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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 January 1891

FRIDAY. JANUARY :??. l*?t. ("HAS. I). DKNIT, Kihtou. FRANK O. WKBBKR. Assort vrK. ' ? gist? - ~^3 ' ? TUB CALBM IMrBOVBMBNT COMPANY. Ill this Issue of the Ti.mks-Rkuis-tkr we publish in full the report and financial statement presented by President J. W. F. Allemotig to the stockholders of the Salem Improvement Company at the annual meeting on the 22nd inst. A careful examination of accounts will convince any one that the alTairs of the company have been judiciously and economically managed, and that it is in a healthy and prosperous financial condition. Beginning with lands cost ing in the aggregete loss than $80,000 the company has recei%'ed from assessments on its capital stock $00,000, and from all other sources $220,453.82, | while its actual assets, including ne-1 gotiable notes secured by deeds of trust, amount to $.">08,751.58. A con servative estimate, including the estimated value of lots unsold, places the total assets of the company at $1,044,348.58. When we b...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 January 1891

-THE? lirocjs - FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 18U1. Entered at the lYwrtoffloe, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. C-.OOA-I-. AFFAIP8 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF hh a candidate nt the coming election in May. for ASSESSOR of the First district and illicit the suffrages of the voters of same, promising strict fidelity in the discharge of the duties of the ottlce, if elected. jnnWMf B. F. THOMAS. Estray Coir. There is at the Salem Dairy one white cow (estray) which the nwntr can get by proving her. i?ying for this advertisement and costs of keeping her. It Lost.?A pale red cow, white spot in her forehead, white between and back of the front leg*, also very small white spot below the hip on right side, having, when she left home, a rope tied around the horns. Any one delivering her to the owner will be rewarded. B. F. Wins, Ml Fifth Ave.. N. W., Roanoke Va. A new upright ?t octave piano, in rosewood or ebonissd case, can be had at the Hobbie Muslc.On's,Lynchburg Va., Roanoke Va.. and Knoxvttffc T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 January 1891

1 fl I |'? I ??lT A x l? I It I M.wa*. .lli v. II. N. Shrout. I'astor L'nltl'd Bmlirin Chureli, lilue Mound, Kan." Bays: "I ft el it my duty to tell what wonders I>r. king.s New Discovery has done for inc. My Lungs were badly (litiettM'd, ami my jmrisliioners thought I could liveonlyn few week?. I took live bottles of l)r Kind's New Discovery ami am found well, ^ainin^ 2# lbs. in weight/* Arthur hove, Manairer Ix>vei8 Funny Folks ('ouibination writes:" After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, I am confident l>r. Kind's New I >iseoverv tor ('onsumpt ion. beats 'em all. and cures when everything else The greatest kindness I can do mv many tlmus-iiid friends is to urge them to try it." Free trial bottles at W.T. Y<tuugcr'?* l>rug Store. Regular Sizes 50e. and $1.00 A lively vouug lady avowed that she was going to give up flirting and be serious ' after this season." The old physician who was honored with this eont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 6, 1891 NO. 35. The Times-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 V'KAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. I). DENIT & P.G.WEBBER, Owners uud Publishers. 10,000 TONS Chestnut Oik Bark WANTED. THE SALEM TANKING COMPANY are now prequired to oositrac for cash wit!: wlu? .Till IW una flop a prirtfe ?iu.->lity of Wa Oik IWk. during the coming eeason. " ? " For further particttlar* and information write to or call on J. C. 8PHCHT, Manager, Salem, Va.. or LEAS A MoVITTY, Philadelphia, Pa. Janao>8t8 N. I). BARNKTT. p. r. BARNKTT W. H. MENDRXHALL. N. D. BARNETT & CO. N. D. Burnett and B. S. llarnet, an?l W H. Memlenhall t have associated themselves under the rtrm name of BARNKTT A (X)., for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT 8ALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem I.and Companies. We give s|>ecial attention to the preparation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

