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,,pwhen tbe lieutenant stood before
T7hy yon not rise with the other
1(n, weisu: asn.ea alt. iiearn, in a
ml deliberate tone oddlv
. ...if), liu ncnlv .Tn4T
uanner, and the young officer looked
javM into the soldier's eyes a3 he
-Dulu't suppose I had to." was the
-Well, tactics say soldiers actually at
-,; !r ti m t have tn
" uu ia tJ VI-
Anil what work were you doing?"
Work f r t!u or.Mtain cleaning his
'ill-to Vw-.j a ttrauge silence in the
-?1 :n. This was a new interpretation.
;3J for a rccrait decidedly an oriirinal
-Wln're did von learn tU-it iiln.i
TTeN'u''" asked the lieutei:. i'd cal:n
r, thngh his hi no eyes it0 ..j to dilate
n a "y that indicated how thoroughly
,r; prsvwieu me man s de-hunt inau-
Vv!l, no matter; I learned it."
,.V.. I, .,-,. - . i , ,
ii'u niK t; a vurjr unu leaclier
ir. Take your hand out of that pocket!"
An ugly pcowI had settled on Welsh's
Jownc.ist face. Ho had stuffed the
rhamois skin ia hishljuse pocket, ami
-till stood there in slouching attitude,
with liis cap on the back of his head!
.!ovly, ia obedience to the order, he low
ered Lis hand to the side.
..X . ... 1 . . "r
-uw lajve your cap Oil.
One could have heard a pin drop all
ovr the big room.
Forty men stood there in silence, lister
ias breathlessly to this strange and un
usual colloquy. Reluctantly, yet over
awed Ly the steady gaze in "the bloe
eyes of the young officer, Welsh's hand
went up to the cap, then tossed it angri
ly some distance away. If he expected
rebuke on that score it was not forth
coming. "jnow get your heels together atd
stand attention." '
"You've got no right to order me
around like tiiis, Lieut. Ilearn. I'm on
duty for the captain, I am not for any
For an instant every nerve and muse le
in the officer's athletic frame seemed to
quiver. His blue eyes blazed with wrath
and his lips set firmly under the blonle
There was a moment of deathlike si
lence, a casp or two among the men.
Sergt. Wren's bronzed, weatherbeaten
face was a pictureof amaze and indigna
tion. Welsh himsef, as though realizing
:he insolence of his language and dread
ing the consequences, had finally ;ls
ramed the position of a soldier so iar
it least as his heels and legs were con
cerned, but his head hung forward and
uis eyes glanced furtively about the ro m
is if in search of sympathy; but thoro
vas not a soldier to side with him.
"Take that man under guard," wire
it last tho words that fell from the li ?u
i.uijnntu tjiuwfeiy lurwaru.
Come on, Welsh," he muttered in no
rentle tone, and led the scowling trooper
'roni the room.
The lieutenant calmly finished his in
spection of the quarters, a red spot bzxn
ng in each cheek as he walked aro'ind
"rom bunk to bunk. Then, as he turned
iway and lightly descended the ste.irs,
Sergt. Ross' voico was heard to say
"Rest!" Tho men looked quickly alout
it one another. Somo of them stretched
heir arms to full length and gave a long
dgh, as though to find relief from the
rtrain. And then little Duffy announced
"By gad, fellers, if I'd been the lieu
tenant I'd have knocked the top of his
3 d head off."
The garrison court which tried Trooper
Welsh for insubordinate conduct had
found him guilty, despite his statement
that according to the tactics he wasn't
required to get up and salute, he being
at work. The evidence of the sergeants
established the fact that he was playing
sards when the lieutenant approat hed,
and that the spur cleaning was a trans
parent sham, introduced for the occasion
and for evident purpose. But in view
of the fact that he claimed tobdieve
that, as tho captain's orderly, he vtva not
under the lieutenant's orders, in vi;w of
the fact that he had apparently been
only ten months in service, and of the
further fact that hi3 captain gavo him
an excellent character and pleaded for
clemency for the recruit, the court saw
fit to let bim off easily with a fine. Mr.
