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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 September 1889

Oklnlionin Hold Itnlen. Gonts gobi' to bed with their boots on will bo charged extra. Three raps at the door means there is a murder in the house and you must get up. Please write your name on the wall paper, so we'll know you'vo been hero. The other leg of the chair is in the closet if you need it. If that hole where that pane of glass is out is too much for you, you will find a pair of pants back of the door to stuff it. The shooting of a pistol is no cause for any alarm. If you're too cold, put the oilcloth over your bod. Carosoen lamps extra; candles free, but they mus'n't burn all night. Don't taro oil" the wall paper lo lite your pipe with. Nuff of that already. Guests will not tako out them bricks in the mattrass. If it rains through that holo overhead, you'll find an umbrella under tho bed. The rats won't hurt you if they do cliaso each othor across your face. Two men in a room must put up with one chair. Please don't empty the sawdust out of the pillars. If thero's no towel...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 September 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1889. NO. 10. Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVE&Y PIIIDAY MORNING, At Sl.oo Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in culvancc $2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DES1T & WEBBER, Publishers Md propfietow. . ADVERTISING bates. sg JsgSaHSSHtaSS "tfftWt. must be on metal foundation, ?rhen the*? will be Inserted without extra ? Advertisement* to insure lniflrtlonln W given lnae, should reach thlsofllce on or b? lore Tuesday of that week, ?orrespo*??le??c?S co n talnl ngl ? own,solicited from all portion of the State. jon WORK. aii kinds of Job Work executed with neatness and dispatch. Having '"{P??rf promptly attended to, and satisfaction guar untied. ? propennional cards. J^JR. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, VIBGINIA, Offers his professional services to tlio Subtle. OfBco opposite court-house above [r. Benlng's Jewelry Store; Residence. Mr. Josiah Simmons'....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 September 1889

(Consolidated Augrust 16,1803.) Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889. CHAS. d. denit, Editor. frank O. webber, Associate. /V} ?> ?V I 6 ;V ^ r>J5* ^/v. Ml- - S%!v; s "C_'. > DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election November a, 1H89. for governor: 1ION. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward county. for lieutenant-governor: HON. J. HOGE TYLER, of Pulaski county. for attorney-general: HON. It. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. for state senate: JOHN It. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. for house of delegates: JOHN W. WOODS, of Itoauoko city. TIME TO ACT. The time has arrived when tho public schools of Salem should be opened, so that the many children of the town who are compelled to look to that source for an education, should bo enjoying tho benotlts to bo derived therefrom, and it is the duty, as it should be the pleasure, of those into whoso hands this matter has been eutrusted, to bo making somo effort to provide suitablo places in which to conduct tho schools, inasmuc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 September 1889

gaUm ?imes-Register. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1880. Kntorod ?t the PoHtofUee, In Salem, Vo urn aecoiid-olastH matter.] LOCAL Call Ht tho Rod Striped Front and ' get a trunk. We've got 'em cheaper than they have ever been sold before. 2 Music.?I dcslro to receivo six or eight music scholars. Lessons given on piano or organ. My rates will Imj reasonable. Apply to lw Miss Uattik Wolfkndkn. Change ok Firm.?Messrs. C. K. Bowers and datnes McClanahan have purchased from Mr. Win, McClanahan his stock of dry goods, groceries, &c., and will continue the business at the present stand. Tlicy will carry a full and complete stock, and will Bell ,hem at the lowest possible figures strictly for cash. The new firm is composed of excellent gentlemen, and we wish for them a generous success. We hope, also, that Mr. Wm. McClanahan will soon re-enter business In our midst. The sale of personal property at the Yates farm near tho city yesterday was well attended, and prices received good, notwi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 September 1889

Nahour'N Jfethod*. ^ e are denirous that tho people of tho No. tli shall t?e made to know what manner of man William Mahone i#. We <|uoto below what the 1'ullc}/ Kivjfinitut says of the Norfolk Convention. We take t lie trouble again to state that that paper is the leading Republican paj>er in Virginia, and is odited by o*-Cou-grevunan Yoat ami his father. They desire that the northern Republicans shall l>e made acquainted with Mahone's methods of ruling his " baimles* Ethiopians" aluut the Republican party of Virginia. The following article tells the whole story. Read it, ye northern Republicaus, aud see what you are doing to dogrado tho Republican party when you collect cawpaigu tuuds for William Mahone, and represent him to the northern people as worthy of their confidence aud respect. The Valley Virginian Bays: "The so-called convention which convened in Norfolk on the 22*1 of August was an illustration. While in some counties delegates may liavo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 October 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4. 1889. NO. 19. ?ahm {$imes~$egister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F 111 I) A Y MORNING, At 81.SO Per Year, STIIICTL Y CA$}{ IN AD VANCK. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. chas. D, DEN1T F. O. webber. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbll?taern and Proprietors. ADYERIIMINU B^TES. rranaSrat AdverlUementa?those rannlnglessthan sixty days?will be Inserted a'- the of 75ots per square for the flrst Insertion, and 50 cents for eaoh additional Jncertlon. Bpeclal rates for a longer period. Profeaaloaal or other oards, occupying otielsquare, or less, one year, il2.00; six months, $7.50; three months $5.00. Longer ill vertlsements subject to special contract. Obltnartea nnd Tributes of Kcupert, when they exceed ton lines, *wlll be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all suoh excess. Ail ?'ntw must bo on metal foundation, <rhen they will bo Inserted without extra oharge. Adverti...

