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fclu artriingt0B tiawt, POaUSHID IN TUB IVTMMT , i ll ST. FRANCOIS COUKTT. HJBUttHED BVKST THURSDAY ST THEO. D. FISHER ONE DOLLAR A TEAR t taoocrikan uia ika Musty ut tta ?' la BySstrlta llvlag tls -a. tWtttnw f ta Tim an sis-ays ea aLB ! te mm I aiprsa IMU ttysutsa n all aukUs iumUhi at Im uav VOLUME XXVII. FAR.MINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, t9t& NUMBER 10. a be faftttinoton mimes. lTP1 KM II Ul Hip Important fiapitcnitifrt) of n Wwk Hii'ffly Told. IN ALL rAUTSOFTHi: IN ION All 'lie lute-tit XcTg of Inii ront frtim Vi i-hiiifftim, From Hit' Ijud, tlir. tYoat ami the South. TOE UOMi MHH IHSI'ATCHES I'll 11 -MM II I IIM.UI'.XV Thr friilutc of IIh araaltin of the DaJted Htalet unite 'ii thr !.'7lh iros Ibe gpaecb bj Senator tMpW l favor of holding Ihc PhlllpplBC Manila. TV Hawaiian BjafiunMBl I'll) ATM furthci aVaMMcd In tin- BAUaUf I Mil MMtV iMatcdcd to provide for une-ccnt peu-t-gc on IrttefA. The gem-nil di-lait.- on thr Porta Reo ttiriff lill ttOswd, Thr eoaieri Ml r jMjrt on the flnun lal Ull i" rniiMilirnl in lb Hatted fitali . At MM "n the t la nil mill Sen lor Mi'l.uiirin dlrin., It. ('.) -poke In fnmr of eapnnalon. The vote i B t li - etfewaiiaii gnrt-mutrnt Mil Mas poet ponrd on. in id. honar Ihr Port -J Rlcan tariff: hill hip. tilled an a In re-din-.- thr tariff from to 1.'. percent, of tin American tariff, and limiting it- llfr to faro yccrv Mrae pMBfd by n vote of ITf yen to 6 nnv. Thr hill III ill 111! aya I fnrm of g-meni-mrni ft.r th.- t-rriturv of Hawaii wa MMi h.v the '.'tilted Slates arnnlr Ql! tin- 1st aM tin- l'orto Illran tariff hill mn made thr iti.Atilr.hnl hn.ine. In thr h-mxe n i . .:, rrport wji tnnilc t)U 11 hill to rrorprnir thr con sugar arrvioe and aa ntrrrnmnt tt mmlr to consider tin- MM rrlnlinp arronil 1 !-i.. innil mutter Vnrrh ?r. 1 mot V VMIIM.Uiv Thr ati trim lit rif thr pnlilir i!i lit is surd mi Mo- 1-' shows thill Ihr 1I1 lit ilr araflaajd Itt.7i0.1ii ittrtam tin- month iif ffalklaary, Thr cnah ba la nee In th tPMaurj n -. .: . -' i The total debt, Iraa ll sh balance ju thr treasury. mounts 10 f 1 .' IMM .05,0. Th.- pr. Bifjaaf ims nil bortged the nat of dftSQ.tMIO, ill- halaawn i ihr arar tattA ii, affordltta relief to tin- peopli if Porto Mao, Vlnrty ai mlilii ra arlao ilinl In CtftM alnri- tin- 1-ml of t l:r wnr avaee hut iril at AtNafftM rrinrl.-ry in Wanhlnpimi In tin- la t -lit inontlii ihr eorera mrnt eeeeSpti bare raceetlad Ihr e BaadJHvei . bj I 17,71 1 ' 00, A prr '.i mi nary rrpott l.y thr In.tna trial aommisaii n lubmlttatl loaoajfeeaa of it. LaeeatlgatatiBja to to tae operathaaa of t runts mi;, a that aaftalll rrtla In ron nrrtlon vrttJi Ihcnj ahmihl In- rlu rknl by npiiroprlati- IrfMation. l Ihr mint i.f lb DaMtti Stalra Ihr tntal eoinaer , treated dnrii-.p Frl rimry a 51 ' tr.'.TAO. At thr tin.,- ofbaajnaai Krhruary i.'4 laat tin- fatal i lrritlntion of national hank notr . .1 f I tt, 1:1 -; . an in.-rraar for thr yi-nr of W,J tMII, nil: i;t. ivhiir atlaalobHfriatff apirltual Bar tier lo n .it U man, Itrt falhrr BMaaaaj aWttlaadrr dropped dead in PtttabtaTBaV Pa. In Ihr Conartbrrtlle (Pa.) rrplon tin IH.notl rokr arorhem lll rrrrltranail tanrr nf 1 p 1 ri-nl. ill wnfra. In Kan York Kdavatd Krinlnrr'a Hirrr llblTllloa urrr linrtir.l toilrath In a trnrniriit I ac flrr. In Philnilrlphia a lii.nkarllrr woa arnt lo Jail fur a ,rai for arllit - "Sapho" ami aintllnr hooka. On the llal iaaV minrra tlirotipliont the country vill okarrvr thr firal unnl veraary of the rifrht hour ly. New Knclanil anil nnrlhrrn Nrw York ni rr si pt hy Ihr hratirat anr,.v alorni aim-r IttM, Es-Prrahlrnl (irmrr t'lrveland waa rrporlnl aarioaalj ill at Ilia homr in Prlnrrton. N. J. In Nrw Ynrk LotW I" Vragrr. a rr tlrril mrrrlmnl. illril in hia onr hun dred nod Mr t y.-nr. RAaard Maad itaat Bari Wiaon. hia hrnthrr In l.iu . and lin n klllrd hiniarlf in a family ipinrrrl nt Itnffalo. N. Y. In a railroad Olaua near Inrminr ton. Conn., four p.Taina were killeil ml aetrn inji.rrd. The ilrnth of Cbariaa I,. Unvia, pro prirtor of the AJria thealrr. Pitta Imrph ami will known on Ihr atngr in the charartrr of hin .loalyn. ormrrrd at Plttahurifh. afed .'1! yrara wr.rr ah not th. In a w-rrek on Ihr Miaaotiri Parlfo- road nenr Ir.di tH-mlrner. Mo., two wotiirn wrrr l.ill.-d and ilhrr nrraona 1 Injured. ; Many collrn, pre Idea ta uml prolta anra uirl in 1 hkoajro to form nn nrjmnl aalion to make uniform higher drfrreea nil ahtit nut i-henp diploinna. In n department alore in San Krr rloco two c'rrka atolr fT.DOO from the aaUry enrrlopra nf thri-mployra. In 8t. LaatJa OlVa t. Killry. whoiraTr np n fortunr of ou r f i.rum, lo pay debta for w hich hi- la rame reaponalbla by Inilora.-mrtil, died a jxHir man. Throiiffhou' llliuoia. Mlchlpnii, Indl ana, thr ooulhweat mid weat theheui teat nowaiorra in yeura prr lulled. l)emo.-ent of thr Ki nliieky lefriala tarc appiottriated I lO'.OOO far drlrc tlou of GoehePa nuinlerer. In Iiidini.a the II iron and aterl mills 0wn.1l tj thr RepaMhl Iron A Steel compan rbmeil down on account nf an attrmpt t rnforer thr weekly pay law and ort 1 tNO nil B wi re Idle. At Cripple ( reek. ( ol.. the February output of pold waa IS.t9A.7a Sear Blurfleld. W. a.. Joaephlilran. a farmer kilird hia dnuphtrr and her lorrr and then killed hlmeelf. While rraiatii-.R- arrral Loni-a- l.oi'nn. a uotoriotiK train rnbbri-, wua killed by an officer in Kanoaaf Ity. Mo. A bill to give women the right lo i-ota at all elecHnna waadrfcateii in thr Ohio legtilatiirr la (Alcagi. Il ward K. Drerer. former hanker, waa coorletrd 0f rinhenlin(f nifl.o:,-. At thr Birr of 70 year Bee. Edward Ctwhltia' Xlitehrll. 