Clipped From The Hutchinson News
a From the Seat of War. LOUIBVILLE, Ky., Oct 88.—A staff correspondent correspondent of the Titnu, who went to Pineville last night, wires particulars from the battle of yesterday morning, as follows: Wilson Howard and one of his principal henchmen, named Jennings, are among the wounded, and it is said that Howard's Injuries are probably fatal, The Turners have been in possession of the town for more than a week. Their leader is John Turner, just 17 years of age. Howard's forces have been in camp one mile from town. There are about forty men in each crowd, all armed with' Winchesters and revolvers. Yesterday morning Turner led his followers in an attack on the Howard Howard camp. The attacking party got in the first work but were finally driven back to town. A report reached Pineville at 11 o'clock this morning that tbe Howard forces in Harlan, enraged by tbe battle of yesterday, and the prohably fatal wound- Ing of their leader, left camp last night aud started for Harlan Court House, intending intending to kill every body that belongs to tbe opposition and burn the town. Troope Wanted.