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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1896

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, I and has a much larger circulation I than any other paper has ever hud. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1 1IKMT Jfc WKltB.IK, Publlahcrn. The insurgents arc reported to have been defeated in tlio reeent lighting in Cuba. (Jeneral Campos in now on bin way to spain on board a warship. The most alarming symptom of impending war is the subsidence of wanishness in the women. Like Job's war horse, they can "sniff the battle from afar." We wish to give timely uotioe that we want to enter into a solemn, binding and sacred covenant with our exchanges to let the 2d day of February pass without making it a national ground-hog day. The press and people of Venezuela have declared commercial war against England. Those fool Venezuelans had better behave themselves if they want sympathy and support from any other power, Monroe doctrine or no Monroe doctrine. Those blasted foreigners are always quarreling among themselves. It seems now that a rupture between Rrazil and Italy i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1896

M<UCO- t. .J.v.v I i 1 -1 ?. ?? Oow uaU' Brown's Bargain km, <+& : m i ? ; Woolen Dress Goods In new Silk Lustre and French Serges Prints. Oinghams and Silk Tartans for Plaid Waists. Daisy Cloth Outings. Some new things in Dress Linings. We think we ca?< please you in Dress Linings, lileacbed Cottons and White Goods in stock. New H am burgs exacted next week. if i .? 1 *S3 : m i m u ? if , **? ?>f -Wfclf nAtvOWAHE up to our new place, and we pro- - pose to clean it out in the next two fl - months You mav buv 4 BARGAINS. P! ?> : BROWN'S BouSe!n HEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. *?ALWAYS IN SEASON.?# T1IK HOLIDAYS are gone?1 S5W? has passed into history. The morning of IK*; lias brightened into |?erfect day. and we just glowing right along v?ith the times arc trying to reach nearer the mark of a (icrfect grocery business, not by sudden strides, but, like the one who hears the heat and burden of the day, we keep just wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 24 January 1896

I UNTOLD M5SERY VROK RHEUMATISM C. H. Kiug. Water Valley. Mil'3., cured by Ayer's Sarssparifla ?? r??i li\?? ypars. I Miiii-rcil ii\t.>l?: u.U? iy from iiiii-' ill;'!' tlu'ltin tliMU. I liu i < \>i\ known ninwly, ???kicvii);?>?| the lust |i|ij?i- ? iatis. \ I lot Sjm \ rk , fir. ?> 1 int- ??. *|HHi<llnK <1im?i tliei.-. I i sjil.-s ?loetot I'ilN; I'lit ccul'l I'l'liii'i on1, t?n|i"?u>\ My ll. h ?m ? i ??-? i iwa; ? Hi.ii l wfl|bril only niiu l\ iM.iui.tN. tn\ left jinn ;ni?l lej; vcrc drawn ??ul ? shape, I lie liiusi'lci being twisted up In knots. I was unable to the** ui\Hi'lf. cxi'i'iM i111 as*hlanee, ami i'iiiiIiI only hobble jiltout t>\ using ? wiiip. I had tut :i|?|H'tUe. ami was assured. l>> flip doctor*, that 1 could not live. TliP pains, at times, were so awful. ilis*t I could procure roll* 1 only l?y nipnns ??! h\|?<dcwnlc Injection* of morphine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1896

?ii) { DAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1896 >vi I'M. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA NO. 35 Pure Sugars at Ri'Iint'r's l'riccs. C. D .KEN Y. Tea Dealer AND.... Coffee Roaster, 12 SALEM AVE., 12 ROANOKE, VA. \V. J. HAUbER, Manager. augl&Um DABNKY G. HARK TZ. ? ?- DEJSTTtST. Graduate of the University of Maryland. All kinds of dental work executed promptly and in llrst-claas style. Teeth extracted ?with the use of g*?. OrricE?In Critz Building, <up stairs), Main street, Salem, Va. Ofllce Hours?9 to 5. Hf" Will visit Elliston and Floyd Court House \ ETHUR B. PUGH. ATTOENEY-AT-LaW, SALKM, - - - VI KMIN I A Will practice in the Courta of K?taiM*k* County, Roanoke City, and in the<'?>urt .?f Appeals. Collections made and promptly remitted I.and Titles Examined. Careful attention to all Legal Businw* en trusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard A Pereinger Building Room 2. auglJ-93-ly (I. W. IIANSItROVOH, L. C. nAN6BROUUIl, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1896

