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THE AJ1GUS, .SATURDAY, JULY 22," 18J.
THE SILVER TIE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stanton's
AS EVENT AT BEAEDSTOWN
Brilliant Affair In Wliic-h Many Koi-k
Inland Iople Were lnterritted The Lint
of ri'psents and Description lu Dt-tatl
A I'opular Couple Kerrlve the Uood
Wtohea of Many Friend.
One of the most brilliant ami cor
dial social events that has ever
ttn-n celebrated in Heardstown was
tbe observance of the twentv-
Cfth wedding anniversary of
Bflr. and Mrs. J. J. Stan
ton last Wednesday evening. The
popular couple have so many friends
in this, the city of their former home,
that much interest will be felt here
in the affair, for the number present
well as the many elegant gifts
showered upon the happy couple
fcear evidence of the fact that they
fcave been making friends in leards
town, as they did while residents of
Stock Island. The Heardstown Star
f Thursday evening contains the
following detailed account of the af-
Over -.'in invited friends of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Stanton assembled
last evening at their charming home
to help them celebrate the silver an
aiversary of their wedding. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanton are never so happv as
when entertaining their friends. "and
Tor a week or more they hud been
making preparations for this impor
tant event in their lives. Since their
wedding day Mr. and Mrs. Stanton
fcavc journeyed together happily
along life'sV pathway, and have
shared each other's jovs ami burrows
and by gnd works and their genial,
natural ways have won :. host of
friends in tin, :!nd other parts of the
The briyht !y illuminated jarbrs
Jind beautifully lighted lawn Mir
rounding thoir premises was at an
i-nrly hour a si-ene of life and plea-..
ure. such only as is witnessed upon
occasions of a most happv nature.
Ili-t-i-i ins .ucis.
The guest were nhere d into the
west parlo.- by Mrs. Walter Sta::t.i:i.
where they were formally received
by the bt i.Ie and gro in: of -j.; vear.
Mrs. Stanton reel veil in a bt doming
i-ostume of cream ( hi na sil k t rimmed
with pink satin aml.-iik lace a six
teenth century gown and wore
diamond jewc'ls. while the groom
looked ival smooth in a Death'
Utting suit of black. Among those
who were present from abroad and
assisted materially in entertaining
the large assemblage were Mrs. if
Keith, of Milwaukee, Wis.. . and
Misses Florence and Julia Battles, of
Kock Island. &r?v.
KlHhnratc Ilri'oriitioiiH. '
The house and lawn decorations
were in charming taste. The sur
roundings were such as to make the
quests feel as though they were in a
conservatory or flower "garden, so
jrofuse were the Moral adornments
and so rich was the fragrance. The
roses, geraniums, star jessamine.
mila. ivy and many other tlowers
and vines were greatly admired.
Kut next to the bride and" groom, the
center of attraction was the magnifi
cent array of presents, hence when
the hour arrived for the grand pre
mutation, which was announced la
titat prince of good fellows. Phil
KuJil. everybody made an effort to
yet to the front. Judge Charles
dimming had been selected as the
gentleman to make the presentation
Calk, and right cleverly did he ex
press the sentiment and wish of all.
As he proceeded in his usual happy
way, there LOi one sentence that
particularly struck a responsive
chord in the hearts of all. It was
this: "You have reached vour sil
Tcr mile-post. We wish vour jour
Bey on through life to the Oolden
Gate as pleasant as the past 25 vears
Vive been: we hope that the bright
star of 1'icthlehem may guide vou
safely, hale and hearty, to "the
threshold of tiie diamond line, and
there may you he greeted as von to
night hac been." Mr. Man'ton re
sponded in an appreciative vein that
was peculiarly his own.
At !::! not ice was, given that !('
persons could be accommodated at
supper, the tables having been nieclv
arranged under a canvass canopy
and t, li i - was repeated as fast as the
tallies were vacated until all had
toasted to their hearts content.
The reception was one of n-eneral
enjoyment and so cordial atuMiappv
were Mr. and Mrs. Stanton in their
greeting and courtesies, it seemed
J-hat they were just married.
