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s OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1691. exhibiuoa f eocteapt and Aeriaos that ka imaginatkai cadi iavwt to aggravate tarn &unmtu troopers, who in gnaihed their arreral art of la tei pu asajr amly a nS ax tha ineuha of the cad heathen. They were idarred at last by the arrival c Lieut Boyl. who bore is bis band a a See fritsi r aM aew target rJU, rwaved only the day before tt aooota started. This wonderful gun was guaranteed BTafc to carry I forget 1,100 yards wit ac4 iM tta aMMMg ee lay bM curacy, and the lientenant, who waa one ci the best feHowa in the world in garrison, but quite Cull hearted and bloodthirsty where Apache were concerned, announced that while be was doubtful AW faaaa aaal rtarv Ibaat Mr ama i of las gun cvrying near the Indian, I ha was Mif to trr. The Apache. feeling secure against their carbines, continued his taunts entfl Eoyl. taking DICK HUYL deliberate aim, with sights raised for 1,300 yards, fired. Hi aim was tree, i Thm writer cvea to Dick Haji a debt, and the gua all that it was boasted. act exactly of fntitada. aa tha ctary The old savage plunged face forward and crashed down the U1 demoastr&le, which she, by writtof over the ledge, mountain side at the very feet of biography, neka to diacharga. Dick rocky his slayer. Bnjl'i history will neror ba written by The attention of the soldiers was now eLw on nor who knew sm, by any him, directed to the pappoose the subject of to adorn a Sunday achool library; b this sketch. That interesting infant waa not that kind of a boy. Dick still calmly occupied the ledge and was am A pact Indian, with all thacharacter-Mic-a evidently turning the situation over in of total dspraritr that tha wor4 bia mind. The troopers, with LifCt. .pacha oo&Ytya or mggeet, W wera Cayl at their bead, slowly and painfully children together, Dick and L Wa bred, clambered up the rocks and finally apfought and played togother for two yean proached the orphan, who, instead of ta tha aama army poeL On ooo tneoior-aht- o squalling as a civilized Christian child occarion. Dick, instigated by tha would bare done, commenced throwing Ami fur 1 firmly believe in tha deril. stones at bis pursuers, hitting Lieut. if only for Apachea dropped down tha Hoy. squarely on the nose with a halt aack of my frock a lira toad. It waa pound rock and drawing blood copiously, H caoas of my first fit of hysterica, and lie followed this success by other good I determined, if I ever grew old enough, throws, causing as nearly a panic as pos1 would tell tha whole world bow bad a sible. At last, by flanking him, our young Apache eould be. Apache was knocked down by a blow In 1873, if I remember rightly, Oen. from a saber and stunned. Ilia capture Crook had aoooeeded, after years of waa now easy, but the lieutenant a or bloody war and tha kaa of hundredi of ders were to return no prisoners. "What shall we do with the little good men, in subduing moat of the banda ompoaing tha Apache nation of New devilT asked one of the men. "Shoot Marioo and Arizona. They bad dwelt him or throw him orer the cliff after his tha trongholda of mountain and fathorT The "little devil" had reateaert, from which they frequently gained cotMciomtness by this time, and emerged to rob and murder all minen deliberately set his teeth into the calf of er emigrant that they eould ambush. the soldiers kg. Lieut Ilnyl wiped his leering nothing for tha human mind to bloody nose and replied: "A baby who eonceire of in tha way of cruelty when fights this way ought not to be killed in ever a white man fell into their power. cold blood. By George, IH take him At the reeerTation, although they were back to Ban Carlos if it costs me my 'well fed and quite decently treated, it eommissioor waa neceaaary to watch them constant A gag was put into the young one's ly, and large bodies of troops were de-- mouth to prevent any more biting, and with a soldier holding each hand he was tailed for that purpose. Nerertheleas, scarcely a week passed but a small squad landed on the plain below. There he of Apaches, usually led by some attract- was placed on horseback, s lariat tied to ive squaw, would slip quietly past the one foot, passed under the horse and tied guards and escape through the darkness to the other, and thus the troopers re la to their beloved cactus plains and turned to the reservation. mountain barrens. Boll call nearly every Lieut Ilnyl was a great favorite with morning developed these absentees, and Gen. Crook, but hi had disobeyed ornext day would come news of murder, ders and confidently expected to be put rapine and horrors generally. A favorite under arrest But the general had alApache mode of disposing of the nnsus-nestin- g ready heard something of the stone freighter, miner