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rWtaTRUE TALES OF THE P1AIN
conrntairr.ieoo.BY wiluati r.cooV,
NT. of tho mojt thrilling pir-v
sural .xpeilenies tint I ever
luurd was that of Lieutenant
tin ftliHri tv Im il I lit nff
,w - "". ...... -.-- jufli , iii-,;-wu mill I.CT.UM J'JHICIl w ou,iiui-. uui ic I'l ill. in-n. mui, ni
froul liono's command nt the Utile thorn, having left their hornet w here . far nu signs of the hostile Nlmtx were
lilg lloru ami spent two dj)S nnd tiuy llriit met, nUUIln;: rrass ,bi their tiuuutcred Our plctiirwiuc ("row
nights tilled with such narrow escape n,),trlU tu prccul then Irani attract und Crve iilllos luid brought liiforuin
nnd blind luidllng tlnu.ora us to make, Sj. uttentlnii Wrapping their I 1 u"ei i Hon of th near uppruuefy uf tin; Sioux,
under the condition, the mutt callous around tbvlr head), tlfi'y Mil civile I In .and we were In hoiirl) expectation tint
man's hair Ktiind on vrd. I ccnpln-r Into the till 1; brush nlo!utl.e buj:oi Mould appear to dispute
In the light he was guarding n iiony ' tnc bank of the erec'i. I'roni here they our repress PI ilns ncnrrrd by deep
crossliiR with I'lKht men, when one of ny; nm Mcltmanll ln.il Jiluul ljeni rniiyons we pusued which mUbt ron-
tlicm saw: "i.ieuteiiat.t. get jour norse
-quick! Iteiio's roiroitlns!" Hut as
no trumpet h.id been sounded nod no
onler had been given bo hvdlnted nml"
walled for the villi. As the ineu had
nvu tho Covin rv.n ...n;,, . .... ere
umnloiisly left, nnd He Itudlo. M-vtui;
the KUldou left behind, lode I1.11K to
Ct-t It, which he did. hut saw thirty-lite
or forty Iiidlms cotului;. lie dashed
off, and they llnd n Milley; but. Ii'.m
111); luw oil his horse. It went hlirh over
him. He rode Into the thick under
brush, when the; llreil ninny shuts Into
the woods, the bullets Milling til"
branches nil uruiind him He trussed
the erect:, scrumhlluc; up the bant:,
when suddenly he saw huudrvds of In
dians In front of him, not tlfty )iirds
distant, shnotliiK nt the retreatlm; nul
dlers, with their hicks toward him. lie
Instantly saw that he was entirely cut
off. Wlille thinking huw desperate a
run fur It It wuuld lie, the thought of
wife nod children nerved him, and ho
wns nhout to lirnve It when a Juuug
Indian about thirty yards distant ou
his rtxht tired nml killed his horse.
The shut attracted the other Indians,
nnd I)e Itudlo J u input down the bank,
hiding In mi excavation, mid svcrai
volleys Mere fired, so iiccurntely Hecin
liiKly that the Indians tbouitht he limit
A tcrrlhlo yelllui; bcmi nmoup the
Indians, and all nt once the firing
ceased. 1'eerhiB out. he saw the cause.
Captain lleutecn's cSliiinu was cum
in K oer the hills mid had attracted
thalr uttuutlun. It aroused the hope
that they would come near enough fur
1) I tu to Join them, but In n few minutes
they disappeared, mid the Indians all
started o(T In that direction, lleuo's
command hud eldcntly rallied, mid
they all Kut tuKfthcr, su his only hope
was to trawl around under the under
brush and Kct us near Helm's com
mand us ho could, which ho could
plainly see. At the euine time there , "eccne linn in tlio nigOiUy preleml.
was u movement on uuother hill on tbo l to be men of Custer party. This
right, nnd be thought he saw fur n ! ,lrln "' "u "u1'0 '"" Kll"g the In
luiiinvnt f icueml Custer mid suinu of- llnn yell put the lteiio men on their
nccra, nnd then they dlsappeare.1. 1 iwril. Proceeding on their1 way. two
While ijuleOy going through the brush ' Indiana laniti bunting fortbefug!tlcs.
in, iiHiinl u u-liUtien-il "I.li'iiteiouit. beileWng. of course, that It was only
lieutenant!" Then he reviigiilziil I'd-
vutc O'.N'ell of O troop and Reran!. In-
torpretcr. and Scout JiicUon. "Tho
itwo latter bud horses, but O'.S'ell's had .