Mason, the adjutant, and Mr. Ilearn
were strongly of the opinion that he
ought to be returned to the troop at
once and taught his duties as a soldier.
But the colonel was away just then;
Maj. Kenyon, of the infantry, was tem
porarily in command, and he won1 d not
disturb old Blauvelt's "striker."
Indeed, it seemed as though the troop
commander was disposed to resent
Ilearn's having ordered the man to te con
fined,though the young officer was actual
ly in command that day, the captiin be
ing on sick report. It is certain, tc o, that
Mrs. Blauvelt made some very acrimoni
ous criticisms of the lieutenant's action,
and that the first story in circulation in
tho garrison was by no means ere ii table
to either his tact or temper. Welsh
spent only two day3 in the guard house
this time, but his language dnri ig that
brief incarceration was such as to in
tensify the feeling among the m?n that
he was no novice in garrison affairs,
lie was loud in his threats aga nst the
lieutenant, and full of argument as to
the propriety of his conduct
"I was at work, by God! and hid 'par
ticular occupation,' to use the ls nguago
of the Tactics, and you'll find it in para
graph 707, and 1 wasn't required to rise
ad uncover. . Look at it and you will
see for yourselves," he complaint hL
And it was Sergt. McKenna, of the in
fantry, who retorted:
"And where did you, a cavalryman,
learn the numbers of the paragraphs in
infantry tactics, Welsh? And w bile you
were about ii why didn't you learn par
agraph 803 ai well? That's the one that
covers your case, me buck, and., begad!
if I'd been there you'd 'a dropped that
fpur-r and eat on your feet a X quick.
of Td V jeried the backbone out of
yees. Where did
fantry tactics, I say?"
And here Welsh could only redden
with mingled wrath and confusion.
From this time on tho impression gained
ground that he was a deserter from some
foot regiment, and one. who had again
enlisted in the army, but under an as
Within the week after Cunt. Rlnnvelf a
departure .Trooper Welsh was twice
again confined and brought before a gar
rison COUrt. He had accnTmianiml tha
captain's family to the train, and carry
ing Mrs. Blauvelt's numerous bags and
baskets into the sleeper was borne away,
appareimy unavoidably. The conductor
lred back that ho had safflv UtWW
him at Barclay, a thriving little town
ten miles to the east, ami ihiA ha ha.l
abundant means to buy his ticket back;
but he was gone forty-ight hours, and
at the expiration of that time was
dumped in a disheveled condition at the
post by the town marshal, with the in
formation that if it had not been for tho,
crossed sabers on his cap he would have
had him in the county jail for drunken
ami uisorueriy conduct and resistance to
the officers of the law. "Where d nm Via
get his money?" asked that official. "He
Bmashed about twenty dollars' worth of
glass windows and naid all fines, ensta
and damages, and yet had some ten dol
i i .
iara w spare.
The men in C troon could hav tnM
where he got his money, but, as that was
won in gamonng, nothing was said by
them about it Welsh was tried for H.
6ence without leave, and coolly pleaded
inac no naa been earned away while
servinar his cantain and w.u thon de
tained by tho civil authorities. Lieut
Jiearn, nowever, testified that he, who
carried one of the children aboard. hnA
ample time to get off, and that Welsh
preceuexi mm ia getting on the train.
The town marshal testified that Welsh
was drunk around the village for thrrty
six hours, but that nobody interfered
with him until his conduct berainA sn
outrageous that he was compelled to ar
rest mm. wei&n, tnereiore, was sen
tenced to a fine of five dollars and tn t
days in the guard house, simply for ab
sence witnoat leave, attending all anils
and stable dutv. Three davs later, whil
he was grooming one of Capt Blauvelt's
norses at tne picket line, Lieut. Ilearn's
spirited little bav. which hannened in
be next him playing with the trumpet
er s steeu across tne line, suddenly
switched around with his mwprfnl
haunches and knocked Welsh's currv-
comb out of his hand.
The gypsy fellow straightened up,
r'tneed quickly about him, 6aw that the
kfutenant's back was turned, and then.
