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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 February 1891

M? i ll M luo. \\V <k itto any t ? ?>ur citi/ons, that for v? an# wo 1i?*n ?* Iuhmi H'llinj* Dr. K.i < :'i ',' W 1 >in* very for <'oiiMim t ' . I'r t 111k ^ *'?? v I if?x Pills Itiu-K ? ? Vniii i Naive and l'leotrie Hii-.-i- and luivo never lia ml It'll rem <?Ii< t li it m II :m well. or that linve tri*???? such universal satislaetion. \\. do not In Kitato to giuirnntee them every time, and we stand ready to rci'mul tin* purchase price, if nat?-faetorv results do nut follow their in \ The>? r? medies have won their gren p'opnla'rity purely on their merits. \Y. T. Younger, Drug gi?t. How He Caught Ilia, ' n J'ui looking for," t?uid ilu <2fi?< tlvei. hi ik-lew to the conductor. " travels sometimes as an actor. I have reason to think he is in this ear." The detective threw an egg against the door at the opposite end of the car, where it broke with a dull, sickening thuSf _#? ? ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 March 1891

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA? FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 6, 1891, NO. 39; TKe Tvm.es-c9*i.oicr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 VKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN1T & F.Q. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 10,000 tons Chestnut Oak B rk WANTED. THE SALEM TAKlPtt COMPANY iu o now pryputtru u> ooutfmu fiix with <io w.Ji and Ship ? jcUpo vjnaiitj-of <*h?us?tn, C?ak ilurk dimnjtlh# cotuhiir *o.sfocs. - For further particulars and information write to or call on J. C. 8PECHT, Manager. Salem, Va.. or LEAS it McVITTY, Philadelphia, Pa. janSO-Oa N. D. HARNETT. B. B. BAKNETT W. H. MSNDKIUALL. I). BARNETT & CO. N. I). Harnett und B. S. Barnet, and W. II. Mendenhall t have associated themselves under the firm name of BARNETT A 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 preparation of d...

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

-Tin: (Times - ilUgiotcr. FRIDAY. MARCH <5 1N?1. CI I AS. P. DENIT. Kpitoii. FRANK <i. WKMliKit. A?im i \tk. 3EU0CXIATIC CONVENTION In another column will bo found a (?nril from I). T. Martin, chairman of t lu? I ' xttHitivv (kuuiuittw of J lie I >eiu-o?-ratic party of Roanoke county, call ing tii cou vent ion of tin* Democrat i<* party to nominate candidates for county offices for tlt?* May election. Dot every Democrat see to it th-it li?? attends the ?K|nventiou and does nil in* c.iii ti> uphold tlx* chairman in this important matter. WE MT73T HA73 IT. Everyone in Salem is interested in the possible location of the great Ellis & l^ssig Steel plant in our midst, and we wish we could say with ecr taintv tliar the neeecsary money for its removal here had all been raised. The public has subscril>ed fairly well, but the companies have not all been heard from, and it is actually necessary that they come prompt...

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

?THE iimcjs-Jlcgistet. FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 181)1. Entered at the I'ostoffloe, in Salem, Vn. its second-class matter. LOOAL A.F1FJ?TJR& Wi; AUK AUTHORIZED HY THE * ? friends Maj. NV. W. Mallard to announce him as a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of Roanoke county at the approaching May election. mchU 1 ANNOUNCE M YSELF AS ACAN(liito for the office of SH ERIFF of Roanoke county. Klection 4th Thursday in May. Subject to the Democratic convention, if one be held. inchG-tde J. F. HARTIGAN. ~\\[ E ARE authorized TO ANnounce Mr. U. W. Zirkle as u candidate for SH Kitl FF of Roanoke county at the elect on to lie held on the 4th Thursday in May, 1881. 1EDWARD JETER ANNOUNCES li HIMSELF AS A CANDIDATE for Commissioner of the Revenue for the Salem and Catawba magisterial districts, subject to the convention to be held on the third Monday in March, 1891. Head letter in another column. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN tt nottnee MR. JOHN H. OARST a candidate for the oflice of Commissioner...

