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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

PEN, SCISS0B3 AND FASTS. Col. John M. Dickenson died at his home in Graysou county, Thunday, He reprinted his county and dis triet for forty yean in the House of DelegatM and Senate, was clerk of the county for fourteen yearn, and sheriff seven years. The Democrat io Congressional convention of the Ninth district will be held in l'ulaski, August 13. Hon. John A. Buchanan will doubtless be nominated. The pro|>osit ion to erect a $150,<XH) hotel in this city is again lieing agitated and it was said yesterday that $85,000 of the required sum is ill sight. ?Lynchburg News. Roanoke has developed an author ?whose forthcoming book, to be issued from the Hell Printing Company, promises to tell a tale of pure love in pleasant words. A novel that don't revel in brazen shame ought to be enough of a novelty to sell.?Pulaski News. From tjhc returns in. Botetourt c >unty claims 10,000 inhabitants. In 1S8!? it' had 14,8081 Bedford city lias voted $50,000 subscripti...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1S90. NO. 12. How They Shake. Attorneys shako for money, Collector* shake ami dun ; With K>r'!* its merely honey, But no one shakes for fun. Your sisters gra% you 'round the neck In a sort of rough ami tumble Thf while they calm pn>ceed to wreck You, an?l you newt grumble. The preacher takes your tiny fist In both his brawny paws. And yanks it square off at the wrist Without apparent cause. The politician shakes with all Till ready for his coffin ; The poet don't shake hands at all. But he Ket* there?well?real often. coalsTof Tire. BY GUINEVERE. ? My darling, do you think I coultl ever forget, you ?' It was the old, old plea; but surely nothing hut honesty t>eamed in the eyes that rested so fondly on the young girl's face, and surely Lilian Dower was lovely enough to dwell forever in the remembrance of him who loved her. Who that was once touched by that sweet yet piquant face, those innocent blue eyes, thos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 August 1890

Hordes of Russian Jows Coining. MOfcT OK THE CZAR*8 HAN'lbllE!) MILLION WILL M A K E 1ST It AIU1IT FUlt NEW YORK. The edict of practical banishment which the (. zar has pronounced against the Jews in Russia will have an important effect in this country and eHjK*ciailv right here in New York. Prominent New York Hebrews say that a great majority of the Imnishcd million will make their way as soon as possible to America, which is the only land to which they turn with favor. There follows, of course, a train of iiu|H>rtant problem*. Many of the immigrants will of necessity be almost without means. There wil! lirst arise the question of their admissibility tinder the law excluding ail I persons liable to l>cconic a public charge. {Superintendent Weaver of the Immigration Bureau says lie anticipates a repetition in some worse form of the rush of Russian immigrants to this country in 1882. lie believes that CO per cent. of them will come to America. I be law for the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1890. NO. 13. The Tlmcc-F^cgiciicr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT HI.50 VKA It, Strictly Cash in A<lvance(orf3 if paid within three monthH. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 5otel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duvul Hou.se.) Thin House, locatcd in the centre of the city, was ojn-ikvI under new management oil the 7th of March last. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN W. LOU AN. 1 3. A. TRANCI*. r OGAN & FRANOJB, Real Estate Dealers, N4LEM, VIRGINIA. .mem?Dillflrd &, Persinger's Building, Colleg* Avenue. Mr. John L. BameU, a Notary Public,can found there. b. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) tiT All Whitk Artists. Dum Tivimus vivamus. feb7'90-ly Salem steam Mm Mills! N. HOC KM AN. 4B?niTBGT ? ANI? i BIHLDRR, Also Manufacturer of? WINDOW SASH, IKK)Its, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS ouldings. Balusters, Window ami Door Fra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

^aleiif fgiiqes-^egistft-FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1H90. OH AS. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate /'N , Tna alliancb and thb ssmocbaot. The TIMKS-KKOI8TKK has always been in HyuiiNithy with the farmed, and while we do not blaiue them for organizing und for Necking to reform that iniquitous system which has for so long a time oppressed the agricultural class, it is but too apparent that in many instances the alliance people are suffering themselves to be led by Uenufgogues und political free iHwdcrs who have their own selfish ends to serve and whose reckless course or procedure is certain, if per nisted in. to bring the farmers move ment into disrepute. The farmers do not need a campaign of wrangle and turmoil to compass their legitimate ends. They do need level-headed, conservative leaders who will outline the sensible, business like policy and pursue it (irmly to a successful issue. The farmers are a power in the land, and if they will but move firmly ami judiciously, I hey wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

