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Indian massacre. --The Dallas Mountaineer contains a letter written from the Umatilla Indian Reservation, by its Superintendent, on the 3d of October, giving an account of another Indian massacre. The letter says: Yesterday two brothers named Keith, arrived here, reporting that the train to which they belonged had been attacked by the Shoshone or Banack tribe of Indians; that a large number of emigrants had been killed, and the remainder driven away from their wagons and scattered. The men arrived here much exhausted, having subsisted on some dried horse meat for twenty-one days. The names of the murdered are as follows: J. Myers, Wm. Autley, Lewis Lawson, Justice Creese, Charles Kersner, Elijah Otter and his wife, three daughters and one son. When the brothers Keith left the train there were alive Joseph Myers, wife, and five children; A. McNorman, wife, and five children; Daniel Chase, wife, and three children; Samuel Gleason, Charles Jeffy, Mr. Munsay, and six ch