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THE AliaUS, TUESDAY, APRIL, 25, 1893.
f Morrell Institutes,
TMBST FOR ' UK
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T;ntiire on the subject will be sent on ap-
3 Correspondence confidential.
iOCTION OP OFFICES:
A POINT INVOLVED.
,3,aa;i in. Mo.ine, 111.
jel Blork. " -st Olhce 13 oc&.
We have just received a
iev shipment of these very
tylish shoes, and we guar-
mtee the price and quality.
th si 162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
HEN You Go To
The World's Fair
at you will need is an easy com
fortable Shoe if you want to
enjoy the show.
What we would recommend you to buy is
pair of our Heavy Sole Walking Boots, a
hoe specially adapted for walking purposes.
We carry this shoe in all widths and sizes.
We can fit any foot and guarantee comfort.
eond and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
I I j M -5 Ci (i-iiruutpe to --rr. all norrons diseases. nch as Wenk : Merr.or,.
w l."r oraml'owr .....iGnc.'io. Wakefulness. lst Manhood. NmhilT Kmi
1803 Second Avenue.
fc Organs tn either Be- uw". oy over nortlon, youthful error, or excesgl.
f i im of tooarco. opu li' stimulants wUcn noon lead to Innrmlt y. toniump
a. tion aud Insumtv. .-ut up convenient ti. carry In Test pocket. 1 per pack-
: m Rock Island byHartz & Ullmeyer, 3d Av aud 20th street
The KenoVrliiK of a Verdict In a Kccent M.
XV. A. Halt.
The jury in the circuit court in
Adams eouuty which heard the evi
dence in the suit of Mrs. Amelia
Bowman, now Mrs. Terry, for $8,000
against the Modern Woodmen of
America to compel the payment of
the insurance policy held by her hus
band in that society, returned a ver
dict in her tavor for the full amount.
The defendant entered a motion for
a new trial, which will be considered
bp Judge Bonney later on.
The case is a peculiar one in many
respects and has attracted much at
tention among members of fraternal
associations. The verdict returned
establishes the responsibility of such
societies, even though such acts be
not strictly in accordance with the
regulations by which they are sup
posed to be governed.
History of the Cane.
Mr. Bowman, who then lived on
Third street, in Quincy became a
member of Gem City camp, No. 219,
in February, 1889, and paid his dues
and assessments regularly until July,
1890. About this time the rotten
ness in the head camp of the order
was unearthed and the attempt to
decamp with the headquarters into
Iowa was frustrated by the sheriff.
Mr. Bowman allowed his assessments
to lapse from .July to November,
1890, when one day in the last named
month his father went to the secre
tary of the local camp and paid them
all up. He was sick at the time, but
the secretary did not stop to inquire
into his illness, and accepted the
money, giving his receipt therefor.
Four days after he died, and the
head camp refused payment of his
policy on the ground that he was
suffering from a fatal illness and was
therefore not eligible to reinstate
ment. In reply thereto Mrs. Bow
man produced the clerk's receipt for
all dues and assessments up to the
date of hi death, which is the prime
requisite to membership in good
standing. So they went to law about
it and the society lost.
3. A. It. Entertainment.
The (i. A. R. musical and literary
entertainment to be given at G. A. 11.
hall next Thursday evening prom
ises to be a most enjoyable one, and
will doubtless be well patronized.
Admission, 25 cents; children under
12 years, 15 cents. The proceeds
will'be used for benevolent purposes.
Light refreshments will be served at
the close of the following programme:
1 Grand March. Miss Kate Kramer.
2 Male quartet. Messrs. Dodge Noftekir,
Selection. V.taft Jeraie t'ogue.
Violin solo. Fred Tollard.
"Junl lieforu the Battle," Niesos Kramer
"Sheridan's RiCe," Rev. F. W. Merrel'..
.Jake Jichneider'n Ride." A. W.Bruner.
Piano solo. Miss l.ulu Uarris.
Vocal rolo, Mrs. Minnie Barker.
Itucitalion Fred Pollard.
Voctl solo, Mrs. F. W. Merrell.
Piano and cornet duet. Miss Dtiscnroth
nnd F. Woodvatt
"MiirchinK Turonah Georgia,'" by audi
ence. Miss Kate Kramer, pianoist.
Th Horta Ga.veston Brick Plant.
The kiln of red pressed brick that
was opened a few days ago at North
Galveston, Tex., revealed a nualitv
of material which was pronounced by
experts as fully equal in destinj", du
rability and color to tue uest m.
Louis pressed brick. The North Gal
veston Brick company is a pretty big
concern. The machines, buildings,
vards and general capacitv equals
some of the best plants in the coun
try. More factories teing tuilt, a
steadv increase in population and an
abundant influx of capital seems to
be the present record of this tnrirty
voting citv. For particulars call on
or address Kocster & Martin, 1815
Second avenue, the local agents, or
address the North Galveston Associ
ation, box 963, Minneapolis, Minn.
She Couldn't Marry Three.
This play is presented bv one of
the cleverest companies in existence,
every one of them being especially
selected for their adaptability in por-
traving the character they represent.
