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. .'• . • PRIX T 11111154
The OARLIBLI3: IieRALD JOB, PRINTINpf °PUCE 18,tho
• • laitest and most complete etahlisliment in the county.
- Throe :pod, Presses, and'a general variety ' of material
Butted for flair and Faley work of every kind, enables
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Cure attention. • _
j. ANir WARRANTS.—The highest°
eAll price will he Paid by the Carlisle Lend Asso
' usaLudii tor Lund 11arraut.s.- Apply to tlie.subserlbers.
• 7Aplir 40, BENTZ.
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',IYANT.AII per o
Xiudebted Lo the iiubserlher_fur- store .guods . . fur 6
f,,,di.ds add upditrds ere eernestly requested to call.
Add settle up without delay usdunley is.much needed
by:htdi at too preseut time
124•4LE1t, - .E.sq., doceasotl - tittticole berebyTtlVEM - tliat
Atituinist,ration ou the estato_td ltaglt
-- higher, tel., deveasod, have _been -granted to the sub.
euriber. 4AL persons knowlm; _themeelves indebted to
sald - eStiCe aro requested_.to mak° itumeniate payunett,,
andibeid, hailug claims will present them lor mettle
..meat to ' • WATTS,
Aprir2a, 1856—Sw; Adnitinetrator/
/ ST.A.T.E GIWIt Gk.; L UtZi
Notice' is huruby givtiu war Letters
tiw-itstato of tieuriiij,litz„ . docoastid,
late of dlourou tow !Whip, eusaborisuil county . , havu been
gritutud , by thultugistur said -i:auuty the subtwil
tlw 836.0 townhuip.. All persons .knuw
ins-tliwalauives ladubtud to said estate aril required to
mkkii ti payment; nod &Wiwi` tidy' i tg _cial t asik.
Prosollc..trwat for iscittra.ezt
. . ~ - . . CALLIS- 4 1.6D.r.P0M/T ,B.1.:11C..1
May 11, 15513,
"VOTIChI. --Jh is ' ..'Bank has this 'ttay
,Lll a, diroaa.tavidwaa: of tiro per cerit?flirthe lost'
oi* months; whieh'wilt tio phid over to tho ptuckbui:iurel
or their log,al ivortmointuthoti on denonia. . ' • -
by order ul.,tinl hoard of -Directors
W. .V. ItEr.,tEsl,
'tore ot . : Nte th Middleton District invito proposals
31.ratho building of Drjett School Douse, 4mur,btargeti
la said, District. Tho .Dlreetera te furnish. the
DMus aud proposals may be 'mind ttOd tit tho,Dlrectore
ht.i.bolr hest Ineetimt, to be hold at the hotel of Henry'
ilirete L eariLsie, ou , outurday, tke 31st of May ttost.
By order or the'Board.'
1A..1'. NORTON, •
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ifiy a, isbavr.f
.13.U,1.L.RER5:4-Proposals :will be
. received ußtit the 24th of by the Board of
- &MAI DiiebtOis-of l Welit Peiiiislx.srough-teurnshiprfor
the buildinglot; hehool No. 13, VII the Mate Road, about
•. two miles aistl,:o Newville. Thu house ,tq be built of
Ariels,,,2kbylitkfiset, 14 lach 'mall: to the remora and tiro
gable eudsl/laclu, the door to bd laid wisp good.Yidif/w
, Vtialiardsvittrid the ceiling' to be li Met' froni the Mier,
ahttilkith tlf&Wellit;to Mr lathed rind platteod; to, be;
eiter4lB,..windowe,'l2 Lights. each lO'by 12, with Shutter*
134 inch white pine, toother with &geed brick ebitu
,-:-.ooy*tlie iwoluch white pine panne! door:. The lbunda• '
lion , to he. of stone; the door,' window,* and *lndust
ablators - 1u be well painted The undertaker td firid all
• thenrateriale nuesstuiv to the completion ed
house; to be built of geed materials, and to be finished
.' in &workmanlike manner. 'The contractor tehav'e the
old; acho4, house on ;the premises,: Address hot RlB
earilsln Post ()nice: •
4 ' '-111141311ALL , JABIEL-Pianident.
iday • : • •
A.N- ORDINANCE': IN • ItEli — Eß-.
