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No Trouble with Indians

General Mills expresses his opinion that there will be no trouble with the Indians this summer, unless at the Sun-dance, to be held on the Milk River in June, the young warriors shall be able to excite the hostile feelings among the agency Indians. In such cases he thinks there would be attacks upon the settlement but he does not believe the warriors have strength enough to make trouble. General Sherman agrees with General Miles that there will be no trouble.

Comanche Chief, April 1879