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ated with indignity, our motto is, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life. The Santee had her flag at half-mast all day Saturday. Col. Baylor's force Threatened by two thousand five hundred Federals. The San Antonio Herald says: We are informed that General Sibley received on Thursday evening an express from Colonel Baylor informing the General that Colonel Canby, with 2,600 men, is at Fort Craig, threatening to come and destroy El Paso. Baylor was at Dona Anna, determined to check Canby as far as possible. Eluding the blockade. The Telegraph says: We are glad to hear of the successful landing of 3,000 bushels of salt, at a point within easy communication of Houston, despite of the blockade. Where it comes from and where it is now, may be known by applying to — any one that knows. Gen. A. S. Johnston to the Governor of Arransas. Below is the letter addressed by Gen. A. S. Johnston to Gov. Rector, of Arkansas, declining to