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Tim AliGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 2 1892.
1 take pleasure in mentioning a few articles in
the Cheese and Fish line.
From agf e Keufchatel,
" d Brie.
" d- Roquefort,
Cum d Brie,
Herring 20c per box.
A. full line of domestic and
laported Sardines, "all brands"
and the finest display of can
ned PaJmon and Lobsters.
1620 Second Ave.
EVERY FOND MOTHER
is anxious to have her son nicely clothed the year
around. But especially is she desirous of having
him comfortablv dressed when the autumnal tints
announce the close approach of winter. The
Daily Argus has determined to relieve the solici
tude of some one mother in Rock Island regard
ing the wearing apparel of her son
for the coming cold weather. But,
he who wears the clothes must
win them. This is the way he
can secure them: By soliciting
subscribers for The Daily Argus.
To the boy who brings to this
office prior to November 1st, 1892,
the greatest number of the ap
pended subscription order blanks,
signed and filled out by a respon
sible person not already a regular
THE DAILY ARGUS,
will be given a suit of clothes:
XRG US OFFICE, City:-
Rod' Island, 1892. fit
J. ifUdV HULL' lilt J..il 1IlrUO UCllCC'CU U.
I to me at..
j until further notice.
is a chance to earn a suit of
Let every enterprising boy strive
for the prize.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS Subscriptions for
this contest will only be counted when handed in on
one of the above blanks. None will be printed except
those appearing in THE DAILY ARGUS. 1 If the paper
received at your home does not furnish enough blanks
orders, your neighbor will undoubtedly allow you to
clip this essential matter from his.
Who will be the first to send in a name?
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, PackiDg Hose,
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establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111. I 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Residence Telephone 1169
Completion of the Programme of Public
School Exercixea Yesterday.
The following is the remainder of the
public school exercises in honor of Co
lumbus day, continued from yesterday's
Building No. 4.
Seventh grade. Miss Mary Carter.
teacher; Heading o' the President s Pro
clamation, Eddie Cobnan; Song of C -lumous
Day, school; The Bir'h and
Birthplace of Columbus. Beesie Cleve
land;! he Voyage, Grace Noft&k.t ; Poem,
Sail On, Mertie Buck: The Landing.
Rosabel Stewart; Meaning of the Four
Uentunes, Mjra Bear; Recitations, Mor
ton Merrill, Winnie Huntoon, Mylo
Pcuuey, John Weiss; Original Compost
tions, Christopher Columbus, Minnie
Jensen, Florence Freeman; Song, Amer
Eighth grade. Miss Idessa Wakefield.
teacher; Song, America, school; Address
for Coiumbus Day, John Johnson; Bio
graphy of Columbus, Frankie Norton;
Star apang'ed Binner, school: The Com
ing of Columbus, Eddie Hodeson; The
Early Lire of Columbus. Gc-cge Reaugh;
Flag of the Free, school; llow Columbus
Discovered America, Jakie Simon: Co
lumbus After the Discovery of America,
Nellie Allen ; My Native Ltnd. sch-rol;
uoFaic of Columbus, Grace Stafford:
A t:ece of Ked Cloth, Grace Custer; The
Red, White and Blue, school: The Ships
of Columbus, Henry Lyon.
Ninth grade. President's proclamation
read, John Fizler; lied. White and Blue.
school; Bioprapby of Columbus, Nellie
Craig; History of First Voyaee, Maude
Bear; History of Second Voyage. Nannie
fetewart ; History of i bird oyage, Eliza
beth Chamberlain; History of Fourth
Voyage, Mable Caupbeli; The World of
1493 Contrasted with the Wor!d of 1892
Helen Loosley; Flag of the Free, school
Ninth trade. Miss Lou J.Philp. teacher,
The President's Proclamation, Willie
Al am; An Address to Children, Carl
Bembardi; Song. The Red. While aid
Blue, school; Biography of Columbus.
May Jackson; Equipment of Columbus
Oscar Jensen; Discoveries of Columbus
csiancne uuest, History or the name
Amtrica. George Bennett; Song, Flag of
the tree, school; Treatment of Colum
bus, Fred Pollard; Columbia's Banner,
Maude Wynes; A Comparison of Amer
ica in 1402 and 1892. Blanche Barnhari;
History of Our Flag, Canna Simmon;
Song, Star Spangled Banner, school;
How the Star Spangled Banner Cae to
be Written, Clara Johnson; The Progress,
Julius Schocker; The Columbian Exhibi
tion, Irene Evans; Effects of the Eitibi
lion, Ida Eollman
liuilding No. 5.
Columbia, song by school; President's
Proclamation, Debert Head; prayer, Rev.
W. S. Marquis; Address to School,
Elith Q layle; The Discovery of Ameri
ca, Maggie McConochie; The Red. Whi'e
and Blue, song by sch o!; Discovery Da,
Annie Larkin; Long Ago, Arthur Stepu
ens; Landing of Columbus, Thomas
Stocks; The Story or Oar Countrr. Eu
nice Stephens; The Golden Rod is Wllow,
song by school; Christopher C.
Grace Means; Sail On. Hattie Kenoer;
Columbus Acrostic, Howard Plummer,
Willie Marquis, Abbie Hillier. Ethel Fry,
Lelia Means. Katie Dindinger, Tom Mir
field, Lolla Burns; Song of Columbus
Day. school; Many Flags in Many Lands,
Clyde Porter; Flag of Our Country, Song
by school; Address, Rev. T. W. Grafton;
Ituildlue No. .
Miss L?vy and Etss Egan's scholars as
sembled at 10 o'clock in Miss Levy's
room which had been gaily decorated
with flags and bunting.
