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THE AllGUS, FRIDAY, OCTQ13E11 21, 1892.
Both the method and results when
Fyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleafeant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
eently vet promptly on the Kidneys.
Liver and Bowels, cleanses i the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
health v and agreeable substances, its
man vexcellentquali ties commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Svrup of Figs is for sale in 75c
Lotties by all leading druggists.
Anv re liable druggist who may not
have it on hand will procure it
promptly for any one who wishes
to trv it. Manufactured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FxtANOISOO, CAL.
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We now have ernne flr-t-clnss bargains in real
rotate which will net all the way ftom 8 to 12 per
cent on the iiietnient It wil. be to the Interest
of pa-tie who have tnetr money placed at a less
rate of interest to cal: and examine the lanrains.
Room 4. Mi-chell & Lynde bnilding. ground
oor. in rear of Milchell A Lynde hank.
Slate Pencils, Ink,
Paper Tablets, Satcbelp,
Straps, Bast ets, Pencil Boxes
fculers, and everything
necessary for 8chool.
School Supplies at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second. Ave.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Tonr cyesieut is priceless the eyes need pood
care; improper spectacles are usurious, you
should t ot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddiera of cheap snectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
s a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
ropcrly fit your eyes for every defect of vision
nd wi 11 guarantee a perfect tit in every case.
fr Stir privt nwn. . Abttmt. TaA l T tnrtm. rtm. M . Hfm af vtato
If the lines in this diamond fipure lo not
appear equally black ia all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that cuusps nervous lienil-arhe and should
bo corrected ut oace. Lyes tc3ted free.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
For Saturday, Oct. 22nd, we
will sell at special prices, any
plates in tne store, in some
cases at a reduction of one
fifth, in no case less than one
tenth. This will cover every grade.
I have quite a complete assort
ment, anging from common
iron stone china up to Sevres,
and people who want plates for
any use, will find this a day
Saturday, only Oct. 92d.
Q. M. Loobley".
Ch'ni, G as? lamps.
16 flStcoud T.'.
OUR NEW HOLIDAY.
Observance of the Columbian
PARADE OF CATHOLIC SOCIETIES.
An Imposing Spectacle Followed liy Pa
triotic Kxercises in Court House Square
The Indication of ItullliiiK 0. 7FlaK
Presentation at . 6-Other Public
tlons in Honor of the lay.
"Had tlie condition of the elements
400 Years aao today been the same as
those eaiiy this icorning, Christopher
C would have had a head end-collision
in landing, fo dense was the fog." was
the observation of a rather sarcastically
inclined individual who chanced to be out
ear this morning. As the day ad
va 1, however. Old Sol broke
tbr.-j.h the vapor that obscured
hi- . ion, and the light of bis counten
a: fell upon the earth and filled all
w j"yas the first national holiday in
h' . ... of the discovery of America was
entered upon .
Ko. k Island celebrate! Columbus day
in true patriotic style. The decorations
of business houses 8nd private residences
were perfuse, patriotic acd tasty. It was
a national holiday in every cense, not of
the noisy Fourth of Juiy sort, but it was
rcvertheles s an occasion when one and
all evinced a reverent appreciation of the
day. In the home, in the school on the
streets, everywhere, there was manifest
a spirit of happiness and patriotism. A'l
public fSces, federal,unty and city,
as well as commercial establishments,
and business houses generally suspended
for the day.
This Morning' Parade.
The public demonstration of the day
was the ptrade of the Catholic schools
and societies. The entire line of march
bail been decorated by patriotic citizens,
and the parade made a very creditable
appearance, being the largest ever turned
out by the Catholics in ibis city. It ins
eluded the following:
Marshals B. Winter Slid II. McCarthy, mounted.
Bleuer a Hand.
Allegorical float, landing of Columbus.
Allegorical float. Uoddt-ss of Liberty, four young
Float representing stale of the Union w ith little
Vouog ladies monnted.
