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FlWrTTMJB TA?fiS 0k THBPIxJUNS'l
C0rYRIGHT.l9on.Mr WILLI Ml r.COBt
NUof my favorite buffalo hunt-
Ing horses win n small ronn
or large Indian pony which I
Rot from n t'li I ml Inn A.
this horse cntne from rtah, u.iinnt ilrnppcd U-ry close logcllicr-tliat In to
him llrlgliitm. after the propbrt. Dur- ny. In n mkico covering nhoilt five
lug Iho coiistriicllun of the Kansas Pa- j acre.
tine mllroml, now the ITiiInn Pncllle, In When I hail the tiuitiher I wanted 1
IWli Hie cuiislnirllon of the end of On? t would nlop shooting mid nllow the bal
trnrl; got Into tin. groat buffalo covin- nnco of tho herd to Ret iiwny. Tim
try, nml nt Hint time the Indl.ins-tho 'wagon would drive tip, nml my turn
Klonx.Chpji'iiiies.Comiiirhesmid Arap- "oulll instantly begin to recure the
nhoes-vvrro nil mi the warpath. It hnmi, the teiidcrlolnK. tho tniiKiiet ifnd
vn lief.no the refrlgernlrr tar was In , the .choicest meat of each InKTiilo. In
n-e, nml the contractor hnd no fresh chitting the heaih, which uero after
tmnt to frtil tlidr einplnyrva. Tho j ward mounted nml used fur an ndter-
men were Kruuiullus considerably for
fresh iiio.it, for they could sco fresh
meat that Is, the Imrfnlo, deer nnd mi-telopo-lu
every direction, nnd they
would growl hecnuro tho contractor
did not kill the burTnlnes so that they
could hnc fresh meat to eat. This
was a little more clllllcult Job than
they thought, us tho Indians were con
testing every mile of railroad that was
bolus built Into their country. licsklcs
having military escorts to guard tho
graders, etery man from the boss
down who went to work on tho grad
ing of thu road carried n rlllo with him
as well as n pick nud shovel, nnd when
ho was using them his gun lay on tho
ground near him, ns tho Indians would
dnlly nunc!: them.
The construction of that road In
1S07 wns nearly n continuous light,
nnd It wns dangerous for n man to
venture any dlstauce nwny from tho
troops 'nud the graders to hunt tho
buffalo. They tried recral hunters
who claimed that they could kill buf
falo nnd bring It Into ennip so that
they could have fresh meat for their
men. One or two of these men were
killed by Indlnns while doing so, nnd
the others gie up the Job.
At that time I wns guide and scout
t Tort Hays, Kan., and hnd cmlte n
reputation as a Imrfnlo hunter. Some
one told the malt) contractor that if he
could get mc I would lie nblo to kill all
the buffaloes he would require. He
Same to Port Hays to sec me. Of
course I could not accept, although he
made mo n ury templing ilnaiiclil
olTer. without ermlislon of the mili
tary department cominnudcr, (Jencral
The subject was Men discussed nt
headquarters in Wnshlugton. nnd nflcr
considerable delay evidence wns pre
sented that It would solve ouo of the
main labor problems In the great work
of constructing the great transconti
nental railroad nnd facilitate matters
greatly. I.raie of nbsence for tho
purpose wns ghen mo with the un
derstanding tuut In case nt nil imjHir
laut outbreak 1 should resume the du
ties er my position. As roving In
dlnns generally followed tho herds of
Imrrnlors.. I was really In n certain
sense performing scouting duly also.
I stnrtcd In killing bulTnloes for the
Union rnelllc railroad. I had n wng
on wllh four mules, one driver nud
two butchers, nil brae. well ormed
men, myself riding my horso llrlgham.
Wo would leave the end of tho con-
"J would ntah raw fioro Into them cmii
Moot than ilouii,"
ttnicllon work to go out nfter buffaloes
anil had nif understanding with thu
commanding olllcer who had charge
of tho troops guarding tho construc
tion that should n suioko signal bo
seen In tho direction In which 1 had
gone they -would know 1 was In trou
ble mid would send mounted men to
1 hud to keep a c(use and careful
lookout fur Indians before making my
run Into n herd of buffaloes. It wns my
custom In those days to pick out a
herd that seemed to havo tho faltest
cows nnd young heifers. I would thyi
rush my horse Into them, picking out
the fattest ones nud sliootrm.' tbeiu
down while my horse would bo tun-
mil,, tiiuiiK,ii4- u, iiii-MJ, t Mm, II lllljipy
faculty In knowing how to shoot down
the tomlcrn ntn1 cot Iho herd la tun In
n circle. 1 have killed from t unity-
litu lo forty buffaloes wlille the herd
W'n clrrllmr. nml ilmr umii.l nil i.
