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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 May 1891

Vir.iiiiw W oImi MHiiulactiirrn* When in Philadelphia u few days ago our attention was directed to the fact that the I nited States marines are now being clothed from goods manufactured in Virginia. In order to learn the particular* we ea I led at the dejK>t f?>r supplies for all the inariues, which we found in charge of < apt. \\ oodhull S. Selienck. This officer recelve<l us very politely and took pleasure in showing us saniph s of the indigo blue and ultramarine blue K,M,ds which are now being used in manufacturing clothing for the marines. He said these goods were made by the Liberty Woolen Manufacturing Company, of I led ford City, N a., and that they were the best goods of their kind manufactured in the 1 nited States. They had stood all the tests that such goods are subjected to better than any other goods that had been submitted, consequently they purchased all the woolen goods needed for the marine corps from that company. iSThis ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 May 1891

-THE-limc$-|legi!aitct. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1801. Entered at the Pootofflce, in Salem, V*. us second-class matter. LOCAL APPAIPS W w To the Voter? of Hoanoke County : At the urgent solicitation of many friends I'announce mvself as a candidate for the office of COlNTY THEASIHEH. aprlo-tdc W. M. BAHNITZ. To the voters ofUoanoke county: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney of Ibianoke county. Election 4th., Thursday in May next. J. S. Bakr. WE AUK AUTHORIZED TO announce Mr. J. B. Owens for CONSTABLE of Salem district at the election to Ik* held on Thursday, May the 28th, 1801. WK AUK A UTHOR1ZE1) TO AN nounce Mr. James (). Lloyd for CONSTABLE of Salem district at the election to lie held on Thursday, May 28, Wil. E ARE ALT 11 ()RICEI) TO AN- . . NOUNCE MR. JOHN N. WHITESELL as a candidate for Commissioner of of the He venue for the Second (Big Lick) District of Hoanoke county, at the election to he held on Thursday, Mav 2xth, 1861. mch'27-tde ...

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

A Lake of Molten Fire. Tlie following remarkable account li:?s been cnllt'tl from tlio writing# of J out (U in Miller, ami h?w r*?ft?rpnec to the Volcano of Manna Loa, in the. Sandwich Islands : After visitingtln' American Consul at Honolulu, we started for the vol- I eano, Hiitl alter u hard, hot climb. ' reaehetl the < djre Of a precipice overhanging a laUo of liuklcu the, ten i miles in etrenftif renco j?nd too feet a hove the sea level. This molten' mass went dashing against the clilT on the opuufite side with a noise like the deop and mighty surges of a stormy oci'iui. Waves ??f a blood red fiery litpihl tavii hurled their billows on an iron-bound headland and then rushed up t lie fare of the elitT to toss their gory sprav high in the air. This rest- ' less braving lake of lire boiled and bubbled, never remaining silent for a single instant. There is an island on one side of this lake which the fiery j waves attack unceasingly, and with j res;less furv as if bent on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

MORNING, MAY 8, 1891 NO. 48. IS PUBLISHED | ?J <\ FRIDAY MORNING I.VI ?KAK, SiiM-tiv I'll iii Vdvmiwcor *2 If \? . ltii? month* . \ t . >1 r'.lilU'K, < ? r ii. ?h lift i' lidtnll?*l>. i???: ;o:ui | jR. J. P. K1LLIAN, PHYSJ. I VN* AND el'RGEON. SALEM, ... - VIRGINIA. OmcK?In Dillard <fe PewinKer'a new ; buil ling 0,1 College nvwiue. Room No. <?. may?-lm | J JR. T. M. BAIKD, PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON, OrricK?In Co nip's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - SALEM, VA. JQR OSCAR WILEY, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Offers his professional service to the pub- , lie. Office opposite court-house aljove Walter Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. aug2tf j~yt. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Graduate of University of New York J Class 1877.) Having permanently located in Svlem, resjHH-t fully offers his professional services to the public. Office and residence, Terrill Build-1 ing. Main street, l'i>-Stairs. p R . F. e7 WH1TB. V ETERINARY SURG EON. 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

