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ot wir recoct to enlist in the army; as
though evory one of his arm..- of twenty
thousand hnvi working, bard slaving men
was not inlinitely more at tie mercy of
a singk o'licial than could over happen
in the army of the thiited States. My
own people, by Jove! were s impressed
by what they had been readi lg for years
in the paper of army life and army
oflkers that they were perpetually urg
ing me to quit the serv ice and come in
and hep 11 life over again at forty-live
clerking or something.
Why. only ten years- lefore their
homes had been rescued frcui the mob,
after p .lii o and militia had bt-en whipped
to the winds, only by the prompt rush
of the regulars from the frontier. Oh,
they lionized the 'shoulder strapped
autocracy" then, and for jast about one
wee'is it wasn't fashionable for a decent
paper to lampoon them, but the moment
th h;i:ger w as over their gru tit rule fled
with their anxiety. 1 tell you. the pa
pers t'.:;.t are sold for two and three
tenr ;:i onr big cities have to pander to
the iejudices of the masses to keep
iihve. and there is no surer way of tick
liu.u the palates of the popul ice than by
ridiculing or abusing the army officers,
and in lending themselves to this the
editor; of course influence the judgment
of people of a much better class the
great middle class, so to speak, of the
'It isn't at all so where 1 come from,"
interred fleam, promptly. "At home
all my kinsfolk are proud of my being
in the army."
"Ah! yon're a southerner, Mr. Ilearn,
and your people are all Americans. All
through the north, however, we have an
immense foreign population that has
fled from the Old World to escape mili
tary duty. They hate the very sight of
a soldier. Three-fourths of the people
of some of our big cities are of foreign
birth or parentage. The japers seek
their patronage, and in truckling to
them they prejudice northern Ameri
cans against their own friends and rela
tives who have been idiots enough to
become their defenders. It was bad
enough before the war, God knows, but
it's worse now. People wonler how it
was that it took the north, vita 3,000,
000 soldiers, so long to 6ubdue the south
with less than a fourth that number.
Now I see nothing to wonder at what
ever. The south has always respected
the profession of arms; the north has al
ways derided it. Lee, with 60,000
Americans at his back, and c nly 60,000,
knocked 00.000 out of Grtnt's over
whelming force between the Rapidan
and the James.
"Lees C0.00O had the love of every
southern heart to sustain them. How
many of the north, tliink you, had no
personal interest in that struggle? How
many thousands of the north today
care nothing whatever for that flag"
and the major pointed to the standard
floating over the garrison "and only
ask to be let alone to make noney their
own way? God knows, I'm as loyal a
Union man as ever lived, but I don't
like to think of the new generation that
has sprung up in this country; all sol
diers in the 6outh; all whit? in the
And old Kenyon, flushed, almost
breathless, paused and moppf d his brow
with a silk handkerchief a.s red as his
There was silence a moment. Capt
Lane's kindly features wore an expression
half grave, half quizzical. Hearn had
edged aronnd nearer where Sliss Mar
shall was sitting, and that young lady
had dropped her dainty embroidery in
her lnp and was listening attentively.
Something in the gravity of her de
meanor gave Kenyon encouragement.
"Now you, Miss Marshall, are accus
tomed to social circles in the north. Tell
me frankly, now, did you ever hear men
prominent in civil life express any other
opinion of the profession of at army offi
cer than that it was rather a useless,
dawdling and unworthy occupation?"
"In peace times, I presume yon mean,
"In peace times, certainly; though the
necessity for its existence thei i is as great
Y"ou recollect what Washington said: 'In
time of peace preparo for war.'
"I confess that men who lead narrow
lives in business or professions and never
got beyond the groove are apt to say
something of what you suggest, major.
Cut men who think and travel, especial
ly those who have visited our frontier,
come back with feelings of much admi
ration for the army, officers and men."
"Then I'll rest my case with the men
who think and travel," said Eearn laugh
ing brightly. "Come, you old cynic,
don't make me believe I have no friends
outside iny profession, when it some
times seems as though I har lly had one
"Now, there you go, He.irn," inter
rupted Kenyon. "That's just exactly
where you're wrong. You vrould trust
to the few traveled and educated men;
but what are they among the mass of
voters, who know nothing of the army
but what they read in the papers? Do
you ever see anything good of an army
officer in any paper until he's dead?
Never, unless it's something put in by a
'newspaper soldier;' and God save me
from more of them! What could your
thinkers and travelers do, even if they
would condescend to bestir themselves
in our behalf which they don't aa
against the masses and the press? No
paper in the land is so low but what it
can hurt and sting you.
