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The Xinth rade Commencement
Inter, mine Sxprrlea at Harper'
Theatrt Tt e rrogramme-Urad-nates-
narper s tbef
of the Rock Is
curtain arose a
picture, in the
pupils seated t
was a solid ba
of loving parer
cither side wi
board of educ
tre contained a large and
g of people this afternoon,
being the annual com
rcises of the Ninth grade
and schools. When the
'. 2:30 it disclosed a pretty
appearance of the proud
pon the stage. In front
lk of flowers, the tokens
ts and other relatives and
iends. In the boxes on
re the members of the
ation, the superintendent
a rude ImiMirg. ground
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EN S CARRIAGES
and 1811 Second Ave.
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sets, four piece
sugar, creamer and
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pretty and cheap.
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fi. M. LOOSLET.
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the Second sm f fi
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- UJ ftOCK island.
'af-r and httor imDnmn
"ojeroment Bonds, be
lu" Joans arp milc t,1t7
".v7t- uiuro aa
10an-d at lowest rates.
' DOSALDSON, secretary.
1 anrtejtMonic Temi le
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opened with a march Uy Miss Eva Barber,
followed by j rayer by Kev. F. W. Mer
rill and the cimrus under Prof. Griffith's
direction, "P ace on the Deep." Then
came the re.-itttion. "Cartwheels," by
Miss Estella I 'oyd, the recitation, "Man
hood," by Alt ert Branienburg, calisthen
ics by the boys, the ncitation, "Story of
v me Bel!s," y Pearle Barnhart, and the
three part s ing by the girls, "Even
t'ule." The d ;clamation. "Cheerfulness."
was given by Walter Hosenfield. and then
there wis a p ano solo by Miss Hodg
son. The recitation, "Mask on the R ip
pahannock," y Miss Cora Kelly, the
three-part sot g "Singing 'Neath Old Ap
ple Tree;" the recitation, "Kentucky
Belle," by Miss Emilie Schmidt; a vocal
solo by Henrv Muenster, calisthenics by
the girls, m isic by the school orchestra
under Professor Eckhart, anil the cho
rus, ' 'Swiss Iloy."
The certit cates of promotion were
then presented by Dr. C. C. Carter with
words of congratulation, counsel and
THE QBADDATKB .
Following is the complete list of Ninth
Edward B. Frysinger. Joseph Gold
smith. Harry C. Hengstler, Charles Ar
thur Knhlke, Jnmie VV. Ktowlton,
Chsrles J. Hattson , CarlJ . F. Rochow,
Waltir A. I.oscnficld, Georgf Steelmin,
Leonard M Totten, O-car Youngbere,
L zzie Hays Care, Josephine A. Ganahl,
Millie L I'.;lehart, Grace H. Kahlke,
Elzina L Kioner. Amelia Augusta Oster
man. Lulu B. Piukley, Olsa A. Rochow,
Lena Raibl Irene A. Seierist. Fnnnie
i. Smith. Rose Wollenhaupt, Nellie
Broogh, N Hie Brennnn, Laura Bam
berger. Eva R'irkcr, Lurse Dart, Ma
bel D.i igc Mtty Ferguson. Ella Freed,
Grace Hnn:i toe. Lulu Koch. L sxie Ken
nedy, Eva Long, Alva Liiit, Kate Lir
kin. May I.yrch, Gertrude Larson, Nat
alie Mirfiei 1, Maggie Ohlweiler, Ma
bel Port i, Jessie Roberts, Millie
S hmidt, LoniM Steale,' Millie Tegeler,
Beta William, May Young, Rose Ytr
buay. Jeron;e Appelquist, Paul Biker,
Lee Beard ley. Albert Brandeobarger,
Har-.y Coyne, Will Hanegea, Emil Rshn,
Fred Reim rs. Joe Rosenfleld, George
Sud.ow, Wi 1 Will master, Fred Hamil
ton R.ilhn Sturgeon, Morris B rkson,
Katherine I rch'T. R bert W. Bonei i
Delia Cohn Caroline C Enrborn. Emi
lia H. Ever Myrtle E Fisher, Alice E.
