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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 September 1890

Why lie Was Leaving the Town. AN I'MiKIU'AKKIt KX1M.A1NS HOW 1' NUK ATKKl' 1? SOMK IMCOIU.K CAN UK. 44 1 remember," said the colonel, wli?>n tlip |Nirty tlio end of a g?w?d dinner, ami the waiters stood behind the chair* with lighted match es, " I remember an incident which stamped upoii my mind the fact that when a man has an eye for business he has eyes for nothingelse." The colonel tells a story well, and paused here, waiting for the cigars to lie lighted and for the inspiring fra grance of the Havana*. " I mIh* 11 not tell you how long ?g? it was. for I am getting too old to s|M'ak lightly of decade*. But when I first set foot-?and it was a tender foot, let me say?in lingo, Colo., I at oiiee conceived a great respect for a man named liiggin*. I eon Id not help feeling a reverence for Higgins. lliggins was an undertaker, lie was the only undertaker within a hundred miles, and he was getting rich. Never a dav passed but my friend Hlggi ns had a funeral on hand. He was t...

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

' VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. SIX THOUSAND COPIES. NO. 20. The Tvrn.&s-F^egxster. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN IT & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. ]?otel Lruceri#, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) 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. ) J. A. KRAJCCI8. J^OGAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, MALRIH. VIKUINIA. -/ricK?Dillard & Persinger's Building, College A venue. Mr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Public, can found there. D. W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, iMaiu Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) |-ST* All White Artists. Dum vivimus vivamus. feb7'90-lv * Steamj* Mills! N. HOGKMAN, C HITKCr i AND l MUI1.DF.II. Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS Hidings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand-railiiiK. Floo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 October 1890

OUR SATURDAY NIGHT. A MAN WHO LOVKS lilt} MOTHER. I From Pomeroy's Advance Thought.] " Alabama 1" Here we rest, this, the closing night of one of our useim weeks, beautiful Larehmont ttiat from hiding among the trees looks lovingly out upon the waters of Long Ishiml Sound, and the shores and homes over yonder lining and looking down upon its eastern heath. White sail boats, larger and smaller, s|xvd away under full a>1 retell of canvass. (Jreat Steamers deeply laden with passengers ami belongings of man, laterally plough through the waters, throwing furrows of white spray high and far to right and left as an orator, or one idled with his theme, raises ideas into the sunlight so they may be seen and remembered as marking the progress trf the ship of thought. I he shades of night descend upou t hose on land and those on water. I he shore Over Yonder is there with its beautiful homes and their occupants, as is the shore on this side, and we all know that there is passing to ...

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

guleiii ff. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 18UJI. Entered at the Pintoftlce, in Salem, N *? us second-class matter. LOOAL AFFAXBS OUE AKNIVEB8AET EDITION. THK DAY WK CKIiKBItATK. The Timks-Hkoistkh celebrates the first anniversary of the organization of the Salem Improvement Company, October 2nd, 1HIH), by issuing thin week a special edition of 6,OGO copies of an eight-page paper. We have done what we could to advance the beat interest# of Salem and to promote In every way its growth into a beautiful and prosperous city. We extend our congratulations to our people on the wonderful success of their united efforts in the last twelve months; and we rejoice at the general prosperity of our town, in which the Timks-Rkgistkh has shared and for which it will continue to labor. Silem's Business Ken. The Timks-Kkoihtkii is the true exponent of the business enterprise of Salem. Kach issue is an index of the growth of our town, an epitome of its life, a summary of its progress. We gratefully acknowledge t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 October 1890

