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THE ABGUB, THURSDAY NWEMBE R 5, 1891. 5 V
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HANJ) AND HEART..
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Miss Flora Rosenfleld Married to
Taa Conaor-KcliaaMt Kaptlala at Bt.
. Jaeeph'a CI areli WeddiBK af
Robert Falleriaa at Orlaa. .
At the pleasant home of the bride's
r areola, Joseph Rosenfleld and wife,
1023 Third avenue, at 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, occurred the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Fora, to Abram Strauss,
of Anamosa, lows. Dr. Samuel Green
field, of Peoria, oBciating. The interior
of the handsome home was elaborately
decorated with a profusion of beautiful
flowers and plantu and the ceremony was
performed in the front parlor where it
was witnessed by a large number of rela
tives and intimate friends. The bride was
aitired in a beaut ful wedding costume of
white silk and ca tied a wedding bouqnet
of white rotes, wl.ile the groom wore the
conventional Mac. After the ceremony
the happy couple received the hearty con
gratulations of their many friends, and
Inter a bounteous wedding feast was
served and the guests all joined in cele
brating the event in an appropriate man
ner. The groom is a prosperous young bus
iness man of Aniimosa, Iowa, being en
gged extensively in the dry goods busi
ness at that place, and the bride is one of
Rock Island's most lovable and most
cultured young lailies and has a large circle
of friends who will with the happy couple
Godspeed. Mr. and Mrs. Strauss were
the recipients of an unusually large num
ber of beautiful presents from admiring
friends. They left on a late train on
their wedding tour, which will embrace
Chicago, St. Louis and the west, and re
turning they will be at heme to their
friends at Anamot a. Iowa.
Schillinger's; orchestra, of Davenport,
was present and furnished delightful
music during the evening.
The following quests ftom abroad were
present: Samuel Sterenberg and wife, of
St. Paul, Minn.; J. B. Sax and wife, Ols
tumwa, Iowa; Gus Wolf and wife, Grand
Rtpids, Mich . ; Adolph Silberman and
wife, Chicago; L Waterman and wife,
Ueneseo; H. Hermann and wife.Geneseo;
Mrs. 8amuel Bloci and Miss Julia Block,
of Muscatine; Mrs. David Wolf and Mrs.
Settle, of Evart, SHch.: Louis Rosenfleld,
Chicago; L Frank, St. Liuis; Mrs. S.
Strauss and Miss Exmt Hirst. Chicago;
L. Alexander. Yo k. Neb.; Ike Strauss,
Anamosa. Iowa; D. HtrSh, Chicago; M.
Frackel, Oskalocsa, Iowa; Miss Julia
Bloon, Iowa City, and M. Rothschild,
At St. Joseph's Catholio church at 0
o'clock this jp.on.ing occurred the mar
riage of James Connor, of Chicago, and
Mrs. Anna Schmidt, of this city. Rev.
Themaa Ma:kin officiating. It was a
very quiet all air. the bridal party being
driven to the cburjff in carriages, and im
mediately After the ceremony repajred to
the home of the bride's parents on Eigh
teenth street, where an elegant wedding
breakfast was served.
Mr. Connor hast been for a number of
years a popular and success 'ul traveling
salesman," has fi lends by the score all
over the country, and has succeeded in
accumulating a la-ge share of this world's
goods. The same good fortune which
haa characterized his business career has
been true of this latter and most impor
tant event in his social life. His bride
is one of Rtck It.land's most highly es
teemed ladies, and t be congratulations
which the fortunste bridegroom receives
will be as hearty ls they are many.
Mr. and Mrs. Connor left this morning
for California on tbeir wedding trip. On
tbnir return, their home will be in Rock
Island, the grooti having purchased a
beautiful home here, and henceforth he
becomes a citizen of Rock Island. He is
one of those public spirited, high minded
people whom Rick Island delights to
FTJLLKR ton- hiogis s .
At 6 o'clock last evening at the home of
the biide's father, Levi Higgins. at Orion,
occurred the marriage of Miss EfBe Hig
gins to Robert Fullerton, of this city.
