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AN INDIAN MASSACRE.
A Story of Female Heroism.
DETROIT, Jan. 28. 1877.
There lived in Detroit, Michigan,
a woman so little known, even to
the people on the block in which she
lived, that the crape on the door was
the first warning many of them had
that she had been ill. It was the
widow Hutley, and living in the
same cottage, and made a widow at
t'te same time, was Mrs. Ebberts.
As thß trial of John D. Lee
brought back to public recollections
the horrors of pioneer life in the
West, the death of Mrs. llutley may
again uncover that page of history
on which was written the Indian
massacres of f roc tier settlers in
Minnesota. Both widows were vic
tims of that brief and bloody strife
which desolated so many cabins on
that picket line of civilization.
History forgot to record their names
aud their heroism. Let both be
STORY OF THE MASSACRE.
When the frontier troubles began
the two widows were wives and
mothers, living in log cabins about
a mile apart. These two .cabins
were the only ones for three or four
miles either wav, aud when the con
duct of the indians became so sus
picious that prudeuce counselled re
moval from the frontier the Ebberts
family left their boino and consoli
dated with the Hullejß for mutual
defence. Each family had two chil
dren, making eight persons in the
cabin. Ths Indians had tlms far
molested no one, but there were
fierce and surly looks, skulked about
as if keeping watch on the settlers,
and the pioneers were living in a
state of excitement and apprehen
sion. One day, when the women
had occupied the same cabin for two
weeks, Mr. Hutley started for a set
tlement seven miles distant to pro
cure provisions, leaving Mr. Ebbert
to guard the cabin. All outdoor
work had ceased. If the pioneer
moved outside of the barricaded ca
bin his life eas carried in his h&ud,
and bis eyes were on the alert to de
tect the presence of the expected
AM UNHAPPY QUARREL.
The average woman can sever the
ties of friendship, or rise superior
to the perils of the hour to carry
her point. Mr. llutley had not been
gone an hour when the children*
rendered nervous and irritable by
their close confinement engaged in a
quarrel. The eldest child was only
five, so that no great physical dam
age could hive been inflicted, but
the quarrel angered the mothers ;
harsh words passed and Mrs. Eb
berts declared that she would not re
main in the Hutley cabin another
hour. Her husband was weak mind
ed enough to share iu her feeling,
and immediately preparations were
made to return aud occupy his own
cabin. He took the bed on his bacu,
and the oldest child by the hand and
started for home, leaving his wife to
follow on with iiis rifle and the
other child. Anger brought on such
a spirit of recklessness that the man
no longer feared any danger. Mrs.
Ebberts did not immediately follow,
having to make up a bundle of little
articles, and, the husband had about
twenty minutes' start of her. While
both women were heartily ashamed
of their silly conduct five minutes
after their hot words bad been spo
ken, jet neither would be the first
to make conciliatory advances, aud
Mrs. Hutley stood in her cabin door
and saw Mrs. Ebberts and child dis
appear in the forest.
TIIE CRACK OF TIIE RIFLE.
Just as she lost sight of thena she
heard the leport of rifles and faint
yells in the direction of the other
eabin, and she instantly divined that
the long expected blow had fallen.
Forgetting everything but the fait
that her neighbors were in peril, she
took down the spare rifle which her
husband had provided, and which
she knew how to use, warned lie r
e'aildren not to leave the cabjn, and
in two or three minutes she was
running through the woods after
Mrs. Ebberts. It subsequently ap
peared that Ebberts had just reached
his home when he was attacked by
a band of at least fifty Indians. The
child was shot dead at the first vol
ley, but the father prolonged his life
for a few minutes by dodging from
tree to tree. Ilia wife was within
eighty rods of him when he was
killed. She heard the firing and
whooping, and, while prudenee
warned her to retreat, her love forc
ed her ou to join her husband. The
Indians had caught sight of her and
opened fire when Mrs. Hutley came
History will never record a braver
deed. Rendered desperate by the al
most certaiu knowledge '..hut her
husband and one jhild hail been
murdered Mrs. Ebberts was like a
tigress. She had her husband's
rifle, and for a time the two lone
women held that entire baud of sav
ages at-hay. Nay, more than that,
they killed three of the redskins and
wounded two more, as the Indians
afterward admitted. When they
found that the plan was to surround
them they fell back. Between that
point and the cabin tlie child was
killed. The women carried the body
for a few rods, but the close pur
suit obliged them to drop it.
