to dy , ho a am fr(k, toae fire or six ia ma hm 4aired e go howwari by the wa I it Baft Xiver, awl, fearing thit Mm wight fall a prey to the Indians hj 51 kf company, Mr. HeGi sfwUce to Geal Johnson for an Wt who told ki to report to tk ffit- ia t Br irer, and tka fwe would farakli kia aM hk friends t to Pfrjjired, wkfeh tky ae waa dmgly dd. The eoamaadiag ol vMt seat wi eort of twwty ea 'J i H nt Vrt of tke Stance .only T 2?' V -&mtt leavW t mt. 80 nles froa Ratt River Kaa von tap make good their place of desfmi tan ik tao ladiaaa, wuld prmlt thn wa pass. They were fortunate enou tad ake the head Of Raft River. I ed. they found the unmistakeafele signs at- recent massacre by the Indians, rse informant states that they found ; dt, eraL wagons partly hurnt; and 1 by, from tho signs left of horses shot' d ok on the camp, ground and rece 6d, butchered cattle, that the company ,1s, an emigrant train. This was f a confirmed bytke abandanco'ef feat! ,it that were scattered over the" grpi io, supposed to bo taken from tlib fea! lar heda o an; emigrant party. Mr. in says they found on the ground scv satchels or carpet sacks, ripped o and rifled o their contents, T also found calicoes left on the gron i A unmistakeahlo evidence that a ri ra or booty had heen, taken than tho c ta' my was able, to carry off., ,' , At this point our inforraanV'i party turned backj. and on their ret rd"-JhW-f?--a PCeP Orcek .Qa in' in rid Bear RiVor a satchel and 9 remains bf several head of .cattle cently killed, and the further e t denco that another vun fortunate ci Srant had been jinmercifully butchO; by the" .savages of the desert. ( Mama 1 . T N umu supposed w. do Xiyman, Uir Mr.. Oman: says that ho ahfoilean a" from a Reliable source that anot! rr man had been, found dead on the r -3- atJBluo Springs, and .that ho pagi H- several -placb3 whorp wa'gonshad. .b( " burnt . r. ., i y -; , in. - Arc;, rioV' these',, reports, cnough- startle us and suuicieni'to;;cutr 'off tl y annual .flood o emigration' Across i : coritfneritthat. for years haSfurnisheti r cstcrn..atonfl'.tho'-"Sjei J' Nevada,, the gold'placers o 'the Pa (i cjthat sthrdy 'rdce of men frorii.-t v SaMlhv?, iu'dtP' the cities California,. dovclqped. her mineral a agricultural r resources, :arid placed 1 beside , the .oldest . sldter StaVpsas competitor for jthp higho'sf claims the arts and sciences? Ia it.riat bnbu r to naralyze our own trado with the Ei and West, and destroy a branch J business lucrative: to traders and ber Official to-omfrrranis?