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Sherlock Holmes Story
The Mystery of the Dancing Men
Concluded
"You're crazy!" he cried fiercely.
-It. was be that was hurt, not she.
Who would have hurt little Elsie? I
may have threatened her—God forgive
me!—but I would not have touched a
hair of her pretty head. Take it back
—you! Say that she i9 not hurt!"
'•She was found badly wounded by
the side of her dead husband."
He sank with a deep groan on to
the setee and buried his face in his
manacied hands. For five minutes he
was silent. Then he raised his face
once more and spoke with the cold
composure of despair.
'•I have Dothicg to hide from you.
gentlemen." said he. "If I shot the
man he had his shot at me, and there's
no murder in that. But if you think I
could have hurt that woman, then you
don't know either me or her. I tell
you, there was never a man in this
world loved a woman more than I loved
her. I had alright to her. She was
pledged to me years ago. Who was
this Englishman that he should come
batwoen
ub?q1
tell you that I had the
first right to her and that I was only
claiming my own."
'•She broke away from your influence
when she found the man thatyouare.
said Holmes sternly. ''She fled from
America to avoid you,^nd she married
an honorablel Igentleman in ^England.
You dogged her and followed her and
made her life a misery to her in order
to induce her to abandon the husband
whom she loved and respected in order
to fly with you, whom she feared and
hated. You have ended by bringing
about the death of a noble man and
driving his wife!|tog suicide. That is
your record in the business. Mr. Abe
Slaney, and you will answer for it to
the law."
"If Elsie dies I care nothing what
becomes ofj me," said the American.
He opened one of bis hands and look
ed at a note crumpled up in
hi9
palm
''See here, mister,"' he cried, with a
gleam of suspicion in his eyes, "you're
not taying to scare me over this, are
you? If the lady is hurt as bad as
you say, who was it that wrote this
note?" He toseed it forward on the
table.
I wrote it to bring you here."
"Yov wrote it? There
Mas
no one
on earth outside the Joint who knew
the secret of the dancing men. How
came you to write it?1'
"What one man can invent another
can discover," said Holmes "There
is a cab coming to convey you to Nor
wich, Mr. Slaney. But neanwhile you
have time to make some small repara
tion for the injury you have wrought.
Are you aware that Mrs. Hilton Cubict
has herself lain under gravd suspicion
of the murder of her husband ar,d that
1. was only my presence here tind the
knowlndgn which 1 happened to pos
sess which has faveri tier /rom ac
ua'..iony The least tnut you owe her
to make it, ciear to the whole world
that ahe was in no way, directly or in
directly, responsible for his tragic
end."
I a&k nothing better," said the
American. "I ^uess the very best case
I can make for myself is the absolute
naked truth."
"It is my duty to warn you that it
will bemused against you," cried the in
spector, with the magnificent fair play
of the British criminal law.
Slaney shrugged his shoulders.
"I'll chance that," said he. "First
Of all. I want you gentlemen to under
stand that I have known this lady
since she was a child. There were
seven ,'.of |us
in
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Chicago, and
Elsie's father was the boss of the Joint.
He was a clever man, was old Patrick
It was he who invented that writing,
which would pass as a child's scrawl
unless you juat happened to have the
key to it. Well, Elsie learned some of
our [ways, and she couldn't stand the
business, and she had a bit of honest
money of her|own, so she gave us all
the slip and got away to London. She
had l,been engaged to me, and she
would have married me, I believe, if I
had taken over another profession,
but she would have nothing to do with
anything on the cross. It was only
after her«marriage to this Englishman
that I was able to find out where she
was.g I wrote her, but got no answer.
After that|I came oyer, and. as letters
were no use, I put my messages where
she could read them.
"Well, I have been here a month!
now, I lived on that farm, where I had
a room down below, and could get in
and out every night and -no one the
wiser. I tried all I could to coax Elsie
away.{£I knew that she read the mes
sages, for once she wrote an answer
under one of them. Then my temper
got the better of me,and I began to
threaten her. She 'sent me a letter
then, imploring me to go away, and
saying that it would break her heart
if any scandal should come upon her
her husband. She said that she
would come down when her husband
was asleep at 3 in the morning and
speak with me through the end win
dow, if I would go away afterward and
leave her in peace. She came down
and brought moaey with her, trying to
bribe me to go. This made me mad,
and I caught her and tried to pull her
through the window. At that moment
in rushed the husband with hi* revol
ver in his hand. Elsie. had sunk down
upon the floor, and we were face to
face. I was heeled also, and 1 held up
my gun to scare him off and let me get
away. He fired and missed me. I
pulled off almost at the same instant,
and down he dropped. I made away
across the garden, and as I went I
heard the window shut behind me.
