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SCARED THE RED MEN
HOW A CROWD OF CATTLEMEN BROKE
UP A GHOST DANCE.
A Tlon"n C?nlle Dornhnrdmrnt That
Stampeiln' Thrr-o Hundred Braves
nnd Stai-oil Them on a Run That Last
el Into the Next Day.
"VTo navor called Rooney by tho
ranm of Sick, although bis Christian
iinmfl rvas John, and in (be cntllo coun
try thry was few men named aftor
l yrist's cbicf disciple who wag not
kunwn tin Jack. Wo always called bim
Job ii Huoney. Tho last I evvr hcerd of
him hi', wrro living up iu Nebraska, not
(it- from OJallalu, on the south fork of
tho Finite, jtjpt after tbo Rlrouw leaves
tho Colorado lino. "
Thus discoursed n former cattleman,
n-to is now persuing a peaceful and
coniiiionpliico life in Kansas City, the
ctliT evrulnp. Ho was talking of life
mi tho big cattle range in the days when
the 1'rt'iio of Dodgo City, Abilene, Hayes
C'irva'id Ellis was on tho wane as tough
tin' us ( f Kansas and their upbuilding as
lnw abiditiR communities bad begun.
"In thnm d:iys, " bo continued, "onr
op'iiinfrs for fun was loss frequent than
n .:i.msil holidays nro at present. It was
ri"!,v hard riding, and lots of it. It
(.ivrs us all a sorter yearning to bust
In. so the ciucbes and raise hell at the
fiist oppnrtnnity, and sobjf times tho
way v o did it was as unique as they
v;iu startling The time I speak of in
this p'Tticlder yarn wo was grazing a
hi.- lunch of cattle, mostly long horns, iu
tho Cherokee strip, along 'tbo north
fork of the Canadian river, withju a
day's riding of old Fort Supply. The
i.'fmijcs (Hid some other tribes used to
rnrrv in there for their grecu corn and
Imrvwr dsincps aud bavo highfallootin
fi!r tinira in general. We all remarks
this and aponks of it sorter scornful bo
eiwo did not like Injnns much uo
lniT When 1 fay this, 1 don't mean
that rorroy was the one to put the
quirt tn lninus. lie was overquiet
on the sub,)eet Uo generally was peace
ful like and ca'm. Ho was a thinker,
Iinom v was, and with some schooling
ami a little p-ilitics would have been a
j;ri:it man in the city I 'low.
"Ahi '.it this time the camp begins to
pet shert on grub, and some four or five
of tho hoys was sent to Medicine Iiodgo,
across tho Kansas lino, with wagons to
bring hack a supply of necessaries. Kan
fas was not a prohibition Etate then,
n:;d yon could got most any kind ft
stimulant in Medicine Lodge that is
to say, tboy had rye and liourbon whis
ky, mid 1 purpose they also had beer.
In them days 1 never could see tho vir
tues of beer.-
"As 1 was Raying, you could get
ahorit any kind of liquor you wanted in
Medicine Lodge, aud so wo kept pretty
well wet. Rooucy hero displayed bis
sanity. While we all had forgotten
all about thorn pesky Injnns bo cotics
in one day we was to leave and puts in
to tho wagon about 20 of them big ro
man randies that shoot ton times, you
know, each shot a big ball of yellow,
red or bluish Hume.
" 'What yon pniuR to do with tb?m
Fourth of .luly livings now?' wo nil asks,
E"enif as bow it was getting closer to
" 'Never you mind that,' said John,
tinder winkins bis eye southeast.
"So tvoo.11 was mighty curious during
thi trip back to the Canadian, bnt says
raithii'fj. A few days nfter we gets back
them lojniiJ begins gathering for a an
imal (tiiM; of Kruno kind, and then ouo
night tbty prera''1'8 to one of them
dnnccs. Cf course, all of tho boys what
could bo spared wanted off to eeo the
monkey bnsiuesH of them redskins.