1. I)., president of the Lelaad Colored unlrerslty, cHetl at Sew OrbMM. In a wreck on tbr llliuoia Central at Pope, Miss., Enjrtneir Oliver and Fire OMti Adams wrrr fatally injured. la Halt I Abe City the Utah demo si&t'.r. convention iaatrarted dclrfatM tor llryau and deplored the OMttaf of Pabarta tor oaafTtat, i WEEKS HISTORY In 'bii-nao t hat h a h UgU - Iml hia hnlhttt ami killed thr lallr.'.i wlfr la row rr monry nmttrra. In thr vh-inltv of Hawaoit. Alaakl, iinneiiM- ron! IwiU lunr Imto found 1 11111:11. im ! 1 mm . Hen. I'ronjrV rapture wiih l.iiOOmrn htm roat thr llrltiali aonir l.'.'ii'mrn In kilird aad wounded. The ant rrnilrr, U ia onuotinerd, doe not tm an n '-rimhlttf! lilow to the Mm ra. Thr : :-n has in rrnllt , only romim nri d. l,alitail Itttl from lien. Puller ahow hia ad Minee ia alnliliortily e nitiled liy the llocra. In crnlra fhe Alierdei-n (Hcotlnntll tiahiiiff lioata were loat and 7" peruana were drowned. In KnyrUind lord ItoaelHry haa with- Irnwn from t lie BbafaJ party. Two alio'- wrrr llrnl a! Preldrn; Caatro. of Yrnrrnrln. by an nuuanin. hut no harm w-aa thmr. Qaa. Iliiiidonald'a eommnnd rnter.-d ) amith, Ihua inialnir the lonifalrpe. (irn. I rrn, le and other Iloer prlaonrra har been arnt 10 t npe Town by Lord IU.br r la. Mnniln ndiee ray that Co'.. Ander aon. employing the ItiMirf-nfa' own taettea. muliuahi d the enemy mnrlla MMfaa, klllinir "t. woimrilnjr :in and eap tiirinp arvrrnl fien. .loubrr" waa rrorted lo la? n MHMhaj flat.ratMi men m Wliibitre. 70 milra inirlhrai t of Plnrinfoutrin Tin- relief of LajleaaaMi bj Qen, Hniirr'a Leaofai bttaaaaaai rrjoirinif throuirhoui I'.nj,' land. An BsajlaaJOal on liotirtl thr Ijtvliab aaall nauat l-'ram-r at Blafwe kWlad abn iir.-inrn. Throiichotit aoiilhrrn Mrsin rnrth ipiakra did f Bal damatrr uml kilird aix perauna I tlCU al.lt a. In the arnntr. on tin- '.'d. aaaMMalaV tiun of a hill rmlHMly 111' autmUint!ata thr BforialaM ot Ihr honar Pn.-rlo Kieai tariff hill and in addition provid ing for a temMtrar form of ri.il Ma MMBt for the lafcHMB waa MfMk All I our Ma) a half ol tbr WrpOlloa waa Mwtad in tin Hum) ran In Un lioii.e a ap. ,-ial anraaage frutti tin- pr-. id.-iit IMMIManfliui.' tin- imiiifilia1i paaaa' of a hil. lo plnre in hia ham la all thr mom - .-olh-. t.-il apM PMfttt Itieau JOO&n .inn- fin- BpBnlall evaetJ alloii of tin- island to Im MM for il-- rrlicf of Ihr Puerto lUcaua MtM IM I. aad withii, Iwo hoiira 11 bill MrTjrlng out the ri i-oiniiiruilutii 11 had baM MaBffd, IAS to mi, and arnt to tin- arn air Thnti-ii datfjanaMta vot.-.i wtiu Ihr innjorily . Mr Oaorgt Kewaea, of London, pate li-.n-r of tin Vt'ral mlnater Uaaettf and the Slraiid Mau-, 11'. haa made ; r rannrmrnis In brlntf out aa ICnf tlao dltion of iii. Topeka (Kaa.1 Capital rJartag thr rditorabip of Her, 1 bariaa M. sin-idi n. Tat arraaajeturnj himm the rxpli iiation of thr most inlrrrM htf MUgpaMt MpMtaaMt ol tin- -n Inry by ihr pMffPMatfa Britlah pnlr liaher. ' The bnvaatbjataM oT eluirtfra aa to thr uoiygaaitruji atuins of oertalB brtfe real npKlnlei, waa reaunied, on il-.e ML, by 11 MaVOMMatttae of th.- bocaac coiumitlee on anat laffioti and Mt rtanla. The impiiry bad been ebwnd. inn aa liepnaenlaii.r L.-ni drairrd in bun- the MialliMwj of Her. Ir. Camp ball, of dull, it ma detanalaed to rj open th- beat lag Jua, In fori- lln udjouriinn ni of the aenatr MMtmittar on eirelion -. 011 tin 2d. lailh pro ..-.Mil ion ami 1I1 leMM i. thr In real Ifa tioa into I be abuitbaa of Heuiitoi Clark, of MnntajMi MMMtjOtd that Ibe) had 1 on. lud.-d IM prraeul -tion of tln ir IMtlnOatJTi Tin rr n- biuini-d rutin- papafa to ba aaaaaiaed tml aFfJUBMral MM till in hi heunl. Th- wuretar) of ataba aatlaariMi a MBtMdiatlM of Ihr prinled report ih.it tin- atnlr drpaitnn nt had arcunil Ihr MBit of other potman to thr pro riahaM ol the pMdbag MMl MM ti'ip. Nil pri aiaiiio.is in relation lo tin- Mbjari mattaf of lUa eou.rniiou, hi- aaya, had ln-rn luid la-lore uuy oth er country. The alnlrinent of 1 he condition of the iMMMf1) iaallrd 011 thr Ml shnwrd. Available eaah halam ,', t.'ai.i.-.'.J'JT; iriihl react e, $-.'U',"-.7s6, In the arn.ile, im the d. Mr. It. (Ya.l .mike in lailBHdlhlll to tin- aeal- nn i.f r. (iniiy iis . i-nnlor Iroin Peon- ajfteaaia, ir. Teller opoae in eritlaMa of the r inference reoirt uiain the cur- reln-y bill. V numU'r of priiutr a-li-aion liills araM nn..acil. The HaBati hdjjoanaad wariy on nerount of the death oi Heptaaentatrrc Kp , of ir- grinln . . . In ihr baMa, aftrr Ihr morii- iiar baiaaaaaa, Mr. Hal ( Va.) MMMUaaed with an rxprraainn of prnfouml aorrrin on thr part of hima-ll aim hia aan- eintea, the death of Mi. I'm a. lb- of frrrtl r.-aoluii.ui. -.f reaarrt and aim tnthy, wturli were uuai ininualy am p: rvl. and ibe boose, , a fnrther uuiik of reapi el, MMWaM. I'br funeral ol Mrs J. U. 'hmidliipp an. I bee dauirtilrr. Kmiua. lietlma of i thr ii-ei ol lallllMMl hninir mar K1111 I ana (ity. Mo , was Ihr Inrirral eirr known 111 Cineitiuuti. Tin- t-aaket of ftaaj ixara thr baMriptloai "Owl mind me: irel pajui nml MNMM MM ftfst." Th-ae wrrr her Inat wortla. ut - terrtl just la-foiv lain" linrnid lo drnth Piiaarnt r :niin No. faai mail, on the I hieapo. Milwaakcr A St. Paul, collide! with u west-lMiuud fn-iniit ahorlly after uiidniirht, ran the tin, ut Ita : ' . la. No liven wen leal. Koi nrrr lieorge llrrron of Ibe fnal mail revrr-eil hia enpiir suit sturk to his pfwt, thua. pmlialdy.aavini: many lives, lb- was injured Inl rnally . Arch'iiNhop John Hriiitrsay dinl at llillimpii- la., on th'- 4th. lie waa err-.,-!.,.,: as 011' of thr n-ri-ateal unitorn ami must profound thcoloyiuna in tin Catholic hirrarrhy, uml bisraitar of hia sen I in educational maltTn had hern mimed "Th- AHitle of American Cath olic MBMMbJ aclnaila." At Uanovrr, Pfuaala, on thi 4th, un known partle-i loir down 0 l.rlliah Unh and uuid- mi nnti-llritisli drusonstra tlon in front of th, reaidrnre of an Ftirrlishtnun who had displayed the I'uion dark in crlelnration ol the Hrll iah cucetaaia in South Africa. lit. U A inilhert, one of the moat prominent physicians, in the state of Iowa, n former president of the stats iMn.nl of health nnd one of the lead I nr.' tuasoRa of the u-'t, dl:d at tmbitque, on the 4th. aped 7S. Th annual mre'inf ot thr Council of Jtvriah Women brpnn in Cleveland, 0,, oa the tth. There vvcrc about om huMTad aalaaaaaa ba filt-milrtrtt. 