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THE SCBANTOT TEIBITNE-TITJ5SDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 184.
flat i'i zrmm trJM (These short serial storlea are copyrighted by Bacheller, Johnson & Bach eller.and nre printed InTheTiibune by special arrangement, simultaneous with their appearuuee in the leading dally journals of the large cities). ' . CHAPTER I. WOMAN'S WILES. : HVhcw-w-w-w! how the wind Mewl IDow it swept along the Kentish fields, driving the snow into drifts, whistling through the bare branches oil the trees, 'and hurrying the black clouds along in the lowering sky! The mail train was speeding along to Dover, and the passengers, blinking out ol the windows, shrugged their shoulders and shivered at the prospect before them. "If it's like this inland," said one prosperous-looking old gentleman, tucked up in rugs in the corner of a first-class compartment, to his opposite neighbor, "what will it be like at Do ver? Ten to one the boat won't cross -to-night:!'. . : . At the further end of the carriage a young man was sitting, who seemed mucli disturbed by this remark. ; , "Do you really think so?" he asked anxiously, joining in the talk for the first time. "It takes a great deal to ptop the mail boat." ; i The first speaker replied with the calm and pompons assurance of an ex perienced traveler. , "Well, and what do you call 'a great Ideal,' if you haven't got it there?" i And. he pointed with his finger to the pnow-covered landscape just as a fresh blast came howling round the flying itrain, covering the window with, a ithick white sheet of driving snow. The young man looked more anxious 'than ever. 1 lie was a clerk in the em 'ploy of a firm of stock broke.rs, and had (been Intrusted for the first time with a duty of great Importance.. He was the fbearer of a large amount of negotiable securities which, for safety, it was thought advisable to send by hand, and he had to deliver them in Paris on tha following day. :' When the train stopped at Dover sta tion, therefore, George Llewellyn, for that was the young fellow's name, was among tho first of the passengers to epring on to the platform, and to ask eagerly whether the mail boat was go ing to cross. TIfE DETECTIVE CAMK TJP TO HIM. f "Ko, sir. She wont cross to-night The storm's too high," was the disap pointing answer fit the official. Llewellyn, however, would not glvd op hope at once. lie had no luggago but his hand bag, and he waited about, refusing all offers of the porters to car ry it for him, and made further inquir ies, in the vain hope of at length hear ing better news. At last he becumo nwaro that some thing about him had made him an ob ject of suspicion to two men whom, by their boots, lie guessed to be detectives; and as, recognizing this, he was about to leave the station, one of these men came up to him very quietly and re quested him to step into the superin tendent's .oiliec Llewellyn' saw that it was best to pomply quietly, and, on finding him- son snut m with the detective ana a couple of policemen in uniform, ho gave at onco the fullest details as to his name, his residence, his phice of employment, and his present errand. Qe also gave up his keys, so that the detective could inspect the documents lie was carrying. ; The examination lasted a very few moments. . "Quito right, sir, thank you," said jthe inan, touching his hat with a smile, and now you must excuse me for hav ing detained you, but we've just had a wire telling us to be on tho lookout for (two well-known thieves, a man and a (woman, who are supposed to have come down by this train with a number Of stolen securities: So you see, sir, although it was a bad shot in one way (to suspect you, on the other it was a good One, for you were traveling with Securities, although they didn't happen o be stolen ones." t George Llewellyn accepted the apol jogy and explanation