Wild Bill Hickock, 1870
. to Wild Bill. Mr. J. B. Hickok, the celebrated scout for the Union armv, was in town this week, visiting his old friend and comrade, J. W. McUellan. Under the cognomen of Wild Bill, he is probably more famous than any other scout of modern times. An account of him was published in Harper's Magazine in 186S, which attracted at the time much attention. Wild Bill is a man of great physical power and an unerring marksman. He never comes ont 6f a fight second-best Ho was at one time surprised by ten guerrillas in a cabin, where he fought and killed them! all, 1 inn nr Tiimtalf nrttr well pivmno1 Although he has been in scores of dAsmorat flfo TO r in on of th most peaceable and kindly disposed of men, always avoiding quarrels if possible. Warrensburg Standard.