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I live fur those who h.ve me, WbuGC heart are kind anil true. For the heaven that autilrs n'-'ve me, Ami await my j.ir it. to; l or all human ties that biti'l me, For the Uk my liial aoinnr.l , For the lri(hl boei. left l linnl me. Ami Ihr giaal that I can MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC eo-0 ill sua ft tV ;l Y HooTIIItY. Author of "Hr hlkola " "Tli" tv :i HI 1 tui VJiutr i .l rn.no., Hi" .lO I'Uan.' etc Jooooooooooooooooo 06 000000 (l.-rlKlili-ii. ' w "' 1 1 "It) tile Ma... I i.r.Mli-lil Hi - mill nir." hi- said, "in Hi' v ' should ! ahlc t. in.l i.-i I"" cede to our ni.li". lu-i.l'- v1" II lid i lii not-. I' ' -1' - 1.1 lc 11 K HK.Al'Kli A IIKAY Mitl AMI IIIKN ItuMk: Tt lit.lAKT enfll'-imt tn cover any preliminary rIMn.i-i.. If you need more, pcrhapi you will t kllnl enough to C'lllllllHtl eatr with me at miiv, ami ll ahull I ernt yon. A receipt run 1 fur.. :iril- ed to nir at your Icihuic. I tliankril turn ami placed tin' velnlie ulxili the tulilc. In im "n amid I fi ll that it uonlil lie an 1 matter to inesa whence the h'i.ii huil coinr. utul fur a renson 1 1 1 0 1 I cnilil not thru anutyi', uii'l tln-ri'fi'rc uni uiiahlc to (liii'rilir. tin- lhniK'hl ir ritated we. Having assured them tl..il the amount khiIiI lie oiute stiflicciit. in Ihr ctcnt of nothiitfr imfi-rct-ecu ha peniiif-, to last for aomr consiilcruli! time tu come, X coniliirtrrl them t the door, amin rcieatlii); tin- proti le that I would coiiiiniitiic.itc illi them au anon aa I hail anytliiiiir to report. If I had only kiinun tlx that, at the vrry momrnt Minn tiny atriictl into the street, the man tbey wautf'l me to fiml for th auil whom lliey haleil an ili-vpi'mi- an ftar.ilniif in a alioi on the other aide of the roail. keeping nn rye on my door, and eiilrutlv nti'huif fr trteir rlepnrtiire, how nun h tnoilil anrl relation of apirit r yhonlil ail have lieen .irrd. Hut I ilnl not kii Una until Iouk aflerwanli. ami then of coiirae :hti uifornintii.ii erime (uu lale to tie i f any arrvii-e to im. Veit nioinitifr I m riirJ at the ofh"e, lieln ' itrmroim of wiimIiiiit ii nnoiher lil.le matier lieforr I iiirneil my attention to tin- new affair, tlnr of my atihortlinati a ia, jnt reiorneil 'from the routim-nt wliither I hnil aent him to keep tin eye 011 a certain pat-ndo-r'reni'li mariiiot with whom I eipecteil to bar il. nlnuri at no din tanl date, lie rrporieil tlmt the (,'en tleman in tiieatlon ti.nl hroken the lank at Monte t arlo. had alnkeil and loat all hi winnin'i next il.ii. ml had fthol himnelf on Mir promenade 11a the erening follon inif. With hia death the affair, 011 whieh I had eon Bdeotly epetrd to tie employed, cam to an end. I ronhl not ny that -I waa altojrrthrr aorry. "I aball maul you to hare on Fri day, Turner, for St. IVlrrahur," I aft, when he had tiiiinhed hia report and 1 bad commented upon it. "lio jrou renirmher I'auluo Si'ivauonteh, who eoneeruril in that attempt to e'rnud the I'uriaian Ji-welera, Maarrl at Co., two year ag"'.'" MVea. air, I remrnilier him ierfect ly,M Turner replied. "A tall, burly man, with bunhy Ix-anl, the top of hia little flnprr on the left band aiiaalnir, and a tune white rar over hia rlRht eyebrow." t aama," I answered. "I are fan hate not lorjn.tleu him. Well, I want you to find hint out, and let me hat an eiart aorount of bla move ments durlne- the next three weeka. Tht oftlra will arrange your exienea In the usual way. and yon had better leave by the mail train. In all prob billty I shall see you off.'' "Very irood, air." the man res)Knd ad, and withdrew. Ha had avarrely pene before one of my cterka entered the room and banded me a card. On it was printed the name of Mr. Kdward flay ley, and la the left-hand littom eoroer waa the aanonncemrnt that he waa the nanaginf direetor of the Rnnta Crna Uinlna: comany of Forrnda In the Arireatlne Itcpublle. "Show the gentleman In, Walt era," t said. la a few minute a tall, handaome xnaa. Irreproachably turned out, en tered the efhr. He seated himself In a chair the clerk placed for him. put hta hat and umbrella on another, and tbea turned to me. .."My card has made yon famlTlar wit my aame, Mr. Fatrfai," be be gam, "and doubtla, If yon are at all E. B Ledbetter, : IHSURA.ICE 4 e 1 1 a ja.ooixmirT. Bast Companies Represented. .Offal m McCormidi Building. pi !r familiar with mine! and mining, yon are anuamled with the name of the oompauy I hae the honor to repre sent .'" "I am eery much afraid the win in IT market iloea not posr ery linn h interest for me," 1 replied. "I bae to work o hard for my money, that when 1 hare got It I prefer to iuest It in eoruething a litl'r '""r rrlialilr. May I Inquire thr nature of your buaiueaa with rue?" "I hare eome to aee you, Mr. Fair fn." hr said, apeakinr very impiea- 1 I m. w an. I rnrardinar me drliberntely aa he did so, "on rather a delicate miljei-t. llef.ire I eaplain what it is, mat I a-k Dial you will treat what I am alkoil to tell you aa purely con tl.l.'litial:" l huainraa is Invariably a confi dential our," I answered for the ae nnd time In two days. "I venture 10 think that this room baa heard more mm ret than almost any oilier iu Knifl.iiid. Hut tlmuj-h they say walla hae ears. 1 liue never heard it said thai they have tonguea." ' It i oometimea a gMd thing that tln have not." he replied. "And k. v l t