Calamity Jane's profanity is "highly original and ornate," 1876
An exchange get3 o!T the following "At Dyul wood Ciiy, in the Black Hills, there isa sweet girl known as "Calamity Jane." When not professionally eng-igiil in the leading dance-house, or in breaking in wild breitchos, she is a. mo-t accoru 'piished horsewoman. Dressed in a man's tMickskin suit, she scorns to mount her cantankerous mule otherwise than clothes- pin-rasliiou. Ikr profanity is nM to be -Aighly original and ornate; he chews tobacco elaborately, and is generally re garded as tlie itienm- aix!eai,d unriva led -iielle ot lleHifwnori."