Allegorical float with six young ladies.
Carriage containing clergy, speakers and citi
zens. St Joseph 'a school boys, lit members.
St. Mary's school boys. 95 members.
St. Mary's school girls, dressed in white, 96 mem
bers. Young !adies Sodality St. Mary's church. 40 mem
bers. Young ltdk'S St. Joseph's school, 3) members.
St Joseph's school girls. 100 members.
Young ladies Sodality. St. Joseph's church K
St. Joseph's Branch Western Catholic L'nioc, 60
Plow Company Band.
St. John's Branch Western Catholic Union, 80
St, Anthony's society bearing a handsome banner
designed for the occasion, 60 members.
St. Patrick's Benevolent society , 90 members.
Schnell ioriul and Literary club. 110 members.
Belgian society, 0 members.
In Court House Spuare.
A speakeis' s-atd canasomely draped
with the stars and stripes bad been ar
ranged in Court house pqu-re, and after
the parade the large crowd assembled
there and listened to patriotic remarks
by several speakers. Rev. Father
Mackin called the meeting to older and
introduced William McEniry, who in a
few Lrief remarks expressed his apprecia
tion of the enthusiasm and patriotism
that was to be seen an every hand. He
spoke of Columbus in whose honor the
whole nation today puts on its holiday
attire, as having sprung from the com
mon people, and of his grand conception
of the idea of the earth being a spire.
He traced him in his perilous voyage out
on an unknown sea in bis efforts to carry
the Christian faith to unknown land? .and
closed with a fitting eulogy on the great
Dr. Calvin Truisdale was next intro
duced and made an interesting and pa
triotic address in which he said it was
highly proper and appropriate that
America should today do honor to the
greatest or all, cither ancient or modern
mariners. He spoke of the early life of
the great discoverer and of his first
thought in connection with what after
ward proved such a boon to the op
pressed nat'ons of the earth . In this
connection be spoke of the results of this
daring man's indomitable courage, and
of the changes it had wrought. In clos
ing, the doctor spoke of the growing de
sire of the people of this
great nation to pay unbounded tribute
to the memory of Columbus for bis grand
achievement. His remarks were enthus
iastically received by the large crowd
that bad assembled.
Rev. Father Mackin then delivered a
short address, in which he spoke of the
wonderful growth and development of
the country, and of the trials and vicissi
tudes met by Columbus in promulgating
bis theory of the roundness of the earth.
He traced him in his discovery of this
beautiful land, and spoke at some length
on the innumerable benefits its discovery
had brought to mankind, it being an asy
lum for the oppressed and dewn-trodden
of all nations. Liter he spoke of the
magnitude of today's celebration all ovar
the land, and particularly in Chicago,
where, be said, that Oen. Miles was not
ashamed to lead a procession of Ameris
cin citizens, but the speaker was sorry to
acknowledge that the mayor of Rock Isl
and was, be baying not only promised to
take part, but to provide a detail of po
'ice to bead the pirate, which be also
Tailed to do. At the close of hU re
mnrks the children sang "America" and
'The Red, White and Blue," accompan
ied by Bleuer'd band, which closed the
exercises. ' 11 .
At the High school, Prof.J. A Bisboo.
principal, the Minervia and Belles Let
tres societies joined in appropriate ex
ercises, the programme presented being as
Piano duet, Mrs. J. Treman. Miss H
Treman; Why Do We Celebrate on the
21? Marcus Lyon; Europe at the Time
of Coljmbus. Harry Eastman; Sail On,
Charles Durham; Musx Columbia, the
Gem of the Ocean, High School; Queen
Isabella, Miss May McElherne; The
Meaning of the Four Centuries, Clarence
Spaulrting: The Voyage of Columbus, Miss
Jettie Estes; Mrs. Columbus. Martha
Huesing; The Effect of the Discovery on
the World, Miss Moy Schindler; Music
Cornet solo Mr. Wooiyatt; Columbia's
Banner. Miss Frida Eoehler; Pina solo,
Untitling Xo. 1.
