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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892.
They Peal Outfora Well Known
Rock Island Couple.
1 PRETTY AND EAPPY WEDDING.
WJHlamrM. rintt And MIm Catherine One
1V4II l.st Kvenlng Theptrlilal Home
Ha4omely Decorated for.the Oecaalon
ad the .lovoua F.veot Fittingly Cele-rated-taay
Token of Remembrance
Iterelved And Hearty Congratulation.
Shewered en the Worth J 1'onple.
At 8 , ' I k lt eTenin at the
feaadaomc lnrao of Ex-Myor Henry
Caree c(! ifj on Fourth avenup,
Ser. John II. Krr spoke
;ho words that united in holy bonds the
Srea of two of Rock Island's beet known
aad deaerredly popular young people,
Tf flliam M. Pratt and Miss Catherine C
Carae. Although the w(d ing was only
family affair, nearly ICO of the intimate
.friends and relatives of 'he happy couple
were present and witnessed the ceremony
which was performed in the front parlor
under a bower of pi ok roses and chrynn
feesaums entwined with pink and cream
ribbon. The interior decorations of the
Ae were very elaborate and an or
chestra stationed in the dining room fur
jhed delightful music. The bride was
attended by Mis; Amy Wright of Duvea
yort and J . L. Dickman of this city acted
man. The bride was charmingly
attired in a beautiful wedding costume of
creatu Henrietta, trimmed in pearl and
iace, ber atundant appeariug in a cos
tame of rink crepe moire.
Immediately after the ceremony fol
lowed a scasoa of happy congratulations,
aft r witich the company repaired to the
large m iiu room of the bottling wcrk
er by, where a delicious weddine
sprettd was ferved which all enjoyed.
S-.renl fi'-nrs were then spent ia social
itiaje nn 1 a fitting celebration of the
"JTunr hiadsorae remembrances from
linsiriDg fricada were received by Mr.
tad Mrs Putt, while a number of mo e
substantia! ones were received from rela
The groom is a son of William Piatt
n wife on Fourth avenue and em
ployed at Rock Island arsenal, and tee
ride, who is a daughter of Ex. Mayor
Hoary Carse and wife, is a much ad
Xkired and mrs'. estimable young lady,
and both will have the best wishes of a
H of frieadi for their future joy and
Th y will make their noma te mporarily
wilo the gr iom's parents, pe nding the
completion of a new home tha t is being
Viiit for them in Ruber A, Peetz'a addi
tion. Ieath of Mr. Catherine Wlvlll.
Mr. Catherine Wivill the Tenerable
Mather of Magistrate H. C Wivill, died
at the home of her son. Frank J. Wivill,
en Btveoth avenue between Fifteenth
aai Sixteenth streets at 10:15 ;his mrn
iig of a gradual deciiLe, egtd 77 years
i oBAoths and 23 days. She bad bjen in
oor health fir a number of years but
kai been failing rap:d y the past three
Aioaths acd the call cane this morning.
She wrs b.irn at Hanover. Pa., and had
spent mot of her life in Maryland coming
to this city after the death of her hus
band, the Ute J-tmea Wivill which occur
ed in thtt ;tte about sven years a?o.
Since th it time ah a has resided with her
sans in the c 'y Mrs. W ivill was a kind
hearted christim lair, whose declining
years had been spent in peace and con
enimcnt. Sim leivt-s two eons snd a
daughter. FrinkJ.andH C. of thi
sAj and Mrs. Mary A Null of Mount
The funeral occurs from the hr.me of
lir son on Seventh avenue to St. Joseph'
Catholic church Saturday moraing a'. 9
100 Reward S10O-
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to 1,'arn that there is at least one
dreaded dis iase that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
satarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity.. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, require a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ter a ally, acting directly upon the Mood
ad mucous surfaces of the syt-m
thereby destroying the foundation of Hie
disease, and giving the patient strength
by huiliiiuir up tbe constitution ami m
Siating nature in doing its work. Th"
proprieiors bavtr so much f-iilh in its cur
ative powers, that tliey ff-jr One Hun
dred Dollars for r-nv cae that it fails to
cure. 8 nl for list of testimonials.
Address F. J CilESEY&CO.,
fjTdold by Drurgists, 75c.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tap bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used ia MUlions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Nice freth fish at Souler & Son's.
Fresh oys'ers at George Browner k
Ftna beney at Cohn's, 1513 Secon i
Pickles ani celery at Cohn's, 1513 Sec
For your groceries go to Cohn's. 1513
Fine eating apples at Cohn's 1513
Baltimore oysters and fresh! celery 1 1
Souder & Son's .
Frh lake and river flsh at George
Browmr & Co.'s.
Make your bets on shoes payable i t
Wright & Greenawalt's.
Otto Herket is up from St. Louis for a
few days Tis.t with old friend.
