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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 February 1896

?imes ? mister. It the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, aud has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. PBBEUAKY 88, UN. DKXIT * WKRM.tR, Publisher*. The legislature will probably adjourn next week,' as it* ubiety day! limit will expire ou Monday. Nobody would object, we imagine, if they quit | on Saturday evening. Very gratifying evidences of returning prosperity are to be seen in tuany sections of the country, especially in the Soutli. Those free-silver United States Senators from the West are the biggist elephants the G.O. P.ever had on its hands: and the elephants are having all the fun, tnat'sthe beauty of it. Well, the country seemed to want a Republican Congress! There she is gentlemen ; how do you like her. She has'nt passed a thing but time. Hut' she'n a Republican Congress, all the same. It is Haid that the favorite apple of the Queen of England is grown in Virginia ? the Albemarle pippin. Now if the old lady?Her Majesty, beg pardon?would like nometh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 February 1896

limes FK1DAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18JHJ. ? >' 'hf "(Htiiiflo in V? Spring Goods III ^toclt plow. BLEACHED Cottons, India Linens, Check Muslin, Dimities mid White Apron Goods. ^JAMBURGS in 6taple and novelty TABLE Linens, Napkins, Towels, White Counterpanes, &c. NOVELTIES iu Waist Goods in Tartan and Worsted Plaids. WE HAVE increased our stock of Butterick Patterns one-third. NEW UMBRELLAS from 50c. to $3.00. See display iu window. THE Largest assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hose and Men's Half Hose we have ever carried. THE celebrated Waukenhose for Men. Knit Rights and Lefts.? Can be had of U8 ONLY. BROWN'S Pf NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM, VA. Just - ...Received! * A handsome line of CAMBRIC KM^dROLDERM58 at very low prices. Also 10-4 Bleached Sheetings, at old prices. Brown Cottons have gone np, but we have a quality at a low price that can't be beat. Remember, we meet Roanoke prices on all goods and guarantee to save you money. Do you Wapt With every f 10 to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 February 1896

TO IT HOW. If you have a kind word?say II. Throbbing hearts soon sink to re?t: If you owe a kindness?pay it. Life's sun hurries to tlie west. Can you do ? kind deed -do i*. l-'roui de*|>air some soul to saxe ; It less each day an you |?ss through it. Marching onward to the crave. If some grand thing for to-iuorrow You are dreaming?do it now ; Fr m the future do not borrow ; Frost toon gathers ou tlie brow. 6|>e&k your word. |>erfurm your duty, Kigbt is coming deep with rest; Wars will gleam with fadeless beauty, (brasses whisper o'er your breast. Days for deeds arc few, my brother. Then, today, fulfill your vow ; If you mean to help another, l>o not dream it?do it now. The Heiress?" I'm afraid papa will never consent." The Impecunious- " Is your father down on me ?" The Heiress,?" No ; he says he's up to' you." TURNING GRAY AND THREATKNED WITH BALDNESS The Danger is Averted by Using AVER'S ""...p. "Nearly forty years ago, after...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 March 1896

'ANOt- OUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 6, lb96 NO. 40. | jK. W. it. DENTIST,.. (Office over E U. Marshall's rt<>qr) ^ ^ ORADUAriorTHI BALTIMORE l>???T\?, V i h liflwu y?- .r>? ? ? ri**?'Ce, rw|i?cttuii? H r* ?..> . i t^rvltvx t>i Hit |t- pe ?' - ? *?ui vi. iiiim B.-i u- h- ? cMfv?i A A I* P??K >> A . Salkm, - v i kuinia Will practice in tl? '"tut* ?f KiwimkV>untv, K4?u<ikF' iit %???' '? \pmtH. Collections made ami ? ? I*and Titles Kxamii?**i. Careful attention to all I ??*??? '??hhi'"* ? < trusted to bim. OFFICE?DIHarn G PemiiiKKi tlmldm* Room 2. ly U. W. IUNKHRoDWU. L.O a*NMW>0?li, -tepoiter Conn of A|? Late Common pnals.8alenj.Va wealth's Att'y Halenj Va | A*?HR ?PGH A H \NSBKonMH. *TToRNKYh AT LAW, ?ALEM - - \ IKmI\ l v Win practH* in the of koanokt ounty, Roanoke City, and the Court of Wi? i ?% 't H<>nmr KoilrilliK, Sainm. Va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 March 1896

