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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 September 1887

'? ? VOL. 22. &iines-&egisier (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERY PIVIDAY MORNING, At 9I>00 Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advancc 92 will be charged J. T.CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DEN 11 F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PabllMbern nn?l Proprlelor*. AOVEKTIMI Nti KATEN. rraitwlvu t Advertisement??those run ?laj[ lew than ilzty d?y??will bo Inserted at the rate of 75cta per aquare for the flrat In Hnrtlou, ud W c?nU for aftch additional ln< ,ert'ou. Special rates for a louger period. Pritr?*ninnitl or other cards, occupying one !?<!??? a re, or leas, one year, 112.00; nil months. ?7.50; three mouths $5.00. Ijonsoi ndvertlwoiuenta subject to apoelal contract. WbHnarlei and Trlbatm of R?>npeet whon thoy exceed ton line*, will he charged (or at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all suet excess. All <'utH must be on metal foundation wheu tliey will bo Innorted without extrx jharRP...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 September 1887

g[iii(fs-?egistw. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FKANK Q. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. For the Senate?Jrburlh District; WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. for the House of Delegates?Roanoke and Cray GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. COLONEL G. B. HOARD. In to-day's Issue we give a well written sketch of the late Col- G. I>. Board, also a copy of the provisions of his will admitted to probate at the September torm of the county court. The largo amount of property so disposed of, and the manner of its disposition, makes it a matter of public interest. So long time a citizen, charged with so many important interests, which ho discharged with so signal an ability, his death leaves a void iu our community. But in the testamentary arrangement of the line estate accumulated by his industry and business sagacity, ho has perpetuated his influence for good in our midst. After tho proper and generous provision for hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 September 1887

?aUm ?Ziines-?fegister. FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 23, 1887. Kutered at the Postoffloe, in Salem, Va u?toond-oluH matter.] ?m IQ PIPVO mtr I* (mmd on AW>t< (l?& IHIO * Ax&A r U..W..1I * Oo"? Nomtwwr AihrmtlMM Dumui (10 Rnnii'<> Rt. V wlin* imI> rrt uln? cwuumu uimjr Im utaUo iwr it IN KJkW VUUK> LOCAL AFFAIRS OwnrrcHfM 1m *?<! Aronnd Nnirm, nod Count; Mitllrm Brlrflj Told For Sale?Seveial head of gradeJerwy cattle. Perry Nuoknt, sp lC-2\v Salem, Va. Marriages.?()d Wednesday, the 31stinstant, Mr. Thomas J. Johnston, one of our well-known young farmers, was united In marriage to Mist* Annie L. Zirkle, daughter of the late Lewis Zirkle, of this county. On the S2nd instant, Mr. John J. Trent and Mia? Sarah ?. Hubbard, both of this county, united their destinies in holy wedlock. School Fun dm.?The apportionment of the State school fund, under the Grandstall' act, has been made, and is at the rate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 September 1887

rrellj ^iHitlN at War. GIKI.H OF ORKKNrOINT AN1> DAM SK1.S OK huntkh'h point in l'ITCHKI? HATT1.K. Tho girls employed at Komaioo't e'anuing factory, on Jackson avenue l^ong Inland City, have grown jeal ous for some time past of the Greenpoint damsels who invaded their territory and monopolized the work al the factory. On Wednesday last, while all the girls wore ou their way home across the commons, Katie Boulette, of Hunter's l'oint and Colin Casey, ofGreenpoint, clinched. The latter, who is nearly twice the size of her adversary, was fast thrashing the Hunter's Point favorite when the fight became general. The girls, who uumbered about twenty, pitched into ono another, and dresses wero torn, facos scratched and hair pulled. Many of the lassies carried their working knives, and they nourished tliem and screamed. The Hunter's Point girls finally routed tho CJreenpointers and chased them out of tho city and into their vicinage. Yesterday the Greenpointer girls came over in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 September 1887

