Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, Jan 4, 1894.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, January 4, 1894

—Dexter Powell, aged 22, the .jouqg man whom we last week mentioned aa : having, while intoxicated, been seri-1 ously rojnred by falling from a second I story porch at the Hotel Bowkley, at I Olouater, on the preceding Tuesday i night, has been taken to the St. FrancisIHospital, Columbus, for care and medical treatment, though hardly any hopo is entertained that he will ever recover from his paralyzed condition, caused! by injury to his spinal column. Should j this prove to be the case he will always j remain as helpless as au infant. He is | ordiuarily a young man of good and j “ j industrious habits and was uniformly ' well esteemed in Glouster and iu other i• Iparts of Athens county where he is s* known, his intoxication that resulted iu tl the sad accident which befel him, hav- j T ing been but an exceptional lapse from j di his customary abstemious habits and w was brought about by his association ! A with young companions who were con-vivially celebrating the holiday season.We have written this at the instance of a certain much respected citizen of the county who is a near relative of the unfortunate young man.eihinisiPiit