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KIT CARSOTS STORY.
Sw He Came Ner Iag Ls Ie by the India. DRESSED IN WOLF SKINS. A nm Aggwsebei Ma Cenmp to the 1igh md rsed a Murdssume Veey-A -m..I. ese of ams DsJ e P , Ahe Pah iSu--An ONi Armay O@Mmr Bepeaot the TJEE TO SEE MEN like Gen. Beal gt their jst dOes," md an old army adow 106 Sun day an he swung him sf to an senior ped tim in his bmm .k a ameng the Bees. bed bem reading "How Gen. Phu Eemrsy's fare was eaved in M. is," and v0ing bern persmlly acquainted with the then young NaT eMer. was naturaUy ietugh Intereoted in Turn ran's very interesting story. "Liesi. Beake performed valuebje srvie for the United State. gov"rmest during his enser M the fretier, and bhimlth was esemuy in paired for several yes. byI arduesim abrs at the period referred tO by Tan Sran. I think S arrater wan .light mistakeIn ess state most. however. Ne material be d1 may have -serued to liout. beals e his bea-e ecduct at that timme, but in a 'Iie ot Kt Carns,' by Do Wins C. Peters. thi epleit is 0"%e. its f esed et praise Mr. Peters says: -othe scientife ihe ho proved a valuame acquisition. To the United States geveramest hs b ervices we i.estim-e, and a an ozpser be he few -1 think It was in Apra of M7 that Kit Cares and LALest. Deal. we ordered to ro. in Waehinges with important dispetehee the War and Navy depemente. They were three monthma tedkp of over 4,000 miles. and did it and they were emsidered to have perforsed a wonderful feat; and it was. It seems incredle now. We cma not relire in this age of eletrIcity and steams whet the a-ihia.ti of ti and distance mean to those ome who blesed the tay for emh improvements. A WO"Rxq U0*AcBn. "It Carson was a wonderful character," Oeabn=ed the officer. "I knew him very well, and c I'der him cue of the strangest eceabi nations c the age. He as not a large won., and had gray eyes and long andy hair. but he was both powerful and athletic. Be was as genie assa woman. yet possessed a terriblyI Swe r ature when used. Be was Ahy ndreserved amne. sranmers. and even among hi friends was aot given to talking about him self. but he was a rarely good story teler, for he wed the words that would covg 1ik mean !:Lvs uikest 4115d shortet He. I wasI dolietent i book edction bt pkI he e 7ac and Fpganeh Anmiy. and I be was a" conversant with ovary Indian Os bet sok ou this ceutiment. He uan food af card and was one of the best 'seven- play era I ever saw. He loved hoses, too, and his big horse. Aache,' mas known al ever the Rocky mountain ecuntry. Kt never drank a drop of lque. was a man of strictest te y and wouldn't He to mse anybody. Certainly these wre quer raits for a a of Kit's rear tog and naturally roving dipoit.o His ater wished to apprentice him to a - r, bus Kit foad greater fascinato in hunt hides them bamning tbma. s in 1s ho left ..mouri home and began trail through the hen uemetratsd myrteriesa er grA h.a. fean desert and the wil t Rocky imsn twi. He told me osce that har mftem yars he asver naw the tace of a white woen and asser satunder a white man's reot. Ho rs rind a beautiful Cheyen Judi, t whom he was most devotelrattmched. Te gt been to them was educated tI a Cevent i5. Lootm and is yet living in Calwferd with her beand. The zmother died when the had was quite sma and Kit mourned her less deeply. -6a eSann io ==n-owT. "KMt Chsres was F*emeot's guide who he 111 bin ewable trip with the U.S. erpe of tepOgraphical oginears and earned the title of "ts Path Finder.' It won rom Ktt's own hbat I learned Gas of the lkiA.o. of that issintl theq of 10Bhat Gen, ..ajea.. cf *s United Statess army, laum. 3. Mauwd, EeKit, ahunter, trapper, gieand seout; Ja ehm dse-a-e, the asa rthe Us Inai--. twoApch scouts, KiCsum and myself mee iaed nthi Dates ....maia.. 7,65 fee absee he orthesea. Whenweketth0fey in the ert meening an August som usasmi to the faeoefatare. Woue tdeeml e- basiees in a tew house, a nt atep tgdelay had tskeu no blambets and m Ntsgruh. At that altudea after enen* air was beamig cold. We piled all