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Police Run to Earth a Gang of
CATCH THREE WELL-KBOTH CE00Z8
WagM Laa4 af Molca
aa KUU tfiaawlC aa a Man
aMt at Woaaaa Oeta lato Etoralt ay taw
Caraolta AcM Koata firiSa, Uw Eaa
Wssler, Oat aa Ball Saect aUadlas
Caaae at laaaaltv.
Chicaoo, April 6 Offioers from the
Maxwell street station raided a one-atury
trame bouao at V Bulk nap street and
ftfuodalarna quantity of stolen goods.
The home of Mrs. Froedman, at 891
Fourteenth street, was entered during her
abtencc and robbed of money, silverware,
Jewelry and clothes. The matter was
reported to the police, who soon found a
clew that took them to the Belknap
street house, occupied by Joseph Davis.
When the police went to tho place It wai
found to be crowded with occupants.
Detectives Shaughenessy and Harding
entered the front door. Thsainstant that
they wore discovered four men made a
ro-th for the back door, and there met
Officers Golden and Finnerty.
Answered wltk a Shot.
The challenge to halt was answered
with a pistol shot aimed at Golden.
Golden drew his revolver, at which three
of tho men were socure.L They wore
Idontiaed as Frank Igo, Phil Henouborry,
and Joo Howard, all well-known crooks.
Lister in the evening the police took in
Kills Fine berg, who has boon associated
with Buff Biggins, at 5:19 Newberry avj
nuo. In his possession was found somo
of tho property stulen from Mrs. Freed
man. A wagon load of material was re
moved from the Davis house, part of
which has been claimed by Weil, a tailor
at 172 Newberry avenue. Davis, his wile
and his son John were all taken to the
station. The police think they have
found a "fence" where the burglars who
have been looting w.wt side houses have
disposed of tUvir stutf.
TWO CUIC'AWO SUICIDES.
f rioter and a Woman Who Decants Tired
Cuzcaoo, April 6 John Sullivan, a
typesetter employed by tho Blakuly Print
ing cmipuny at 1S4 Monroe street and liv
ing at 41 Kush street, walked Into the
men's furnishing goods store of J. Glbbs
at Z'JVi Clors sir.vt and killed himself,
riullivau has been of late acting in a
strange in:i:iner. Ho hwl a mistaken idea
that be waa going to be discharged and
bad bothered the foreman about tho mat
ter. Just after the furnishing store was
opened in tho morning he walked in,
pulled a revolver from his pocket, fired a
bullet into his brain and fell to the floor
Mrs. Lyon of 404 West Madison street
died from tho effects of carbolic acid,
which she took for the purpose of killing
herself. For some time she has been very
despondont and has several times intl
matud her intention of committing sui
cide. rbo went to her bedroom and some
time bfterward was heard groaning. In
vestigation was made, which resulted In
the discovery that the woman htd taken
Cchwelnfartli Case 1'oatpoaed.
Cdicauo, April 6 The case In which
tho Krickrord "Christ," George Jacob
Scbweinfurth, is one of the defendants
has keen postponed again until next
Tuesday morning, owing to intervening
matters. Tho care was on call, but the
only representative for the defense who
was pruaeut when the court opened waa
Kev. Franci Ward, a deputy and co-de-tendant
of tho Tcnerable promulgator of
earthly heavens. The cose promises to be
one of considerable Interest, as the wit
nesses for tho prosecution are nearly all
ot them ex-angels from the e&hwelnl urth
GrilUn Out on nIL,
CntCAoo, April 6 The federal grand
jury, which will bo ciiled to sit in May,
will take up tho case of Frederick W.
Griffin, tho assistant cashier of the North
western National bank, who got away
with f- 1,0X1. Unffia is now out on bail
of tlo.UOtlL His boniismen are Christo
pher Watnus of North State street;
William D. Mr-Key, Gjorgn A. Fuller,
and Jurlgo C. C. Kohlsa.it. It is Griffin's
present purpose to plead guilty, hoping
thereby to get a light sentence. Under
the statutes he can be sent to prison for
not less than live year or more than ten.
