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THJE ABttUS, THUIISDAT, AUGUST 25, 1898.
ne White Dove
- r A N-rrx- MAN
w v ckn yard. A
lias Leen again released and the tumult of war
. -will soon be stilled. With the return of peace
'.will - come the building up of the nation's
. finances and the fortunes of its citizens as well.
. Xo accomplish these ehds economical work is
" ." required. Then
What Better Methods
Cph Be Pursued
than Ly following the crowds to Shields' Cash
Grocery, where you pay for what you get and
get what you pay for. There is a world of
. truth in these few words, and their use has a
meaning that has helped many to economical
grocery buying. Seields' prices are regulated by
th'j times, aud nothing more could be expected.
.Try buying there. Satisfy yourself.
Sp 3517. 2G00 Fifth Ave
H. F. lCORDES,
Wen. M verts & ConpZnF
O pp.os i i e II arp er Hons e.
In the center of attraction. and
deserves unusual attention.
Whether you intend to refurnrsh
yonr house this Vail, or just con
template the additioa of a few
pieces to make your rooms look
rich and handsome, this is your
opportunity to jet genuine bar
gains in Tarlor Suite and Cham
Wt Suites, and this is the store to
do it in.
Sizes and Styles
Holding from 25 to 250
pounds of ice
and op. M'e pay the
freight on oat of town
1321 SECOXD AYE
A NOTABLE WEDDING,
Miss Catharine M. Denkmann
to Become the Wife of Ed
ward S. Wentworth.
EVENT OCCURS NEXT THURSDAY.
Eaffscement of C. W. Cook . and MIm
Carrt Mlzter la Announced MarrisK '
A. J. O'Malley. of f Ireelay, and MUt
Bartmra Klaherty at St. Joseph's t'auroh
A wedding, which will connect two
prominent families, occurs in Hock
Island Thursday, Sept. 1. when Miss
Catharine M. Wenkmanu becomes ttie
bride of Edward S. Wentworth
of ew iork City. lhe marriage
ceremony will le soIemniel at the
residence of the hride's ijarents. Air.
and Mrs. I C. A. "Denkmann. 122
Fourth avenue. Ker. V. S. Marquis
pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian
church, will olhciate. It will be s
simple home wedding, and only rela
tives will attend. Mr. and Mrs
Wentworth will make New York their
home. Miss Denkmann is one of the
city's most prominent ladies, while
the groom-to-lie is a gentleman of
considerable accomplishmertt, having
obtained fame both with the artist's
brush and as an oiera singer.
The formal announcement of the
engagement of C. XV. Cook, of the
Woodmen office force, and Miss Car
rie Mister, one of Rock Island's most
estimable ladies. is occasioning
friends of the happy couple to renew
Kev. Frans E. Sard, of Detroit
Mich., and Miss Freda C. Liudgren, of
this citv, were married last evening at
the Swedish Lutheran church, on
Fourteenth street. The bridal party
moved toward the altar as a wedding
march was plaved on the organ bv
Clarke Swansou. Is. Bonnander and
(i. Ilemdahl were best men and Misses
Norene, of St. Paul, and Carrie Peter
son, of Kock Island, bridesmaids.
The bride was given in marriage by
her father, John Lindgrcn. and th
words which united the destinies of
the happv couple were pronounced by
Kev. C. A. Slatt. The church was
prettily decorated. There were songs
by the Carmen juartet, of which the
bride has !een a member, and con
gratulatory addresses by Dr. N. For
sander, of Angustana college, and
Kev. L. A. Johnson, of St. Paul, after
which a wedding supper was served at
the home of the bride s parents, on
Eighth street. Kov. Sard is a gradu
ate of Auustana colleje and was or
dained a minister last strmmsr. lie
has charge of the Swedish Lutheran
church at Detroit, where he and his
bride will take up residence after a
short wedflinr tour. Mrs. Sard is a
talented musician, having for several
ears been organist at the Swedish
Lutheran church here, and is a lady of
Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock at
St. Joseph's church. Miss Barbara
Flaherty, of this city, and A. J
tJ iMalley, oi tireeley, ei.. were
united in the holy bonds of matri
mony. Rev. Father Mackin ofliciating,
J he bnuc is a well-Known young
ladv. Dosseskinir many iriits of heart
mind that have endeared her to a
large circle. She has leen very suc
cessfully connected with the public
schools of" South liock Island and
(Ireelev, Neb. The irroom is a vounjr
man. prominent and popular in his
home. A lawyer by profession and a
school man of ability, Mr. O'Mallcy is
the present emcient county superin
tendent of public instruction of (Jree-
That the best of life may be the
happv share of the young couple is
tne wish oi tneir many tricntls. Air.
and Mrs. 0Malley left for Omaha and
the Trans-Mississippi exposition last
evening on the 7 o'clock train.