lime* ? glister. 18 the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and lias a much larger circulation j than any other paper has ever had. | FRIDAY. JANUARY at, 1880. i V I IIKMT A- WK.!UVk:i<, VuhlUlMMP. Salem needs another railroad to give her competing rates for the industries she already has, and for those that will follow as soon as we get the railroad. Lets' go to work in a business like way to get the railroad. it is now said that Speaker T. 1). Reed has become an advocate of the new woman. That's no use, Mr. Speaker; the raw woman can't vote, you know. * Mr. John Tyler, eldest son of President Tyler, and grandson of John Tyler, who was an associate of Patrick Henry, Thomas JefTerson, and other patriots of Virginia in 1776, di^sd in "Washington Sunday morning, aged 77 years. It is said that the Republicans propose to make political capital out of the failure of the Virginia Legislature to observe Gen. Robert E. Lee's birthday by adjourning. Of course. The Republicans are hard-up f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1896

FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1896. KnMnd at the Postoffice, in Halem, Va. m seoond-claas matter. LOCAL AFPAIPS Bargain House. Woolen Dross Goods in new Silk Lustre and French Seizes. Print*. Ginghams and Silk Tar tans f<>r Plaid Waists Daisy Cloth Outings. Nome new things in Dress Linings. We think we ca plea*e you in Dress Linings, Bleached Cottons and White Uoods in stock. New Hamburg* cxpected next week. 8$ m **3 O q e m 3 ft fit V W We have brought samples of SHELF HARDWARE up to our new place, and we propose to clean it out In the next two months You may buy HTisUME BARGAINS. BROWN'S He!" MEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALKM. VA. SEE.DSTSEE.DS! !AVH !AVH OHMM CIS I WHAT STRANGE THINGS Do flappep. 1>? you know that old KRIS KINKl.E baa already opened the season this week, and has unloaded at Johnson & Day's, THE GROCERS, the prettiest line of Fruits and Confectioneries ever in Salem. Such as Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 31 January 1896

SOMETIMES. 'l is a incrrv old world, th's. Shim turns. It is lilkil with Joy ami l>!i-s, sometime*. There are bright and sunny day.*. There is love t ii.it la- ts always, There?i hope that never Mays, Sometimes. I'til we s-iujg another soar. tkHUCliUHS. Wishing life were not so 1< Sometimes. ^ w. our eyes are full uf tears, \ud our hearts are full ?>f fears, \\ ith a tlnstd of future years. Sometimes. ^ We rrreive r and frown*. Sometimes. lSearing ert>w< nior?- than crowns Sotiutlme*. Yet there's often pleasure, too, -Mong the sorrows not n few. If you're careful what you do. Sometimes. lint our life is not awry, Sometimes. There's a bright side to the sky, Sometimes. Kate is kinder than we think ; If our duty we don't shrink, Joys and sorrows alink, Sometimes. Hut our sorg's another key, Sometimes, All our life's a troubled sea. Sometimes. Yet with joy, and love, and hl'ss, All these sorrows we can ro:ss ; Say " A joi.y world i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1896

-HP'UliHU i.s >< ' SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 7, 1896. ? jy i % ? jf ft* ??- ? . ?- * " .? ^ ? NO, 36 tOL. 30. Pare Sugars at Reliner's Prices. ?"C D " Tea Dealer ANI>.... vcffee Eo^ster, ? T r U2 m tOXKJA AVIS.. ( 12 llOvNOki.U - - ? VA wij. ti?TOJnt. Manager augl5 6m j^ABNEY (J. BARK TZ. IDBISTTTST. Graduate of tbe University of Maryland. All kinds or dental work executed promptIt and in flrst-clase style Teeth extracted with the use'of gas. 8tair*)? Office Hour*?9 4o 8T , .? Or Will yictit Biiiston ang Floyd (XJu* Hoqm ih?.4j ^RTHUR B. PUGEL ATTORN BY - AT- LA"W J t Salkm, - TiRonifA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and In the Court of Appeals. ?'% 1 dfli Collections made and promptly rcmitfil Land Titllfc Exathineu. Careful attention to ail l-?*gai Businow entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard & Persinger Building. Room 2. augll-93-ly O. W. HANSBROfOII, It. C. H A NHBROUOH, Reporter 'J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1896

