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med Eads, employed in the quartermaster's department at Nashville, has obtained fifty thousand dollars by forgery and decamped. Six of the thirteen guns intended for Cedar Point battery, at the entrance of Sandusky harbor, have arrived at Sandusky. They are old thirty-two-pounders, rifled, and will be mounted shortly. A blockade-runner, recently arrived at an English port, reports that the Wilmington blockading squadron now numbers one hundred and seventy vessels. The Rocky Mountain News of the 5th says that nearly one hundred persons have been killed by the Indians along the Platte and Arkansas rivers since the beginning of the outbreaks, about three months age. Fifty places of business in Eastport, Maine, were destroyed by fire on the 23d. The loss is estimated at $300,000. On the 15th instant, the hills in the vicinity of Woodstock, Vermont, were white with snow. The court-house at Mayfield, Kentucky, was burned by Confederates on Wednesday night.