At Building No. 1. L. C. D ughertv.
principal, all trie rooms were elaborately
decorate wi.h national flags, and the
wall j were almost covered in some rooms
with the pictures and drawings repre
senting scenes from the life of Columbus.
Arter the prepared programmes in the
several rooms had been presented to large
audiences of visitors, the school formed
in ranks in front of the building where
the following programme was carried
Song of Columbus Day; Raising the
Flag; Three Cheers by 500 Children;
Song The Star Spangled Bmm.r; Song,
In the First Primary room. Miss E.
Fieeman, teacher, the pupils part ici pared
in a pleasant Colombian programme,
consisting of songs and recitations by
the school. The room was decc rated
with flags, and the blackboards were
adorned with a number of Columbian
In the second gra?e, Mis: Achsah
Crane teacher, the programme was as fol
lows: Song, We Love Our Country, school;
Discovery day, Edna Alter; Columbus
Acrostic, Florence Heller, Emma Lind
strom, Josie Carlson, Minnie Sehnert.
teacher .Lottie Lee, Maggie Petereor, May
Farrell. Tillie Irwin; Salute to the Flag.
School; Talk on Columbus and Colum
bus Day, Story of Our Country, Eddie
Coyne. Henry Bowers, John Cave, Carter
Remley, Charlie Moore, Martin Johnson,
Frank Heithrant, Kinyon Moore; Amer
Second and Third grades. Miss Mary I.
Yates, teacher; Discoyery Day, Fred
Schroeder; The Story of Our Country,
Ethel Cameron, L zzie Meyer. Jennie
Sarginson. Emma Carlson, Mary Block
linger, Ntllie Dilley, Maggie Sinnet. Jen
nie Jensen; America, school; Talk About
Columbus and Columbus Day, Salute to
the Flag. School; The Landing of Co
lumbus. Cora McKown, Ada Morton,
Harry Repine; Columbus Acrostic. James
Farner. Artie Nessler, Mary Harder,
Herman Lohe. Leon Dilley. August
Buncher, George Wood, Herbert Bow
man; America, School.
Third grade. Miss Lucy H. Coyne,
teacher. Programme: America. School;
Story of Columbus, twenty eight pupils;
Discovery Day, Annie Oberg; Columbus
Acrostic. Martha Rocbow, Geo. ge Schatz,
Harry Pierce. Alnena Behn. Charlie
Vandeberg, Emma Johnson. Oscar Oberg,
Bertha Ritza; Chiistopher Columbus
School; Columbus. Myra Mandle;
Many Flags in Many Lands. Theresa
KocD. Annie Carlson; Red, White and
Fourth grade. Miss Mar? L. Long,
teacher. Song of Columbus Day. School
Recitation, Discovery Day. Caspar Con
queror; Flag Piece, Emma Fellon, An
n'c Irwin; Selection, school; The Better
Way. Freddie Barnes; Boug. Star Span
gle Banner, school; Recitation, There are
Many Flags in Many Linds. Leslie Cor
kin; Dialogue, Story of Ojr Country,
Allison Conqueror, Ernest Anderson,
Grant Z'mmerman. Freddie Toeniges,
Frank Ellin wood. Rilpb Souders, Fred
die Barnes, George E zel; Song, Red,
White and Blue, school; Reading. Chris
topher Columbus, Annie Irwin; Reci'a
tion. Columbus, eight little girls; Selec
tion, school; The American Flag, Eva
Clavpool, Lydia Moeller, Carrie
Gdthormpson; Landing of Columbus,
Henry Ackerman, Alice Treat, Mattie
Kruse; trong, America, school.