ENcE , ,TO. TUX .LAYING ,PA,V.PIENTSIIN
BEDFORD AND 'NOitTll 'STIIEETS, '&C.—Bs it
ordained atoteMmted by the Town Oovinell Orthe
ongh diCarlislo, audit is hereby ordained and enacted
by. the .auttibrity of the suite, That all eldewalks or
ptieemouts situated In Pitt, street - and - 3u /Bedford etreet
of this - borough, unpaved, or uutdeof any. other matel - '
flab than, brick, reputed' by.the • Street t Coikulttee of
int)d Council as requiring,to be paved, relaid. or repair
ch. shrill belated °, or relaid with brick. ' And It Shall lie
tit°. duty, of. the, Street f eenunisaionor !On ale, of the
" — bugled, - or - rofu - sal :or the - owners, or , fighppiers or the
lotatipoit Which said paVetntnttir . tdde ir (ralticettsl
to make, nr,role,Y the same with...brick, Inc it, longer pe. ,
',rldd Abell ',away days 'after toffee - What! have been
0, 4 1 '01 1 0El Sbeta b Abe WO. Cintabtble.ef: !IVA her..
ough,) at the espenhe of the borough, to make, relay or '
• repair, all inch,:pavementafnitholit , dehty,Ai'ditected'
in,sy,ction 4th of& Onllnabee peased.l7th aturwatry, 4 ‘.
lind report e aureole 'COMA!, ntsieltali Pr&
oeedas directedtm.sehl,seetoa- kgmefis!',
that in Pitt Street the above Ordinance shell only, ap
ply on - the West sideltotn.North torBOuthtdeiset. , ..l
Sze. 2. That tho provisietut. of. this.,Ordlueuce,shall
Also 'apply; to North atreetlnt!the North' tido bent
Hanover to Betlfbrfi strostilii, •''
Bac. 3. That hereafter ne persop'sba V iillowCq to .
run. upon the sidewalks Or phretneati=of thlettioughf•
anj.,wherl7harrow c hand-luorW, go eart, hand ,yeagon,
or' ether 'wheeled appliance. Whiteeikier',lieept 'When .
lutßelogn to erase salt, oilikowel)6o W-VaVitql!,n4se %Alm'
a roalty of Dullard. Vrovlded, however,. that lis
abed." sot apply telehtldrieu'w eaMeirt ;orsto'vi ... ‘ heeldilt;
chairs, for the acconitoo4etion of !of atpiptc4
prams. • • ••• I i.)
8E0,4. That, so ranch of 10CH04._04,1 an onlinsinee
lamed 3d day of June A. D. 1862, as relates to the pip-
cheese' prevltione In theidarktit.lloulitiof IMO biirotisb
previous to certain hours tinnouniied be the ringingof
st - tailliW efie'clerit
Ittatete,ld.rin * a a s h ` std lii ".•
ahtiM ' Of tii4 Lori'
vujytti.of Carlfele,*? eth dar,44 blay'4 A/ i. Orott t'
A:. NOMA Ohio
Mielit=;-.VAtilt,Whits34.o4l.. to ClerPokutlOMA
l es . "ll;flts' $l l , OE, ull 1 14 80 "
oi Mc Moroeii
z , ,g}4130 Mtseete , And ChliCtiene An POO.. vrtity , ,-
3ust received at the Cheep Stoee,,
Aprlktripal , , 011 AB. Comm ,
S I ...NAILS I—=—T neisr. pre.
o,gitoteppv-tonntiy - wichants 'with , itetrit
vatiu s e t t irere prices:. • 114 SAXTON: •
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e LLouilL.R . np era_of 1301... have somq
details of Kansas news.. 'Tlie ' Lawrence cor
respondent .el-the. , 3lisaouri_lieraoCrut,-_(.Fx.ee.
Stat.e,) writes, under. date of 10th ; . ,
The. Atchison forces are marshalling in the
border counties.. Secret handbills are in
course of cirdulation, in Platte, Clay, Jackson,
and !Intim countlea. -- This•news was brought
- ire en to - day,- hrtt Matte hal ddr-Tof isimarb 'who
although a Douglas Democrat, is opposed to
the iniquitous course of Atchison and.the Ad
ministration. Ho - told the Fiee Stitt° men to
prepare for defence without, a moments delay.