Thai's God's trutb. gentlemen, every
word of it and I heard no more about
it until that lad came riding up with a
note which made me walk in here lika
a jay and give myself in your hand*.''
A cab had driren up while the
American ban been talking Two uni
formed policemen sat inside. Inspector
Martin rose and touched his prisoner
on the shoulder.
'•Its time for us to go."
•'Can I see her first?"
"No she is not conscious. Sherlock
Holmes, I only hope that if evpr
again I have an important case I sh* 11
have the good fortune to have you ty
my side."
We stood at the window and watched
the cab drive away. As I turned back
my eye caught the pellet of paper
which the prisoner had tossed upon
the table. It was the note with which
Holmes had decoyed him.
"See if you can read it, Watson,"
said he, with a rmile,
It contained no word but a little line
of dancing men.
"If you use the code which I have
explained," said Holmes, "you will
find that it simply (means 'Come here
at once.' I was convinced that it wab
an invitation which he would not re
fuse, since he could never imagine that
it could come from any but the lady,
And so, my dear Watson, we have end
ed by turning the dancing men to
good when they have so often been the
agents of evil, and I think that I have
fulfilled my Sipromise of giving you
something unusual for your note book.
Three-forty is our train, and I fancy
we should be back in Baker street for
dinner."
Only one word of epilogue, The
American Abe Slaney, was condemned
to death at the winter assizes at Nor
wich, but his penalty was changed to
penal sevitude in gonsideration of mit
igatingcircumstances and the certain
ty that Hilton Cubitthad fired the'first
shot. Of Mrs. Hilton Cubitt I only
know that I have heard she recovered
entirely and that she still remains a
widow, devoting her whole life to the
care of the poor and to the administra
tion of her husband's estate.
Constipation and piles are
twins. They kill people inch by
inch, sap life away every day.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will positively cure you. No
cure no pay. 35 cents, tea or
tablets. R. Knaul.
ScfjiesuJig
Broder Bruggen sold his saloon to
Hugo Krohnke last week, the consider
ation being $3,300.
Dr. Fuester and wife visited with
their soil Richard and family in Ida
county tast Sunday,
Misjj Jessie Griggs and Edith Wells
we
re down to Ute last Saturday to
take in the carnival.
Bob Miesnerour City Marshall was
keut at home a few days last week
but is on duty again.
John Whorton our ex-liveryman and
marshal who lives at Woolsey S. D, is
visiting here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, Peter Brodersen drove
out to Correctionville Saturday to visit
with Geo. Mahart and family for a few
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Detlefsen from
Denison are visiting relatives and
friends in around Schleswig the fore
part of this week.
Mrs. Peter Kroeger from Morgan
township returned home last Tuesday
after a three weeks' visit at Clinton,
Lyons and Davenport.
Peter Nielson and wife and two
of their children of Morgan township
were visiting with 11. Henricheen and
family southeast of Denison.
Schleswig is making great prepara
tion to entertain her visitors on Market
day. No one will regret having been
here on the 21 and 22 of September.
Following
are
the names
The
of
Great Day
Parade,
OCTOBER
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those
who went to Sioux City to attend the
fair last Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen
Schroeder, Master Herman Schroeder,
Chas. Miller and Carl
Lohse.
I'ain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Cliamberluiu'sFain Balui.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Vernon, Conn., was recently in preat
pain from a burn on the hand, and as
cold applications only increased the in
Hamation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
James N. Nichols, a local merchant,
for something to step the pain. Mr.
Nichols says: "I advised him to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and the
first application drew out the incarna
tion and gave immediate relief. I
have used the liniment myself and
recommend it very often for cuts,
burns, strains and lame back, and
have never known it to disappoint."
For sale by
Ph. A. Schl'umiikkger.
REVIEW
of Oct, 2 1869
are informed that
says,
"We
a
town is being laid out
at West Side "—The information seems
to have been correct.
mompomed 9# a
Kurloua
Hombinat'.ort of
Mute Hapera,
Sum Cenae and
Sum Mftanceiwa*
'Phone 82.
General Banking
Business Conducted.
