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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaMarble Rock journal. H. B. Nies so publisher. Marble Rock Lov a. The first journey. I. Pilgrim i was borne hither unto this port of life in frighted one and yet unworn by any sense of stir or i anchored at uie port of life. In knowing hither Ward i came Ukiu Nevins All i crossed the Bir life Bursi round me like a i Ower and one face shone Sweet. Like a. Star. And a Graver sterner Star. A Here i nothing brought save Ray White child unspotted soul. Brought nothing twas As if god thought a Pilgrim without scrip or that were pure child soul came nothing nor Gold save the immortal gift of love Haply my baby hand would hold that holiest Hest sent from above Joy the sister twin to love. It too much for me to souse of Hopes and to Fth i or my coming task Ashen wandering through the crowding yt.-Uri-? was it save the gift of tears not Arm is not in my own heaven Are the cups whence tears May Only to is it to sound the of Wop Xor do to take it when we so far i came yet Ruar the was to be til Lound . Comfort cheer to i ii Limo s first sounds a. And then o , a own. Kind hands Weix then food Ana rest it was As if it had always born. Nor did they ask me of my the was the guest w. Carpenter in Springfield mass Republican. Once to the Black Hills. You Trade Field he was your half brother instead of what he was. You brought Moreau Back to the Post and took something1 can t say what Down to him from it. He waiting for you on the Flats be Low the trader s Corral. You should have your moccasins As Well As a divided skirt that night instead of French heeled hotlines. The others can the others were Kennedy and the recaptured half recalcitrant Pete the latter turned state s evidence. Kennedy told How he had wandered Down into the fits after the few Ful of Sioux of his encounter with Kagle Wing his Rescue by Field and a girl who spoke Sioux like a native. Lie thought it was Little Fawn eyes when he heard her speak and until he heard this lady then he under stood. He had been pledged to be Creek by the lieutenant and never meant to Tell a soul but when he Heun the lie the lady told about the lieutenant it ended any . Then Pete an abject winning wretch was ushered in and his Story when dragged out by the roots was worst of All. 1 Oor ifs. Hay she had to hear it for they sent for i her somebody had to restrain net to. Pete he had a Notte ii big nine so had Randi d. Ever since any. Yes and they had known Eagle Wing Moreau knew his father and Mother. Knew Nanette s father and but j Bill interposed. In o need to go into these particulars As subs Tau l tiling mrs. Hay and himself said he. I the lady knows perfectly Well that a daughter of the Sioux by Gen. Charles King. Copyright 1902, by the Hobart co chapter a woeful time it seeing they had had with poor Nanette when As last it became necessary to take her away from her dead Brave. She raged and raved at even her pleading aunt. Defiant of them All from the general Down and reckless of Law or fact she vowed it was All a conspiracy to murder Moreau in cold blood. They gave him the knife she declared although it later developed that she had tossed it through the open a meow. Urey Nau Given Mui the Chance to sight of Kennedy who had striven to kill him twice and then of the Black Smiths with their degrading shackles just to tempt Liim to make a dash for As they had lured and murdered crazy crazy horse his Brave Kinsman not ten years had placed a dead shot on the path to life and Man who killed him in cold blood As deliberately planned. These were her accusations and that Story took Strong hold in certain circles in the far East. Nanette said Many other things before her final breakdown and Hay and his sorrowing wife found their Load of care far heaviest for the Strain of Indian blood now known to All. Had steeled the soul of the against the people at fort Frayne. Men and women both against none so vehemently As those who would have shown her sym Pathy none so malign Antly As those who had suffered for her Sake. This was especially True of Field. In the mad Hope of getting jus As she termed it for the dead she had demanded speech of the Gen eral and in presence of Black Bill and the surgeon he had Given her a hearing. 3t proved fatal to her cause for in her fury at what she termed the Triumph of his she lost All sense of right or reason and declared that it was Field who had warned stabber s band and sent them fleeing to unite with lame yield who took the trader s horses and Rode by night with Kennedy to warn them it was Yvo ebb s intention 10 Surry Viiu me milage at Dawn and make prisoners of tha men. It was held she said who furnished the Money Loreau needed to establish his claim to a Gold mine in the Black Hills the ownership of which would make them Rich and repay Field a dozen times Over. It was Field who sought to protect her Kindred among the Sioux in Hopes she said it boldly of winning her. But the general had heard enough. The door was opened and Ray and Blake were to ushered in. The former briefly told of the find ing of her note in Field s room the night the adjutant was so mysteriously missing. The note itself held Forth by the inspector general and the asked if she Cirou to have it opened and read aloud. Her answer was that Field was a Coward ,1 to betray a women who had trusted him. Of. Ii did said Blake dryly. just the other Way. He could be induced to open his head so his friends took a hand. You got word Ollie outbreak through your Indian followers. You wrote to Field and sent the note by 1 Etc bid Ding Kiihn join you at that Gobi less hour toiling him