They arepieparot. There is a guard out to
night. This twain, tr special messenger
brought, th&following note from a prominent
From State I)ldr:elicit 'Leavenworthi •
."Lanymiwevrit,Mriy"6:-- 7 ,T0 Governor
Anson :-It ts,beheved by the, Friends,--that it
ispe.cessaryfor.you to-look out., Prwalavery
men - are - prganizing•at Atchison.", ',A - gentle :
ni . nri 'from WyOndott.brought u similar notice
from Friends ill Missouri. • 4- ,
--- Over - one hundreal - =ydinig - ini)j - a — frdm Sdutb
Carolina, Alabelualind Georgia. all armed to
the teeth; with pistole ' _ •_Sharpe's rifles and
./libtes; -- enCarn - p - edon Silver Creek - , -- 15 - tiiileS
from .I.TiviTenee. last night, and_are now with
iu a few miles of tWs city. -It is said they-in
tend to ,take-Lawrenoe by surprise. shall
be surprised if they dd I -
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LAwnssex, May 1, 18513—Judge - Lecomp
ton, has etunnioned Reeder to attend the Graitd
, Jtigy sitting at, Lcconaptou, as . a yvituess.—.
Reeder refuses to on -the ground that
his life. Would not be safe at Lecotuplait, bin
offered to go, provided they_woUld_ insure his
pt. — at - action; ,at the, saute tine to plead his
privilege as S .Congressman, 'to exempt him :
from being forced to attend. The Majority of
the -congressional investigating Committee
sustained him in his refusal.. Oliver--dissent
ed. A warrant for Reeder's,nrreet has, been
issued, ancl,he-told-the-Deputy Marshal- to - nr- -
rest him at hie - Peril'. '
_Troops 'are expected 1
here to Morro* to assist in making the arrest.
Tha.Free State men .look upon this as au at
tempt to break, up, the; proceedings .o,f, the Ail
castigating Committee, which is, proving the
frauds of the regulators, and Makes them ex
tremely uneasy. ‘Whitfield was, absent yea
terday: ~, Tim* Jo miry pool I soicitonsent Jon
both sides, and a collision iii,Autioilogokb i er,, I
tween the I •Squattent" and t h e "ltigulses. '
`l./;Nvaintoir . , May Bth, lE356.;J•Thti Inveitign,„l
Ling COmmitten rettemeil from Topeka.
ain informed that the free State men have wit
neises who will prove that, Mr. Oliver, • the
member from - the ' 4tn DiStrict
one of. the. Ineelitigating Committee now in
Kansas, was in company with the men who
invaded Kafisas on the 80th March, 1855, as
made several . : hiflaintnato,ry .spet;ehes to_.,thb
Reader was summo nedSumened to day to go bet
fore theOtand - Jury - at tecompteiv - as'ic'witz
nese. 'refuses to.go. Now comes the tug
'of war.. ' The ' story about the free State men.
selling their SharVirrifiee - at Independence for
_said to be a 'gross fabrication,
The Congressional Investigating • Committee
were proceeding- vigorously with the work
thew, have in charge, at the latest accounts
- frorikhe --- troubled—territory.--The—evidetioe
goeb Thiry. far towards establishing the truth
of many charges: repeatedly made brthe'Free
State, party, Mr. Jordan Davidson, the. first
witness who was examined • before this COM
mittee, testified that he wits a meniber of a So.
