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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

^pS3T;'...ij t V Kiat Joeephine G. Meeker died of paeoraonis Saturday it Washington, rtT ibe wwa clerk in the office of tb Htctteiy of the interior. . Mies Meeker is the daughter of N.C. Meeker, «ho was tortured and killed by the In- diana in 1879. Mr. Meeker was the = , *■# strange ap- The interior of the valley, which usually appears totally dark at such times, wss phusphores< level floor dimly visible. It was nr.'. the effect of reflection from the ilium'n ated mnnntaina ttiifiansr the Intelioi of — . . . the valley wTprotocfed from such Ml^to«,.Wthtothe«6k,.t~ngthtotbf flection. Borne paaung clouds in - In 1879. Mr. Meeker agent at the Ute reservation and was wiufl «t the massacre of White Bivetf, his wile and daughter and Mrs. Price the only women at the agency, ware irieoners. The history of Miss and her companions during ivity forms a story of pathetic After the killing of lb. Meeker, the women attempted to escape into the bosh while the Indians were raveling about the bur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

BBlHL comtty u ilmvn '<j -the _ .lOMpp'lM a spare near 88, tr.railel, and contains 900 lire mite* <rf territory. . It wan "tl in the 'year 1874; being vim** to that dilate, attached to Pinto county tor judicial and surveying impede* For many year* euWquent to itsmjratMxatinn, Shackle- lord county «tood tike a lone sentinel on the outskirts itof civilization, rfnd jpfc, (ram the difficulty of mnintain- an organisation in a sparsely district, her anthoritie# were t#*«d with the enforcement- of the Penal laws, in «ow} ^w«lre unorgan- countica laying We^t et her jary line, the aauie being 1 for judicial purpose*. Health *■ * . J This eo'inty is suaatoa in one of the most healthy regions of Northwest T«*a«. The air ia $> and bracing, and during the winter months, except when an octaaioual "wether," freight- ed with a superabundance of air lroin the North Pole, maktit a viait for aanilary purposes, tkc temperature ranges from 00, to 10 deg's Fahren- heit: Spring and Autumn are th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

■pr- ' • v— ■' ii ' sshh. r— ■■ 1 ALBANY STA Bp* . J. C- ItOM, Kdltor and Proprietor, • "Let Justtoebe done tlxoutrn the Heavens Fall. TemijJii.OO per Annw WOh. L ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. NO. 8. naMS or ■vmcexptio*. S Om MpT OM JKW -S2 00. [•'*. Om copy ® months 1 00. I ■' Om copy f month* - 76 | " Single copy ~ 6 cent* Jf9 paper wnt unless paid for in advance abtebtmiho bates; . TEAXBIENT EATESOne dollar and a half per square foe-tbe first insertion : 76 oKti for each subsoquent insertion. One inch constitute* a square. Transient ad- lertiwmenU pe tlio#c inserted for leu than three months. .—~rr*7 OBlXUAJUJteObituary notices, tribute* iwipect, reeolutions of condolence, and •II similar articles, fifty oepU per square, in teasuy adverti8kment8:—om 4«.ll.r and twenty-five cents "pW square per mouth, liberal deductions made on alt advertisements of two-squares or more. 3LOCAL NOTICES.—Fifteen cents per line first insertion ; Un cents per line each ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

WD So. 150, on the $1,800,000 JTewi esti- expended in B82, is build- on property. Oil it m>< Mgulariv by nearly all (be fimt- is Teitf, and it is jSngtbe comptroller to audit and pay dsoiAM superintendents aad direo- ton «i psbhe lw# iAools, for **nj® Blerk lor Abe secretory<* *he bo*1* 04 the place of the ao-ealledj the payment# among T< SSST bemaking ~ Foster, (m« KeTor&2 stock p*4litm£ that they would not bill provi employ anybody who earned a deadly weep*. It ra predicted that they that&eywould not SST'.Jl tT^pdkd «o ,«c.d thia order, bat the Stock Journal taye that they find no diSentty in getting fcnii kMIODf —WettKmrfrrd Times : On Novem- ber IS, 1881, Mr. W. W. Holder errived In Parker oonnffcy aad settled in Big Valley. He paeehaaed a farm of 127 M front Mr. Gilbert for $1,180. He ItW in calh, only, as a capital for operation, which involved 1 goods, faming imntemasts Ha went te work with a will and without any other resources, ■aid the last oeat on hi* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