?THE? aimco ^\c(|iotcr. FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1801. CHAS. I). I)EN1T, Kihtoh. FRANK <{. WBBBKR, Asmki.vtk. OurCount.y Ticket. Nominated by lloattoke County Democrats to be Elected 017 TUTTBSDAY, MAY 20, 1391. For Clerk of Courts, \VM. MeCAVLEY. For sSherilT, (i. W. Z1RKLE. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. W. BALLARD. For Treasurer, GEO. M. MFSE. For Com mi dinners of the Hevetiue. 1st District?JNO. II. <!AHST. '-'ml " ?I). E. KEFAI VKR. CUR IMMEDIATE DUTY. D should !h* home in mind that the election tot county ofRoers is only three weeks oiT, and as inueh public business in transacted by tho^e who are elected, no one interested in the future of this section nin fail to feel a responsibility in this matter. The tieket of Demoeratic nominees is composed not only of men true and trieif in the party that represents the worth and true progressive spirit, of the South, but of men who are in every way capable, trusty and energetic enough to fill these responsible positions in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

V >L. '25. NO. 4.8. A RELUCTANT AVENGER. Fiorina Marsdeu smoked cigarettes. Fiorina Marsdeu did uiauy things of which we, in spite of our admiration for her, disapproved ; but as members or her profession, we were not called upon to be critical, she said. Her very audacity was her chief charm to most. She roilc well, walked well, danced like a Spaniard, sang magnificently, and took the stage as if she were entering her own drawing room. Decidedly the critics were only among her fellow actors. Society raved about her?but she cared little for societv. She drew the largest salary ever paid to a burlesque actress by the managers of the Holly street theatre. I cannot describe her. She impressed one as a strange combination of almost masculine strength and womanly sweetness. To see her stride into tne green room with her nonchalent air and jaunty wave of the hand, with her red lips closed over the inevitable cigarette, and a dimple lurking roguishly in her cheek repelling the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

AN EAVESDROPPER'S FATE. \oung Mr. Silt had I11 three months invnv from his sweetheart and he thought what a joke it would l?e to hide behind the parlor door, and jump out and kiss her by way of surprise. He succeeded in sjettinj; into huiiiy 1,'vder s house unobserved, and posted himself beeind the door, just as he had planned. As he stood there in gleeful expectancy he hoard his sweet heart's voiee exelaiming: " O Kobin, I've almost cried my eyes out for von." Then the listener heard a horrible sound like a kiss, and an endless dialogue followed, in which a man's gruff voiee was intermingled. Tim Silt was in a perspiration of agoiiv, and he felt strongly in favor of rushing upon his sweetheart and the villian she was making love to. < >n second thought he stole outdoors and posted himself when' lie could see his rival in ex't. In a few moments a door opened and a young man came out. A curiosity impelled Timothy to follow the young man and see where he lived. '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

?THE? lime* - FRIDAY, MAY 8, lbUl. Entered at the Postotficc. in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOCAL -A-FJP.A-XT' To th? Voters of Roankoe County : ? 1 hereby announce myself a candidate f?<r re-election to the office of Commisioner of the He venue for the ?Second District. If again elected I promise a faithful and im partial discharge of all duties pertaining to s.dd efflice. J. (i. RICHARDSON. To the Voters of Roanoke County : At the urgent solicitation of many friends 1 announce myself as a candidate for the office of COUNTY TREASURER. aprlO-Ule W. M. ISA KNIT/. To the voters of Itoanoke county : I resjiectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney of Koanoke county. Election 4th., Thursday in May next. J. 8. Baer. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO announce Mr. J. H. Owens for CONSTABLE of Salem district at the election to be held on Thursday, May the 28th, 1801. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nounce Mr. JnineH O. Lloyd for CONSTABLE of Salem district...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 May 1891

