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AND HERALD. rtBLIsHSli l! THIS. Hit 111 THK farmlntton Times Printing Co. THO II. KTM. lti-sl.:hT rim ii' . i iii.k. u tL i'ii. r II. A tA INK, Hti 't Tasss 1 OO a Tsar U Advanee. THIX). I KtMllKH. - - - Boitom ssi m sisr.s mMi.kH. MKI.IIOl HSK hMiril. . Asu-MSV KlUloS ASH soUCITIia. TlIt'ltslAV, NOV. ii, I0S THE LOST CMOKD Scaled run- .la at til- organ. I . we.uy iimt ill "it r.ic. Aii.l my fiugrt- .mU'r I lur (he U'i- V -.. 1 cli- not knots hit 1 i pl" !!. Ill li.it I a ill r .mint; tlu ii. Hut 1 struck nnr rlti.td "I music Like tlir naml !! .i grr.it Amen. It fliMslcl tlir i-iiin ii twilight l.ikr Ihe clots "i m angrl's p.alin, A in! it Uy n m I Minl--pirit With a touch nl intitule rutin. It tptilrd miii uml "ti", l.ikr love ovrn tiling .lnlc; It -.rrtitrd tin' ii" "i i" hi- 4i Ii" From inir ilisiiir.l.ttit lilc. It huktd all jmplcvril mi .illiliL I tit i.llr jRlfrrt Jimit. And trrttl'-lcl !' "V i"t" -il'-m A- il t hi rr l-itli tu i'c.i-.e. I liavr ..uni.t ''lit I il it .anil'.. That nnr loi il,"i. .ltiiiir. Th it r uin limn tin -mil "( tin- .ngni Ami rim n 1 ml mi in-. II in n In- !!i it In-illi i-l'ii;tit aiij'i l Will 'pi- il in lh.it i ll' if l again. It iti.it, ' tli it "ii 1 m In' ti-ii I Oi ill in ii Hi it gtc it Aim-n. Vlcl inli A. I't.s trr i!:r Rv.t or Tit books First Anili ty hid tlir Right f Way, Thru Ilavi l Il.irnin ted. With I Ik n Hidden Ii i-l-l . n;; last Kulr l'.itltii-t pretty litMil. The I'iuc of l.iiry thrrw u shatlr Aerons tlir lle.ttcii Tr.uk; The I.adv Paramount iln tared The l,riip.ird'. Smt w:ih Mark. Tlir i in lr IVrrv lit lu light Tlir Knitou Inr to .p ; Tlirn Miiiury .Vlatii. Sawyer -ii-llcd: "Wr san-ver, I r i and I"' t'p r.inir yaung ku haul C'.irvi l nil Tlir Cotnpirrrr. tn.iutli .iml numtli; The t'laylhiruc- net, ii iii.hI pm-nil (II Jin tty H.'Pitln Smith. Talrt.-t anil 'li.iy .K- bv .idr, K kh.ivrn, white and Hi t. 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I -J a i ii i Ii i-i i:i: vi. 1 Batlrr intsi-lf Hi;, i I n iii a m-iii tthn l nil -a-i! iiii'Mhi-.-rli't, Iml fur I In hri'iitnl tiiin 1 1 .'t I itay I nn i iiiii'ilt-ti Iv tal. i ii iili.n k I Inul Italrhi'il llilit rsili 1 1 rlnirlv. tin. I fill lowrtl lt ir,,k-n -s . . ai. fnllt. thai It Krrinril inipii--iiii llatlr rnnlil htr r-ruH-il frimi (t ti Ui.ti- mi thr furl, iiitrilil in all tin- nnrhl. that hr hail f-nt an.ii I lonknl fmni Ihe rah ti Ihr rahinun nml thrn at Ul.T oh-ii drltrr, vim hail ilrpfrmlril frnui hia IMUh titnl Wan hlalnlillf In-, aiilr mr. W'rll, 1 Huiihln'l l.mr Im li. rnl II," 1 aahl aliinil. mln-ti I had rnunrnl aonirwiial frimi nil a-,tiuil hni lit. My nvtn (Irivrr. uh.i hail ilmilillru brjfuil to think thai tin- i..-i-i-i;n I 9iad promid inni ttai in ilatirr, Inclined 1u In Kunirttlial ImIII coar. It airarnl aa if hr Hrrr anxinua to inuki n ivrxinial mattrr of it, and in prunf nf thin hp utrrn ly drmonHrd of Ilia rlinl tthal hr had done with Ma fnrr. "You don't think I Ye atr him, do yrr?" aakrd that worthy. "Whafa It rot tu do with me what a fare doea? I apt 'im down, mime aa 1 ahnuld do yon, and now I am on my way "ome. Look arier your own fare, and take bim 'onie and put him ter bed, but don't yet a'rome ahotb- rln' nir. IV dime the Iimt day'a work IV ever ad In wy life, and If o be thr pair of yer like to roine Into the pub here, well, I don't know a I won't a atand yrr both two of Hootch cold. It !ook a If 1 would kind ' ehrar thr (ruTtirr np m bit, aerin' aa how he'a dia'polnlrd Ilk. Come on now!" It I one of my principles, and to It I ieet that I owa a conaidrrabln por tion of my aur-ccaa, thai I nerer al low my prldr to atand In the way of my buainraa. The moat valuable In formation la not tintrmjuently picked up In the moat unlikely placea, and for thla reaann I followed my owa Jebu and hla rial Into the publio bonaa in queatlon. The man waa libly elated by th food atroke of bualneaa be had dun that nlphl, and waa Inclined to be ponvivial. " 'K waa proper aort of Woke," b uld aa w partook of oar refretb menk " E gin at Jlw. ' did, an' I wiihea aa 'ow I r-ould mert aa other Ilka 1b every day." , Tbry do any aa bow on man'a Mattoa ia another man'a polaon." r. torted my driver, who. In apllc of th entertainment be waa reoelvUn-. viaibljr regarded the other wit 4 dla favor. "If you'd a jriv us tb tip, I'd av ad my auvertn. Aa It la I don't take It friendly Ilka that yoa aboald ' bilked u." "Yr can tab ft aa yer darned well pteaae," aald the other, aa Im apok (ilac-iaa bJs flea apalde duwa M the counter, la order to prova be yond coutraiin tion tliat t waa emp ty. I Immediately ordered a Teieii lion, wbirh nuiplird. Thereupoa the cabman roulinued: Whrii I 'aa a bit of biixineaa ter do yer iniiat inidemiajid thai I doet It, u ml that nu man ran any ax I iloi-.n't. A (frut jreta Into my kcb ami c hei 'lirlve me nniU I tell yer to niop, and fn aa fa-t aa yer can.' e hr. 