me tell you what buaineaa ha-, brouirht me here. In the first place, if you do not already know it, I may nay that the company f rrpre- rnt 1 in rseecdingly wealthy one, and, iia our buaineaa lies a long way from Threadaredle street, if I may -o put it, it ia neeeaaary for ua to ini-t very largely to the honety of mr employee on the other aide of the world. Of eouree we make all aorta of inquiries about them prior to riiirairing their aervirea, and It la ulao ueeiliras to say that we keep a -harp eye on them when they have entered our employ. Nevertheleaa.lt i ipntr poxaible, all precautions not ithtiiiidiiir, for an unserupuloua mnn to iaae auvanitaia A" ft matter of fart, this ia what has hap fieneit, and what has also hrourht mr to you. For aomn considerable time past we have had our auapirion that our manager at the mines has been In leac'r with a notorious raa rai in .New York. In proof of thia, I ri 1 1 . - lit aay that our raturna have aliown a drcidrd falling off. while our manager has. so we have lately dl'ioieri d, within the past year be come rich rtiourh to purchase prop erty to a considerable extent In the 1 inied States. I nfortnnatrly for us, oimiiiT to a lark of direct evidence, we are unable to bring hia defalca tions home to him, though of course we .ire as certain of 0111' facta aa we can well lie of anything." "1 think I understand," i said. "Your businrsa with Die la to endear, or to iudure me to go out to the Argentine and make inquiries on your behalf with thr idea of bring ing tin man to book, la that not BO?" "That is my errand." he replied, gravely. ''If you care to undertake the task, wr, on our aide - and I aieak aa the mouthpiece of the com pany -will be prepared to pay you very high terms for your aervirea; In point of fact, a I rims t what you may ak in rraaon. The mutter, as you ma Mipposr, Is a moat serious one for ua, and every dsy's drlay is add ing to it. May 1 aak what your terms wi.tild lar, and whru would you lie prepared to aiart?" "Your offer in a most liberal one," I i.aul. "I'nfortunately, however. I fear there ia a considerable difficulty in thr way of my accepting it." "A diftliulty!" he excUlmed, rais ing his ryehrows aa If In astonish men!. "Hut aurely that ottMaclr can lie rrmoted. Fsecially for an offer of auch magnitude as we era pie- pared to make you. "F.ciiae me." I aald. somewhat tartlv, "lint, however great ihr In ducement may he, I never break faith with tur clients. The fuel of the matter .a, only yesterday I prom iaed to undertake another piece of buaineaa which, while not being ao remunerative, perhaps, as that you are now putting before Hie, means a icry great deal to those who are, for the time being, my employers." 'WoifM II Im trnperlirielil on me part to aak at what time yeatcrday afternoon you arrived at thia mo ment mis decision?" "Shortly after four o'clock." t an tiwrred, hut not without a little won derment as to his rraaon for putting the question. For my own part I did not aer what it bad to do with the mutter iu hand. "IVar mr, how very vexing, to be sure!" he observed. "This la certain ly another Instance of the contrari ness of fate." "How ao?" I asked. "Itrrnuse It waa my Intention to hare culled upon you ahortly after lunch yesterday on thia matter," he anawrrrd. "t'lifortunstely I was pre. vented at the laat moment. Had I been able to get here, 1 might have forralalUd your more auertrsf-il client. Are you quite sure, Mr. Fair Iu, that It la out of the question for you to undertake what we want?" "If It la necessary for me to go" at onre, I fear it is," I answered. "Hut If It would be of any use to you. I could send you a muet trustworthy auuordiiiate; one who would be quite capable of undertaking the work, and who would give you every aatia faction." "I fear that would not be thr aame thine;." he said. "My firm have aurb implicit faith in you that tbey would not entertain the idea of anyone else going. Now think, Mr. Fairfax, for a moment. If you are prepared to go, I, la my turn on behalf of my company, am prepared to offer 0u your expenaea and a earn of f S.0O0. You need not be away more than three tnoatba at longest, ao that you see our offer Is at the rate of CM, 000 a year. It ia prineely remuaera tioa." TRUSTEE'! SALE. WIIRltKAa. Jernr Rrbtm and taier Mrfata- es. Ills vvtla. hv thslr certain deed of trust. dated the 1Mb iluf ot Aueust. IKN. and tw ronted In the Snconler's oitlee 01 M. fran cots llnuntr. atlsanurt, ta book as, at ewe vs. ennveve'a 10 ine unaersieneo inselee the tulkiwineaesertusa rottl astste, situate, Irinc and la-ine m the nounir 01 at. Vrueuks ami elate of Missouri, town: au or (I as feet off of to weal ssrte or the north weet half ot tot Mo. I In Hovne'a add! ttaisi to KarsumetiMi.aiiMt ea-tsa-nline lie Mt Iron aort h to soulh, taHna the nai wti of annh halt of saM kit No. , ea destaiwud apon the nmorVad lat ut aatdadimum; W hirh imRt oonvw-rane waa made In trust to aarura the Mvaaasd of a nmaia nroniui snrv ixee In swnl ilMd ot trust desert tied , mi wnerwav "7 tsw tawwia 04 aaMi iMM- ot trwst eaut note It naet 0mp aint rssaaltw ufi pahli now, nerer.n In roeiH- - wsib the IHovlakioa of asai 0e4 of truat and al the naiuesl of lb feral hobWr of as Id -aotw. 1. the WHtenie-sieA truaiaai wOi Os Saturday, Ktrtrembw 1, ItOf , hetweea the hours of atae oyinrk la the torenooa ami nve o'cKa-a