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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 August 1890

MS. BOWSSB'S WRATH. Ee Has Bis Houie PainUd. One day 1 saw Mr. Bowser stop in front of the house and give it a careful looking over, ami when he came in 1 asked: " You are not thinking of making any repairs, are you ?" "Well, not exactly repairs, but I was just thinking that I could make et great improvement." " How ?" " The paint hasn't held its" color, find I think I shall have the house gone over again?just a light coat, you know." "Mr.Bowser,this house was painted only six months ago, At that time "we had half a dozen men around liere for nearly a month." " Yes; but the color has faded." " Didn't I warn you at the time that > hon id fade? And didn't everybody laugh at the idea of )<irr putting ptu green on a red brick house ?" "No,ma'am, they didn't! Every ^body complimented my taste. I've *lmd a dozen peopleof cultivation and taste tell me that it was perfect harmony artd that there was nothing in town to match it. But it's just like you. Whenever I desire...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 September 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5. 1890. NO. 16. Tke Times-Agister. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 VKAH, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 ifi>aid within three month*. CHAS. D. DEN IT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners iind Publisher*. Botel Lucerne, 8 A L E M, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located In the centre of the cltv, was opened under new management on th* Tth of MiRh last. nir 7-tl J. HARRY CHAPMAN ? ~~ytrifcter~r r ? '^** J^OGAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, NALEIII. VIROIWI*. ./fice?Dillard A Peisingcr's Building, College AvenueMr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Public, can found there. D. W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) NT All White Autikts. Bum vivimus vivamus. feb~'90-ly *S steam_PlaniiiE Mills! N. HOCKMAN, CIIITECT ? AND t HUII.UKK. Also Manufacturer of? WINDOW SASH, DOORS, HLINDS, MANTEIjS, BRACKETS uldings, Balusters, Window and I)oor Frames, Hand-railin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 September 1890

(TiiiiesFRIDAY. SKPTEMBKR5, 1890. OH AS. D. DKNIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. A rBN riCTUES OF 3ALBM. PAST, P11K&K31T, AM) KUTUIIK. Ou ;i bright and beautiful morning a day or two since, tempted bv the balmy air and the glories of the rising nun. we arose and indulged in a lengthy stroll. In the course of our peregrinations we found ourselves on tlu* bridge that crosses the ravine on College avenue at Burwell street. The scene that met our view was a most entrancing one. The sun was just at that point in its diurnal rounds as to cast its mellowing influence iqioiithosc who were abroad and render the majestic hills and valleys of the Development coin|Kuiy'H lands on the South side of the river ablaze with gorgeous hues, while ou this side the Roanoke, where the Improvement company is loeated, there was a subdued and mellow influence produced by it, that was like an inspiration from the better land. As we took in all the surround-* :.\gs of nature and those in cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 September 1890

??alein jgimes-Register. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1S1M). Eutercd at the Pastotfice, in Salem, Va., as second-class mutter. LOO-AX AFFAIKS Sudden Death of a Prominent Citizen. Jnst as we go to press (Thursday, 1 P. M.) the news reaches us of the sudden death at his home, on Broad street, of Mr. A. M. Shipman, one of our most prominent citizens, ami a member of the City Conncil, which occurred at about 12:I"?P. M. Mr. Shipman was taken suddenly ill last night with pains in the stomach, and his useful life was thus quickly ended. He was manager of lumghorue's mills, and a gentleman highly esteemed by the whole coin m unity. Lost.?On Monday, Sop. 1st, 181K), on the street in Salem, Va., somewhere between West Bridge and the residence of C. Frank Reed, Esq., a small silver watch. The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning it to the Methodist parsonage. It J. 8. Hptciiissojc. Finish it Up. Now that the Salem Improvement company has about finished the work of Macadamizing College avenue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 September 1890

