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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 16, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana Re ii times of Long ago. By kurir to Pickhardt. I sometimes hear some Leoj ios Nav dese times Doy All Vas Wrout. Dem i owl und kick Iii id Ricl old All Day Dot Vas Ler Only song. For some Der Shtram cars gone too Wick for Bome dem gone too show some Vish Der Vas no cars at All like in Der Long ago. Some kick aloud Dot Telegraph und dose electric Light und Den Dot elevated Road keeps dem awake at night. Dem Lolka Vas Down on bustles too und dings Vot make some show und say Der ladies ought to Dreas Ludko in Der Long ago. To find much fault dem be plea try mid All our country s Laws but of Yoti ask Der reason by dem simply say dem vant the Laws Laid on Der shelf und ruler sent Pelow Der government should run itself like in Der Long ago. Veil Naa Ype Dot dem folks Vas right. Vat Dink Der world so mean of Only Doy would ship some night How pleasant Dot Vas Peen for All dem odder habby folks Vot like not dings so slow und Dink dese tiniest improvement pm on dings of Long fair rescuer. By and h. Gibson. The Lone Jira Irie inn was situated in a vill sequestered Valley hemmed in on three sides by lofty Semi wooded Hills and by a heavy Forest on the West such As now and then break the Monotony of the Prairie of the far West. The building was time worn and Dingy and had More the Iii Tearance of a forbidding Hovel than a place for entertaining persons who happened to pass through that lonesome Region. So Ross Davis thought As he halted one evening before this inn and asked to obtain food for himself and weary horse and a night s lodging. Davis was a handsome blonde complexioned Young Man with a Well knit figure become ugly attired in Hunters costume. He belonged to a party of Eastern Hunters t Roni whom he had become separated that Day Wilile tit Hunting. He had Ridden until lie was nearly worn ont and shouted Sintil lie a Paine Lio arse Quot Villot Success and had just made his mind to s2ien l the in jilt on the i fairies. To boy i Wilshin when Bis jaded Ani nud entered a Lovely Valley where the above described inn met his gaze. In to Ross Davis Call the inn door swung Ltd in and a tall Hatchet faced. Park skinned half blood woman a Ati Eity attire l appeared. Her ferret eyes scanned tie Young Lunter closely and in re july to his re Piest for accommodations she bade him in a Gruff Quot voice alight. Then elevating the harsh voice she called Quot Lelia you uns wanted hear Quot a Beautiful Young girl of 10, with dark Hazel eyes ind hair quickly answered the summons. She avas dressed in seme coarse dark material while her feet were encased in some old slip shod shoes at least two sizes too Large. Her glorious nut Bro in hair Clung in Graceful ringlets to her Little head her face was Pale and its expression seemed t6 be one of habitual sadness As if All Joy halt a been crushed out of her Young life the pallid Ness other complexion was however j partially relieved by a Jirair of Lustrous starry eyes. Despite her unbecoming apparel. Koss Davis acknowledged to himself that he had never seen a lovelier being than this Little Izelia of the Lone inn. The half blot d woman ordered the girl to Lead the Man s horse to the Bam Quot a Avret Ched Ai ology made of in Les and clumsily covered with banish and tall Prairie grass. Loss followed his unprepossessing hostess into a scantily furnished room where he Sank wearily into a Large bark bottomed chair As she shuffled leisurely into the next room to prepare his supper. Looking through the one Dingy window which the a Arment boasted Ross saw without rising that the girl had cared for his horse and had started for the House. He could see her Classi and unc Lasp her hands As if some great trouble was preying upon her mind. Her c conduct was Sti Ange and wild. The Yoang Hunter forgot his weariness in watching her and wondering who she could be. Quot one thing certain 1 am satisfied that she in t the child of that Gruff spoken half Indian Tigeress moving now in her Kitchen wit i tie Grace of an animated Mountain Quot the Young Man said to himself growing deeply , he knew not Why in the strange girl of the Prairie. He was not allowed to Ivok Long at Zehia for the Tiger Ess soon called her to come to the Kitchen. He Covill catch the Gruff Quot tones of the woman As she talked to the girl but no