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AT THE ALTAR.
Marriage of Mr. Butterworth and
and Miss Katherine Deere.
A Brilliant Kvt nt at Moline l-at
Eveninu The Ceremony at the
Chnrrh and Reception
at the Deere
Prcbably the most brilliant of the re
cent events in trinity society circles was
the marriage at 1'oline last evening of
William Butterworth and Miss Katherine
Deere. Not second indeed in magnifi
cence and splendor was the happy affair to
themarriacre less than two years ago of Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Deere's younger daugh
ter to W. D. Wyman.
The ceremony which united in I oly
wedlock William Butterworth of Wash
ington, D. C. . and Miss Catherine Deere
was solcmn:zed at the First Congrega
tional church Moline at S o'clock last
evening, Rev. T. B. Willson, pas'.er cf
the church, officiating, in the presence of
a brilliant company of invited guests.
Some 1,600 invitations had been issued
to eminent people frcm various pirts of
the country, many of whom were pres
ent, including of course, the par
ents of the groom, Hon. Benjamin
Butieiwtrih aid wife of Ohio, and cx
Governor R J. Olesby and wife of Illi
nois There were also a large number
of prominent tri-city people present. The
ceremony was in accordance with the
beautitui retualistic form of the Protes
tant Episcopal ohurch. including the ring
Mr. Deere giving his daughter in the
aolemn rite. The maid of honor was
Miss Mabel Cady, coasin of the bride
while Frank Butterworth brother of the
Sroom acted as best man. The brides
maids were Misses Eva and Louie Kim
ball, Misses Grace Henderson and Emma
Chapman al! of Chicago and Misses Grace
Velie and Daisy Taylor of Moline.
The ushers were Messrs. John Cadv
and Charles Velie of Moline, Fred Kinney
and Stewart Harper of Rock Island, John
Milhalle-nd of Reading, Pa. .Harvey Hein
king of Cincinnati, Fred Smith of Wash
ington. D C , and John Baldwin of Chi
cago, I'rof. S.l. liowlby of this city
presiding at the organ. The costumes
worn by the ladies of the bridal party
were beauiiful, and were all imported
for the occasion, the prevailing colors
for the wedding being green and white.
The church was richly decorated, back
of the temporary platform being a solid
wall of plants and foliage presenting a
. rgeont mass of green, while the carpet
coverings were white. The interior of
the edifice was brilliantly illuminated with
Alter tec ceremony the bridal party
and gutits were driven to the residence
of C. H Deere, at Overlook where the
reception look place, and where assem
bled the Dcautx, wealth and fashion of
the tri-cities. While the storm inter
ferre-d mewhat with the festivities, pre
enting the use of the dancing floor which
aad been erected for the occasion. The
refreshments were superb and were served
by Kinsley and a skilled corps provided
The bride is a native of Moline and i
a lady of much culture and many natura
graces She has been a leader in the so
ciety circles of the three cities. Mr
Butterworth was recently admitted to the
bar at Washington, D. C.. but will make
his future residence in Moline, where
while the young couple are enjoying
wcuaing lour or six months in turope
the father of the bride willjerect for them
ahandsomc residence near Overlook.
Mr. and Mrs. Butterworth left for the
east on the first train over the Rock Isl
and road this morning.
A HECErXIOS TO EX -GOVERNOR OGLESBY.
An informal reception ar.d luncheon was
tendered cx Governor and Mrs. R. J.
Ogiesby by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gould
of Moline from 12 until 1 :3 J yesterday
afternoon. Among the guests present
were: Capt. and Mrs. Bennett, Dr. and
Mrs. Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. C.L Grimes,
iv.v bik! Mrs. T. B Willson, Charles H.
Deere. Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. Pope, Mr. and Mrs Sechler, B, C.
Keator. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen,
John Cady, Miss Chapman. From
abroad there were present the following
person : Hon. Benj. Butterworth,
Washington: Mr Mansur, St. Louis,
and Mr B;nnett. of New York City.
Have yon Read
How Mr W D. Wen'z of Geneva. N Y.
wai cured of the severest form of dyspep
sia? He says everything he ate seemed
)ikepo-ring melted lend into his stomach.
