Pantagraph 8 Nov 1864 94th voting and health

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came in votes. of 2d Monday was He oars. votes rest denert- tho luft do that often can bus- bus- we one nmn at re the 8,1864 "Bally Round the Flag Boyi." Wo r tk. Kntra from the lfiarn that twenty-iour twenty-iour twenty-iour 94th came home yesterday, and mora are expected to-day. to-day. to-day. The voters of the company that went into the State service with Major Wilmeth, are also at borne that more than a hunurea lanougu- lanougu- diers will be in tne cuuuiy uj 7". nnll. are closed to-night, to-night, to-night, in. soiu - r. -n. -n. -nna -nna the flair." whether in tne field or at home, and nineteon-twentieths nineteon-twentieths nineteon-twentieths of them will vote right. Headquarters Co. A, 94th 111- 111- Reg. ) Pt. Ala.. Oct. 22, '64. I Friend Charles:-! Charles:-! Charles:-! have the honor of sending you for publication a report iw Vntnf mvcompanv. vevoieuuj There wore sixty-throe sixty-throe sixty-throe votes cast, as fol lows: For Abraham Lincoln, : : a na,.a n MeClellan. : : nne """fe" ior iv. o. vgic"j, Robertson, : : non8 I remain your obedient, Peter JJRoipe. Th .hove is better than we expected. Woii h hnvii are all right and we do not 1 K !Jl.1.1lL.M wonder that the Cops, are airaia w ie vuou, vote. WAIL COPPERHEADS YOUR VOTES WILL BE LOST. An item. We fell Into conversation the other evening at the Western Depot with an Irishman who expressed great dislike for .!, PiNTiaRAPU. For instance, he said it i.ul.liMhed a zreat lie the other day about secret met ting at the Western Hotel, saying that somebody looked on through s holo in the wall. Mr. Patlauder said he knew the torv was a lie. for he had boen all over the bote! ! looked, and then vat no hole there. Of oourse we were obliged to admit that "D. D. must have been mistaken. The case apars to be settled now. " D. D. D." is a sud romancer. Health of the 94th. A private letter from t'apt. Deunisou was shown to us Mon-lav. Mon-lav. Mon-lav. and from it we learn that the regiment is at Mobile P-int P-int P-int without any prospect of moving. The scurvy cases are disappearing, disappearing, and the general health of the boys im-j.r. im-j.r. im-j.r. ring. ('apt. Dennison recently visited Xrw Orleitns and rurcha-d rurcha-d rurcha-d there a few hundred dollars worth uf onions and vege- vege- M.le t..r the regiment, ana teinaritui the improvr-l improvr-l improvr-l tute of health appears to be partly owing to the diet thus obtained. No ni. raii linnfinn ho W tnueh CihhJ will le done by the load of vegetables now on their way U the regiment frm tins county. VofB FOKTHK (JALLAN'T HICK 10R (iOVKKNOK. h at tit of D fit very in and we tion . . Iu Um iku .M all aalil Isel. fruol fare

Clipped from The Pantagraph08 Nov 1864, TuePage 4

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)08 Nov 1864, TuePage 4
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