Then .lohn Uooney, bo called a council
nf iv ar mid n folded tho secret of them
rarami candles what bo bought at Med
icino Lcdf!0. lie tells all tbo boys, somo
IS ir iimid.tr, to stay with hini, uud
Iffds tho v ay to the timber, where tho
(:!io.'t d.ineo was point; on Wo nil takoa
dim of tbein romun randies and no one
wen ls ft word or coughs or makes auy
" When them 1100 braves wein-tonring
up tho pronud aud yelliuK nt thohciitht
of iho dance, we gets tbo word from
Kinney and lights np them candles
mimltnnoous, and they begin shooting
iiro aud brimstono into them lujuns
eiire enough. The boys wasn't used to
shouting o!T them things and was about
half scared rtieirsolves at the devilish
kissinR and tho sparks, but them Injuns
well, 1 cau't say what they tboufibt,
bnt it was plain how they acted. Some
(if m took to tho othor side of tho
woods, same jumped straight tirx a lot
went for tho north fork of tho Canadian,
running so fast it 'ud take four men to
fen 'cm. Btou then? Well, I guess not.
Tiny jumped right iu aud swum for
dear life. They never stopped to seo
that the blamed fire had quit, and ful
lers working on the range tbo other
dn et tho fork said they suw them
tunning the next morning when they
was just starting their day's riding.
"1'hi't night's devilment like to got
is all into trouble, though, ')d the
Most of us discreetly struck out for
Kansas to avoid auy unpleasant couko
'lueni oH. Rut laugh say, I never laugh
ed so in my life. "Kansas City Star.
A Good Lair.
A law has just been passed in Franoe
forbidding any ouo to give solid rood to
infants under n year old withou the
written authority of a physician. In
Franco, too, the long rubber tubes to
feeding bottles aro forbidden under
heavy penalties. Everywhere peoplo tire
warned not to uso them, the reason bo
fcig that it is impossible to keep them
Mrs. Da Stylo Dear me! What a lot
tif society news you've got hold of
Men to a full description of Miss Tip
bip n I'aris trousseau ! Where did you
hear It 1 1 ?
Mim 1) Style At the symphony con
cert -New York Weekly
'ne or Max O'licU'M KsjuTlcncra.
Ojico when Max O'iUdl was etayin.7
at h hotel he had occasion to complain
8f Ui umrkr-d incivility and neglect of
a waiter. Tho proprietor apologized, as
suring Mm O'Kell that no finch com
plaint had ever been mndo before.
When the waiter was reprimanded, ho
explained himself thus: "It's not to be
expected that a self respecting Scotsman
could wait oh him with civility. Didn't
he say wo took to tho kilt because our
fov't were too huge to get through
trousers?" Loudon Telegraph. .
THE STAGE DRIVER'S BLUFF.
Ualrbrandth Ktm-lrt of Accident. Which
Knlle.l to Awu t)e l'n.aeuger.
As we left Sandy Gulch for Rising
L" " with t:S male t tticngei's to
go by the stage, and the roi.tu v.ns over !
tho mountains and full of d ances of i
uibasier. ine driver came rut from
breakfast as soon as the stage wasreodv,
aud looking about on the pnsseugers ho
elected a small, pale faced man aud
lvVi1-ted him t0 cli!"b CP befiide him
While tbo palo faced man was climbing
the driver whispered to the rest of us:
"1 picked him out in order to scare
bim to death. You fellows will seo a
heap of fun before we've gone ten
Two minutes west of tbo gulch the
road made a sudden turn, with a sheer
fall of 100 feet down to Wild Cat creek,
and the driver put his horses at the gal
lop aud said to the man:
"We may get around all right, or we
may fetch np down below. Hold your
breath and say your prayers."
The passenger made no move and did
not change countenance, nnd after mak
ing the course all right the driver rather
"Didn't you seo that the off wheel
run within a foot 6f the edge of the
"It ran within six inches, sir," v?ns
Beyond the curve was a down grade
of a mile, and with a yell and a flour
ish of his whip tho driver urged his
horses to a dead run. The five of us in
side had to hang on for dear life, and
every half minute the stage scorned
bouud to go over. i-
"Did yon know thnt if we'd struck a
rock we'd all been dead men iu no
"Of course. "
"Aud you wasn't prayin?"
