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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1889

OTa?*ey on MhIioikv 1'arson MiiMPy addressed tho Democracy of Rlchuioivl I *t ^tUulRV night ami certainly Initu'i d Mahono with glovos off. As reported by the Vitpatch wo have never ren i a severer arraignment of a pu'lioo an. A fow extracts from It will bo outfit lining to the reader and are exct1*.'lugly damaging to Mahone's candidacy loi ?<ovornor. ilo aays Malione CONTKAMOTS lllMSKt.F Ceneral Mahone la pr??-l miuU ^ to the world that tho Stale debt i- Incn wslngat the rato of ?1 ,0^0,000 per yt'nr. Mahouo nover made tho same stateo-ont twieo about the debt. When ho owned the Whip he put the debt at ,$l5,000,0?i0. Later ho said it was f*21,000,000, but wheu ho figured at It he inado it f2K,0O0,000 And now Mahone says ho will, if elected Governor, l>e able to settle the debt quickly. Probably there ia as much truth In this as his other statement*. OOVKRNMKNT KXl'KNSIW. Malione charges the Demociatlc party with exhorbltant expenses to carry on tho State govern...

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

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1. 1889. NO. 16 J?/?n g[iines-i$eqis(er. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED BVBET FRIDAY MOIININO, At 91.OO Per Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. If not paid t'n advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. 38ABTREE, DEKIT & WEBBER, Pabltoheni anil Proprietor*. mDVEBTRUHCI MT1S. rnuieat &4v?rtte?u?ate-tlio?? running lewUiu sixty <luya-will b? inserted at the r?te?nrSc** ?*+ ??** insertion, ?nd AO cents for each additional.Insertion . Special rates for a longer period. Profession*! or other cards, oocupylng ?tie sqnare, or less, one year, 112.00; six months, 17.50; three months $6.00. Longer dvortlftements subject to special oon tract. Obituaries >nd Tribute* of Respect, when they exoecd ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for all suoh excess. All data must be on metal foundation, wheu they will bo Inserted without extra obarge. Adver...

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

galeni giittes-gegisttf. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889* CHA8. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK O. webber, Associate. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Elevtlun Kovrmbvr (I, 18M9. FOB governor: HON. PHIL W. McKINNEY, of Prince Edward county. for lieutenant-governor: HON. J. HOGS TYLER, of Pulaski county. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL: HON. It. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Fauquier county. FOR STATE SENATE: JOHN R. JOHNSON, of Montgomery county. FOR nOURE OF DELEGATES: JOHN W. WOODS, of Roanoke city. SEARING THE CLOSE OF BATTLE. Before tho issue of another number of the Times-Register the election will be over. What the result will bo depends upon tho manner in which tho Democrats of the State discharge the duty they owe to tho cause of good government aud constitutional liberty. The election of Wm. Mahono can only be secured by the unfaithfulness of the Democratic voters of Virginia. Among the Republicans there is wide-spread disaffection. Tho be3t men of that party are opposed to the Boss and wi...

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

?ahm &imes-$tgisier. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1889. Entered at the Poetoffloe, Id Salem, Va as second-class matter.] LOCAL AFPAIB8 Fob Rent.?Furnished office, two store and other rooms on Main street. Apply to Frier, Webber A Denlt, real estate agents, basement Duval House. A great benefit has been secured to the poor by the introduction of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; for It now only takes 25 cents to cure a cough or cold. Anybody troubled with rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff neck, or any pain or ache should procure a bottle of Salvation Oil at once. Price 25 cents. Taxes! Taxes I!?Corporation taxes for the town of Salem for the year 1889, are now In my hands for collection. If not paid by December 1st 5 per cent, will be added for nou-paymcnt. 10 18-7w J. B. Frier, S. T. S. An Eye Opener.?Mr. Joseph Cohn, the Roanoke clothicr, has a new advertisement In the Times-Register to-day which he terms the 44 eye-opener.M See what Mr. E. M. Dawson, the popular manager, offers to his custome...

