Clipped From The New York Times
BE1K8 TO A FORTVXE. Louisville. Ky., SepL 17. A few daj-s daj-s daj-s ago a lotter wm received at tbe New-Albany New-Albany New-Albany tost Office directed to " Heuor Meredith Feather-ingilL" Feather-ingilL" Feather-ingilL" It bore tbe postmark of Madrid, Spain, and was written in the Spanish language. Mr. Featheringill, to whom tbe letter was directed, bM been dead for some year, but he left three children. One of them Is the wife of Mr. Harry Cbamliers, aud the letter wa sent to her. It was from tbe Kmsh tlovernment. and told of the death in Africa of Gen. John Featheringill, of tbe Spanish Army. He leaves an estate In that country estimated to be worth, fl.uuu.-000, fl.uuu.-000, fl.uuu.-000, with co direct heir. Those in this country are notified to present their claims, and tne property will be divided. The late Geo. Featheringill was born in slectuckr. but in early age he ran away from home aod went to Cuba-He Cuba-He Cuba-He afterward went to r-pain r-pain r-pain and Joined tbe Spanish Army as a private. Step by step he advanced until he became a General, and when be met bl death he wm on an important mission mission for bis adopted Government. The full particulars particulars of hi death are not known, but from the meagre details it was inferred that his camp wm attacked by natives and the commander wm killed before they could be beaten off.