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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 May 1890

FRIDAY, MAY ?, lmH). OHA8. D. DKNIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. INVESTMENTS IN VIRGINIA. It must be a cause for congratulation to every Virginian that the rapid advance in Virginia's prosperity has been so steadily maintained. So far, there has been no pause in her rapid strides forward. On the contrary, every month seems only to add to the impetus of her progress, until it appears perfectly justifiable in her citizens to indulge the most boundless hopes as to the economic future of the Commonwealth. There is every prospect that the enormous investments of outside capital that have already been made in the state, will receive still larger additions, not only from the accumulated wealth of the Northern State's, but also from foreign countries. Only once divert to Virginia a large proportion of English foreign investments, and the amount will be annually increased. Already, an English syndicate which has placed *1,400,000 in the purchase of mineral lands, is actively at work ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 May 1890

galtm gimeS'Segisitr. FRIDAY, MAY ?, 1WK). Entered at the Poatofflee, in Salem, Va., as second-class matter. local affaips IV HKMOKIAM. M VKY M. WKRBER. It beooine* our gainful duty to-day, to chronicle the death of Mrs. Mary M. Webber, wife of our associate, Mr. Frank G. Webber, which sad event occuried on Friday night about 11 o'clock. Mrs. Webber was the daughter of Mr. John Purrish and was about 30 years old, and had been married about 17 years. Her illness extended through a period of more than two years, and for the |iai>t live or six mouths she had been confiued to her home. It was the result of a neglected cold which dually terminated in consumption. She was a lady of many and rare virtues. Of a modest and amiable disposition, she was the center of a large circle of attached friend*. Within the precincts of home however, she shone with respleudent radi"ance Possessed of domestic instincts that made her habitation one of happiness, she was necessarily greatly loved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 May 1890

1,1 FK. DOKS IT CONSIST IN TUB ABUNDANCE or TIIINUS WHICH A MAN POSSESSES t You tufty have your table day by da\ laden with sumptuous fare, you may have your wardrobes filled with purple and fine linen you may have your fields golden with grain and your vineyards purple with vine clus ters, you may build your warehouses in distant ports, and your ships, may plow the Orient seas?what profit is it'( You can only have wliat you use. Anything more than that is merely >i matter of ledgers and bank safes. It enlarges your cares and your clerk hire. Your life, even your physical life is none tue richer. The man whose income for a year barely equals your income for a day. whose labor yet supplies bis daily wants, gets as much profit. He has as large a proprietorship aa you iu the essential things of life. God's sunshine and air and rain are his servants as much as yours. Tbey ripen bis food and they feed his longs with oxygen. What more can they do for you? What can your weslth p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 May 1890

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 16. 1890 VOL. 24. Tke Tvm.es-^eg-ister. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three month#. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. ?otel Lucerne, 8 A L E M, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval limine.) Thin House, located in the centre of the city, wan opened under new management on the 7th of March last. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMANB. W. VXJAK. J^OGAW & PRAJTCIfr. Real Estate Dealers, N4LKM, VlttfllNIA. Ofkics?Dillard A Persinger's Building, College Avenue Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public, con he found there. d: W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) vr All Wiiitk Aktikts. Diuu rivimus vi vara us. feb7'90-ly Saiera Steam Planing. Mills! N. HOCKMAN. ARCHITKCT t AND ? IttllLDKK, Also Manufacturer of? WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Moulding*, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 May 1890

patent (rintes-gfrQistft FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1WM>. OHAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. PRANK Q. WEBBER, Associate OI K SEW DRESS. With to-day's issue of the TimksRkoistkk, t lio twenty-fourth year of its existence is completed; first as the Times and subsequently the i'uks Rkgistkh. We begin the last year timt will round out a quarter of a century, with an entire outfit of new type, and under the most fa vorable auspices. There hJiK never been a period in the history of the paper when it was in a more flourishing condition than today. The pressure upon our advertising space has become so great as to require within a brief period, ?ho issuance of a semi weekly, to be followed very soon by a daily. Some change- in our building are necessary in order to increase needed accommo dations, and as soon a* they can Ik completed the pajier will In? issuec more frequently. The importance ol Saleiu; its rapid growth and the industrial development thai has seized its jHjople, all contribute to render...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 May 1890