limes ? Agister. Ii the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, j and has a much larger circulation j than any other paper ha* ever had.! FRIDAY. MARCH 1M?0. llKNIT * WRBBSB, PublUher*. Uncle Sam is going to help Cuba make Spain walk Spanish. if any one appreciates this mild weather it is barefoot Trilby. The subscription for re building Dr. Hatcher's church in Richmond have already reaohed $13,000. Those who sit around and talk silver have just as much money in their pockets as those who sit arouud and talk gold, perhaps. The real brave men will be heard from after It is definitely settled that there will be uo war with Spain. s President Cleveland in making up | his list of military heroes preparatory to war should not ox* - '.ook General Coxey. ? ? + ^ Over 381 negroes, reprenentiOK half ft dozen Southern States, sailed from Havanuali, Ga., Monday afternoon for Liberia. The President might kill oft the booms of a few of his opponents for the Democratic nomination by sending them to Spain. Ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 March 1896

FRIDAY, MARCH O, 1890. Kntamri at th? In Va ... Spring Goods In fStoc^ plow. BLEACHED Cottons. India Linens, Check Moulin, DiuiitieH aud White Apron Goods. HAMBC7RGS in staple and novelty styles. TABLE Linens, Napkins, Towels, White Counterpanes, &e. NOVELTIES in Waist Goods in Tartan and Worsted Plaids. WE HAVE increased our stock of Butterick Patterns one-third. NEW UMBRELLAS from 50c. to 00. See display in window. rpHE Lm**t assortment of Ludies' JL aii<) Children's Hose and Men's H Hose we have ever carried. THE celebrated Waukenbrme for Men. Knit Rights and Lefts.? Can be had of U8 ONLY. BROWN'S Mr NEV BROWN STONE FRONT, SALEM. VA. Cut This Out . nvusns. Cut Loaf. ? . ?uivenzed, Oranulnted, Yellow. n?ll % N New "rleans. Rorgbum, Porto Rico, Rock Candy Drip*, Mnple. ? K N. UQpowder, Oolong, Kiik- Breakfast. (OrF?:i:H-.HAaMo<(. A r buck lea. K. O. Levering's, Ideal lilend, Mocba and Java Blend ? Ol VK?N.-Greeii. Java, Hio, Laguyra, Santos, Marica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 March 1896

WHAT lors IT PROFIT! V orry atui fr*-t. w.?ir> and fr?t? Th*' i* the burdt-n ?>f living, tuy |*t Never a moment to rest or forget? Never a moment to falter and yet, What does it profit this weariutc away. Filling our summer with dust and decay ? Wlint it profit t-? Mrug|(le and sav??. Heaping upg*?ld on the brink oft he grave? What doe- it profit to parry an<1 trust. Conquer and trample our foe in the dust? Nothing is left at the last hut regret? What Uoes it profit to worry uud fret? Worry and fret, worry and fret? Life is not more than hulf over yet ; I'r. fgery. death and dis- rder and debt, Glare at us out of the darkness and wet? Watching and eagerly waiting to find One of us lagging a little behind ; Eagerly tliirstin;; to drink up our blood, Eager to trample the soul in the mud. Why should we keep in the feverish ehase. Sure to be beaten at last in the race? I<et us be i?oorer and hsppler, pet, What does it profit to worry and fret?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 March 1896

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 13, 1896. D R. w. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall's store). ORAPITATB OP TUB BAI.TIMORB DBNTAL COLLBUB. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully offers his professional services to the people of Salem and vicinity. Best of reference given should it be desired. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORN E Y-AT- LAW, Salkm, ... Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke < bounty, Roanoke City, and in theCoartof Appeals. (Collections made and promptly remitted. I .and Titles Examined. Careful attention to all l<et;ai Business entrusted to him. OFFP'E?l>illnr?1 A Pfr?ii)i<?r HuihliiiK, Room 2 ?ugU-(*3 ly <*. W. llAKHBi'.OVOI*, ?.fc. HiilSdSIMBl K Court of 4 w v ,L?tn <V<aru>on peals, Salem. Vu. wwutlTsA*F y Salem. Va 1 AN8BROUGH A HANHBKOrwH. ATTORNEYS \T LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County. Roan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 March 1896