111, Lord Dundonald, With thr Natal Carbineers and a Cotnpoiittc Reg iment, Cleared the Wuy. ENTEREO THE CITY WEDNESDAY NI3HT. Tbr llr. 1. 11 4rklr.e Onli After Ihs MO.-.I PjfaMMN aa4 tarlrnailard MSsM IS Sr.rrsl Wrrka-MIII Hum. - hi- IMA l lt. ral lluhriia' Tan Irs t lamdon, March I, 0:31 a. m - The war office has IMttfaai the fnllowinj dispnlehes from lien. Iluller: "Littleton's Hendipiarlrrs, "March I. 'J: ni Mornlnr:. "ticn. Itiindomild, wiffi thr Natal with I lie Natal carbineers, ml a composite re"iuirut, entered Lady smith laat ti prist. "The country brtwecn M and Lady- ill V' '. I i' ' B!ii RBOVKMI HULLBtt atnlth ia rittia clear of thr 1 nemy. I am mm in? on Neilln rpr." rii iM n.-ws. fi-ihiwiug so obnel) apoa lird lai' cits' ,ict uy oicrl ronjc. hua s.-nl I 01111011 ni" t a nap. 11 . ol dr pbt, Mritlsberi lo n il - top 10 - unit iht .ohiwhich la known to In severe, i hey only r 'j.iie that relief ha. Im-.-ii bruunbl White's awl mrla K"r" riaon. i'hi. ha. baeu aae Mpllabed only .if tcr two weeks of dsapfrate lii.'iitin.:. Bullrr, oct-nrding to hi. dl pat h of yeaterday , in hia MMMI had mice is, -n compelled to return, to the south side of tin- T tare at, bm he ImbmUMi iy IHtlltfjed H- the north aide. 11I MCrthct point, and la-ran the Opt IVtiOsM wi n h Ffrsalted in Ihr capture of PtilatT'i hill. Snd mo' hair fo-iinl th.-ir fulllllmenl In tin- direct rrll.-f of Lndyaiiiith. Maac rapafta aatlaaata Btat Iluller hna loat Ihree ilpMJfl men in thia move, tneul . HI li'l M movs:. win iir itr i Ma i Tnm Hm PaMaa tsa lit. Mrli I'tltlnu llt.rraf Iomloii. Man h 2.- What thr next mm' will Im- rrlltuilla a much M "o- iiiiiidrum na prior to the receipt of lieu. Ba liar's di-patch. Iilvi I llldi n. ltd IS usaumii: la kSTC made a wide liirninff tnoiei'icnt wunl, skirt inn- llnlwana bill, an. I den. I'.ulh'r may reaaonshly Ur aspaatad t, la' in I. .,ii v '1 will: '.be hulk of bis fossjea by ninht. Wnether. like I! .1. erla, at Kiiulwrly. he will be ablr lo turn thr tables 011 the rrtrrutii.,' BaaNi lemnins to la- srrn Opininn brrc incllues te the belief that no " r.'.aiie movement can lar ilium" finitely undertaken by lien. Puller's ami lien. Whilr't, forcca. hence Koii erla ia Ktttely to soon hnie In face II. e eiii'iny. sirrn(thrneil by larne rein fore Ilia from all aides. Wliih ll is Kciirrnlly realized Hint Lord Jtolarrta' slnilef.y ia mainly r spnuaihb- for Ihr relief of laulyamiMi. Ihere Is u toaVag of liliirlv lest hil pinna suffer from the hordes I. en holler uiiirhl let slip into the Free Stat-. Evidently lxml llolx-rts i awiike li the aitllaliou. It la rrNirli-d In latasMa, but the nrwa ia not eon firmed, that lien. French hna already reachro lllfM-mfonlcin, which ia not tmpioiaihle. aa the Ikicra nrr scarce y SMabaJ I" make a aland the.-e. The atpjalticancc of lieu. Kilehencr'a pr -nice a1 Ai niid. ! ia mil yet explained Bill wherever be jris-a somrtbinr; is likely 10 happen, and ilerelopmetils niny ahortly show attutcric plana 10 Intereatinjr aa those iiliich eulmlnatrii In tin defeat of QM, Crotije. I.I I r llll mi Ml VI a iMllt. Cronir Urn Hid H ftMMM NttlsSa rsss sir AswssMnllttsj. Iintlon, March i'. With such drier mined iicmiee. says u apeciid enrr.' sondetit, telecTiipliiii from P.tardr bataji uniler date of February 7. M Vloulll anppose that lite liners Wolllil haie deal 1 ovi d their BMM -mull arm. uml .luiiuunitiou, la-fore aiirremlerin : The only thin" injured, however, wa tt V 1 -k"rs Masini piece, which I1111I been Im by a British -licit. When the order came lor III" Dia l priistinera lo BPtai the river lo lb llriliah camp they took all Dial they coi.td earn of such things as potv pana and hliinkets, tbrnwiiif then rifles in two heaps, thai -.'railunlly in erciirei! lu biifrr proMirtions. Aa Ih ford had la"en swollru by hrsvy ruina, the ll, era look off their irons, -a and wailed iicruss. The scene lookrl likr play. 1 a, In-r than war. The me'i Iniifrhrd and splashed each other 'n the water, but uiuniif Ihem wen- sonts (Trim faces, which looked with disfu vror upon such aportlvem-aa ItetlrrA la HtM lla.lr. ".Ntllhnrpc, March 1. 5:20 p. m. i havi just returned from Ladyamilh Esrept n small guard, north of Sur prise Mill, the whole of the agaaaja lately brslrglug tbr town have na tlrcd in hoi haatr. and, to tbr south ol the town, the country hv ipiu.- cletr of them. "ItfLUak." Osl a horf, Hallnaa. "The garrison were on half a pound of mca! a man a (lay, and supplanting the meat ration by horses and mules. The met. will want a little musing b fart being tit for the lid." mm Si MISSOURI STATE NEWS. ll- ... 11' 11- nil,. Mrs. M. I'. Iilovrr, aKrd iH yrars, ... so. vi- U , I -. .. I v., , i.i. ... i. - ,,t,,, 1 mv JSST' hall. 1 Mr (iilrs P, Fllley, onr of thr best 1 known of the oldrr rrsidenta of Ml. LnuiK. and for many years one of ita most prominent luannfarturrs. M. Filley wua lairn in I ouectieut. in ISIS, and achieved 11 auceeaafnl business ca reer. li 1 0 a,, .if tiir utuiost pcr- omd probity. Itnee 11 friend for whom he BM MMIM an iudorsrr fuiled. ami Mr Fillry waa iiivolied lo the rttenl of HeMyajBi iii. trb rtdb ataal him n pu into Ismkl llpley . He refllaed. nsksl for time, and eieniua'ly uiid off Hie debt, with ue. niinilotcd intrrcsl aMMattaj to isMktMi ltri. .Sumiiel 1 1 1 1 fT in : 11 . agrd ... for SO yrara a resident of Savannah, and the oldeal mid fellow bi the atate. at hia home, in thul city, from old age. Mr. Huffman aprut the ireatia- pan of Ins lib as a pnator in thr MrlhiHllst church, lie wua a mason of high alaud iug. I inrlra Campbell, ngrt -'1 yrara, ut hi' hom nnir OJaaM. (leertrr Mitehrll. S2 years old, si Mat shall. hsiics a. Mraaaa. whoa.