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

?*!em . FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1889. Kntned at tho PiMtofflw, In Salem# V? an seoond-class matter.] LOCAL AFPA.IP-S The party who took iin overcoat by mistake from Llgon A Bros.' Livery office yesterday, will please return It. Call. Accepted.?Rev. E. W. Hubbard, of Forest, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Episcopal church, Id this place, and will enter upon his pastoral duties early In January. "We are coming Father Abraham 300,000 more" to Indorse the good and effective qualities of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup In every case of coughs, colds, etc. As a cure for chapped and chafed hands nothing equals the celebrated Salvation OH, For sale by all druggists.? Price only 95 cents a bottle. The Work of ? Coward.?Some contemptible ecamp threw a dirty mixture of grease and paint over the handsome sign of Mr. C. B. Strouse on Wednesday night, and made it very unsight* ly. The .creature who would be guilty of so low, mean a trick deserves to be drummed out of a community if caught. for c...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 December 1889

James think are bright and y?No, sir; because I ask so many fool questions." Tho mont obstinate can oh of catarrh aro cured by the use of Ely's Creain Halm, tho only agrooable remedy. It is not a liquid or snuff, is easily* applied into the nostrils. For cold in 'the iicad it is magical. It givon relief at once, l'riee SO cento. 12 13 A Fh(h1 Practical Joke. Ottowa, Ontm December 1.?Port Perry is excited over the death, under singular circumstances, of Arthur J.D. Mingono, aged fifty-one, keeper of the 8t. Charles Hotel. During his wife's absonce, last week, Mingono became intoxicated and was made tho victim of a practical joke. It is alleged that while drunk more liquor was poured down his throat; that he was put to bed in a drunken stupor, the contents of a water pitcher poured over him and the window left open. He died throe daya^afterward*. The coroner's verdict charged the joker with having accelerated the death of the deceased. Witb Kly'a Cream Bairn a child can be treated 'wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 December 1889

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1889. galem {gimes-Register. (CONSOLIDATES.) 8 PUBLISHED EVEET FRIDAY MORNING, At 91.90 l??r Year. STRICTL r CASH It! AD VANCE. If not paid in advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTREK. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. O. WEBBBH. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, PaklUhen nnd Proprietor*. AUVKHIIMINU KATEMn hBMtoill 4MT?rtl*emcBU?tho?A runtt]"l lw?Huo sixty day*?will be Inserted at tM r?U o^75ou par square for tU? Orst ia?trUOBttr.du cents for Mob additional {?? >?P??iel r?lt> ftwlwyr - or other eard?, oo?>?tnc ??*>? touut, or ono year, *12.00; six , W'.nthi, 17.60; three months 15.00. Lonnr *''iY?rtisemenUsubject to ?pecial contract. [ Obltnartes m4 frlhatM af Keepeet, vrhen they exceed ten lines, will be charter for at the rate of 6 oenU per line for all sac Q ueesa. All OsU mast be on metal foundatl on when they will bo Inserted without e xtn| charge. Advertisements to Insore insertion' in ?.v...

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

$ahin ?iit(ts-?egis^. (Consolidated A.uyu?t 15,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1889." CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Aesoctato. mis ABOUT SALfcM. The current opinion that there is a boom at Salem is a mistake. There is no boom here. The results at Salem are founded upon simple business propositions which bear out every Bingle transaction that has been made, and probably will be made, and the results here are simply legitimate business results. The whole conception of the Salem Improvement Company aud its plans have been entirely different from any other similar enterprise. The conditions that gave rise to the building of th< city of Southwest Virginia at this point may briefly be recounted as follows: 1st, The Pocahontas coal field, which Is superior in quality, and incomparably greater in quantity than ?ny otLer coal field in America. 2nd. The developments of exceedingly large depoeits of iron ore between Roanoke and Pulaski, and especially those adjacent to aud we...

