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l day. It is supposed the bill will be crowded through the House in three weeks. Fremont leaves for his new department to-day. The steamer Roanoke is to be iron-clad. Nothing official from the West. Senator Wade's friends are confident of his election to the U. S. Senate. Information has been received at Washington that large quantities of cotton had been taken through Texas, and thence to Europe. Chicago, March 21. --Jeff. Thompson is marching upon Cape Girardeau, and is pressing men and horses into the rebel service — A skirmish has taken place between some of his forces and the Federals, in which several were killed and wounded on both sides. New York, March 21. --United States 6's, 1881, 941. Sales of cotton have been made at Philadelphia at 18, 31 for low and high grades — firmer. The name of Fort Calhoun is to be changed to that of Fort Wool. General Wool has established a Sansorship over the press in his division.