Cassandra Leap Dwelling burned to the ground
the "arrest and canviction, pardoned pardoned or sentence commuted." As at present it is hardlv xvorth offering a re-xv re-xv an I. About two o'clock on Monday morning the building occupied by Mrs. John Eeap as a dwelling and a storeroom at Cassandra, Cassandra, w as discovered to 1m on fire and was soon burned to the ground, together with its contents, consisting of a stock of general general merchandise and household goods. The loss is estimated at ii,(''t, on which there xvas an insurance of $.l,-io. The lire is supposed supposed to be the work of i ncend iarjo" and it i-lH-i..ed that the store was lirsl ioI.Imm! and then set on lire.