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hat Gen. Carleton, with the California volunteers, had reached the Rio Grande without opposition. The rebel General Sibley had withdrawn his forces from New Mexico into Texas. The Apache Indians attacked two companies of Federal cavalry passing through Mesilla Valley, killing seven and wounding several. The Indians were repulsed with great loss. Butter 23 cents per pound. No other change. The loss of the Golden Gate — no probability of saving the treasure. San Francisco, Aug. 7. --Capt. Budson, at Manzanilla on the 30th of July, reports to the agents of the Golden Gate here that, owing to the shelving beach and heavy surf where the wreck is lying, there is little probability of saving the treasure.--He, with a part of the crew and officers, remained as agents of the underwriters, protecting the wreck, with the hopes of saving additional lives. The third officer, Mr. Scott, in charge of a boat containing from twenty to thirty persons, had not reached Manzanil