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THE JlKGUS. THUKSDAY, FEBRUAKY 19, ib91.
JOINED FOR LIFE.
Two Brilliant Weddings Last
Tl Mtetahardt, or New York,
an 911m Jali K.b. Hurled
t the Harrr Tbe JHtrn
Ulllu r Nuptials.
An eTent of great prominence in the
Jewish circles of the three cities, which
hM been for somet-'me anticipated, oc
curred in the parlora of the Harper last
evening, and was in all respects a brils
liant affair. It was the marriage of David
8teinbardl. of New York, to Mibs Julia
Kohn, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Kohn,
of this citj. The ceremony was cele
brated in the east parlor, where an altar
had been arranged and decorated with
emilax and roses and ornamented with
two silver candelabra, illuminated with
wax candles. The mantel and Urge mir
ror over it were also beautifully trimmed
with flowers and vines, presenting a most
Rabbi Freuder, of the Temple Emanuej
of Davenport, officiated, ihs service being
according to the impressive rite cf the
Jewish church and partly in English and
partly in Hebrew. The guests assembled
in the east parlor. Rabbi Freuder taking
his place back of tbe altar, and tbe bridal
party entered from the west parbr. First
came the fairy like flower children, Irma
and Margo Kohn as maids followed by
Clarance Lewald and Meta Steinenger as
pages. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Epstein ac
compained the bride, who was richly and
becomingly attired and wore the conven
tional white veil. Morris Steinhardt was
the groom's best man. Mendlessons
wedding march was played. At the con
clusion of the wedding service, consider
able time was devoted to congratulation
atd then came the banquet in the dining
hall of the hotel. Two tables running the
entire length of the hall had been pro -Tided.
On the west side of the room a
platform had been erected on which
Bleuer'a orchestra was stationed. Thtrj
was an elaborate arrangement of fliwers
and palms, the tables presenting a gorge
ous appearance and the feast was one of
those for which Steward O'Connor is
Rev. Dr. Frtuier sat at the heal of the
table with the groom, bride and bride 's
mother at his left, while Morris Stein
hardt and wife sat at his right. A.
Brucher, of Chicago, was toastmaster,
and many were the hearty congratula
tory greetings extended to the couple in
the speeches that followed. Afterward
the floor wa9 cleared and Uken possesion
of by tbe dancers.
The complete list of the wedding guests
Me s r. and M esdames
Jaliog M'lseofelder Louis Kohn
Monroe Kobn II Bnrgower
Limon L May
Alf Mosenfelder Eli Mosenfelder
Loots Mosenfelder Jonas Bear
Mayer R eenfield H Burgower
11 Heller Morris Arnold
Pavid Sttlnhart, New York.
Morris Stelnhari. New York.
Isaac Rbstein, Chicago
Frank Ltwald. Chic.eo.
Simon Steiningpr, Chicago.
Margaret Kohn P Ltri
J H Adler, M ilwanltee
J P Friscb, Milwaukee.
Julia Letl Ella Levi
Hose Neilie Heinf farter
Gertie Oohn Allie Bear
Margo Kohn Irma Kohn
Llllie Breecher, Chieaeo.
Becky Helnsfurter Oafcalooa.
Fanny Ebsteln, Chicago.
Bertha Oilensy, Milwankee,
Metta SUininger, Chicago
Lilly Breecher, Chi:igo.
Kev Frnder Mayer Levi
Harry Bnrgower Max Kohn
Ike Kcsentield, Milwankee.
Isaac BpsUin. CMcago.
Joe Bbstein, Chicago.
Clarence Lewald. Chicago.
A Brocher, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Steinhardt left at 1:50
this morning for the east, intending to
visit Washiugton, Philadelphia, Old Point
Comfort and other attractive places be
fore settling down in New York. The
groom is a prosperous wholesale liquor
merchant, and his home in the metropo
lis will be graced hereafter by one who
was one of Rack Island's most accom
plished and admired young ladies.