- daHb in I '1.011 while aeeving in the Thinl I'nlt ed Slates ej.ilry. last .liiniiary, h.ia jttat In ieporlr.1, was a St. lamia bay, and MM formerly a MMMI of tin- First Missouri rr-rimriii Itichatd Raaaeil, IC yeera old, ut Clinton. Thouiaa Watfaa lloith,s well known young MM laaiaa man of St. 1ouis, of pn - nnoni i. la Milile VSrallk nl Si. I.isl. Hi" report of 1 Itnirmnii Fnilrricka ot the St. ssMSb latnrd of .s.ir. sliowa: Laatli mi".. 12,790 ttt, rnlueil at ajkMAttar; Iowa iota. UMM, ralaad a, i I'l'.'.oi l,7M. Total n'.il rstulr. pjtly. HO '.in. It.mking eorMir:itiatw. ilti.tSI,. ttSB) railroad earporutlons, . tl.-.'Wi. all Othrt coriuir ilioiis, Uttti tl Isiiids, nit,, .mil "li'lences of iml b'e Ines-s, '.n'i.tin, boraes, mnn- and rtdint-a. MrMP, valur.1 at MttLAag. sjiiksa ,khi, , lined al tl'i. Ho, mat cattle, ii.ltsi, v. i ,i 1 1100,110; ai.ine. Mi, uilnul nl (2',r, bM impl iin nt. sml all other pi 1 1 property, i !.7-.'.tii. Total per. ii 11 il pi 1. p ill. U l.'ll 1.-.' Ill; a r'nl .'.li te ami p 1 niil. t.lSii.Jti ,.i,;y. ('I he abaw il, . - not incl'ide stievt rallwaya ami railway 1 1 , i , , -. 1 s. , n i era I w nrk. a years there haa le-cii about once 11 itaoalb Tor m 111 y tw a atfe robberj omewherr m the .NJiaaonri-Kllliaiia , mining diatrict. Ttsr work ia always Mar skillfully, ami thr rabbafi aaoapa with t lii- spoils, leaving no ch-w in--Mad I bam, Tbr otber night raabaja entered lii,- .ton- of Henry Weur, at llli mil ill-, a aiilnirb of Jnpliu, blew DpeB hia safe with fHiwder. rnhls d it of lis contents ami escaped. The, flit about Mitt in money and a lot nf ius iltllb SH-ra, Srrrrlarv Lesurnr's llrpnrl. Keei-el ., 1, of Slate Leam-ur rUpol Aj ba. intr Pi eeiinl and paid into the .lata tienaiiry lava and fee. fur Hie mouth of February at follows Notarial nim iiiiaainith, $7111; iloiuratie corMirations lax. HiHI foreiLMi eorairstiona tax, J'.lsO. llll.ci-llillieiills f.-a. - II'. 7" luiill department Ices. b 7a; ncorilin railroad BMttaata, MM.M) Imuk in spection in MiMaAa, Total. M.m Ml Slair Ir'H.urrt I'lll. n St.it.- Trrii-nrer Pin. has Bird with i.01. Strphei'. hia r port of thr trans actions ol tin- trcusory for tin- mouth ol February, it nhowa th - fniiowing i Balance on hard, January 31, i.'l.lOT.- S41.JH; reecipti for Febriuiry. W7. MLtti disliurscracnta for I rbruary, t. .7 :1.21. This leaves u bgkVjaj ia the state Maaaj) at thr rlosr of liu.i ne.s on Fel-ruary of 11.4 "Mun.AS. I'al I rnrstlr 1 il.,,.,, Milliunaiie 1 un, "ie has Mb a pflipupllllia to .lerTerson t Ity In ive the rit., '.'. i.iai for the establishment of a library that ia to be frrr. and strps nn Iseinij akeu to tuke adiaii lat'r of tin- olTer. I'll' ennditlnns ape ihat the city BJMt furnish a aite for the Hbratpi and cr-utr a fund of . p r annum for tbr mniiitrtuiurr nf flu lihrari . Knr 'ii' HwahaaisVa UarArr, The jury in tin- case nf Mra. Th ru 011. charged with la-iiir; an i.ceesaory lo the killini of her liualmiid. brought In a venliet of gstllty nt Joplin. and fixed her piiiiiahmri't nl ten year, in the peuitaatuiry. 'rhorulon was kilh-d nl IVnaps-rit y last fell, lleorgr Hay, a half-willed 'mirthr. U ull, "in lo have committed (h- deed. V MMMSS 1 BH Mrr I kraal. Mr- Mary llnil- 'hinldl. of No. .ilill North llnridwiy. si. laiui, atti-uipted to eOtnudl subrbsil by rutting hrr thiiuit arltb :t baMMtl knife. She may reetiver. She is the in llu r of Itv e lit tlr cbn lreii. Is ts yier-- nld. and haa licen tiiiiirled nlsnut eight years. kprlnsMrM'a ni. Mr.lval. Tli.' Itarissfffabl rrvlvnl haa Is-rn in pnigre-s over two motitha, nnil tl.i- con .er.ioiia MMMV ueiirlv -,Juo. Mai. Cole ia now making preacher- nf law yers, do-ton. im 1 eh:nta nml l.-iisnrcra TrleA in llur. Illsna.-ll l llrath. Freil Silri. of Springfield, lit .nptrd suh-iili bj sataratbag hi. elothinp with nail nl .-ml then touching a mulch to It. His nil, " Mil u'lli.hi d t hr fljimes. yevoa i ,.r, .a.. A jury in tin criminal mart nl Kan as City bMM Ihr lute record whrn it guvr Ed Sims, a nemo. 40 years in tha I eiiili-nti iry lor higitway rubbery. Slarra Hnrnrrf at Xarark. Nine liiialm aa houaea were burned at Aurora the other morning. The flea occurred in the heart of thr huslnraa section of the city. Mure Mlssi.Hr! Uates far MearMs. Four hundred bujbM were shipped (nun Kansas City thr other duy for New Orlrnns for BM by the British ia South Africa. vtnil. l-uhlie rtertaralltta. At a, mcr'iiig heir, by Maj. Cok-. at tbr Springfield normal .chi.il, 'JO stu dent made a pubii profession ol re 'igton Peaslaa Ksamlalnic Isrssas. Ut. IU "' . Munt'iiig has tstvu ap noittted e pensloa ujutwining aurgeou tite. ClMrltv. FIVfcWER BJrfNLDTODEATfl Asia Toller Hakr Mas. - sv Harulu. heap Basrerr Luila las Hoaa. Nr- York. March i.-Five persona wen- Inirnr! lo death ami three were hunted early Numlav nmri ing In a tire elncb occurred in seien-story lodg ing I. on., at 14 tn 44 llovrry. rkr Ileal k Llsl. 1 buries Ituitlr, 40 years olA John Clnrk, 40 years old. Edward Poylr, X", yura old. Henry Jarkaon. i-olon'd. M vrars old. Our unidentified man. about fifty fears old. Tbr lalarest. Stephen larney, 75, years old. waa burn.sil Miami thr Isalv, face snd hands and removed lo a hospital In a arrious conditio-,. Martin tiallaghrr, it yean oki. Mat bajsgai alvuul Ihr fare and hands and also reuioin: In a hospital. I'.lv 11 nl Walker, 47 vrars old, waa harnrtl, hut after having his semiu I drcascd.remainril at th li diriug buuar. Ptva was an Ibe l lllh I'laar. The flrr was ttrst dlscovii'ril shortly aftrr two .I'eluck. Smokr was Hiir Ing from Ihr windows of the fifth floor ami Ihr flume, wrm making rapid pfaj I -a. The lislging house waa cut up Inio IH rooms, and 00 of these small :ipHirimeiit. werr occupied wheu