alx muntliw, $7.50; three monthc fS.OO. Longer n<l vertlwcinenta subject to special contract. Obllnarl?H and Tribal** of Respect, when they exceed ten llnea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oeuts per line for all auch ? XCflHN. All Ciitx muNt be on metal foundation, when they will be lnaerted without oxtru bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 May 1889

&int's-?*8isiW-Consolidated August 1C.1883.) FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER. Associate. The Mahone Republicans of Salem district evidently heard something "drap" last Thursday, and if appearances count for anything the sound was by no means a pleasant one to them. It has been developed to the full satisfaction of every thinking man that the Republican plan of protectlug American industry is nothing more or less than a cunningly devised and uuholy scheme for tho taxation of labor in every form without compensation in any form. It is simply legalized robbery. If tho colored people in other sections of Virginia aro aa bitterly opposed to MhIiodo and his henchmen j as they are in this county, not a sin-1 gle one of them could be elected to any office whatever. Tho heretofore "faithful r.lly" has become a malignant foe, and has declared war against tho "Mahone ring," as they term it, which means that it must goTho indications are that the Northe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 May 1889

?alem g[imes-?egi$hr. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1889. Kilter ml nt the PostotBce, in Salem, Va as second-class matter.] THIS PAPER fflSSRKSSSSsysJ AiWitIMiikIhiWtt(IOSpr-iiv 81.),* hrrp ulvrriUlnii ouuuocu luujr bo iiumIo lur It IN NtW \(IUK> LOCAL A.PPAIRS Board Wanted in a Private Family.?A lnily with a nine-months old baby wishes board In a pleasant private family in or near Salem. Must keep a good table, and have a large yard. Also wishes to hire a girl to nurse baby in day. Address by Saturday afternoon, stating price and location, 41 Board," c are TimrrReoister. lw If you want to see a Jap take a bride Go to the Town Hall next Friday and be satisfied. G 31-2w New Heal Estate Firm.?We call the special attention of our readers to the advertisement of Chapman, Hansbrough & Co., real estate agents, and recommend them to parties having properties for sale or tlioso wishing to purchase, believing they will find it to their interest, to do so. First appearance of the bab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 May 1889

II Will he ll?r?l to Down the Month. A Philadelphia banker, who bun just returned from h trip through the coal and iron region of Southwest Virgiuia, is greatly Impressed with the resources of that section. "Pennsylvania iron masters," he said, "will have a hard light to compete successfully with the furnacemen in Virginia. I visited one furnace, a rather small affair, turning out about a thousand tons a week, which 1 was told netted the proprietors $75,000 last year. 1 expressed some surprise, but the proprietor exhibitrd his books and showed me plainly that his profits last year were $72,000, or about $1.00 a ton. lie can make iron for between $10 and $11 a ton, and after paying $2.50 a ton for freight to Philadelphia, can sell it for $14.50 a ton. Ilia iron, too, is pretty near as good as that made in Pennsylvania. Coal costs him $2 a ton at his furnace, lime can be had for tho digging of it, and iron ore for a small royalty, whilelabor is cheap. It is a pretty hard outlook for o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 June 1889

T\rr> Anr ,2jj>akin ?[imes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI3HED EVERY 11 I l)A Y MORNING, At #1.50 X?or Year, UTItrCTL Y CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance will be charged.. T.CHABTHEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, 1'nltllHlierN nml Proprietor*. AUVEKT1NINU It \ I i s. rrnuMoiit A?lTertlaemrnti-tbowp running loan thau sixty days?will bo Inserted Ht the rate of 75ets per square for the first Insertion, *uil 60 oenU for oaoh addition*I laM jrtlon. Mpeclal rate* for a longer period. Profeaalonnl or other cards, ooonpylng one Square, or loss, one year, #12.00; nix month*, #7.60; three months #5.00. l^onger advertisements subject to special contract. Obllnsrlp* nml Tribute* ?f Koaprrl, when tlioy exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All 4'ut* must be on metal foundation, when they will be inserted without extra barge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any given Issu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 June 1889