oret Society' forined'ini Missouri; - th'e'exprese
object of which was to make Maneasia Slave'
Stato,- 7 and that he 'find reason tp, believe' ,
that itexisied arse in other Southern States,
Virginia.' Tennessee, Kentintlry and Ar-
Ironies. Me came from Missouri' to Kanhee
lQ soor4.i._•irse "worn. in on the' spotas , one Cf
`the officers of the election and knew O'Sf many,
others *he ciiinit from Missouri, and:. voted.—
witneirs,' testified 'that'
at:the OleatiOn,Yblarek - .1856, die' /mi.& Birk'
' 814 . 4 0.Yi Tf).49 , 0 14 .hihn.;,4 :had COMO One WM,
dred miles s. taliote, - and iirat, , 800 Missettriana
*aid Vete on that day r'--he 'hirntielf
that over 100 went to Douglas, where the
polls lamb held; , that cliky to ,tvote. Auguritiii
; h:l?rtttlett,,,liying In the Sepouth
ified after,an exanihrtation „pr. thetceusue ; Te l
tuins;"thittihiere were but 25'legatveterti
- that Dietribi t—and yet' teiditil hundred *Mei
worcinteL the :Seventhi Dletrictilthrittle
; 11,. poen, oethrl:,th atc; there .aatihti,uot., have)
Itiec4. o terAQ ‘111!:`0 0 .11. !P the• Pig,Wet•
that 284 votes Cas t . , 1 . B. Tittis teatilei
char direr '2OO l Missiniri ati a
tuaL told him they Ituilrme there ek
.preaty_to, Towt ,1•01 - .) eu .
, There is a large roale 0 f , .. 0 14 1 P.CMC . 4V I kS
'tame; effect, showing . that this Fier, vs, men
I•Werit IllbwitA r - nii‘freedonr - ' ; that
tbeirjudgerrwere dilireu away Wei:”
tirade oPort.hanitlrlals of 111sgaVvolettwere,casi l
,by iniadere ncrwly, rivery,dhirirl44. Ths
legaVintere' Were'ardetl,"or piqeate4tii.,akta,
puratting' et, investilationeCioi:liteeder
1(21401 1 41 1 114 11 4 .10 4 0 115 0 3 .17 The; corr,eapandeal
"otoiha 'Lo s e /41.0100.14, Picturea.
seated at ti,.(44 , stern
Rlixt,t, 9904 kW, „OP'
:examination- for geld. : •
WEDNESDAY, :AY: 0.:, .1850%
ilfonday, - Alcry 12:41:f theil3eitate' the , voth
upon the lona Railroad Bill urns reconsidered
mid after seine' debate the - iubjeet woe peat;
poned. General Cass spoke ht length-upon
Ilier - KfifiiitifitiehtWiti — defehce 4; the dO
trine of sqpatter'sotiereignty.''` rn 'Mame,
Clingman's resolution for the better 'pro
tection of-American citizens • erns , takotn up
and debated at length; but the - Rouse refused
to suspend the, rules to, take defirtite,,netion
upon the measure.' The bills, providing for
the'enlargement . of, the public' buildingii,:ht
Mijwiankitcand' approprlittlng ; 4lo9,ooo — for
the deepening of flats in.the S. Mary's,river,
Michigan,. and- $300,000 for keeping open
the channel at the mouth' of the filississippi
Tuesday;-, May , . 13.- 7 ,ln":the • Senate, the
Committee of Conference on 'the -Defleieney
Bilt submitted a rep ort, which was tidepted.
Gen.- Cass-thenresomed — dml --- c - ontltide - d — liii .
speech upon the Kansas .question. Senator
Clayten•followed in a epeech 'ediocating tho
abrogation of the Bound Dues Treaty:: In•the
'House, Mr. J. Glancy Jones, of , PenailYlvania, ,
replied to' the speech of his. colleague. Itf.r.
Fuller. The House .adopted the' report of:,
the . COMmittee v of Conference on the Deficiency
. Appropriation hill, frodi
• which the
ation of $300,000. forth° continuatioh of -the
Washington Aqueduct had been strlcketi•j..y .
the Committee.' On ..motion, 210.000 'Copies
of the Agricultural pOrtion of - the Patent
Office Report wereordered to be, printed.—
Judge . blvans, of Texas,.madea speech . agai'inst
elaiery agitation. " • .
Wednesday; May 14.— a ln the Senate, :Mr.
Clayton called attention l io the published let
ter:by Mr Crampton; 'dated - MarchBl;lBs6,
wherein it is alleged. that - Sk Henry .13alwer,
late Minieter, before signing the treaty of 1850
informed Mr.. Clayton that 'Wotan:was held
to be a part of the British Possessions, adding
that Mr. Mr. -. Clayton; .-- irHoonversation• with
Mr. Crampton, on variaus oeoneions, had .ati»
tnitled the same'view. Mr. Clayton. brarided
the whole statement as utterly' untrue, Iti
every part, and rocieeded to show from ;- Mr.