«r mi LT, FEBRUARY 1«, 1888. House! Court JNwe!! ; ^ bormngofa tar-barrol and kawttst of music from tbo Cornet Band, soon attracted a crowd In front of F. E. Con- •tore on the mght of the 14th, it won announced, that a Would be held at the - so- Coart House for the purpose soliciting the rlfw# opt com ft court, relative to tb« of a new Court House, crowd was not long in uging of the announcement, repaired to the conrt room and Mr. &eevea Chairman. Mr, stated the object of th« meet- - ing and suggested that a committee be appointed to notify Judgo Fish- •r, Commissioner's Conrad, Borre, JBiliott and Pbilbrick. to come for- ward and show cause, if any they bad, whj a court bouse should not •tonoe be erected in the town of Albany. During the interval of waling, Col. Mellersb, who travels for P. J. Willis A Co., of Galveston, was called to the front, and request- ed to address the nudience. The CoL complied with a pleasant good honored suiile on his face, and as he walked in front o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

J _ flee at v' • 1 nn> AT, FEBBUAJLY W. 1888 i Painter and ttluien supplies ; nUoMbl<prioM. Ni«h wen una void- Mf crowded oat tbis week. —Mr. J. M. Hefroti, of this place, [property to Mr. John eold hm Hotel i Jnnaithi* e> netnire glovee, at fi. R. Manning's. -^Orescent tobacco, at . h tUs «iak, "six or *%ht new bog** and tfcesaae number of Thin look* like "bir." Gall around and take a look at the bill of tare at tbe Htfou. —Charley, the popular reatauraat keeper on the Weat aide of the aqua re. ia always randy to aerve up meals) at any hour, and you bat beget* tbetn up according toHoyle. —That hat la loat—accasioned by no vote. O, well, you might have known better than to ateer up againat a dead thing. tele.—The Poole House, at a bargain; Apply to Mrs. K. C. Pool*, Al- bany, Texas. • —A few more Collars and Bndiee at Cost, still left at B. R, Manning's. —Round thread Choviots at £. R. Manning's -My remnant of Hardware an Crockery for sale at Cost. £. R, Munuing's. h Vaccin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

■-■WW ' Ux*k c J 01* ailaatiy went her w y, and I J"b* . ■•- 'Sjl&B. i jL MMBtd who«Mr fawfi wae touched by the faiiitwt if-" IMS"' 3. TBI WIDOW WICKETT'S WIN- il® , DOWK. j SSfe^iL ■ * Mr.Tibbettoww riding slowly along be road, thinking for once in a way what a Jarief Jile this was and how ;[uiekly we left -it behind as. He had oat been making old Mr. Parkman's will, and it was doubtful if old Mr. Faciunan would live until night. The pompon*, bustling, dietatory man was dying, and the world would get along Weil enough without him, as it would without any of ue. One person .would grieve for him, and fert'the very one who would be benefit- ed by his death. Years ago Mr. Parkman had picked up in the streets of New York, on a odd winter night, a poor •ttle Italian boy, who had been sent y his padrone to scrape the violin on ; bleak oorner. Mr. Parkman had found hat the little fellow was ill-treated, and It ad taken .legal measures to release and a dopt him, and this boy, now grown ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

a poor while the f The faoes of tUf stew awe we round, large aad fat, «W ba«e oheek bonea, low foreheads, targe, jit noaea, verj.black CDd restless eyas, wide apart, large, humid lipe and strong jaws furnished with beautiful t tilth The bead and chcet are diaprb- aatoly large, compared to the ex- alenderness of anna and legs, and it is a marvel bow the latter can support the well-developed trunk and heavy bead. In apite of tbie strange farmation, both men and women have uncommon strength, and I have seen them carry weight* that would have taxed the moot robust of our sailors. No laae surprising ie the amallneas of their band* and feet,which if beauty, is v«7 disadvantageous to the men, who Sonly one or two objects in their i at the same time. They have rough, lnsterleas black hair, which they wear long and falling over face and shoulders. Borne bind it with a strap, some let it grow to such an extent that tbey look more like furies than human beings. The men have very little beard a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 16 February 1883

