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The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1860., [Electronic resource] 18 0 Browse Search
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ed in Boston on Tuesday, the chief actor being Jos. G. Hernandez, recently of Savannah, Ga., but for some time looking over some papers and doing some figuring. Hernandez entered the store and was observed by one of the pl to the floor. After regarding her for a moment, Hernandez started to leave, but after taking a few steps he to the home of her relatives in a carriage. Mr. Hernandez, when raised, was bleeding very freely, and was o the stove. A portion of this has been saved. Mr. Hernandez states himself that he took the arsenic, and tha Miss May is a second cousin of the wife of Mr. Hernandez, and for some years past has been befriended by his business. For the term of two years past, Mrs. Hernandez states that she has been well aware of an improoy, which discharge she paid no heed to, nor did Mr. Hernandez insist on the discharge. Thus matters have conttion with her former employer, after having, as Mrs. Hernandez says, been the means of almost ruining him in a