ID AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. ivn a. ,??/?? (gimes-^egister (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERY F It I D A. Y MORNINOi A.t ?1.5(> Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1/ not paid in culvancc |2 will be charged J. T. CRABTREE. CHAS. D. DENII F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER ?*til?llnli?>rn nu<) Proprietor*. ADVEK'CININti StATJj S. AdvertlsementM?those run bIhj 1?M than sixty daya?will bo Inserts at the rate of 7SoU per square for tho flrat In -*rUon,ftnd?0 couu fur eaoli additional in ,ortlou. Hpeolal rate* for a loaiger period. ProfeNMlonnl or other cards, occupylni ruin square, or less, ono year, 112.00; Mi3 months, $7.50; three months >?">.(?). l/>ng? advertisements subject tu special contract. Obituaries nnd Tributes of Rfxprrt wheu they exooed ten lines, will be chaiicei lor at tho rate of 5 cents per line fur all sucl eXCPHK. All Oils innst bo on metal foundation when they will be Inserted wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 September 1887

lni( (Consolidated Aujjunt 15,1883.) Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. For the Senate?Fourth District: WILLIAM Mn ELLIS, Of Montgomery County. for the House of Delegates?Roanoke and Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craiff County. The fear of a money panic in New York has been allayed. Last Saturday was a red letter day in the history of the divorce courts Chicago. Ovor one hundred default casen alone?said to be the largest number on record for ono day ?were disposed of. Gen. Roger A. Pryor has been employed as one of the counsel for the jeven anarchists condemned to the gallows in Chicago, to place their application for a stay of proceedings before the KupreuieCourt of the United States. Tho vote in Davidson county .Tennessee, last week, on the proposition Lo subscribe $600,000 to the proposed Tennessee Midland railroad, resulted in a defeat of tho subscription. An jther voto, however, will bo taken, and it is hoped that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 September 1887

^ultm <?imes-$efjister. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. HJnlered at the PosiotHce, in Salem, Va assecond-clasM matter.] THIS PAPER S^Vp2? AilTntUmllamiu (<08pni(\< 8t.).wl?T<< MlntlliilM wumcu mmf bo xiuKi? I or H IN KJiW VOUK.< LOCAL .AJFIF'-A.TDR.S Orrnrroiirm In nnd Arwnud Nnirm, and County Mattrrm Briefly Told. Public K|M?aktuK. Hons. Win. M. Kills and Giles C. lluflu?n will address the voters of Masonson's Cove, at the Cove school hoase, on Saturday night. October 1st. These same gentlemen will address the voters of Cave Spring district, at Grange Kali, on Tuesday nignt, October 4th.? Other appointments will be announced by handbills. Turn out, people, and hear your champions. * Attention, Ladim?Oth, 7tli, Nth? Grand Fall Opening. Hats, prettier and cheaper than ever. Come to our grand opening and get what you want. Over one hundred hats from which to choose. All trtinn\ed In latest style. Remember the dates, 6th, Tt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 September 1887

Arlviiuis Ward. ONE OP Ills nuoLIi LETTERS PUBLISH EI) FOU THE K1KST TIME TUIB MONTH. The following loiter from Artcmus Ward to n little l ilinira girl, and recently published for tho llrst time, is in the possession of an Elmira, N. Y., gentleman: Salem, Mass., Juno IK, lsfrl. AIj/ Dear A nu lla,?1 cauoot tell you how much I iui# you. It seoma as though I had lost all j my relatives, including my grand-1 mother ami tho cooking-stove. Why didn't I put you in a bottle aud bring you down hero with mo? But I am always forgetting something. Tho other day I went ofTand forgot my Aunt Sarah, and she's a good deal bigger than you are. Mr. Ramsey is also a very forgetful man. He frequently goes off and forgets his washerwoman. Mr. Ramsey Is a very line-looking man. He reminds mo of Mr. Green, tho Maiden murderer. When Mr. llamsey goes to the penitentiary?which will be very soon?we must send him doughnuts, magazines and other literary docuuionts. Mr. llamsey can read print very well. I like ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 October 1887