good-humoredly and asked if it was by order of tho po lice that the boat was stopped. ' ''Oh, no, sir. Tho weather's, re sponsible for that,", answered the man, baking his head. "Though I don't say lit won't help us to have a little more (time to look around." And he opened the door, saluting George respectfully as the latter passed out. Out in the little squalid street out Bide the station, 'with the wind whis tling round the corners and the snow melting into a dirty slush at his feet, Llewellyn asked himself what he ishbuld do. Should ha put up at a ho ,tel in the town Or should he make jhis way to the house of an old friend of his father's, who lived, as he kneit ja little way out of Dover, off the high iroad over the cliffs? He decided on the latter course. Dr. Lowe was not a man who kept early hours; and George, who remembered in 'what direction the house lay although lie had not been there since his boy- Ihood, decided that ho would be able to preach it in an hour, allowing for the (state' of tile weather. n was by this time twenty-nvo min tjast ten. .expels, and thosnow. was, 'falling less thickly. It did occur to Llewellyn that the expedition had its risks, considering tho value of the property ho was carrying, but on the other hand a night pcnt at a hotel was not without its dangers in the cir cumstances. So George, who was young, tall, muscular, and provided with a revolver, started on his way through the town. Ee could hear the roar of the waves as they broke upon the beach; he had to fight ugainst the wind when ho reached tho corner of the street. But on the whole tho wulk, for a strong young man, had its pleasures, for the snow had ceased to be blinding, and a battle with tho wind stirs young blood into pleasurable excitement. In a very short timo ho had got clear of tho town, and was on tho high road in the open country. Hero tho snow impeded his progress more than he had expected; for there Was nothing in this high bleak spot to check tho caprices of tho wind, which swept almost bare great patches of the open land, and swirled the snow into heaps in unexpected places. It was a lonely walk enough, and Georgo began to do puzzled as to whether he was keeping tho right way. There were so few hedges or trees, and the feature less character of the country made it easy for tho snow to blurr its outlines until they were quite undistinguish ablo. He felt rather relieved when ho caught the sound of human voices. lie waited, as' they seemed to be behind him. He heard them again in the roar of the wind. He hailed the unseen persons, but then tho voices ceased, He pres ently went on again until he was startled to see in the darkness between, him and the sea the dim out lines of two figures keeping pace with him at a little distance. lie hailed them again, and tho figures promptly vanished. Without giving way to any cowardly fears George bepan to wish that he had been more discreet and that he had stayed at a hotel. There was nothing to do now, however, but to go forward as quickly and carefully as he could, lor more than two-thirds of the dis tance must have been traversed by this time. Unfortunately, however, soon after this incident he lost his way, hopelessly, undeniably. lie found himself floun dering, knee-deep, in snow, over some thing which might bo a freshly-plowed field or which might be the ruins of a house, but which wus certainly not tho open road. After a few fruitless struggles to get on firmer ground George again caught sight, a little way to the loft this time, of two figures, which ho perceived to be those of a man and a woman. Just at the mo ment of his discerning them the figures parted, that of the man disappearing from view, while the woman held on her way. As she was evidently on firm ground, George made towards her at once, not calling out, lest he should frighten her. Before he came up with, her, he saw, by