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g party came up from Pensacola and cut the Mobile and Great Northern railroad at Pollard's, seventy-two-miles northeast of Mobile, and then retired. From General Hood. We are still without advices from Hood, except through the Northern papers; full extracts from which will be found in another column. If half they tell bHood, except through the Northern papers; full extracts from which will be found in another column. If half they tell be true, Hood is in a bad fix, indeed., Perhaps the worst piece of their news is the reported death of General Forrest. This being on the authority of Rousseau, there is much reason to hope it is untrue. Official information has been received here that a column of five thousand of the enemy are on the Mobile and Ohio railroadHood is in a bad fix, indeed., Perhaps the worst piece of their news is the reported death of General Forrest. This being on the authority of Rousseau, there is much reason to hope it is untrue. Official information has been received here that a column of five thousand of the enemy are on the Mobile and Ohio railroad, north of its crossing of the Mississippi railroad.