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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 October 1890

BUBE BUBBOWS DEAD. TIIK CAREER OF THB NOTED OUTLAW ENDED DY A BULLET. Birmingham, Ala., Oct, 8.? Rube. Harrows was shot and killed in Linden jail early this morning by the sheriff and guards. Ijast night Burrows was placed inside the Sheriff's inside the jail under the guard of McDurfe<, one of his captors, and a negro named Carter. The other captor wae at the hotel with the money found on Burrows. The outlaw's hands and feet were tied. Early this morning he complaiued of hunger. McDurfee answered that he had nothing to eat. A pair of saddlebags taken from the prisoner were lying in a corner of the room. 441 have some crackers in niy saddlebags, if you will hand them to me," said the outlaw. McDuffee did so without opening them. Burrows, instead of the crackers, drew forth a pair of pistols, and, covering McDuffee and the negro, ordered them to untie him, which they did, and keeping thctn in front of him he walked out of the front door. He then asked for his money and sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 24. 1890. NO. 23. The Tirrues-l^egicicr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. t AT $1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CH AH. I). DEN IT & F. G. WEHBER Owners and Publishers. Botel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the rent re of die cRy, whs 01 tuned under new management on the 7th of March last. mr 7-tf J- HARRY < HAPMAN. w. ixtoAif. 1 '? *? f*Akcie. fOGAN & FRANCIS, Real Estate Dealer?, Ntl.KM, VIIKilMA/kick?Dillard ?t: Persinger's Building. < 'ollege Avenue. .Mr. John L. Barnett, a Notary Public.can found there. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, MVni Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) Ai.l Wiiitk Artists. Punt vivimus vivamus. fubT'WMy ?3i Steam Planing Mills! N. HOCK MAN. CIIITKCT ? 1KII : HI'IMHIK. Also Manufacturer of? JiV SASH, IKH)RH, BLINDS, M ANTELS, BRACKETS uldings, llalusters, Window and Poor Frames, Hand-railing. Flooring. Newel ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

5*??h ni (Tiiifrs-4/rcff <?/?{ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 181M). JtiAts D. 1>KNI*1. Hldltor. ' <\SK O. VKBBBK, \<BOctai? SSXCfRATIO TIOKST . |-??K lOMiRKM* SIXTH B1WIKT, HON. PAUL C\ EDMUNDS, of Halifax. 3ALBM AND TUB VALLBT JLAILEOAE Then? is probably 110 matter exciting so much discussion, intesesting so many business men, or of more iml>ortanee to this section of the great Southwest than the much talked of extension of the N alley Hranch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad from I<cxington. l-?st week Roanoke held a mass-meeting of citizens and this week the Commercial Cluh appointed Messrs. E. H. Stewart, .lames S. Simmons, Hinton Heliwr, and Dr. .los. A. dale a committee to negotiate with the Baltimore and Ohio authorities in regard to the extension of tlic road to Roanoke. Lynchburg, now thoroughly aroused to the claims of the Magic t'itv ? formidable rival, followed suit with an enthusiastic meeting of business men, Mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

gg.ilem Qetfister. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1HJK). Kniered ut the Poetofllce, in Salem, Vh. as mmikluH mutter. LOCAL AFFAIPS The annoyance nctiwiimd l?y the continued crying of the baby. at once reuse* when the cause is promptly removed by Dr. Bull's *Bahy Syrup. One of the most popular household remedies is old Saul'* t'uturrh Cure. Price only 2."? cents. Complete in Every Particular. The finest line of stationary we have ever carried has just been received at the TmKxRkoistbr Book and Job Printing OtHce. on t 'ollege avenue, embracing letterheads, note heads, bill heads, envelopes, cards, tags, statements, ami everything t?? be found in a complete ami well equijijast j??|> printing office. All work done promptly, and at the most reasonable rates. ? Block of Fine Houses. Mr. N. iloekman will shortly begin the erection of a block of eight elegant threestory brick bus! nets houses 011 Hootioke avenue, in the Hockman addition. These buildings will be of handsome design, lit ted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

