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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 August 1889

A Wonderful Phenomenon. S1NKINO OF TIIK OATL1KO KAKM IN I'KINCR (1KOKUB. Mr. Kdward 11. (Jatliug, who i? tho traveling salcanDan for W. T. Hancock, of Richmond, received a telegram on Sunday, calling him homo, from his moth or, who resides at their beautiful homestead, "Spring Hill," in Prince George county, near Peters burg, and immediately on the Appomattox river, to witnoss the sinking of h largo art a of land, on which were giant ?>aks 1(K) feet high and numerous otber trees of gigantic proportions, which bavo sunk as they grew, leaving only the tops of the branchvs peering above tho walls, ami being just enough left to reach to tho roiuainiug surface. The sinking of the earth carried with it about ten or twelve acres of land, leaving an ugly looking wall as solid as granite on either side, varyiug from ten to sixty feet porfoctly porpondicular. Thoro has also formod a beautiful crystal lake of mluoral water, eight or ton feet deep, covering about two acres, in which ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 August 1889

YOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1889. ? NO? 4 (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY BIORMNQ, At 91.no Por Your. STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. If not paid in advance will be charged. T. CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, PubllHhrn ami Proprietors. ADVERTININti KATES. rrnnilont Advertisement*? those running lessiban sixty days?will be Inserted t the rate of 75cts per square for Wie first inertlon, and 60 cents for each additional luertlon. Hpeclai rates for a longer period. k*rof??nNloiml or other cards, occupying ?>ne square, or Ibbs, one year, S12.00; six months, $7.50; three months S5.00. Longer advertisements subjectto special contract. , Obltnsrl?>?i and Tribute* of Konporl, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all such excess. All t'ntM must bo on metal foundation, when they will bo Inserted, without extra barge. Advertisements to Insure ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 August 1889

gahiit gintes-g$tgistift. Consolidated August 10,1(383.) Fltll>AY( AUGUST 0, 1881). CIIAS. P. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. It ia very encouraging and pleasant to the Timks-Rkgister to have tho assurance of its friends that the efforts mado by tho paper in behalf of Salem's growth and development are not without appreciation or attendant success. Time and again havo wo declared that Saleui has a bright future before her, aud now we have tho assurance from parties who are in position to know, that if tho plans now on foot for her upbuilding are matured, as it is confidently predicted they will be, her industrial awakeniug will soon be inaugurated with an amount of capital and upon a business basis such as has not been brought to bear upon any town or city in the South except Birmingham and perhaps our sister city Roanoke. Our people have become aroused to the importance of moving forward in the march of progress, keeping pace with tho music of material develop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 August 1889

?alem ^inus-^egisftr. FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 1889. Entered at tho PostotHce, in Salem, Va aa secoud-elass matter.] this paper rrttesnr^?^!? ,<t<lvi>rt lultur IturiMiu (10 Sprttce 8t. X wh<?r?? ml v??rt l?'t<u ts/ulruuU luagr U> xuudu Ivt It AM >JtW LOCAL AFFAIRS Fair Warning. #fc?r After August 15th next wo shall strike from our books tho uauies of all persons who arc duo us for more than two years' subscription to tho TimesReoister, and shall then proceed bo placo their accounts in the hands of an oillcor for collection. We dlsllko very much to take 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 lenience. Those who are interested can savo themselves and us much trouble and annoyance by coming forward and paying part, If not all, of their Indebtedness. Most obediently, Publis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 August 1889

??After Your 3Joy." During t!io Christian Endeavor Convention s\t Chicago, one of the delegates a young business man, dressed iu a natty rough-and-ready suit, every movement alert and eager and telling of blotted energy within, camc suddenly upon a red-faced citi* I zen who evidently had been patronizing the hotel bar. Buttonholing the delegate atrille unceremoniously, the latter said : " What aro you fellows trying to do down at the Battery ? You are hot on temperance, I sec by the pa pers. Do you think you could make a temperance man out of me V* ?* No," replied the delegate, looking him over from head to foot with a keen glance slightly contemptuous, " wo evidently couldn't do much with you, but wc aro after your boy." At this unexpected retort the man dropped his jocular tone and sak\ seriously : " Well, I guess yon havo got the right of it there. If some* body had been after mo when I was a boy 1 should bo a better man to* day." Tho young man gave in a nutshell tho sum and subs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 August 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1889. NO1 5 %imes-$egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 3 PUBLISHED EVERY F 11 1 1> A Y MOllNING, At 8I.BO I?cr Yoor, iSTItlC TL Y CA 67/ IN A D VA NCE. If not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T.CRABTHEE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publishers mid proprietor*. ADVEKT1NINU UATEH. rrannlcut Advertisements?those mnnlng lesstliau sixty daya?will be Inserted t the rate of TboU por square (or the first luertlon.and 50 cunts for oaob additional iuyrtlon . Special rate* for a longer period. I'roft'KKloiiiil or other oard?, occupying #n? ""square, or less, on? year, six months, f7.&0; throe months $6.00. l.<oug?r advertisements subject to special contract. Obltunrlen and Tributes of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at tbe rate of 5 cent* per line for all such mm. All t'uts muHt bo on metal foundation, when they will bo Inserted W'jiout extra ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 August 1889