limes ? lUtjigter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, MARCH 1?, 1890. 1 ' - . DKNIT A WKBHJK, Pnbllthrrii. Salem haw many advantages for manufacturing industries, and wp look hopefully to the future. The bill passed at the recent session of the Legislature, will, it is estimated, save *l\ooo to *20,000 in criminal expenees. Judge Farrar is critically ill at Amelia Courthouse of grippe and erysipelas. The board of supervisors of RockIn ham county have decided to build a new courthouse. It is said that Prof. Oarner is stranded in New York. There are others whose monkey talk hes brought theiu to bankruptcy. James O. Smith, proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, Richmond, has made an assignment. The city taxes of Lynchburg liav* l?eeu reduced from $1.60 to $1.50 on the hundred dollars. Ground was broken Monday for th* new $225,000 shops which the South ero Railway will build near Salisbury N. C. Miss Bessy Davis, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 March 1896

limfs-^cqistrt. ? it l DAY, MARCH 13. IS96. tl* 'u^ ih<* III "taleif. V* ? <? H ? IIMttff. r ,OC A. A ? A. X"R s. Spring Goods III gtoc^ plow. y ? Bleached Cottons, in?n?? Lincb*, Check Mu?dio, Diuiitive mni White Apron Goods. HAMBI'RQS in staple ??n?i novelty tdylcs. fPABLE Linens. Napkins. Towels, A White Counterpanes, &e. Novelties in w?ist Good* in Tartan ami Worsted Plaids. WE HAVE increased our stock of Butterlck PtttteniH one-third. NEW UMBRELLAS fr..?u 50c. to $3.00. See din,Jay in window. M Ml THE Largest assortment of Ladies* and Children's Hose and Mwn's H Hose w?> have ever carried. r|MiK celebrated Waukenhos#* for A M?*n. Knit. Right** ami Lvfts.? Cau be had of US ONLY. BHOWN'S NEW B OWN SiaifK P NT, SALEM. Va. Religious Exerciscs. The following appointments have been made by the Salem Laymen#' Union for religious excrciscs for Sunday, March 15th : Hend Chapel, 11 a. m. Mountain View, 11 a. m. Zion, 11a. m. Hanging Hock, 7.30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 13 March 1896

A Household Iri'ttNurc. I). W. Fuller, of Oanajoliaritt. N.Y., says that he always keeps l)r. Kiog]s Ntnv Discovery in the house, and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not he without it, if procurable. ?. i A. Dvketuan, druggist, Catskill, N.Y., says "that Dr. King'* New Discovery is undoubtedly the b?st cough remedy; that he haw used it in his family for eight years, ami it has never failed to do'all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested.* Trial bottles free at Stnead & Sander's drug store. Regular size ."i4?c. mid #1.00, The Bland Sunday law has become a dead letter and all who believe in tuau's right to freedom of conscience should be glad that this is so. If legislation in such matters should go on, next thing our law makers might liud themselves called upon to determine l?v law which] is'the right religion. Did 1 on Ever Try Electric Hitter as a remedy for your troubles ? If not, get a bot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. i896. NO. 42. ??. R. UCKALDS, DENTIST, (Office over K. H. Mjirnbairs store). ORAPt'ATX OF TIIX RALTIMORK ItXI?TALCOL!.KCK. Wi h fifteen rear* of successful experience, reepectfoliy oilers bit prufossioual services to the people of Halera and viciuily. Meat of refereuce given should it be desired ^ KTUUK B. PUGR. attorn RY-at-Saukm, - Vikuima. Will practice In the Ouirte of Roanoke \>untv, Roanoke fMty. and in the<Vmrtof Ippnals (k>llectinti? made and i>r>ni|4ly fnnnwn l?and Titles Kxamiiied t'areful attention t?> alt ??? ^iiniiih?> 'rusted to hi in. j OFFI* II?tWl??r?l \ ''erai hirer HOildiUK. ttooni 2 . 11-^3 ly o. w. HAWMUMWua, 6-a H*mw?roH, Reporter Court of Ap- . Late Oommonpeals, Salem, V*. wealth's Att'y, Salem. Va. gANSBROUGH AHANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, r SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke Counter, Roanoke City...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1896