A NEW IIORROR.
A new horror awaited them as
they entered the cabin. The demons
had already been there. The oldest
child was dead on the flooi, its head
almost severed from the bodv, aud
lhe youngest had been carried away.
Two Indians were still in the house,
making preparations to burn it.
One made a safe escape, but the
other was shot down by Mrs. Bb
berts as he cleared the dw.atep.
There was no time to remember the
scalped aud mutilated bodies in the
forest. The Indians were at the
door almost before the dark >cdy at
the step had ceased quivering.
It WHS a stout cabin, having more
strength, than convenience. Logs
and roof were uot yet seasoned
enough to buru, and the single win
dow was protected by a heavy blind.
The redskins knew that there were
only two women in the house, and
they dashed at it and swaraied
around it as wolves would surround
a helpless doe.
STORY OF THE SURVIVOR.
"Mrs. llutley was as pale as death
and her hand trembled as she loaded
the rifle, but her eyes shone like fire
aud she bit her lips till the blod
came. I suppose I was half crazed,
for I wanted to open the door and
fight the whole baud."
Thus says the survivor, whose
story of the terrible affair is as clear
as the page of a book. The excite
ment was too great for the women
to plau a defence, but both under
stood that the In liana must be bea
ten off. There were two loopholas
in the door and others in the walls.
While the savages were massing
against the door two of them were
badly wounded from within, and
soon thereafter one was killed from
a loophole In the walL Discovering
that they had perilous work on hand
the Indians drew off and took covet
behind logs, stumps and trees, and
for an hour they fired at the loop
holes, hoping that a chance siiot
might kill or wound. Their bullets
were simply thrown away, and the
effort to fire the roof was time spent
A FEARFUL DAY AND NIGHT.
AH day long the siege was main
tained. and when darknees fell the
women realized that it was to be the
longest night of their lives. A child
dead in the cabin, another carried
away, a husband and two children
dead in the woods, and the little
clearing was alive with human devils
seeking the blood of the two despe
rate defenders. Says Mrs. Ebberts :
"My nerves were strung up till 1
felt every minute as it I must toss
up my arms and scream out to re
lieve the agony of my heart, and
Mrs. Hutley was suffering just HH
badly. At one time she would be
wailing and sobbing over the poor
dead body on the floor, and then
again she would stand at one of tt>e
loopholes, her face so white that I
could see it through the darkness
It WAS as still as death outside until
about ten o'clock. We were not off
our guard at ay, but were beginning
to hope thi t the savages had left,
when we heard them on the roof
At the same moment they plugged
up all the loopholes with sticks cut
for the purpose. I drove these plugs
out with the ax, while Mrs. llutley
watched the root. She fired as the
Indians made an opening, and we
heard a scream of pain. There
were no further demonstrations un
til an hour before daylight, though
we beard the wretches creeping
around the cabin.
BATTERING THE DOOR.
"As the night was wearing away
they brought up a log and battered
in the door. We had warning and
were ready. As the Indians rushed
into theopening we both fired. They
eame faster and thicker, but Mrs.
Hutley went at them with the axe
and 1 with a knife, and we drove
them out. It was all over in a min
ute. I remember the shouts and
yells ; they got hold of me I heard
the axe chopping at them and then
we were alone again."
AID AT DA ST.
At daylight the Indians drew off,
warned that aid for the women was
at hand. Hutley never reached the
settlement for which he started.
Weeks afterward Ma dead body was
found 1n the woods, while bis scalp
ornamented some warrior's dress.