The presents included many from
Kock Island, and the list will.be read
Jardinier, by Mrs. W. 1$, Troop:
water set, four pieces. Messrs. and
Mesdames W. C. Kesler. F. L. Gibjs,
K. Frazer, A. J. Cray, O. L. Kolfe, J.
II. McGuirc, C. M. Spring. Cad Al
lars and Messrs. W. S. Glover and E.
P. Chapin; silver fruit bowl, bv Mrs.
Kobert Keith and Miss Ida Wi'llough
by, Millwaukec; celery trav, by Mr.
and Mrs. John Schultz; chafing dish,
by Messrs. and Mesdames II. H.
limes, C. K. Jones. C. F. Horn, C.
11. Cummings, A. B. Steadman, W.
1. Kendall, E. S. Horton, F. Demp
sey; Sterling silver tea spoons, by J.
A. Arunz and Mr. and Mrs. i'hil
Kithl; Japanese doll, Mrs. W.
B. Spafford, Chicago; bonbon
basket, by Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Cook; pair of Satsuma
rases, by Mrs. Sallie Lanora. St-
Louis: meat fork, by Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. James: oliv dish, bv Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Willis, Shabbona, 111.;
fruit stand, bj Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
liobert s ; Tete-a-tete, by Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Studyviu, Kock "island; fruit
bowl, by Jamts (1. Neeley, Adam
Schaeffer, Joe C. Seeger, Frank J.
Kuhl, Robert Kirk and George C. Wal
lis: Sterling so. lvenir spoon, "Beards
town," by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Papp
meier; set of after dinner coffee
spoons, by Messrs. and Mesdames S.
O. Huck and J. W. Stanley; fruit
disband sugar sifter, Messrs. and
Mesdames J. Hetteger, H. S. Dcmp
sey. J. M. Hariis, Walt Thron, W.G.
Smith. Freil Kl ieh. Frank Hohrman
and Mrs. Frank Bohrman, Sr.; Ster
ling jelly spoon, by Mrs. Arthur
Spalding and the Misses Battles,
Kock Island; ceicry stand, by Messrs.
and Mesdames A. Kink and P. Zahn;
nut cracker am' picks, by Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Khineberger; bonbon
dish, bv ?.lesst. anil Mesdames II.
I). Mack. A. Soland, II Polard, Kock
Island : Sterling olive fork, by Mr.
and Mrs. Frank HetTner: Sterling
orange set, by Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Callin: pie knife, by Mr. and Mrs. A.
F. Barber, Rock Island; fruit knives,
by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Eckerson;
jelly bowl, by Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Young; souvenir spoon. "Kock Isl
and," by Mr. ai d Mrs. E. 1). Terry,
Kock Island; Sterling cream spoon,
by George Battles, Kock Island; bon
bon dish, bv D:-s. II. and Rudolph
and Miss Alice Ehrhardt; set tea
spoons, by Mrs. F. Thompson, Lynn.
111.: bonbon spoon, bv Mr. and Mrs.
C. Duhack; toot lpiek stand, by Mr.
ami .Mrs. ii. .u. sclimohlt; cake
knife, bv Mr. a id Mrs. Ezra Fish:
'ouvenir spoon, Memphis," bv S.
W. Brown. Meiiphis, Tenn.; soup
ladle, bv Charlis and Jennie, Frank
ami Lillie" (Corkhill); Japanese toi
let, i.i v .Mr. and Mrs. Ii. C. Anderson;
souvenir spoon, by Mr. ami Mrs. E.
Fuller. Kock Island; sugar spoon, bv
Mesuamcs J. S. Jones and W. W.
lavis. Rock Island; preserve dish,
bv Miss Jennie illis: vases, bv Mrs.
II. W. Cross; piano lamp, bv
Messrs. and Mes lames George Bley,
E. Hurst. H. Garni. F. II. Spring, A.
F. sicNchott. II F. Fischer. II. 1).
Fuller. Charles Ireland, J. C. Eidson.
1 ay Post. W. K. ilollis. R. II. Garm,
T. K. Cmdit. GtorgeS. Kuhl. John
Gain,. W. C. Havener. L. W. Berrv.
F. II. Hammer. Frank Hamilton,
Charles Parker. .r. C. Baujan, M. H.
llarri-. Messrs. Otto Banian. . F.