g;tleii( giti)es'?egisttf. Consolidated August 16,1083.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 115, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. KItANK O. WEBBER, Aaaocluto. v-f^W /* &1hW *Yi';i 1 A CONVENTION CALLED FOB. Tho Democrats of Roanoko couuty will moot in mass-moetiug on Monday, August 19th, to select delegates to represent this county in tho Senatorial convention, which has been called to meet in Salem on August 30th, 1889, to noininato a candidate for tho State Senate from this district to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Col. D. F. Houston. Tho representation in the convention will be ono dolegate for every fifty votes for Cleveland, or fractional part thereof over twenty-five. At the same time delegatos will be appointed to reprosont thla counfy In the convention which has been call-, ed to meet at thesamo place and lime to nominate a candidate for tho llouso of Delegates from Roanoke city and county and Craig county. Basis of representation will bo the same. Under this basis tho di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 August 1889

patent ?imes-?egisfer. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1889. Eutored at tho PostotUce, In Salem, Va as second-class matter.] THIS PAPER A.lvortle'oK lhin-nu (10Spruce St.). wht?P? m<lv?tiIn!ng euulnto.* uitt/ bo mxlii lor u IN NKW VOUKi LOCAL AFFAIRS We are requested by Mr. James W. Chapman to say that tho ball room at Lake Spring is (or tho use of his guests and others that arc invited and for no others, and ho hopes that this notice will bo properly appreciated. 8 10-3t Personal. Property for Sale. ?Mr. James O. Dent having rented his farm near this place has placed his personal property in the hands of Mr. I,. C. llansbrougli, trustee, to be sold. The sale will tako place on Wednesday, the 21st instant. Some valuable property will bo sold. Read the advertisement and attend tho sale. Tournaments and Balls.?a grand tournament and coronation bail will take place at the Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs and at Lake Spring on the 10th and 12th of September. Full particulars can bo had by writ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 August 1889

A Surprise*! Joker. A laughable but rather embarrassing case of mistaken Identity occurred the other day in one of lioston's j largest retail stores. A gentleman who is a little too fond of joking enteral the storo for the purpose of meeting his wife at a certain counter. Sure enough, there stood a lady dressed, to his eye at least, just like tho woman he was after. Her back was turned and no one was near her; so he quietly approached, took tier by tho arm, and said, in a voice of simulated severity : "Well, hero you are, apending my mor.ey as usual, eh ?'' The face turned quickly toward him was not his wife's ; it was that of an acrid, angry, keen-eyed woman of about GO years, who attracted the attention by saying, in a loud, shrill voice: "No, 1 ain't spending your money nor no other mau's money, and I'll" "1 beg your pardon, madam," cried the confused gentleman. "I supposed you were my wife, and" "Well, 1 just ain't your wife, nor no other man's wife, thank fortuno, to be jawed a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 August 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1889. NYV rt ??/?? @imts-&egi8ter. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY F It I ? A Y BIOIINING, At 8l.no Per Your. STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. JJ not paid in advance ?2 will be chargcd. T. CfUOTREE. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEH1T & WEBBER, nntl Proprietor*. A?VEET1NIN? RATES. I rninlcul A<lT?rll??,ini>iit?-tho?c running leu* than sixty il?y?? will be Inserted t the rate of 75cts per square for the flr?t inertlon,and 50 rout* for eaoh additional luorllou. special rateii for a longer period. PrufrotlniiMl or other cardii, occupying ?no :sauare, or l^i, one year, 912.00; Blx month*. 87.50; tttre^ months 96.00. Longer a'lvertUementaiiulJJoAto special oontraot. Obltnnrle* itiiil Trlbntew of Reaper*, wheu they exceed ten line*, will bo charged for at tho rate of 5 cent* per line for all auch sxceiw, _ . , All Cut* must be on metal foundation, when they will bo Inserted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 August 1889

