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(Texas) TelegraphMay 5.] Our gallant Bill Scurry, with his "ragged Texans," has gained another anon Glorietta at all hazard. He also sent Col. Scurry to Galisteo, to guard the other pass, with evening. Meanwhile he sent a dispatch to Scurry to help. The messenger did not reach Scurry, Scurry, camp till midnight. Scurry at once put his command in motion and reached Pyrom, in two hours and toning. On the expiration of the armistice, Scurry opened the ball with the discharge of the gunsup for half or three quarters of an hour, when Scurry ordered charge. Our boys drove them from thei was driven from the same end they went in at. Scurry now charged them again, and put them to utter pshire, of Colorado, of the 5th regiment. Scurry's conduct was most gallant. He never flagged, and was always the same Bill Scurry, full of humor, we all knew so well. He always carries the samy sent a flanking force and got possession of Scurry's wagons, four miles distant, and burned them.