or emigrant throwing affair, and bad enjoyed a whose camp they had succeeded in raid- hwty luugh over Hnyl's broken nose. ing, waa to tie the victim by the four When tho lieutenant in making his reMmbs to stakes, and then to build a fire port reached the point where Wahnomo an that portion of his body designated wot killed the general interrupted with, the old fashioned almanacs as "virgo." "By the way, I think you had better not There seemed to be something par- let me know officially any more of this ticularly fascinating to the Apache tem- scout than yon have already told." perament in this form of torture. Death Then glancing at the swollen nose he being long in coming, it gave the squaws burst into a roar of laughter, in which and pappooaes plenty of chance to invent all the other officers joined. The young Indian was confined in the small torments, on the side, as it were. The women and children emigrants-n- ut armory until his first fright was overThe soldiers ot Companv A enough. Suffice it to say that the come. absolute hatred entertained ly those In- named him Dick Huyl, and fitting him dians for the whites waa fully ro. 5pm. out with a uniform fashioned from the lieutenants' old clothes regularly adopted oated, especially by the sol' '"rs. It him into the service. no easy matter to track and i In less than a month the small recruit follow the runaways througU tlio cactus and meequH thickets, over the barren learned to express himself tolerably in deserts and desolate mountains that English, and in a very short time had make up the topography of Arizona. accumulated all the accomplishments of But in that parched country water is tobacco chewing and profanity possessed only to be found at certain springs and by the soldiers. He also picked up a "water boles," between which days of wonderful knowledge of bugle calls and travel often intervene, but which are evolutions, always turning out at roll equally well known to soldiers and to colls and taking his place at the extreme ImHana. left of the company when in line. When I first knew him he had been 8o when the morning report showed to Gen. Crook that so many warriors, under the refining influences of the gnaws and pappoosee were missing, the United States service two years. If that grim old warrior would moke no sign of Indian had improved in that time I am pursuit, but on the night following, or very glad I did not know him before. perhaps the next one, a squadron of He was not beautiful according to classic mounted men would file silently out of standards. The Apaches flatten the heads of their the reservation bearing orders to move as rapidly as possible to the water hole babies between boards, and this, as much of Palo Pinto, or to Agna Grande as anything else, served to render Dick Spring, or to some other place where unattractive to us children. Then he the presence of the precious fluid favored had such a predilection for carrying a camping place for the renegades. The snakes in bis pocket The soldiers troops were always positively instructed spoiled him, of course, and upheld him to bring back no prisoners, all matters in every villainy he chose to perpetrate. of detail being left to the officers in com- When be shot the mules in an ambumand. One June morning there waa re- lance filled with women and children, ported missing eight Indians, eleven causing a runaway and a smashup, one quaws and pappooses, including Wah-xtem- soldier thrashed him with a barrel stare, than whom a more depraved and and a dozen more gave him five cent a. cruel Indian never existed, even in pieces to comfort him. They alternately pounded and petted, but it was all Two nights afterward a squad of the one to hiin. Ho seldom laughed and never cried; be was an Apache, Twenty-thir- d infantry, Crooks own regI said he never cried. I will note an iment, under Lieut. Huyl, a splendid young fellow, who baa since left the exception. Every Saturday afternoon aervice, was sent out on a scout with the the men took him out behind the quarusual orders. No trace of the renegades ters and'gave him a bath. This process was found, but a burned ranch and stage was very simple. They stripped off his station and a cremated cowboy gave sufclothing and turned the hose on him. ficient evidence of Indians at large. The On these occasions tho shrieks of the lit next night, or rather just at dawn, after tie savage could be heard all over the a long and fatiguing march, the scouts post reached a natural rock basin at the foot I have not seen Dick since I was 9 of one of the steepest and most inacces- years old, but I like to think that he sible knobs to be found in desolate Ari- grew up and regularly enlisted in the zona. This basin had often collected a old regiment and is now an honor to the supply of