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From Santa Fe --The New Mexican mail has arrived at Independence, Mo., a day behind time, having been detained by heavy show storms from Santa Fe to the crossing of the Arkansas river, and from there the roads are in a very bad condition. News had reached Santa Fe from the volunteers in pursuit of the Navajo Indians. The campaign was very successful, and a large number of Indians were killed and taken prisoners, and more stock than they are able to take care of, also sufficient corn to last them through the winter. They have applied for more men to take care of the stock. The soldiers from Hatch's ranch made an attack upon some Camanche Indians that came into Chapito to trade. They fired on them while they were at the trading house, and then took all their horses and left. The horses were sold in Santa Fe a few days ago.--Since that time the Indians have retaliated, by going in open day to Hatch's ranch, and driving off 460 Government beef cattle. The Gazette is out in