Kith a vicious gleam in his piercing eyes,
irew back his heavily booted right foot
ind with all his force kicked the young
bay in tho 6tomach. Keogh plunced
madly with tho sudden pain, and in an
instant little Dooley, who was grooming
the lieutenant's horse, had thrown down
currycomb and brush and smote the
gypsy under tho eye, knocking him up
igainst the captain a bulky and placid
charger. In another instant, too, Sergt.
Wren leaped in nd separated tho men,
Vv elsh wild with fury, Dooley dancing
about in a glow of righteous wrath.
Hearing tho noiso tho lieutenant
sprang to tho scene. "Silence, both of
youf' he rdcred. "What does this
"He struck me, the infernal little cur!
and I'll kill"
"Not a word more from you, Welsh.
What made you strike him, Dooley?"'
"Look at Keogh's belly, sir," almost
sobbed the littlii Irishman in his rase and
grief. "See where he kicked him."
Sure enough, there on the glistening
coat an ugly lump was rising and a
jagged groove plainly showed where the
cruel boot had struck, while Keogh still
quivered and trembled. For a moment
young Ilearn was too angry to trust him
self to speak. He stood there with his
eyes fairly blazing. At last he turned to
"This man has been frequently cau
tioned never to strike or kick a horse, I
"Every man in the troop has, sir, time
Ilearn slowly turned upon the scowl
ing soldier: "It would serve you but
right if I kicked you as you have kicked
that horse. Brutality of that kind can
not be tolerated here, sir, and you will
stand your trial for it. Take him back
to the guard house, sergeant."
"I kicked him because he kicked me,"
"It's a lie, sir," cried Dooley, bursting
in. "Sure the horso was just playing,
bike, and never touched him at all."
"Never mind, Dooley; your evidence
will be called for when it is wanted."
"By God! if I'm to be punished for
hitting a horse, what's to be done with
him for striking a man, I want to
know?' exclaimed Welsh, as with a
curse ho hurled his currycomb to the
"Come on, you blackguard!" muttered
Sergt. Wren, as he collared the man.
"You can thank God I didn't see you do
it Td l'arn you never to kick a horse."
It was this affair which led to Welsh's
third court martial in less than a month.
And it was Welsh now whom Col. Mor
ris believed to have been the assailant
of Corp. Brent the night before, and the
instigator as well of more or less of tbe
mischief that had been going on. It was
Welsh whom Mr. Ilearn more than half
suspected. It was Welsh whom Sergt
Wren himself had openly accused when
the troop came back from stables Sun
day morning. But when Wren was
called into the colonel's presence at the
office and asked what he knew he was
compelled to say it could not have been
Welsh at all
"What are your reasons, sergeant?"
asked the eoloneL And the eyes of the
group of officers were fixed on the veteran
trooier who stood eo sturdily and re
spectfully before them.
"B-icause I went through the quarters
just a'ler tattoo last night to see how
the men had been cleaning up for today.
Their boots had all been carefully
blacked, except the stable boots, and set
at the foot of the banks, and their
blouses and trousers, except the ones
the; had on, were brushed and folded
on their boxes. I took particular note
of Welsh's, for he was stubborn about
cleaning his things, and about Gobs',
too. for Goes has been surly ever since
he was made to drill and attend inspec
tion. Sergt. Ross says no man passed
" o "e aoor before he went to
sleep, but anv man vehn n-oti i j
slip out of a window in his stocking feet
fc n me rear stairway, and then
run down to Mnlli fUn'a nloA -inert Ani
ade the reservation and get what liquor
"-u, ana come back the same
way. I was nun r,r i.