Prices 017 Rppllcatlorv Work Guaranteed
Green Bay Lumber Co.,]
5. A'*
We handle Atlas Portland
Cement, the Old Reliable.
Get our Prices.
L. M. SHAW, PSES. C. F. KUEHNLE, V-PRES C. L. VOSS CASH.
BAM OF DENISON.
Long and Short Time Loans at Lowest Rates. Interest paid on Time Deposits
(ICCOUrjTSOF FILL SRfirjCHES OF
BUSINESS CONOUCTE©
Personal attention given to investments for local patrons.
ed in English or German.
SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE.
I j.\ WY
Re&i Estate l-caris at Lowest Rates
W. A. McHEMtV, Pres. .SEARS MolIENRY, Cash
First National Bank
DENISON, IOWA
Capital and Surplus, $125,000 Deposits, $518,675,16 Loans, $534,751.34
If your patronage and influence have, in any degree, contrib
uted to the success of our business, we thank you for it. If
as yet, you are not a customer, let this be your invitation to
become one. We will endeavor to make it both agreeable
and profitable for you to do business at our Bank. Personal
interviews are desired.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LONG OR SHORT TIME
CAPITAL, $100,000. DEPOSITS, $500,000.
CraujforcL Cotu?ty State Bai?k,
J9ei?lsoi), Iouia.
The Best Security General JBanlciiigf UuwiiiewH Farm Loans at 5
for depositors Done. per cent Interest
Incorporated under the laws of Iowa, giving best security to depositors, as each
share-holder Is holden not
ODly
hrctoslve
TIME.
Grand Eltcmo
Pagwnt
Night Ootobtr
A CORCCOUS OtSPLAY OF
&LLECORICAL SUBJECTS
PRESENTED IN A
Brilliant Blaza of
Btwildartag BAnty
GUANO COURT BALLa lltCHT OCTOBER Sttl.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
see
YOUR LOCAL ACENT.
W O S E A S
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JOHN FASTJE
CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS.
Store Shelving Office Fixtures, Etc.
I S E
Denison, Iowa
Exchange Bought
and Sold .•
Business Conduct-
for amount of stock, but his personal property Is
holden for alike amount also. State Banks are under control of State Auditor, who
can examine them at will aud published statements are according to his findings,
thus depositors have more security than their confidence in the bank's officers.
Capital stock can not be used for outside speculation or investment. The Orawford
County State Bank is the best Incorporated banking Institution In the county.
PASSAGE TICKETS SOLD. INSURANCE WRITTEN. LOANS NE60TIATED. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED.
DIRECTORATE: I DIRECTORS:
L. Oornwell, Pres. George Nueve, V-Pres. 1 h. Oornwell, George Naeve, H. P.
M. E. Jones, Oasli. C. J. Kemmlng, Asst. Cash I Schwartz, O. Tabor, J. P. Conner.
John Klinker's Meats
area revelation to those who thought they could not
get high grade steaks outside the city markets. Our
motto is that
'Nothing is Too Good For Denison,"
and we have given the people their first opportunity to
get just as good meats as they could in Chicago.
Whether we give coupons or not we give the Best
Meats ever sold in Denison, A trial will convince you.
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C. & N. W. R.
East Bound.
No. 8 due out of Denison
No. 6
No. 10, Mall train
No. 46. Way freight
No. 18— Passenger
No 22. Carrol Local
No. 21. Council Bluffs local
No 1
No. 5
No. 3
«o. 11
lo. 9, Past mall
o. 15, Fast mall
Wo. 1 Chicago.
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West Bound.
Paul & Mlnn-
enpolis Limited, (Dally) 6.18 "A'. M.
No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs
Local, (Dally except Sunday) .8. 32 A.
No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Daily
except Sunday) 1. 00 P. M.
No. 3 Chicago. Minneapolis. St.
Paul & Omaha Express, (Dally) 8. 33 P. M.
Nos.
1
and 2 stop only at Rockwell City,
Wall Lake, Dtenlson and Logan.
No. 3 stops at Arlon, Dow City, Dunlap,
Woodbine and Logan.
No. 4 stops only at Wall Lake and Rockwel
City.
Nos. 1,2, 3, and 4 are Uny h. Jl,
and 92 daily except Sunday.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
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LOCAL SURGEON I. C. R. R.
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... 2.40p.%n
7.50 p.
.... 0.47 p.