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

Ja/rn? f?intes-i$egistift. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1889. OIIAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. KlVi'llon November O, 1MS9. FOR governor: HON. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Princo Edward county. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: HON. J. HOGE TYLER, of Pulaski county. FOR ATTORNKV-OENERAL! HON. R. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. FOR STATE BENATM: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Mortr<- I FOR Horn* ? JOHft W. WOODS, of Roanoko city. ONLY FOUR WEEKS. There are only four weeks left the Democratic party for enrolling its voters. Only four weeks left for forming working clubs. If any Democrat is deceiving himself by the belief that the oppoeition to Mahone in his own party will make this an easy campaign for the Democracy, he had better begin to undcceivo hini3olf. The Mahone voters will bo out as sure as the sun rises. If the Democratic votors are not out, too, Mahone will carry the day. Let every Democrat give some active work to the cause...

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

a^alem (git/ies-Register. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1889. Entered at the Pontoffloe, in Halem, Va as second-cla?h matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS 44 A clear brain ar. * a right aim " Is manifested bv all nurses who keep Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup handy. It is reliable and contains nothing injurious. A safe cure for all the disorders of the liver and blood is Laxador, the "golden" household remedy and spccitic for all malarial troubles. Price 25 cents. Salem Heal Estate Exchange. ?If you want your property sold" quick place it in the hands of the Salem Heal Eestate Exchange. lw .A" persons indebted to ua will please settle before October 15th, after that date our accounts will bo placed in the hands of an olllcer for collection. We ueed the money and must have a settlement. 0 20-4w W. S. Oakey & Son. All sales of real estate entrusted to M. F. Huff will have best attention as auctloner. It In New Quarters?Tho former office of M,r. D. B. Strouse, on College street, was found to be too small In...

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

Miff Stock Went Dp. An angry looking man called at the office of Mej. Uiddleford. "I have come, sir," said the man, "to ?tell you that while pawing your house this morning your dog ran out and bit me." ?'You don't Bay so!" the major exclaimed. , i?Yee, I do say so. I was walking along the road, attending strictly to my own business, when on a sudden the wretch loaped over the fenco and bit a piece eut of me." "You don't say so 1" "But, confound It, I do say so." "Oh, I see. You do say so." "Yee, I do, and moreover, I want to know what you are going to do about It." "I can't do anything; 1 m no surgeon." "But I want to know if you aro going to kill the dog?" "Killing tho dog wouldn't help tho wound, would It?" "No, but It would be of groat satisfaction to mo and I demand his death." "Did he jump over tho fence anu nab you ?" "Of course he did." "Didn't crawl under the gate ?" "No, I tell you he Jumped over the fence." "Did he go over with n clear leap or rtio hew (o*1' "He jumpou cle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. 1889. NO. 13. ?tahm {gimes-^egisUr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F 11 I 1? A Y MO It<N IN G, At 9I.QO Por Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T.CIUBTKEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. 3EA.BTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Publisher* and Proprietors. ADVERTIMINU BATES. rrnnalent AdTertl*fm?Bli-Uioie ran* nlng less than sixty days?will be '.naertod at the rate of7icUi p?r square for tlie first Insprtlon, and 60 cents for each additional Insertion. Hpeclal rates for a longer period. ProfeMslonnl or other cards, occupying orio square, or less, one year, 112.00; six months, $7.50; three months 95.00. Louver dvertlsements subject to special contract. ObUnsrle* soil Trlbntea of Rcapect. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such excess. All CuiN must be on metal foundation, *hen they will bo Inserted without extra charge. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1889

