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SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1879. THE yTT.MATi MEETIMO. Int TiUkiisiSBBi at the Meeting And CouuttM Appoiated to tha Mowy. The Railroad Oh of tae Oertaiat.ee of Um Hear Future. THE ORGANIZATION. Mr. F. Hoastoa called the meeting to order aad noauaated MOo Blair, Esq., Cbainaan of to Meeting, who was unaniasously elected. Mr. Blair, ia taking the chair, eaid that the object of the Meeting was to devise means and raise money to build the Narrow Gauge Bailroad to War saw. Mr. Mat Zener was nominated by D. H. Smith, Secretary of the meet ing and was elected as such. LETTER FROM COL. PHILIPS. The chair read the following letter from Col. Philips : To the Chairman of the Railroad Conven tioH, White's Ball Deaebir: It was my hope and purpose to be present at your meetug this eveaiag, aad to say something that might promote its object, but I returned last eveaiag from the War- reasburg court quite ill, and am una ble to be out to-night. I am with you, however, in spirit, and most sincerely wish I might in fuse my own spirit mto every citizen of this town, aad that is that this road to Warsaw must and shall be built at all rational hazards, and any reasona ble cost. Its value aad importance, in my humble opinion, to the future of Sedalia can not be overstated. Its loss to us at this juncture would be dis astrous and irrepsirable. The energy, enterprise and indomitable will of our citizens, which have wrought wonders for this young city in the past decade, have now aa invocation and inspiration worthy of our metal, as also a test which I am confident our noble pride will not allow it to be said we are un equal to. With this branch road reaching out to the south of us, our city will be so infested with a network of rail roads, as to make secure its present prestige, and assure beyond all rivalry its con tinued growth and permanent pros perity. Citizens of Sedalia, cast your bread upon the waters, and-you will in the near future gather abundant stores o! subsMtaace and wealth. Very traly, yours, Jho. F. Philips. THE FIRST SPEECH. J. H. Bothwell was called out and spoke at length of course strong ly in favor of building the projected road to Warsaw, and substantiated his argument by pointing out facts po tent to every citizen. He detailed the proposition of McPberson & Co., waica was Jisteaeci to wita great eagcrasso by the audience. O. B. SOI OXD8, Master Mechanic of the St. Louis t Cairo road, was called oat. He spoke in a practical way, stating that the operating ezpeaaes of the Narrow Gauge was two-thirds less, and that they could be built for one-third less thaa the standard gauge said that many narrow gauge roads were being built in the various parts of the country, aad ere tea years would paw, a narrow gauge line would be. running from the Atlantic to the Pacific GEO. F. B. JACKSON. spok not upon the order of building the Sedalia, Warsaw and Southern road, hat that it must be built at all hazards. He said that Sedalia could not afbrd to stand supinely bv and see this opportunity slip through its fingers but she, by her enterprising citizens, must pat their hands in their pockets aad pash the i cad through to a completion at oace. His speech was timely aad oaa happily made, aad well received. I ' COL. A. D. JAYNE8 Next spoke to the audience. Every body, of course, knows that Jaynes is a Sedalia maa aad, of coarse, is ia favor of the Warsaw road. He powted out why Sedalia should have this road, which he detailed at length. The Colonel amid that there were schemes afloat at Jeierson'City and other points Waking toward the com ptetiaa of a' road to tap the resources of the great Ssathwest, bat bow is the time for SeaVdia la strike. He proposed that every maa wha had subscribed to double his subscription, and then he propened that every anno who could afbrd to do so to subscribe 1100, 100 ma would make $10,000 it takes oaly flt.000 to secure the coveted priae. CYRUS HnrttiRK then gave a detailed history of the en terprise from its first inception) and then told what was awetmiy to get the read. . Mr. New4wfc awaYvad that a commit tee he asaiiaisa ay the chair, who be esjaaowerad aa faoiat sab- to XMtMrrrKK. CNea4Wk, & U Data, A. HL tsaasM, J. P. Leake, J. M. JMwj. If m sail 17. 11. HaattB.. Cat Jayaea aulsrml the mlowiaf shall CsvriedL JfesstW, That the people of Sedalia do raise tha $19,000 aad thereby se- care the road. Mr. Ira E. Barnes supported the rcsolutioB and it was vnaaisaoasly adopted. Applause. The general committee reported the following subcommittees which was adoped: COMMITTEES. Attorneys J. H. Bothwell, G. P. B. Jackson. Groceries J. L. Hall, Peter Brandt Dry Goods J. M. Clute, Mai. W. Beck. Hardware W. R. Thomas, Wm. Brav. Beal EsUte Jno. D. Crawford, W. H. Boss. Butchers Frank Newton, C. Good rich, J. B. Kick num. Boots and Shoes w. S. Mackev, R. H. Moses. Hotels Geo. T. Brown, Joe Sicher. Lumber H. C. Gauss, S. C. Gold. Laborers V. P. Couslev. Edward Hurley. Druggists W. E. Bard, J. H. Mertz. Stock Dealers Harvev Siebert.Jobn Baker. Physicians D. T. Abell, W. H. t Evans. I Cigar and Liquor Dealers Louis Deutch, Jas. Glass. Millers M. 6. Harler, Wm. Ho brecht Manufacturers H. B. Fletcher, T. K. Barley. East Sedalia S. H. Olmstead, J. R. Hoff. East Sedalia Real Estate W. B. Brown. W. K. B. Russell. Dr. I. T. Pmnann m. wnnwaaa ti. : to meet at the City Hall on Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Davidson and tha Preaa. The mtawteis are having a hard time with Davidaoa. He haa aot it into his aead that all the newspapers are against him and blames them for hi present con ditioa. He could probably just now find ore genuine satisfaction ia asking the BedeesBer of the world to forgive him the oae great crime of his life. The newvpa pers are upholders of law aad order ; they will shed ao tears when the drop falls aad all that ia mortal of Frank Dayiuaon hangs between heaven aad earth, and while weaay this we kaow our responsibility aad will not shirk it. When God said "Thou shall not