National Affairs: Posthumous

Murderers in the death house, deposed kings, women scandalously divorced, disowned prodigal sons, can always dispose of the effusions of their pens. The yellow press is always ready to lap up their stuff and give worthwhile remuneration. Papers and magazines on a higher plane will readily print matter from pens whose writings they would not have bought had it not been for the fame or fortune of the hands that held them.

So it doubtless was with an article which appeared last week in the Saturday Evening Post, an article entitled "With The Shenandoah,"...

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