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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 June 1889

ficn. I.otigfetrt'4'r* <iol?l Mluis I A co h'-i ondent writes to the Bos-1 t4?n / W of June IS. from Wanblugton: "A furious story h told hero about (;?>i:crHl Ijongstreet, 11?<* Confederate command* r, who Inn thru red ho aelively of lnt<? in Republican politic?* in (SoorKiii Tlie old coldii'i' is very III in Gainesville hihI ha* to do his political work here l>y proxy. Soiuo w< ek*? or so ago the paper* minounced tin* ihstrucliou of ton home, uear Gainesville, by fire, involving the lotsy of I is library, his sword, uniforms and war relics and tho manu-1 script of his book. His loss was a terrible blow to tho old general. But tho sequel to the disaster, as related by a friend of his, seems to transform disaster into a blessing. After the lire, work mon were engaged in clearing away tho ruins, and In a hopeless sort of a way looking to see if ani thing could bo sav**]. While at work with picks and shovels they struck ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 July 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 1889. JjafeiH (gwtes-$$eqister. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVERY PltlDAY M O It N I N G , At Sl.fiO ror Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CKABTREE. CHAS. O. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pabllnhrrii and Proprietor*!. ADVEKTIMKNti BATEM. rrAi?l?nlA<lT?rtl?cm?>nta?those running lest* than sixty days?will be Inserted Ht the rate of75ct#< per iiquare for the Hrst laKnrtlon, and 60 cents for eaoh additional lnHiTtiou. special rates for a longer period. Profeaaloiial or other cards, occupying one 'square, or less, one year, $12.00; six months, S7.50; three months $5.00. bonger advertisements subject to special contract. Obttnnrie* and Tribute* of Respect, when they exceed ten linos, will bo charged tpr at the rate of & cents per line for all such excess. All <'iiCm must l>e on metal foundatio...

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

S?m's-B*8*xiy(. Consolidated AuguHfc 15.18Q3.) FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1881). CHAS. D. DBN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Ah tho press of Virginia speaks out iu regard to the approaching convention, it becomes more and more certain, to us, that O'Ferrail is the ?'coming man." He is developing great strength. Whoever else from couuty and personal considerations may be mentioned llrst, tho gallant O'Ferrail is nearly always the second choice. From the history of nominating conventions this would seem to insure his nomination ou tho second ballot at least. If such bo tho will of the party, tho conduct of the next canvass, with all its importance to Virgina, could not bo entrusted to a more stalwart champion. No one would throw himself moro heartily and entirely into tho fray, nor deal heavier blows. If elected, of which we would feel but littlo doubt, ho will wear the gubernatorial mantle worthily and well. We would lose, it is true, his efficient services in the present Congress. But ...

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

j?a/tw fgimes-gfegishr. FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1889. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va as seoond-elaas matter.] imna ViPVTI rH*?. XIXlO X AT HiXV 1'7 lu.wpll ft Oo ? Xt-WiiMuer Aitv?rt??lnKNunMMiOOBpruoo Bt.), whoro Mlvprllaliin ouulracu uiuy l*> uuulo lor It IN IS JtW \OUK< LOCAL -A.PF-A.IRS ' MiWN-Meell nc. A mass convention of the Democratic party of this county will be licld in Salem on Monday, July 15th, 1889, for the purpose of appointing eleven delegates and their alternates to represent this county in tho State convention, which meets in Richmond on August 14th. Also for the reorganization of the party for the ensuing campaign. The delegates will be distributed as follows : Catawba, GG 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 Cliairman. A Sad Death.?About two weeks ago Mr. Fred Masi, a popular druggist of Norfolk, arrived at Lake...

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

A DistrfMNinK Xtory. 1U>ck. Auk.. June 2!.?A distro^sir^ Ht<>ry <m>uiok In^ui CllntoUi on tho upper Rod river. An old gentleman named James Kiumeraon was with his family iti his house at night, when a lieroe storm arose. After hours of rain the water Hooded liis house, and, fearing danger, ho gathered two of hi* children in Ids armx and made for the door to escape. Ah the door opened, a huge log ailoat daubed in and knocked the little ones from his arms, they fell at his feet into a swift curront and were lost. Ho then took up two more, one in each arm, and succeeded in getting out with them safely, tolling his wife to follow with tho others, but in attempting to escape in tho same manner, tho mother, with two children in her arms, and throe cliugiug to hor dress, was carried down with tho llood and drowned, the father and two children beiug the only ones loft in the family of eleven who escaped with their lives. Tho night was d...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 July 1889

