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From Mobile. Mobile, September 26. --A special dispatch to the Evening News, dated Senatobia 26th, and Memphis September 23d, says a Confederate force, five hundred strong, have crossed the Cumberland river below Fort Donelson, and are moving rapidly into Kentucky. General Mower, with a portion of the Sixteenth corps, has reinforced Steele at Little Rock. Sixty Confederate prisoners, including nine officers, released under special exchange with Washburne, arrived here Saturday in charge of Lieutenant Hammond, of Colonel Nettles's cavalry regiment. They are mostly prisoners captured during Smith's late raid and Forrest's attack on Memphis.
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