lu lite aftemew of flail day. at the front Onmr of thenatrt fensm la thel'lt-r of raruilnetiHi, M aald inunts I at. rnsMcoMi MMatsirl. aeil at aailiUr awrmra to tti ri! sheet bKhler, tnr cash, the ahove dearriiMKl real estate to satin fr an Ml aola Ml the eueuof exernHegsaM trust. . UKUatua . w 1IAON. TnssUe (Wtner , Btt. ... CIRCULATION OF THC TIMES AND HERALD ,400 plain that be waa la eerr.rnt ta deadly earnest, ao It aeemed. Even J a defaulting manager would suarccly j seem to warrant ao mu -h xenl. 1 "I am very much faltered by your offer," I aald; "und helirre me, 1 jmoat truly appreciate the g.nero.Hy i of your co:uany; but, as 1 aa d tie fore, if It la nereaaary for me 1.1 U" at onre. that la to any. before I have completed my preaent cair. !um I bare no opium but to moat reluc- j lantly decline." "1'erhapa you will think It on r." , he continued, "and let lor know, uny j to-n'orrow ?" "No amount of thinking It over 1 will induce me to alter my deem mi. I replied. "You jihikI see tor your self that I have no right to a.i-ept a retainer from one party and then throw them over in order to favor another. Hint would not only be a ilialioiioriiblr action on my part, but would lie bad from a hulnrss point of view. No, Mr. :.i.vey, 1 u:a ex ceedingly sorry, but I hoe 00 i-plbia but to act aa I am doing." "In that inae I iimai lli yon a very good morning," he rental krd, and took up hia hot and iimlin iia. 1 could aer, however, that he wim "till rel in 1 11 11 1 to go. "tii.od iiiornin," I answered. "I hoe your nfTaira. in the Argintine may brighten In-fore very long " He shook bis bead gloomily, and then left the oftice without another word. When he bod gone I anawered some letters, p-avr some Instruction lo my managing clerk, and thru il.mni-il n y hat and act off for the nitre of the shipping company that hnd liroui'ht (jideoii Ilnyle tti F.ngluml. t'nfortitnatdy It tranaplred tint they were not in a position to do very much in the way of ht i pin.' me. Mr. Ilertra-nt had certainly ii.iwlcd home ill one of ihr.r ateamrra, 1.0 the manager informed me, a ooal i oil as a rule did not carry pasen;. ra. lie had landed at the docka. ami limn that moment they had neither -een nor hrard anything cf him I In quired fur the steamer, only to barn that she was now somewhere mi her way between Hingapore aud Hong Kong. This was drcidedly ill, ap pointing, but as niot of the en ea in which I hae beu ultimately suet-eaa. fill havr had unpromising beginnings, I did not tukr it too seriou-.it to hrsrt. la-aiiug the shipping ut u-e, I next turueil my a'tciitiou to ll.i'tim tiarden. where I called upon .Mc'ara. Jacob and Itillt'lithall, one ot the largest firuia 111 the gem truiie. We had had luiiny draliugs toge'lor in the past, and as I had bud the good fortune on one occ.ii,u Ui ilo n-ciu a signal nervier, I knew that ihey would now do ull that they co ti'l for me in return. "(iond ilsv, Mr. I'liirfat," ,; d !he chief partner, a I elittred li . "-''Uif Itttir a in-! urn, which leads on. i-f t l.r main oilii e. "Vha: cu I li.t c the pleaHttre of iliiiit; for you?" "I aiu in aearrii of a.,i'ie iiitoru.a tiou," 1 replied, "atid I thin you may lie aiiir to help me." "1 will do all tl.u: is iu n.y power to render you u-MHtaii. r." h" re lumed, aa lie wipe, I hia g:a--.c aud placed them ou n 1 tonic,, hat Hemhy nose. "What ia the informu! iou you require? Ilua there been another lig robbery of atone, and you think it posailile that some of them may have con e into our hatuli'.'" "'ilicm cvriainly liaa tieen a rob bery," I replied, "and the stones may hare tteen offered to you. but not in the way you mean, li e fact of the matter ia. 1 want to diitrovrr whether or not a large i-on4q;umrut of uncut rubies ami supptnr'-s of fcr,-at value bave been placed upon the market within the last two months." "I 111 u t rubies and aapphires are being cunlliiually piucrd upon the market," he ob.rr-.iiI. leaning buck in his chair and rattling li" keys. "Cut not such stones as those I am looking for." 1 Hani, and furniahrd him with thr rou"li weight that had beru supplied to mr. "This is liitrrchiiug tliculedly in terestlng." he remarked. "Eaperial ly since it series to offrr an rxpluua tiou ou a certain mailer which we have beru illteieateii in for some lit tle time pant, flu the JUtti of last month, a geutlemnn cnllrd upon ua here, who stated that hr hud lately returned from thr lar east, lie had had, au he declared, the good fortune to diM'over a valuaule mine, the lo cality of which hr was most careful aot to diix-loae. He thereupon ahowed my partner and myself ten stones, ronaiating of live rubies aud Ave sapphirea, rach of who-h weighed between ii and- 60 rarats." "And you purchased tliem" "He did, and for a rry heavy sum. I ran assure you th vmdor waa vrry well aware of their value, as we soon discovered, and he was alao a good band at a bargain. Would you rare to are the stones' I shall lie pleased to show them to you if you would." "I should like In see thrill jm- meueely ," I replied. Thereupon he crossed the room to a safe In the vomer, and. when he bad uniix 'aed It, tor. . from ll a waah. leather bag. Free itly ten anperb genu were lying before me on the lahlr. "There they are." be aald, waving his banda towards them, "and, aa you can see for yourself, they are worthy of being art in the crown of an em peror. It