-THE? STimcs - *.\ce\btcv. I'M 1I > A Y, FEBRUARY lHttl. ( HAS. i). I)KNIT, EnnoiC FRANK Q. WEBBER, Ashh?i vik. Nl1 M ? ? '? A : - V ? i, - v : - ? ' ? ~ TTNrAHALLELLED XBCOSD 0? SUECTA1TTIAL DEVELOPMENT. Some Idea of the rapid iucrease in tho value of property in our growing city, may be gained from the condi tion of the Salem Improvement (.'0111panv, which was organized October 2. 1S8H. About WMI acres of hind was purchased for lens than $80,000; stock to the amount of $300,000 was issued, and only two assessments of 10 per cent, each were called. The llrst sale ^ ?of lots, December 11th,was so success ful that a dividend of 80 per cent, was declared, making the stock fully paid up. December 21, The flnan cial statement presented to a recent meeting of the stockholders shows actual assets of #508,751; surplus,above j all liabilities, $405,231; total assets, including a conservative estiiuateof the . value of unsold property, $1,644,348. Notwithstanding the large amount ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

?THE limes - JUgistrr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY fl. 1891. Ktiwrn! ut the l'oitoffloe, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF ns h candidate nt the coming election in May. fur AS8E8NOU of the Fir>t <lij?trict and solicit the suffrages of (he voters of same, promising strict fidelity in the discharge of the duties of the office, if elected. jaiil?-tf H. F. THOMAK. WK RK8P1ICTKULLY ANNOUNCE to the voters of Saletn District that Mr. H. A. FORSYTHK will Im? voted for for CONSTABLE of Saleiu District, ut tbenext May election, IWtl. We think him a man fully competent to till the office, and if elected will do it faithfully, l^uick collections and promjtf returns. Your* Resnectfhlly. Mart Votkrs. " Those who in quite ntUUd, si: still and do nothing." Hut what should they do if annoyed by catarrh ? Why, use Old haul's Catarrh Cure. Many of our young married people don't know what a blearing Dr. Hull's Habv Syrup is until the youngest is abl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

Proaona?*e?t Hopflm, Yel ???%% ??l. From a letter written l?y Mrs. Ada E. lltml, of (iroton, S. 1)., we quote : ,l W'w* taken with a bail cold, which settled on mv liuno1. duiKhw^t in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors jrave me up saving I could live hut a short, time. 1 gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, 1 would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get l>r. kind's New Discovery for con sumption* coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all ei^lit bottles: it has cure*I me and thank tlod I am now a well and heartv woman." Trial bottles free at W. T. Younger'* drug store, regular si/e, .">0 cents ami one dollar. A Short Honeymoon. On the 2Jld instant Kev. I. S. Anderson, of Jonesville, Leecountv, Va., married J. M Parsons and Miss MolUe A. MUm. The ceremony was per* fortuiMl at H o'eloek in the evening, And at miUiduht the groom was a corpse. He was 111 of pneumonia at the t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

TIMES - REQISTER-Supplement. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6. 1891. A STRANGE MARRIAGE. Si Collins was out of work. In common with many others, for reasons not necessary to enter upon, he hud been idle for some time. He was almost out of money?-fifty-cents is not much. But he was not out of hope. He was so determined to put his shoulder to the wheel that he could not believe that there would not soon he a wheel to shoulder. Now on this Saturday afternoon, with everything at a standstill, he knew that there would be no use in standing before closed doors or of loitering iu empty yards, so he made up his mind to have n holiday, and all that sweet, sunny afternoon to pretend to himself that he had nothing to worry about. There was music in the park; there were seats to sit. upon. A man could eat live cents' worth of soda crackers as well there as elsew here. In fact, they made quite a neat little lunch. On Sunday he would buy a paper and get every item in the column* headed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 February 1891