the fir- broke out. I'olieemeii arnt in an alarm, ami burat into the place to arouse the in male, riiey uolifird thr m, rlerk, who iinmnlialrly rang the alarms all ov rr thr house. The Pellee la ths Hesrar. Tbr hallways wrrr instantly tilled with a crowd of excited Miiplr The IMiliermen forerd thrir way in the up per rl'sirs In an rfTort In reacnr some ol I he hrlpteis. or any who might lie ovrrennie with smoke. Thry rarried out Thomas ;iarpr. one-h a- " mnu, nnd talwnnl Walhrr, who had hern burned and partially overcome by the amok. Stephen Carney was found lylni.. on th- floor in his room. The MMl had already burned thr old 2ian'. hand., face and body, tint a policeman pb krd him up and carried I in mil of fhe building. NearrhliiB far Ike Vlrllsss. The lin'mrnauccreitrd In putting out flu- fume, without rrrat haa to the bulUBafg After ihr flre was out they Is-gaii n .eureh The bodies of nil five of tin riatMO werr found on thr fifth flisir. wlu-rv thr tire did moat damage. Puttie was .iittoraled In ts-d; John Clark via. found on the flisar of his mom. dead, a. was also Fowsnl Doyle. I hr eolnnd man waa fntinn dead at a window . and thr unidrnHflrd man had lavn oirn'omr just aa hr was drag ging himself from thr window to the lln' rscnp' All thr umbra wrrr tnkrn In the tmireiir. The dnmuirr tn thr building aasaaaiai to about j.'.iski Thr place was cniidueted hy Ihmiinieo Milano, ml was 11 cheap Ibiwrrv lodaiui: house. 'Hll.liai l BIHIKII T'l IIBATH. Ilr,..i, AU.mnl of as r.lifsr Olslar ta save 11 .. BaAIr Isrsr4. Olympia. Wash., March 1. -John, Churl s and Kn.mn, gril resprctivrly live. s. icii and nine, children of t ha. Wrmnrr. living II inllrs from hrre, wrrr liurnrd In dralh Haturday night at 11 o'.rlnck The pan'nta were ab sent fnim home attending a dsiirr, ami 11 rld'-r sistrr, aged IS. was Irft in charge of Itv house anil children. She sui badly btintrd in attempting to res cue her brothera and slater. Being unsuccessful ahe linnlly jumped from a aiinim atory window, 18 feet from the ground. The Are la supposed to i bare originatrd I mm the rxplouon oi ii iitifrht heater. THE RED FLAG OF ANARCHY. aabslllalrU far Ibe Alars sa lr,sM Tbr Ularlnas Kssblam Da- tun 1 Neb., March . One of the im iileuts of the healed muuieiHl election which closes to-dav was the I tearing down ami destroying of an American flag and thr sulistitutitig therefor rd rag on a flag pole in Mayor Moore's yard bus time Hatur day night. Sunday morning thr mayor was astounded tn see thr red cloth fly ing wlu-n- en I while the Stars and Mriprs flouted Aa thr rope was cut hia honor had to call on the lire de partBMrt to run up ladder ami take down thr red cloth. Br then ran up a brand new American flag to thr top of thr mast, and uti he tfora not pro pose to let any on" pull H down. The work is thought to have beeu done by political opponents. Mr. oil linimi Kospllaa I'rlaaarrs. (aim. March S. -A serious revolt of 711 convicts nt Tourah. the great prison near Cairo, marly invelsed Sou otber priai.ni ra Blank cart ridges having failed to overawe the malcontents, a inlley was fired from window op phalai through the window of the nsini rs-ctipied by them. Ktvr of the m ttoatai were shot, ami two, it ia tN-lieviil, fatally woundid. All thrn siirrrmlrrrtl, and were coafined la cells. Jassph Slbiv-. aatarr. Franklin. I's., Marrh 4 Sbartly af trr thr rleetinu Hon. los-ph Sibley, ns rongrxvasman from thr Twenty-ss-v-ulh district nnouneed that be would livid- hi aalar.v for hia term between the Ave hospitals in his district. In fulflllmrnt of this prnarlse. the offtriala of the projected bOBpttal la thia city hare reccivevl a cheek for $1,000 from CongTinssmau Sihtry. and rhrck "or thr -a Be BM I I was re arivrtl by each ol thr hospitals at Oil City. Warren. Itradfonl and Kane. At thr end of bis term each hospital IB haae receiver fft.OUO. Bag lev, la., March . Paaaeager train So. 4. fast mall, on the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 41. Paul, collided with a west-bound freight shortly after mid night Haturday wight, at this point. So live were Mat. Engineer George Her eon of tbr fnst tail reveraad hi engine aad tuck to hi poat. He react red John Ward of thr pa euigei j 11 wpad. and sustained a broken leg. The rest of the trainmen were badly shaken up. Several paseangan reoelred Sight itv FREE By CHAI NCV C. .MrtCHfc.55 IW7 in D. AdVPtmi A Co. gtOl CHAm nit xn. ro?,T!M r. I will not go m far a ii My bow tliii err Ulklr would hmr ndiKj ha't HMM rit no DUrfrrrnrr, but the end rtnw in a nwifi bct toUlly unlooknl for I Imd mni-nl thr Mlow Wkwnl thrnuflh thr room, Mpi to ft h.m wbr ht i otilH rrtn tt m farthc-r, od bad forrrd hini veil toward 'Ik by twttlf wbrrvon !.)! aat thr lauakrt. wbru that whitr ha.trd patrttirrh roar mta an airUtnation. and artxins hia atalT, tpprv Wivwd Laowviri and brought the ati k down n bia harrd hrat!, felling h.u. to the tloor a UMgmm caxcaaa. Though the blow waa aem rahlr to me, each an art of wir on the part of a (.lu.ikfr made mr turn on m ally and rrvoril hitn with aetontahmmt Twaa a foul thing tc takr a man Iron, behind whrn engaged in boat niy frund," I broke out, "ami, though ! giw tlmtik for good iDtentuma, 'twas an unierml act, and ron helve your cloth! 'Thee baa email time to pjrk fine holca in aar aerrtre, friend," he m- -trd. hurriedly. 