la not often that wr are enthusiastic In auch matters, but In tbla ease we bare eery good reason to be. When they are properly cut, titer will be well-nigh price less." "I you happen ta know whether he sold any more of a similar kind la Loudon? I aaked, aa ha returned tbea to their place In the safe. "I know that be sold la smaller one ta Henderson A Boil, and th-ce LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS VU Tkc irea MaaaUia Route, Account Fad Festivities. Hilt begin Oclobrr 6th. The Ureal 8t. Lmtie Fair, with 30,000 la prpmionis and more at tractive exhibits tbaa ever, hill open October 6th and -alone October 1 If it. The night parade ol the Veiled Propbt will lake place October 7th. The boutb 8U Looia H road way Mer- e funis' Aasociation will bold Street Fair and Carnival from Ncptctube 9th ta October Hib. There will fa running rsone on the mile track at lbs I'air Grounds daring I be mosth of Ootober. The Si. Louis Home Show la the Eipotitloa ColUauta will Uke place fiuM KorffBibcr Bd to Otis - Aa excellent opportunity lo aee the Ua of World' l lr of l04. Loeat agent will fttmisb iletalM inlormatloo. ' - '-' ll. C. Tortxo, Gm,l. Paos'r. and Tkket Ajjt-, Br. Lotta, Ua. 1 looked at him oloaely. It waa J alaaoet as large aa those I bare Just abewa yeu ta a Irta la Amsterdam. "If be Is the ntaa 1 want t yet bold of, that ecoouata for II," 1 said making a tvets of the fact as I spoke. "Originally he had M la bla poaaee aioa." "Ninety-threeT" tb merchant ra plied, aa If be eould acarcely believe bla ears. "Why, bla Blue must be a aouroe of unlimited wrattb. I wish 1 had bnown thta before." . "So do I," I said. "And now per haps yoa can go further and furnish tne wttft a description of the man himself. I sbsll then be able to tell you whether my gentleman ami your customer are one and the same per son." "I can describe blm to yoa per fectly well. lie was tall, but some what sparely built, eery sunburnt which wonld be accounted for by hia long reaidenee in the eaat bla hair was streaked with gray, be had dark eyea, and a singularly sharp nose." "Did be wear a beard T "No, only a mustache. The latter was carefully trimmed, and, think, waaed. Of thia, however, I am not quite certain." "And bla aame?" "He would not tell tie that. We pressed him to disclose It, but he ob atinately refuaed to do ao. lie said that If his name became known It might lead to the discovery of bla TEN BUPEKH flKMfl VVKMIC LT1KU UEKUKK HE. mine, and that he waa naturally anxious that such ao cveut should not occur." "But what guarantee bad you that thr stones were not stolen T "Nous whatever but It is most unlikely, la the first place, they are nncut: in the second, we have bad them in our possession for aome time, and you may be aure have made the closest inquiries. Itesldea, there are auch few atones In F.urope, and what there are are aafely in the poe aession of their owners. Kurely you are not going to tell me that they were stolen?" In the mans voire tbere was a perceptible note of alarm. "I don't think you need be afraid I aald. "They were atolen by the Iran from hia two partners, and all tbey want la to get hold of him In order to make blm disgorge their share of what he got for them." "I am glad Indeed to hear that waa the reply. "I waa beginning to grow unrasy. And bow la there any other way in which I ran aerve you? If ao, I shall be only too pleased to do It." I informed blm that If I had any thing elae to aak him I would rail upon hint api'n, and then took my departure. While I waa In a great mraaiire satisfied with the informa tion I had gained, I waa not alto gether easy lo my mind. The quea- tlon to be answered waa. waa the man I was after the aame Individual who bad sold Jacob and Itulentball the atones? The description given me varied in several particulars to that furnished ma by Kitwater. My client declared him to possess black hair; the merchant had said gray; the one had declared that Hayle poaaessed a heard, the other that he had only a waxed mustache. The flgnre, ho1 ever, waa In both cases Identically the enuie. Having satisfied myself that he had n more to tell me, I thanked him for hie courtesy and left the oilier A fi'ish idea had occurred to me which I thought might lead to aome thing, aud I resolved to put It into practice without any further waste af time. CHAPTEB IV. It will be a truism to declare that human nature ia about aa complicat ed a piece of machinery sa eould be found in the human world. And yet I do not know why It ahould be con sidered so. All things and all men do aot run In grooves. A man to be a criminal need aot be hopelraaly bad in every other sense. I have met murderers wbo did not possess suffi cient nerve ta kit! a rabbit, burglars who would rob a poor man of all bis possessions ta tha world, aad yet would not despoil a little child of a half-penny. The fact of the matter is we all have our better polnta, our own innate knowledge of good and evIL Hayle bad betrayed Kitwater and Codd la tb crudest faahioa possible, and by ao doing had Con demned them to tba most Sendlsh torture th alnd of aaaa eeald con ceive. Tet It was through bis ons good point, bis weahsaaa, it I might sa describe It, that I waa enabled to eome to my flrst grip with him. It waa between tba hoar af two aad three that I entered the gates of Brompton eemetery aad commenced any eiaaifaatlo-a