After Dr. Freeman.
Dr. J. F. Freeman, the cancer heal
er, was in justice chroeiier-s court
yesterday afternoon to answer a
charge of practicing mcdiciee without
a license, preferred by McCaskrin &
McCaskrin, attorneys for the state
lxard of health. A change of venue
to Magistrate Stafford was granted at
the request of defendant's counsel.
W. A. Mcese and A. II. Kohler. A
continuance was then taken until
Sept. 2. on motion of the prosecution,
owing to the absence of an important
witness. The McCasknns have also
started a suit against Dr. Freeman in
Milan, and there is still another, ap
pealed from a justice court, pending
against him in the circuit court.
Jut In Time.
Seven xiuart preserving kettles with
cover given away with baking pow
der Saturday. Aug. '27.
Okand Union Tka CosirANV.
226 West Second street. Davenport.
More than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
have been distributed bv the manu
facturers. What better proof of their
confidence in its merits do you want?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
the shortest space of time. T. 1L
Thomas. A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn
A blessing alike to young and -old.
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw
berry. Nature's specific for dysen
tery," diarrhepa and summer com
plaint. For sale by Marshall & Fisher.
Thi Kind Ym Haw Aiiran Bocl
THE OBITUARY RECORD
Mrs. James II. Shehan Passes Away Last
- Mrs. James H. Shehan, wife of the
well known Rock Island engineer.
died at 9:30 last night at her home,
2S07 Sixth avenue, heart trouble being
the fatal ailment. Her illness was of
short duration. She was 44 years of
age. l he remains will be shipped to
Stuart, Iowa, at 8 o'clock tomorrow
morning for interment.
Miss Jennie M. Bollman.aged 21, died
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ansa
tollman, in Rural township, at 10:30
last night, aft or. a long, illness from
rheumatism, ; which : finally affected
the heart. " She was a daughter of the
late T . J. Bollnian. Ihe funeral will
occur from the" residence at 2 p. m
tomorrow, with iutermeut at Beulah
Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, of
2512 Third avenue, mourn the loss of
their baby son. Charles Edwin, who
died this morning at the age of 10
months and 16 ilavs. The funeral
will le held from the residence at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Milton Jones, city weighmaster,
accompanied bv his son. Fred, has
gone to Zanesville, Ohio, to attend
the funeral of his aged father, who
died there yesterday.
Rev. Prof. J. R. Titzel, father of
Mrs. W. M. Reck, of this citv, died
at Zelienople, Pa., Tuesday, of paralv
sis. ' Prof. Titzel was a member of
the faculty of Thiel college, Zelienople
occupying the chair or Lnglisn.
EARLY MORNING HOLD-UP
Kred Canahl Has Two Men Arrested
Krllevlne nim of 7.
Fred Oanahl, a young man whose
home is in the western part of the
city, says he was held up and robbed
of $7 at 1 o'clock this morning le
tween the Rock Island bridges while
returning from Davenport. The fel
lows, who were subsequently identi
ties as .Norman lirauley. of lscon
sin, and James King, of Peoria, work-
meu at the reservoir, were pursued
by their victim to Twentieth street
and Third avenue, where King was
arrested by Oflicer McCarthy. Bradley
was taken in later by Chief Pender.
Both deny that they held up Ganahl
They are charged with robbery and
will be given a preliminary hearing
tomorrow afternoon before Magistrate
Stafford. Each is under 300 bonds
in the meantime.
Imu Bishop was lined $10 and costs
for running a disorderly house, and
rour inmates were taxed f!i apiece
Sad Stats of Affairs.