lim e$ - mister. Is I lie Oldest Ne\\sp:q?er in Salem, and had a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MABCU 80, 18M. OKMT J*. KKB/ta. I, PubllNlirr*. ? 1 ? ? REPUBLICAN ASSISTANCE IN SEX-1 OCBATIC BSPOEX. It hap|a)U* now ami tlieu that the Democratic party, iu both its State aud National organizations, become? dissatisfied with the men who have been its lender* aud with the results of its methods aud measures. We say the Democratic party, for it in uotorious that the Republicans have not had in their whole history any such dissatisfactions or aspirations for better or If so that these have iH'en relieved by the stris/i of their party whip. With our own party It has beeu different and is a healthful indication, aud one giviug to the country the very best assurance that its interests will be safest in our hands. Hut whilst reforms are often needed, always wholesome, always a proof that the party in question is a living, vital organization, rather than a 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1896

limcO'iRfqistft. KR1DAY, MARCH 30, 18WJ. notntHce tu ***!*?? V%. ->!!.Wk IllitlU", ^ ^ A JL. A.FFATT- S Spring Goods In j5toclt flow. BLEACHED Cottons. India Linens, Check Mmdln, Dimities nnd White Apron Goods. HAM BURGS in staple Hiid novelty styles. TABLE Linens, Napkins, Towels, White Counterpanes, &c. NOVELTIES in Waist Goods in Tartan and Worsted Plaids. W E HAVE increased our stock of Butteriok Patterns one-third. N EW UMBRELLAS from 50c. to f3.00. See display in window. THE Largest assortment of Ladles' and Children's Hose and Men's Hose we have ever carried. THE celebrated Waukenhose for Men. Knit Rights and I/efts.? Can he had of US ONLY. BROWN'S NEW BROWN STOKE FRONT, SALEM. VA. ' .1 -- ILJW^g Religious Ezeroitei. The following appointment* have l>een made by the Salem Laymens' Union for religious eaercises for Sunday, March 2i!d : Ouk Orove, 11 a. m. Bend Chapel, 11a. ni. Mason's Cove, 11 a. m. Cedar Grove. 11 a. m. Mountain View, 11 a. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 March 1896

Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect order by the occasional use of Tints Liver Pills. They regulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. l or sick Ikadache, malaria, biliousness, constipation and kindred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS Not Up In Arithnatic. I was Waiting ?r the ib-pot lor a south I >011 hi) train wlifn a neuro dray man approached me, hat in hand, aud said: 44 Scuse me, bo?-f?. but I wanter ax >o a feVv ?,ue^huns.*" All right, go ahead. "A few wjtt'kn h|;o I sold Mr. Peter* a mewl for iUteen dollars." Yes. 44 Due time he pays me three dol-j lam ami agin he pays me two. How ' much tlill ilat leave to pay Y" Ten dollars. " Den he borrows two dollars of me aud lets it go on the mewl." That increased the debt to twelve. 44 Den he pav? lue live dollars and borrows seven." That left him owing you fourteen | dollars. 41 Den lie pays me fo dollars an borrows six, an daj was do las* transauction till dis mawnin." If you are right ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 March 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 27, 1896. NO. 43. D R. W. R. RENALDS, DENTIST, (Office over B. H. Marshall's store). <;K MH'ATK OF TUK BALTIMOK* UENTALCOLI.KUE. Willi fifteen vcars of successful experience, respectfully oilers bis profossional services to the people of Sulem and vicinity. Best of reference give" should it be desired. ^RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Salkm, - - - Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and in the Court of Appeals. Collections made and nromptly remitted, l^and Titles Examined. Careful attention to all l^egal Business entrusted to him. OFFICE? Dillard * Perainger Building, Room 2. augll-itt-ly O. W. 11A NHHROCOH, 1,. O. HAl<Wmo\KI>, Reporter Court of A|>- I?ate Oommoni>eals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem. Va. u ANSBROUGII A HANSUKOTJGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practioe In the Courts of ltoauoke County, Roanoke City, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 March 1896