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 12. 1889. NO. 52. ,?alem jgimes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERT FllIDAY M O It N I N G , At 91.a<> Per Yonr, ST&ICTL Y CASH IN ADVANCE. ]/ not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CRABTREE. chas. D. DENIT F. O. WEBUEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publishers nnd Proprietors. 1 ADVERTIMINti RATES. rmnnlitnt Adv?rtlR?menti-tbOBe runnlng loss than sixty days?will be Inserted st the rate of75cts per square for the first In- ? *rth>a,aod 80 cents for each additional Insertion. Bpeclut Mitos for r lonnwr pvriod. Profmlonsl or other cards, occupying one .square, or less, ono year, $12.00; six months, 17.60; three months 15.00. Longer aJvertlseinontssubJect to special contract. ObltnsrlM iimi Tributes of Ronpect. when they exoecd ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line for all such excess. All Cats must be on metal foundation, when they will bo...

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

Consolidated August 15,1033.) FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1880. CHAS. D. DENIT, Kditor. PRANK O. WEBREft, Aw*octato. DUTY OF THE HOUR. We are neariug the eve of the most important election that has taken place in our Stato for certainly four yearn. Important to ourselves and thoso near to us; important to all classes and conditions of men, to those of both colors, who love good and staple government. The National election of last year was not nearly mo close to the interests of our people as the one this fall, as upon it depends tho welfare and stabilit" of those subjects of State government so dear to us all. Tho Democratic party, to which wo profess allegiance, is essentially the party of the people, and it is the duty as well as the privilege of all to see to it that it is so controlled and managed that tho greatest good shall bo done to the greatest number ; and, to accompllbh this, that its candidates bo meu of character as well as men of talent and intelligence. Then, too, when such men ...

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

^nlein $imes-?egister. FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1889. Entered at the PostoiUce, iu Salem, Ya as aecond-cla?8 matter.] Ill If f CI T? A PUT? iruiy bn fonnd on 111* n t 0?w XHJLo X iu AA i>. liowolt & iV>'it NowHiHtiM-r Ailv?<r?l?l?iKI?un<*u(lOHjinico 81.>, vrhon> oilv.-rll*lni{ Duvtnwu uuAjr i*? uuuio tvt it in NJ&W XOUKi LOCAL AFFAIRS Mas^nceling. A mass convention of the Democratic party of this county will bo held in Salem 011 Monday, July 15th, 1880, for the purpose of appointing eleven delegates and their alternates to represent this county in tho State convention which meets In Richmond on August 14th. Also for the re organization of tho party for tho ensuing enmpaign. The delegates will be distributed as follows ? SatZ^,0 V?tCS f?r CleVQ,ft,,d' ' 1 Big IJck 300 votes for Cleveland, * Cave Spring, 233, County at Large, J" By order Executive Committee. 1' W. W. Bali^ard, County Chairman. An Honored...

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

A Now Way of Hl??M?kl"K Graiu. A liural New Yorker correspondent describes what ho vouches for a? an entirely satisfactory plan for shocking grain. Of the twelve bundles that make tlioshock select first, for caps, the two longest and beet, preferably not very large ones. Next tnko tho two largest ami longest and Htand them north and south, head to head, with the butts well apart, and settle theui firmly together and on the ground. The bundles should stand at an angle of about forty-live degrees with the ground, or as Hat as may be without falling in. Next, with a good buudle in each hand, step to the uorlh end of the shock, facing south, and set a pair astride of the butts of the north one of the first pair, raihei sUaight, lc-uing slightly toward the shock, i. e., south. Set another pair over the butts of the south bundles of the first pair. The shock is now long, consisting of three pairs of bundles, the first ranging north aud south, the second and third ranging east and west, on...

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

VOL. 24. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 19. 1889. NO. 1. ga/m (gimcr>-?eflir>ler. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY FHIDAY MOllMNU, At ?1.?? l*or Your. STRICTL Y CASII IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T.CnABTHEE. CH AS. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEWIT & WEBBER, ?*ahllMhcrn and Proprietor*. ADVERTISING RATES. rrnn?lcut Ailvfrllnrnifntt-thoiie running lost) tliau sixty days?will be Inserted si the rate of 75oUi per square for the first tninrtlmr, imAM-Maia Mr ??><!> s >rtiou. ttpeclal rate* for a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying Dite rsquare, or loss, one year, 912.00; six month*. f7.R0; three months 15.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. ObiinsrloH anal Trlbntc* of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all auoh O XCRKH . All ??ntw must bo on metal foundation, wheu th...