Iaww I ruin Reading Novels.
CniCAUO, April S Mrs. Martha Jane
Clark, who lives at 39 Fry street, was
taken to Jefferson from tho detention hos
pital mentally deranged, it is said, from
constant rovol reading. Her physician
says she lost so much sleep reading novels
at night that her .mind bccniue affected.
Saturday It was noticed Mrs. Clark was
acting sir merely. She gradually became
worse, and finally her malady took a vio
lent turn, and it was fouuu necessary to
remove her to the detention hospital.
Will Not ICcwpea tho Caae.
Chicago, April 6. Judge Ewing ad.
hered to his defense of Mrs. Stiles and
wlthont listening to any arguments re
fused to grant the motion made by Mr.
Walker to show the mode ot life in
dulged in by Herbert Crane and Lillian
Brower Stiles within the last three
New Yokk. April 6 For the third
time within ten weeks an attempt was
made to bnrn the five-story apartment
house, KJH Eighth avenue in which there
were thirteen families. The last fire was
stt rted on thj ground fl or tn the hall
way just as the other two fires were.
The tenents believe, too, that some drug
was put with the material set on fire as
the fumes arose through the house stupt
fying the people In their bods. The mo
tive of the incendiary, it is surmised, was
robbery, for on the first two occasions
thing weiv stolen from the house.
Killed Hlseself for Trivial Came.
Pakis, Ills., April 6 At Wetael Sta
tion, fire miles north of this city, Thomas
Coleman, a youth 16 years ot age, com
mitted suicide by hanging himself from a
ratter in the barn. Toe cause for the act
was exoredingly trivial. He had bought
a new plow, which he was anxious to try
in breaking some sod ground, bu his
mot her wiaiied him to perform some other
task about the house. He complied with
her tvquust, then went to the barn,
climbed to a beam in the upper part of
the atrncture, and, attaching a tope to
rafter, swung off. . .
PASSING OF OSCAR WILDE.
VrapHet of the A erf belie Coavtotod of a
Terjr t'aaeetttetic Offense.
Loxdox, April . Just as the -counsel
for the Marquis of Quocnsberry was ready
to Introduce testimony to prove the al
legations made by the mnrqais against
0.-ear Wilde the counsel for Wilde an
nounced that It had been agreed by the
plaintiff that he would submit to a ver
dict in favor of the marqnls as to one of
the unnameable charges against Wilde,
The jndga instructed the jury that as the
dafendanl pleaded justiacatlon the Jury
must find fur the defendant that the
charges wore true la substance and in
The jury so found and the audience
cheered. A warrant was later issued for
the arrest of Wilde, and ho was taken in
charge and to the Bow Street police sta
tion and placed in the dock. There ho
stood with his hands in his pockets while
the charge against him was being taken,
A police inspector then read the charge
aloud, and asked Wilde if he had any
thing to say, adding the usual warning
that anything he said might be used
against him. The prisoner remained ap
parently indifferent and made no reply.
He was thon searched, after which he was
locked in a cell.
Shortly after he had been locked up.one
of his friends arrived in a carriage at the
station, with a small Gladstone bag con
taining a change of clothing and other
necessaries, but the police refused to per
mit him to leave it. Neither could he be
admit tod to ball until after his arraign
ment. He has written a letter to the
newspapers in which he says: "It was not
possible to prove my case without putting
Lord Alfred DougUs in the witness box
against his father. Lord Alfred wos ex
tremely anxious to go into the box, but I
would not allow it. Rather than put him
in such a painful position I determined
to retire from the case, and boar upon my
own shoulders whatever shame and igno
miny might result from not prosecuting
th.i marquis of Queen berry."
The name of Oscar Wilde has been with
drawn from the playbills and advertise
ments of the two theaters, the St. James
and the Haymarket, whore two of his
plays are running.
