RVB - 3 June 1886 - Pg 3 - The Daily Tombstone (T, AZ)
Mr. R. V. Bloxton, who got in from Davidson's canyon in the Santa Jlitas yesterday, says that on reaching Har-shaw'a Spriugs ua Sunday afternoon he found a guard watcliingfof Indians. They, said they had seen only signs of hostiles, and they had como down thft canyon with their teams only a couple of hours before. Mr. Bloxton had seen, near the "Chimneys," very plainly the tiackscfsix Indians who had crossed the road some time after tho team which preceded him had gone down. This was evidence th'a.t oii : Sunday even's hcV-tilos were still in that vicinity. , It Jias .beep reported audit i3 generally beyeved, to be true, that a large hod- of Apaehes crowed the railroad between this city and V;ilmo station, a few miles to the southeast. The band is said to have contained about one hundred Indians and they wore going eastward towards Hincon pass.