Fifth Grade, Miss Sadie B. Hillier.
teacher. Our Father in Heaven, (chanted)
by school; Why We're Here Tody, Eisie
Eistman; America, by school. Never De
spair, James HudsoD; Our Flag,. Harry
Lambert; Christopher Columbus. Ger
trude Don; Merry Sleigh Bells, by school;
Time Ago. Theodore Coyne; Columbus
And tbe Indians, Ada Durham; A Picture
of Columbus. Gertie McDonald; The
Red. White and Blue, by school; The
Boy's Hero Mother. E-sie Ells; Hurrah
for the Fiag, Fay Warren; The Village
Blacksmith Alfred Anderson.
Sixth Grade, Miss Julia M. Anderson,
teacher. President's Address, Clarence
Coyne: Salute to the Flag, school, Amer
ica, school; Birth of Columbus, Tillie
Meyers; Flag of the Free, school. Many
Flags, Etta Barnes; Better Way. Thomas
Totten ; Tbe Red. White and Blue, by
Bcbool. Christopher Columbus, Charles
Call; Meaning of the Colors, Maud Ben
nett. Edna Lundy, Mamie Grot j an; My
Native Land, school; The Meaning of the
Four Centuries, Stella Kohn, Star Span
gle Banner, school; Ode. Columbia's Ban
ner, Carrie Olsent; Song of Columbus
Seventh Grade. Miss A. E. Henderson,
teacher. Reading of the President's
Proclamation. Lynde Beardsley; Salute
to the Flag, by the school; The Birth
and Birthplace of Columbus, recitation
by Mae Bowman; The Voyage. Walter
Todd; Sail On, Sail On. Minnie Dunkers;
The Landing, Edna Wood; Meaning of
Four Centuries, uora means; My Dative
Land, school; The Ode. Columbia's Ban
ner, Delia Bibb, Grace Bowen. Edna
Kerr, Jessie Van Riper; My Country.
Mary Durham; Columbus, Mable Taylor;
Red, White and Blue, school.
. Fifth and Seven ;h grades: Fiag of tbe
Free, President's Proclamation. Bin Im
bof; This is the Better Way, Albion Berg'
Stou; Life of Columbus, Carrie Pratt;
Discovery Day, Jennie Henley; The
Meaning of Four Centuries, E ina Kablke;
Co'umbui Banner, Jessie Reynolds; Red,
Wbite and Blue; Governor's Proclama
tion, Nellie Kramer; Columbu", Alfred
Peterson; Voyage of Columbus. Grace
Pit-rce; Cbtistopber Columbus, Minnie
Schaab; Old Age. 8elma Oberg; Hurrah
for the Flag. Mamie Hastings; My Native
Grades Eighth and Ninth, Miss M. E
Entrikin, teacher: Pret-iJent's Proclama
tion, Frank Messeler; Governor's Procla
mation, Ethel Dougherty; Song of Co
lumt us Day, School: Life of Columbus.
Sylvia Yates; First Voyage of Columbus.
Josie Woodio; Tbe Landing, Eldie 11 wl;
Sail On, Sarah Broomhall; First Page
from Columbus Journal, Alfred Beck;
Columbia's Banner, by Mary Muenster.
Mary Appelquist, Vinnie Oistrom and
Daisy Strupp; America, Schoo'; Charac
ter of Columbus. Lizzie Pladel; Cbristos
pher C, Fred Grotjm; Salute the Flag,
Red, Wbite and Blue.
Hulldlng; No. 3.
At No. 2, the rooms taught by Misses
Randeline Requa, Belle Cooke. Uattie
Jenkins and Maggie Repine, assembled at
10 o'clock In the play ground of the
building, where the official programme
was carried out as follows:
President's Proclamation, R. Requa;
Raising of Flag, Mr. Bogue; Salute to
Flag, by the pupils; America, by the pu
pils; Prayer, Rev. U. C Alarstall.
