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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICITY.
New York Tribune,
Dr. George L. Porter, au army surgeon,
who examined the bodies of the cuncnira-
tors at Washington in 1805, has been try
ing to bring tho body of au executed mur
derer to life in Bridgeport, Conn. He con-
onsen his failure to the .Medical bociety
after this fashion : "Tho electrodes were
now applied, one to the riuht anrt the left
super-clavicular space, and the other over
the region of the heart. This was tho su
preme moment, for could the central en
gine of organic life be once more set in
motion and tho stream of blood freely pass
into aim pa.',g out of the lungs, the prob
lem of once more living, alter satisfying
the penalty of the law, would have been
successfully solved in favor of Hoyt, and
many of the questions of theoretical phy
siology, and many of the surmises ot 'that
unknown country from whose bourne no
traveler' lias before returned, might be
For science, his return to life would have
accomplished many steps in her royal pro
gress; for the examiners a proper repute,
a connected with tho great discovery,
Slewly tho thoracic walls expand, the
lungs dilate, with long breath drawing in
the atmosphere air, then as the cicatrical
current is interrupted the thnracic cavity
is diminished and the air is expelled and
the act of respiration has been completely
performed. Again the battery is applied,
sad agfiin the air enters and leaves the
lungs; the flume of a candle is drawn to
ward the lips and blown away; the mu-
clcs all, save one, obev the mysterious
power of electric ity, but that one, the
noblest of them all, upon whose action the
nourishment of all so largely depends,
rested motionless in the pericardium, like
Achilles in his tent, and noTatrochan
death or indianity to the other corporate
members would arouse it from its stupor,
Thus far and no larther was the hat of a
power greater than ours. The flame of the
lamp of that life had gone out. What
Othello gpnke to the midnight lamp in the
chamber of Desdemona, we realized. '
"ARTER DE BATTLE." .
A colored individual whose left arm was
missing was yesterday solicitating a small
loan on unswold street, and in recom
mendation ot himself he stated that he lost
his arm after the fight in the wilderness.
"Was it in the fit'lit?"
''No. sah; it was arter de fieht. Bat
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balls new aroun like snowflakes, de can
nons roared, and I 'epected to be killed for
a hull half day."
"But you were not hit?"
"No, sah. I 'sptcted to be, but
"But how did you lose your arm?"
"I lost it arter de battle, sah."
"Under what circumstances!"
Waal, sah: all de eireumstances I eber
heard of was dat I had it cut off wid a buzz
"Two v'ars ai:o. sah."
"And you call this losing your arm after
the battle of the wildernessi
"Yes. sah. I'ze hard up. sab, but I
doan want to lie to you. If Id lott it
befo' de battle I'd say so, but it was arter
"Well, I guess it wag," said the man. af
ter a lonz paue, and lie weDt down for a
dime. Detroit Free Press.
The Old Story. The morning
sunlight look td in through
the siiken curtains, lighting the room as
with an angel's smim suddenly enveloping
the face of its occupant with a strange
brightness and transforming her pale
brown hair into waves of glistening gold
Said the sunlight : "Maiden, I missed you
from the garden where I used to tind you
every morning, and I came here to seek
you. Summer will soon be here with her
roses almost as bright as your cheeks. Are
you ill." "Oh, no!" responded the maiden
warming her thin, bloodless hands in the
sunbeam, "omv u little weak; I shad soon
be out in the garden to greet You to-nior
row perhaps!" I wus just planning how I
should arrange my flowers tins year
when you peeped in. Are my lillies up
vet i" "Yes, your lillies are up ; i have just
been warming them. 1 have tired you
said the sunlight, its he noticed the weariiy
drooping eyelids; "I will come again to.
morrow if vou are not in the garden" ami
silently withdrew, leaving the fair slum
bcrer ulonff in the gloom. A few hours
later the moonlight stole softly throw
tlte silken curtains, which were gently
rustling in the night breeze. "How cold .
saul the moonlight, as she touched the pal
lid brow and then gently laid her hand on
the rustless heart. "Dead, she snua
derniirlv whispered, as she withdrew
h the sot'tlv rustling curtiins. It is
the o'id, old story of consumption. How
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JUNE 18, 1880.
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