Obituary: At Jacksonville, Ills., Ira
Petrio. At Normal, Bis., John R. Gas
ton, 7L At Mendota, Ills., Patrick Mo
Cormlck. At San ford. Ills., John H.
Spangler, 67. At Virginia, Ills., Levi
Lick, SIX At Deonardtown, Md., ex
Congressman Benjamin Glvln Harris, 91
Tbo row in the Claus Sprocklos family,
at San Francisco, is growing interesting.
The lntest phase is a suit for damages for
libel brought by Gus Sprockles agaiust
Philip Lederor, the Milwaukee base
ball official and cigar dealor, has become
The litigation over the famous Emma
ml ne has been settled and the heirs of W.
J. Wood are to come into property valued
It is estimated that at present the Eng
lish language is spoken by 116,000, OO peo
ple. F. P. Ireland Is likely to become gen
eral solicitor to tho Union Pacific, In suc
cession to Senator Thurston. Mr. Ireland
has a large practice in Nebraska City.
Paris is agitated over the question
whether or not Sarah Bernhardt shall be
decorated with the red ribbon of tho Le
gion of Honor.
In an address at UwfouTteenth com
mencement of the New York Trade school
ex-Mayor Hewitt said he saw the dawn
of harmony between employer and em
ploye; that these late disturbances are
among the last.
A shortage of $9 000 has been discovered
in the Carson (Nev.) mint, and more ir
regularity is expected.
Walter W. Overly, who was at one time
a prominent society young man of Kan
sas City and who married a daughter of
an official of the Chicago Burlington and
Quincy railroad, has been sentenced at
San Antonio, Tex., to two years' imprison
ment in the penitentiary for forgery of
The directors of the Lick Observatory
sre advised that the Hon. Edward Cross
ley, lately member of parliament for Hail
fax, England, proposes to present to the
observatory his great three-foot reflecting
telescope with its dome and all parts.
An excursion train will be run over the
Lexington and Eastern railroad to Jack
son, Ky., Friday, July 31, on account of
the thousands who want to see "Tom"
Smith hanged for murdering Dr. Bader.
If the banging does not take place a
At Seattle, Wash., G. H. Hellbern, man
aging editor of the Post-Intelligencer and
president of the Seattle Guarantee Loan
and Trust company, was found dead in a
bath tub. Death was due to natural causes.
At a meeting of the Plato glass manu
facturers of the country at Pittsburg. A
combination was effected and the capital
Stock fixed at 110,000,000.
Arbitration Law for Wisconsin.
Madison, April a The O'Noil arbitra
tion bill passed tho assembly ' with only
fourteen dissenting votes. The bill pro
vides for tho appointment of a state board
of arbitration. The arbitrators are to re
ceive to per day for every day they serve.
There is to be no appeal from the board's
decision to the courts, and appeal to the
board is to be purely voluntary. In the
senate the bill for relief of ex-Treasurers
Boots and Kuehn was ordered to a third
Hlstorie IS dialog- Blown Down.
Bloomisotos, Ills., April 6. The his
toric two-story brick building at 103 East
Front street is being torn down to make
room for a modern structure. The build
ing was errctod fifty-flvars ago and
was occupied for many years as a law
office by the late David Davis, and was
the scene of numerous conferences be
tween such Republican leaders as Abra
ham Lincoln, Leonard Sweet. Ward
Lam on, Asabel Gridley and William
roand Dead tn Bed.
SprixgFIELD, Bis., April 6. Major Louis
Souther, a prominent citizen was found
dead in bed hero. He was aged 63 years,
and was for many years city and manag
ing editor of the Illinois Slate Register
here. He was well-known in newspaper
circles of St. Louis and Chicago. He was
surgeon of a Missouri regiment and adju
tant of the Tenth Illinois cavalry in the
Colored Mnrderer aaagadV
ATLAXTA, Go. April S Richard Gates,
colored, waa hanged at Lagrange for the
murder of Lee Sledge, another negro, in
a jealous frensy. The hanging was tn
private. Gates died ol aiming tan hm was
going straight to heaven.
aw York rieaaolaL
Kmr York. April i.