Somo Startling Figures. II the men of the Vnited Stilts I w< uhl give up the pernicious and j -??ul und-body destroying habit ot wearing ta ' on their coats it is es t iiii.tt4*it that enough would he saved i the eoiuitry in a single year to |ny i tIh> national debt. Those who haw given the subject attention tell us that if the pe >;dc o! ? his grand country of ours w 3iiUI entirely giv? up the hahit of paying their bills that the national debt could he liquidated inside of ten hours. Why will intelligent men re main slaves to sueh hahits r It is stated that tluMumi of $12,<X>0, (KM* is annually spent fii this country on the single item of lager beer. Could this be saved it would in a very short time pay the national debt. Hcsidesthat.it would give theK.lHM) onu prohibition farmers who are now i n'sing t he barley tuore time to vote. ! A prominent business man of NewYork biters, if he is given the money spent in t bin country fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

V >L. 25. MORNING, MAY 15, I d91 NO. 49 The Times-Register. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.50 YKAK, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. CHA8. D. DEN IT & F. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D04T0HN. JJR. J. P. K1LLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA, I Office?In Dillsrd ?fc Persinger's new building on College tytfiue. Room No. ?5. may 8-1 m D R. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OrricK?In Conip's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - SALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offer* his professional service? to the public. Office opposite court-house above Walter boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. Mlg '2-tf P R. T. L. ROBERTSON, ((?raduate of University of New York Class 1877.) Having ]>ermnnently located in Salem, rcsjxM'tfully offers his professional services to the public. Office and residence, Terrill building, Main street, Up-Staire. j^H. F. B. WHITE, VETERINARY SURGEON. 400 Jefferson s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

?THE? aimed ? fgUpsttt. Fill DAY, MAY 15. 1801. CHAS. l>. DEN1T, Editor. FKANK ti. WKKHKll, Associatk. OuiCouiitv Ticket. Nominated by Roanoke County Itomocruts to be Elcctcd on tkttbsoat, mat 2c, noi. For Clerk of Courts, \VM. McC'AULEY. For Sherifl', (}. W. ZIRKLK. For Commonwealth's Attorney, W. W. BALLARD. For Treasurer. CiEO. M. MVSE. For Commissioners of the Revenue, 1st District?JXO. H. GARST. 2nd " ? D. E. KEFAl'VER. 0T7E rEEGBITT NEEDSThere is much sound doctrine con-1 tained in the interview with Mr. j St rouse published in another column. 1 Mr. Strouse has been identified with the development of Salem from the very start. in fact, he was one of those who initiated it, and in now interested more or less in a majority of the enterprises here, apart from which he is frequently travelling not only to the so-called 14 hoom " towns of Virginia, but also to the large cities of the North, lie, therefore, better than any one else, realizes that business in all these pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

yi)L. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1891 NO. 49. HAL'S SCHEME. There was nothing so tasteful and complete in all the country round as the elegant mansion and picturesque grounds at Brookside. The place was thus completed, and here Mrs. Bertram meant to dispense the most unbounded hospitality. " And now Harold really ought to bring a wife home," she meditated? an opinion by no means peculiar to herself. It would, in truth, have been difficult to set too high an estimate on Harry Bertram, a handsome, talented young fellow, generous, and, in spite of the pretty girls of Waterbury, heart-free. So Mrs. Bertram decided lo spend a few weeks at " The Cliffs," a retired and select summer resort, where pretty Daisy Freeland and her Aunt Morrison were staying. As Mrs. Morrison's other neice, Viola, was expected in a few days, Mrs. Bertram was anxious to see her also. Mrs. Bertram was perfectly fascinated with her. She was too wise to attempt match-making openly, but s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