her walk and by her figure, that sho tvas young; and when he addressed her, saying that he had lost his way, sho turned her head quickly, and Showed him' that she was adorably pretty. So entirely was ho thrown off his balance by the unexpected sight of such a lovely face, that ho stopped short in the middle of his speech, and left her to answer a question which he had not finished asking. "You are on tho high road to St. PlaekVs," she said, quickly. "Keep straight on." And then she glanced, with a sudden shunge of expression, at the bag he was carrying. Before he could do' mora than raise his hat and thank her, she had hurried past him like a hare, with just one more look, penetrating,' intelligent, from his face to the bag in ais hand. George remained for a moment stupe Jed; he stared at the retreating figure' before- him, and fancied he saw her turn, with a gesture of invitation to Mm tc follow and catch her up. Act-! ing on tho impression, he started for ward, and then there flashed into his nlnd the words used by the detective it tho station: . "Two well-known thieves, a man and a woman" had trav-. sled down by the same train as him-. wlf! He was at once ashamed of his: nomentary suspicion that tho beauti ful girl he had just spoken to could be, iny tiling but the angel she looked; but' ier furtive and eager glances at his bag recurred again and again to his' pind. Tho wind was still blowing very hard, and the snow, which had ' for some time almost ceased, began to fall sgain in great flakes, so that the land scape was soon entirely blotted out (rom view, and George found more dif ficulty than ever in keeping the road. &.t last he saw a large, dark object in Cront of him, which he recognized as lie clump of trees which marked tho pot where there were crossroads, and where he should have to take the road on his right to get down into the vil lage, where Dr. Lowe's house stood. The crossroads were at tho highest point of tho neighborhood, and Georgo could scarcely keep his feet, much less choose his way as he approached it ' Just before he reached the turning he came to a fair-sized house of only two stories, shut In by a garden in closed by a high wall. Just us Georgo got under shelter of the wall, a door in the middle opened, and out of the darkness the voice of the girl be had Just mot spoke to him: , "You will never find your way into the villace throuirh this snow. ' Won't you come inside the house until it has left off a little?". i George stopped. He could hardly see ,the girl's pretty face in the darkness and the blinding snow; but the voice iTM alluring ift. J1 sweetness, and the temptation to look once ' more npon such exceptional beauty as hers de cided him. "Thank you. It is very good of you,. very good of you, indeed. If I am not intruding, I shall indeed be glad to ac cept your kind offer for a few min utes." Sho stepped nimbly back, opening tho door for him. Ho passed through on to a stone-flagged path, which led, under cover all tho way, to a deep porch, under which tho lamplight streamed, briirhtly and invitingly through tho open door. Tho -curtains of a large window on the right of the porch were drawn; but those on the left were still open, and allowed George to see into a dining room niado cozy by the shaded light of lamps, uud by the glow of a bright EC CAME TO A FAIR-SIZED HOUSE. . fire. He caught glimpses of armor, helmets, spears, shields, shining on a dark rich wall; and of flowers and sparkling silver on a white-covered table. George, who was half dazed by his strutrtrlo with the wind and by tho action of the snow upon his eyes, thought vaguely of the story of "Beauty and tho Beast," as ho stag gered up the stone path. There was something mysterious, almost uncanny about tho shut-in house- and its curi ously hospitable inhabitant, which made him change his mind as he real ized it, and turn, with an excuso upon