"Not at all."
Three or four miles farther on the
driver tried his mau with another curve.
In his determination to make a close
call of it one wheel ran off the edge of
tho precipice, aud only a sudden effort
of the horses saved the coach. Wo were
flung iu a heap and frightened half to
death, but the man beside the driver
never lost a puff of his cigar. When
things were safe, the driver turned on
him with :
"That surely was tho brink of tho
"Guess it was," was tbo quiet reply.
"The desert ebave you will ever hev
till tho lust one comes."
"See here, now, bnt what sort of a
critter are you?" was the query. "Don't
youkuow 'uuff to fit slttai t?"
".Nothing has happened yet to scare
"But mebbo you want liic to drive
plumb over a precipice 1,000 fi-otbigh?"
"If you conveniently can. Tho fact
is, I came off up hero iuteuding to com
mit suicide, and if you can dump tho
whole of us over some cliff you'll oblige
me. " Atlanta Constitution.
Stopped the Fight.
"Well," said Bliggs while sitting up
in bed talking with the family lawyer,
"I'll, tell you all about it, bnt not a
word to uuy one else, mind you. I'm a
sight and scarred up 1 iko the hero of a
German university, but I supposo it's
something to bo alive.
"You know the governor has been
urging mo to strike out and seo what I
could do for myself. He'd advance the
mnnov. tn tin churned auaiust mv share
of th'.' estate of course. I kept my eye
open aud I taw a chance that was worth
a fortune in one plunge. A couple of
fellows in our set bad a falling out,
with which I think jealousy had some
thing to do, and agreed to put on the
gloves us a safe and honorable way of
settling their differences. They had a
private ball, aud it didn't requiro two
thoughts cu my part to convince mo
that a reproduction of their mill would
ixiako a hit and fortune. To make sure
I provided myself with both a v'itascope
and a veriecope. I bad a big pile of
films on band for the occasion, aud you
know that these films are of celluloid.
Tho janitor was my fellow conspirator.
"About the third round, and while
we were getting along swimmingly,
there was an explosion like the blowing
nr, nf n dvimmite factory, tbo select au
dience stampeded, tho principals hustled
down tho lack stairs and the police
found me unconscious under a wreck.
Something bad set that celluloid off,
and I'll never know what did it. No
one else bas a theory. Just tell tho gov
ernor that 1 made a bad investment."
Detroit Free i'ress.
New York Knellnh.
We have been told by a keen nnd in
telligent observer who has returned to
this city after a sojourn of two years
abroad that the average New Yorker is
becoming very careless with his Eng
lish ; not only does he jumble his words
together in every conceivable sequence,
but he makes a gesture to supply a noun
or verb aud rattles off slang tho analogy
of which is often intelligible only to
himself. Without recalling for the mo
ment auy specific examples, .we believe
our friend to be correct. He does not go
far enough, however; there is another
side If the New Yorker at times tries
to get an idea out in tno iewess.
words, on other occasions he is tediously
tautological aud prolix. One has only
to keep an open ear in a car ride up
town to liud confirmation for this.
Here, as though relaxing the exigency
of economy of speech that has been prac
ticed while discussing affairs all day,
needless and endless repetitious take
place aud the obnoxious "I say intro
duces half the phrases that are uttered.
We haven't auy explanation to make,
however, or remedy to offer.-New
York Times. .
"Why aro some statues made life
size and somo beroio size?"
"A life size statue represents a man
as big as be was, and a beroio size
.. ,,..!. him as big as be
thought he wa"-t'liicago Kccord.