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

gahut ^iit(rs-?tifisterL. Oonaolldated Aufccuwt 15,11383.) FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1888. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. 01'K 24T11 YEAR. With this issuo tho Times-Regis-teu enters upon its '21th year, and the seventh under its present management. During; that time it has battled with all the vigor it could command for the up-building of Salem and Roanoke county a~s well as for the maintenance of those political principles dear to a vast majority of the white people of Virginia. Many changes have taken place Binee its establishment, both in its management and in the community; and it has witnessed and felt periods of prosperity as well as of adversity. Now, however, it is ono of tho fixtures of Salem, and will continuo to advertise her beauty and ad vantages to the world, in doing which we have always found much pleasure. Since tho present owners havo had charge of the paper we havo been greatly encouraged by the patronage extended to it by the citizens of the town and ...

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

J??/?n ^imes-^egisfer. FIUDAY, JULY 19, 1889. Kntered at tho Poatofttce, in Salem, Ya as second-clans matter.] inii Id T> A PUTJ WW lw>fmirvl on fflont n?v ?lillO * ivi ri i*> >?. Kiiwcll & Oo'm Ni'Wumii'r AilvcrtlKltiK Run?u (10 Spnico St.), whtw idvi-nliiliiii owulracU luuy U> uumIu tor It IN JSKW VUUK< Fair Warning. jfc?TAftcr August 15tli next we ?liall strike from our books tho names of all persons who aro duo us for more than two years' subscription to the TimesRkuistek, and shall then proceed to place their accouuts in ttic hands of an ofliecr for collcction. We dislike very much to take this step, or to part with any of our present subscribers, but we cannot run our paper on promises, nor can we afford to longer Indulge those who have repeatedly taken advantage of our Icniencc. Those who arc interested can save themselves and us much trouble and annoyance by coming forward and paying part, if not a...

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

Tlic thirty Most merchants want their clerks to yi't dowu to their work hs early as possible, but that is not tl?o kind of business man old Tennyson is. He sleeps in his store, and as business is not very brisk, ho does not care t ?bo auuoyed by his clerks coming to the store too early. A few morning" ago he was disturbed by one of the clerks coining to the storo at half-past seven. "What do you mean by getting down to the storo this hour of the morning? Why are you not iu your bed and asleep?" said the old man, angrily, us he opened the store door iu his uightgowu. "I am very sorry," bald the clerk, "that 1 came dowu so early, but the truth is 1 was at a ball last night, and it was bo early when I left that 1 thought I would not go to bod at all." "That's a poor excuse, sir. Hereafter you must get hero later than this or I'll discharge you. If one ball is not enough to keep you up uutil a late hour of tho morning, then go to two balls, so you will not get hero too early again." "Qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 July 1889

YOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1889. NO! 2. Anient jgimes-^etfister. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLISHED EVERY F II I 1) A Y 31 () It N I N G , At SI.GO I?er Year, STUIQTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCK. If not paid in advancc 93 will be charged. ? T. CHABTREE. chas. D. DENIT F. G. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publishers mid Proprietor*. ADVEKTI8INO KATES. A'lTrrtliiomonfa?thoKo runnliiu IohhUirii slrty days?will bo Inserted st the rate of75cts per square for the first Insertion, and 50 cents for eaeb additional ins jrtlon. Hpeclaliateafor a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying <?ne :??{uare, or loss, otio year, tltt.00; Hlx month*, I7.&0; three months $5.00. Longer a I vertlsementHsubject to special contract. OkklnnrtoR and Tributes of Kespect, when they exceed ten Hues, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all auoli excess. All <?nts must be on metal foundation, Mrheu they will be Ins...

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

Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JULY LV?, 1889. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Assoclato. THE OUTLOOK ENCOURAGING. The Times-RegI3Tbr is greatly encouraged by the present outlook for a bright future for Salem. The people of our town, together with somo large capitalists from abroad, arc now considering earnestly the matter of placing a large amount of capital hero in a land company and several other companies and business enterprises. These parties recognize fully the great stringency of the times, which it is feared may becomo worse, from the fact that wo have an election this fall, and if Mahono, or a tool of his, should be elected Governor of Virginia, and subject the affairs of the State to his personal ends, as is his custom, business enterprises will bo paralysed and business prosperity deferred; hence this matter of Salem's development, we are told, is receiving most grave and serious consideration. From what wo know of these gentlemen, they are not tho kind w...