kill," he ottered it with thunder tones, and from that day to this it has been the main stay oa which oar laws have been propped up Take it away aad murder will run riot in oar land. We advise Davidson to make his peace with all the world. His waa an awful crime the slaying ol a lellow being ia cold blood. The newspapers bad nothing hatever to do with the killing of his victim ; nothing whatever to do with the verdict of the jury ; nothing whatever to do with the decision of the Supreme court ; aad not one of them have said ought against him or tried to influence the Gov- ernor in the way of defeating his petition for a commatatioa of his eeatance to prison men t for lite. Although none of them have anything to . a I say to influence the Governor in his favor, mat m aot a eumcieat reason lor his pres-1 ent animosity. If be will sit down and calmly view his crime, he can but that the decision of the court waa just. do lar as me bazoo u concerned, it is willing to render the doomed man any assistance that we can in what we believe to be right and proper. We have lifted our voice neither for nor against him. although we have upheld the judge wbo8edli"' for J te nasaed sentence, aad believe the minrmUe be called at 2 o'clock p. am. to be jaV We bat utter the Irishes of our brethren of the areas when we any, ''May God be merciful and wipe his sins away." His crime waa great, hat let us hope that the sacriSce he ia to offer up will be aaScieat and acceptable in the sight of his Miker, and that he ay find peace and consolation to his troubled soul in the re- away," and may find rest when he passes beyond the River of Death. Feraonal. C. P. Brown is at the Garrison. W. H. Davis, editor CliBton Democrat, wm a passenger south last night. Jo. Greene, of Sedalia, is in lown. I Edimt. n D .... .-, -""e m l,,e "J aae, m Ib towa. . . Miss Josie Wright and her sister, Mrs. Wenricb, went to Clinton last Bight -Ira Hinsdale is in Colorado. Whefl last beard fm. t .u .iiJ . rT,. Messrs. j. j. Ldngle and W: 11. Uavia, editors of the Henry County Democml, were in the city yesterday. nan i r , , - r I -D. 8. a Laws, of Columbia, Mo., was H. .ill ii17 L J... , i Maj. jaa. is. Waaaill, of Jeaersoa, u went Weat last night. He will aigat. ne win alien i a ' ww van a I church at Warrensburg to-day. Mia. Barrett, wife of Ber. T. W. Bar rett, of Jefferson C ity, is at Brownsville, Mo, the guest of Mrs. A. 8. Bembert. Charles Place hw jaat returned from Iowa, whither he has beea to place hia ily. Mrs. Place k ih poor health. -J.A.Haha,of Calhoun, went, three i moathsago, to Colorado with some horses to sell. He sold them, vie red the coun-1 try sad relumed home yesterday. Corrected dailv tor tae Basoobv C.G. Taylor, Horologirt aad Optician, No. 9 unio atreet. lor tae tweatv-lour Hours aad- tag at a o'clock p. mn Jane W. I87. 11ME. j THKB, BAU, WD. WKATXKS J 8 a.m. 2p.m. 8 p.m. cloudy hasy This ia awsBethiag new in this sad ear farmers aad at hers would da well to give it a critical easmiaatioa. It is highly speksa af ay aU wha have eea, aad eaa as asad far slsssst aay parpens from to raaaiag a parnp, while wiahia dm sssea ef all. Mr. BJeathwick, the paumleaj m aaw stssslag at the Qvri- ssa Hseas, sad wiW taka slnmra ia iag k and explaia Us wsfkiami. af 1 72 awe aw I M 38:1 a I 72 2:18 y ia aBBthsr salama., A CTGLOMX. Terrible Wm frasa tha aVmtawaet A terrible wtad atom nedeed over the aorthera part ef the learna Tsmterjr sad Southern Kansas an Friday wveeiag last, carrying desolation, death aad rula ia it track. At Yinitie, aevcral can beloagiag to the St Louis aad 8aa Fraaciaoo read were blown froai the trick. Three of them were oa the Hack, or ia auch cloae prox imity to the II. K. A T. track that they had to be maored before train could This delayed the regular passenger train yesterday moraiag, which did aot reach here until aeon. Several small bourn ia Viaitia were baaibled over aad failed around aromie- cuou-ly by the wtad, but ao one hurt aa far aa the Bazoo haa brea able to leara. At Chrtopa, Kansas, three mat were re ported killed by lightning, aa the atom passed over that place. The taia fell in torreata aad lasted from ire p. m. Friday to oae a. m. Saturday. Kissed by Electricity. The Right wan black with darkness June 34, 1879. A train load of people left Booaville oa that day for the famous Hweet Siring. Stations intermediate were atopped at aad gay excursion!! joined the happy throng. At B a young lady and gentleman Iter acknowledged beau waa the oae who accompanied her. They aipped Sweet Spring water, they listened to the music oft he famous Sedalia bras baad, admired the beautiful acenery bout lbe Ssratoga of the YVeat aad ia fact were uwl hPPJ" I Ine day passed remarkaniy quick to - them the hour were only momeata, aad I .i . i ... : the time came for them to joia the throng and board the railroad car, aot thinking what dire calamity awaited them before the light of another nan should be aeea oa earth. The train reached B oa its return aboat 10:15 p. m. The heavens over and around were lighted by electricity light. Such light a everybody will readily re member, is the brightest illuminator the world ever aaw. As the train came to a stand still in front of the depot at B , nervously, trembling, oar hero and his probably affianced stepped upon the plat form, when conductor Brggs swung hw Ian tern and stepped into the car. Aa the train waa moving out all eyes of the trainmen and passengers were directed towards the platform to see if ' they could discern our hero and his darling in the inky darkness, when, to their great surprise, a vivid Mash of light ning lighted everything much brighter than any noonday sun, and there was the hero of this incident in the act of imp! inline n kiss upon the rosy lips of that fair lady. whom had been admired aad petted by all with whom she had come ia contact with the past day. Died. At&15p. m. Jane 28 of inflamation of the bowels, Charles Frederick, son of Henry C. and Lizzie Gauss, aged 14 months aad 19 davs. The body will be taken to St. Charles for burial