Y MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1887. NO. 5. ,J|til cm <?imcs=i] egister (CONSOLIDATED.) 13 PUBLISHED EVERT F 11 I I) A. Y M O It N I N G , At Ol.OO Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If not paid in advancc will be chargcd. J. T.CRABTBEB. CHAS.D. DENIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, PabllRhvr* i?n?l proprietor*. ADVKttTIHIXU RATK8. ITraimlcut AdTnrtlaeaonta-those runilndt leMthan sixty days?will be Inserted at tuo rate of 73c t* per square for the first Inaertkon, autl 50 cent* for naoti additional Insertion . Hpeclul rate* for a loagnr period. Professional or other carda, occupying one square, or lens, oue year, 912.00; six month*. 97.60; three months J-'UK). IjODKer advertisements subject to special contract. Oblliinrlcn nn<l Tribute* of Respect, when they exceed ten linos, will ho charged lor at the rate of 5 oeuts per II110 for all such MUM. All Cuts muHt ho 011 tnctiil foundation, when they will bo Inserted without extra .ihargo. Advertisements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 October 1887

&a!etti gintes-?egistei (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER7, 1887. CHA8. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. .For the Senate?Fourth District: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, or Montgomery County. for the House of Delegates?Roa okc and Craig: GILES C. HUFFMAN or Cral# County. Tho prohibitionists of Tennes? concedo that they lmvo been boat* by 16,000 majority. It is Bald that Mr. Frank Ruffi second auditor of the Btate, has pi pared a searching and exhaustive i port of General Mahone's public Hi and that it will soon be issued by tl Democratic committee of the Bta as a campaign document. To gain a complete victory evei Democrat in Roanoke county mu go to work at once. Don't put it o now is the time. Let every man < a man's part. Tho tloods last week destroyed t\ hundred housosin the town of Mi< Texas, and forty lives were lot The suffering is represented as d plorable. Are you in favor of the Bl>?ir bil Mahone is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 October 1887

|ga/??i (giuies-Agister. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1887. i?utored at tho PostolHee, in Salem, Va as second-class matter, j mniQ T) A PPT? rrmr bo frrorvt on flip nt Ooo. AXU.O i n t J!iA i?. ltowi'ii Ac N?w*i><ii?'r ArtvnrtUln* Bunxiu < 10 Sprtl<-?> 81.). ?? ?><n> lulvort Miitf OuuUmcW lmjr U> UukIo lor It IN MiW VOlllii LOCAL AFFAIRS .4 Oernrrcuef* In mill Around Nnirni, niul County ltrlelly Tol?t. Attention, LadlPN-ttth, 7th, Ntli? Grand FhII Opening. Hats, prettier and cheaper tliau ever. Come to our grand opening and get what you want. Over one hundred lints from whlcli to choose. All trimmed in latest style. Remember the dates, Cth, 7th and 8th. Como early and stay late. Accommodations for all. Bargains in all departments. Miss W. L. Makks. Wood.?All those who promised to pay their subscription in wood will please bring It in, as we are In need of some. Only seasoned wood will bo receive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 October 1887

Koiilhorii I'ubllc NrhuitU. The New Orleans TXtneS'Detnocni has boon giving sorao interesting figures with respect to the money expended in tho Southern States on their public schools. The aggregate sum spent annually by the several State governments for all purpose? except schools is put at $?,850,ooo, while the amount expended on schools readies$11,500,000. Siucc l-?*< the number of public schools at the South has been increased from 15,<mk to 61,583, and the number of teach ers from a little over 43,000 to 60,<hm less seven. Tho number of children enrolled in the schools reaches nearly a million. The number of normal schools has also been so largely increased that the prlucipal difficulty now is to 11 nd proper teachers foi them. Who shall say, after this exhibit, that tho Southern States have not beeu making strenuous etrorts to provide educational facilities for their children ? One of the principal agricultural products of Wythe county is cabba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 October 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1887. NO. 6. &*Um Q[imes? $$egis itr (CONSOLIDATED.) ' 13 PUBLISHED EVERY F H I I) A Y MOHNING, At 91.SO Per Yotir, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. IJ not paul in advance 92 will be charged* J. T. CHABTHEE. CHAS. O. DENIT K. O. WEBBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Pabllohcrw nml Proprlvloni. ADVKKIININti KATUN. rrniKlont A?tv*rlHi>Ni?>nt?? those run?In* l*?i thau ility days?will Lk> lusorteu ? t the rat? <>f 7 VN p?r square for lb* drat in--ertloa, and 60 oeuta for ?Mh additional l*?ser'.lou. Hpsclal rate* (Or a lotrjer Wi?d. Pror?Ml?B?l or otber oarda, occupying one square, or leu, one year, I12.U0; six months, 17.60; three month* $5.00. Ixuigvr advertisements subject to ?peolatoontract. ObltnarlM mad Tribute* of BMpcrt, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at tbe rate of i oenta per tine for all such excess. All ('nt* must be on metal fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 October 1887

