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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 January 1887

no. 19. salem, roanoke county, v y morning, january 14, 1887. talent gimes-jQegisier, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVEAY FRIDAY MORNING, ST AT IS PER ANHUM. J. T. CR4BTHEK. CHAft. O. DEMIT F. O. WIBBSR. CRABTBEE, DEBIT & WEBBER, ftklMMn nnd Proprietors, q hl i??s?? i_ . ,.? ? lUVKMriKINU HArKN. those ran. NlBiUttUtftD ultVr (Ujrt-wlU be Inserted u wo tmif ofTVoU per iqatre for tbe first la* .eriton.&ac' V)?mu for each additional Ins?rtlo?, raw tor a longer period. cards, < ?woo?h* I u? *pe<\iel , i|| ml itifper flsi Ptt el> sue6 4_ . i ?? jf < " ' ' Y .. 5,72 All Cnl? tnunt be oa metal foundation, when they will be tasefUd without eiirn Imrge. Xgnl W?ertlse>u? i?la to Insure Insertion In any <i issue, should reach thlsoffloe on or before Tuesday of that week. ?T O-trretpomSene*. containing mportanl n >ws.solicited from ell portion of the mete. .? m JOH WO II K. All kinds of lob Werk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 January 1887

Mxltttj gintes-gegistft. (Consolidated Aufust 10,1888.) FUIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1887. OHA8. D. DBN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. During the year 1886, as we teem from the Baltimore Manufacturers'' Record, there were 139,712 tons of pig Iron shipped from the south, Against 9i),or>8 shipped in 1886. Birmingham, Ala., has had considerable to do with the above result. Cluvkrius will be hanged to-day (Friday), unless the efforts being made should induce Gov. Lbs to respite him again, which is not very probable. The anarchists of Chicago are not ?bund guilty of meotiog In a peaceable manner to discus* grievances and suggest remedies but for their defiance of taw; their urging of men to arm and resist the police; and at one of their meetings advising the killing of the police, and then killing numbers of them. Surely a policeman has as good a right to attend a street meeting as has an anarchist 1 Between society and anarchy, there is a very wide gulf. The right of the peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 January 1887

{&imes-jP^tsttr. RIDA.Y, JANUARY It, 1887. at the Poetoflloe, In 8?l?ni, V* as Moond-oUn matter.) LAJLj AJPFAIK8 ta ?n4 Ar*an? m? Cmwts K?U?n *rl?ly T?M. A Wm4 (? Oar Patron. It hM become necessary thai we *liould call upon all pentons indebted to us for advertising Job printing or subscription, to tome forward and settle the same. We need what Is due us, tor editors and pabMeben>, like other people, cannot get aloof, pay their debts, Ac., on promises. If you can't pay your account in full, we will gladly receive a portion of It. We mn what we say?wc want what Is due in, and want It quick. This Is ft free country 1 sure, hut you curt got Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup free of charge, H costs you a quarter every time. FiNAi?jiAL~TlM Attention of our readers is directed to the atatement of the Ontneial condition of the Farmer's National Bank, which appears In another column to-day. ; Sm imfnflMl .?**** January number of thh magazine will be Issued from thla oflee in a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 January 1887

From Hichew to n Oil. Til K FAMOUS COAL OIL JOHNNY I.OUK fc.l > UP AS A THAMP. HURMNOTON. N. J., January 3.? Tho commitment to'the county jail as ii tramp this morning of John Mo Nulty, letter known as "Coat C>i 1 Johnny," umrks the last step lu one of the mo?t eventful carters of modern times. Twenty-five years ago, -luring * lit* period when the petroleum craze was at its height, John McNulty, by a sudden stroke of lurk, txen mo enormously rioh. For many years, while his money lasted, he lived liken prince, throwing away his wealth in tho most lavish fashion and spending thousands of dollars in single gifts to those whom ho fancitd. Ills name and actions were proverbial with tho newspapers of the day. Then a reverse of tickle fortune CMDv. His fall from the height of wealth and popularity whs as sudden and signal as had been his rise. He sppoaled in vain to those who hud been the former recipltenta of his bounty?all refused to aid him. From that time he gradu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 January 1887