FORTUNE IN IT AT SALEM. AN IDEAL LOCATION FOB A LARGE MANUFACTURING CITY. GRFAT ATTRACTIONS AND ADVANTAGES. Tfco Educational Contor of Couth-west Virginia Spccitl Inducements to Jd&nu-facts.:era-Fr:c Sitos. Local Oapi-. til, Er.tmytion Fr:m City Taxes for Tea Yoars. I Written f?>r The Memphis t'ommereial by a Mt?trcorresiH?n?lent who visited Salem lant week.] Saijsm, V a., Sept. 20.?Just eighteen years ago, when but a lad, your correalHiiuleiit left "Old Virginity" soil and had not returned until on the evening of the 25th instant, he crossed the line to view again the old haunts of childhood. H p Van Winkle was not more astonished when he stood upon the mountain high and gazed upon his native village below, in wonder contemplating the magic changes which had occurred during his twenty years' sleep, and doubting his own vision murmured to himself: "Do I dream ?" than was your correspondent when he beheld again, not the Salem of twenty years ago, but the SALLM ...

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

-OF THE? VICTORIA LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMP'Y Will be placed in the hands of Ileal Estate Agents in the next few days. This valuable property lies on the South side of Roanoke river, between the lands of the Development and Steelton Companies, with whose properties it is connected by wellgraded streets and boulevards. It also adjoins the location of the McCarty Steel Plant, and offers unusually attractive sites for residences. Maps of the VICTORIA can be obtained of the Secretary. The officers of the Victoria are? HON. M. B. ROWE. President, Fredericksburg, Va. CAPT. W. H. FOWLE, Vice-President, Salem, Va. F. A. LOVELOCK, Secretary & Treasurer, Salem, Vr 10.(00 PUMPKINS WANTEDRAISE the 1H<J(JEST one ANI) (jet A $25 Suit of CLOTHES Free We Want Every Farmer In Roanoke and adjoining counties to call at our Store and get a package of early ami extra large variety Pumpkin Seed?Free of Cost. The Party Raising the Largest Pumpkin TIIK ONE WEIGHING THE MOST! And deli...

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

Jtaleiif Hkintes-gegistu FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890. OHA8. D. DBNIT, Editor. PRANK Q. WBBBBR, Associate. DBM0< BATIC TICKET. roll (XtRUItn SIXTII UISTKHT, HON. PAUL C. EDMUNPS, of Halifax. ONE YEAR. * A STORY OF RAPID PROGRESS. 318 BUILDINGS IS TWKLVK MONTHS MILLIONS IS KKAL KSTATK ASl> imphovkmksts. We have now come to the end of the first year in the new life of Salem. It is one year since the organization of the Salem Improvement Company leave an inij>otw to the development of onr resources and the rapidgrowth of our town. The phenomenal sue cess of thin Company stimulated the organization of otlicr land companies, thus enlisting for our town the inter eat of prominent and wealthy gentlemen from various parts of the country, all of whom have heartily eo-oj*) rated in bringing about, most ^ratifying result*. One 'vwtt ftp) Salem was :ii quiet town, proud of its natural a<l\airfares, its unsurpassed scenery, its educational facilities, its ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 October 1890

^"?Tr\v _ (OPPOSITE HOTEL LUCERNE), MAIN STREET, SALEM, VIRGINIA Offer a large line of REAL ESTATE, embracing Business Property, Residence Property, Farms, Timber, Mineral and Coal Lands ! BUILDING LOTS in all parts of the city at Prices to suit any customer. ? Agents tor llie sale of LOTS in all the Land Companies in the place. Special agents for Hie WEST SALEM LAND COMPANY. Stock in Series C now being sold. Correspondence solicited. ALl^BN, TOMPKINS Sc HATCHEH. GEO. ALLEN. C. L. HATCHER. C. C. TO THE WEST SALEM LAND COMPANY OF SALEM, VIRCINIA. Authorize! t'npiUil ?(100,000. Inuod In SerloH. Prtnolpal Office, SALEM, VA. Branches at New Castle, Craig Co.; Cambria, Montgomery Co. GEORGE ALLEN, President. C. C. TOMPKINS. Secretary. CAMBRIA, VIRGINIA, o. Embraces 353 Acres 011 the Norfolk and Western Railroad, Montgomery County, finally located, 2,fOO 'pcct above Sea-level, in a prosperous section. Shares $10, par value, are sold to subscribers at $5 per share, payable in five monthly ...