?mes-?egist^. Consolidated August 16,1383.) Fill DAY, AUGUST 28, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. Fit AN K O. WEBBER, Assoclato. It is well known to our readers that our first eholco for Governor was the gallant Col. C. T. O'Ferrall, but as a majority of tlio Convention favored tlio nomination of Col. McKinney, wo gracefully acquiesce and pledgo to the nominees our honest and earnest support. Let every Democrat rally to tho support of the ticket, and work to save tho State from tho curse of Mahoneisra. Hon. Basil B. Cordon, of Rappahannock, is olcctod successor to Hon. John S. Barbour, Chairman of tho State Central and Executive Committees. Maho.ic and M?Caull seem to be taking care of their own households in tho way of offices. Both of Malione's sons have beon provided for, and McCaull has secured fat places for two of his brothers-in-law?\V. S. Baskerville as postal elerk and J. B. Baskerville as clerk in the Collector's offieo in Lynchburg. Wo congratulate tho people of Virginia tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 August 1889

galtm ?imts-?tQishr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1881). Entered at tho Postotliee, in Salem, Va as second-class matter.] local affairs Private Neliool. Miss Fannie S. Armstrong will re-open licr private school for small children September ICth, 1881), at her father's home on High street, Salem, Va. Only a limited number of children can bo accommodated. 8 23-4w Sale of Real Estate.?Maj. W. W. Ballard, an commissioner of the Circuit court of Roanoko county, will sell, In frout of the court-houso, at Salom, on Monday, Septombor 10th, a tract of land situated on the Salem and Now Castle turnplko about ono and a half miles from Salom. For terms, etc., hoc the advertisement, and be present at the Balo and bo proparod to buy. Parties wanting thoir coal delivered on tluic should place their orders with us at once for Brush, Trice, Nut and Pocahontas Coals. We weigh all our coal, and It is sold strictly for cash, lw W. S. Oakey & Son. Ouii Public School, Building.? We hear a great deal of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 August 1889

t'ivc Jolly Tinrilorvrs. TIIEY JOKE AND LA VGII WITH j TIIE DEATH WATCH IN THE TOMl?S. A jollier sot of men than tho five condemned murderers, on whom tho death wateh was placed early yesterday morning, in tho gloomy old Tombs, would be hard to And. Not one of them evinces a particle of depression over tho near approach of tho hangman's noose. They all spent the day yesterday lolling about on their cots, reading, smoking, jesting, whistling and singing. In all probability thoy will bo oxccutcd on tho morning of tho 2."Jvi instant, Giblin is tho ouly ono of tho live who still retains hope that he will escape tho gallows. Iii8 lawyers?Howe it Hummel-have moved for a new trial on tho ground of newly discovered evidence, and ho thinks they will succeed in netting it. Giblin from tho first has claimed that he did not have a pistol when ho entered Goeltz's baker shop. Two witnesses havo been found who will swear that tho pistol with which ho killed Mrs. Goeltz he took from her husband in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 September 1889

VOL. 24, SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA? FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6. 1889. NO. 8. ,?ulem $itnes~$egisier. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOHNINO, At 81.SO Per Year. STRICTL Y CASH JN AD VANCE. X/ not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publishers anil Proprietor*. ADVEBTI8IN6 RATES. rr?n?le?t Advertisements?those running less than sixty days?will lift Inserted at the rat* of75cts per square for the nrst Insertion, and 60 oents for each additional inaartlou. Special rates for a longer period. Profoaaloaal or other cards, occupying ?ne rsquare, or lees, one year, 912.00; six months, #7.50; throe months $6.00. Longei advertisements snhJect to speelal oon tract. Obituaries snd Tribute? of Kespeet. when they exoeed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line for all such excess. All Outs mnst be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. Advertisements to Insu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 September 1889

ifaleii( ?iu(?s-?egist^. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, UEPTEM BER 0, 1K89. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. webber, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Klrt'llou Kovpmbrr ft, issw. FOR governor: HON. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward county. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: HON. J. UOOE TYLER, of Pulaski county. for attorney-oenerai.: HON. R. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. for btate senate: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Motxtgoiuory county. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES : JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoko city. MAHOSE'S PUOFANE ADVICE TO THE KEUIIOES. A reliable colorod man reports the Rev. 13. F. Fox, pastor of the colored Baptist church, iu this place, as saying in a speech made at a colored Republican meeting held on last Monday night, substantially what is quoted here: "I stayed in Norfolk a day after the convention adjourned in order to seo Oen. Mahone. When I left I said to him, ' What mossage shall 1 take to our people?' Heroplied. ? (JOD DAMN it, tell them to go to work, and next fall wo will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 September 1889

