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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 July 1890

&?'?'/ ffiiines-gegistH i FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1S1H>. OH AS. D. OBNIT. Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER. Associate SNTIE, 70TJ& TKOT3S3T. The propositiofi, which wtui first advanced at Tammany Hall, on Friday of last week, and the anniversary of the declarat ion of liHk'iH'iulciwt1, was significant. The general meeting was called hy the leaders of tlie Deinoeratic party, in every portion of the laud, " to protest against the passage of the National Election measure by the Senate, and was eminently proper, so fjir as the Northern communities were concerned," lis that admirable paper, the Kiehmoml Times siiys: " Mtliough not :?t all likely to make the slightest impression on the intentions of tin* Republican majority in tlie Senate. Notliit)#, however, is to In* ^ain^l by holiliiiK 1 such mwiiitipIn the South. The only Kiwi that can In' accomplished by tin's** meetings, whin hold in the Sort horn State?, ia to bring out more clearly l?efore the view of tlie North...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 July 1890

gnltm gimes-g roister. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1890. Entered at the Postoffioe, in Salem. Va., ait second-class matter. / _____ local afpaibs POSTOFTICE HOUBS. ? The following hours will l?e olwerved at the Salem, Va., pootollto^: Oi>en from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M. Sunday hours from 12:30 to 1 :30 P. M. Money Order* inuwl from H A. M. to 4 :31) P. M.; on Satimlay, from H A. M. to 3 P. M. Dispatch or Maiij*. No. 1, 7:80 a. m. No. 4, W: 15 h. m Akhival. or Maiij*. No. 1, Wwt, H:0? a. ri. No. 4, Kast, 9:4# a. id. No. 15, West. 10:31) a.m. No. 3, West, 5:ft? a. m. No. 10, Kast, 6:60 p. m U. e ? I'l ?!? Ill* No. 1.1. ?: 15 a. in. No. 3, 5 p. ro. No. Ill, ft p. ni. W. Lek Ubaxd. P. M. Numbering and Naming Streots. In adopting a system of naming and numbering the streots of Salem as they are being rapidly laid out and extended, there is an excellent chance of introducing much confusion. Our attention lia" been called to the fact that there an* three or four sets of streets in different part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 July 1890

Chicago's Doublo Tragedy. A ST11?K.CT OK DIVINITY SHOOTS HIS FATHKit TO SAVK HIS MOTHKH. Chicago, July !).?William Rittauu'l, n (terman carpenter, shot his wife through the head to-day. 11 (h eon, :M> years old and just completing an eight-year course of study for the Lutheran Kvangclical ministry, heard tin* shot ami entering the r?>om encountered his father who held the weai>o!i still in his hand. A terrible struggle ensued, and the son was finally forced to shoot his father in order to rescue lib mother. The bloody double tragedy wan enacted in the kitchen of the family resilience. Young H'ttamcl was arrest ed. Both husband ami wife arc so dangerously wounded that littlelu?|?e is entertained <>f t he recovery of either. The elder Itittamel has been slightly demented at times for a year past, and was undoubtedly insane to-day at the time of the shooting. A CHILI) KILLED. Another child killed l?y the use of opiates given in the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 July 1890

THE TTMES-R -Supplement. TRACED IN BLOOD-Continued. lie had Just mounted?I learned this afterwards?ft favorite bobby, that always carried him away. " Zounds!" he oontinued; "you have strange idea*, madame! "What! 1 am oue of the forlorn hopes of civilisation! At the coat of my repose and the risk of my life I secure Hie safety of society, and am I to blush for it! That wouldn't be pleasant. You will tell me that various absurd prejudices, bequeathed by the past, exist sgsiiwt us. What do I care? Yes, 1 kuow that there are sensitive gentlemen who look down upon us. But, deuce tske it! I'd like to see their faces, if my oollesgnee and 1 struck work tomjrrow.leavlug the oity to the army of scoundrcls we hold la check." . . Mm?. Jlecalnet, who was doubtless aocustomed to outbursta of this kind, did not utter a word; and she waa wise, for my worthy neighbor, meeting with no contradiction, calmed down as If by magic. "But enough of that," he said to his wife. "There's something more impor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 July 1890

