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ARGUS, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER il 7 1891.
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it promptly fr any one -who
l-hei to try it. L- Dot accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
New and Second-hand.
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.203 SW-ooncl Avenue, over
Eonyies Tailor Shop
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it 'r!!;;.v""-,,:,V vTtwo-thlrl of theaddi-r--Ut
,:,'c, ' uuhiIkt of buui' will be
Attract free with dvu
Taxes to Pay Until 1893.
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i' 'N r :;,r,"rT " 'ot l.-for tbiy a eall -old.
i , I t tbuy l'M,,'Jr u1 cure
tm lot of yc.urch .ice
S'hrt,! V. '"o-aiviuion jngt plttted
it I. j M . , no n Bro-. nd locked on the
aisat,.. :d? "1,c,r-c 'ailway. being bont five
k.ti,..','.' V010 ,he Wftoflice. The land i
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GEO. F. EOTH,
at Jackgn Si Uorat office.
AT THE ALTAR.
Carriage at Hampton of R. S. Silvis
and 3f iss Myra Adams.
J.nn 3Ic.'imra and ninm lather
Ine Ij. Hawes Wedded This
AnertooB Other Matri
At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
the heme of the bride's mother in Hamp
ton occurred the marriage of Mies Mjra
Adams to R. S. Silvia. Rev. A. Harper,
of Port Bjron, officiating. The bride
was attired in a handsome wedding cos
tume of brown silk, and the groom in the
conventional black. The ceremony was
witnessed by a large number of intimate
friends and relatives and was performed
in the front parlor under an elaborate
floral arch, bearing the initial letters, ' S.
and A." The interior of the house was
handsomely decorated with a profusion
of beautiful Sowers, and on the well
kepi lawn ou aide the guests were served
with a sumptuous wedding supper, which
was heartily pbrtaken of, after which the
company spent the remainder of the eve
ning in a roaaner appropriate to the oc
casion. Thi; bride is a most estimable
young lady of Hampton, haying been
born and raited there and is prominent in
social circles, and for some time past has
occupied a n sponsible position in the
public schoo s of that place.
Mr. Silvia, the groom, is well and
favorably known here, having been turn
key at the jail some time during the time
his father wf.s sheriff, and has hosts of
friends here who will wish the happy
couple godspeed. Mr. and Mrs. Silvia
were the rec pients of a number of beau
tiful and costly presents among which
was $100 in gold from the father of the
groom and f 20 in gold from the groom's
uncle. The young couple will go to
Carbon Cliff in a short time where they
will make their future home.
The follow ing guests from abroad were
present at the wedding:
Messrs. and Mesdames T. S. Si! vis,
W. A. Porter, C. D. Gordon and Charles
Bill, and Mhs Etta Silvia and Miss Mam
ie Long, of Hock Island; Stephen Buck
and wife, Oscar Bisant and wife. Mrs. D.
Daggett and the Misses Lizzie Adams and
Mary Wendell, of Moline; Messrs. and
Mesdames R. S. Stlvi3, Sr., of Carbon
Cliff; George Holland, of Chicago; Ralph
Babcock, of Milan, and Mrs. J. V.
Adams, of Yason City, Iowa, and the
Messrs. Lee, Sharp, John and Milton
M 'SAM iRl HAWES.
This aftjraoon at 4 o'clock at the resi
dence of Msj. C. W. Hawes, 1114 Second
avenue. Miss Katherine Leslie, eldest
daughter of Msj. and Mrs. Hawes, was
united in marriage to James McXamara,
train dispatcher of the C, B. & Q. road
at Fulton, 111., Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor of
the Central Presbyterian church, perform
ing the solemn and beautiful ceremony.