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

EDWARD ATKINSON BBVIBWS TUB WORLDS IRON TBAD3. AND PBBDIOTS THAT THB CBNTBB OF PRODUCTION "77U-L B1 IN TUB SOUTHIn view of the visit of live or six hundred of the leading iron and steel makers of Europe to the United States in October to spend a month study-! itig the iron and steel making resources of this country, Hon. Edward Atkinson, of Boston, contributes to this week's issue of the Manufacturer's Record an elaborate paper oil the iron and steel interests of the world. Mr. Atkinson's paper is the result of several months' study of the subject and or the most elaborate investigation. Starting out with the statement that "since the foundation of modern industry and of commerce is basc?l|u]K>n the non-precious metals, and more than any other upon iron, it becomes of national importance to determine the future conditions of the production of this imperial met nl." Mr. Atkinson shows that this countrv is the greatest consumer of iron and stesl in the world. Owing to the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

Tke Tirnec-f^eg-isxcr. Irt PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advancc (or $2 if |?aid within throe months. OH AS. 1). DEMIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, SALEM, VIEQINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) House, Iocs40*1 in the centra bf-tfce ? tormncd under new management on ttpened tf J^OOAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, NAI.KN, VilMilXIA. . .mat?Dillard & Pcrsingcr's Building, College Avenue. Air. John L. Harnett, a Notary Puhlie.con found there. T) W. McALLiSTER, Tonsorial Artist, Mitn Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) tw All White Ahtihth. Hum vivintus vivamus. feb7'M>-ly ? Steam Planing. Mills! N. HOCKMAN. CIIITF.t'T I AND i RVII.DEK, Also Manufacturer ??f WINDOW SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, MANTKLS, BRACKETS uldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand -railing, Flooring, Newel Fusts, Ceiling, Laths, ?Vc., <&c. I am i>re)?ared at my Steam Factory to supply ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 18?>n. 0?t.\S. :?. OKN1T, Editor. * t \JJK O. WKBBEK, .\sboc1hU? DSliO?'RATIC TICKET. Kl>11 I'ONUKKSS SIXTII 1>IKTR1CT. HON. PAUL (5. EDMUNDS, of Ihitifax. A SEN3I3JLS AND KOrEPUL VIBW 07 TXXB STATE SBBT. Governor MeKinney wtts recently asked if there was any 1 ik?*lihood ?>f his calling an extra session of the legislature this winter to which he replied that he was averse to calling nil extra session unless the Oloott committee should submit apropositiou to the settlement of that vexed question, the state debt, In which ease It would be necessary to convene the legislat ure. According to bo good an authority as the New York Commercial Advertiser, there is now a fail prospect that the debt will be settled on a rational basis. In reviewing the situation from a purely business standpoint this paper says:?" Virginia and its bondholders have been bickering about the accrued debt for more than seventeen years; yet ill this c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

gaUin ginus- geijisltr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, ltWO. Entered at the lWotHcc, in Salem, Va. lis second-class matter. local affaips Work to Begin Sooa. Information received just before going to 1>res?. enables ua to say to our readers, that the Steel Plant Coni|?any, are hard at work perfecting plans for the Salem St??el Plant, and that they expect to begin operations at an early day. _ Carpkntkrs Wastkd.?Blieht or ten go<nl carpenters wanted, good wages K. H. Wamusn. A Private School. I will opCn a Scttoot, at Mrs. John L. Harnett's on Monday, October 13th. Terms, $2 per month; children under ten, fl.SO. Scholars will please apply to Miss Lucy h. Rchwkll, Salem. Va. The Xfttinee Muiicale. The Ladies' Matinee Musicale will meet at Mrs. Wm. T. Younger n to-day ^'Viday. the lUth), at 4 o'clock p. m. Ottlcw* will be elected for the ensuing year, and all members arc requested to be present. Will II* t?t to Contract Next W?m*K. Mwrn. Geo. W. Palmor, president, and E. M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