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

A Han Who It Seldom Loved. loine ill-tornin??n loved |iot only beyond th#ir dt?s<*"tM but beyond what one might think possible. )Vrliu|? this is because they make up for their dofeets by an unusual warmth of alTeetion; hut there is one description of ill tempered man who i< ni'vcr liked, whether lie receives a dutiful affection or not, t?ud that is the 111:111 who always insists on having his own way. A passionate man is not nlwav*. perhaps not often, in a rag*'; a sulky follow is not perpetually sulky, but an exacting man is con tinually irritating. There are people who qu' *tIy. and perhaps good huuioredly, but with lixed uetcriuitMitiou, Jnsist tluU other f>??o)iJo*>i preferences *IihL giwway to heirs; and who, if they are thwart ed. make themselves inlhiitely disa greeable. A man of this stamp may have many good quulities; he may be respected, but he cannot he loved. Not even his nearest relations can avoid farting n certain constraint...

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

THE TIMES - EEGISTER-Supplement VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6. 1891. 39. A ROMANCE OF LABOR. The unwritten romance of real life far excels in beauty and instruction anything that simple fancy ever imagined^ and 1 have had only to keep my eyes and ears open, as I went up and down in the world, to fill the storo house of memory with many a strange drama. The following true incident was brought to my memory this morning, while listening to the rebellious words of a young man who could not sec his father's wisdom in desiring him to learn a trade. " It will make a common innu of me, father," he said querulously ; 44 1 shall be a* dirty as a blacksmith, and have.hands like a coalheaver." 44Aud if you think, Fred, that wearing line clothes and having white hands make you a gentlemai^let me tell you, sir, you are now a very common man indeed, to begin with. A good trade might help you to truer notions of gentleiuanhood." Then 1 looked at the handsome fellow?for he was ha...

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

Honest. A gentleman who passes the sum* iner some fifty miles from Philadelphia pays 11 tribute to the honesty of the Quaker lady with whom he hoarded. He passed several weeks at her house, and when the time eame for him to leave he packed up his belongings, paid his bill, ami said goodbye, leaving the house by the stage coach, which, iu primitive fashion, was to take him to the nearest railway station. The stage stopped for a few moments at the village postofficc while the mail was made up, and the gentleman sitting on the box saw his landlady coming down the street. The driver came out and mounted to his place, but the Quakeress made sigus to him to wait, and in a moment she was at the side of the stage coach. I found t his in my dressing table," she said, extending; something wrappod in a wisp of paper. " What is it ?" the gentleman asked, it being rather difficult to reach down to where she stood. She unrolled the wisp of paper with the greatest gravity, and showed a discarded &...

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

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VAj, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13, 1891. NO. 40; Tke Tvm.es-^egxsier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT #1.50 YKAR, Strictly Cash in Advanc?(or$2 If paid within three months. C5IIA8. D. DENIT & P.O. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 10,000 TONS Chestnut Oak Btirk WANTED, THE SALEM TABM COMPANY are now prepared to contract for cash with nnrtift who will I'ecl and Ship a prime quality of Chestnut Oak Fsrk dnrmg the < timing season. For further particulars and Information write to or call on J. C. SPECHT, Manager. Salem, Va.. or LEAS & MoVITTY, Philadelphia. Pa. janSO Ms J*. D. BAKNKTT. B- 8- BARNKTT W. It. MSKDKNHAI.L. D. BABNETT & CO. N. P. Barnett and B. S. Barnet. and \V. H. Mendenliall t have associated themselves under tho firm name of BARXETT & CO., for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT SALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem I>and Companies. We give special attention t...

