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,UDY CATHARTIC CUQECOHSTIPATIOIl SO I DTrtT TTTPIT rTTlttiTTT-m la ia mi niwuuuiliui UAAMlIibliTr.amrriBorniDa.lulSMnCTatfanlnaHa. fcM-i Mtsedfcneklrt free. 14, STSnUJIO lit HKDI ttk. YOU WILL BE SPARED Many household trials by engaging a good plumber a plumber that may be depended npon to do good work end ose the bast material!. Whenever it la possible, we give our pertonai supervision to what we are called npon to do. Ia any cue yen will be satisfied in ever waj. WANTED WANTtLD-AOFXTS. APPLY TO F. A. Hr abets, awl Fifth avenue, between S ud ft a. an. or 8 and t) p. m. WANTKD TO TRADE A NEWLY painted pbeetoa. in Rood condition, for work boate. Apply to Ueor-e Aster A Co. WA!T D ORDKRB TO PLAY FOB daoors and panic by J. J. Maker. Fine orchevlr bjusIo. Call at 700s evemeemh atreet or telephone 1MI. WANTED CANVASSERS TO TAKE the earner of asalable article of merit. No book: no fake. Call at rial per bou.se Sat urday, May . C. H. Kelley. WANTED TEN NEATLY DRESSED LA dte and trt-nttenien. v. ho can pla and ales', to Joinod't-.tiKlnirvrew at once. Call at iiltt Seventeenth atreet. Emerson Sarsupa rilla company. WANTED A LOCATION FOR A PHO toirrapb sttMllo to lease for a period of two to five yrarj. Must be on Second avenue, between Seventeenth and lIlKhleeDtb streets preferred. Addrew M. T. Free, f 10W Fourth uvenue. WANT D THE NAME AND ADDRESS of an a?ed christian iRdy, wbo wanta a young eonipiinb D: in a (food peiiwotnan: reads kl ud ninety; bindy with tba needle and is eu- Eatile of doing light buuaiwork. Addrest A. t II.. thtactnee. WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA snoods, watobea. Jewelry, hardware, musical Inatramcota. bicycles, clothing, dry rood a, furniture, etc. lllKfccst eaab prices paid for aeoond band Roods of all kinds aim. The above goods for aale at half the usual a to re prices. A II business transactions strictly confidential. His new number and location, 119 Uirbtecath street. Don't forget It. J. W. Jonea. FOR RENT. F OR RENT A e-RCOM COTTAGE, 3927 tlubtb avenue. I OR RENT A PTRXISHKD ROOM AT J 14.'4 Fourth Avenue. IjlOB REKT IIOt'SF. OF FOUR ROOMS. . aewer and water, J7 Twenty-Unit street. I TOR RENT-TWO FLATS IX KOF.STER hul ilm. opposite C. K 1 A P. depot. Tblrty tlrHt street. Five rooms, bath ani hot and eold water, for per noma. For in- I oi mattoo call at KcUly Utw'. or at building. . A. KowNter. TOR BALE. R SALE-TWO 1IOTU.S. GORDON A Uowman. 1jXR SALE TWO ClfOIOE HCILDtNO ' lots In Hchnell addition, one southeast eurarr Twenty -second street and Ninth ave nue, the other southeast ooraer Tweutv-tblrd street a .id Ninth avenue WU1 sell on easy term and tine to suit buyer. Addresa T. i. Helpln. M North Main street. St. Louis. a.o. MISCELLANEOUS. tfAU. PAPER CLEANED S. SEGAL It has arrived In tba city from C'blc.tito and make a specialty of eleaalaa wall paper. His method is the latest and most approved. Coin the work without injiry to the paper, and ae euaranteee satisf action. It costs no irtre th tn p r work Drop postal In 8. Urir.il. Fourth avenue, Moline. REMOVAL. 6KT TIIK BEST Plumb! ngr. Gas Fitting, Sewer .Pipe. ail Work OvAraatewd. Uosenfleld Bros., 10 THIRD AVENTTF IrENIIYROYAL PILLS BB aaafllssllfa I4bbb1 The rosy freslineM ud a Trlvety aoftneaa of the akia ia lararia My attained by thuea vat Baa Ponawi'a Coear'a ion Powder. aiaW aaaaar. - laauaa aWV ALL DH'JCCISTS a.sriaarlinllia Chkare. Montreal. Cu..lrKnItrfc, til. rDAVIS CO. The Science of the Morn In jr Fast. Dr. E. IL Dewey says that the heavy morning breakfast which is universal in America is all a mistake, Tbe hun gcr one feels is abnormal and is simply tbo acquired result cf a lifelong untime ly meaL More than this, it is often dis ea.o undergoing evolution, and many complaints are cured simply by not tak ing onytbiug beyond a small cup of tea or coffee, and sometimes not even that. until 11 or 12 o'clock. The experience of hundreds of persons proves that even the severest manual labor can be per formed for several hours "on an empty stomach and with more ease, energy end satisfaction than ever is possible alter an early morning meaL and that it rnu be done even np to high noon without unusual exhaustion or incon veuienco from the pangs of hunger. A great many people aro now giving this matter a prolonged test, and the wis dom of the method is clearly supported by physiological evidence. Exchange. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicago, May 17. Following; were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat May. opened nominal, closed 72c; July, opened 714c. closed 71c; September, cpencd 67c. cloned 67Hc; December and cloaed 69c. Corn May, opened 24Hc, closed Uc; July, opened 244c. closed !4c;Srptemb5r,opened and closed 25T4C. Onts Mar. nner.cd 1T nlnui 177.1.,. July, opened and closed 18c; September ocened ISc. closed mur Tnru u opened and cloyed nominal; July, opened n..i.2, ciosea jt.ij. lath May. opened $3.75, closed J3.75; July, opened and closed Produce: Sutter Extra creamery, HVic per lb; extra dairy, 12c; fresh rnrklnsr atnrk ITo-m cH.k stocks, $Vf per dczen. Ldve Poultry , utr.--r, 041 jt per 10; cnicKens. 7c; ducks. SffllOc. Potataea TitirhnnVa 9m 2c per bu. Itcncy White clover. 11 iMc per 10; imperiect, 751SC. Applet Commocto fancy, $1.7563.00 per bbL Chicago Live Ntoek. rfllrflQn xrn 17 tfnfra Tstlmflted rrplnt tn thm ,ia - j . 43.000: rnles ranced at 12 T7ti tnw ptps. K.6: f. 3.77-i for light. S3.S33.45 for mucn pnrKiriK, j.tj:8 j..a lor mixed, and J3.5r.fj 3.75 for heavy packing and ship ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day. 18,000; quotations ranged at $j l')fi;.45 for choice to extra, ahipping steers. S4.C02i 5.10 cond to rhnlra An tx 9; 1 4.80 fair to erood. J3.S5ji4.30 common to 'medium do., $3.70 4.20 butchers' steers. sj.6vim.uo stocKers. 4.054.50 feeders, SJ.OtKM.Cn cows. $2.60P4.50 heifers. $2.60 Duns, oxen ana stags, 13.2094.60 iexaa cteers. . ana S3.00ys.30 veal calves. Sheen and Lamhik.r:iimii ( receipts for the day, 15,000; quotations trar.gea at 3.uor(M..so westerns, $2.so9 4.20 Terans, J2.i034.90 natives and $3.25 ICC Jrt The Looa Uata lhQ:j. Bay TKnotay. SsOSS; wild. Han. straw 14. Pt-tAcaea soe. Better Fair to ehala tl fMak rnm... stuta f iwsii, id. Chicken- Sj. Tarkeye c Packs 7c. Cwl oft, inc. rattle Maiehava Par far earn fadetaaia var.a 4"c: cows ana haUara, SKceS)e: oalrea m nOti" 1 'WBPJ71- hhrap-Jc CASTORIA For Ioianti and.CMldren. Tat fa. nams OASTOZ1XA. LEUTGERT'S CRDE It a Horrible Ona if th Chicago Police Aro Correct. GHABQE HTM WITWLTE-HTJEDES. apart' That He Either Destroyed tbe Carawa la Tat mt Chamleala wr Cwt It Vp la m aaaaaaja Xaehlaa aad Tan Baraed It Pants, tha Flead Waa Tried ta Km tha Harris HonseaaM, Foaad Dead la a Pond, a Sotclda. Chicago, May 18. Adolph X Luet- gert, the well-known sausage manu facturer, was arrested yesterday after noon on the charge of having murdered his wife. Captain Schuettler of the Sheffield Avenue station made the ar rest, under explicit directions from Inspector Schaack, who has been inves tigating the case. The warrant was sworn out by the police before Justice Kersten, and that magistrate issued it at once. It Is positively stated by the police that evidence has been found that Mrs. Luetgert was killed and her bod de- atroyed with the object of hiding an traces of the crime, liuetgert Is not the only person held under suspicion by the north side police. Other arrests are to be made before night, or as soon as certain person can be found for whom officers are r.ow looking. The place where the murder and destruction of the body of the woman are believed to have taken place la -the factory at Dl- veraey and Hermitage avenues, near the tracks of the Northwestern road. Two Ways of Hiding the Crime, It is believed that after killing the woman those who committed the deed put the corpse into a vat and reduced the body by chemicals or boiling. That is one way tr.at the crime is supposed to have been hidden. . But there is an other story, and that thai after the murdor the body was stripped, cut into pieces in the sausage mill, so tha. it would ba more easily cremated, and then cast into the furnace. Her cloth ing, it is alleged, was burned In the same place. It is said that several bones