Mnuoy on rail easy at par cent
Prime mercantile pa-er 4 $4e per oeat. Sterling-
excban(R) atrvmg, wuk aetnal boai
aent in banker' bills at IW.itto IjT de
mand and 4reliiM (or sixty dxrs; posted
ratra 4(iiW4 and Wvwj;a; onutuieruial
Silver rertiOcatss. fSW3&tHi no solas; bar
silver.saHt. Mexicaa d odars, :
United State Kuverumeut bonds firm; new
4t reg. UUJ4: do con poos, fa reg.
llfiifc a coupons, 114; reg. UlHi 4's
coupons, 112; X s r.-g. ; facinc fs ot V
Caieaa-e Grain and Pled nun.
Cbicaou, April S.
Following were ths qoot uious a the
Board of Trait today: Wue&t A;tu,
opeued clus.-d S4c; May, opened 4SH-
cWd ; July, opened l)wc, closed Ufej.
Cora April. uominaL close 1 tifcc: May,
ootued tic clueed 44c; July, opened i'toe,
ousted u. Oats April, nominal, cloved
2c: May. opened closed aMc: Juno.
oiwced&Hc closed SUfcic Pork -Jlay, opened
US.d0, vlned July, epeued l-4i,
e osed Sl&iO. lard May. opened 7.UU,
closed fa. a.
Produce: Butter Extra ere nary, fas par
lb; extra dairy. 18c; frenh paukiag Mock,
ttl'c. w c'reh stock, I'M oil, llseISSj per
dosen. Live P ultry Uhlikeaa. so per in;
tarseys, "(il,4c; ducks, UkaWic: geese, 4.0UW
A' U per doaeu. Potatoes Bur batiks, fair to
choice, 6 ,07:2 per busliel: Hobroas, j.d,;Jc:
PVerless, 8&ac: mixed stock. 57S67 heed
stock Early Ohio, ts.tdc a eeet Potatoes
Illinois, common to choice, H.9UnC3s par
bbl. Cranberries Jerseys, 9-S Ui(t7jper box.
Appes Fair to choice, $i.A0&t.0l par bbi.
Honey-White clove , 1-lbeet tijas, new stock.
Virtue; broken comb, Iti&lSc; dark comb,
pour packages, 8c; strained UaUf r ulu. &iu.
CUMasgo Live btoek.
Chicaoo. April &.
Lire Stock Price at ute Uuioa btoek
aids today range! as follows: Hoirs Esti
mated receipts fur the day UU; sales ranged
at U.tS4l4.?a pigs, fl.tklxlsi light, tLJiASJ
rough packing. $i.7ie.tt mlsatt, aud H.M J
5.40 heavy packing and u ippiug iota.
Cattle Ultimate.! receipts for the day
3.5UH; quotations ranifod at ti B.iart.40 choice
to extia shipping swori, 9i.4'i-' good to
choice ditto, HJ.:li f ir to go xL, f4.31ftt.Si
common to medium ditto, tt.Wii.it butchers'
steers. .7UoVLb I stockers, U.suwt7ii feeders,
L75-4yi.M cows fl.&J-0J helfors, li.nkoVi.IU
bulls, f13&a3.& Texas steers, and Si.3unw.ai
Sheep Estimated receipt for sua day
S.rui; sales valued at XUKkjiWiKI westerns,
1S.XKl.t. TJxae, Xauiiiti natives, aud U Xi
The Local Markets.
Corn new, 43 uM5c
Hsy Timocfcv, $ini!ltn; apian, f 9240;
wild. $610; longh X17; baled. $1.
VBCIT ASD VEaSTABLaa.
Oalans 30c per cu.
Bntsr Fair to choice, 16c; fresh cream
err Sfl -.
Jtses Freeh, 10a,
Poultry Cbtckens, 7c; turkeys, 8c
Cattle Butcher pay for com fed steers
4ft cow sad aeifers 526 : calvts
Spring lamb 11081 s heal.
