Ih«D — In Opelorjsan, September 11th, 18T3 at 5 A. M , Mr. Kams, Hbbmas Bp dcmvllbr, aged 41 years. The deceased was a native of Badra. German?, and for many years • resident of Opelousa*. As a man and citizen Mr. Bodemuller was btghly respected »nd esteemed by all who knew him. As a Mason he honored by all the fraternity, and at the time of. his death was the secretary of all the Masonic bodies in Opelounas. A dvspatch dated Little Rock, Sept. 9th, BBf« r A private dispatch from Shreveport reports two hundred and su'y four ofyellow fever there.