?xleitt ?Einits-$egi& (Consolidated August 16,1885 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. IK> CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. KRANK O. WEBBER, Associate wm ? ml J ? _ t r Democratic Ticke For the tienate?Fourth ZHslrt WILLIAM M. ELL1 Of Montgomery County. <jor the Home of Delegates?2 oke and Craig: GILES C. HUFFM/ or Craig County. THE KRISK IKON C0MPAN1 What promisee to bo one o largest irou enterprises in the has just been organised wit! chiof office at Salem. The mini capital stock Is $100,000, with to increa.se to $500,000. Tho nai the company is the "Kriso Company." They have just chased and paid for in cash Swecker property, in Wythe coi which is believed to bo tho la deposit of iron in the Stato. Tho developments on this pro; show a mans of oie not loss twenty feet thick, sufficient to < oue hundred acres. The otficers of tho company ai C. Banghorne, President; T Kriso, Secretory and Treasurer Holchkiss, Mining Engineer. Tho Board of Directors is posed of Mes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 October 1887

Si1lem !&iines-&egiwr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. Entered *t the FostolUce, in Salem, V? assocond-claas matter.] rrTTTTCl P A PPT? mar fnorwl rmfoitt CW\. i1110 * iUTX?JIS? |". k?w?.ll ?c (,x>'a !?!<wi.|N?w-r ,Vlv,Til?lij>f Iturwiu < 10 >UTOU> St.). w?w?atlv.-rtl?Ing eoutracu luujr U> uumIo (ur it IN tNt\V VUUK< LOCAL AFFAIRS W?rnrrf?ffN In nuil Aronml Nnivm, Hiid i'ouuly Mnlltri llrlcily Told. Notice.?Obituarlv* exceeding ten lines will in all cases be charged for at the usual advertising rates. Wood.?All those who promised to pay their subscription in wood will please bring It In, as we are in need of gome. Only seasoned wood will l?e received. Bali^oon Ascension.?Mountain Ridge and Bellevue Sunday-schools will give their scholars a pic-nlo near Twelve O'Clock Knob next Saturday, and if the weather Is favorable a thirty-foot balloon, ? which has already binju prepared, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 October 1887

A Ntn?ly ?! She. AN ADAM OF MODKHN 1)AYH C PLAINS OF UIH FALL. The more we study She the 11 we don't understand how it is i She is ahle to twist us around little finger whenever She feels it. But She is. For whom N that in childho* happy days we fight with a boy tl sizes larger than ourselves, and so severely punished that we e sit up for a week ? Why, for SI and Sho only laughs at us for pains. Who is it that devours all our s| change in the shape of caramels, callB for more and gets them, t She. For whom do we linger at si doors with ten dollar bouquets purchase which we have to endu fortnight's martyrdom at free lu counters? She. Who is it that at the raiiroad taurant deals out the soul destroy sandwich and tho death deal doughnut? 'Tie She every time, it were He we would slay him tho spot and glory in the deed. Who accepts our hard earned g on tho pretense of being a flrst-c cook, and then broils our steak I frying pan and boils our coffoe hour ? She. Who is it that accepts our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 October 1887

