Pantagraph 12 Sep 1864 Mobile-Ft. Morgan

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Pantagraph 12 Sep 1864 Mobile-Ft. Morgan - BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, MONDAY of & on of to by...
BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, MONDAY of & on of to by and a out b III!., ! of By th lUinoit t Miuinippi TrUgravh Company. Office mMain Strut. DAY. K. SMITH, Operator. THE WAR FOR THE UNION. MOBILE Reported Captured Official Dispatches from Secretary Stanton. THE WAR- WAR- IN VIRGIMA FROM THE 94TH. Particulars about the Surrender Surrender of Fort Morgan. " Brave Boys are They"- They"- None of the 91th Hurt. OrVlClAL UILLET1N. Wa DaPABTiiiNT,.Sept. 10. To Oik. Diz : This department has received dispatches from Gen. Sherman down to 10 o'clock yesterday a. u. His army ii ooncentrAted'at Atlanta. His troops are in position and well. lie says IVilnon andj.Steadman are stir ring Wheeler up pretty well, and hope tbey will make an end of him as uillon did of Morgan. The weather is beautiful, and all thing bright. No recent intelligence hue been received from Mobile. No movement are reported in the Shen andoah Valley, or in the Amy of the Potomac. Potomac. Recruiting is pr.greing vigorou.ly in inont of the Statu. Signed J K. M. STANTON, Secretary of t ar, F.10M MOUlLC. The WorlJ'a Wftuhinirton .i.aoinl dated lluJO IftKt niiclil, aaya it wa ruui'iteJ initial city that Mobile tiai tallen. Jhe inrrin- inrrin- tlnn is eftiu io nave ioii ornauifi iroin rri deertrs who ny Ib Hiver liar w pMerd by the whole Reel, and aftr a Urrifio aliell-ing aliell-ing aliell-ing the city wat surreiidured, the troop having retired t-illi t-illi t-illi interior. The llorat .' Krt ('nines' correapondeui of the 'M mjs Gen Granger ha not returned returned from New Or Iran, and there will be no important military operation until be ban. In the meantime preparation f ir work are going on. From the 94th. Menu PoiT, Alahaha, I Aug. U-ld, U-ld, U-ld, II u'rlH'k A. M. I Arrangement have junt this moment been completed with the rebel Gen. Page for the uneomutmnal surrender of Tort Mrgan, at 2 o'clock r.,u., ti day. The army and navy batteries and a Urge portl'in of the fleet un. der Admiral Parragul, opened on the K.-rt K.-rt K.-rt yeterday morning, aiuce which time the enemy have not been able to Are a ehot fr no a heavy gun, w completely wre iney ei-ence. ei-ence. ei-ence. La night we run a p op v the laci of the Fort. Much of the property in.ideof the tort ban been deetroynJ l.y our mortar ehell. the building lnid be ingmotly bum-l bum-l bum-l or Mill burning. M t of the gun bave bn diemounted bf ur batterK. Tb artillery practice wa etceU lent, that of the Monitor I think bae Merer been aurped, if equaM. Our whole hnleen frra il to seven wounded, and one limb I t. and none killed. None of the SMlhburt. Tb health of the regimen! it jond. W will probably move In a It day, where, you mey gu. but do not expect expect Iq much, nr be few baty in your ei-pectation. ei-pectation. ei-pectation. Thlnge mnv nicely her. I will try and get my note off on the Bret dint fttch boat to New Driven. You re, Mac. a his don eve and us 5th 7 a. the and railroad this down is Oth enemy' are less but seem front from For been be given our trnin a are burg wag A Sept. toinao place and left. Riehm " S io evening tea, Th ty, ffer. million MwOmS pri.a .0. al bat J. All

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