of tba various graves therein rmUlneeV. Up on path I If OTZCE Or SAXE BY T&TJSTEE Whet-was Kll Welder and l-ocr W. Weiker, tiy itrrvr certain deed of trust, date. iiclfv iw 7th, ia, and ms-rded In the mini reenirils of ht. francots county and ate of Missouri, In deed huoksl.at lMie au. roe vevni to le Welter, trustee, (tie lolhivrlne ocr-rv-m rati eea(. annate tn the manly ol m. rraneoto sad Stat of Mlasuan, to wn . Tim northeast quarter of the northwest nmrter of eettnM fourt-taen. eontalitltia' fori-acres; and lea ecn-at. a atrip of e-tul width off of the weal eMa ot th northwest wtrterof the northeast uaarternt section lasrtewa, all ta township ilum-ave. ranee six east. bleh M eonvevaaee eras evade to a-- tn the peymetil of a rertata pnimlsaory "" - .i, mm iw i m ,,i inea weeria-Mi, aim whereas said hate has km since hMiiiei end remain enpnid; now, therefore, at lias mntost of he legal bolder of aald ante and ta eonforstKy with the pmvuteet ot said deed of traet, I, tb uodenlaMad true tee. wUt.ua 8tdr4y, October 18, 1902. tWwwen th hours M nnse ovtrtek tn the fcts-eaoosi Mad avwe'i-kx-k In ttaeaflermiovi or mat lav, at (he trnnt Sw of the rrmrt hoitse. In th cite of ramtlnetoa. Mt . Iran. col county. Mo.,vttat paooe oatry to the mirm-M miHier, mr etteo, tn enov r.--si-ntied rwil rsvnfe, lo satisfy snlit am and Interest and oost of exueurtnir this trust. September St. tm. It yoa would rettch tl) people admits, in Tht Ftrtnington Times ud flcratd. CirfwUtion 1,400. MM T'fif-'' ' m ' ' '. y i M' I wandered aad inn . another (a search of tb reetlng-plaoo ef the poor crippled staler of whom Oideoa Hayla bad beea a fond. 31 was long time before I found it, but at last I waa aoeceaaf ul. To any aateet labmeat tha stona waa plaialy a new one, and th grave waa tastefully decorated with Bowers. Aa a Matter of fact it waa on af tha prettiaet ta IU neighborhood, aad to mm this told Its own tale. I weat ia search of th necessary official and put th can t him. He informed me that I was eer rect In my suppoeltioa, aad that the lone bad oaly lately beea erected, and, what was ator t th polat, be Informed me that tha fenUeasaa who had given the order for It had anly the week before paid th necessary sum for Insuring tha decoration ot the grave for many years to come. "I gather from your words thst the gentleman, who must be a rela tive of the deceased, has beea here lately." I said. "He eras her laat Sunday after noon," the man replied. "lie ia a moat kindly and generooa gentleman, and muat have beea very food of bla alater. The way he stood aad looked at that atone the last time hs was here waa touching to are. Be'd beea In foreign parte, air, and la likely to go out there again, so I gsthered front what be said. It Is a pity there are not more like hlm."f This waa aewa, indeed, and I pricked up my ears on hearing It. Having learnt alt I was likely to dlkcovrr, I thanked the nana iot hia klndneaa and left tha cemetery. If I had done nothing else, 1 had at tesat satisfied myself upoa on point, and thia waa the fact that Oideoa Hayle had been in tandon within the week. Under such elrsunutanoea It should not be vrry difficult to obtain bla ad rlr.M Hut knw fernn eanerlenee that when things seemed to be run ning most smoothly they are as much liable lo a breakdown as at tny other tlnse sometimes even more so. I accordingly hailed a cab and drove back to my office. Once there I entered up my diary accord ing lo cuatom, wrote a note to Kit water, informing him that I bad dis covered that (lideoa llayls had nut left London on the previous Sunday, and also thst I believed him tu bsve negotiated certuin of the atones in London, after which I returned to my hotel to din. To be continued. Mother Wim would keep their children in jimmI health should watch (or the first symptoms ol worms, and reunite I hem with White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the t'liildrcus' best tonic It gets di gestion at wolk mi that tlicir food lines them I'Mid, and Ihey prow up healthy and stroii);. He at ( ity lrug Store . WimkI ia wiling at $20 ier t-nrd in New York City nud an ini'tvnw of lc nil .' bread Ion vex hits Ih-cii miidii Iiv tlit luikfrs. Snow fell in New York on the Slli. and the Admindiioks art-ttiv I'ff-d. SIIKIIIf I'S SALE IX I'AKTITION Isaiah Shaner, I'taintlft, I versus V John Shaner el al. Defendants, ) rarriTto.t. In tibetllrnce loan order fifth I'ln :ilt Court of Ht. Franeui unty, Missouri. inM,l..l,n IIm, 1-hl, fltiV .Ilallil liael alan adjourned term of snld i-ourt. In Hi aliove eminent cause, l. tne timtevaigneii nnertn ol said M. I ratiruls county, w ill, tin Tumduy, XovmilMT 11. 