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THE AUG US.
Satcbdat, Jtjne4. 1892.
The Graduates of the Rock Island
Tbe am? f Tnose WM Will be
rromoted From the graded
School, and Those Who Will
Leave the High School
June days are again here and wilb
tktm come the happy days of school
graduating exercises. On next Thurs
iaj afternoonf at Harper's theatre oc
CfclLDUATIKG EXERCISES OF THE NINTH
and all persons sending flowers are re
nested to hare them at the theatre by
10 a. m. on that day. The following is
list of the graduates:
BUILDING NO. 1.
L. C. Daus;herly principal and teacher.
Edward B. Frvsinger. Joseph Gold-
iir ith, Ilarrv C. Hencsller, Charles Ar
thur Eahlke, Jamie W. Knowlton.
Charles J. Mattson, Carl J. F. Rochow,
"Waller A. Rosecfleld, George Steclm&n,
Leonard M. Totlen, Oscar Tounberp.
Lizzie Hays Carse, Josephine A. Gatiah),
Millie L Iglehart, Grace LI. Kshlke
JClzina L Kinncr. AmelU Augusta Over
man, Lulu E. Pinkley, Olga A. Hochow,
ujds naioie, Irene a. reipnsi, cannie
1 Saiith, Rose Wollenhaupt.
BUILDING NO 4.
Miss r.att teacher Nellie B.-oufih. Nel
5e Brennan, Laura Bamberger, va Bark
ti, Louise Dart. Mabel Dodge, May Fergus-
rj..till t reed Grace Hamilton, Lulu Kocb,
.Luzie Kennedy, Eva Loner, Alva Ltitt,
iate Larkin, May Lynch, Gertrude Lar-
sod, Natalie Mirneld Maggie Ohlweiler,
Habel Porter. J essie Roberts. Millie
Schmidt, Louise Sleale, Millie Tegeler,
Xtta Williams, May Youne, Rose Yer
ury, Jerome Appelquist, Paul Baker,
Lee Beardslev, Albert Brandenburger,
Barry Coyne, Will Hansgen, Emil Rahn.
Jted Reimerg, Joe Rjsenfleld, George
Sadlow, Will Willmaser, Fred UamU
Kiss Philip, teacher Katherine Arch"
ex, Robert W. Bocgess, Delia Cohn, Car
oline C. Ehrhorn. Eraelia H. Evers, Myr
tie E. Fisher, Alice E Green, Hattie W.
Eampton, Hi ma L. Hanson. Lucy A.
Beorichson, Alda S. Hodgson, Grace A.
Jensen, William G. Johnston, Henrietta
Kramer, Katherine E. Kofer, Cora E. R
Ju;15y.; Anna V Lambert, Harry S. Lew-
. Estel'.a M. Llod, Margaret Munger,
Louis H. Moeller, Mae M. Miller, Isabel
la J. McConochie, Anna D. Oltmanns,
3-n Tayne. Dora' C. Stark, El win S.
Scliillinger, Sadie J. Schindler, Ora M
Thompson, Tehresa M. Weigand. Mar-
jjunete B. Zimmer, Emma J. Grieve.
aV.ss Biwen teacher Pearl R. Barn-
hat, Mollie A. Kerr, Anna C.Behl, Maude
Keith, Julia H. Cbannon, Tena Mesh'ey,
Stephen Darling. Mary Mills, Mary Nill
on. Ben Schroder. Anna Schneider, Ger-
Jniiie Tanner, Myrtle Weayer, Ben
BUILDING NO 6.
Jiiss Anna Kirkpatrick, principal and
teacher Emma Biihrdns, Eva Ecktart
Lena Fredericks, Bert 111. Louie Jones
Jtintie Jones, Charley Litlig, llvnry
uenster, illie Pender, Henry Roggen
emp. Hugh Scherer. Elmer Stroehle,
THS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES.
On Friday even ng, June 10. at Ha?
yes s theatre, occurs the graduating ex-
rrcises of the Rock Island High school.
The class of '-92" is largar this year than
n any previous year. It numbers 31 in
all, of which 23 are young ladies and
tight are young men. Of the class 16
graduate from the English, nine from the
Latin, and six from the German course,
Latin Edith Noftsker, John Noft
iker, Rov Head, Nettie Coyne, Blanche
Iceland. Eiith Case, Margaret Stewart
3tl!e Newton and Josephine Blanding
fa ehm n aadie JJart, Frank Payne
Anno Montgomery, Christian Koch, Al
K liemenway and Lilla Fulsinger.
English -Jennie Wood. Maude White.
LouUe vvhisler, Nellie Wilson, Jesse Wil
liams, Kinsley Mack, Katie Normoyle,
Aunc Larson, Charles Long, Lillian Fitz
patrick, Mamie Holland, Lily Bromley,
Paul Cieiand Harry Cook, Katherine
3rennan and B Ttha Bowman.