arc all that have been found, and that these were taken from the vicinity cf the vat. Two finger rings belonging to the dead woman were also found. Schaak Sure It Waa Murder. "Adolph Luelgert has Just been ar rested for the murder of Mrs. Luet gert," said Inspector Schaak at 2:30 o'clock. "We have established beyond a doubt that Mrs. Luetgert did not leave her home voluntarily or commit suicide because of her husband's failure In business. She certainly was murdered and the crime is one of the foulest with which I have ever dealt. The body was destroyed, with the exception of traces, which we found in the sauscce fSTctory. near the Luetgert home in Lake View." Mrs. Luetgert disappeared May 1. Five days after the woman's dis appearance relatives of hers from the country came to Chicago and called on the police authorities with the first in timation that they had that the woman was missing. The same day A. L. Luetgert, her husband, applied to the police, and blso offered a reward of $200 foKinformatlon that would lead to her discovery. Husband Acta Suspiciously. The police at once began workingrvery diligently on the case. The husband's tardiness in Invoking the aid of the nb lice, together with the fact that the pair had rot lived happily together. spurred the department to unusual ac tivity. To the surprise of many, the husband did not give to the detectives that assistance which might have been expected cf a husband in such a case. As a measure of self-defense, and to combat the suspicion which Uls d litory action aroused, Luetgert threatened last PrMay to bring suit for abandonment against his wife. The police offered to asjist him In the preparation of such evidence as he needed. And instantly Luetgerfs case e gainst his absent wife was dropped. There were other bus piclous circumstances leading to yer terday's errost. t PACTZ. THE BUTCHER, IS DEAD. Flead Who Commuted the HaVria Crime Goea Btrd-Handed to Death. Milwaukee, May 18. Wiliam Pautx, commonly known' as Pouch, the man who murdered Alexander Harris and shot three others members cf the farm er's household. Is dead. Whether It was remcrse or insanity that drove him to the deed, or desperation due to tbe thought that he was hunted like a wild beast, will never be known, but the mur derer died by his own hand. Yesterday morning his dead body lay under the willows on the bank of a mill pond at Prospect Hill, Waukesha county, not far frcm the scene of the murder. Tha corpse had been discovered in the pond and dragged out by Miller Wood and John BeviL The body was that of a large man, young, .smooth-shaven as to the face and answering the description of the murderer as completely as any corpse could after long immersion in the water. The face was bloated. In the neck was a bullet wound, and tightly knotted about the throat waa a white handker chief. It would appear that the man had vaded Into tbe pond, shot himself and then fallen prone in the water. Xo re volver was found, and the weapon evi dently dropped from the suicide's hand when he fired. A bulky appearance about the breast pocket of the coat caused Investigation to be made and a pair of bicycle trousers irons were brought forth. This removed any doubts that may have existed regarding the Identity of the dead man. for Pouch, when fleeing from the scene of his crime. did not leave the trousers guards with the bicycle which he abandoned, but slipped them into his pocket. No wound except the one In the neck was found. The body was clothed in a dark suit. with a shirt, but no underclothing. It Is practically certain that Pouch went red-handed te his own death, and that he plunged into Hale's pond imme diately after leaving McJiiel's place. where he made his first stop after leav. ing the Harris house, for the appearance of tbe body is such as to show that it bad been In the water for a week, at least William Pautx, for that was his right name, was 28 years old and was the son of a farmer who lives in the In terior of the state, some forty miles from Milwaukee. The young man bad been employed as a farm hand by Alexander Harris, a farmer of the town of Wauke sha, whose ataee to five