e county, Mo., near the Salt river railroad bridge, on Sunday last, as Ms. James M. Lasley and his family were returning from church, together with a party of young hough finding the grounds guarded they advanced towards than resilience, when Mr. Lasley was ordered to get down and go to Palmy He replied, that they must permit hion of aged parents, in front of the Federal lines.
The young ladies and Mrs. Lasley, with her two children, yet renamed on the ground.
Having separated these to them.
The dreadful truth that they wore to be shot at once flashed across Mrs. Lasley's mind, and she darted to join her husband and share his fate, but was caught and held by one of the young ladies present just as Mr. Lasley and young Price fell, having been shot dead.
Young Ridgeway rushed into the woods, which were near bds for he was pursued and instantly killed.
It is proper further to say that Mr. Lasley had taken the oath of allegiance and was under a heavy bond; that young Ridge