tlremeiit for the wild road, lonilhi;
wneon until It wan full. We would
then ilrlvo hack to our camp or to the
end of the trncls where tho men were
nt work, ami when the men would poo
mo coming with n load of fresh meat
they would say, "Ah. here comei 11111
with n lot of nice Imrfnlo!" for awhile
they were delighted with tho fresh,
tender meat, but nflcr n time they
tired of It nnd, seeing mo come, would
say. "Hero comes ttilt old 1)111 with
more Imrfnlo," nnd dually they connect
ed the namo tiuffalo and llllt together,
and that Is where tho foupdntlon was
laid to tho namo of "liufTnlo Hill,"
which nftcrwnnl I defended ns n title
with Comstock before tho olllcers nt
l'ort Wallace with nucccss.
I killed buffaloes for tho railroad com
pnny for twelve months, and during
that time tho number I brought Into
camp was kept account of. nnd nt the
' end of that period I had Jellied -l.'JSll
untTalocs on old llrlghnin. This wns nil
accomplished with one needlo gun, or
breechloader, which I named "Lucre
During those twelve) months 1 had
many lights with the Indians. On sev
eral occasions they Jumped myself
and llttlo party while several miles
from tho end of tho grade. We would
always prefer to bare them Jump us
nfter our wngon wns loaded with buf
falo hams, for wo had rehearsed our
llttlo stockndo so often that It did not
take more than a few minutes frmn
i the time wo saw them coming until
Ithe mules were unhitched from the
wngon ami tied to the wheels. Wo
would mako our breastworks around
the wheels of the wngon by throwing
out tho meat nnd would protect our
selves by getting behind the buffalo
hams. In this manner we hchl off from
forty to sixty Indians on ono or two
occaslons-untll wo received assistance.
I would mako my smoke signals at
once, which tho Midlers would In
stantly sco nnd rush to our rescue. I
had live meti killed during my con
nection with thu Union Pacific rail
road, threo drivers nnd tho others
Shortly nfter tho adventures Just
recited I had my eclcbrnted hunt with
Ifflly Comstock, a noted scout guide
nnd Interpreter, who was then chief of
scouts at Fort Wallace, Kansas. Coin-
stock had had tho reputation for a
long time of being a most successful
buffalo hunter, and the oflleers In par
ticular, who hnd seen him kill buffa
loes, wcro very desirous of backing
III tn In u match against mn. It wns
nccordlngly nrrauged that I should
shoot him n buffalo killing match, and
the preliminaries were easily nnd sat
isfactorily ngreed upou. Wo were to
hunt ono day of eight hours, begin
nlng nt 8 o'clock In tho 'morning nud
closing nt 4 o'clock In thu afternoon.
The wager was $500 n side, nud tho
uiau who should 1:111 the greater num
ber of buffaloes from hurscbiick wns
to be declared thu winner.
Thu hunt took place about twenty
miles east of Sheridan, nud ni It had
been pretty well advertised nnd noised
abroad n largo crowd witnessed tho
interesting nud exciting scene. An ex
cursion party, mostly from St. T.ouls,
consisting of about u hundred gentle
men nnd ladles, camo out on n special
train to view tho sport, mid among the
number was my wife, with llttlo llaby
Arta, who hnd coma to remain with
mo for nwhllo.
Tho buffaloes wcro quite plenty, nnd
It was agreed that wo should go Into
tho same herd lit the same time and
"mako a run," ns wo called It. each
ono killing as many ns possible. A
refereo was to follow each of us on
horseback when wo entered thu herd
nnd count tho buffaloes killed by each
tuiln. Tho St. I -on Is excursionists, ns
well ns other spectators, rode out to
tho lclulty of the hunting grounds In
wagons and on horseback, keeping
well out of sight of Iho buffnlocfl. so
as nut to frighten them until tho t lino
camo for us to dash Into the herd,
when they were to como up as llcur
ns Ihcy pleased to witness thu chase.
Wu wuru fortunate In thu first run
In getting good ground. Comstock,
was mounted on one of bis favorite
horses, while I rode old llrlgham, 1
felt confident that 1 had tho ndvnutago
of Comstock lu two things Ursl, 1 had
tho best buffalo horso that over made
track; tho second, 1 wns using what
was known nt that time as the needlu
sun, a breechlo.idlng Springfield ride,
caliber fiO-lt wus my favorite old
"J.ucreth," which has already been
Introduced to tho nctlco of tho render
while uomstock was nnned with a
Henry rlllo. nnd, although ho could llro
II lew HIlllUJ IJUIlhvr lllllll i C'lllllll, JCC
I was pretty certain that It did not
istrny !mVt rnnl snl utmigh to do
1-jwnlloti wnl lo ttiy fritlilff.f INI.
