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

?TUB? Wxwm -|Ur\i$tcr. FRIDAY, DECEMHEK 12, 1HJ?0. <' II AS. 1>. DEN IT, Kihtoh. FKANK <i. WEBIIKU, Awwciatk. 1889-DECEMBER 11-1890. OUR ANNIVERSARY. The First Anniversary of tho Great Sale of Lots December 11th, 188S. THE TTOlTEBBFTrL OBOWTH CP SALEM I2T ONE YBAB. The Salem Improvement Company, tin* pioneer in the development of our city, was organized October 2nd, 1889, and held its first wale of lots December lltli. Although the work of building and locating plants was retarded until spring by an impending law suit which wan not nettled until April the interest shown in Salem by the great success of the first sale of lots December 111li, marks that date as the real beginning of the new life of our eity. We, therefore, celebrate that event as our industrial anniversary, and invite all visitors and friends t?? view with us the substantial work and rapid growth of one year. Not only did the successor Salem's first sale of lots surjMiSs anything of th...

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

?1THEFRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 18W). Entered at the PostofRce, in Salem, Va. us second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS SPSOIAL NOTICE. In order to have the Timbh-IIkuktku circulated among the visitors in Salem to-day, (Thursday) we have gone to press somewhat earlier than usual, and cannot therefore, give any figures jis to the sales up to this hour?1 p. m. Pay Up. AH t In we indebted to the Timks-Kkoistkr will please come forward and settle for job work, suhseri|>tion, advertising, extra copies or any other species of value received. Mr. J. M. Harlow, our ln>ok-keeper. is now making out accounts, and we desire to have theiu pron\t?tly settled. Gentlemen, " walk up to the Cap'us desk au<l pay that thou OW?L" F. 1>. Johnson, of Lynchburg, Va., will be at the store of Ix?e A Whittwcurver on Monday, the 15th inst., (court day) with a splendid line of watches, jewelry and sample line of silver pieced Persons in want of snch k,hm^. for their oVw use or ...

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

T SLEEP N1UUTS. Is t1uM'onv|?l;unt of thousands suffering <'?>ir-uuij'Hon, Cough*, < t<\ Didjvoiievee try Dr. Afkcr^H KiiK^h I tun* d\*'.' It lu tlie bogt propnmtioi: kno>vn for all Luiig Troultlw. Sold on a positive tcuarnntee at 45 eta. and fKVts. S<>I<1 l?y Dillard & l'ersiii^'p, Druggists. Wli C'A> AM) DO Guarantee Dr. Ackor's Blood Elixer for it has been carefully demonst rated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning; Vloorn. F.rup tioiL-< :uh! piu|U*& It pUijllvs l??e wH*'e svs? ???'????* >d #h<>r. >ilt hl> ImibTs up the constitution. Sohl 1 ?y i>iHitr<l \ Porringer, Salem. Va. Ol'li YERY^BEST PEOPLE. Confirm our statement ,wlien we say that Dr. Ackt r's English Ivennr...

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

THE TIMES ? RECISTER-Supplement. VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1S90. NO. 27. PROGRESSIVE SALEM. A GLANCE AT THE QUEEN CITY OP THE SOUTHWEST. Its ?&pid Ecvclspxncnt UnparallolcdL Activity in Building Its Industries, Schools, Charahos, Sto. | From the Iticlinioiut PisjuUHi.] Salkm, December (J, 1890. Less than a year ago Salem held the place in the public mind of a most beautifully situated, residental, and college town, whose* people ?could not be excelled for hospitality and whose hculthfulness was unsHrpassed. It had then a population of ?eighteen hundred souls; now its population numbers over four thousand, with the prospect?nay, almost the certainty?that within another year these last-named figures will he more than doubled. And what has wrought this change? What has made it in a few short months the industrial beehive it now is ? The answer does not involve the exercise of much mental labor. The people of Salem suddenly waked up to its own ad...