Proflt3 in Southern Roal Estate. ! From the Manufacturers* llwonl,] The following is the advice given by tin* Railway Ago to a railroad liian asking advice in inventing: his saving : As a means of investme lit from which a sure incomemay lieobtuitu'd, railway storks certainly at pwont, in our judgement, are not to be commended to the man of souill means. If speculation. with the hope of increasing the |>rim>i)tal rather than of! securing :i fixed income is the purpose in mind, we would still say to the man of small moans, don't buy railway stocks. The capitalists and the daring speculator may very like ly wisely invest in this security, but for the man with the few hundreds or thousands constituting his all. the future of this ami all other stocks, is involved in so many contingencies that lie would be taking a serious risk in buying it. Money ean be safely cut at interest so as to <?mi <5 or 7 per p?nt. anuua'ly without danger of loss or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24. 1S90. NO. 23. IN TUB BUQLB 077I0X. HOW A (4HKKX COUNTY EDITOR IjOST TWO RXCKIiLKNT subscribers. " You have had pretty dry weather out your way, ha,*?.:'* you ?" said the country editor, speaking to uucle Josh, who had just come in to renew his subscription. " Wall, now you better reckon we have. Ain't seed the weather hotter nor dryer out my way for the last forty-odd years. You know the Perdue spring, I reckon ?" " Mighty well," the editor replied. " Dried up." "You don't tell me !" " Yas, I do?dry as a bone. You know the old trout hole whar the boys uster go in swimmin'? " "As well as I know where 1 live." " Dried up." "You don't tell me!" the editor exclaimed. ' Yas, sir, ^ dry as a bone. Tell you I never seed the like." Well, that is bad. How's the corn getting along? " " As well as might be ex pected under the circumstan. ces." " Wheat turn out well ? " 14 Mighty sorry." "Oats were all right, 1 suppose ? " " Not more than a t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 October 1890

Domini* was Forgetful. LUDICROUS SCENE AT A MARRIAGE CEREMONY WHERE THE RING WAS LOST. A South Boston pastor narrated the following incident which came under his observa-1 tion in St. John, N. B., to a reporter of the Boston Herald : Two people in middle life sought out an aged and wellknown clergyman to tie the connubial knot. His advanced years had brought him a treacherous memory, and, with this uncertain quantity to deal ? with, he began the ceremony. There were luckily no witnesses to the amHsing scene but the clergyman's daughter-in-law and grandson. The preliminaries over, the ring was asked for. The groom was exceedingly nervous and could not find it. He searched in all his pockets, nhook his sleeve, run his hand down the Hide of his right leg in fear of a hole in his pantaloons pocket, he felt of his sock, and repeated the process, increasing in nervousness as he certainly did in blushes and awkwardness. Finally, the old gentleman sat down, while both witnesses assisted the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31. 1890. NO. 23. The Tim.es-[Register. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAU, Striotly Ciu?li in Advance (or #2 if paid within three months. CHA8. I). DEN IT & F.G.WEBBER, Owners ami Publinliern. Botel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the rky, win* opened under new management on the 7th of March lu*?. mr7-tf J- harp'S ' HAPMAV w. IXK1AJC. 1 J. A. FRVKCl*. J^OGAN & FRANCIS, leal Estate Dealers. N\I?V.W. VIH?1XI*. Dillard A* Pendnger u Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Baroctt, ? Notary Public, can found there. irj \v. MCALLISTER. Tonsorial Artist, Miin Street, Hasement Hotel Liuvrnc.) Am. White Aktiktk. Dum vivimuH vivaiuua. feh7'f*>-ly Wiliiu ?iui u ills N. HOC KM AN, CIIITFXT t A NI> t ??UII.I>KH. Also Manufacturer of V,V SAS1I, DOORS. HLINDS, MANTELS brackets Hidings, Biilusten*, Window and Door Frames*, Hand-railing, Flooring. Newe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

