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THE AKGUS. MONDAY. APIttL' 0, 191.
For S ale. Rent. Exchange and SdisceS
laaeous wants inserted oaa day at le
per w-orl. three days at c per word
aad one -week at He per xrord.
S:tuaticts wasted" aad local "Help
wants act exceeding three lines in
serted cae week ia tie DAILY ARGUS
F"R E2VTTni-Vtl rats; c satire ai
WAST2& a ri rri fi rwl S.;iert:
ei'ti:T at 5. IK9 4t i artm.
TriSnD-6.r!ti.i tt E.ot : I- iri
? ti t-rv or w-v- t a.-j p-ne.
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WASTED a j.:t?o kt t -r dr.vr :a
Frrtx ?ntr Ti.;ri r-i' Wrrr .-
Aa reiaa tt Irfr
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WASTED rr a4 tr-r: rr-
TUTOSET TO LAAS-On i:l e-
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WiJTIMi or tir- rx-l sa :o r:r---
WT rj kt-rc-s h. tot '.trwz. tl c it
tr: : M-i TT!:i-r. $: j asi tHi
B:o:i"j:trrtttiia- A; fir n:rt. in
fair fcr. LLKirl. Sster:aoci, cr-a
GET YOUR PICTURES
fc?' F.rM -1a w.rc
CHAS. R. WHEELAX.
Undertaking and Embalming
Iim:t"l B'.xi. 7o. V 9.-JL St.. Poci Islati.
iDtroof. w.'.a tre l4 i:irctvt S.Z.-1 I
"'t? 'tcir-i :h nrrrt of 51:. G. E. Ei, i
of Ctiro. a rtrt frr". c:nr-yr -A era- j
aerol It Ttirs er---!, 1 ll Vj pre- !
t'vn i::t. ' !
.Tolm Volk 5c Co..
HOUSE BUILDERS. i
Sash. Doors. B itds, tilics. Flooricr.
ci 7. kltd or w4 work for i-.:. j. .-r .
E xb:r.-b h-rt. T:ri & Fozrtfe rr.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
r-V'k or rth.--Tr:-
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"-T '.r t (in
:r- r V.r.r is tr;iT t
f'.r fr . r-.'r:."- r :r t
J. L UNVERZAGT- "r
Prove all Tliiis.
HOLD FAST TiiAT
Has opened up at the Adams old stand with a com
plete line of Baby Carriages, Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Oil Cloths, Window
Curtains and Shades at prices
So Low and Terms So Easy,
vou are sure to buv it vou
and prices. Shop all around, then come to us.
Fair Dealing Liberal Terms.
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady SU Davenport.
Telephone No. 42 r (Adams' old stand).
ahoadd be dis played la baying mt&
cia above all things. Ia aeleeSai.: s
remedy for any disease, yon shouU be
positive tint it contains nothing la j
raoaato the health. 3aay reeaediea
ea the market Wave the patient tt. a
BKh worse condition. t art beim
ia pwrely vegetable, and perfectly
barvalesa; the moat delicate child aa
take tt wiih abaci'-te aafetr. It ccaa cj
ao aaercary or raiaerala of any kitxi,
aad yet it never fails to cure the disv
eaees it is recommended for.
Beck on Blood aad Skin dueaces fr ja
Swift Specific Co, Atlas:, (
1 r. "-J-?
WoIfTs AG M EBIacking
Waterprocf, Soft and Durable.
Charz a P.r-t Tcb'e to Walnut.
PopkLf Kltzhzn Press to Art;ai CcP.
A Cure Rocrer p cihocarf.
VTOLPT 4 BiXDOl??
roa SAii rj ail sro
WOLF & RANDOLPH. Fh.iielri a
td F;r.ttr It ti c tjro tiie ch.A.-;f cf czrwvri.
R- CRA1MPTOX ic CO.
pun? nnvm -7 -
WHICH IS GOOD.
will but examine his stock
e -.'.1 T
1SE TELLS HIS STORY.
HaiiaS lerTe4 Hit TUae rr BLi
1 riaae at the Berk Ii!as4 Bee
fee L aew ia Oat aba te Aa-
a LUe Chars;e.
EIari A. Ise. alias Charles Adam?,
"to. it will te rememtiered, was sect to
Jo'Wt pciUBiirr 11 months ago for
raising a fcrsed check oa tie Rock 15
aad ho 'is, asd was aD&rehea-ie-i through
the abrewdceij of deik Bloom, ha ser
red hU term aad is bow in the hasu cf
Cipt Sojtt. o the Oiii p-ilice,
as a;t. a:i is ia the Nebraska tset
rcpolii fcr trial for aa c3eaie oinciit
ted ia Nebraska before comics to R:ck
Island. Ive- tells the Be the story cf
LLi IL'e. Lici is ssbitattially as follows;
II was :he ica of e'.l-to-lo parects
ia an ejrtra s'st. aai wss seat to
Prtccrfja to compete his eiacaiion.
