During the latter part of last week a party of twenty-five Indians visited Atascosa county, committing serious outrages.
At 3 o'clock on Friday evening they rode through the village at Pleasanion, in the vicinity of which they killed Mr. Hartington, and wounded Mr. Anderson and Mr. E. O'Brien, citizens of the county.
They took from Mr. Childress about 125 head of horses — including several valuable animals.
From Penalosa they took 29 head.
They killed three negro's belonging to Marcelius French, who is in the Confederate army in Virginia.
Mr. Wallace, as we are informed, a citizen of Atascosa, with treaty-eight men, is after the savages, and at last accounts he was but eight hours behind them.
Thirteen of Mr. Childress's horses were recovered on the trail.
Upon being informed of the facts, Col. McCulloch sent Capt. Ragsdale's company in pursuit.
This company is composed principally of frontiersmen, and if it overtakes the redskins it will do good execution.