&alem $imes- Register. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890. Entered at the Pot-t>fthe, in Salem, Va., as second-claw matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Correction.?The sale of lots of It. A* O. Iiund Coni|>any announced for May 10th was intended for North Salem Land Company. The sale of lota of the 11. A* 0. Land Company will commence 1st of June in Middle Division. H. <1. Baows, President. THK NKW DKPOT. Mr. Cummings, the architect, who had under his conduct the erection of the elegant new union depot at Lynchburg, has arrived in Salem to take charge of the construction of the new passenger depot of the Norfolk and Western railroad at this place. The building is to be a very handsome one, built somewhat after the style of the station at Bedford. It will be finished within a few months. Fine j'.. . Iry at Mrs. T. C. Wolfcnden's. Thk Nrw Registration. ? The | registration In Salem up to the close yesterday foots up as follows: First Ward. 77 Whites and HO colored; Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 May 1890

Railroad Raten to the 1'nveillog. WHAT VOI.I" NTKKRS, VKTKRANS AXI> THK (IKNKRXIi Pl'ULIC WILL UK OIAItGKD. Iii every neighborhood of ?very county of this Commonwealth and in many hoction* ??f other states, people are tliinkiiiLC about coming to Rich-! inond to the unveiling. Volunteer companion, bands of veterans. groups of friends, family \>arties, and individual citizens arc calculating the cost, and on this point in most cases the question will turn. Luckily for the success of the celebration. the railroad companies have | made very fair rates. WHAT WILL BE CHARUKD. At a meeting of general passenger agents of lines in Virginia held at the traffic manager's office of the Rich-J mond Fredericksburg and Potomac railroad the following was adopted : Resolved, that the following rates be made to apply to Richmond, Va.. and return on account of the celebration of the unveiling of the Lee monument from i>oints in the State of | Virginia?viz, : For milita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 May 1890

?t' 1 ; ? j ' VOL. 25. SALEM. HOANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 23. 1890. Nn i ' The Times-P\egister. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAIt, Strictlv Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three month*. CHAS. D. DENIT & F.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publisher*. jjotei Lucerne, S A L K M, V1UU I N 1 A (Formerly I>uvol Ilousc.) This House, located in the centre of the city, van omotd under new management on the 7th of March last. ? n*7tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. B. W. LOOAR. ? | g i- A. rRAKCIS. Logan & francis, ^ rtfejfl1.rlfcr"'' Real Estate Dealers, NALRN. VlltfllKl*. Office?DiHani & Persinger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Public, can be found there. w. McALLISTErT Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel liuevrte.) tar All WllITK ARTISTS. Dum vivimus vivartiU*. febT90-ly Salem SimPlaiii Mills! N. HOOK MAN, AIM'HITKtvr t AM) t It I111.1> Kit, Al??o Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS. BLI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 May 1890

$-i I mi <gwtes-?$rfiistu FR1 DAY, MAY 2U, 1*\n>. OH AS. D. DBNIT, Editor. I*K ANK O. WKBBER, Aswoclate A PKIWIIXU WAST. There in no one thing, the need of which is felt in Salem more at thin time, than the want of house*, both for residences, as pliiCM of Itusinoiw, and for boarding purpose?. The hotels are nearly always full to overflowing, anil so of the ?Hoarding houses, while to rent a house in which to live, Is at this time an almost utter impossibility. This state of affairs must undergo a change before Salem can advance. What l>oots it that we invite i?eople here when weliave no accommodations for them? We speak but the unvarnished truth when we allege that it is with extreme difficulty that 1 warding places can l?e secured and it is quite lis difficult to procure a lodging room. However great the incentives to strangers to take up their atnxle among us, it avails nothing unless they can be housed and otherwise provided for. The first man who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 May 1890

??altm (gimes-Register. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1890. Entered at the l'm-titHw, in Salem, V?., us second-class matter. LOCAL APFAIB8 A 4'ar?l. To the large number of friend* who, tli rough letters and otherwise, have l>een kind enough to tender me expressions of sympathy for the recent affliction occasioned ' by the death of my wife. I take this method of thanking them and assuring theinofiuy hearty appreciation of these evidences of their thoughtful consideration. F. CI. Wkibkr. The Klettloii. This istlieday that will decide the iK>liticul and iierhajis (inancial, status, of more than one aspirant for municipal honors in Virginia, and that a great many more will " get left" to quote a familiar phrase, than will be advanced,goes without saying. It is a subject of congratulation, however, to know that in this splendid country, with it* golden opportunities over open to the industrious, there need be no needless repinings over a wunt of appreciation at the polls and besi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 May 1890

