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THE RED CLOUD CI1IEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1893.
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It wnn a large, nqimro room, looking
all tliu larger fur the uliscnco of all
furniture. A vulvar, lltirlng paper
lulorncri tho walls, lint It was blotched
in places with mildew, and here and
there grout strips had become detached
and hung down, exposing the yellow
plaster beneath. Opposite the door
waH a Mhowy fireplace, surmounted by
a mantle-pleco of Imitation whlto mar
ble. On one corner of this was htuck
the fitump of a red wax candle. The
solitary window was so dirty that tho
light was lni.y and uncertain, jflvhiff h
dull gray tlngo to everything, which
was Intensified by the thick layer of
dust which coated tho wholo apart
ment. All these dotallH I observed after
ward. At prchcnt my attention wus
centered upon tho single grim, motion
less figure, which lay Btretehed upon
the boards with vacant, sightless eyes
Nttirlng up at tho discolored celling.
It was that of a man about forty-thrco
or forty-four years of age, mlddlc
M.cil, broad-shouldered, with crisp,
curling black hair und u hhort, stub
bly beard, lie was dressed In a heavy
broadcloth frock coat and waistcoat,
with light colored trousers and im
maculate collar and cuffs. A top hat,
well brushed and trim, was placed
upon tho Hour beside him. Ills hands
were clinched and his arum thrown
abroad, while his lower limbs wero In
terlocked as though his death-struggle
hud been a grievous one. On his rigid
face there stood an expression of hor
ror and, as It seemed to me, of hatred,
Mich as I have never seen upon human
features. This malignant und terrible
contortion, combined with the low
forehead, blunt nose and prognathous
jaw, gave the dead man a singularly
slmlous and upedikc appearance, which
was Increased by his writhing, unnat
ural posture. I havo seen death in
many forms, but never has it appeared
to me in a more fearsome aspect than
in that dark, grimy apartment, which
looked out upon one of the main arte
ries of suburban London.
I.estrade, lean and fcrret-llke as
ever, was standing by the doorway,
und greeted my companion and myself.
"Tills case will make u stir, sir," ho
remarked. "It beats anything I havo
seen, and I am no chicken."
, "There is no clew," said Oregson.
j "None at all," chimed in Lestrado.
' Sherlock Holmes approached tho
body, und, kneeling down, examined
it intently. "You uro sure that there
is no wound'.'" he asked, pointing to
numerous gouts and splashes of blood
which lay all round.
"Positive!" cried both detectives.
"Then, of course, this blood belongs
to u second Individual presumably
tho murderer, If murder has been com
mitted. It reminds mo of tlii .iriMim
stanees attendant on tho dntli of, Vun
Jansen, in I'trecht. i the year 18!M.
Do you remember the case, lircgsonV"
"Head It up you really should.
There Is nothing new under tho sun.
It hos all been done before."
As he spoke, hi' nimble lingers were
flyi.ig iiere, here and everywhere,
'reeling, pressing, unbuttoning, exam
ining, while his eyes wore tho same
far-away expression which I have al
ready remarked upon. So swiftly was
tho examination made that one would
hardly havo guessed the minuteness
with which it was conducted. Kinally,
he sniffed the dead man's lips, and then
glanced at tho soles of his patent
"He has not been moved at all?" he
,"No morethnn was necessary for the
purpose of our examination."
"You can tako him to tho mortuary
now," he said. "There is nothing more
to bo learned."
(Iregson had a stroteher and four
men at hand. At his call they entered
tho room, and tho stronger was lifted
ml carried out. As they raised him,
BIIKHLOCK HOLMES Al'l'llOACIlKI) 11 IK
a ring tinkled down ijnd rolled across
the iloor Lestrado grabbed it up und
stared at it with mystilled eyes.
"There's been a woman here," ho
cried. "It's a woman's wedding-ring."
Ho hold it out, as he spoke, upon tho
palm of his hand. Wo all gathered
round him and cazedat it. Thero could
bo no doubt that that circle of plain
gold had once adorned tho finger of a
"This complicates matters," Bald
Gregson. "Heuven knows, they wero
complicated enough bofoiel"
You'ro buro it dousu't blmpllfy
thorn?" observed Holmes. "There's
nothing to bo learned by staring at It.