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

%nlein Qftmes-fftgister. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1889. Entered at the PoatoAoe, In Salem, Va m seoond-class matter.] LOOAL .AJET-A-IJ*^ Our Ca rier's Address.?Our carrier, Master Wiliio Francis, will wait upon bis patrons, as usual, on Christmas morning, with an excellent address. We hope that all will treat him liberally. Salem stock it advancing, bnt prices in my goods have declined. M. F. Huff. To Bs-assess Lands.?Messrs. J&0M8 15. Day and G. W. Zlrkle were appointed by the county court last Monday to reaseeee the lands in this ooonty, and gave bond in the sum of 95,000 each. They are good men for this work. A Fine 8howingk?We are reliably Informed that there are over two hundred thousand dollars now on deposit in the Farmers' National Bank of Salem. This looks like grand old Salem does not lack for money, and is a fine showing for the Bank. See the statement elsewhere. M. F. Huff gives you benefit of low prices. Salem Property Advancing in Value.?About one year ago Mess...

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

A Snapping Cold Winter coining. Ansonia, November 25?Connecticut bus two weather signs which are not known to the genera) public, but there are many people who have put implicit faith iu them for years and never knew them to fail. The first is Ridgefleld's only origiual anil genuine hermit, George Washington Gilbert. Gilbert lives alone on the outskirts of the town, and is generally credited with having a snug little property. He is odd aud quaint, and is as original?in his sayiDgs as was the lamented Josh Billings. One peculiarity of Gilbert is going barefooted, lie will not wear shoes except in the coldest weather. He says that ho can foretell tho weather three months ahead, aud with au accuracy that discounts Greely. It has long been known to Ridgofielders, from Gov. Lounsbury down to tho choro boy on tho farm, that when George Washington Gilbert goes barefooted until Novomber 1 tho winter will be as mild and gentle us on tho upper St. John's. On the contrary, if ho dona his shoe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1889

VOL. 24. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 27. 1889 NO. 24. ?nlei? ^imts'j^tgisftr. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, At SI.BO Per Year. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advance $2 will be charged. T. CRABTRSB. CHAS. D. DBN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEI IT & WEBBER, Patella**** bM PMjirUUrt. ! I iii_i un AtfVBKYIMHU ttAYKft. rre*?iwA4Mrtto?*??t?-tho?e r?nT nlu* W?U? *n ?l*ty d*y??will to tu??rted mi tS?. raW ol "IVst* par square tor Ufr* Brst l?- ? ?rtlon.and W cent* for each additional In- ? >rtlon. special rate- for a louper Hr?fea)l?a*i or other ?*rdi?, ?py'?* ??ne square, or l?i?, on* year, Jit-OO: six months, *7.&; three months 16.00. Longer a Ivertlsement* subject to opeclal oontraet. >>bUu*rlea ??<! Tribute- of Ba?^?eij fhen they exceed ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of 6 oente per line for all such uoeM. . _ . i All Gala mast be on metal foundation, *hen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1889

Ja/piif ginies-?egisttf. (Consolidated August 10,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1881). OHAS. D. DENIT. Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. THE DAY WE CELEBRATE. Again io time's revolving flight the blessed Christma&ntlde has conic. We miss, it is true, its accustomed accessories?the darkening days, as the sun dips low in the Southern ekies, snow, ice, sleet and tho winds that drive us to tho roaring hearth. But none the less truly, to faith's discerning ear, does the angels* song of "peace on earth, good will toward men" come pealing through the soft, clear skies that bend over the earth, still green in its summer dress. Infidels, atheists, agnostics and scientists, falsely so-called, may attack tho Bible. But each annual recurrence of the day which commemorates the birth of the Saviour of mankind, as it is hailed with Joy in over-widening circles, bears /resh testimony to a profound belief in the Incarnation and the hold which its beautiful lessons and hallowed association...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1889