the laem. amable Msof iti ma reach into a peand adea little ire, but the materiel to bnwas our 'gu stake' bo...n...td at..e....were ..,,ynoe.l aeeld, andasr-e daredade to lepfor fear oef pisigin the oeld In ta blamaed trdeewe huddled tegether about the bln adnhd and told terle. and eafled each other a msare --ph-A- faa egat be eass. old frestisromes as we were, we had had se Ntie huethisught to provide aplint inch "Kt, fhr a wauder, was in a tlsive used. Itwa e raelsy that he ead he made to talk af whes hodid it was alasworth Meaigto. We had heenusin the In qemigemis. Just at that time pssis tat mtytalked of Ntis elsea, tNeirc - tiee<hmge--the Erie own afer. "I led a diferests with *0 darned eussee em.e that cmme mighty m- petti.' an ad to my caeer,"* observed EKt as he 1Usd his pipe, f ar goued mnyame mhash, 'host 'da, 1 "It wa to '43 we ma with Fiomeat ai. *0 morens If ys mms *e.," aspledM "9ha's *0 dat," said Kit, nedI en immrt mneat , as r assi.'4 iI tech *0 beck tdfor the stateesotter b' sue her uihester Qfteen y aSt, Louts .ea tee ~ ser ame, s leet h *0eth bnddomd u . Oath he.. ute x--av - rem..t, te. a ...-t...-,..tree. Ime te hef eeed eemeek, a * e.m nhbhot ad...,, he ~up' Ide . KMdew a bead .r iwms.. iuth him. In the esimeta wth Kt it utieedthat his ga and teup ewtpyQ with en wmssofl suup mi hr KMd mege 4- wieaM ~ededuiente is e a me ge hm be eGns e M samhks psamweless ~esemaBwgUna ? ine io"e ba d . P se betmd omy e a she -n o ma M. stepped. I ed i -wa -a id ae forthe athpsbe emamense A bis see adau of Teeks way the t a b b whose top war har an s d e sighi hmee m allo' of tar elmn am' ie g - et the amate thTr war's me beash even am Oe reaL ud' ut ls amagoe e side oMueum, sofr It eWd em ig gmem I.'t"'..be, "'111-we .e M Aamar -s... .e.as .. euram am' r - belse we odg tur n the -It .. a bees e * 'le.M dek by the stars whom the boys reed up in their blanhets with their smddles far feet an pinted to 1be fire, an' mosed The harm a I' le. Oar peIetted a short distenew abeft am whar r &W r ir g I war te stand he wth, we re in teentry by the. darned Utse an' ed So be @TANDMO h a - "I emeed the priWmi' of my gum am' thm abed reI the oamp I war plum thed, ' tm I est dows agia a big pine does te te pm and whr the heat from- the half-burnt - =eade me fe gld an over. lonhed I let te hep me sas fer I trar blamed " '=with tavel ever thirty mas fty traild. "Te sght war clear as crydol, with toe "Te a thi' bright as diundam tw arnw't me mse. The air war sdD an' old. Down be WPw in the valley the varmints were a rais' bN . p~irst I couid hear the panthers S. Loard, but it are a mournful wal they nab.. It sets blood to shiverin' even to this b7. Te%: oems the long deep geua' of the bae. Above 'em all, ma the howlia' of the wolves. They nm' merid am' growled am' barked t it ed ar se the woods was aliv with the pesky, meak kktma. "Dimeby the other fellers let up or wore out, but the welves kp a 7owlim', and what war worse they kep a gettin clomer. I could hear their jaws soap, as' they seemed to be havin' a kind of aimly row. I thought there war a thou mn' at the leat hlkerlmashun, but I knowed better, of course. One iose kin make noes esough for a handerd. I did't mind their losin' in at Arst. I thought mebbe they smadt the bacon we had fried and war huntin' it. The pesky varmint kin'wid grub five miles of, bt I knowed they war such darned cowards they would skulk of when they saw us, for the its ar a natural born coward. Party soon. the oe in range of my ight. I =4 1217see them hiud of dim lM& down smgjg the big pines. They war actim' mighty gser even fur kotes, so I got up from whar w r hed up son a pine is the fire light an' Mo bac in the shedder to watch 'ems. "They kept eirelin' a little nearder each yelp an' al the time a snappin' thar jows an' actin thke so asy Yoen pp over a bone. "I hadn's no oti oootin' at the durned rarmints, for that would wake the boys up, and they war a sleepin' mighty peaceful like after a hard day's march. It war so dark down thar, to, that I bed to strain my eyes