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THE AltGUS; TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1891.
She Cannot Awaken Him!
1 I Tt lK-i! .intra mnro than a foathf rt
awaken bim waen be happens to (al!
asleep in one of our easy chairs. It's a
luxury to sit in them and it's a luxury
" tbat costs you bir, a trifle, for we are sell
int; tbem at the unheard of figure of f 3.
While we are talking of luxuries we
might as well' toll you tbat insomnia will
have no terrors for you if you sees: re
pose in one of our f 2 beds. They're ad
mirably made, finely fiuished and the
price is what may be called a positive
marvel of moderation. You will simply
be neelecting your own interests if you
lose sign, oi the
LOW PRICES we are making on Side Boards.
A good one a t only $ 1 4.
Cane Seat Dining Chair for $ 1 .
Extension and Centre Tables, prices low.
Lounges and Conches all prices-
A large size Bed Lounge only $10
Bed Room Sets prices to suit.
Body Brnssells Carpets, $1.10 per yd.
A complete assortment Ingrain Carpets
Oil Cloths, Window Shades and Curtains
Chenille Draperies and Rugs at
A full stock of Cook and Heating Stoves, Etc. CASH OR CREDIT-
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening until S:00o,cloci,anl Saturday's nntil 10:00p. m.
11 GAS MIR.
AND DKXLKB IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
C3"Best work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and siop 210 18th St. Telephone 1183.
CHAS. W. TERBURT. Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
niCOKPOIUTZS TTSDBB T IB BTA.TK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn., and Satnr lay evenings from 7 to 6 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. H onev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. RXYNOEDd, Pre. P C. DSKKXANN, Yiee-Pre. J. M. BTJFORD, Cashier.
F. L, Mitchell. I. P. Beynolda, P. C Denkmai n. John Crubangh. H. P. Hall,
Fbil.MitcbdL, L. Simon, S. W. Bnrol, J. M. Baord.
Jacxms Husr, 8c Ucitora.
jy the sot
x Began business JnljB, 1S90, and ocenpy the soutaeaet corner of Mitchell 4 Lynde's new
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WILL KSOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
baa purchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and finer stock than evr. These ioodi will arrive in a few days. Walt and see them.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KIOHN & i.DLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
aaroaa vat aitxb uom.
is avid witb a writ-
t-sa TDBrantfi to cure nil nrr ion dieeaftnett. uch mm Weak Memorr.
jUotsof Brm power, Hentlitrhe. WRh-ifulnew, lot Manhood. Nifrtall Krais
eionn, Nerrouftnea. Limude. all itf-tv ds and loss of power of the lienerati re
ruan tn eitber b?x ct.use.1 by over txertion. vonthful rror. or excessive
dm) of tobacco, opium or stimulants which KMrj lead to nrf mitr. Consunip-
i tion ana innanuy. iui up convenient 10 carry in pocxet. ax per pacc-
atre by mail; o lorvo. who every aoi aer we gitm a wwim j-wanw iocw
or rejund Uu vwtuy. Circular Xroe. Ad iresa A'erwe Iftee Ce., dale-. Hi
sale in Bock island by Harts & Bahnaen. Id Ato. and 20th street
A BRILLIANT AEFAIR.
The Wadding of Lieut Xormoyle
and Miss Emma Ecker.
As) lotporiaat 3ltrimnlal JBvtnt at
Kl Pasi The t eremonj Jay.
The El Paso (Tex ) Tribune of the 24. h
contains the following account of the
marriage of the Hott Island boy, Lieut.
Kormojle, of the regulur arm;:
The marriage list evening in the psr
lora of the Uraud Central hotel of Miss
Emma, eldest dniRhter (f Col. Sam
Ecker, tn Ljeui, J. E Nmm Hie, United
Stales army, was one of those quiet,
brilliant unions of two loving Learts that
bears with it the deepest reverence and a
tone of veneration that are only heir to
those who are born of a sphvre in the
higher plants of society. These young
people were leaders in the young society
circles ot El Paso, and their friends are
numerous and muny. The event was
conducted in keeping with the wishes of
I In happy couple, as bo:h are of a retir
ing disposition, but at the same time are
most pleasant compaulocs. The Urge
and spacioua parlors in which tbe mar
riage ceremony was performed were most
beautifully an handsomely decorated
with all kinds of cut flowers and poited
plants, which lent a fragrance to the at.
mospbere only second to tbat of the
charming and graceful bride fragrance
of her disposition, winning manners and
kindly nature, all of wnich are innate.