DON'T BLAME THE WORLD. Don't blame the ?orl<l because the tborus ire found ttooDK the poms ; The day that breaks In storiu a?y be ?U suustalno when it closes. We can not hope to always meet with fortune's fond caressing. And that which seems most hard to ?... bring with it a blessing. The buried seed must rot ia earth ere It produce the flower. And the weak plant to fructify niu?t have both sun and shower; 80 man. to gain development, must struggle with life'* croHSos, And Tiew with calm philosophy his trials and his losses. A deadly, pols'nous woed may yield a sal v* of surest healing; The sweetest blossom may pols'nous be. although Its bane concealing. Things are not always what they noem, but still 'twas Heaven designed them. And we should class them all as good and tako them as we find theip. Little we know of this brief Ufa, and nothing of Its ? TLt* Vi uk a it ivjmtit trjst all ta?t way Ovd's ww> ? are nut our &.nd Ho should rorvainly bo trust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 25. 1890. NO. 10, TKe Times-l^eg*lsier. IS PUBLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.60 IRAK, Strictly Cosh in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F. G. WEBBER, OwiterH and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, 8 A L K M, V 1ROINI A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the e??itre of the city, was ojienml under new management oil the 7th of Man-h last. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. L W. UMAN. 1 J. A. rRANCH*. OGAN & FRANCIS. Real Estate Dealers, M1LRN. VIRGINIA. mcE?Dillard S: Persinger's Building, College A venne. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public, can found there. W. MoAUiSTBR^ . Tonsorial Artist, (Main Strcet, Basement Hotel lucerne.) An. White Artists. Hum vivimus vivamus. feb7'fl0-ly Salem Steam Planing Mills! N. HOCKMAN, ARCHITECT t AND t UdlMIER, ??Also Manufacturer of WINDOW sash. DOORS, BLINDS, M ANTE I J?, BRACK KTS Mouldings, Balusters, Window and Door Kramos, Hand-raili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

Jmes-gegisl^-.I1)AY, JULY 80, 181)0. A8. D. DENIT, Editor. RANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. A "WOSD TO FABMBI13. Tliu Valley Virginian is by odds the ablest Republican paper in Virginia, ami deserves credit for not only having opiMwi'd Mahone in tlic last State I'aiiviuw, but for its able arguments against the Lodge Klectiou bill. Its editor, however,cannot forget that lie is a Republican, and evinces a very natural desire to profit his party by dissensions in the Democratic ranks, as witness the following excerpt from an article condemning Mr. Helden's appeal to lb-publi-can editors in behalf of the bill in question. In this it will be seen,that the Virginian tliinks there are other means than "legislation which is well calculated to draw sectional and rare lines and intensify Hie prejudices which naturally grow out of such relations," to beat the Democrats, a..d points out the following as one of them: " Dissatisfaction exists to large degree In several of tin- Southern Stan-* with the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

patent ^imes-Register. FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890. Filtered at the Foetofflce, in Stlem, Va., as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS A Colored Methodist College. The Washington Conference of the colored Methodist church have determined to locate a college somewhere in Virginia, and already the colore<l Methodists of three places are contending for the location, vis: Lynchburg, Liberty, and Salem. During a visit from Rev. Johnson, pastor of the church in this place, we were informed that the outlook for Salem as the place was Mattering and that the required sum, $30,000, could be raised without difficulty. The Baltimore and Ohio Land Com|tany of Salem, through its President, has pn?fferred them a donation of " a handsome and eligible site" consisting of ten acres of land, provided they will erect a building ujK>n it to cost the smn alnive indicated. The location will be definitely settled at the approaching session of the Conference, which meets in Baltimore next Marc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

The Lodge Force Bill. At a meeting held in Baltimore a few uiglits since, ('ongmiHUiau Crisp, of Georgia, gave the substance of the Rowell-Lodge Election t?ill in the following graphic language: The circuit courts of the United State? appoint chief supervisors of elections for each judicial district. The judges are nearly all Republican. The chief supervisor when appointed, is the master of the situation. Suiiervisors are appointed for each voting place. Any number of deputy marshals, all of the same party, may be api>ointed?there is no limit to the number. These officers are all paid out of the Treasury and may be employed ten days or more. The marshals may make a house-to-house canvass to inquire into the qualification of voters, and must do whatever the chief supervisor orders them todo. The States may have electionolHeere, but whenever there is a conflict in the returns, the State ret urn gives way to the Federal return. The court up points a returning bourd. Their ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1S90. NO. 10. A STORY O" BKRTHOVEN. The Great Composer's First Visit to Vienna. - HEN Beethoven was about sixteen years of ago he was court organist in Bonn, on the Rhine. Max Francis, the elector of Cologne, who had y\'\amuiii his residence in tho tereated in the young musician, and, to help him along, sent him for a ahort visit to Vienna, which was tho gTeat musical oo" '.or of tho world at that time, the home of three of the greatest masters who ever lived, Mozart, Haydn and Qluck. Tho elector gave him a letter of recommendation to his brother Joseph, the Emparor of Germany and Archduke of Austria, which he was to delivor to the Emperor himsolf. So, not many days after his arrival in Vienna, ho dressed himself in his best and started for tho royal castle with tho letter in his pocket Although ho had overcome in some degree his dread of conversation with peoplo in a higher station of life than his own, still it was not wl thout some foolin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 July 1890