11)02, lietwcen Hie bimrs ol nine o'rlork ll the forenoon and five o'clock In tlie afternoon or thai day. at tlie south fnint ibtor of the court liooiie. In tlie city of Farming mn. In mild County of Ht. Krancnls and Miale or Mlasourt. and during tne arsaion ..f ;;. ii. lilt Court of bud countr, srl! al public vrnilue lo the blglierat blihlcr tlie liillowlnir Uescrlueu rewl estate, sllusle lying ami being in the County of Hk trr-,i-.ens anil rvtsie or Missouri, tn-wih Th weal ball ol lb sotithwert iiinrter and tit southwest qiisnrr ot tne ncrtu west quarter, and the southwest quar ter or I lie southeast quarter; Bit in lion twenty-eight, township thlrtv-sli north, range lour east, containing one hundred and sixty acres; on lb follow Ing terms, to-wll: T wetitv per oent ol the purchase money In rash and the balance in twelve months. secured by nole brerlng sis per cent In terval per annum, lo be approved by the niienn. JEFF n. II icnt KV. Sheriir of Ht. Francois County. SIIKKIKF-S KALE FOR HACK TAXES. By virtue of an execution Issued I rote the nfllre uf the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court of Ht. Francois countr. Missouri, dated the 37th diy of September llXct, and mail retumalile lo the Tioveuilier term of said court for IWH to the Hberifl of t Fiancota ooiinttr dim-led and to me ik-llvemi. In lavor of Hi State of Mia- snurt at tlie relalion and to the ns of Frank Richardson. Collector of the Kev- enuo of Ht. Francois count, and aenlnst John It. Waison, llilllp A. Peers, L ti. I'eers. Ueorn It. l eers. John V. l eem. Mmantil. Taylor' John W. Williams. Kni H llllaina, Katherlnel. Mansfield, Ellen l-egg. Ellen K. Hntherlord and Joseph I nitiii, I have sviartl and levied npoa sll the tight, title, claim, tnlervwt and estate of Hie said John K. Walsoo Ftlitlp K t'eera. i. K. INvrs. Genre H. feers. John.V. 1'rers, Mustin O. Tsjf lor. John VV. winmma. kii William. Katlicrtn i Manaaeld. Kile Isrg. Ellen K. Kuther lord, and Jnernh Trapp, of. aad lo tit lollowlng fkecrttietl real estate, situate, lying ami being In the Countr of St. Fran co, and Mate of 1 issourt. ta-wie 1 he east hall of the southwest qaartM- snd tlie weat hall of the smitbewst quarter of section eighteen, township tblrty-four. range nve; ami l will, on Thumlay, Norember 13, 19C2, between the hoars of nine o'clock la the forenoon snd Sre o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at the smith front door of tlie court house, iu the city or rarmlngton. In th eald County of til. FrancoM ami male ot Missouri, ana aurtng tne setaion Of the CI mill Court of seld coonly, sell si nubile vendue to tUf highest bhhier htr cash sll th right, title, claim, burnwt and eMate of tlie aald John B. Watson, imilln E. t'errt. I fc. feers. lieorg 11. I eers. John V. 1'rers, Ho in U. Taylor. John Williams, r-d willtatna. Kaiherln U MansiWiO. Ellen len. Kllen K. Hutber- ibrd and Joseph Trapp ot in and lo I be fiireetiinc dcat-rthrd twal eMate to aatlsry aid ciecutloa and coats. JEFF I. IIIGPLEr. Sttertfl of ML Frttnoots CuonlT. October t, im. . . MAYBERRY, & HIGHLEY, b STARo : UVERY o CTADLE HrUh HlffS. 4004 T"1 low tr Itora Sua ritsd br daj or wee. r A AAAOk A No flore Rent UNIVERSAL MOnE COMPANY, Chamber of Ctimmcrce bttlldlnf , : st. louis, no - l)o yout Kent make a big bole In your aalsrrf Then atop 'y Inp Kent. a will furui.li you the itioucy on nam to build or buy your bom or frtrm lands any where you wi-h, or to pay off your nuHtagn, ii., you rrturn It to us In small monthly psyiiiPiils LESS! (IAN UKXT. Without internal. i,i f l.oot loan you pay i 60 Kr month fur iiOO iiioutlis when tli- debt la en ar, ami y mi own your property. Smaller or larcrsmus in the Mine proHirtion. 0. H. mm. Gj.VI tA A K)01) A(!EXT WAN'THI) AT I'AUMINiiTOX. MO. fTlKLEIN? GROCER COMPANY LEADS ALL OTHERS. select and Canned 1 ruits and Vegetables. Provisions of all k'nils. Fruits, dried and ureen. Candies, Hon Hons, iVuts. China and (Jlass Wares'. Wooden Wares, etc. If You Need Anything in Crooe.ies Call and HIGHEST MARKET PdlCfS inuuiui mniinii i oiuiu SIIKIIIKK'S SAI.K U Mi ni sciltiiiL Uy virtue anil aulluuilv of an (inicr ot Ihr I'ounty loiirt of St. i'r.im ol. county, Missouri, niaile at the Auko'I tcini ol saiil court for "rl. on the lih il.n ol Auirimt. illreeti-U In Hit- Mii-rill ol t. Kralir-ol i-iiililty, to ailrcrll-c umiI .i ll in I be manner and Hm.ii the tcru pni rilt. eil by Uw in such nvi ms'l" ntnl pio vlileil, the liillnw Intf ilfscrilM'il i ho.il la nils, tr-wit: The west half of the nnrlliwr.il ipiartt-r snd lite northeast quarter of the noiih weal iiuarter orserttiMi altteen. In Io-aii-sblp llilrt v-fiinr north ol rauu'c i li'lil r.inl. situated In SI. Kincoi cuniy. Mi nimi also the remaining' unnolil loriicn ol 'iitil llilll section, tlrscliliril a. lollnui,. lo-i it: nnithet itiarter of noithuc.t ipuu tcr, northeast iiiarler ol' nortliar-it ipi irter. wiuthneat ipiartcr of 1101 Unseal ipi. titer, southeast quarter of nuitliwc-l ipi iitct. nortlieaat quarter of iioithca.l ipmrtci. noilhwt-at quarter of ninthi jt quaiii. Mrtitheast ipiarter of norllii-ii.t ipi.irtci. soulhw! tiiarter of tiotllii-nst ipnntcr, ' norllienst quarter of sotitliea-l ipcirici. i northweat iiuurlcr ol iMiuthcii'it ipi:irt-i . I soctlteaat quarter of mmiiIicio! i-iirtcf . : southwest quarter of tnntlH S-l ipuilcr, i ntirtbeast quarter of -imitbiAc-it ipciticr ; and soiuneast qu-trter ot -niiiiiii-i ipint ter. i I. the utnleniigneil Slim ill ol mini cii'in ty. will eipoec lo .iU' at politic auclion, on , Tuesday, NovhiiImt II, 1!HL', between tlie bonrt of nine o'clia-k In the. lorrniKin anil hveo'i Iim I in the allcnuHin of uiat day, at IIh-snitlli Ironl itooi ot Hie ' .tiiccli Hick imil luc unkiioan heirs ol ouurt house in Ilia rllv til I'sfuilnirion. ' .1 Ho.,-. I Icixe h-i.