The bride is one tf Orion's fairest daugh
ters, and the groc m the popular prescrip
tion clerk at the Harper bouse pharmacy.
The parental mansion at Orion was the
scene of gay festivities in honor of the
event last evening, and today the happy
couple came to tl.is city where they will
make their future home.
1 ' all 4 A way. '
At 4:80 o'clotk yesterday afternoon
occurred the deat'i of Michael O'Brien at
bis home, 1012 I'ust avenue, from aBth,
ma. sged 70 yean. He had been a suf
ferer from this miJady for years, and for
the past two weei s had been confined to
his bed till death cs me to his relief yes
terday. He wa born in Ireland and
came to this country in 1851. and after
ward settled on a farm in Rural township
where he resL'ed until about five years
ago. when he mcved to this city. He
was an upright snd conscientious man.
and had many varm friends who will
sympathize with the bereaved family in
their tffliction. 'He leaves besides a wid
ow, two children. Mrs. J- D. Beecher and
a,;-, m. who resides at home. .The
. i ;n nnr from Su Josephs
Church tomorrow morning at 9 o clock.
Th Twij-cuy Olaamblaa Celrkra
Bawaet ta ke ttivea ky tke -1
Tonight the Citizens' Improvement
association of Rock Island, and the Busi
ness Men's association of Moline, will
have their second twin-city joint meeting
to consider the Fourth of July Colum
bian celebration and also a per
manent exposition. The committee of 21
which has had the matter under consider
ation since the first joint meeting at the
Harper, Aug. 25, has after much thought
and work prepared a plan which will be
submitted for the consideration of the
pint meeting. '
The members of the Rock Island Citi
zens' Improvement association, the mayor
and other city officers will meet at tbe
rooms of the Improvement association
and go in a bodv about 7:3 oVlnrfe
Manager Louderback having arranged to
provide a train to and from Moline for
the accommodation of those going from
President Jackson of the Improvement
association has issued the following notice:
To the members of the Citizens'' Im
provement association: The Moline
Businets association has kindly invited
the members of tbe Improvement asso
ciation of tt.is city to a complimentary
lunch at 6binner's hall. Moline. this
(Thursday) evening, at which time the
joint committee having in charge the
matter or tbe Twin-City celebration will
make a report wbich will be ooen for
discussion. In view of the occasion and
the interesting matter for consideration I
earnestly request every member to at
tend, I hope that no one will be absent
who can arrange to be present.
Tbe members will meet at the associa
tion rooms in Mitchell & Lynde'a block
not later than 7:30 p. m., from wbich
place we will go to Moline in a body.
Rock Island, 111., Nov. 5. 1891.
William Jackson, Pres.
William Eusmann, a tailor living on
Third avenue near Twelfth street, was
run in last night for intoxication, and
this morning was fined $5 and costs for
intoxication. Mr. Bean, who owns tbe
house in which Mr. Eusmann lives,
called at police headquarters this morn
ing to see what could be done about get
ting Eusmann out of the house. While
there Mrs. Eusmann called,' and the
thought of being turned out of her home
so worked upon her that she became de
lirious and untrollable, so much so that
it was necessary for Chief Miller to de
tain her at the station. It may be neces
sary to have an inquiry as to her mental
The case of Thomas Fitzpatrick chare
ing John and Philip Buckley with assault
with a deadly weapon which has been
on trial in Magistrate Wivill'a court the
past day or two, was concluded last' eve
ning, John Buckley being discharged and
Phi.ip being held to the grand jury in
bonds of 1250. They immediately swore
out warrants charging Thomas Fitzpat
rick, tha prosecuting witness, with assault
and battery on each of them, and tbe case
was submitted to the court on the evi
dence in the preceding cases, and a plea
of not guilty being entered by Adair
Pleasants, attorney for the defense. Tbe
arguments in tbe case will be heard by
Magistrate Wivill on Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock.
Complaint was made to the police last
night of a man who was seen prowling
about the houses on Nineteenth street
between Second and Third avenues, but
the police on going to that neighborhood
could find no trace of the man.