Sarah Bernhardt 'and Mile. Eartet of
tho Comedie Fraucuise bavo been e ect
S Jio" presidents of the committee
iu charge of class 18 (material of the
rmal art) of the 1900 exhibition of
which M. Gnilhard, director of he
rr, nd Opera, is president. They aro the
r t won en hol'u - official managers
Klomn.iUeenot connected with wo-
The republic of Uruguay bas more
uewspapei's in propoithm to .ts popula
tion Han any country in the world.
SHE WON BEAUTIFULLY.
It Coat film tho lie tier I rt of a Cljar to
They boar-1 -d an east bound Market
street car at Forty-first fctrect. It wi"i
after 1 o'clock in the morning, and ho
wanted to smoke, having probably just
dined or supped at a ball which was be
ing given in tho ncigb I orhood. Sbo
didn't want to smoke nnd she didn't
want to be separated from him.
"Come on inside the cur," sho plead
ed. "No," he answered. "I am going to
smoke. Go iusido yourself, and when I
have finished my cigar I will join you."
But this didn't suit her.
"If you stay out here to smoke," sho
retorted, "I'll stay right with you."
He looked at her n moment, and then
evidently concluded that the was bluff
ing. Pulling out a big cigar, he lighted
it, and, settling himself comfortably
against tho dashboard of tbo car, he be
gan to pull away as if bis life depended
upon it. Nothing daunted, she took a
place alongside of him and calmly fold
ing her arms started up a lively con
versation. The spectacle was an odd one, and at
tracted tbo attention of every passenger
in the car as well as of those who got
on at various corners. Ho tried to urgo
her iusido the car a number of times,
tut she refused to go. Iu this fashion
the two rode across the bridge aud half
way to city hall before ho weakened.
The anticipated jeers of the peoplo be
knew would bo on Market street in the
center cf the city were too much for
him, and, throwing away tho biggest
end of bis cigar, be sullenly said,
"Well, if you won't go inside without
me I suppose I'll have to trot along. "
Then he took a scat away rp iu the
front cud, and she settled herself beside
him. Meanwhile -the whole car smiled
audibly. Philadelphia Inquirer.
WHAT IT COSTS TO SMCKE.
A Library Which Materialized From Ta
booed Five Ccut Cigar.
"How can you afford all these books?"
asked a young man, cailiug upon n
friend. "I can't seem to liud tpare
change for even the leading magazines. "
"Ob,' that library is enly my 'one
cigar a day,' " was the reply.
"What do you mean, " inquired tbo
"Mean? Just this: When you advised
mo to indulge iu an occasional cigar
several years ago, I had been reading
about a young fellow who bought books
with money that ethers would have
burued iu cigars, aud 1 thought 1 would
try to do the same. You may renumber
that 1 said I should allow myself one
r.pnr a r1:!v?"
"Yes, I recall the conversation, but
don't quite see the conui ctiou."
"Well, 1 never snicked, but I put by
tho price cf a G cent cigar every day,
and as tho money accumulated I
bought books tho very books you see."
"You don't mean to say that your
books cost no more than that I Why,
there are dollars' worth of them."
"Yes, I know there are. I had six
years more of my apprenticeship to
serve when you advised h 'to bo a
man,' I put by tho money, which, at A
cents a day, amounted to$lS.25 a year,
or $10!) GO iu six years. I keep those
books ly themtelves as a result of my
apprenticeship cigar money, and if
you'd done us I did you would by tbiti
time bavo saved many, many more dol
lars than I have and would have been
better off in health aud self respect be
The AI-!ce Good K!ct.
Amoug tbo lofty mountains and ele
vated valleys of Switzerland the Alpino
horn has another uso besides that of
sounding tbo faifamed "Kauz des
Vcohes, " or tow song, and this is cf a
very solemn uud impressive nature
When the sun bas tit in tbo valley
and the tucwy summits ( f the moun
tains gleam w itu golden light, the herds
man who dwells upon the highest hab
itable spot takes bis burn and pro
nounces clearly and loudly through it,
as through a sptaking trumpet, "1 laisr
the Lord God." As soon as tho sound if
heard by tbo neighboring herdsmen
they issue from their huts, take their
Alpino borus uud repeat the same words.