on Monday evening. St. Louis pars pleaae copy. At Picton, Ontario, June 25th, Thos. a"'" reea-awa awa w esr, atii Wamaley, Rq- father of John W; ley, of this city. The sympathies ol many friends in Seda lia will be extended to Mr. Wamsley ia his bereavement. Foot Baca. There will be a foot race on the Fair Ground on the Fourth of July, between Lon Hugbey and W. F. Banbury, both of The parties are in training aid already one of them has made his mile in &45. Miasinr A man named Thomas Robinson, of Jef ferson City, brother in law of I. C. Thomp son, who resides in Pettis county, is mWine Li - c - iHt Sundav. His wife lelearaahed tu Sedalia yesterday to know if he had been I seen bene. A Warranaburger. Warrenaburg is a great temperance town. but that doesn't serai to reform the people uck. A young man of that towa, who goes by the name of Jamea M. Huston, went to Kansas City Friday tocall upon hie girl, as well as have a geaeral good tii II though, that the girl much pre ferred his room to his company, aad when the young man began hM persecutions she told him Itllr that she would have lk- . , H uiuj ll. i;hu i saB aw w OTsenv a armsss vwa was aawwww pistol, or tried, but waa prevented from do- ing so by a room-mate of the girl's. Jii passing through the recorder's court lE nnju or iwo hi ine noose ana sr a m. a SB a naviaar a fine, can return home, a sadder if wer BaB About two weeks ago a notorious proati- .. ."! , D V:." eat to the bouse of Oliver, a colored maa, in pai m urosa iinrsi tfrrm an wnongina; Mollie Oliver, a vounc Mack alrt. This VM done when everybody was awav from home except some children, aad they told who got the dress. Mollie weat ta tha frail Ella aad asked for the dreaa. She did aot deny taking the dress but said she would pay for it. This satisfactory, hat Ella did not put up, and the rcsalt wm yesterday Mollie aware out a warrant aad had Ella arrested charg. ed with theft. Ella then proposed to pay casts. ins; to $2.90. sad rive an the d This waa accepted iaasmach as a far steal. I ing could aot be made The fallowing m the time by which trsias will be ran oa and aftsr U-day aa the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD tward thraawh 4:Ma.m. -Uas. Day tl M.vMb4S p. i 4a.i day All the L day. V RRAKCH. Westward uuva: PBanHawsftwe e seeaa sblaaV BnW 0 Jmigat liisgn...l M p.m. rmwday assmsuar J1 7Ma.aa. eaaJwaWmwm JBBtRptmmfi tBwpU aaaV aa Ciaataa a Star ia Sootety Oifelaa Every small towa haa ita sraaatioaf, aad CVceola ia aot aa except ioa to the geaeral rale. A beat sis wSOAClwal or aa ago, aa a private letter In a Baaoo reporter mtarma us, Meaars. D. K. Holly Co. opened a marble and slune cuttiag establishment, aad had ia their emdoy oae H. a HTRATTON, as solicitor. This eentlemaa haa so far conducted himself in an honorable and up- riKbt maanrr ; be went to church, into so ciety, and wae looked upon as brine fine young man. wnen asked it he waa fa mar ried man he ivariably aaid "yea," but said it in such a matter aa to lead people to believe otherwise. At any rate people would not believe what he aaid. but set it down that HE WAS A 8IKOUC MAN. While knowing of this opinion be took no steps to set matters right, sad thiaga weat on ia' their asual channel until Wed nesday of last week, when there arrived at that place a lady who registered aa Man. H. C KTRATTOX, and was assigned to n room. Although Stratton boarded at'the same hotel, nothinjr was thought of the new arrival, aad thiaga went on in their usual channel. Stratton was away on a tour when the lady arrived, but returned the following Saturday, and when his eyes rested on the lady, he folded her in n warm embrace, much to the surprise of the guests at the h tel. Notic ing their surprise he introduced the lady as his sister, not knowing the name she had put on the register. His explanation might have answered the purpose, however, if the woman hada't objected. She swore up and down that SUE WAS HIS WIVE, lawfully wedded by the laws of Indiana, and could prove it by n marriage certificate which she produced. She stated that her object in visiting Osceola waa to get some ioney of Stratton, aad told a terrible story of her wrongs. She said that Strat ton came to ber mot hers home ia Marion, Ind., five years ago, and began boarding there. At that time he peddled aewing machines, and boarded there for two yearn. He was a sleek, oily-toagued indivdaal,aad during hi stay at her mother's Jad CKIMINAL INTIMACY WITH HEX, to such an extent that a child waa the suit of their sin. The laws of Indiana gave him the privilege of either marrying the mother or going to the penitentiary, and he choose the former. They lived together two years and another child was born after their mtrriage. About a year ago he cruelly deserted her, aad she beard nothing more of him until she found out that he waa livii.g in Osceola and doing well, and being herself in stringent circumstances she came on to see if she couldn't raise a little money. She telle a very straight-forward story, aad the Owceolians sympathise with ber aad are loud Ia their denunciations of her runaway husband. Stratton, when be foaad that the SUTER DODGE WOULDN'T DO, acknowledged that she waa his wife, but stated that a divorce existed between them. He also denied having seduced the waaiin, and tried to create the impression that it was a case of blackmailing, but that didn't pan out any better thaa the sister story. The fact that she came all the way from Indi ana to get money from him gives the lie to the divorce story. If the divorce really existed she would have no claims oa him or his pocket book.and it is hardly possible she would have made wucb a fool of herself as to spend borrowed money in a wild goose chase after him. She is represented as being a good-looking woman, aad the Bazoo's advice to Mr. Slratloa is to owa up, take the woman to hia bosom aad by his future acta endeavor to repay ia a measure the deep and lasting disgrace he has brought upon her. Our MMfortuae. The last Booneville Adcorivxr informs us that on "Uncle Jesse Homaa'e