'Take every bark utreet yer know of, and eimir out aoine where llmton way. I'm not iar tir'lar an lonjr aa 2 go faxt. an' I don't (fit rollared by the keb lhat'a after ua. If yer help me t give 'Im the lip thrre'a a fl-Miin' note for yer trouble;' Well, B I to myartf. Hi in U a proper bit of lin-llirmi and thrre and then I win off a font a the old 'ome end lake ua. W liirnn mi Southampton ntrert, and you liirnn up after u. Aa we nan airoiii' down 'Knrietta nlrerl I n-krd him to Irt me 'ate a look at bin ftee-pinm' iintr, for I didn't want no Hank of Kanliinn nr any of thai nnrt of irnrk Nhotrd into nn. you'll ninli-rtaml. Voll needn't lie llpirioun. i-almy.' nr hr, 'I'll make il nuvrriinrn. il ymi like, and half a one over lor lin k, if that will ittinfy yrrT When I told him It woulil. he give me two poiin' ten In Milliner am! away e went a cm n. We weren't more ih.ni "arf a milr away from here--thank jr. nir. I don't mini! If I do. If i "Id ilrivin' ttrll, an I mi a aayin wr wami'l more than "arf a mile uin iv from here, when the iretii hr -land np and ne to me: l.nok In-rr. Ki-bby, turn the iient corner preny tiharp. and nlntv dim n tl the lir-t bye-mreet mil ronir to Thru I'll jump nut.' 'Cifht yer arc. cm nor.' e I. and vtitli thai he 'and nn- up the ntlirr two pnnn' ten and tin run half Minriiir. I folilH-il il mid nliip'ird up the old 'on Ni l tniiini-nt tti mii arotiiiil the corni-r. and a-dt'iiiu' mm ii wr wa a irtiiik in ki-iiii a i ruin. Tlii-n wr mini - t-t a littl, s'ulr trrt. an' I Mlmt iliiitn lint 'e jiiinpn and down in- ti - nlunif n -ide utri-ri an if ihr ib-iil wan nrirr hint. Tiii-ll I driti-n on mv way nml ptllin up Vre. Ililkrit you wrrr. itutnor. ami 1 ilnli't nun. I hai in' ,, but Imni limn in busitn'-i. ami liir poun' Ii n ain't to Im picked up every day. I iic Ihe old woman will be all there when I pet 'ome tn-nlj,iht. "That'a all rry well, cabby." I aid. "but it'n just likely you want to add anothrr Kovcrcljn to that fite. pound ten. If you do I don't mind putting another in your vinr. I tell you thai I want to rati-h Ihe man I nn after to-ninlit. Ili-'n an liij- a thief na ever walked tlir earth, and If ton will help tor tu put my hand iipnii him. you'll be tlmnx a urn ire, lint only to me, but to the whole country at larir." "What la It you iiant me to do" hr uxkrd, aunpii-iotinh "He Irrntrd inr fair, and he'll take it iin-un of wr if I In-lp you tn nali ii i in " "I don'l want i mi in do ativlhin'? but to drive inr In iln- i.iib sln-rt where you put hint dniin. Tlirn run ran lake your Mitirnirn nml In off holm an iiiick an tun lil.e. llo yml aerce','" lir l:r.,itutcd for a Kiaee in whirh a man rould li.ni encntrd "a. ami then net bin irlann npnu Ihr counter "I'll do It," lie nuid. "I'll ilritr t.r there, not for thr inner, ilf. but for ihe good of the country yer npnikn alMiut. t'oiiic tin." I pate my own man hi- money . nnd then followed the other nut to hill rah. He mounted to bin boi, not without nome help, and we prrneutly net off. ltetiier it nan thr rffret of the rrfre-hmrui he had imliilicil. or w briber it wan mere elati-iu of npiritt. I rallltol say, the (art. IniW etcr, rrmainn that fur the whole of the journey, which occupied ten nr twrlte Miilllllen. he hnv!. ,1 t-orifrr-oiinly. A more joyoun ralnran rould Hi-ureelr liaie been dinrr-veird ill till that pari of lanulnn. At la-t lir pitllrd bin hurne to a ata ni, till, and lle-ci-lulrd frnui bin prat. "Iliin 'err'a the placr," he tnid, "and that'a the atreet he tnlted down. Yrr can't mi-take It. Now Irl'n hate a look at trr .iiteritif, pin tier, and thru I'll lie nil home to lied, and ll'n ahotlt lime lou." I paid hi in the atini I h.il prom inrd him, nml then made my way down Ihr narrow ntrret, in the direr tiiui Hat lr had takrti. It urn not Iiinrr than u couple of hut- ln-d tanln lutii;, ami wa4 hcinmeil In oit either haml bt niiiiilid rotlapc . An if to ruiphanie tlie mivery of the im-ality, anil H-rhapn in a iiieuaitre I., a.-cuuin for it, at the furl lur end 1 dincov rrrd a t-'in-paluer, tthoic fl-iriiifr lipnti illuniiiiutrd Ihe .tin la on either hand with liraen fpl'-ndor. A amall knot of htufcra wrr. elualered on the patrmei.t outaulr the public, and them were es.tetly the men 1 wauled. Adilri-Ksing niysi-lf to them I iniuired how lonr they hud bern In their prrnent p tuition. "Iti-nt part of an hour, j;uv'ner," aaid one of them, punhltif Ida bauda deep down Into hia poi krta, nnd itrrutinif a aort of double n!iuffle av he apoke. "Ain't dnln' any Jiariu 'ere, I 'ope. We waa 'opiu' aa 'ow a pent like youreelf would come along in the eourae of the evrninj juat to ank ua if we was thlrety, and wot we'd take for to squench it." "You ahall have aomethlnp to 'aquencb' it, if you can oni ver the queationa I am polnp to atk you," I replied. "Did either