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by; buffalo bill
connu.KT.tsos,Br.wtLLiAti r. cocnr
AITKR the Custer massacre Gen
eral Miles was left lu coin
L uiaiid en tbc Yellowstone nuj
erected huts fur Ills troops and
stores, which wero brought from tlia
Missouri rhcrljy wagon. He built two
posts, one on the Tongue river nud ono
on tbu Yellowstone near where U now
the city of Glcudlre. As soon as theso
wero completed, instead of waiting for
spring, aud summer, be Immediately
planucd to keep up activity against tbc
The Indians greatly annoyed his sup
ply trains, and on one occasion the
train bad to return on account of tbt
ctrcugth of the Indians. TbU roused
the general's Ire, and Instead of tlio
demoralized teamsters lie equipped It
with soldiers us such nud fighting men
to uccouipnuy thorn. Hitting Hull him
self notllled Colonel Otis that bo must
not travel that way, and Miles got aft
er old Hull aud overtook blm at Cedar
creek. The wily thief sent a flsg of
truce, as he wished to puss the winter
comfortably aud wanted permission
to hunt and trade on condition that be
did not attack the soldiers. Hut Miles
would not temporize. He sent word
that there was only one peace, and that
was by submission. During this Hag
of truco they tried to trap blm lu tlio
way In which Ueueral C'anby lost bU
life In tha Modoc conference lu '73, but
Miles "coppered" the gamo and told
Sitting Hull: "I'll take no advantage ot
you under a flag of truce. You havo
Uftecn minutes to get back to your poo
pie and fifteen minutes more to accept
my terms or I'll commence lighting.
Either you or I hate got to bo bots
of this purt of tlio country."
Although the country swarmed with
Indians and bo reply bad come, Miles
attacked them with 'such vigor that
tbey left many of their dead on tha
field, which they never liked to do, and
continued a hot pursuit for over forty
miles, compelling them to abandon
food, lodge poles', camp oqulpngo and
ponies. Eventually -100 lodges and
2,000 Indians surrendered and were
sent to their agencies.
Bitting Hull and bis hoMllo cronies
left iho main body nnd escaped north
ward, whero they were Joined by (Salt
and some other chiefs. This bitter ex
perience was au astoiilsbment to Bit
ting Dull and tbo Sioux, so that It left
that section free from their immediate
depredations. After n return to tho
Tongue river liost and n short rest the
determined commander made up en
expedition to follow Sitting Hairs'
trail northward, althongh It was oblit
erated by deep snow and tho winter
bad opened with great severity, even
"for that region. Tho HufTerlug of the
troops was Intense. A month after
ward Prank Ilaldwln atid the troops
under Miles -overtook nnd hammered
old1 Bull ou two occasions nnd mado
It'so'wnrm for him 'In snch a cold
clltmrte that bo Hook refuge over the
Druix Mi bayoitii clean tlnuwjh the fit
Canadian border. General Miles even
mado application for permission from
the two governments to follow blm to
a finish, but for some reason the high
er authorities did not permit it. Bit
ting Hull's Influence had always been
ably seconded by Gall us a fighter, and
btrc I want to say (hat everybody in
tho "know" recognized Gall as ono of
the bravest and gitmcet of lighting
men that history has produced, wblto
or red. On oilo occasion, lu it tight
with the troops, ho wau shot down nnd
ridden over by the cavalry, and It U
stated that nn Infantry soldier. In the
excitement of the moment and to as
nure IiIm death, drovo hit Imjonet clean
through his body nud left It there, ac
tually pinning blm to tbc ground. His
death scocied assured. Afterward a
rainstorm camu up. which revived
hliu, and he eventually crawled oft lu
tbo darkness nnd lived to lead the tir
ing lino In the Custer and Itcuo fights.