FEDERAL ELECTION BILL. fOLOKKl) rLKKOYMAN*S VIKWK ON THK MKASI KK. Rev. C. N. lirandison, a colored clergy mull and pn'sidont of the llcnnett College of North Carolina, is to make a tour of the northern cities to raise fluids for adding a new dormitory to the college building. Mr. (irauditHMi preached in Washington Sunday to a large congregation, and, after the terviees, made an address on the federal election bill, in which he stated the reasons for ulj opposition to that measure. In the course of his remarks he said: " My opposition to this measure is based o?i the U'lief that the effect of the hill \iill l?e to farther embitter the southern whites. It will Ik* a firebrand that will intlanie the radicals to overt acts in their war on the negroes. It will also alienate, or tend to alienate, the more conservative element of the whites, ami will chang<* their present jMissive attitude into an active alliance with the radical negro haters. The more conservative whites arr d...

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

/AJ. tDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1. 1890 NO. II Tke Tvrrues-f^egxsier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.00 YKAlt, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $3 if paid within three iuonthn. CHAS. D. DENIT & FWEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, SALEM, VIROIN1A. (Formerly Duvsl House.) Th!* House, locsSdlli the centre d *ho Sv, was oi*M?ed unaernew management on e 7th of March la?t. mr 7-1 f J HARRY CHAPMAN. W. UKJAN. | J. A. FRANCIS. |^OGAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, MALGN, VIRGINIA. rriCB?Dillard ?* Persingcr's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Burnett, a Notary Public,can found there. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street. Basement Hotel Lucerne.) l^gr* All White Ahtihth. Dum vivinius vivamus. fcb7'H0-ly Salem Steam Planing Mills! N. HOCKMAN, AKCIIITKCT i AND t BUILIIKK, Also Manufacturer of? WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Moulding*, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Posts, Ceiling, Laths, &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 August 1890

Sta/w'f ?in(ts-?esisi^' FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 181M). OH AS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WRBBER, Auooclale. A FLATTENING OUTLOOH. We are gratified to know that a larp1 number of enquiries are arriving at tin* office of the Improvement company from Northern manufacturers, concerning the adaptability of Salem for their plants, and what fa cilities will he awarded theiu ill establishing them in our midst. The number increases with each week, and as the terms offered are always liberal, we may expect an influx of manufacturing establishments in the near future. This, taken in connection with the greatly increased enquiry for lots and the largely increased sales made in that direction during the month that has just closed, afford a hopeful outlook for the future. A Northern gentleman who spent some weeks here this spring and early nynrnvr, mu\ vrliob&N just returned to SaIciu, after a months' absence in the North, says that an exodus from there in this direction, during the approac...

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

jjj ihm ?ime&- Ijvtfisfrr. FRIDAY, AUUU8T 1, Ikuo. Filtered at the Pwtutllce, in Salem, Vu., as seoondn'tiiKfi matter. LOCAL, AFFAIKS A Nuisance that Should be Abated. Wo publish to-day u communication from a very entinublc gentleman, who signs it "Citiaen." He call* attention In 110 umvr#tain language to a public nuisance to which frequent reference lias been made in tlicst columns, ami one that should In* a bat til. There can l>o no question of the fact, that if the condition of thing* to which our correajxmdent refers be much longer |>orinitted during this warm weather, it must prove deleterious to the health of that neighborhood. Why then in the name of all that is right do not the author it ios enforce strict sanitary regulations in the quarter indicated? Arethev waiting for sickness to cotue before moving? Meeting of The County School Board. The annual meeting of the county school board will be held on the second Wednesday 13th of August. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 August 1890

pa IT, 301oS0B3 ANT PA3TB. Henrv Hmlokcr, ?i well known wholesale druggist of Richmond, in dead. Asa Rogers, it is said, will In' the HUOM'OMur of Lurty at Oklahoma. Sweiggart, who was ohargwl with rohhiugthe railroad company and oxpress office at Troutville, has been acquitted in the county court of Botetourt. The Executive Committee of the Virginia State Agricultural Society have determined that it was inexpedient to have a fair this fall. The population of New York * *ity is 1,513,501. in 1880 it was 1,206,209. Superintendent fasscll, of tin* Norfolk and Western road, has recovered from Ins recent illness and returned to his duties. Col. Jno. T. L. Preston, for fortythree years Professor of languages. Rhetoric and Literature at the Virginia Military Institute, died at his home in Lexington on Tuesday, aged 80 years. Miss Ada IV Carrington, of the Exehangeand Ballard Houhc, Richmond, has sold her splendid herd of regis tered Jersey cattle to ex-Attorney-General K. A. Avers, who ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 August 1890