VOL. 21. -? J? SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., *'RIDA1 MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1887. NO. 20. galein ginm-gegisfer, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CRADTREB. CHAS. D. UENIT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DENIT 4 WEBBER, Pnbltihrrii Proprinloni. luveiirisiNti katm. rr*?"l?n> Adf?rll*?niriiU-tlioM run* nlnflansthan sixty days?will be InKerUid at the rate of 75cta per a<|uare for the Oral lua>rtlon,aud V) will* for ?aoh additional in,ertlon. Special rate* for a longer period. Profmilwunl or other card*, occupying >ue square, or lea*, one year, 912.00; all months. 97.60; threo months $.>.00. Longer ?1 vertlsemeutanulijoctlo ?m>voIh' uoutraot. OI(lt?Arlc ? Man "Wtoaten of Rr?p?<-t. -r T' ryyr.'^SS.*:. .m. i > n ->?, a Y. . >?? abarKsJ ror at tho rat? of? oenu per lias lor all such eioew. All <;nt? must be on metal foundation, when t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 January 1887

g;ilrn( giints-geqistft. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARV 21,1887. CIIAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Q. < ? The United States Senate ha* passed tho Inter-States Commerce bill, ami it is expecte<l that it will receive like approvel at. the hands of the House. This action of Con Kress has not had the depressing effect on railroad shares tnat some of the railroad monopolists predicted. They were not half so badly scared by the bill as they let on. The rope with which CLUVBRIUS was hanged was made of varied colored silk, and is eaid to have cost $12. We heard a Salem man romark a day or two ago that it would have been more appropriate to have hung him with a rope made from the skin of ANNANIA8. Gen. W. B. Hazen, chief signal officer U. S. A., died at his home in Washington Sunday night, at 8 o'clock. The deceased took cold while attending a reception of the President given to the diplomatic corps, which ultimately resulted in his de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 January 1887

J?alem ?imes-$egisttr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1887. Kitored al tho PostolUoe, in Snlein, Vh as -toeoud-class matter.] LOCAL OernrronrrN In nimI Armmtl Siiit-m i?ud County Matter* Brleltjr Tol?l. A ll'ord to Our l*ulron?. It lut* beoomv netwsary lliat we should call u|H)ii all p?Tpoiii Indebted to us for advertising, job piloting or subscription, to coine forward and settle the same. We need what is due ih, for editors and publishers, like otiier people, cannot get along, pay their debts, Ac., on promises. If you can't pay your account in full, we will gladly receive a portion of it. We mean what we say?wc want what in due us, and want it quick. Hold on to the truth, for it will serve you well and do you good through eternity. Hold on to virtue, it is beyond pricq to you at all times and plifccs. Hold on to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, for there is nothing like it to cure a cough or cold. Concert.?The ladles of the MethIX nA church will hold a grand concert 'a the Towc Hall on the flrst Thur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 January 1887

A SEW YEAH HYMN. Grant ua. Lord, we humbly pray, The coming year to speod. The year which we begin thin day, In thee, our God, to end. Our wiil, our liearty, and minds renew. At time renews each year? May all we think, 6r say, or do, Be done w!th holy (ear. In mercy, Lord, we pray forgive The evils we have done; And may we to thy glory live. The year that's now begun. Through all the year that now is gone. The Lord prov'd always kind ; The love which God to us has shown ; Is more than we can mind. How many of oar fellow-awn, Last year were callM away, And we permitted to remain To see the preeent day. O may the year we now oommcnoe. Thus prove a year of graoe ; And If we should be called henoe, May we depart In peace. ?Paul Henkel. Be Vearteeu. BY 8. K. T. A okeat toany truly amiable per ?one appear to train themselves to he discourteous* repulsive, and disobliging toward those whom they chance to meet; other* seem ready, even when only half an opportunity! is presented, to aay a ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 January 1887

