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ew's regiment of Cherokees passed through the Creek agency, on the 24th inst., en route to Gen. McCulloch's camp. The Fort Smith Times learns from Dr. Evans, Surgeon to Colonel Drew's Cherokee regiment, who arrived from Port Gibson, that the Indian regiments have all been ordered to Kansas. The Opothleyholo affair is all expired. The same paper states that Gen. McCulloch has ordered that all troops south of Boston Mountain, en route for his command, encamp at some point on the Arkansas river, below Van Buren, where they can go into comfortable winter quarters. Under no circumstances will he receive more mounted men.--Maj. Clarke had been directed to carry out these orders. The Times makes a note of the following: "In the company from Polk county, commanded by Capt. Jas. B. Williams, which was mustered in at this place on last Saturday, is a deaf and dumb man named James Kuykendar, who would not remain, but insisted upon going. He says he can, and is evidently de