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

Mistakes cf a Day. HY Itl'TH ASHMOItK. N\ hen von laid your liettd down on your pillow at ni^lit yon know that it had been a day of blunder*. The tears came into your eyes and you wondered what you had done that made everything go wrong. My dear girl, you had made little mistakes by thoughtlessness; you had made the musie of life less sweet and done your host to make that little rift within the lute that, after awhile, would make all the beautiful musie of life quiet. You began the day by disputing at the breakfast table with vour brother about nothing; and you ended by saying very disagreeable things, making him feel uncomfortable and causing him to leave the table muttering, while your mother wondered why he should speak so to his sister. It was his sister's fault, Tor she expected everybody to give in to her ideas and felt wronged when they didn't. >'ext, when you went to practice and w? ?e in the midst of a beautiful sonuia, you were rciniud?\l ihat the dusting of the...

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

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., Fill?AY MORNING. DECEMBER 26. 1890, VOL. 25 l\?wt on' ? Tirrves-f^eg-loier, 5LISHED ?Y MORNING. ?t*. ?*S5??"'>' > ?*??'MLy**< ??. jAi^ VI AT .50 7 X A It, ? Striotly Cash in Advane^ (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAS, D. DKNIT & P. Q. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. .1 j Ba;?71 O. SHANKS, Insurance , \?$Mr 8A?^.-VA-ICE-With Frier. F1 (JritE Dk<1t. BifeifT rst-class line V :rgjiiia Fife au^MHri ue b ,nvt, w^u.ttr 11*33. n:ul <^h aat Bote! Lucerne, 8 A L K M, VIROINI A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the city. was oiiened under new management mi the 7tIt i?f March lust. mr 7-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. W. LOGA!*. J. A. FRANCIS. r OGAN & FRANCIS, R,eal Estate Dealers. NILKn, VIRGINIA orricB?Dillard Ac Persingcr's Building, College Avenue. Mr. John L. Burnett, n Notary Public,can found there. w. McAllister, Tonsorial Artist, ?M-iiii Street, Basement Hote...

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

?THE? (Timco FK1DAY. DECEMBER i.M5, istio. CHAS. I). DENIT. Euitou. 1* It A N !\ ti. \\ KHHKIt, Associ ATI'.. IS "AMB3RT CHRISTMAS TO YOU." Christmas is here, grand and jclorious season of rejoicing; the Reason when love, charity and peace should prevail, the time of all others when innocent mirth should reign unrestrained, for 'tis now we celebrate the birth ot 1 lie grandest era this old earth has ever beheld, and we have a right to be joyful. Family gatherings, re-unions of friends, and feasts and entertainment, are the order of the day, and care and trouble are banished, at least temporarily. Hundreds of our readers are blessed with happy homes, valued friends, average health and a fair portion of this world's goods, but even in our midst there are a few to whom this Christ mas time will seem dark and dreary, to whom the joy of others serins but a bitter mockery, and, kind reader, ere you enter fully into the enjoyment of your own peaceful holiday see if ill some way you cannot ...

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

--THE? FRIDAY. DECEMKEK 20, 1k?k>. Entered at the PoshitBee, in SaJom, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Pav Up. AH those iiulj'ited to the Trni s-Kt'-istbr will please cuino forward ami settle for jol> work, subseri|?tion, advertising, extra copies or uny other species of value received. Mr. J. M. Harlow,, our book-ke*q>er, is m>w making out accuuut*, and we desire to have theiu promptly settled. (jeutlcinen, "walk up to the Cup'11s desk and j>ay that thou owest." Miss Annie Swartz, late of Pennsylvania, fushlonahle drew and mantua maker,solicits the patronage of the ladies of Salem, rcsidence on Monteiro Addition. Notoo of Thanks. Mr. Webber, of the Timks-Reuistkk, returns thanks to bis kind friend. Col. A. M. llaas, of Louisiana, for a barrel of choice molasses made on the < 'olonrl's large sugar plantat on. Now Mr. Webber and all the little Webbers are having n big time on molasses and buckwheat cakes. Mr....