that you would pro vide the horses and that you must ride to Jifa Ber s Camp to see Moreau for tie last time he going at 1 cute returned to Ino Lern history. Eagle Wing it seems cams Riding often in from blabber s to see Nanette by night and he was in Heap trouble always Heap trouble always want and one night she told Pete he must come with her must never Tell of it. She Hud Money she said her own ill the trader s Safe but the door was too heavy she could t open it even though she had the key. She had opened the store by the Back door then came to him to help her with the rest. He pulled the Safe door open he said and Taen she hunted and found two big letters and took them to the House and next night she opened the store again and he pulled open the Safe and she put Back the letters and sent him to or. Field s Back door with note and then Over to Saddle Blarney and Dan and bring pm out Back Way from Sta ble.1 then later she told him Blake had Eagle Wing s Buckskin Pouch and letters and they must get them or somebody would hang Eagle Wing and she kept them going All time meeting messengers from the Sioux Camps or carrying letters. She fixed everything for the Sioux to come and capture Hay and the everything to nearly murdering the sentry on Lum Ber six. Pete and spotted horse a i f i 1. 1 compassed that attempted Rescue. She would have them kill the sentry if need be and the reason they did to get Wing Artay taut she could t wait until the sentries had called off. They might even then have succeed j de Only her puny broke away and i she Clung to Eagle Wing s until he had to hit her to make her let go. The wild girl in a fury declared it false from end to end. The poor woman weeping by her Side Boived her head and declared it doubtless True. Her sad dest of All. Her own father died when she was very very Young. He was a French Canadian trader and traveler who had left them fairly Well to do. Next to her Indian Mother mrs. Hay had loved no soul on Earth As she had her pretty baby sister. The girls grew up together. The younger petted and spoiled fell in love with a handsome reckless Young French half Breed Jean la flour against All warnings became his was soon bullied beaten and deserted. She lived but a Little while Lea ing to her More prosperous find lems head Cal sister now Wedic Al to or. Haj their baby daughter also named Nanette and by her the worthy couple had done their very Best. Perhaps it Wou lil hav been Wiser had Ihen sent the child away from All association with the Sioux but she had i had eight years on the Laramie in daily Contact with them sharing1 the Indian sports and games Loving their free life and rebelled furiously when finally taken East. She Vias the real reason Why her aunt spent so Many months of each succeeding year away from her Hus band and the Frontier. One of the girl s playmates was a magnificent Young a son of Crow killer the famous chief. Tie father was killed the Day of crazy horse s fierce assault on the starving Force of Gen. Crook at slim Buttes in and Good kind missionary people speedily saw Promise in the lad put him at school and strove to educate him. The rest they knew. Sometimes at Eastern schools sometimes with Buffalo Bill but generally out of Money and into mischief. Eagle Wing went from one year to another and Nanette foolishly permitted to meet him in the East had become . All Liat Art and , wealth travel and luxury combined could do was done to wean her from her Pas in Secief and by night one was a cd in her third Story room and thought secure until the Day revealed her Goue by Way of the lightning Rod. They had to resort to More stringent measures. But time and again she met him. Undetected until too late and when at last her education was declared Complete she had amazed her aunt by expressing willingness to go to Frayne when the Good woman thought the objectionable Kinsman abroad with Alo Bill. Until too late mrs. Hay knew nothing of his having been discharged and of his preceding them to the West. Then Nanette begged her for More Money lit had stabbed a police officer at Omaha whose people so Moreau said agreed not to prosecute him if if one thousand dollars would be paid at once. Hay s patience had been exhausted lie had firmly refused to contribute another cent to Moreau s scrapes even though he was a Distant Kinsman of his wife and they both were fond of his Little sister Fawn Kyes. It had never occurred to mrs. Ilav that Nan could young1 there is no fiercer More intense deletion than that the Sioux girl gives the Warrior who wins her she becomes his abject slave. He Vrigil lie. Steal sin. I suffer die. Kindly die for him. If Only j she believes herself loved in urn and this u in Nanette More than be Ana slaved Ancl studied Between his irregular Ancus that she wheedle More her aunt to lavish or Brave. Iii a discovered Ling Huiai alone of the Loftt height alone in the wintry Wilder Ness. Sobbing out her grief song to the sleeping steal from or plot against her Bene factors but that was before she dreamed that Nanette had become the Indian s wife. After that any thing might happen. If she could Rio that for love of said she there was nothing she could not and it would seem there was Little Short of deliberate murder she had not done for her Sioux Lover who had rewarded her utter self sacrifice by a Savage blow with a revolver butt. Poor sobbed mrs. Hay and poor said All fort Frayne their distrust of her buried Ancl forgotten As she Lay re fusing herself to every one Start in her lonely room. Even grim old Black Bill whom she had recognized at who had been the first to confirm a like s suspicions As to her pity and com passion for her. It s