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neh In'tnto and wbetdcr artrkeil oriifrt.JI clfitt
"ted to W( anf m-t fcnoo nraM we
lwr(ipl'f.:-i.iT :j--.Vj.iAyTi:-V.T.. ;
Afigel- JtoBnda w pilot oa the new
steamer QStRbTrnf 3frfnarty; 09 tbe
Padvfcaif lu wKkets- 4w..J4ylng ia
lame aupSlwS aatwiaJion fta active
Bprin? trae;i:t m-i O., "" jf
case $7. alJuiHauiTisTafCcTi'J;' 1 (
Sol Fam1ier won tn row QJ
Hall lwt W 3,150 chances
stock of coltnglOoiiti'pe &Ku8awate
Timely 'irr?k''A'i;gopI tttt)l7.
what has Mthfl .IllioCi .Ce(WM. itf
between mdti mvXnito vnm,
now. u!;j,thj 1
Mr. JobodH SrialawriveafiirmrJIpt
in Ilot 8 ri"irieTorua coo'dl-
tion. He istotemfiofitfiu0,0
-Mr. i erjd :Wbel wUfir't(w dtf ye-lef-
HfrTfnrrsr "Rir.t iff avpnfthat of traveling
salesman with' the fireefey. urnhacnGro-
cry Co., V-
TherftKUl meetinjf dtlli
rao meeunjat toe unris
t an church to-ztav but wui -ffleet-arrue
churi ioiv but will-fflet-af tH
n.n-AS; n.iixnra IfifiViHT sUrl'
-iUefUiy was the mx'.i dy a Whwas
rep9f3(iS tie' jr'r.',Ve, . 3l.ip?ctecl
iu jlci;.n.eQtJilrtt r?(wrd;
el inches. "'Lwt 'yeir-' the fall nis-
ordei ilnrinR tt first ai . days ,was ii
tnCbSiw 1...8 .;.. ' ! .' i I
-rfc-i per'W 1 ' of, several months tow
tLeTipIfij'of (Ctoamtfnity ' Baw' " been
perfere jW .gste ,. Jmf ;l r ' twp- brief
glimpser f Le aoiw.crb'i which' is sup
possOf to 'pr1.ii: wei . dif in destinies.
Bu outgaa, vstkj. wr ')( back on us
and ;ptfetbgrij4fcrt onlf suff-od.
robntirjg rlufly'pon Chairman
nurh-eil for a tnwfing of the congress
iond.t'jrrjriy.ti( ti ipsrticular.y upon bis
pro'e1ii4AkBVliie" cjngressional cen
ventftb sppolrft -"tftlr-gites direct to the
natioaal--. conmaiion, pronounces it "a
rither urwt4 vprocie ling" and asks str
CisticaDi; JfTai Mr. Ilaghes instruct the
delejafpifTiiE Bclletis ventures to ex
press tfceiiinion that Mr. Hughes will
graciously permit the congressional conven
tion tbit appoints tho deleg ites to also in
. ' Some difficulty arose with regard to
' the result of theraffliof the gold watch
and chain at Tiecbnian's Billiard Hall last
night, out of the fact that Bol Farnbaker,
to whom the wincing ticket had been orig
in&Uy issued, had sold the ticket to John
i ry, though the b1o had not vet been con
eluded by paymcnt of money and tickets
were unuHod to be not transferable
T" . 1 L 1 . -1 . ,
iiu Giumea u,e watch and, naturally, Mr
fr-t. ..r . . ' "
itlu1U11U,flUraHmn,Uver t() ejtier
until they settled the matters at iaau. l.r.
tween them. A comprouvse WnB tffecte(j
by wnicn r ry got the watch.
The steamer W. II. Osborn was aighte-l
in tue uena 01 the Ohio about 3 o'clock
yesterday srternoon. The report ot br
coming spread rapidly and although the
weather was disagreeably cold and windy
many people hurried to the levee aud up
toward the incline where it was expected
she would land. When rpposito the in
cline she turned as if to run ashore and she
was greeted with a conf union of whistles
from boats in the harbor and engines nn
the levee. She was permitted to float down
to nearly opposite the wharf boats when
She stemmed the current and the strong
Preactiin by ElJer "oaaiev, 0 I)ayu Jin. I
g4 ranJ j moveJ' rnajoaticayy ,'.upK , toward
ilii incline where eho landed. Bhe was in
copimand. of Capt. McKianey, formfrly of
mf .ncniu. one wm aasaine tier auues
1) puce trwwfWriDff car od)t for -the I 111
iU)U Central, between baifo and East Cairo.