of ymt r a peiitlrnjnn come donn thU atreet, running, about half an hour or so apoT" "Waa he rarrylnp a rug- and a bap?" ashed one of the men, without beallatlon. "He waa," I replied. "He in the man I want. Which way did hr po when he left here?" "He took Jim Itntilirr'a cab." aaij another ntau, whu had until a few TETLEY-KLEIN PAUMINGTON. MO. W art prepared to furnish esitmatas fur all kind ol I.uiubr ia any quantities desired. Oar sheds and yard ar extensive, and we keep full Hue of 1 retard aad FlnL-thiog Lumber, Doors, Window frames cad 8ask, Window Uliids, Weatberboanllng, Shingle- Fine, Cy plena and Washington Cedar Mooring, Btaddiug, aad Indeed everything yoa sy td In llw lumber r building Hue. w' fllRSUrS MSOLIIE HGIiES and BEEP WELL PUMPS, i See Us Before Placing: Tour Orders. ' OFFICE ASO TAElVSi r , Liberty Street, Two Square East of Court Houm- moment wiuu omwm araooia the wall. "The Short Tn waa alook iu' after it for 'ia, and I heard bits call Jimmy myaelf. lie tonaed the Short Tn a bob, he did, when he got In. Such lurk don't aeem ever ta com my way." "Where ia the Short Tu. aa you call hi in 7" I inquired, thinking that It mi(.'ht b to my advantage to In terview that gentleman. "A-drlnkin" of bis bob in there," the man aniwered. "Where d'ye think ye'd lie a-aeeln' 'im? Bearln 'Innrlf proud like a real torf, and at rlonrn'Vlme they'll h rhurkin' 'Im out Into thr gutter, aad then 'ia wifr'll come down, and they'll fight, an' mot like both of 'em'll get jnpgi-d lieforr thry knows where they in, and eonie before th beak la th mornln'." "Look here." I aald, "If one of yon wllr vii iu and Induce the gentleman of whom you aieak to mine out here ami lulk to inr. I would not mind trratinir the four of you to half a crow n." The worda had amrrely bft my lipn lief ore a deputation bad ruterrd thr limine in aearrh of thr gentleman in iiueiitloii. When they returned wlih him one planer wan nuOU-ient to nhow me that the Short Tn waa in a decidedly inebriated condition. Ilia fri"iuln. however, deeming II ponnlble thai their hauce of apprmatiiig my liberality ileNiided Umn bla roudi linii iK-inp ninh on he e,Mild annwer ii -nt inn.- with nome anrt of inlrlli pence, pna-eeded In ahake and pure uiel hiiu into nntnethlng aiproaehing i Hobrirlv. Iu one of bin lucid inter taliel implirrd whrtbrr he fell equal tn lellmu me in what direction the entlruiaii w ho had piveii him Ihe -hilling bad orderrd the cabman tu drive htin He turned the iiir.tioii I ntrr ami mer tit iim ininii, ami turn j arntrd nt Ihr eiuieluninii Ihul It waa I "aame iiniri r?o-e tn Warerino." ; Tin- wan rertniuly vupue, but It ifneiinri--d inr In persevere. "Think upain," I .aid; "he mu-t hate pi I et t nil ii.iUir tlr lit) itr aih' ' e -n. "Nun I do rrmrtlilicr," nanl the man. "it nerni In mr it wan n wrll'n bnti I. Wulfi'ino l.'oad. Tlial'-I win re tl wan, i'niwi li'a holrl. Ilnli't you know it? " Fun -ll'n Itotrl I- merry. B-.rijr in.rf. When Ihe yAy buittr In ftowtr.', Il.ialli Ire Now chorua, pen'iurit." liaring beard all I wanted to. I gave the poor wrelrbre what I hud prirtniHt-d them, and went in nean-h of a cab. An good luck would hnr it I wan abie to film-over one iu the ( if. Ituad, and In it I drorr off i:i the direction of Watrri-ni, If liuyle ttrre really poinp to ntay the niclit at K-J-ttvell'M hotel, thrn my labor- had not liern in vain, after all. lint I had nerw too nuieli nf that geutle lutiiiV cliaracter of bile to put any trunt In hia nlatyinenln, until I had verified them tn my own nutinfaeiimi. I wan not ucqualutfd with Kixtvrll'a ' hotel, but after ronie litilr nean-h I ' di-eotered it. It wnn by no meaua ihe nort of place a man of ll.ivlr'n 1 Health tvouiil Im lil.elt- to liut-ouic. but renienilH rmp ihnl hr had par tirulnr reanotin for not 1h iup en cti deuce Jm t at prrnent, I could under- i maud Inn reunonn for choosing nurh a bn:elry. I ai-rori!-ni:ly paid off j my cnbiiiun and riiterrd the bar. Tiikiu-r the ynimp lad I found there I a little f.n one aide, I lmulrid whetli- rr a peiilletnau had urrived within ! th- In-t half-hour, rarrt inp a big ' ami a heavy tra.elinp-rup. Much to niy gratification nhe re 1 phnl that nueh a geiiilemuii liad rer I laiuly arriied wilhiu thr punl haif I tiuttr. ami waa now at nnpMr in the j eoffre-room. She impiired tthrthrr I j wniihl care to nee htm. I replied in the necatite, ntatiup that I woti'd coll neat day and ma!. e inynelf kiinti n to hiiu. ! "Wr ore old friend-.," I nnid. "nnd for that reanun I -dmuM Im- plad if i you would pfomine me that you will nnv mithiiig to him alnmt my coming to -night." W ninan-like the idea pha-ed her, , and nhe williuply pare tlir proinin j I ,1-kcd. "If you want In are him you'd bet ter lie here early," nhe miiil. "llr lohl me when he booked hi room thai he ahnuld lie wantiuir tn get away at almut ten o'clock tu-mur- ' row