An Ey? For an Eye. 44 You see," said &Q old timer us j ho silt in a northern Wiscoasin land ottice a few days ago, " the people up there have Law and justice these days, but it was not so always. He was a pre-erapter of Clark county and well posted. "It was way back some fifty years ago that many outlaws made their homes m the dense woods up there. And when Henry Hoskins and his young wife and two children came np here to settle and clear up a farm for an honest life the gang soured on him aud kept up such a warfare that Hoskins finally retorted against one of the gang. " So one afternoon seven of the gang, Hugh Boden, John CJi 1 roy, Sam Ijeukin, Will Beard si ey, Duke Thomas, Syl Wordtn, snd Iks brother Hank, got a surprise party on Husking. They bound him to a tree, and in the presence of his wife and children, laid the lash on his back most unmercifully. The pleadings of tho poor wife were in vain. So sound or murmur escaped the lips of Hoskins. Finally, either by ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 February 1891

SALEM. TKc Tvmec-[Register. I^% PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 YKAlt, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHAN. 1). DENIT & P. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 10.000 TONS Chestnut < hik Bark WANTKII. THE SALEM TANNING COMPANY arc now prepared to contract for cash with jwirties who will Peel ami Ship a prime quality of Chestnut Oak Bark (luring the coining season. For further i?articulars an?l information write to or call >n J. C. SPECJIT, Manager, Salem. Va.? or LEAS <fc McVITTY, Philadelphia. Pa. JanSMts N. D. BARNKTT. 11. 8. HAKNKTT W. II. MENUKNIIAI.I.. 1). BARNKTT & CO. N. 1>. Harnett ami It. 8. Burnet, ami \V. H. Mendcnhall t have associated themselves under the firm name of BARNKTT ft CO,, for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT SALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem Kami ComjMinii's. We give special attention to the preparation of deeds, and protect our customer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 February 1891

-THE (Timer, -^{cfliotcv. PKIOAY, FEIlllU AltY l:?. 1??1.. rii.\s !>. 1>EN1T, F.iutok. Fit A N U i.. WEBBER, Assuciatk. ,?.? . SALEM rEVELOrMENT COMPANY. I'.lsew here in this issue will befouml the report of the President of the S dein Poveloj ment Company from tV date of its organization, January 27th, Issmi, to January 1st, 1WH. Tin* showing i? a most remarkable one ami speaks volumes for the energy ami skill with which its affair* have been handled. As will he seen, its assets in real I estate are $755,548.61; on stock ac count, bill- receivable, woter works. &.C., #2' l.tik'i.lU. n.-u^ainst tot-il liabilities of SJU127.0827.N5, leaving net usscts of *712,561.57. i From estimates of valueof property on hand, its cost, the amount of stock issued and cancelled, the present value or stock is for every dollar invested. The report also shows the important industries already located ami the large amount expended for permanent improvements, which make a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 February 1891

?THE? lime* - mtetet. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1891. Entered at the Puetofflce, in Salem. Vu. as second-class matter. LOOAL APFAIP S WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANnounco Mr. JAMES S. YEAT-i m an* as a candidate f<>r OonunMoner of the Revalue for the Pint (Salem) i>istri<t at the election to be held on the fourth Thurs- ] day in May, lss>l. f?-l> 1 :t 1 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELFj iis a candidate at the coining dec tion in Mav, for ASSESSOR of the First distriotendsolicitlh< suffrages of the voters of same, promising strict fidelity in the discharge of the duties of the otHce, if elected. janlG-tf B. F. THOMAS. WK RK8i?KCTPULLY ANNOUXCK to the vot**re of Salem District that Mr. II. A. FOKSYTHK will be vote<l for for CJON8TABLE of Salein District, at thenext May elect ion. ltJM. We think him a man fully competent to till the otlice, and if elected will do it faithfully. Quick coilections and prompt returns. Yours...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 February 1891