Little Jo Wivill, son of James Wivill,
was arrested by Officer Eramer this morn
ing for stealing a flag and some parapher
nalia belonging to the Western Catholic
union from Armory bail during the late
An overcoat was stolen from W. C.
Lloyd's fish depot, 1425 Second avenue,
Carrie Barth and Eitty Hardy were
each fined $10 and costs for street walk
Hark Inland'a Arquisltleo.
Mr. J.B. Sax, the enterprising clothing
man, has been in Rock Island the greater
part of the wetk and purchased the cloth
ing store known as the London clothing
company, for which he paid $24,000. Mr.
8ax will at once branch out and pnt in as
fine a stock of goods as any carried by any
Illinois bouse. The store will be under
tbe management of Messrs. E I. Leveen,
of that city, and M. C. Rice, of this citv.
who will move to that city. The people of
Ottumwa know Mr. Sax's public spirit so
well that the people of Rock Island can
feel assured that they will have as fine a
store as money can procure. What Ot
tumwa regrets is that it will take Mr.
Myer Rice and bis charming wife from
this city. Mr. Rice is a sterling young
businessman, who has had years of ex
perience in the clothing business, and can
represent Mr. Sax's interest with success.
Ottumwa Press, Oct. 31.
One story and a half frame building,
seven rooms, with basement and good
cellar; also well, summer kitchen and
good barn; desirable location.
Oae two-story double brick dwelling
with 10 rooms, basement with fourrooms
and cellar, well, cistern and good barn on
premise?: Ursa yard. Enquire of John
Apple. 909 First ayenue.
Having used Dr.' Bull's Cough Sjrup
for tbe last few days, to my gratification
I find it did me a great deal of good. I
had a verv severe cold wbich it cured in
a very few diys. C. C Robbbtsok.
139 Main street, Lynchburg, Ya.
Tk rtrat Heeti.a- af ike Kaek lolaaa
Casual? SaetVty at Hella Taeaday. ,
The first meeting ot the Rock Island
County Horticultural assocUt on was
held in the Business association rooms
in Moline Tuesday afternoon. President
Darling called tbe meeting to order and
suggested that in place of the paper to be
read tbey discuss strawberries, ueing for
a text a couple of boxes that Mr. C. C.
8tone had brought to the meeting. Mr.
Stone came forward and submitted him
self to the questioning of those present.
' The Bedar Wood berry was dibcussed.
these being the berries that Mr. 8. one
had brought. Ho said that tbey were
four days earlier than the Crescent. He
picked th:m this year by tbe 1st of June,
taking from thtm two pickings Ufore
the Michel was ripe. It was the best
berry he had ever bad for fertiliz
ing, using one row of it and two of Cres
cent. The yield is very large, being, he
estimated, one half larger than Crescent.
The size is uniform throughout the sea
son. He had shipped Bubach, Crescent
and others to Minneapolis, wiih Bedar
Wood, and tbe latter stood shipment the
best. H.s estimate of the yield per acre
was from 12.000 to 16 000 quarts, a yield
that is nearly double the best records
They are not as fine quality as some, but
bave had no f:iu't found with them
They continue bearing longer than any
ptber berry, and are gocd sized to the
to tbe last.
A short thlk on grapes was had after
this, but it was decided to discuss this
topic more fully at the next meeting
which will be held the first Tuesday in
December at the Business aes cialion in
Hillsdale. Nov 4 John Butzer is
building a 1 .ige corn crib in town to store
corn wbich he expects to buy this season.
Miss Anna Ft-aster has been at Erie a
few dajs. Sbe returned home Monday
much weaker than for somo time. How
ever at this wriiing sbe is improving.
James Guinn is re-building his corn
crib and miking s-me ottier improve
ments before winter sets in.
List evening was the medal contest at
Bethel church by the W. C T. U. people.
Several youns ladies and gentlemen en
tered for the silver medal given for the
best delivery of a declaration. Miss Jen
nie Pear 6a1 1 received tbe priza. There
was of course the usual hard feelings over
the result, although we have no doubt but
the decision was a just one. However,
we have never known euch contests to
pass off without some person or persons
feeling ihey had not been fairly used.