Oornid mid Jackson would not desert
their burses, fr.irlii'.' they would nelh
or he seen, as Indians were pasting
Ttum hid In ii. dteji part uf Uie mtk.
back and forth, attracted by heavy
firing on the village, which must hao
boeii tho Custer fight. Ah they refused
to leave tho horses, be started with
O'Nptl ufoot on their own hook.
At otic tltuo mi Indian rudu within a
few feet of them, cut n switch und
weut on. They were then at tho edge
of u clearing, which they duns! nut
cross until diirk, mid they bid thoui
nelvus between soma driftwood In a
hole, plating their cartridges all around
buudy ami ready for the expected at
tack. Two shots were fired hi dose prox
imity, nud they thought they wero
gouo. Peering out, they s-iw that It
was Indian women who wero inutllnt
tug thu bodies of some tleud soldiers.
Searching around the gruuud, they
came mi ueur that they weie tempted
to tiro ut them.
, The IlidUus seemed to he. although
occupied, suspicious that tonic wero
''BS- BSk til Taa klll5
L al I ' 'TWLaMIUaaW.'
a'j hrWud the buV.iei and io ret fire
to the tlinbvr. Tbo ruiuuo nml flames
forced them 'but tir their hiding Jd.ice .
I . ....I . . .! I..I....I I
jt!l n,e paeh tr.iM. At tha l.ulih of
the llrlm: Ij tl.o dluftloa where lus
trr wn, liumlrpji of n-dlim K'turncd.
nnj the I'ght t:i I lie hill was l.e,it up
n ,,s!,i, ilu ini koolu pit tli.lr
hnrsoi and. wlt'i O'.Vcll iind lie Iladlo
huliUus t'li' t -IN, ths-ldisl to fi nl t ie
rltcr urili.r t'.'!r!:m"s rt Ih" pl.ve
where they lud irussid In the nun
In?. I!y inakl'i ; n t'.et) ur i it'id the 1 1
dhtn nnd ni It w s dir'. they p.iid
tlose to three biindi of re I men v. Ith
nut tin In t iMn'i f IVVi It Htiil lln Iln.tl.i I
on the tc Its-Inn I Leepliu nluliitlde the
hires mil out of shiht. The fourth
paity mm' uluu mill shouted to then i
In Sioux, n'Jd .Inckuiu uud Uvrard i ut
lo3u n::d the two ufoot dropped nud
hid In the unKcbrush.
Ihe Indlauj pursued the horsemen
a short illstance, Urjng shots at them,
hut did Uot see the two men In the
sitgcbrush, although they passed In sin
gle Ulo within thrco or four feet of
O'XcJl and be reached the font and
decided to secrete theuitehes nnd wait
uutll du) light. Tho moon came out but
dimly, and they saw n party that look
ed like American cuvulry, us they were
nti AnmHpfin lmrniu mil i1rwifi,t in tttn
subtler' uniform, tho leudc rldlug a
horrel homo with four white legs. He
was sure that It was Cnptulu Tom I'us
ter. Elated, ha cried out, "Hello, cup
talnl" The rider stopped, and, although
they could not see htm, a fiendish yell
nnd u vollay of bullets told theui they
were Indiana. They rushed through
the brush, tho Indlaus rlrllig at tbo
moving hushes volley lifter volley.
Their escape was mlmculous.
It turned out uftt-rwurd that thesu
Indians by their tiring spoiled u bit uf
stratagem they had arranged to deceit e
Hello by dressing In tbo clothes ot
dead soldiers of Custer's commund,
und, equipped with clluklug tJilx rs Iind
on American horses, they uxscted to
" wounded suldler. Vhlle hunting
r them' they upprouched within the
'"J' a,ui' -'hleutly having seen
Im'u'. 0,ie JumiM-u irom uis uorse.
wiien no uuuio uiisi iiuu nropiei mm
dl'iu1' O'Nell's carbine kuocklug the
other one out of his saddle and killing
him. The lndlnns In tho hills buw- the
flash and. punt mid llred another lolluy
In that direction, but the two desperute
ueu hastily concealed themselves be
hind a bl; lug wblib several bullets
luid struck. Thu bullets,, struck the
ground within n few feet nnd teu
lucbes ot tboui continuously.