f imeg - f&cgisiter. 1h the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aud ha? a much larger circulation j ?than any other paper has ever hail. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7, UKXIT A WKBBiIR, PublUtiem. THE rEAF AND DUME ASYLUM SHAMS. We would earnestly pray for power to speak witli conservatism and cau-1 tion about all thing*, but there are some questiona about which it its impossible to do so. The calmest reflection often ripens the most earnest indignation. Where provocation Is infinite, severity cannot be excessive.? Whoever makes the experiment, will find it is not easy to feel deeply, and write calmly; nor is it a wholesome state of public sentiment or taste, which demands a suppression of indignation upon occasions which ought to excite it. The helpless and weak-minded and unfortunates who are confided to the hristian and parental care of the managers and teachers of our Deaf, Dumb, and Blind institutions, are the peculiar objects of our charity, love, and sympathy. Their ears canuot drink ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1896

iimes-gUgistet. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 189?. K iitared at thj Poetoffloa, In Salam, Va. m Moond-clase nutter. LOCAL AFFAIPS Bargain House. ?Ss m *gj O O" m a Ml SStf m e w # Woolen Dress Goods lz new Silk Lustre and French Sergee. Prints. Ginghams end Silk Tar tans for Plaid Waists l>aisy (Moth Outings. Some new things in Dress Linings. We think we car please yon in J)re*s Linings, Bleached Cottons Hnd White Uoods in stock. New Hamburg* expected next week. ? We have brought samples of SHELF HARDWARE up to our new place, and we propose to clean it out in the next two ] months. You may buy QTSOMK BAKU A INS. BROWN'S NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. SEEDS! SEEDS! H S ? ? "U Q) <D ?*-> C L. Ctf D o </> >? d 03 H > n < t b a; i CO Q) ? E? ^ | IAVK IAVH JOHNSTON & DAY, Salem's Wide-Awake Grocers. They carry a stock second to none in Salem, of the Purest and Best Groceries the market affords, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 February 1896

HE MOVED MANY TO TEARS. Ber. Mr. Moody Makes a Beautiful Talk Betide the Open Coffin of Hi? Mother. East Northlield, Mass.?The hundreds ?>f persons who til It'll the Con gregational church to day were moved to tears as the lie v. I) wight Moody, the evangelist. standing over the open collin which held the body of his mother, paid a touching tribute to her life of self-saenlicc and devotion, and it counted the story of his own early life of privation and other incidents which the public had never beard. " She made our home, poor though it was," said he, " the best place on earth to us. She taught us that poverty was no disgrace. During the tirst years of her widowhood she wept herself to sleep night after night, and wc never knew of it until later years.'' Mr. Moody toUl of the trying days after t he father died, leaving the family bankrupt: how the creditors took all tho property, even to the wood from the 8bed; how the chilj dren, himself included, had to stay in bed one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 14, 1896. NO. 37 Pure Sugars at Refiner's Prices. l*ea ^ eaier ani>.... wtffee RorsUr. 12 SALEM AVh.. i2 ROVNOKK, ? - - - VA. W. J. HAULER. Manager, Km I |AHNKV G. BARN TZ. ^ DElv' TtST. oirauuau *f the University or Maryland. Vll kinds of dental work executed promptly and in Hrst-claae style. I'eetb extracted with the use of gas. Orric*?In Cnt* Building, (up stairs), Main street, Salem, Va. OlHce Hours?9 to 5. liST Will visit K1 list on and Floyd Court Hdiiiw i niyH.jAi ^RTIIUR B. PUGH. ATTORN E Y -AT- LAW, Salkm, ... VihoaNIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke kmnty, Roanoke City, and iti theCotirtof Appeals. Collections made and promptly remitted I^and Titles Examined. Careful attention to all l<egal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillanl A Persinger Building, Room 2. auKll-93-ly a. W. HAftSBROCUU, L. C. HAW8BROOOH, RcjKjrter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem,V?- wealth's Att'y, Salem, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1896