snOas of the city of Waukesha. On the even Ing of Thursday, Mas' a. ae applied at the Harris home and asked that he be permitted to spend the night there. His request was granted, and the next morning, Friday, when Farmer Hards went to the barn to do his work. Pautz, or Pouch, as the family called him, followed and at the first opportu nity shot his host dead. Nelson Mack- (rid, a man employed on the farm, was also in the barn and the murderer fol lowed np Ms attack on Harirs by shoot ing Mackold and leaving him for dead. Then he went Into the house 'and shot Mrs. Harris and Helen Vesaach. a ser vant, leaving them both uncODaoous and apparently dead. r The circumstances of the crime stamp It as one of the most horrible in the his tory of Wisconsin, ard the motive for the chocking deed has Keen somewhat in doubt, though the theory generally ad vanced was one of robbery. The enor mity of the crime tn comparison to the small sum that he could have hoped to gain, and the small chance that the mur derer would have to escape, are circum stances that have led many people to doubt his sanity. Belay Baca an Wheels. Chicago, May 18. Mayor Harrison at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, while seated in a box directly over the start ing point, fired a pistol and the big re lay race between teams representing Chicago and New Tork waa on at Tattersall's. At the end of the first day's riding in the first squad the Chi cago riders had respectively 80 miles, laps, and 80 miles, 8 laps; New Tork, 80 miles, 8 laps, and 80 miles, 1 lap. Second squad Chicago, 83 miles, 4 laps, and 83 miles, 3 laps; New York. 83 miles, 1 lap. and 82 miles, 3 laps. Third squad Chi cago, 85 miles, 6 laps, and S5 miles, 6 laps; New York, 85 guiles, Z laps, and 85 miles, 4 laps. Bayard Deliver! the Log. Wilmington, Del., May 18. Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, former ambassador to England, arrived in this city from New York yesterday afternoon with the log of the Mayflower in his possession. He went to the office of the Security Trust and Safe Deposit company and there deposited the log in the vaults for safe keeping until he conveys It to the custody of the governor of Massachu setts. Clark Probably Assassinated. - Milwaukee, May 18. Evidence devel cped yesterday which makes it almost certain that H. B. Clark, of Grand Rap ids, Mich., whose body was found Sat urday morning, was assassinated. Mrs. Herman Kaufer who lives where the body ,was found, says she heard the shots on the fatal night and saw a man running away from the scene at the top of his speed. Scbeol-Text-Book Law Is Valid. - Topeka, Kan., May 18. Judge Z. T. Hazen. of the district court, haa an nounced a decision sustaining the validi ty of the state school text-book law passed by the last legislature, providing for a commission. The suit to test the constitutionality of the law was brought by W. L. Johnson, an Atchison book dealer. London's Poor Will Get a Dinner. London, May 18. The Prince of Wales' fund, started at the suggestion of her royal highness to provide a dinner or some substantail meal during the week of the Jubilee commemoration for the poorest of the London poor beggars, outcasts and tenants of the slums re ceived yesterday an anonymous contri bution of 25,000. Another Victim of the Guthrie Flood. Guthrie, O. T., May 18. The body of Mrs. Francis Moore, another victim of the recent flood, was found in the Cot tonwood river, three miles north of this city yesterday. It was half buried in the sand where the Cottonwood empties into the Cimarron. Stevenson a Grandpa, Bloomlngton, Ills., May 18. A tele gram received from Harrodsburg, Ky., brings the news of the birth of a daugh ter to Rev. and Mrs. Martin D. Hardin. Ex-Vice President Stevenson now be comes for the first time a grandfather. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The 3-year-cld child of Frank Floyd, of Arroyo valley, Cal., while playing in the sand attracted a rattlesnake. The father made an attack with a club, but before he dispatched the intruder the snake darted at the little one and in flicted a bite from which the child soon died in convulsions. Telluride, Colo., reports the encounter In the Terrible and Butterfly mines at San Bernardo of a streak of solid gold, Investigate of an Inch in width, to gether with ore that runs $42 per pound. The tobacco manufacturers of the First Ohio and the Sixth Kentucky districts have passed resolutions protesting- agaimt the proposed increase of the rate of tax cn manufactured tobacco from 6 cents to 8 cents per pound. Floyd Brown and Adam Cadlek. aged about 4 years, were playing with a re volver at Oconto, Wis., when it was ac cidentally discharged, the bullet hitting Cadlek in the breast and killing him in stantly. Eddie Patton. 5 years old, was killed by an electrte street car at Chicago. He stopped wbile crossing the street and be came contused when he heard people on the aproaching car calling him to get out of tbe way. The general assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church will meet at Char lotte, N. C, May 20. There will be 200 accredited commissioners exclusive of general officers. The comptroller of the currency de clared a dividend of E per cent, to the creditors of the National Bank of Illi nois, making a total of 65 per cent. Prince Luigl Amedeo. of Savoy, duke of Abbruxsi and nephew of King Hum bert. has started from Rome with his suite, on his way to America, where he will make an attempt to ascend Mount St. Elias, Alaska. Joseph A. Rhombera'. nmnrietor of the Dubuque, la., street railway, died of paralysis while on the street in his car riage at Dubuque. The four-masted American ship Dir. Igo. owned by Arthur Sew all. 169 days cut from New York, and concerning which some anxiety was felt, haa ar rived safely at San Francisco. Contractors have begun tearing down uie Tom os prison at New York. Over 30,000 tcilors are on a strike for higher wages at New York and adjacent oueai THE BEST HAND.' Ik Was Held by aa aa "Ae Fan.' "Sar,aaid the dru stack to tda friend at tbe soda water toantaia, "I ran against a play but night that mad me think that I was the unluckiest man that ever drew a card." "What waa it?" asked tbe man at tbe fountain. "Why. I had an ace full beat by an other full. I'll tell yon how it hap pened. Ton know we bare a quiet lit tle game over here on Dearborn atreet nearly every Saturday night. Well, last night we got into a five handed game. There were J onus, a chattel mortgage man, in whose office we were playing; real estate man, a clerk for a bicycle firm, a lawyer and myself. Well, it waa a small game 2 cent ante and 60 cent limit. Along about 13 o'clock X opened the pot oh a pair of aces. The lawyer raised me half a dollar, and Julius stood the raise. Of course I bad to stand it too. I waa the first to draw cards. I drew three cards. I thought I was pretty lucky when I picked up an ace and a pair of tens, making me an ace folL The lawyer, who had raised me on three queens, drew down to his band and caught a pair of sevens, which made him a queen fulL Julius asked for one card and made a apade flush. "Well. I bet check an the go, tbe lawyer raised me another half dollar. Julius called the raise and I raised back. We raised each other till we got about f 7 in the pot. Just then the jani tor of the building appeared on .the scene. He bad been out attending a wedding and happened in at this rather unseasonable hour. He waa pretty well loaded with some kind of Scandinavian wine. He waa good and ugly. It waa a great surprise to hun to see a game of cards going on in the building over which he had control, and be knew that if the facta ever came to tbe ears of the owner of the building there would be janitor looking for a job. "Now, what do you suppose that fel low did? Why, he just walked over to that table, kicked it over and tent the cards and chips flying in all directions. Then be told us to get out, and to do it quickly; that he would call tbe police and have na pinched. "We got out and hunted up a small room in a hotel to continue the game. When we got settled down again, made a kick for the pot on the last bond. I told the boys that I had an ace full and that there wasn't another full could beat it But old Julius spoke up and said: "Ob. yes, there was. Vat do yout'inkof a janitor full?" Chicago Tribune. A Sntveylng Camera. A surveying camera, styled tbe Bridges-Lee instrument, is being intro duced in England. It resembles an or dinary camera, having a brash bound box with rapid rectilinear lens and double backs, and the usual ground glass screen. The camera body turns on a horizontal plate having a graduated rim, over which slides a vernier attach ed to tbe camera for reading horizontal angles. A clamping screw fixes the camera body to the bottom plate, which plate is mounted on a tripod head pro vided with leveling screws. On top of the camera box is fixed rotating level and telescope mounted an horizontal arm and fitted with a rack adjustment and scale, permitting vertical angles to be taken. This telescope bas a vertical wire, which bisects tbe picture on the ground glass screen, and ia coplanary with a second vertical wire inside the camera. This wire casta a shadow, which is clearly discernible on tbe sensi tive plate or film when developed, and thus marks the center line of the pic ture. Behind this wire ia a compass, mounted on a rack inside tbe camera. by means of which, when a photograph is to be taken, it can be moved back until it just fails to touch the plate. The graduation of tbe compass card is carried out on a vertical strip of trans lucent material, through which the light passes to the plate, thus photo graphing thereon the compass bearing. A horizontal fiber is also placed inside the body of tbe camera, similar to the vertical one, which, when the instru ment has been properly leveled, indi- catea the true horiaon. Engineering News, A Story of the Petersburg General Horace Porter tells tbe fol lowing anecdote of tbe explosion of the Petersburg mine in his "Campaigning witnurant," in Tbe Century: A Bur geon told us a story, one of the many echoes of the mine affair, about a pris oner wbo had been dug out of the crater and carried to one of our field hospitals. Although bis eyea were bunged and bis lace covered with bruises, he waa in an astonishingly amiable frame of mind and looked like a pugilistic hero of the prize ring coming up smiling in the twenty-seventh round. He said: "111 jest bet you that after this I'll be the most unpopular man in myreirunent, Ton see, I appeared to get started a lit tle earlier than the other boys that bad taken passage with me aboard that vol' cano, and as I waa comin down I met the rest of 'em a-goin up, and they jooxea as 11 tney naa land o' soured on me and yelled after me, 'StragglerP Only tat Yean The maidena who am elhnwnd an f all pleasure at dances by young matrons will aoueave of tha nubim whinh ah. tains at tbe court of Berlin, where the emperor ana empress set the Tqanipa of anlsr Irmkine? rm KliWI laAia sIa sust dance at all and young married ladies very rareiy. xne noor la only meant tor young people of both sexes. An expert tells of an instance where 4,000 pearl shells were taken which yielded leas than 950 worth of pearls, while in tbe same locality over AO pearls were found tn one day, cr of which was sold for f 10,000. AQnceu Iand company, on small area, got 96 000 worth of pearls from eight tone of shall. :XVLlrqaxalkAlbrAs almSatlng eToodardSeoJa' fjflhCaQsaBateanlxtaVfdSOf SOT- J4AB.COTIO. Ataafecf Beinedy for&nsfirat- 6on,Sour Stonavh.Dlnrrhpea. Wonns onvailskODS .Feverish. tats and Loss or Sleep. . JavStnafe Signature of ; -ti THCVV "YDHK. nSURAXCX; J. El. DUFORP. General Insurance 'Agent. AcrPKaptlyPtU. low as aay reliable neauissj aaa aCerA1 Teat Is II. DETJENS, Insurance Agent. and well known Fire Buffalo I V Spring Gardoa German lira Heir BsBratkira Milwaukee tsecaanles Security ..M.mknUlpBla reeras.il aaas. H h Klirwaakea, Wis Offleai Telephone 1047: Colona Sand Stone Quarries Zvzzi fersg stsne, As&lsr tsd triaslnss a tpsctiity. For ehMpmeaa, durabUlty and beauty excelled by Bono. This tone doee not waah or color the wall with alkali, eto. Plans seat ua for eatimatea will receive careful attention and be return ed promptly at oar expense. Qmarries IS miles from Book Island oa the a. 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