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THE BRIDAL BELL.
Two Worthy Couple Joined by the
T. 1'. tkflel aid SUM Etia -He-lonall
and Mharp Mllvin and Minn
Una KiDf United Other Matrl
At the residence of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A J. McDouald, 2050
Fourth r venue, at 7:30 last evening, oc
curred the marr aje of Mifs Etta McDon
ald to Themlore C Wakefield, the bridal
couple being attended by Miss Idessa
Wakefield, sister of the groom, and
George McDonald, brother of the bride
The ceremony tub performed by Rev. W.
S. Marquis, pastor of the Broadway Pres
byterian church, in the presence of a
small company limited to the relatives of
the contracting parties and 'he associates
of the bride in the Rock Island
public schools. Following the service
came congratulations, the happy couple
also becoming recipients of many hand
some wcddiDg gifts from admiring
friends. An elaborate weddidg supper
Mr. ana Mrs. Wakefield will at once
commence housekeeping in a comfort
able home the groom has OWCted on
Twenty-third street. The bride hj.s been
connected w;th the Rock Island public
uchoo's ever since her graduation from
the High school, and since the comple
tion of that building, has been principal
of the No. 5 school, She was born and
reared in Rock Island, and has proven
herielf one of the most cultured and i In
dent teachers in the Rock Island public
school corps. She has many friends
who will congratulate the groom on his
good fortune. Mr. Wakefield has been
for years a traveling salesman for the
Rock Island Lumber Company, and is
popular wncrever he is known.
A quiet but impressive weddicg took
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Kane on Eighteenth street at 9 o'clock
this morning. Rev. Father Mack
in officiating in the solemn ser
vice Itcht loined forever the .ives
of Sharp Silvia and Miss Lina Kane
There were present only relatives and
most intimate friends. The house was
beautifully and artistically decorated with
cut fi wers After the ceremony the
happy couple received congratulations.
Then ail It j urned to the dining room,
where an elaborate weddicg breakfsst
was served by Caterers Krcl! fc Math.
The bride if we'd known to all, havina
been borr;, reared and educated in Rock
Island, ft graduate of the Rock I-!and
H igh school. She has been an energetic
teacher :n our county schools since grad
uaticg, i.nd a general favorite with ai!
w h km r The groom is a son of
R. S. Silvli i f Carbon Cliff and a neph
ew of cx.Sat-r.fi Silvis. Mr. Siivis is
now sup r.L'.ending the coal mines near
Carbon Cliff, and like his fair bride has a
great m nj friends.
The '..icienls were rich and ap;ropri
ate, showing the high esteem in which
the young couple are held.
Mr ac.i Mrs. Silvis left for the east at
11:42 for a short trip, followed by the
best wishes cf their many friends.
Alter July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Silvis will
be at home to their many friends at their
beautiful residence near Carbon Cliff.
Tonight at the Congregation'. 1 church
atMolice, Rev T. B Willson officiating,
occur: the marriage of William Butter
worth of Wash ngton, 1) . C, and Miss
Kathcrine Deere, daughter of C. II
Deere. The maid of honor will be Miss
Mabel C&dy and the groom's best man,
his brother. Frank Birtterworth. There
will be six bride's maids. After a wed
ding tour in Europe, the couple will lo
cate in Moiine.
At Davenport yesterday R;v. J. H.
Kerr of this city united in marriage,
Jesse E. Oaring and Miss Emma Swans
both of Zisesviilo, Ohio.
At C.jldwater, Mich., John D.Bjllman
of Rock Island, and Mrs, Belle Smith of
that city were united in marriage.
HTY ( HAT.
Sidewalk brick at T H. Ellis.
W anttd A good cook. Call at this
For Rent Two newly furnished rooms
1189 Third Avenue.
The finest cuts in the city at Browner's
Columbian meat market.
Order your roasts and cuts of Browner
the Colombian rrarket.
George Urowner has one of the best
displays of fire woiks in the east end of
Call at Browner's and buy your fire
works, and help celebrate our glorious
If yo i want a rich diBh of ice cream or
a pure dish of fruit ice, stop at Kre'l &
John C. Wakefield and wife of Omaha
came to Rock Island to attend the Wake-field-M(
Charl s Lathe of Erie is in the city
with a iew to establishing modern meat
markets here and in Moiine.