?ta1eiq j&itnes-Hegistft. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, OOIOBBB 11, 1889. CHA8. D. DKNIT, Editor. FBANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Klrctlou November 5, 1HHV. FOR GOVERNOR: 1ION. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward county. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR J HON. J. HOGE TYLElt, of Pulaski county. FOR ATTORNEY-GEN ERA I.: HON. It. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. FOR STATE SENATE: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. FOR HOUSE OF I?ELEGATE8: JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoke city. OUB NEW ENTERPRISES. On the 2nd of October the Salem Improvement Company was organized with a capital of $150,000, and additions to thla stock havo been made every day since that time. Nearly two hundred thousand dollars have boen subscribed to the Furnace Company, and no effort has been made to place this stock abroad. The managers of the Companies desire to give opportunity to our own people to take all the stock they desire. If our people do not act promptly in this matter before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1889

**>;ilem filter, FRIDAY. OC'IOBER 11, 1889. Kntered at the Pontotflce, in Salem, Va hh socoml-olawH matter.] local affairs Democratic Masii-Meetliig, FRIDAY NKHIT AT THE TOWN HALL. 4 Judge Geo. B. McLane, district canvasser, will speak In thw Town Hall, at Salem, on Friday night next, and other prominent sjwakers will also be present on that occasion to enlighten their con stituents. We bespeak for these orators an enthusiastic audience, and urge upon thoso Interested In the success o! the Democratic cause to turn out hi full force. The band will be out on that occasion. Lost. On Sunday evening, between near Barnett's store, at Catawba, Roanoke county, and Roanoke city, a ladles gold stem winding watch. Gents chain with two gold dollars attached. Letter M engraved on one of the dollar pieces. Liberal reward paid for Its recovery. Mm*. C. P. Read, Read ITouse, Roanoke city. All persons indebted to us will please settle before October lf?th, after that date our accounts wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1889

Engl I nIi Proverbs. He that is warm thinks all aro so. He's gono upon a sleeveless errand. He that is angry is seldom at ease. He that runs in the night shambles. He that runs fast must not ran long. He that bows in the dust fills his eyes. lie that plants not corn plants thistles. lie that hath no shame hath no conscience. lie must stoop low that hath a low door. He that r.Iways complains is never pitiod. He must needs run whom the dev* il drives. He loves roast beef well that licks the spit. He that goes a-borrowing goes a-sorrowlng. He loses his thanks who promises and delayeth. He loses nothing that keeps God for friend. He that lives not well one year sorrows for it seven. He that reckons without his host must reckon again. Ho that licks honey from thorns pays too dear for it. He that lies down with dogs must expect to rise with fleas. He that falls in an evil cause falls in tho devil's frying pan. He may well be contented who needs neither borrow nor flatter. He giveth twice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1889

. VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. ERIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. 1889. NO. 14, Jfalern j$imes-$egister. (COKSOUMTED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVBB1 FRIDAY MOHNINO, At 91.00 Per Yew. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If wot paid in advance $2 will be charged, T. CRABTHEB. CHA3. D.DKNIT F. O. WKBBKR. 3RABTREE, DEKIT & WEBBER, P?MUk?r? mm* Pra?rl?ton. ADVEKTlSlIti RATES. rrsMltat A?nrUw?Mto-lhow r*nnlDK 1M? ifian sixty days?all 1 be lacertod ?t the rat# of 75cU p?r iqaut for the first Insertion . and M cettte for mmjH addition*! 1*. MtUoa. Epsolalretesfor a longer period. PNftwUMl or other cards, ooeapylng ?tie aquere, or lass, on* year, JUfctO; alx months, fT.frO; three mouths $5.U0. Lnnnr dvertlaements subject to special oon tract WMtaarlM u4 TrtbntM af Bwmt, when they exceed tea Unea, will be charged for at the rate of 5 oonta per line for all auoh exoess. All Cat* muHt be on metal fonndatloa. when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertlaementato lnanre Inaertlon In any ?;lven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1889

oMwff gfeyistfj. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FIUDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889. OHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Klerflon Kovt'inhrr 0, ims<?, FOR GOVERNOR: HON. PHIL, w. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward county. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: HON. J. HOGE TYLER, of Pulaski county. for attorney-general: HON. R. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquie*- county. FOR 8TATESENATE: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. FOB. UOVJtHA O* DWiVAJXTIW. JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoke city. VERY ENCOURAGING. The people of Salem, and all who foel an interest iu her future welfare, have overy causo to feel greatly encouraged ovor our prospects. The sales of stock in the various companies, the beginning of the furnace, the inquiries for houses and lots, tho companies looking out for sites for manufacturing purposes, all indicate the greatest confidence in tho growth of Salem. One feature to be especially recommended is that all get in on the ground lloor?no commissions to be paid f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1889