In the circuit court Judge Gienn ren
icred a decision in the case of the People
ts. Olmsted this morning, which came up
CD appeal from Justice Ccoke. Tje facts
u the case fairly raised the question
"whether a teacher can be j rosecuted f or
assault and battery, who in fcood faith,
whips a boy for insulting him on the
afreet, if the boy comes again to school
The court held that the teacher in that
case was wholly justified, thus com-
jletjlj exonerating Mr. Olmsted for any
conduct in the matter. The decision
t u important one in school matters,
Music at the tower tomorrow.
Take a ride to the watch tower tomor
Twetty minute cars to the tower to
CarDtts eolne lively at G. O. Huck
A flna line of side boards at G. O.
Notice Reidy Bros', change of ad; also
note ne-v location.
Enior an electric snin to the watch
For bargains in chamber suites go to
Clemann & Salxmann's.
Twenty musical numbers introduced
Turner Grand, Sunday next.
The admission to the opera bouse to
night wi 1 be 50, 75 and $1.
A valuable property on Second avenue
for sale cheap by Reidy Bros.
A car will run to Milan after the Bon
Hur enttrtainment Tuesday night.
comet ung new ana novel in ine way
of hall n.cks at Clemann & Sa'zmann's
New f.ices, new music, new dancct
Two Johns afternoon and night, Sun
the n.cest line of sideboards ever
shown in Rock Island at Clemann & Salz
Fine lxcl-room suites have arrived
and are arriving daily at G. O. Huck-
Miss Lucia Mackenzie returned last
evening f -om New York where she has
been at school.
The original Stewart's Two Johns
Turner Grand, Sunday next afternoon
and evening. Two Johns.
Strayed A medium szed bay horse
with white star in forhead. Return to
C. O. D. Laundry and be rewarded.
Ine piessing intelligence has been re
ceived of the arrival of a girl in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Abbott, of Clin
If you want a bargain in parlor
suites, nc w is your time. They are
being sold very cheap at G. O. Huck
The Misies Victoria and Adeline Som-
mers, of Laicago, are in the city on an
extended visit to their uncle, John Peetz
John A brecht accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Jacob Oalwciler, left last
night for Minneapolis where they make
an extende 1 visit.
Charles Silberg was fined ?25 and
costs in the police court and sent to jail
as a commcn drunk, and Peter Headling
was fined f ) for intoxication.
The Rock Island Ice company has had
a telephone put in its offlie and is now
prepared to famish pure clear channel
ice to all who desire it. Their number
juau uarr er i . J. uary has secured a
position as ine of the door keepers at the
Minneapolis conyention, and leaves to
morrow nig it for the mill city to enter
upon his du'.ies.
Miss Lemon of St. Joseph and Miss
Duckworth of Cincinnati arc visiting
Miss Hope Curtis. The ladies, in com
pany with Miss Curtis, leave the first
of the week for Cincinnati on a visit.
Reidy Brc t'ntrs and M. E. Sweeney
have rented the room oil the corridor in
the Mitchell & Lynde buildins, and will
commence t ie occupancy of the same
There will be a song service at the Y.
M. C. A. rooms at 3:30 p m. tomorrow,
with an address by C. C. Mclntire,
on the too c, "Life-long Happiness
The singing win De accompanied by an
Miss Ella A. Wheeler, formerly of
Syracuse, N. Y., now of Chicagj, vocal
ist and teacher, will receive pupils from
Rock Island, Moline and Davenport, be
ginning at o.ice. Private vocal lessons
for men and women. Class lessons for
adults and children; classes in sight
reading; training of church choirs, and
singing cIuoh. Miss Wheeler will meet
mose wiBuin,; 10 consuu wun her on
Monday afte-noon at 3 o'clock tnd Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock ut Christian
chapel, where she will give an informal
Ulk on the voice. All are invited. Ad
dress by mai 1131 Second avenue. Rock
Island. Mis Wheeler is the euest of
Mrs. Wadswort an old friend, who
fully acquaic ted with her musical gifts
and who hearuy commend) her to all
pupils of vocal instruction.
The Secretary of State Steps Out
of the Cabinet.
Looks as If lie Were In the Field for
the Presidency Without a Doubt.
Washington, D. C. June 4. Secre
tary cf State James G. Blaine tendered
his resignation to President Harrison
and the same was at once accepted.
This action is taken by the anti-administration
shouters that Blaine is in
the field for the presidential nomination
without a doubt. The announcement
has created a great political sensation
and all sons ot rumors are afloat.
Card of Thauks.
The husband and family of the late
Mrs. Huntoon, desire to return their
sincere thanks for all fljral offerings.
to the ladies of the W. R. C. for their
part in the funeral services, to the
friends and neighbors for their sympa
thy and kindness, during the illness
and death of their wife and mother
and to Agent H. D. Mack, of the C, B.
& Q. R. R., for courteous treatment en
route, stopping the trains both regular
and special at the nearest point to the
cemetery. To all they return thanKe in
this hour of sad bereavement.
