NYT 1902 May 31 Evans Bradby

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NYT 1902 May 31 Evans Bradby - MADISON Oreer, at 11 Key. . OF Millar, C - A,...
MADISON Oreer, at 11 Key. . OF Millar, C - A, Sunday OF BC. Dr. only at ANQ-I ANQ-I ANQ-I Pastor. - 71ST ST, M. NEAR 8. Sons; and Av. aad 8. ST.-ev. ST.-ev. ' . 104th Are-nuea, Are-nuea, Callfornla Modern MacMul-. MacMul-. tollawed.by f th. a Great social NEAR MacMurray, PASTOR-, PASTOR-, t . .7:43, Laws of orchestra. to-nignt. to-nignt. John B. J; BURIAL OF AN INDIAN. , . . ... Evans Bradby. last of the Un in direct descent fnom the mlg-hty mlg-hty mlg-hty Kins; of the Seneca Seneca Indiana. Powhatan, received Christian burl! yesterday. Several ot his race witnessed witnessed the burial service of the Baptist Church, to which he had been converted and of . which he vtas a devout menber. The service was In the rooms of the Stephen. Merrltt 'Burial and Cremation Company yesterday afternoon,' and was performed by Alia- Alia- Tahament, medicine man of the Seneca tribe, ' J"?- J"?- before the bawrinnlng- bawrinnlng- of the service the Indiana filed In. and aa they passed th Ii1 .thF said, one after, the other: Friend and fellow." With the Indians was Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Converse, the only woman ever admitted to the Seneca a. The Indians rangrcd themselves In a semicircle semicircle near the body. Albert Pasre. John, and Ernest Bradby, cousina of the dead brave, wept bitterly, but the other Indians betrayed no signs of their sorrow. Annie Thornlaw, the girl for love of whom the dead chief lost his mind, was at the far end of the .circle, .- .- . . ... ... The service was opened with prayer and quotations from the Scriptures, Then those present sane; the dead man's favorite hymn, - Nearer, my Ood, to Thee." r Dark Cloud spoke in euloiry' of the dead. His voice trembled with emotion as he told of the Indiana' conception of the " Great SplriL" " I am not boasting;." he said, " but It is true that there la no profane word In any Indian language. We marvel at His works, and wonder that the pale face dare, to speak lightly of the Ruler of the lightning, the flood, the sun. moon and stars, and that In anger he dares to use the name of the One who In His anger can destroy all." Bradby died on Tuesday in the Pavilion for Insane at Bellevue Hospital. He was taken there from the Pall River steamboat Prlscilla, on which be was an assistant steward. 'Some time ago he fell In love with Annie Thornlaw, the daughter of the engineer on the boat, and when he learned that he could receive no hope of marriage, aa her . parents objected to his color, be brooded until be became Insane. He was born and brought up In Virginia. ; LEGAL NOTES. Tbadesmax'b KNOwLCDoa of Separation

Clipped from The New York Times31 May 1902, SatPage 11

The New York Times (New York, New York)31 May 1902, SatPage 11
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