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THE SCKAJNTON TRIBUKE MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1895.
(These short serial stories are copyrighted by Bachcllcr, Johnson & Each
Her, and are printed InTheTribuno by special arrntiRcment.Hlmultaneous with
their appearance in the leading dnlly Journals of the lingo cities).
At Windsor '& Weekes' lnformntlun
was not difficult Ito obtain. The houses
were destined to come down very short
ly, but a week or so aso an otllce und
a cellar In one of them was lot tem
porarily to a Air. Westley. He brmmht
no rcferehees Indeed, as he paid a
fortnight's rent In advo-nce, he was not
asked for any, considering the clreiim
Btances of 'the cast;. He was about
opening a London branch for a large
Hewitt Continued to Pass It Around t'.io
Arm of cider raerchanits, he said, and
Just wanted a rough otllce and a cord
r-llir ito store Bairmles In for a few
weeks, till the permanent premises
were ready. There was another key,
end no doubt the premises might be
entered, if 'there were any special rea
son for such a course. -Martin Hewitt
gave such excellent reasons that Wln
eor & WeHtes' managing clerk Imme
diately produced ithe key and accom
panied Hewitt to the spot.
"I think you'd better have your men
handy," Hewitt remarked to Plummer,
when they reached the door, and a
whistle quickly brought the men over.
The key was Inssrted'ln the lock and
turned, but the door would not open;
the bolt was fastened at the bottom.
Hewitt stooped ant looked under the
door." Its a drop bolt," he eald. "Prob
ably the man who left last let It
fall loose and then banged ithe door, so
-that It fell into its place. I must try
my best with a wire or a piece of
A wire was brought, and with eome
manoeuvring Hewitt contrived to
pass it roun-1 ithe bolt and lift it, little
by little, steadying It with the blade of
a pocket knife. When at length the
bolt was raised out of the hole, the
knife was slipped undr It, and the
door swung open.
They entered. The door of the little
office near the door stood open, but in
the office there was nothing except a
board a couple of feet long, 'In a cor
ner. Hewitt stepped across and lifted
this, turning downward face toward
Plummer. On It, In fresh white paint
on a black ground, were painted the
BUXiLER, ClUAYTON, LADDS & CO.,
Hewitt turnod to Windsor & Weekes'
clerk and asked: "The man who took
this room called himself Westley,
We shall begin publication of another tale of adventure
from the pen of
- A. CONAN DOYLE.
It 'tells how the Brigadier GERARD es
caped 'from the old English prison at
Dartmoor, and of many remarkable adven
tures which follow his escape,- and which
lead to' a climax as pleasing as it is unex-
pected. Dr. DOYLE
ventures of BRIGADIER GERARD the
best work of his life
I "Tounr3!i man, clean shaven nnd
w?ll drcaai 1?"
"Yes, he was."
"I fancy," Hewitt raid, turning to
Plummer, "I fancy mi old friend of
yotn-3 1 In thls-Sam Gurttcr."
"What! the 'Kujcton Yob?"
"I think it's possible he's been Mr.
Wutley for a bit, nnd somebody cl.-e
for another bit. But let's come to the
Wlnror & Wcowes' clerk led the way
down a steep 11 1,: '.it of ctc ;3 Into a dark
uink-rground corridor wherein they
lighted their wny with many succes
sive mutches. So m the corridor made
a turn to the right, and ua lh? purty
p.iss:d the turn there came from the
end of tile pavs:n;e before them a four-1
fill yill, "Help! help! 0i -n tb door! I
I'm going itv.iil---r.-i.nl! On, ray Clod!" I
And there wr.s a Round of desperate
beatln:? from the li..)k'.e of the cellar
door at ths extreme end. The mm
"fomu." said Hewitt, "more
mat-.-his!" and he rushed to the door.
It was fur:en; d with a bar and padlock.
"Let me out, for Cod's sake." came
the vokv, sick and hoano, from In
side. "Let ma out!"
"All rii;ht!" Hewitt shoutod. "We
have come for you; wait u moment."
. The voice sank Into a sort of a sob
bing croon, and He-, itt tried several
keys from his own bunch on the pad
lock. Nune fitted, lie drew fivm his
Mockc-thoul; the wire he had used for
the bolt of the front door, ttiaight
ened It out, nnd made a sharp bend at
fa.1 end. "Hold a m.iteh close," he or
dered shortly, and one of the men
c'xyod. Three or four attempts were
n;'c.'ssary. and Scvei.il different bend
ing of the wire were effected, but in
the end Hewitt picked the lock and
flung open the door.