Cratnpton's lo ere, and from couversatiorr4its
late ,ar last, proving the,sautee by:Mr
Crittende that no such idea was entertained
by 107 ton &amid bygramiion.
• Mt% tidoniohment Rt dealt*
such a statenient , in print, aini'branded ., it as
wholly fulae.. i In the House, hlr.„'Benuett,
from the,commlttee on Public Lands,. report-,,
ea a bill'grantitig scree of land to,
Florida for the construction of three ihileoads:
He said the committee intended reporting
bills of a similar. character for Michigan,
sin, requiring about six millions of. acres of
land." Under the pressure of the previous
questioni the bill ; reported was 'passed, - by
_vote of 84 to . 57. -
,T4uriday, Nay 15.-4 he Senate took Alp
end peeled the bill from the Rouse granting
Alternate sections of land to Fitirkin and Ala
benia,to aid iLt4e construction of railroads.
'A.tnessage, was , received fronaim President,
the reports frop the, secretary of
State, Secreitaii . of, the Navy, and, Attorney-
General, in reply to_the resolution-of the Sen.
ate in March, last, and also,the reteltition'' et
the lichiso of the Bth' 'of May. both having
reference to the _routes of TrAnsit, ' between
the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans,` through
the il l opuhlics , ol New Grenada and Nicaragua,
'and to the - condition or affairs in/Central
America. The documents are or consitlerable
importance, its giWng the reasons of the 7Ad
munstration• for recognising the Walker goy
_eminent of Nicaragua. ! A - Nag debate en.
.eued'on, the question of referring them to the
animate° on 'Foreign affairs. In the Taus°
an attempt to produre I Congressional Juvenal'-
gallon, of the iihooting affair in which i Philip
T. Herbert, of-Califernia, was implicated, fail..
ed, after considerable debate. • The, bill 'rela
lite to the'mhiltilpeil electibn in Washingtan
1 - 04 wee •painted. _, ~. 1 . i
, ' Friday, May 18.=-In the ‘ &Wail, , experl.
, . •
ments were'authorised wi vie* of detect.
'intend preventing the unlit al deterioratiOn
or viin. - The , subject' •Of the-444t0n .'of- tlie
Naval Board was then resumed and diggassed
'at length by
,Benatnra, '4'993bs. / *anon, and
6there • in t4O )icllifielAllOOrlifj l 9qo ll' 4 , .lIIP
Court of Chains wea„Undfso :dhotowdoe. , A
zWie - wairatlepted to sot upon private, oltips
eery Friday,. : ; Octet tall 10 44 .1 1 4 830 p f , , ' -
.Morifigio lay 10,•!-19 the Oestate,„ two me*
401 1 P 1 ;1 1 reColled OiroM the ;'Prosideat, mite-.
8 =the WIPP fer.the Improvement or the Ittoßth:
pr the ktieeiseippl Steer,,,,,w4 iheiElete or the
ri,t9eleir..Nrer. ~ ., T he l'ooideat.retPrils theta
Ohisust lie regards thea4 , lll pArtil 4 0 e`seeeeel
8 7 8 , t l ik _ 44 Irate, at dseltrOweeleatir eta Otero
te Die message of 1884,,vetoing the River, a%l
Harbor' Bill , r:Bikinner ir
OP i e ll ' I great' , wrong
tli ereit iiong bed beep i)erpetrated_itpep
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Kansesvitivoiiiitg not - only - liberty-there, - - trut - 7 -
thepence of the whole country: He rerltiwed
the, origin'and•exteni of- the wrong,: itad the •••
'apologies for it, defending/it the same time,
the action of the emigrant-and societies; The*
House took up, the 'Joint resolution of - Mr. -
Wheeler, authorising the Secretary of the -
rftfavy - to - despatclnyvessel - viitlrtherproviefettu
which untybe privately, contributed for the
Cope Verde suffterers. The s resolution passed
-yeas 128.,,'iar 24. Mr. Galloway , asked
leave to offer a resolution' calling upon' the.