acrid water, which, however, service, "Spusskerriwe" in New York was drinkable enough in that country. Tribune. A thin vapor of smoke from a nearly Prospect Good. spent fire convinced the troopers that their nights march had not been in vain, 'Florry, dear," faltered the Washingand on creeping up as close as possible ton youth, "I I couldn't summon courthe hos tiles were outlined against the age to tell you what was in my heart : rocks, fast asleep. and I wrote it You got my letter, The little squadron silently deployed didn't you?" out so as to avoid missing a single shot, "Yes, George, I got it." and at the word of command fired, kill"And you read it, didnt yonf ing nearly every one of the Indians. ' "Yes, I read it " In fact, I- -I read it The others jumped up only to be cut over twice." down by the reserve fire. The only two "And now, Florry," he said, growing unhurt were Wahnemo and his have come to learn my fate." bolder, pappoose. Grasping the 'child, he "The best I can promise you, George," sprang for the mountain side, scaling the said the blushing daughter of the disrocks like a chamois, amid a shower of tinguished congressman, withdrawing bullets, soon distancing bis pursuers and her hand from the ardent clasp of i getting out of range of their rifles. Halt- the infatuated young man, "is thatl ing on n shelf of rock, he set the child will advance your letter to a third read-in- ? down and proceeded to tadulso in every Clucago Tribune. miser ' MOT. J I ,? Baby Carriages fca ta. a, First Shipment of the Season Just Received. W CBAJTBTXA. wwrH Itrvea as we taae tt, a4 tettk Ater eaud, is what we auks tt. Taw wm the of as M ae to ncMot net w4chut SUM. A4 May a IUM kas lowoS SMta tree, u4 aba has testa aeaaa. Htm few em aoS a of supply of Dr. rara's Farom Picyie-tioso aod a sot troubM vtt thum vaauxy Hit a. wtafcjMaace, "enrruur-S- o ao4 fuaetiooai initifH Uut m nan? woawa endure. 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I rt.kahaVM fj Bhv y.tsatalrrk.r a mm, trxW tasxri, 1 cttty dues. a ueois a vial. Os drusglau, 67 .. M Um atm. pmRcrsPriLnsm&E or aeoordinc GROCERS, Liquor and Cigar Merchants Iieft. M. blmbkatr, M iW WK'Ta, mmrm mu4 . la.! m is rmm m my rW itNnM. 1PM MI !, m a ail wemr uwM Mar UMWt. AlttaMW. Ormt mi IM Hk Urn W mmrt , iaiiitaf Wftj -UimC rrtb.fa. t ASII.T, ht tH-IL- I fAltlh ILAkS Vtit:. AtVtrww ( tr. i ff M97 III ana AVaarU Twmtjr mu ftet DlatTffcatla lhe Jeert, Ogden, Utah. Pocatello, Idaho. Aa-NT- JOS. WALLACE Wedding Goods, CARL UPMANN'S FOR S l DRUGGISTS. STRATTON & STORM'S Also for Wallis & Co. Mexican DRUGGIST. Programmes Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 239 Wathinjrten Arenas. WnOIiESALK SPECIALTIES: Tins French Csndies. Purs lee Cream. TOILET ARTICLES Market. CfllH mTITTH Prononiiced the bent In Territory IIAILII x it Bml eatitfx yooneWe. OGDEN'S m, W. McMTT & CO., DRUGGISTS HXE rERFOER and TOILET ARTICLES. Imported and Domestic OIGAES. Order by Hail Promptly Attended to. 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Il4a icj TlllNl!l n Bold ty lratretiataV aKiCS fa.00. rkl ODR "OGDEN OFFICE." e -- ;atcfo-tir.anrl- wM.wtHveivii fniir. fuai -- anteed. F: J. KIESEL & CO. THE OGDEN CRACKER CO. HOT SPRINGS, (INCORPORATED.) Of this city, are equal to the most famous in the world. The curative properties of these waters are most wonderful and bathing in them is most pleasant. No case of rheumatism or blood disease has yet been found which could not be conquered by careful treatment at these springs. Arrangements have been made to have all Raymond and Whitcomb excursions stop over here for at least one day and all Union Pacific overland tickets are good for a ten days' stop over at the Springs. The Is in competent hands, and first-claservice may be had at the Springs Hotel. Come out and baths. the The Motry tor makes through trips from the Broom Hotel corner as per time table in this paper. Fare 30 cents for the round trip from the city limits. ss ftnag little fcrtannlitvebeni Bwdeat work fur at, r Anna rare. Aartin, Txaa, and Jnti. B.mn, Toledo, Ohio, .ea cm. VHntraartmirMirti. m bj itH r. Sonararn over ftoe.e a WMite. T(a ran da the work and Ih-l home, wbtrero tob are. Eran ba rfnam are eaaiW earninir from SI to IOafcrr. All arn. We ho Tna how ted Mart yoa. Can work In epare tima or all the time. Big moaeT for work-arFailure aaknown Itmtaf terra. j It) THE HOTEL DEPARTMENT MannfactnrM the Bent Tmnlra. Hnnnirinir promptly attended to. Old Trunks Taken in Order called for and Delivered to hxchange. all part of the city. a.L.lc. A OrrMAN, No. 270 Twenty-fift- h St. TO BE ADDRESSED rMnPCttUIlV solicited 1 ington Ave. Great-Sanitariu- J. ALL CORRESPONDENCE lee Cream for parties inpplied at one day' notice. Loci U. 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