r ?;iit* like lo I?e A young society man, who moves in the younger circle*, told something out of the usual run tin' other d tv. He is a handsome fellow, tall and erect, and a prime favorite with the girls. He said that he attempted to kiss a prettv girl, and just as he got his arm around ?liur sleudi r wi i t and was about to kiss her she said it he dared she would scream. Not wishing to have a scene, which such an action would cause, he withdrew his arm and resumed his aeit at die other end of the sofa* in an in instant the pretty girl said. "Oh, 1 thought you were braver than tVat" She, however, obstinately refused to be kissed. In a couple of days he called on another girl. He wanted to kiss her. but she likewise threatened to Scream if he should attempt it. lie thought he would profit by his former experience and paid no attention to the warning. Ho kissed her?she screamed ; her mother came in and demanded an explanation. The girl came to his rescue, however, and said a mouse w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

?THE? limes * pUflisrtct. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1891. Entered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. LOO A L AFFAIP ? To the Voters of Roankoe County : I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Coiumisioner the Revenue for the Second District. ' again elected I promise a faitliful and impartial discharge of all duties pertaining t said offiice. J. (}. RICHARDSON. To the V <rs of Koanoke County : At the ui^ent solicitation of many friends I announce myself a.* a candidate for the office of COUNTY TREASURER. aprHMdo W. M. BA&NITZ. To the voters of Roanoke county : 1 respectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney of Roanoke county. Election 4th., Thursday in May next. J. S. Baku. WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO announce Mr. J. B. Owens for CONSTABLE of Salem district at the election to be held on Thursday, May the 28th, lflOl. WE A RE AUTHORIZED TO AN - nounce Mr. James O. Lloyd for CONSTABLE of Sal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 15 May 1891

Tead Cat Anyway. A -mall boy luul a do?f that HAS rouiili. as ino-t small boys' dOg? art*, mid a \oung ^ir' who lived next door had a kitten, fly an all cats are. One da> llri'Miiail boy came nonelialently Into tho {iirl's liresenee. and after some desultory conversation, ho said : ? Von loiov my d;?<? Birca and vonr cat l>ailh'K*'' "Yes." "Well, my doK had a piece of meat, and lie thought yonr oat >vas trying to take it away from him." "Thought!" excUiiiK'd tne wise girl. " What makes ybu m. y the do^ thought" You know iIukk tlo u'L think, they instinct." " AWll," said tho boy. "1 don't cure whether he thought it or whether he instinoted it, hut anyhow he killed yonr eat." A Story of Jesse James. Huiimomi.Va., -May7.?The sudden dcith here yesterday of George 11. Crump. & well-know n business man, recalls an incident in bis life in connection with the Jesse James gang. Mr. Crump wo* hohic years ago a drummer R>r a Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 May 1891

Vv)L. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 1891 NO. 50. Tkc Times-l^egisier. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT $1.1*0 YKAll, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $3 if paid within three months. CHAS. D. DEN IT & x. G. WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. D04T0RN. JJR. J. P. KILLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Ofpick?In Dillard & Perslnger's new | biuMing on College avenue. Room No. 6. ? may 8-1 in | T^R. T. M. BAIRD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office?In Co nip's Pharmacy. Allen Block, - - 8ALEM, VA. D R. OSCAR WILEY, SALEM, .... VIRGINIA. Offers his professional services to the public. Office opposite court-house above Walter Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. aug 2-tf D R. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Graduate of University of New York Class 1877.) Having permanently l<?eate<l in Salem, respectfully offers his professional services to the public. I-#?" Office and residence, Terrill Build- j ing, Main street, Up-Sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 May 1891

-THE? (Tim co - FRIDAY. MAY ??J. 1??1. CHAH. 1). I)KNIT, FiUToit. FRANK li. WKIiliKK. Asso?*i,\tk. * T * T ' ? S ? ? *r=r* i ??X22?S2!l! Remember, people of Roanoke county, that next Thursday is election (lay, ami in (Jeorge M. Muse, <?. W. Zirkle, Win. MoCauley, W. W. Hallard, John H. Karat and 1). E. Kefauver, you have a ticket worthy the support of every man in the county. See that they are elected. SALMM'S 2S2TTES P80H23EIn respect to what it is at present and what it reasonably promises to be, Salem l\as Ju?t grounds lor congratulation. It is true that fortunes are not made here in a day. It is true that large margins are not to lie made in the buying and selling of stocks and lotn, at least, so far as tin1 verv immediate future is concerned That day with its inflated values, iis unhealthy excitement, and wil dspirit of npeculation has passed and for our own good. Whilst we do desire and look for enhancements all along the line, when this period of uncertainty as to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 May 1891