The happy joung couple stood beneath
a lovely llorul bell in the back parlor, the
bride being attended by her sister Miss
Josephine B. Hawes and Miss Irene Rosen
field. The piestB were ocl; relatives and
a few family friends. Miss Annie Mc
Xamara, sisier of the groom, being pres
ent from abroad. After the ceremony an
elegsnt weduing supper was served, the
bridal pair being complimented by a
great many handsome gifts from appre
ciative fries da. This evening at 7:30
Mr. atd Mrs. McXamara leave for the
west on their wedding trip, via. the C,
B. &. Q., txjieclicg to visit St. Joseph,
Ala , und Hiiwaths, Kan., at the latter of
which citits a reception will ba tendered
them by Mrs. F. T. Bill, formerly of
It ck Island Returning, they will be at
home at Ful on, 111.
The fortunate groom is train dispatcher
for the C, II. & Q at Fulton and is one
of the most trusted atd esteemed young
men on tLis Jivision of the road. He is
also a Sir Kmght of Aurora commandery
22. K. V. His bride is one of Rock Isl
and's favorie young kdics. Born and
reare ! here, a member of one of our
oldest, best known and most respected
families, she has always moved in the
best circles and has many admiring
friends here who have known her all her
At the heme of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cornwall in Sou'h
Moline last c venipg.occured the marriage
of Nathaniel D. Fernald of Chicago, and
Miss May Cornwall, Rev. 8. S. Cryer,
former paster of the Central Presbyterian
church of Rock Island and now of Albert
Lea, Minn., officiating. Martin Bow
beer of Chicttgo. was best man and Miss
Carrie Fernild of Davenport, sister of
the groom, maid of honor. After the
ceremony there was a season of congratu
lation, followed by an elaborate
wedding S'ipper and later the
happy couple left for the
east. Their wedding trip will include
Detroit, Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
Mr. and Mrs Fernald will reside in Chi
cago, where Mr. Fernald has a lucrative
position with Spaulding Bros. He was
reared in Dtvenport, a son of W. H.
Fernald one of Davenport's foremoBt
basiness men and manufacturers, and for
a number or yers has been in Chicago,
having made for himself a record
there for industry and sobriety of
which any young man might feel proud.
The bride is one of Rock Island county's
fairest daughters and no better fortune
could be wbhed for the. groom than thtt
den befell him last night.
The happy couple were the recipients
of many very handsome and appropria'e
At Port Byron last tvenine oc
curred the marriage of Miss Charlotte E .
daughter oi W. H. Lfford, to James H.
Boyd, editor of the Galva Standard. The
wedding was quite an event in local
society as both the young people are very
Port Byron. Rent. 1fi At t.
dence f tue bride's mother in Coe town
ship this evening occurred the marriage
of Miss Emma (joe to.W. H. Whigham,
of Cnicago. Our community never lost
a young lady from its soc al circle that
was more highly esteemed than Miss Coe.
Born and reared here, she, bj her sweet
disposition and inborn faculty to make
friends, endeared herself to those who
were fortunate enough to be numbered
among her friends. The fortunate hus
band of the young lady is a teacher in
the Chicago Business College The cer
emony was very quiet owing to the illness
of the bride's brother, and immediately
after the ceremony and a hearty supper
had been partaken of, the happy counle
started for their new home in River
Forest near Chicago. The best wishes of
all follow them.
Hecora or Kvil Iloinr.
Charles Eddy, alias Harry Fox, who is
not a stranger to Rock Island police cir
cles. being the same individual with
whom Officer Sexton had an exciting ex
perience once inside the station, was ar
rested at Fulton the other night for steal
ing a horse from a barn back ot Daven
port and taken to Rapids City, where he
was taken before 'Squire Shurtleff and
sent on to Rock Island for confinement in
the county jail. In the meantime he had
stolen a bridle and saddle from Dan Mc
Neil, near Watertown, and for this he
was bound over to the circuit court.
There was a fUw in the proceedings of
some sort, however, and the consequence
was that Eldy was rearrested by Con
stable Eckhart this afternoon and taken
before Magistrate Wivill for preliminary
hearing on the ground of larceny.