miirtnui'." "I'll Im here well In-fore that," I replird. "If all porn ri.ht, 1 nhall -all upon hiiu Itetwirn i-T-ht ajid nine j n'rock." I Keeling aiire thai, aft-r what I had I naid to her, nhr would nay nnlhiiur 'to llayle alMiut mi tiKit, I rrlurueil In my owu hotel ami retired to rent, ! Next morning I wan up betimra, had brrakfantrd. and wan at Knv wrll'a hotel before eipht o'cliM-k had i (.truck. I procri-did ntralgl.t to the bar, where 1 dineovcred my ar I ipiuiutaiH-e of the prevloua evrnlnif, I iu curl papcra, anniduoiiMly dilating ' nhelvrs nud roiintrr. There waa a fragrance of the laat night'a pota- tlnnn kfill hovering about the place, which had thr drrary. tawdry ap pearance that waa o different to the clamour of the prevloua night. I bade th girl good morning, and then inquired whether nhe bad seen any thing of my friend. At firal nhr did not apMar to rero;nie me, but ua doing ao ahr volunteered to go off and make inquiries. Kb did ao, to return a few momenta later with the information thr.t the gentleman "had rung tor hla boot a, and would be down to brrakfant in a few min ute" "I wonder what you will hsvs ia aay for yourself when you see me, Mr. llayle," I muttered. "You will find that I am aot to be so easily ahakrn off as you Imagine." I -accordingly made my way to the dining-room, and seating mynrlf at a table ordered a cup of roffec and LUMBER CO., iCOWWlj's VWMV, For HURT CHAPPED HURTS EacaHent for use RulievtM Instantly AU SWIiLUNOS asso.auoo wo-rn-ww. TOR SALE AT CITT DRCO STORE.I CITY DRUG STORE, C. W. CROVER, Manager. fid lUtiMinn. I .S'. V. .C' of iter I'uhhc 5iujii,', I'KKSCIITIONS an epg. The London egg is not a favorite of mine, but I wan prepared j to rat a doien of them if neei-...ary. ' if by ao doing I could remain in the; room long enough tu ttud nil m-If face to face with Oldeon llayle. Sev ersl people put in an appearance and eommrn.ed their morning repnnt. but when a quarter of an hour hud elapsed and the mnn I wntitrd bad Bot preneuted hlmnclf. mv pstlenvr became cahaunted and I went ia eaeeh of my honrie of the bar, "My friendn a long time coming duwn," 1 aaid. "I hope he ha uul gone out to break fa-t ?" "You muni be luintukrii." nhe an swered. "I aaw him come ilcntn alairn nearly a quarter of an hour ago. lie went lulu the it ip-mom, and 1 felt nure yon muni haii nren him. If you will follow mr I'll nhow hiui to you." So naying nhr Ird the way hlmig the dingy panoage mill nhr kniiri! at a grrrn Itaire dour with two plan psneln. Here kr atoppnl uud aeanned the dining room. The boots, who had juat come upntniri from the lower region, inMstcd in the operation, and aremcd tn derive con aidrrahle aatlafactiuii from it. "There he la," said thr girl, point ing to a table in the furl bent corner of thr room; "the tall man with the black mmtarhe." I Linked and wan cnnnuiiird with dinappolntment. Thr individual I aaw thrre waa nu morn like llayle than be waa like he man In the moon. "llo yon mean to tell nir that he In the man who arrived late la.it night in a cab, and whow luggage conmnt ed of a email brown bag and a trav eling rug?" I anked. "You're iwen having a game with me, young wom an, and 1 should advise you to br careful. You don't rcaliie who I am." "Holghty toity," nhe mid. wilh s tons of her head that nent her curl papers dancing. "If you're going tn be naaty, I am going. You anked for the gentleman who came lute lant night with a bag. and there be i. If he'a nut thr prmou you want, you muatn't blame me. I'm nure I'm not responsible for everybody's friends. Desr me, I hope not!" The shock headed Imofs had c!l this time been linteniug with the greatent lnterent He and the bar maid, it appeared, had had a quarrel earlier in the morning, and in run arqurtirr were still far from bring upon the bent of terms. "The cove an the gent wanln, mlt-n, munt lie 'im an came eloc upon 11 o'clock lent night," he put in. "The toff with the bag and blanket. Why I carried bla hag up to number 4? with uiy owu 'uiidn, nnd you know it." The girl was quite equal to thr oc casion. "You'd Itetter hold your tongue," she said. "If you don't you'll get into trouble." "Wbst for?" he inquired. "It s a free country. I 'ope. Nice sort of toff 'e wan, forgot all about the boots, and roe a-dnin' 'in browns n slap-up an if 'e waa a-gmli' out to dinner with the queen. IJnt p'reapn he'a left a 'arf-overeign for me with you. It ain't likely. lib, no. of eounr it isn't likely he would. Vein wouldn't keep it carefully for mr. would you? Oh, no, in course nut'.' What about that two bob the Amer ican gent gave you?" The girl did not wuit to hear any more, but, with a flual to of her head, divapprared into thr bar. ".Vow, liMik here, my friend," I said to Ihe hoots, "It la quite evident thai "WHAT I ITV I INyUHlED. -an-THING WRONOr yoa know more about thia gentle man than that young lady doea. Tell