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st the Confederacy and discharged; the Captain, Lieutenant, Orderly Sergeant, and three teamsters were made prisoners of war. Both the officers and men declared that they had been trifled with — that they had enlisted expressly and only to fight Indians, and had no desire to fight Americans. Capt. Coopwood then withdrew his men in the direction of Mesilla, and camped thirty miles this side of Alamosa. At sunrise, on the morning of the 26th, while the command was breakfasting, the pickful, and superior officer. The Times also furnishes the following intelligence: On the morning of the 30th ult., five Apaches stole out of a corral at the village of Picacho, two hundred head of cattle. To show the audacity of these Indians, we will and that the stock was stolen within five miles of a camp of 650 soldiers. Corn gathering has commenced generally in the Valley. This crop is a full one, and the same might be truthfully said of all the crops this season. The mel