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Fight with Indians --United States Officer Killed.--The New Mexican mail, with dates to the 28th ult., has arrived. Capt. Geo. McLane, of the mounted rifles, was killed by the Navajo Indians on the 13th of October. He was out on a scout with his company, and when within about twenty-five miles of Fort Defiance, a party of Indians were overtaken. In the charge upon them, Capt. McLane killed four Indians with his pistols. When the charge was made and the word to rally given, the Captain became separated from his men and was seen to fall from his horse. His foot became entangled in his stirrup, and his horse being frightened, ran off, dragging him a considerable distance before he was stopped.--When his men came up, they found that he was dead. He had three shots in him, which must have produced instant death. Capt. McLane was a son of Senator McLane, of Delaware. He leaves a widow and three children, who are at Albuquerque. The Indians, after the death of Capt. McLane, ma
Mr. Lincoln and the crisis. Springfield, Nov. 13.--Mr. Lincoln, in conversation with some friends yesterday, while deeply regretting the excitement that prevailed at the South, did not, at the same time, deem it expedient that he should say anything publicly upon the subject. Whenever spoken to regarding his position, he invariably refers to his former writings and speeches, and from these to the platform of the party which elected him — a combination, he thinks, sufficient for all purposes.
ave caused a buoyant feeling in the cotton market, and the sales yesterday reached 5000 bales. At 10 ¼@11 For middling. The receipts at this port atone since Saturday have been 8,000 bales. Freights are steady at 19-32. Exchange on London nominally 6 ½@6 per cent. Money matters rather unsettled. The exports of cotton to England from this port during the week were only 2000 bales. New Orleans, Nov. 12.--the exports of cotton hence to England, the past week, were 19,000 bales, and to Havre 11,000. the receipts during the past three days were 24,000 bales Exchange on London is down to 5 per cent. And sight drafts on the North have also been down as low as ⅝ per cent, discount, showing more confidence in the future. Boston,Nov. 13.--the weekly bank statement shows the following footings: Capital Stock$37,831,700 Loans and Discounts64,089,000 Specie4,818,000 Due from other Banks8,023,000 Due to other Banks9,088,000 Deposits19,647,500 Circulation7,792,0