On Tuesday noon Mr. and Mrs. Fulton McLain of Raisin, Lenawee Co., left home for the purpose of visitingthis city and consult its eminent physicians in the hope of securing relief to Mr. McLiiin from heart disease. Arriviug in due time they stopped at the Cook House, where they registered, and shortly afterward repaired to the office of Dr. Maclean, who was absent, leaving an appointmont to meet him the following morning at 9 A. M. Beturning to the hotel where the night wasspent the couple proinptly at the appointed time put in an appearancc at Dr. M's residence. Seating bimself and leaning his head against the back of the chair, Mr. McLain was observed by his wife gaping for breath. Dr. Maeleau was protñptly summoned and reaching his office caught the patienf in his arms and laid him upon tha floor whero he expired in about two minutes. Coroner Terry summoned the following persons : Chas. H. Bichmond, E. B. Pond, Aretus Dunn, Abram Hawkin?, Martin Clark and John N. Bailey, a jury for purpose of inquest, who repaired to the residence of Dr. Maclean and heard the evidenoe of Mrs. Jane MuLain, wife of deceasecl, Doctors George and Maclean. A post mm-tem examination followed in presence of njostof the jurymen who, after hearing the testimony of Dr. George, agreed that deceased caine to his death from " Aa organic disease of the Heart."