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f 650 soldiers. Corn gathering has commenced generally in the Valley. This crop is a full one, and the same might be truthfully said of all the crops this season. The mellowness of a bountiful harvest shines brightly on every side. Col. Baylor has authorized the raising of two companies of volunteers for special service against the Indians. Don. Anastacio Barela has offered to furnish one hundred of these volunteers with horses Colonel Baylor assures the citizens that as soon as miColonel Baylor assures the citizens that as soon as military movements will permit, active operations will be instituted against the Apaches. Thirty two men, twenty from this place and twelve from Picacho, left this place last Wednesday night, to assist the citizens of Pino Alto in protecting themselves from the Indians. The paroled prisoners taken by the Confederate forces in Arizona have left Santa Fe for the States. As far as the military department of New Mexico is concerned, these parties have been fully respected. Capt. Brooks, of