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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 October 1895

?imesi - fSUgisrtet Is the Oldest Newspa|?er in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever hail.' FRII>AY. OCTOBER 4, 18W. IIENIT * WKPK.iK, Puldlpthrr*. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rod the berate, J. ALLEN WATTS, Of Roanoke City. for the hoL'sk or delegates, W. W. BERKELEY, < ?f Roanoke County. ANDREW McCAHTNKY, Of Craig t^ounty. COL. JOHN E. PENN. On Friday eveniug, the 27tli ultimo, Col. John E. Penn died at bis liouie in Roanoke city, of typhoid fever.? Col. Penn wuh born in Patrick couuty in lyy?, where he grew to manhood and commenced the practice of law. lu 18451, when the rush was luaie to ariUH, Col. Penn had done nothing to provoke war, but he did not stand back. Obeying the impulse of hit feeling*, and the example of his kindred and his friend?, he {>erilled all in that belief, and paticipated at once,and most actively,in some of the most sanguinary engagements of the civil war. He wan severely wounded, and lost a leg; h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 October 1895

iuuc5-|U<jiS'tct. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1895. Kntered ut the Postotftce, in Salem, Vi us secoud-claas matter. L.OOAI-, ATFAIPS READ! IF we can't give you belter selections or 'less price than you can get up street, we can't expect you to walk down to the AIjLEN BLOCK after us. (/) rZ a *?. o ??> o ~ 3 C & s ca a JQ-os < a * ? C3 "o ? LlJ C Ci rr, == fe is J tn ^ A ^ tr o We aim to keep our stork well assorted so as to furnish vou what you need. Butterick Pat terns for September in stock now. HTNotice change of location, Brown's Bargain Ilocse, ALLEN BLOCK. SALEM, - VA. o z 13 c Fj 00 a tn h?H w Cf) (J) To the EATING PUBLIC ! PEW months ago wo announced to yof that wo had become ageiits for J. C. Ltoghorne's Holler Vlonr Mills. Rod that we were having grortnd n new grade of "High Patent," which we would guarantee to be as pretty as any flour on this or any other market. Wc have been Helling this flour about one month, and we hear the testimon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 4 October 1895

EIGHT MilS OF 1B3S. New List of Kifclity-Onr MARSHALL S WENDELL PIANOS i Sol?l During this Time By HOBBIE MUSIC COMPANY, Roanoke and Lynchhurg. Va. The Following Names Compose the List?There are Many Yon KnowCan You Not Buy in the Judgment of Such a Large Number??We Be* fer You to Each One- Enquire of Them if You are Interested. Armes, C. M.. ltmuiukt1, Va. Anderson, T. <5. (Cashier Freight Depot Norfolk and Wiatcrn Uailroad), Uoanoke, Ya. Andrews, W. K. (Coal Dealer), Roanoke,Va. Bowman. A. (Merchant), U?>anoke, Va. Bain, 8. N. (Dispatcher Norfolk anil Western Uailroad), Uadford. Va. 1 terry, C. A., ltoanoke, Va. Haumganiner, Chas., Hurul Uetreat. Va. Itr.n. n, F. W. (Hanlware Men hint), Uoanoke. Va. Burkes. Mrs. A. J., Madison, Amherst county, Va. Hyrd, 1* rank L.. Pocahontas, Va. Konner, F. C., Uoanoke, Va. Blantou, * lex. F? Uoanoke, Va. Clarke, W.T.. Jr. (Tobacco Manufueturer), Chatham, Va. Conally, R. F., ltrookneal. Va. Da rat, I)r. J. C.. Pulaski, Va. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1895

FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 11, 1695. AT ROSENBAUM BROS., 26 Salem Ave., ROANOKE, VA. A cordial invitation is extended to the la<li?w of Salem to our grand millinery Opening of Parisian Hats and Bonnets ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9,10,11 & 12r When we will have on exhibition such an array of artistic beauty as never was shown before in Roanoke City. In addition to our MILLINERY DISPLAY. We will alsofhow the finest and best assorted stock of I>K? HH fJOOItN. consisting of hiKh class novelties and Rpecial-Coods values in 1IL%C'K. UOODN. Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to Quality, Style and Price. ROSENBAUM BROS. J. T. OVKRSTKKKT. K. A. Thitrmam. OVERSTBEET 4 f BBBMAN, * * #ANI) * * * Stejes, DAY BUILDING, No. 20, Campbell Ave., S. W? ROANOKE. Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Pillows, Holsters, Wardrobes, Cupboards, Safes, Dinner and Tea Sots, Cur|>ets. Mattings, Window Shades, Lamps, Tinware, Ranges. liT We solici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1895