At lust Ih I hue mm to Ufln the
HMtrh. CMuMwk Its" I I ctlHHtai 111"
IkmsI, Mtownl by H refers. 1
htiff:ln wiwmted. OiitMtnck ton
the left Imiii h nml I the rtarht. M)
K-rmt forte In LlllltiK I m Cabin from
ImrMa; rk wm lu gt lltriil i-llxlllisr by
rid lit; 'ray hofHi nt the head of l he
bent, shwllme the lender, thin crowd
lug their follower lu the lift til) they
would finally clnle round nnd round,
On lhl mnrtilhg the Imrfiiloos were
very ncc-oitiinoduHug, and I soon had
them running In n beautiful circle,
when 1 dropped them thick nml fast
until I bad killed thlrty-clgliL uhlch
finished my ri'u
CmiMtock began shooting nt the renr
of tho herd, which ho wn chasing,
nnd Ihry kept mrnlght on. He mi.
cceded, howeicr. In killing twenty
thiee. but Ihry ?Vre e'-ettered v..r n
distance of three miles, while mine In)
chwi' together 1 hsd nursed my but
faloes us a Millard plajir doe the
bnlls when he makes n big run
After the result of the first run had
been duly nnnnuueod our Kt IaiiiIs e
rurslon frlcuds-who had approached
to the place where we had tiip "d
"trlyifcnrd flic loiffc to tee the buffulo
comlug at Jull ipcctl."
set out a lot of champagne which they
had brought with them nud which
proted n good drink on a Knusai
prairie, and u buffalo hunter wns t
good man to get nwny with It.
Whllo taking n short rest wo sud
denly spied another herd of buffaloes
coming toward us". It was ouly &
small drove, ntul we at once pre
pared to gho tho animals n lively re
ception. They proved to bo n herd of
cows and calves, which, by the way,
aro quicker lu their movements than
the bulls. We charged In among
them, nud I concluded my run with n
score of eighteen, whllo Comstock
killed fourteen. 'Iho HCoro was now.
flfty.slr to thirty-fee veil lu my favor,.
Again tho excursion party approach-
cd, and once more the champagne was
tapped. After wo had .eaten n lunch
which wns spread for us we resumed
tho hunt. Striking out for a distance!
yf threo , miles, .wo ciiuiq up close to
another htrd.. As I wus so far ahead
of my competitor in tho number killed.
l tuougbt 1 could nfford to give mi ex
tra chlbltloii of my skill. I had told
I lie ladles Hint I would on the uextTUD
ildc my hrso without miy saddle or
bridle. This bad raised the excite
ment to icier jicat among tne excur
sionists, nnd 1 remember ono fnlrliidy
who endeavored (o .prevail upon mc
not to do It.
"That's nothing nt all," said I. "I
have done It many a time, and old
Itrlghnm knows as well as 1 what I am
doing anil sometimes n great deal bet
ter." So leaving my saddle nud bridle with
the wngons wo rodo to the windward
of tho buffaloes, as usual, nnd when
within a taw hundred yards of them
wo dashed Into the herd. I soon had
thirteen laid out on tho ground, thu
lust ouc of which I hnd driven down
close to the wagons, where tho Indies
were. It frightened aomu of tho tender
creatures to seo a buffalo coming
nt full speed directly toward them,
lint when ho had got wlthlu fifty yards
of ono of Iho wagons I had shot htm
dead In Ids tracks. This inado my
slxty-ulutli bufTulo nnd finished my
third nnd Inst run, Comstock having
As It was now late In tho afternoon,
Comstock mid his backers g.-ne up the
Idea that ho could beat me, and there
upon the referees declared 1119 the win
ner of the match ns well as the cham
pion buffalo hunlcr of the plains.
The S.at on the Hon..
Why does a man seated near the
neck of n horso travel faster than ono
boated near his tnll7 For It has been
proved lu very Ktrlklng fashion jhat
he does, Ilut why? Tho reason Is
really very simple, and yet iviien llttlo
Tod Klonne, tho Jockey, camo forward
with practical proof nobody seemed to
bo nble to explain It. A horso to move
forward ut nil must thrust nt tho earth,
nufl tho chief force of this forward
thrust comes from Ids hind legs. If
ll;u chief weight Is Just over or closo
w 1)10 thrusting power, naturally It ill
mlulihes Iti efficiency! Instead of
Uirusllng tho horso forward n portion.
or It U wasted In lifting the weight of
the Jockey nt every stride. Strand
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