Green, Ilat'ie W. Hmipton, Hilma L.
Hanson, Li cy A. Henrichson, Alda S.
Hodgson, Grace A. Jensen, William G.
Johnston, BonrietUl Kramer, Katherine
E. Kofer, Cora B. R Kelly, Anna V
Lambert, lUrry S Lewis, Estella M
Lloyd, Margaret Munger, Louis H.
Moeller, Mac M. Miller, Isabella J. Mc
Conochte, Anna V. Oltmanns, Ben
Payne, .Dora C. Stark.ij Edwin S.
Schillinger, Sadie J. Schindler, Ora M.
Thompson, Tehrtsa M. Weigand, Mar
guriete B. Zmmer, Emma J. Grieve,
Pearl R Bt rnhart, Mollie A. Kerr, Anna
C. Biehl, Maude Keith, Ju'ia H. Chan
non, Tena Mehrley. Stephen Darling.
Mary Mills, Mary Nillson, Ben Schro
der, Anna -chneider, Gertrude Tanner,
Myrtle Weaver, Ben White, Emma Beh
rens. Eva Eckhart, Lena Fredericks.
Bert 111, Louie Jones, Minnie Jones,
Charley L'ttig, Charles Koll, Henry Mu
enster, Willie Pender, Henry Roggen
kemp, Hujh Scherer, Elmer Stroehlc,
Lulu Webt .
Some tine last night Dixon's tailoring
cstablishm nt was entered through a rear
window aiid four pair of pantaloons
stolen. There is no trace of the thief as
Stella Crockett a little colored Jgirl was
arrested by the polici yesterday for
plucking f owers in Spencer square. She
was taker before Magistrate Wivill and
as she cot Jd not read and pleaded that
sh did rut know that it was forbidden
to rick flowers, she was given some good
advice ant dismissed on a promise of
There is said to have been a wi'd time
at the late y acquired resort of "Biddy"
McGee at the head of Twentieth street
last night. The keeper of tbe resort and
a male ianate got into trouble and as
there apparently wasn't room enough
inside, the yard was made the scene of
action wh cb it Is said would have been
a study for a painter of moonlight
scenes. No one was seriously injured,
but a scar tily dressed female in search of
a policem in created quite a sensation in
a prominent resident portion of the city.
Helena. Mont- and Return.
From June 8 to June 12 tbe C. R I &
P. By. will sell tickets to Helena and
return at rate of one lowest first class
fare for r sr. i trip.
P. H. Plummbr. Ticket Agent.
SS.r. 'alIi I. Mil:,, i,, m- Ponttton ih
KvjjurjB Ills Contract 1th he
It welliCompany .
Congressman Ben T. Cable arrived in
tie city this morning. He came on to
Chicago on business and ran down to
Rock Island to spend the day with
friends. Asked by an Argus representa
tive concerning his contract and proba
ble position as regards the Jewell filter,
Mr. Cable said:
"In my contract with Mr. Jewell I
contemplated giving the city a filter cal
culated to provide pure and whole
some water for all present
needs. I had ample assurance
fiom Mr. Jewell under my original ar
rangement with him that two tubs would
be bufflcient, hut that three would be
abundant. In enlarging the plant, how
ever, four tubs were put in, and it should
now bo in order for the Jewell filter to
demonstrate its success somewhere else
before Mr. Jewell should expect the city
or myself to enlarge here."
"It was my purpose to give the city a
plant in good running shape, as I have
said before, and sufficient for all prac
tical and immediate purposes, hut if
tbe city should in course of time out
grow the present capacity of the filler, it
would of course !:e its duty to act upon
the question of enlargement."
Cordova, June 8. Considerable of
interest is manifested in the result of the
convention at Minneapolis. A bulletin
hoard is erected in front of Pidcock's
restaurant on which press reports are
Mrs. Maggie Hinckley and Miss Cand
gen of Chicago are visiting at John
Cool's, Mrs. Hinckley's father, this week.