1 um thee to thr window and are my mo lite. I wiah to make friendst with thee, but we muat hurry ' 1ok yonder!" I looked aa directetl, and to m amaze ment aaw a aquaJ f tritiah raralry about turoiog into thr Un. trading lo the tavern There waa arant timr fnr mr tn run fr.r my anna aad get to thr w.nduw, gajt, at I waa about to throw ntn thr eaarmrtU, the ouaker laid hia hand on my arm. "Not that way!"he enrd, "It g wamp land, and thee would U mirrd m thr night, t'petatrftv -tta aafrr lur n .rave thr irt to me " With mighty nimlilt 1 iVr m old a man. ba drew mr tnw.ird thr kitchen, and, throwiag ofaen thr dour, Kmtrd tn a aet of boxed ia alep IraHtng above, and thrn quickly drew liatk, IftM ttwal U linnl him I had but g'ottrn up the abort flieht whrn I heard him go to the barroom rntranr and about for help with all the might i Inn tracked voire. In a iaajaat 1 taauH thr flatter of anna aa thr ajau ci,t r! tlir hm r room, and at thr aatm tnr c thr nrgro Maua bounding up th- t ?. ir f b.t ni- The m'eonlight through the hail wmjow juat ahowed mr hi htark face a hr ran to ward me, and with a will t aril myaelf at high coat I littrd m -word to cut him aWu ' when he cried in a hnrar Itiap-rr, and with out the alightrat t rat r ot dalfaU t "Hold up, man' I'm fm trienl! Thia way!" A b sp.ke hr iaassatad a aaar tin utrh of wbiek be lifted, sad. tbf oatMUJ it side, placed bisfinni'i aa 1: lip as lie pefailed bi ptMM wiih s vtadM at it" fi end. With the wortla "IbavoM IbM losapbuai li quid till I rt Isn V hr lurneil Slid Irft me. running dns nauir, ss ipu, kli b ba eonw up Kow from ihr momr.it I had crossed word with Isttfaty lili the pnsrtit the tiM bad been so short thai il w-si s. nnth lag' I waa aot confused aa regsrda Inaing my bead, but mighty ilnngr it Bjd thai two fnenil Bad At BJOaV at nitn. and thia fsrt am trdlr Is-srildrrinr in anmr blind way lb Dorr srssatill n U lug st.it ion (tin less treachery lay- hidden about i. ihnugh wbat had buuubm ri youai K ng ad baa I eoald eaeae by Nick Strvker, nrrr .till pur . Ia tbe farr ni ihr art and wnrd, nf th Quaker, aba hies had Bved un- from immediU capinre. I unili, bu. I blab he srs aot what hr had an iiir.l In lie. V, u ,t In- ssa Quaker t all Thai hr Baa n Iritad la Ihr causa plain rimuk'li no . t In .null st first, with the feeling thai tvety assa'l h ind wss fsinat me. I lajg thought hia sending mr hovr migh. hr hut trap to take nir shvr But this routd not le, fur un going to the window I w thr eurnirnt opriird on roof that sloprd easily In in ar tbr ground common srranirmcnt ia rhitctr in those day, ami one that atill holds I kd been alone bare five minutes hen tbrmgh the (till Bight air 1 heard tin - 'Th bat amall tim lo pick fin hola In my rvu friend. " al voire sad the i lattenag of hoof from th yrd, anil gueed tbst Mate nf the trooper bioe had gone in hut to tbe north, for, aiy window being on thr aouth side of tbe Mam, 1 nothing ni them sa tbtf passed. All below tvecsme ailent ss the confusion incited ia the diatsnr. My nerves war Hb harp tnng ss 1 tood snd liaietml. but, as th time went on snd nothing ..Tarred. I breathed trill osier, snd finally gtb reed enough confidence to rapnmr nn tim ra. Had it not been for the damp I knew wss is them, I should have used pulol oa the gsatbler st the atari. Far II of an boar I waited in the rsu (age, wkieh turned out to be little more than a Borrow lumber room, but at last I heard tn door below open, snd ever. Ba I wss hup ing (or Boost one to i iid m la my next movs, th nafTo a-a, belare me lakesupir it be eatered tbe psasge, for mi sound of uteps b haralded hi coming, and th only words lie r : "Pull off yer boot snd follow ma!" Hi sun were m k hand, and nlsrying. I sTAsM After him in snd sboul two or three Aad A hall, romiii nl isat tn flight of that led us down uod out by s back way. It wss something like waking from night mar lo breathe th outer sir again and not fl th cramping ol close quarter. Motion tag ra tUl u. follow, a beat himself iik n iadtan sexking footprint, and thus we Si bath tbe rear bar window, boos At A distance from th house snd to la stream I had soured I'ndrr some Im agbj assppgj Bt eaaagb la pal M beet, and then oswsrd we went, bow bearing toward th east aad through wsmp. which would, hsve been fata) to me had 1 ttumpted lo traverse il alone Sere te eanlion my going, aot aotd my guide spake, nor did I ask question, only gaapping ilo behind turn ss be made hit way tkreagh a blind palb b evidently well baew. Preaaavty w eat ta aetBethiaf ' Vk t tM af Brw groggd lthUy ctargrewa with coarse seed tnd low shrubbery. Here my guide halted, sad, tarsiag about with chuckle, mid: "Considering tkef know aotkiag of ytt ga ing, ye 1st safe rnougk br." "What tbe devil" 1 begaa, but k ia trrrupted me. " Ti plain enougk, my Iriend I kaow ye bow, an' thought I did it first Did ve insrfc me draw the light from - at ta labia and shut th windows?" "How did you know nvtf "Ar y not tha man who hssrded Clm loa? Who woald not know y slier the ity't rumnu uitk erehin'i an' dearrip Uooa? Ar .hrre two o' yer kdow on the aland Is not yr aaaar Tboradyk ? To lueky ye 111 iul ' Nstk Htrykr malecd ' others." "By the 'Mighty' Are toe Nice Striker?' I asked, light bursting on m Nirk Rtrykar ay aaa," k arerd. "I llaoaght yo as si Nat Hurna m-" ' Who aver us Nt Bum?" be broke in "No on. B' als-an away. Come, now, I've hill t tell. What brought y ta th Uovr!" "To And one railing hunatlf Rax-" 1 ba gsn. bat he atopped m by aaelmtion "Hex! an' y kd far a sssn ' th nsme o' King? I know naa such, hut Rei -why, he it was that tool oat the ton BI wrd yet neck. Aa' yskaew turn not! Well, on my anal, tit MMl woadar!" "I il paassibl' N nsocv than a brother auburn would 1 have known nun la Low ner dead?" I oahed. "Ay, be' itead, an' y ba' the credit ' it Did yr not hssr ptrty pulling after y ta the north? W hare no lime to palaver Stay here until I guide tbe Quaker kither: he'a Btahia' blind fools o' n oaVer an' Ik res men over tke hoiy o' th tory, but bis nsk isgrrst. 