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owing further news from the frontier: Kinchi Valley is entirely deserted, the inhabitants having removed farther into the interior for protection. Around Weatherford, some one hundred and fifty families of Palo Pinto and other counties are encamped. Their condition is truly deplorable, having nothing but small canvas tents ng Indians were fired upon by the whites, and one killed and another wounded, and one aged man, seemingly the chief, retaken prisoner. The old man was taken to Weatherford, where, in hopes of making friends with the tribe, said to be the Kickapoo, the citizens presented him with blankets, beads and other trifles coveted by the Indrd, where, in hopes of making friends with the tribe, said to be the Kickapoo, the citizens presented him with blankets, beads and other trifles coveted by the Indians. He was accompanied back to his tribe by Capt. Hamner and three citizens of Weatherford, who will endeavor, by treaty, to lessen the number of their Indian foes.