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closing the door they were joined by a third party. The two, without warning, took violent hold of the stranger, evidently by preconcert, and dashed him from the train. The two argues then quietly returned to their seats in the car. On reaching Gordon they left he train and footed back six miles to their victim, whom they found lying at the foot of the embankment with a ghastly wound across the face, his thigh broken, and wholly unable to offer any resistance. They went to work and robbed himoted back six miles to their victim, whom they found lying at the foot of the embankment with a ghastly wound across the face, his thigh broken, and wholly unable to offer any resistance. They went to work and robbed him of his pocket book, containing $16.0 his papers knife, tobacco, and indeed everything except his clothing. The scoundrels then decamped, leaving him to his fate. Next day he was discovered and taken to Gordon, where medical assistance was called in and his family sent for.