There is a bit of romance connected
with the event consummated last evening,
the fathers of bride ani groom having
first met on the steamer coxing to this
country and were ever after fast friends
during their life times. Now the two
families are united in life's happiest and
most inseparable bonds.
The First Baptist church wes crowded
to its utmost capacity last night, nearly
800 persons being present to witness the
marriage of Frank N. Horn and Bliss
Charlotte E. Hillicr, both of this city.
Rev. Dr. Taylor officiating. Tbe groom
is the well known and popular member
of the firm of Horn & Mattes, and the
bride one of Rook Island's fairest daugh
ters, having been born and raised in this
city. The church was beautifully deco
rated with plants and flowers and the
large asssmbly present showed in what
esteem the happy couple are held. At
7:45 o'clock tbe organ struck up Men
delsshon's wedding march and the bridal
party entered the church, headed by the
three ushers, Messrs. Geo. Mattes. Will
Don and Will Copp, and the bride and
groom, attended by Miss Catherine Coss
and Fred Hillier, respectively. The brida
was attired in a beautiful gown of cream
serge, worn en-train with white kid slip
pers, and wore diamonds and carried a
boquet oflillies of the valley. They
took position in front of the altar where
Rev. C. E. Taylor performed the abrevi
ated Episcopal ceremony, after which the
ctuple were driven to the home ef tbe
bride's mother, 604 Twelfth street, where
a large number of intimate friends and
relatives assembled and extended hearty
The wedding presents were numerous
as they were elegant and appropriate, and
among which was a bank check from the
groom's father and a deed to a fine resi
dence lot from the bride's mother. The
happy couple began housekeeping at
once In a home beautifully furnished by
the groom at 1023 First avenue.
K. P. CELEBRATION.
Rork Inland IHvimIok EleetH Officers
and has a Banquet.
Rock Island Division 48, Uniform
Rank, Knights of Pythias, held its an
nual election of offlsers la9t evening with
the following result:
Lieutenant J. Alex. Montgomery.
Herald F. J.Staassen.
Recorder A. D. Hueting.
Treasurer E!i Mosenfelder.
There were quite a number of visiting
Knights present, and after the election a
spread was indulged in at Lothar Harms'
s R Wright
I D Burgh
O L Byster
Geo A Savadge
J S uarrah
II W Smythe
C T Morey
U M WtiftVn
U A Stephens
J T Pixon
C G Giver
F J SUaeen
L F Cralle
F T White
"SI FLTJNKABD "
Farmer J. C. Lewis and his great com -pany
of comedians held the boards at
Davis' operi house last evening, and were
greeted with a packed house. Every
body, of course, went for the purpose of
courting an occasion for laughter and
they were certainly gratified, &s the play
was excrutiatingly funny a9 presented by
this superb band of liughniakers. Mr.
Lewis, as Si, wa9 of course fie chief at
traction, while Mr. M. Milliean. the Ger
man comedian, was also justly a favorite.
The musichl specialties were highly ap
preciated by the audience, as wss shown
by tbe heartiness of the encores. Find
lay (O.) Morning Republican, Nov. 13,
The above attraction will .be seen at
Harper's theatre Siturdav niaht. Re
served seat sale opened today at the Har
per bouse pharmacy.
THE FAST MAIL.
On Mondav evening we are to have L.
J. Cartel's great play, "The Fast Mail,''
which is the most superb scenic produc
tion of the season. The company carries
ten sets of special scenery, including
steamboat race on the Mississippi river,
engine room of the steamer St. Louis.
A steamboat explosion, complete full
stage change of scenery behind a curtain
of rising smoke. The sinking steamer
and a great railroad scene, introducing a
full-sized locomotive, and freight train of
fourteen cars, also the lightning fast mail
train. These railroad effects are admit
tedly the finest ever produced; a'si the
beautiful Niagara falls by moonlight, a
full front view of Niagara falls produced
with real water, boiling foam, rising mist,
etc., as seen from the center of the sus
Pol; re FolDtH.