mr all about him, and 1'il muke it worth your while." "There aln'l much to tell," he an awerrd. "Leastways, not bin' partic ular. He was no end of a toff, great coat with silk collar, neat browns, gloves, and a bowler 'at." "Mustache 7" "Yes, and waxed. Uot a sort of broad-arrow on hia cheek, and looked at y as if la eyea was gitnleU. and ha wanted to bore a hole through yer) called at erven, breakfast at half-pant, 'am atsd egga and two eups of eoriee aad a roll, all took up to Im In la ruoa. Ordered a rsb to eteh tba nine -Vclork express to Southampton. I pat I! las la with his hag and blanket, aad as rat 'Kindly remember tba boots, air.' and he eyas Tee dona it-' I aald I 'ado't -ad It, aad ha told mo to go to, wsil. tba plana as isn't mewtionrd la perllts company. That's all I know ahout Im." , Ha paosod and shook hia head In the du-setloa of the bar, after which ha l aervsd that he knew a!! about ft, aad one or two other thltige bs- CHAPS sod after Shaving. and Cures Quickly and INFLAMMATIONS aio. nwt-owi Farmington, Mo. A Sl'KCIALTY, 1 gsve bim a ah.lling for hla infor mation and then left the house. Once more I had missed Oldeoa llayle by a few tnlnuUa, but I had received some information that might help mr to find bim agsja. l ufor tuiia: -It, however, he was now well uu bin way to Kouthsmpton, and in a few hours might he out of England. My rrnpect for that astute gentleman was iiierrasing hourly, but it did aot d trr lur, only made me the more re. s. i! ni tu brat hi in in fhe end. Mak ing my way to Waterloo, I Inquired when the licit train left for South ampton, finding that I had more than an hour and a half to wait, I teicprapned tn tne man i had sent to Kuuthoiupton to watch the dinks, and then took the electric railway to the city, and made uiy way to my of fice, where a pile of correspondence awaited me on my table, (ailing my managing clerk to my assistance, I net lo work to eiamine It. He opened the letters while I perused them and dictated the various re plies. When he came to the fifth he uttered an exclamation of surprise. "What Is itr I inquired. "Any thing wrong?" In reply br handed me a letter writtiu on good note ruper, but without an address. It rtn as fol lows: "Mr. (ildron Hsyle returns thauks for kind inquiries, and begs to In form Mr. l'airfas that he Is having Kiiglntid today for Alglera." "If he thinks he la going to bluff me with that aort of tale, he's very much mintuken," I aaid. "I happen to I aware of the fart that be left for Southampton by the nine o'clock train this looming. If I might hazard a gurna aa tn where be was going, 1 should say that his destina tion Is the (ape. l'.ut let him go where he will, I'll hare him yet. Jo the meantime, send Williams to Char ing I'm- at once, Itnbrrls to Vic toria, and I ii Lion to St. Paul a, rnrninh each with a description of the man thry are to look after, be particular about the ar upon his left cheek, and If they see bim tell Ihrm tli.it they are not to lose night of him. happen what may. Let them tclrgrnph -In u l1 thry discover any thing ilrtiiiitr. and then go tn pur suit. In any rase I shall return from Southampton to-night, and ahall call here at once." Hair an hour later I arrived at Waterloo, took my ticket and board ed ihe train for Southampton. When I rrneheil the port I was met at the station by my representative, who informed me that he had seen noth ing of the man I had described, sl tluiti,'h he had carefully looked for him. "We'll try the various shipping oflieen flrnl." I said. "1 feel positive ly rertuiu that he came down here by tiie nine o clin k train." We drnte from shipping ofllce to nhipping otlire, uml msiie the most cnrifut inquiries, but iu etery rsse without success, (luce we thought we had discovered our man. only to lind, after wanting a prerioua hour, that the clerk's drscriptiou was alto gether a wrong one, and that he re sembled llayle in no sort of way. Wr boarded the Smith African mail boat, but be was nut among her paa smjirrs; we overhauled the Ameri can liner, w-it,h an equally barren re sult. Wa paid cursory viaita to the principal hotels, hut could hear no tidings of bim In any one of tbem. An a mailer of fact. If the man bad journeyed to Southampton, aa I had every reason to suppose he had done, he must have disappeared Into thin air when hr got there. The whole affair was mont bewildering, and I scarrrly knew what to think of It. That the hoots at the hotrl had not been hoodwinking me I felt aasured in my own mind. Ills anger against the man i too real lo allow any doubt upon that point. At laat, hav ing exhausted all our resources, and not seeing what I rould do further, I returned tn my subordinate's lodg ings, where It had been arranged that telegrams should be sddressed lo me. On my arrival there a yellow rnvrlnpe was bunded to me. I tore it open eagerly and withdrew the