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

Sli? Wawn't Wanted Tlifre. Sho was a wry little woman, very plainly dretwed in black that had aeon much careful wear, and her bonnet waa very old-fashioned, and people stared at her tottering up the aisle of the grand church, evidently bent on securing one of the host seatn, for a great man preached on that day, and tl& house was tilled with splendidly dressed people who heard of the fame of the preacher, of bis learning, his intellect and goodness, and they wondered at the presumption of the old woman. She must have been iu her dotage, for she picked out the pew of the richest and proudest member of the church, and took a seat. The three ladies who were seated thero beckoned to the sexton, who bent over the intruder and whispered something, but she was hard of hearing, and smiled a little withered smile as she said gently: "Oh, I'm quite comfortable here, quite comfortablo here, I thank you." "But you are not wanted here," said the Bexton, pompously. "There is not room....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 November 1889

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. 1889. .^nlem ^imes-^egisier. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At 81.BO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE, CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pcbllfber* nad Proprietor*. ADVEKTIMIRG OAT KM. rrftUlnl &dTfirtlM?mi(t-tho?e rannlns leMtbtn ilztr dtys?Will fee inserted ?I toe ofTlote persquare for the flr-al Insertion, and 50 cents for each additional Insertion. Special rates for a longer period. Professional or otber cards, occupying one square, or leas, one y?kr, 912.00; six months, $7,60; three months 96.00. Linger d vertlsements subject to special con tract. Obituaries and Tribute* of Respect, When they exceed ten lines, will be charged f jr at the rate of 5 centa per line for all such excess. - All Cats must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 November 1889

&?/??? @ini'S-?egi8tw. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. CHA3. D. DENIT, Editor. KKANK O. WEBBER, Associate. SALEM'S PART IN THE FRAY. Although tho Times-Regibteb was led to expect good tidings when the polls of Salem precinct were closed last Tuesday evening, we are frank to confess that the actual result went far beyond our highest anticipation, notwithstanding wo were aware of the enthusiasm in the breast of every Democrat, and of the formidable revolt against Mahone and his methods, eveu in the ranks of his party workers in the past. Last fall Salem gave a majority of 159 for Harrison and the Republican tickot, while on Tuesday last the result was reversed by a majority of 139 for McKinney over Mahone. A change of 298 votoa since last fall, in a total vote of less than 860, is a splendid showing, and represents an amount of awakened intorcst and activity which is beyond all commendation. The note of alarm sounded by the Stato chairman against...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 November 1889

&xhm FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1889. Entered at the Postoffloe, la Salem, Ya m second-elans matter.] LOCAL AFPAIB.8 I have suffered with rheumatism for quite a number of years, and after trying Salvation Oil pronounce it the best remedy I have ever used. Mrs. J. Zimmerman, Wetheredvllle, Md. Caution Insures safety, ami all cautious people cure their colds with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 25c. Meeting of Trustees.?a meeting of the Trustees of Koaooke College will be held next Monday, the 11th Instant, at a : 30 p. m. As business of Im-1 portanoe will come before the Board, full attendance Is desired. Hlga?r Be*co. This celebrated magician, with his com-1 pany of versatile artists,will opon a three I night's engagement at the Town Hall, on Monday evening next. Bow H one ofj the really few modern Piasters of his art and with his orefully selected supporters, gives an entertainment of the high-1 est order of merit. A striking feature of j his engagement will consist In the distributio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 November 1889

(?rowing Old. S. M. BtownsoD writes tliewwiBe words to ? friend: "It is strange, when oue comes to think about it, that women should so dread to grow old. It is natural enough that a vain and seltitdi girl, whose only idea in life is aduiiration,and dreams that only youth aud beauty may bid for it, should shudder to see her youth depart, and with it her only charm. But from wiser women one would look for better views. The French have a proverb: 4A woman is not a woman until she is thirty.' The pretty girls, blushing through their teens, the fair maiden of twenty, even the fortunate belle whose reign has lingered until 25, may find a precarious existence in the roseate pages of Action, but it is the woman of riper years, of formed character, of settled principles and matured intellect, who lives in the purple royalty of history. May and Juno are fair in tho white blossoms of praise, but <t Is Octobler that brings the luscious fruit to cheer and beautify the winter of our y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 November 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15. 1889. NO is gitlem ?imes-?egishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, A.t 81.50 Por Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T.CRABTRKE. CHAS.D.DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pnbllatiera Mod Proprietors. AUVEKTININO KATEN. rrnmlvnt AdvcrtlMm?nl*-tbos? run* nlng lessthan sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75c t* per square for the Omt Inaortlou.and 60 rent* for each additional In* nor Hon. Hpeelal rates for a longer period. Professional or other oards, occupying one square; or less, one year, I12.W; six months, 17.60; three months $5.00. Longer d vertiseraents subject to speolal contract. Obituaries and Tributes or Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at the rate of 6 oonts per line for all such uoen. All Cats must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra aharge. VdvertlHomontH to Insure Insert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 November 1889