Again the woods were fired at this'
polut, hut as It had bceti rainy In tho
at cuing the smoka wns stronger than
the llnmes nnd was thus their inlvu
lion, uud they hid In ft deep part of
the trick with only their heads out ut
'water, but with their cartridges-mid
r.rt-.iruU on the bauk rclidv for tictlun.
Uhey rcmn'.tiut there ahd In it little
uusls of biHhus that the tire hud not
touched, without tmnlug fir1 apvukllig, I
UUIll V UllVlit Ull lllf AOIU Ol. dUlllli
Aliimt A fi..!.., lr tlirtM. t lirli Iwn bli.mil
pUtCt shots flruJ, the ludtau teiotte
left bis H)t nt t!ie ford mid a loud
Mileo was lieurd bJr.iugullu tUt hi'
01 uis, und n blind of throe or four Iiuu.
dnd piiHstdilosel) and rode off.' Tllcy
could tt.e them for uiliet down the
rier uud heurd them Muglnr'n pecal
lur limit. Uy C.:ill they had goue Its
far us they rould see, pud It was evi
dent that something lidd cuused thflh
to iiiuio away, as It uppeuntl tu them
that the troops Uut,t liuM) also left the
Iluugry, exhausted and dispirited
tholr condition imi he linugliid.-tth
tomuiaud guue, and they a uuuUrvU
miles front the Yelluwstuuu rlvrl
However, when U'i)lhlug was CjUhit
In tho durk ulght they sturtcd.lu the
direction of Hello's nitwit, uud nftor
uhout flte miles thoy luliio to n blyb
hill, from which they huw n, tire. A
times tbo Arc dlsnpiwnred, aud they
concluded that thuio must ho human
beings passing nruuud It, which hid It
occasionally from sight. Hut what
kind of human biiugs ludkiifj or
whltoV tfuuru wus the rub. Tbey
cruwitnl uu Willi great cautlousucs't.
fearing the Indians would have to bo
crawled through even to reach Iteno,
If It was Itcuu, when their heirts were
raised by ihu braying of a mute. Still,
he might bo u captured mule, so thoy
irept along on their bellies cautiously
until they got so uenr that they heard
voices tull.lt'g lu Uugljsh. Thoy
imultd within a huidrid yards of
the lilble party and called out to the
phkut who lliey were, Uu Itudlu nnd
O'Nell. 'Tor (iod's suite, don't shoot!"
A ihccr froui the pl.i.et, and In a few
minutes the tired nnd famlsheiT iqi
Ttrors of man) menial deaths were
launching irai'Lcis mid foffee with '
lie ltudlu'.s reception by his com
rades brings to mind the time when
nu iirmy mis drawn up In buttle lino (
'o receive uie. . I
t will refer to one of the press dls- '
intdies sent from Tern's Command to I
-le nu act until uf thl Incident: I
, "Our inarch now lay through n sue- I
rcMlon of nhaiidoiied Indian camps. I
' rIh wing that we were oil the t mil ot I
ihe Sioux. The Ueaihed hopes of but- '
irilues and now nnd then tho shaggy
I hc-i.l of this muiiiir' h uf the plains.
testifying to the nsent panrnge of Ip-
.nn lilltitnm wurtt Itlnt with frnltl
1. . . J
uie to time scattered among tin
ulrklups or temporary shelters mmle
. ....(.tt.... M...4 ...... I. a .....I.... !... ..
A uljc liurtaiuin tidrunrctl J mm the
coal nn nrmy from view nnd yet were
Imlslule at u few hundred jurtls dis
tant Itlght mid left rim continuous
Hues of bluffs uu either bund, offering
positions that, defended by resolute
ami well armed men, would bo almost
"Suddenly, wbllo standing around a
tiro at u teuimrury stopping pluce, wo
wore startled by u ipihl; suit'esslmi of
utiqarthly yells, and soon after u baud
of Crows, pulnted hideously, hurst Into
camp ut full gallop. They reported
'heap Kloux' coming tuwurd us, more
Sioux th.ui they had eler seen before.
