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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1893.
r. onrl iTrmrovement and
BHnr8 c0". ' n:ll enjoyment when
1 'Hip man v. who live bet-
Uti? U", .i n;nv life more, with
rthanf' 1 ' , more promptly
" :::,,r; host products to
i?tin7 I"; ..i.vsJcal beinc, will attest
bHlu -:..:,-.ia embraced in the
form mt acceptable and pleas
bt"e; tii rof reshine and truly
r5 t To( ttmilv cleansing the system,
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i .ivn satisfaction to millions and
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r t Willi ! lie T "rt"V5,
Liver flii'i i"-
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V ;,,'.-,!.,- $1 l)ttlcs, but it is man
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i- t:iviriti s because
If M A I
watches for !?1 up to
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k before you buy. Will
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lea! t state
".y. "I'il nl maDBire property oa ccttimisfion,
Eiiiucy, co'lect rents, also carry a line of first
5rc insurance companies, building lota for
it. aV. ibed-.fferent additions. Choice residence
;c:t) in nil parts of the city.
p.wni 4. Mitchell & Lynde building, gronnd
rr. it rvar of Mitchell & Lynde bank.
K. A, Donaldson.
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!:' ion coiiteiiijil:ite buying, selling
'Aeluingiii residence or business
positively pay you
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we constantly Ilae
csirable troiertv on
r ' t" select from and we
ii r wants promptly.
'" '"ive a number of choice lots in
imn-nf the city and will undcr
I" build a number of houses for
"eii-toiners on terms vcrv srreatly
tlfir :nl vantage.
A liAUCAIN FOIi SOME ONE.
htive 15 lots in Collejre Heights
''litidii. nnH-linlf lilopkr from TslfiC-
c Street Railway which we will
taken AT once, at from $300 f
Uli) oaeli thev will tro fast so
"'"an: the present opportunity or
J ill be too late.
Your Troperty with Us
and we will f sd too a buyer
Dllice Masonic Temple Block
Rev. K. H. G. von Scheele
at the College.
SKETCH 01 THE PRELATE'S LITE.
;n-t at AognMro anil the Mission with
wliirh He la Kntrmrted In thl Country
Commencement Iay In the KuHlnes
Depart mnt Ot her Exercines.
The event of the day at Augustana
college yesterday was the arrival of
Kishop von Scheele, of Sweeden, who
is the guest of Augustana college
during the commencement week, the
synod meeting and attending festi
vities. The IHHtlnRuiKlieil l'reltt.
liishop von Scheele is. as hereto
fore stated, entrusted witli an im
portant mission in this country. He
is deputized by King Oscar, of Swed
en and Norway, as the royal repre
sentative at the jubilee celebrations
to be held this year by t lie Swedish
American church on the occasion of
the 300th anniversary of the Upsahv
At the convention of tiii body in
wrk ' ' JSP' Mm
Vji-il !T ' ! 'kful rJZJt ;,li!i,i,-'iiirif;:;,.,':;;
l'.Ilior K. H.(i.VON SC1IKKLK.
lo'.:. under the regency of Duke
Cliarles. the ablest son of Gutaviis
Vasa. the ccclesiast ieal system of the
cotintrv was plaeed 01 a more satis
factorv basis." The a-.-cnibly uiiani
nioiislv adopted the Angfburg con
fession as authority for all theologi
doctrines of the Swedish church.
It meant permanency for the Luth
eran church in Sweden, and the
Swedes both of Europe and America
look back upon this event as the be
ginning: of the most important era of
Their national history. Not that the
reformation had failed to gain a foot
hold in Sweden before the edict of
the council, but this action of the
government established Lutheranism
as the religion of the state, which
has been faithfully adhered to by the
great majority of Scandinavians un
til the present day. and is unflinch
inHv maintained "bv those who have
Kmiirrntwl tollie I'liiteil States.
