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THE AlUiL'S, FRIDAY, JUNE J, 1893.
NOW IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.'
We have the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grains and Aattings in the three cities.
How about Bedroom Suites and Parlor Suites? We arc head
quarters for these poods. We are showing a very lino line of
l.ACElCURTAIXS, also our line ,f CHENILLE CURTAINS
has never lieen better, and don't fail to see our
t H 1 - ' ASK row - - - fcjM
a n "nj ii.ini liW"IJ ! 1.' WTT.IU' l Jl'." I lTT
Finest in the world ami only 3.00 can be used as a quilting frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
103. 1. 107 E. Srtcoal Street, D vV ',NPr IT. T A.
Sustain Home Industry
Oallingr for Rock Island
Brewing" Co-, Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber s City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may,
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Our line of Summer Novelties
are away in
Russia Leather in Fausts, Bluchers, Oxfords
and Edson Tiesnarrow, square toe and
White Ganvas Oxfords in all styes. We
carrv these goods in all widths and sizes.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue;
HONORS WELL WON.
Ninth Grade Graduates Have
PEETTY SCENE AT THE THEATRE.
The Inter Kline Younc People Who Have
Done Credit to Tliemselve In the Oram,
mar Schools and Who Are Now Entitled
to Knter the High .School The 1'ro
(framme Ot her Srliool Exereisea.
At Harper's theatre yesterday af
ternoon occurr-vl the rrau,iiatin;
exercises of the Ninth gratles of the
The theatre had been handsomely
decorated with Howors and the na
tionol colors, the stage being arranged
in a particularly attractive mannrr.
Stretching across the background
was the class motto. '-Honor Waits
at Labor's Gate." The theatre was
literally packed with relatives and
friends of the pupils, anxious to wit
ness the first efforts of those who are
preparing themselves for the last
grades of the common school educa
tion. The front of the stage was one
great bank of iloral offerings, the
tokens of admiring friends.
The Programme .
The programme was opened with
a piano duet by the Misses Miriam
Haverstick and Maud Hear, which
was rendered in an artistic manner.
This was followed by prayer by Key.
John II. Kerr, of the Central Presby
terian church, after a chorus of
trained voices sang "How Lovely
Art' the Woods.'" The next number
was a declamation by John l'ezler.
the subject of which was "What
Should be Taught in the Public
Schools.' A song by 10 girls was
next, which was rendered in an en
tertaining manner, after which Miss
Kdna Davis recited The Dinner
Party" in her usually charming man
ner. A chorus, "The Kover," was
the next number, after which Alfred
lteck recited "Sheridan's Kide."' his
rendition of this well known selec
tion being particularly good.
A Well Trained Orchestra.
The next was a musical number by
an orchestra instructed anil under
the able direction of Prof. Peter
Kckhart and composed of Carl Hern
hardi. Fred Pollard, Philip Wells.
Nellie Craig ami liobert Winter tirst
violins: Mary Williams, (ieorge Hen
net t anil Earnest Hleuer second vio
lins: Ot to Corkcn guitar, and Theo
dore Hlakesley banjo. A well de
served encore was responded to by
the orchestra after which Miss Clara
Johnson demonstrated her natural
ability by reciting "Where's An
nette?" After this came a song by a
trio of bovs and girls which was fol
lowed by a ealisthenic drill that was
executed in a manner suggestive of
careful training combined with an
aptitude for exercises of this kind.
The next number was "Moonlight
Chorus," after which came the pre
sentation of certificates by President
Sears of the board. In presenting
the diplomas Mr. Sears made a few
appropriate remarks in which lie
called the attention of the members
of the graduating class to the ad
vantages they have had in the
wav of schools and teachers, speak
ing of the city's school system as
one of the best in the northwest.
His remarks were brief, and in clos
ing he congratulated the class on be
half of the board of education, after
which the diplomas were distributed.
The exercises were . closed with the.
class call of '93 from KM lusty lunged
Following is the list of the gradu
ating class complete:
IluildiiiK No. I .
Alfred r. Heck, Fred Grotjan. Sid
ney A. Loeb, Frank J. Nessler, Morris
H.'Wilcher, Robert V. Winter, Nor
man C. Woodin, Lizzie Hladel, Anna
Hergsten, Minnie C. L. Clemann,
Ethel Lucretia Dougherty, Suzanne
Gordon, Lulu May Harrfs. Eugenia
Lincke, Sylvia M.'Yates.
IlulldlnR No. 4.