OiodnnsU, Feb. 10—Tbe river 1* Mjber 18*7, being fifty-«%ht L eleven i cbee at 10:80 and *1111 Jfe jneterial cbango in tbe situation &1 Cwcinoiti. Tbe ^aMern md is submerged a lew mil<w oat able 10 make iranifers. Early thie morning an embankment qd St. Lottie and Cbicage, near laarreeeebarg, Iod., gave way and tbe Iowa wet floodad to depth of ifaceefeetoo the lower lev els. No liwm lo*t bat mncb dainagu and A aobool boase li submerged above tbe lint floor and several die tilleriea closed. _ A Newepaper is a business enterprise | mH mast bo conducted on business prinoipiee. Men are constantly ask ipg favors from "newspapers, wbieb naan sacrifice of space representing money, who would never dream of asking lawyers to take cases without lees, or tbe doctors to take their pay in thanks. The dead-beads are disap- pearing from other departments oi business life and tbe nowspaper doad bead, distinguished though be may be, leuat follow. Newspapers being business enterprise*, must li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

c.mon. baitor ▼01+ L i#t W). 1 oo. 76 • *«. 6 Mat unles* paid for in advance. inmnmo umj Local "Let Justice be do tie thougti the Ht-avenc F ll." ALBANY, 8HACKELF0RD COUNTY," TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18*3. NO. 9. rlbUrglZXT KATES:—On* dollarand a fr.tf par square for tis# frtt insertion; 76 MO for each subsequent insertion One ink ehesttt'ite* a Nun. Transient ad- i anr those inierted for Uw* than ■wtln __ I;—Obituary notice*, tribatw , resolution* of condolence, mid , y cenU per square, in r ABV1BTJSKJIKHT8One t*oU per K\a*T* > ou itfTtwo square* or mw, Fifteen c«nU per line ten ecnU per line each for 'on. IdrMtiWBMU payable imam. fcOCIKXTKI KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Lodge, So. #9, mert in their Castle H&ll eveTv Monday waning. Itobt Watt*, C. C., J. A- McAtni*, K. f LEGION OF HONOR., v. t. HsAnulty Council, me«^ in K. of P. 11*11 every id and 4th Thursday* in r.% R- Manning, " Mammon*, Bee*j. MA80NIC. Alfcaov Lodge. A. F. A A M., No. 4H'l ItMU la their Hull on ftsturdav oa.or befor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

ALBANY STAR J. C. *Ojr, JMiter mmd A«f Mir. &LBAN1, TEXAS TEXXS TOFltS. The cotton busintt>n of the Houston & Texa* Central railroad, for the months of October, November und De- cember last, in the greatest ever known in the history of the road. It aggre- gated 347,700 bait#, against iu 1881. A MoStaSA woman sued for a divoroe jumiM her husband kissed the servo nt girl. "You want this man punisht d ?" aaked the judge. "I do," she said. "Then," said tie judge, "I shall not divorce jon from him. ~ —Caroline Smith, wife of Heniv Smith, of Eact Dallas, gave birth to triplets recently. Eigtliteen montliH ago she gave birth to twin*, and nine- teen months a^o previons to that she gave birth to triplets. Hhe ban )* -en married tlireo yoara and has eight chil- dren, all boys and all living. —8. C. Atteberry fariiHstin Toxiak in 1848 and had to buy corn, and cilice that rear he hat* never failed to have corn to sell and never liouglit bacon. He came to Texas with nothing, ami han ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

El . M'wm • nrw mprl bat s* until * to hom u Jofcn himself tlio' "Nio- Which will i« what $Ua whole lite baa He > about 88 years i a fcttwtar emd trap- STfittaSSSti« oa a .large and Some aaid ahe waa , and other* that ab# waa an i it ia probable tbat abe waa ~' beet jadgee pro- * Tbej lived 1 along the overland trail. /Jumw muoh about them, and "itared to question tbem much, i lady had a pair of enormous . the fieab being aa bard and' h aa a bricklayer'a- bhe «««, per , the uglier of the two, beth in ap- i and in diapoaition. Bbe .waa i preat fighter herself. More than ouoe , at their zanoh on the Niobrara, when the oowboya became troubleaome, ahe [ baa been known to whip them into eub- jeotiou. A blow from one of her iron- clad flats waa not neoeaaarilj fatal, bnt few of either sex who ever received one had any desire to oontiutue the argu- ment with bar. She subdued the old man in ooturse Of time, aud during the laat two or three years of hia life Bhe .bad no one to light with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