A SHORT SPEECH OF THE LATE RICHARD W. LYLES. Editor, Lawyer and Poet. 1USCAKKKK IN 1? AN VI l.l,K?II IS KAMOI'S POKTIC liAMKNT?T1IK HICHMONl) CLAIM UP8KT? Mil. li\" I.KS AS A LAW-VHIt-HIS I)KATH IN 1872. From time to time there comes to the Kk<hsticit office a request that a poem written l?y the late Itichard W. JLyles ami depicting in a measure the abject slavery of the man whose a|>petite had placed him mider the thraldom of King aleoliol he published. Now comes a similar request from a subscriber in Richmond, accompanied by the statement that it isclaimed there that the late James August of that eity wrote the verses. There is no doubt of the fact that Mr. Lvles wrote the \kh?iii, for he showed the manuscript to friemls here before it was published. The following is the poem referred to: 1 have been to the funeral of all my hopes, And entombed them one by one, Not a word was said, Not a tear was shed When the mournful task was done. Slowly and sadly I turned...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1S90. NO. 21. Connecticut Blue Lavs. FULL LIST OK TIIE FAMOUS ENACTMENTS WHICH FORBADE A WOMAN' TO KISS IIKit CHILDREN ON FAST DAY. The term " Blue I jaws" is applied to such as relate to the private consciences of individuals. All countries formerly had such statutes, anil the thirteen colonies were no exception before the Revolution. The code of Connecticut is often spoken of in this respect. Those most noted were of the Colony of New Haven, which was united with the Connecticut Colony in 1055. Here is a full copy of the New Haven list, often called the " Connecticut Blue Laws." The Governor and magistrates, convened in general assembly, are the supreme power, under Cod, of this independent dominion. Conspiracy against the dominion shall be punished with death. Whosoever says there, is a power and jurisdiction alw?ve and over this dominion, shall suffer death and the loss of his property. W hosoever ?ttempts to change or overturn this do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 October 1890

The Tiger .of the Boach. The octopus, who lurks in the coral reefs or uiulcr the ledges, has only to 8how. himself to make a brave man chill. The fiendish perseverance with which the shark follows a ship day after day molts one's nerve away. There is doath in the touch of the stingaree?destruction in the fall of a whale's ilukes?eternity in the rush of breakers on a rocky shore. Hut the grimness of all these is overshadowed by the soft purring and gentle lapping of the tiger of the beach?tlio unseen boast who gathers a dozen victims where another claims one. We stand here on the sand shore with the surf only knee high. The sky is clear, the sun shines brightly, and there are a hundred people about us. If one should predict danger he would be ridiculed. What's that? The sand suddenly cuts out from under our feet, feeling as if some one had pulled at a rope we stood on. Was it a cave? Did someone pull a stick away? No. It was the soft, low growling of the tiger of the beach?a note of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. ^,True Tvm.es-f^egxsisr. r* ^ IS PUBLISHED ^RY FRIDAY MORNING. Wsr AT $1-60 V'KAIl, Iri.'tlv Cash in AdvRi?ce(or$2 ifpuhl within three montlm. . 4>. DEN IT & F. (i. WEBBEU, vv Owners ami Publishers. <jjjg Dotel Lucerne, ~ S A L E M, V IROINI A. (Formerly Duval llouw.) Thi* House, located in the centre of the city. *a* ojrnwl under new mana^winent on the 7th t?f March last. CJ inr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. w. i.'Miw. 1 .i. A. mifll f OOAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealers, N4LK9I. Vllt?l*l%vfh e?Dillanl A* Persi tiger's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Harnett, a Notary Public, can found there. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, M*tin Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) r). Am. Wiiitk Autikth. Hum vivimus vivaiuus. f?l?7't*)-ly %\m Steam Planiug, Mills! N. HOCK MAN, CIIITBCT : ANII t RIIII.DKK, Also Manufacturer of WINDOW SASll, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS uldings, Balusters, Window and Door Frame*, lland-railii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

