The Great Outrage
A OBKtT OUTRAGE, Sue Hirer Hank Strewn with Clothing that Uelonged to a Smallpox Patient. Mr. Lewis Tress, supervisor of the lower district, mado a discovery on the river bank near Paxton street, below the sewer, which excited his suspicion and which, when tho facts became known, created much alarm and indignation. The discov ery was the finding of a suit of boys' clolh - iug, an oiu Doa quin, sneer, part of a blanket, boy a stockings, shirt and a pillow lip, all of which were of the most interior quality, showing that they Deiongcu to people or limited means. meru 13 a ooy Belonging to a family living in the neighborhood where theso articles were found, who had samll - por, and who Is of the s'ze to wear a suit ot clothes like the one found, which created the suspicion at once that the bed clothing and this suit belonged to the family in question. Mr. Tress immediately had all tho articles carefully burned, and is now engaged in hunting evidence to trace where tney camo from, tor the purpose of prose cuting the parties who threw them on tho river bank.