Bishop von Scheele has from the! commencement
dav of his arrival in New York, on; This morning at the college oc
Mav 10, received an uninterrupted j curr4.,i the public oral examinations,
round of ovations and receptions, j There was iiite a large number of
and these will not cease until he re- j visiting clergy and other visitors in
turns home, carrying with him the I attendance upon these. This after
well wishes of his countrymen, and ( non ut the college chapel the coin
all the Lutherans of America. meneement of the Augustana Busi
II is Reception in America ness College and School of Phono-
The delegations which exchanged graphy occurred. The branch is un
courtesies with him on his arrival , der direction of Prof. G. E. Gustus in
were composed of Rev. Mauritz the business department, and Prof.
Stolpe, of the Gustavus Adolphus ' p. G. Sjoblem iu the branch of pho
church of New York; Rev. L. C nographv, typewriting and kin
Abrahamson. of Chicago: Drs. Ilei- dred branches, such as the prac
schmann. Everett, ami Jacobson, of i trical use of the bexlograph and
Brooklyn, and Rev. Drs. Riemensny- mimeograph. The exercises were ex
der. Krotel, Wenner and Mohldenke, ! tremelv interesting and reflected
of New- York. After a brief stay in j great credit on Prof. Gustus and his
Boston, where he visited Harvard J co-workers. The programme in
university and attended a reception j eluded music by the A. S. C. band,
bv the Swedes in his honor. Bishop reading of the scripture and prayer
uT.i i t v..- virL- qml I ! I'm- c. A. Swenson. A, M-, an
tlir-n took Dtirt in the initial celebra
tion in (iustayus-Adolplius church,
on May f!. which wa ii 1 1 oil to ovcr
ilowing by the Swedes of the city,
who tendered him a formal welcome.
In Philadelphia the Lutherans had a
lar"e gathering at Mount Air' theo
logical seminary, where he was wel
comed by the congratulatory address
es of its prominent professors, to
which he made reply in German.
Last week the papers of the north
west gave elaborate descriptions of
the mass meetings ami jubilee festiv
ities in Minneapolis at w hich he was
nreseiit. Last Saturday
siu-ndisli Bethanv colleire
borg, Kan., was honored by his pres
ence at the commencement exercises,
which were also follow ed by a great
Bishop Knut Henning Gezelius von
Scheele is the ecclesiastical head of
the Swedish Lutheran church at Vis
by, Sweden, and is one of the most
distinguished clergymen in Scandi
navia. He was born in Stockholm in
1838. He received his title of doctor
of philosophy in 18C3, and of theol
ogy in 1877: In 1865 he was a mem
ber of the Swedish legislature and
made a tour of Germany, Switzer
land, France and Italy for scientific
purposes. In 18 9 he visiteil lionanu
and England, and represented Swed
en at the Evangelical alliance of Basil.
lie is the founder of tne xeoiogisK
Tidskrift, a periodical of great learn
ing and deep theologicol research.
Since 1S83 he has edited the well
known Swedish magazine, Tidskrift
for Kristlig Trooeh Hildiring (Journ
al of Christian Faith and Culture).
In religious literature the bishop is
noted for his excellent books on
"Churchly Catechization," and "The
ological Symbolics." lie is the first
Swedish Lutheran bishop who has
ever visited his countrymen in the
United States. The expressions of
cordial welcome which are extended
to him in all parts of the Union are
only befitting a man of such high
standing in the state and church.
Last evening occurred the formal
opening of University park and the
dedication of the exposition building.
A lT-r number of ieorle assembled
in jubilee tent, which is an immense
canvas institution with dimensions
of 220 by 13D. Bishop von Scheele
was a distinguished attendant. The
programme, which was exquisitely
carried out in every detail, embraced
mi overture bv the A. S. C
bnnd. a selection "Traise Ye
the Father." by the college
' chorus: "The Stars of the Summer
Night," by theThilodai and Ambrose
quartettes, a solo ! wish to Tune
: Mv Quivering Lyre." by N. E. Kroti,
: selections by' the I'hilo'dai quartette
' and Strasser's orchestra and Gtd"s
j Own Time is the Best" by the select
.' college chorus with orchestral ac
j companiment. The various num
i hers were heartily encored and the
' responses were no less meritorious
than the original selections,
' At the conclusion of the musical
i programme the audience repaired, at
: President Kosander's invitation, to
!lhe exosition hall adjoining the
j tent, and which was dedicated. This
' is a frame structure with dimensions
' of 100 bv 30. The college band ren
! dered a" number of selections, and
' Kev. L. A. Johnson, of Rockford,
being introduced, mnde an appropri
i ate dedicatory address.