SHE Dl DN'T TAKE OKI)KKS FROM A DISTANCE. She was a little old woman dnwcicd in black and having a bundle wrapped up in a Kiay nlutwl. She had a scat in the middle of a (train! River avenue car, and as she took out her elav pipe and begun feeling Tor her tobacco the conductor step|>ed forward and said ; "You inusn't smoke here, ma'am." " Why not ?" 44 Against the rule*."1 "Who made the rules?" " The company." " Where's the company ?" " Down at the office." '? Well, 1 never allow nobody a mile away to tell me when I shall or shall not smoke. I've got wind on iny stomach, and when I have it 1 alius smoke. You kin tr??t right back tothe flat form and he ready to jingle the bell when anybody wants to git off." And she found a match, lighted it on the sole of a solid shoe, and puffed away with a serene countenance until ready to get off at Twelfth street. ttiiekleii'M trnlCM Native. The best salve in the world for euts, bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Klieuui. Fever Sores. Tetter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 May 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 30. 1890. NO. 2. Tkc Tvm,es-(Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOHNING. AT $1.50 YEAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. c"IA8. 1). DEN IT & P. G- WEBBER, Owners Mid Publishers. Ijotel Lucerne, H A 1. K M, V 1 It U I X 1 A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the city, w opened under now management on ? the Vth of .March lust ?x* mr 7-tf J 1IAKitY (HAI'M AN. II. w. MX1AN. | J- A- KRVNt lH. J^OOAN ft FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers. N4LKM. VIH?JI*I4. Or?c?? Dillard ft Perninger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Puhlitf.can l?e found there. W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel Luoerno.) At.U WllITK ARTIHTS. i Dum vivimm vivamus. fehrWMy Salem Steam Planing Mills! N. HOCK MAN. A IK'll ITM'T x AND i HMI.DKK, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW HASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTKI.s, BRACKETS Mouldings, Balusters, Window ami Door Frames, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 May 1890

gwits-$egistu FRIDAY, MAY :?>. 1WK). OHAS. D. DBNIT, Bdltor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate THE FUTTXE1 07 3ALBM. Salem. after the lapse of a long l>eriod of comparative inaction, has entered upon an era marked by an industrial effort the end of which 110 man may know. It in characterized too, by confidence horn of a knowledge of its vast capacities for development hy reason both of its mineral deposits, itn railroad facilities its healthfulnesa and its splendid situation and picturesque surroundinKS. There is perhaps noplace within the broad limits of the commonwealth that embrace* all of the requisites above indicated, in so eminent a degree as this. Other towns may arise, indeed have arisen, and together with older ones, compete for leadership in the race for progress; may indeed, if she is not wide-awake to the grand possibilities before her, distance her in the race. But the fact will remain that the pal in for superiority in all that goes to make a town great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 May 1890

&?lem (giines-it eiiiater. FRIDAY, MAY ?>, lam. Entered at the Pofetoffiee, in Salem, Vu.. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIP8 . DO YOU WANT ICE ? If so. you can lw supplied, by [leaving your orders at our meat market. Our icehouse will be opened every morning at 5 o'clock, and will positively be clewed at 10 o'clock, A. M. Those who wish ice delivered must leave their orders in the evening. We will not deliver less than ten pounds. On Saturdays, the ice-house will be opened again from 5 to 7 o'clock. P. M. Our rules are '* iron-bound," and will not !>e broken. Respectfully, tTko. F. 11 km.? <fc Co. Wastkd.?A purchaser for a pair of platform scales, in good order. Apply to alem Times Register Office. l'w In the use of ayer's Sarsaparilla, you need have no fear of arscnical poison, this medicine being entirely free from nil dangerous drugs. Its powerful effects are due to the skillful combination of the best ingredients, and hence no ill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 May 1890

"Why the South is Solid? in the title of a book recently issued from the publishing house of Woodward, & Co., Baltimore. The editor of it is H on. H. A. Herbert.of Alabama, long a member of Congress from this State, and a gentlemen of undisputed talent*. He not only writes the introduction but nives the history of reconstruction in his own State. The Lynchburg News in reviewing this admirable book says: "The remaining chapters art' succinct histories of thi1 reconst motion era in the several secession St at rs; each chapter being from the pen of some noted public man in the Stale treated of. Senator Vance writes for North <'arolina; Senator Vest for Missouri; < ongressman Win. L. Wilson for West Virginia; Senator l'asco. for Florida. This shameful page in Virginia's history is well told by Hubert Stiles. Esq., n leading member of the Virginia bar. The design of the book seems to be twofold ; tirst, to vindicate the truth of history, and second, to s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 June 1890