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

?THE(Times - ^ciuo l 111 DAY, MARCH 13 1H5U. Oil AS. I). DEN IT, 13ditok. FRANK <i. WEBBER, Associate. CLOW RrCEUITINO. I'niU'd officers stationed at Lynchburg mul other important Southern points report an almost ontin' failure in their efforts to secure enlistments in the regular army. This is proof that the youug white men of V he South of sound mind and health are already well employed in more desirous and profitable occupations, and tliat the future of the South offers to them far better prospects than poor pay aud rugged duties in the regular army. It shows also, that they a re eontented at home atuoug their relatives and friend*, are not of a roaming or a venturous turn of mind, and that even to " go West" is no longer any great attraction to them, as in former days. Inthepostofllee here will be seen a recruiting notice stuck, like a fly paper, to the wall to catch the "suckers but let anyone read the wages and terms of service, and he will see that a job on public ...

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

?THEFRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1891. Entered at the Postofflce, in Salem, Va. us second-class inuttpr. LOCA.L WE A RE AUTHORIZED TO ANnounce l>. E. KEPAUVER as a candiiliitt* for Commissioner of t !?** Hove ni|p for the mvoikI district, (<'ave Spring and HIr i.ick) ?t the election tn bo h?d mi the 4th Thursday in May next. tde WT E ARK AUTHORIZED BY THE v v triemls of Maj. W. W. Ballard to annouiiec him as a candidate for Common wealth's Attorney of Hoanoke county at the approaching May election. nichti I ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A CANdate for the office of SHERIFF of Hoanoke county. Election 4th Thursday in May. Suluect to the Democratic convention, if one he held. nu li'i t !<- J. F. HARTIOAK. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nounee Mr. G. W. Zirkle iv* a candidate for SHERIFF of Roanoke county x?t the elect on to he held on the 4th Thursday in May, I KOI. I? L)WARD JETER .A N NOUNCES I* HIMSELF AS A CANDIDATE for Commicaloncr of the Revenue for the Salem and Catawba magi...

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

ilulos For a Long Lifo. A Ctutadhtn elerjrynmn. who is lialo ami In-arty at 7S years of ?{?e. gives ? rule* whieh It iv?? governed liis life . The use of plain f?><>d with plenty of fruit. lVrsonul cleanliness hy frequent ah illations from head to foot. I'l.nnel next (lit* skin tin* year round. graduated according to season, air exercise every ?lav. Ventilation of sleeping room sum tiicr aial winter. Eight hour's sleep oarli day. Still Another. An improved cigarette machine,devipidhy.l. V. Hohaunon. of Washiio ton. patented Inst July, lias been purchased I?y Haltiieore and New York partie*, who have orguitud a I company with a capital of $UHK).tMK? I t?? manufacture these machines in Baltimore. The model and the llrst uiachitio u ert? littule at Staunton, Vji. The l'Ui^hast ih are said to have paid (MM) lor the ownership of the patent* obtained in this and many for eign count ries. Il)\|ir|)siii mill l.itcr 4 ????*|? 1 >? <i?. I...

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

? VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNT?, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1891. NO. 41; The Tx-mec-f\?9*ioier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAlt, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three mouths. CHAS. 1). DEN IT & P.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. 10,000 TONS Chestnut Oak B:u*k WANTKD. TH? SALES! TANNING COMPANY are now prepared to contract for cash with parties who will Peel and Ship n p-ime, ?j utility of Chcatnut Oak Berk uur u^tlie coming leason. ' For further jwrtictilars and information write to or call on J. C. SPECIIT, Manager. Salem, Va.. or liEAS McVITTY, Philadelphia, Pa. jan30-8ts K. l>. BARNETT. B. 8. BARNKTT W. It. MKNDKKHAM-. N D. BARNETT & CO. N. I>. Barnott and B. S. Unmet, ami W. H. Mendenhall t have associated themselves under the Arm name of BARNETT & CO., for the purpose of conducting the Real Estate BUSINESS AT SALEM, VA. Agents for all Salem Land Companies. We give special attention ...