,r"i FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1HIH). ( HAH. I>. DKNiT, Kim i ok. I* HANK (i, WEBBER, Associatk. j EBMC<BATIC TICKET. FUH CO.NUKRKS SIXTH 1UKTKICT, HON. PAUL C. EDMUNDS, of Halifax. " VOTK K ' KLY AND OKTKN." Tuesday next Is, an all our readers arv aware, election day, on wkieh occasion it )x * >mes the duty of every true lover of this section, every well wisher for the future advancement of our town, every business man interested in a peaceful dilution of the eurrent issues of the day, to go to the |k>IIh and there deposit his vote for I'aul C. Edmunds. Further than that, it is the duty of those conversant with such matters to see that there lire plenty of tickets on hand, that the regular voting places are accessible and pro|>erly attended, that those who are not qualitied do not vote, and those who are do not stay at home. True there is not much to fear that we know of, hut it is best to he prepared and not trust to lurk in this ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

?j/eui $iines-$ftQisler FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1890. Entered at the Postofllce, in Salem, Va. as second-clam matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Taxes! Taxe?! The coiporation tax if of Salem for the year 18W are now in my lunula for collection. Taxpayers should come forward and settle before the 5 i*t cent. |?enalty is added. J. B. Krikr. S. T. S. Oct '24-Mvks. The Na-w Markot. The new Market House near the corner of Main aud Itroad Streets, which is being erected by (ieorge Allen is Hearing completion and will be finished in about two we*?ks. This market is t>ciug finished in cherry aud pine?and will have double rows of sash on the roof, with about live hundred square feet of glass. The stalls are being rented to butchers and grocers, and it will no doubt l>e a pleasant place for customers looking for something to eat. Thk Sai.km Nukskhy is one mile w??st of Salem, Virginia. We have fruit and shade trees. Those wanting trees will call on or address J as. (J. Wkht/., oct '24-3w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

Toachors and Gtntls Voice*. That "excellent thing In woman "? ami in man, also. when in the school - room?the " gentle" voice, though not necessarily "00ft " or " low, ' in a means of grain' to teaener ami taught alike. Few teacher* realise how accurately their gain or loss in Influence ean l?c measured hy the quality of the tone in which they talk. There is no excuse tor the haril, sharp, rasping tone, so eonnuon as to be usually reckoned one of the characters! ics of a " school-ina'm " even in the lioisest rtHtin or among the most unruly children. The law of siiuilia. simillbus curautur does not hold good in such a case. Screaming and shouting at children is to make demons even of the little angels, and they must l?e angelic, indeed, who ??an escape such transformation. The teacher should know how to make distinct new serve in place of force to the end of sparing her own throat and the nerves of her pupils.?Caroline B. l,eBow, in l^adles Home Journal. As Odd a Thing as Often Happe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

- THE TIMES - RECISTER-Supplement VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FltlAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31. 1S90. NO. 24. A STORY FOR YOUNG MEN. . POLITENESS PAYS. A pleasant, balmy day in May. The windows of the railway car were open. There was a breeze stirring; and though a cloiul of dust was also blown out, with the exception of a tired portion which stopped to rest on the clothed of the passengers or burrowed for its own safety in their eyes and nostrils. There were only two vacant seats in the car, and at Pankeep station two persons came in to till them. One of t hese was an old man?on the second look lie was j>robably not over fifty?with iron gray hair, partly covered by a slouched hat, and clad in a new suit of gray stuff that seemed to have been made for some one else. ith him was a young and very pretty girl, whose dress was of ordinary stuff, but well fitting, and who was well gloved and well shod. The observer would have set down the .wo for a well-to-do farmer and his daughter, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 October 1890

