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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 December 1887

?atem if egi:;ttr> (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVEftY F III D A Y M O II N I N G , At 91.00 I??r Year, 8TRICTL Y CASH IN ADVA NCK. Jf not paid in advance $2 will be charged. . T. CRADTHEE. CHAS. D. DBN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEHIT & WEBBER, Pabllihfn Had Proprietor*. ? i ? ? AUVBItriNlNG KATEM. >B*mi thpM run- _ _ _ r|ea rx> eciU* for each HBHH la eertlon. Special rate* Tor a longer period. Prof?Mloaal or other cards, occupying our aquare, or lean, one year, $13.00; six month*, 87.60; three months $5.00. Longer advertisements subject to special contract. Obltuarie* nn<t Tribute" of Kenpeef. when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 oenta per line for all such excess. All Cn|a mast be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extrii harge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In any flven Issue,should reach thlsolBce ou or be. ore Tuesday of that week, CorrMposd*sv?, containing Important ne...

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

1 (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Congress will convene text Monday, and tho Virginia Legislature will begin its scsiou on Wednesday of next week. The (State Board of C'anvassors mot in Richmond last Monday and canvassed the vote cast on the 8th of November. The result of tho canvass show i that tho wholo vote cast in the St a to was: Democratic, 119,XIM?; Republican, 119,380; Democratic majority, 426. This does not give a fair idea of the Democratic strength developed in tho contest, as iu several counties where the Democrats had no hope of electing their candidates they supported anti-Mahono Republicans. In these totals this fact is not taken Into consideration, but it still remains too close to be altogether comfortable. Mr. Arthur O. Sullivan, of Montgomery county, announces that he will be a candidate for re-election to tho ofllce of First Doorkeeper of the IIouso of Delegates. Mr. Sullivan, as far as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 December 1887

&xlem {?imes-$$egisttr. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1887. Entered <*t the Pnstnffloo, In Halern, Va aa?eoond-olKH^ matter.] this paper LOCAL AFFAIKS (XrnrrfnrrH In nwd Aronnd Kmrni, u4 County m?t(rra Briefly Told. Notice.?Ohltuariws exceeding ten lines will In all cases be charged for at (he usual advertising rates. Lost ?Between my office aDd the residence of Mr. A. II. Magee, on Sunday morning last, a pair of gold spectacles. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning them to me. lw Dr. 0. Wilby. M Let dogs delight to bark," Ac., but when a cultured and 41 early englished " and well-dressed dude takes to It, it | Is then lie needs a friend to lend him a quarter to buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's | Cough Syrup. The Sick.?Dr. J. W. Brufley'd many friends are glad to see lilm out again after his protracted Illness. C. M. Webber, Esq., editor of the Roanoke Sun, is confined to his home, in this place, by muscular rheumatism. Ills physician. Dr. Dlllard, informs us th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 December 1887

THE 1H)CT0R. The Doctor is a useful man, Constructed on a noblo plan; >1 e's sometimes fnt ami annietlmralean, Ami sometimes just half way between, But none confer* more blessings then The Doctor. The Doctor noes anil lingers where Men's moaning freight the fetiti >ir; Whene'er he can give relief To sickness ami as well to grief; Ah ! ill could we poor mortals spare The Doctor. He may some statelv palace own. All silk inside and outside stone; Hut still, in counting human woee. Like some base-burner stove he goes. And never sleeps?so far as known ? The Doctor. We may not know him when this shell Of clay bellts the spirit well, But when the spirit doth protest Against the clay that doth invost, Our grief In condolence we toll The Doctor. The Doctor is a generous man, But people choat him when they can : They haye their hoalth roatored on trust. And pay him sometimes when they must, And swear uo bill is bigger than The Doctor's. For Farm ?n?l Farmer. Shelter Is c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 December 1887

/ VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, vJhFRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9. 1887. NO. 14. J?/em <?iines-$egister-(CONSOUDITED.) is PUBLISHED EVERT F III I) A Y MOIIN ING, At ?1.BO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCK. If not paid m advance $2 will be charged. . T.CRABTREE. CH A3. D. DEN IT IT. O. WEUBEH. CRiBTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, r?MI?li?N ???? Proprietor*. ADVBHriKlNU ttA rs?. rransleut Ad vertlse?*e?ts?those run - tlnil??Umn sixty days? will be inserted at the raVe ofTSeta par square for the Ural Inasrtlon, aud 60 oenta for eaob additional Insertion. Bpeoial rate* for a longer period. ProfMtloaol of other cards, occupying one square, or leae, one year, IE2JM; six month*. ?7.50; three month* $5.00. Longer a lvertlseroent* subject to special contract. ObltssrlM >Ud frlbatM of Itfuprol. ?rben they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 6 oenta per line for all aucb excess. . , . All Cuts must be on metal foundation, srbeu they will be Inserted witho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 December 1887

&alen( gfintes-gfegistft. (Consolidated August 10,1083.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?>, 1887. CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. GLORY ENOUGH. Yep, we feel Ilkesaylng hallelujah, and the reason of our rejoicing la thai the United States Supreme Court last Monday decided the Virginia coupon cases entirely and emphatically favorable to tho State. It ia doubtful whotheratany point in Virginia the tidings of that decision were received more gladly than In Salem, for our people have l>een loyal to the Stato in her hour of trouble, and they had a right to rejoice over tho new* that ber sovereignty waa assured,and that forever and eternally heater wear- to t.? rr?**nd from I ie clutches j O/ the usurer, Bond, so fur, at least, as coupon s.'lts are concerned. If ever there was a man who should feel rebuked that rnau surely is Judge Bond, and ifevera people worejustified in rejoicing in that rebuke, are not the Virginia people so juatifled ? In anothe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 December 1887

?ahm fiimes-gfegister. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1K87. Entered at the Poatottoe, in Salein, V? as second-class matter.] Ill IT 1Q W J| 1)v|) m?r to on flU ?t Ow\ *?lo JC il_[ lll? KHowrllACi)1! r iihwtlnliK Itatmu (lOBpcuo* 8t.LwVi? ?<lw(l?lii| KMUMU uuk/ Iki uukIo luf it IN > fcW VUUK< , LOCAL AFFATPS Orriirrrnrta I? and Around Maiem, a>i<1 ('?nnty Mi?tter? Briefly Told. Notice.?Obituaries exceeding ten linen will In nil cases bo charged for at the usual advertising rate*. "Coane to lament for that thou cans' t not help. And study helps for that which thou lament's* If It U thy cold take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. ? . ? A SUPPOSED MURDERER ARREST xd.?A negro auppoaed to b? Andrew Saunders, who is cb*rg?d with th? murder of Fleming Mckervon, also ?*?lored, at Coshocton, Ohio, a ?hoit time ago, was arretted by detective II. A. Webber, last week, while In oamp at Lake Solitude, near Paletn. Sanders la about five feet eight Inchee tall, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 December 1887

M lij tiirN <??? Wroui;. Y"ii'l> <m ymiiii w lu'ii'vrr you find it. Yonug blootl tl >w* swift and wurtu through pulsing veins. Young heart * lor;,' for comp ml- >tHhip your.g bruins indn !ge i:i vague,* w c< tdream* of plca?urt> yet to come. A beautiful young ;;JrI (Mil no more Ihi content with pr< y.tH* duties, without one day ol pl?a*ur?> !<? brighten her 1 ift*, than a meadow lurk an l>o content in a cage. To attend faithfully to the most commonplace tasks all day, to t> u no word of praise for her labors, an-l to retire at 8 o'clock on a beautlful moonlight evening is llttlo Ives than torture to a giri full of sentiment ami undefined longings. Yet this Is the existence of hundreds of country girls. The parents regard auy hours spent in pleasure as so much lost time. They exact industry and obedience from their offspring, invito no confidence, and ob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 December 1887