Tbe remainder of the programme was
carried out in the building by the Third
and Fourth grades. It consisted of:
The Battle Cry of Freedom, Address for
Prim-try Schools, Nellie Folcom; Colum
bia. citation; Calisthenics, by Third
grade; The Flag, recitation; Red. Whits
and Blue; Columbus, recitation; Our Flag,
recitation; Calisthenics, by Fourth grade;
Columbian Address. Rev. H. C. Marshall.
After this a bouquet of roses was pre
sented to Mr. Marshall by Annie Mont
gomery in behalf of the school. The ex
ercises closed with the Song for Colum
ltuildillR No. 3.
First and Second primary. Miss Muse
and MUs DeStnto, teachers. Opening
exercises, God Made All Things; Colum
bus. Thee We Sing. Second primary;
speech. Harry Thompson; recitation, Col
umbus, Second primary; Flag of Our
Country, school; Three Boats, Sadie
Faulkes, Edna Creel, Ida Wilson; Little
Jack.Lot ie Patterson; Soogof Columbus
Day, school; reci'ation, Second primary;
Our Flag, Elinor West; Motion Exercise,
First pnmar; Marching, all; Columbus'
Sailing Song Clar Hudson. Bertha
Glockboff, Veva Bembart, Bertba nelly,
Elsie Schocker, accompanied by a
chorus; drill; recitation , Second prim at y;
Columr-us Was a Sailor Boy, First pri
mary; Tbe Story of Columbus; My Coun
try Tis of Thee, all.
The room was prettily and abundantly
decorated with fUgs and bunting, and
there was plenty of music by the drum
corps. Twenty little lassies and laddies
were jmade happy by Columbus coming
to America. -'
Third grade. Miss Anna N. Johnson,
teacher. Song, school; Discovery Day,
Ger ie Housel; Story of Our Country.
Mjrtle Barber. Goldie Hudson. Marion
West, Grace Ricnard. Jennie Johanson,
Li;le Anderson, Blanche Bobbins. Tillie
Leveen; Song, school; Caristopber C,
Mary Lidder; Recitation, school; Col
umbus. Elsa Hammer. Elsa Simon, Jen
nie Collins. Kate Maber, Belen Mills, May
O'Connor, Bessie Montgomery, Mary
Empkt; song, school; Landing of Colum
bus. Ardo Mitchell. Bessie M .ntgemery,
May O'Connor; Four Hundred Years
Ago, May Liddera. Willie Z nimerman,
Ella Wichmann, Mabel Dii o .j Sophia
Hoesli, Leon Mitchell. Oiville Hampton.
Luella Beselm; Calt sthenic drill, schoo';
Fourth grade. Mri. L. M. Copp.
teacher; America, school; Salute Ij
American Flag, Aenes Leveen; Unknown
Lands, Frank Patterson; Columbus
Acrostic, Clarence Ludolpb. Eddie Appel
quist, M-bel Jennings. Blanche Mosen
felder, Nellie Mrrrin, Josie Schneider.
Blanche Bogcess, Russell Mead; Four
Hundred Years Ago, Louise Battles;rxn
Ago, Stella Evan; First Response, Clan
Mussler; Second Response Clara Bese
lip; Columbus Dy, Joeie Z .igler; Coa
cert Recitat'on. school; Our FUg. Grase
Frj singer: Our Counlrv, Bissie Hartz
Bessie Birth, Myr'le Gilmore, Alice
Milis, Tillie Lynn, Fannie Sxytbe, Alma
Erers, Grace Frysinger; Concert Recita
tion, Bcbool; calisthenics, song of Colum
bus Day, school .
The pupils were addressed by II A.
ItuildiiiK No. 4.
Fifth gride Christopher Columbus,
E-trle Caldwell; R citaiion by Smuie
Viilk, Sadie Lewis. Herbert Churchill;
Long Ago, Georga Loosley, E rl Cieave
land; Frank Weiss; There are Many
LancU, Re' ecc B'rkland; O'.r Country.
