Clipped From The Paris News
Boat Eobb*d Bj Indians Going up the river several days they reached a CoushaU* Indian village where they tied up and the Indians were friendly, ut when they started to leave the Indians prevented loosing the cable, went aboard the boat and helped themselves to whatever they fancied. Several days alter this disaster they reached Loug Prairie where was the first white men they bad aeen since leaving Nachitoches. George Wright said be believ- cd Iwo men, named May aud Berry, -were tlitre, and after staying staying a few days the boat wae beaded up tbe river, and passed a Delaware Indian village, on the north bank of tbe river. Buffalo Buffalo were plentiful on all tbe prairies along ihe river, but they killed none. They then reached Pecan Point, near where, in addition to Mnbbitt, there were two or three other families lately lately arrived.