to make 'em mt,' an' I reckoned I couldn't'hit noe of 'm mobow." A UmIMnoC s vossiur. "Suddenly the swappin' an' snarls' am' how is' let up a' the daed-' varmints got behind the trees, an' then a murderes volley war fired sho the aerole made by our amp fire! "Them warn't wolves at al, but a bunch of Ute Inmns r-ed out in skins. They had made the noewe of snappin' their jaws by shakim' bems In thar heads. I thought I knowed all the devices and cunning of the critters, but they fooled me that thme bad. It war the first n' lat time I war ever took in that way by any Buroad redsI. "Thet difereult ceast me sighty dear. Two if the bays never knowod what hurt'am, and bres of 'em never got over knowin' what hurt m, for they earried the nmarks of the wounds he rest of ther lives. "I warjust naturally paralyzed by the end lenneso the attack, an' when I came to ny eess the boys that were nharmed war up with rifles in their hands, an' lookin' fur red hims, but Lord we couldn't we nuthin'. It var block aM a stack of black eats in the tember md thar warn't authin' to drow a bead on. The juns had sees aM as we laid in the circle of the Ire light and had the advantage of seein' aM lain as daylight. The one volley satisied' or they skulked of, an' we didn't hear acwe of 'em. "We didn't know they had gone, through, an' tot ready for a siege. We put our are out -quick on' -rmad, end and M wu~eegh, tillmorsin.' "Up m idea the hi, her the spring tppdown le the valley, makin' mundo over he so amd whAr the " whIpered am' semed, we dug a grave an in it put twof the meet boys who ever pilt hearts blood for the Pessd red skie. I always fed mighty bad when I think .t that opersade, fur It seems like f I'd had any em Id a known them wars't Ihose eough wolves. It war the A tie I sar ever teck in thet way, but thet don't put if. into Ahem two boys amw build no mommaet l theer ammories!" =Is==- Wosaa. Ras... A Vieto=y e the Amewteam Eeg. IHa se The USawing am. It Was am am early evening local tram on 69 West Shore railroad the other ntarday sight The mmoki=g ear wa fal of shorers going down tothecity after their weak's work. The great American hog occupied four slesa. Be had turned two of the eambot mned seat., faeing each other. Two flat pak eg ca- occupied the aide meats and hewas empidy stratehed out, with his dusty feet om he forward mant next the window. An us igte cigar hung between his fat fingers and he perepiration streamed down hbe fat cheeks andwa lost is he im ep osllar. His moueth was ypea and he ma dreaming et hbe lucky week asellingecigars to the country mereheste ap the iver, for he ma a drummer in amell way. At New Durhamn two Italiana entered the car. 3 me as large, fages; the other emeB, eat, but astive, adwore lrbrm arrs g. leth wery very dirty and Ii carried The onyapoiaayvacant seats were bas eepd by the drme.The big hlim toche himson the shoulder and said: "Nlata, ===== I sit?" agnam and again. phlly, "Naw! Geoway!' frusa the sleaper. The lite laborer interfered with a volley of =di=ne=t mims=, pl-l urging the big one m. "We asst have at. Moae sees sg" 9Yee irtyblak, blank, dagoes! Bit am the egn! Git out and cont the lies! Bit out af base!'"" Both Italinne ---ter- "'Ksle.ia Imerlea! brute! hetla! poes! brieene! lealerset! ruhatese! ladbel Amdan a! divele! The fst litie dam wemseved hbe feet thern the set hadhe bes hip pocbet ad maid "F'E give you two sesu he to to that deer, med whon yeu git there sathe!" copan ther bt e.., o I gaed at ths Amerleam heg in =====set== mndweesee he ptup his desty teetagtshe larmd hes wha friendy g in a "F'm a whale New Ore mob whamlgit .I-s baer by dep ever by mage, Thy psesme seemhes my ingteg esi baer by da, ever bg mims IAUt us thy st eee neighme.s reiesees Sheel aU ge ne ea areue, abeve, Swknper me, so water yEm he t s -- m, gg mmme Thde sensns ousnh giswra Tiesit sesee, asemot i es, The pemas o Was Qae dem, -ee.s ae, The he e ss& me Us 3ms a de, was Sms em, Them aeiee WieSu a ~, mases e asbot Wenmmea Rm. UoEVUaan, NO14 U K The eiammnsement ft of a am Oman'e a y eak pines at Tows as 2b - -a "mk we ma wow li hon" I - e-a hiewde of ae , bo "m. me prga w a g e ,Sao e,.in ~ t reof n ties and aisgees, -=te=i=== w m en ama donme, a seleeled s a. Upow ge rThe meingMm teah parnsu aq Itte NI emlvsaO&Bably: Wobvvar Mot both mi~ -a Vow nob man Mane Messag &ah Wesmer. 