contents. It proved lo be from Pick son, and had been scut off from Dover. I took my code-bonk from my pocket and translated the mes sage upon the bark of tba telegraph form. It ran aa follows: "Man with triangular scar upon left rherk, brown bag and traveling rug, boarded train at Heme Hill, went through to Dover, and has booked to I'arls. Am following him accord iug to Instructiona." "Then he slipped me after all," 1 cried. "He must have gone on to Waterloo, crossed to Cannon street, thrn on to London bridge. The running ar-owndrel! He must have made np hia mind that the biggest bluff he could piny upon mo waa to tell the truth, and, by Joeel he was not very far wrong. However, tboao laugh best who laugh last, and though he has had a eery fair innings so far, we will aeo whether be ran brat mr In tba end. 111 get back to town now, run down to Risk opstowe to-morrow morning to re port progress, and thsa be off to Paris after hia oa Monday." At t.ii that night I reached Loa doa. At the same tnomeat Mr. Oideoa llayle eras sitting down to charming little dinner at the Cafe des rriuees, and was aittillng (v hias mzt aa be thought ot tba ausoeaa that bad attended tba trick he had played upoa me, , Tu be continued. CIRCULATION OF THE TIMES AND HERALD ,400 No riore Rent UNIVERSAL HOflE OMPANY, Chamber of Com me ret tulldlnf , iST. louis, no - toot your Real make a big bole In your salary i Then stop paying Bent. Wa will (urnlsb you all the money yoa want to build or buy your home or larm lands anywhere yo wish, or lo pay oft your mortgage, aad you return It lo us In small monthly payments LHSSTIlAX UF.ST. Without Interest. On 1,000 htaa yoa pay H bQ per month fur S00 months when the debt is Uear, and you owa your property. KmsllororMsrgersums in Ihe mm proportion. 0. B. B0KMY. Gea'l J. B. PERKINS, A KENT KLEIN GROCER COMPANY LEADS ALL OTHERS. utn- iii uiiti a Canned Fruits and Vegetables. Provisions of all kinds. Fruits, dried and green. Candies, Hon Dons, Nuts. China and Glass Waree. Wooden Wares, etc. yd -a If You Need Anything in Croeeiies wCall and See Us. 5 HIGHEST MARKET PRICES SIIKUIKF'S SAI.K tIK LANDS. SClKMII. Itr virtue and anllmrltv ot an order ol the County Court of Mi. Francois county. Mluouri. made at the Aiuut term ol Mid court for I'.Hti, nn the -till day of August, directed to the SherllT ot tit Krsneols eiiuuir. to advertise and sell In the manner ami iiuin the terms irscvll eil by law In such casra insde and pro vldeil, tlie lolhiMlng tlescnleil si hind i Isnds. lo-wlt; Tlie west half of Ihe northwest quarter ' anil the norliieast ipisrter of the north-; west uiiarter of section aUteen. In town-! Mil liilrlv-biur north ol core elrlil east. :'rr .intnraors:;!. mil section, nesrrineii as loimwa. ui-nii: nnithwesl uiiarter of nnrtliwest quarter. northeast quarter of northwest iptsrtcr. soiithwest quarter of noniiweat quarter, southeast quarter of northwest quarter, northeast quarter of northeast quarter, ninth west quarter of norlhrast quarter, southeast quarter of northeast quarter, southwest quarter of northeast quarter, northeast quarter of oittliea?t quarter, northwest quarter ot ooullieast quarter, sniitlieast quarter of southeast quarter, southwest quarter of suutheaat qusrler, northeast quarter of aouthwest quarter and southeast quarlrr of aouthwest quar ter. I. Ihe undersigned Shet if! ol said conn ty, will eiMetosaleat public aurtion.l on I Tuewlgy, XovtmUT 11. lSXiJ, between tlie hours of nine o'clock In the loienoon and live o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at Hie south front door of the court house In Hie citv ol Farnilugton, in said Countv ol HU Francois. Missouri, and during Oie session ol tlie Circuit Court of aald county, the foregoing de Mtrilml real eUlr. ontbe follow ing lenns, to-wit: Tlie iiurrbsser t give bond w Mb good snd sultleient sevority for Hhi imr ehsM prk-e, (Hivsldc one year after ilulr. with ten er rent Interest er annum Iroin date of ssle, unless lie peeler to psy rsb In hand; proviiled, that the price at ft blch asid land shall lie soldssbsll not be less than one dollar and a quarter (II i er sere and tlie costs of advertising and selling aald land. JF.FF l. 1IIUIII.KV. Hberlff ol rf. Kranools Counly. Oi lober 1, l!SH tllHtirL'S Ktl.K I KIlKlt SCIIIM)!. Ft' Nil MUKTCACF.. WIIF.IIKAS, Mary E. Iloyd. by Iter certain deed -f luortga-e. itsleil tlie loth day ol January. llAKI. si tl reenrtled In the Hemtder's odtce of Kt. Krsneols county, kllssoiiri. In book No. 17 at page 1ISM. rooveyed lo Ht Kmncols countv, lor the use anil benefit nf the Inlisliltints of school townships No. 10, 8' an. I 81 of aald county, the following di-strrllied real estste. situate, lying and being In the County of rH. Krsneols snd btate or Mis souri, to-wit: II - . 