Thalc&lijib now uotkrCoijimaa 1 pf 0pt.
IIh V.Thompson, wULtraosfcr f the I Hi
Jfo la Central and. Ttxaa and St- Louis, bo-
tw.L.-'rVt ix'i 1 i Ti l tv 1 . ' rri...
will do the Mobile an Oliio business and
inq Jiorgan ,ma at, ouis irua louniAin
--IVui uuodre J yards of i rook- arriftd
from Golconda yesterday , for the Trust
Property company.' It ww tovved' around
U ths JIiiaippi Kyeo Jid ualoaded ly a
fores of men uader the supcty.sion of 3Ir.
ilcllale in two hours and a halt, which was
qujck w6rk.- FifeJhundre t yards 'mre
re expected to arriva fnm Chester to
morrow. The rock will be used to rip
Vap a s,tret:U of the, old Hisiiaairpi levee.
commenciua; at the new levee sad exten l-
aown inree uiouiaua icui, wuiu.i ia ma
00 lyj1 '-pih ttbti' Vo.Vy', way" 'Jthtealep ed i an'd'
(Sen. at certain sieges, of, thsj nver. .Tue re-
teaind'erof the lefee, like tbit of 'the city's
levee, will 4 ova-red with Bonnudihrss
id 8prini. ' ' "-' ' "- ' ' . '; " , '
'': TUrouj:liMlf the-sonsoa of flood Jast
passefl. when iildustrk-9 In all other cities
along jthe Ollip wurestopped it not wreck'eil,
Ciiro's iLduslriesj ' with ore or tw6 excep-
lincs, n(fv;r . stopped a wheel or curtailed
etpenien.- The Singer workB furfced'out
its scferar thousand tables daily ; Wood &
Bennett's mills prod-iced two hundred and
fjfty barrels of, meal every .day; W. R.
Illiday'8niill did likswise; the Egyptian
mills praduced three hundred and fifty
barrels every day of twelve hours; the Cairo
City mills nearly the same; the Cairo Oil
wills consumed twenty two tons of seed
every dav 'of twelve hours, producing ten
tons f meal dSy"aud" "one hundred barrel
d?y ut Bur5'la'ic4ojjeS' the iryn I
account 'c'f niFIIoTiI'?aJ'"rfiere was Iittl
vide af acxlefy: 'Cairo whs ;nW tiel W
So lopd, either . 'directly or indirectly
other! city votr the- Ohio fcan say as murh
for ittelf.wirtjrjual iol-jitI fruth. J
Report was cfottmPlft'ttfniglit tlla,t a
arCiy-to? efoeriSaid: beta, gatreW
a ou( thfrtfB( f bi.ftij&h-i
nctiling cefhrietfl-rjf poverty iwhich
Hi-iWoulll entitle lhenUojreceive ratiors tfm
'mejrucre. ,1 oe report reacnea us eftaie
taat we could find bo ene who could give
fill i formation upon the subject "but it is
.ri iso lable'to presume ' that, if mtions were
issue I at vail, they were left heje Dy the
StC.Citliwell, which, according to the sUte
CHitjt 'UiftJ ger,tlemaa . who Jnd them
js fchsr'fre uot forCiro at all." Yet
te n -grti:s St'iio receive J.tliese certificates
UfWislrjs nd improvidence, to be ac-cur-i'
ajl Cairo n-roes and received
thtir little lilets' indiscriminately, if we
ware correctly informed by professed eye-
'ifvitpes. We were also informed by a
romper of the Ladies' Charity Society, that
?fari!aote buVbeen ma le to her by white
ax.-..-. rtlL fi cfra tfKrrnAl f.!riim.