?;?/?'/ !?im*s-?egisfw. Oon?olldftto(3 Auguet 16,1083.) FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1880. CHA8. D. DEN1T. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBEIt, Associate. *A b ? # isr*!??; ? 35 '3t'' THAT TERRIBLE STORM. " From 12,000 to 15,000 lives lost, and the damage to property estimated at frcui twenty-live to forty millions of dollars!" These are the latest returns from the dreadful Hoods which visited Coueinaujjh Valley, Pennsylvania, last Thursday night and Friday, to an account ofj which wesurrender much ofourspace to-day. It reads more like some horrible droam than the sad reality which it is. Entire towns and villages I were swept from tho earth before the awful torrent reached and hurled into ruin the two thousand houses of Johnstown. Of 65 inmates of one house, G.'t were killed as its walls fell. ] Hallway trains were swept from the sidings along with the awful wreck of buildings, including the great steel rolling-mill works, and jammed in a mass ugainst the great stone viaduct below, whose arches were block...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 June 1889

talent ffiimes-fflegister. FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 1885). Entered at the Poetoflloe, In Salem, Va as second-class matter.] raw Art rrrtlidnjc Ihlrrxtu (10 8prllc*? St-V, whrr*. aalwrt tiring ooatraots uajr bo iuad? tor it IN MKW VUUK. LOCAL AFFAIRS Attention Is called to the notice of Wm. McCauley, commissioner. to be found in our advertising columns to-day. See it; you may be interested. Holxins Commencement.?1Tho commencement exercise* of Holllns Institute will bo held next Wednesday, June 12th. Rev. E. C. Dargan, of South Carolina, and Hon. Baker P. Lee will deliver addresses, and these exercises, as usual, will be of a very interesting and entertaining character. See the advertisement in another column for particulars. While in Roanoke on Saturday last wo were shown tluough the extensive furniture and carpet establishment of Mr. E. II. Stewart, which is one of the largest in the State, and Is kept constantly stocked with all the latest designs in that line of goods. Mr. Stewart is a bus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 June 1889

The I.??n?IIor?l Wmk Aware ?r tUo FiU't. Not long since, wi> were teachinga band in (ho town or village of This was on h Saturday night. *?ftor tho lesson wo repaired to the1 hotel where wo were stopping for tho night. The landlord and I were standing at ono end of tho bar talkin*;; time, about half-past eleven, or near midnight. The bar-room door opened and in walked a gentleman, rather tine-looking, high silk hat, white necktie, black euit, with heavy overcoat and small caba. "Good evening, gentlemen," said he. Wo also said, "Good evening, sir." "Mr. Landlord, can you accommodate me with a room for tho night ?" "My dear sir," said tho landlord, "I am very sorry, but every room in tho house is occupied. Thi8 gentleman," meaning mo, "took tho last ono wo had, and wo oven have people sleeping ou cots, sofas, lounges, otc," "Whatam 1 to do? Mr. , tho minister, wired mo to-day to como and preach for him to-mor-jow, ho being sick. I came out on the late train, and hero I am, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 June 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14. 1889. NO. 48. ,?nhin gpmes-gfeQishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOllNINQ, A t ijjll.OO Per Your, STRICTLY CAS If IN ADVANCE. If not paid t'n advance f2 trill be charged. T.CRABTKEE. CHAS.D.DEN1T F. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publlntiers nail Proprietor*!. ADVKRTIMINU KATEH. rmii?lcnt A?1 vert l*cinent?? thoho rannlng lesnthau sixty days?will be Inserted at Hi.' rate of "Sets per square for the drat lnHai'Mon, and 60 oenU for ??oh additional Inssrtlon . Special rates for a longer period. I'roroiNluBal or other cards, occupying one Taquare, or lent*, one year, 112-00; six tnontliH, f7.80; throe rnonlhH 15.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. OhlfnarlcK nnrt Trltxiton of RfopMt, when they exceed ten lines will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all*u^h excess. All OitN must be on metal foundation, when they will bo luserted without extra barge. Advertiseme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 June 1889

gvn'S'jgegisin. Consolidated August 15.1US3.) FRIDAY, JUNK 1 1. IKS'). CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK Q. WEBBER, Asaoclato. ?V. r- . i J| We yield most of our space to-day to matters of a local character, for which our readers will ask no excuso, we are sure. It is quite probablo that some, at least, of tho fourteen young gentlemen who graduated at Koanokc College on Wednesday, will find out after battling with the world for awhilo that many things commence after commencement. According to tho Advance, "strong efforts are being made to havo Roanoke selected as the place of holding the next Republican Btate convention. Richmond, Norfolk, Petersburg and Alexandria are also contesting for the circus." On the heels of tho dreadlul and appalling catastrophe by which Johnstown, Pa., was almost blotted out of existenco, comes news of the almost total destruction ofSeatle,W. T., a place of about 20,(KM) people, and ono of tho most enterprising towns on tho Pacific coast. The tire destroyed a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 June 1889

