Indians. A spy party of four men were sent out on 2d September. On the 3d, while at dinner near the fork of the Albuquerque and Fort Union roads, 86 miles from Fort Stanton, they were suddenly surrounded by 30 or 40 Indians, supposed to be Kiowas, After four hours hard fighting, three or the Americans were killed, and the fourth, Sergeant T. A. Saunders, succeeded in making his escape, having a very fast horse.
The names of those killed are Jas. Emmencher, Jas. Mosses, and T. C. Pemberton, all of Lavaca county, Texas.
Federal vessels going South.
The Savannah Republican, of the 12th, publishes the following extract from a letter dated Dent's Batteries, St. Simon's Islands November 9th:
"Yesterday, at about high water, one of Old Abe's fleet have in sight.
We fully expected a fight, but she gave us the go by. Since then three have passed, each running very near the bar. What does it mean?--They have not stopped at Fernandina, as this morning is so clear we