Jf .JJI iU OU BIIJU''J W II Ul
; . : v'f.. iv , TluhJ she difficulty is easy and, so far as we can
shop, shops,! H!4 ...ubotjecUonaWe-it is to be
stores, pfcHW wet. B,hrii-b ait fiftf L , . , . T1,n,.a, ,.:
npfiLcfc?, rthat they had applied
fot c:t'c"ates of want with the rest of the
crowds but were refused certificates, and
ii at ' hey left under the impression that "no
elite trash need apply." These reports
(ire serious and, we are satisfied, are not
Entirely without foundation. That ration
should have been issued at all in this man
ner, when we have an organizition that
can and does give relief wherever it may be
needed, is he height of tolly, tt) put it very
mildly ; but that, in issuing them, there
hould be discrimination against whites
and a misappropriation of government
property are phases that on not be too
severely denounced. We shall investigste
the matter tborougly and "give the whV.e
There promises to bo trouble in the
Republican camp in this stale at least; and
the n ture of the trouble, as indicated so
far, will be a cbish between the "machine"
and the few obstieperous ones iu the party
in various parts of the state, but especially
the eitremc southern part. The cause of
it all will be, that those of the anti-machine
who have the power s i to do, will take
advantage of a cerUin ruling of the nation
al committee, by which conyresbional con
veutions are permitted to select delegates
direct to the nutional convention, instead of
imposing that duty upon the ttate conven
tion as her .tofoie. Chhirman C. N. Hughe?,
of the central committee of thin, the
Twentieth, district, has takt:n advant ige of
this rule by culling a meeting of the com
mittee at Tho Halli lay for the 6 h inst "to
determine the time and place for holding
a congressional convention to select dele
gates to the national Republican convention
which is to meet at Chicago, June 3 1." If
all the congressional conventions in the
slate follow the example that this conven
tion threatens to set, tho result will be that
the "machine" will Dud it impossible to
manipulate the appointment and insttuc
uon of delegates to the national conven
tion; whereas it the duty of appointing an;
instructing (kdegitcs to the Chicago con-
e...,on u.voivol upon the state' conven
tion, as in former years, the maehino could
easily "surround" tho convention an,
have the delegation Ublud to suit itself,
Uut there are In this state as in others
number of districts under machine control
which will uot be permitted to dulibnately
cut the bosses'! throats,; metaphorically
Ipcakiu;, and these will not send dulrgates
to the national convention, but will leave
that duty' for the state' convention to per
forth. Thus, uplps the 'bosses' got in some
gooil work juimqdiately , the state couven
lhi will, be denied the privilege of selecting
and iusHrfjctiiijr, delegates to the national
convention"" for (his district and number
of otlr.v sod ; will be penmttcd to exert
this, privilege ,6nly in;tbe casts of those
district which did riot take advantage of
w uen jum. , ..iiu mu result wui a U1V1U-
ed Illinois deieytion at Chicago and fun
fvr the Democrats, ..... . ,
t-ProlUr the most important bill for
this section of' llfinin?, the Twentieth con
grtselonal district, introduced in the pres
en'6n'gris jhat Ojf Ca'pt. , Thomas di
viding Utiuoia. .into, tine United Stutes
judicial circuits,' Illinois is i uow divided
into two district onlyj with .one judge in
eaolu , 1 U'tiiQ uite'ntion W 'the . law ' that
these t"o juds shall hold court, at differ
ent places luthraiK respective districts for
tue, convenience ot litigants ia all parts
thereof, butlhh design is entirely ignored
bv tn jude . of this district. ' Althouch
there is in the custom house here as fine a
court room as there is in the state, especi
ally.-provided for 'his use," he, baS never
HseJ if, bnt has held court oaly at Spring-
neld; the cilrtme noither,!! erid of, the dis
triet ta whi:h litigaata fiom this end have
been C'ltuptUej to ga.st great expense in
pursuit of justice; ; Judge -.Treat's evident
violation of 4he spirit ot,- the law in th's
resi sdt raty be excised so .far as he is con
cerned because of ! his age .which prevents
him frou cpinui? . arou&d j as . lively as
he jpre'vab! would do if .be . were younger;
but tuath juM cot release ta goverament
frora proviiiiiig the benTfita of the judiciary
to all people alike, is conveniently and
cheaply as possible; the people Bhould not
be made cj-sutferers ' with' Jui'e Treat
rrovi ling for the formation ot a new dis
rict ia Southern T.linois with its seat at
3dro, wh,LTtvery , tonveuience has long
jeeo provided at great expense t j the gov
jrauiiint, and which is easy of access from
ill parti of S iutluru Illinois. Bat the
)assige 16);' this bill is not an easy matter.
Japtfhomis his pusliid it with energy,
ml m-.t with strong oppjsitioa from tb
)ecple of the central pjrtion of the state,
loose opposition is a mercenary one. Very
nfluence is beiug brought to bear against
he billjt'ie cjurts an I bir have combined
in petitions ugaiust the change, and the
representatives are righting the bill with
all their ability. It is eisy to see that dpt.
