Mr Edmund Murphy attack near Bowle shoe store
Congress on powers of President." ' Up Mr. Edmund Murphy, late Assessor of lateral Bevenue for the State of LooLdaaa, , 'sod reported to have been recently appointed United States Marshal for this district, fell in . an epileptic fit to - dav at boob on Canal etreet ' ... . Mr. Hurpay was in the act of conversing with a negro, by whom he had Veen accosted. in front of the Bank of America, eorner of - Exchange - Alley and Canal street, when he .'eoddeoly reeled and fell neon , the pavement. after eeasrderetle delay be was carried by the Jolice and some friendainto the shoe store of D. H. Bowles near by, where he was lying ia a critical condition whoa onr report dosed. X medical, gentleman, whose name onr re - porter did not learn, was near when Mr. Mar - ,'ehy was fiist stricken, and did all in his power " to rsllevelhe sufferer. ". ... - . This fa the second attack which Mr. Mar - P"J" baa been suojeciea to aanng iae was iew Srooths, the first having taken place some three mouths since in Washington City. Mr. JCarph j only arrived in our city from the Federal capital last night, via the Jackson BaHroad. Since writing the above the phy - 'aicians in attendance have pronoonced Mr. Marphv out of danger, and he had sufficiently - . .1 r 1 1. . . . - . . . - .t i . receverea ie resogauo viiueo ui mm icus about him. ; . . !