ThN our Informant expressed clearly
In sign language, shuu lug us the HIout
mouuted nud coming to cut uiir throats.
The Interpreter soon after arrived aud
eunllrmed our Interpretation of the In
dian sign liinguugc. Huun wv wore
sUirtlcd by u simultaneous rush ot
the free scouts, who uiiiiuuuced the
Hlour. The troops luuuedl itely furiatd
In line of buttle, nud tho sceue was nu
uulinntul one. Two companies of the
Sexeiith cuinlry. under Captain Trench
und Lieutenant I)e Itudlo, were tu sup
port the scouts lu case uf attack, while
the column was proiierly arranged us
well as the. dltllcult nature of tho
ground would penult,
"One battalion ot the Bel en) h cav
alry, under Cnpt.iln, Weir, formed a
niouutcd skirmishing lino at full gal
lop, nlded by tho Hecond cnvnlry,
drawn up lu column on their flunk uu
der Uenerul Urlsbln nud Lieutenant
Low's battery of three gnus. Thu.
trains wero iloKfd'up, nnd tbo com
panies of the Iifth Infantry, under
General Miles; the Hlxty-slxlh. uuder
Colonel Moore, and tbo Twenty-second.
under Colonel Otis, were extended
along tho thinks nud moved In the
rear as supports. For n few inlniittt
ull wns expectation. and duxlety.
"A stuglo horseman ndvabeul from
the timber, and. tbero was A mutteretl
exiiniiiiitloii from uinliy mouths, 'There
they come!' As wu.strulued our ears
for the report of tho first Rim the
hnrseinuu adtnnced toward tho sklr
uiNhcrs, innklng ktjns tit friendship.
It proved td be Hill Cod, tho scout,
better knuwu ns 'Uuffnlo Dill,' dressLHl
lu the mugulllceucii of tbo border fnsh
Ion, lie niliitiuuled that wo were IU
front of Cuiieriil Crook'H cotiimund ami
said wo might put oft ull bloody
thoughts for that day. 8ich a rceet
tlou probably no mun ocr .leeched, as
warm lu Its greeting as would huve
been thu wuriuth of the, reception ol
the hostllu Sioux." .
The Thundering Legion.
Ill the year A. I), 171 a ltoman legion
made up Mholly or In p.irt of Chris
tians fought under Marcus Atitonlus
agalust the Murcoiiuiiul. The ltoman
army wero shut up lu n deUlc aud ready
to perish from thirst when a severe
thunderstorm, with Iwny rain, reliev
ed them ot tholr distress nud nt tho
same ttmo au terrified their enemies
that it great litory was gained, Tho
Christians attributed their ilelherunco
to the prti)crs they lud Just ptvseiitul
and cuiUildrrrd It mlriiciiluus, ami tbo
term "thundering lci'lun" vas applied
to the soldiers. New York Vmerlcan.
n lw fate
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Kiirnlshed Ti-room nnd 2-room cot
tages. Inquire No. 8 Cottagn
Orovo. ' 4195-tt
rurtilshed ruttnge. near Wulklkl Imr-
racks. Appl I 13 Heath Road.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McCounell, 1223 Craum St.'
Lnrgo front room, nlsu 2-roon 'cot
tage. 729 King St. 419S-tf
Large furnished rooms.
732 KLnau St.
Housekeeping rooms fit lGltf NuUanu
On road to Pall, fox terrier, black
spot on o)c and ear. Answers to
name of "Puppy." Ueward on re
turn to Art Theater. 4200-tC
Hunih of kejo, between Country Cluh
und Plensaiitun Heturu tu Hulle
Pats Hook 2499 lost. Vlndor plcaso
return to Ulthop & Co. 4199-
at the automobiles, buggies 4d car
riages we have recently overhauled
and painted .
THEN SEE US. , f
W. W. Wright Go,
( King Street near South
"Mr. ahd Mrs,
INO, and other
444 KINO 8T:.
King Sireet, Ewa of Fisatmuketj
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE I
WAIK1KI INN .
'The Finest Bathing on the;Bcach.'
Meals At All Hour))T
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Hotel St., bet, BqthcJ and Nuuauu,
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