Thomas should be assisted ; he slnu'.d be
backed by the lawyers and courts of his
distiict, who should at once j j':n iu addi
tion to congress asking that the bill be
pastel. We would suggest that the Cairo
band all conn- e'ed with the courts g
vigorously to oik at once aud set an ex
ample to their fraternal brethren all over
the district. Such things as tb-jsiciu bs
accomplished omy by work hird, persistent
work, and thosj who will not work do not
deserve the benefi'.s of w jrk. In this case
the benefit is well worth striving tor by
every judge, lawyer and court clerk in the
district, and there should be a procrati-
The following dispatch received by Man
ager Shields, of the Opera II ousi heie, yes
terday, explains itself and will be read with
New Orleans, March 1, 1884.
W. Shields. Manner Opera oliue, Cairo:
AH arrangement male. W, 11 positively
play Cairo Saturday, March 15, witti Monte
Cristo. Business immense here.
N. 0. IlOBEIlTS.
STAGE OF THE 1UVEH.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at C p. m. 49 feet 4 inches and fall
Chattanooga, Mar. 1. River 9 feet C
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 1. Iliver 24 feet 4
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 1. River 10 feet
0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Mir. 1 River 15 feet 3 inch
es and rising;
Pittsburg, Mar. 1. River 5 feet 0 inch
cs and falling.
St Louis, Mar 1. River 11 feet 0 inch
es aud falling.
Y. M. C A. M EE I I NO.
A public meeting of the B iy's Branch,
Y. M. C. A., will be h dd on Monday even
ing M ircb 3 1, at 7 :30. The following pro
pratnmu will bj carriel out:
2. Ria ling of Minute.
3. Rill Call.
4. Lord's Prayer.
5. Bible Ruling.
0. Singing America.
7. Reading Birthday of Wasmngion
by Bertie Dividioh.
8. George Washington's Exercise.
0. Uec. Udon an! L'berly -Oiorge
10. Rec. "The American Biy" IIsilow
11. Singing Red, White and HIuc
12. Reading Quorgo Dewey.
13. Maxims of Oeorge Washington.
14. R'C Dick Jones.
15. Singing Corouation.
All cordially iuvtt .d.
7 in li d Tn i-ci Aal inrtrfT-.Ttv 1,1 Tim wit Att rf
WESTERN RAM BUNGS.
Special Correpondencs to The Bulletin t
San Dieoo, Cel., Feb. 10. Tho raising
ot olives is more largely engaged in hers
than any other place we have visited. We
see orchards containing ten to twenty acres
set exclusively in olives, and attempts are
being made to rear he olive here without
irrigation on the uplan is, but we hardly
think it will bo a success without at loast
an occas onal irrigation. It is clsiiiicd that
olive raising is a valuable business. Sev-enty-rive
centa to a dollar per gallon is the
price realized now. Much of the fruit is
used as a table luxury, first hiving been
prepired by packing in salt brine and then
soakod in pure water. Your corresp indent's
palate njectd the fruit as decidedly ob
n xiou3, not haying as yet been educated
up (or djwn) to tint , taste.; The fui lire
outlook is that San Diego will have an
oliveoil manufactory at no distant day. '
National City, three miles further up tho
bay, is a small towu tint, stariel with a
flourish of Uumpets, but she would n it
booui t auy extent; it is tho terminus of
the Southern California Rtilroad aud the
prospective point for a .railroad from the
City of Mexico. Looking southeast, the
mountains of Mexico arc plainly visible, the
point on which stands the monument d hue
post between Mexicj anl the United States
is but fifteen miles off and plainly to le
seen, uu ton is a snort distance nurth
of San D.ego proper. The buildings are ot
the old i?pauish style, built of sun drii d
brick, many of which are in a dil ipi l ate 1
condition. Oa the bill, just back of the
town, may still be seen evidences ot Com.
Stockton's old fort, which was hustilv
thrown up the night be stole into the har
bor, passing the guns of the M ixicaa fort
as its entrance, a decse fog favoring Mi
movements. Not until the old commodorj
h id given them a morning salute of feint
and Bhell from his fort, did the town know
of his near presence. Taken so by surprise
it was not long until the Mexican garrison
run up ths white flig, and before the su 1
bad set, the town and adjwininj; f rts we.e
all in the binds of the America) soldi-.rs.
