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Station, and have full possession forward to within one mile of Marietta.--All well. No other military intelligence to-day. Edwin M. Staton, Secretary of War. A correspondent of the Inquirer, writing from near Cold Harbor, June 3d, P. M., says that "four thousand men will not cover the casualties of that day's fighting. An average advance of our lines somewhat less than half mile, and the capture of about four hundred prisoners, form the result of the day's operations." , to four millions per day in 1864. A message from Capt. Ewing, at Bloomfield, says the guerillas destroyed the telegraph line near Charleston, and swore they intended to keep it down. A dispatch from Col. Rogers, dated Cape Girardeau, June 3, says: "The whole company of guerillas crossed the river and swamp, and were within eight miles of here last night. They have cut the telegraph line to New Madrid." The presence of these bands of guerillas is accounted for by the abandonme