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

Senator-elect Gordon, at the battle of Seven l'ines, received three bullet wounds, und at Ant iftain he got two bullets in the leg, one in the arm, one in the shoulder, and one in the right cheek. He also had a horse killed under him, tin1 butt of liis pistol smashed, hi* canteen pierced, and his coat torn with bulIetk An I miiMMil noclor's ?*r**crl|?> I ion. I>r. I'. Henry, Chicago. III., wln? hub practiccd medicine many yearn savs: IJUif Spring lie un*?l ami pr?hcrilM'tl Clarke's Extract of Flaxtl'apillnn) Skin C'uro in 40 or ,'?o eases, ami never know a ease whore it (ailed to cure. ?? 1 know- of no remedy I can rclv on so implicitIv." Positive cure for all (lineages of the skin. Applied externally. Clarke's Flax soup is best for babies. Skii. flure $1.00. Soap 25 cents. At W. T. lounger's Drug Store. Dissolution Notice. Tl?c firm of Palmer ( on very, painter*, has this dav been dissolved by mutual eonsent, J. O. ll Palmer retiring. I>. A. Con ver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 December 1890

THE TIMES - RECISTER-Supplement VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1890. 29. CHRISTMAS HOLLY. The round bright sun in (lie west hung lu\v; It was old-fasldoned Christmas weather. I remember the ficl.ls were white with snow As wc stood by (hostile together. In the woods (be berries grow tbiek and ml; Yet I lingered and called it " Folly!" When you said with a stuilo : " Let us cross <he stile And gather some Christmas holly." Hut over the fields by the frozen brook \\ e went where the boughs were snrinkled With show; and deep in a sheltered nook The waterfall faintly tinkled. A brave little robin sung out in the cold : It was only young lovers' folly. Hut we listened so long to the redbreast's song That we almost forgot the holly. Then the light died out of the golden day. And the moon showed her silvery bow. And we never knew if our homeward way Lay through rose-leaves or drifted snow. One bright star shone in the pale elear sky ; And my mother said it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 December 1890

An Czark P.2mar.cc. ?? D'ye lak mo, Sue " Hurt) v oil, Jim." " How much, d'ye reckon " Oil, or good ileal." . w 1 ?ut how mucli, u?\v ?*' "Oh, or lot." '? llow'd ye like tor? "Oh, .lini!" "llow'd ye know what 1 war goin' tor say ?" '? I knowM." " What y " You know." " I was going tor ast ye ef jVd go or fishiir s'eveninY' " Ve wasn't, nut her." " Yes, I war." "Jim?" ? Hm !'? " Ye don't lak me," " Yes, 1 do, a heap." " No, ye don't." " 1 orter know." " How ?" '? WLv, Sue, didn't I jist ast ye tor git ready an* j " " Ye said ye war goiu' to ast me to go cr fisliin'." <? Sue ?" " What, Jim ?" ?' 1 didn't mean it." " Then what did ye mean ?" "Oh, Sue, quit yer fooli 11'an' go an* ast yer paw." !?Chicago Herald. A Test of Death. If most peoplo are afraid of anything, it is of being buried alive. That cases do happen where it is very difficult, even for the most experienced physioiau, to determine whether a person is really or only apparently dead without having resource to mea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 January 1891

VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY, 2 189* NO. 30' IS PFIH.ISIIF.D EVERY FH1DAY MORNING. AT *1.50 YK/VK, Strictly Cash in Advaiieo(<?r if |>ai<l wit hin tim e months. CHAS. I). DKN1T & F.U.WKHHKR, Owners and Publisher*. JQ C. SHANKS Insurance Agent, SALEM. VA., OFFICE?With Frier, Finke A Den it, frit/. Hlock. Represents a lirst-elavs lino of Fire, Life and Accident <'oinpanies. Vigiina F'.< and Marine Insurance ? '< in* i .my, "re;;!!!.. .1 >u? t otln ' S'a'e ? <u JOltUCtt. hi.courage 111unoenterprise. net .t-tf Sotel Lucerne, s A I. K M. V I It r, l n | A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House, located in the centre of the city, was opened under new management on the 7!h of .March last. mr 7-tf ,1. HAtHtY ("HA I'M AN*. W. MoALLISTKK, Tonsorial Artist, M-iin Street, Hasenn lit Hotel Lucerne.) :tT~ Ai.i. Wiiitk AnrisTH. Dum vivimus vivamus. feh7"!m-ly > Salem steam Planing Mills N. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 January 1891