Abc-iit liree years ag j, whea he had
reached Lis seaior year, his father net
wr.t Ccaacial reverses acd he i! cam
celled to abat:dcn his ccliege coarse.
Shor.ly af .erwarl a serere attack of ner
rcus prc-5'ratwn left hira with a m-st
i prencascf-i ic-pdirient in his speech,
but te started czl to ears &: lirins.
Alter w-. rs:r? for a wb:le as a book
I keeper, he wm to Lc Braach acd b
i saa"taT:ce ta race, but he play e i bfs
! atoaT aa tie wrug hcrje. aal before
Icti was 'il brc-ic Hi fell ia with aj
' ttic wfco c'alaitd to te aa ctcT. aa i
li'.i iciirii jal prc-p-ed a schrre bj
i :;ca tiet c:u.u miSe ictus ir.oaev. lie
' wa ;a a c:s 'iticn "hsre a miner tn
i' ir.g alive? l-cke-l verr attractive, irii at
ote ettered is to it. He w sect cut
! a aivicce artst for ths actor, aa-1 the
; is:e w f-jr tt? actor to for&rd a
i ci.ev to tit treat in care cf s-.nse hotel.
I t"tta tie arec arr.ri there the check
a ia wair.rs fcr him, iH the hotel.
, keeper a expected to cash it ia a&t:ci-
tati-n cf secarin? the whole ccrapaoy
j f ir t:s to i. Tne cheaie was t access
i fl'.t worked ia Baltimore, ttit nothlcz
that citv reir-iiag tte matter, aal it is
not ktoxs to wtit extect it was worked
; he atr-ck Oxaha about fifteen mocths
; ao aal st:prel at tte tVicisrr. It ws
: sot k-tg uat 1 he had sicceeled ia hsv
; :zz tc che:its ca-Ltd by Messrs. Priace
i Sct'.ar"s, acd tbec came adav when the
i p,-.f'. .-.-.-.r t- ,v.,-
; that cal.t ' Pr:sce was to thick that te
had us s'.e i ca Ise tikir.2 tte oat. Ise
i wsi tavir. tis ot coat cleictd, aal as
;;twsraw, hily day, Priace would
I tct al.?w his gest to go cut without
I prorer c reriai. Tie c-at recov
i erei by Cpa:a Mostys wtealse m ar
j rested ia Reck liiacd a year aeo.
Ise tad Seated to of Lis checks there
! aal tried to w,r"K cf aacther wtta te
! put up at the Rxfclslaad bcus
prorr:et:r could not csh it. but Ise ws
; arrested by Marsha.l Miller aad held as a
fugitive fr:x j cstice to awa;t the arrival
; of aa Oiha crcer.
Ise suppliaeats this tarratioa with a re
! cai cf tte c.suaderstaaiicg htrebetwcea
' Shsr;S s. rls aa t Mrjhl Mulerover h s
arre-t aa :
a. at; t great.v sv.srer-
aa j tiizztn'ti tte facts sa tte
case, c.-tw-.th'tatd-cs 'tit M'sta c:rr-
ts a., tiat te siys. Tte Br in
clus; "js sar : 5
Ise wi.l i; cui'.tT here t tte ctarce '
fernery sd ea-ievor to have tte ccurt
ist c:-t:zince or l: iu i story, tie ts
j.-tct youte cao. aal savs he
wl:s to tura ever a tew leaf. O:
hs c : av.LCt i tin: that te wats c
of th hfe. a a i te is
ilea: that he
to support himself
a siraisht'orward maacer. Vh:.e in
tse Joliet pea teatiary ha tte record
kcef-er aad Cev-ed a complete cewset of
record t oii sreatiy simplifying the h.tt-tr'C-;if.!:t-ti
STS'tm aai strirh.ered
fut tte old records of 'he 20.7Sr5 pr.s- :
oatrs that had ta coafiaed in the iasti-
tuti:-.a. as eil as rf the 1.416 convicts j
wto tre ttere when he lef:. He is aa
eif trt accouatant acsl Sue t-eciuan. atd
as h:s cr.vteJns ws til committed
w;thia cae ytar. te does ct wiat it to
wrecs l:s wno.e iite.
