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W, L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
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BAWLS R IJUOYS.
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Eoaling Whoops
Fur Doizc and Ourlz.
Jumping Roaps,
Vealloscipeads,
Krowkay Ccts,
CHEEPE.
A Horse for Sale.
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No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
POND'S
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POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
O". O. IIXTOCIXjS,
PROPKIKTOIt,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Bulldlnn, Cornor Twelfth Street
and Wauhlrmton Avenue,
Cairo, Xlllxiols.
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PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulen Ac Wilson's, CornerTwlilh 6t
ana umo jcvee.
I will run an lev wak'on throughout the
. tnJiun, iltllit rliix pun" lake h"'" In any
rtif Ihrcllr nttli.' ioui.t market prh.', ami
win nmoiuniiii my n
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or rar loal. larViil in kjwiliut
or liiiirnt'iit t' unr ul.huKr,
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GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Coriior mislatlx Street,
WB. WETZEL. Pionrletor.
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train ami .lttiinlxxit-1.
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Commission Merchants
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Commission Merchants
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BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
TALKING WILLIAM.
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Il'nnii tli St bmM 'liniM 1
Silici' llio iiiieai:ini.i! (if (iriicral Slii'f
niiiiiN tni'liioiff, a niniilii'l- of ticiMHis
ll:tM' pnlillilinl i-iinN nr niltili' liiitivlililal
lintlri") olili'dlllL' to ci'ltlilll nrilHM'olielll-
sloiii. Ail rdltorlul writer III tin- u
1 .1)1 I t Jllllf) fMll"S'(l lo MHIIUOI "I"'
mull' olllcciH liis ilcilrc In 'oti-i- with
(Jl'lllTlll .SliiTinaii (HI KIIIH' til tin's" lop
Ic. Vf.ttffiliiv. wlillu vlslluiu lii-a'l'ii;ii-ti'M,
tin- jri'iii ral ciiti'tvil llio ii"iii lMTf
our iisKM.Iiili-was M-akil, anil iiihwitim!
fii-oty unit Iranlilyii itiiiiilx'r ol' l :nl
Injf qitcstlous put to Iilii. Unit
mi- comt'Uc ilicif Is 110 iK-lltwy In tin ins
ertion"; 11 part ol' llii! wiitvt'rfallon. Wlmt
is calhMl tho lnti;rn;w is imiiifiiuj- an
uuri)rttinaii iiu'tlioil or ttiiawntiiiK
K.'ton In tho pulillc, mill It itt vivid ami
popular wav of liitrixltKsliiK u filtijci t ill
li'Clly to tin; ailillcni'i-'. Tin'"" Illtet vlcMH
iiii; Runt nilly nt limit In tin- tnmpo-Illon
of part of tliu convcrriitlon o tliat
u man Is inailcto liroacli n topic iIl'IIIk'I'
iiti ly, wln'rcas, Mtiat lie Mililmiircly n-M'
up In tliu Unit of talk. Wi; fliall endeavor
In wlmt lolloWM tr) pre.-ervt! n part
of (icn.HliL'rtnnii'ri tnetliod and mill leavu
out collateral mattur.
Let our reader ut u dltiuicc, tlierefote.
Ix.'liold tin; lieaduarter.s ot the I'nltcd
State" uriiiy at the comer of tM'o leadlii";
mreet." ofM. Lout", midway between tliu
IiiiIiiuis portion of tliu city nnd tliu bet
resident iiorllon. A line brick lioti-u, a
llttleilluv with coal Finoke, with hl'h
celling'', cool room. tall wIiiiom, cool
mnttltiK on the lloor- and the furniture
all moved ouMroin thu abandoned head
fitiai terx In Valiln'tou. A ll.l"-tutl 111 the
mlildluoftho bulldiutr I thu only hnllca
tlon ol Ita military character, (.ienerally
there Ha corporal around tliu door lu
half re. Mho Is Instructed to lx! as
iniieh of 11 civilian as iio-slble: Ibr Uen
rihermaii reiirc'cnt" the citl.ens ol thu
countrv. a neifect Democrat, direct uc
havlor, making a chort cut to whatever
ob tct lie iiioi" toward, and hi- conver
sation is apt, tree, liniilnoiis -tjirtll ur.