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. 1887. lvrn t fulfill <&imes-Register (CONSOLIDATED.) U PUBLISHED EVERY P III D YV MOIININO, A.t 91.50 l?or Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCK. If not paul in mivancc *2 will be charged J. T.CRABTRKE. CHAS. U. DENM F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER Publisher* ond ??ruprlrlom. " ? U , ? J , ll _ 4UVEKTIMINU HATK*. rr*a?le?t Ad v?rliMm?nti-those run ? Ind less than sixty days?wilt be luserUx at the r?U) of 75o(? p?r M)u>ra for the first in a?rtl<ror?ind 40 oo. ?? for e*eh additional ir ,?..Vo?. sij.noUt r*f* to- % i >u|?r l*f(ftii*loaal ,.t*cr etPil*, aornprim one square, or less, one year, $12.00; *1: months, $7.50; three m ant ha So.00. Louie advertisements subject to special contract. Ohltnarle* and Tributes of Rcaasci when they ezoee* ten (lues, will bo ehar*e< lor at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all sucl *x?esa. All ??nt? must l?e on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 October 1887

ginies-Hegisltr. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. CUAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Democratic Ticket. For the, tfenate?Fourth District: WILLIAM M. ELLIS, Of Montgomery CoUnty. for the House- qf Delegates?Roanoke and Craij/: GILES C. HUFFMAN, Of Craig County. Mr. Powderly, Geuoral Master Workman of the Knights of Labor has tendered his resignation on account of a " muss" in tho order. lion. Roeuoe Ooukltag has been employed to assist counsel In arguing the Virginia coupon cases before the United States Supreme Court. How can any Republican, who is opposed to the re-election of Mahono as United States Senator, consistently voto for Houston and Elmore, who, if elected, will yoto for him? In voting for them, they aro voting for Mahone. Tho Ayres-Scott Virginia coupon caso is now before tho Supreme Court of tho United States and tho result is looked to with profound Interest by tho people of the Stato and the country. Upon it hangs grave consequ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 October 1887

%'ilem $imes-$egisitr. FUIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. Entered at the Pn?tolBcp, in Salem, V? as second-dawn matter.] 1111] | a "IJ A "PITT? vnny *>mnA on flto nt Oo?v AHAO x /U. ?iiv p. Itowrll?U>'?Nc?<pfii>'r iilrmMOKlliiMiu (108|inuv 8t-V wh.-rv ivlv<-rtUlti|C ouutrauu Uutjr U> uuulo lot it IS MiW liOUU. LOCAL AFFAIRS Offiirrrnrr* In Mttal Aroiinil Nnirni, itml Connly M.tllcru llrlrDy Told. Notice.?Ohiluarlm exceeding ten lines will In nil eases l*? charged for at the usual advertising rates. Wood.?All those who promised to pay their subscription in wood will plMsr bring it in, as we arw In need ??f some. Only seasoned wood will be received. Straykd.? From the premises of Judge Griffin, a grey-hound poppy; color, a very light brown. A suitable reward will be paid for his return. lw Potato 148 Wanted.?I will pay cash for one hundred bushels of good Irish potatoes. Apply to W. I>. F. DUVAL. lw Salem, Va. Dropped...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 October 1887

^('nrd<i, CowhldM PtntolK, 1)1 HK HK8U1.TS OF A l'OKE% l'AK'l 11KOKKN Ui* BV AN IS DION A1 WIFE. A Columbia, S. C., special to t Philadelphia iV<as, October 1-, sa> The town of Walterboro. Collet county, is iutensely agitated over seriee'of cowhidings and threaten duels. All the parties concerned I long to the llrst families of tho pla The eldest son of Major Edwards,t principal lawyer of tho town, ua rled tho beautiful daughter of t late Col. James H. lUon. Vou Edwards* frequout absences fi< home at night aroused his wife's i and last Sunday night, guided bj boy named Izlar, sho entered 1 room whore her huBband and seve malo friends were engaged In a gai of poker. Among thoso present v a Mr. Bellinger. Mrs. Edwai seemed to have thought him in soi way responsible for her huaban habits, anr' drawing a cowhldo fr< beneath h? r shawl sho beat him i merclfu'V before sho could bo sec ed. iier sex saved her from retal tlon on tho part...

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