Strother explained how he was situated, and stated that he hoped to have the money next week.
Dr. Strother speaks of its being beneficial in smoking, to persons having defluxions on the lungs.
These indications, dispersed throughout the rambling essay of Strother, point somewhat plainly to relapsing fever.
Strother opposed, "for various reasons of expediency," the bounties for captors.
We were informed to-day that McPike & Strother's train lost 25 mules and horses in a stampede last night.
Strother (now an active graybeard) was profoundly stirred by the outbreak of the rebellion.
The essay of Strother also has a reference to spotted fever in its title, although the text throws very little light upon it.
There is nothing to show that Strother examined a single body dead of this fever.