President for information concerning various
murders and'personal ou - trageti in Kansas, but
the House refused to su4pend the rules.
TEE Monittotts 'Mama .FOR STATE .SOVE
REI.GETY.—Aocording to our last a,dvicee from ,
Utah, (which we publish to-day,) a , conven;••
tionavas to have been held at Salt Lake City
in March, " ' w ith
_a view toh-the-Adtnission--or-
Utah into the Union es .. a'stitte. 'Thirty-nine /
xlelegates have been;appointed, and everything'
appears to have_been_cur . nnd.dried •- for—a de:
liberate movement for State - independence of
federal authority.: In-carrying out the doc
trine of "squatter sovereignty;" noquestiorta-%
bly the• Mormons will_ insist that Congress,can
have nothing to do with their religion. • All,
that Congress uan enact is requisite population,
and - a republican , form of government" in
behalf of the new State. The porriple
trenty of the Latter Day Saints is claimed on'
their-part to be nothing !nom' than a, re:igious
and patriarchatinstitution, and a part Of their
religious creed. •
The question then arises, should the_ Mor:
mons apply for the admission of Utah intoihe
Union as a State with the requisite population,
and with a republican form of governinent,_
can Congress 'do in conformity with . the
sublime principli ofi," squatter sovereignty,"
botadrait them into the Union ? We dare say
their application will be rejected, for,the con-- •
sq.tutionrithiolithys Congress — mly - adroit
bow States'," leavestildo the' discretitui to Con.
gress,• -- hy,a. forced construction,, -of . `a• refusal
to admit them, We should like to have the .
of General-Cass upon Mormon polygamy
in connection with the doctrine' of " squatter
sovereignty."—N. Y. Herald. •
litescue'or Bunten Misaus. , -A month or
so ago four miners at work in a coal pft, near
Znuesiille r Ohlep were buried in the mine by
the falling in of a large portion 'of the gang
.way, leading to the *genii:leaf the minc—The
accidant , 000atiostril great , eioltoment, *and
' bundreds,htpersani,gethered4oond themlne,,i
who with the Workmorrotet,to work to 'erect
an opening, sir as to procure the release of the
beriedinineri.' They hid tO burrow' through ,
, about four hundred: thet , or eirthand rook, be
fore they could attain their objent,-. and *oh
derful to relate, although it, required ffurteen •
days of hard .work tti acooMplishitobey found
tlie_hruried_miriers_stillwilrO, : aad-haa-the : eat-
isfaction of - getting - them huVeitle, The men'
report that for the first live or esti da,ye two iof
their - number.were very, delirious, but diet the,_
otheka-ere perfectly , siititi: 7 '7 l Al - eify :toad they
had during their whole iniprisontnetft taw the din
oued'at a point seven hundred feet dietalit
from the entranee to the,rulue.
Tint Ant or lit.ows..-One day last week a
Now York editor was cowhiJed by a person
who hid ea little respect for hie Own' ebarae.
ier_asto - o_uppose it botild if injured' by a
paragraph.—The next day_ here was a die
graceful cowhidlok, front's' disgraceful cantle,.
ih, Obestimt , etreet., :The n xi day an _honor&
ble metubor of Congress • k lea a waiter be
cause he did not got hie breakflat, in. time.
The nett-day a public fittiationary, in New
York watt cowhided in the public atreets,:tind
the next. - day , a Washington, editor, knocked ,
another. Washington editor,' dbwa with,* blud
geon because - he differed from himon
*rips question. ' These are' pleasant 'things
to refute of Society. In'threte '.of"the Principal
eitiecof ous i:epublio. , l'aken 'in. connection ,
with oar filibutterism ia Nicaragua, oar •Bor" ,
der4tilffianism itiPmeas, and our, Mort:mai. -
ism iti• Utah, they Most give fot:eigtiere a nice
opinion, of tha condition Of things in the'
Nstenoirliotrii.- 7 0n Voedaesday; on' nod.
dentscoutred on :the' '
by which our. esteeould'friond,4: Poker Bi aer= '
left. Esq. Elnryeyor General dithlir State °kilo
within Winch - and a hltit tor" iiitbes of '•
having,,bio,brAno atnkheit,:oVt. Ailtoti)edi •
bbsever s liiih, tbsloto:9f four ; inch,. str : bie
oinAt - tkil:"siiii' ii iocroini rent In
Wi like Jeingratulatini.Gen:Aksidei '
i/P, l ?tt Vii.(4rttioako , eilciape, but 'clews
2:tr,erri.9 war., that his ;brains I st ,ln
infox localify;=;:.44Orsittsrg . Das. ,
p • .