g.t!cii{ ginies-gtgisftf, (Consolidated August 16,1888.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1880. OHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ?Li-,v /# M* SV* ~ ?' v- - .T*tU'r - U?]flKi * >? . v ^ *fGETTING BETTER. In our last issue wo stated that Hon. P. W. McKinney had carried the State for Governor by about 40,GOO majority, but the returns up to this time show a majority of -13,000 in his favor in round numbers, and when the official count is made It is not believed thero will bo much change from theso figures. The General Assembly, so far as beard from, stands as follows, in* nludiug tho "hoM-over" Senators: Senate, Democratic, 30*, Republicans 10; House, Democrats, 88; Republicans, 17. That is good enough, we think, and if the people of Virginia ain't satisfied with it they ought to be. NOW FOR BUSINESS. Now that the election, in which all other interests were practically absorbed, is over, with a result most gratifying to all who coujd have had the real welfare of Virgin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 November 1889

$ahm {?imes-?$tgishr. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1889. Eutered at tho Poatoffloe, In Salem, Va as aeoond-class matter.] * X.OG-AJL. affairs Jtvery one who has used It pronounces Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup the best remedy known for the complaints of early childhood. It oontains no opiates. Laxador Is an invaluable remedy fori torpid liver, costlveness, dyspepsia and all bilious diseases. All druggists Bell It at 25 cents a package. Everybody who wants a nice thanksgiving turkey should leave their orders with W. H. Sbuff & Co., at once as he will have a good supply. It Trustee's Bale.?Mr. Robert E. Scott, as trustee, will sell at public auction, on Weduesday, December 11th, on the premises, at Cave Spring, this county, a lot or parcel of land. For description of propqjty and terms see the advertisement elsewhere In this paper to-day. Look to Your Eyes.?Mr. Phil. ~Knapp, an eminent optician, of Staunton, will be In Roanoke City for a short time after Tuesday, November 28th. He gives g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 November 1889

JoMlt BlllillgK'K I*llilOHO|>liy. AU the good Injuns Oy young. A pot lam alwus makes a krofcs ram. Gravity iz no moro evidence ov wiziloiii than a paper collar iz ov a shirt. I hav known folks whose caliber was very small, but whoso bore w?3 very big. Whatever providence has given us the fakulty tew do ho haz given us the power tew do. If a man begins life hi being llrst lieutenant in his familee, fhj need never to look for promoshun. A man with one idee alwus puts me in mind ov au old goose a tryin' to hatch out a paving-stone. Thar iz agratemenny folks in this World who aro like littlo Ilic3?grate boree without meaning or knowing it. The hardest tiling that enny man kan do iz tew fall down on the ice when it iz wet and git up and prazo the Lord. I have finally kum tow tho konklusion that a good reliable set ov bowelB is wurth moro tu a man than any quantity ov brains. Grate antiquitys seem tu baptize themselfs. If tho devil had only been guilty of potty larceny he would...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 November 1889

THE TIMES - REGISTER?Extra. SALEM, VA., NOVEMBER 22, 1889. Itouuokc Matter*. A NEWSY LBTTKH FROM T1IK MAOIC CITY. Koanokk, Vam Nov. 20, 1889. Dear Times-Hegitter: It ha* been quite a while since I grasped my quill to inform tiie gentle readers of the T.-K. of Itoanoku's happening#. Since then conic thing* have transpired ?Indeed, there has. A "mighty man ?<f valor" Iuk risen, tried to reign and foil. His name was William Malione. "He tried and tried to do a great deed i o make his people glad; llut he tried and tried him? could not succeed, And so he became quite mad,'* and said he was cheated out of his election hy fraud on the part of the Democrats. He said before the election "a free ballot and a fair count" lie must have, and now since the election be says McKlnney got 'he fair ballots ami a very free count, indeed. Some say that Malione, Virginia, is dead. We don't say any such tiling. Tell me of Ignorant philosophers, brave cowards and wise fools, but don't tell uie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 November 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 22. 1889 NO. 19. fgahm fflimes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOIINING At Ol.OO Per Your, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCK. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T.CRABTREE. chas.O.DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publisher* Mad Proprietor*. AI>VBttTItilB? BATES. rmnitenl Advertl??mfnU-those mnntng than sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75cm per square for the flrut InsarMm, and 50 oeule for oaeh additional In* s*rt!ou. Mpeolal rates for a longer period. I*rofruloa?i or otker occcpyinij one Kquarf, or less, one year, 112.00; tlx months. *7.60; three monthH $5.00. Longsr dvertlnementnsubject to special contract. Obltnarle* aad Tributes of Respect, when they exceed ten lines, will be cbargcd for at the rate of 5 cents per lino for all such VMM. All Cnt* must be on motal foundation, wheu they will be luserted without extra eiiarge. \dvertlnemonts to Insure Inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 November 1889