1 Uli ) that Hex ia sore beset Inn, self, an' I would hang higher tksa daman sere my poailio known Ye ek need the oilier, for 'tis Istyoad as aow ti mart than help ye out of th mum re kav jtset got ten in." "What ia the nun' real ?" I asksd sa be turned I, Imve me. "Am," wss the short answer aa he made off, snd in lb small light nf the moon thai wss now clos to its setting I marked hia tiguri grow Im and less until the shod own swal!owd It Now I ssw where I bad made a mislsk in not rlosdy following directions sml asking fur "Bex" in tke first place And rqually stapid bsd I been in determining that Nick Stryker wss openly known hy his nam When I inquired for "King." it had never en trred my bead that Ri rmdd he aught but lb brother of Gertrude, and it no rsrue to in. thai msyhsp Clinton ws inside th truth shrn he ssul that youth had peruke I in the tlsnie. How, then, eould the poor girl hair fared suiie she left aw Yet her l-mther had escaped aeeordiag to Mra. llsilily, snd 'twaa poaibl tk girl bad known where to hun him. Either Clinton had lied or bis miitree had been deceived, and 'tw fair muddle to clear Stryker had known me through reputation and dc scriplinn, and II my set bsd become cele brated an might ban her, snd I determined le n-k him if he knew ught of the girl for sh an I had no more than psmg inter est However, thr matter wa not to he cleared hy thinking, en.-l aa just now 1 hd need of my brains in my nwn larbalf, I nut it aside snd i a in r home, as rhsnty should Wher wss I to paaa the coming night? Where waa I to prorura bred for tbe mor row 1 would not fast Again, Ihnugh it isnie lo entering a bouse sad demanding food at a p . " point. What ws th end nf it all to he? Kvcn bow I wa held pri aef by s -juaking bog, nd bad put myaelf :.e power ol nuta who, m my mind, was nn more a negro than waa Rex or Ames an aged Quaker. 'Twaa foolishly wesk in me. tall ss one balf v cnt far into another sad nothing rhsneed, I took a hlue turn, thinking of baM snd nn mother and my sister, nd iheir worry nd wonderment t my long h sence. finally getting myself into mood thai wss insde up of nieeral doubts, snd. wrrr it not that 1 bsd sen of shame left, I fstrly think 1 might hsve wkimpeied like a aick child Indeed, thrre waa nothing in my mrround inga to prick my pluck. Whrn Ihr moon et, a dsrkiiea aim-art like that of lb night b fore cam down on me The dew wa Iik rain on all slmnt, and not u much aa atauc, wet or dry, was thr to rest upon. The unusual fast, the lark of lp, the un ceasing danger snd present inactivity mad me look at matters wiik s jaundiced ey. gbt voice of Ih wamp were well nigh deafening, snd I was lib to lo my head betwixt tk voedffrow bellowing, of the leg. nd tbe strain under wkieb my nenr had o long lieen strung, when, at tinaigli Ibey had roue from IkIow, the fig ura cf Am and Strvk.i wre lwfore m. CHA1TER XIII a Hot;is or RKrruB lakr amok in g my vapors vnibed with tbe sound nf human vote It waa Slry krr who apokt "Comr, now, pat )rr hands on my iboul ders an' let m ban y out o thi. Thee be nn time to lo." ' Whrs do w.go!" I kd "Tke will h gaoled hy roe, friend. ' id the Quaker "let n get beyond tbu qug mire.and 1 will pilot thee 1 will bow avxk the rer." So aaying, he took me by th Sap of my coat, snd I, placing my hand on Stryker a almiiMera behind, w three moetd off into the bog in an opposite direction from that The negro muat have had th y of bat snd ta nose of bound to make bis way over ucb ground in aurh drkneaa Then- a ere many turnings in the path, tnd more Iban once did, I aes the reflection of the stara in the black water that wss almost under foot. Mora than oar wa there t loud a pi aaa a w disturbed some ancient croaker of thr swamp, and now tnd again ( Ull clump of bush or a mam ol rank August growth cam oat of th gloom ahead like human bguna. I think we must have walked in this cms India;: file for hum t lm.g over half t mile before the round be gin to rise aad to Bed felt Arm beneath as; but when it did, Stryker Mopped snd turned bout. "Now I leave ye," be mid "Y know yer wy onward. Ames, aa' ye can b ml till unrs at least. I ekirge y both to keep way from the Dove I can do no mora (or ye, though much I regret it. I must net la sun pre ted, sad, war spy caught in my house I would be undone and my day of usefulness to the mute be over. Tell No. i that ill ia right thss fir. I will heir of y fast enough if y be taken. God hie ye both for true ! Aa' Bow good night. I mutt hurry back " Without ward being tpokm in return, he started an dogtrot in tbe direction of the mar (real trktcb w bad just escaped A kc disappeared, I turned oa lb Quaker with the determination of milling lew mall mailer, sad Abruptly asked "I tbst man what b rems a negro r' "Ye, and tbe bit seen a devoted pa triot a the taleaba baew," be answered "At for hi. race, 'Us anomalous His parent' blood waa ftlmcsrt whit, but be bred bock ward, as mra o en stun as do, aad is blacker than the vergr negro And b ha tahtat (or go bet weee H ran mimic so that ta evil one might take'kim far doable. Did be not fool tbe? Ab! Nark," ht contra ued, spovtrn-phisiag th ahseot man, "aa' were it aot far thy color thy name weald b great in the field, though not so gnat aa le tbr big assart!" "Would 1 had known it!" I answered "1 woald beta a I owed (or tbe black thoughts I had of hua. Aad sow, Mead Aaa," 1 con linutd, "I hare leaned ye ether t'ntn yaa art. iiad I kaow whet 1 aaw kaow, 'twoaid kav ami ttVmlef trouble But, first. I owe you ray Irft fee what yea did for aaattag aawaj, tstUssal Jasttti tstg tagr asUJ aaVaf w" taUar aasaSal "UVre q it ita, friei. J, we're 'jults tM Dm but know it," he interrupted. "Let ua not aland here; we have Turtle ba ahead au. no tied nearer Tbe way ia long :nd ruiigh, eeing wc art deiarrrd the highway Tbe ba well armrd, givr mr a ptato!, for aa a Quaker I have not mi much aa a l tdkm.M "Iteing no ()uaLer. thrn epare mr your Un. and thou," aatd I, thiuiuga ptatol into bia banda "Hut 1 am a uakrr, in truth, frarad," be ana wared "A Quaker, and right'" "! am a follower of one Qiaa llicka, wbo take a wider path than the orthodox. But the blood ia not thick in me, though 1 am of tbr Quaker tot. fall into the aiyle wheei to ner-' f