For B'de A family buegy horse, gentle
and suit ib!e for a la.ly to drive with per
fect safety. Apply at 515 Thirty-fifth
If yoi r friends ask you where is the
finest a id best confectionery and ice
cream pi.rlcr, always direct them to Krell
There will be a great demand for fire
works this year. Call at Browner's and
get your supply while his stock is com
Ripe tomatoes, head lettuce, cauli-
rnwer, wax Deans, cucuiuoers, anu aij
kinds of fresh vegetables at Souder &
At yesterday's session of the Scott
County Sunday school conyention, Rev
W . Htrquis ot this city l?liyered an
address cn "Systematic Giviug."
If you Aant ice cream for your party
get the b . st and it put up in brick, miion
pyramid or individual shapes Krell &
Math can supply you any time.
The Ri ck Island Ice company has had
a telepho le put in its office and is now-
prepared to furnish pure clear channel ice
10 all who desire it. Their unmber HK)9.
Rock island's half of the Fourth of
July choras of Six Hundred will rehearse
in the First Baptist church Friday eyen-
:ng and 8.1 singers are urged to attend.
Julius Moscnfclder was given a pleas
ant surprise yesterday on the anniversary
af his birthday. It was purely a family
affair, but was no less a happy one to Mr
Mosenf ele er .
One of the Adams Wall Paper com-
pan's wag ns got away on Twentieth
street ab ut noon, scattering paint and
paper aloi g the thoroughfare, but doing
no serious damage.
Will Don who went to Colorado Springs
for his health some time ago is home to
remain un il after the Fourth. lie says
Colorado tgrees with him and his looks
bear out ti e assertion.
Head Clerk Hawes and Director! Hey
(lecKeranc u nite oi Illinois, neau officers
of the Modern Woodmen of America
paid a plebsant visit to Ceitar Camp No
27 at their regular meeting last evening.
a i-ycar-oio ooy wno claims Lis name
la Harry TecUerger of Win thro p, Kan., is
at the police hcai'quartcrs. He says he
Strayed tw ;y from home and the polici
out h;m on a train and sent him to Rock
Isiand. Li , ks like a c jse that requires
Mrs. G. D. Gordon accompanied by
Mrs Bard of LeCiaire, and her daughters.
Misses Don. ana tousle Gordon left this
afternoon f t Colorado, where the join
Mr. Gordon and after visiting for a short
time, will n turn with him.
Renumber tlie A. P A. sociable to
r,i:bt at Armory hall. All friends of the
public tdto ls are cordially invited to at
.. Music, somrs ana peaklntT wni be
the order of the evening. The principal
annress win te msUa Dv UOI. 11 r . Uo wers
Clinton, Iowa. Suoject, ' Ojr Public
school Systt m, its Friends and its cne
Head Consui W. A. Northcott, of the
M. W. A , irnvcd from Grecnviiie this
morning anil is attending the scssi )n of
the directors of the order a, the Rock Is-
and house Head Consul Northcott.
Head Clerk tlawes and Directors White
and Heydeiker attend the Woodmen
log rolliDg a Moiine tonight.
Conductor Pete Jacobson of the red
line had a rather unpleasant experience
with a tougt passenger las', night. When
at the comer of Fourth avenue and
Twenty-third street the car was stopped
to allow a lady to alight. The tough man
was standing on the rear p'.a'form and re
fused to get ont of the lady's way. Cor
aucior jacoiison was aoout to remove
him when be assaulted the conductor and
in the scim? that ensued the conductor
lost a portio i of his uniform . His
sailant escaped to Davenport.
Everything is progressing admirably
for the Twin City Fourth of July Coluin
bian celebration. Work oa the grounds
is advancing rapidly and the grand stand
wili be completed in less than a week
The only thii g to fear is that Rock Is
land's portion of the street pageant will
not be what it should, simply because i
is impossible, it seems, to get committee
men nere wn ) can or win devote some
time to insuring the success of this fea
ture. In the meantime Moiine is going
right ahead a id Kocfc island should make
a move in th. same direction.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest enarens a woman can possass
Fozzoni s Uonpiexion powder gives it
these and every kln::re.l disease arising
from iu:?'.irn blood successfully treated by
that never-failing and best of all '.eiyf and
Swifts Specific SRR
Hooks on Blood and Skin.
application. .VI. In
Te Swift Specific
4 and Skin v
nials sent o: r
Rock Island and Burlington
TRI-WEEKLY PACKET CO.