THE? $imc?s - JUtjistcr. FLU DAY, MAY 22, 1SU1. riniered at the Postofflee, in Salem. V?. ?s? second-class matter. local affaips J^OR SUPERVISOR. Mr Coo. A. llubbcrt will be voted for for ?<1 i'H RYISOR of Saletn district on election day. May 28th, 1801. M.\S\ Votkks. \\r E ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANW ?o,met' Mr. J. F. torn.ett of Lafayette, us si candidate for MA(iN RA I. in f-aleiu district, at the coming election. To the Voters of ltoankoe County : I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the otllce of (tomniistoner of the Kevenut fur the Second 1 )i?tri? t. ^ it attain elected 1 promise a faithful and impartial discharge of all; ? to x14i,l offiioe. J. Q. itICHAKuoOfr. To the Voters of Roanoke County : At the urgent solicitation of many friends 1 announce m/self as a V'V.V .V.i u r * otllce of CO I" NT Y lHKAstKKH. aprlO-tde W. M. BARM IZ. To the voters of Roanoke count y : I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the otflce of Commonwealth's Attorney o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 May 1891

"Wrccks at Clcvcrdalo. Three \\ ret Us on the Shenandoah Vullt'.v I railroad, at Olovcrdnle. Botetourt county, ; Sunday night ami Monday morning, resulted in the death of a lircman, injury of an engineer and the wreck of four engines aud a number of oars. The llr-t wwk was a collision of two freight trains Sunday night, which was run into by a third freight train, which in turn was run into by a jKisscnger train Monday morning. Engineer Hardy jumped for his life and escajted with a bruise on his head and a gash on his leg. Fireman 1*. .1. Toppling had one log broken, hip crushed and was cooked from the waist down with steam and hot water. Toppling died an hour later. All trains were delayed until Monday afternoon, and a Timks-Reoistkk reporter, who was on the morning passenger train from the North, spent six dreary hours at Troutvjllc musing on the uncertainty of railway travel, and the certainty of being late for work in Salem. Ee Careful About the "Editor. Dear friend, don't hurt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 29 May 1891

VOL. 25. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 1891 NO. 51; The Tvrrues-l^eg'ister. IS PUBL1SHKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. AT $1.60 V K A It, Strictly Cash in Advance (or $2 if paid within three months. OHAS. 1). DKMT& P.Q.WEBBER, Owners and Publishers. ?MMTOKN. j~JU. J. P. K1LLIAN, PHYSICIAN AND SPRUKON. 8ALKM, .... Y1R1IINIA. Omi'i? In Pillanl ?V: IVrsinncr'n new building on College avenue, ltoom No. 'J. may 8-1 in T. M. BAIRD, I'lYSlOlAN AND SPRCKOX, Orri' i:?In Pomp's Pharmacy.' Allen Block, - - SAI.KM, VA. J^R. OSCAR WILEY, SAI.KM, VI R(J INIA. Offers his professional services t<? the public. Ollii-e ujt|MKsite conrt-housc ubove Walter Boon's cigar store; Residence, in West Salem. nug2-tf D K. T. L. ROBERTSON, (Uraduate of University of New York Class 1877.) Having iK'rinanently located in Salem, res|?eetfuily offers his professional services to t he i ?u: ?i i??. J^K P. E. WHITE, VKTEHINAKY SVIUiEON. 4U0 Jefferson street, ROANOKK, VA. Telephone...

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