dressed to go out after Corp. Brent was
14 U4 L.
"The other comoral nf th
came into my room to get my lantern,
and just as soon as they had carried
Brent to the hospital I ran upstairs and
made an inspection. Welsh was there
in his bunk, nndrmwod
afeleep. His boots and clothes hadn't
been touched. Goss was in his under
clothing, half awake. There were his
boots covered with dust, and in places
still damp with dew. There were the
trousers that had been folded, lying
loosely across the box. Clnxa
he hadn't been out at all, but I pointed
to his boots and trousers, and when the
man started up, as though in surprise, to
look at them a pint flask half filled with
whisky slid from under his pillow. "
uut tnis was not all, said Wren. Scan
Ian and Murnhv had Admitted wnr
joined by a trooper as they came up
ma Biaoies. tie joined tnem again
after they had reported at the guard
house a trifle late, had given them a
drink of whisky from his flask, told
them the coast was clear and they might
just as well slip through the gate and
run across the narade: what urn a fliA
odds so long as no one knew it? But
tue instant they heard Corp. Brent's
voice thev started and ran imril
the officers' quarters, and then they
noea tnat tncir cavalry acquaintance
had staid behind. They did not know
his name at all; could not describe him.
lor it was too dark. All they knew was
that he was tall and had a thick, hnshv
beard. Welsh's face, except tho black
mustache, was slwcys clean shavod.
:sot so. however, with (.ops. II? wore a
At noon cu Sunday thcreforu Tr.w.Tn i
Goss was behijid barj awaiiii: ih,
rrsu!;.f Corp. Unit's i:jr.r.cs. Wh-n
scr.rch' l at t':. rn.rl lou-e. and Lis
fHfkets wer? t.:.::. J inside ut. t'.!- cur-
.r;;l of t'j
.1 l:-0" '-'i t ::.- z?; :.
th?:i it wan ri.--..v::-j 1 t'.::it r-.r.ie t:.:iy.
tawny cole: 1 rar:-'.. . ftirVir- : :?;.;!
t'.:? rc.i:a vr ro ?,"'.:: ; rf c.-.'vr.rv t y.
i small packet of which, half empty.
was toun'i lying in me roauway miaway
between the quarters and the southwest
(To be continued.)
Catarrh in Hew England.
El ' Cream Ealin rives satisfaction to
every one usine it for catarrhal troubles.
G. K.. Mellor, Drusreist Worcester.
I believe E y'ti Crtam Balm is tbe best
article for caurrh ever offered the public.
Bush & Co., Druggists. Worcester,
An article of real merit. C. P. Alden.
Drucgist, Springfield, Mhss.
I hose wno use it epeas hchiv of it.
ueo. a. mil. DrugeiBt. Springfield, Mass.
Cream 11 aim has given satisfactory re
suits W. P. Draper, Drugeist, !?pnnj
Particulars the regrets Maid: Mr
Small couldn't c!l tonight, and he sends
his recrets aud ttio little present. Miss
Little: Thanks for both.
There is no danger of a cold resulting
in pneumonia wben Chamberlain s Cough
remedy ia used as directed "for a severe
cold. It tffvctu&llv counteracts and
arrests any tendfney of a cnld to result
in pneumonia. This fact was fully prov
en in tbousan s of cases during the epit
demic of ir.fluer.Zi last winter. For sale
by Harts & Bthnsen.
, TTACHMENT OTICE.
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
Kock Isl4 d Comm. (
In tbe circuit court of Rock laland coantT. To
the May term A. D 1891.
Bobert C. Jewett, re. Caseiaa C. Ilartiuaii and
Sanford P. Hartman.
Public notice in hereby given to the saidCaMiu
u. iisrimac ana sanrora r. Hartman. that a writ
of attornment issued out of the office of the
clerk of said Rock If land county circuit court,
dated the eeventeentb day of January A. D. 1891.
in the auit of the said Robert C. Jewett and
agalnot the estate of the said Cacsius C. Hartman
and Sanford P. Hartman, for the enm of One
Thoopand Five Hundred and Pfty dollar
($1,560.00), directed to the sheriff of Rock lrland
connty, wbirh said writ has been teturned !
ecnted : now therefore unless yon. the said Saa
ford P. Hartman and Cavsias C. Hartman shall
Ft TKonally be and appear before the said Rock
land county circuit court, on or before the fin
aay or tne next term thereor. to be bolden at the
court house in the city of Rock Island, in said
connty. on the firat Monday of May A. D. 191.