Quite a number of our people visited
th- tri cities on Wednesday, the cause of
the outpouring we are unable to learn.
D Zimmerman is busy this week at
tending the tax sale by county treasurer
of Crdova delinquent real estate.
Thomas Karr is making some very val
uable improvements to his already home
Chas. Campbell of Chicago, a distant
relative of Ex-Gov. Campbell of Ohio,
spent Sunday in our village.
F. S Cool, our postmaster paid a fly
ing visit to Gilva this week as a federal
office holder. He is a sbouter for Harri
son while at heart he is a Biaine man.
Charles Hire, of South Dakota, was
visiting friends and relatives here the
W. G. Marshall is making some im
provements on several of his farm build
inus the present week.
John Robinson, the veteran show man
was billed for Clinton last week, but
owing to the high water ttiey failed to
Hii.i.sdai.e. June 8 Again the water
A great deal of corn has been planted
the last few days.
Alex Ashdown is having his house rc
shingled. The people are wonderinc what Las be
come of the proposed milk separator, it
sicras to have faded away.
W. L. Langfordaini wife were at Rock
Island Tuesday. Mr. Likes of Fr-ton
managed the office during his absence.
Rev. Coffin an and Miss Anna Cain
were at Moline Tuesday, returning in the
Three candidates were baptised ?ast
Sabbath ard received in'o the Bethel
Baptist church. Interest continues to
grow at these meetings. The converts
now number six.
The B. Y P. A. organized at Bethel
last Saturday nicht wi'h about thirty
members. Tney will have exercises at
Hillsdale school house next Sabbath
afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are welcome.
Willie Woodburn came up from Mon
mouth Mmday evening where be has
been at school the past winter.
A irniit i;i-nrHlin
Sunday, June 13, on the steamer Jose
phine and double decked barge, Mamie E,
between Rock Island and Muscatine.
Leave Rock Island at 8 a. m.and 4 p. m.
Returning at Rock Island at 3:30 p. m.
and 10:80 p. m. Gents 50 cents, ladies
and children 25 cents. Better music than
ever. Dancing free. Don't miss the op
portunity of taking this delightful trip
as this gives you a chance to vitit your
friends and alao to enjoy the river ride.
Do not be afraid to taKe your family as
they always have good order on the Jose
phine. Meals and refreshments on board
the boat. Geoi.oe Lamont, Ag't.
The Pilot and Verne Swain came down
and the Pilot, Verne Swain and Mary
Morton passed up.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon today was 14:00
and the temperature was 73
After tee Onp
And after typhoid fever, diphtheria, pneu
monia", or other prostrating diseases,
Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what is needed
to restore tbe strength and yigor so much
desired to expel all poison from the
blood. It has had wonderfnl success in
many such cases.
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its nat
ural duties, cure constipation and assist
IN HOLY BONDS.
Hubs of Veteran r;nramtment.
Tickets at half rates via tbe Burlington
route will be sold on account of the grand
annual encampment of the Sons of Vet
erans to be beld at Bushnell, III., Jane
26 Do not fail to see this very interest
Gentlemen would not use "Blush of
Roses" if it was paint or powder, of
course not. It is clear as water, no sedi
ment to fill the pores of the skin. Its
mission is to heal, cleanse and purify the
complexion of every imperfection, and
insures every lady and gentleman a clear
smooth complexion. Sold by T. H.
A Brilliant Affair at the Standard
Clnb Rooms Last Night
Isaac May and Minn Kila l.evl L'ntted
for Life a Joyous Kvent Mt
The handsome rooms of the Stand
ard Club In tbe Krell & Math building
was the scene an elaborate wedding last
night, it being the uniting in holy bonds
the destinies of Isaac May and Miss Ella
Levi, daughter of Mrs. Pauline Levi, of
1132 Second avenue. The rooms were
opened for the first time on this occas
sion, which was indeed an auspicious
one. Beautiful floral decorations were
predominant. The ceremony was per
formed in the south-east parlor at 8
o'clock. The bridal party entered to the
strains of Lohengrin's grand wedding
march by Schillinger's orcheetra, the
bride being attended by her sister Miss
Julia Levi and the groom by Joseph
Arnold of Philadelphia, and the solemn
Jewish ceremony was performed by Rev.
