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“Thus he continued doing all that day and, when night darkened on him, he lay down in one of the city lanes and sleet till morning On the morrow, he went round about town with the stones till eventide, when he returned to his saloon to pass therein the night.”
“I have seen the young man at the club with Shaw McLaren and about town with Judge Rawdon and others.”
“Frank Garrett and a Lieut. Hardy were taken prisoners, were about town in citizen's dress and someone, I suppose, informed of them, it is a disgraceful thing they ought to be heartily ashamed, but Mrs. Norriss says they took it very pleasantly, probably they did not reflect that if the Yankees chose they might consider them as spies and hang them instead of parolling them an they promised, and as they very probably expected when they put themselves in the way.”
“Or consider a short denim miniskirt that hugs you if you want to show a little gam as you kick about town in your roomy top.”
“Flip's done come home!' was the familiar, and yet admiring manner in which the young negroes about town yesterday spread the information that Second Lieutenant Henry O. Flipper, of the Tenth Cavalry, and the first colored graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, had arrived.”
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