Etve bail and plead to tbe said piantiff'a actios,
judgment will be entered against you and In
favor of the said Robert C. Jewett. and o much
of the property attached as may be sufficient to
satisfy tne said judgment and costs, will do so.d
io rsiiRiy tne same.
Rock Island, III., Jan. 24, 1:91.
GKOROB W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
JiCMW A HoaST. Plaintiff's Attorneys.
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No. 63S6.
isoned oat of the clerk's office of the ctrcnit court
of Rock Island county, in the state of IlHnoia
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment recently
obtained asainet Frederick M.Bopeatn favor of
The McCormick Harvesting Machine company,
out of the lands, tenements, Roods and chattels
oi ir. eaia aorenaants. i nave levied apoa the
following property, to-wit:
Lot three 3i. In block three (3), in Dlcksoat
Tonne's addition to Milan, formrtv Camden
Mills, in tha connty of Rock Island and state of
Therefor, accordinc to said command I shallrz.
rose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of tbe above named. Vrrdrrirk m
Bopes. in and to the above described property, on
Thursday, the Sih day of February, lSttl.atlO
o'clock a. m , at tbe north door of the court hoase
in the city or Rock Island, in the connty of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash In hand, to
satisfy said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Bock Island this second dav of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1991 . C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island connty. Illinois.
Pis fi la acknovri.wl
tn iea'iinc ret:ily i.jt
txnnrriv A Olftet.
TheoaV- me rem'y .r
I urt:-riie it and l.l
safe in recr-tn mending it
tr an iiu nrni,
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Tsf tM8 6tl'f'f-o
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BcafaaM raaaat be rared
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the diseased portion of the Tear. There
obi j one way to cure deafnesa, and tht
by contituiionl remedies Deafness
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mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
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when it is entirely closed. rfeafna i the
result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tvbe restored to its
normal condition, hearing ha H
. - "
stroyed forever; .nine cases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will PiVri ano hur.ArfA .?..'!r iV
any case of deafness (caused b citarrh)
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true in a measure; but for staying
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advertising may sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after It
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Is the best evidence of 1U excellence.
It la most popular where It U best
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Intereet allowed oe Despoeila at live rate
or 4 per Cent per Ajiaom.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
aHttl. iiiimi ill. . w a. -
BlBlala UalmHIlM TVa a,r aa. - -
Ir4 tm barrowiax aar f iu teamen. Sitawrs
aaui aaarnee oon arobectee 7 eeectal lav.
Orwtiis W " ...
va Ham, Vioe Frlrl; C T. iUiuvtr.
Tmc-nas A. W. -rwiack, rener rklaater.
umbmm srw am . s. we nciH, afs &. aVsr&LOsT. aw
U - L t
y iwiy, -w. w iVTamSamW
Cast Iron Work
- A r?rfU!;; of fnrtt!vx aaklefla
of fvovrs w.la CmrT.lt. c at S ex cis
A MACHINE SHOP
kae ber adSed berc m'A kd. mf
work vrUJ ke doax trst-cUaa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNINQ BROS.. Pfpts.
W. C. MAHCKER,
Ban( rarckaaH tbe
fropety vrUck ke kas tad te&Urd tor tbe ke
let ka.ieeea. Is aow prrpare4 e svoeesa
saedle trsaeicsU facets.
Day and Regular Boarding
t ey reataoeavUe price.
Be le else cfed La tke
at tbe i
a place wtikacWIee VsteT Groceries,
raraa predeee a pmmtmmltr.
A. D. HUESING,
flr LasaranceOaaapeaUas) be fniaisjaaj..
M-ral las eras ce Oseneatv. el Ktunaad.
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stlieraaAee Meckaaics Ua. Oe M Jsraakee. Was
fliraia nre Us. Oaa.e rearavLO.
Offloe Oor. 18tk Sc. ud Secoad Ave.
BOCK IfiLASD. ILL.
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aseitsl Mate. I ertll peosaaw ywm. ,
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ads ear eejierrtotoe. crvee. sack )evne p.9fj.
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b4taaic U every . Leave eeeraiaiai
we aaake a epecUltr tt teackteg
Addrees sat et lew Brad t Sa
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