The heroines were rendered child
lees and widowed in one day, for the
child carried away has never been
heard of, and while one received a
slnali across the face iu the terrible
fight to clear the cabin the other was
wounded by a bullet at the same mo
They came to Detroit yea**® ago to
lie near friends, but long ago Mrs.
llutley becamecraied with hergrinf,
atil for years Mis. Ebberts has been
I a nervous wreck, starting up in
| alarm at the slightest sonud and un
i aide to sleep for more than a few
J minutes at a time. During the lust
i five years of her life Mrs. llutley
wandered up and down searching
for lier child aud stopping pedes
triaus to ask for her husband, and
tears came to the eyes of strangers
as they saw the poor wreck at Hit
gate and heard her call:—
"Come liack, Mrs. Ebberts 1 Come
back aud Til ask your forgiveue**!"
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A SCHOOLBOY'S REV EN OF.—
Judge Piltiuait's bov bill acq med
learning in a log schooluouse. At
one place the plaster between the
logs is broken away, and through
this aperture Hill endeavored to c*
cape feet foremost during school
hours one uay last summer. Unfor
tunately, he stuck fast when hall
way through, and he could neither
run nor retreat. When the atum
tion of Mr. Simes, the teacher, was
directed to I lie culprit, Mr. Sunt*
pr ceeded to the eiterior of the edi
lice, and embraced the opportunity
afforded by William's position to
hammer him with a sbmgle. Then
young Mr. Pitman was pulied out
and plunged into sums iu vulgar
Near the schoolhouse there is a
millnice, at the end of which tlier*-
is a sluice-gate. linmedi iU ly Mow
the gate there is a huge deep tank,
which carries the water to the uu
der-shot wneel. The inside of the
tank is greeu and slimy, and when
the water is drawn carefully ont of
it a great many fish can often be
found lying on the bottom. The
lank is fifteen faH deep. A few
day's after the flogging Bill happened
to pass the tank and looked in. He
saw Mr. Simes at the bottom, pick
ing up Ash and putting them into a
bag. William felt that the hour of
vengence had struck. lie turned
the handle of the sluice-gate, and in
less than a minute that jolly old pe
dagogue was floundering iu six feet
of water, trying in vain to clamber
up the slimy sides of the tank.
When he saw young Pitman ho
shrieked for help. But Bill, with a
fiendish coolness, said, "No, sir ;
vou've got to trtad eater till you
promise never to lick me agiiu."
Then Simes solemnly pledged him
self never to strike another blow at
him, and Bill let the water from the
tank, and helped Simes out. The
night when Bill got home he found
Simes there conversing with the
judge, and five minutes later the
judge was fondling William with a
trunk strap, while Simes sat by and
smiled. William tuft since expressed
the opinion confidentially that Simes
is a perfidious scoundrel.
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DIDN'T STAND TIIE TEST,—A
young man read iu a paper a few
days ago that if you wanted to find
out if the woman you had selected
for vour future spouso had a good
temper you ought to take occasion
to step on her dress, or snap the
sticks of her fan, or in some wav
aunov or discompose her. "It,"
stud the great authority who pre
sides over the column of advice. "If
she betrays no sign of ill tern per,
she will prove a model wife." Ae
coidiugly the voting man seiz-d an
opportunity wiieu his sweetheart
was rigged in her most killing array
o step on her trail and pull out
about three yards of gathers, with
a rip like a peul of thunder, exposing
about three quarters of the frame
work that makes her dress stick
out behind. But instead of meet
ing the accident with perfect equan
imity, she turned round and jahhed
her parasol in iiis ey-, called him a
long haired l -aper, and asked him
why he didn't wear hia feet side
ways. He expressed himself thank
ful that lie didn't marry the girl be
fore finding out what sort of a tern
|>er she had ; but the doctor doesn't
think his eve will grow out again.
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Ths L'lck Haven Democrt says,
John Bell, on Up|er Jerry's ltun,
Cameron county, where ha has a log
camp, has in his posession eight live
deer, one a flue buck, which he cap
tared alive by running them down
He captured four inside of three
hours and a half. Tt e snow is so
deep that deer cannot run. and Mr.