premiais, in that city, is one of those curious elevations known as Indian mounds, ao often aeea ia the West and supposed to be the burial places ol the aborigines of the country. Human hones, rude utensils, commoa to the i warns of the Indians, arrow heads aad other implements of ravage warfare have, from time to time beea token from this mound, and a few months ago while digging in the ground near by, Mr. Hoataa found a email hatchet, which, though greatly rusted, waa evidently of good aaetal aad aupenor workmanship, it was sugaeaMd that it might be the famous -little hatchet" with which George Wash iiuTtou cat the cherry tree, bet which be kept until hia maturer yeare and always carried with him oa hia aurveying expedi lions through the forests, till it was stolen from him by aa Iadiaa who, probably wandered Weat, died aad wm buried with the hatchet in this mound. Uncle J thought all this might be true aad iatead ed to present it to the "Big Injun" of the Sedalia Baboo as a pussihlr relic I rum the grave ef aa ancestor, bet it waa stolen bv mom before this lateatioa could be carried oat. Dave Gibsea wm awapeet of the lareeay, bscaaae it wm Umeght he would prim the relic oa account af its his torieal aasaaatioM but m he is related tn Uaele Jems aad is a very clever fellow, the matter wm never lavcatigated, aad the tittle hatchet ia Hear Spriactowa, ia Cass saaaly. last Moaday aftsraona, while two little hays. of Mr. Parratt, afad ahsat eight aad tea yean reeneclivtly, were hasiag ia thair father's gardsa, a aagro hoy same an the hoys lor sosaethiag te eat, after talkiagawkile he asked easel theheya te free a atstol which he had. The bey took'lt aad abet it eat, whsa-the asgve key taraed ta the ether bay and aaked haa te it. this the U- nfsiii tedewben the assjre tafci him ta rwa er be him. ThwhayteJesed aad iajistsd a Dr.Baalti afwbad far the ball bat paa aaeale to ef tract k. 4t last aajraaahi the bay was dojag wall aad an fears are entevlaiaed af hia laser try. The asgtts said he was fi Bat lay aad was ea his ass to BUI S" r rmmsilimtlisiaf tltocssjatty aaaas ef the aaaa sssseta af JJr. JtoUw Baklmara PlMa ia ef the Uaar, They earn malarial isavar, rinUBIfll. rone At m ta all scsjitcm. The heading f that column in the Se- J dalia Sunday Kazoo should lie rhanevd frcm "Fhw Bile-" to fSkunk Bites.-Oi'a eWwa Jk&TQtB&C That's m ! It has been bitten once or twice lately by the Clinton AJneaU. He boards with his father. He is a fash ioa able chap, and knows not the price of fiour, or what sugar arlbt at, but the old man is getting oh I and is about broken Hp, and we wonder what that mm will do when the old man collapses. -Jrjbssw tfty f dinar. We know. We can trll to n T. Get married ami live wilh hia mother in-law. They all doit. It mav be of benrfit to the Sedalia Sun day Bazoo to be informed that one I). M. Bennett, of New York, was fined and im prisoned not Iim g since for urmling obscene alter through the mails. CYisfon .4eV- aiic Don't you say a word about it, frirntl. Do you so - we are going to publish It when our vxpmiire might srnd you to the penitentiary ? Keep quiet. We are afraid the Ohio editors didn't gt much to eat in Denver. The K -una editors pam-d through first. You cm never convince thr averge man that a roll of brown taper won't make a cork for a phial. iMruil Frit Prat. Yes you can. A friend of oura lopal up a bottle of nitre acid with brown paper and pel it in his hip pocket. He now stands up when he wants to sit down, but is fully convinced that browa paper won't ake a bottle stopper. A Jefferson City girl who had a pair of shoes made by a shoemaker in that town found them too small. When asked by n friend why she didn't go and get another pair, she replied, la, me ! I don't want to take up all the leather the man has got !" We don't believe that nature ever made a dishonext fly. They never neglect to reg ister when they strike a hotel or boarding house. We don't object so aiurli to their re$is tering as we do to their committing suicide by drowning in I he cofiW. Kansas IJilV I abiUt to eel drowned - ... .1 out. I he YtMKsol Trslerday mlornml He Lai k.dl'. I.r.lf n. vs i-irlv nn.ler mm. - ter.' If the niler of Egypt w a swimmer, one wimiim naiiirany inmk nruiw wnty nvf. numc oraviaci. . i' - 1 ., - --l. lie oiu. xv ci live u so very iiecp in una J the whole country csme very near ... . A young gentleman and his mamorata a . a .M.... m., 1 Mu.in, -ni..l ' w" " "- houses, not a baadred milealrom Sedalia, in wnicn ine cnoir were praciicins;. ana in lkheuah na iIm nnnnta .LU rf iLm mJ tneorusa OB tan opnoaite anieoi tae road the locusts were buzxiae:; the young lady " ' af -S J WM listening In the locusts ami the gentle man tn the choir and he remarked tn the youag ladv that "they were making a lerri- . ble noise over there. Mie, eupptavtmr be . , - , u . .1 - M"nl e ii-cueaa, saw yen, ami stse nasi bs.e.1 !, huL ik.. w.U t .tl.;a. ka.:e " """ ' J t . .a . legs; logeiuer. Rev. J.S. Kallorh is a ramtnlale for Mayor ol Man rrancisro. 11 is great weak- J . . . AT r 11 . -.1 I t 1 I M I OT AHlllCHO. SBU lOr IHH BT WaW M veatigaled. m Why should a man write down and that accessary last itattoa kaowa aa tae 'aiuther-in-law V Isn't it the man's fault that she is elevated to this position. JvW nana a UtnM. The idea of a womaa becoming "elevated" by becoming a mutheria-law 1 Whv. maa - , . , , . . , . alive, if you haven't a aaether-te-law of your owa, juat go to aossebody else a and they will be pretty apt to tell you they were brought down, aot elevated. The Arkansas editors do raaora. S. Ismit Piydr. not carry Of course not. When they waat A a I shared, they just staad a certain diati aad pop at each other with taeir pnweav. .a - a I T(.ta.t.Vaw. . la- I..:. k.tlfll. ' - . -Trr . V; ,lrge , , , r a ann at I m at 1 1 lairl mm aiwiiiteafa wail I kmBaaaaUB I a a B W . n a a - w f rr ri in the best regulated families. Our alternate at house breaking aad I hurxlarv were made in Sedalia on Moaday algbl. Arwaae. . nave I . , , , . , awi. I An ! hares a cla. we have been wee jr:, a.0 cHMiiiaJ iImsw hurwlaries. aad eering wnocommitiea lanse nnrgiar ana nere a 1001 rniior nas acanowMwai w iaat i be did it. Police will nKiiavi7,H.unnUW. .m, -"- I may he arrested aad put through the mill v. m f :a . 