conrealimvt And can) it out airlr well - eh, friend V "Faith," aaid I, "I take it i mi'r en a brooder path than llicka e'ei trod. That blow would have read ou out of meeting were you a true hrottd brim And how did you cojteh thr part) al tbe tavrrn V 1 aaked, aa we etr pped out "By acwdtag moat of them to the north after thee," lie anawtred. "To the reat I outlted tbe father of Ilea, and rndrd hy gat ting Ihrin mm a fait atate ft drunhrnneaa, and after, aa an old man, I pleaded fatigue and went to bed. I am in ; now, friend, IO f" Though hr aaU r.a. jj tw.lie Quaker atyJc of afteaking, hr had laid aaidr thr vonr and artiona of tbe old man hr had repreaented, making a alrangr combinatton with hia long, nhite hair, hroail hfimmnl hat, youthful to-nee, and aprightly behavior Through all bia w'orua tbrre waa an undcrcurTrnt ut dry' tSumor, which aermed lo take no account of the drep danger we Wrre in, or thr, to e, abai4utr blaukitraa of the futurr Nor wwa thi dur to brarado tir wooderfui courage Ubough hr lathed none of the lal i gggtfia taaf $MmB(d aeBamaummmvam "We three moved off in tfia bog.' gf)( but, x In aftrrwatd t.'ld mr, to tba la t that aritb thr fuiiurr to grt h!p frofii Mrvker a liel lie had ac ruuntrd a rtain he had gnrii over hopiiigt, .nnl IgauN a dra fieratety calm new of thr nr&t da ur two, aurely MtttflM that s (ton all would In over. Vrt withal he in no wiaeah-r. hia vigilancr . -1 -uifli lie ctioitrrrd the Inn I of death waa iirar him, and whrn, filial)), thrre - i . up a bare liii-ce for our ea eaie fnmi Ihr laland. hr -vnd it waa aa lh-ugh hr hal tome Iwk trom thr gravr Ay, and ait did I. It WM aa iIm utli a auf locating Lend placnl over my uioutn had been audtrnl uithdrawn On the aUrt he told mr little of himaelf (though t l.rtil thought to find bit itimiim rativei, and I had g tlrng, from bjaj that ha had lr.t a brother at Turtle luiv. whom ha waa now joutneunn to rejutn Thr oiith waa but a trar or twu younger th II himaelf, and fairU l.elplraa, hiving MM htriekin by the Almighty with duinburwa tiom birth, though M with ita Uaual a oinai) ing curar drafnraa Trom helping thr great rauae in aome way Uth brothrr wrrr nndrr a turn, and m rompanion'a life waa forfeit if hr waa taken. Now aa black aa aermrd my rhincra, I left tha weight of the old adage gtl life .nd hoa being akin, and 1 waa by no meana over j' cil iu knowing that gaj minht i handr caiiped by a hclplraa vouth ahouitl aome chance open a way out from theaurround ing danger. And thia 1 frankly told my companion, though to nie hr made no reply. For the moat part he walked a pace or wo baud of me, and thua we wrnt along, go inf aaaily enough w hile croaaing open nelda, bat taring aorelv w hrn we at ruck woodland or plowed grounJ IVrdoualy near, too, we went to dwelling, m il atoppiu.; at I Well hard hy one to drink, though first making aure there were no doga about 1 ncrrr Wfruld have dared thia had I U-rii alone, but my rnn.amon laughetl at the riak. and 1 followed hia lead, thn.th it thru atrurk ma aa tt range that I ah'.uld Irt thia atrtpiing takr Ihr up($er hand in ggfl rxi-rdition 1 he truth ia, I waa faggcl and not myaelf, and though if drum to a eornri would havr fought like a ahrrw, I had no brad for fine point on that night, and waa growing timid Anon we took to the high road for a apace to flank a awatnp. and oner a dog went wild at thr amell of ua, but wr were unmnleated Not a house abowed a lttht (hough that waa mall wonder, it brum at midnight 1, and now we felt thr breath of the damp that roae in th cooling air, and could even mark tbe pondlikc appearanee of thr mtataatt lay tn aome black hcllow of thr land. Through brook a, amall awamp and poola wa went. I with heavy boot a going dry ehod, though Ames, with but pump and tockingit. waa wet to tbe knees, and I could hrar tbe acrunrhing of water in bia ahoea aa be walked. Hut thrrr waa little to - h bout him after I had pulled him out of a diteb into which he atumbled, though he made a yoke of it evrn while bia teeth werv rhattrnng from tht chill of hia aouaing It waa fearful going in the dark Tlie kre lay fire milea from Turtle bay kfj road, but, with our circling and retracing, we muat have gone three or four more For the moat part we apnkr little, and, though much re mained to talk about, I waa in no apirits lo aak queetiooa or anewrr them either, for that matter With me there waa now no thntaght of what lay behind or before, alt tbat remained of my wite Wing a stupid, atabborn fMermination.to get on and reaab Our destination, he It Wmtk it might. I take it 'twaa paat one o'clock, nd I bad been (c! lowing my laadrr in an aimliaafaah ton for half an hour without a word Ike twee n ua u hen he halted .nd laid hia hand upon me, pointing toward hoiiat with tbe bulk of a bare looming through the gloom behind it I aeeroeti1 to wake thrn, and no tice the glimmer of ajitrr stretching beyond, and knew we were oa the bank of the Sound hear. "Ia this the place, then?" I aaket. aa 1 tried to make head or tail of thr bleak build big tbat etood agaiuat tba faint tky like a black block Ha grunted an aaaent and climbed a fence, I following tamely behind, but inatcwd of proce-edtng to the house, we cnt around it, and finally entered what might hare tiewn a diaajased cow abed built agaioiit tba rear ot t barn. Qoiog to tba m.i. he laid bia cue againat tba rough imarda of he barn and be gan acratching gently. Nothing coming ot this, be fumbled about, and preaentty, to my graat aatonaliment, a broad board came away in his band, leavtug in the bam' aide long. Mack hot Ihat lked ta lead mta tba bowels of dark new to an oowTtwrun j Tk Thouvhlfal Puo. "Did jfs fall?" aakr.. the offlcioaa en of tbe man who bad slipped om tba im rU!" roatrd tbe man, wltherinflyt Htr0t I merely act down to think eu!tnl oeer U. fgptBftrOC quettUsTD " f WlaV flglpJiU NCf tb t Wkm