CHAS. I). DKNIT, Bditoii. FltA N K' (i. W KBBEK, Assort vrB. THE NB"W TBx\H. The New ^ ear has come. The latest offspring of old Father Time?1HD1 - was born to day (January 1st) a lusty, blustering youngster of great promise. May lie " live long and prosper." Now is the time for good resolutions. Let all the old topers swear oil, all cigarette-smoking bovs quit the habit, all old bachelors resolve to get married, all the old maids vow to remain single, all real estate agents determine to keep up tlie reputation of their order by adhering in the future as in the past, to their noble motto: "Tell the truth, the whole truth, and noth1 ing but thtMrutlV let aH t"He loafers go to Work, and nil tin* dead boat* commit suicide, and the rest of the community will rejoice and 1891 be a year of gladness. The Timks Rkuistku takes oil its hat, pulls down its vest, smoothes its wrinkled front, and sends forth to its many readers and patrons a cordial New Year's Greeting. We feel in a good humor, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 January 1891

-THE ?imcsi - gUgiotcx. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1891. Entered at the Postotllce, in Salem, Va. 113 neond-clan matter. loc al affaip s Fair Warning, and the Last Call. ' For several week* we have called upon those indebted to the TiMK?-R?aisrrKR to come forward and settle, and to this call there have been a grout many responses; but there vet remains a large number who do not seem to nave paid any attention to it. To all such we desire to nay that if they do not receive any paper after this date it may be understood that they have been marked off our Uet for non-payment, and after a reasonable time, if not then paid, their accounts will be placed in the hands of an olHccr for collection. It is imperative that all the old bills due theTimks-Rkoioter be closed up, in order to make some contemplated changes in the business ; and it is our desire to settle with delinquents pleasantly if we can; but forcibly if we mi'ht. Until January 1st, 1891, 1 will sell some of the best bargains in furnitu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 January 1891

NICE THltiGS TO CUT. ' I have opened OH Fast MxJu StWl o|i|iOsit*> JOIIN M. (t.\KI.V'> Furniture Store a First-class line of CONFECTION ARIES, FOREIGN AND DOM ESTH1 Fill ITS. ASSORTED Nuts, NEW PEItSI AN DATES NH\V CITRON. NKW LAYER F1?:S, CALIFORNIA LAY HI! RAISINS, A SELECT ASSORTS! ENT OF TOYS, FRESH TAFFIES, FRENCH ANI) PLAIN CANDIES, and a large variety of Fancy Cakes and Pies Made Daily! Orders solicited for all kinds Of fancy Cakes and Piet?. E. 11. IK)LIN, Main St., - - ? Salem, Ya. (Opposite J. M. Oakey's Furniture Store.) Graves Neglected Rv not purchasing a niee set of Ml Tombstones or a Monument from the Salem Marble Works, of which W. It. RRIGllTWELL CO. arc proprietors. CEMETERY WORK 01 every description furnished on short notice. ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARRLE of t lie finest grades. We use tlie REST MATERIAL ami employ first-class workmen ami guarantee fat- . *?iction. OLITIC LIMESTONE constantly on liaml for all klmls of building work, such as is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 January 1891

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MOR ARY 9, 1891 K. ; ^ NO. 31. TTvmec-P^egictsr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.00 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. ( HAS. D. DENIT & P.Q.WEBBER, Owners Mini Publishers. D. O. SHANKS Insurance Agent, SALKM. VA., OFFICE?With Frier. Finite a Denit, CriU Block. l*enres?>nt* a first-class line of Fire. Life unit AcciUettl Cuiup>uut? .v.,, ponies. Kncournge home enterprise oet 3-tf ?otel Lucerne, S A L K M, VIKQINI A. (Formerly Duval House.) This House. located In the centre of the city, was ojM-iuxl under new management on the 7t 11 of March last. nirT-tf J. HARRY CHAPMAN. J) W. MCALLISTER, ToiiHorial Artist, Main Street, Basement Hotel Lucerne.) iff Am. Wiurt: Aktists. Duin vivimus vivainus. fel?7'90-ly ! N. HOC KM AN, X< IIITF.4 T : ?ND : RI'ILDKIt, Also Manufacturer <?f WINDOiV SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MANTKLS, BUACKKTS Buildings Balusters, Window ami Doo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 January 1891