What did you find In his pockets?"
"Wo have it all here," said Oregson,
pointing to a litter of objects upon ono
pf jhu bQUcjnBtj;rs,if tho stalra, '.'A
gold watch, No. tir.liW, by llarraud, of
London. Hold Albert chain, very
heavy und solid, (lold ring, with mu
Bonio device. (Sold pin bcJldog's
head, with rubles as eyes. Ilusslun
leather card-ease, with cards of Enoch
J. Drebber, of Cleveland, correspond
ing with tho 1-2. !. 1). upon the linen.
No purse, but loose money to the ex
tent of seven pounds thirteen. 1'ocket
edition of lloeeueclo's'Dccameron.'wlth
name, of Joseph Stangersou upon tho
flyleaf. Two letters one addressed
to II. J. Drebber anil ono to Joseph
"At what address?"
"American Exchange, Strand to bo
left till called for. They aro both from
the Onion Steamship company, and re
fer to tho sailing of their boats from
Liverpool. It is clear that this unfor
tunate man was about to return to New
"Havo you mado any inquiries as to
this man StungersonV"
"I did it at once, sir," said Oregson.
"I huvu had advertisements sent to all
tho newspapers, and ono of my men
hus gone to tho American Exchange,
but ho has not returned yet."
"Have you sent to Cleveland?"
"Wo telegraphed this morning."
"How did you word your Iiuptlries?"
"Wo simply detailed tho circum
stances, und said that wo should bo
glad of any information which could
"You did not ask for particulars on
uny point which appeared to you to bo
"I asked about Stungcrson."
"Nothing else? Is thero no circum
stance on which this wholo case ap
pears to hinge? Will you not tele
"I have said all I have to say," said
Oregson, In an offended voice.
Sherlock Holmes chuckled to him
self, und uppeurcd to bo about to make
some remark, when Lcstrude, who had
been in the front room whllo wo wero
holding this conversation in the hall,
reappeared upon tho scene, rubbing
his hands In u pompous and self-satisfied
"Mr. Oregson," ho said, "I havo just
mado u discovery of the highest im-
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TIIKRK WAS BCnAWLKD I.V Iir.OOD-JIKD
1.KITKIW A BINOI.K WOItl).
portauce, and one which would havo
been overlooked hud I not mado a care
ful examination of tho walls."
Tho little man's eyes sparkled as he
f.poke, and he was evidently in a statu
of suppressed exultation at having
scored a point against his colleague.
"Come here," ho said, bustling back
into tho room, tho atmosphere of
which felt cleaner since the removal of
its ghastly inmate. "Now stand therel"
He struck a match on his boot and
held It up ugulust the wall.
"Look at that!" he said, triumphant
ly. I have remarked tmt the paper had
fallen away in tlnv.o parts. In this
particular corner of tho room a largo
piece hud peeled off, leaving a yellow
square of coarse plastering. Across
this bare space there was scrawled in
blood-red letters a single word:
"What do you think of that?" cried
the detective, with the ulr of a show
man exhibiting his show. "This was
overlooked because It was in tho dark
est corner of the room, and no ono
thought of looking there. The mur
derer has written It with his or her
own blood. Seo this smear where it
has trickled down tho wall! That dis
poses of tho Idea of sulelde, anyhow.
Why was that corner cIiommi to write
it on? 1 will tell you. See that candlo
on the mantel piece. It was lit at
tho time, and If it was lit this corner
would lie the brightest Instead of tho
darkest portion of the wall."
"And what does it mean, now that
you havo found it?" usked Oregson, In
a deprecatory voice.
"Mean? Why, it means that tho
writer was going to put tho female
name Ilnuhel, but was disturbed be
fore ho or she had time to finish. You
mark my words, when this caso comes
to bo cleared up you will find that a
woman named Kuchol has something
to do with It. It's all very well for
you to laugh, Mr. Sherlock Holmes.