YVurs after I saw the evidence of the
wound In bis stomach. v
Tints Molilalia winter, lilmosfcohllu
ually below xero aud at times so cold
that the mercury froze solid, tried the
soldiers severely. ,
Tbo whole equipment and clothing 'ot
the soldiers bad to tie rearranged, and
furs and buffalo robes, deer bides nud
beaver skins bad to be drawn upon
from tho trading posts on the Missouri
nnd from the agencies. For instance,
leather belts of nil kinds were replaced
by ennvas'ones. Further explanations
would take too long to relate, so suf
fice it to 'say that the Iwlnter campaign
was effectively waged and a'grcat but
tle was fought with Crazy Horse,' who
boldly attacked tbe command with a
nujierlor force. 'Crazy Horse was nn
Ognllala chief who led in the battle
against Crook's command, was an Im
portant factor lu the battle of the Lit
tle Hlg Horn and was a demon In
Ho gave the 'command a most deter
mined fight that "nothing but the
shrewdness of Miles won, as It waged
for hours, the last pare of tbo strugglo
being In'a blinding snowstorm. Sev
eral chiefs were, killed and ,a big
"medlclno 'man" whom Indian super
stition thought Invincible, dishearten
ing ills followers. They fell tack, but
"Hear Coat," as they had nicknamed
Miles, keptiup tho pursuit persistently,
even with frost bitten troops, and
eventually John Urugu!er,.a half breed
and very gallant scout with the com
mand, who got in communication at
tho risk of'bls life 'with Crazy Horse,
convinced tho 'wily chief that Miles
meant what he said, "Surrender and go
to tbe agency or I will attack you or
cry day nnd keep you awako at night,"
This was finally consented to, nnd
Crazy Horse was made to accept Miles'
terms by bis chiefs. Nino remained an
hostages, while be aud 2,000 ot his
warriors surrendered at tho Ited Clond
and Slotted Tult agencies, nnd fiOO
Cheycnncs under Whlto fllull, Two
Moons nnd Hump surrendered at the
Tongue river post.
Crazy norse fretted under tbe re
straint of Camp ItoMnson. nnd. Infor
mation showing that be was planning
to leave tbo agency with some of tho
worst of tho disaffected, It was thought
best to arrest him. This brought about
a fight, in which he was mortolly
-wourided and died, smilingly defying
the white man.
Tbo Chcyennes who surrendered to
Miles were treated by him lu such n
brotherly manner that he eventually
gained their affection nud from among
them enlisted a corps, like the old
Tawnees on the Platte, as scouts.
Miles' winter campaign. In short,
was effective. The next May found
Miles after the Mlnneconjoos, under
Lamo Deer, whom ho followed with
pack'tralna'and no Incumbrances. 'Ho
surprised tbem on tbc Muddy nnd bad
them completely surrounded, whtlo-a
dash by Lieutenant A Cosoy; bed cut
them off from their! ponies. Holioped
to bnvo them surrender 'without fur
ther bloodshed. Whlto Hull, tbe Chey
enne chief, was tbo medium. Their
response to this wa a rifle bullet
through tbo arm and twdy'of White
Dull, btlt the offer 'was again repeated,
and Lome Deer and his warrior. Iron
Btnr. accepted and approached, bot
during thoprley linmo nter stepped
back and deliberately fired nttho gener
al, whoso escspo was mlractilons, as his
oracriy, -wno-waji directly behind mm.
was killed by the sho.t. That settled
tbe 'peaco 'making, and "pumping It
Into tbem" began, Lnmo Deer nnd Iron
Btnr being among tho first' to fall. The
rest Were killed, optdred or scattered.
' 9 .
Soon after the events Just narrated a
mau'I dearly loved and tniHted,. who
had stood bcsldo me nt many n trying
time, bad ridden many a weary ride
arid scouted'wlth uic under great diffi
culties, met bis fate-Jim White, "Huf
A, package of winter clothes had ar
rived for mo by tbe river route, nnd
In parting I bad given blm my best
overcoat, n hat and other togs, and his
death for awhile caused tbo Indians to
report that Pe-na-Has-Ka (that is my
Indian name) bad fallen, and In sev
eral tribes there were held premature
obituary repricing. While sorrowing
for Jim, I was always proud that ho
made a good showing and that he
brought bouor to bis western nick
name, which was given to him lu a
spirit of raillery by no less a-person-ago
than General Tbll Sheridan him
self. I will let General Obarles Kink, who
was present, tell tbo story, which be
has done in hla history, "Campaigning'
"This time It is not my purpose to
writo of 'Uuffalo Dill,' but for blm Ot
another whom I'vo not yet named.
Tbe last time we met, Cody and I, be
asked mo to put in print a, brief notlco
of a comrade wbo was very dear to
him, and It shall bo douo now.
"James White was bis name, n man
llttlo known east of tbo Mlsiourl, but
on tbo plains be was 'Duffalo Dill's'
shadow, I bad met him fOr tbe first
time at McPberson Station, In tho
Platte valley, In 1STI when he came to
me with a horse and the simple Intro
duction that he was n friend of Cody's.