?THElimes - fUgistcr. FRIDAY, JANUARY 0. 18U1. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, ASSOCIATK. good Draws. It will be gratifying news to most of our readers to learn that Mayor Younger, at the last Council meeting, yielded to the wishes of the citizens, withdrew liin resignation and consented to continue in office until the expiration of his term. But, with characteristic patriotism and honor, Mr. Younger would not listen to an advance of salary, and intends really to sacrifice his personal business for the public good, for the present. This is thoroughly in keeping with every act of Mr. Younger as Mayor; all personal foeling, ail self-interest is laid aside when transacting the public business, and if such true patriotism were exhibited by all our representatives what a happy and prosperous people we should be. But men of this stamp are rare, and as a rule are only to be found in private life ; yet, when at the head of public affairs, the people should keep them there. Apart fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 January 1891

?THIS? ? imcQ-voter. FRIDAY, JANUARY ?. 181(1. KuUifwi ?t the l'oetotilce, in Salem, Va. as mecond'i'kiis matter. LOG A-Tj AFFAIPS Fair Warning, and the Last Gall. l-'rtr s?>v?>ra! week* we have oalle?l upon those indebted t<? the TiMEs-KrotsrBR to come forward ami nettle, and to this* call there have been a great many res|M?uiies; but there vet remains a large number who do in it seem to have paid any attention to it. To all Hitch we desire to say that if they do not receive any pa|ier after this date it may be understood that they have l>ceti marked till* our list for non-iMtyment, ami after a reasonable time, if not then paid, their accounts will l?e placed in the hands of an officer for collection. It is im|>erative that all the old bills due the Times-Kroistkic be clotted up, In order to make some contemplated changes in the business ; and i? is our desire to settle with delinquents pleasantly if we can; but forcibly ik wk ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 January 1891

TilK LEADING flea 1 Es tate ?OFSalem, Va,, THE MANAGER OF THE LAKE SPRING LAND COMPANY. - THE HOCKMAN LAND COMFY, ?TIIE? WEST END LAND COMP'Y, AND AGENT FOR ALL THE in (I Compa'vs ?OK? SALEM, VA., Has for sale the most desirable Business and Residence Property ;ii all parts of tlie city. Will be a large and thriving City within the next few years, just as surely as the manufactured products of the mineral deposits in Southwestern Virginia continue to be used the world over. She offers 1111 par ailed advantages to investors, such a9 will bring HANDSOME PROFITS! within three months. Thousands of dollars have been made and millions of dollars will be made by investing in Real E Estate HERE. Particular care is paid to the INVESTMENTS ?OF? J)f on-f^czi dents. References?The Banks or any of the representative business men of Salem. New Grocery.; We have oj>encd on Ka*t Bridge, Main Street, Salem, Va., a nice line of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES! Provisions, Mutter, Eg>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 January 1891

f ,/sj2-v /^c^t * ?+.*~-<* . -/^ * <h4 ?*? *? ^ < VOL 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA? FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY J29, 1891 NO. 34 The Tvm.es-l^egisier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YEAR, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paWi within three months. CHAS. D. I>ENIT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. Januarv 1st, 1891# PAY CASH AND PROSPER! FRESH - STAPLE ?A If X>? Fancy Groceries -CALL ON? C.F. Blount CASH GROCER, 152 - - Salem Ave., - - 192 ROANOKE, VA. ? i Choice and fresh line of oranges, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, currants, citron, 25 cts. per pound; Cooking flgs, pine apple cheese, Switzer cheese, macaroni, 12$ cts. per pound; full cream cheese, 15 cts. per pound ; apricots, peaches, potato chips. London layer raisin*, 18 cts. |>er pound, three pounds for 50 cts.; best layer lip', 18 cts. per pound, three pounds for 50 cts.; orange peel, lemon peel, full assortment of bottled and canne...

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