A lot of choice eggs to tell by the case
at Beecher's commission store on Secon i
W.K. White, a well known lawyer cf
Davenport, died at 2 o'clock this morn
ing of paralysis.
If you want something extra floe for
decorating your home;, parlors or clu J
rooms on any occasion, remember Kre'l
& Math have it.
If yon see any peculiar sights on th
Itr ' these days don't be surprised.
l't,n to one it will be the spectacle of a
republican fulfilling bis election pledge.
The S ;venan club meets at its rooms
at 7 ;3J o'clock tonigbt to make arrange -
ments for celebrating the democratic
victory. Every member is requested t3
The Arscs special red election result
edition published yesterday mcrning was
distributed to all subscribers but the
paper attracted so much attention that it
ma taken from many yards before it was
received by the proper people.
Henry Barnes, a you&e man employed
in tbe Lumber Company's sash factory.
alter starting one of the roacmnes yes
terday afterooon had his left hand hit b?
a fl)ing piece of wood that had got,
caught in (he machine lacerating i. so
badly that it was necessary for Drs
Plummer and Barth to amputate all bur.
the thumb He was later conveyed to
nis Lome oa tigbth street and Sixih ave
CLAIMING THE CROWN.
Battle Royal in a Second Avenue Keatanr
ant Today Its Outcome.
There as an animated scene at the
Cron restaurant on 8econd avenue just
at noon today. Hans Schroeder,
of the Twentieth street meat mar
ket, has held a chattel mortgage on
the stock and fixtures in the restaurant,
which belonged to A. B Johnson. The
law firm of Looney & Kelly represented
a c'.aim from a creditor in
Davenport t the amount of $80,
which they put ia the hands of Constable
Martin who served it and deputized
Charles Woodi to stay in possession of
the place. The latter then closed the
doors and put everyone out and
when it came to putting Johnson
and Schroeder out they resisted
and when Mr. Looney went to assist the
deputy he was struck across tbe head with a
cane by Mr. Johnson. A warrant was then
worn nut charging Johnson with assault
wiih intent to commit murder and he
was accordingiy arrestad and gave bond
for his appearance next Monday.
This afternoon Mr. Looney and Dep
uty Woods being still ia possession.
Searle & Seirle and William McEniry.
attorneys for Schroeder and J lhnson, ar!
v!s"i the Iatier to bre ik their wav into
the building which they did by breaking
the glat9 in the front door, and as they
did so Offlie; Long also stepp d
in and arrested Messrs. Looney and
Woods onch'irces of assvili preferred by
Messrs. Jobnion and Schroeder, and
they tU irive bond for tbeir appear
ance. The place wiil probably be sold at
pnblic or private gale thi evening.
DjspepMa's vi;tin)! fiuti pri-mpt and
permanent reii f in Hood's Sareaparilla,
which tones tbe etomach and creaies an
Honor Were Nearly Kven.
Bf.kmx, Nov. 10. A riot with terribly
fatal consequences, attributable to the in
solent beating of a party of soldiers, is re
ported from Biesheim. A number of sol
diers who entered a wine shop became in
volved in a quarrel with a crov d of citi
zens who were in the place, and who
claimed to have been insulted by the new
comers. In the fiftht which ensued four
soldier were mortally injured, and the inn
keeper, his wife, and son, and a peasant
Fallnre at South Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. M-The Porter Boiler
Manufacturing company doing business in
South Chicago made a voluntary assign
ment iu the county court yesterday to
Wm. Ponn Smith, a ssij.-nee. Assets are
placed at 55,0i KJ, and the liabilities amount
to $f,(oo. The failure is due to a loss in
Hia Wedding Waa Postponed.
Martinsville, Ind., Xov. 10. William
Russell was arrested for robbery Sunday.
When taken into custsdy Russell had a
marriage license which authorized his mar
riage to Miss Laura Hawkins, tbe wed
ding having been fixed f.orMonlHy.
8 Mary J Hunsnker to M J Hitchcock.
lot 4, block 17. Spencer & Case's add.
Rook Is'and, $1.
Joht; Oirlcon by heirs to C F Blsdel. 1
lot 8. block 59. Canago or Lower add.
Keck Island, f 1
T J R v1mn by heirs to to G H Raum
bach. lot 5. block 4, Gen. Rodman's add,
Rock Island, $550.
Pa-il a Keller to P M Grafton, t 1,
block 4 R Waiker Place, iSouth Moll .e.
8 W J Hvrold to Ek'und & Wabl
berg, part w wj 8. 17, lw 94.800
Lars P Nietson to John A Nelson, pirl
wj ej nw 1 6. 17. ew. f 400.