lem ?ftnus?$*gist*r FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1889. Kutoiod at tho Post office, la Salem, Vi as seoond-olasa matter.] LOCAL AFFAIPa Npeclakl NoUef. II has been tb? custom of the ' Timbs-Register since its foundation to issue no paper during Christmas week, but this year we depart from that custom, and greet our readers to-day with a full record of local happenings. The Times-Reg-ister may be depended upon to keep its readers posted as to Salem's progress, and to keep pace with that progressive spirit which will make Salem one of the most important cities In this section of our State. Hanging Fibe.?The name of Capt. P. H. McCaulI was Bent to the United States Senate several days ago by the President for conflimatlon as Collector of Internal Revenue lor this district, but as yet It has not beeo acted upon, although several other appointments sent In on the same day havebeen confirmed. Rumor has It that bis confirmation will meet with strong opposition on account of his active participation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 December 1889

Christmas comes but onco a year, but there is a valuable Christmas gift which may bo had every day all the year round by subscribing for our excellent contemporary, the Baltimore Sim. The poet remarks that the woman who hesitates is lost. So in tlii-4 ago the man who does not read a good newspaper Is mighty apt, in the slang of the day, to be "left." There is really no better paper in the country for general news than The tSim, aud none so good for Maryland news. It ought to bo called the Mary laud >Vt m. Bucl&len'N Arnica Knlve. Tuk Bkht Halvr in the world for Cnta, Bruises, Sores,Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbapped Hands, Chilblain*, Corns, and all Skin Eruption*, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. T. Younger. Jne28*89-ly CAPITAL LETTER. t>roilmlnary Work In the Organization of the National Congress. Mow the House Is O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1890

VOL. 24. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., HHP AY MORNING. JANUARY 3. 1890. NO. 25. ^aleiii %imcs-l\ twister, (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F II I D A Y MORNING, At 91.91) Per Year. STRICTL Y CASH IN AD VANCE. If nof paid in advance f2 will be charged. T. CRABTRBS. CH AS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, **abtt?h?ra Mail Proprietor*. 4UVEKr!NINU ItATKN. rrnuaiMit id*?r(UrnmiiU-thoie ruunu* lew* I hah sixty ilayS? will be inserted ai thorite OfTOcts s*r ?g?i*re for the flrtt lamrilon.and&Oewo'M for ??oh addition*! lu4?rtlM. Special rat??? for a longer parlod. , "Yo?1<muu?? or other card*, occupying : :'2? ij*e or less. on* ,?Ar. ?i?\x mont.n, three months 15.00. Longer (t1v?vtl**i?enf>?ubjeet to <*pecl?l contract. UblUart"? m.'4 rrlbate* of Reaperl. when they exceed 'en line*, will be charged fur at the rat* of r> oenta per line for allauob a?eu. All C?i* mv.Mt b* on metal foundation, when they w'??l b?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1890

fulfill gitites-gcQirJift. (Consolidated Angunt 15,1883. ) ^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1890. OHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. {jul j "rapio progress. What Ha* Been Don^fn Three Months at Salem. A Rcronl litsurpassed in America. On the 2nd of October last, the Salem Improvement Company, of Salem. Virginia, was organized with ,*.d capital of $1,000,000. ? ?? 'U'xi on?otiO.OOO, tttkeo .vitbin a muni h1 \ a premium, Ti ed 000 aore* of It - town, laid out streets, and placed the j first lots on sale Dec. llth. Ten days from the beginning of the sale and only eleven weeks from the organization of the Company, more than 700 lots had been sold for more than $300, 000, and the Hoard of Directors declared a dividend of eighty |itr cent, on the Capital Stock, and ordered the name to be credited to the stockholders in payment of the eighty percent, still due on the stock, only two assessments of ten per cent, each having been called and paid in. This action makes the stock fully pai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1890