hv William Jackson, of this
: city, violin solo by Albert E. Wilson,
i and an address by Frank G. llogland,
of Rockford. Then came the pre-
sentation of the diplomas by Presi
dent Olssoii to the graduates.
The class roll of the course in bus
iness includes. John A. Johnson,
Albert Kellberg, Charles G. Johnson.
Fritz L. Carlson. Charles Moline,
i Joseph E. Rehnstrom, Martin, N.
1 En-'dahl. John D. Holm, Carl Ander
son". Charles Helin, Arthur F. Pears,
John A. Bexall. Albert Kellberg,
! Vritz L. Carlson, ired A. JNeison,
the great Charles J. Enkstrom, Otto W . i aui
at Linds- j sou. Anthony W. Fossberg, Charles
A. Ydeen, Axel G. Skogberg, Peter
O. Johnson, Martin J. Peterson.
Those in the course in phonography
are, Justina Anderson.'Anna Casper
son, Amanda Eastberg, John H.John
son, Katie Carnaghan, Sadie Chad
wick, Clara Helaader, Jena Johnson,
A song by the Philodai quartette
and the benediction concluded the
exercises, . ;
Tonight at the collego chapel oc
curs the annual entertainment of the
conservatory of music.
Two electric lights shown out from
the new dome of the college like bea
cons last evening, and this morning
the national colors and the flag of
Sweden were displayed about the
collecre buildings' The interior dec
orations of the college chapel were
Commencement Week in the Rock
The annual commencement exer
cises of the grammar grades of the
Kock Island public schools occurs at
Harper's theatre tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The pupils who win re
ceive diplomas of graduation from
ninth grades of the city schools to
the High school are as follows:
liulldiilK No. 1.
Alfred P. Beck. Fred Grotian, Sid
ney A. Loeb, Frank J. Nessler, Morris
H.'Wilcher, Robert V. Winter, Nor
man C. Woodin, Lizzie Bladel, Anna
Bersrsten, Minnie C. L. Clemann,
Ethel Lucretia Dougherty, Suzanne
Gordon, Lulu May Harris. Eugenia
Lincke, Sylvia M. Yates.
Italldlnsr No. 4.
Miss Piatt, teacher: Eva
Maud C. Bear, Theodore S. Blake
sley. Elizabeth M. Bowl by, Christo
pher U. Breihols, Julia, M. Brennan,
Mabel N. Campbell, Elizabeth Cham
berlin, Otto K. Corken, Eleanor C.
Craig, Alma E. Dauber, John Fezlcr,
Lucie Frvsengcr, Miriava A. Haver
stick, Bert B. Hull, Fred R. Keator,
Leo A. Larkin, Edward B. LeClairc,
Helen A. Loosley, Emily C. Mertz,
Florence L. Mixter, Eugene V. Ram
ser, Ella G. Redecker, Myrtle A.
Sears. Alexandra M. Shaw, Mary
Shcehan. David V. Stephens, Nancy
J. Stewart, Jennie B. Sturgeon,
Sonhia. M. Volk. Harold F. Wei-
rrnnd. Harrison ii. Welch, Vada Wil
cox. Man- A. Williams, Anna WulfT.
Mvrtle rermclia Ycrbury.
Miss lMiilp. teacher: "William D.
Allam, Cora 1. Allen. Blanche E.
Barnhart. Carl Beck, George II. Ben
nett. Carl ). Bernhartli. Samuel W.
Bowlbv, John T. Brown. Jennie F.
Dovle.'Marv E. Fitzirerald. Julia A.