Coal -Soft, loe.
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
Wnea Baby wa atck, we cave her Cnstorir.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castorin.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorhv
When aha had Children, she aveUiem Criworia.
Children Cry for
Many Internal teoiedlcs are being- skillfully S
.nil islihl V nil veniiu-tl. iinifivuli ili, hhitrii.n -T
S Labor. Leaen Palna of Chlld-btrtli, K
.a iih "rLi w u '.. m v v cy if as
teaeh uy woman t lint a pmpttntlon mcJaptr1
ffirMUMSTKITAaL lI80RiER9 will not
prepre the nyntpm f.r CblKl-uirtd; on the
cminrf,iutrmut rcmrdtit at tills titue mny
Imperil hor life. We earnestly- snv bKVAltK
of all uch; iltey cinnot, at this critical
period, do any possible pood, and their aw
mv uiuftr lawti. uiiij try PUrrIDwVlll,
TBKKAl. trmtment nhMt tnclmtr, tlius rolnx-
i tisr ana fanner), n jr a 1 1 toe parts, toat the boar
of Clilld'blrUi Is robbed of its tsBrror: and n
lwnedy on enrth docs th-a bat MM4)TH
ER'N FRIEND." For turtkfr iuSonm
The BradfteM WMnhtm 0a., Aflata, Ia.
Jotin Voile 6c Co.
Sasb, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Biding, Flooring. Waitwcoatlog
8th Street, bet 4tb and eta sv
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Cutorifa is Dr. Samnel Pitcher prescription for Infknts
and Cbildren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xareotie snbstance. It is a harmless substitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its cuarantco is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and ATind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Cantoris is an excellent rncdicfne for chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. a. C OnoflD,
" castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrumswhfoh are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
ageuta down their throats, thereby seisling
them to premature graves.
Da. J. F. KnccHzijOX,
That Cerstaar Company, TI
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
T F. BURKE,
sis - ii-t4-itj yys
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Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
ani Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, I1L Tel. No. 1288
Sole Agents for the Fsnasn.
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All kinds of carj-Biiter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth tret
i. F. KonKmu. T hVasaanau
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
II iuse Restice and Snnitarf Plumbini;. Basbtnent Ruck Island Nat. Bank
ZJ ganetunai nsei a -elsbl. monthly, racslatlus tooSlelne. Only hsrmla
kL t tLsparestdrufsshouMi aaasod. V you e-aat the ben, get
Vi. ' - I vaSSatjVl UJMI I lllA
AN V. Thf-r sre pcrraipt. n'r sr etiir, 'n tcssH. Tbe rr-e!rr (Pr. Iar) nrvrr iap.
W .i..u....rv tiiA . -Irt fir-.. I ril. I'i :.U1.B a ll-vr-l.r..i It
For sale by T. fl. Thomas. Druggist, sole irrnt. Rdc Nland.
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I Clock Sprin? Ellc
(Only Perfect Cotnb.
' Porcpaugh Circuses,
Ask your Dealer foe
msm-OH-he Wrti.. sraMSS tTBXT
" Castoria b so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any preset iptioa
known to me.
IT. A. Aacnm, hf. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. T.
Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known at regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won as to look with
favor upon it.
Vsmto HosrrrAb aire DrsrsarsaBT,
I ALUS C Smith, iVes.,
Murray Street, JTsw Tark City.
LA? EST NOVKI.TII-S IN
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OAM BK AT
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The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
H.irpurTI nsrt Minx
bv MORSE BROS
' CANTON. Ma!
Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island.
Sec and Trcas
GcttrAl siblrts drin on alvort tv lem
and MUffaU.Uo fuaratiUMl
DnnnsssiMtrn I QSIIava
Spring Curry Comb
Soft as a Rrcslu I'iUcvcrv Curve. The
Urcd try V. R. Ann 7 ar.d br Ifcrnatr. end
and Lcadinz IIorscr:pn cf tha WcrlJ.
It- Sample meilcd r-ost naid 2: cccii.
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