Hood Sarspariila effected a perfect cure
7ul! particulars will be sent if you write
0 I. Road i Co , Lowell. Mass.
The highest praise has been won by
lluiw's Pills for their easy, yet efficient,
Harrnon hats. M. & K.
Cleve and hats. M. & K.
Fresh fish at Souder & Son's.
Adair Pleasants is back from Chicago.
Buy j our wall paper at Sutcliffe'a and
save mc icy.
The flaest line of fruit in the city at
Drif&ll & Gleim's tomorrow.
Super 'isor John Schafer, Jr . , of Port
Byron was in the city today.
The It rgest stock and at prices that
cannot be excelled at Sutcliffe's.
Dr. E H. Bowman of Andalusia was a
Rock IsUnd visitor yesterday.
Now i i your time to do your papering
and to b ly it cheap go to Sutcliffe's.
Mr. at d Mrs. Frank Attwater have re
turned from a visit to Clinton, Iowa.
Cucumbers, culiflower and all kinds of
fresh vegetables at Drifflll & Gleim's.
Mrs. Henry Jennings left for Chicago
this mori ing to visit her son, Leslie Jen
R E Sweeney, wife and child, of Sa-
lina, Kat ., are visiting relatives in the
Lost 1 silver watch with gold en-.
graving c n. Leave at this office and re
ceive rew ird.
Wall p per at Sutcliffe's cheaper at re
tail than his competitors can buy it at
Arrange meius nave been made with a
colored qiurtettc to sing sacred music in
addition t a band concert as the tower
At D.-ifl 11 & Gleim's in the morning,
you can buy the following: White and
black cber -ie8, peaches, apricots, red and
black raspberries and strawberries .
There w 11 be a meeting of the Indus
trial Home association atHillicr's hall to
night. Al trustees should be present as
important ousiness will come before the
At Harp .r's theatre tonight occurs th
plantation concert by the ladies of the
colored su toodist church of Moune. at
which an eatertaining programme wili be
Cards art out announcing the marriag
of Max Bahnsen of Peoria and Miss Lucy
Peetz, daughter of Capt. John Peetz, and
one of Rock Island's most popular school
teachers. n xt Wednesday evening.
a. oeauui m set or colors has been re
ceived to irnament the Blacfe Hawk
Tower pavi ion. They are the gift of
Vice Presidmt Mitchell of the Davenport
fc Rock Is and street railway comnanv
Rock Island's portion of the Fourth of
July chorus of the Six Hundred meets
tomorrow . venins at the First Bantist
uuurcn. i ie attendance oi all singers
is earnestly solicited .
Martin L nnell, living in the east part
of town, was brought down to the city
lail this morning, it having become
necessary to place him under restraint
becau se of manifest svmntoms of
a violent form of mental derangement
T. J. Med ill. Jr., returned this morn
ing from his six weeks' trip o the Pacific
coast. He t-aveled the entire length of
California, aad visited the chief cities of
uregon anc Washington, and reports
having enjo?ed every foot of his jour
The log ru ling exercises given by Mo
ion camp 05 m. v . a. last nignt were
well attended, and proved highly en.ioya
blc. An intt resting programme was pre
sented, after which short addresses were
made by Head JConsul Northctt, Head
Clerk Uawes and Directors White and
nenry meyer swore out a peace war
rant yesterdi y before Justice Hawes
charging Ben jamin Gilbert an emploje
oi me water 'rorKs with threatening to
kill him. B fore the hearing of the case
which was se for 7 o'clock last evening
Gilbert had d -awn his money and flew
Joseph Johison Hicts, third son
Robert Hicks, Jr., and wife, of Pre-emp
lion, died at tis home there of typhoid
fever Sunday morning last, aged ti years
2 months and 3 days. He was a sweet
lovable child i.nd a lavorite amon" a
mo inuc ii.awuaup. i ne runeral was
held from 8f, John's church, Pre-emp
Uon, on noud'.y morning at 10 o'clock.