words except Quot injun Tobe s ter night Quot came to his ear pref entry he caught sight of Izelia scudding along through the dusk Down the Valley towards the Forest. He seemed to understand instinctively that the tigress had sent the girl away but Why he Stethe coarse Sun per i it re it ared for Liim with a relish. His hostess evinced no disposition to Converse although she eyed my attentively. When he took out his heavily jewelled Gold watch to Tell the time of night to did not see the greedy Savage gleam a Wimch lit tip the Black eyes of the Avo Man nor did he note the fiendish Triumph which covered her hardened face when he requested to i e shown his bed that he 3uit get an Early Start in the morn amp a to find his comrades. His hostess brought a Candle with alacrity and opening a Small door Lead into an old log built room she Ign Sid for him to take the Light and enter. Ross was not Slov t Olev tie Niji kit a Lii it Rule Liu a made Hijii tired and sleepy. The woman the d in Slit herself and then walked away. List is surveyed the uninviting bed ii Amber into which he had been shown with anything but pleasant feelings. There was a Box in f be Corner on which he placed the Candle. The bed in an Opi Osite Corner was hard and unclean looking. But he was too thoroughly fatigued to notice this Only carelessly As he seated himself on the Side of the bed and looked yawning by around the of m. Quot they must be afraid Light and air will get in Here Quot he said seeing no windows in the room. Quot hello there has once been a Hole up thei a Over the bed but it s covered with a Little door of rough lumber and fastened on the outside Quot he exclaimed rising to examine it. Quot Well i m a prisoner in the Lione inn if that i Eji Ulsie has a mind to lock the chamber words of jest but of How much significance he did not dream. A gentle vap Jiing on the logs outside Atti acted his attention. What did it mean it ceased and was then repeated at the same 2 lace. Ross approached the sign of. A thin piece of Clay had fallen oif Between the logs leaving a narrow crack through which Ross could see two by ight dark Eves shining. Quot blow out the the mysterious voice came from Between tile logs. The Young Hunter obeyed without knowing wily. As darkness devoured the space of the room a smothered curse arrested him coming from the adjoining room. What did it mean ? Quot come Here Quot commanded the soft voice from the outside. Ross obeyed so wrapped in mystery he knew not what to think. Quot put your ear to this crack Quot said the strange voice. Ross did so. Quot you would have l Een shot if you had not blown out the Candle As i told you. The foiled villain has left the Cabin to get assistance. The to Nan who runs this inn Quot is Queen of a gang of Cut to croats and Rol hers. You will not be attacked alone because Yon carry two revolvers lint Conie there is no time waste. Yogi must crawl the Mali Quot Lis Little door and escape at the Yogi no Man was not Long in the voice which had Savell his life from the Billet of an ii seen robber and l Rairie Cut Throat. He was soon squeezing Ali Rouglin tic Ai Gerture above the bed s Licad. And very shortly he landed on his feet by the Side of his mysterious Deli to or. Liat was his Surprise to it it Bel old in the owner of tie voice Izelia tie Prairie maid ? Quot god bless you Quot he said in her ear. Quot i did not dream that this was a tra for tie benighted or unwary Quot hush they May be listening. She is hard to fool Quot said the girl. Quot Haik i hear them in the Kitchen now. Of come Quick Quot and the girl jelled the Young Man away through the darkness to Whei e his horse was in readiness for him. Ross soon vaulted into the Saddle and followed the girl Avo mounted on a Fleet footed i ony. Led the Way Down a deep dark Ravine. As they Quot event could Tell from the excite Ltd cries at the inn that his flight had been discovered. Quot ride fast Quot whisk it ered the girl Quot for they will pursue Ross needed no urging to ride fast for his trusty Hoise s it rang f Jarward with vigor and wanted himself by the Side of the Pony Ridden by the girl. Quot Lod Grant we May elude them Quot cried Ross As on and on the horses seemed to Fly. Quot hark they Are coming this Way Quot Quot yes they have discovered our Trail Quot said Izelia with a calmness remarkable in one so Young. Quot i was sent to Indian Tobe s Cabin in the Forest to night As i always am when