V. RID AY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1887. NO. 15. fulfill gimes-^tgisler-(CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVERT F III D A Y MOHNINO, At t?1.50 Por Ycnr, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. 1/ not paid in advance f'2 will be charged. . T.CRABTRKB. CHAS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, PabllMh?>rt and Proprietor*. m .. J?ji 4DVEKTIS1NV KATES. rrNUnlrni 44*erllM?MBt*-thoi? run- ? In* lesH than alxty day*?will be Inserted at the rate of 7Jet* per souare (or the flnl In?ortlou, and l? oente tor tmeti additional insertion. Special rate# for a longer period. Profeaalounl or other card*, occupying one square, or leu, one year, 112.00; nix monthu, $7.60; tbree mouths IS.00. L<onger a IvertliiemenU subject to npeclal oon tract. Obituaries ami Trlbnirn of Reaped. ?Then they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the rate of 5 cents per line for all such ? roess. All I'nU must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra barge. Advertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 December 1887

?iiqes-?egisly[. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1887. OHA8. D. DKNIT. Editor. PRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. SENATOR BARBOUR. The Democratic members of the Legislature did honor to themselves, their party, and the State of Virginia last Friday by unanimously nominating in caucus Hon. John 8. Barbour for tho United States Senato to succeed Mr. Riddleberger. This action of the caucus will be ratified on the 20th instant by his election to this important positiou, and it is no disparagement to the other gentlemen who had the *? Senatorial bee in their bonnets,'* if any there were, to say that no man has more worthily won this recognition by distinguished and successful services to his party and bis people ban has Mr. Barbour. With such e team as Daniel and Barbour in the Senato of the United States, Virginians of every class and condition may well feel assured that their interests will be faithfully guarded in the actions of that body. Why has not the usual statement ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 December 1887

^ulem *(?imes-$egisler. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 18*7. Matured at the Poatofffoe, In Salem, Va B8?econd-duiH matter.] ?m I g T> A TJ y I) mnT to ffWTvl on fll? i?* nm. XniO X Ai ?iili |\ Itimi'iut'o'ii tiwuwwr A.*wtlnlnic RUIJ^U C10 Kpnicr hi Ouuiriu;iA uusjr bo iiiimIo lur IV AN M?W lUUiv* LOCAL AFFAIPS OffiirrfiifM In nml A round Snirm, and County Mi?tt??r? Itrlrfly T?l?l. "There's method in that man'* madness," remarked the Superintendent of an Insane Asylum of one of his patients. "How does it show llaelff" questioned the visitor. " Why, he alwaysn*k*fora bottle of I>r. Bull's Cough .Syrup?when lie has a cold." "Ah! I see.*' . Found ?A pair of gold spectacles The owner can get them by fully describing same and paying for this advertisement. It Death ok Mrs T. J. Shickel.? This lady, the wife of our townsman. Mr. T. J. Shickel, died at her home In Staunton ou Tuesday morning last, hav- 1 1:iK been in falling health for several qtontbs. Site was burled In Staunto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 December 1887

The N?>w* In Brier. Over 100 ear loads of sugar have passed over the Shenaudoan Valley railroad for northern points in the past few days. The shipments of cottou, molasses, iron ore and other commodities are also unusually large. Mrs. Martha Winston, inother-in-law of Bishop J. C. Gran berry, of ?ho M. K. Church, South, died in St. Lou Is last week. Kho was a native of Virginiu. <Jon. Jubal A. Karly has ninde an ad itional contribution of $1,000 to] th Leo mouumont at lMchmond. i lie average daily shipment of cot-' t< n over the Norfolk A Western rail- j " oad for Export at Norfolk, during the month of November, was uot less than 1,100 bales. The shipment of] cattle over tho same road from southwest Virginia to eastern poiuts was also heavy during the mouth. There will be twenty seveu redheaded men in the new House of Representatives. Look out for a stormy session. The Interstate Commission lias decided, according to a Baltimore paper, that flrst-cla...