1. -Ald-J nll.lln, rf ill ...V.I. ..,urtre of anrtion twrniv- arvrn (tiy Iu township tblrty-sevrn (;I7) ( JL ... rni rasL eontalnlntr krtr.Vu. chsZ-d by A. T. hprsdllng on tta Uh day ol Way. 14M, st partition sale In the ' .A ft ki.. 1II..M -..l...i Ijturln.lM i. - ei Vl ' Which deed ol mortlfnge was made to Knuk Url.,MM.CVilleetor of tlie Hev seeuta the paynw-nt l a certain bond In !,-! bu ',ncols eounty, Missouri, aald deed described; snd. whereas, said..,,,, trenxo Johuaon. tharle. deed of tniirtgnge provliles tbst In de fault ol the payment or ssiu oonu sua tne interest thereon seeonling to tlie tenor and elTect of said bond, tlie said County of W. Frsnoois, bv Us Hlierlff, may pr eeed to advertise and sell said real estate, or so much thereol aa may be necessary to tatlsty said bond. Interest and costs of eaeoutin said mongsge; ami, wocrrom. I - ------ - ., - hI bond ',1'0h .""""V Land, whereas, said bond h. ww ilw roil SS.i, I ! hMS IBBIlM IS 1M mVDlMII Ul unpaid; now, tnentrtorn. i. lnsi uno..jtnco HbertaotM. Ftmneois by tdrtuo a-sutlwritytrfao order of j ,L' I -onrv. -wiuir w w --7 - r . --- - . luri l mm aithuimed session of the Au gust term thereof for t will, oa Taesdiy, November 11, 1902, hwssm iis bcHirs ol nhs O'clock to the forenoon and Hve o'clock In the sfterooon of that day, at the south float door oT tlie court house, in ins cny "i rar-aiing ton, la aald County ol m. Franeota and Htate or ilisKHiri, and during the session of the Clrralt Court of sWI county, sell at publis anetloa to the highest bidder, inr cask, all the right, title, claim. Interest and estate of the eskt Mary K. Boyd of. in and tt the fere-going Oencrlbrd iwal esUte, to saUsfy aski oseU of BMXigage and JErr n mcrrt.Er. Sheet II arm. Fnwrob County. Ortobclr t, IHUL at atttA-aVsOsil No More riortgage. ST t Ig't, Banns Terre, Ms. AT FAKMINOTON, MU. "rovvvvyi t t as. miv t OiiyctJiitrn. PAID HJH COUIIPKIJCE, t RQB'-T.TD-TliEY, WATCHES, v CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware I i"noi : Sewing . Machines . and . Illaclimeiili F'm-axalnaVtoti. XkXo. AT.'llt:S M I.K'KH . . . . . CLKANklt AKH liKrAIKI l Mii:uiH"s sai.I; TAXKS. KOI! HACK lly virtue of asierial rxerutlon Issued from the nlllce ol the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court nf hi. Kmnonlt county. Missouri, dated lite 2Tlh day nf hx-pti-tulirr, l'.sr' nude returnable to the Nnveuilier tenii ol ld un for Its!, to tlie surrifr of Hi ' raiH-ius county ilim teil and to nir de llveml. in lavor of the Stale of Missouri at the relation and to the use of Frank lllehardson, Collector of lite Itevenuc ol SI. FrancoU county. Missouri, and ai'slimi lai-ob lloas and tlie unknown heirs ol Jacob Unas. I have seized and levied up on all Ihe light. Iltie. claim. Interest ami estate of the said Jacob lioaa and tin unknown belts of Jsi-ol- lloas of. In and to the billowing described real esttiti. situate, lying andbeing In iheeouniy ol ht. r ram ins and Mt iti of Missouri. Iit-wit: i hr toitlbwest quarter of the nnrtln-ast quarter of seii ion lour, tow nship thirty lour, rnnve four, containing forty arm: and I will, on Thtirxiliiy, NovciiiImt 13, 1!I0' betwi-m thr b.Mirs of nine o'clock In thr loreniMin ami live o'i-Iim k In (Ik- niter noon of I hat day. at lite south fiont door of Ihe court house, in the c'lv ol Farnilngton. In aaid coiinlv of SI. Fran cols and Mate ol' Missouri, and duriiiir ""' e"ton ol tlie Clnult lourt ol said sell at public vendue to the blgbeal bidiler for raslu all tlie rlild. title. claim, Inlcmt and estate of Ihe said .Iwnb lloas and Ihe unknown heirs nl Jamb lloas of In and to I lie foregoing described real estate, lo satisfy said ex ecution a ml costs. JKKF Ii. tllUIII.KV. rilierllT ol t. Kranoila toiinly. October 11. lisrj. Klli;illKK'8 SAI.K Taxf:. FOK HACK Virtue ol a special election IMiiod i '"c ll"'l''' r the Clem ol Ibe Cireult , 1 r4,,,rt of ' t'mnciils eounty. Mlneonrl. ....Is-r, ll. J" M. Kinneols eounty directed snd to me delivered. In favor of the Htnte ot klls- ...1,-1 ta ll. Mltall.u. .. a l . I. .. . r 1 delivered. In r. uarrett. Henry II. Wernsc, Augiul hlorrrk.rjeorge VV. Tsuslg and U lawils llnlidlng ami l-nn Association, I hsvc srliced and levh-il upon all Hie right, title, claim, interest and estate or tlie said l.orenjro Johnsnn. Chsi-fc F. Uarrett, lUnry II. W'rrnse, August C Hloros. Ueorge V. Tstistg snd the 81. Umbi lliilldlng and Loan Association ef. In am! . . . . V ii i , mi in miiowin-r ,-ieacnoeu rest estate. situate, lying and bring In the County Of , Ht. Knnooi.and Kiste of Missouri, towli: .teacnteU real estate, Tb wn( , tb) h...,, ,MrtPr of seetb !e, lowasblp thirty-four, range ' elgtl, aad I will, oa ThnnHUr, Koveoiber 13, 1902, between tlie hoars ol nine o'elork In tlie furvnooa aad flvu o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at the south front door of tba court house, la the city of Ksrailttg tna. In said Consty of 8t. Frenrets and (Hate of