ftmes - flistcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and Iuuj a much larger circulation than any other paper lias ever had. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 18U5. DKNI'f >V WKIU'. K, PtibllHliorM. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rv>U THK SKKATE, J. ALLEN WATTS, < >f itoanoke City. K' >R TM If ItOlSK OK l>KLK?!ATKt*, W. W. BERKELEY, Of Koanokc County. ANDREW MgUAUTNEY, Of Crain (Entity. WHERE THEY STAND. In a recent issue, referring to the failure of tlie Republicans* to endorse the so called Citizens' ticket, the Timks-Rkgistkr remarked that " many Republicans do not know where the candidates on the Citizens' ticket staud." Whereupon the Roanoke Times, whose editor is the candidate on the Citizens' ticket for the Senate, proposes to enlighten us. It says : "They stand for an honest election law and purity of the ballot, so that all votes may be counted as east and all men have an equal voice in a government of the people, for the i>eo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1895

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1895. Watered at the Postoffice, in Salem, Va. as second-class matter. local, affaibs READ! IF we can't give you better selections or less price than you can get up street, we can't expect you to walk down to the ALLEN BLOCK after us. ?n a O ' o T> Ed 2 ? <0?s Q O rt *0 O O <v X & P2 -g b fee ^ O w w w .o We aim to keep our stock well assorted so as to furnish you wlint you need. Butterick Patterns for September in stock now. |5^~Notice change of location, Brown's Bargain Ilonse, ALLEN BLOCK. SALEM, - VA. To the EATING PUBLIC ! FEW months ago we announced to you that we had become agents for if J. C. Langhorne's Roller Flour Mills, nnd that we were having ground a new grade of " High Patent," which we would guarantee to bo as pretty as any Hour on this or any other market. We have been selling this (lour about one month, and wc hear the testimony of the most particular and best livers in Salem, that it makes the pretti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 11 October 1895

GONE TO THE WALL. Tho Valley Mutual Life Insuranco Company Hakes an Assignment. The Valley Mutual I.iff Association of Virginia. chartcrvd-Uy the <'uvuit I'tiurt of; Augusta, Septeml?er ?'?. I S \ lias made an assignment. l?r. I*. S. ltuldle. of Shenan-1 doali, |>r?'shU'iit, is the maker of the deed on behalf of the association. ami the trustee lb I the assistant tccretary of the association. I The pro|>crt v conveyed consists of the real estate ami buildings of the association situated in Staunton, together witbotlice fixtures, furnishings,printing plant an<l rh< ses in hc- j tion. All creditors are to he paid out of the fund pro rato, without preference. This: association, founded seventeen years ago j and having as its first president the Hon. A.II.Il.Stunrt.in the beginning was thought to he doing a tug business, l ately, however, it has been struggling with adversities and its failure invasions little surprise. Itefore maki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1895

13th AMI OFDM AT ROSENBAUM BROS., 26 Salem Ave., ROANOKE. VA. A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies of Salem to our grand millinery Opening ?f Parisian Hats and Bonnets ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9, lO, 11 dfe 12. When we will have on exhibition snch an array of ftllMlL brant? ? as never was shown before in Roanoke City. In addition toonr MILLINERY DISPLAY. Wo will also show the finest and best assorted stock of l>K?NH ?OOI?M. consisting of hiirh class novelties and Special-lioods values in 1Hj%CK WOODS. Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to QualHy, Style and Pric^ ROSENBAUM BROS. J. T. OvKRHTKxrr. E. A. TBURMAN. OVERSTBEET & fBDBMAll, lA.NI) * * ** * * DAY BUILDING, No. 20, Campbell Ave., S. W., Chamher Suits, Parlor Suits, Pillows, Holsters, Wardrobes, Cupboards, Safes, Dinner and Tea Sets. ( anu!t?, Mattings, Window Shades, Lamps, Tinware, Kanges. We solicit a share of the patronage of the citisems of Salem and the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1895