A lisgraced Lover's Awful Suicide. JVvitHY, iMi, February William ltru<lloy, n ctibuuui. w:w< discli^rt^t on account of il#uoUrui'!*. He vri'iit to >?v It is n\( I'tlionrt. I'Ut in his ineItriatod cotulition. site wonWl have nothing to <lo with him, ami ho proceeded to Iter lootlier s blacksmith shop, Invited .111 iron rod hot. tit ted it in a vise ami thou pressed against it. Tito gloaming weapon penetrated 11is hotly ami ho will die. lie Ilad Erawn Tv:o Many Dividends. A beggar, whoso fiioo liailhoon a f.i miliar one on the stroot for sovoral years, applied to otn> of his fre?ptent benefactors tor employment. " So you air ?i11tr t?> work, oh?" said tho person applied to. " Yet- ; I'm tired ot begging.*' finest i*f it pay ?'* ?? No. sir. Tho milk of human kimlnoss is so watered, thoso days, it don't tloolaro any dividends." lloavoti is a vory longdistance from any nuin who prefers to lot hogs ami ami honf OMHmv his f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 February 1891

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. rpn <T?" O ? 1 r*c i xmes-ryegxstsr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT |1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cm?l> in Advanco(or $2 if paid within three months. CIIAB. I>. DKN1T& F.tt. WtiliBKK, Owners and Publishers. 1 * i IO.OOO TONS Chestnut Dak It irk WANTED. THE SALEM TANNING COMPANY arc now prepared to contract for cash with parties who will Peel and Ship a prime quality of Chestnut Oak Hark during the coming season. For further particulars ami information write to or call on J. C. SPECHT, Manager. Salem, Va., or LEAS .t McVITTY, Philadelphia. Pa. jan'VK-8ts N. D. BARNSTT. B. H. BARSKTT W. H. MKNDKNUALL. D. BAHNETT & CO. N. I), liarnctt and B. 8. liar net. and W. H. Mcndenliall t have associated themselves under the firm name of HA UN KIT' ?& CO., for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT SALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem Land Companies. We give special attention to the prepar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 February 1891

?Til k? (Timeo - ^Urjistcr. FRIDAY, FKBRl'ARY 1w>1. ( HAS. d. DKN1T, Editor. FRANK <i. WEBBER, AssocivtK. $lkt nft' HONEST AITS 3HAVE. The rcc-riit letter of Mr. Cleveland to the chairman of the great antifree coinage mooting at Cooper t'nion on the night of the 13th, created a groat stir in political circles, and brought from many prominent Democrats. including neatly all the Vir ginia Congressmen, an expression that this letter had killed Mr. Clove-i land's chances for the next presidential nomination. A reaction has taken place, and the press is now eulogizing the man "who would rather ho right than president," and whilst those same prominent men may he opposed to Mr. Cleveland's views on the silver question, there is no doubt that they wished they had not been quite so hasty, for though the Democratic masses favor free coinage, yet the sterling honesty and courage of Mr. Cleveland elevate him far above any statesman of the present day. PHILANTHROPY. Dickens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 February 1891

?TUB? !imc$-lUgtetct. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY *>, 1*91. Entered at the I'oetofflce, in Saleni, Va. as second-class matter. local afpaips Announcement.?i take this method of announciiur inyHMlf H candidate tor the office of COM MISSION KR OK THE RKYK.NVK, for the first (saleni) district, at the election to tie held on the r.'i.K.DMAN. WI-: ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANiioui.ee Mr. JAMES S. \ EATMAN as a candidate for Commissioner or the Revenue f?>r the Kirst (^lem) District at the election to he held on the fourth I fill reday in May. K'l. ??? I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF as a candidate at the coming election in May, for ASSESSOR of the Kiret districtand solicit the suffrage* of the voters of same, promising strict fidelity in the discharge of the duties of the'office, if jaiilG-tf B. K- THOMAS. WK HKSI'BCTPULIiY ANNOUNCE to the voters of Salem District that Mr. 11. A. KOR8YTHK will he voted for for CONSTABLE of Salem Bistort, at the next May election,1891. We think him a man full...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 February 1891