TIMES - REGISTER-Supplement. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1890. NO, 11. MAJOR MARTIN, OF TEXAS. IIIX rtPKKCIt UN Til K M11.Is III I.I. " T \ K KS Til K OAK R." Then up row William Martin, Ami every face was pale; They knew that he was going To twist Protection's tail. Five thousand eyes were on him As he prepared to meet The grim ami gory monster Ami knocked it off its feet. Then loud the people shouted, And loud the chamber rang, As Martin charged the monster And hit it with a Wang. He forced it to the corner; He punctured it with speech ; He smashed it with statist i?-s And every thing in reach. He carronied on its counter; He pushed it to its tents ; Till paralyzed Protection ? Kssayed to climb the fence. Then came the chance for Martin, A chance that could not fail, For as Protection bolted, He caught it by the tail. Full many a twist he gave it. Ami then he gave it more, Till poor Protection, conquered, furled up u|>on the floor. Then Martin step|?ed up...

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

SPEECH OF HON. W. L. WILSON IN BALTLKO&E. Read What He Said. PRACTICAL POINTS ABOl'T T1IK TARIFF. At a muss meeting hold in Baltinioiv, umlor tlio auspices <?f the Tariff He for in Club, 011 the niglit <?f the 15tli inst., speeches were made l?y Congressman Crisp of (Jeorgia, Congressman Hemphill of S. C., ami Congressman Wilson of W. Va. Mr. Wilson said:? "No man can look on the map of Maryland without seeing that it is dedicated Jo tariff reform. The city of Baltimore is the gift of the sea. If while its people slumt>er to-night some mighty convulsion of nature should lift the l?ed of tin* 1'atapsco to a level with your wharves and tilt the waters of the Chesapeake into the Atlantic all classes of jour people would instantly feel that an irreparable disaster had befallen the city, and that the paralysis <?f death had fastened on its prosperity and greatness. No men understood the fact and all that it implies more fully than t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

NO. 12. The Tim.es-f^egicter. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAH, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.O. WEBBER, Owner* and Publishers. ^otel Lucerne, 8 A L K M, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the city, was opened under new management on the 7th of March l?u?t. ni^7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. W. LOGAN. | J. A. rUAKCIB. tOOAN & FRANCIS, eal Estate Dealers, NALEH, VIRGINIA. ..friCK?Dillard A Persinger's Ruilding, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public,con found there. D. NV. McA LLISTEK, Tonsorial Artist, (Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne*.) All W IIITK AKTIST*. Dum vivimus vivamus. feb7'90-ly Salem Steam Planing Mills! 1*. HOCKMAN. ARCHITECT t AND t BUILDER, Also Manufacturer of? WINDOW HASH, DOORS. BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Mouldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Posts, Ceiling, I^aths, Ac., Ac. 1 am prepared at my ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

(ginits-jgfQistw FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. "18JM>. CHAR. D. DENIT, Bdltor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate TE* POSITION 07 US. BLAINE. The |M>sition Mr. Blaine now occupies. whether in relation to his party affiliations or his connection with the Administration, is a some what anomalous one, and with a man of less nerve as the great central figure, would be perhaps, a hazardous one. The able Secretary being 011 the ri^ht line once at least, can atTonl to snap his lingers at the enemies that his frank utterances have raised up among the leaders of the Republican party. As the Richmond Times well says: '"At 110 period has he stood higher in the consideration of men whose views arc not warped by partisan bitterness. Whether. ashis]M>litieal rivals are seeking to show, iiis present attitude 011 a number of the most important public question*it*Influenced by jealousy of the prominence to which Reed and McKinley have attained in the eyes of the public at large, or whet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

?alem jgiiius-^eyister. rstlDAY, AUGUST h, ihwk Ki tenxl at the Pustofllce, in Salem, Va., as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS Democratic Mass Meeting. j A ma??s meeting of the Democratic party will l>c held at Salem on Monday, August IK, IHUO, (court ?lny), to appoint eleven delegate* to represent this County in the Congressional Convention which will Inheld at Roanoke City, on August 28, inst. This convention will nominate a candidate to represent thin Congressional (Oth) District in the 58th Congress, and 1 hope a full representation of the |?arty will be present at the meeting on the 18th Inst. Roanoke County is entitled to eleven delegate* and eleven alternates, and these are api*>rtioned to the districts ax follows : Catawba, one delegate and one alternate; Salem, Ave delegates and five alternates; Big Lick,three delegates and three alternate; Cave Spring, two delegates and two niternates. A reorganization of the jmrty will hemade at the name time. By o...

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