"I have been using Or. Ball's Coush
Syrud for some time. It cured my baby
of a very bad cough I beltva it was the
means of saving his life. Mrs. Thomas
Hinton; Centreville. N J "
One Fare to Decatur Illinois and Retarr,
On account of tbe Illinois State Chris
tion Endeavor Union, N tv. 17 80 TJ,
will be made by tbe Rock Island &
Pe rla Railway. Rate for round trip
f 5 09 Good conneollors via this route
leave R k Islard 8:0 a. m , 2:20 p. m.
Arrive, Decatur 2:45 r. m 10:15 p m ,
respectively. Depot foot of 80th street.
Rock Island, III.
J- E- Montrose, Manager.
Return by apeclal request
MONDAY, Nov, 14th,
with an entire change of Prrgtmme.
Vnder the personal management of .1. A . Hav rly,
Wm. Poote. manaiier: the flne-t nd bot
Minstrel oreaa zaiion in the world, direct
fro:n a six montb run fit llaverly's
The br8t ringt- (I The best CO .lellsnf 1
The btt dancers! Te bepl in isicianf 1
All the Oil Favirites-Billy Rce. K. M. mil,
E. M. KajTie, Fred Rnill, A. M. Thatcher, Kit
fell, td Bceert, Banks Winter, James Wall, Ha;
r Conxtan'tne, Anhur Yule. Geo. Evars, John
Mcl.eod, tteo. Home.
No parade ont a grand free open air Band Con
cert at S o'clock p. m at Harper House on day of
performance. P ices. Sl.0.1, 75. 50 and 25c.
Durtis Opera House,
THURSDAY, Nov. 10.
I personally recommend this a traction as one
of tbe strongest on the road,
CHA!. T. KINDT, Manager Bnrtis.
MR. RICHARD GOLDEN
So advance in prices. Seats at Themis' drag
stori, or telephone So. 90.
Thk Daily akqls dblivbrbd at your
door every eTemnK for lf4c per week.
JOR RENT Farntshed rooms at 140S f ecoDd
FOR RENT A nonce at 27? Eighth-and-a-half
avenue; inquire next door.
ANTRD- A girl for irsnerU haMwjrk at
IV 105 Th iittei ih enft.
JTOl-Ev l-arcre Hnd Cart : ava '.able informs
Jiion rewarded, 6X) Twentieth street
7 ANTED TW ENTY FIVK RIRl, O S
f sweet potatoes, Ptetidy work for three
weeks. Warm 10 m and d'ywork. Milan Can
ning and Prcserv ng Oo., Milan, 111.
WANTED Earnit, intelligent lady ti etab
lish a cool payiui; bn:n''s; one having had
experience in a sick font pre 'erred: call at suite
3, McCnilongh Uocii. Duvenport, Iowa,
GKNTS making $5 to 510 per dav saline the
I Hlertrica! Wcn.li r hon holt want, SOUBrndv
street, IHVenport, low, second floor, room 9, 3 to
9 p. m. Gerer.il agent wanted.
S wNTT WE WANT FiRST
class traveline alc-m n to bundle onr lurn-
ncati noil? and grease as a si 'e line. Columbia
Oil sg dt'Tcas- Co.. Cleveland. O.
Some dealers, in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of adver
tising dodges in order to deceive the public; you will find it a decided
saving to buy your spoons of spoon dealers-your photographs of pho
tographers and your Shoes at the
Dealers who pretend to be giving away a 25c Spoon and then charge a dollar more for a pair of
Shoes, are not the style of people you want to trade with. Do not allow yourself to be humbug
ged, you will find our price so much lower without spoons and photographs and our goods so far
superior that you will be able to buy three or four spoons with the saving on every pair of shoes
bought of us. We sell our shoes upon their merit no snide advertising dodges required to at
tract custom. By all means buy your shoes at the
np A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pair besides
our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
i'i kei p fire all niirht with soft coal;
will not gas or smke; heavy steel bodv;
large ash ran Ctll f.nd cxtmine this
wondetful s'ove sold vy
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Jlway on Kino the fined brands of doirestlc
and imporvd ciyars. Ail b ands of tobacco
The score of all ;hi: ball games will be received
L. OLOCSHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue,
OT be Humbugged
Whoever made trie assortment
of Ladies' wrappers just
placed on our counters got
mighty little for their labor.
Their loss, however, is your
gain; you are spared the la
bor of making.
Lot 1 A good assortment of
dark ehiid a, well made,
Lot 2 Little better material,
-Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
AlHelephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Na. 1103. 1700 Third ATe.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at onr piemises.
MUNEOE. DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION;
5i?"Good Rooms by day or nigh:.
USDSRHELL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Some better ones, too. You
can't afford to sew, sew,
sew. when made up gar
ments are so cheap.
More of those Ladies' Night
Robe 8 at
But two garments to any one
Some late arrivals in blankets
are going at low prices; see
the grey blankets at $1.25 a