Shoop Husbandry. It is not difllcult to Belwt 100 e'ves that will yield 1,000 ikjuiuIk of wool worth 25 cents a |><>?mcl, ami miw 100 lambs worth $2.50 each, making an Income of $500, says n correspondent of the New York Tribune. Among all lloekiuastcrs known to me most are doing better than thin. The wool can l>c taken to market in one wagon load. To market any of the grains to the amount of $250 a team wouhl have to go at least live times, and haul each time over twice the weight; and to market the same value of i>otatoos would require 15 journey*. The lambs may be driven to market. There is a groat saving in crops that can travel to market themselves. No crop of grain of equal value could be trans|M>rted To market within 500 per cent, of the cost. In winter sheep are to have comfortable quarters, and be fed twice a day. At parturition they need closer attention, ami when at pasture they should be seen once, and all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. F AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. The T*um?es-Register, IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if i>aid within three months. CHAS. D. DKN1T & F. G. WEBBER, Owner* and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, sal K M, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located In the centre of the city, was opened under new management on the Vth of March last. mr 7-tf J- HARR^ CHA1 MAN. W. LOOAN. 1 J- A< FHAHCI8. OtfAN & FRANCIS, eat Estate Dealers, NALEM. V1RGIMIA.mcv?Dillanl A. Pcrsingcr's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John I,. Harnett, a Notary Public.can found there. W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) An. Wiiitk Aktiktf. Dtun vivimus vivamus. feb7'00-ly ? Steal Planing Mills! N. HOCKMAN. CHIT EOT ? AND i UlTll.UKlt. Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS nldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

gt,Ji iff (?im FRIDAY, SKI'TKMHKR 12, 1WM). OH AH. D. DENIT. Kdttor. Kit^NK G. WRBBEK, <\f??oetHt??. CSMOi'BATIC TIOKBT. r??R (XIM1IEK8 HIXTII IHKTKKT, HON. PAUL C. KDMUNDS. of Halifax. 0US INDUSTBI1S. The great need in Virginia to-day is diversified industries and an increase in the number of small industrial plants. Tliat very excellent i?a|H?r, the Pulaski News, well says : " Our people, not of Pulaski alone, have expected the Northern ami Eastern manufacturers to follow in the wakeofour cheaj>Iv otfered materials, but it is seen that they uon't come to any extent, and our multiplying furnaces keep shipping their product to distant joints for the wealth-producingl?art of its mission?the making of articles needed right amonpt us. Land com|>auies seud agents to tVio V.ant to oflTer inducements for the moving of factories, and the news of a factory burning is enough to get the sufferer in communication with twenty Southern town* an v of which will gu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

(?imrs- iicijister FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. Entered at the Postofiice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. Democratic Bousoment. A letter received front lion. Paul C. Kdmunds, ?>ur candidate for Congress, announces (hat he will he in Salem, next Monday (court day) and address the {icople on the issue of the day. Let there Ik* a full turnout of people to greet and listen to " Farmer" Edmond*, and other speakers that we arc assured will l>e present, and have an oldfashioned Democratic rouscment. Is it not time that the Democratic jmrty of Roanoke were being properly organized for the campaign? Wethlnkso. Next Monday, upon the occasion of the presence of our candidate for Congress, there will be perha|? a larger crowd than usual in attendance, that will afford an excellent opportunity for the purpose. Precinct committees and county canvassers ought to be appointed without delay, and if it be necessary for the reorganization ofthe county committee, by reason o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

Human Nature. I hero's a good story thev tell alKuit a fri?-nd of mine." remarked one of a coterie of gentlemen the other day. It lia|i|1 while Sam Jones was holding revivals down at Farwell Hull, ami it's just leaked out. My friend's wife became greatly interested in the meetings, and one night when he yrot home he found a cold KuniH?r laid for himself, and on the table was this note : Dear John,?The children are 0\er at Mr. Hrown's. I've intiie to hear Saiu Jones.* " Well, tins wasn't very pleasant, hut lie ate the eold viands and said nothing. The next night he found the house dark as a |K>cket, and very little in the way of edihles?everything stone eold. He was naturallv exasperated, and used a little strong language to himself, hut still said nothing to his wife. " Human nature is only human nature, hoys, you know, and when the third night a dark, chcerless house and no supper at all greeted my friend, it was more than he could i endure. Hut the climax was capi&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

THE TIMES - RECISTER-Supplement. VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. NO. 17. APPLIED ASTRONOMY Hi- took nie out to see the stars, That astronomic bore; He ?'aid there were two moons near Mars While Jupiter had four. I thought, of course, he'd whisper soon What fourfold bliss 'twould be To stroll beneath that fourfold moon. On Jupiter with me. And when he spoke of saturn's ring. I was convinced he'd say That was the very kind of thing To offer roe some day. lhit in a tangent off we went To double stars. Now that Was most suggestive, so content And quite absorbed 1 sat. Hut 110: he talked a dreamy mess. Of which the only fraction That caught my fancy, I confess, Was *' mutual attraction." I said I thought it very queer j And stupid altogether, ? SfiUt For stars to keep so very near. And yet not come together. At that he smiled, and turned his head 1 thought he'd caught the notion, He merely l>owed g<?od night and said Their safety lay in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 September 1890

