Anderson Gray, charged with murder in the first degree for being accessory in the murder of E.T. Patten near Conway Springs, had a hearing last week before Justice of the Peace W.E. Cox, at Wellington, and was bound over without bail to await the action of the District court.  McDonald confessed that he killed Patten, and stated that Gray had cleaned a gun, placed it in his hands, and advised him to kill Patten.  The People’s Voice, Wellington, Kansas.  June 23, 1894.  Page 5.  © Transcribed by Darren McMannis for the Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies, Inc.