?imesi - |U#i$tcr. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, anil has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever hail. FRIDAY. OCTOHBR 1*. 18U5. UKMT .v WK.HI<^K, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ,/t%? - *er - **- rOR T11K 8KNATK, J. ALLEN WATTS, <>( Kuanokc City. r<>K,tiik liorsK or dei.b?;atrs, W: W. BKRKBLKY, Of Ronnokc County. ANDItKW MoCAllTNKY, Of Craig County. GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. Thi? kih>?I roads conventiou at Richmond hint week adopted a series of resolutions embracing these suggest ions as to legislation most desirable for the Improvement of the roads of the State : "The enactment of a law by which all classes and interests in the State Khali bear the burden of taxation for road purposes in proportion to the benefits derived : by which State aid will be extended to the improvement of the main roads under equitable conditions; by which the counties shall be allowed to issue bonds for the permanent improvement of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1895

FRIDAY, OCTOBBE 18. 18W. Knierwd at ih? Poetofflce, In Salem, Va. m second-class matter. local affaips .....BEAD! IF we can't give you better selections or less price than you can get up street, we can't expect you to walk down to the ALLEN BLOCK after us. * a o ' o ? ? m 00 ri ?-JQ a O a> Ph 'o W o P-. es w w a . - S o T3 tS O o SO M CG ^ o ?5 js ?=" 2 We elm to keep our stock well assorted so as to furnisb you what you need, Butterick Patterns for September in stock now. t4f~Notice change of location, Brown's Bargain Moose, ALLEN BLOCK. 8ALKM, - VA. [z fa fa w I DO ic: lz iw ico *C/) Nice Tilings to Eat ! SINCK the vegetable market lias begun to fail we have-fllleil our house with all kinds of nice things io eat, ami wish to give you some figures on prices. Remember, we cannot name everything we wish to keep in stock, but just a few things we wish to call your attention to. First, we have a full line of Canned Goods. California Peaches in heavy syrup, 20 cents. Californ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 18 October 1895

OVERWORK INDUO .O Nervoiis i *ro> 1 ration Aysr's Sarsa 'a " i$oiu?* \?-ar* uy?, :? * .i s *?:! ?>f t?>.> i l<mm* utl< 11 ii<>11 in to :<i. i f:iili <1. I Im i siiim' weak. m?r\ ???>?. v . > iiiiiil>!n to liM'k after luy ml n-?ts. ;.-i Ill.'tllifrHled :>U 'In- s\ inplxiiw i [ :t i line. I iim?K tluvo IhMI!???* nf V ^ tsus:i|?aiillu, ln'^mi to ini|?r?.\ . ami gradually increa<*od my \rci?lit from 0110 lmiitlri'il and twenty -11 vi? to two hundred pound*. Rinco tlion, t ami my family liavt* used tliis nwdioinr wlu n iicwUmI, and wo aro all in tlio lwst of health, a fact which we attribute to Ay or'a 8ar*aparilla. I believe my children would have lieen fatlierloss to-day liail it not hern for Aycr's Rnrsaparilla, of which preparation I cannot nay too much." II. O. Hinson, PoHtmaHtfr ami Planter, KSnard's, P. <\ A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1895

ft FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, ib95 13 th, AEl OPSIIB AT ROSENBAUM BROS., 26 Salem Ave., ROANOKE, VA. A cordial invitatiou is extended to the ladies of Salem to our grand miiiineru opening of Parisian Hats and Bonnets ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9, lO. 11 & 12. When we will have on exhibition such an array of urtbtic beauty as never was shown bef-re iu Roanoke City, in addition to our MILLINERY DISPLAY *e will also show the fim-st and best. assorted stock of l?M? WN consisting of high c'ass noveltb s and ^pecial-Coods values in II * CK iiiOODM. Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to Quality, Style and Price. ROSENBAUM BROS. J. T. OVKJRfTUltKT. K. A. Tni'RMAN. OVERSTBEET & THUBMAN, fglillllSi * ? #ANI) ? ? # Staves, DAY BUILDING, No. 20, Campbell Ave., S. W., ROANOKE. Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Pillows, Holsters, Wardrobes, Cupboards, Safes, Dinner and Tea Sets. Car|>etH, Mattings, Window Shades, Lam|ts, Tinware, Rang...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1895