that bad woman has murder in her head t. But i did not go there. I watched a Chance to get this Pony and waited for the proper time to come to your help Quot she explained As they Rode away Side by Side. Quot Lii his dear girl. I shall never forget your risks to save a stranger Quot six be Ross. But further conversation was rendered impossible by the rapid approach of their pursuers. It was Clear that they were fast gaining on Ross and his fair reseller. The Young Man Grasi de one of his revolvers at the same time or Gina his horse Forward. He intended to sell his life As dearly As >o.ssible. Uliey swept Down the wild Ravine and entered the dark somber Forest their close behind bitter in now and then a loud curse or angry Call Quot Indian Tobe is leading the gang Quot cried the girl. Quot it is hard to outwit him Quot but on they Rode through the Forest the girl acting As guide and Ross following Avith his revolver held in readiness. The Leader of the gang was in Advance of the others and to Lough he could not see the fugitives before him through the Plu tonian darkness of the Woods he could hear the crackling of the underbrush under their horses i it get. With a Demoniac yell to urged is h n be Onward at tie same time Sendai a shot s ending in the direction of the Liu sned. The re Ort rang wildly through the Forest. The Ball buried itself in a huge tree directly behind Ross serving As a Means to frighten the horses Forward at swifter Speed. Sudd Erdy Ross horse stumbled and fell heavily to the ground. He gave a stirring just in time to save himself from being crushed by the luckless animal. Izelia halted her Pony taking in the Young Man s situation at once. In a second she was by his Side saying Quot Here to int my horse and ride for your Quot never i i shall not leave you to the mercies of that gang Quot cried loss. Indian Tobe was almost upon them. But his i a sauce was suddenly and mysteriously Checkett by a Rifle shot m hich Cleft the darkness near them. Indian Tobe fell from his horse to the ground with an agonizing groan. At the same moment the Woods rang with strange hallows. The Pursuit was stopped and the sound of their horses hoofs tearing away through the Forest could be easily heard a Torch was coming toward Ross and his rescuer. The Man who held the Torch was followed by a number of White men. Quot thank god it is my friends Quot cried Ross going to meet them. Greetings were exchanged a Short explanation Given and they All gathered around Indian Tobe who was fast passing away. Izelia stood by Ross Side and shuddered As she gazed non the face of the Indian outlaw she had known All her life. His eyes met those of the girl and Reading in hers no doubt the question she had so often put to that rough gang without Success and the Lesii e to make some slight reparation for his Vil deeds he said Quot the girl no injun. Her White. Or gang kill her father one night he Stop at inn with lost o Gold. Her father capt. a Middle aged Man in the group of Hunters Ai found tie dying outlaw started. He was the one who had fired the Rifle which elided the career of Indian Tobe. He now approached Izelia and sad Quot then i claim you As my Niece poor girl. I am Henry Martin. Your poor father s Fate has been a rapped in mystery but this wretch s confession leaves us no doubts but what my brother was killed and robbed by this and Uncle and Niece were clasped in a touching embrace. The Hunters As soon As they could brought officers to the Lone inn. Which they found deserted. But careful and cautious search enabled them to track the gang to an artificial Cave in the Forest where the woman and six rough characters were arrested and afterwards brought to Justice. The woman corroborated the Story of Izelia s parentage. As revealed by in it Lian Tobe. Indian Tolie s wife had pleaded for the Little girl s life when Iier lather avas killed and it had l Een spared. Tie woman revealed tie spot Valiere the body of capt. Martin had been l tried and Izelia s father was then Given decent burial. Izelia was kept in school three years and Tjien slip returned to her i Uncle Henry a a Beautiful and Young woman. Ross Davis never forgot Liis fair rescuer. As soon As she it turned from school lie offered her his heart and it was not Rohi n s i Itenia Iii Stine. That animal instinct is Lively in the Bird was exemplified by the Robin a few Days ago. On one of the Beautiful sugar Maple Trees which grow in the