Officer Hetter this morning arrested
Louis Moore on information furnished by
C.C. Arendts of Kensett, Iowa, who
charges Moore with haveng entered the
house of V. W. Bulger of that plafe and
stealing a lady's gold watch. He stiles that
the pro petty was found on Moore's person
when he was taken into custody. Mr.
Arendts will coma here after the prisoner.
George Hakes, the engineer on the
Verne Swain, arrested for rape, is back
at his post, being temporary released on
1 1,000 bail.
13 Daniel Pinneo to Ida H Metzgar,
w lots 8, 9, 10, block 14, and part lots
1, 2. 3, block 14, Brigham's addition,
Cordova, f 600.
Rufas A Smith to Charles E White,
lots 1 to 24 in block 3. and lots 1 to 12
in block 4, Smith & White's addition,
Moline Heights, $5,000.
Charles E White to Rufus A Smith,
lots 1 to 22 in block 1. lots 1 to 22 in
block 2, Smith & White's addition, Moline
Charles E White to Rufus A Smith.lots
1 to 6, in block 1, lots 1. 2. 3. in block 3,
lots 4. 5, 6, in Moline Heights addition,
lots 1 to 12 in block 1, lots 1 to 12 in
block 3, White's addition, to Moline
Heights, $3.t 00.
Charles P Ryder to Rufus A Smith, part
lot 13. 27, Healj's sub div, 33, 18, lw,
William H GsyWd to Rufus A Smith,
lot 4. block 3, Uealy's ub div, 33, 18. lw.
Rufus A Smith to Ida M Samrnel, lot 7,
block 1, and lot 1, block 2, Moline Heights
Joseph Light to William Dusenbery,
tract by metes and bojndi in city of Mo
D J Newton et al by Master to George
L'.mont, oj lot 5, 2, 17, 2w, Sarah J.
AiBen's sub div, $750.
Pete Roes to Al bin Johnson, w 53 feet
lot 2, block 1, Maria Edward's add, Mo
16 Etate of Eliza Spencer. Report
of administrator filed and approved and
order for partial distribution .
LICENSED TO WED
15 Ctarles C. Wilson, Jennie Bender,
Rock Island; James H. Boyd, Ga'.va,
Charlotte E Ljford, Port Bvron; W. H.
Whigam, Chicago, Miss Emma Coe, Port
1G Richard S. Silvis, South Rck Isl
and, Mjra Adams, Hampton; John A.
Ullmark, Mary Whitman, Moline; N. D.
Fernald, Chicago, Mary Cornwall, Mo
line. 17 James McNamara, Fulton, Kath
erine L. Hawes, Rock Island; Charles L.
Hedlin, Mary L. Seaburg, Moline.
It is very important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be pleas
ing to the taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy in its nature and effects. Pos
sessing these qualities. Syrup of Figs is
the one perfect laxative and most gentle
t'ii t Trip to the Tower.
The nst electric car was run out to
Black Hawk tower this afternoon by
Electrical Engineer Fredericks, of the
Davenport & Rock Island railway com
pany. There were also on board Supt.
Huntoon and members of the local press
who had been invited as special guests
of the occasion.
Cards of Thanks.
John Gsffey and children desire to ex
press their heartfelt thanks to neighbors
and friends who have so kindly assisted
during the illness and at the funeral of
their beloved wife and mother.
The husband, parents and relatives of
the late Mrs. John W. Fleener desire to
thank friends for their kindness during
their late bereavement.
Mr. SaiAead I've got a fad, too, don't
ye know. I collect old and rare violins. 4
Come around and see 'em.
Musician Do you Way?
Mr. Saphead Bless you, no, net a note.
Musician (enthusiastically) I vill
come. New York Weekly.
Not an Alumnus.
Summer Belle That Mr. Spry out
there in that rowboat is one of the most
learned men I ever met. I wonder what
college he graduated from.