You may be very smart anil clever, but
tho old hound Is best, when all Is said
"I rejlly beg your pardon!" said my
companion, who had milled tho little
man's temper by bursting into an ex
plosion of laughter. "You certainly
have tho credit of being tho tlrt of us
to flrd this out, and, as you say, it
bears every mark of having been
written by the other participant in
Jast "Ifflit's iiystory, J havo jiot
had tlnie to examine this room yet, I
but with your ncrinlsMon I shall do so J
As he spoke, ho whipped u tape
measure and a large, round magnify
ing glass from Ills pocket. With the'.e
two Instruments ho trotted noiselessly
about the room, sometimes stopping,
occasionally kneeling, and once lying
flat on his face. So engrossed was ho
with his occupation that lie appeared
to have forgotten our presence, for ho
chattered away to himself under his
breath tho wholo time, keeping up u
running fire of exclamations, groans,
whistles, and little cries suggestive of
encouragement and hope. As I
watched him I was irresistibly re
minded of a pure-blooded, well-trained
fox-hound as it dashes backward und
forwunl through tho covert, whining
in Its eagerness, until it comes across
tho lost scent. Tor twenty minutes or
more he continued his researches,
measuring with tho most exact care
the distance between marks which
were entirely Invisible to me, and occa
sionally applying his tapo to the walls
in an equally Incomprehensible man
ner. In ono plaeo ho gathered very
carefully a llttlu pile of gray dust from
tho floor and packed it away in an
envelope. Finally ho examined with
his glass the words upon tho wall, go
ing over every letter of it with tho
most minute exactness. Tills ilnuc, he.
appeared to bo satisfied, for ho rn
placcd the tapo and glass In his pocket.
"They say that genius Is an infinite
capacity for taking pains," ho remarked
with n smile. "It's a very bad defini
tion, but It docs apply to detective
Oregson and Lestrado had watched
the maneuvers of their amateur com
panion with considerable curiosity and
some contempt. They evidently fulled
to appreciate tho fact, which I had be
gun to realize, that Sherlock Holmes'
smallest actions wero nil directed to
ward some dellnlto und practical end.
"What do you think of It?" they
"It would bo robbing you of tho
credit of the case If 1 was to presume
to help you," remarked my friend.
"You aro doing so well now that it
would bo a pity for anyone to inter
fere." Thero was a world of sarcasm
in his voice, as he spoke. "If you will
let mo know how your Investigations
go," ho continued, "I shall bo happy
to give you any help I can. In tho
meantime, I should like to speak to
tho countublu who found tho body.
Can you give mo his numo and ad
dress?" Lestrado glanced at his note-book.
"John llance," ho said. "Ho Is oft
duty now. You will find him at 40
Audley court, Kennington park gate."
Holmes took a note of the address.
"Como along, doctor," ho said; "wc
shall go and look him up. I'll tell you
one thing which may help you in the
case," ho continued, turning to the
two detectives. "There has been
murder done, and the murderer was a
man. Do was moro than six feet high,
was In the prime of life, had small feet
for his height, wore coarse, square
toed boots and smoked u Triehlnopoly
cigar. Ho came here with his victim
in a four-wheeled cab, which was
drawn by a horso with threo old shoes
und ono new one on his off fore-leg.
In nil probability tho murderer had a
florid face, and tho finger-nails of his
right hand wero remarkably long.
These aro only a few indications, but
they nuy ussist you."
Lestrado and Oregson glanced at
each other with an incredulous smile.
"If this man was murdered, how
was it done?" asked tho former.
"1'oison," said Sherlock Holmes, curt
ly, and strode off. "Ouo other thing,
Lestrade," ho added, turning round at
tho door; " Mtnchu' Is tho German for
'revenge;' so don't lose your time look
ing for Miss Kuehel."
With which Parthian shot ho walked
away, leaving tho two rivals open
mouthed behind him.
WIIAT JOHN KASCE HAD TO TM.L
It was one o'clock when wo left No.
a Lauriston gardens. Sherlock Holmes
led mo to tho nearest telegraph ofllce,
whence ho dispatched a long telegram.
Ho then hulled a cab, and ordered the
driver to tako us to tho address given
us by Lestrade.
"Thero is nothing like first-hand evi
dence," ho remarked; "as a matter of
fact, my mind is entirely mado up
upon tho case, but still wcniity as well
learn all that Is to be learned."