Ulio-yiieratle, ami lllliiuaiiil, iitiiuorou
and practical.
"Oeneral,'' -alii
I our hitcrlocutnr
'your book nnd the IJeecher trial illl thu
m'IioIu ineasiiru of curiosity now. What
do you think of your critics':''
"Nell.KiId licneml bherinaii, "I am
flumped at how lunch N said about my
book by iteoplu who evidently have not
rend it. I am lad the llecther trial Uon.
II tliat relieves my little performance
from a part of is notoriety. I tvroti'that
book as freely n I talk to you. It Is my
opinion that thu prominent olllecr.- of thu
Mar oiii'ht to tut down without fear their
remembrances of the contest; for while
there have been several historic, and
some 'ood one, there never M ill be u
ncrlcct lil-torv ol liiat couilicl until Ita
main actors jot dott 11 their ideas. Sow.
1 nave been nil advocate ol punu-mii'' all
thu material the government h:is at a-li-Intoii,
much of which has never been
lued. There are iiuinlcr.s ol olllclal re
portn of ieadinic hatllea which have netLi
vrt out.' t tlitnk" neiienit --"liriM....,
for example, could well nllonl to write u
iKiok. He is a picturesque mm goon
w riter, and hl renort read llrst rate.
(.ieueral GrantV life mid campaigns, writ
ten by Itadeau Have lulled tort 01 stui
liorn'lK:cau:e the author wit- too particu
lar nnd wanted to lie olllclal or notuuig.
I had 110 Intention when I wrote my book
ofbeluu' unjust or har.sh, hut I cannot
blame inyell lor nnythhi'r I liave kaiii,
beeati-e I do con less to fcelingaiid .seeing
vividly."
(iciiera . i on t vou nnnrwicml that ut
ter all, the Iwt history ot thu war will he
that ol the (.'omit Derarl-."'
I think it very probable. ' -.lid .Slier-
man. "Me Jia taken up tltemtiijeci witu
more bivadtli and fotvtliought than any
body else. Hut these fragmentary nt
tack's on me tor .-omctliing or other, or
nothing in particular, are only half con
sidered. I'or Instance. I have a letter
from Montgomery Hlair backing down
on his rani. Notv. I'll tell you what I
think about the Itlulrs. l-'rauk Is a bold,
chivalrous fellow, hut the rem ot them
are a peculiaily sclllsh race. Mont
gomery l very M'lll-h. I do not propo-e
11 ircatlli"' 01 ucn I iconic in lie very line.
Now, there Is Joe Hooker. He was al
ways an envious man. He was a brave,
haiid-ome soldier, but he was .-hort
here."
The general tapied his brnhis signlll
'aully.nud continued :
" lien I can be an author and write a
bunk for the u-e ofthe country. 1 .-houlil
b: unju-t to my renders II 1 did not put
down just what I thliiK' about Hunker."
"ticn. Miermtin, Wiis not uou t. anos
ltiii-11 a olilli-r ofnlillitW'
"Decidedly," said bliennan, "he was
a good dUeliitinarlan and had a verv
L'ood kuoMliilL'e of his art. lie belonged,
however, to that class of Uenerals Mho
evaded blood-hed. thinking that n dl
phi v ot fence would be as ctllclcnt us the
u-o'oflt. lie always came slowly Into
action; he would sit lu his tent sonu
1 hues in the rear portion ot his army cn-
itiiired. and there wus no particular cicni
about him. I regard liucll as the Mi
Clcllan of the Wc.t, the man -f wlinm
mot was expected, who had most svm
pathy.nud who still failed to produce rc-
mi t. '
"licueiiil, Wiis Jtuell slower than
Thomas'?"