tiik rut mi* m ki?. lVrliaps you arc run down, can't eat. (Mii't sleep, can't think, can't d<> anything to your satisfaction, ami you wonder wlwit nils you. You should hood the warning, you arc taking the lirst step into nervous prostration. You iiee< 1 a nerve tonic and in Klcctri** Hitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and the liver and kidneys resume healthy ac tivn. Tr> uUittlc. Prit e iocenlV. at \V. T* Yon???;f?r's Drug Store ItufiiVriiieii Srtlvc The liest salve in the world toreuts, bruises, sort's, idcern, salt rheum, fever so:x.-. tetter, <*Uapped bands, chilhlaiut corn*, and all skin ernp tious, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price ii5 cents pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 February 1891

VOL.25. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1891 NO. 38 ThwS Tvm.es-I^egisicr.. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $1.50 ? K Alt, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if |>aid within three mouths. CIIAS. 1). DEN IT & F.G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 10,000 TONS Chestnut Oak Bark WANTED. THE SiLEM TANNING COMPANY are now ]>repared to contract for cash with j parties wlic Will Peel and Ship a primtFor further particulars and information i write to or call on J. C. SPECHT, Manager. Balem, Va.. or LEAS <fc McVITTY, Philadelphia, Pa. janSO-tits 1*. D. I1AHNKTT. B. S. IIAKNKTT W. II. MENDEMIALL. N, 1). HARNETT & CO. N. 1). Barnett and B. 8. Barnet, and \V. H. Mcmlenhall t have associated themselves under the firm name of BARNETT j A CO., for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT 8ALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem I<and Companies. We give special attention to the preparation of deed*, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 February 1891

FRIDAY, FKBKl'AKY ,'T. 1WU. CI I AS. I). DION IT, Kihtok. FRANK WKHHF.K, Associatk. 3ALEM IN THE LEAD AGAIN. Remarkable Sales of Salern Property. N?? better evidence could 1??? given of Salem's rapid growth ami sulldity than Is offered l?y the fact that from the 13th to the 28rd inst., the Salem Improvement Company alone sold over $10u,(MM) worth of property. Secretary McCommon informed the Timks Kkuistkk representative yen-; tenlay that last Friday the Company determined to place 011 sale the tw?^tv-two dwelling houses built| some time ago by them <>n Tennessee, j Delaware ami Indiana streets, and to receive the stock of the company at *:io per share in payment for theiu. Accordingly the price list was made out and posted tip at 3 o'clock on Friday evening, and by 10 o'clock Saturday morning the entire twentytwo houses and lots had been sold for t lie sumof$4 l,0<N>.or an nverageof|ti?,0oo each. "And we could easily have sold as many more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 February 1891

?THElimcsi - ^ctjistcr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1891. Knu-rwi ut the Post ofllce, in Salem, Va. <18 second-class mutter. LOCAL AFFAIPS W K ARK AUTHORIZED TO AN nounoe MR. JOHN H. QAR8T a candidate for the ottlce of Commissioner of the Revenue for Salem District, at the election on the fourth Thursday in May, 1891, subject to the Democratic convention, if one be held. To the voters of Roanoke County : I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF as ii OUdldnte for the office of CLERK of the County and Circuit Courts of Roanoke countyi at the election to be held on the 4th Thursday in May next, to till the unexpired term of said ofllce. Respectfully, feb'27-tde WM. focCAlJLEY. AT THE SOI-I CITATION OP many friends, I hereby announce myself a candidate for SHERIFF of Roanoke county, and a*k the suffrages of the v*i1mTtftMjM't Itfffmtlim if elected to (kithtally and honestly discharge the duties incumbent upon me. Flection tt I? Thursday in Mav next. Very respectfullv, feb2V-Ulc O. A. HUBBFRT. I AN...

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