Tíio Pony Express Company havo decided to Btsrt ;n extra pmiy from tliis pniiit tbr California on AV'ednesdny . the Ttii, cnfryiitg eleotion ncws and private telegrflnjSi It is expcoted tliat thispouy u-ill iiinke rery quick timo. Tha Central üverland and Piko's Peak lüxpruss co:ioli, wiili tlic mails aud n full I lond Of puseilers fro;n Denver, panul I here at'2 P. SÍ. on Sunday from St. Josapli. Tko news by thís arrival is scauOlftrk, Gmbcr & Co., baokere, ostimate the gi)id yield of tlic Piko's Peak rsgion fnr the eurront year at about five mfllion dollars. Grcat nnmbéri of mir.ers are learing fnr the States and New Mexico, to pass the winter. Captain Sully, of the 2d inf-mtry, with his eomniíind, consisting of P ciimpany, 2á infantry. GO strong, una 22 of tha 'id clragoon, urrived to-áay. Tho officers attacbed :iro Lionts. B.'iid :id Huntor, 2d infantry, and Licnt Berrj, 2d dragnons. Wlien Gapt. Sully let't the Pawftea Agency, there wéra do Indiana tliere; they had left on a hunt T'io Agent was dissatilfied that thu troops were vrithdrawn, for fear of an attaok from tlie Sioux, and it is understood that he hns appliod to Washington for a cnmpnny of infantry to pmteet Lim. It is known here that ths Sioux are nlso pu their wiuter hiiiit. As bnth tribeiare hunting on tiie Repubiican Fork, it is hopjd th.it they will meet there and settle their differonees to the giitisfaction of themsolves ;nd t he frontier ssttlements by using eauh other up. The people of tíii frantier are grestly dissatisSed that tlis goremuient should proteet the Pawnees asjainst the Sioux, whon it is notorious that it gives lieenso to tha fornier to commit depredations on the letter.