"How? I should like to kne w."
"How? Simply by printing any low
scandal at your expense; and no matter
what your record or your character may
have been, no matter how damnable a
lie may be asserted of you, the mass of
the people will read and believe, and
your natural protectors the generals
and the war department wi 1 call upon
you to defend yourself against even
"You do not mean that, major, do
you?" asked Miss Marshall.
"I do, emphatically. I have 6een offi
cers time and again compelled to report
to division or department headquarters
that they were innocent of allegations
made by nameless scribblers i n the daily
press. I have seen the most abstemious
men in the army heralded ati drank on
duty by a Bheet that withheL.1 the name
of its informant. But all the same the
officers were called to acconnt. When
we were sent to aid the marshals in
breaking up the whisky distilleries in
Brooklyn; when the first colored cadets
were sent to West Point: when Chicago
was bnrned and we had to shoot some
prowling robbers to rid the ruined city
of the gang that flocked there; when we
were hurried in again in '77, and all the
great cities of the north were practically
at the mercy of the mob at every on
of those times, and heaven only knows
how many times between, the press
made scandalous assertions by name
about one officer or another.
"In most cai there waj no truth
whatever in what was said; in every
case, however, the officer was compelled
by his superiors to establish his inno
cence. By heaven! I'll never forget our
e:qerience in '77. We wera ordered to
lose not an instant in reaching Chicago.
The strikers had sidetracked the Ninth
on one road and blocked the cavalry on
another line, and when we stopped for
water the railway men attempted to
leave us there. 1 put Lieut. Nairn with
a small guard at the engine and kept the
strikers off, using no force, saying not a
word, making no reply to jeers and in
sult, but the leading paper came out
next day and denounced Nairn and me
as being armed ruffians, declared we
were both reeling drunk, and gave most
outrageous details of things that never
happened. Of course as army officers
were the targets of this abuse, the ar
ticle was copied in eastern papers. Nairn
was a man who never drank a drop, had
a magnificent war record, was a general
officer of volunteers and a gentleman
honored throughout the whole service,
"All the same he and I were com
pelled to submit written denials to de
partment headquarters, and all the sat
isfaction wo ever got was that the editor
said his reporter had perhaps been un
duly influenced by the prejudiced state
ments of the strikers. Why hadn't this
occurred to him in the first place? Why
didn't he know that these men, furious
at being thwarted, would say anything
to revenge themselves after we had gone
on our way? He did; but because just
cnrh concnfi.tnol nvfUInn 1 1 t .
..v Hi ci iiLica wuuiu. uui&e 1
his paper sell among the masses, and be-1
cause ne mew that where the army of
ficer had one friend he had a score of
enemies, that was enoush for him. Now
that and a host of similar experiences is
w uy i say tnat no son of mine shall ever
take up so thankless a profession. Of
course if the country were in danger, the
flag assailed, he would fight as I would.
Aa for me, I'm too old a dog to learn new
tricks, and having lived my life in the
service I must die in it." And again the
major paused for breath. "You think
I'm an extremist, don't you. Lane?' he
"Perhaps so, major, although I admit
that the press has been most unjust; but
I think we have more friends among the
people than you give us credit for."
"Not one bit of it! You think the
press knows better now and wouldn't do
it all over again. That's what Hearn
here would say. Now, you mark my
words, gentlemen, so few are our friends
in this country, that is, in the north at
least either in the press or the public.
that any story at the expense of an army
omcer woum be eagerly published by al
most anv twiner in the land, and used aa
a text by hundreds of editors all over
tne nation to warrant a vicious stab at
our whole army, and the people far and
wide would eagerly read, and even those
who declared they didn't believe it
would be influenced."
"I can't think our people are such
fools as to lxdieve yarns that are evident
ly manufactured to malign," said Hearn
stoutly. "Everybody ought to know
that it is from deserters, or dishonorably
discharged men, or low camp followers,
that the reporters get their scandals."
"Ought to know! Yes, I admit it. I
have no doubt that the managing editors
who publish the things do know; but the
people don't. And now what has been
your own experience, neara? How can
you blame the people for believing what
they read in the papers, when not an
hour ago your own colonel, who knows
you well, virtually rebuked you lccaue
of tho vicious ravings of as unprincipled
a cad as there is in all Kansas?"
And Georgia Marshall, looking up in
surprise, saw the quick flush that leaned
to the young soldier's face.
(To be continued.)