This frequently lasts a quarter cf an
hour, and the call resounds from all tho
mountains aud rocky cliffs around.
When silcuco ngain reigus, tbo herds
men kneel and pray with uucoversd
heads. Meantime it has become quite
dark. "Good night!" at last calls the
highest herdsman through his bom.
Tho words resound from all the moun
tains, the horna of tho herdsmen and
tho cliffs, and the mountaineers then re
tire to their dwellings. Pittsburg Dis
patch. Thrifty George Curzon.
The Hon. George Cnrzou, who mar
ried beautiful Miss Loiter, is decidedly
canny. He recently rented a country
mansion furnished, but without the
family plate, and so was compelled to
provide candlesticks for tho bouse. He
tried to exact from the landlord's agent
a pledge that at the expiration of tho
lease he would take these candlesticks
off his hands at two-thirds of what they
cost. The agent demurred at first, but
when he dibcovered that they were 1G
in number, of japanned tin and cost 4.
cents each, he solemuly agreed to pay
$4 for tho lot when Curzon leaves.
"Edie," cried tho mother from the
hall below, "what's all that noise up
stairs? It's shocking." ,.
"Oh, it's theso two dolls of nrfiin,
mamma. I'm going to put tlietfi right
to bed and see if we can't have a little
pouce. " Detroit Free Press.
Tbo Doctor Was Out.
A doctor perpetrated a witticism nt
his own oxpeuso lute 011:1 night last
weok. Ha had loit bid Lt:;hkey, the
door was locked, ho was cold from a
long rido, aud the more hj clauged the
doorbell tho moro the suspicion grew
in his mind that somo one had chloro
formed tbo household.
But his sister had been aroused by
tho bell. "Some oue to see tbo doctor
aud ho'sout, and I shall have to answer
the bell or they'll ring nil night, "she
said to herself aud hurried down to the
door clad iu light uttiro and sleepy im
patience. Opening the door a little, not far
enough to pvescut her dishabille to uuy
intruding eye, she sbo;ited into the
frosty air, "Thu (Uietor's out!" aud
closed the door with the quickness' of a
"Yes, 1 know he's out, " screamed the
irr.te M. D., "and he wants to get iu. "
An Article For Which There I. Always a
Among the very great variety of i
thintjs lliat may be bought at second- I
hand are Ftnokestacks of iron or of j
steel. It may be that an establishment '
puts in a bigger boiler aud wants a big- j
ger stack. If it is using a steel or an I
iron ttack, the old one is taken down
carefully and a new cue set np. .The old
stack may be sold to a dealer iu second
band boilers and machinery, or the
owner may keep it and sell it himself
to somebody that wants a secondhand
smokestack. If it is sold to a dealer, bo
may removo it to bis own yard, or it
may be that the original owner keeps it
cu his premises until the dealer has
6old it. A manufacturer may move from
ouo place to another nnd sell the old
plant, or parts of it. Here would be a
secondhand smokestack. Secondhand
stacks are bought Ly various ui;ers. It
may bo that thauiokestack of an estab
lishment is worn out and that the boiler
is not nnd that a secondhand stack
would last out the life of the boiler. Iu
sur h a case tbo user would get u second
hand stack if be could liud one suitable.
Secondhand stacks may be used with
various temporary plants set r.p by con
tractors aud others. A smokestack may
be blown down iu a windstorm and the
user supply the place of it with one
A stetl or iron stack costs about half
as ii' nth us a brick stack. A secondhand
iron stack cc s ts about half as much as a
new ouo. Stacks of metal are made now
usually of steel. The steel used costs
now less than wrought iron. There is
an increasing use cf steel instead of
brick stacks Steel stacks np to (i and 7
feet in diameter would be classed as
portable Etacks; larger stacks would 'bo
of moro or less permanent character.
Steel smokestacks are now made up to
18 feet iu 'diameter. Vefy large smoke
stacks may be lined with brick.
