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route — in all upwards of ten thousand men to go forward within a week. Expected official Advices from Fort Pickens--the Tankies Incredulous. Washington, Nov. 30. --The Navy Department has no intelligence from the Gulf, except what has been published. Nothing official from that quarter is expected until the arrival he Niagara draws too much water to have been in the position which these reports assigned to her. Steamboat Collision and Drowning of soldiers. Cincinnati, Nov. 30. --The steamer Belle Creole, from Cincinnati for Pittsburg, deeply laded, and the steamer Fallstone, from Kanawha, with a portion of Colonel Tythe's Tenth O Creole was valued at twenty thousand dollars, and is insured in Cincinnati offices. News from Kentucky--movements of General Zollicoffer. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30. --The Evening Bulletin says that a few days since the rebel Gen. Zollicoffer was at Monticello, Wayne county, with 7,000 men. All the liquor stores we