FlemmiiiL". Minnie J. Frederick.
Clara G. Freeman, Blanche J. Guest
(Isrnr E. Jensen. Clara M. Johnson
Kr-mk L. Ken ned v. Anna S. Koll-
man. Ida A. Kollman, James A. M
Mnrv I. Ouavle. Cliarles
T. Newton. Eva E. Schafer, tied K
Simmon, Nellie M
C. Trefz. Philip II
Wvnes. Pauline B
Wells. Maud M
Edna Mae Davis. Tillie Rinck,
Cora B. Dulling, Reynold F. Helpen-
stell. Harvev E. Butler. Fannie Han
son. Ernest 'c. Blcuer. Eva Lucken-
b; hi. Ben W. Iglehart. Susie C. Lee,
Maggie A. Shean.
lSuililin No. ? .
Alice Atkinson. Carrie Bushno
lif.lli rintdii. Delia Law'hoad. Anna
if Mirih'ilK Anna Ohlson. llenrv
IVtnrc HeTlliMl llpntz. Will KllSSClf
Bruce Wright. Anna H. Yarger.
The HisrH Srlionl.
The High school will have its com
mencement exercises at Harper's
theatre Friday night. The list of
graduates is appended:
Latin Carrie Therese Bailey,
Maude Gracia Campbell. R. Sam
Dart, May Agatha Kennedy. Marcus
Ward Lyon. Jr., Mae Ethel Murry,
W. Everett Sears, Clara Sears, Paul
German Victoria Blanche Brom
ley, Gertrude Edith Estes. Flora
Louise Ludolph. Katherino K. Lam
bert. Frances Merk, Marguerite M.
Murphv, Edniond Ramser, Ella
Spram"e, Marie T. Schindler, Harriet
Gracia Treman, Edna May ebb,
English Elizabeth Battles. Mary
Agnes Brennan, Anna O. Bernhardt,
Essie R. Burch. Jennie E. Hill,
Martha Augenia Hill, Ralph B. Head,
Luella Huthmaker, Lila D. Lee, Will
J. Sweeney and Bertha L. llson.
At the conclusion of Mr. Jackson's
remarks at Moline's semi-centennial
celebration yesterday there was a
drum solo bv Mai. Patterson, of Ale-
do, who has quite a reputation in
that line. He gave several good im
itations, among which was a very
vivid representation of a battle.
Judge E. J. Searle followed with an
address, in which he gave renun
iseenees of earlv days and also cast a
horoscope of the bright future in store
lor the cuv oi muis. mcic suiutre
l.v the Srpi Male choir, after which
Mayor Bennett, of Moline, introduced
Mayor Medill, ot Kock jsianu, ami in
so doing took occasiono pay a com
pliment to this city's young execu
tive. Mayor Medill made a short
address congratulatory to the future
of Moline and said that when her
borders where overflowed Rock Isl-
iind would gladlv welcome the sur
plus. There were short speeches by
A. M. Hubbard, W. H. Edwards and
Thomas Merrvman. The programme
was closed with music by the drum
Dinner sets Friday and Satur
day. June 9 and 10, I will make
special prices on everything in
the way of decorated dinner sets,
from the cheapest up. I quote
for instance, a good 100 piece
dinner set, nicely decorated,
guaranteed, $7.25. Others in
We" shall be glad to show sets
all the-week, but sales at. these
prices will positively not be
made until Friday and Saturday
. ' G. M. Looslev
China, ftla MdX.ajn.pt.. .
IMS Second AfUM.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR SALE.
The lnti-ness of the season has ena
bled us to buy several lots of under
wear at very nearly our own figures.
Among the "many ivc mention the fol
lowing: One case 40 dozen ladies rumen
vests 3c each.
40 dozen ladies' vests: fancy color
ing neck edging, 4c each.
30 dozen ladies', colored stitching
around the neck and armholes. Cc.
ftO dozen ladies' Richelieu ribbed
vests, shell trimming, 8c.