Yard of a Well known citizen of this place a Mother Robin had built her nest and As time Avent on she was rewarded l y a Brood of Young Robins. One evening when she had nestled herself for the night a Chicken Hawk observed the harmless redbreast and with a Swift Dart she caught the Mother and took her flight. When the father Robin came Back to see that All m As Wudl for the night he found the Young Birds j without Protection. He fluttered j about and his bewailing song told Liis bereavement. He seemed to realize that something dreadful had befallen his partner for he began to make preparations to act the part of a Mother for the night. The owner of the property who had observed the events arose Early next morning and he noticed the male Bird taking its flight. The bereaved widower Soai de High and was soon lost to sight. He remained away the entire Day and w Hen he returned at Nightfall he brought w Ith him another wife. The strange Bird was guided to to nest and readily comprehending the Sittia Tion she quickly covered the half starved Little creatures while the male Bird darted off to find some food. There was great rejoicing when he returned. The new Mother has since then taken excellent care of her ado ted children and the father Robin s song i mainly indicates his Houidas Fuhro can acid dirty Chancy m. Depew raises the question whether cleanliness is essential to health. In a lecture on Ireland he says Quot children swarm Ever Liere for t e marriage Bond in Ireland is a Cou of Bond and Uliey Cut one off Quot year. I said to a distinguished English sanitarian a see How these people live and what let pictures of health they Are a Lille we in new York Are ventilated upon a new principle every month and in fighting sewer Gas squander our incomes and become the abject slaves of the plumber. How do you account for it Well said the nonplussed scientist Quot it establishes the fact that there Are Only to it i conditions for perfect health either All dirt or no dirt and yet the Rutelli Gynce and morality among them Are Superior to Liose of any t ther peasantry in Europe and out of these Cabins will tri Barefo Tinl girls so Rosy cheeked and neat and Sweet of voice to sell you the Little articles they knit with a bit of Bright color in their Sli Savls to contract with their dark hair Liat they seem to have dropped from the mme. is confident of recovering fully her voice and her ability to Iise it and until she does so she thinks the Public should be indulgent. Quot artists after All Quot she says Quot Are women and pens can be Maine Al i Centric s. One mud a of his own Arij one let in in on time. Old Uncle be tuomas who flourished in Turner just on the Edge of Hartford conn., Avious Twenty five years ago avas a quaint old schoolmaster in his i Almy Days i Uncle be was reckoned one of the Foremost schoolmasters of Maine. He made the most Peculiar and original use of the King s English in Ordinary conversation yet at the same time was a noted of Giammar. He could teach grammar in school but out of school he was hardly Ever known to so Peak a grammatical sentence. One Day this i pedagogue was talking with a stranger about popular education. He intimated that he was a District schoolteacher and finally tie gentleman int tired m a complimentary sort of Way if he really w As in the habit of instructing the Maine youth. Quot constricting chaps said Uncle be Quot i should say so i did. I have always teacher school and a very diabolical school too. This very afternoon i am going to put on my clarinet platoons meaning sati net pantaloons and shall go Down and get Rei rotated meaning recommended depend Union it i shall keep a Verj diabolical school if i get the fact avas that Uncle be s school was always one of the Best disciplined in andr Scoggin county. At one time he made a Good Deal of talk about building a House in tuner and in it he was going to have Quot Paventy four double spangled doors and the Coin House boards one Winter his Azife was taken suddenly ill and Uncle be rushed to the doctor and said Quot doctor my wife is Irre Coa Erakly sick and i Avant you to make haste Avith All l 0.ssible Lelay for i expect that in her Case every moment Avill be her next Quot on one occasion during the Halcyon Days of his school mastership a Little trouble avas braving in i Uncle Sam s ii a a and nears came to Ltd the Edge of Hartford that there Avert some fears of ail insurrection. Uncle be refused