S. Greenfield of Peoria. The bride
was attired in a handsome
wedding costume of white moire trimmed
in pearl and point lace, and carried a
wedding bouquet of white roses. The
maid of honor wore a beautiful costume
of crystal silk and carried a bouquet of
pink roses. The groom and best man
appeared in conventional black. Imme
diately following the ceremony the e was
a season of hearty congratulations, after
which the company repaired to the spa
cious dining room where Caterers Krell
& Math served a sumptous wedding ban
quel. At the conclusion of the feast the
guests returned to the main hall where to
the charmine music of the orchestra thty
spent several hours in terpslchoroan pas
times. The bride is one of the most prominent
young ladies iu Jewish society circles of
the tri-cities and the groom, who was for
merly of Chicago is now connected in
business with E I). Kohn in Davenport.
The happy couple were the rtcipients of
numerous handsome rememberancee from
admiring friends, as well as a large num
ber of congratulatory telegrams from all
sections of the country . They left last
night for the east on an extended wed
ding tour which will include a number of
eastern cities.andon returning will mike
their home in thi city.
The following guests from abroad were
H Netter and wife, Mrs. H. S. Louch
heim and Joseph K, Arnold of Philadel
phia; Misses Belle and Celia Ka'z and
Emma Longoni of Chic: go, and S. Katz,
David May, Mrs. Y. May, Henry, Samu
el, Abe and Herman Weil, also of that
At once. Apply to Keystone Mfg.
Co., Surline. 111.
In spite of all th? new ro" e!'"S whi li
a-e constantly int:o '.uced to t e publu,
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup still takes the
lead for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sec.
Price 85 cents.
"The greatest cure on earth for ain,"
Salvaiion Oil; take up the strain.
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'o select from. Why pav 40 cent?
1 M J to tUXI for which yon can
get for 10 cents at
g C.C. TAYLOR,
JMBnJ 1717 Sccoi d Avenue.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN,
To call yonr attention to a few facts:
Tonr evej-icht is priceless the eyes nood good
care; improper spectacle? are irjnriou?. yon
should iot triift your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers, of cheap Miectack'S.
H D. FOL.SOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
properly fit yonr eyes for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every ease.
it aa pH ma, i a. awawas nj mis - . i. . niw or n
tfc-i. timid to wnmii na mm- - ubr .Mi te w
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
lhat causes nerv ous head-ache and should
be corrected ut once. Eyes tested free.
H. 0. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
Tinware And House Furnishing Goods.
1812 8econd avenue,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
e can show you the largest and most complete stock'in
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 2", 30 and 50 cents.
Childien's Tip Shoes 95 cents.
Children's School Shos 75 cents.
Women's Serge Buskins 40 cents.
Women's Oxford b at all prices.
We have ths btst and most stylish 3 cloth top ladies'
Bhoe that can be produced. A.I30 the largest line of men's
$3 shoes. We are headquarters for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block.
1S18 Second Avenue.
Claybank, Minn., May 8, 1892.
H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock Island, 111.,
Dear Sir: I have used your Pills for the
last 8 months and find 1 have been benefit
ed by them more than any others and find
myself greatly indebted to you for my health.
Therefore, 1 remain yours most sincerely,
Cfaybank, Goodhue County, Minn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
J- C.'ADAMS. Pres
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For all Kindol
STORES -Rock Island, Moline. Davenport. Reynolds
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PATENTED MAY 20
: I 890
Never Slip. No Knots to Tie.
Hammock size plate or screw, 15 cents. Clothes line Bizes per pair, 15 cento
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Ag$mt
1708 and 1705 Second tTeaue. Telephone Mo 1216,