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

VOL. 22. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. 1887. NO. 16. Sgulein (ginits-^egisler-ItONSOUDITEO.) 13 PDBLI8HED EVERT F n I D A T M O II N I N ? , Vt tl.QO Per Year, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVASCK. If not paid in ixavci*ce |2 will be charged. . T.cn^BTREK. CHAS. D. DKNIT F. O. WEBBER. C ABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, Pafcltahera nod K>r?pvt? l?r?. 18 ' i ? 1_._- J) -11-. 4IIVKK KA I rr?Mi?a> U?wM?n?<? thottrahatng lets than ilxt; dajra?will be Inaerted at the rate of 7Sot* per iqu?ra.(or the Orat Jn?DU rw bMT ?ortlca. -*%a* Jor-fM PrtfmlMel or <7lh?r cards, oocupylng one ?qaare. or l?u, one year, IUjOu; alx months, 17.60; three months 95.00. Longer a I vertlaement* subject to speolal contract. Obituaries and frlkale* nf Bwp??i, ?rlien they exoeed ten llnea, will be charged for at the rate of ft oenta per line for all such excess. All Cati must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra harge. Adver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 December 1887

M*hiri ?inies-?egist^. (Consolidated August 16,18B3.) ^FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1887. CHAS. D. DBNIT, Editor. FRANK ?- WEBBER, Associate. Before our next issue the holiday thT Timp" 5?? C?me aDd gODe' 8011 the Times-Register now extends to its many readers and kin J patrons, best wishes for a joyous Christmasa season of sweet rest through harm-1 leos enjoyment. Let uo ono who is able to do so fail to contribute what he can to the enjoymeut and comfort of the deserving poor whom we havo in our midst during this glad season. The Saviour's birthday can not bo more oeflttingly celebrated than in deeds of charity au? love to those who merit it. The legislature adjourned ^Vednesday for the Christmas recess, and will not reconvene untii January 4t? next. The postal telegraph bill may not Pass this time, nor in its present Bhape but the people demand the T^JBtal telegraph cystem and they will have it before long, two Hours' in joint session on Wednesday, declared Mr. Barbour elected to the Unit...

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

?>?km ^imes-Register. FRIDAY, DECEMBER *8, 1887. Kntorod at tke Pnatotlloe, In Salem, V? matter.] MM V f VW| w 1w foa-vl on fin nt n?a ?** RRowWl * Ou*> howumur Ail i *prn? SLVwhorr !?!?* (M?uto?a*r b? m*U fur II in M&w VOUK. LOCAL .A^FIFATIRS OrrarrfarrR la ith -1 Arotind Kninn, hb4 C*Mtr flatten* Briefly Told. "Thettaa that blushes is not quite a brute." We suppose siot. but they say there is a whole family out in Dakota, who had never even heard of Dr. Hull'* Cough Syrup. How they must blush to have it found out! Everybody invited to 8?t the Queen, Miss Lena, on exhibition, at lw M. F. IIUKK'8. Notice-Fiiie Works.?If th? weather is favorablo the u?e of fire-works will be permitted within tiie corporate limits of Salem on Saturday, December 24th, after Ave o'clock, P. M., and Monday, 26th. If very dry and windy th?use of any description of fire-works wil.' positively be prohibited. By order of Council. lw Wi T. VOIINOKH. Mayor. Remember bargain* f...

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

iFrom ttio lloauokv Times.) THE DEBT OF VIRGINIA. MOW IKCURRKD-OOBfPROMISB OFFERKD?REFUSED BY CRBDITORS?KTFBCT I OF SUPREME COURT DRCISiCr ? I'KKSknt Dim-OF VIRGINIA. I robably no decision of tljc Supreme ! Court, since the days of reconstruction, equals in practical importance to th? Slate of \ irginia?the late reversal of Judge Bond s action, and the reasons avJirned therefor. For near twenty years *? the debt question " has divided our State Into opposing factious, has prevented Immigration, has partially paralyzed our commercial prosperity and threatened even gravor evils in the future. The mass of citizens, Irrespective of political Issues, have always believed the funding bill was Iniquitous; that but for the personal gain to ccrtain parties in power, no such measure would have been adopted?that by fair and proper legi-da-tlon the debt of Virginia could have been honorably compromised at 00 cents in the dollar, without including war Interest. In other words, after setting asid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 January 1888

SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FlUDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1888 VOL. 22. (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBL18HBD EVERY FRIDAY MO II NINO.. A.t 91.BO l??r Yo?r, STRIC TL Y CA SH IN AD VA NCK. If not paid in advance f2 will be charged. . T. CRABTRKS. CHAS. D. DEN IT F. O. WUBBHR. CBABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, rihlUheri nud Pr*yrl?Ur?. AllVEttTlHlNti KATEK. rMMlMt A?f?rU*emcBto-UioM run?!a| lam Uian flity ciayn?vrlU be Inserted at the rat* Of 75oU par square for the flfst In?eritou,aad 10 ee*l? for each additional Insertion . Hpeolal rate* for a longer period. ProfMiloa*! or ??tbar o ?. oocqpytng *n ? . 4MMB: a onva., ?7 -A.; <'\r?f moutU" |a.CU. tion:???) flr?rtlMm?nti inbjMt to i|i?olal oon tract. OblturiM aid Tvlfentea of R??P??t, when they ezoeed Mb Hum, will be charged lor at the rate of 6 cents por line for all auob ?ZOOM. All Cwi* muit be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without eztra barge. Advertisement* to Inanre Innertlon In any given Issue, should reach t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 January 1888

jj&xltnt gitqes-gjcgisiw. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1880. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. PRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. HAPPY NEW TEARS. A happy New Year to all the patrons of the Times-Register. Happy New Year to Roanoke College, aud may her learned faculty ever keep her at the head of Virginia Colleges. A happy New Year to all our advertisers, and inay they continue to grow rich by advertising. Happy New Year to Preston, JEv ins Co., and may everybody use their splendid canned goods. Happy New Year to the Camden Iron Works, ?nay tht> 'tor' tLt?ir engine "e ."*.trd throug** * ^'wjear. ?y v Natiouai .?an,; s?y and loan b* the w uereTl thai to ketp Timbb-Registka moving until our delinquent subscribers couie forward and pay up. A happy New Year to Capt. J. C. Langhorne, and may his fine rollor mill never cease to furnish our people with the stcffoi life. A happy Kit Year to Prof. F. J. Smith, his corpso* faithful assistants, and the army of little...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 January 1888

%ahm %imts-Agister. FRIDAY, JANUARY ?, 1888. Entered At the Poatollloe, In Halem, V* aa aeooad-claan matter.] thib papkb AihwtWu?IturrM (10Sprue* 8t.i?hrr* ?d^f^Tulin ?"?Wui Mtr Im iimkW lur U JN MtW YOlllJ LOCAL AFFAIRS ?eearrcMM la ????! Aronad Knirm, m AMI Matter* Briefly Told. Ferler A Wagner, druggists. Rock Island, III., write . ???Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is the leading Cough medicine in our city. We sell more, in (act four times more, than of any other. For Rent.?A large and convenient front room in the Fleming Block, over F. W. Brown A Co.'s store, suitable for office or private room. Rent reasonable. Apply to W. O. Critz, Salem, Va. Arm Broken.?While visiting the home of his brothor, near Saiem, on Sunday last, Mr. W. A. IJttrell slipped and fell on the Ice, breaking his right arm near the wriat. Bis Injuries are necessarily painful, and it will be sometime before Mr. Littrell will be able to attend to u?ulnes8. WiOTKD.~To rent an t^aq foseveral mouilis. Apply ut this &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 6 January 1888

A MeuHallonnl Chrlwlman Heenf. Oenkva, N. Y., December 28.? Marvin Phillip1*, a nchool teacher and a recent graduate of Harvard College, conducting Christmas' exercises ?n tlio village or Lodi on Monday evening, and aroso to address the Sunday-school children, when Miss Jc-nnto Baxter, a young' lady residing In the village, rushed upon him and struck him a number of blows about the head and face with a rawhide. Phillips was nearly blinded by the blows and fell, when ho was whipped more severely by the young woman. Several persons dragged Miss Baxter away, whereupon Miss Lulle Young, a dashing and attractive cousin of Miss Baxter, seized a rawhide and dealt Phillips several more blows. There was great excitement In the crowded hall,and women and children scream* ed. Phillips was finally taken to his room, whero a physician treated his wounds. The young ladles left the "-*11 ?> irrounded by girl friends. Miss U>r -ays that she whipped Phil* ihe made remarks refle...

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