?ime$ ? Agister. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH 27. lbUO. UKNIT * WKltH^K, PublUher*. The fact canuot be deuied that Spain w as tint to recognize the Cuban insurgents. It seems that the McKluley barrel turn turn haw called the Indiana Republican braves to his rescue. Religious bigots sometimes forget that the latch string of St. Peter's gate is for general use. It is said that some of the McKinley delegates are scheduled at high tariff rates. It may require considerable tact to keep the Morton boom above water since it was so badly snagged iu New York. The blocks of live signal system adopted by Dudley in Indiana is keeping the St. Ix>uis track free for McKinley. McKinley is capturing a large majority of the Republican delegates to the St. Louis convention, and it begins to look like he will win on first ballot. ? m > ? They thought they had an earthquake up in Maine a few day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 March 1896

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1890. Entered at the Poatottice, in Salem, V?. as seoond-class matter. LOCAL AFFAIBS Spring Goods In ?toc^ ]\[oW. 1} /?? LEACHED Cottons, India Linens, Cheek Muslin, l>imUien ami White Apron Goods. H AMHURU8 iu staple ami novelty styles. TABLE Linens, Napkius, Towels, White Counterpanes, &c. NOVELTIES In Waist Goods in Tartan aud Worsted Plaids. WE HAVE increased our stock of Hutterick Patterns one-third. NEW UMBRELLAS from 50c. to $1.00. See display iu window. TBE Largest assortment of Indies' aud.Children's Hose and Men's Half Hose we have ever carried. I'M!E celebrated Waukenhose for Men. Knit Rights and Lefts.? Can be had of US ONLY. BROWN'S m* NEW BROWN STONE FRONT, SALKM, VA. ?I ? ' / *x Sale of Canned Goods! For the next SIXTY DAYS we will otter special bargains in all kinds of Canned Vegetables and Fruits. We have in stock at present the largest aud best assorted line of these goods that can be found in this section, such as Suapps, P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 March 1896

Seoet o? Beauty ij'',; it. , i 'k :*ch t oihoalih is the. power toui^cst and assimilate n j i'OiK-r cihinity of food. TK~ c; !i in. vet' Ik: done: when the Kv< r not act it's part. Doyon know this? TutiY, 1? . Pills are an absolute cure io: ick headache,dyspepsia, s ur tomach, malaria, eon ,ti pat ion, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, biliousness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills Our Freddy on the Hornet. A horuifc is tho mostest feerfully maid demun that is, excepting 'tis a bed bug. llornits i? maid to ktep bad boys from steeling joon apples on a Sunday. Uucle Jake says lie seen a uiule wonst eetup a horuits ness fur his breakfust, and no body lias ever saw that mule since, but Uncle Jake was turned out of tlie church lass Suuday for tellin lies. 1 red wonst whar sum Sunday ecliulfc cliillun tli rowed rocks at a horn its ness, and they had to bury them iu ingee rubber coffins. The preecher sed a boy that is bornod of the dsvil is of few days and full...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 April 1896

VOL. 30. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1896. NO, 44, DR. w. K. RENALDS, arxst <5ffiPFW DENTIST, (Office over E. H. Marshall's store). URAUUATS OF Til K HAl.TIMOK* UBltTALCOLlWGX. With fifteen years of successful experience, respectfully offers bis professional services to the |>eople of Salem and yicinitv. I Jest of reference Riven should it be ilesireo. A RTHUR B. PUGH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Salkm, - - - Virginia. Will practice in the Courts of B?"Joke County Roanoke City, and in tbe Court of A ejections made and promptly remitted. JSre^ atS^uTn t!o all Legal Buainess enlri)FFICK^DiUard <fe Persi tiger Btdhhng, Room 2. augll-ftS-ly o. W. IIANBBROUUH, I. 0. HARSBROUOH, Reporter Court of Ap- I*te CommonSalem, Va. w^th^ Att y. j^?ANSBllOUtiU * HANSBUOUUH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke Cotintv, Roanoke City, aiul the ^urt or ^irri?-r?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. L KE A AI.LKMONU, ...

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