to l a his i o a tax on account t f these rumours and said he. Quot i am going to spend my Money to support the Navery. And to it Down the tie i Rej test Elaine born a grammarian once lived at Liuni Ovd. Just Al it ova tie Ireat rocks where the water pitches Over Mumford Falls. He is said to have never Avritte or spoken a san Tience a Fath he avas fifteen years old Avrich avas not grammatically Correct. He died about twelve years ago. Many people in unit in Davell recollect Honnis Irish the old fashioned teacher in ancient District school Lusses. Some time before his death Bro Avn the Auto for of Bro Avn n celebrated grammar spent several Day Avith this great rum Ford scholar listening to the Roar of Rumford s Falls and absorbing grammarian Irish s Fine Points. In one edition of Bro Avn s grammar can be found foot notes on difficult , etc., edited by Thomas Irish of Rumford. I it Ike Many men of Genius lie avas a Quot i a Culiar Cha Quot As Ulicy say. If he met you on the Street in a dry time of year he invariably Quot Tjie sounding of the grinding is Yoav. Tie Pitcl Ier May As Well be Bro Tui at the he always had a ecu bar dislike for doctors and drugs and rarely could be persuaded to take the Mildest kind of Medicine when he was on the sick bed. Several years before Adeath he experienced a very severe ill Luss. The doctors told him that his life depended on his keeping Piet in bed for at least a month. Or. Irish fretted about his a potatoes and turnips on a sick bed for about a a Eek Ashen one Day As the physician called the patient avas not to be found. They Hunt etl High and Yoav and finally found the grammarian hoeing potatoes in the Field in his night Robe. He avas finally pre ailed Union to go Back to bed and take a sweat but he positively to see the doctor again. And Ashen the Man Avith the Medicine Chest stepped into his room to ask if he Avert comfortable he thus saluted him Quot to More of your nauseating filthy drugs sir. If i rally it a a ii be a of the bounties of my Well spread he partially recovered from his illness and one Day meeting the old doctor on the Street told him that it avas no use he avas worn out and it was time to pass in his checks. The doctor Clie ered him up As Best he could and said Quot of no Tom you re Good for two years Quot do you to link so Quot asked or. Irish. Quot i certainly do Quot Roi it lied the doctor. Quot Well then i sup Ose you re right and i la do As you say Quot said Thomas Irish. And he drove Oft Quot whistling Quot Yankee exactly Tavo years from that Day he Lay on his Dea Libed and looking into his physician s face said Quot you gave me a Tavo years life lease after i thought i had Given the old ship up and i be taken it. The Tavo years Are ended to Day and i can t stay any and thus this eccentric Man Xvi in the civic i. Large parts of our town populations never have sufficient their lives Are feel mind full it of suffering and numbers die before thu in tiny it. Such facts Are sad to cont nip late but a Knoal Edge of them jets the Avise Man on his guard and he May do Mui a for himself. In the choir Mif a House he Avill remember a the advantage of n at air s Ace around 1 it and of i Lenty of space Avi thin it so that bedrooms May not be of Erro added. Of if n Large House Isbey Nullis Means he Avill take care that the r it oms Are not Cro added Avith furniture for every it ice of furniture excludes an equal bulk of air. When he enters the House Hov it ill see that at All Tim Sas much fresh air the outside i i admitted by Means of open doors and Avin Dows As can be i allowed Avit Hout inconvenience from cold Ami As often As possible he will have it blow through to Clear out All Odd Conns adhere foul air May linger. Pure air and going Fofol make pure blood and Only pure blood Avill give Good chamber i journal. Adventure with at Tiger. As we a Alketa along through the Jungle says a Avi iter in chamber s journal i failed to keep up Avith the other members of the party Avo had got of some ahead when i heard a Rustle in the Underwood and almost at the same moment an enormous Tiger presented himself and prepared to Spring upon me. I had never seen a More magnificent beast and i could not help admiring him notwithstanding the danger of my position. But there was no time to be lost. I immediately presented my i Ifie and fired. As ill Luck would have it neither shot struck and in another second the Tiger avas upon me and had throw