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storekeeper in Boston, and the victim was Miss Fanny May, a young lady of seventeen, whom he had meore in Hanover street. The Herald says: Miss May was the first to arrive at the store, and shef the parties in the store to be talking with Miss May, and the next thing that was noticed was the report of a pistol, and Miss May was heard to scream and then to stagger back and fall to the floor. apparently murdered woman and her murderer. Miss May was lifted into a chair, and it soon appearedere fired, the first of which was directed to Miss May. He fired two across the room in rather a pro he discharged with suicidal intentions. Miss May is a second cousin of the wife of Mr. Hernandware of an improper intimacy existing between Miss May and her husband, and though as a wife she hashave been as man and wife for two years with Fanny May. She has been the cause of this. If Mr. Halive long. I have been ruined in business by Fanny May. You will find some friends left when I am g