Lieut. Normoyle is an exemplary young
man, and wiil surely prove a consistent
and worthy husband, and, like his charm
ing wife, will be an ornament to society.
The young couple begiu their journey
down life's stream under the most auspi
cious circumstances and their many
friends wish them bon voyage
Promptly at 8 o'clock John Krause, the
pianist, performed one of Meodle; sobn's
wedding marches and the procession pro
ceeded to the parlors. Lieut. Xormoyle
and his best man, Lieut. Le clit. entered
first, both being altirt'd in full army uni
form, followed by the bridesmaids.
Misses Helen and Jessie Ecker, sisters of
the bride, who wore dresses of yellew
crepe, and their presence was very im
posing, eich carrying a boquet of
Marecb&l Neil roses. The letter were
followed by the bride, bo ws unnc
companied. iie carried a htudsouie.
boquet, composed .f white tea and tube
ro'ts and maidcD hair ferns. The bride was
attired in a very rich costume made up
of white velvet, silver and crystal, wh.cb
was a production of Worth of Paris, and
her appearance was strikir.gly beautiful.
Mrs Smnd Ecker. mother of the brids,
and Mr4. Eugene C. Morton followed the
former being attired in a handsome
gowo of black laie, waile Mrs. Morton
wore aa imported goicn of Nile green
f i!le and embroidertd crepe. Other tich
and cosily gowns were worn by the lady
Just as the bride neared the altar over
which was erected a beautif al canopv
made of United States flgs. her betrothed
advanced to meet her and both were mvle
one, the scene presented being very imi
Father Ferrari performed the ceremony,
and after imparling the usual advice on
such events and invoking divine blessing
on tbe happy couple. Miss Ecker held a
reception until 9:30 o'clock, when a so
ciable was indulged in by those who were
present. During the entire reception an
excellent orchestra from Fort Bliss ren
dered the most charming music.
Just as the bridal partv entered tbe
parlors Chester Ecker and Momer Myles,
youths whose ages are nine and seven re
spectively, formed an aisle way through
which the party was to pass, with two
large white silk ribbons which we e at
tached to two stands of arms placed on
either side of the large parlor doors.
Tbe guests from a distance were
Thomas Xormoyie. of Rock Island, 111.,
Mr and Mrs. Eugene C. Morton and
Lieut. Lei ten.
Mrs. Normoyle's treaseau was very
rich and costly. It was made by Worth .
After tbe sociable, which was held in
tbe large dining room of the hotel. aDd
tbe pleasures and congratulations of tbe
evening were over. Mr. Nonnoyle es
corted bis accomplished wife to her new
borne at Fort Bliss where he is sta
tioned which had been previously pre
pared for Mrs. Normoyle's reception, and
from that point tbe ship of matrimony
will stt sail down the stream of life witb
Lieut, and Mrs. Kormojle as passengers.
The Tribune extends its most gracious
congratulations to the young couple, and
may their union prove to be one of un
alloyed bliss for all time to come.
"The Old. Ola tory- TcniEbt.
Tonigbt.at Harper's theatre.will be pro
ductd one of those charming Lyceum tht a
tre comedies wLich goes hand-in-haud
with "The Charity Ball.'' '"The Wife,"
"The Henrietta." and"Men and Women."
"The Old, Old Story'' is a new society
play by Benjamin F. Boeder and Walter
C. Bellows. As presented by West &
Babel's stock company ot New York
players it takes rank with tbe most nota
ble dramas of American life. The play
will be found to be healthy in tone, and
brilliant and forcible in expression, and
the company is one wherein every mem
ber is a finished artist. The pity is purely
American, and one of genuine human in
terest. It contains m-ich sent ment and
abundance of comedy, thus co-mingling
the sunshine and shadow of real
life. Through its scenes men and wom
en appear, acting as real men and women
do, and displayipg that heroism and
those virtues of which real life is so full.
