Boone's Death. Miss Cecille Turner, of this city, aged 14 years, who has gained quite a reputation as an artist, has just drawn the picture of Daniel Boone, his log cabin home in Warren county, and the nou?e in which he died. The stone house in which he died is said to have been the first stone dwelling house erected in Missouri. Respecting a question to how and where Eoone died, we are told that he had a serious attack or fever In the summer of 1820, just about eighty-eight years ago, at the home or Flanders Calloway. He recovered sufficiently to make a visit to the house of his son, Natnaiien tsoone, un xcm... Osage creek. The children heard or hlo .tnlraDca nnrl WIrP deslrOUS Of SCS- ing the old' man again. It is said that he recuperated somewhat and spent a few happy days in the society of his children and relatives. One day a nn dish of sweet potatoes, a dish of which lie was very fond, was prepared for him. He ate heartily and soon after had an attack, from which he never recovered. After three days' illness he exntred on September 26, 1S20, being S6 years of age.