Jl*lent ?[intes-?j$egister. FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1889. Entered at the PostofHce, in Hnlom, Va as neoond-olasH matter.] THIS PAPER rgjgmi: ???} Ailvi>rlliiliu(llumiu (10 Buww BC). wh<<ri< mlvort lulu* ooulruct* tuajr bo ituulo lor 11 IN NKW VOUK.< LOCAL AFFAIRS Personal.?Lieut. Thomas D. Gritlln, or the United States Navy, is hero on a visit to liis relative and friends, of whom ho lias many. IIo camo direct from JIayti. where his flag-sblp, tho Galena, has been on duty for several months. Mr. W. S. Baskcrvillc and lady, of Pulaski, arc here visiting relatives and many friends. We arc sorry to learn that Mr. Win. P. Huff is quite sick at his homo near Holline. Mr. Ccsarra, a full-blooded Mcxican, arrived hi Salcin this Week, and will enter Roanoko College next session. Dr. A. W. l'itzer, of Washington, D. C., Is here on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. PiUer. Mr. A. II. Magoc, oi this place, fell! from a scaffold in Roanoko on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 June 1889

A LAN? OF POVEKTY. A CRAI'IIIC PICTURE OK INDIA. Ih'rank <?. C?riH\t??r In ttu? N. Y. World 1 Aora, India, April 12.?Poverty! poverty! poverty! I flm! written h 11 over IndiH. Its characters shiue out in the Hlirutiki'ii lee* and fiat stomachs of the oeople. The blazing Hun paints the word on tlie huts ol every village, and the squalid want which tiI 1h every part of the cities 1 have seen so plain tlmt ho who ruus may read. Tho condition ol the Kast iudia people is far worse than that of the Chiuese. Tho Oorcaus aro fat aud Japaueso wealthy in cooiparieon with the pooplc around me. Tho Malays, the Siamese and the Burmese have plenty to eat and leisure for loafing. These peo pie work from morn until night and go to bod hungry. They are not inoro than half clothed. The masses wear too strips of thin cotton cloth, and of the 253,000,000 of people in India four out of five go bare-footed. WAGES TERRIBLY LOW. Wages aro terribly low, and millions of men In India live, marry an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 June 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21. 1889. NO. 4.9. jga/em jgimes-jgeflister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FllIDAY MORNING, At Rl.SO Per Year, STRICTLYCAMI IN ADVANCE. If not paul in advance ?2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publisher* nnd Proprietors. ADVERTININO RATES. rriinnlont Ad f ?trtUem?n ti-thono runnluKlossthan sixty days?will be Inserted hI the rutc of75cts per square for the first latterllon, and 60 cents for ecob additional VuHortlon. Hpeolal rate* for a longer period. Hrofemlonnl or other card*, occupying one ^square, or less, one year, $12-00; Mix mouths, <7.50; three months $5.00. longer ad vertlsoments subject to special contract. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, when they exceed ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of & centn per line for all such excess. All Cnt?i must he on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 June 1889

giiiies-^egistq. | Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1889. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FKANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Jtlf NONSENSICAL COMPLAINTS. We cannot soe the falriitHn or justice of the complaint made by the Timks-Reo-istkr and other organs of ita party that Capt. Pat. H. McCaull, in order to prosecute his claims to the collectorebip of this district, is neglecting the duties of an otllce to which the people of Roanoke county elected him with the expectation that he woulJ attend to it. If Capt. McCaull can get the better paying position ho is aspiring to let him have it.? If faithful party service desorves areward lie has rlcnly earned the collectorship, or a higher aud better paying place if he wants it. Resides, the complaint that he is neglecting the position to which the people called him will not hold good, for his etUclent deputy, Mr. Maiuuel M. White, gives satilaction as far as wo have been able to learn, and he is Capt. McCauil's personal representative. As lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 June 1889