Til E NOTED WILL CAE
lhf I. tiattisa Over the kiavlra'
E-titf A Matter lavelviDX Impor
! tot Intrtr-io.
j Tte attention cf Jaige Glees ia the
; ;lrcui; court still occupied at the time
! f adjourtitg Saturday with the hesr.ng
j of 'te cats cf the heirs cf the late Dr.
j iiaox'.fr vs. the executors of the late Mrs.
i A. I R. S. Ilaowles' estate, a dispute
tavc'.Tieg tte Moliae Y. M. C. A. and ia
j tlcs-tr degree the Port Byron academy
s.ad othtr isstttuticct and prtTate parties -
i Tte Moliae Rrpubiicaa -Journal has
! rrrittet up the case extecsive.y as fcl-
! Near:y 27 years ago Robert KnoIes.
j tote ia Maine, wrote a will with his own
; taai. ia which te directed, among lesser
i ens. that, after the payment of all his
ehts and legacies, his wife, Anna Mins
I.. 5. Knowies. should have the use and
octroi cf all his estate duricif her life.
r as long as she should remain unmarried
aal teat she should use Euch portion of
j it as should be necessary for her linnc,
i hrT convenience and welfare; and should
ujc sucuiu c:c.a e ior cnaritaoie and De
Civoleat purposes. This seems to hare
b en his primary purpose. He also willed
Uatoat of whattver part of his estate
should he left by his widow, the bibie with
certain annotations, poetry and other
writings ia it that he had made, should
U published for free an d.chari table dia
tr.Dution. Among other legacies he devised one
dcilar to Moultoa Knowlton. a sllrer
wi.tch to John N. NUes. some silver
poni to Angelina M. N. Carpenter, and
to the parents of Jennie M.. Gallagher and
Mirtha C. Cogswell, soma other articles
of little value. All of these legatees and
children of legatees above named.
csmbaed to secure tf the i ris
en I tott ia caari what rema:a
of the estate devised as above- Robert
Ksowles appoicted aa the eiecstot! tf
his wia Jcha 41- Gjald, A'-fred Williams
aad Jotn H. Small, the foner two of
Moliae, the latter cf Chicasu. proridioz
that if cce cf them shotsld rttue to serT
or shou'd die. the other two, ia eossec
t:oa with the county court. shoa:d chooae
another ia his place. Small died, aad
Cnar!es R Aissworth was chases ia bii
Ribert Knowles died ia September,
1379. aad his wife aad the executors en
tered into possession of the estate. Mrs.
Know s and the executors thought, and
it U still coatee 3ed that by the iatect'oa
aad word; a? cf the wilL she, Mrs.
Kcowles, ha.1 full right and power to dis
pose of the estate as she saw t, acd she
did so. She gare away, or e-!d. large
portioBS r,t ii. acd aaocs others the Y.
St. C. A. cf Moiine. the Port Bjroa
Aclemy, f Port Byrcn, the Chicago
TfceoicsicU Semiaary, cf Chica', and
Tariotts" private persoss were o:?rctof
her charity or frieadia:?. Part of what
she gave awy, however, was or : in illy
her own private property. Sae C:d not
attempt to pub&s the bitls with her has
taai s aaaotatioos.
Mrs. Kaowles died in 159. lesviag a
will by which she bequeathed all the
property ia her possession to variou?
heirs, caking the Rev. C. L. Hcraa, cf
this city, her residaary leeatee, aad ac
pointine Joba S. G:llmore aad Jaxes W.
Atkinson the execators cf her will.
A little later the parties before ncea
tioaed brought salt ia the circ j.lt e ?irt
of this county agtiast ali thoie a) ia
any war re:eivei property froo: Mr?.
Ksow'e? durica her life tixe or by her
wilt. cla?dis2 taatshe bai m r.att ua
cer tte wsJ nf Rbert Eaowie 15 .
pes cf t':s prcpertj : that sie t5 d:i
. p-'.-se i cf it; t&t she and the executors
rai.el to carry ra; the tra?t g'tt 3 tteca.
! i. e. to publish the bible with his ar.so
I tations aal ---etrt; tiiat the note? aad
I more esseatta! writings of Ro;?rs
Knowies, wh.ih he desired puh.ish'd.
have been lost crdestryel acd that ttej
canaot be founl cr reproiucei. tat
their publication would be ueie5 and
could subserve no rstioaal purpose, a; 1
that their pub ication would fail short of
testator purpose. aal that tte trust cav
ing failed thus the comc'a'.aasts fall teir
to the estate as his brothers, sisters, ne
phews and aiects.
The defealauts ia the suit emcljyed
the frtn of 3rownltg Jc Eotrlaia ai
Jadg Ira O. Wilk-iasoa. of Rxs I'.i;d,
aal Hoa. Charles D iahaai. cf Gsne-ec,
to look after their iaterestt.
A'tc-roeys Eugene L?wis, of
Aiair Peaaa?s. cf R-c5
re present the comclaioan.