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

&alem ^imes-^egisler. FRIDAY. JULY 26, 1889. Entered at tho PosfcotBce, In Salem, Ya as second-elans matter.]? niu Ifl T> A pro m*jr bo fonrvl on fU? ?t <J?v i tuo X iVTIiA pTrowwII * Uu*a N..w.i*.>..r A'Woitlrtlnw J*ur??u (lOSpruco HtAwhyn- a?lv.ri|.ln>{ oubUkU iiMjr bo miwln (ut U IN >t\V VOltil. LOCAL AFFAIRS Fair Warning. *6?'After August 15th next wc shall strike from our Looks tho names of all persons who nro duo us for moro than two years' subscription to tho TimesRegister, and shall then proceed to place their accounts in the hands of an ofliccr for collection. Wc dislike very much to tako this step, or to part with any of our present subscribers, but wo cannot run our paper on promises, nor can wo afford to longer Indulge those who have repeatedly taken advantage of our Icnicncc. Those who arc interested can save themselves and us much trouble and annoyanco by coming forward and paying part, if not all, of t...

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

l'roli'MNor Jeauptu'?. TI1E VALIANT MAN WAS WILLING TO ANHWl'H TO TUE NAMK OF BNAGOS. I Chit-ago Tribune.] "11a! Caught you at last, have i ??? The tali, powerful mau wtio uttered these words stood in the center of a group at a street corner in a I far Western town. As he spoke ho brought his hand d iwn heavily on tho shoulder of a mild-loOklng stranger, who was passing hydatid turned hiui half-way round. The tall, powerful wan had previously wiuked at the bystanders. "You dou't remember me, 1 s'pose?" he contluued, with a fierce frown, as ho tightened bis clinch on the stranger's shoulder. "Why, no; I can't say 1 do," replied the mild-looking man, looking j at him wonderlngly. "You'vo forgot all about the time j you leaued out of a car wiudow of a train jest pullin' out of Cheyenne and knocked my hat off, I reckon?" "I certainly don't remember anything of tho kind," protested the bewildered stranger. "I never saw you before." "O, yes, you did! You may have forgot it, but 1 haven't....

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

YOL. 24, SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1889. NO^ 3. <?ahin (gimes-i^tQisitr. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PDBLI8HED EVERY r 11 I I) A Y MOllNING. At 31.00 Por Yonr, STRICTLY CASIT IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEUBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Vabllslaer* nml proprietor*. o ad\i:ktiming bate*. rri?i*?lent Advertisement#? those runtilng less than sixty days?will bo Inserted fit, the rate of7rjcU per square for the first Inunrtlon and 60 cents for each additional 1 nH^rtlon . Special rate, for a longer period. l*rofe?*loual or other cards. dne n?iuare, or less, ouo y?a*? H,x months, S7.(>0; three months 15.00. Longer alvertlseraents subject to special contract. Ol>ltn?rlo? ami TrlbnlM ?f Renpect, when they exceed ten Hues, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino for all such 81jU1CuIs must bo on metal. foundation, ?rheu they will bo Inserted without extra bar...

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

?-i I "it (Titiics-gieQistcr. Consolidated August 15,1803.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. A CONVENTION CALLED FOK. The Democrats of Itoanoko county will meet in mass-meeting on Monday, August 19th, to select delegates to represent this county in the Senatorial convention, which has been called to meet in Salom on August :50th, 1889, to nominate a candidate for the State Senate Trom this district to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Col. D. P. Houston. The representation in tho convention will bo one delegate for every lifty vol us for Cloveland, or fractional part thereof over twenty-live. At tho same time delegates will bo appointed to reproseni this county In the convention which has been called to meet at the same placo and time to nominate a candidato for the liouso of Delegates from Itoanoko city and county and Craig county. Basis of representation will be the same. I'nder this basis the districts will be entitled as follo...

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

galent ^imes-?tgisUr. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 18Si). Entered at tho Poutoilice, iu Salem, Va hh socotid-claus matter.] THIS PAPER >.|v.rtl?lim Itunnu (10 Bpniw Kt.). wh<-n< *?lv?.p? win* M'uIikM uuior U> luoUo l-jr U IN > JLW VOU11. X.OOAIL, AFFAIRS Fair WarniiiK. Stif"After August 15th next we shall strike from our books tho names of all persons who are duo us for more than two years* subscription to the TimesRegister, and shall then proceed to place their accounts in the hands of an olllccr for collection. We dlsllko very much to tako this step, or to part with any of our present subscribers, but we cannot run our paper on promises, nor can wo afford to longer indulge those who have repeatedly taken advantage of our lenience. Those who are interested can save themselves and us much trouble nod annoyance by comh g forward and paying part, if not all, of their indebtedness. Most obediently, Publishkks Times-Register. Private School.?A...

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