Bell caught them by using snow
shoes in the chase. He had a se
vere struggle with the buck which
showed fight. By means of a noose
tlwown over his head, and through
skill and main strength, he got the
buck choked and down and after ty
ing him to a tree, got his legs tied,
and then got him on a brush and
hauled his game into camp, • When
he captured the four he had to go
back to camp fer kelp to bring iu the
Youth holds no aociety with
Ftrlkes at the root of discus* br purifvlng
the blood, rmioi tug the .Ivor sua kidneys to
healthy action, Invigorating the nervous sys
I* not a vile, nauseous compound, which
•Imply purges the bowels, but a sale, pleas
ant remedy which Is sure to purify the blood,
and thereby restore the health.
Is now prescribed In c-tses of Scrofula and
other diseases of the blood. by nuuy of the
best physician*, owing to Its great success in
eurtut all diseases o( this nature.
Does not deceive invalids into false hopes by
purging ami creating a fictitious aopetlte,
hul assists nature in cleariur and purifying
the whole system, leading the palieut-'grad
sally to perfect health.
Was looked upon as an experiment for some
time by some of our Wist physicians, but those
most incredulous In regard to its merit are
aow Its most ardeut fi lends and supporters.
Hay* a Boston phvelelan, "has no equal as a
blood purifier. Hearing of Us many won.
derfu' cures, iffc all other remedies bad
railed, I visited the Vora'ory and convinced
myself of Its genuine merit. It is preparer!
from btrk. roots and herhs, eaeh of which
l hl 'h'e effective, and thrv are enmpounded |
in such a manner as to produec astonishing j
| Is acknowledged and recommended by phy.
sleians and Anothnearieg to l the *>e*i purl
fler and cleanser of the Mood yet discovered,
and thousand* sneak in its praise who hare
lcen restored to health.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
BOSTON, Feb. Id, 1171.
Mr. R R. STEVENS:
l>ear Sli—About one year since I ftmnd
nsvself In a feeWe condition from general
debility. VEtJETINF wa* strone'v •ecoai
mended to roe bv a friend who lad keen
much benefited bv Its use. I procured tho
article, and after using several bottles, was
restored to health anb discontinued Its use.
I feel quite confident there 1* no medicine
superior lo it for those eomp'alnts for which
It is especially prepared, and would cheer
ful'y ' eeoinmended It to those who feel that
thev need sometime to restore them to per
fect health. ltOspertfuUv vour*.
V. L. PITTINGII.L.
Firm of S,M. Potting!!! h Co.. 10 Mate St..
CINCmaTI, Nov. 26,1172.
Mr. 11. R. STEVONS:
Dear Sir—The two bottles of VEUF.TINE
furnished me bv vour agent, my wife has
used with great benefit.
For a l ug time he ha* been troubled with
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now entirety removed by the use of VKUE
She was also troubled with Dyspepsia and
General Debl.ity, and has been greatly bene
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I have used only two battles and already
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BOSTON, Jan. 1.1874.
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still engaged in JEHjg is eeeond ts nose
the manufacture in tbia part sf tho
1' Mllitiemi AlaiblfcAV oris ■ CaU
Conches, 111 pw & Jl an*
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SHOTS, EAST of BRIDOK, MTLLHEIIf, )'A
DEIXINGER & .VUSSEB.
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(Successor to J. O. DEININGER,)
Would most respectfully inform the citizens of Ceutre eounty, that he
has constantly on hand all kiudsof FURNITURE, made ot tho bet! m
terial and in the most approved styles.
SINKS, v TABLES,
DOUGH TRATS, CORNER CUBBOARDP,
and all other articles in'his line constantly on band.. rrices>*eap ts ani
the times The wants of young married couples esnecially suited, c.ome
andaee. SHOTS. MAIN STREET CENTRE HALL, PA. 2IXIJ,
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
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NEXT DOOR SOUTH Of HICKS A BRO'S HARDWARE,
Has bean re-opened, remitted and restocked with tho best and moat
popular Drugs and Medicines.
Particular attention gHren to the wants of Farmers and those living in
the Country, Jlvlf W. M HERRINGTOIf, Agent.