Miss Piatt, teacher; Eva M. Heal,
Maud C. Hear Theodore S. Blake
slev. Elizabeth M. Howlby, Christo
pher D. Hreihols, Julia, M. Hrennan,
Mabel N. Campbell, Elizabeth Cham
berlin. Otto K. Corken, Eleanor C.
Craig. Alma E. Dauber, John Fezler,
Lucie Frvsengt r, Miriava A. Haver
stick, Bert H. Hull, Fred K. Keator.
Leo A. Larkin, Edward B. LeClaire,
Helen A. Looslev, Emily C. Mertz,
Florence L. Mixtor, Eugene V. Hani-.
ser, Ella G. Hedecker, Myrtle A.
Sears. Alexandra M. Shaw, Mary
Sheehan, David P. Stephens, Nancy
J. Stewart, Jennie B. Sturgeon,
Sophia. M. Volk. Harold F. Wei
gand, Harrison G. Welch, Vada Wil
cox, Mary A. Williams, Anna WullT.
Mvrtle Permelia Yerbury.
Miss Philp. teacher; William D.
Allam. Cora P. Allen, Blanche E.
Bamhart. Carl Beck, (ieorge H. Ben
nett. Carl O. Bernhardi, Samuel W.
Bflwlbv, John T. Brown. Jennie F.
Dovlw Mary E. Fitzgerald, Julia A.
Flemming, Minnie J. Frederick,
Clara G. Freeman, Blanche J. Guest,
Oscar E. Jensen. Clara M. Johnson,
Frank L. Kennedy, Anna S. Koll
man, Ida A. Kollman, James A. Mc
Conochie, Mary I. Quayle, Charles
T. Newton. Eva E. Schafer, rred K.
Pollard. Julius Schocker, Canna
Simmon, Nellie M. Swayne. Ottilda
C. Trefz. Philip II. Wells, Maud fll.
Wynes, Pauline B. Zimmer.
HaUdlng No. 6.
Edna Mae Davis, Tillie Rinck,
Cora B. Durlinar, Reynold F. Helpen
etell, Harvey E. Butler. Fannie, Kan-
son. Ernest C Bleuer. t-va lTiciten
biehl, Ben W. Iglehart, Susie C. Lee,
Maggie A. Shean.
Alice Atkinson, Carrie Bughno,
Delia Clayton, Delia Lawhead, Anna
H. Marshall, Anna Ohlson, Henry
Peters, Henlen Rentz, Will Russell",
Bruce Wright, Anna II. Yarger,
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Rock Island High school
occur at Harper's theatre -this even
ing. "The Babies at Home' was the
title of highly entertaining exercises
held in Miss Adda E. Muse's room at
Buildinjr No. 3 yesterday afternoon,
in which the little people of the pri
mary grade did themselves proud.
The Vienna 1'eople'n Kitchen.
As a funeral rule, the cost of any given
article depends on the quantities in which
!t is manufactured, and to this rule cooked
food is no execution. The smaller the scale
on whik.li the business of a restaurant ia
conducted the higher must be tho keeper's
charges if lie is to extract a living out of it
for himself. here much larger quantities
of food are cooked at the same time, the
cost of their preparation become diminish
ed to a mere fraction of that of the raw ma
terial, und charges can le lessened accord
ingly. The succe which has attended an exper
iment of this kind is notably instanced by
the "volk&kuchen, or "people s kitchens,-'
which have been established in Vienna. It
shows the exceedingly low prices at which
food can lie supplied lere the demand is
large and steady, an., thus furnishes us
with a liasis for practical calculations.
At the "people's kitchens" no fewer than
from 40,000 to 00,000 meals, umple and ex
cellent, are prepared daily. The price of a
. 'flier consisting of soup, meat, oreau,
vein-tables, pudding anil coffee, with fruit or
cheese, is about 8Jj pence in English money.
A breakfast of coffee, vegetable soup, bread.
hum and eggs may lie luul for 2 pence. A sup
ier of cold meat, bread, vegetables and pud
ding, with tea or coffee, costs 21S ienee. The
large consumpt ion of food, which allows it
to Ik- lxiuirht in cheap markets, is of course
one of the causes enabling the establish
ments to maintain such low prices. A more
important cause is to lie found in the per
fection of their organization and maiuige-
meut. National lteview.
The pleasant effect and perfect
afotv with which ladies may use the
California liipiid laxative. Syrup of
rigs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get the
true and genuine article, look for the
name of the California rig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
Almost on Time.