Terre Haute, February 19,—Ai 4 Organ sad «ly Dmmcmuc j o clock yeau-rday evening the water yi lajiilliwl Cw g. reached the highest point, being 6 in- - ■ « '[ r | ckMai higher than tlws flood of 1872. [O^Y, FEBhUAHY 28, 1888,1a-11 ^ c^l® the distillery abed* bad to be moved- Id getting tb^n out several were lost by swimming into tbe Tbe hotton* across tbe Big Springs Pantdgrajiher i<r 9 name of a tMSW paper, ju«t stnrt- np jat that Western town in' toward coumr. Judge Anderson,, . - am 5T , . while it stopped tbe rainfall ai ba ed*or, lets region nod politic* „r tllHWl ' £ 8UtiW ftnd ice; rely alone, and anys if be bats • king to say about them in future Ijwill be on a cash basi*. Tbe rapher in a pood local paper. «■ «• ' Tbe Weatberford 2'"ww!« will ap- thiB week, enlarged to an ||t column paper, Col. Smyth tbe lomitable editor, has been bar no little Mince be assumed management of the Times-, but 'Jiia indcfitagable energy bo hat* I proven himself equal to evaryemer- Mrs. Annie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

in kvery rta at ir Entered at the Tort Office at •, a* itecoitti eliH matter. FBIDAY, FEBRUAltY 23. 1888 "The bull-frog mined his tail on high, And thundered 're the plain The buoible-W came wbizzinS bj, Aud then dow u came the rnia.%' B*lte4 Kmmm Meal mi Cmm*4' . —Jacob* A FWher make a specialty of Dg payment* on land. tf. Ju —•8wkw Chee* aud Limburgur Chee«e, at 8^°- * dive keeps Painter and dazicr* supplier ^Stoek at retainablej>rice . —Mar I>* Smoking Tobacco, Su^ur House Molasae* aud a fresh stock of Groeer- tm p'ueraHy, just rueoived at the Blue Front. k" —Mouaeuue tai re jjloves, at R. It. Mamut^V —■Crescent tobacco, at rati# £• It. Mrbihc^'H. —Wo reget to notie, that Mm. Harf field has becu quife ill for some ei^ht or Un days. * «-All kiudi of fancy wsndiet, at the Bijou, —Mr. Tbos. 'Maloney a prominent Attorney from GreeuevilU T<*uu, it it> our town prospecting with a view of locating for the practice of Lis profes •ion. —Read the new ad*, of Peter Hart and Cain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

\W/ .* T ir * Ah, It i(, tiit dear old place Vg^Mged through all theae yaare,* Hoirffce aome familiar fact MyluldlexsTr bom^Ttpi't ar*. Tbt Wid old tn?rf bejjind the dc-or, f>till-'iread their branch's wide; The rivr wander* as of yore, WfaifwertlT ■turning tide: TUs dfcant lulls look green and gray, / art- blooming wild: And effj-thing lnok« glad to-day At I wai> a cijiid. Ii :gardi '* bow the years have flown, Half f .udering Island, * ' * . aonnd, endearing ton«, j uo friendly hand; _ By mother'® Htuile w m«et, jy father * call |t hear far brother's feet tjtonuding throngb the tiall; lint ailefc*- all arunnd me reign.-, A. cfcfl| f©eps through my heart; Ko trace * those I love remain*,. And ton* unbidden start What tbotcb tbe suubeamf f^l no fair, Wliat tl*ugb the budding flowers Btill shed aeir fragrance on the air Witinii |r';V golden hour*: The living tliat clustered here These n i! * may not restore; Toil-en that 'ill**] my youthful ear Will grey my sun! uo more. Aii'i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

suing her herself hf •teniae t which the glassy ranges being y from , and is f*W y<rf*etoaH lit wil^ and sigh for a can not he too marked or ■ of Cheyenne and for directionth^ putlook is The snow lie# on a level tile depth of lea to thirty-five inch- m unbroken wagte. The cattle that vast range, can not obtain a of grass, and therein no imme- rospect of their chances better - the wind bad only been blowing _ keep the ground dear in sprits, would have been no difficulty. If the howling waste of attoosphere which i hurling itself all over tins ! darkest. *. in. 1ww ^ .t«,. boon and* bleating. TheM m doctor of niodiafoe. She it ■HK _ is aim well developed among Mexican woman. At .the i «** * ofpaintings, held to brate the centennial of the Fine Art* in Hie 0% of second prize was awarded to Senorita Elena Barreiro^ the firet having been S2trfl£r£5?.2^2j^£ artist at remarkable genius, now pursu- ing hit studies in Europe. A Right In Paul Du Chafllu, in his interesting work, "The Land ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 23 February 1883

