te pll-rrtmsze first runs Into Chattanooga were worth re membering." "Speaking of tbe Second Kentucky," said the Old Timer. "Colonel J. V. Guthrie was tbe organizer and Colonel of the First Ken ucky regiment. His namesake and nephew was Major James V. Gutbrle, who died1 a few days ago at Cincinnati. Nearly all old Chl- cagoans remember tbe Guthrie twins'. James V came to Chicago from Cincinnati in 1858 with his uncle, William M. Doughty, and his twin brother. Presley Nevlll. Both brothers were members ' of the United 8tates Zouave cadets, commanded by Colonel Ells worth. On the breaking out of the war of tbo rebellion both enlisted la the Chicago sou aves, which later became the Nineteenth Illinois Volunteers, and served throughout the wsr. James west to Cincinnati and Pres ley to Pittsburg. ' Both became bankers- Presley was Adjutant General of Pennsylva nia and died at Pittsburg in 1900. He was named for his ancle, a Mexican war reteran. and for whom Ihe famous company. Guthrie Grays of Cincinnati, was named. -The epau lets wora by Major Guthrie during the Mexi can war were presented to Colonel Ellsworth by the Grays when tbe zouaves visited Cincinnati In August, 1860. Tbe Guthrie Grays became tbe Sixth Ohio. " V; "Colonel Freeman Conner, who .died; ibis week, came to Chicago about tbe time the Guthrie twins did. He was the tallest member of the United States Zouave cadets, com manded by Colonel Ellsworth, and made tbe Eastern trip with that company In July and this has display though eye" At' of interesting Dwlght Joseph Edward Fessen-den the. soprano, contralto, on Austin Jessie play Mrs. will regent Mrs. Mrs. Tor-bet, Sparks, Frederick - The --Mills Julia Eunice Ethel Edith Alice Grace-Hills.