^ - , ?iu(es-?$effi ->teFill DAY, OCTOBER 17, 181H>. OH AS. D. DKNIT, Editor. CRANK O. WEBBER, Aasoclato D1M0<E ATIC TZOSIT. Ft?K COKURKSS SIXTH DISTRICT, HON. PAUL O. EDMUNDS, of Halifax. IE1 NIW SITUATION AND THB V ALThe recent discussion in Tli? Sun of tlio question of the completion of the Valley Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio from Iiexington south ward to Roanoke or Salem, according to the original intention, ha? developed great Interest in the project here and in the three counties to l?e traversed by the proi>osed extension. This city is concerned for the reason tli the would enable it to retain and increase its trade with a section of country haviug an immensely prx>s|>erouK future before it. Those who are aware of the extent of the industrial transformation now taking place in the region between jA'xiiiKtoii and Salem can appreciate the importance of Baltimore's being the i>oint of supply for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

?<tleiu (ginies-geyistrf. Fill DAY, OCTOBER 17, 1WH). Entered at the Postofflce, in 8>l?m, Va. as sccorid-class matter. LOCIAL APFAIP8 New Advertisements* , Klkton, one of the most beautiful villages in the county of Rockingham, situated at the foot of the lttue Ridg on the 8. V. R. R.. hax already boomed itself a boom of no small proportion#, and in to have a Male of lot* 011 the 23d and 24tli. A quarter jiage of the Timkh-Reoihtkk sets fortli the attractions of Klkton. Read it. Min W. L. Marks will ojs'ii a full line of fall and winter kimxIk, in her new building very shortly. See ad. F. ('. Iturdette calls attention, in this issue to a fresh supply of fancy groceries. tieo. 11. Wilkinson, formerly of Memphis, Tenn., has a nice line of furniture, mattresses, Ac., at ltmwn's red Ktrij?ed store. He ??elievw in advertising, is a hustler, sells good articles low and will succeed in Salem. Kxcursion tickets will In* sold flroin all |M>ints on the N. it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

Cruelty to Animals. " *"? Editors TiMi:*-K*-<.i*rri:: You are doing so much go?>d confessedly >??mmI work ill the editing and nttcrillg a paper of sViell splendid moral language and teaching. and yet not oik* of y<iu i^a paid iwacliw. I Ihk to hand the following clippings. from tliat sterling journal tin* Lynchburg ,\yUu'ny. For "Pen painting" ?onld" DtHxdier or Taliuage, or HUdue or Ingersol, or Palmer, or Keaue, or any person, preacher or writer more thoroughly to the |?>iiit. ami more "quickly and keenly catch" a uian or wo111:1 ii who lias a heart witliiu their Ihhoui, than I lie following ? Boys Who Have Robbed. ?# YIh'p.' ant a muiile of iNiys up in out; of tin* snbtirh* who hnvc to ;i?l?l tn their pray* er> aMseial thanksgiving that so fur they Imvi' i-si<ap<<<l thI!iiinto my h?iuls. They shot forty the other day for tttn wager of a dollar. The average song bird sings...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

THE TIMESVOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIAY MORNING^ OCTOBER 17, 1S90. NO. 22* LOVE'S SOUVENIR. A WE I ill) TALE THAT MIGHT IX8PIKE THE PEN OF POE OK HOFFMAN. [As fantastic and unreal as may . seem this tale, it is, nevertheless, true., On the office table of a Boston physician is a human skull that once formed part of a beautiful girl ?of New Orleans. She was affianced to the physician, but soon after, bring taken down with yellow fever, and knowing that she must die, she .begged her fiancee to take her skull after death, to dissect it, and to keep it with him always. lie promised, and that promise he has most faithfully kept,.J I had been absent about two . months, two short months, and yet " they ?Cmod vears. Slowly and wRh inscrutable weariness I ascended the creaking, narrow old stairway to my office. Pausing ou the landing a moment for breath I glanced through the dust-covered panes down upon the busy streets beneath. A few v streaks of bright July sunshine struggled through the ...

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