gal em fames-$ twister. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. Entered at tho Poatoffice, in Salem, Va., an seconel-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS A Liberal Policy Neede* A city to grow rapidly must have good strwts and ge*td sewerage. It must not be content with these in the thicklv built w?> tlons only. Iu order to have a rapid increase in population a city must naturally spread out, and in order for it to spread the outlying sections must be graded, paved and drained. While there must be street extensions, the*e street improvement* must Ik* pushed b eadily and systematically, and in our young city the older (tortious of the place should not be neglected. There is peril apt* as great need of these Improvements in some (tortious, at least of thut (tart of the town that has been settled for many years as in that more recently added. An enlightened and liberal policy is greatly needed in dealing with this subject. Boanoke College. BRIGHT PkOSPKCTH FOR NKXT HUSSION. We arc glad to learn tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

An Impartial Opinion. "The Lynchburg News devotes u half coliiniii editorial to defense of itself against a charge that it has not 'evinced )>ro|>er interest in the welfare of Bedford t'ity.' It pn?nounces this charge Ma unjust and gratuitous, and declares that since thcOth of April it has published in the interest of Bedford City at least ten and two-thirds columns of matter, for which it paid its correspondent to write, but for which it never received _a farthing in return. Our esteemed contemporary will jwirdon us for saying that this is an extraordinary confession for a business man to make in the nature of a defease. The proprietor had a right, of course, out of the goodness of his heart, or the abundance of bis resources, to give lledford < *ity ten and two-thirds columns of advertising, and to j?ay somebody to prepare the matter. But, from a business i>oint of view be was under no obligation, whatever to do so. A land or real estate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

TIMES-K VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRID MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1S90. NO. 13. ? LOST LOVa. What a jtoor silly fool am I To'watch your face ami try to read it; To Heart h in vain for old regard, Or look for lovr?Ikimiiw I need it! To grieve because your ryes no more Seems tilled with wishes duar and tender. Or that your hand seeks mine no more, Inviting it to quiek surrender. And yet, although the |?M in |<a*t. And I niuxt wake at oure from dreaming, I will not, no, 1 cannot think That all your love wa? only Deeming; I will believe, by some strange six.ll, Some subtle art of necromaney, Just for a little time 1 held. As all my own, your heart and faney. I must believe it, for the thought Is all that comes to me with healing. Now that the passing time, alas) Has proved so bitter in its dealiug. Say that I may believe it, dear. And way, too, that I am forgiven If I stil! cling to and recall Those few faint glimpses into heaven. For 1 will make no out wan 5 sign ; Like yon, 1 will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 August 1890

r ? ?? . ? ???" ? I' I ... , I Opening the Boon to Heaves. What a beautiful thought is the One that mail is not always to bctiwl to hi? ever-perishing prison-house, l iul thus fall s1i??rt of his destination, j All there is of man is his thought I ttnd the educatiou with which he flothes himself and builds far and "v ide about hi in as a man goes into I the woods, whacks away for years "with his axe, and at last point# with pride to what he hi*s cleared and the home he lias made. Then his spirit, or the man himself, passes out from the IkhIv and on to its eternal camping ground, often, alas ! too often, to look back and set' that his life was wasted! That it was devoted onV i Mating to the number of acres clea. ?>J, all of which will begin to grow to weeds and tangle, and then to trees, soon as the labor of reprisal ceases. Another man devotes his lift* to actual growth of the man. lie reads, listens, thinks and spreads out farther and farther, like one weaving cloth 1ill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

Tke Tirrtec- F^cg-ictcr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT *1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or *2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN1T & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 5otel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINI A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the cent re of the city was onened under new management on the ?tli of March last. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. W. UMiAfi. yffl ?- ffc J- A- "*ANCJ8. OOAN & PKAnSs,^ L Real Estate Dealers, MALKM. VIRGINIA. ./kick?Dillard A Peniingcr's Building, College Avenue. Wr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Puhlic, can found there. d. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lueernc.) All Whitk Ahtikth. Dum vivimus vivaiuus. feb7'90-ly Salem Steam Planing Mills! N. HOCKMAN, AltClllTECT t AND t BUII.DKK, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, IH>OHS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Hiding*. Hal asters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Ports, Ceiling, l-aths, Ac., Ac. I am prep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