• 44111r1Ohill RR ITIO MI 'ANTS r• 1 TROVE DATIO
`eaeltating reoe4PY , , , tortO cellar of a
iteW lOwa,'lthe Work
men'tirike Into an United " r iul,i f eta feet. deep
and ten fent' egitara; where' they 'found eight
.human ekeletoue,' , anchor which - Tine a "little '
°Yer- e i g h fe l' Ll ° 4 f , " 'TMP
h o 4 K 14 :fiu
ir,ere - nbonclA: inalOni:thiak; welt laid up with
'oenient . or'indestruotiblo mortar.' • .
I.3IIIOADES, t.;olandnu. Rrvztt. Wan. TIM,
fitb - 1858.
EOFIVII OF TEM Eqt2.1FOI:14OIFIO0' HERALD
Dear gir':--Illaving 'already seen - and' beard
several incorreetver,sians of the - recent mai
acreat this plat:e i .. and. fearitigAhe, prapaga,
tion of 'others, libertyof -sending
you the facts, which you may publish'if you
deem them 'Worthy. Co). Wright, of : the IL,
commanding the' Militar7 • district, of
from information whibh he received in the,
early part of Mardi, was led to believe. that
the hostile Indians, contemplated . atteok
upon the Cascades of 'the Columbia river,
with - trviei 'to:taking - the yortaki'and-ctittitig
off all comnitieicationwith . the upper . onntry,
He had them by. the tit'
first division _.
trzops, moving for Ward lathe Defies peeper:le'
tory to an exiiedition tin - to the _Walla 2 Walla
country., This body of Troops was., relieved
anothetc_and.-so-on - -in-succession-until- - thr-,'
departure of a detichment of the 9th infantry
under Lieut. Bisset, whieh'ivas to have been
• • e .
replaced by Capt.-Donee. company of • 'the 9th,.
infantry, which Was to hate permanently op
-cupied the portage in connection With 'a small'
detachment of the 4th, itifautry--a sergeant
and eight or nine Men—who heldthe Block
Upper Cascade. There. was, and is, a. six
pounder gun in thiaßlock House. About,the
timaCapt. Dent was' to have set out- from
Fort Vancouver for the. Cascades; Gen,. Wail
arrived. and•for reasons which he doubtless
~-ileemod valid and urgent, ordered. Capt. Dent
i.,anzeCap't. Fleteher, with , their eempanieS
;the 9thinfuntry, to 4oin Limit,. Cot. Casey on
?Puget gouud. , Col. Catier had made a 'de
-4 itiand for more troops_ upon',Col. Wright, - who
itrefuied their, stating be had none to • spare.'
:ri(atniakin, the chief of tha Yakimas and, Kit.
donbtless kept himself thoroughly in
'kneed as to the disposition of the troops,' , '
11nd only , waited for Col. Wright to. move from
„ he Danes to strike three blows almost shout
tkaneously ; one at the Cascades,: to, be_ rein.
'forced and followed immediately ,by one upon .
Fort Vancouver, and himself,-at the head . f
large body, was to assault the Hanes. Su c h
,h - : .
we learn, was. his programme, from-an Indian
prisoner who escaped from his camp. It - was,
'understood that Col. IVright's
to march from Fort Danes on Tuesday, the
25th:ult., but It did net start until the day
,fallowing. A partY of. near fifty Yakruas."--
with u small ono of Klikitats, id concert with
near flip whole - cascade" - tribe, thought this
moment the favorable one, and on Wedneedty ,
Morning early, attacked, at the name-;moment
._iiietipper_and lower ends of:the portagoz.tind.