iimes - |Uflistcr. Is the Oldest. Newspaper in Salem. ?????! Im.; a imirli larger circulation i lliaiiany oilier lia.se\er had. _ . I FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1MK>. IIEMT & WKHll.vK. I*iil?li?lter?. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r??K Tar sknatk. .j. allen watts, ?>1 Koanoke City. row thk HOltsB or i?Ki,*?;ATri?. W. w. berkeley, ?>f Roanoke County. andrew McCartney, Of Craig County. THE REAL AND THE SHAM. Under the pretense of indifference aud political ennui, the campaign in this district is waxing warm, and much warmer than is consistent with the interest* of justice or candor. Duplicity in the most notable feature of the ringleaders of the Citizens' ticket which is now clamoring for recognition in our midet. Conscious of its inherent defects and incurable infirmities, its advocates are displaying an utter lack of discretion in their supeiticial political manoeuvering. They make grave appeals to " Christian people," to put down the Democratic nominees, beca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1895

(Etmcs-gUgijatw. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1895. Rate red at the Poatofflce, in Salem, Va. as second-clan matter. LOCAL AFFAIPS .....PtEA.33 ! IF we can't give you better selections or less price than you can get up street, we can't expect you to walk down to the ALLEN BLOCK after us. rg a o ??> o ? ? c 55 o 2 fx: E g ?JQ-o 2 < a ? o O S -a -5 x~ G3 o * *?-*>? ? CC-g WW We aim to keep our stock well assorted ?o as to furnish vou what you need. Butterick l'at terns for September in stock now. l^fNotice change of location, Brown's Bargain Ilonse, ALLEN BLOCK. SALKM, - VA. |C/) \o I *0 a n DO c 0) h-H 2: w (/) 0) Just in ?FROM? New York... # We received to-dny fresh from New York market tbe following list of seasonable goods, and will s?ll them at prices here named : New Mackerel, 10 cents each. Holland Herring. 91.20 per kit. Oocoanuts (large) 8cents each. Fancy lemons, 30 cents per dozen. Pure Maple Syrup, fl.25 per gallon?in gallon tins. Cooking Fig?, 3W&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 25 October 1895

Abusing Witnesses. The Staunton Vindicator calls at-I tent ion to tin- fact that the Supreme' Court of Pennsylvania, V?y u decision | llleel by Justiee Green, May 80, 1SU5, in the ease of llolden \ 8. Pennsylvania Hail mini Company, unanimously de-1 elded that the abuse and insult el witnesses or Iiti^c.int?*. in arguments to , the jury, furuish legal ground for an; exception on the record to be reviewed by the Supreme Court. As tin' Vindicator remarks, tie recent Masse y suit in .Norfolk showed to what extent the abuse of witnesses can be carried. It is gratifying 1o note that the high courts have taketi this matter in baud and pronounced it Illegal. There are men and we men of absolute veracity who can be* ee>nfused and brow beaten inte> making statements before a jury that they did not intend te> make ; and again, t here are others who can be so confused that their statements wil' make an erroneous impression upon the jury. Then, again, there arc ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 November 1895

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. MORNING. NOVEMBER J. 1895 NO. 22 13th iyffljA', oPEnm AT ROSENBAUM BROS., 26 Salem ^ ve . ROANOKE, YA. Hfcn. - A cordial iuvitatiou is extended toth?- a ice ??t S*leni to our grand millinery opening of Parisian Hats and Bonnets ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9, ID, 11 & 12* When wo will hpveon exhibition such an array of *rti*tic beauty as never was #hown"noF<re in Roanoke Ctfyr*' fw Addition to-*Nir ?? MIJjI 1NKKY DISPLAY * >; will also show the finest and best assorted stock of MM* NN consisting of high class novelti?s and ^pecial-Coods values in If L. ?C'K. UUOUS. Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to tjualily, Style and Price. ROSENBAUM BROS. J. T. OVKUSTRICKT. K. A. Tiii-kman OVERSTBEET & f FttmituM ? * #AND ? ? ? Stoves. DAY BUILDITO, No. 20, Campbell Ave., S. W.f Chamber Suita, Parlor Suits. Pillows, Bolsters. Wardrobes, Cupboards, Safes, Dinner and Tea Sets. Carpet*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 November 1895