"You amazo me, Holmes," said I.
"Surely you aro not us sure as you pre
tend to bo of all those particulars
which you gave."
"There's no room for a mistake," he
answered. "Tho very first thing
which I observed on arriving there
wus that a cab had mado two ruts with
Its wheels close to tho jurb. Now, up
to last night, wo havo had no rain for
it week, so that those wheels, which
left such a deep Impression, must have
been thero during tho night. There
wero tho marks of tho horse's hoofs,
too, tho outline of ono of which was
fur more clearly eut than that of tho
other three, showing that thst was a
new shoe. Slnco tlto cab was thero
after tho rain began, and was not
there at any time during tho morning
I havo Oregsou's word for that it
follows that It must havo been thero
during tho night, and, thereforo, that
It brought those two individuals to tho
"That seems simple enough," said I;
"but how about tho other man's
"Why, tho height of a man, In nine
cases out of ten, eau be told from the
luugth of his Btrido. It is a simple
calculation enough though thero is no
use my boring you witli figures. I
had this fellow's stride, both on the
clay outside and on tho dust within.
Then 1 hud a way of cheeking my cal
culation. When a mim writes on a
wall, his instinct leads him to write
about tho level of his own eyes. Now,
that writing was just over six fcot
from tho ground. It was child's ploy."
"And his ago?" I asked.
"Vcll, if a man can fctrhlo four and
a half feet without the smallest effort,
die caji't J)ojjulte In the sere and vel-
low Tlml was life breadth of a puildlo
on tho garden walk which ho had
evidently walked across. Patent
leather boots hail gone round and
Square-toes had hopped over. There
Is no mystery about it at all. 1 am I
Blmply applying to ordinary life a few .
of those precepts of observation and
deduction which I advocated in that
article. Is thero anything else that
"The finger-nails and tho Triehlnop
oly," I suggested.
"Tho writing on tho wall was done
with a man's forefinger dipped In blood.
My glass allowed me to observo that
the plaster was slightly scratched in
doing it, which would not have been
the caso if the man's nail had been
trimmed. I gathered up some scat
tered ash from the iloor. It was dark
in color and flaky such an ash as is
only mado by u Triehlnopoly. I have
made a special study of cigar ashes
in fact, I have written a liionogrnptl
upon thoKubjoet. 1 flatter myself that
I can distinguish at a glance the ash of
any known brand either of cigar or of
tobacco. It is just in such details that
tho skilled detective differs from tho
Oregson and Lestrado type."
"And tho florid face?" 1 asked.
"Ah, that was a more daring bhot.
though I have no doubt that I was
right. You must not ask mo that at
tho present state of tho affair."
(T b continued.)
Notice to Tcuvlier.
Notino is hereby given that I will
cxauiino all persons who tuaj desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers oftho public schools of this
couuty, at ltcd Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examination? will bo held
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade certificates is tho same no
grado below 70 por cent., average 80
per cent; for first grade certificate
no grndo below 80 per cent., average
DO per cent, in all branches required
I). M. Hunter, County Supt.
Notice Is hereby clvcn, tli.it umlcr anil liy
iiluo of an order of salt. ihhiimI from llui olllctt
of ('. II Clone cU-ik of tlie district cotirt of tliu
tenlli Juilli-liil district, within and fur Webster
county, .N'tliraskii, upon an Mellon punHim,
ilificla, wlieii'la L'liarlt'K .1. rickfnrd Is plantlll.
mid avuliist John A. Hllicrt, Mary i:. Mlicrt,
lliiriiliaiiroilli'js & Co,, l.jMiiucr W. Tnllejs,
and Ckircnct! K. liesnu. Trustee anil tiJUHi'lury
Trustee ilefi'llil. lilts.
I shall oiler fur sate at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder for cash in hand, at the east
doorof llittcoiirt-li ush, tit Itud Cloud. In said
Webster county, !eli.iska, (that lielnc tliu
liuililliiL' wherein the last tviin of suld court
was holdeii) on the li'.tli day of Pceemlirr A. I).