From within a ghastly figure fell for
ward nmyng them, fainting, und
kno.ked out the matches. "Hullo!"
cried Plummbc-r, "hold up. Who are
"Let's g"t him into the open," said
Hewitt. "He can't tell you who he Is
for a bit, but I believe he's Laker."
"Laker! What, here?"
"I think so. Steady up the step3
don't bump him. He's pretty sore al
ready, I expect."
Truly the man was a pitiable sight.
His hair and face were caked In dust
and blood, and his finger nails were
torn and bleeding. Water was sent for
at once and brandy.
"Well," said Plummer hazily, looking
first at the unconscious prisoner and
then at Hewitt, "but what about the
"You'll have to find that yourself,"
Hewitt replied. "I think my share of
the case Is about finished. I only act
for the Guantee society, you know,
and if Laker's proved innocent"
"Well, this is what took place, as
near as I can figure It. You'd better
undo his collar, I think" this to the
men. "Whit I believe has happened
is this: There has been a very clever
and carefully prepared conspiracy hero,
and Laker has not been the criminal,
but the victim."
"Robbed himself, you mean? But
"Yesterday morning, before he had
been to more than three banks here,
"But, then, how? You're all wrong.
We know he made the whole round
and did all the collection. And then
considers these ad-
so far, and we hope
ay, May 15,
agree with him. We shall continue to
publish the adventures of the dashing
brigadier throughout the summer.
The story in question will be pub
lished in daily instalments and will con-
tinue six' dry 3...
Palmer's office and all, and the um
The man lay still unconscious,
"Don't raise his head," Hewitt said.
"And one of you had best fetch a
doctor. He's had a terrible shock."
Then turning to Plummer he went on:
"As to how they managed the Job, I'll
tell you what I think. First. It struck
some very clever person that a deal
of money might be got by robbing a
walk clerk from a bank. This clever
person was one of a clever gang of
thieves perhaps the Hoxton row gang
as 1 think I hinted. Now, you know
quite as well as I do that such a gang
will Bpend any amount of time over a
job tlat' promises a big haul, and
thaf for such a Job tiiey can always
command the necessary capital there
are many most respectable persons
living in good style In the suburbs
whose chief business lies in favoring
such ventures and taking the chief
share'of the proceeds. Well, this Is
their Iny, carefully and Intelligently
carried out. They watch Laker, ob
serve the round ho takes, and ihls
habits. They find that there is only
one of the clerks with whom he does
business that he Is much acquainted
with, and that this clik is In a bank
which is commonly second In Laker's
round. The sharpest man among them
and I don't think thert.-'s a, man In
London could do this as well as young
Sam Hunter studies Laker's dress and
Irablta Just as an actor studies a char
acter. They take this office and cel
lar, ns we hve seen, because It Is
next door to a banlt whose front en
trance Is being altered a fact which
Laker munt know from 1:1s dally vls
lls. The smart man, Ountei, let us
tay, and I have olhei reasons for be
lieving It to be he makes up precisely
like l.ahe, false mustache, dress and
everything, and waits h :(! vlth the
rest of the gang. One of the gang Is
dressed In a blue coat with brass but
tons like a hall porter In ltuller's bank.
Do yju ree?"
"Yes. I think so. It's pretty clear
"A confederate? watches at the top
of the court, nnd th? monvni Laker
turns In from Crriihlll having already
been, mind, at the only bank where he
was so well known that the disguised
thief would not have passed muster
as soon ns he turns In from Cornhlll. I
say, a signal Is given, and that board"
pointing tc ths'.t wltlt the white Ut
ters "Is hunx on the hook In the door
post. Th"- sham porter stands beside It,
nnd as Laker approaches, says: This
way In. sir. this morning. The front
way's shut for the nllei atlons." Laker,
suspecting nothing, and supposing that
the firm have made a temporary en
trance tlnough the empty house,
enters. He ic seized when well along
the corridor, the board la taken down
an 1 the dcor shut. Probably he Is
slunned by a blow en the head see the
blood now. They take his wallet and
,11 the c.ifh h? has already collected.