Coi'dit. .James II: rris. W. lVnmscv.
!. V. Comlit, Mrs. E. S. HeiTncr, Miss
Mamie Hcll'ner, W. E. McCollough.
and Mr. and Mrs. F. Golden.
Go to the Tower tomorrow.
Turtle soup at the Star saloon to
Seven minute cars on the Tower
A variety of entertainments at the
Exceptional bargains at the Col
umbia next week.
Watch the Coin nbia space for spe
cial bargains next week.
Continues all week the rebate
shoe sale at the M & K.
Plenty of blackberries at Long's
this evening from 8 to 10.
A. II. Pfau. of Cincinnati, is visit
ing hi:? brother, Lee Pfau.
Everything included at rebate
prices at M. "& K. Pie sale.
Fresh picked blackberries, this
evening, at Long's, from K to 10.
The greatest line of Negligee
shirts, just opened, at Llovd i&'stew-
Why do you go without hats w hen
you can buy one a 25c at Llovd &
Picks, sashes, ruling caps, also
some nice outing shirts at Llovd &
1). I toy Bowlby's son, Sam, leaves
Monday for Lincoln, Xeb.. on an ex
The indications are for continued
fair weatiier and oolcr tomorrow.
Thus do we rejoice.
Oh. yes! Our Mimincr clothing.
We can fix you out in a nice thin
coat and vest. Llovd & Stewart.
W. A. Corcoran'.- barber shop is
being brightened with a new coat of
paint and is much mproved in ap
pearance. ('apt. John lcct and daughter,
Miss Sarah, have gone to Colorado
Springs where they will remain .sev
Mr.-. W. F. Gilmi re and children
leave thi- evening for Nebra.-ka,
where they will im.kc an extended
visit to friends.
The Star saloon 1 as secured a num
of splendid turtles rom Al Owens'
camp and some lire soup will be
The leaving time of the Prospect
park special outing train has-been
changed to 7 o'clock at the Harper
house, instead of 7:o0.
Mrs. II. C. Asbaugh. of Eau Claire,
Wis., arrived in thi city yesterday
on avisit to relathcs and friends.
Mr. Ashbatigh was expected today.
' The Chicago papers today mention
the appointment of Charles Buford.
son of Maj. and Mrs. L. M. Buford,
of this city, to a na al eadetship at
large from the state of Illinois. He
is a bright young man and deserving
of the appointment.
Samuel MeConnell, who has been
engaged in the street sprinkling bus
iness for some time past, was taken
into the county court yesterday and
examined as to his nieutal condition.
The jury cmpanneled returned a ver
dict of insane and he was ordered
sent to the hospital at Jacksonville.
Business troubles are assigned as the
cause of his mental misfortune.
John K. Brittain and wife enter
tained a party of friends last evening
at which Fred Harris and Mr. and
Mrs. Sim Harris assisted along with
a large number of local musical co
plevin a line musical program. All
enjrtyed the evening.
The Morrcll Liquor Cure company
is suing vs. a. nounus, ot jHoline, in
Justice Weld's court for $75. The
latter sets up the claim that he was
damaged by the treatment and has a
cross claim" for f?200. The case was
continued until next Tuesday.
The M. & K. rebate shoe sale
opened this morning, meeting with
a larger attendance than ever, which
illustrates that the public must ap
preciate these semi-annual special
sales, for which the M. & K. shoe
store has achieved so much popular
ity. Col. C. W. Durham is in receipt of
an invitation to attend a reception
given by the Illinois board of World's
fair commissioners in honor of the
national, foreign and state commis
sioners to the Columbian exposition
at the Illinois building July 26, from
2 to 5 p. m.
Whoiesile Dea'cr anil lmp rtcr of
Wines and Liquors.
1C10 -id Ids Third Av
(Succ.SMjr 10 II. W EX I )T,)
119 Ei2htHen;h Street.
J5.-5"Fit and tWorkinan.-hip Guar-
antced the Be.-t.
CieaiiiD"; ai d RepairiDg Pone.
Central Street Railway Co.
INVITES THE rClSMC TO CSE
Picnics and Excursions.
Buatinz. Kwitch-hack, Merry-bo roand, Ferris
Wheel, &win(T9, Uurros, Uesiaurant unl Abun
dance of room.