The star, Miss Lillian Kennedy, is
the brightest ingenu soubrette in
America, and in this comedy she has
a role which gives full scope to her
How's Your Chest?
inr one can increase the size of
i,;Q r.Yirxst two or three inches in as
many tnoriths without the use of any
apparatus or mecnamcui eomiivamre
whatever. When he rises in the
morning, let hhn go out into the pur-
nil- lit" i. find, raise, his arms to
the height of shoulders, the palms
downward, tnen wime mnaiing a
rm&th trraduallv extend them
upward until the backs of the hands
touch above nis neuu. uus uutai
times every morning, and the result
will be a chest development that will
surprise any one who s not made
A Deal Shot
right at the seat of difficulty, is accomplished by
the sure and steady aim of Ur. Sage's Catarrh
Bemedy. Don't fool around with a pop-gun, nr
a "Flint-lock," when this reliable "Winchekter"
ia ithin resnh ' Dr. Base's treatmemt of catarrh
is far auperior to the ordinary, and when direc
tions are reasonably well followed, results in a
.. .,,re Don't looser be indifferent to
i iui n.mis of this unfailing remedy. S500
U offered, in cood faith, for an incurable case of
catarrh in the heaa. oy its proprietors, tue
World's Dispensary Meujcai Association, oncajo
N. Y. At all druggis-s
Vi-re All fits stopped free bv Ir
Klines Great Nerve Restorer. No
c. fir ttio first dav's use. Marvel
oua cures. Treaise'and $2 trial boU
fit cases. Send to Ur.
TTi;n QSi Areh street. Philadelphia.
Pa For Bale by all druggists; call
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Gus Schumacher left this morning
for St. Louis.
Miss Hope Curtis has returned
from the south.
W. C. Ashcher, of Amboy, 111., wa
in the city yesterday calling on
M. J. Higgins and family left this
morning for Chicago, which will b
their future home.
We have just received an elegant
and fine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Not forced into activity one day,
to sink back in a worse state the
next; by using Monroe's Tonic, the
benefit is lasting. Try it Marshall
Waymath, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. Bordean, died at the home
of his parents on Fifth avenue Sun
day at 11:50. The interment was at
the Catholic temetery at 2 o'clock
Why do your own baking when you
give a party or reception? Kreli &
Math can make any kind of cake or
pastry to order, and as they use only
the best material in their bakery,
you are sure to get every thing or
dered of them of the finest.
The distressing news was received
in the city yesterday of the death at
Emmcttsburg, la., of Miss Lily Rash
ford, formerly of this city". The
young lady was scarcely 21 vears of
age and her death is made particu
larly sad, owing to the fact that it is
the fourth death in her family within
a year. Deceased had many friends
here who will sincerely mourn her
That the city is fast gaining a met
ropolitan appearance is evidenced by
the fact that this morning two ladies
got oil an east bound train at the
Rock Island union depot under the
impression that they had arrived in
Chicago. The ladies were on their
way to the World's Fair and so favor
ably impressed were they with the
city that they signified their intention
of stopping over here on their r
turn. George Sweeney died at his resi
dence. No. 425 Forty-fifth street, at
2:45 o'clock Sunday morning, of con
sumption of the bowels. Deceased
was born at Little York, Pa., August
28, 1825, and was married in Ohio in
1842 to Miss Annie Potts, by whom
he had four children, none of whom
are now living. They came to Rock
Island about 22 years ago and have
resided here and in Moline ever since.
His wife is left to mourn his loss.
The funeral occurred from the Forty
fourth street chapel this afternoon at
2 o'clock. Rev. T. W. Grafton officia
ting. Moline lodge 133 I. O. O. F. and
Graham post 312 G. A. R. attending
in a bodv.
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time herbs, "pills.
draughts and vegetable extracts to
the rear and bringing into general
use the pleasant aud effective liquid
laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the
true remedv see that it is manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sale bv all leading
Bota Kinds of let).
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
lee company has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
:c.l: rtoadaehe and relieve tU the troi;?)s .ac
V-T.t to a bilious state of tbo system, kuuh i
l Izrincss, Kaue&, Dro-wsiness. Distress i-ftk
'.t'lig. I'ain In the Bide, fcc While their -it
, :iirritaii, fcuccoMS hu baea shown In cavii
'Je&Smha. yrt Carter's Litd3 lira KB arvi
equally valuable in Constipation, curing andrri.
venting UUeannoyinK complaint. while they
i -.cr and rtculttte the bowels. Evim if they only
&,-i.e thoy would be almost priceless to those wno
kuler from thia distressing complaint; but f orta
cately their swdness doea noceud h.re,and those
whonce try them will find these little pills Talu
t.bie In soxany ways that they will not be wtl
lice to do without them. But after allaickhcai:
lie the base of so many Uvea that hero Is where
' we make our great boast. Oar pills cure it while
ethers do cot.
Carter's Little Liver Pill, tro wry smiU a'vS
very easy to take. Oae or two till ui k.a.: .ho.
They are strictly vegetable aud do nu. tfripe ot
purpc. but by their penileactic: ;'t,,-'- ull v.-ha
tmothrtu. liifiilnnuiu-ais- . . ' .' 'soiJ
by cirnicta every wixere, or . . -i.
Hade from any old photo, executed in the most
ari.scic woramansmp ti
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Oabe'a f aMafesioa guaranteed.
-WILL SOON BE IN BIG DEMAND-
WEQARE PREPARED FOR THE RUSH
-An elegant assortment,
-All sizes and styles,
-At prices to fit the Purse.
EASY PAYMENTS NOEXc
Our stock of FURNITURE of every description is complete.
If you are looking for a New Carpet we can furnish it M
quette, Brussels, Tapestry or Ingrain, in the latest shades
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DON'T FORGET We are headquarters for Baby Carriages the
newest things in Coaches and Sleepers, a good carriage for little
money. Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, Kitchen Furniture, all kinds.
CHAS. A. AECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
tfU ph ol s t erin of all kinds to order.
Feathers lecovated on ehon no ice.
Sustain Home Industry
Galling for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line fipe. Brass Goods, PackiDg Hose,
Fire Brick Etc Liargest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via ts.LOt,J4. Moline, 111.
1 12. 1 14 "West SeTsnteenthget.
Telephone 1148. Kockufeoft.
Retdenoe Te'eoon 1 169