State of Ohio, Cmr of Toledo, f
Lucas County. 83
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STATE OF ILLINOIS, t
Boca IsLaKD Cocstt, I '
Is the eircnit conrt of Rock Inland cooay. Te
tne aay term A. U 191.
Bobert C. Jewett, ts Caseins C. BarUnia and
8anford F. 11 art man.
Public notice la hereby rlvra to the said Caiwlnt
unmu ana tanrora r. ll an man. ifeat a writ
of attachment leaned oat of the office of tbe
clerk of a. Id Rock If land connty circuit conrt,
datrd the seventeenth day of Janoary A. D. 11.
In the soil of the eaid Robert C. Jeweu and
ajratnat the estate of the said Caaains C. Uarunaa
and Stanford F. Hantaan, for the ram of One
Tboaand Five Unndred and Ffty dol'.ara
($1,560 00, directed to the sheriff of Rock Ialand
cunnty. wbi' h aid writ has been letsraed ex.
ecutra ; row inert-fore aniens yon, tbe said San
ford P Birnia and f ata C. ilartnmn vhal
ptrmnally be and appear before the said loca
Ialand connty c'rcalt conrt. oa or before the fln
nay oi me nest trim thereof, to be hoiden at the
court boafe in the city of Rnrk Island n said
connty. on tbe Cm Monday of Mar A. .. loi,
Cie bail and plead to tbe aaid ruantilTa action,
jo-trou-nt will be entrrrd asaiott you and la
fiTorof the aaid Robert C. Jeaett. and o mnch
of the property attached aa may be aofficient In
mii.iy me ram juagment and cot-!, wi.l be sa.d
to ratiufy tbe aame.
Rock I!and, 111.. Jan. 24. 1 91.
GEORGE W. GAUELW. fV.k
JtCKS s & HraST. I'ls n'.iff a AUoiseya.
py v'.rtne of an execution and fee hill SnCVA
ieuedautoftberVrkoS.(eof tbe clrrnit ronri
of Rock l.land connty. in tne etate of lUinoi.
and to me directed. hrri-by 1 aa commanded to
maK tne amoatit or a certain jodrsient recently
obtained a"ait rl Krreri k M . btnt a tn f aror of
Tbe M Cormic k llarrertini; ach
out of tlie lamlr. tenement, fotxia and chatf la
oi tt.e MU Oelcndanta. I bae levied cpon the
following pro;irrty. to-wit :
lot tbree la block three J,, In lihkaoaA
Toong's aidi t-n to Milan, formerly Camden
Mill. in theconcty of Rock, I, land at.d state of
Therefore. arcnrdlne tosald command I .hilt.,.
I owe for rale at public auction all ih rtt-hi t,i.
snd interest of the shore named. Frederick M.
Boprs. in and to the above dercrib, & Lmn.it, .
1 bnradsy. the S6'h dav of Kebrnarv. Ihui .1 n
o'clock a. m . at tbe north door of the roart hu
in the city or Rock Ialand. in the
Ialand and state of Illinois, for card la hand, to
aaUafy said execntlon and fee bill.
Dated at Rorh Ialand thia second dav of Feb
ruary, A. U. 1W1 . C. 1. GORDON.
Bhenff of Rock Island connty. Illinois.
gPECIAL ASSESSMENT JfOTICK.
Notice Is hereby riven to alt mmkhi i,tm.i.4
that the city councilor the city- of Rock Ialand)
baTinlt oroered that an nnderjronnd sewer be
ontrneted commenri- ( st the ceaier liie of the
Interaction of Ninth street end the alley between
First a ad Second avean; Venning; thence eoath
aloni- tbe center of saxl Ninth arret io Fifth
avenue, and there connect with tbe main riftb
avena- sewer, w th lateral branches connecting
with said Moih street sewer. In 'be cent- r of the
intersections of the alleys betwea First and
roond and SecnfHl and Third avenaea repoc
tlvely. The lateral la the alley between ftrat
aid -m eond aennes to ro east to wl bin twenty
feet of tbe west Use of Tenth strvet. ana wet
eight- feet from the west lies of Moth street
the later .1 is tho alley between reoosd sad
Third avearea. lane st to with! t. tt
of the east Una of Klrbth street, have applied to
the connty court of Roc Island county, ta the
Stale of ll I ola. for an aaement of the costs of
said Improvement ooordiof to beoeBu- and aa
a-segment thereof ha turner beea made and ro
tnrnd to aid court, tbe flaal beariaa; taereoe
ua ai ia, airnirrs or said court, com
meQC tur oa the th day f March. A. D. lsL.