Cnnter lakes the wallet nnd also the
umbrella, since It has Laker's Initials,
and Is therefore distinctive. He sim-
From Within Figure Fell Forward.
ply completes the walk in the charac
ter of Laker, beginning with Puller,
Clayton Ladd's, lust around the cor
ner. It Is nothing but routine work,
which Is uulrl ly done, nobody notices
him j arllcularly It is the hills they
examine. Mennwhlle, this unfortunate
fellow Is locked up In the cellar here,
right at the end of the underground
corridor, where' he can never make
himself heard in the street, and where
that our readers will
V I ft. PL .
next him are only the empty cellars of
the deserted house next door. The
thieves shut the front door and vanish.
The rest is tluln. Ounter, having com
pleted the round, and bagged soma 15,
000 or more, spends a few pounds In a
tourist ticket at Palmer's as a blind,
belnc careful to give Laker's name. Ho
leaves the umbrella at Charing Cross
in a cormplcuoub place, where It is sure
to be seen, and so completes his false
"Then who are the people at 197
Hack worth road?"
"The capitalist lives there tho finan
cier, and, probably, tho directing spirit
of the whole thing. Merston's the name
he goes by there, and I've no doubt he
cuts a very Imposing figure In chnpcl
every Sunday. He'll be worth picking
up this Isn't the first thing he's been
In, I'll warrant."
"Put but what about Laker's
mother and Miss Shaw?"
"Well, what? The poor women are
nearly out of their minds with terror
and shame, that's all, but, though they
may think Laker a criminal, ' thuy'll
never desert him. They've been follow
ing us about with a fealile, vague sort
of hope of being able to baillo us In
some way or help hlin If we caught him,
or something, poor things. Did you
ever heat of a real woman who'd desert
a son or lover merely bueause he was a
criminal? But hero'3 tho doctor. When
he's attended to him will you let your
men take Latter home? I must hurry
and report to tho Cluarantee society, I
"Hut," said tho perplexed I'luinmer,
"where did you get your clue? You
must have had a tip from some one,
you know. You can't have done It by
clairvoyance. What gave you the tip?"
"The Daily Chronicle."
"The Daily Chronicle. Just take a
look ut the agony column In jeater
d.iy morning's issue and read the mes
sage to 'YotV to Ounter, In fact. That's
(To Be Continued.)
Tim sn.i:xc:n ci iu:.
Cunvcrsntionnl Repression its a Nervous
Specific for Women.
"I have two or three patients who are
111 with nervous prostration, mid who
could be cured if they would stop talk
In.?," said a nerve specialist the other
"They waste their nerve tiG3ue ns fast
as I can supply It, and they nre on the
verge of hysterics nnd acute nervous
pain all the time.
"A woman, If she b? Inclined to talk
too much, should time herself just nil
she would take medicine, and allow her
self only Just so many minutes of talk.
"Now, the other day a woman who Is
troubled with Insomnia came Into my
office for treatmet. She had been tak
ing drug3. She told me about her trou
bles, and her tongue ran like the clap
per of a farmhouse bell at dinner time.
I thought she never would let up. Fin
ally I stopped her.
" 'Do you talk ns much as that verv
often, madam?' I said.
"She drew herself up and said In an
offended tone: 'This is no laughing mat
ter, doctor, I assure you. I am worn
out from lack of sleep, and though my
family do nil things possible to divert
my mind, and I make calls and see peo
ple all the time, I get steadily worse.
I am worn to a shadow, Why, last sum
"And so her tongue rattled on until I
again had to stop her.
" 'Now, listen to my prescription,' I
said. 'Go home and keep still. Don't
talk. Time your tongue wagging.
" 'At breakfast allow your husband
to read the newspaper without Inter
ruption. " 'After breakfast sew a little In your
" 'Head as much as you please. Walk
long distances If you are strong enough.
Do not make any calls.
" 'At dinner talk all you please, but
spend a quiet evening. If you go to the
theater do not talk me.eh during the
play. Exercise a little self-denial.
" 'It will be hard at first, Tor you are a
chatterer, but if you persevere you will
succeed and your nervous system will
"What did Bhe say to that? Well, I
do not think she lilted It. But if she
took me seriously I think I can cure her
In a month.
"Do I have many such cases? Well, I
should say I did!
"It Is almost safe to declare that there
never was a case of real acute nervous
ness unless the woman Is a talker.
