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Last Friday evening, about three o'clock, a Mexican train which was encamped just above Heart's Mill (in El Paso) was attacked by a party of Indians. The Mexicans in charge fled on their approach, leaving everything.--The Indians took the oxen (some one hundred head) and left in the direction of Dog Cannon. At last accounts forty Mexicans were in pursuit. On Saturday morning a horse belonging to a Mexican in this city, and which was in a stable in "California," was found shot with Apache arrows. Militia draft from North Carolina. The following order has been issued from the Adjutant General's office to the several Colonels of militia regiments in the city of Raleigh, North Carolina, and county. It excites considerable attention: Executive Dep't North Carolina,Adj't Gen'l's office, (Militia,)Raleigh, Jan. 13th, 1862. Colonel: You will forthwith assemble all the men liable to militia duty under existing orders in your regiment, and select by volunteering f