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1 love her so!
She does not know
The ardor of my passion
Though she's divine.
Soon love as mine
Is sadly out of fashion*
She is so sweet I
But though discreet,
She's playful as a kitten,
And I oan see
She'd laugh at me
If she knew how I'm smitten
She'd laugh at me
I pla nly see,
For love is out of fashion
With such as she,
She's fancy free,
And only plays with passion.
YoS^ after all.
On earth's round ball
There's no one ranks above her,
I want her so!
By JoveI rilgo
And tell her how I love herI
A BRAVE RUN FOR LIEE.
How John Colter Escaped a Ter
3X Travels Naked for Seven Days Pur
sued by a Bloody and Relent
less Foe and atliast Reaches
a Place of Safety.
What is known as Lewis and Clarke's
expedition to explore the Missouri
river took place in the year 1805. It
was manned by Captain Merriwether
Clarke, three sergeants and seven sol
diers of the United States army, ac
companied by twenty-six other per
sons, among whom were a number of
Frenchmen. Their adventures and
discoveries are not of so much impor
tance as the fact that John Colter and
John Potts were members of the expe
dition. These two men were either
discharged from the command, or
after the expedition had returned to
it3 starting place, went back into the
Indian country on their own hook.
This point, as well as the exact loca
tion of their adventures, appears to be
clouded in doubt, although their en
counter is fully authenticated. They
were trapping beaver near the con
fluence 6f the Madison river with the
Jefferson fork. The Blackfeet Indians
were in that region and one of them
had been killed by Lewis. Aware of
the bitterness of Indian hostility Col
ter and Potts set their traps at night,
drew them in each morning and lay
concealed during the day.
They were examining their traps
early one morning, in a creek which
they were ascending in a canoe, when
they suddenly heard a great noise,
resembling the trampling of animals.
But they could not ascertain the fact,
as the high, perpendicular banks on
each side of the river impeded their
view. Colter immediately pronounced
it to be occasioned by Indians, and
advised an instant retreat, but was
accused of cowardice by Potts, who
insisted the noise was occasioned by
buffaloes, and they proceeded on. In
a few minutes afterwards their doubts
were removed by the appearance of
about five or six hundred Indians on
both sides of the creek, who beckoned
them to come ashore. As retreat was
now impossible, Colter turned the
head of the canoe to the shore. At
the moment of its touching an Indian
seized the rifle belonging to Potts.
But Colter, who was a remarkably
3trong man, immediately retook it
and handed it to Potts, who remained
in the canoe, and upon receiving it,
pushed off into the river. He had
scarcely quitted the shore when an
arrow was shot at him, and he cried
out: "Colter, lam wounded." Colter
remonstrated with him on the folly of
attempting to escape and urged him
to come ashore. Instead of comply
ing, he instantly leveled his rifle at
an Indian, and shot him dead on the
This conduct, situated as he was,
may appear to have been an act of
madness but it was doubtless the ef
fect of sudden but sound enough rea
soning for if taken alive he must have
expected to have been tortured to
death, according to the Indian custom.
And in this respect the Indians of this
region excelled all others in the inge
nuity they displayed in torturing their
He was instantly pierced with ar
rows, so numerous that, to use the
language of Colter, "he was made a
They now seized Colter, stripped
him entirely naked and began to con
sult on the manner in which he should
be put to death. They were first in
clined to set him up as a mark to shoot
at but fhe chief interfered, and, seiz
ing him by the shoulder, asked him if
he could run fast Colter, who had
been some time among the Kee Katsa,
or Crow Indians, had, in a considera
ble degree, acquired the Blackfoot
language, and was also well acquainted
with Indian customs. He knew that
he had now to run for his life, with the
dreadful odds of five or six hundred
against him, and these armed Indians.
He therefore cunningly replied that he
was a very bad runner, although, in
truth, he was considered by the hun
ters as remarkably swift.
The chief now commanded the party
to remain stationary, and led Colter
out to the prairie three or four hun
dred yards and released him to save
himself if he could. At that instant
the war-whoop sounded in the ears of
poor Colter, who, urged with the
hope of preserving life, ran with a
speed at which he himself was sur
prised. He proceeded towards Jeffer
son Fork, having to traverse a plain
six miles in breadth, abounding with
the prickly pear, on which he every
instant was treading with his naked
feet. He ran nearly half way across
the plain before he ventured to look
over his shoulder, when ha perceived
ff^^L^V* JifffM #lfWn f^fflfisf
that the Indians were very much scat
tered and that he had gained ground
to a considerable distance from the
main body but one Indian, who
carried a spear, was much before all
the rest, and not more than a hundred
yards from him.
A faint gleam of hope now cheered
the heart of Colter. He derived con
fidence from the belief that escape
was within the bounds of possibility.
But the confidence was nearly fatal to
him, for he exerted himself to such a
degree that the blood gushed from his
nostrils, and soon almost covered the
fore part of his body. He had now
arrived within a mile of the river,
when he distinctly heard the appall
ing sound of footsteps behind him, and
every instant expected to feel the
spear of his pursuer. He again
turned his head and saw the savage
not twenty yards behind him.
Determined, if possible, to avoid the
expected blow, he suddenly stopped,
turned around and spread out his
arms. The Indian, surprised at the
suddenness of the action and perhaps
at the bloody appearance of Colter,
also attempted to stop, but, exhausted
with running, he fell while attempting
to throw his spear, which stuck in the
ground and broke in his hand. Colter
instantly snatched up the pointed part,
with which he pinned the Indian to
the earth, and then continued his
The foremost of the Indians, on ar
riving at the place, stopped until oth
ers came up to join them, and then
gave a hideous yell. Every moment
of this time was improved by Colter,
who, although fainting and exhausted,
succeeded in gaming the skirting of
cottonwood trees on the borders of the
fork, to which he ran and plunged into
the river. Fortunately for him a lit
tle below this place was an island,
against the upper point of which a
raft of drift timber had lodged. He
dived under the raft, and after several
efforts got his head above wawar,
among the trunks of trees coveted
over with smaller wood to the depth
of se\ eral feet. Scarcely had he se
cured himself when the Indians ar
rived on the river, screeching and
yelling, as Colter expressed it, like
so many devils.*'
They were frequently on the raft
during che day and were seen through
the chinks by Colter, who was con*
gratulating himself on his escape, un
til the idea arose that they might set
the raft on fire. In horrible suspense
he remained until night, when hear
ing no more from the Indians, he dived
from under the raft and swam instant
ly down the river to a considerable
distance, when he landed and traveled
all night. Although happy in having
escaped from the Indians, his situa
tion was still dreadful. He was com
pletely naked under a burning sun, the
soles of his feet were filled with the
thorns of the prickly pear he was
hungry and had no means of killing
game, although he saw abundance
around him and was at a great dis
tance from the nearest settlement. Al
most any man but an American hunter
would have despaired under such cir
cumstances. The fortitude of Colter
remained unshaken. After seven days
of sor travel, during which he had no
other sustenance than roots, he at
length arrived at Lisa's Fort on the
Big Horn branch of the Yellowstone
river.N. Y. Graphic.
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