"With a man It Is fl'fl'erent. He may
worry himself Into insanity or complete
loss of brain power If his business goes
"But the very nervous woman is sel
dom a worrier. She Is the woman of
leisure with a small family few In
numbers, I meanto direct.
"She buys their food, their clothing,
hires the servants and "keeps house."
She has no real worries? But does she
think she has? Oh, dear, yes! She
thinks she hns more to do than any
other women of her acquaintance.
" 'Keep quiet a few hours every day
nnd you will be a well woman, Is what
I toll half my women patlent3. When I
can persuade them to try it," said the
doctor to the Buston Budget, "the.
come back nnd say!
" 'Why, doctor, I haven't been nerv
ous enough to fly since I began to try
your queer prescription." "
THE FUN OF FISHING.
A youth beside the water sits,
The noonday sun la warmly beaming;
Ills nose and neck uro turkey red,
His eye with radiant hope Is gleaming.
He watches close the bobbing cork
Advance upon tho tiny billows',
A Jerk, a swish, and high above
He lands a surker In tho willows.
A fair maid trips the tennis court,
A dozen eyes admire her going;
Her black-and-yellow blazer burns
A hole right through the sunset's glow
ing. She drives the ball across the net,
ADd Into hearts consumed with wishing
Sho drives a dart from Cupid's bow;
She'll land a sucker, too. She's fishing.
My llttlo wife beside me stands
And steals a dimpled arm around mo;
A kiss upon my lips that's bait
Some Information to astound mo,
Her bonnet Is quite out of stylo,
Her summer wrap qu'to past tho using;
That lovely one so cheap at Brown's
Is Just the one sho would be choosing.
So, whether tho game bo fish or men,
The bait be kisses, worms or blushes
The place at home, by sunny pool,
Or tennis ground at evening's hushes
'TIs the old gnme the serpent plnyed
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way rw" -sw rr-n.
DR. E. GREWER,
Tho Philadelphia Specialist, and hla asso
ciated staff of English and German
physicians, are now permanently
Old Postoffico Building, Corner Perm
Avenue and Spruce Street
The doctor Is a graduae of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
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Mcrilco-Chirurgical college of Philadel
phia. His specialties aro Chronic, Ner
vous, Skin, Heart, Womb and Wood dis
eases. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which aro dlzzlncss.lnek
of confluence, sexual weakness In men
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floating before the eyes, loss of memory,
unablo to concentrate the mind cn ono
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, and dull dlstreineij mind, which
unfits them for performing; tho acluul du
ties of life, making happiness Imposslblo,
distressing tho action of the heart, caus
ing flush of heat, depression of spirits, ovil
forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams, mel
ancholy, tire easy of company, feeling a
tired In the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipa
tion, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so
affected should consult us immediately,
ard be restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of You nt Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phy
sician call upon tho doctor and bo exnm
lid. He cures tho worst cases of Ker
vouh Lebillty, Scrofula, Old Bores, Ca
tnrrh, Piles, Female Wcuknetis, Affec
tions of the Eye, Kur, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers and
Cripples of every description.
Consullntlons fro and strictly sacreol
and conlidtnl&l. Ufllce hours dully from
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 9 to 3.
Enclose five 2-cent stumps for symtpom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
I will pay one thousand dollars in cold
to anyone whom I cannot cure of EPI
LEPTIC CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DH. E. Gil EWER,
OH Tost Office Building, corner PenB
avenue and Spruco street.
French Injection Compound .
Ctir? pt'bltlTi'ly, qulrkly. (not merely check. )
(luirantccil or imnioy refunded, Avull dangerim
ruiiKtUes. l'rireftucenciier bottle. Mx Hull lea
(will cure aeveruitt caei Mint prepaid, ttecuie fmin
otjiwrvatltm, v.Jtli only ticlvuUilcally uuwie nyiluge.
to any aduresk lur f.l.tw.
,, Bld'g, Scranton, Pa.
tin MtxfM ft tk Aalft with WftlTTCn
ptjrTgaB VvDlinj, lfmm in duwm ruwtr iia ajinn .(
froM My ct.ut. If leeiad, nch troukl 1
as itMua kUaull 41 C' AA Wltlsi abVrrT SD
order we Mtv ft wrlkttD gUauante to cut or refund th aoof
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avanuaar.4