Republican National Convention,
Commencing June 7, 1S92. For above
the "Burlington Route. C, B. & Q. R.
R.," will sell tickets to Minneapolis aud
return at a round trip rati cf one lowest
first class fare. Tickets on sale June 2 to
0. inclusive, return limit to and including
June 25, 1892. inclusive.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pss'r. Agt.
To Cleanse the System
Effectually jet gently, when costive or
bilious or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liyer to a healthy activity, without irritat
ing or weakening them, to dispel head
aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discoverv. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn-sen's.
What the Hon. George G. Vest says in
regard to the superiority of the nirsch-
berg's diamond and non-cbangeable spectacles:
'I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his glasses
are simply unequalled in my experience
G G. vest.
These spectacles are for sale bv T. H
Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
Isn t she beautiful! occrtsionaay one
hears this expression, as a lady w ith a
strikingly lovely complexion passes along
the street. Certainly! she uses the fa
mous Blush of Roses, raanufictured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Inn
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
OJi r tn orat i it g the
entire systm, eliminating
all Poisons from the Mood,
whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, this prep
aration has tio equal. . .
" For eighteen months I Li J an
eating sjre cn my tongue, 2 was
treated ty best Ijcal fhysisicn;,
lu! el'taincA no relief: 1':e sore
gradually grew verse. I finally
toot S. S. S., and was entirety
cured after using a few fettles."
C B. McLemope,
Henderson, J ex.
TREATISE on Klood andSlrio
Diseases mailed free.
The Swift Si-ecikic Co.,
ll VII C 0 NTIRE
Wash Goods, -
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine. Sold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ofj
Our wash goods depart
ment is filled with choice
fabrics for spring and
New capes and other
Late wash goods just
Tan grounds, etc.
T T T?" r- 1 V
Llfia 111 i-ow cost to
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POO r, ..
5 c a Yard.
XWa eftU ,1
Dl"1 suow an evpft...
u&bonm?nt of $piing ff
in Jackets ;ir,l c .
x ncea t.ow. will cm i-Ti..
CiOSe OUt prngrllt Stock
Hock Inland, lllitioi
D. ROY BOW LEY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
lways on hand the flnt'st brands of don-cptic
and imported cicars. All brand? of tubneco.
The tcwre of a'.l the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
18C8 Second Ave.
m. M I li HI K-fc -V i-A I ll V
1525 and 1527
124, 128 aid 125
POCKET JiNIVES and SCISSORS took the LieLrs
for cfTBality. If yen want a good knife try one.
une need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carrie
bet like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
li very woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
nmsu rire sets ana irons.
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal-ani every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Chrhtmas-or
any other time. Come in an I see how much I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Hock TIani
A' little child of William Rounds and
wife on Eighth avenue and Thirteenth
ilreet, was severely scalded by upsetting
tea pot on itself last night.
Martin Swanaon, the 4-year-old son of
Charles Swanson and wife, residing on
Tourih avenue, narrowly escaped being
Tn down by red line motor car 34 at
ikicond street and Fourth avenue about
11:30 o'clock this morning. The little
JeDow attempted to cross the track
ahead cf the motor and was knocked
down but fortunately not run over. He
was taken to his home where Dr. Bern.
kardl attended him and he was found to
aave sustained no sjrioui injury.
Don't Be Afraid.
Ho many p so pie avoid crowds and large
gatherings, because they are in constant
dread ot being trod upon, and haying a
pet corn or tunin painfully bruiscd-
this can be avoided by the use cf Cbryso
Corn Cure. i.very bottle wai ranted
For sale by 1.11 druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale agents.
After the crip Hood's tiarsaparilla will
restore your itrength and healtb, and ex-1
pel every trace of poisonfrom the blood.
Wav at Xountaia Higa
Or somewhat leva threaten, during a storm, to I
enEDlf the venti roug voyager ou the tetrpeBtuous
Atlantic. Some imee he is torn with deep despair I
al aurh a innctn-e, sometime he is ratoer glad of I
iL The latter condition of mind obtains when he
is sea sick. Thr diabolical qualms which he has 1
undergone, ana which arc now aggravated IU fold I
oy tne pttcnuie c r ine snip, rrnoer Dim in a mtaa-
nre indifferent to his fate. This p dure is scarce
ly exaggerated, :is people who have been violently I
seasick will assure von. Travelers and tourists I
by sea and land should always be provided with I
Bostetter's Ston ach Bitters as a means of onn
teractlng sea licitneas and the nervous disturb
ance or stomicnic trouble becotten of uncom
fortable transit ly land or water, or unwholesome I
food hastily swa lowed at railway stations. Emi
grants should su iply themselves with Ilostetter'a I
Stomach Bitten as a family safeguard against
malaria, stomach, liver and bowel complaints I
Kioncy trouble ana rheumatism.
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 Mens 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.
Best Equpped Clothing
and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.