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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 United States steamer just as she had made the bar. She was then boarded, and Mr. Zacharie and Mr. Thomas Rogers, of Tnothing 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 Avalanche, of the 4th inst.,) to Mr. Matheney, just arrived from Texas for a copy of the "McKinney Messenger" of the 20th, from which we extract the following important news: Just as we go to press,
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The Sirge of Matamoras --The Fight Still Going On.--From a Brownsville (Texas) letter in she Houston Telegraph we extract the following: Our neighbors on the other side are still maintaining their Kilkenny cat and pop-gun fight. This is the fifteenth day of the slege, and both sides remain in about the same position as on the first day. We hear daily of reinforcements and cannon coming, first for one side and the for the other; but really I believe that they have all the force eithve that they have all the force either can raise. Later.--The San Antonio News has received the Brownsville Flag, of the 12th--one week later than we have had — and from it obtains intelligence up to the 22d day of the slege of Matamoras: The drama had continued as it commenced — can non and small arms day by day, with change of scene by the burning of buildings by night. We have no account of the killed and wounded, as the hospital has been removed to the other side of the rive