I SUM at II o'clock A. M.. of said dav. tliu follow-
Ihk ilcscrlhcd property to-wlt: The southeast
I arit-rni urcuon unri)-ue IJ.) lowiiiinp one
il) nor.li of rnmji' tvu'lw! M'l wont of thn mil
I'. t., containing iiccordlnu to government
simey iiiu acres.
(ihtii under my hand this 10th duyofNoveia
ber A. !.. I8W.
Oko. K. Coon, Sheriff,
by A. J, Tomi.i.nhon. Deputy.
flKO.W .ILirker, riMiitM'a Attorney.
Notice Is hereby given, tint under ami by
virtue of an order of s.ilo Issued from tin. nftlx..
of I II. Ciniie, eluik of tilt) district court of
iiiuienin judicial iiuuici, uiuilil nun lor Webs
t(r county, Nebraska, upon a decree in nunc
(Inn unliii!:, therein, wherein, A. '). lieii:.
ri.'lll.tlll. Ulld llL'lllust Mllllli'V It. MeN'Itt A.,!
tolnrlto Mc.NItt and tin Hanover N'ntli.iml
Hank defendants, I Khali oiler for sale at pub-
nu ti'iiiiui'i iu u iu "iKuesi Dinner tor cash in
hand, at the east door of the court-house, at
Ited Cloud, In said Webster County, Nebiaska,
tlhiit lielnulliobulldlni; wherein tliu last tarm
of .snld court was holdeii) on tno vr.th. iuv ,ii
December. A. I). 189.1, at II o'clock A. .M. of
s.iin uny, mu iDimuniK uescrioeii property, to
wlt. Ileu'lnnlnuat tho u. e. cornero ii. tv i.
of .section thirteen d:i) town ono (1) ratmo clov
en (it) W. ofjthe i;th 1'. M. Thence .S. variation
13- ID" east 311 feet. Thenco W. miiiiu arla-
nun iwu icci. ineuco . miiiiu variation :l
feet to uoith line of said secitou. Thence, east
alfniL' llneof said section lfioo foot to Urn nlm...
of lieKlnnliis, contalnlnc eleven (If) anil 71-100
acres more or inss an in mo norm-wc.st quarter
of stiilou iiimilivr thliteen (13) town one, (I)
ramie, ch-veii (II) west. Also the northeast
itiaiicrii kci-iioii iiiirieeu tuj town ono (l)
i ance eleven (II) W.mh 1'. M. Also the south'
east nuarter p. I of the south-west ami lots iiv
ami ix all In tho south-west nuailer ('.,) of
MM'in'ii iwenu u-) lonn cue id nmuo eleven
ill) W . t'linlainliiK 101 and 40-iiki acres.
Chen under inv hand this '.'1th nay of No
vember A. I). 1SUJ.
(Ho. K. Coon, sh-rilf.
by A, .1. Tomi.inson, Deuuty.
U.c. Cask, rialntilfs Attorney.
Ilv irtiieof an oiderof sale dlr'cted In me
f i em the Justice court of Webster county, Neb,,
in a Judgment obtained hofntc Stephen ll.tjlcs.
a Justice of tliu ie.ico ot Webster county, Ne
braska, on the sixth dav of October, 1MCI, In fa
wn of 'IhulUd Cloud Klcctrlo rinut as pliilnllir,
ami .ipdbst S. T Hurt as defendant, fcrtlio
sum oi tinny-one ami .'t-iioniH uouars. ami
costs taxed at Si:i, '.'.', ami ucciulnr; costs, 1 have
levied upon Hut fiillowliiK kooiIh and cliittels,
taken as the propel ty of said defendant, to sat.