-i ami h-Meil np In salil tMintr ot SI. t-Vancols. Mis-miii. i on nli ihc iijht. inh-. clniiu. inirn-sl anil and durinjr I lie session ol the Circuit i.Liie ol the Mini Jacob Itoaa anil Hie Court of aaiil eniiniv. the lofeifolny ilc- cribrd real rttale.on the folliminy terms, to-wll: 1 lie purchaser 1 1 give Imiul nilli good and sunlctent settiriiy for tlm pur-. M ti .i,...:. i,ml Mute if Mnuourl. cbaae prhe, payahle one year alter iliitc , lo- with lea per prill Interval T Hlitiintl Irom ; I lie niiilhuci-t ipiuiti r of the northen.t dale of sak', unless he prclcrs lo pny cu-li qii:iiti i ol .ecliiiii lour, town. hip ihlrty ln band; proviiletl, that Ihc pi Ice st' hicb ; lour, i-inirc lour, coiitaltiliij; ny a'te; Mid Iniitl ahal I besoliltsluiil nol le ) niul I "ill. on tlisn nn dwillsr sml a tii.i-li r Iff I A i imt acre and tlie eosta ol ailvetli.inLi' and. selllnjf aald latnl. JKVF I'. llllilll.KV. riherllTol S'. t nincols ( oiinty. Mrlobcr S, lisrj. SIIKUIKK'S AI.K I NUKi; SCIIimiL FLNI JIOltKiAl.K. WIIKItKA't, 11. ry K. lioyil. br br certain deed of niortirnje. imi.-il the l.uli day ol January. !. ami ni ni h il in Hie lleenitler s onice of M. r rttiieuis county. Hlaamiii. In Imok No. .17 at paoe Ml. eonveyetl to Hi Knitu-ols itiinily, lor Ho use anil brnelll or tlie lliiiiililt ,nis or aehnol townhlM No. I.V an I 21 of aid county, the inlbmlnir decrihel real . etale, elitist, lying ami licinji in Hie ' County of St. Kroniaiis ami Mule of .Vis--muri lo-wll: f All of the nortlieaat quarter of Hie' northwest quarter of eevflnn farnir- srven (17), iu loarnslilp thirty -seven (:(, ) north, rniijro Ave (.') east, eoiitninliiK birty (-KI) Brre: ami is Hie same I'linl pur- inaaetl lie A. I Surailllnir on in? I'HIi day ol Mae, 1, at iartiluin ! In the ease of A 'f. Sprailllng agntii-t luiiiuihi naliaeafiai, WhiefcfleedolBiortgaire i n.a.le to . ... - .,,! Iu,,, ,H zT.T.Lrr XlLrSi ",: ir.j - 1.1 HWtRU uar.nueu; ann. vtnerena. aniu . deed of turtiiate iirovkb-s thai In tie- fitttlt ol the payment of aald bond and Hie Inlerret Uwreon seenrtliite; to the tenor and e fleet of salil boml. tlie said County of St. ! ranoots, hr Its Sberlit may pro- ered to silvfirtiae and sell aald real estate, or so fnliuai theraol sa nmy be necessary to fattlsty sahl bond, interest and routs ot eseititlnf aald mortgage; and, wherrn. default lutt beea made in the wyin-nt of sad. wlasre said boml t now ami stn mmu iwwwrilllix niliw irim, iiiriewi, and authority of sa order t.f the County t 4nrt. mad un lit m aay 01 !tepnnimr, , tHUlatan adjoiwd session of the Au-: glial terra thcmil for IWJi, I will, ea TueaJlly", November II. 1902, between th hours ol nine oilock In Ibf iheroiirt bona. In Ihe ritr of fsnnlnr tmvnooa and Rv a'clot In the altemoon ; iBt n Md Cotiaty of Ht. Franeoia ami Of that dav. at the sntttlt Hoot door of ht,i.,,r uiMma ..it il.n-ln it., ..i. lb eoort Kwjee. IB lbs i taty f F armlnir- i lott. la aald County ol W. rraneol. and ! State of MbawHirt, sod duiln tlie session , ot Ihetlretiit Court of said county. aeii;itll ft,nM lAreaso Johnann. st tMiblle stectloa lo tb bitrhost bU1ter, lor oaeb, all tb rtgiit, title, eiulin. Interewt aad aetata of the said Mary K. Itoyd of. in nJ to the tarrgtinx deserllwtl Teal est!, to satisfy ssld deed af atortgajre jEFPo.inom.cr, Hberll afSU t'raoawi ltiiitr. OstoMra.lwia. - AAA A A )Uk iaVaVhl No More lortgage. It, Bonno Tcrrc, Ms. it 1 ancy Uiotvnos. i t t See Us.- PAID fOR COUHIPtf'lliJCf, imu lull UU U 1 1. 1 . ., J.i U'jIi RGB''T-TDTLE-Y, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware Or rasas. Xlxaaose. Sewing . T-Zdchines -and - Attachments F" V vvt ! us. tot) . TVIo. Mi l liMKI , . . I l l AMU ANi lUI-Alltll !ii:i;iH' s SAI.K TANKS. Kill! HACK l.v xhfiicol n .'tcciul cteciilion ImsiiimI friui. the olllit- ol l he t 'li-th ol tlie flniill I it.-'l the LMb ,.iv of S ptciiilier. IWri. iu nil rl ut fin tl- to Ilie NotciiilKT term ot .i.l iumi lor l:aij. t i the .Micrilf of St. Kiii' iu i .unity illmliil ate I lo ine ilc Iki ii'I. in l.iMir ol the Slulc of Min.ouri nt Ihc relnllon ami to the use of Knnik lllch ilil-on. t ollii liir of Hie Itcvelllle of SI. i iiicoi. coomv. .Ml.viuil. anil airslnat tinkniiuii lo irs ol .lucob Unas uf. In anil lo tin- Mlnw Injf tlcscrihecl real eslsle. ilu c'' l ritf niul iM'injr In Ilie itiuntv ol X Iltlt.- Tlimiil ix, NkVcIiiIhT i:i, I'MIJ i llcen the hour, ol nine o'clock In tlie ' lor.-iini.ii niul lire n'che-k In tlie alter- 'noon it Hint day, at the south front I ol the iiiiirt lioiie. In Hie e'tv ol Kinuilii'.'t In sin. I iiiunlv of St. Krull- col. :iil State ol Missouri, anil during the --i.in uf Hie Circuit Court ol saiil toiinly. e nt pulillc renilue lo the blithest Imlilcr fnrcu.h. ull Ihc lljihl, lllle. i-lrilin. Inlen-.t anil eslHle l Hie salil Jacob Hon. niul Hie unknown brim ol J icnli Ilium of In and tn Hie lureirolnx il,.. iil., ro:il ri4lc. Iii utt.ly said e- ccllllntl ntnl i-ol.. JKKK li. lllt;lll.KV. Slo-iiit ni St. Krsmiils t oiinty m-ii.lH-i !i. pscj. i-IM:i;lrlS SAI.K TAXK4. Mill HACK lly viHue ol 3 rravbll ele liim iswieii fniiii Hie ol!he ol Hie Ucra ol llw- Circuit Court of St. Kr.iiK-oU niunly, MIsMHiii. ilaliil Hie ITtb day nf Si pleniber. ll mail rctiirtuible lo Hie November term ul e:tl.l court tor liari. n. Hi Mierill ul St. Kmneols inimty dlni-letl and In me n, , m inc. mur vi atis. ' r"l".,..l'.!r.,u,!:,,:..,:r"!. "."T. of : r mn. iH-iiiiiiipiin,i eimiur im ine nev- 'nue of si Kinneols rtiiiuty. t Isamiri, ..., i,M, "'' Ijiiviio Johnson, t.luirle . tistrctt. Henry II. n ernm. AuiniM (;. Storck.tienrjre . Tatislj; and ht. liult Itiilhlliijf and l.onn AtMMciallon. I bate ll ami h-Ykil upon all tlie rijflit, lllle, -Mm, Inlcri-a ami estate of I lie aald 1 ..n tio Johnson. ( liarh-e f. liarrett, llinry II. Wernte, August t'. Stoic , t.eore IV. Taitsig and Ihe St. Nulls tluihiin and Usui Assoeutlion of, la ami tu Ihtt Mlutaing daaatlunl real estate. , , , , . , . - :7T.17 L7M Zl I .HI ,p ""J-mr nn - TlinrmliiT. XoveniW 13. 