Prof. J. J. Nagcl, of Davenport,
who has jnst returned from Jackson
ville with the remains of his son.
Walter, who died of typhoid fever in
e in p, tells a pathetic story of the
a-usuinnagemeut of the camp there
which, coming Irom sueh a source,
must carry convincing force. Mr.
Nagel feels hat, while any revela
tions he may make will not retrieve
his loss or mitigate his sorrow, it is
his duty, nevertheless, to do what he
can to spare others the- grief with
which he is now overwhelmed. He
says the camp is under the most
prohibited conditions as to impart
ing the actual situation to the
outside world, that a strict press cen
sorship prevails, that the hospitals
are overcrowded, without proper
merfkal attendance or trained aurs-
ing, that the soldiers are drawn by
lot without reference to qualification
to perform these duties, and that
there is an insufficiency of pure water
ami milk; that when bis son was
taken sick he was promised removal to
a more purifying atmosphere, but that
it was never made. He suggests many
reform now, among which is keep
ing the families and friends at home
daily posted as to all who are sick, no
matter how seriously so. Mr. Aagel
condemns the conditions he found in
flicting the bovs in blue of today as
less excusable in a land of plenty than
those to which the bovs in blue from
'51-'65 were subjected in war prisons
bv the south in its impoverished
condition when it was lighting us as a
Looking; to a Settlement.
The shoe strike at the Rock Island
Stioe company's factory may be set
tled. This morning the company sent
for the leaders among the strikers and
a conference has been in progress dur
ing the day, though with what result
it had not yet been made known
late this afternoon, the session being
Revolution In Italy.
Tte recent bread riots In Italy are believed
to be simply muttering before the storm. The
trouble Is the people are overtaxed. A great
part of tbir earnings Is taken by the govern
ment. As times no by the crisis approaches,
and the end it likely to be the same as In the
American revolution. Many men and women
try to do too much. They overtax their system
as governments overtax their subjects. Then
comes a break-down. The stomach, kidneys.
liver and nerves are affected. Wbl is re
quired is a medicine like Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters to restore the strength and bu id up
new and healthy tissues. Any druegi-st wi 1
supply it. aid the suHerer will be astonished
after taking It to see bow quickly it acts.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest sale of any salve in the world.
This fact and its merit has led dis
honest people to attempt to counter
feit it. Look out for the man who
attempts to deceive you when you
call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
the great pile cure. T. II. Thomas,
A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug
gists. - '
"I -had a running, itching sore on
my leg. Suffered tortures. Doan's
Ointment took away the burning and
i t flii n rr irwfsnMv and 1 ryt- 1 v- ofTot.1
a permanent cure."' C. W. Lenhart, j
Bowling Green, Ohio. For sale by ,
Marshall Sfc Fisher.
Ho-Tb-Bm for TTtj Ceata.
Guaranteed tobacco habit enre, make weak
men strong, blood pure. sOc, L AU drofglstsv
BOYS COMING HOME,
Sixth Illinois May Be Mustered
Out of the Service
TO BE BROUGHT TO NEW Y0BX
There la a Probability Now That Com
panies A and F Will Be Hark In Kork
Island Before Matiy Weeks Order to
' Mile as to Katurnlng- ' the
Present indications are that Com
innies A. of Rock Island, and F, of
Moline, will be home from -the wa
within a few weeks. This afternoon
Associated Press dispatches brought
two announcements as to the United
States troops in Porto Rico. One
to the effect tiat Gen. Miles has re
ceived orders to send home from Porto
Rico all troops net actually needed
for service, and some will, it is e'
pected, sail today or tomorrow with
ew York City-as their destination.
Sixth to Be Mastered Out.
The other order which is looallv
significant, especially in this connec
tion, is one mustering out the 6th 111
inois infantry. This is the regiment
to which our boys are attached, ami
unless some mistake as to the num
ber of the regiment is made in the
transmission of the information.
means that the department is getting
ready to relieve the hoys promptly on
their arrival so that they may come
on forthwith to Illinois and thence to
their homes. Rock Island will pre
pare a royal welcome for her heroes
for they have seen the real article of
service, and have had a taste of actual
Ex-Mayor and Mrs. Henry Carse re
oeived another letter from their son
John, today. It was written at Ponce
Porto Kico, and speaks of many or the
troops as shoeless, which accounts tor
the retaining of part of the 6th at
Ponce at the time.
