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n outrages a delegation of chiefs terrible Indian raid death of Comstock vast herds of Buffalo preparing for a winter campaign meeting Bidence. These men, employed as scouts or interpreters, were Mr. William Comstock, Mr. Abner S. Grover, and Mr. Richard Parr. They had lived ry effort possible to avert hostilities. Under these instructions Comstock and Grover made it their business to go about among the Cheyennes oubles on the Saline and Solomon reaching him, he immediately sent Comstock and Grover over to the headwaters of the Solomon, to the camp of a been at fault. For years this chief had been a special friend of Comstock and Grover. They had trapped, hunted, and lived with his band, anng over the prairie, such a depth of attachment was professed for Comstock and Grover that, notwithstanding all the experience of their past ities committed on the Saline and Solomon rivers and the attack on Comstock and Grover, the pillaging and murdering began on the Smoky Hill st