We hardly think it advisable for the har
mony of the community to continue such
Hallowe'en was celebrated in some
thing more than an appropriate manner.
A load of apples were partly unloaded
and horses and cattle turned out at Jmes
Guinn'a ,. James Newton had a ' wagon
taken' to pieces and promiscuously strewn
through. Rock river timber, parts of wbich
he was unable to fiud. Several others
were mounted on barns, gates wired and
removed, and in fact scarcely a person in
tbe neighborhood escaped. Some of tbe
pUces were doubtless treated too severely
although there are not many complaints.
T.a'vt Hu lija
How cicely Uooa's Sarsiparilla bits the
needs of people who feel "all tired out'
or "run . down," from any cause. It
seems to oil up the whole mechanism of
the body so that all moves smoothly and
work becomes a positive delight. Be
sure to get Hood's.
Hood's pills net especially upon tbe
liver, rousing it from torpidity to ita na
tural duties, cure- constipation and assist
A noted Gypsy fortune-teller is stop
ping at 2293ix.etbtb ij.t1., corner Tbird
avenue: Mrs Boswell will tell ynurpaat.
present and fntore.'all by the hand. All
told by palmistry. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money returned.
Subscribe for Stock
In the Second series of the
Borne Building and Loan Asso
ciation, of Kock Island.
A saft-r and better investment
than Government .Bonds, be
cause the loans are made only
npon established values and it
pays more than three times as
much interest besides the
amount invented and tbe profit
can be withdrawn at any time.
Money loaned at lowest rates.
K. A. DONALDSON. Becretary.
Orncs, Booms S, 4, S and S Masonic Temple,
Probably the most ueefnl
thing I have received liiis i'all,
is an alcohol lamp, stand, and
kettle, all brass, which I am
now showing. It is pretty
enough to be ornamental, and
cheap enough for any one. For
the sick room, or for any one
who wishes to heat say a quart
of water at a moment's notice,
they are juet the thing.
With them, also just in, a
new and not expensive line of
5 o'clock teas.
G. M. Looslxy.
OH,USS ATOLAVS, -
180B Second ATenne,
Bock Island. '
JAHNS & BERTELSEN
Tinware And Hotjsk Furnishing Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCKi ISLAND, ILL.
This glass was not bought at sheriff's sale, but at a great
sacrifice, is all first quality glasses and it mast
be closed out this week.
3 inch Sauce Plates.. worth 10c, only 6c
Half Gallon Pitchers.... " 18c, 25c
Extra large Cellery " 30c. " 20c
Medium large Cellery " 25c, " 13c
6 inch Glats Plates " 5c. " 2c
Syrup Cups.. 15c. 10c
Covered Butter Dishes 15c, " 10c
Individual Salts. Hotel 2C
Individual Butters - 21c dozen, " lOj
Small Sugars and Cream " 10c each, " 6c
Spoon Holders 10c ' " 5c
Fancy Pickle Dishes . " 10c " " 5a
Deeper " " 6c ' " 2c
These prices are good nntil Saturday only.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
A. fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, KOCK ISLAM D.
You Can't do Without:
Dr. HcKann's Celeliratefl Congii Syrnp,
The very Vest preparation made for Coughs, Colds; Bronchitis, and
- rialiBonary troobles.
CURES LIKE MAGIC !
Good alike for children and adults. Two sizes 10 and SSc
U long and r.
. : Thomas' Celekted Kidney and Liver PILLS.;'.
These pills are f Aft taking the place of the more expensive remedies for all kidney and
liet complaint. -"K"
H"Y"' Bew" tn' ,T "ler to take, cheaper to price and gits Better
GIts them a trial. Kone ecjoal them,
mail, on receipt of price, 2S cents a bottle.
The proprietor will forward them to any address by
Hade only by
T. H. THOMAS.
Rock Island 111.
CLOSING OUT SALE
BOOTS and SHOES
' At Elm Street Shoe Store. '
I will sell at cost my Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Glcvea and
Mittens at my Elm Street Shoe Store.
This sale will last ten days only, as I will vacate store
Nov. 2. Come early and get bargains.
2929 Fifth Avenue'