WOMAN'S WILES. How the Modern Adventuress Exists and Prospers. An adventuress. W hut a world of meanitig those two words convey to the mind of a man who hat? "gone through the mill; "who has succumbed to the magic of bright eyes or the seduction of a plausible tongue; who has parted with money and oftiines with reputation at a woman's behest and learned too late that the objcct of his regard, idolatry or charity had but one aim?to strip her benefactor or adorer of his wealth and leave him swindled and without redress. And what a variety of female lascals the Nineteenth century civilization has produced! There, for example, is the woman who rents a boarding-house furnished in elegant style, secures a number of wealthy patrons, weaves a romance of sudden distress, collects pay for meals and lodging in advance, borrows various eums to " make up a certain amount./' a?;d then vanishes leaving a hardhearted landlord and the irate tenants to settle the affair among themselves. There also i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

IDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1890. Tke ' Tvm,es-F^eg"lsier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.00 YKAK, Strictly Casli in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN1T & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 5otel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the city, was opened under new management on tl * 7th of March Inst. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. W. looak. 1 I. A. FHASCI8. r OOAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, NALEN, VIKUINIA. ./kick?Dillard & Persinger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public,can found there. jy ' W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Luccrne.) t-jf" All Whitk Aktibtv. Hum vivimus vivamus. feb7'00-ly ?alein Steaijlaning Mills! N. HOCKMAN, <"II ITEC'T t AND t OIIILDEH, Also Manufacturer ofWTNDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS uldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

gxlrnt ghifts-l(enistifl FRIDAY, S K1*T KM HER 1U. 1890. OHAB. D. DENIT, Editor. ?*K\NK O. WEBBER, A.3HOCtal? DEMOfRATIO TI0K3T. poll CONCHES* SIXTH DISTRICT, HON. PAUL C. EDMUNDS. of Halifax. VIBQINIAA l'KX PICTUIIK. With what evident pride the face of every Virginian brightens when the gigantic strides now being made by the old Mother State toward commercial supremacy are mentioned: From her the mother of Presidents and of States, has emanated one of the grandest tyi>es of the Anglo-Sax-on race, until in describing any or all those qualities that go to make up the ideal man. the phrase, 44 Virginia Wentlemaii," has passed into a proverb. With ruin and devastation as the only legacies of tin* late war; with everything movable, and wo might say immovable destroyed, for was not the very earth itself so torn up with rifle pits and fort iflcations as to be practically valueless??her labor system destroyed, and the strong arm of both master and son, who might have taken its p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

&alem jgiiius-Register. FRIDAX SEPTEMBER 19, 1890. Entered at the Po?tofllue, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Our Advertisers. See notice of a partner wanted in the creamery business to he found elsewhere. A young man in Washington city wants to make Salem his home. Read his card in another column. Head the notice ?>f Griffin A Watts, attorneys for the Norfolk and Western railroad, in regard to the right of way for the branch line to the Bott mineral property. Mr. F. Johnson, as Master Commissioner to settle up the estate of Wm. M. l*tz, deceased, has a notice in this issue to which we direct attention. , Messrs. Frier, Fink A. Denit have a long list of property, advertised for sale and for rent in to-day's i?a|>er. They offer some splendid bargains. Read the list. The attention of parents and others needing school supplies, is called to the advertisement of Oakey & Co., who are well equipped in this line. The sale of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

victory won in Maine "by Wholesale Buying of Votes. NO SIUMKICANCK IX T1IK KKSl'l.T. Washington, September 10.?It is human nat?i?*?? to jump at conclusion*. Those who are working tlwiuselvw into such a condition of cotacv ovor the increased majority for Speaker Reed arc simply jumping at conclu sions. There is no si^nilinmro what ever in the result of the recent election in tin* tirst congressional district of Maine. This district. as shown by | the confessions of venal voters, is one j of. if not the most corrupt in the whole Union. Kver since Mr. Kce?l begun to run for Congress the wholesale purchase of votes has been open ami notorious, lie is an especial pet of the tariff mono|H>lists, ami their cor ruption fund has alwavs been o|?en for liis benefit. These rflchers of the substance of the people could not have afforded the defeat of Mr. Keed on Monday last had it cost tlieiu one or even two hundred thousand dollars. They would have put up the money to buy bodily thec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