the Way of the said Blake. Is bred out of that bloody Strain that haunted us in our t familiar paths she could do no said the general having fixed her love on him. It s the Strain of the Sioux. We Call her conduct Call it and one night while decision in Nanette s Case was still pending and still self secluded she hid within the trader s Home refusing speech with any one but Little Fawn eyes a Sleigh ing party set out from Frayne for a spin by Moonlight along the Frozen Pratie. Wagon bodies had been set on runners and piled with Hay. The Young people from officers Row with the proper allowance of patrons and elders were stowed therein and tucked in Robes and furs Esther Dade among them gentle and responsive As Ever yet still very silent. Field in his deep mourning went no words by his connection with this most painful affair. Even the Gen eral failed to cheer and reassure him. He blamed himself for every thing and shrank even from his friends. They saw the dim glow of Yie student lamp in his quarters As 1hey jingled cheerily away. They were coming homeward toward ten o clock. The Moon was shining brilliantly along the bold Heights of the Southern Bank and insensibly Chat came again in sight of the twinkling lights of Frayne and glanced aloft at a new made scaffolding standing Black against the sky at the Crest of Fetterman Bluff. Eagle Wing roosts said a thoughtless youngster. The general let them have their Way to the last. What s he added with sudden Stop. The Sleigh had As suddenly been reined in. The Driver an Irish trooper crossed himself for on the hush of the breathless Winter night there Rose and quavering now High now Low in Mournful minor a weird desolate despairing chant the Voica of the heart broken and one and All at once it a j Nette after the manner of her Moth j or s people alone on the lofty height 1 alone in tin1 wintry i sobbing out her grief song to the i sleeping winds mourning to the last i her lost her passionately loved j Brave. Then All on a sin Den it ceased. A Black form started from the to the Edge of the Bluff. Taro Young officers sprang irom the Sleigh but at the instant another cry arose. Another form this one of horse and rider appeared at the Crest silhouetted with the girl s against the stars. They saw the rider leap from Saddle almost within arms length of the Singer saw her quickly turn As though for the first time aware of an intruder. Then the wailing song went out in sudden scream of mingled Wrath hatred and despair and Lika the Sioux that she was at heart the irl made one mad Rush to reach the Point of Bluff where was a sheer de scent of Over so feet. A shriek of dread went up from the crowded _. Trader sprang and clasped her pre venting her reaching the precipice. But almost instantly followed a moan of anguish for slipping at the Crest together firmly linked they came l oiling sliding shooting Down the Steep incline of the Bluff and brought up with stunning Force among the icy blocks logs and Drift Wood at the base. They bore them swiftly homeward senseless and sorely Nanette s fierce spirit slowly Drifting away from the bruised and broken tenement held there so pitying la. In the arms of Esther Dado. Before the Christmas tires were lighted in the snowbound Frontier fort Thev had Laid All that was mortal of the Brave deluded girl in the Little cemetery of fort Frayne. Her solemn Story closed on Earth forever. To to continued Central Alaska surveyed travelling exceedingly difficult. Game numerous and climate More kindly than supposed. Two parties from the United states geological Survey spent the summer of 19 Jiu Central Alaska. One party under the leadership of or. T. G. Ger Dine assisted by or. H. B. Oliver. Effected a Topographic Survey of the District and the other headed by or. L. M. Trindie made a geologic recon Naissance of the same Field. The Topographic party which in 1 Tii tip ii in v1 Law Eagle City on the Yukon River on i june 21, and travelled Westward for i about 100 Miles. The Trail leads up the Valley of the Middle Fork of Korty mile River to Joseph Creek then up this Creek to its Stuive. Here the Divide is crossed and the Trail continues Down the goodpasture River. On leaving the goodpasture River the party continued Westward crossing the headwaters of the Salcha. And Chena Rivers until the i was reached. A few Days be fore they arched at Fairbanks on the Tanana River whore Are the discovered diggings a Forest fire was Etu out err that proved a serious obstacle to Progress in work and travel. This lire had been raging for several and then he rang off. Thought he had a sure Case on Young lady but she switched him finally. The manager of the Tore stood Stock still the Little to Alilce ii in or Winch held the Telephone of the quient. Lor lie was a vory startled Jita Nagor indeed. Within the chamber lie could linear Diss Jones the Aii of this says tin Chicago journal is a 01 tie Comers Tiou tie Ai a valued Man overheard "1 love you dear and Only you 1 a wee Jiuji my heart away my to me once More 1 you dear love you th-1 Oft i out of the Cabinet to confront the angry manager. Miss he said that Telephone has been in d where it is for the Pur pose of convenience in conducting business and not Lor in Olifice hours i am surprised at you. Ism t let it occur the Young woman froze him a "1 was or dicing new music Trout the publishers Lor no 3 she explained icily. And then the manager Felt that this was a cold world indeed. In the Hight place. How s the asked one f tiie . Us. He Torti replied the Fiauu bravery to k a Cusco Hoir. D boots. Why i bus nor. A Iri v or is Icil the quiet . I have b or. 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