March. Salute, Pledge, school; Song,
America, school; Our Country, Willie
Johnson; Recitations, Arnt Bolanderand
Henrietta Riedel; Selection, school; A
Great Discovery, Rose Holland; Sjng of
Columbus Day. school; Recitations. Neka
Nelson, Eva Roskey, Christ Danieiton.
and E hel DouIid; Address, Selma An
derson ; Speech, David Sana berg; s tor v of
Columbus, seven pupils; Song, Red,
White and Blue, school.
At the College.
At Aueustata college Columbus day
was appropriately observed From early
dawn the stars and stupes floated in the
breeze from the top of the college build
ing. At 10 o'clock a.m. the celebration
proper took place iu the college chapel.
A quite interesting and enjoyable pro
gramme was rendered, consisting of:
1 Columbian March Stolpc
2 Bell of Freedom
Chora. Prof. Griffith, leader.
8 Hendi? of Scriplurta and Prayer. -lr. ollacon
4 Hail Columbia Chorus
5 Addrees. The Relation of the Pie-ttevo'ntiun-
ary Literature to tbe Dcclaiation of Independ
ence Ktv. J. H. Kerr
6 Bail Co'umbin Chorus
7 Address, Tbe later Development of Literary and
Educational Forces Kev. F. B. Willson
8 Star SSnangled Banner Chorus
!t Benediction Rev. Lindberg
10 -America ...Chorus and Audience
The evening entertainment was left in
the hands of tbe ladies. and the manner in
which they arranged fortbis shows that the
spirit of patriotism is not dormant within
them. They decorated the chapel with a
profusion of flags and festoons of bun -ing;
they arrayed themselves on tbe staje
in a very attractiye way; near the wa 1
and mast prominent waa a row of 20 la
dies, all dressed in red; in front of them
another row dreesedin white, and then a
third row dressed in blue CO smiling
faces on the stage is surel enough to in
spire any audience.
They arranged and carried out a very
novel and interesting programme in a
manner deserving nothing but praiee. It
showed that they had devoted a great
deal of time for preparation.
What made the entertainment so pop
ular and attracted so large an audience
was probably due to tbe fact that tat
programme was kept secret; only a few
hints that it would be something new
and worth hearing were given. The pro
gramme consisted of national hymns by
a chorus including all tbe ladies. Miss
Westman acting as chorister; a sextet by
Misses Oieson, Reimers, Norlin, Cervine,
OlB6on and Bartholomew; a quartette by
Misses Branney, Dahn, Bartholomew and
Westman; a trio by Misses Branney.
Dabn and Birtholomew; a solo by Miss
Branney; declamations by Misses Ander
son. Reimers, Dhn and Westman; an
oration by Miss Seaberg; an organ solo
by Miss8trand;a piano solo by Miss
Hogdon; and a violin solo by Miss Entri
kin. Probably one of tbe most unique
features was a scene from courtship of
Miles Standish, rendered by C. A. Ro
sander, acting tbe part of Miles Standish,
C. A. Werdel as John Alden, a-d Miss
Juaer the part of Priscilla.
Was He a Victim of Murder?
The body of Jim Williams, the darkey
deck hand, who fell into the river from
tbe steamer Sidney at Davenport a week
ago today, haa been found near Rocking
ham. Word has been received by the
Davenport police authorities that upon
the arrival of the Sidney in St. Louis
two roustera had been placed under ar
rest, one charged with pushing tbe negro
Jim Williams, who was drowned frin
the Sidney, to his death, and the other
to be held to testify against him. Tbe
latter is said to have been an eye witness
to the crime of the other, and William's
death may have been the outcome of
some quarrel or feud between himself
and some other rouster.
George H Monroe presented bis suc
cessful comeciy. "Aunt Briget's Biby" to
a large audience at Harper's theatre last
evening. The production is of the musi
cal farce older introducing mmy tew
songs and selections.
Those two immensely popular comes
dians, Clarence Reed and Wil'Um Collier
will make their jo nt appearar.ee in the
new farce comedv. "Ho89 and Hoss," at
the Burlis at Davenport, tomorrow night.
A large manufacturer. bte fff.irs
wt re very much cmoarrass-ed. and who
was overworked ni.fl broken cowu with
nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrated
specialist. He was told that tbe only
thing needed was to be telieyed of care
worry, and have a change of thought.
This doctor was more considerate of his
patient's health than of his fljancial cir
cumstancis. He otiuht tt b ve advised
him to use Miles' Rtstorative Nervi e. tie
best remedy for nervous prost rMioo.
Sleepless, d'zziness, leadacbe. ill effecis
of spirits, tobacco, ct flee, opium, etc.
Thousands teify to cure Book and
trial bottle free at Ht z & R -haven's.
Fits All fits etoj.pd free by Dr.
K ine's Great Neive Restorer No fits
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diuggists; call on yours.
Needs assistance it may well to ren
der it promptly, hut one should romerr
ber to use only the most iwrfeet reme-
dif s only when needed. The best and
most simp'e and gentle r m?dy i the
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the Cal
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List of letters uncalled for at the Postofflce at
Rock Island, 111.. Oct. 2". 1894:
Berrr, Marion Miss Ke 1 y, .tame 8
Brubaker, II Mrs ( K ndall. Louie Mrs
care Mrs Space L tta E C
Hunn. Charles E(2i MeDarrah.Hcmer Marter
Carr, Minnie L Miss Matbia M
Dahlquist. Aogu-t Mendelson. M L
Downs, Ike Ortell. Alice Miss
Dunatn, Frank Peters. J
Griffin, Annie Mrs , Reynolds, Charles
Haw kins. C J t' rick Duglass
Johnson, R Wheeler, S
Law.eoce, H Ida Watt, MattieMrs
Walker, Mr and Mrs R F
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