Robert Mack was fined $3 and costs by
Just ice Wivill this morning on a charge
of drunk and disorderly.
W. C. Blanchart, a deaf mute, was be
fore Magestrate Wivill yesterday for at
tacking Geo. Patterson with an ax. The
justice fined him $10 and suspended the
fine during good behavior.
John Dwyer one of a number of tramps
lodged at the Davenport police station
Tuesday night on his own application
was arrested yesterday morning just as be
was leaving the station. Chief Kessler
having from bis appearance suspected
him of being a man wanted in Omaha
fcr murder. The chief was right.as the
man confessed the crime and is now on
hi9 way back to Nebraska.
Yesterday being the eighth birthday of
Miss Birdie Titin. a number of her young
fnends gathered at her parents' home,
536 F.fteenth stree; las: evening, to cele
brate the happy event. Dainty refresh
ments wer served and the little ones en
joyed a very pleasant evening. The fol
lowing were present:
Mand Stephens Minnie Lemburg
Ben ha Stephens Edith Ireland
Blanche Giegg Gertie Simons
Ada Delwenrotb. Cora Sutcliffe
Lottie Ziegler Myrtle HengBltr
Hillsdale, Feb. 18 The soft wea
ther at present is bad for those who were
Rev. Dongan is holding meetings at
the U. B. church.
Harkl for wedding bells in our vicinity
Alfred Ashdown, of Iowa, is visiting
Miss Ida Feaster is quite sick with bili
ous fever. Dr. Morgan is the attending
Ira Martin spent a few days at home
last week. ,
Comjlawd to Seadwood.
The Burlington Route, C, B. & Q. R.
R.. from Chicago, Peoria and St. Loui?,
is now completed, and daily passenger
trains are running through Lincoln, Neb,
and Custer, S. D., to Dead wood. Also
to Newcastle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars
to Dead wood.
THE LABOR EXHIBIT.
The I ad as trial Exposlon a Great
The coad Meat Wltaesmei aa lit
erea.ntd Attmtfanee and aaEi
The second night of the Industrial fair
at the Rock Island rink witnessed an in
creased attendance and also saw most of
tbe exhibits in a much more complete
and a' tractive arrangement than on the
opening- evening. The large hall was
comfortably warm and tbe floor had been
covered with sawdust sufficieut to make
it much p'.easanter under foot. The va
rious displays and scenes of industrial
activity held the attention of large
crowds continually, and all were free to
express their gratificttion and pleasure
at what they had seen. The novelty of
the publication of a paper in tbe hail was
introduced for the first time by The Ar
gus, and the various processes were wit
nessed by an interested throng that as
sembled about tbe enclosure where Da
vis & Co. and The Arous have combined
in tbe industrial exhibit.
On the stage thy R ck Inland gymnasts
gave an entertaining exhibition of parlor
acrobatics, etc. Tne first fe ture was a
neat Japanese perch act by Frank Geiger.
followed by parlor acrobats by Luckin
ville ani Campbell and a performance
with traptzj and ring, by SwaliOw and
Kilmer, both of which were very artistic
and won the plaudits of tbe audience.
Beibl's orchestra furniehed music during
the entertainment and at intervals
throughout the evening, afterward.
Tonight, a parlor concert is promised,
of vocal and instrumental music. It
is also expected that more of the exhibits
will be in place and that the exposition
will then furnish more in the way of at
tractions than at any night yet.
On Saturday afternoon occurs tte prize
baby show, to which no entrance fee will
be char2;d and to the cherub pronounced
by competent juices the prettiest, a baby
busily will be given.
