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d if the enemy get that fort they are smarter than we take them to be. The Brownsville Flag, of the 12th ult., says: We have had exciting times at Brownsville the last few days. The United States steamer Brazos Santiago de Cuba, from Havana, mounting four guns, having followed the English schooner Eugenie Smith, Capt. Smith, bound from Havana to Matamoras, and loaded with bagging and calico, owned principally by Mr. Zacharie, of New Orleans, she was brought to by a shot from the UniHavana to Matamoras, and loaded with bagging and calico, owned principally by Mr. Zacharie, of New Orleans, she was brought to by a shot from the United States steamer just as she had made the bar. She was then boarded, and Mr. Zacharie and Mr. Thomas Rogers, of Texas, were made prisoners. The hatches of the schooner were then broken open, and nothing contraband being found she was permitted to depart. The United States steamer went towards Galveston with her prisoners. It is reported in Brownsville that L. Price, who had the ox-cart contract for Arizona, is now U. S. Consul at Matamoras. We are indebted (says the Memphis Avalan