^afrwf ^in(es-?egist^. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. OHA8. D. DENIT, Kdltor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. SALEM. Advantages, Resource*, Facilitien Tor Business, Prwent au<l Prospective. In searching for the causes which have so rapidly and securely brought Salem to the front as a place for the investment of capital, for homes, for the inauguration of new enterprises, the inquirer has not far to seek. With immense deposits of good iron ore at hand, with abundance of timber, with the great water power of the Roanoke river, with unsurpassed manufacturing sites along the river and railroad, with a climate unrivaled for healthfulness, and with a location where nature has united the beautiful with the useful In a remarkable degree, Salem may well claim the attention of enterprising men throughout our country. THE LOCATION of Salem and its general characteristics have given it a wide-spread celebrity out of all proportion to its size or of any commerci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 November 1889

?aUm &imes-g$egister. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. Entered at the Poetofflce, In Salem, Va m second-class matter.] LOCAL. AFFAIR8 Whatever tends to Increase usefulness, by banishing pain and suffering, will certainly 6ecure notice and approval. We alludo to Salvation Oil. Insure your life for 25 cents against all the danger of a Consumptive's death by keeping a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup convenient. It Is the best. See the card in another column of Mr. F. Johnson, Notary Public and conveyancer. Fob Sals or Rent.?A nice residence with six rooms, kitchen anil all necessary outbuildings. Well Improved in every respect. Apply to Frier, Webber & Denit, Real Estate and Rental Agents, Salem, Va. Lumber.?Any person wanting lumber for building or other purpose* should band bills to the undersigned, who will have 100,000 feet sawed within the next 60 days. M. P. Frant*. Read advertisement of Joseph Cohn. He is closlnsr hie entire stock on account J ol moving Jan. 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 November 1889

P11IL0PKNA. 'I hoy ato a Flillopena, Yea and No t?ho must not say, Ami ho must not take anything From hor tho livelong day. Tlioy stroUod into tho garden? Tho moon was Hhiaing ho. He could not help hut a*k hor, "Wilt 1)0 mino? O, don't sa> No 1" "I can't say Yen," she answered, "Nor yet can I say No; Hut thino I'll bo. Dost tako me? Pldlopena! Lot mo go ?" What Invention linn l>oue. In making bread boxes three workers can do the work of thirteen box makers by old methods. In cuttiii? out clothing and cloth caps with dies, otio worker does the work of three by old methods. In leather manufacture modern methods liavo reduced tho necessary number of workers from 5 to 50 per cent. A carpet measuring and brushing machine with one operator will do the work of fifteen men by the old methods. In the manufacture of tlour modern improvements save 75 per cent, of the manual labor that onco was necessary. In ranking tin cans one man and a boy, with modern appliances, can d...

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

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IS. 1889 NTH OO ?ahm ?ime*-$tgishr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At ?l.OO Per Year. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. J/ not paid in advance f2 will be charged. T.CRABTRKB. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PflMtokm and Proprietor*. AUVKKTlMlHtt RATEM. rr?Ml?et Adv?rtlBem?nla?tbone run- "" " -will bo inserted > for the 0nttD> ? O* fiVW| WMw w vvww* av* wwwll additional insertion . Bpeolsl rate* tot* a longer period. ProftMleaai or other oards, occupying ?uie square, or lee*, one year, fU.OO; six tnortthe, #7.50; fbrhm montlu ?S.TOT Longer *<?. vorti?em*n?e aubjvot to epeeial contract. oMtoMle* mmI CrlkatM of mmmpmmt, when they exoeed ten lines, will be charged for at tbe rate of 8 oent# per line tot all sqoh All Cats mast be op metal foundation. ?hen they will be ingetted without extra Oharge. ^Ydvertlsemeuts to Insure insertion In any g.een Issue, shou...

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

?uhni fgititeS'igeQisfw. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK CI. webber, Associate. LARGE SALE OF LOTS. A Re?l Letter Day r Salem. TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-five LOT3 sold FOR $105,000! The result of the sale of lots by the Salem Improvement Company on Wednesday fully verified the prediction made in the Times-Register last week, that December 11th would become a red-letter-day in the history of Salem. Confident as our people were in advanco, it was natural that great anxiety should be felt with reference to a result on which it was belioved the success of the efforts to build np Salem so largely depended. The weather was scanned with anxious eyes on Monday and Tuesday, aud mauy were the fears entertained that Wednesday would be a rainy day. What was the joy of our people when they awoke on Wodnesday to find that the day was bright and pleasant. By niue o'clock vehicles began to roll into town, the number increasing towards noon. The tr...

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