"Much slower." said Sherman
'Thomas was as deliberate, hut he meant
battle Mheii he came up. Ilucll was tho
tardiest nml inn-t tuutuli.lug man to
move Into action tliat I ever saw. He
came ou the Held at rihllnh in echelon
It was u beautllul movement, and only
master of the art can perforin It with
micccss. He beiruti to tell mo about how
many men he saw hack on thu river
skulking; but I told him: 'General, there
are no soldiers In the world M ho could
have behaved better than theo men out
here did. We probably have tlltecu nr
eighteen thousand men still on the battle
Held Mho have never lunched,'"
" t ell. rcucral. to what do vou ntlrlli
utu Hucll's dNcoinlltiire and luvestlira-
tlon by u court ot Inquiry '" 1
"Well, sir," sahl Sficrmau. "Urant ami
myself received moH abuse tiller ijoh
nnd Huell was correspondingly advanced. ,
He coiiiuiaiidcd tho center of thu nrmvat
Corinth and onward, llragg marched
mralght for St. I.ouis parallel with Huell,
and then on the retreat the hattlu of l'ei
rvvlllucamu up, wlien Huell allowed .Me.
Cook's corps to take thu wholo day's
lighting, by which MeCooU'n coininaiid
was used up, whereas Huell had plenty
of troops M ho could have gone forward
and cleaned things. This led to his nils
fortune. 1 appreciated his ability, but
I distinctly cla-s him among-t the gener
als ot whom McOlelleu wns the leading
type; (iriint represent-n enntrary elas
of men Mint Mould light ui any anil nil
lhne." . '
"(leneral Sherinaii. do you nunit giv-
liii' mi csthiiate of t Irani us you nppie-;
date him jr" .... .
"(h nera llriint. ' said iiierni,iii, "I- ih
good un example nl the A rii'iiii-boru. f
Ainei lean-oreii suiiiumki on inn
countrv can show. He has tin- tvondcr-
lul gill or reticence, and lie nan it during
the war as much as since. He Is geiier-,
nllf lust In his felloM-otllcer. On the ,
bailie Held ho tllplays eelill.iioil seiife lu
every cMrcinlly. lie wiiit Into the Mar
Willi 11 tlCVII Ol a nau suui, "in nu -un-h
to the men around him Iccau-e they had
been his Irlelid- III the dnJH or Ids pover
ty. A Iter awhile he clung.cd thai vlnll',
nnd there mus a great Iiiiirovcineiil.
l.'awlliw wn n smart tuliow, nui iiMiuiiy
rough. .Vow. sir, It m been printed nil
in-.. r Hits I'liiintrv that (lell. titllllt vu
driink ut the baule of Shlloh. I saw him
nt half-past ten and ut. liiu-pa-t lour that
day, and he was cool n t cuciunlK r and
straight as a string. I don't hclicvo that
tirulit Miis ever druiiu much ineie tvas
nnv lighting to be done, lie has a rather
seniltive temperament, nml Mhen battles
are nil- and there Is nu interval, he may
require some stimulation. Hut Hie tale
that he Mas drunk ou (he main d.iy of
the battle or Shiloh N a' libel. I Ulleve
It can Ix! proved that hi; could get noth
ing to get drunk ou, and I know irom con-
laci thin ue was oijcr."
"General Sherman." continued our
iiuetloncr, "what rank does the battle of
Sliiloh have amongst the battles of the
war?"
"It was thu turning point of the war,"
said thu (jcuer.d."the troops of the West
and North acquired that spirit of confi
dence on the Hi Id of Shlloh which made
all our Western campaigns succcsmiil."
" ere they the troops ot any particu
lar State. General?"
"No, sir. I think that Hie American
MlilIc r, particularly in the West, N nat
urally a determined, supetb lighter. The
battle of Shlloh has been badly related to
the people. General Grant showed there
the nicest forethought. We had to re
plenish uniinuultlon lour times, and
every time there was a call for it the
llxcd ammunition was provided. I .-aw
men riding up late in the ulleruoon with
their arms full, nnd they would drop the
stull'oii the ground."