Secoudbard stuckt stacks up to 2 feet
in diameti r'ure likely to be found in
stock in the j aid cf the dealer iu second
hand boilers and machinery, and be is
likely to have stacks i f larger sizes else
where. Tbcie is ulways a demand for
secoudhaud smokestacks. New York
AVOIDING "A TOUCH."
One Woman'. Cheerful Method of Deny
ing a IN. lite IlcqneHt.
Men have something to learn from
women in the art of warding off
"touches" for coin, Women rescind to
such requests about once in every thou
sand times, but tbey aro scientific in
their refusals. A Washington woman
with a rcputulion as a borrower turued
up at the ben.c cf one of her friends tho
other morning with a much dene over
story about a persistent and threatening
dressmaker and the usual request for
the loan "pay it back tomorrow, cer-tain"-of
"Why, my dear, certainly," was tho
pleasant response to her carefully re
hearsed little yarn. "You poor thing,
you! Just wait till I run up stairs and
get my purse. "
t hu ran np strirs. The male head cf
the house baprcued to be iu the rccra
where the kept her pcrsc- He saw he?
dig t lie purse cut oi a chiffonier drawer
and deliberr.ti ly rctiK ve a wail i f bills
froni it, h u ii g el ' v.t 137 cents in Eilver
nndrepier in the hr.nge riccptaelo.
Th man was mean : cugh to Kan ever
the stair railing when his wife went
down stairs to the parlor with her flat
tened potki tbouk iu bir baud.
"Oh, I'm su sorry, Mrs. X.," bo
heard her say, "but 1 really thought 1
had the money. I find, though, that
John, us usual, has been nt my purse
I heard him say toi tbirg nl . nt fet
tling a pknutir's bill last night v.beu 1
was half asleep m d the mean 1! ing
has only bit me c.r.; ' f;h for ccr lure.
Too bad ! Of miio, y en knew, if I bad
it," etc. Wl:ii)g1(.'U Pott.
Tlie Cniii C ninei lint k.
"I lsavctuco or tv. ico ltmllicw finiall
tbo v.crld was," ti.id n youug fellow,
"ui!d rute or tvito Ilnvc corn Fttiicii
of tho t.r.we hind I r.ni fvum to tell. 1
confess I i:cvrr he)inved them, but urtw
I ktiuw better. Last fouuuer, wbcu in
New York on my mutual visit, 1 wns
struck with a surkleu whim cud
Bcratched my initials ou a S5 rent picco,
cutting into ti e fcilvi r deep riiough to
make a lasting imt rcssiou. 1 i aid lor n
cigar iu the Ilofimnn House with the
coin and guyed myself with Ixiny fool
ish. I had forgotten all about the quar
ter when 1 entered a Carrolltou car and
gave a half dollar to the conductor. Im
agine my surprise w lieu be bunded me
iu change the 25 cent piece I Fuent in
tbo Hoffman Houee! 1 think 1 will keep
the coin now and ever more as u curios
ity," and the speaker pulled tho money
from bis pocket aud showed it iu veri
fication of his story. New Orleans
Accident insurance policies have tak
en many curious shapos, ranging from
the penny in the elot to the rrupou iu
the weekly newspaper, hut tho limit
has been reached iu London, where tbo
purchaser of a book of cigarette paper
Is insured for $50 for a period of 70
days. Tbo annual cost of this amount
of insurance is about 78 cents a yuir,
provided the holder of the novo policy
is not n cigarette fiend. The amount of
insurance is gpeciflca)'? pet abide for
the defraying of funeral i xpeuses in the
eveut of accidental death. New York
Animals are often able to bear very
protracted fasting. In tbo Italian earth
quakes of 171)5 two bogs were buried
iu the ruins of a building. They were
taken out alivo 4a days later, but very
lean aud weak.
During tho latt 0 years C!reat Brit
ain has been at war more fnqueutly
tbau any other natiou. The total num
ber of large and small wars waged dur
ing that liuiu amounts to about 50, or
one a yefir.
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