1 iL.a I ,.r - a, jqrinaia I CariOOa Xawtila. J " -j ia our time. We've gdlped seme, Vwa the stories, we mean but ether were tee much. The n-markaLIe don avw I l..e-. i.l .LU f .l. ""'' " Corpus Christi Z-iaVr. It says that surcies of stinaimr acornion is found in the I river faattoma of Weaaera Texas, waaae ... . . metbed ol prepogatinn m net awauntawi w UUr toll books aa natural hhKury. laat- dialdy after the birth ef bar yoeaff, the aale nlaees thsm ia a basket ahsaed re- asalaili aa her bask, where they at Of eearm the mat bar aeea to tlws-uafJiai t-saisisat tm to arana. The yeaea eaasase by I this tiatosunlciaatly Biuriahid to dsmsai they kill their bar. Bhsaldaawaf the from Mm liv- inc it m immedtntoly killed aad by the mathsr. Thaa it that while the mother wiHiagly est ber life to ber ofariaa, yet see aaas tote to kill thimibsuld they bene void ef iaatiact aa to refuse to remaia wheie ib p4nem them after birth. a a ffbilethwh saiag aa.tae aule steads arauad evidently "husdaf the( Jew." The enure arsasadiag illaatralea a remark able aaaaeeiaawre,aed1a wqn.h.y ef aU fsattoa e uliatisw laftaiaf the asrfai. 7-ea) Mbseamywalea far Ittwsaw'iV Fills are aas smlam wiaaas hlssd pBiMsref the day. U&ti WBDDIJrO. ef a Lady wha Tairty-atve Yeura Ago ta Osajfleasaa waa Haa Twsmty five Yeare. . From tbe Kravrtiworth TSaaes. A mrrtea of iritttaj tnanireMatioB mhk-U rcmnletely eclipse Mytlua of of thr kind here. ti.f..n iwirlrtl m-rally orrnrmt hi this ciljr. TN- KUy brolber. Prof, untie, the Urnwrt a others well-known ns-dium hate from Urmt to tune aslowiakeU the woikl with their cotialalJa Oewmawtrsliotta. I Kit nnihiiig er linolucrtl by any of these can cnntMue in woaJrr aiil ItrautTana HwrirlounneK! with Inn HMteriat- iisiioB wha-h har tirrn wilntWeJ ia Iieaven wirthlunBif the nan week. The occasion rv ferieil to was a sraicvLx. rauAta aSair, ami fur thia raaa we bas aot referred tn it MMtner, though we have beea ia possesion ol all the nwua facta since last SatunJajr ; now, how ever, hkw ww matter i krtmg talkeil about by vvrrjUkljr.anil siuev kHV tCiB i Kivinjc to the aaairatnouiMUMlnUM'aMU ludirruu tratures. it rttlireljr pruirr for u.- to Kite- a cnnwl version i4 the tnuwactioa. nonler to correct Hie Btany absurd ranwrs in regard to it, at well a to put on recurd this latest aadgrembr.! aehieti-meat in tbe liue of artaiT wtsbiiiztiox. It l writ kuomi tlw poMk- tliat Colonel Miton.of thisVily. i- a piritimliit : simI in (hi aa ia ef-rjltiuj; rl-. be i-. iIhuoiikIi he ilut-K no lialf-wajr I4iib-!K. Ilr aril kuoB. am il to ine aeopu? of Kait!, Uit tu lh- im-oiI- of tlie ciHiBtry Kmrrallr. TIm- iiiiiiH-ut trt Im ba at-led m AMieraaa hImm-- Ijiuk bow. a fur many year pant, a memlar if the Nntioiinl iK-mirntoc coniwuir na maie hi- unr faioiliar to the people of the country. For )ear iml he at hit wife havr lieeu Snu aud Cuiia- lent llier ia the spiritusliaue philosophy Tliey liae mad frnineal vkiIa to ttw regime of Prof. Molt, the mtertaiutt iaeliuui. at Memphis. Mo., and while there Col. E.U.n b rev'eived BTOobi ot the reality of TMsrcTi-aa u. whs-h.if true aad be bat no reason to doiiht IIh-io oueht toeoavinse an; ratioBal uvib that iIio-m- who have Mbnated oS tbii mortal coif do not only UU lite, but have the power of ap pearing to and conversing wilh their friend! in the8eh. He haa had satisfactory interview with Kov. Wilson Shannon. Col. tack and many others name which, in the putt, were familiar to the people of Kansas, but which now "Have been carved fur many a year, On the temb." Having been intimately at-u,uaiBted aad aociatrd with these gentlemen, politically and suriaUy, during life, be nalnraHy feels implicitly conadent of his ability to recogniae their kh-ntity, and the proof being I'uch a the judgment cannot resist, it uiut be admitted by betn-r and unbeliev ers alike., that hia belief in lite reality of the demonstrations he has witnesse.1 is, tu say the lcat. not at all surprising. Uunng one or the visits referred to Mr. and Mrs. Eaton saw an.1 conversed with their daarhter Katie, who died at Um- age of throe weeks, and who has now been TS1BTV (tans IS THK art SIT LAXB. At many ubseinent meetings they saw her. and conversed freely with Iter, and she was also I seen by many other visitors, some from the city. I whose names might be given to substantiate the I report u aay auuinonal evidence were necessary. t Km v.ktaMiv t.lir i ii f i I lMr barut rKmff ihw imnai: nar ui ineir mierviews auuve irierieu 10, onne lady infonsssl Her parents that I tiad lomr been enaaiiedto be married to Benw min Pimw. k ann nf tlu. late Krknklm Kmiw. I ma.i .i .ii r raiir. i.u-re.l th .ijrit lif-. whits his father was President of the United I Stales, aad had heen inlhe-spirit land about twenty-five year. She communicated to heripreuy. Mtrrats allthe detail of the aflatr. IrlliniMhetfl I Keiee tints are miiversallv worn for walkuur ",7" ixJ7& i wtsfdisg supper and party al the resilience ol i iwriii, iws aiw wurmcu utrm wu I maniMuiiT. . 