his lips, to go out again. At that moment he heard a key turned in the door by which ho had come, and he knew in a moment that he had done wrong in entering. lie made two rapid steps back, and was met by the young girl. ! "This way," she said, as, passing him quickly with a smile of invitation on her face, sho led the way into the hall, to he costisced. HELP IS OFFERED every nervous, exhausted, woman suffering from " femalo complaint" or weakness. All pains, bearing-down sensations, and inflam mations are relieved and cured by Dr. Fiereo's Favorite Prescription. Jiiwdentoum, Pa. World's Dispensary Medical Association, IluffaKi. N.Y.: acmicmcn we cannot sulDciontiy thunk you fur tho e-rcut Amount of hen- flit my wife received from tho use of your medicine. 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Contains no opiates, is a serve ionic nnu Itlnotl bulltler. Muhos the pale anil punv strong and plump. Ksslly carried In vest pocket, att per box: a furstA. Rv mall prepaid with a written guarantee to cure or monej rerunoon. nnie us ntr iree weaicml bouk. sent senled In plain wrtipper, wlilou oon tslns testimonials and tlnanelal references. No eharwtt for consultations. Rewurt at imtttu limn. Hold by our advertlned agents, or address lEavt.K.iMih, nasuuicieuipie,i:aieiMro. SOU) IN SCRANTON, PA., n. 0. BANDEKBON VASUlIiOTON,CO. BPXtE,PRUti(13T8. WELSH SPECIALIS xv7 4 v vsr M.aasi n ; er.t n V j ar i mi m vta i ' in in sxev nm m a aW V BS su mxi v tv-i -f RAILROAD TIME - TABLE S Central Railroad of New Jersey. (Lehigh and l-usquohuuna Division) Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur. in cleanliness and comfort. 'Jrti-lABLkl IN EKKECT NOV. 1R. 1R. .Trains leave Scranton for Plttstou, Wllkes-Rarre, etc., at 8.'-U fc.tO, 11.30 a.m., Viii. .0i, 6.0'), 7.25, JI.Uj p.m. - Sundays,. .w a.m., i.w, 2.11, ,,ju p.lfl. For Atlantic City, 8.2a u. in. For New Yorlf. Npvvurk mill T?ll7nheth. 8.20 (express) a.m., 12.46 (express with Buf fet parlor car), S.Ui (express) p.m. Sun day, 2.15 p.m. i-or MaiK-h Chunk, Allentown, Bethle hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 u.m., 12.45, 3.U5, G.w) (except Philadelphia) p.m. Sunday, 2.15 p.m. For Lour Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at 8.20 a.m., 12.45 p.m. For Head inc. Lebanon and Hnrrisburg, via Allentown, 8.20 a.m., 12.45, 6.00 p.m. For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a.m., 12.45 P.m. Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib erty street, North river, at 9.10 (express) a.m., t.iu. i.aii, 4.30 (express witn liurtei parlor car) p.m. Sunday, 4.30 p.m. Leave Phlladelnlilu. Reaillna; Terminal. 9.00 a.m., 2.00 uud 4.30 p.m. Sunday ti.27 a.m. , Through tickets to all points at lowest rates may be had on application In ad vance 10 ine tu-Ket agent ai tne station. H. P. BALDWIN, (len. Pass. Agent. J. H. OLHAFSEN, Gen. Supt. DELAWARE AND HUDSON RAIL ROAD. Commenclna- Monday. day, July 30, all trains will arrive at new Lack awanna avenue station as follows: Trains will leave Scran ton station for Carbondale and In termediate iiolnts at 2.20. 5.45. 7.00. 8.25 and 10.10 a.m., 12.00, 2.20, 3.56, 5.16, 6.15, 7.25, 9.10 and 11.20 p.m. For Farview, Waymart and Honesdalo at 7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 a.m.,12.00, 2.20 and 6.15 p.m. For Albany, Saratoga, the Adirondack! and Montreal at 6.45 a.m. ana z.zo p.m. For Wilkes-Barre and Intermedial . .tints at 7.45, 8.46, 9.38 and 10.45 a.m., 12.05 1.20. 2.38. 4.00. 5.10. 0.05. 0.16 and 11.38 P.m. Trains will arrive at Scranton station! from Carbondale and Intermediate points at 7.40, 8.40, 9.34 and 10.40 a.m., 12.00, 1.17.2,34, 1.40. 4.M. b.U. 7.46. D.ll and 11.33 p.m. From Konesdale, Waymart and Fan view at 9.34 am., 12.00, 1.17, 3.40, 5.55 and 7.46 p.m. From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.i at 4.54 and 11.33 p.m. ' From Wllkcs-Barre and Intermediate points at 2.15, 8.04, 10.05 and 11.55 a.m., 1.101 ..XI, 0.40, V.AVt V.VO, I.M, ff.W ttllU JMU. j Nov. 18. 