the Block House. The unarmed and - terrified
aettlere Ilettibiraril Bradford's Imre and the
- :Block House for refuge, which some .of them
never reached, - being pursued, shot down, and
'murdered by the yeilingtmvages. The attack
'continued until Friday morning, during which. .
time all the h - Ouses ot.lhaliortage Were rob • -•
bed end bursted, exciept, thrum shalt, the Block
"iiouse • and Bradforda store alone teas lean
:standing at the upper end. •
There have beeu in all twelve citizens killed
and six wounded, tbrd soldiers killed atuf
lhree wounded. An attack was made on the
Steamboat, 'Mary, lying at the upper Cascade, ,
when,igallautdefence was inset, by: those in
eh ane ar -S he rte, eiveral being wounded and one„
!l escaped after same of the enemy
tail fallen. riCol. tWright'lleard of the disaster
it his camp on 44 . Five 11Iile creek; ) ! . on. Wed =
latteday night (or Thursday morning tither),
, 'returned and 'landed with, tour - companies. of,;
infatitry, sidetaohnient each of 'Artillery and -
Dragoops,,at.thaupper• Cascades on - Friday
moroingi:haviogieft his, -- ,baggage•• and trains
;behind; and hurried .to the pipet with„ three
days' provisions.• The trooPalvere firedintawa -
hey came to ',land, by the enemy, but 'the • -
latter fled qn,the soldiers gaining !the dime.
7he enemy fell back about two hundred yards • •
-densthie.kt-whioh-borders-the foot of
,hill covered with it-heavy forest, and from
'this pvition keptoo a desultory fire upon the
'troops, until a round of canister from a nroun
/Mit howitzer under Lieut. Piper, and a charge '
of skirmishers (Capt. Winder's and Capt.- -
Archer's otompanies) dislodged them. Col
-,StePtoe.. took :thp.two last -mentioned
Ipaniea and cleared the ptortige of the enemy,-
falling upon a party of them near the lower -
end, of .whotn.. owl, was
horses and mules' taken a'nd , quite a large,,
'amount of plunder, which they hail caked in
_fled places. During thedey the Indians
_did 'before the troops, firing back from behind 4 '
trans viten a gbod 'chance- (imitate& - They.
killed one soldier, 'and toot , two of - their. own .
number.' • • Since 'theh,. a -Alilitary
.instituted by Colonel Wright;. has. ; tried
nod oonderoned,totleath; Pin_ of. tt k e
Indian tribe for partioipatiou in the mesas.- '
Nitiahave 'been' hanged, and one rs
prieved on the petition of some' of thetfitizens
Amoug those hanged. Were ..two chiefs '
ChenowettCand Tamaulth. -The rest of,the -
tribe CoLWright haatontined to an !A si a iR•
the rieer,'with - orders for none of theist te,
leave it op pain 'of. death..• The conditel 'of
the settlers op the-Portage,' and the party or
i,oldiera at the Block House, in thisJeng -and
periled, defence, wie gallantin the extreme.
Lieut. - Sheridan; of the 4th infantry, With ,
about forty.soldiers, Muni tip?firom Fort Vita=
course oti.Thursday, the 27t1C.ult.'; and. to
‘lindiag,we i s,e,eaailefl,bratk eTerwitelining fore"
of the e nemy, ; whom he, at off,with,his Oar. °
eeteristiticaolnetts aid wood conduct: "'lf. Wal . :
endeavoring , to relies*. the., Block:MO* 'Out
iludi., o o it . 10 PPPCIAble eidTetteet on this.** ~•
-10; next 4 , fiy„ wen,. trying to , Ftimaki4
°that'', whin' Mts . :Riot Steptoaput the ,
in-atigtititint theintinetWen: Joined Step*
Th e m was.siest: attialt body, of :lvoloatiose'
tint mune very, groatptirfroes
news of the; attack' • Whether the)"
'with, the enemy or'ackt; ; •
PoespeOtfitliy4ott &Intim iterristt ' ‘'
ZARTalkinail the atklast, ‘ 4.
prektv in ehooli of Att,s4kVA ie 1 1141
felt.in thirvity of , Ott , the 40i) 114
and Rt uglitirthsliime hour's
wais telt, litt Ajekimeirt •
THE OREGON WAR.