Is this our Baxter Hopkins?
wish-'When THE INDTAN "WAR" AFTERMATH. Troops Approaching Jackson's Hole All Massacre News a Fake. St. Anthony, Aug. I. The people of this and surrounding towns are still very much excited over the Indian scare and every hour brines fresh rumors. Last evening a young man named Paul came into town and declared another Briall band of Indians with squaws and pa pooses were making their way toward the hole, a few miles north of this town. On the strength of this Baxter Hopkins Immediately Wt here on horseback for the purpose of verifying the same. H went a? far north as Marysvale, twenty miles distant, and there found -the -the settlers settlers in a state of great excitement. It Is said the settlers have organized them selves and are taking every precaution for their own safety. Guards are out by day and night. Indians have been seen In the vicinity of Marysvale for two or three days past, and five citizens were delegated -to -to ascertain what the Indians were doing. The understanding between these men was that they should meet at a certain cabin in the vicinity at an ap pointed time, wnen tne men approached the cabin tney noticed a number of In dians susfoumling rt and who at once commenced firing. The three men treated and returned to Marysvale, but Wilson and Ca.pt. Harris, who were among the five, have not as yet turned and it is feared that they have been killed. Msrket Lake, Ida., Aug. 1. A courier Just in from Kexburg says two white men were killed by Indians yesterday cn Trail creek, this side of Jackson's Hole. The mall carrier between Jackson's Hole and Teton Basin Is thought to have been killed by Indians. When last seen he was crossing Teton divide. Cheyenne, Aug. 1. Adjutant General Stltr.er to-day to-day to-day wired Governor Richards that the troops had Just entered Teton Pass, enroute to Marysvale, He staled that all was quiet. Inspector General "Woodruff, to whom was referred the appeal of the people of Lewl.wton ad South Pass for arms, reports reports that he has sent a reliable man into the Sweetwater country to investigate the condition of affairs. Salt Ike, Aug. 1. 13. Mehesy, a furrier furrier of this city, has Just returned from the "Jackson's Hole country via Rex-burg, Rex-burg, Rex-burg, Idaho, with a consignment of elk heads and bear skins, which he bought from the Indians who have been hunting In that region. He says the stories of the danger are mostly fiction, He was present in the saloon at Rexbure when the story of the massacre of fifty settlers settlers waa concocted and written to be sent out. Washington, Aug. 1. In response to a dispatch from Governor Richards, of Wyoming, asking that all Indians be recalled to the reservation, the commissioner commissioner of Indian affairs telegraphed that fee has Issued order to all Indian agents J of It