Ail K-rwma devlrii sr mav ta. n ani ih.nu..
and make their d feo-.
iati at Hock I land, Illinois, this 17th day of
February, A. I. 1HS1.
1 ft Joasarus,
J. U. Clslsbo.
Estate of Andrew E. Johnson. Deceased. .
The undersigned bavin . nnhu i.
latra rix of tbe esiata f koA w a. J kn i...
of tbe connty of Kock laiaud La' tJ
ceamril. hereby Kivea ootce that she will ar..
before the connty conn of Kock Island count., at
"'" ui oi -io court, ta lac citv of
Aayta April next, at wxica time all penoos Lav.
agains ma ostaui are not i rice and
requested to atteud. tor tbe purpose of havtac tbe
same al)aated. All persona Indebted to said ea
UU are requested to make la. mediate payment
to the aoder-Mraed. 1-7
Ustofl "hts lath day of F-braary. A. O- liH.
HAMMAA aOaaSOU, AasUaUUaulX.
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lempl.ist. tatarra. all SUeed. Mia aad er.
No aiattet mMo t-tt ild ts rwr a-oa. urrrte
Pr. Clatte a fu'l biwary of orrs. I low a,
tol. bucdi)a.to it. Call on re sddteaa
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
I8S So. Clark SU CMICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
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N J abta mwol TW lTTathnamlOa.rn
J i rsr4 frumtatrverritmsof lr. VtOI.
4 I'tsssptfuruaiil worM-wtderawiie?
YP Curat""' '
Lnaa rf Me
lria early iliimiv uthw
ni c i ern ucat who tiwnm a i
JLLuUf Ml snadvaoiwif Uw4ryeam.Kas.
nev aad blaoder tmaMeB. ec will m4 omr Metaad
H Treatment a afe. t'ertata aad speedy CCRK.
naJ fssultee wajoh art euwrUr waue law
Lhaa liliai a Mrfiriiaa mrm
caansva sytaestasartr Iwaoeama n
CLmof ot djrtor tsaefrwnuua ta I
rtrtur mrmirai faiaaaw
nUHC inUIKUII rnaUauaayv;
WUIiama private praeitr. iHn tbeva a tnat.
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CaU nr write -- nmil Isfismsliii hi fnfl
CcnsillHn "thera. Nm
189 vTOCOam SmtTa MatAeHaXL'
THE UOLINE SAYIUBS BADK
(Ctarted by Uc Let".Unjre of EUaom.)
MOL1NE. - ILLS.
Open daily from t A. X. to I F. If . aad oaTnea
cay and bexarday Kvrniass from 1 te
Intereat aUowed oa DeapoalU at the rate
or 4 per Cect. per Annsm.
Deposits received in amounts of
f l ana Upwards.
BXCXEITT ASOADT AST AG X3.
'T nrtnt, mimmI. .f . v a mm u... I
to the deposuors. Theoficcrs are prohlM
ted from borrowing aay of hs moneys. Minora
mr-A n,H nm.. t i i . a t f- i f
Txm saoisca. Vice Presideta; C. I. UsaairvAT.
ffii . B .fiP Ukujwk Wj.k .wa
C. r. Brmenway. J. Silas Lraa, O. H- Edwards.
m.tim, j.. cv. m.i.1, . c. ana tor. A.
H. Hemeawsy. C. Vtmhnm.
t"l he ooy chartered eavisga Baak U Bock
W. C. MADCKER,
Ha ring porttased tbe
Property which be has had reiOed fur the bo
tel bnioea, is now prepared to accoea
modate transleet guests.
Day and Regular Boarding
si very reaaosaVt prtrea.
He la also engaged la the
at the same place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a spec ml ty.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, rarmaciM
Paawcawneaa a SractaATT.
Foarth Are. aadTwentr-Tbirtl St,
rJ. M. BUFORD,
The o'.d Fire and Time-tried Cospaclea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Bates as low i
was say reliable wi-ir cast aCataL
tVOISceia Ar.aaUoca. vw-
tliaklf Tasks. (Tla ttkat,
' nil -set t wta. t
t-wsts BilsrciTrrs. S
IB II I
1 wi MtaPfsiBTKIIT.kwisa
trmtaMSSaaarlalka mara wi si
t laiui. msaas
ata.fartaaU.S. 180 wtS.sUHt.kUXI, WTt.
Ki rvuaa IkstMi,
iNf aadi m i. aac-
fc-r rwutv siiwrMsiaaaaa.
I 'lal aaedtoliMW ttmm wval
a4oniaUmilBMrta. It Ti illiasaa.