THE TIMES-REGISTER-Supplement. VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1890. NO. 18. THB AOBD WATPABBB3. A few weeks ago there died, at the age of eighty-three, a man who for three years before liin death had read the following verses to his aged wife every evening before retiring : ? The way is long, my darling. The road is rough and steep. And fast across the evening sky 1 see the shadows sweep ; Hut oh, my love, my darling, No ill to us can come, No terror turn us from the path. For we are going home. Your feet are tired, my darling? So tired the tender feet! Hut think when we nre there at last, How sweet the rest! how sweet! Korio! the lam]* are lighted, And yonder gleaming dotue, Hefore us shining like a star. Shall guide our footsteps home. We've lost the flowers we gut hens I So early in the mom ! And on we go with empty hands. And garments soiled and worn. Hut oh ! the great All Father Will out to meet us come, And fairer 'lowers and whiter robes There wait f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 September 1890

THE ARTIST'S PICTURE. It was a small cottage of the poorer sort, but had un air of neatness that made it attract the attention of passers-by, though there were few who went that way who did not know the cottage and its inmates; for 8trangers, or the jn-ople from the great city a few miles off, did not often pass along the out-of-the-way road that lay before the little house. At long intervals strangers would juiss that way, and 011 one warm afternoon.a man from the city stop]>ed before the cottage. Its mistress a as busy among her tlowers near the door. As he looked upon the wellkept yard, and saw the shining milkpans airing beyond the house, and noticed the tidy and pretty form of the mistress, he wondered if she would not make a good w ife. "May I have a drink of water?" he asked. 44 Certainly," she answered, and, ttiming, displayed a pair of bright eyes and two red cheeks that made the man again wonder if she would not make a good wife. The water was brought, and, afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 September 1890

'RIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 26. 1890. Tke Tvrn,eo-I^egxsier. IS PUHL1SHEI) EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAH, Strictly Cash in Advance (or |2 if paid within three months. CHA8. 1>. DENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, SALEM, VIK(iINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located In the centre of the city, was opened under new management on the 7th of March last. mr7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. < \v. mkhv 1 I. A?ffANCls. Real Estate Dealers, HALEH. VIRGINIA. .fries?Dillard A Perslnger's Building. College Avenue. Mr. John L. Itarnett, a Notary Public,can found there. ~W. MCALLISTER, Toii8orial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) l-Sf* All Whitx Artistf. l)um vivimus vivamus. fel?7'90-ly * sua Plaint ills! N. HOCKMAN. CHITECT t AND : BUILDER. Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS nldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railing, Flooring, Newel Posts, Ceiling, Laths, Ac., Ac. I am prepared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 September 1890

J! i'; ti> <Tinies-gjlegistft FIII I)A Y, S H1 *T HM Ii KR 2?, 1 SiK>. OHAS. D. DKNIT, Editor. PRANK Q. WKBBER, Associate DBMOt'EATIC TIOSBT. KOK COKOHKS8 HIXTII I?18TBl<T, HON. PAUL C. EDMUNDS, of Halifax. ANNIVERSARY EDITION. As the 2d of October is the firnt anniversary of the organization of the Salem Imporveuient Company which set in motion the wonderful ilavelitpuieiit of our towu^thaTivitsReoistkr will celebrate that event by issuing next week a special edition of eight pages. We mean to make this a great industrial issue, giving all the statistics possible bearing upon the growth of Salem within the hist twelve months, and much other interesting matter about the establishment of our industries and the development of our resources. In order to make this exhibit as full and accurate as possible, we invite the co-operation of all who are interested in the progress of Salem. THE EXTENSION OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. SALKM AS A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 September 1890

?alem ^imes-Register. PRIDAX SEPTEMBER 26, 1890. Entered at the Postofllce, in Salem, Va. as sccond-cla-is matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS OUR SPECIAL EDITION. As the Dummy Line could not be completed to Salon* l?y October 2nd ami as there are other reasons why the celebration of the anniversary of the organization of the Salem Improvement OomiHUiy could not take the shai** of a public demonstration, we have decided to celebrate that important event in the history of Salem by issuing a special edition of the Timkk-Kwsihtkk. R will be an eight-page paper, full of matter .netting forth the growth of our city and it# bright prospect* for yet greater things in the near future. We expcct the liberal co-operation hitherto extended to us in our endeavors to serve the community, and desire (b say that orders for extra j>apers should be handed in by Sat unlav noon. Please be prompt, as we mean to put much extra matter on this issue, and wo must know how many copies are wanted l>e...

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