inly said Judgment to-wil: One .sipiare 0 foot
show case, o.ip siiuatu Sfoot show case, ouo
small omiI front rhow case, one silver entice
in n, nun slat partition with arch, one small leu
chest and contents, ono dltilnj,' room extcminn,
nun steel ti Inutile, C, hlcli louhd top lunch
counter chairs, a small square tables. 1 square
di op leaf table, i stand, 1 boat arm chair ratio
seat, one pilvinl7fd Iron water tank and con
tent, ono Ian,'" icftlKciator, ono Iouiikc, -'
beatliiK stoves, one laruc. kitchen Itatmo, ono
liirue power ice cream fieeer, one water eool
r. 'J clock', one cluar lighter, i small boxes
butternuts, annall nieces ran carpet, '.! places
Initruln carpet, 1 bedstead, 1 dresser, I cninodo,
ami all Hie kitchen and illnlui; loom furniture,
ami llxtuies, und everjtlilnt; useful ami orna
mental brlonulim to tho restaurant rooms
known as tho Itelmiiulcn, In tliu Moon block at
lied Cloud, Nebiaska, alu-d at the sum or two
bundled amt ten dollars and ten cents;
And will oiler tho s.tmn for sale to the highest
b'ibler, lor cash In hand, on the sixteenth dav
ot Dicemlier, A 1). lm-'l In front of tho build
I UK known as Cli.iuev St Challln's law olllce, on
WVbsler street, the llr-t door south of tho Itluk,
at the hour of ouu o'clock p. m of said day
when and where due uttenuaucu will bei.-heu
by the mulct Mimed,
Dated Nuu'iunuriitli, 18J.I.
Ceo. 15 Coon, sherlil.
My A..I.'Iomi.insi)n, Deputy.
J.is. MeNeny, I'lalnllll's Attorney.
Notice Ishereby idven, that under and bv vir
tue of an order of Milo Issued from the olllce of
c. II. Clone clerk of the dlsltlct eouit of the
tenth Judicial district, witlili and for Wclotei
county, Ncbr.uk, i, upon a decive In an iictlnn
pending, therein, vvhcteln, lliimi.ii U, ll.uton
Is plallitllf, xml it'.-iuist Untile K. 1'Vldit. Hurry
I'elnht, .lames Walsh, Hie .lames WmIsIi Mcr
c.iullle Company anil .I.TiuucIa Smith, Tiustte
1 shall otter fur sale at nubile vendue, to tho
hlithciit bidder for cash in hand, at the cast
door of the court houso, at Red Cloud, In said
Webster dainty, Nulnnk;i, 'that belu Hie
bulldliu! wilt-mill tho hist term ot said com I
wasliolden) on tho St It dav of .military A. D,
lsS4, at II o'clock it, m., or said dav, the fallow
Inuilescilbcil property. In-wilt lot three (3)
block one (I) hi William's addition ;t lied
l loud, Webster comity. Nebraska.
tilven imiler my baud this Bill day of Decern
lerA. 1). 1WJ.
Ceo. 15. Coou. Sheriff,
by A. J. Tuiiilliison, Deputy,
James McNvDyl'lulutlfft' Attoruey,
IS A8 8AFEANDHARML1SS AS Vjt I
-A. Flcis: Seed Foialtloe. y I
It la applied right to tho parts. It
lady can uso it horsolf. Sold by
address on rocoipt of $1.
Dr. J. A. MoQill & Co., 3 and 4
For Hale by
Address THE CHIEF,
Furniture - Furniture
This may look iunny to you, but then Xnas is
coming, 1 aylor has
would be nicer for
FINE SUITE OF FUIiNITUR
I will haul anything from Trunk to a Thresh
ing Machine to any part of the city as T
cheap as an) man on earth.
Any order left at Conover & Abhight's feed store will re
ceive prompt attention. Yours for business,
City Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Farmers patronage cordially solicited. O'ood rigs at rea
sonable rates night or day. Horses boarded by day or week.
-k. "c v .- w im y m
euros all disoasos of woman. Artj
ALL DRUGGISTS. Mailod to anyi
Panorama Placo, Chicago, HL
Red Cloud, Neb.
the goods, and wi
a present than
Hi purl or V. II. Fulton, ,
Uceilseil foes collect eil JillOro
l"",,.".,!,,r,5wl,"!,,M;c"iti(iiiriiiiii . ibii hit
Amount tax lowed . :isii 5T
Amount uariaiilsdiawi . .. ais." UT
ii,,Mi!'j ;"" i,tm,llij .appointed tn examine.
Hied tliemaml imiml tim samoconeet.
(-'lux. II, roriKii, iL,im'
7l TRADE MARKS,
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