Willie Collins; Siory of Columbus. Luella
Stewart. Grnce Burns, Rosie Meyers,
Minnie Tiederman. Zj Miller, Florence
Lee, Florence O'Neii, L'zzie ickmin,
Emelie Juhl, Belle Mills. Sadie Lewis,
Chattie Mattixon, Jessie Dillman, S'ells
Dauber, May Kelly. Lillie Boergess, Belle
CinweU, Bertha Ljnn; song,
Columbia; Tbe Mutiny, Ben
Mitchell; S ory of Our Country,
Eugene. Mattias; 8wn Leveen. Ray
Barn hart, Uerr Lee Creel. Charles Jen
son. Frank Fiebig, A'vin Drayton, James
Collins; Flag of Our Nation Great. Hartie
! dor man; Hymn of Praise, Lottie Will
maser; Columbus. Louis Lorenz; Discov
ery Day, Harry Long.
Sixth grade. Mrs Liston teacher; Ad
dress for Columbus Day, Harry Dillerd;
Salute to the Flag, schoo' ; Song of Co
lumbua Day, tctool, B ograpby of Co
lumbus, Tina McNevtn; Columbus the
Bjy, Allie Simon; The Eirly Manhood of
Columbus, Maurice Simon. Col am' us
8 ils, Edna' Stanton ;Liod Discovered,
Caroline Wulff; The Return to Spain.
Mary Wu'ff; Song,America,School;Poem.
Katie Elliott; Columbia's Banter, Walter
Fisher; Song, Columbia, school.
The remainder of the No. 4 exercises
will be published tomorrow in detail.
After the exercises in tbe rooms all pupils
marched out on the grounds in front of
tbe building. After taking places the
flag was saluted by tbe pupils, and all in
chorus solemnly affirmed: "I pledge al
legiance to my flag and to the republic
for which It stands. One nation indi
visible, with liberty and justice for all."
After this, was sun "Columbia." Then
came a short address by Rev. W. S .Mar
quis. Then all joined in singing Amer
ica. Three rousing cheers were given
for the flag, led by Joseph Brackett.
Building- No. A.
At building No. 5 the principal, Sarah
Johnson, and teachers Maria Ken worthy,
Jennie Kane, "Hattie "Newton, Augusta
Crawford, Anna Olson. Mary Murphy
and Nora Gorman, assembled with tbeir
pupils in the larze entrance ha 1 which
was very beautifully decorated, where an
interesting programme was given which
will be published in full tomorrow. The
concluding feature was a tableaux. The
Hope of America, illustrating tbe
thought that the children are the bo.e of
America tor the future. Tne Goddess of
Liberty, Linda Hanson with 12 little folks
from the primary room grouped about
her all dressed in the national colors was
a very pretty scene. During this tab
leaux tbe school sang, Tne Cniidren's
Hymns of Prai'e.
Flag Present at ion at No. O.
The Columbian exerc s:s t No. 6
were held in tbe school y.rd in front of
tbe new building which is not yet com
pleted. In tbe center of the yard was a
beautiful thip. ire San a Maria, in full
ai!. tiimmed with American and Spanish
fligs, and around which the children clus
tered. Tbe programme opened with the
invocation by Dr.C. E.Taylor.after which
Clarence Schroeder read the president's
proclamation. Tie song, America was
rendered when Robert Bennett presented
tbe school with a flig from tbe friends of
the school. In the absence of the mem
bers of the board of education all of
whom were at No. 7. C. J. Scar e ac
cepted the fl 'g on behalf of the board,
Ben Iglebar; on behalf of the school.
Then came the rend.tion of tbe song,
"The Red White and Biue." after which
Rev. E. P. Rapp spoke feelingly, mak
ing touching reference to the late Emma
Brockman. Calisthenic exercises were
presented under tbe direction of Prof.
Poos, when tbe b ograpby of Colum
bus was given by eight pupils, Charles
Nelson, Minnie Swann, Annie Johnson,
Mabel Hansbaw, Amelia Stent, Alice
O'Connor. Mary Knost, Ray Agne, who
by reversing fl-tgs wbicb they hel l dis
played tbe letters making the word, Cc
lum us. They sang Wave tbe Flag,
wbicb concluded the exercises.