V. A. BLAIR, Master.
LON BRYSOJT, CI rk
Will leave Rock Island
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 5 p. m. for Mnsca nu', B itlisliury,
Burlington m1 all iuu-nuu
Local patronage solicited, Fcr iiiformanion
apply to UEO. l.AMux f, Agi.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Your pvi'sipht Is nririO,-.. tr,r ..vn, ,,,...,1
care: improper spectacles arc ujsrious, you
pnoumiiu iruM your cyesiui 10 irresponsible
pcildlcrs of cheap epectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
a Practical Optician, aril will wq minf to
properly fit your eyes for et:ry ilefi ct of iMou
and will jaiarunU-e a perfect tit in every CAM.
Tf tV f ssannrt Ik fllsttWN rr, t 1 I irx-fi.-, 1 r H ft deft Of rWft
(Lmb abevjd t urrtd wnb (taasas. uisuter us ftgs
If the line? in this diamond fttnirp do not
appear fquaiiy biaek in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf siirht
timt causes nervous head-ache and shouid
be corrected i.t once. Eyes tested fre.
H. D. tOLSOM,
JeweUr and Optician.
London Electric Vaporizer.
The Blind See! Tne Peaf Heai
l urj? all di -ases of the Rve. Kar. Nose afti-I
Throat, sore, weak 01 rmflsmed eres. bronchitis.
huy rever. neuralgia, removes catarrh Trotii the
head, throat, Inn??, snomsrh or lililliuju.
bMnftnesa ami iesfaess are rarad hv tais nn thoa
cxdj. Physicians ar.' Ornlift arc r. (aested to use
this treatment n all chronic and oh-tinat j cases.
Instmment with f all intnictionj s, nt tnnnv"il-
dress for 2
LONDON KLECTKIC CO., Peor's II'.
JISSOLTJTION OF P.BTNKRniP.
The co-partnership hereto'orc existing nndir
th.- firm na e of Thomas i c-.. has this day I eei
dissolved hy mutual consent, and the hr.sine s
will hereafter he condnctcrl by (icorse Browner
who willaa?ume til liahilaies and collect al! oet
stannine accounts. i
Keck Island June l('.t') 1892.
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
Too many goods in several
departments. We are go
ing to make special induce
ments tins week in order to
doee tliem out quickly.
1 Spring Jackets
We will deduct SMA percent
from price of alt jackets
and oapes. 3J off price of
every garment. If your
size is here you can get
bargains. We will stand a
loss be tore we will carry
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a j 1 1 1 aiong ai
Jn order to introduce
arm US a In!
pnee, hence yon J
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ROCK ISLAND, ill
D. ROY BOOTS,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alw:iy on har.C the flnesl brai.ils at docestk
ar.d Iss ported cu-ars. All brands of tobacco.
The f core of all the ha'.l guinea" will bo received
L. GLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
1SCS Second Ave.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
f -it? XT' Ann D A"nn atit
m m s . 111 r sssssam tmar am n
- 11 wmmmmr m sssmtsa Ki mJi A K Q IV
1526 and in-J7
124, and 128
t-'OPFCKT K"P7T17T?.a 5 umeoADo . , . ,
ior qiiawty. jr you want a ffood knife try one.
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iiiuar 1 uavtj to snow win De. Also iliose
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
B . woman that keeps honse wants one. Wrought lm
nuien r ire &ets and Irons.
orn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal -and every oa
gaarant-ed. 'ikese are all good things to buy at Christmas-a
7.' Vluri uuie- vomein an l see now much I have to show yon
ura is ust-mi ana novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock ' - '
COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
The proper, most satisfactory and convincing way to form a
correct conclusion as to value is by comparison, It is im
possible to judge from newspaper quotations. For this rea
son we ask you to COMPARE our line of $4.35 Mens Suits
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 Men's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Men's Suits
with those others advertise at $10.00; our line of $9.90 Men's
Suits with those others advertise at $13.50. COMPARISON
TELLS THE TALE.
If the quality, fit, workmanship and trimming is not better and the price lower than that of any
other dealer, don't buy. All we ask that you compare-nothing can be fairer.
L( Best Equipped Clothing
UC and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.
Used in Mil ions of Homes 40 Year.) the Standard.