Special rates for Sunday sehoola.
The Elm street cirnand Blue Line from Bock
tilund make through connections.
Special to Ladies.
To ca;h of the llrnt One Hundred Indira who
call at our office on week )icg!iiniii; Monday, July
1th, we will present one bottle of our new bkin
Lotion. Th Be arc Dot to be famplcs but full
sized 4 oz. 50c hollies.
Dr. Sprjngteen Medicine Go.
25 Whitaker Block, Dav nport.
Everyone is familiar witrrour Famous Rebate Shoe Sales, which have been the means of addin
prominence to our shoe store. In addition to the many reductions in price we shall for one week
give the following:
Those who have attended these
sales (and most everyone has)
know their meaning;. " Many of
our patrons buy a supply to last
from one sale to the next.
Slice 8tore 104 Second avei.u
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
novo hiving a tank that cannot betaken off
for filling, unless the banter are closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
etove having an indicator to show when the
burners are oovh or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
s-tove havtns glass luhes to show th drip
pin;; of ca o'.inc when the at ve ! in use.
TIIE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove l:avins bnrners that canLct be opene'd
fnr.bor than necctsiry.
TIIE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
fiNivc having all parts made of material
which cannon r st.
1615 and 1617 Secoi.d Aviif.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
i fi in. r.. i iiwm . in,
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the tnert brands of doircstic
and imiioi-sd cigars. All brands if tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l he received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S08 Second Avenue.
wsm inr in
50c rebate on all shoes from
20c " " "
It MM MM OCO
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II H R
II 11 B
II R K
I! It R
Si M M M O C
M M M M (1
M M M M U O
M ,M ?.l M t!CC
M -M M M
M MM M
M M M
M M M
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II N X
II N N N
II N K N
II K N N
II N Js" N
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TWO SPECIAL OFFERINGS.
Lot 1 Ladies' sheer corded,
usual price 10c o 15c,
quantity limited to eich
Lot 2 Ladies' sheer embroid
ered handkerchiefs, usual
prici 15c, for thi t-a!e
But three wH be s-ild to
an oii cupt'-n.er.
. MINTIRE BROS.
1709 and 1709i Second avenue.
Commencing at 8 a. m. MONDAY, July 17th
A Cut in Every Department.
LOT NO. 1 Chenille Table Cover, fanev dado fringe. f,)r i!;
Idlest bargain ever offered. Come 'earlv. as
liue will not la-t lonjr at l!ie-e priees.
LOT NO. i Chenille Covers, faney, jilain. eolmed. -.Tie.
LOT X' .'i-A li;' line faney Chenille Covers. tl wide.
faney fringe, a deeided bargain for 1.7S.
ONE OKOSS -jiiart New Idea Pre-ervinLT Kettle? at ."e. u
l.'it'. These roods will only be offered for thi
at this very low price: white enameled in.-ide a::-!
blue otitside. ll.iy now. you will need one ,f t!:. :::.
LADIES" Silk Waist now selling at t ( ,. out. u j;i guar
antee that ym cannot bnv of :ui- other deah-r I t
less than S.j. ;'.
OUR enlire line of Laee Curtains at cost for'this week onlv.
ey is very tivrht. and we must sacrifice this line i ,
turn into money. Shrewd buvers will buv now.
F G. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ.
Analytic auOispBsifls Ptaacist
Is tow !..Ca'4d in Lis i.ew l.ud.liDL' nt the corner of Fifth aveuue
ind Teii!y third street.
J. F. EoESFIELI.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbin".
Ending Saturday, July 29.
1.25 to $4.00
2.25 to 3.00
1.2 to 2.00
.50 to 1.00
One Week Only.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
HBUB RKKR no,,
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B B It K i,
B BR R ii
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B BR R o
B B R R l
a ii k R I.
Ladies' Silk Gloves.
One lot in tans, slates and oil
Special attention is asked when
ycu are in to low prices ic
Ladies' Calico Wrapp-r5
Wash Goods, etc.
223 Twentieth sr.
None before Saturday, Julv
None after Saturday," July
Do not miss it. And do" n;t
blame us if you fail to attend
Store 1729 Second Avenue.