3eb~e 0=094 ed, In.a.k Anbes Bellegi~e Delman, WMOffoo, 24 mmps, heba Anse sm, Umen D ade," Tom Ose.t, lemeveIn DMM014 ANON Isa1 e Dewden M-ngmet 260e6, lanme Peter Mary Uhee eaow Smiley, Lily Uagiauda lIdlerre and Kr Tom Mabl~ !j sldOyz a ime Domeroesas y but Ame h at this pl were Mr. M aen= and Miamear, both a thi seaOy, o the 17th i b y Rev. IL. M L.eti and Mins Mato &. bh6 of agionD. C. On the 2lAt tant, in St PW.s ChurMis P05 sKm Gakuda . 21 of 6r-9 TWid mod eZiWC7nhew -d Mr. BN. of Baltimare best asn. The bride-mi were Mim Rebseesn Bell, Not lgl Noesi Poo and Eloie Wooae; the usrsM, Zoo. Ie" Tyfe lm Poole, Waae Pool Jr and Apploem &dy of Wasington. no'hpp left em en extended trip o andO their return wi reein more. L A. M. UNIVNESITT REEGHT3. Osowespeodae et The Eventa- Uter. The handsonne house being ereeted by Mr. Stenislans Hamilton is nearing oompletion and will be ready for occupancy aboat the AM of July. The grading of the streets and the loying of sidewalks in tis subdivision is programing rap ?ketty beds of Rowers are being planted at the corners of the squares, which iydd greatly to the attractivee.o( thin loeality. The tower ereted on the site of old Fort Bunker Hill is a great resort for young people in the evening. The view from this tower is one of the most extensive to be had anywhere in the District. The people of the Heights are interested with those of Brookland in the project to erect a town hall. The shares for this enterprise are neariy all taken, and it is expected that the site will soon be secured and the work of construe tion commenced Those who are most prom nent in the movement are eatinfied that It will be a profitable venture, as two of the stores that the building will contain are already en n this hall in an accomplished fadt it is believed that a Masonie lodge will be instituted here, as there are a number of the members of that fraternity residing in vicinity, and then they will have every f ty for meeting. It is ascertained that there are thirty-three Catholic familie= here and in brookland and the parish priest is making inquiries looking to the erection of a chapel. It is expected that the land will be donated. Several ple have taken exceptions to the statement t t there were tramps in this neigh lborhood. They assert that it is nn mafe to travel about here day or night as It is in the city. The mounted police patrol regularly, but they have few arrests to ake. M Sadie aM Marie Howe of Philadel phis street gave a matinee box party to several of their young friends at Albaugh's last ater day afternooa. Where Can We Drive? To the Edto at The Eveninr Star: After twenty years' labor at my counter I have managed to add to the business a hores and wagon. On Sundays and holidays I like to take my wife and little ones a drive. The horse gets a day of for every Sunday I use him and the light Jersey which is substituted for the heavy wagon ===== nothing for him to pull. Few le in Washington have not noticed how diC t it in even with well-broken horses to get out of the city without having trouble fros the many obstacles which beset the driv er's path. The very necessary street car (elee trie or horse) me6ts one at every turn and there Is not a bridge out of Washington which is not ibeumbered either with a heavy line of travel or street eas. even on Sundays. The great need of a safbidge over Dook creek, for instance, or over the P river, by w e driving may leave the miw, must s=Oik th mind of the visitor to Viii ington. Washington, with all its beauties and attemetlons. eannot be left or approached with out absolute dane to the driver at a vaeiel. Should thinsbe? Cannot some mode be devised of ersting a bridge over Rock creek by which the bemfldrives over