12.15 pm
10:07 a.m
6.52 p. m.
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... 7.14 a.m.
6 50 a. m.
9.35 p. m.
1.07 p. m.
.... 5 22 a. m.
.. 6.34 a. m,
12.40 p.m
Boy or Valley
lo
46
Leave
Jo 42
fo 41 Arrive
.0 45
6:05 am
2:45 am
2:46
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5:50pni
Illinois Central R. R. Time Table
—Eawt Bound—
No. 4 Omaha, St. Caul. Minneapo
lis & Chlcauo. Express, (Dally) 9 17 A. M.
No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft. Dodge Way
Freight. (Dal except Sunday) 10.35 A.
No. 32 Co. B'.ufl- & Ft Dodge Local
(Dally except Sunday) 5. 52 P. M.
No. 2 Omaha, f^t. Paul, Minneapo
lis & Chio.aeo Limited (Dally) 9. 38 P. H.
—West Bound— pn
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OFFICE IN RESIDENCE, BROADWAY. ft
H.A. BOYLE, fi
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. S'fpi I
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OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. "ISIS S*
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W. T. WRIGHT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
COUNTY PHYSICAN.
Office in Schlumberger's Pharmacy.
L. L. BOND,
sMS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
II LOCAL SURGEON C. CI N. W. R. R.
OFFICES IN LAUB BLOCK.
S DENISON CITY HOSPITAL,
J| BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.
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REASONABLE RATES
CORNER PINE A BENEFIT ST. O. C. PHONE
les
C. W. CARR P. J. BRANNON
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
OFFICE IN GULICK BLOCK
FJJ IOWA PHONE NO. 7. C. C. PHONE NO. 85. S
SI J. J. MEEHAN,-
UJ PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
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CE AT KNAUL'S DRUB
C. C.
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PHONE: OFFICE 349. RES. 2481
3j la. Phone 65 c. C. Phone 166
I JOHN M. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S] Specialist in Skin Diseases
W in O 1 8 9 11-19
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3 J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S. 51
OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUG CO.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BRIDGE AND PLATE WORK.
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B. T^PmLBROOK^D^D^S^
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WEDNESDAYS IN DUNLAP.
OFFICES IN THE LAUB BLOCK. I
R. O. MCCONNAUGHY. D. D. S.
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OFFICE IN WARSASSE BLOCK. 3j
PHONE 259 MONDAY'S IN DOW CITY,
fr
niZfrl* ESTATE
ass? 3j
£. GULICK.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. ft
I M«r. Crawford Co. Real KstaU Rxchange. jjj
O N S O N
jjj LANDS IN IOWA, NEBRASKA*
NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA*-.
OFFICE IN LAUB BLOOK.
O A N S O S O
REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS
-OFFICES IN- 1
DENISON. CHARTER OAK AND ARMOUK$
=3 AND FAULKTON, S. DAKOTA. UJ,
REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS,
J. T. CAREY. -:m
MAYOR OF DENISON. f\
OFFICE QVER THE HU3 CLOTHING STORE.
D. F. BROWhT&^SON^ &
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET
fjj LANDS FOR SALE IN IOWA. KANSAS, NEBRASKA.
AND SOUTH DAKOTA.
COLLECTIONS. MONEY TO LOAN
I CHAS. BULLOCK,
[jj IOWA AND NEBRASKA LANDS
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OVER LAMBORN DRUG STORE,
fj SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE,
nj ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
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flj
pTTOmXYS:
[II L. M. SHAW J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE.
OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS
Cj GEO. A. RICHARDSON,
S RELIABLE INSURANCE, ETC.
N A
BLOCK. BROADWAY.
tj?P?CONNER. PJEIX^ALLY
CONNER 6c LALLY.
OFFICES OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
CHARLES TABOR.
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OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
P. W. HARDING,
ATTORNEY AT LAWJ
fj
OFFICES IN
fj] NEW GULICK BLOCK, OVER DENISON CLtyTHINQCQ
S
S GENERAL LAW BUSIMESS. I
1 R. SHAW vAN': (^.
OFFICE ON MA\N STREET.
SZ£Zl
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GENERAL LAWBUjsiNESS,
FARM LOAN'S.
Ofllcn over alley's nelw store.
J. H. WALKE)|
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
REAL ESTATE ANDI COLLECTIONSJ
OFFICE OVER POSTOFB?ICE.
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