Bending: the Reserves Home.
The Washington correspondent of
the Chicago Record says that when
the time comes to muster eut the
iaval Reserves from Illinois, it is
proposed to return them to Chicago
in a body. Instead of discharging
them one or two at a time to go home
as individuals as the ships return
north, the navy department is con
templating a plan to return them to
Chicago in a body. This is to be
done in recognition of the consjicu
ously meritorious conduct shown by
tke men from Illinois in their hearty
response to tire call for volunteers
wkea the fighting ships of the navy
were short-handed, and good men io
fill out their co implement were unob
tainable. Commander Hawley, who
visited Moline, and who uiusterq in
the Illinois men, has taken the matter
in charge, and he saj-s that too much
cannot be done to pay the debt of
gratitude the nwlion owes the mem
bers of these battalions.
YOUNG MINER IS KILLED.
Fatal Accident to William Noble at Wan-
William Noble, a cripple, employed
in a coal mine at Wanlock, was killed
Tuesday while at his work. He was
stationed at his post as trapper, when
a car came along unexpectedly, strik
ing the door with such force
fracture the vou-ug man's skull.
In the Hawaiian Islands there
froce as: many men lie women.
Miinyon's Headache and Indi
is the only remedy on the market
that will cure every form of Headache
in 3 to iu minutes, correct indiges
tion, stimulate the nerves and build
up the system. It should bejn every
home and every traveler's gripsack.
At all druggists. 25 "cures, 25c
Of Course, it You
fe Want Your Watch
9 r-j,. r.
g Any Old Way,
1 You need not le partic-
) ular who repairs it. If
Nyou don't value your
watch very highly, or
R just carry it for style.
and not for use, any
old way will do. But
if you want your watch
in firs class running
order and perfect con
dition, you should le
careful who repairs it.
We are noted for our
skillful repairing of
w-atches. Years of ex
perience and fine work
manship have made our
reputation the stand
ard. No matter if it is
"it" cheap watch, or the
finest chonometer, they
will be repaired with
the same care.
I J. Ramser,
N and Optician.
TO SEE OUR LINE OF
BRASS and IRON BEDS
We Can Save You Money
- We Buy for Cash Only
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
123. 125 West Third Street EXAVENPORT.
DEWEY sell clothing cheap; well, if you
HA VAN A experience you will kuow that to be the
MAINE cause of our- success. The
fjf J oS ollr ooJ is what makes people
MILES to patrove us.
READY WITH FALL
Men's, Boys' and
i Children's Clothing
1804 Second Avenue.
This school completely equips young
women as accountants, stenographers and general assistants
in business, by Imparting the most thorough, practical and
up-to-date instruction in all branches that fit for such a.
career. The members of the faculty are widely known for
their skill sad efficiency, and have qualified thousands of
young people for success in business.
The following expression of satisfaction
tory : "I would not take '1.000 00 for the
my son obtained in your school during
will enter another boy in September. W.
So confident are waof our ability to please
that we cheerfully guarantee the fullest
Day end night schools begin September 1st."
fui, illustrated catalogue may be bad free, by
p&-TUt Is ins lansrt tad Mt Ccaswl Schssi la
sring Itis past ?tr, bur sf shea trs
Shoes Given Away
With every pair of shoes bought until Sept. I we will
give away free a pair of shoes or Oxfords. -
With a $1.50 shoe you get a child's shoe worth from. 25 to 50c; with
a $2 shoe you get a child's shoe worth from 60 to 85c; with a $2.50
shoe you get a misses1 shoe or ladies1 Oxford worth from 75 to $1.2&;
with a f 3 shoe you get a pair of Oxfords worth from f 1 to f 1.6V.
We hare plenty of boys' tennis shoes, first quality, at .35 to 50c a
pair; also men's tennis shoes.
Full Line of Union Stamp Shoes Always on Hand.
807 TWENTIETH STREET,
No shoes taken on approval.
& La VELLE
men and young
three months. I
Northsstfsni DUitsli. 200 ltsfet Is ttlsstftacs
c sciositac splsMii' positions.
notsatisfactory, monej refunded.