"Did the rebels light well at Shlloh V"
"Ye-, Mr. They hardly kept up the
apiHsir.iuce of .-kmnMie-. They .-truck
Us in ll.wl line of battle, and fought like
tlgei-. I -aw their coloneN with the na
ked eye sel.e thu lings from the standard
bearers and rush up and plant them nnd
there would be a clump of men collected
around each standard until, under our
terrific lire, thuv .-eemed to melt out of
the air. The sl tughtcr in that Held was
tearful. As they advanced our soldiers
would wait until they got lu murdering
distance and then glte them hell."
"General Sherman, who va the prin
cipal genius oi me conteueracy in the
M'e-tern Held? '
Oh, Joe .loliu-lon," .-aid Gen. Sher
man. "He wai a cunning, subtle icllow.
Vlbert Sidney .Johnon Mas more of n
Kcutucklau, and had a tine, lu-plring
pre-ence on the battle Held. We felt lu
our line-', without knowing much about
It, the ell'ect of his death. There was a
lull hi thu battle, lie had been killed and
Hcautegard could not he lound."
"General .Sherman, did you ever come
iero J'at i. lehurne? '
Oil, yes," uhl., Sherman. "lat tins
...... 1 J :S. (..-.tSllll-,1,r..-
the iiiiilii-iice III. de.-erted M'liun liu tvn
killed. II there had been another year of
Cleburne and the war. hu would have
lull one ofthe greatest reputation- lu the
soiithwc-t. A man sometvhat like him
lu eool lighting ability, was Morgan I..
smith, ul St. Louis, otie of inv prominent
olllcers. Smith tvas at Shlloh and he
came over and introduced hlui-elf and
wanted to take a battery. Said I : "So;
vou lay low ami they win icei tor you
lireclly. and then vou give cm hell."
In a little while I heard the devil'.- own
uol-o down in the ravine where Smith
was. a Her an hour or m, he came over
to me with his leg thru-tover his -addle-bow,
and he said: "General, they did.
come and I gave 'em hell, too."
it ell, sir, saui mu interlocutor in
Sherman, "how do you llku St. I.ouis
compared to Washington, fur headquir-
lers ?
"Whv. Ihere is no comparison. 1 he
reality and sub-taiitlallty of living here
are Incomparably bcttei lliuu the petty
advantages of Washlngtoiu-oeiety. Our
olllcers there are hi tin alinom beggaicd
ouillllou. 1 have known them to die in
that cltv and immediately biting want
vl-lted their families. Desiring to bring
up my children to be u-elul men and
women, I came toSt. I.ouis, for 1 knew
well enough tliat ihey cunui never ou
uch hi Washington. Good luck intends
every diligent man In St. I .mils, qiiu
class ol men 1 used to know hero who
have stuck to thdr hu-Iuess have almost
Invariably made successlul citlcii"."
General Sherman starts to-day (Sun-
da vl for Hunker Hill, to he present atlhe
centennial anniversary ol the great Pin
tle there, lie will bo accompanied by
General Miles and two olllcers ol his
mall". He will slay hi St. Louis most ol
thu summer, tvhllu Ids famllv Mill l)u
quartered at a quiet place on Lake Mlchl
ran. The stall Is composed of only six
n ecrs. tv o win nu re orccu in a icw
davs hv Genercl McCook, n resident ot
Dayton. Ohio. Col. Audenreld is collect
ing at headquarter.- a military library,
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale. Retail and
Commission.
"7CT lloo 3C' Bloc Is.,
pm..i. Pnnt.ir and Kltvonth Stroets
BfiSrllighoflt Cash Prioo paid for
nogs ana uauio.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
iiAin
xonm swi: of mourn htuhkt
Betweon WonhlnBtoit and Commorchil
AvnnufiB.
I inpl !., wllli fh UU tunlMUn Lily e.uli.1
r.nvui (.tblRtll whiwui ih'I'i I
ml
etitt
JUNE 1(5, 1875.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OdVnil for Soli' n
Great Reduction in. Prices,
l!