State cf Ohio. City of Tolel
Fraak J. Cheney makes oath that he is
tte senior partner cf the firm cf F. J.
Ctecey fc Co.. doing buiicess '.a tte c:;r
of Toledo, county acd sta-e afcresa: l.aa j
that sail Em will pay tte sum cf one
hundred dollars f :rtach acd every case
of catarTh that cacao: be curei tvthe
use cf Hall s Catarrh Cure
Frank J. Cheset.
r?.:ra t3 t-efor me aad subscr.bed in i
DTtxizc'?, tri-.s t)-.a iaT or jjecem-r.
A. D . 15
- f A. tv. Gleaos.
seal - Notary Public.
Hill's Catarrh Cere is tikea ta'.traal'.r
oa tie bl-i
j f.:Tes'imor.:als. frer.
Chenet fc Co.
Tcotn & Troupe, of St. L:uK Mo-,
cow permanently Uxated her, will citaa
tte paper on voar walls, makic it as
bright and clean as new, at less thn the
cost of repairing withouttasiczup crpet
cr moviaz furciture. We hive hai
years cf expriace ia th-is traach of bus
iness and guars 2tee satisfaction. Fresco
ia oil or distemper cleaaed as well a
paper. Satisfactory reference? given.
Address or telephone Fourth aTeaue drui;
store. Telephone No. 1065.
To Servota asa Ei.ta:d Zea-
ycu will seal me yuiur aiiress we
mail vou our illustrated pacnphlet
j explaining ail about Dr. Dye's celebrated
i electro ro.taic belt aad appliaaces. acd
their charming effects ucon the nervous
) dahiiitatei system, acd tew they will
i quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
j thus afSicted. we w:;l send vou a belt aad
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co , Marshal', Mich.
In the pursuit of me goo-i things of
this "world we anticipate too much; we
sat out the heart azd sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
$ of Dr. Joces' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
I all claims. It cures dyspepsia, aad all
stomach, liTer, kidney and
trouh.es. It is a perfect touic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague aad
malarial d:6Asea. Price, 50 cect,jo
S3 Tea Cots a I
Doc tdelay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs atd colds. I; will cure pain's in
the chest. It will cure iafiuenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it is a pure balsam.
Hold it to the light acd see how clear and
thick it is. You will see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Lare
bottles 50s acd fl.
Havt you Pittsburgh.
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
break? You get the wrong' sort!
The eight ones are the
"Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
Sure" cure for dyspepsia, chewing gum.
AH the best brands at Krell Math's.
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. No-jrishir.
Having a peculiarly dslicioas flavor a food r.1 dr:r.'
combined at a half ctnt a cup ar.d fj Jet. a fritre.
"BEST & COES FARTHEST."
yTAS HOCTETS COCOA fmmn: trSe4. alwan -rti Ti-..j
(ntja4 bai4c la IIUa4. I". n Tirasnivtf rl.br Lt sn; : ..
aai aaxirmxt it sts ttticam TisHttto sC:h fc.t it
MteMUlT t tae CnMiralst mllli Is ! l lie Sftf F-r fit..
THE POSITIVE CURE.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
T h, r A V -hw
Mannlactnrers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT Y.TAG0H
tz2 acl n?: :t cf PLATT OEM a4 ctfcer ".'r're Wvr-rrj. e7riL"f d--r.-d tc
Wem tr.i.r? iperi'-T worta?p n4 Is-fi- C'snra-.i :,'t frt x
:pl;r4-.ct: 6 tt S0U'2 AG-OS refor r-nrt.i:.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
JVL e. m:tjrrtn.
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St , Rock IsLssi
p.trit1Sk f tktw2lb 8 Fces. A star rf ; rl c
k in1' las
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Builder.
Illl acd IBi Fourth avenae. Bidene 11 Foorth avenae.
Plaa. nd tpeciScaafeu t'M ail cImm. of work ; atoo tnat of Wilier', Patent Ia-
BOCK VUJlSV, ILX-
w bub -- w .
IJ 'N. AY Ml w .
X- M ' a .
5 v -i f- -" . lj.Tj
DAVIS & CO,,
DT TTiVrTSTI"P S
A coiple: i:zcz of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packirc
Hose. Fire Brick. Etc
Sole Ag--'j for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We firat trj or prf ret. :i win r i Ct i-t
Twenty dj tr-.t.. to re'jorsitil
Safety Heating Boilers aad Contractors f
furnish lug and layiar Water, aa-?
1T12 PissT Avs .
P.ek If lard, Illinoii
Teleaot lti. F..cer.c T:ir,.toce IX
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOUCES APDEEs?
J. C. DUNCAN.