An old cannon that has been tiahed ou: of
the bay, wherein the Mexicans had thrown
it, is q aits an interesting relic of the Mex
ican war, and may be seen at the bui.dinj
of the II istoncal Society. We noted down
the following descriptions found ou the
cannon: "Auo, De. 1783, Garolus Sertiu3
AispanUriuin Etinda Iiomref, Manila, El-
Jupiter, Viola, Tilful Managregia." Tin
cannon is about s'x feet in !en''th. On-; f
the old wooden carrugo wheels is sail in
a fair state of preurvation, it carriea o i-'s
min i back to the age of wooden plows, and
A pleasant ride in a hired skiff, across "he
smooth surface of the bay out s una tlx
miles, just on the outside of the gate vy
to the harbir, brings us to where S'Oiie
whalers are at auchor. Whale ca'chmg is
quite an exciting sport, but only engaged
in by the most hardy seamen. Whin a
whale is seen to "spout" not far from land,
the boats, are at onre got realy and away
go all hands iu tho chase. When clote
enough a harpoon is Bent with the rap'd y
of an arrow into the huge carcas, away he
darts pulling out the line at a rapid rate.
The seamen in pursuit kuow how many
minutes is likely to clapso before he rises
to get another breath of air, a gun londed
with a bomb harpoon is g it ready an I as
he come3 up the gun is discharged, and an
iufernal machine, with powder an 1 fu to
it is sent into the m inster, where it ex
plodes, doing fearful work about tho vitals
of the terror-stricken fish, another and
another is sent in until the huge capiive
gives up the ghost, then he is towed out,
and when hi gh tide sets in great tffirts
aro made to get hiia as Iu out on th beach
as possible, when the tile recedes he lies
hih anil dry oa land on one "de.
Now all is bustle and hustle to g-t
the blubber cut of the side winch
lies up. It is fl'st ct.t into pieces about two
feet square, similar to cutting ice, the blub
ber or fat part is sometimes over a foot in
thickness. After th ho squares are got
aboird tls ship they uri then cut into
strips, and each strip gashed in slices so
that it all holds together; large forks are
used tput them into the kettle and w hen
boiled to a "cracklin" or long enough to
dissolve the oil, the "cracklins" are taken
out with forks and thrown under the kt tt le
for fuel, Bytlmtimo high tide comes in
again, they are ready to turn the carcass,
which can be dono readily, and as the lido
goes out leaves it on the beach with the
other side up ready to be blocked up for
the kettles. From fifty to ono hundred
and fifty barrels of oil are taken from the
cafcas? of a whale in th"se waters. One
may have some idea of the sizi of n whale
whso we say we have seen jaw bones 12 to
15 feet In length and the back cnli of tho
jaw bones 8 feet apart. From one of those
recently killed near here we have secured
a sample of the feathery bono which lines
the sides of the monster' mouth,
Just north of the city there comes in a
stream of water, which when high washes
stand inti the bay, and to avoid filling up
or damaging the harbor, the government
has built a long levee in order to divert tho
waters from the stream into a false bay.
A German vessel is now here taking on
a cargo of grain and Ab'dono shells. China
men do an extensive business hero in get
ting Abelone meat and shells, tho meat
they dry and ship to San Francisco, the
sheila thy sell here to merchants who are
extensively engaged In the shell trade.
J. 8; F,
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WONDERFUL INVENTION I
Triple Thormio Motor Four
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The New Discovery Which Will Work a
Revolution in the Motive Powers
of the Day.
A Twenty-Five Million Dollar Syndi
cate Already Formed, to Control
the New Principle.