fimcs-^kflister. I? the Oldest Newpp?|?er in Salem, I ?iin! Im;> ,i hiiii It l^r-M-r riivtiloHiiti . Ihuttauy other |Kt]nr has over had. i FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 189?. IIKN1T * WKMH/K, Publish*!*. TBS XS0HANX08 LIEN LAW. On the Kith of January last, the legislature amended certain sections of the Code iu reference to liens of mechanics, lumber dealers, Sits., so as to provide that at any time after the work done and materials furnished, and before tlio expiration of sixty days from the time such building is completed, or the work thereon otherwise terminate, and from the time ?uch labor is last performed or materials furnished for the construction of any building, iUe his lien, &o. Until this amendment, the time wan thirty days within which to'lUe the lien. THE ELECTION OF UNITES STATES 3ENAT0B8. Our couteuuporary, the Richmond j Times, presents an able article in it* itsue of Wednesday last, on this *ub-; ject, advocating the basing of senasorial representation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1896

$ idics-^Ugistct. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1896. ?SuusrtHl at the Postofflee. In 8alem. Vs. as second-clan matter. LOCAL AFPA.IP8 Brown's largain Bouse. >*&> ! ?; m : tad1 " %%%%%% -%%%%%% Woolen Dress Goods In new Silk Lustre and French Serges. l'rinw. Ginghams and Bilk Tartans for Plaid Waists. Daisy Cloth Outings. borne new things in Dress Lin ings We think we ca plea?? you in Dress Linings. Blearbed Cottons Miid White Uoods in stock New Hamburg* expected next week. w S\ hi f We have brought samples of fife: M | K> [ ? \ 0 : SHELF HARDWARE up to our new place, and we propose to clean it out in the next two months. You mav buy HF~SOMK BARGAINS. BROWN'S MP NEW SHOWN STONE FRONT, SALEM, VA. Would All Oo Then. There will be a meeting of the Koanoke County Teachers' Association at Vinton, on Saturday next, commencing at 10: 30 a. m. J Among other interesting subjects on the program we notice the following: "A Hound Table-Subject, the Teachers' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 February 1896

SERGEANT ORE'S EXPERIENCE. lome Odd Incidents Last Night Three Ohcets Fut Eis Courage to the Test. (.'LurioUc <>". r ) Nvw>.. Sergeunt Joe Orr went on |K>lice luty :?t 1 > o'clock Inst night, am) he' mil n <|ueer run of business. At 1 Vcloek he captured Wnlter flirt, on I Jhureh street. Hirt had on a coat j tud a shirt. The sergeant told him; it was n^.Miixt ihe law to go about rigged up that way, and took him to j Ihe station house. There II rt told! (lis story, lie had got full am! gone ! o sleep in h vacant lot on Chureli' <treet, ween Trade and Fourth! streets. When he waked he found that somebody had striped him of all except eo it and shirt. They *cot #15 | ulso, Hlrt said. The police equipped j him with odds ami ends from the staliou house wardrobe, and sent him home. At 3 o'clock Sergeant Orr saw a Kbost coining out of the lot in the rear of the Charlotte Hotel. The sergeant made bold to stand his g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1896

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA. FKIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21, 1896. NO. 38 OR W R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Ufflce <?ver K H. Marshall's store). OHAOUAtE OrTHE HALT1MORK DENTAL COLLEGE. W1 h fifteen years <>f successful experience, respectfully offers his profuttfrional service* t<? Hie p?*-?pie -?i?*iii ? ? vi? iniiy. Keoti-f rvfrNMiiv ivi* <.h<-u'Ht be <?esired. AK" Ail??K>KI \? b<vi, Salku, VIKHINIa Will practice in the Courts of Koanokt County, Roanoke City, and in tho Court of Appeals. 1 Collections made and promptly remitted Land Titles Examined. Careful attention to all Legal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE?Dillard A Perslnger Building. Room 2. augll-93-ly O. W. HANSBROCOH, I*. C. B^KMBOCUH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Common|>eals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Balem.Va. | JANSBROUGH aIiANSBKOUOH, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke " "*ie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1896

