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THE ARGUS, fRIDAT, MAY 22, 1903
YIELDS UP SECET
a I I BV V f
Body of Suicide Found in Missfs
. sippi Ytsterday at
Which He . Has Made of the
Election Results of
rp guaranteed for 25 rears. Few
solid Kolii cum-s will lout M,at
loan without, wearing too thin,
to safely protect tbe works. If
VOl wbiiI watch cilw for nn.
wura, uuniDimy anil tiuauty.
B mi lo wuu Ilie key.
stone tradtKniiu-k hluiuxmkI A
maim-, ptua ror booKlet.
WATCH CASE CO.,
505 Ninth street, 40x120 sj'x
rooms ! $1,100
1018 Fifth avenue, iioxl j0 six
rooms ' $1,000
2.iQ Thirteenth street, XlxSO six
rooms . $:;,(K)0
1000 to 100:: Thirteenth a en He.
two stores antl flats $0,000
2'J.''j Thirteenth avenue. u0xK!5
live room $1,100
Twelfth street opposite T.riek
vanl. 61x::00 live rooms $1.'200
701 "Third street, 00x110 four
Fortieth slreet, 50.l.0--nine
rooms, modern imp. . .$."00
44." Seventh avenue. tll."i0
nine rooms $r,200
4325 Kighteenlh avenue, 150x140
seven rooms . $M,0O0
1211 Thirty-eihtb street. i:;ox
141 twelve r.oms. modern
improvements, worth $0,000
li:;7 Thirty-eighth street. 47x113
brick f (mi r rooms $ 1 ,300
13:!2 Fort.v-seeond street, 50xlt2
fiv rooms $1,150
1125 Thirty-seventh street, CQx
113 seven rooms '. . . . .$1,300
13111 Thirty-sixth street, 00x115
five room $1,100
3132 Ninth avenue, 25x150 four
1230 Fortieth -street, 47x110 six
rooms . ..$1.H0
1232 Fortieth street, 47x140 six
1505 Forty-ioin-th street, 50x110
five rooms $1,100
431 Forty-fort h street, 30x140
live rouius $'J00
Small Cash Payment and Monthly In
stallments. Examine my Moline List.
E. H. GUYER,
Mitchell (EL Lynde Bldg., Rock Island.
WEIGHTED HOWS WITH BOOKS
Circumstance Point to Careful
Preparation Tor the
The body f an unknown man was
found floating: in the Mississippi river
at 5 o'eloek yesterday afternoon op
posite Yntertovvn 1- Henry Turner,
an inmate of the Watertown hos
pital, who was. out 'rowing. He no
tified a number oT citizens of Water
town who went out and tewed the
body ashoi e.
Coroner Eekhart w:is ealled. and be
went to Watertown in the evening
and impaneled a jury composed of K.
Mae Taylor, (.'. K. Johnson, T. S. ('nii
11. .1. Wright, ('. V. Ih.de and Kdward
Nelson. After vlewinsr the remains a
ver liet of drowning wit returned.
An ex i munition of the body showed
plainly that tin ease was one of sui
cide, and the preparations of the end
were somewhat elaborate anil evident
ly inlei. I"d to prevent anyone from
finding: out the means that was em
ployed. Wauttd to Slay IIomtu.
About the neck was fastened
strong r e and on tills were tied a
couple oi n eks that, were I: inly in
tenile l (o keep the b dy belo'w the
surface ti'l after disintegration had
taken jdaee. To further ruard sirainst
the tied' beei inirir known the s-i'ieitle
had taken h:s hat front his head
evidenllv just before lie mini;' the fa
tal pluv.jre. and buttoned it t it lit ly in
side his coat to pevint it from ris
iit!' to the surface r.:?d leadinjf to an
In his preparations-, however, the
man failed to count upon the buoy
ancy of his body at si later Tiol and
the weights were not heavy enough
to kwp it t'.'.vvvn. The ease was very
sini'lar to the one that trek place at
C'lirtr.u last surrircr in which the
hociy; of'a resident of that city with so
pen m's of rocks fa.-t to it rose to the
surface ant! flu:1 ;ed to Fort l'yron,
where it was f tind.
The body found yesterday was that
of a man about -15 years i f ntre and
evidently of Swedish nationality. Sev
eral notes wr'ttcu in the Swedish
lsnijuajre were found, and there was
ti slip of paper upon which th" narie
C. I Fro yd, Manlius, 111., and a spec
tacle case inscribed with the name of
t I. Josephsen, the Moline jeweler.
The body was taken to Moline. antl
turned over to an undertaker pend
ing an investigation.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The DclaivJ're nnd Hudson "Coal
company has started to remove from
its mines laborers who are under 10
years of age.