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

?THK? 1 imco - jftrgtatcY. FKIPAY, MAKCH '.><>. 1801. Oil AS. I>. DKNIT. Kiutok. FUANK <i. WKHHBH. Assort atk. OUR COUNTY TICKET. Nominated by Itoanoke County Penmcrats to be Klcctwl ON THT7ESBAT.. MAT 20, 1301. For Clerk of Courts, \VM. McCAl\LEY. For Sheriff, <?. W. XIKKI.K. !'? r Commonwealth's Attorney, W. \V. BAI.I.AKP. Fur Treasurer, <?F.O. M. Ml'SK. For Commissioners of the Ucveniu'. 1 >t District?.IN<>. II. (iARST. 2nd " ?D. K. KEFAl'VEIt. OUE TICKETWe place at our must head to-day the mi lues of the gentlemen nominated Inst Monday by vthe Demoeratic convention for the various county offices to bo filled at the May election, and with pleasure commend them to the voters of tin? county. They are all men of sterling worth, and will make officers that will do credit to our county. They deserve to be elected and will be. CZIAIEMAN BOWMAN. The'election of Col. A. M. Bowman...

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

?THE ^imco - ilctjiotcr. FRIDAY. MAIICII 20, 18U1. Entered at tin' Postoffiw, in Salmi, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIRS WE AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANuoutico U. 13. Fitzverald as a candidate for re-election to the office of Commissioner of the Revenue for the First District of Roanoke county. At the solicitation or many friends, 1 hereby announce mys If a candidate for SHERIFF of Roanoke county, an<l ask tbe suffrages of the voters of same. promising if elected to faithfully and honestly discharge the duties incumbent u)Kin me. Klwtiun Itli Thursday in Mav next. Very respectfully, feb27-tde 15. A. HUMBERT. XYTE ARK AUTHORIZED TO AN tt nounce Mr. JAMES 8. YBATMAN as a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue for the First (Salem) District at the election to he held on the fourth Thursday in May, i^^oi. febl'i WK HK8rKCTKULliY ANNOUNCK to the voters of Salein District that Mr. II. A. FORSYTHK will be voted for for CONSTABLE of Salem District, at thcucxt May election,I '...

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

Beware of Fatigue. Vatitcuo should not l>e (rcatwl as u li^ht matter. Women ??ft??n say : "I iiin perfoctly well, only I get tired easily." Then von are not perfectly well. You need rest, care anil possibly medical treatment. Try tin* rest 11 ?**~t and set your mind free from worries ami restraint*. Witli the rest, take nourishing food, not tonics of necessity, but instead ??f waiting until lutielieou take a cup of beef ten during the forenoon ; between luneli eon and dinner an egg lemonade or a glass ?>f milk and a cracker. Oo not exact from yourself work which you do not feel equal to; make a rulet.'j lit* down two hours each afternoon, 1 and go to bed early. Keen this treat incut up for three months, with all the out of door life that you ft ?1 equal to. and you will realize what rest can do. The tired feeling mean* that you need r?>st; it is as sure an indication as that a clock needs w ruling when it runs down. Bad ttoalh. The Baltimore Sun says...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1891

THE TIMES - RECISTER-Supplement VOL. 25. SALEM, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. 1891. 1TSXT ? A row of human forms. With fares upturned, white, Arrayed in shroudsand motionless, I saw one fateful night. The group who sat around And talked 011 slight pretext, Could not conceal their questioning? Whose turn will happen next ? Was battle Held in view, Where shot and shell had ceased? Dissecting room or hospital, Where souls had been released? Were tenants of the Morgue Uplifting mute appeal That charity's swift burial Might sanction loss of zeal. Oh, no; 'twas none of these Impatient gaze enslaved? The forms were in the barber shop And slowly being shaved. maryTiaVenhl. "Hop-picking?" said young Durell, he took a rosy August apple from his pocket, and fed it leisurely to the beautiful white horse agaiurt which he leaned. " Why, yes, it is rather a romantic business, if you look upon it from a romantic point of view. You're an artist, eh ? Come to sketch our little bits of rustic sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1891