Jjgalem $imes~Register. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1890. Entered at the PostolBoe, in Saiem, Va hh second-class matter.] LOOAL AFF-A.IB8 Found.?In tb? Salem poet office, a few days ago, a sum of money. ' which the ov*ner can get by deecrlblog same and paying for this notice Apply at Times-Register office. A certiin philanthropist buys a larg** quantity of Dr. Bulla Coutfi Syrup evwinter ane gives It to the poor suffe-ilng from coughs and colds. There Is not a case of neuralgia which cannot be at once relieved by the use of Salvation Oil. At all drug stores. Price only 20 cents a bottle. Peach Blooms in December and January.?A peach tree in fall bloom in the months of December and January, la a novel sight, even in this favored climate. The strange part of it is, that it should be the property of the staid and sedate Judge Blair on Main street. Must Be Clohf.d Out.? My stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats and gent's furnishing gooda must be clotted out a* once. In order to do so everything jn stock w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 January 1890

HAIR-DRESSING LESSONS. fiow to %,'url m Oriitltnun't Hair Artlatlfully ? A Few (ieueral Initruoltoni Which M?y Friable Every Man to Be Ulr Own llarbcr. Barber, barber, shave 3 yig. tlow rnaov Uulrs will make u wlgT Kour-ana twenty, that's enough Olre the barber a pinch of snuff. ?Mother Goose's UaUadi. ITH rogard to curlln{ goniietccn'3 hair. I will admit that, through tho prevailing mode, there is. ffonorallv, very littlo loft for this, oven though it bo ordered to bo done, writes Mr. Itklwin (Jroer, of London, in the American HairDwsscr. Still It has to be curled sometimes, for all men do not have their halrelosely cropped, and ovon then it should bo dono properly. I may observe, inter alia, that through a largo number of young ladies having taken to close crops the curling irons are frequently brought into requisition. Although it Is now the practice for gentlemen to woar the hair short, it should bo roin? mbo??a,? h it such baa not ilv.dfA heen tho case. Fashions ??'"nugr, oud o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1890

VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10, 1890. NO. 26. ?Hhm <&imts-?tqisitr. (CONSOLIDATED.) B PUBLISHED EVEET FRIDAY MO IIN I N G, A.t tl.BO Per Y??r. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. JJ not paid ?'n advance |2 will be charged. T.CRABTRKB. CHAS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Fobltiitier* And Proprietor*. ..in i _ .????I ??? i ?" AUl KlU'lKtKM KATSW. i rita?)A? *'? ;v tunMag Uy* - rrl'' 715"" f!f* At i?Ve&/ 'AT* J J. '* l?u. n. tafieftAton"** fo\^gqp sflfl.t.oiiA. Ifcfisrunu . pMbl rata* Cor ?fooUi' * ,frof???icuKi or other cards, oooupytw* *Mie DaUkrc, or leu, on? year, $12.00, ill months, ?7.^0; three months $5.00. a-l-rertlsements subject to speolal contract. ObltusrlM nn?i Tribute* of Reapect. ?hen they exceed ten lines, will be r at the rate o f6 cents per line for all such ,J411 Cut* roust be on metal foundation, ?hen they will be Inserted without extra '^Vdvertlsementsto Insure Insertion In any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1890

?nle?t @inies-$tgistft. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1890. OH AS. D. DBN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. ^ *- gr, '?- ^ s* *> j *5 x ,i -A -? vju SI. Jfe :! A, ;* OUR WINTERS AFFECTED BY TBE (Jl'LF STREAM. Tho remarkably high aud uniform temperature which characterized the wholo of the recent autumnt and which has been maintained through the whiter to the present time, has attracted a great deal of attention and discupsion. As was to be expected, soverai theories have been proposed to account for this seemingly anomalous condition of things. Among these that which lays the respensl bit i ty at tho door of the Gulf Stream seeing to have succeeded in getting the lead. Formulated in few terms, this theory claims that, tho Gulf Stream has been thrown in nearer our Atlantic coast by the agency ol tho Charleston earthquake, and that thereby not only h?s the present season been the warmer, but that this higher temperature will boa permanent instituti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1890

