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Northern Texas for unsoundness on the Southern question. A Mr. Esry, of Capt. Brinson's company, was hung for another and different offence, but one as bad and as shocking to every sense of manliness. Affairs in San Antonio.--From the San Antonio News, of the 18th ult., we cull the following items: A soldier was shot here yesterday for desertion. In attempting to arrest him, a Mexican was also shot and killed by a soldier, a mile from town. A woman in this town died on the 6th inst., named Gambert from a wound inflicted by her husband with a large butcher knife. Her husband made his escape. Cart loads of cotton are daily passing through this place into Mexico, whose ports are virtually blockaded by Lincoln. San Antonio presents quite an active appearance, with troops constantly arriving and departing. Flour is selling here at $6 to $8 per hundred lbs. Pork 8 cents per lb. Bacon 12 to 15 cents per lb. Coffee and sugar scarce, but money plenty; change for
ound to this port, supposing there was no blockade, which want of information will be unfortunate for her owners, as she will no doubt be seized. From Fort Holt, Ky--two Lincolnites killed. From the Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News, of the 6th inst., we take the following: We have just received additional news that it has been admitted at Camp Holl that two men were killed by the firing from one of our gun-boats, "Gen. Polk," last Sunday. It is said to have been occasioned by a plug bomb, which fell inside the fort and exploded. Old Harvey brown dead. The Montgomery Mail, of the 6th instant, says: There has been a rumor upon our streets several days that Col. Brown, of Fort Pickens, has died of a wound received in the late fight below Pensacola. Passengers up from that city this morning, say the report is firmly believed, but not positively known to be true. Rich Scenes Occurring among the Lincoln soldiery. The following article which we take