Mkaoun. and daring tne srssion of the eirrtitt omtrt of sakl aottnty, asll at Ttubllc vendos to the highest bnlder for cash, all Ibe light, title, claim. Interest and estate of the satd Lores Johnson, Chartrs t. Uarrett. Uonry II. tVmse, August C. Klorck, George W. Tiosig and tlMtSX fMib llulkllng aad liaa Ajsocia- tioa or. la and to the fcmtyolag dsaertbed real estate, lo satiety aaid tueeutloa and oat. I jxrr n. moni.RT, Hheriaofbt rrancoisCoBBty. Uetobar ,mui 3 SHKUIFrS SALE IX 1'AUTITIOX. Isaiah 8hsncr. I'lalullfl, I Versus I John Sksntr rt L DrfondatiU. j rairmio.. tn obedience loan order of the Circuit Court of Kl. Pranoula nounty. Missouri, made on the 1 lib day ol August, 1UV2.SI sn adjourned term of said OMirt. In the above entitled cam. 1. tlie undentlgneU Mherlfl ol sutl M. Kranrois county, w ill, on ' Tuesday. Xovemlwr 11, 11102, between the hours ol nine o'dock li the forenoon and live o'clock In tlie afternoon ft lllSt tl.V Ml tl.a M.....I. , .1 r ... . ,j . . .r,,,,, iiiiiii MIKir l lb court IwniM In 1 1 ..ir, .,r L-...... .t Ion, in said County of w. Kmniois and lte of stlssouri, and during the srastim, of the Circuit Court of said county, sell at liitblk vendue tn Ihe highest bidder the following dcsnlhrd mil estate, situate, Ivlng and lieing In tlie County of hi. Francois snd Male nf Misscurl. tu- It: The west ball ol Ihe southwest i-iiurtcr and tbrsoiilhwret ipiirter of the north est ijuartrr. ami Ihr southnent nusr trr of the southeast iiiL.itrr. all in sec tion truly-eii-l.t, ionhip Ihlrty.slx north, range lonr ea.l. rotu-ilnlng one hundred sml sixty ai-iin; on the follow ing terms, to wit: Ti 'M-nitv iMir !iit ..1 II,.. ..it,., I..,.- - ,- I l-,ll. 111-,- 111,,11,-lfe lncsill Slid the imlan.-r Iii ,..il. sei-nreil by Hole l-ruiing six s-r cent ln terest tier sitnuin.to lie u,ipniiil by the nncriu. . I- I- C II till. Ill IV Mieiill of St, Ktaiiiois t'oiitity. SUKItU F S SAI.K Ft HI HAC K TAXKS. lly viunr of sn i . inlon i.-iied In. in the olllre of Ihr Clerk nl thr( In nil Court nl fit. Krinrois roiintv. .Ml.wuirl. tlalcd the lt7th diy or N-pieinhcr Itsr. ami made rvtiltn.il.li- I., tin- ini-n.l-. li,rlo of Mud limit lor IH'i. In thr shcrlll of Franrots countv din. In) and lo io. ihllvrieil, in lavor fit tin- Slate nf Mi soiirl al thr relation and to the 11-r i. Frank l.'ii IiiihImui. Cnlii nr ot tin- Itci- enue ol St. Francois int.. ahd ,.,!,,.( Juhn K. B':!.-:., r i'ecr. i.. h. I eers. Iirorge It. IVcts. .Ii.l.n V. I'li-rs, Hiisn '.. Tnylor' Julm W. William.. F;.l Wliiaiii, hallirlltie I.. M 'iii.ii.-l.l :ili-u l.egg. Kllru h. Uiitbcriord nml .lo.rph l rapi. I have si-tiil and Ii-mi.I upoii all Ibe r 1 1 1 1 . till., rlalm. Intrn-t and ri-iti-of the Siild .1 .ti ti F. Mat.,.., I'liHip I.. Peers, I.. K. IVets. I.nili;r t. I ii t Jobn.V. I'ri i. Sii-.m t;. 'I s lur, J.ilin w. Wllllaliis. Fd Hllliaui'. hiitherilie I.. Miinillrld. bllcn I Aim. Kllrn k. Iltiihrr- ford. and Joo pii Ti.ipp. of, 11 ml to the following dcx-ritxd i.al est.ilr. sit n itr, lying and being in the t niiniv id St. F'ran ruls and Mite of Missouri, lo-sit: Thr east ball of Ihe soiilhuesl 1pl.1rl.-r Slid the west hall ol the soiitln-sJt quaiti r ol sn-llon eig!ile.-ii. loisnsliip llnny-loiii, nnge live; and 1 will, on Tinirwliiy, N'iiveiiil.i i- 1;!, liHi'J, U l r n the hours nf r.l;n o'. in. k Iu Ibe hurnoon and lite o'clock in lln-:ill. rnoon ol ll.at ilar, at the eouih Ii.m.i door of the roiirt hotisc. In Ihoiiv nl Kariiiiiigloii. In Ihe said t uumy ol SI. Ki im-.it. mid Slate ol Mis-oiiri, anil iliiilnv II." sc-lon ot Ihe irruil Court of .aid n'l . -n-ll nl plll.ilr irndtir lo Ibe bighi .1 hid lrr (or -ah all Ihe right, till. . .-I.ii.n. intrir.t ami slate of Ibe said John F.. it.in I'liiitp K. I'ts-ts. I, h. I'l. t-. t,..r..(- II I'.-.-t.. John V. Tc-rs. Su-.n I.. I'avlnr. .luhti William.. Fd W ;'ll.iii.'. h,,il tn e .. M.in.lii Id. Film Ugg. !:il, ti K. Iliithn lord and Jo'epli 'l'i;ipp 1.1. in ..ml to the hirr-jolng des. tth.-d leal r.l.ilr to sail. IV aid cxrt ulloii ami 1 u.t-. .11. IF Ii llli.llll.N. Slu till ol St. I 1. 1. lull- I nil. ill . Ill llilli , II. p.KIJ. Aclruinittiutrix s Notii-o Net Ire t. lirt.-h, rl, ,. , ), , i ; , , ,, ;. mlni-lmtliin .-r. -u ml- I ! n..- ini-l.-i Isni'il liy lt. 1 1, .1, 1 1 , . i:,t ,, tu,, '"U Ii Ul--..tl, , I). I .M . .1 1 ,, IN-tiilirt I 1.11 ,... , .(.it.. .., .1 Wlt.i l IV Kt: Ii,,! All Mr-,in- l.avlii. . ia., 11. .11.1.-, ..1 1,1 ..late an- I- iuii,-. i. . .int.it ti ,u 1,, in,. Ailinliil.lmtilv l..r ,u:..i. .ni.e nitiun .n rar Innit Iii.-l ii., -f ,i. li-iti'i.,,1 it..., amy lie i-i rl.nl. -,l 1 u,, u-n. nt . ,1 -.11,1 "t.lt-. iin.i II Iti.t i-xlill.M.-,! .. all , M. :',. Wltlllll IWO raiS IL,. 1. tl.e.llte ut,.)i Irtlrts til.) U til is- ti.,..-i i.me.l M V. I. HI l I I,. X.Iiiii X. Ili.ili.-l '", l'-i.' 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