VOL. 21. _ NO. 21 SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, V A i i i AY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1887. fulfill ?imts-$tQister, (CONSOUMTEB.) IS PUBLIBHBD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. . J.T. CRABTRES. CHA8. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRAB1REE, BEHIT & WEBBER, Paklhlwn >ad Pr*yrl?l?rt. W_ LJJJJlU..LL! !_L JLJR?JUIBJW?? 40rBttri?IN? UATEN. rriMMlaat A4fi?rlUei?wt*?Uiom runsin* laaa tban ilxlr day*?Will be tnaerted in* rttoofficts per iqurfl for (be flnt In* lirttoa, tad 50 cents ft?r euh additional Insertion . Hpeolal rttM for a longer period. rr*f?wl?Ml or otber o?rd?, oMupjrini ?e iqcirt.tr t?M, ou? mr, #13.00; six tneuSUa, fT.it; 4bre*? months #5.00. Longer al r?rUMnwtt lubjett to JgMWial oon tenet. OkltnurtM eiMl frikatiw *?f Katpeei. vbeo they eumd ten Hon, will b? ebnrgwi oenta per line for *11 *aeh All &IM mont be on raeSkl foimtMUon, when they will be inserted without e.itra berg*. AdrorUumvoU to laanre inaertlon In any fi*?n laaae, should reach thlaoOKoe oc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 January 1887

?alrui jgiines-gfeQisty. (Consolidated Auguat 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUAR* 28, 1887. CBA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. The cell in which Cluverius was confined during his imprisonment in the Richmond jaii was opened on Wednesday for the first time since his execution. Nothing confirming his guilt in any way was found. Gen. Mahone voted against the Inter-Siate-Commerso bill. Senator Riddlebekoer did not vote. During the debate on the fisheries bill, which was passed by the Senate ' last Tuesday, some of the Senators became very Indignant at the way Canada had treated American vesstls, and expressed a desire for the Wood of the British. Mir. Inqaiajj thought the bill meant war, and be favortd It. lie deuounced England as a ruffian, a coward, and a bully^ among the nations of tho earth.? Slow, gentlemen, slow. The Legislature of Tennessee, on Tuesday last, elected ex Governor Bate United States Senator f?*om that State. Geo. M. Bajn, Jr., cashier of the late Exchange Nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 January 1887

guleiH &imes-?jegisUr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 1887. B.it*re J at tu? Poatollloe, la Salem, V* Mswond-oims matter.] LOOAL AFFAIBS ?Marrrate* In m? Around Hnicni ?n? VMatjr Nmicn Mrl*tly Tola. M For there was never yet a Phllosophcr, that could endure the toothache patiently." Perhaps not?but there's little wit hi enduring It at all. when one bottle of Salvation Oil will cure it. Large Sals op Bank Stock.? We learn that on Wednesday last Col. <3. B. Board, president of the Farmer* National Bank of Salem, fold *220 shares -of Bank stock at $120 per share. Capt. James C. Lnnghornc became the purchaser of one hundred shares of this stock, and the other one hundred and twenty share* were bought by Messrs. James Chalmers, D. B. Strouse and T. J. Snickel. This la quite a surprise, a* it whs not believed that any of this stock could be bought. _ Camden Iron Works.?This enterprise, of which Mr. John B. Camden la proprietor will, we are glad to state, liereafter be conducted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 January 1887