Arabs in Now York. ?? *' It appears,"^says the New York Sun, " that Arabs swarm along Washington street, from Battery place to Carlisle street, and are now spreading along to Morris and Rector streets, on the lower west side of the city. Very few of the 4 swarthy sons of the desert ' wear their own picturesque garb after they have dwelt here a short time. They live in clusters in the mean old houses of that region of the city in which they have taken up their abode. There are a few wholesale dealers among them, but nearly all of them are peddlers of napkins, trinkets and cheap Arabian wares, earning from ten cents to ten dimes a day. It is rare to find any of them able to mutter more than a halfdozen words of English. They are not a vicious element, and are wholly free from crime. They do not quaff liquors or beer, but some of them take a little of the grape juice which is prepared by an Arab here. They do not mingle with nny of the other races in New York." A Maiden on the Stump. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 November 1890

DAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7. 1890. NO. 22; Tke Tvmes-t^egisier, IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT $1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $'?; if pait within three months. CHAS. I). DENIT & F.G.WEBBER Owuera and PublUliew. ^otel Lucerne, HALK M, VIRGINIA. (Formerly I?uval House.) Thin House, located in the centre of tlx city, was opened under new management on the 7th of .'larch lust mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. w. uhi\n. | J. A. PBAKCtS. fOOAN & FRANCIS ?leal Estate Dealers. NU.KN. VllttilXIA. .#ricK?HilJanl & Penflnger's Building, College Avenue. llr. John I.. Harnett, a Notary Public.ran found there. T). W. MCALLISTER, Tonsorial Artist, Mnln Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) Am. Whitk Artists. Dutu vivimus vivainus. febnXMy Salem Steal Planing Hills N. HOCKMAN. ARCHITECT I AND i BlULDKK, -?Also Manufacturer of v,V SASH, I>OORS, BLINDS, MANTELS, BRACKETS uhlings. Balusters, Window and Door Frames, lland-railiiiK. Flooring, Newel Posts, Ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 November 1890

??> it m gin, rs-ftrptelft j FRIDAY, NOVEMBRR 7. 181K). CHAS. 1>. DEN IT, Editor. FRANK (i. WEHBER, Associatk. A HOME BUN! Infamous Methods of The Republican Part; Roundly Rebuked ! LARGE DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY IN THE NEXT HOUSE! VIRGINIA S<>1,11)! Wisconsin, Pennsylvania. Kansas, Massachusetts. Michigan, New Hampshire all Democratic. TA, TA. MR. 3PEAKER SEED! Thf throughout lh?" ronirtry tin Tuesday last rr>ultt>d generally i<t n -.igniticant DrnHnmiio triumph Virginia elected a s.ilid delegation of ten iHiimmliit I'miur^Miii'n. a* follow? : 1st <li?tiid, Win. II. Jones, Richmond county, majority alioiit 2nd distri? t, Dr. .I?>lin W. Ijwkoii, Isle of Wight, majority about l,uui. lM district, Geogre D. Wise, Richmond City, majority 10,'K*I. 4th district, James K. Kites, Nottoway, majority 1,1)111. ?th district. Rev. IVwy <?. I.estcr, Floyd, minority 2,000. <Jth diMri...

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

g-ilem ignites-Register. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1890. Entered at the PostofHoe, in Salem, Va. as?soond-clans matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS A Big Sale of Lota. timf. rix*r? row mcbmbrr 11th asp 12th. An we go to prw we Irani that the Improvement Company luis fixed upon tl?e lime for their next sale of lots*. Thursday and Friday Dec. lhh and 12th. A* the Improvement Company's tirst sale was Dee. II, it will be seen that they eelebrate their first anniversary by having tlieir next sale on Dec. 11th. They will offer much valuable property, both business and residence l<?ts. and we shall have more to say soon of this hi# sale and the rare opportunity it will offer for go?*i investments. A Nice Establishment. Mr. J. M. oakcv recently built a large and handsome addition to his furniture store and it is now well filled with a choice and varied assortment of furniture calculated to suit the slimmest purse or a most plethoric bank account. Some of the new styles are very attractive, and among...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 November 1890