11 1 .v. 4j.k.i. A r... 1 .i... ir 11 1 HUHiu UK- k UT ijn II UI anu. aanu ana. II. na laBai-a J, Tv. lbt auiars iisrwi ma inr wnwina aui-iari m inrit uwn arrived. all the necessary arraagemenu bad Betisas-, JKtroiWKij, tviofi IIM- puvwru um I been nenected. Acarsnet. lor ine arcoronioiia- lioo irf the mediuiM. was nreMred. Prof. Molt ami his wile came over from Memphis. Itr. 1 - - - - Cu. IMtr uatan.it. thing was wade ready lor the mterestiiuf easion. On the eveamg above named there a- mblrdat the residence orCol. Eaton a select company, consisting of the distinguished - - . Ia.1 a tl iaBaUaaalaaala. Tiaill. I I of the tamUy, Col. U. l. Macfcay, late president he Alliance lufr Insurance Qwnpaay. aad pos-j i sioiyuneor iwuoiwrs. i ne veooiiHC mn was prepared, and ihe guests were on hand at the I atth.iintu.1 kraaw- TakaB. nuitfl www, m eisarflHallvr i nvpwnww sjwhi na-& - n--- I itarkened and Pror. Molt Ux k his place in the 1 cahtuet . Owim; to the-unusnsl force minifed to UnaterinJiae two forms at the same nme. It I Iswlev also took a seat ia Ihe cahinent a .ilk ine fcmfcor. TW tahle waa .bread, "the I - T . . i guests were seateu. places were reserveu lor I -Sat HIM Mb CUaaV. I i.utcs were laid for them and an elerantbouquet V?" r"LH K,mT' "Tr""" " 11 .T.w . T" All was bow ready for the appearance of those in I a . a a tl . a I WMIwfrOtHaT IRu? CftwSMelY HM s-lullltf 11. aim I m.m. m - v . . a r a ineauasts waiteu ibe appearance oi ine onaei anr. Bnt they bad not lonar waited. The an M Mincemeat was soon made fnwn the cabinet that tha snirifs were ready. The xnests. one I fhUand'aeruS wer" gZXfclZ appeariM prnm aiisriarriirei m vrrj Htr i liki. rm-iviBg arc" ptrjmiiHy mmm riiierag ifmiiv lammufenai fM auu uttm. anrr uhibi. i w---V - ' I onenveoaat says. aara sriatrs waiasaerr or raaraaiaaar. I vrow the room, and took Ibe ptaeea prepared IfaL iLt.lJ. 'fk. ka4.l. aif.aa. .n alaaaa.1 IWIIIinP aiUaFMiar M laap V, Macr a..-, aj aaaaa a aaaa.. I e-ivy aatm dress, white aa tha light, with the convenuoani nowmg wmrraure Ten nau vraage Mossems. The groom wore the regulation Mack nroadcieta aa i wain vest wun inn. mown roses in the httttaa-hole of Ihe eaat Inongh roses in this vicinity an dsae. blooming. TWs would seem to arave that in the Summer Land the roaeabloom perpetually. A Key receiving tbk coneaaivuTwas sr'Taaia raiaass. BWI nmiVMl IBw ttwr pwaswii- v aanr rm s smm. B - ftS? Ika a a T an I eaphvmine; how and where tu the snHrt world aika. ...U T wm1 hndv aad I wy wa n.vw.v "- earthly hakilimnats. vtiwea tasy Haa eonnea mrt the oaon. ana Befao lasss to ineir noww m the spirit world, or. neieneace. to weir catsstia! u . a.a. s mm O.VSraai of thi eitraonlioary wedding is z,- tann mum - wwaawptsk laasat varaa kav I l'" - V.TT- rV"ri ..... I been ableioorsaia is itwiu. io ii. vw -1 Prof, Hrtll at ihe I MianaiiaanniM ana rroi. awMi a I depot Monday eveaiag as he waa leaving lael "r. and na .i, nma he the reader aWabeo- Mutely correct, wre i conswerame nam nei- - T - . - a.aa tu MaWnjIW anniBHlM- n inr nij gmev r b .jitm mm iv.td m u oresent on an or- casioa of so much interest, but a we have said tke bole sUair was iaieaded to be strict iv nnvaie, aaw we wbh mm ei M hwhj BS-kKl ib reward la Ibe occurrence. wna:n lm. corrected by n ptain suiement of the laci-and such we have herein endeavored to Traia taa Boya far There one eleasent iathehome instracuens I ' a . a. I-B- . l.a I. afeLaaliaai laaBaa given, and inat m ins cultivation ai mau ot i carnal im imm MHinttM af kahits at I L,, - ,,,tm. order, aad responsibility. la tee many ho asses! J beys trom twelve to aeveateea arw to much adaamisiefea to i.y wviwg mothers. er etnsrfStaaie memners oi nwni.y B.niiM. Aulas thaasvearsaae halcven days Lnmii mistier s Up ia the nveraing jut in season for bwakfast, : nothing to do but start ear!y eaeagh not to be late; looking upon wrwi aa 'tekinw so much time aad memory ..Mmm:iu.iimmiU ol nersoaai ( .Mtearaaseeaeaaa when wmimhul hy his mother te "apraee np n nine, nm i wars vrnere metwer pw i-w -wi .1.: ..IW.t L. MBu.ir ' I . Tans hia Ms goes on unt avaaa. emM. Tneal he is rssatT far haaisrss. Be ass lau aa easew l where everything is system, order, praciiisa-1 n 1-; ZTZTl' 1 Hissswaaeiys apartef of a aieely-iTtated j rTTr.TTSrS. ..i f, where every tlis asanas. a aystsmatie groevea, ana enen one m sespenatnie 10 r atir- rectaaes in his draaiWnent, and where, la ofwiaimra to hie eomfert. he lad task tors-mere or lews lenient, to-be-awra aad every Ihlag ia matasd rnaltast tn hia pes views Ufc. Ia maay iniUami tha ehaaaaia too great. Errors kweame amnirniis, bum errs, everloobsd atlrt,gat lake a aaattor ef serieaa is avertosbsd. aad the hay ta hisaervieenafe aa lender wanlsa. This in his it ant blew, aad anWisa from it. Thsweimii the sarpriss ef the paienOs who toe oftoa never knew Ibe real cause, nor where they have faded 'in the traaiag of their chfklfsn. What is wanted s tor every bey to Imvw sonvs. MnagiliswU fde,ff have as am datyata det aito hear.aM talaaca to vraMibft time to WUeieatobWiiwiwaisto basiasaa. tmdha rdh 1 ef eaeasy. aBMyem AaBml aaaBBmaW aaBBBma amT BammanV aammmwaVaV aWaaawajtjT awaWat aSBmmmmmmjmmm WNnmawa awj emmayw awayaymnfa will beea driaahl at the Fair .. g.. IJSDKA. aawwwa av Jaam a. class. From the Home JsnrnaTT" hnena. the hour draws nish, ' The hour we've awaited mi long. For the angel to open a dour thro the sky. That my spirit amy break tbruagh its prison and try Ita voice m aa iaanite song. Just aaw. as the Mum hers of night Came o'er me with peace ftving breath. The curtain haM liftd mealed to mi -i-'ht Those window a which look- on the kiiiKdoin of "Km Tliat borders the rifer of death. Aim! a vision fell solemn and sweet. RriBgsng gleams of a morniBg-lit laixl : I saw the white shores whs h the pale walert beat, Aud I heard the low lull as they broke at their leet. Who walked on the beautiful strand. And I wendensi why spirits should cling To thrir clay with a slniiofl- and -ijjh, WIwb life's iwrple auluiun is In-tter Ukiii spring, Aud lite soul Sies awuy like a Frr to U!, la a climate a here I aes uevrr lif. Leonn.onie close to my tml. And lay vour dear hnnd on in v brow : The same touch tliat Uesd ine lu d:ivs that are Se.. Ami nismt tlielost roses of youth fnun the dead. -ui unxnicn ine nnei moiueuis now. We have loved from the cold world awirt. Aim! your trust was too generous and true For their hale to oVrthruw ; wlieu the I.iiik-rer' dart Was rankling leep in my desolate heart, I was dearer than ever to juiu 1 Ihsnked thefSreat Father fur this. That our love is nut lavished in vain ; Kaeh item ill the future, will hlo.oiti lo Mi. Alid the lornisltut we love, and the lips Mint we KISS, Never shrink at the shadow of pain. By the light of this faith I am taught fliat my lalsir isotilv tieittiii. In Ihe strength of this hope have I struled and lollglil. With lie- legions ot wrong, till