?nletn ^inus-Register. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1889. Entered at the PostofBce, In Salem, Va as second -class matter.) XjOOAXi affairs For Rent.?Furnished office, two store and other rooms on Main street. Apply to Frier, Webber A Denit, real cetate agents, basement Duval House. Taxes! Taxes! !-Corporation taxes (or the town of Salem for the year 1880, are now in my hands for collection. If not paid by December 1st 5 per cent, will be addod for non-p?yment. 10 18-7w J. B. Frieii, S. T. S. Death of ? Little Boy.?Master Frank Johnson, only son oC Mr. J. T. Johnsou, died at his home near Salem on Monday last, aged eight years. He was a bright little fellow, and his father s pride, his mother haying died in his early infancy. It is, indeed, a sere affliction, and in his bereavement tho father has the sympathy of many friends In this community. Sheriff's Sale.?By reference to our advertising columns it will bo seen that C. M. Webber, sheriff, will sell at auction, on Monday, November 18th, cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1889

The Votk Wu All Bight. He?Something about the room lookB different from what it did when I called last. What ia it ? She?Oh, why, I took down that "Learn to Say No" motto that used to haog over there by the piano. He?What did you do that for? It was a very pretty pieco of work 1 thought. She?Oh, yee, the work was very pretty, but?1 didn't like tho sentiment. And in lees than two minutes she was saying "yes."?Terre Haute Express. Congratulated Him. In Now York. A number of enthusiastic men rush to tho cell of a condemned criminal. "My dear sir!" exclaimed the leader of the party, "let us congratulate you." The criminal was staggered with joyful emotion. "Am I pardoned ?" he asked. "Oh, no." ?'Then why do you come to congratulate me?" "Bocause it has been demonstrated that our electric aparatus is sure death." He Liked Water. C.?How is our friend Schmidt, the milkman, coming on? D.?He has gone to a watering place to recaperate his shattered health. C.?That's what 1 call gall. He is in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1889

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1889. gahm (ginies-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F 11 I I> A Y M O It N 1 N O i At 81.00 l'cr l'otir. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1/ not pauI in advance will be charged. T.CRADTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. 3RABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Pnblliilirrii and proprietor*. advertising bates. rmnnlent Adrerttaemen**?thouo runnlna lean than ?lxty days?will bo at the rat? oriSoU per squar? for thstlriit juHortlon, and 50 cents for each additional lnHortlon. Special rates for a longer period. ProfcMMlouitl or other card#, ?oo"Pyl"B ?ne square, or less, one year, 112.00; six months, I7.M); three months $5.00. Longer (IverilKeuieiitH subject to np?cl?l contract, Ubltnnrlea nod Trlbatw of Rewpeei. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line for all suob excess. _ , . All ilnts must be on metal foundation, when thoy will bo Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1889

?8Hin(ts-?$eQistw. (Oonsolldated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY. OCTOBERS, 1889. OHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Flection November S, ?W?. FOR governor: HON. PHIL W. M( KINNEY, of Prince Edward county. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR: HON. J. HOGE TYLER, of Pulaski county. for attorney-general: HON. R. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. FOR 8TATE 8ENATB: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES: JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoke city. IT IS IMPORTANT. Wo do not think that the importance of the pending State election ia fully appreciated. We do not think that it can at all be over estimated. Mahone has introduced into tho canvass from abroad men who have made records as South-haters. He has called on the friendly aid of <i?ay and others, with those system- ! at i zed methods of bribery aud corruption by which tho re-election of Cleveland was defeated. He has gone further. In his despair of a sufficient number of white voters to acc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1889

?ultm jgimes-Register'. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1889. Euterod At the Postottlce, In Salem, V? hh second-class matter.] LOCAL For Rent.?Furnished office, two store and other rooms on Main street. Apply to F/ler, Webber it Denlt. real estate ag?'nts, basement Duval House. Taxes! Taxes !!-Corporation taxes for the town of Salem for the year 1889, are now in my hands for collection. If not paid by December 1st o per cent, will be added for non-payment. 10 18-7w J. B. Frier, S. T. S. "A friend indeed," is whit people who have been tortured by dyspepsia and been cured by Laxador, insist upon calling this now famous remedy. Why is a baby like wheat? Because it is first cradled, then thrashed and finally lMicomcs the flower of the family, thauks to Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. A useful addition to a lady's work basket given with every bill of 60 cents or over, at C. K. Bowkks tfc Co.'s. Look Out.?Ail housekeepers like to know where to flud good, fresh groecrles, canned goods, etc., and it they will r...

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