ATTACKED BY INDIANS. GALVESTON, Texas, Aug. 12.--A special to the News from Dallas says that Gen. Byrne and a party of prospectors en route to Mexico were attacked by Indians near San Elizario, El Paso County, and Byrne was seriously wounded.
DENVER, Col., Aug. 13.--A Tribune special from Santa Fe says: "Gen. Byrne of Fort Worth, Texas, who was wounded by the Indians in the recent attack on a mail coach between Quitman and Eagle Springs, died last night of his wounds. The Indians are on the Mexican side of the river, but are demoralized, and have lost considerable in men, their supply camp, 20 head of cattle, and a good many head of horses by the Ninth Cavalry in the Sierra Diablo. They have made no other stand since the fight in Rattlesnake Canyon. The bulk of Gen. Grierson's command are now at Sulphur springs, following a large trail, and a part of the com- mand, under Capt. Nolan, have already arrived at Quitman, in pursuit. Gen. Grierson has been very successful in en- countering and heading Victorio off and driv- ing him back into Mexico. It is believed the United States troops will cross the river and take up and follow Victorio's trail.