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Signs of the times. The subjoined extracts from late papers will prove interesting to the reader: [From the New York Evening Post, Aug. 29.] for Matamoras or A Market. A day or two ago the Evening Post called attention to the fact that the first applications for clearances to Matamoras, Mexico, made at the custom-house for three years past have been within a week; and, also, that the convenient town of Brownsville, Texas, a little distance from Matamoras, on the other side of the Rio Grande, is quite as good a port as Matamoras, with the known advantage of being near the Gulf, and the probable one of being the port for which the shipments are intended. A reference to our shipping list to day will show that the William R. Kibbe, whose name is familiar in connection with the recent history of the slave trade, has just cleared for Matamoras. She sailed to-day under the British flag, with a cargo valued at from twenty to thirty thousand dollars, and consisting of