Colonel Ross and J. C. Robinson, members of Congress from Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Turner, of Louisville, Kentucky; Mr. each other suggested continuation of their discussions.
Illinois was then represented in the United States Senate by Willi should be inaugurated at all hazards.“ As a senator from Illinois, he was most active on the committee of arrangements for e Civil War; Stephen A. Douglas; Hon. William Kellogg, of Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Pryor; Doctor Garnett; Senator Judter's death in the early sixties; Mr. and Mrs. Foulke, of Illinois; Senator Edward Baker, killed at Ball's Bluff in 1862; Coe soldiers at the front.
Returning to our home in southern Illinois, we found that the proximity of that section to the s almost alone to face the excited, reckless people of southern Illinois.
Finally the day arrived upon which Mr. Logan wasthe details of raising his regiment, and so sure that southern Illinois would be true to the Union, that he seemed almost hap