OTT A TTTr"V"
I "-uknritXMDsAiBBtabaBJkVS ralm ll mMm mm
Domestics, Shootings,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Ginghams, Crolonos,
Tahlo Linens, Percales,
LARGlil STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japaneso Sillsr
Alpacas,
i,,VV' !"rk':1 wiiiw uoo,u, y.lr.toiU Irftwiin, Qwlsn Minilloa. nml n liri'c Stork Pf
ju uuoiin, un- t-iiiiiu i-iiii-i. win or tiiii.i hi lu'iu.ii
iiini n-dunlin vi in ..inn n.iirii" l 1.1.31
Oornor 3Sig3at3a
'-s tr
WI. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMSE STOCK! (IRE AT VARIETY'! LOW TRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Lap;uayra, Java, Mocha,
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Pmest Assortment in the West
ALSO
Commission Merchants,
AND IIKAI
ProvisionsJlomGrain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
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Glough &. Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGI1 ORGAN CO.,)
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ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can K'olitaiiwtonly hi llic-o Oirfun
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raclarymd Wueroms, Ccr. GUi and Cnngreu its.. MIT. MICHIGAN,
J (Established in 1850.) Afjonts Wanted in Every County.
Address CLOUGII & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
, IS-I-13-2J-3IH.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
EL!P,
Weot al.lo Commerclnl Avenuo. batween
lilulitli nua Ninth utrootu.
(.SVM .loor lo 1!iiik r' J'O- K-J'';!"',"';;;?.,,
A full lliiu f tli? liHHt uml mint l.uliloimlilc i
etyh ui
HATS AND BONNETS
ultviiVJ on luiml. AUo ry vailviy of
Eibbons Laces and
Trimmings,
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NO. 152.
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines
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AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and HonsoholdUso,
MAXL'f.tCH'lli:i Al' Till'.
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ilicain'tt ami ll.
AM12UI0AN ULTRAMARINE WORKS
Olllif, 7J Wlllliim Hliwt, Ki-tf Yoik.
s-H-tUw-lin.
R. W. MXLUR,
PORWARUtNt
A.sn-
Commission Merciant,
Amlitralcr In
FLOUR, MilAIHAXIC Jy,
ot tic r.
Mriiilni.KVKi:.
i: H If.
I'AIHO, If.t.lKOIS
G. CLOSE,
nnrral
Commission Merchant
AVt DIALER IK
LIME, CEMENT. .PLASTER,
IIAIR, Sic,
Undor Cttjr National Bask.
M'l 1,1, n il In car-load lots lit rnanuf.idurrrs
L I'llin, nilillns Kriljihl.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Sucresjors to Jolm II. t'lillllt)
FORWARDING
AMU
dommission Merchants
Ami PmIits hi
hay,
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
LAFLIN tKAKD POWDER CO
Agents for
"Corner
Tenth Street
Zjnvoo.
and Ohio
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E. O.
MATHUSS 6c UHI,
FOR WARDING
Ami Uintrul
Commission Merchants
lH-nlcro In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Oliio Ijovoo.
K, . Ayrta.
S. II. Ayrc.
AYRES & CO.
CXjO-C7XL
Ami general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
M W. 1'AllhKII. tt i'.AVI.r.V. 4. ll.WltH.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(sitcce-sors to 1'nrkiT & Axluy.)
IlKNkilAI.
COMMISSION MKUC11A1NTS
limli-rs In
miy.crtjrn, onto, iriou'r and Conn
try Produco Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A .Sincl.illy.
100 Commuiclal
uvi-is-tr
Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
llt tT. I'AIIKKIt
II II. C'CNNlNtlll tM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(-iicoifiiioirt to Mlllvr .V farltr,)
FORWARD G
AM)
Commission Merchants
Ami Ki'uIiti In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
01 KICK 1
iii onio u:KK.
t.VIIIO, ILLINOIS.
K-Wiihatu liit tliu Lime bellow Wat
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C. N. HUGHES,
Ciellfrul
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO IjIIVMB,
Ovor Mtbuis inU'i.
Nosi: tut
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Flr.t-LT.ua CoiuivuiIm ronre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRJS
AND CANDEE,
Ciiifrul
Insurance
Agents,
73 OHIO IJBVEE,
City N-tlonal Buk Building, up-italri.
TUe 01rttEaUbll.hed Ajjenoy to South
65 000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
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