my armor lias caught The gleam of eternity's sun. Leon, look forth, and lhold. From head land, from hill tb ami ,in- Tle ilay -king surremlers his latiMier of gold. ine iwiiigui ativaniv thro' wotstUuil uul sol. I, And Ihe dews are beginning to wep. The moon's silver hair lies uncurled, Down the broad-breasted mountain away. Ere sunset's redxIonesaiMiii shall l- hurlnl (hi the walls of the West, o'er the plain ol the I shall rise in a limitless day. 1 go. Iiot weep not o'er my tomb. Nor oUst with frail Sowers the sod : Then- is rest ainoiii rosea too sweet for its gloom And life where IllieseferuaUy bloom. . in ine uum-ireatiiing garden. of t.od. Yet deeply these memories tairn. Which bind me 10 you ami to earth. And 1 sometimes have thought tint my being would yearn la the bowers of this beautiful hometn return. ..... - ... -. . . ... aim vwiiiuenuHieoi us (fir ill. Twould be pieassnt to stay. And walk by vour side tu the last : But the laud breexe ol heaven is teiiiunine to llay I.ifw' shallows are meetintr eternity's day. And its tumu!t is hushed in the li?t. Leona, good-bye; should the grief Too dwk bir vour for'rel.ef 1 Xnd miuwX 1 ,TT"IT-TI tL "t,,M f. inat i gatneritig now, ever he FASHIONS OP THE SEASON. The present neasoa's fashions are splendid for using U odd and ends, and for making over parts of costumes into new aud nobby aSairs. Contrasts are worn in light-weight good, and .roneha-acameivhair. debege or grenadine, thai is worn or faded in spots.it is an eay mat - costumes. Who of us has not laid by ihe rem - 1 remooei. laaeiae aress, np u bwu wasn in a lu .o-.u.i. mUJ. nn.,. i. i r - r e.1.. . 1. 1.. . 1 I.lir M- 1 1 HI IB H aaiiiaii. aa aariHi ai,al.ai I at iniri rinse in cohl water, wilh a litUe bora. Do - s I W Aier Cea.ftwS nftflUC. IAe ReUM lO Uir, ftave the irons ready, ami so ftst as dry. iron. The should Lemade ol the nekin silk. Mack aad .Imu.mi aTL. kbt aaul tkaa faaia la. ar. raa white, or any color one may fancy, or there may be a part of a vilk cosIhbm en baad that will combine with it prettily. If one is toll, it is best to put two or three narrow plentings of the self I soi I"! b each, but if short, and the skirt ia walking-length, mitriaunsd ia conskterad more tyhsh. " Across the hact widths a deep box pleating of the beige is a pretty Snish aad taw upper part aaouM nui hi a Brand an-point, wnicn in turn is trimmed wita the silk, eitaer a nroad btas or a kilting across the edge. The drapery must be tastily arraaged, and much of that aVpeads upon the height aad geaeral style of wearer. A lady with large waist sad btoad hips sot wear drapery so high or full as oae of tiny waist aad snwvM dimensions generally. The hasue depends upea Ihe amount ot mate rial. It can la? n half-tight jacket, closing in the rvtr overaailk veal, or it mav he nosliUion basows.with inserted vest, ami the sides gnished wita woe rvvers, mm av crcr-iNia.uj m mm dks .... ail S Bk. - ' - - - ' - jsiw lha a-vl - - - The best part of n grenadine may be utilised in nriniia auai f rlasaamiiuii thm hattAaa flf ailbi Milk three or Svw piaked ruCSes. The rnnfcs should be pinked on both edges, and set oa to form their owa beading, with a third the width of the I ruaVn, as a space between: The rnnVs may be carried n little Mather ia the eealtw of n-out . or I mav ha circled almost halt-wav to Ihe waist-line. I - I aad the centre below SHed ia with shorter raaV. If the dress isofantiu. Ihe rues should I be Side-pleated. I . ...... ... I Tnegrennuiae ia niteu aau sewa in witn tneiru.? j as;,-:,; : y n-Mna MsMal. l the hack it can be draued bv . . . . . . . ' ' wwiMniwa swwaww isnvaanK an na-mvawsnia sa wiwom uiv V dress, or it can be caught in poufr. and the bet. . . I lomiormmen soasra iruasamg upon ine rumes . . . , i of the tram. The front closes the usual depth. and then the two sides are draped high sad caaaht hack aver the hips aad nader the back drapery. Tae lower edge ol the side fronts can he trimmed with fringe, or with pleating of lace. with leaps aad ends ef ribbea, falling lower thaa the lace between Unv pleats. We notice uaay walkiag -coal nates of wash atrial mm m ml I lva.aa lawalt auv aaaaxi atfiaalnH.li. senamiv, inav we tpuie uympauie wun ine next ntrson we meet silk. we antic a btas-aad-white stripe, assd Hh short skirt, a de, killed aWe forg the lower part. A rounded sproa, of the lengthwise (the wsnrer was uuKe taH, so that the stripes run- stag around gave a pretty eneet. had she beea short, the caret would have been quite the i-1 V The tee aud bottom were edaed with nsmhiirg envnntdery. set oa puun. sad was laid kh. m pleats at the aides, so that it was very I below the hips. The -frost was a jacket I wad.ttnK leaf, and edged whh hambarg; the I jacks sides were carried ta tae back, under the I arm seams, and trimmed up at the back to the I waist-li Ime. The centre of the beck was in W ,"2?ll?fi-toTS TiT"? batow eaed into two svalis, which were knotted owi j nvui .uti -.t. ,,r ih ,DrflB wt. The ends of the sashes were trimmed ncross wivniwn rows or nsmnnrg, antwi miws naarver ereau. aau mi wiima a I r. - 1 .1 ak- al .: nm m v m e we "v 1 Ladies of exu.utila taste are weariag vests of iwe white naen ; naay are delicately embroider-1 ed wish aWn Seas, other m eearaer yauera -T v' .. .. , I d,, mf TTT"z mTT. . There wer fee ta.raihe4with ""Hs; ftoy were with imsll atari dice, aad were ever so preuy. I a preuy ay ier u country i. ror hat-vearta 1 ta taw, wry mnierim. ine same eoter as 1 meeostams worn. Mottled hoea is worn by big ami Hole. At aa eveauwt party, a abort Unse sinee. Msck aad emauanm muvaaaada.BBuaaBdtoB I bnbWb wrgBwVV BwwamnvaBSUwi 1 sdte aneh an extent that 'aTStlwith um Tiny wantiag satis er taedsy. Tasy amy be iwadeef the same malenal of the dress, of henjaline, net ted eerd. or ef siatcevepd with Jet aad edged 'wib' Wfnuje. ' Fancy hosiery j ftjj hih in price, from the fact that be dsssaad )s sa great for it. Every hady wears R, af4Bfaa white ey aahlmphsd fa Ibe except. m r'tL. m a a - s e kaiMiag have takea up katt- JlZrJ!w7' " " snr uw parpae. '-Fee