School building No. 1 has honored itself
with a neat exhibit of the work of its
Additional contributions have been
made to tbe fair as follows:
Mrs. Gates, bed comforter; Mrs. James,
box cigars, dozen oranges; Joe Schroeder,
whip; Teller & Co., two cases wine;
Tbeo. Frie. box cigars; Chris. Naab, two
hams; Fted Gross, merchandise; Peterson
Bros, fruit cake; John Dreseen. five bot
ttes champagne; Mr. Susenmeil, merchan
dise; Mr?. Urekert, box Boda; James
O'Connor, sof a cushion; A. Hildebrand.
three bottles champagne; Mrs. Kale, sofa
cushion; Mrs. Frank Bleuer, apron; Miss
Eattie Gottschman, fans and flowers; Miss
Ella Anderson. 50 cents and a cake; B.
F. Knox, $1.
13 C H Stoddard toLudwig Suwnmiehl,
e j of lct9 and 10. 35, 18. 2w. $300.
L Susecmiehl to John Seitz.part of lots
9 and 1) 35, 18. 2v. S353.
Adam Alday to F L Natt, out lot 6.
Alday'd second addition U Eist Rock
Island in Moline, $75.
Ltura E Wilson to Hannah C Oiwald.
part of lots 12 and 14. block 4, S nun's
addition to Ro-k Island. $350.
14 S V- Odell to A 8 Parker, part of
lot 2. Hun toon's addition to Moline.8930.
A3 Parlor to C W OJell. lot 2. block
11. CT Eiwarti'8 addition to Moline.
Lewis P illen to Elbert McGrecr, sej
nej, 8. 16. 5w, 1,200.
P L Milohell to John Apple, lots 5 and
6. J of lot 7, block 3. Chicago addition to
Rock Islar d, $1,000.
17 Andrew A Andersin to C U Kub
ser. tj of lot 12. r of lot 11. block 4.
Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' second addition to
Moline. $ 1.600.
17 Estite of Andrew E. Johnson
Petition fcr letters of administration filed
by Hannah Johnson; bond filed and let
ters issued to Hannah Johnson.
Insanity of J. E. Pierce Hearing.
Verdict innate and a pauper and order
committing to the Northern Hospital for
the insane at E'gin.
licensed to wed.
16 Silas O. Dailey, Rock Island. Fan
nie L Johnson, Port Byron.
17 JohiE Mummen, Minnie Cramer.
Moline; Henry Hartung. Hampton, Mary
Muench, Moline; Frank N. Horn, Char
lotte E H Uier. Rock Wind.
18 Oliver Ekstrom. Moline, Carrie L.
Farber, Zi; ma; Stephen M. Woodburn. jr.
Emma Afhdon, Hillsdale; David L.
Spencer, Mary E. Minteer, Aledo; Henry
G. Shinn, Hillsdale, Emma Leslie. Port
ByroD-.Drrid J. Steinhardt, New York.
Julia Kobe, Rick Island.
Kotica to ih Pub le-
Attention is hereby called to the nuis
ance ia recard to throwing paper, hand
bills and o her rubbish on our sidewalks
and streets, which is becoming a great
nuisance to pedestrians and persons driv
ing horses. Tbe penalty for such Cense
under tbe city ordinance, chapter 15, sec
tion 1, 14, is a fine not to exceed one
The police is hereby instructed to see
that said ordinance is obeyed and en
forced. By order of the City Council.
, Rohert Koehler, City Clerk.
Tne Local Market.
Baaineas w ig a little better on Market square
today, there t eitig qaite a number of farmera In
the city. The receipts included the following:
Grain -Thr e loads of corn 53c. Three loads
of oats 44c.
Ktock -Uogg, $3.30 per cwt.
Feed Bixliadaof hay&fa$12.
Fuel Two loads of soft coal &'0c.
Produce Batter and euga lemain abont tbe
same, batter bringing 29 to 24c, and egga 17c pr
Keep it in the houBe and it will save you
many an anxious moment during the
changes of reason and weather;' we refer
to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Hard Coal Market.