One lot laides' vests, Kiehelieu ru
and fancy crochet and tape neck,
Two lines at 14c. Others at 18c,
20c, which arc good value.
Three lines at 22c.
A dozen different lines at 25e, con
sisting of bleached and unbleached.
long and short sleeves, half sleeves
and" sleeveless, low and high neck.
square and fancy necks, all, all, all
Egvptain yarn vests 42c; splendid
quality vests at 48c
Ladies, feather weight genuine
silk vests at 44c; heavier silk vests
mm OT.OAK DEPARTMENT
This week we will sell Blazers that
cost $5.00 for 3.87: other cuts, many
A NEW DEPARTAENT
Onr recent enlarjrcmiiiit made it possibV for ns to rui.l to our bnincs a .lc.:irtin. r.t ef great
importunes. We have purcha-cd thu entire st.,elc of Wi.l . John'Oii. the well known ;
an-1 have moved it int-i ourniw store just adilea on ine ci;, nerc e uin muj ".-
stock of all kinds of Jewelry. Watches. loe . Silverware. 1 amond-, i.nd ether r re irems. unu
n full nssnrtment f Snectaeles. Mr .lohron s.s-is-ted by tkihful wor men. w;l. nl-o hM eiisrec
of our repair di partmen'. Optical poods.' ete He will a heretofore make a ptc;a t i dik.
Wat eh work, tile finest an 1 hik'hes: crade movenn n' ll be repa.ted ami kept aecuitite. .m
iifted Class and gra Juatiii- rinp and nuver.ir will be laroiy added to this week.
1720, 1722, 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
Great Sacrifice in Shoes.
We have reduced the prices on our immense
stock of Shoes at the Gentral Shoe Store as
Men's Patent Leather from
4 Cordov.in, Lace or Congress
" Kungar o - -
Calf " " 4i
Women's Cloth Top Pau Trim
Welt and land furri
" Dongala Con. Seuse and Ox.
These prices will hold good only until our
stock is reduced; so come early.
Schneider's Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue,
Hrper Houee Block.
What a Pretty Baby-
Wouldn't it look prettier still in
one of those beautiful CARRIA
GES at HUCKSTAEDT'S?
They don't cost much,
They are sold on Easy Payments.
Without Extra Charge.
Before buying, see our combination Book Cases,
Ladies' Parlor Desks, Book Cases, Office Desks,
China Closet?, Cupboards, Sideboards, Kefrigera
tois, Pining Room Chairs Dining Tables, Center
Tables Parlor .Suits. Faucy Rockers, Lounges and
Low prices Quality A 1.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
C. F. DEWEND, Manager.
Open Evenings till 8 p. m.
Two lines ladies' union suits great
bargains for 50c for either style.
The same argument is good for our
purchases of misses' and children's
underwear. They arc great bargains
though not as many different styles
or so low priced as the lines of ladies'
One lot the biggest job at the low
est price, size 18 at 3c; size 20 at 4c;
size 22 at 5c: size 24 at Cc; size 2G at
One lot children's vests made from
fine Egyptian yarn, small size at 10c'
rising to 12c, i5e ami 18c according
Long and short sleeve gauze vests
also start at 10c for smaller sizes.
Children's lisle thread vest 15 and
Children's union suits, sizes 2, 3
and 4, fitting children from 4 to 10
vears, choice for 37e.
Men's undershirts 21c. stripe and
plain for 25c: fancy fixtures and
French balbriggan shirts and draw
A complete line of men's and boys'
underwear at most popular prices.
cost 3.38 for $212: Blazers that
cuts: prices cut all along the line.
A Complete Jewelry Store.
$5 00 to $3.E0
G 00 to 4 CO
- 5.50 to 4.0l
5.50 to 40
- 3 00 to .40
4.00 to 3 00
- 3.50 tf 2 CO
Toe 3.00 to 2.00
18', 9, 1811 Second ivei,u.-.
TELEPHONE No. 1206
Upholstering to order.
I MIXED H0U8E;PA NTb
WHITE LAD, ETC.
" 16KrTMra Avenue. "