In aa ! na- iLtM atlfBUGOLS. A Lifa aad Tour Saved. From the Paris (Mb.) Mercury. Jiasssie Gleaa Crutcher, a gramlson of Mr. Taos: Crutcher of this place, killed a Chkaaasaa ou his father's raacae at Piute Meadows, ia Hum bolt county, Nevada, un Wednesday the 11th iustaaU His tether, E. W. Crutcher, is a large stock raiser aud owes several ranches ia that pert of Nevada. At the time of the killiug he was away trout the hosse rauche looking after matters cu another ranche. The Chinaman had been eanployed as conk for the family, aud Mrs. Crutcher, Jiumie, Annie anil a four-year-old son, were at home. They had noticed for some time that the Chinaman acted strangely. He usually rang the morning bell at half past 5, aad the family would take breakfast at 6. Wednesday ssorniiig, the 11th, no bell was rung, and Mr. Crutcher, thinking that the Chinaman had overslept himself, arose and called the ckihlrea at about 6 o'clock. The Chinaman could uot be found. Jifumie begau making a fire in Ihe kitchen stove, and hail a poker in his hand raking away the ashes, when he heard bis mother "cream. He ran into the room where be had heard her, and to his horror he found the Chinaman. itb a Henrv rifle in his hand, choking his mother who had faint hi I from fright. As soon as he saw Jimmie coming he let go Mr. Crutcher and turned upon him. Kight there he awoke the wrong passenger. j Jimmie still had that poker in his hand, ami dealt the China man a mow with it that downed him and stunned him for a time. Following up, Jimmie tsjuiiced upon him aad tried to hold dm down, calling to Annie to get a rope to tie his legs. She and her mother, who had partially recovered, tried to tie his legs, but be kicked so violently that they could aot succeed. A long ami desperate struggle ensued between Jimmie and the Chinaman, with odds in favor of the Chinaman, who was much the stronger of the two. Both parties had gone in to kill, the Chinaman to kill the entire tamily, ami Jimmie to save them by killing him if necessary. As the nearest ranche was eighteen miles away ami his skier Annie only eleven years of age ami his fainting mother could not render him any effective assistance in binding the Chinaman aud finding that the Chinaman was using him up badly, he called for his awotber to bring him a knife or some thing. She brouuht a knife and I Jinjajte seizing it plunged it into the 1 -it- t.. . .i.JL. : i- oniaaswas iiiiuai, his I aaaavsmlamas aak sat I fwrvaaa say nan la a laljl Ia V . 7 death. Mr. Crtttcher WAS SentNlor 1 ami took Jimmie to the country twWn, I j; , . . , , . . . I untasi, nwec aim wiajauv uriawjii. rr ,.U:: ... .L- ..c ,. 1 ns nnvsaMan savn macsiinas) or in a - w m w wounds OJf his .rS Were matle with . i aniivi iaaaswsai aa a at cv aawsv a awwa an m rv I In tLA.smtttk aMmmmlm Aiil bn.aar that the Chinaman had a knife. The It is loss of Oae aTM W UOt Uallkely. severely bitten aad the physician fears the bites are POKKHKHM. He tve UiU Hn to tU- aHthoritiea. mt the . , , . . . , , , aldn'j a ff tMiAtt f in 1 s la ana 1 lit VtvAftasiilu the case and the justice discharged aim, heing satisfied that the killing a no .SB ana (he in Self-defence and in de- I f-- th life nf h'v nntker anil i i II . aj cwamu mwwm T.a, . Mrs. Crutcher is verv certain that s it was the intention of the Chinaman to murder the whole family from certain mcts, afterward developed. which we cannot aaw enumerate. He mast have been crazv. Am BfMtfwU Career. From the Galveston Mews. The towa of Graham, in Young County. Tex., is aassed after a mau .in.. w I MBa. Bk m W wst. - m.eaaaaw.n w. ww aarwva aovanzm aw iwihi w vnax a as yean, is still so in both physical and ital vieer, aad whose aaaje ami I miWBentT WWIV WWII mW fverinnwiteu 111 tae tXaUtUUt regJOW WBtCh BaS been I selected tOT the OWB site. Dr. Christo- lfr GrahaB won lam nrar Dawville rtwrlw. 1ft 17M7 mmA . a a- - a . OeSCCBaeu imas JlMi pureaiS. dsoceaded from Irish na rents. He aa V a ( wwauvnmba AVf eww ewawaa) wa I aaw a a . gTUW HB WltB BUt UaiHCd tlueation IB that Bew eouatrv. He served ia the 110.ll H. .UmmiU tl.o w mfmm aw vvcaavu twu - -rr- " r" ' nawaral times before the (MVS of steam baa, He WSB B BvoMeat baatcr and aa a - a a - a iczomiea Hi aiBMHie SBeTU BBa UlSniY . . . . . courage, as a ssarksman aad hunter ha had bat few equals m the early days of the present century ia Ken tucky, thea m ssows for riflemen and haa ter. After serviag through the war with Kaglaad he returned to Keatucky, but not to reataiu long in tlw prospects of peace. Ib the year 1817, when the expedition of lien. Miwa was aveBariac to invade Mexico tlKiiagh Texas, ia order to overthrow ulL-iah vowhu TW rirakawi L.ft npuama "r avt. uraaami leit venwcy sua laeaitnwann laawus Texas Batriet aad hem, Col. Milam, Kshb rmailrrs Wm. IMrlar. aJbarlea UitmkmMmm aikmim mm laSmA lh e a; cj . - r - T" w siuvwver, aawm imimmv usmaueaeii WltB tBU BMIBBCT IB WBlCB the WBTWas rnadurffU aad returaed. thus escan- iajsr the tragic fate of Some of those who aeeompaaied Mat. He returne.1 u evewiwcay stvmieu aieuiciae ami, lit is said, waa thefirst M. D. trrad- Bated at TraasvlvaUBl Univem'tv. He -.1. a. l. n a .; j .l - waa owisirs r. Aewa w IN VllJ m - , , . . . . amr mtmt, tu rwre B COBarBsaUOa Off BM COiOBIXatlOB COn- tract. Goiaf back to Kentucky, he WBamsaeei the psaetiee at BMsUcwe, aaa batlt aa tae aaw aMoaa water , iBgpieos, aanoaawarf Bpnmg ZySi7UmM 'ml962 to tha a ww r Uatfed avtatea for it military asylum, reeejviasT the ssjai of 9100,000 for the , Asmaai ka mlnmnfi tn Towaa aaaiad Col. Uray la his for a liae of rmiroad Ioa the thirty Stcnnd parallel. The Daetor, however, left tha surveying preeeeded matlaa, aad frsaa theace ta San yactsfo j aaa, aufaiag mauy perilaaad iMhrshiaa bath by lead aad wales. Thamca maraiac ta Ken- tuekyke ipaagprfviff a system of im proviaiiBta aa a iraa) aaaJa ea Kock- Oatfa Vwr. Hhoaah "aaw ip the J-.iff, U ia atiB ia IwM Baassasiea of hia fanakiw 1 pas. wnwaswaMMv voatMfi aaranWJBB af a practfaal aaa smsatil ; lo the fUoau viUa pram, tHaiatina af his lalallt 1 .V.