I'KIDiW. AUGUST 22, lN'jO. OHA8. D. DBNIT. Editor. FRANK O. WBBBER, Associate. B1LIBP FOB THS FABiiBR. When the farmers discovered that their present depressed condition was n a large measure, due to discriminates legislation against their interest it was l,?t natural that they should clamor for tiie adjustment of these inequalities by discriminating loiriKlation in their favor. Hut the "sober second thought" must convince the more intelligent of them that then- is no relief in that direct ion-they must nee that no matter how taxation, national and State may he impose,!, ? ,1 1 Missed on from shoulder to shoulder, from middleman to middle ?nan, until it finally, like water reaches the dead level-the farmer or In other words, iu the last analysis, all taxation is paid by the laud or the owners of the soil. How then is the farmer to be permanent! v helped by governmental Inanities or loans ? The more liberal the bounties the cheaper the loan, the more taxation,* required and the great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

lutein (gimes-gteyister. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1S90. Filtered at the Poutotticc, in Suletn, Vu., lis Moond-i'lasi matter. X.OOAJL. AFFAIP.8 Our Ailvfrtl?*rii, (Vimmis?ioni<r K. Johnston has a notice it? today's paper which may Ik-of Interest to you. Read it. Another real estate firm has entered the ring under the name of Bowcre, BurkA <'o. See their can! elsewhere. Capt. It. B. Moorman, will iiavo a public sale on Saturday, August 30tli, for jvirticulurs read his advertisement. Mr. John John, as administrator for Mrs. I>aniel Brill hart, deceased, will sell all of her jtersonal property, at public auction, 011 Friday, September ltHli. Rememlier the date and attend the sale. Read the advertisement of the Salem Wagon Company, of which Messrs, L.^on & Bros. and J. W. Hanreycutter & 8on are proprietors, tlivc them a trial. I/O .?Between Salem and Mason's creek, a ldack silk cape, trimmed with deep black lace. Liberal reward by return...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

In Letter* Of Fire. The Pocahontas Headlight gives prominence to the appended extract from the Philadelphia Press, an Administration orpin whose editor was appointed to the Russian mission by Harrison, and expresses the hope that it will be engraved in letters of fire on the memory of every Southern reader. The extract was sent to the Headlight from another State by a prominent Virginia Republican who, in or tilled and outraged at its animus, will probably never vote with his party again. The sentiment it embodies is so utterly malignant and revolting that we would be glad to doubt its genuiness if there were any ground to do so. But it coinw straight, and is as follows : " It is all very well to rejoice in the growth and prosperity of the new Northwest, for their sound views upon the tariff generally prevail, and their progress never interferes with ! ourselves; but the advance of tlu? South is to a great extent at our expense. Her cotton mills will compete with those of New Knglan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

TIMES - --Supplement. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNl^U, AUQJJST 22, 1S90. NO. 14 Sweet Sixteen. 1 uin taller Tar than lb**.*, Though she's stouter, I confer. And my shoe tops im*et my <ln-M>i, A?mI my hiiir Hooches far below my waist, Which is just a little laced. And many who have taste Call me fair. With the hoys I musn't play. Mamma told nie so to-duy : .My dolls are given away Every one: I'm too old to run ahout. Play at tag, or laugh and about, I must learn to live without Any fun. If with (Vmsin Tom I walk Mamma s*es me, like a hawk, And you ought to hear her talk ! Kuch u tongue! " You a school girl Hirllng, fv !" Then 1 wish that I might die, Since for any pleasure I Am too young. I'm too old to play with toys, I'm too young for woman's joyo, I'm too old to Unlit the t>oys ; " And the men I'm forbidden to regard, I<e*s I sister Hess retard, And I find it rathor bard Now and then. T C) P S Y. "He thufcg more of Topsy than toe does of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1890

Tomato Catsup. IT IS SO <;OOI) THAT VNC1LAMD KK(>1NB TO MKK IT. I he largo canning establishments in this city, says the Cineinnatti I inies-Star, make extensive pre|?arations to receive the quantities of tomatoes which finally HihhI the markets in tins. 44 Ik the tomato crop all right this season i asked a rejtorter of a busy packer, who was giving orders for the cleaning of big copper kettles, storing of < ans, the making of boxes, etc. " ^u; the tomatoes will not l>e so plentiful as they were .last year. In two weeks, though, when the rush commences we can tell better. Owing to the long drought the crop promises to fall Wlow the average. I ln? rain came just in the nick of time to save something of a crop, ?ami is worth many thousands of dollnrs to raisers. To our tirtn alone it is worth in hard cash 110 less than $10,000. The farmers are greatly elated over the lucky turn in the wheel of fortune/' Where we the tomatoes grown principall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