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA RIDAY MORNING. JUNE 6. 1890 ?> _# Jg j? VOL. 25. NO. 3. Tke 'Ivrries-l^egxster, IS PUBU8HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT $1.50 \"KAH, Strictly Cash in Advanoe<or $2 if paic within three months. CHA8. D. DENIT & P G. WEBBER Owners and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, 8A|>gM't Vine Iff! a: (fncmerly Duval House.) Thin House, located in the centre of tin gftyara "n^er n*w o^ mr7-tf * 3. HARRY CHAPMAN. ' S. W. LOUAN. | J. A. FRANCIS. y CKIAW Real Estate Dealers, N4LKM. VIRGINIA. Orrics?Dlllard A Persinger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Puhlie. ran be found there. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) ur a LL WlllT* AbTIKTR. Dnm vivimus vi vain us. feb7'90-ly Salem SteaiPlanins Mills! N. H00KMAN. ARCHITKtT t AND t BCILDER, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASli, DOORS. BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Moulding, Balusters, Window and Dtxjr Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 June 1890

?? tf"*it; rs- ?it tnstqr FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1WK). OH AS. D. DKNIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. AN EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCE. The impressions conveyed by the ceremonies attending the inauguration of the JLee monument are not likely to be obliterated from the tuinds of those who witnessed them. In these impressions, the people of the whole South ran be said to have partici|Mited on account of the very full description of the various scenes and incidents of the celebration that has appeared in the daily press of the Southern States. Who cau accurately calculate the permanent gtH?d ef feet of such a celebration ii|h>ii the geueral character of the Southern jieople? In this material age, when the thoughts and energies of our j?eoplc are beginning to be so absorbingly directed towards every form of material development, it is well that some great event of an heroic nature like that so recently occurring in Rich mond,should take place to divert their attention for a time from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 June 1890

ul. - &alem Register. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 18W>. Entered at the Pontofllce, iu Saleiu. Va., as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS 0T7S WFULATXO*. Editors Tikw-R^w*** : r?n_. To awaken the general public toafullir appreciation of the remarkable growth of our town is the aim of this communication. That she ha" doubled her population within the past six months, and that her present population will be doubled within the next six months seems to be generally conceded. Now that the voice of the census enume o'er is heard abroad in the land, 1 deeireto make an offer through the Timxw-Kkoistfk which 1 trust will stimulate interest in this matter of our town's population. 80. if you approve ofthe plan, I will pay for the Tim ksRsuistkk for one year to be sent to that j>erson who first gueeses nearest to Balem's population as shown by the official returns of the census now being taken. All guesses to be made on or before the 30th day of June. O. L. 8T*Aai*un. Sale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 June 1890

The IInstitute*. ||n\\ TIIK >CIIOO|. tkaciikiis spkxd *111 K 1 It V AC ATION?SOUM ALS AT S 1'l.VCKS IN V1KUIMA PROVISION KOH W1IITK ANl> COLORKD. I'nllowing isan announcement from tin* Department of Public 1 lint-ruc-tion, <?f tin' programme prepared for the present summer. The funds for operating these Institutes arc donated by the Peabody Hoard of trustees, of which Dr. J. L. M.<'urry is General Agent. At Lynchburg, Va., an institute will be held for four weeks, beginning June 23d. It will be conducted by Superintendent Glass of the Lynchburg city schools, assisted by Professor Charles H. Winston, of Richmond College; Miss Celestia Parrish and Miss Pauline Gasli, of the State Normal School, l-'armville, Va.; Mrs. St rot her, of the Lynchburg schools; Miss Magee,of the State Normal school, of Wisconsin, and Professor W. J. Keuyon, of the normal School of t ook county. 111. At Harrisonburg, from July 14th to August 15tli, an institute will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 June 1890

KID AY MORNING, Tke Tvrn.es-(Register. IS PUBLISH EI) EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $9 if paid within three months. OHA8. D. DENIT & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and PublUherii. _______ ? ]?otel Lucerne, s a i. k m.?rnrrrnmr (Formerly Duval How.) This House, located In the centre of the city, was opened under new management on the 7th of March last. mr 7-tf ' J. HARRY CHAPMAN. ?. w. louak. 1 i- a. ruAUca*. J^OGAN dt FRANCJ8. Real Estate Dealers. N4LRH, VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard A Pcrsinger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public, can he found there. jq w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) I-#" A LL White Artists. Dum vivimus vivimuii febfA^ly Salem Steam Planing Mills! N. HOC KM AN, AKt'lllTKCT * AND t BITILDKK, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Mouldings, Hal listers, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing. Flooring, Newel Poets, Ceiling, Laths, Ac., Ac. ...

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