&alem Qimts- egisttr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1890. Kntered at the Postofflce, In Salem, Va as second-class matter.] LOOAL AFFAIP-8 "Who breathes must puffer, and who thinks must mourn, and he alone l? blessed" who knows that pain and suffering cm be cured by Salvation Oil. Although we have heard persons remark?"It is worth its weight In gold,"? still Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup 1% to be had at all drug stores for 2d cents. New Land Company.-The West Salem Land Company was organised this weea for the purmse of developing the valuable property on the MoAdaoi road West of balem. The officers are: George Allen, president and manager; John A. Francis, vice-president; Chas. C. Tompkins, secretary ; Jacob S. Baer, treasurer and attorney. Additional Directors: W. M. Nelson, Jacob Parrlsb, Baxter W. Logan, J. G. Wcrtz. A. H. Plecker and L. D. Rice. The company will have a portion of their land cut Into building lots, and plaoed on the market at an early day. He Saw this Point.?One of oar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 January 1890

THE OLD PHILOSOPHER. IV* History Um a l*atbetlr Side?A Man Doing tioud In an Uombl# Way* the Congressional library at Washington. Ho is nearly sixty years of age, evidently very poor, for ho wears shabby rlothes and his l>ald head is adorned with a very grimy old felt hat when he emerges from the library. He is called tho "Old Philosopher" by habitues of tbo building. Forraorly a prosperous lawyer, ho was converted in '70 during a revival held in Washington by the evangelist. Rev. E. P. Hammond. Ever since then tho Old Philosopher has devoted his timo and talents to tho study of the Bible. He reads all commentaries and covers the table before him with Bibles in Hebrew, Creek, Latin, German and French. The regular Sundayschool lessons are read and ro-mad, and tho commentaries of standard authorities aro carefully conned by him. Of courso his law business has long since faded away, and he has nothing to live on except faith. Although a vory loarned man, ho is not a good ext...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1890

? ? ?? VOL. 24. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24. 1890. NO. 28. Jafcm ?imes-$tgisfer. (CONSOUDITEO.) 8 PUBLI8HBD EVERT F 11 I D A Y MOIIN 1NU, At 411.no Per Year, STRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCE. Xf not paid in advance $2 will be charged t.chabtree. chas. o. denit F. O. webber. CRABTBEE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publisher* And Proprietor*. PROFKMMIONAft. r*RI?R. D R. OHCAH WILEY, SALKM, VIBGINIA, Offern htn pretAHMioiial services to the Eublic. Olttce opposite court-house above [r. Ben lug's Jewelry Store: Reside ?oe, Mr. .loeiah Simmons'. aug8-tf D R T L ROBERlSON, (Graduate of Unlrersitr of Hew York?Glass 1877), Ffavinar permanently located In Kalem, respectfully offers his professional services to the public. ^auOffice and residence at Mr. H. J. Strvknh* residen e on Main street, Salem, Vs. 5 17-ly J. LAWYERS. P. HOUTZ, Attornev-at-Xaw, Salem, Roanoke Co., Fa., Will practice In Koanoke and adjoining counties. Prompt attention to all business entrusted to ulm. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1890

Svileiif <giHjes'gfegisffl. ' JousollrtatoC August 16,1883.) 1 HI DAY, JANUARY 21, 1890. OHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. TUANK O. WEBBER, Associate. S* 'i-. - f / - < rH PKKMDKXT ALLF.H0SU 8 HEPOKT. The Financial Condition of the Salem Improvement Company. W o toko pleasure* in giving to our readers in this it-sue of the TimesJttciiktek. President Allemong's Report of the Condition of the Saletu Improvement Company, made to h ' meeting of the Stock holders in the Town Hall, Salem, January 22nd 1 We congratulate the ?Ulcers and I stockholders of the company on the! splendid condition of its finances and J the promise of a wonderful increase ? : the "v :;lue of f? property. who kt ow JV1 r. Alleinong ! ait) wcii <twa*o oi ins extreme caution and prudence in making statements to the public, lie eudeavors to be strictly conscientious in the management of the great interests connected with the Improvement Company. His caution is manifest in his first report to th...

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