Chicago, In.., March 1. The an
nouncement Is made of the discovery
of a new and remarkable motor, known
as "the triple thermic-motor. The new
motive power Is the vapor of bi-sul-pbide
of carbon. It has been In prac
tical u;e in driving a sixt.horse power
engine for six months past in a ce
ment paving manufactory, on West
Forty-sixth street, New York. The
discovery of the means of apply
ing the new power, and the inf
ventor of the machinery who adapted
Its use is W. L. Colwell, formerly of
Pittsburgh, who, it Is claimed, has been
at work lor ninny years on an application
of the same material from which the va
por is generated. Bi-.snlphide of carbon
la a discovery of the last century. The
force and power of the vapor In Its appli
cation fur surpasses that of ntcain,
and its application and reculation
is already under more perfect sr.fe
control than steam. The Invention
(or discovery) consists In evolving bi
sulphide of carbon Into a vapor for oper
ating machinery by generating heat iu a
generator and transferring it into a vessel
containing bi-sulphide of carbon. The
latent heat of tin? steam Is utilized Into
vapor, only US degrees being necessary
to produce this vapor. A prominent en
gineer of Chicago, giving the result of his
examination of the new motor says: "I
saw a fifteen-horse power boiler with
very little lire under it generating steam
which generated the new motor, which in
turn ran oilengine of sixty-horse power."
A syndicate has heen formed, which con
trols the invention and all of the patents,
with u capital stock of 25,000,000, of
which fcs,000,OOQ has already been
realized on the stock. Kx-Governor
Hubbard, of Texas, and ex-Collector
Jiaird, of ISoston, are mentioned as
being largely interested in the new motor
ACCIIiK X T A I. LY DUO V X E D.
The Verdict of the Coroner's Jury in
the Salmi Morse Case.
Nkw Yokk, March 1. The Inquest in
the case of Salmi Morse was concluded
yesterday. Immediately In front of the
railing and near the stove sat Miss Black
burn, pensive, with a saddened counten
ance. The lustre that was visible In her
large, dark eyes on the first day of the in
vestigallon was lacking, while the pink
color in her cheeks had given way to a
pale, haggard look. .She again wore her
large Gainesborouglj hat, a little further
down on her forehead than usual, par
tially concealing her eyes. For the heavy
cloth dress she had substituted another
one of dark brown merino. During
the proceedings she unbuttoned her
long sealskin dolnuui and threw
It open, disclosing a luce collar fastened
by a diamond pin. Mary McCullagh, the
assistant janitress of the house where
Miss Blackburn lives, testified when Mr.
McGivney came out of the room he was
excited and talked fast. "When I went
up stairs I saw Miss Blackburn coming
out of the front room. !She had on her
"Did you say anything to her."
"No, sir; because I knew there was a
row and I got away as soon as I could.
I heard footsteps in the hull after I re
turned down stairs. Miss Blackburn
rushed out after Mr. McGivney as I was
going down stairs."
The next witness was Mr. John L.
O'Sullivan, of No. ai'9 West Twenty-third
street, formerly United States Minister to
Portugal. He suld lie lust saw Mr. Morse
fn flic M.mdav before his death. Jlo
knew Morse was despondent quite fre
quently since the failure of the "Passion
l'lav." nnd he often said he wished God
would take him from this life. Henry
Eschenbach, proprietor of the Continental
Hotel, at No. 850 Eighth avenue, and
lieririrn A. HoSSnrd. living at tllC UOtt'l,
nald they saw Mr. McGivney when he
came Into tho house and went out again.
Mr. McGivney being recalled, the Coroner
asked him what conversation lie nuu witn
Mr. Kschcnhack on the night when He ap
plied for a room and registered as Mr,
Thompson. He admitted
KKCIISTEIIINO AS THOMPSON,
but denied having said he was a detec
tive. "What did you do when you left Miss
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'I went back to the hotel."
Miss Blackburn threaded her way
through the throng to the witness stand.
She looked uneasy, as if she wondered
what more was wanted of her, and
she colored deeply as the Coroner
slowly asked: "When you were
sworn you gave your name as Mary C.
Blackburn. Is that your right namd"
"Yes sir; that is my maiden name.
My father is Juoge Blackburn, of Cali
fornia. He lives there now."
"What Is your husband's name?"
"My husband is dead. His name was
Harry J. Morton."
"How long has he been dead?" asked
the Coroner reverently.
"Where were you married?"
. "In Virginia City, Nevada."
"How long ago."
"And since then you have gone by your
"Have you been married since?"
"No, sir; I have not."
"1 presume Mr. Morse was acquainted
with your husband?"
"Yes, sir; he was."
"And you always went ou the stage
under your maiden name?"
"In regard to . Mrs. IcCullagh's state
ment about seeing you come out of your
room In your night dress; was that cor
rect?" "No, sir. It was not correct. She
came home from theater after us, aud 1
did not see her until the next day."
Coroner Levy then held up a letter,
written on a sheet of note paper, which,
when footed, had a corner burned off, so
that when opened it was
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