1902. . . , ... , . . forerMiooandllveo't'bMlntlieBftet'Hm r Hie rtretdt e.wrt tir said eawnty. aetl at tuitm tn th. hvlseet btiktee fcr en.h. all tfa rinht ii.u et.im i.M i nnrte r. uarretk Httnry II- Werftse. Auxusi 'j, nion-.. t.eoiffe vr. lansia; ana lb Si. Ixmla Bidhllnxand laut AmnvU- ton or. tn ana to tu i,Hvjnin deaertbetl im ewtatsi, un hisij earn eaccsuttm ami eual. 1 jfFr r--. nmni-KT. ' Klieetfl at HL fraisni,' 1 a.M.ir. ' (Muter lw. ... R. A. SWINK, Nouey Public. PIPKIN&SWINK Lawyers, Abstracters, Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agents. PARMINOTON. MO. Now that the lH-iii"; built and the city water works arc assured. in. nn make no mistake in investinjr iu good real estate in and around Fanniiigliin. To as sist probable unreliast-rK u.. submit a few of tlie jio)ertie.s e uavo ior sale: ITY I'IKII'I It l i . tm stor Imiiiiina ..ui -ni. !,J1'.4"".,.W' 1 lii ," trli'l ii.MS) vi 11 trail tor inrin. two i-moHi Aw..ni, ... i.. ... fcsllier, al M ecU l. im.cn.i tu n nett roiifn Ua-. Itir.i,. :.h..., i i. tine i riMim lti.a.. m 1,1. .... . One trmn hnusn i,il ; -- An s nsiin. 2 il.,r, luiu. I..... Union to rat iinnKtoii 1'iii-e t '(Mtltl. I--..III I 1111 .lll.l.t I ........ Hum a .l IIV nith In cull mtt iint.i, i.. 1 1., Till platting ut for Im, ;,.w,hI tm, t uriiir lsr muuc i' i, ,,.. ii., .! rr llHi (c- in.nt ,.-...,. krt ikrp. Cull niul -cc ; l.K x I'ro. or nrkn. nc i ii riMir tnr hm m i '!xr -l fif ion tnr rniik-. K A It M IMttll-KK I li acres, mill, nil i., rut .n, pi i e ti.gili ei-tl . - 1 or Jtines. I rti ) t- no,.. ,li. . ' -. -. in .m ..,.. v t. ... . ul. ii miles tfotll ell lie, IL I .... - - ,.i , . iriiii'ii'i. . i. ,. anil ime mil.. n,m 1ml. , win i..Hl .11 rvami iltscinnir. l,. i;lrll ,.,u,, ,, tlntile, aiel rmiiK, ,,,, !,.,,.,., i..,l inois n-nt-re. In ciiiiu ! tlnila-r. Teire III, I,. ..,,. L,,,,,. i, larr line, trull lr,.. .m nl i Il.jgui,! Mill Irilile I., I , mil i,r,,lrl. SI I? nt-res lieiir lull I' Ill vleve riHinls . .n mn,.. i,,, ieiie l.-i.. Ho ml eiKiit mi:,., n.,,,, rarniiiiui.. n ciilll'.nll.iii Lu,,,,.,. i iiii., ,, . ecultlale. , , t , . .,,,... H.u-le. flir.. i.l .,,,1,,..,. ., , urn, mill .imiil ,, i, ,, , ,.,. .,, , 'Ul I'll, e ii.im.,,1 MIIMiu.le. fki acre In li neii,.,,. ,.,,,,,,1. . ..,n... ruui laiiiiliisiiiii Mini i,,. i ...... iieltil.,rh,.Hl , ,-,,.. n, .,,,1,.,,,, 'i" emu tlllllii-i I'll,. Hi.., nil. rtluile II an acres nen r kn,,i. 1.1..1 i....i Is r.i,u niilltle. i.iril. .in lull.! Kelt il. ml latin. 01.1,1 ..it I id. 11 n CUlllVlltlilll 1,11,1 nil ,,., I ... ..... Ill ll"lKll!..ll,.... , , ul...il ll'Mll. 1 I'llUll ll lMl. Ill lie... I .MSI. t3 Sere, t' mil. Iinrfllnf ldrmli..i.,i, nil III fulm.m.tii. 11. .,1 , Irull trees. I'm r 11 Mi teres 7 miles t4,il reilerteltimn rii-ii! 1 tiiiiiiintitiin on 11 ! Ill cutlltrt 11 ii ntnl btniteiji . , K'MMt i, riMut Ii..ii.i mc II ,-imi. f Toil Waul lu c in Ir, lc ml I11I your ihoimtiv muIi u. I'll'KIN ,t Ml INK unit Hunk. llioe oter St Kiui.cni. 1 , TIIIIXK No i; Administratrix's Notice Sollcets tierelir wli-en 11. i 1..11.... ,.1 ... mlnuirailou Mere aianteil tu 11... umler SiKIIIHl lit till- l-l.il.ll. I iiti ,,1 . ....... its eiiuiltr all.Miuil .1. 1.. .1.. n. h-IUair ImjJ, un III eitute ol JAUK4 HI. It III. Ut',1 All nersnns Imlliie cliilm. i .. . bmi.i estate are teoiilretl lu rtini.it n.i 11,. Iiiilnlalraiilx lur alliiuum-e r frmi tlm ilut t kt, i,.iir. ,,r n,,.. najr lie precluile.1 I rum nni la-nefli of ui.i e.l.te. ami If mil ellillHiisI fur ,.li,.i. Iililn tieo tears Iumi tin, iiMiM ,.r L,.i.i etlers they will le tnt.-ver lwrre-1 , . , i titt I. iii.n 111, t.iiur s. N-tolier!i, lisi. Administrator's Notice. Sollce Is hrreliy elven licit h tlem f , llilstlullon Mel Hllltlle.l t.i n 1. siwil lif th, I'n.lmh. r,,un f i rmu . .-niiii;, -iii.Miri, ilnteil tlie Jtlli bailellllr, lrsri, null! ee.Uil. i,f lar StVI al, I.. I HAHI.fcV, ,. sit ttersons lirtvln cinim. a.tiii.t ..,1.1 estate are iiilre,l ineiliihlt th-in to Hie umlerslirneU Ailiuliiltlralor .,r nlloMuin-e sumo one jrear Imin Hie tuie ul , ul let era or trie Mm. Im, i,r-ci.iP,i i,,,,,, ,lltw benni of sahl e. ime. ami 11 n.n eiiutiiie.1 lllilll two seal, fnnii Hie 11,11.. .,r ..1,1 IMtnrslhejr Mill I forever lmn.1. An.iu Mini til, t.im r. ficlotiers, llso. RONAi UTE. ST. LOUIS, IS-NORTH AND EAST. COKNKCTIOK STAlir. m I'woK Mf. Tltm AT BT. Long WIT nt am nil KSPRKS TBAUS 1IR f'HIUAtlll, C.. VIKXATI, Ltll ISTII.I.K, iNIHAKAttlllg. LrmiAat., 1).tiut, Hi rrAi.n. Nkw OM, 1'HII.AIIKI.I-IIIA, lilisTOK, WaSH- ItttlTIlM AMD Alt rillXt'll'AI. KAtTKR ClTIM. Only one Change of Cars sse.sTO...... San Francises and kU of Us TIIUOt tiH CARS TO i1LV,t" Sa Aktohio, Ik rroTt, UaicnoAifn Dallaj. Kl Paso, FrM JReclifl W if Clt air Co. T MIS IsHwr vars to Texarkana. tot ticket, skwiiin ear bertha .,t i- .,.,.,, . , , J furthw ,,,,'rmUon. IT'jf ' Compsiijra aesresl agent. Si. C. TOWKSEXD, flM'l P. ami T. Ajpent, . S. Utbia, lit. MERHIU PIPKIM. Notary Public. TO av infra