"On many a long day's' march after
that Whlto rode by my aide along tbo
l-auks of (he column, nud I got to
know hltn well. A simpler minded,
gentler frontlersmnn never lived. Ho
was modesty aud courteny combined,
conspicuous mainly because of two or
Ihrec unusual traits for his class-he
never drank, I neier heard him swear,
and no man ever heard him He
"For years be had lieen Cody's faith
fill follower, half servant, half 'pard
her.' He was Hill's 'fldiit Achates.'
Hilt was his adoration. They had been
bojs together, and the hero worship cf
extreme youth was .simply Intensified
In the man. He copied Hill's dress, his
gait, his carriage, hU speech every
thing he (oiild copy
"Poor, houest hearted 'Chips!' His
story was a brief one after we hid
launched out from where Co.lv left l.s
to curry some dtoputches for Terry
"Chips' remained lu his capacity as
scout, though ho fctmcd sorely to miss
"It was Just two"wcck after that we
struck tho Hlout nt Bllm Hutte. As the
head of our column Jogged lu among
the lodges General Carr directed us to
keep on down to face the bluffs (o tha
south, and Mills pointed to u ravine
opening out Into the village. With tho
warning: 'Look out for that gully.
There arc Indians hliideu In there, and
they've knocked over some of my men,'
"nterybody was too busy Just then
to pay much attention to two or three
fMBr XsA Csfl
f ft IAJ f
"CMjis" ;rcwy com uljhdy lit the air.
wounded Indians In a hole. We were
sure ot gettlug them wben wanted. Bo,
placing n couple ot sentinels where
they could warn stragglers away from
Its front, we formed line along the
south aud west of the captured village
and got everything ready to resist tho
attack we knew they would soou make
lu full force.
"Halt a dozen soldlirs got permission
to go over and join in, whllu the rest
of us were hungrily hunting about for
something to eat. The next thing we
heard wus a volley from the ravlue
and saw tbo scouts aud packers scat
tering for cover. One soldier held his
ground-shot dead. Another moment
and it became apparent that not oue or
two but a dozen Indians wero crouch
lug somewhere In that narrow gorge,
nud the muro to get tbem out assumed
proportions. Lieutenant Clark of Gen
eral Crook's staff sprang luto the en
trance, carblno In band, and a score ot
cavalrymen followed, while thovscouta
and others went cautiously along cither
bank, peering warily luto tbo cave
like darknesi at tbe head. A squad rt
nowspaper correspondents, led by that
rccklcks Hibernian Klncrty of tho Chi
cago Times, came tearing over, pencil
lu hand, all eagerness for Items, Just
ns a second volley cuuio from tbo con
cealed foe, and tbrco moro of their' as
sailants dropped bleeding In their
tracks. Now our people were fairly
aroused, nud officers and men by doz
ens hurried to the sccno. Tho misty
air rang with shots, and tbo chances
looked bad for those redskins. Just at
this moment an I was running over
from the western side I caught sight
of 'Chlpt' ou the oppostto crest. All
alone ha was cautiously making his
way ou hands and knees toward tbu
bead of tbo ravine, yvliere he could
look down upon tlio Indians beneath.
As yet ho was protected from tbolr
lire by the bank Itself, hla lean form
distinctly outlined against tho eastern
Sky. Ho reached n stunted tree that
grow on tbe very edgo of tho gorge,
and there bo halted, brought his rifle
close under hit shoulder In readlnous
to aim and then raised himself slowly
to his feet, lifted his bead higher and
higher ns ho peered over. Suddenly a
quick, eager light shone In bis face, a
sharp movement ot bis rifle as though
ho wero nbout to raise It to the
shoulder, when bang a puff ot white
moke floated up from tbo bend of tbo
ravine. 'Chips' sprang couvultlvelyla
tbo air, clasping hla hands to hta
breast, and with one startled, agoulx-
in cry, 'on, my God, boys-goodby.
Dllll' plunged heavily forward on his
face dowu tho slope, Bbot through tbo
"Two minutes moro what Indians
were left alive wero prisoners' and that
costly exporlenco was nt an end.
"Wo burled poor 'Chips' In tho deep
ravine with our other dead, and no
scout was moro universally mourned
than 'Huffalo lull's' fpllower nnd do
votcd friend, Jim White,"
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