1894. Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and New York via D. & H. R. H. at 7.45 a.m., 12.05, 2.38 and 11.38 p.m.. via D., L. . W. R. R., 6.00, 8.08, 11.20 am., and 1.30 p.m. LeaveScranton for Plttston and Wilkes- Barre, via D., L. & W. R. It., COO. 8.08, 11.20 a.m.. 3.50. 6.07. 8.50 n.m. Leave Scranton for White Haven. Ha- zleton, Pottsvllle and all points on the Heaver Jleadow and Pottsvllle branches, via 10. & W. V. R. R.. 6.40 a.m.. via D. & H. R. K. at 7.45 a.m.. 12.05. 2.38. 4.00 p.m., via D.. L. & W. R. H.. 6.00. 8.08. 11.20 a.m.. 1.30. 3.oO u.m. Leave scranton for Hethlenem. rjanion. Reading, Harrlsburg and all intermediate points via D. & H. R. K 7.45 a.m., k.vu. 2.3H, 4.0O, 11.38 ip.m., Via D L. & W. K. It.: 6.00. 8.08. 11.20 a.m.. 1.30 D.m. Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock. To- wanda. Klmlrn. Ithuea. Geneva and all intermediate points via D. & 11. R. K., 8.45 a.m., 12.(K ami 11.35 p.m., via V., L. & v. R. K.. 8.08. 9.55 a.m.. 1.30 D.m. Niusara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and ail T nuun )4iilonl(n fnr DniViaalnn TlllfTnlrt points west via D, & H. K. U.. .4a a.m. 12.05. 9.15. 11.38 p.m.. via D.. L. & W. R. R. and Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a.m., l.jO, 8.50 n.m.. via E. & W. V. R. R.. 3.41 p.m. For Klmlra and the west via Salamanca, V a D. & H. R. R.. 8.45 a.m.. 12.05. 6.05 p.m. via D., L. & W. It. It., 8.08, 9.55 a.m., 1.30, and 6.07 P.m. Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair cars on nil trains between L. & li. Junction or Ilkes-Harre and New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension Hi-wige. ROLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt. CHAS. S.LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., Phila., Pa. A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Aft., South ilethlehem. Pa. Del., Luck, and Western. Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex press for New York and all points East, 1.40, 2.50, 5.15, 8.00 and .55 a.m. ; 12.55 and 3.50 p.m. Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel phia and tne south, 5.lu, 8.00 ami y.uo a.m., 12.; and x.M p.m. Washington anil way stations, 3.5u p.m. robyhaiiiia accommodation, s.io p.m. Express for Blnghamton. Oswego. El- mlru, Corning, liath, Dansvllle, Mount Morris uud Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35 a.m. and 1.24 p.m., making close connections at Buf falo to nil points In the West , Northwest and Southwest. Bath accommodation, 9 a.m. Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p.m. Nicholson accommodation, at 5.15 p.m. Blnghamton and Elmliu Express, ti.Oo n.m. Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego 1'tica and Richtleld Springs, 2.35 a.m. and 1.24 p.m. Ithaca, 2.35 and Butli 9 a.m. and 1.24 p.m. Kor Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes Barre. Plymouth. Bloomsbui-g und Dun- vllle, milking close connections at North umberland for v llllamsport, Harrlsburg, Hammore, Washington and the South, Northumberland and Intermediate sta tions, u.00, 9.o5 a.m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p.m. Nantlcoke ami intermediate stations. 8.08 and 11.20 a.m. Plymouth and inter mediate stations. 3.50 and 8.52 D.m. Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all express trains For detailed Information, pocket time tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket olllce, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket, olllce. SCnANTON pivisiox. In liffect Sept. 16th, 1891.' North U-iind. South Bound. 205 "403.201 iOi 201 205 la tAi 6tatlon' ?8 1" il h 'Trains Dally, 5 $ 8 P V, H Except Sunday) " ;Q " P Ml Arrive Leave A M ... 7 83... X Y Franklin St .... 7 40 .... .... 710.... West ind St .... 7M .... .... 700 .... Weehawken .... 