me do Avn his claws buried in my left shoulder. I had no particular of fear and i remember thinking quite calmly As i Lay on the ground the Tiger s hot breath coming against my face Quot it s All up with me but at that moment my faithful Little Mungo came to the Rescue he bit the Tiger s Tail so severely that the beast immediately released his hold and turned round to seize its Neav adversary. But Mungo As Sharp and wary As he was plucky was Oft Quot in the tall grass in an instant. The Tiger followed but the dog had the Ada Wantage Over him. As it could run through the grass and under the Brushwood at a Pace which the other could not keep up Avith. In fact it avas almost comical to see ii Oak the great creature bounded about in it3 useless Chase Al tev the dog. But i knead that the Tiger disappointed of seizing 3iungo, Aronld set a n be Back Aga n to attack his in Ster so i reloaded my gun and stood Aava iting High return. In a Short time he avas before me once More and i again levelled or gun As Avell As i could consider ing Tiu pain i i my be t slum Lder. The first Sho missed but the second struck the r in the shoulder crippled him and numb Liim Roll about in agony. Reload sufi a rapidly As possible. I. Avent nearer to Ltd him Armeil very i deliberately and thu time gave Liim his Pii etus. Scarcely had i done so Bettu e Lungo came bounding up to me. Looking into Niv face. A Hining As if Avith Joy at seeing me Safe. , the Man Monkey. The original of the character of Quot Jocko the brazilian ape Quot avas Henry Leech an englishman a Hose Rofeh signal name avas Otto Motti his body avas of the size of an Ordinary mans but his legs Avert Only a foot Long yet such avas his agility that he could outrun of All fours a very fair runner. His Skeleton is in Ime. Tussaud s exhibition in London. The travels after Avard introduced the Cliar Acter in their Anto mimes but it avas left to Majilton to bring it to perfection. He had avoider Ful strength i in Liis hands and could a Alk Avith his hands hanging under a Ordinary floor Joist his whole a depending Union the Grid Beta Een 1h> thumbs and their opt Osing fingers wit i e Ftp it ease and he occasionally Asti it Nisliet a braggart of the profession by Ava King on Liis hands on a Slack rope or on the hawser Avith Avrich the circus avas to aved by a Stei Mer. This singular faculty made him an expert climber and he would run up and Down the Interior of the circus and leap the rail of the tiers and run along them Avith an agility that no ape could Excel. He fairly rolled Avith laughter when he Tohl hoax he frightened the coloured people on the Mississippi. On one occasion when he Lea ted among them chattering and grimacing Many jumped in their fright through the Avin Doans of the circus into the River and Avert rescued Avith difficulty. Quot for god s Sake Stop this Quot said Spalding after Avard Quot or Well have dead niggers to in december 1854, while playing in Charleston he created almost a panic in the theater. One of the scrub a Omen avas stationed in the think tier Avith a stuffed baby and Majilton. In his Jocko act snatched it from her and jumping to the Side of the proscenium boxes beat its head against the Avo Oil and then threw it to the stage and jumped on it the a Oman Yelling All the awhile and the audience in a terrible u7>roar of terror and it was not betting. A party of Church members in the Blue grass Region Kentucky being fond of horse racing yet conscientiously opposed to betting hit upon a rather remarkable method to Giae an air of excitement to their favorite saw it Macey Brothers the horse breeders have a yearling named cuckoo that they Are willing to Back for any amount from $10 to it sum to beat any yearling in Woodford county the term offer the Fol Loav ing proposition for the Benefit of Church members Quot to any Church member owning a yearling Bat Avo is opposed to betting they agree that if the cuckoo yearling Avins the race the loser is to go to Church attended by or. Maccy on the sunday to allowing the race and Deposit the s i cities amount in the contrib tii u Box. Should the cuckoo yearling be beaten Imp. Mac by ledges himself to d it the same for the other Church Quot a Fhil Adele Iii tii ifs. Welch of Burgettstown pa., avas disturbed the other night by dreaming that his son s Hoise had died. He arose Early went to the stable and found the animal dead

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