Thr N?drrn Man or [Dr. Iitn>rty-N edlloral In the Christian Advocate j Mr. llobert Beverly, of this State, pr^Nidi-nt of the Farmers' C jiigreHs of the United States u>ade an address before that body at Si. Paul, Minn , I In August. lie uttered a wsii over the hardships of his bucolic brethren, roro ov,u? Ul t,M? rauo i / their taskmasters?the protect^n.|tJr" MClUrer' U,u ,rHU,? ?"*uager ami the corporation senator "?con "bitSr ? I?h h U? L'fe ?f ,he Urtm'r bitter \ivith hard bondages." The men in tine linen and faring sumptuous y every day torn a deaf and distant ear to the Laistrus in lluseyheart^" al1 hardened his ??iir iowe,s mt?,t w,|h mercy toJhYk'i ?*** Wiudra8 ?f the noil, whoui i!lS?? g a?4. hauKhty Brain ins of fait"??ce and 00,0 " spurn with the foot as a stranger cur.r? We know t??ir?r8?rr?W8 ,and ""brings ; the trial of temper in stumpy fields - the viienesH of piantain; the wickedness ?f |hf deceit of cockle: the birth sin in wild onion. While the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 February 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., >AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1887. -kulfin gimes-Register, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J. T. CnAUTHEE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, 4UVeitrie(IWil ICAl'EN. rrna?l?nl iil**rlliiriu?uti-thote runiiln< let* titan sixty days?will be Inserted at the rate of 75cU per square for tlie Orut Insertion, ami V) cent* for nanli additional InB*rtlon. Hpeclal ratea for a longer period. Prefenluaal or other cards, occupyIng me square, or leaa, one year, 112.00; alx inontha, $7.50; three mont 1 15.00. Longei a lvertlaeinenta subject to f ^eclal contract. (Ibltaarle* nu?t I'rlbute* of K?u?p?et. ?nen t ney mwl ten llnca, will be chamcd for at the rate of 5 centa per line for all aucb MOMi. All Cnt< must be on metal foundation, when tboy will be Inserted without extra harice. Advertisements to Inaure Inaertlou In any <lv<in Iss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 February 1887

gnleiil f?imrs-?eQistej[. (Consolidated Augrust 15,1883.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1887. CHA8. B. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, ABsoclate. SALEM ENTERPRISE. No more substantial evidence of a genuine business determination could ! have been produced in any com muni ty thnn that displayed iu Salem j duriug tho last week in the matter of securing capital for now enterpris-1 oe aud monied assistance to one of our most important manufacturing industries. Wo can safely assure our citizens that tho contemplated move to a distant city will not take place and lurther, that more capital will be added to tho present interest, flfad as a consequence moro hands employed, and more money circulated. Nov, then, Inst?*? ??u xrd '??tj>ut__* ..?#?* nolo up rii \i head* and encourage the investment of capital in these enterprises, and business here will move forward to the mutual advantage of all. This is the right spirit; let us not wait for outuide capital to come in, but invest what tcc have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 February 1887

&ahm $imes'$egisltr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1887. Entered at the Postoflloe, in Salem, Vh aaaeoond-clftMM matter.] LOCAL AFFATPS OeenrrfMff* In and Aronnd Nnin and 4'onnty Mnllrra Briefly Told. this PAPEB A<tv<*rtt?lnjr IIutmuI l08|>ni<-?? bt.U wlwrt- m|mt| Mi < tuiUkcu luujr U> mmln fur 11 1H MkW YOUH.% A cold is unlike most, visitors : If yon 'want to get rid of It, you must give tt a -warm reception with Dr. Bull's Cough ?Syrup, the standard cough remedy of our ago. For sale by all druggists at twentyflve cents a bottle. Marrikd.?On the 2d instant, at the home of the bride's parent*, near Vinton, Mr. John P. Richardson to Mis* Einma C. Muse, daughter of Mr. John W. Muse, both of tills county. Law Card.?8peclal attention to -called to-day to the card of Capt. Geo. McH. Olsh, attorney-at-law, of Hoauoke city. Capt. Olsh Is well-known in this section, l? reliable, and all business enCrusted to him will receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 February 1887