[From the Roanoke Times ] (OLLEUfe 4VE!?rr, NVII AT A WALK l?o\VN SALKM's lUtOAPWAY reveals. The Times Bureac, \ Hotel Lucerne, Salem, Va. | A more magnificent avenue, and one more handsomely set off by splendid and costly structures can not Ik; found in any of the booming cities of Virginia than College avenue, c.f Salem. The passenger who alights from the Norfolk and Western train at the new passenger depot, which is on this avenue, and which was built at a cost of $20,000, is wonderstruck at the beauty of this avenue. It is macadamized al! the way from the depot to Main street, a distance of about one mile, besides being nicely paved with brick the greater part of t he way. A hundred yards above the depot is the two-story brick store of Baxter Logan, built at a cost of about $3,500. I he new Hotel Salem, now Hearing completion, is the next building, and is by fur the most imposing of any of the now buildings of the city. It was built at a cost of $05,000, and is si master-piece o...

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

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 27, 1891. NO. 42; Tke T-um.cc-Rcgictcr. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.00 Y K A It, Strictly ('ash in Advance(?>r $2 if paid within three months. CHAS. I). DEN IT & F.O.WEBHER, Owners and Publisher*. IMNTORN. J^R. T. M. HAIR1 >. PIIYRH'IAN AND SVROEON. OrricB?In t'oinp's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - SALEM, VA. I) H. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, ---- VIRGINIA. Oilers hi* professional services to the public. Office opj?osite court-house above Walter r><>,m's (i<ur store; Residence, ii> West Salem. , huh j-tf JT)tt. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Graduate c?f University* of New York Class IST7.) Having permanently located in Salem, respect fully oilers his professional services to the public* Office and residence, Terrill Buildfhg, Main street. I'p-Stairs. J)R b\ E. WHITE, VKTKKINAKY Sl'IUIKON. ?I?*C> Jefferson street. ROANOKE, YA. Telephone 1...

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

?THE? (Times ? legist ct. Fill DAY, M A k<' 11 ?7. 1RM. CHAW. I). I > K.N IT, Kmtou. FKANK (J. WKBBFll, Associatk. OUR COUNTY TICKET. Nuiu'umted by lioaiioke County l>eiu<H-ruts U> be Kitcted ON THT7E2DAT, MAY 28, 1301. I'or Clerk of Courts, \VM. McCAl'LKY. For Sheriff, <J. W. KIRKLK. For Commonwealth'* Attorney, W. \V. BALLARD. For Treasurer," <iE<>. M. MUSE. For Commissioners of tHo Revenue, 1st District?JNO. II. OAH8T. 2nd " ?1). K. KKFACYER. VIRGINIA FOR CLEVELANDNot long ago correspondents of the Richmond Times interviewed prominent Democrats in forty-four counties of Virginia and these interviews were published in the Times showing that there was a decided preference for Mr. Cleveland' as the standard bearer of the party in 1893. It is interesting, in connection with this matter, to know the men and their manner of declaring themselves. I he "silver letter," and opposition to con...

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

-THE^itucji - mistct. FRIDAY. MARCH 37, m\. Entered at the Postotfice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. local afpaips To the voters of Roanoke county : 1 respoctfully announce myself a date for the oHIce of Commonwealth ? Att 'riu-v <.r Roanoke county. bunion j"1'' Thursday in May next. J- ?s- l,AKKWK ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANnounce Mr. Jauies O. for "CONSTABI.K of Salem district at the election to be held on Thursday, May-M, 185)1. W~E ARE AUTHORISED TO ANNOUNCE MR. JOHN N. WHITKSKLLas a candidate for Commissioner of of the Heveuue for the Second (Big Lick) District of Roanoke county, at the election to Ih> held on Thursday, Mav JWth, Jggi mch87-tde E ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN j nounce ii. B. Fitigerald a? a | candidate for re-election to the office ?f Commissioner of the Revenue for the bn*t District of Hoanoke county. Wi ARE AUTHORIZEI) TCJ AN nounce Mr. JAM EH N. ) EA 1-, M VN as a candidate for Commissioner or the Revenue for the First (Salem) bistnet at the el...

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