Twenty lunkards with an B. Ijist vpftr n party of twenty Dun knrtl* wa?? enroute to the tumoral Conference, via St. 1/mis. Noagent noi'oiuiiaiiit'd them. ami ? tt'U'KrHiu was sent t?? liiioii Depot Passenger Agent Bonner t<? " meet twenty Dun kards!" , , , . The religious education ??f the t* iegraph operator who received tin* message luul been neglected. He had never heard of the dunkards, and, supposing a mistake had l?o??n inane, |k> just inserted the letter " r. Mid when Bonner riwivwl the menKip'? ?? read "Meet No. 4. Twenty drunk ardsaboard. 1 ^K>k after them. Bonner was somewhat taken hack. He did not doubt but that an inebrlate asylum had broken loose, hutan> way prompt action was necessary. The twenty drunkards must be des- ? M'rtite men or the dispatch would not have been sent, murder might have Ihm'ii committed on the road. Homier posted off to iwlice headuuarters. ami his story did not lose in the telliuir. The t hief of Police...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 November 1890

THE TIMES-RECISTER-Supplement. VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1S90. NO. 25, THE OLD FEONT OATH. Oh, give me back tlie <?1<1 front gate. Ami let it swing once more Just where it early swung and late? Before our cottage dcor; And learn the secret if you will, That thin is why we love it; Some hearts are now forever still That used to heat above it. Some happily have found a mate That once did linger long Where father hung the old front gate On hinge* good ami strong. There maidens shy ami loving bold, The maple houghsio screen them, Repeated ofl the scenes .so old, With that old gate between them. Full well we knew when friend or foe The clicking latch had found. And rony checks were apt to grow More rosy at the sound : The eyes of pretty Genevieve Were roiled in jetty fringes When, at a certain hour of eve, The gate crcaked 011 its hinges. Then give me hack the old front gale. ? And let it awing once more. It will, j>erchance, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 November 1890

A MIDNIGHT ASSASSINATION. SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT THE SCENE OF BUBGOYNE'S SURRENDER. An Aged Couple Awakenod from Sleep by Tiro Men, the Front Door and the Windows of Their Bedroom Smuhtd In, end the Husband Killed He Prodded Both of the Anuilai With an Old Bayonet, and Their Woundi Lad to Their ?mat. Saratoga, November 2.?A foul murder was committed near Schuylerville this morning. The ecene of the tragedy was at a point known as " The Hemlocks," near the Champlain Canal, about a mile below Schuylerville. Here, in a neat cottage surrounded by a few acres of land, under the shadow of Willows Mountain and on ground made historically famous as being the scene of Hurgoyne's surrender, lived Thos. Churchill, aged 83 years, and his wife, who is about thirty years younger. They were inoffensive, and lived a quiet and retired life. A visit to the scene of the tragedy soon after its occurrence showed how brutal and unprovoked had been the assault and how terrible bad been the struggle by the ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 November 1890

VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIAY MORNING, Supplement NOVEMBER 14, 1890. NO. 26 A Reward For Bravery. <? Are you nearly ready for school Georgie ? his mother called. Very nearly, mother, came the answer, and in another instant a sturdy, rosy cheeked lad looked in at the kitchen door. Georgie, poor old Mrs. llagg has just been in to say that if you see her little brown terrier down the lane would you send him home ? f>he thinks some hoys she saw passing this morning have enticed him away. ? All* right,-mofhcr, I'll see if T can find him for her?good-bye, and swinging his satchel over his shoulder, CJeorgie ran out of tho cottage door and was soon hastening along the dusty road toward the village, whistling as he went. Poor old Mrs. Ilagg! I hope she will find Tiny again, George said to himself, for she must be very dull, living as she does all alone; and then as he inarched along he began thinking of how glad lie was that his schooling days would soon be over now,...

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