the hills to the west od mur beautiful city may be enjoyed by our The plan ew before Congress of putting through 37th street and opening it to the Ton law road half mees the requirements, but sup p= =nta by a bre across Book creek at Qad thteoeadngeof that street, which as aeadwest of 2th, and one of the beau drives would be the result-with the avoiding ot all railroad tracks-horse or electric. Will your valuable paper recomm===A this ulnaCto our km inonss and to Con greeI~""A Koamir Darvan. Temsre of Usal Eet.0e. Dosds in fee have been filed as follows: J .S. BedmnutoE. . Hoge, sube 47 and 48, sq. 1561; 3-. 3. W. MoPhereon to I. T. Browning, mob 23, sq. 331; 3,50. K. Aah JL.Welsh toTo J. b Fl lot 3, bl . Iatorema Heights; D2,601F. C. Caldwei etaL. to seine, lot 34, do.; 32,500. V. A. Knrts to samme,.bot 31, do.; 3,160. J. A. Iowin to8. W. Lewiet al, lotU8, nq. 517; 6-. L.. Dehrens to H. Dinrhhardt, part 16, sq. 460; 0-. 0. Johnson to L. Battomy part 47. sq. 1616; *1,325. V. Twabto E.1. Wills, sub 11 of Los IS. Ac., H.'. a Mount Pleasant; 0.-. B. T. Jeka=== lot 4, ble , T.A B's sub, do.; P8,00. C. Cain to P. Crowley, pert 15, se.50; $,80.Fannie Hydesel. to L.W. Georgetown; 0--. W. H. Inheles to N. 51 a40; 01,1 . F. NM HeIght.; *4,513.75. Cemm=u.iamers Distriot et Columai to S. Bieber, sub 1, e. 743; P33; and sub 3, din.; 3.43. H. WetoT. T. Judd, 29 and U,eg. 66; -. A. B. Duvnll to T-mmpart 133, sq. 61; $-. The Poeeteet dmee ceugeso. Casmis Fia==arien, the eminent Frec astronomer, espets to visit the world's fair, and writes to Dr. Conee eathusastically of the peyekia esuincoe cogrees at Chieage and wiR address the sougrees. Among' the fereign memabers of the advisory Pr~Charles UeChat. libot PlIem Janet. all of Franee. Thyhave ainldtheir lntentia. to Dr. Co,e.et adrsigthe aem gre.. en their saclnafnae. ofhpt ts and and M r pesideat and et eerdial es the eaythcalmbln siI.the$ a ~eoumL Tefuiao theAme.i..n . h En g.shset,, Frf.VW.. thrett, F.L.U., espet to . tead and was addres the ...e.. U beplm h Nigh lebeol lame rm. The elarn et 'U8 ot the Washbigte M lehoel teak lease ot thei Uat-a eua teese laseeig i the shap of a tesu e ee semes ses lies' Ean. A hmag. auwe et pemreas es presset and Ustanl wI sp ~summto the wednes se l s and heuewe e2l"ead- -e.;wo . he..mh e"ape...e e~hs Mtamm Ye m Jei uwe-eMe - CloEN sAi G29-w. mumAs mu *w. vacuum- "=m Or Wam var.=ra qace. TWME 0 AND K STRTX. I.PrOTSBWr& ImEW TWO-mmoBY SamE I00p No. WAn . of& I n .sess v lhw Dmilmas of OstMM*s. and sa 1 49mste as pare awass eW. we Will fewe i Saoe a Se" of Qh& as tanewims-dwmarbed w lythe or OW, ccWash. ..,,s.....tks tf.......t.. .aUK The son* prt of cristmalist 1&. ts sqmas 307,<ip' eumS~ at midt we 18, an" ressing dmme wedt W-tt fto ananer thmemea SlMit odd SO ISe 15m4t S tnebes; themo =At R Am"t: shmes sot almaw the Mwa 131 4. orIK~ A At. M EF .4er 10sms gaza i O1t -aam u R a UO"- -- FU*AN TUAY. 1 W R - " "***-I e*". 1,~aU tTr"_ t RwerT.e .TDARcEN &0.N. A.c AY OW. nA "1* A. AT es. Ubaet CO AN . t , 1S I AW2NAW TI W git..ag,,gr Og e r 9 ERi.I sEd 8LIOT-& 0", wa tmham. els.he . M UtMea. r..t. T 0T L o,...NTN V ~TOI eltP&AX 212:2us fana ve from ow Yrk Pwabo FUTURB DAY*. ACIF.DARR & CO..* Amctoseee ALTIR OF A FRAN, ,OE ON ER ATIO A iTA ALO. ay uof amim deod of t wtnresoleMf the er~maeuedt Iby* we. thed udemd t r u ~ w i.' e A l 0 1 s f o r4D C P , ~ X ..ra t t h e f am l -l 11Ureal eatata: All of Wo fsumbed nine m soe umer t= of .=te ac-ord-n to the ebdM as 1s h r etaa with the Imlovememmi Ac.. Of ~IIsVUSI One-half cash, the tuelde t~oma ead Fsh. Leue by dee=ftet s poet or allsh. 14t tae =yt of the purel."W 11 U~requfred the time al ade. U sa complie with 13 tftese days .4 =mt .ot th = Ave days' a~eriste Jahidbdma ofL~l Tueb yct-an ;fff4& neaLLinfth pwcb~. ZMAN TWUX . TW A GE VII SAFESW"AWWI V jdmdb 3.z is EN Truia ~ ATU & 50AC Uuehnee 4 . ahIa . WM 00 T..M. RLATCLIF3 PAK 00iia~.. TWO IWU.AD XALIN EN of bya e tro dalee Tw ha Supr ot k mm~ ie e IL 11.8fZSatobj." 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