810 .... p il p mI Arrive Iave amp m .... 80) in .... Hancouk June. 0 00 a 0.1 .... 810 100 .... Hancock 0 00 Sll .... 7 58 13 50 ... Ktarlldit 0 1H Stl .... 751 1340 .... Preston Park 0 3I .... 745 1340 .... t'umo 6Si 241 .... 7 38 1335 .... Poyntelle 040 li.V) .... 7 33 13 18 .... Delmoiit 45 358 ..... 7 S3 13 03 .... Pleasant Mt 8 55 806 .... 710 f 1159 ... Uniomlnle f0 58 800.... 7 08 1149 a h FonwtCity 710 8 lap at 8 51 11 84 8 15 Carbondale 7 31 831 8 31 8 48 fll30 013 White Bridge 7 37 f8 3S 5 37 fO 43 WOO MayHeld f T W f3 4.1 f 5 43 8 41 11 S3 003 ' Jermyn 731 8 45 6 45 8 8" 11 18 8 57 Archibald 7 40 851 5 51 8 8.' fll15 BM Winton 7 43 8 54 8 54 8 39 11 11 M Peckvllle 7 48 S 59 5 59 8 35 11 07 8 44 Olyphant 7 53 4 01 8 04 83t 1105 8 41 Dickson 754 407 807 8 19 1103 8 30 Throop 750 410 610 814 11 00 8 30 Provldeuce 8 00 414 8 14 fSIS fl057 8ai ParkHace 80-2 f4 17 618 610 1055 830 8cranton. 805 430 0 30 p M A M A M Leave Arrive A n r r at All trains run dallv exceDt Bandar. t. siiinilies that trains stop on signal for pat lenecrs. . , Secure rates via Ontario Western before purchasing tickets and save money. Day and pigas upress to too west. J. C. Anderson, flen. Pass. Agt, i. rurcroii, viv. rasa, Agt,, scranton, ra. Erfe and Wyoming Valley. Trains leave Scranton for New York ana intermediate oolnts on the Krle rail roud at 0.36 a.m. and 324 p.m. Also for Honesdalo, Hawlcy and local points at .&. a.m., ana 3.n though train, to and All the above are from Honesdale. Trains leave for Wilkes-Barre at 6.40 d. m. ana s.4i p.m. ' AMUSEMENTS. THE FROf HINGHAM 'ONE N1UHT, WED. NOV, OO IV-OVE L0, I MUHT. "SUMMERS S DEVERE'S GREAT KENTUCK The Greatest of Race Plays by J. J. Mc-CLOSKY. Sec tho Realistic Stuhlo and Great Huoa scene on the Lexington, Ky., Track. All Xew Scenery J Music! Songs! The play produced under the direction of FREDERICK DEVERE. formerly 8W0 Di rector for Kiralf y.s 81 octacles. cauia now on aalo. Regular prices. THE FROTHINCHAM Thnrs ThursOn NOV, I Mutince Night I NOV. JOSEPH JEFFERSON, RIP VAN WINKLE. Sale of seats Mnndnv. 0 m CNnir 'Ml Prices, $2.0?, $1.00, aud $1,011. Admissions, 75c. ; Gallery, 50c. ACADEMY OF MUSIC inanKsgiving uay, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. .Matinee at 2.30, Evening at 8. Composed of some of the best Vaudeville Artists on the stage, and aiving a good performance. The entertainment to close with a 4- round scientific ex hibition of sparring between George - Dixon, taampion f eather weight of the World, anu rttur. jack L.1I1LH, ol 1'Utlada. Rofftllar rtrtcPN. flaln nf taut nnAnfl Tuoa. dy, Nov. '.7, at K a. m. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. rnlUAT, NUV. SO. Eugene Robinson's Superb Production, THE NEW Paul Kauvar Special Scenery and Effects. A Strong Dramatic Cast. Multum Em Onus. HEAR.". THE.". GRENADIER .. QUARTETTE Regular lirices. Sale of seats ODens Wednes. day, Nov. 28, DAVIS' THEATER 3 Nights. 3 Matinees. t THE- fl Big Comedy and Vaudeville Co. firr THE REAL TH1NR. Ml TWO l.AUUHABLE BURLESQUES. 0LL HENKY WILLIAMS, the World's Great est Buck Dancer, with the I'lckanlnnio Band ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS Two performances daily at2.30und8.15p.tn. 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I Viotor B Bloyoles, Pusumatto Tire,sc- ona nana v 1 Viotor B Bicycle, Pneumatlo Tire, now 80 1 Beeure B oyole, Pneumatlo Ttre, aeo- ond-bana lLovel Diamond Bloyclt, Bolld Tire, seoond-haua a 1 Ladies' Bloyole, Solid Tire, second hand I Victor A Bicycle, Bolld Tire, second i nana 1 Viator 0 Bicycle, M In. cushion Tire, m second-hand 1 Viotor B Bicycle, W In. Cushion Tin, secondhand 0 1 Columbian t Bicycle, Pneomatlo Tire, M 1 Ohainleas Bicycle, Pneumatlo Tire, . early new ... v" . Come Early for. Bargains. Lawn . Tennis Racquets at a db count or one-third ior , two weeks. J, )f WILLIAMS & BRO. 314 UCUWUM AVL EXTRA i vA