ar Chattanooga; that of the Tennessee, under McPherson, scattered front Huntsville, Alabama, to theerman the middle part, covering the hosts of McPherson, Thomas, Schofield, and Steele; and reserved of 100,000,—50,000 with Thomas, 35,000 with McPherson, 15,000 with Schofield.
Sherman was gratiby the 4th of May.
It took till the 7th for McPherson to get into Villanow, a few miles to the sould our line of supply, Sherman pressed after McPherson the armies of Thomas and Schofield.
But Johe enemy's empty works at Calhoun.
Meanwhile McPherson had been marching on parallel roads to the re, went straightforward from that place, and McPherson did the same from his position, laying his b must have been a gap of three miles between McPherson and us. Schofield was badly injured by the fdisfigured faces.
The next day, the 28th, McPherson made an effort to withdraw from Dallas, so a between Sweeny and the front.
About midday McPherson, having determined to make a stronger left,