c?ulem @imes-?egister. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. Entered at tho Poatottlce, In Salem, Va hh second-clan* mattor.] LOCAL AFFAI]R.S Private School. Miss Fannie S. Armstrong will rc-opeu licr private school for small children September 16th, 1889, at her father's home on High street, Salem, Va. Only a limited number of chlldrca can bo accommodated. 8 23-lw A choice article of pure elder vinegar for sale by Pai?mek A Dame. Everybody wants a hat, of course. L. M. liec Is making a run on them now. Fresh Cow for Sale.?Mr. Jno. Hamilton has a fresh Jersey cow for sale. Sec the advertisement. For a sylleh hat, very cheap, call on I^ee. Thorough llRKI) Catti,e for Sale.?Mr. W. II. RnthraufT advertises to-day that in ordor to reduce his herd he will, on Wednesday, September 18th, sell at auction some thoroughbred Jersey cattle. For terms, etc., read his advertisement. Would 1x5 very glad to have i>crson who borrowed our steel Reamer return same. PALMER & DAME. New Openi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 September 1889

A Young Nhii ol l*UMb. Tho longer we live the stronger grows llie conviction that, despite tho pooh-poohera, there is a great deal in "the art of putting things." 1 have just heard of an incident that illustrate* thin significant truth in 8 striking manner: "Twelve y??ars ago a young man came to New York in search of employment and fortuue. lie carried his own trunk to a lodging house, because he could not afford the luxury of a hired carrier. His honest face aud frank speech won for him his landlady's consent to a week's living on tick. So far so good. Now I then for tho bold pluuge. He went down to the offices of the Herald, Times and Tribune, and invested his last shilling in an advertisement in the following words: "I want something to do, and must have it within twenty-four hours. Address 'Push,' this office." In a little while he had received about 300 answers to his unique domand for employment. One business man wrote : "Call at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning and I may give you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 September 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13. 1889. NO. 9. jga/iwi (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVEJ&Y F 111 1> A. Y MOKNING, .At 91.50 Per Year. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance |2 urill be charged. T. CRABTREE, CHAS. D.DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DEHIT& WEBBER, PnbllKhcni ?n?l Proprietor*. advertising bates. rri?ii<?i4*nt A?lvert>weinewt??thoso running less than sixty days?wll I be 1 nserted at the rate of73o4? per square for tMe lnt n?u<rtlou, aud 60 cents for each additional luHurtlon. Special rate* for a longer period. Professional or other cards, occupying one'sauare, or Iobk, ono year, J12.00; six months. |7.({0; three months tS.WO. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. Obituaries i?n?l Tributes of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will he charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all suoh excoss. ... . Alt ruts must he on metal foundatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 September 1889

Malmt ($[iit(rs-g$egistft. (Consolidated August 16.18S3.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Sovemlwr ?, 18W. FOR governor: HON. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Princo Edward county. for lieutenant-governor: HON. J. HOGE TYLER, of Pulaski county. for attorney-general: HON. R. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. FOR 8TATE SENATE: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. FOR IIOU8E of delegates: JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoke city. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Wo arc authorized to state positively that COL. RICHARD I?. BE1RNE, of Richmond, and HON. JOHN W. DANIEL,of Lynchburg, will bo present to address the people of this county NEXT MONDAY, tho 10th instant (county court day), upon the issues involved in tho pending campaign. Come out, people, and hear Mahoneism thoroughly exposed by these gifted orators. The anti-Mahonc Republicans sec in to bo quite stormy in Lynchburg. A club, consisting of both whites aiul blacks, has boeu organized,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 September 1889

?&ahnt $imes-$$egister. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1889. Entered at the Poatoffloe, la Salem, Ya as seoond-elaau matter.] LOOAJL AFFAIRS Private School. t ______ Miss Fannie S. Armstrong will re-open her private school for small clilldroi* September 16th, 1889, at her father's home on Ulgh street, Salem, Va. Only a limited number of chlldrca can be accommodated. ^ 8 23-4 w A choice article of pure elder vine#**" for sale by Palmer A Dame. Removal.?Geo. F. Heller A Co., have removed from the Plecker building to the room formerly occupied by Harveycutter A Co., between Youngor's drug store and Farmers National Bank, where thoy will be pleased to have their friends call when In need of anything In the fresh meat line. They also make a specialty of fresh country produce. They kill only young fat beeves, hence they can always supply you with good fat roast, or a mess of tender steak, ('all and get their prloca and leave your orders. Coming In.?The well and favorably known firm of F...

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