1 Womlert nl Woman ! The AwkhIhIihI Press lelcuraiihc over the country Ilit* important fa< t that Mrs. Cleveland, the beautiful ami deserving wlh *,f the l'twidcut, "sltsquietly Hn<! demurely inchurch, a deeply-hitere?!ed listener." is that so i ? How remarkable! We had an idea that she stood on the seat and shook her umbrella at the minister, as she cried " louder" or dematided an encore. That she occasionally lay hack in the seat, with her head on her husband's lap, It tie has one, and kicked the pewdoor open and roared out her delight at the unction or speech when the minister lias just lauded a six-pound hiook trout of an idea,'aud paused to Imit his hook lor another throw. The idea that she is a lady and sits quietly in church is a stunner. The inference is that the other ladies there eat peanuts, drink out of the stoveurn and wash their lap-robes in the baptismal font during praiso, prayer and preaching. Hut for the important Information, which is probabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 February 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, 1EBRUARY 11. 1887. NO. 23. fulfill gillies- Register, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J.T.CHABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CR&BTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Publishers nn<l I'roprlrlor*. 4UVKKrHINU It t IDS. rr?a<l?a( Id*ert|iiciii?iut?-thoiir run. ?lng te-?? than sixty days?will be Inserted r*t the rale of 7ScU per square for the first Insertion, and V> cents for each additional lusnrtton. Special rates for a longer period. f rufpmlunal or other cardii, occupying , ?ne square, or less, one year, $124)0; nix months, 17.50; three montli* ?VOW. ljoni|?r advertisements subject to special contract. Obllimrlm nml frllnite* or Kewpect. ?vheu they exoeed teu linen, will he charged lor at the rate of 5 cent* per line lor all Much lIMMj All OuU must be on metal foundation. When they will be liiHerted without extra hurice. Advertisement* to Insure Ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 February 1887

<Tiiifts- liryister. (Consolidated August 15,1888.) j FltlDAY, FKUltUAHY II. 1887. | CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. The experience of ourcouuty people during the present winter with bad roads should convince them of the absolute necessity of taking prompt action in seeking to remedy that matter for the future. The writer met at the rosideuco of Mr. B. F. Moomaw, a few days ago, several thrifty farmeraof the county, among them Messrs. Wm. H.Cook, N. Siiavkr, Geo. Keaoy, Wm. Barnett, Mr. Trout, and others, and they were unanimously In favor of holding a mass-meeting of the people interested, to adopt resolutions requesting the Board of Supervisors ?o levy an additional tax of fivo cents nil the hundred dodars to be used ex* climively for keeping up the county roads. County treasurer Brand informs us that the amount thus raised would be sufficient to keep the roads in excellent repair, and is heartily in favor of the movement. Now, then, let's act in con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 February 1887

fulfill fgiines-gegisUr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1887. Entered at the Postotnue, in Salem, Va as second-class matter. ] LOCAL AFFAIRS OeeurrvneeN In nnd Around Nniein and County Mnttrr* Briefly Told. rtTTTTQ T> 1 T>*.il> tnnr bo found on fllr> M 0?v\ XH-IO X flX JCtXb j. How..11 AO.* N.-*Bi?i? r AilwrtMM Bun?u (10 Bpnuv Hi.). whi-r,. wlvmi tiling t oouUacl* uw U> umuo lor U IN NkW \UKU. As the doctor turned sadly away from the patient whom he found using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, he said : " It beats me every time." DESTRUCTIVE WORK OF FlKK from a Railroad Engine.?Last Tuesday sparks from tlie engine of a freight train on the Norfolk and Western road set tiro to the fence on the farm of Co!. C. W. Burwell a few miles below this place, and besides destroying about a mile of fence It swept clean a forty-acre Held of well-set clover and burned up about twenty tons of hay. Passing on the lire was communicated to the fence of Mr. James P....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 February 1887

In n IH'uliMl'M ( lialr. Pretty soon the (U'ulist stuck l?ihttul into the door and told uie it \vh> my turn. 1 asked him how he had disposed of the remains of my predecessor so easily. 11? guilled more sweetly than ever ami motioned in* into the operating chair. By its aide was a little silver-mounted spittoon.; fur use incase a vital orgau A*as puncturiMl. 1 told him 1 wanted toe tooth drawn out ftont view; cabinet si .ii;. lie replied, that If I didn't1 like toe proof I could sit over a* many times as 1 liked, lie had me there. I threw back my head and opened my mouth. The dentist involuntarily gras|>od the side of his chair and said he believed he wouldn t come In because bis feet were muddy. Then ho ran his arm into my face and began to feel around somewhere inside. I seized his arm, dragged it out ri i my person, and explained that my tooth was still in my mouth, P.at 1 had not swallowed it. lie said yes, he knew it. 1 suppose he had personally investigate...

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