Hedication of No. ?.
Oie of the events of the ely was the
formal d dication of No. 7 schoo! build
ing, the beau iful structure just com-.
pleteet on Seventh avenue in1 the' eastern
portion of the city. The school had been,
artistically decorated frr the day with ;
burning, flags, and our national flower. '
the golden rod. A beautiful shield, the ...
gift of Mr9. Trefz. was among tha patri
otic emblems. The American fli.-waa -un'urled
for tbe first time above i the
Tbe pupils assembled in the main cor
ridor, tbe exercises being in charge of
Miss Carrie Buahnd, president of the
Ninth grade, assisted by Miss Dora Sea
berar. president of the Eighth grade. The
fellcwing proe'smme was presented be
fore a large assemblage of people: t ' i
Reading President's Proclamation,
Dora Seiburg; 8-ltite to the Fiag; Amer
ica; Readin . C P alm, Carrie- Busbno;
The Lord's Prayer, fchool: Tbe Meaning
of Four Cen'uries, Cotta Bartholomew;
The Ode, Co'umbii's Banner, Maggie
Lucklum; Flag of My Country; Story of
Columbus, Emma Moody. Frank Daven
port, L:ly Ai.fon. Marsret Berstll. Flor
ence Timberiake, Agnes Cowan. Wallace
Meyr. Marion Sweerev; On and On.
F:ora Robt ; Boston Te Prty. Essiq
Patterson; Oruin of Ymkee Doodle;
Columbia, Erlle Jobnson: Love of Coun
try, Willie Hamilton, Willie Cbacnon,
Minnit Dupre, Be ie Gleason: Recita
tion, Christopher Columbus, Will Sage;
Red. White and Blue, Meaning of Our
Fine. Wilbur Tubb: America, Esther
Seaburc; Landing of Columbus. Esth t
Ohoi; O, The Flag, By the Little Foiss;
Address to tbe Children.
Wl.at We Oucbt to Become, Capt. M.
W. Lyons; Columbus Day.
Opening Ad Iress. D J. Seats, Presi
de it of tbe board of education. Response,
F. M. Sinnet Closing remarks. S. W.
McMster, Oar Fir Land Forever.
Tbe exercises were very ectertaining
throughout. Capt. Lyons' remarks were
devoted chiefly to Columbus and were
such as o a ouse patriotic as piratic ni
and thoughts. President Scars' address
was devoted to the new building. Its ad
vantages and the requirements which
prompted its construction Messrs. Sin
net and McMaster spoke in a congratu
latory strain, and a, the close of th9 cere
monies three cheers were given , for the
Religious services were held in the
German Lutheran church at 10 o'clock
today in observance of the day. Rev. Cr
A. Mtnn;cke officiating.
The exercises at Augustana college
were in accordance with the programme
Tbe schools of Molina held appropri
ate Columbian exercises this morning,
and tonight tbe Turners of that citv will
give a street precession.
Five thousand schoolchildren paraded
in Davenport this morning in bocor of
Columbm Day. I' was a ttriking and
Upon the solicitation of a number of our leading
Physicians we have secured the agency tor the sale
of the celebrated Brotherhood Wine Co's. Wines and
Liquors, which are unexcelled for medicinal use.
We have the following goods in original pint
Pure I able Caret
Norton's Seedling Claret....
Sweet Catawba ,
Old Brotherhood Brandy.
Old Cherry Brandy
Old Medicinal Port ...
Old Sweet Delaware
Kx. Old brocton Port
Also, Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist
C. F. GRAMMERST0RF,
Proprietor of the
I. ). L. RESTAURANT
1810 and 1812
I ATLANTIC SAMPLE KOOM.
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First-class meals at all hoar; the finest Lnnch counter In connection; everything new
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