J!*/?? ^imes-Register. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1889. Entered at the PostolHoe, In Salem, Va hh second-claws matter.] ffTTTTQ T5 A WD m*r ho ftmnri r?n (llo *t Ooa JLIiiO riuJCiA i'7lu?wotiaKp?>Mu.-r A<l wrt Inline Ruimiu (10 Bpnu>? St. \ wW ailrwrt talnif ovuuucu uugr U> ttuwlo tur It IN NKW VOUKL. LOCALi AFFAIRS Personal.?Superintendent Holland left last Monday lor Farmvillo to attend the annual meeting of the llnard of Trustees of the State Female Normal school. On his return ho will stop over In Lynchburg to aid, as far as possible, in situating pleasantly the teachers of this county who will attend the normal institute there. Miss Etta Den it, of this place, is visiting friends in Uoanokc city. Misses Helen and Lllla Bridges, two beautiful and attractive young ladies from Leesburg, arc visiting Rev. J. II. Bridges, of this place. Miss C. L. Lloyd, a very accomplishcd young lady of New York, is a guest at the rcsidcncc of Col. D. C. Shanks, in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 June 1889

A Snake In ?'ourt. If there is ?ny one in tho world who can l>eat ft backwoods member of the legislature eating roasted ground peas tliat peraon is the averhk? superior court bailiff. Now, there is a bailitT iu Albany who is no exception to this rule. One of his friends knew thin and he set a trap for the bailitT. The friend tlxed up ? small paper bng with a few peanuts and a small dead snake in it. lie walked into the court room, eating away on some ground peas that he had in his hand ; the bailiff*, like a warhorso scenting battle, caught one whiff of them. It was too much for him ; he couldn't stand it; eo, getting up from his seat, he walked rapidly by his friend, jerking the bag, snake and all, out of his hand. With a chucklo of delight, off went the ottlcer to a corner of the court room, llo turned up tho bag to pour the coveted goobers into his hand, when, horrors! out came the snake. Tho mau just gave one look at his hand?the snake seemed to move?and, with thesing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 June 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VJt, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 28. 1889. NO. 50. gzlem gimes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I I> A Y MOHNING, A t 81.BO Per Yonr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1/ not paid in advancc ?- will be chargcd. T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, f*at>llfthcr? ami Proprietors. ADVERTlNlNti KATES. rrnn<il?nt Advertisements ? those running leas than sixty (lays?will be luserted Kt the rate of75ct* por square for the first insertion, and 60 cents for eacli additional Insertion . Special rates for a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying one square, or less, one year, I1J.W; six mouths, $7.50; three months $6.00. Longsr a l ver t lseinent s subject to special con tract. ObltanriM nml Tribute* or Rrapect. when they exoeed ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of 6 ceuts per line for all mob MMk All Cnts must bo on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 June 1889

?/??/ ?i?(es-?egisi^. Consolidated August 16,1883.) Fill DAY, JUNE 28, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. OUB CHOICE. When the Democratic convention meets in August to nominate a representative of the party to bo elected Governor of Virginia, it will suffer fiorn what the French term the "embarrassment of riches." In every sectiou of the Stato there are statesmen tried and truo, whom the peopio would be glad to honor, and who would wear such honors gracefully and well. In the matter of selection, therefore, the question is not apt to bo one so much of party prido and preferment as of success in tho canvass and at the polls. Here, with alt that is at stake on the issues, there must bo no mtet&ke. Whatever our sectional or personal preferences may be; whatever we may owo to those who have borne our Hag ho gallantly In tho contests of the past, an inexorable roference must bo had to qualities embodied in our nominee that will bo likely to aid in our c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 June 1889

<?.</?? jgimes-Register. FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1881). Entered at the PostotHoe, In Salem, Va an second-clans matter.] in 11 la TJ A PVB mny tw fnmrwl on IMo nt CXWX A1119 r ATuA IV lu.wwii a o>?'? XixMitu'r A'Iv?tIWIii?c (10 Sprue* St.). wh?>rr> iwlv.-rlinlng eoulrocu tuugr On uutUo lur ll> AN MiW V UUh.< LOCAL AFFAIRS IMnNN-Neeting. A mass convention of tlie Democratic party of this county will bo liekl in Salem on Monday, July 15th, 1889, for tho purpose of appointing eleven delegates and their alternates to represent this county In the State convention, which meets in Richmond on August 14th. Also for the re-organl/.atlon of the party for tho ensuing campaign. The delegates will be distributed as follows : Catawba, CO votes for Cleveland, 1 Salem, 378, 4 Big Lick, 300 votes for Cleveland, 3 Cave Spring, 233, 2 County at Large, 1 11 By order Executive Committee. W. W. Ballard. County Chairman. Personal.?Bishop...

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