Collepre Graduate (contemptuously)
Huh! He's no college man. Look at his
stroke. Good News.
Smiley Scores a Point.
The Haughty Miss McBride Alas! I
fear I shall develop into a confirmed in
valid why, Mr. Basker, where are you
Smiley Basker (grabbing his hat) I'm
going to study medicine. Epoch.
"How is your son getting on with, his
study of the law, Mr. Stoopede?"
"First rate, sir; he's commenced al
ready, he tells me, to prosecute his stud
ies." Baltimore American.
"I think it would be a very good idea
for our " excursion barges to have a
motto," said one of the owners.
"How would 'Prepare to Meet Thy
God' do?' New York Sun.
A New Fast Tram.
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railway will, on August 16, 1891, put on
another daily train between Chicago and
Denver that will run via their new line,
just opened, through Omiha and Lincoln,
the capital of Nebraska.
This train will be composed of new cars
throughout palace sleepets, chair cars
and dining cars, and new modern pattern
day coactes. and will be a veslibuled
It will leave Chicago daily at S:35 night,
arrive at Denver 7 second morning.
Leave Denver 8 night, arrive Chicago
7:43 second morning. .
E. St. John, Jxo. Sebastiax.
Gen'l Manager. Gn'l Tkt & Pass Agt.
Two HaiVctt Fxcursicns.
" Oa Tuesdays, Aug. 25 and Sept. 29,
special harvest excursion tickets will he
sold to points on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway at one and one-third
fare for round trio.
E D W. Holmss, Agent.
T. e American's fall overcoats are the
best that Lonest labT, lowest of prices
and honest trimmings can produce. None
excel. The American.
OFfics. Rooms 3. 4, 5 and G Masonic Temple,
Why not pay the same amount to the Dome
Building and Loan A?sociat on each month that
you are now paying for rent, aui acquire a home
of y.mr own.
L"anf awarded at lowest mee.
tftoca in the firs, series my be had upon ap
pKcaMon ti the Secretary.
I have a large number of old
fashioned whisky glassas, hold
ing on an average one-third as
much as a plain half pint tum
bler. The demand for common
jelly glasses is eo for in excess
of ihe visible supply that I
have concluded to offer these
tumblers, assorted, at 25 cents
a dozen, while they last. They
are of the very best glass,
highly polished, useful In many
ways after they are emptied.
Q. M. Looblet.
CHINA, OXASS ADD LAMPS,
1609 Second Avenue,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Tinware And HvUsk FuKNisniNa Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
- ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
: NEW GOODS :
Oak easles, something new.
-'rape tissue paper is used for all kind
of fancy work.
Ve now have a large stock
So. 9 drawing books.
w D Ps.
iOnn't mention them all. Ctms and see
Watch for our
GEORGE II. KINGSBURY,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 121f.
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. UUOKSTAEDT,
1S11 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAJS'D.
You Can't do "Wit li out:
's Celebrated Cough Syrup,
Tbe very best ir.piration male for Coii'li?. C0M1", Bronchi:, and a'J h:tg and
CURES LIKE MAGIC !
Good alike for cMMren and adu't. Two s'zw 13 and 2lc.
Thomas' Celektsd Kidaey and Liver PILLS.
These pi!! are fjiet t iking the place of the more expensive remeJies fr all kidney and
" iiver complaint.
"V7"H"S7" 3 Becane they &re ea-ier to tak, cheaper in pr'ce nd give tetter
v - - ' risal;..
Give them a trial. None equal them. The pr-pr'tlor will forwurd Ihenj to ry iddrers by
mai', on receipt of price, ij centra botil'. M.e cn'y by
T. H. THOMAS.
Rock Island HI.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair' Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand 'Turn Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes,
Regular Price f 3.00; reduced to t3.25
3 504 00;
' 5.00 5 50;
- 2 50;
. 8 00;
Remember there is only a limited amout of tbe above bargain, to come early.
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Elm Street Store,
2929 Fifth Arena.