The a mini "official publication of
the ricparttn t of agriculture, known
as the Year I'.ook, will Ik' printed
The F.iitish government will call a
conference of the signatories of the
F.eiiin act with the view of stopping
the barbarities of the Congo Free
Ur. .John Alexander Howie has be
come a horseman, having bought the
Swanbrough farm south of 'venuskn,
MoA'of th-' forest' fires which have
been racing north and west of t;iena
Falls, X. Y., for several days are un
Moses Hart, a negro, was shot to
death by a mob at Corinth. Miss, lie
had tired at an officer in court.
Crover Cleveland and Admiral Lnm
berton have left Middle l!ass after a
week of good fishing.
In a regular race off (Jlen Cove, I
I., the new defender Ueliance beat the
Columbia on every leg of the triangle.
'J r" first l'.ritlsh Transvaal parlia
ment was opened by . Sir Arthur
J.avv, the lieutenant governor of the
The strike fever continues rife nt
Chicago and each day witnesses a new
strike or threat of one.
The Creat Northern Express com
pany has voluntarily increased th
wages of Its messengers per
' The Montana board of sherp com
missioners ' fixes the total numltor of
uheep lost in the recent blizzard at
A .Sure Thine
It is vaid that nothing is sure ex
cept dtath and taxes, but that is nut
altogether true, Or. long's New Dis
covery for Consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
C. I. Van Metre, of Shepherdtow n, W.
Va., says: "I had a severe case of
bronchitis and for a year tried every
thing I heard of, but got no relief.
One bottle of Or. King's New Discov
ery then cured me absolutely." It's
infallible for croup, whooping cough,
grip, pneumonia and consumption.
Try it. It's guaranteed by Hart. fc
I'llcmeyer. druggists. Trial bottles
free. JJegular si.e, 50 cents and $1.
AS TO CLEVELAND'S CANDIDACY
To Nominate the Former President
AVoulrt be Suicidal to
Lincoln, b.. May In his Com
moner Mr. lirya'n makes a careful an
alysis of election results in IS'.tl to
show, as he says, that it would be
suicidal for democrats. to take up dro
ver Cleveland a.? their standard bearer
next vear. He will print a table of
the vote by stales, comparing it with
previous years, and add:
What the FJcures Shotv.
"These figures sj,,JW xv demorali
zation of the parte under Mr. Cleve
land's leadership in is'jr, and what
has been since done to make him pop-ular-.'
If the reorgani.t is insist that
tariir reform is the issue now, why
did not tariff reform save the party
in IS'.iC.? If the people have such a
profound reverence for Mr. Cleve
land, why did they not show it in
ls'.'O? If he is popidar now because
lie helped the republican ticket in
lS'.xi how can that act .be expected to
make him popular with both republi
cans a nd democra t s 7 Why should the
republicans support Mr. Cleveland in
preference to a republican who agret s
with then on every question? The
Commoner has pointed out the neces
sity for faithful adherence to the
principles of the democratic party. It
has insisted that a victory which
would betray the people, as they were
betrayed by the victory of IS'.rj, would
be more disastrous to the party than
defeat, because without accomplish
ing anything for the country it would
leave the party weaker fir future
I.Miilrn Cau Wear Shorn
one si.c smaller after using Allen's
Foot-I'ase, a powder to lie shaken in
to the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; g-ives intant relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Cures
and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
callous and sore spots. Allen's l'oot
Kase. is a certain cure for sweating,
hot, aching feet. At all druggists
and shoe stores, "5 cents. Trial pack
age free by mail. Address Allen S
Olmstcad. I.e IJov, X. Y.
Factory to Family
That's the. way we fur
nish stylish spring cloth
ing for Man, Woman or
Why should people won
der that cash stores are
often tin h-rsol 1 by us?
Xo middlemen or expen
sive traveling salesman to
pay. -From factory di
rect through :;T si ores.
Shirt Waists and Shirt
Waist Suits are here love
Buy Now Pay
107 K. Second St.,
Through to l.'ii lirady,
The dreariest household drudgery is to
carry coal and ashes to and from stoves
and grates. No need to do this penance
where Hot-Water or Steam System
is used only one fire to care for,
located just next the coalbin ; and so
Allen, Myers 6c Co
IDEAL Boilers and
We Put on Sale 1,000 Pairs of Pants LOWER than tlie LOWEST.
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UNDERSELILBNG EVERYBODY ON EVERYTHING.
Divided Imto Lots amid Each Lot ora Separate Tables
TABLE NO. l-Parvts worth up to $2.50
TABLE NO. 2-Pants worth ip to $3.50
TABLE NO. 3-Pan.ts worth vip to S4.50
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TABLE NO. 4-PeLits worth up to $6.00
SELECT YOUR PANTS
AND PAY THE
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