U the OKiest Newspaper in Salem,' ami has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1890. DEN IT A WKliBJK. P?blli?l?*r?. WRESTLING WITH THE ELECTION - BILL. The State Senate last week pawed nu election .law ombodylng ?H the features of the present Walton law, exeept that it abolished the ofliee of Constable, allowing the voter to eall on auy judge of election to assist liim in preparing his ballot. This, it was thought, would be satisfactory to all parties, but the Dispatch of Tuesday says that the Senate bill is not now so popular among the Democrats of the House as it was when its provisions were first made known. A majority of the members are said to l>e in favor of abolishing the constable feature, but many are opposed to giving the ignorant elector the right to select any one of the judges to pepare his ballot. It is thought likely that the Committee on Privileges and Elections, to whom the bill was yesterday referred as soon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1896

itmcs-^Ugistci. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 18U0. Entered at the Postotflce. in Salem Va. as second-class matter. L.OCA.L affaips Brown's lupin louse. *s> : C8 : T? j Woolen Dross Goods O * In new Bilk Lustre ami French " Serges. Prints. Ginghams ami Silk Par- | tans for Plaid Waists. Daisy Clotli _ ? Outings. * ? bom?' new things in Prpss I " ings We U..u* we cao please you I in Dress Lining*, Blearbed Cuikhim SHU.1 2 and White Ooods in stock. New a . Hamburg* expected next week. ; 0 *w : We have brought samples of Sir m ? <Si a SHELF HARDWARE up to our new place, and we propose to clean it out in the n?*xt two months You may btty BfduMK BARGAINS. BROWN'S BARG*,N HOUSE, NEW B OWN STONE FhONT SALEM, VA. J ust ...Received ! #- # A handsome line c?f CAMBRIC KMBROIDERIKS ut very low prices. Also 10-1 Blenched Sheetings, at old prices. Brown Cottons have gone up, but we have J a quality at a low price that can't he beat. | Remember, we meet Hoanokc prices on ! all goods a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 February 1896

A SPECIFIC - I (Mi La Grippe, for Colds, Coughs, AND LUNC TROUBLES, AVFQ'Q cherry MILnO PECTORAL "T?? year* u^o, I had ? 1??? ; rippc, and ,f Id) mi* \v i!i :? roiC'li wgnve ????? tin !?.??? uijlii or ?!;?>. M> family pliy>i?-i u: prescrib <i for im-, ? the ir -.liil'U' a< olt II .1. In* Ioiiii<I the tiling. J li.nl take i were not !i?*l|>tii*x in'', hut, in spite of liis attendance, I got iio better. Finally, my hu-ihaud,?read-ing ono day of a gentleman who hail hail the grippo ami was cured I13* taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,?procured, for :no,a hottle of this medicine, aiul betore I hail taken half of it, f was curcd. I have used the Pectoral for my children and in my family, whenever wo hav? needed it, and have found it a specific for colds, coughs, and lung troubles."? Kmii.y Wooi?, North St.. F.lkton, Md. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Highest Honors at World's Fair. Cleanse the System with Ayer's Sarsaparill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 February 1896

y. V;>L. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1896 i i NO. 39 jjtt. W. K. HEM ALDS, DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall's store). CRAUCATKOFTKE baltimore DENTALCOLLBOB. With fifteen veers of successful experience, respectfully offers bis professional services to the people of Saleiu and vicinity. Best of reference given should it be desired. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SaLKM, ... VlHOIHIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke ounty, fotanoke ("Hty. and in the < ourt <>f Vppeals. Collections made and promptly rwn??tt??i Und Titles Examined. Careful attention to all l/Mgai KusIiimn entrusted to him. OFFB'E?DillaM ft Peraluger Building Room 2 augll-W8 ly O. W. HAflBBBOtKiR, U C. HANSSHOOUH. Reporter Court of Ap Late Ooanaiou peals. Salem,Va wealth's Att'y. Salem. Va. J AN8BROUGH &~H AN8BROUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 8ALSM, - ? VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Court* of Roanoke I 'bounty, R??n<?k...

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