lime* - Register. Is the Oldest Newspajter in Salem, aud has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever hail. FRIDAY, november I. lWKi. IlKMT * WKMBJIK, Publish*!*. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ri>R THE 8KNATK, J. allen watt8, Ot Koanoke City. r??R THK HOfSK Or IIM.*<1AT?*, w. W. berkeley, or Roanoke County. an drew McCartney, Of Craig <bounty. SO B0NS8T. There is a power now in our midst | whose wakeful energies are spent in slandering the patriotic element of the Virginia j>eople. This power in politics is new born, and untried in being- It is composed of Republicans, Populists, Prohibitionists,and a few disgruntled Democrats,acting under the artful firm name of " Citizens1 Party." At a loss for something to say, the members of this firm upend all of their vituperative breath in denouncing the Democrat*, and impuuing the Walton Election ljaw. They are arraugiug themselves in order of battle with the watchwords, Sobcruess in private li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 November 1895

iimea-lUgistft. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1895. Entered at the Poetofflce, In V*. m seoond-clua matter. LjOO-AJL -AJPFA-IT^S READ! IF we can't give you * better selections or * less price than you can get up street, we can't expect you to walk down to the ALLEN BLOCK after up. I O ' o .. X> w i c O S 05 "o cs o w p . 08 ? o -o tJ <0 o -a rj o ^ * ? CQ -C ^ O | fcri 3 We aim to keep our stock well assorted so as to furnish you what you need. Butterlck Pat terns for September in stock now. taf"Notice change of location, Brown's Bariain House, ALLEN BLOCK. BALKM, - VA. TJ a m DO c cn M 2: m u) SC/) Just in ?FROM? New York... # We received to-day fresh from New York market the following list of seasonable goods, and will sell them at prices here named: New Mackercl, 10 cents each. Holland Herring, $1.21) per kit. Cocoanuts (large) Scents each. Fancy lemons, 30 cents per dozen. Pare Maple Syrup, fl.28 per gallon?in gallon tins. Cooking Figs, 311>s for 25 cents....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 1 November 1895

THE BEST Family Medicine fihe Has Ever Known. Words of Pr*iso from a Now York Lady for AYER'S PILLS " I would like to add lilV tcMimoiix to tliat of others w liu have used Avcr's I'ills. and t<> say that I have taken them for many years, ami always d< rived I la* In'Ht results from their iw. Fof stomach and liver troubles, and for the ciiru of headache caused liv thc>e ? lcri>n!?einents, Aver's Pills cannot lw cipiah-d. When inv friends ask ine what is tlio liest remedy for disorders of the stomach, liver, or bowels, my invariable answer is. Ayer's I'ills. Taken in son, they will break np a eold, prevent la grippe, cheek fever, and regulate the digestive organs. They are easy to take, and are, indeed, the best all-round fumify medicine 1 have ever known."? Mrs. May Johnson, :v;s Rider Avenue, New York City. AYER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Cures all Blood disorders. Points to Poultry Raisers! # *?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 8 November 1895

SALEM. ROaNOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 8, 1895 NO. 23 1311 AIM OPEfflG AT ROSENBAUM BROS., 20 Vve., - ROANOKE, YA. A cordial invitation is extended to the la-'iw of Sul^m to our grand millinery opening of Parisian Hats and Bonnets ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9, ID, 11 <& 12. When we will have on exhibition such an nrray of nrtMic beauty as nevor wu** shown ?>ef'?re in Roanoke City In addition to onr ? MILI.1NKRY DIHl'LAY * e will also show t!ie flnwt and best assorted stock of l?K? NJi consisting of hitch clan* novelties and ^pecial-Ooods values in K I. ('K VVUIIN. Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to O'.ialify, Style and Price. ROSENBAUM BROS. J. T. OvuEKTRKrr. K. A. Tihjrman. GVEHSTBEET 4 THOME, Firatet ? ? ?ANI) * ?? DAY BUILDING, No. 20, Campbell Ave., S. W., ROANOKE. Chamber Hnits, Parlor Suits, Pillows, HoNtt'rs, Wardrobes, Cupboards, Safes, Dinner ami Tea Sifts, OtfMto, Mattings, Window Shades, La...

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