$7.75 per ton for best anthracite ch1,
alt sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per tna discount for canh. Indiana black
94.50aed Cannel coal f 6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrvirg in 25 per ton extra.
E. . Frazkr
J. E. Montrose, SSa-agc-.
COMING SOON, BY GOSH!
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Saturday, Feb. 21.
-FARMER J. C. LEWIS-
aLd his company, 30 frrcat talented nrtixts
The best p'ay ever written, replete
wi h plruHinsr m slcul Mwiuitie.
novel mechanical eftVc'8 and senm
tio al features, ini'ludlpp tbe Intro
duotii n of a rt-jrular working ihrccli
Injr machine, which will posrively he
Me!i in tt-e third act in full operation
threshing 15 to SO sheave of trniiu, iu
full view of the en ire audience
Splec&li Ea:d mi Cr:fces'.ra
OP 12 SOLO MUS CIANS.
f 01 1 fall to see the jrrent eonntry
band parade at noon, fcaci uirintieV
dressed In farmer costume, led hf'M"
hitncflf (Mr. J. C. Lewis', us drum
mnjor of tbe furmcr bund, hl-oritrii ul
'eats on sale Thur lay th- 111 h. at
Harper House Pharmacy.
J. E. Montrose, Manigr.
ONE NIGI1T ONLY,
Monday, Feb. 23,
L. J. Ca ter's gr at plav.
The Fast Mail.
Elaho at J oml Spectacular aeuic effect- !
Pn-mineLal M chscioal ftYct:
Don't fail to see th practical locomotive end
14 freight cars drawn across the ptaire,
also tbe flitrhl of THE KASr MAIL
train, and many other novtl
tffects. A irri-a' company
in the cast.
Seats on sale at Harper House pharmacy on
Prict-8 25. 50 and 75c.
Shelf Oil Cloth,
Room aad Picture
SPictore Cord, Twine. Nails,
and Hooks at 1 .twe-t price.
Call and see.
C. C. TAYLOR,
First door east of London clothing-
When such stocks as jou find, for
instance at Folsom'e, Johnson' or Ram
ser's are offered to bujer, I don't believe
it pays me to carry "bo!lowware." I
shall still sell knives and forks, spoons,
etc., but to close out what I have of such
articles as are named be'ow, I offer tbe
prices given. These goods are just a
good plate as moner can buy, and I be
lieve this is an unusually good chant e to
get silverware, if you can use any of the
1 Tea set. former price 125 00 1 16.00
includes teapot, sucar, cream spooncr.
1 Cake basket, former price tvso 16.00
1 " - " " $7 75, .2
1 Fruit dish. " " ;.75, (6 j
1 Four bottle (cut) caster,
former price 84 60
1 Butter dish, former price tt.50, fl Ht
1 C ard receiver, " $:i.N fa so
1 " - 3..V, $4 so
And a number of other articles at corrc
Q. M. LOOSLEY,
Cbiia imd Glass,
1C09 Second ATenne.
Lloyd & Stewart,
soli Aainrs roa
Tinware and Housk
1612 SECOND AVENUE
THE IE FAIR
ALL THIS WEEK.
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Hardt a Tea Cnj a-. 1 ?aac.-r.
foot Bamboo Ei l. e3c
yrbtrt.Ja.trrCrivrlarr.,lJ!rnCie HlRlSniEl;b:ctl ro attic.
Alo reoirmVr uf .r Fra nv. fU tutcs aod xa'.i mvrj.
KINGSBURY SOW 1703 Second Atr.n-
We Set tie Pace, Let Others Follow iftlley Can
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
S j. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue,
Brt tu the Toblic the most br.Kiaot line of the irason it
Lounge and Cmch.
Chamttr Suit-, j
Crntre Lib i art and
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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FAIR, 1705 St-cond Avenue
Tarlou Tablrs, Etc.
for the Celebrated
Sheet Iron, Gas and
Also Sewer work.
Opposite Harpxr Hocbx.