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MORE TROUBLE FROM INDIANS.


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THREATENED UPRISING IN COLORADO -- MORE MURDERS IN MEXICO.

Account published in The New York Times / June 25, 1885
DENVER, Col., June 24. -- A special to the Times from Durango says: "It is reported that 500 Indians are ready to make war if the result of the investigations being made by Agent Stollistiemer as to the trouble between the Indians and cowboys is unsatisfactory to them. The Indians were seen on Monday and Tuesday moving westward, followed by two companies of cavalry. The whole country is terribly excited."

GUAYMAS, Mexico, June 24. -- Teh engagements with the yaqui Indians took place on the 20th and 22d inst. Two hundred Yaquis and six Mexicans were killed. A grand attack was to be made to-day by all the Mexican forces under command of Gen. Camona.

Three Americans are reported to have been killed near Salmariza by Apaches, a part of Geronimo's band. No names were given.

 

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