tho qurreling I ' " ,1 A Itill eto ©ff*re<l in the Hr a M> eh n HubBtitit* for thtf'" school land itill. nu- A bill wheforc the Hoime to thorite unities to in rent their sink- ing fund. . ~t >. Twenty-firmed dewnty marshals liavc been •cnt to Jefferson to dc- tond the United Stnte* court. JDifpatcfes from Louisville, on the 18th in(i*., rt ]>ort terrible disaster from the flooded parts of the city. Millions 4 dollars worth of prop- erty 1ms beo« destroyed by the re- cent ftverflo* of the Ohio river. Cincinnati, Ovington and Newport limvr sufferd. Prank 3am« is not likely to get *>(F so easily tuomo expected. Yery Ktiong evidene will be brought against him in Davise ^unty, Jtfo., for the killing {rf* Judge White. Has 7eras $ftings forgotten that it* agent T. B UaWwin, collected money at Alban^ Ipr extra copies of that paper, to bt sent to tbone who subscribed for' hem, containing a description of tfca. couDty ? «. NOTICE STOCSMEN. —Uctwfon the 1st uiid 5th ot March, we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 March 1883

■+ *** *+.r% |T' hr',,", 'C D.ftOX. Kdltor Termk fl&i.OO j t<r Anhti* prletor.^ £ K* done thonglitk* H ■n . ,.Zi i m ■" Z tExas, Friday, AiBAinr^ Bit ACKELFORl) COtJNTY, t*ii &r > Traoiwut ad inserted for 46m than ■ x.w«a Brflfsyad ftfty eeaUper KjWt^D JttlSftM*. WOIBTIM. NKjHfSOF PYTHIAS. Ko. W, meet fa tbeii oiirinv #V«tiinn. HU.C. O^J,- A. tfcAmls, K. v* •> > f / , liEdlON OF H02ft)R.. to. . r BleAnuhr CotHrell. meet Jn K. of *v |'*r«sn- 24 sad 4th Thur#d*y# iu tho month B. M aatdra, K. <* 1\ Ttnll _,„_n th«, month OvMTnmncUr. W. masOSIh. 4 A- Ifo. 4*2 an KuurflAv on or before 'uJI inrton In each month. C. Jncol*. W w., y A. McAmis, . p.awaions. M. E. Chare'.!, i?Outli:~ R"V. Ti. Fl. Trimble, preacher in charge. I^ervi- «■#.. litA iH &t-i Randsvs in cadi luuiitli tlw Presbyterian CiiurrU. fVesbyteriab Charli.—-«{ev. 9. Eiell '•lut Sftrvfcjes 2 >d * l *uioUy , ea;h utoutb. Piayer moetiijg on yf*A0O+\ty slight of each week. Union Striilay School every ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 March 1883

'■T >*" (ANY STAR w* —— . Bfe «T. c. *Ojr, JMitor *n* Propriety. . - TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS- j&v T. • large and elegant hotel building II «oen to bo erected at Lampasas by Houston capitalists. —The St. Louis & San Francisco rail- lb« let contracts to extend the road . I Fort Smith to Paris, Texas. c_"p^i>n has been chosen the county i of Jackson county. A ten tlious dollar jail will be built imrnedi- MMi' '•*' -The Baptist Church at San Antoiua " a resolution to exclude all i who drink or sell liquors of -kind. -} ■In awarding the Peabody fund to .lie schools in cities in this State, tendant Hollingsworth has ttedSan Antonio in the distribu- ehuming that her funds are amply cient to support them. His award not considered fair by the author- . 1-, It is gratifying to me to know thatdur- ring my two years service as preoMft of the Henate, the mantle of charity has been thrown over my errors whatever they were, for no ruling of mine has been appealed from; nor am I conscious ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 March 1883

the prow. - Tl Imaae which is the largeut nd finest in- kind in the workL It «* * m l of ft man of German descent, from aome town in Ohio. He in • street here, one TM w« discoTered ; Insane Asylum. The man tot once daring the time he i inmate of the asylum. Then I incoherently that the "Lord inded him to sleep," and that be awakened by the Lord jleausre, or words to .■' The man 'is insane, his being' that he most | sleep he certainly does, for " ^unconscious and "has been r, bejng fed on liquid food at would "be. His eyes ever open, and when , raised /if the support is withdrawn, | «nk dowit as Hmp as a dead per- jurious devices have been resort- I to in the vain endeavor to arouse frbm his lethargic condition, in- ; electricity, sliower lmtlin, triek- ;In the presence 6f the corres- ent, Dr. Graham, one of the nt- oding physicians, pinehed^the patient's jsh in sensitive parts; but not a muscle ^noved or qttiveral, hut when the head- I board Of his bed was soundly lapped "H with a b...

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