The Davenport Democrat wants to
know why tie Rockford Construction
company does not begin work on a pav
ing contract it has in Davenport. Tub
Argus does not know why the Rickford
company 19 delaying in Davenport, but
it does know t tat the company is doing
a good piece ol work on Third avenue in
Rock Island, a: d is pushing the work
At the parsor age of the FitBt M. E.
church last eve ling, Rev. F. W. Merrell
officiating, Dab el D. Smith and Miss
Emma F. Maniheim. daughter of John
Mannheim of tt is city were united in mar
riage, ine nappy ana popuur young
couple received the congratulations of
their host of friends and will at once
commence housekeeping in a neat home
the groom has prepared for the reception
of his bride ar 300 Seventh street.
R. C. Willerton, chief clerk at the
Harper, has received a new flig to orna
ment the Harper on notable occasions
hereafter. The dimensions are 14 by 25,
and it is the largest flag in the three
cities except the one at Rock Island a:
senal. A streamer has been oidered
with the words base ball on it and it will
be flown from the dig staff at the Har
per on days when there are ball games
A large number gathered at Armory
hall last niijht at the meeting of the A.
A The hall was artistically decora
ted for the occasion, "the little red
school house" being represented ou the
platform. W. A. Gathrie presided and
introduced Robert Bennett who address
ed those present on "The Public School
Ques.ion as it affects Rock Island," and
was followed by Col. H. F. Bowers who
discussed, "Our Public School System,
Its Friends and Its Enemies."
That the Twin-Cities of Rock Island
and Moline are going to have a celebra
tion of the glorious Fourth ou a magajfl
cent scale this year seems to tie realized
away from here as well as in Rock Island
and everywhere withia a hundred miles
or so, people are arranging to come here.
Our people should hustle themselves and
prepare to decorate and otherwise show
their public spirit or they will be as much
surprised with the grand celebration as
those who will De the city's guests on that
No other Tarsaparilla possesses the
Combination, Proportion, and Process
which make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar
these and every kindred illneaSB .-.rising
ir& impr.ro blood snoccssftuly treated by
that never-failine and best U all tessfcf and
on Blood and Skin v
1 testimonials sent on JT
on. AddrciiS Tta
ift Specific Co., V
fLANTAi CA. 1
Rock Island and Burlington
TRI-WEEKLY PACKET CO
W. A. BLAIR, BasteX.
LON BRYSOS, Clerk.
Will leave Bock Island
Every Monday. Wedncsdav and Friday
at 5 p. in. for Maa ine, Ki ilhfbury,
Burlington aud all iiitcrme
Local patronage solicited. Fcr informanion
apply to OEO. LA.MON i Agt.
JJissolution of Partnership.
The co-partnerh'p hercto'ore rxistiiiE nmlcr
the firm M col Thoma & Co.. has this day I een
dissolved ty mutual con-eni, and the business
will hereafter he conducted by Geoiee Browner
who will wi.me all liabilities and collect oil ot.t
Beck laland June lOtb 192.
B. F. TTIOM S.
OKORli Bit VEK.
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If IH nPH
III if of.
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles oi
Too many goods in several
departments. We are go
ing to make special induce
ments this week in order to
close them out quickly.
We will deduct 36$ percent
from price of all jackets
and capes. 3J off price of
every garment. If your
size is here you can get
bargains. We will stand a
loss before we will carry
Handsome dsi,. :
and othr ftl in
Jem along at S3j
discount, i off'
Sopk Cream Soap
In order toiutroduce
juice eoap and BcUr ,
fap the manufa,.
a"1 u a Jot an,
Btrncted us to Bell at
F'-c, iieuce von ,
Week for lu
McINE? E BROS,,
ROCK ISLAND,, ILL.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
AlwajS OB hand the finest brands of doTestic
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco
The score of all the ball iamcs will be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
18C8 Second ave
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 12d and 128
' V ' IV Li 1 i il I V nil M II (1 ,l 1 I l 1 K TSr tr t ha ii, .n-na
v mmrn vvvn IUT AliUiI?i. L'i riiiiUiii
ior quality, ll yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
oet iiive muse i nave to snow will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
livery woman that keeps honse wants one. Wrought Irta
nmsn fire bets and Irons.
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time. Come in ani see how much I have to shuwyon
mat is useiui and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rook Telaad.
COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
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 sl3.so. COMPARISON7
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.
Best Equipped Clothing
B and Shoe House in Rock Island Co