NO. 15. TKc Tirrues-(Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 TKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $ 2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DENIT & F. Ci. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. ?otel Lucerne, S A L E M, V IRUINI A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in tlio centre of the city, won opened uiulvr new management on the 7th of March las:. mr 7-tf J. IIAURY CHAPMAN. W. UMiAN. | j. a. nuuiCM. rOOAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, NALEM, VIKOIN1A. .rncK?nil lard A Persinger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public,can found there. b. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) MT" Am. Wiiitk Artists. Dum vivimus viva num. f?b7"J0-ly ?ai6Bi Steam Planing Mills! N.JIOCKM AN. CIIITEOT t AND x ItCIUlKK, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS, RLINDS, MANTELS, RRACKETS uldings, Ralustcrs, Window and Door frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Posts, Ceiling, Laths, Ac., Ac. J am prepared at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

?alent giuirs-jgeflislft* FRIDAY, AUGUST 2?, 1H1K). OH AS. D. DENIT, Editor. iTBANK U. WEBBER, Associate THE WONDKU OF VIRGINIA. " LOTT" SHOUTS 14 EUREKA," After Invoetlgatiag Its Merits. [We t:ike pleasure in publishing the following extracts of a letter occupying a full page in the American Wool, Cotton, and Financial Reporter, of Aug. 21. It was written by Mr. Edson S. Lott, a staff correspondent of this widely circulated Journal, which is issued from Huston, New York, and Philadelphia. As Mr. Ix>tt has luade a study of the growing towns of Virginia, it is gratifying to us to knowthat he likes Salem best of all. The parts of the article omitted contain an enumeration of our industries present and prospective, with other matter with which our readers are familiar? Ed. Timkh-Rkoistkk. ] Eureka! Yes, I have found it. I have found a town "mid the mountainguarded, river-divided valley of Roanoke, a valley more fert ile, more beautiful and more healthful than your much extol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

Jjt?lein ?imcn-!,}c,\isler. FK1DAY, AUGUST 29, 181)0. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va., as second-class matter. LOCAL. AFFAIP8 Our AdvfrtlsfM. Bee legal notice oft'. G. Niniuger vs. John H. and Martha F. France. J. A. Fink, desires to rent his carriage and blacksmith shop on Alabama street. * McClanahan A To., i* the style of a new real estate tlrin, comjHjsed of Win. MeClanahan, F. O. Barnes, and O. C. Peters. They ore worthy gentlemen and industrious business men. See their card elsewhere and remember them. ('has. It. Towson, president and manager of the Monteiro Land Company, advertises for estimates for cutting and grading streets. \V. 8. Oakey A Sou advertise a lino of guaranteed i>aints and at less than usual cost. Camillas Christian, executor of the late JohnT. Davis, will sell on the farm of the lutter on the 2d and 3d of September, some valuable stock and lumber. See notice. Deputy Internal Revenue Collector White has a notice of importance in this number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

English and American. DIKKKKKXCK IN TUK NAM KB APPL1RD TO TUK SAMK ARTICLK. A donkey in England is called a woke; in America a moke is a negro. That which is known to Americans us a pitcher is called a jug in England. The American locomotive becomes engine and the conductor is a guard in F.ngland. What Americans call sick the Englishman calls ill; sickness in Engand implies nausea and vomiting. That which Americans call a howl is known as a basin in England. In England you ask for a basin of bread and milk. American wheat is called corn and American corn is called maize, or sometimes Indian corn. 1'igs' feet are called trotters. The American druggist is called a chemist in England, many of the older practicioners retaining the old spelling?" cliymist." What is known as a hash iu England Americans call a stew, and what Americans call a hash is known as a mince in England. The material known to Americans as Canton flannel is in England called swan's down, and American muslin is known ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

TIMES - RECISTEE.~Supplem.ont. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1S90. NO. 15. WHAT IS A GENT I-EM AN? What is a gentleman ? Is it not one Knowing instinctively what heshouldshuu SjH-aking no word that could injure or pain. Spreading no scandal.and declining no stain One who knows how to put each at his ease, Striving, successfully always, to please; One who can it'll by a glance at your cheek When to be silent and when he should s|M>ak'.' What is a gentleman ? Is it not one Honestly eatlnjc the bread he 1uik won ; Walking in uprightness, fearing hit* Mod, Leaving no stain on the path he has trod. Caring not whether his coat may be old. Prizing sincerity far above gold, Recking not whether his hand may he hard, Stretching it up boldly to gnisp its reward? Wh?. is a gentleman ? flay, is it birth Makes a man noble or adds to his worth ? Is there a family tree to be had Shady enough to conceal what is had? Seek out the man who has God for his guide, Nothing to trem...

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