In a country town not 20 miles from this,
there used to be a bus driver who very often
forgot his customers. A lady and her
daughter anxious to connect with a train
for New York gave strict injunctions for
him to come for them in good season. 11c
was leisurely stopping at the door and pos
itively assured his passengers that he could
easily get them there, but half a mile from
the depot they were enraged to see t he train
go away without them. "Waal," said the
driver, "I got ye most there, anyhow."
Fall Into L'.nc.
Join the great procession : It marches to vic
tory! It knonsnoilt tea: ! Inscribed on it ban
Here is the inppiiing battle cry, "Or. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery." Its lino of march
extcmli across the contimnt and around the
world! A happy illustration of the popularity
and success of this world famed remedy. Tis
everywhere relieving pain, insplrlrc bo e, caring
disease! For all blood disorder j it Is acknowl
edged the safest, the most thorough, tho best!
The liver and kidneys respond at once to the in
v gora'ing touch ; through them the whole system
i, cleaned and bnlh np anew.
If yon are sick, indisposed, debilitated, weak
snfferlnc from malaltons or other poisons, tou'11
find the "Oolden Medical Discovery" the remedy
par excellence to restore you.
Advertised List No. 23
List of letters uncalled for at the postofflce a
Kock Island, 111., J sue 9. 1SU8:
Brayton S A McNsal Wm
amphell S S McPhtersoo Pat
Clark J K Nad'Uer t'harl"
Proper K J Nichols M C
Eglin A K Parker F A
F .rberg Kosie Phipps Dan
F.ench Cbarlt s E Robinson Thomu
H .nosn Mrs Rob nson Margaret
K':iney ThOB A Simpson Wade M
Lou ir Ella Hrailey Samuel C
l.orrnz Charles Stewart Mrs C A
Diwer Florence twanson On
McEntire K Joe Underwood Misa Moley
McOole C K Tersteet Miss Nellie
Howard Wells. Postmaster.
The Human Electrical Forces !
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
Tho electrical force of tho hnmnn lwdy, as
the nerve fluid may bo termed, li an espe
cially attractive department of science, as it
exerts so marked an influence on the health
of the organs of the body. Nerve force Is
produced by the brain and conveyed by
means of the nerves to the various organs of
the body, thus supplying the latter with the
vnullty necessary to in
sure their health. The
piieumogastrlc uerve, as
shown here, may lie said
to le t he most important
of t lie entire nerve sys
tem, as it suuDlies the
uvirt. lungs, stomach.
Im.wcIs. etc., with mo
nerve force necessary to
keep them active and
lie iiihy. As will bo seen,
ly thecutthe loni? nerve
dc-ii-cmliiis from the
L:i- of the brain and
ti !-ni:nutinK in the bow
cK is I lie pncumogastrlc,
while tho numerous lit
t'f branches supply tbel
heart, luusts and stom-
a -?i with necessary vl
t i'ltv. When the brain
l-.-i mes In any way dis
ordered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
force which it supplies
ts lessened, and the or
gans receiving the dl-
miM'siica supply are con'
the importance of this
full to recognise.
tntkfirtflncA nf thin fHnL DUT. treat 1IIO
oman i use If instead of the cause of t he trouble
1 lie noted specialist. Franklin Miles, m.
LL. It., bas given the greater part of his life
to the study of this sublect. and the principal
discoveries concerning ft are due tohls efforts.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, the unrl
tnmi. la nrenared on the
principle that all nervous and many other
difficulties originate from disorders of the
nerveeenters. Its wonderful success lneunng
these disorders la testified to uy tuousunos in
every part of the land.
Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness!,
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysterlu. sex
ual debility, 8t. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc l
Is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. Ii
Is sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
gists, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical
Co.. Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price. CI per
-'-'t'.ltf; eU botUc fvr Sfireg yren
Are You Prepared For mm mm
.Ice Cream Freezers.
Porcli anil Lawn Cliairs and Settees.
Our Kefrigerators anil (iasoline
Stoves are the liest makes, the most
economical as well as ornamental.
They are constructed on correct ,-rin-ciples
anil always rive satisfaction.
Easy Payments No extra charges
CHAS A. MEGK,
Tk lkphonk 421
H"Upholsterirjg of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short no ice.
50 PER CENT OFF.
We have scVcialluis of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A.
B and C 'widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
Cut the price in two. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone.
Visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tutwark And Hottsk Pubnishtng Goods.
1613 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
REMEMBER, we can;furnisk
yon with anything in th9 'line
Street, Davenport, Iowa.