The story is one of struggle in a woman's
heart between love and duty, a common
human experience which is always an
interesting spectacle. A young worn in
whose thoroughly honest nature is at
least refreshing to the spectator, feels
herself in duty bound to marry a man
whom she does not love and to sacrifice
a man whom she does love. The motive
which impels her to this course Is com
prehensible; more than that, it awakens
sympathy. She consents to marry the
man she doea not love, not merely be
cause he is the son of ber guardian,
her closest mile fneud since child
hood, to whom she has been tacitly be
trothed; it is chit, fly bictuse this man,
his father's partner in business, has be
trayed his trust, has menaced ber family
and its good name with disgrace and dis
honor, und co oniy avoid it with the aid
of her fortune. Her confession to the
man she loves, and whom she puts aside
from a sense of vistic?, ba, thertfore, a
true spontaneous ring of passion in it
This dramatic point is highly intensified
by the fact that tao girl's guuidi&n Lvd
also, in his younger diys, betnyed a
trust, and that his victi.u b;il been the
father of the man she loves.
Good plays always have met witb si;c-
cess here, and tonight, from indicaliocs,
we will sustain our Credit.
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Chocolate, v&ciila and pech ice cream
and lemon ice at Krell & Math's.
Several modern houses on Thirty-sixth,
Thirty-seventh, Thirty eig:h acd Fortieth
streets for sale cj for rent. E. II Ouyer.
For Kent Oae lilorK from the Hock
Island line, a grocery aid butcher shop
combined; good cellar aud four first-class
rooms, if wanted; also ham. Enquire
at this office.
Brick ice cream tikes the lead and
Krell & Math take the lead in turning out
tbe finest, purest and best in the three
cities. Try them when you want some
thing nice in cream.
P "AHflHOR" "1
is end will ever bo the
Poina'in thn Kififl. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
Before you seed to wry, oBtain
n-corr nt? chaRCE"C3
the valuable hocVi "Guide to Health"!
Prize Medals Avsrdcd!
TT: -1 Tlntm-rAavn nttati.
KtiMfiikan. KanatAiti. Lmiuiifi.
1 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by
md other druggists
J. S. Darraii,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
All kinds of Cheese
Limburg, Brick and Green,
And everything good in home
A line assortment of coffees and
Fine French sardines, beet
Genuine imported Lucca oil
lrom Leghorn, Italy.
Potted ham in cans.
Potted ox tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon.
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armour and Gilmore ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Fresh laid eggs.
Dried beef in hunks for slicing.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
THE MOLINE WACO
(VsP' u vr f- -r- ,
M&nulactnrers ol FARM ''sppnin"-. .Z
. ' J tiiJ rr : utI
AtaTJ tatCMinlnU Una at PMnniu - . . 1 l
Pipe, Brass Goods, h
Ho?e. Fire Eric's. E-
DEAN STEAM PUVPS
SIGHT FEED LUBRiri
Twemy dajVtriaU'io rtr; ,
Safety Heaticg Boilers atj Cc
Tclepaote n. EisisttatM,,
Manofactnrer of all kites of
BOOTvS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes aspeeiaitv. Repairing cone Eeai'yaE(Jproiiipt.T.
A share of jnm patronaa respectf oily solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. K.til
B. P. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builde:
: : Rock
Office and (Shop Com" a. gj.
vwaof cirp- rter work o specialty. Plans and estimv.es for C. fcT.d';b
:-ncO on aDDl.cvon
CHI . A" zrt
-JCSLYEROTHEP.S. M Warren 8Uew Tort rrlcsKc
AND COOKING STOVES.
M. & D. STEEL RANGES,
THE BEST BAKERS ON EARTH,
Eold only by
1615 and 1617 Second avenue
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