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THE AJRGU8, MONDAY, APKIL 1, 1895.
3 Spring Gloves O SPORTING GOODS at Bennett's Glove Store 1C35 SECOND AVENUE. Beautiful Tsetiz FRAGRANT BE&TH Ja. rs ENDORSED EY SCIENCE. It Cleanser, BcaiMrfies, i Prevent Decav o?Teftii, snd Perfumts the tiniih. n ! Pat op In tors.. moro sin-!o L:d eco Q lioaiical LUau -jv-' jCT or li -j J:d. CJ DR. TARR'S CRE 'vM P FN TIFF ICE Isiije roultof clvn y.--r's fcjciK;r:t-:iC4; ia J People Wearlnjr''irW!:sT.'?i-k ff. sIioi:ld use th-s I'enlirr.re: itr: an antji-;- q ucaiidrr'i'tivi2tiict.r:u&t: -n. Cc.-Salbf :i Cru??-:j. Tifcs c CVie.-. -fr WEAK RIES MACS V.3C80US. VMFEFFER'S fiERY-SOil EM? et'irrs tall. Yu.ik men r ain lost ranrWri!: cli BK-nr?uver Toiiihf-.il v.?..r. Ab)ln i-!v-nr.r-iintertl Voft'ore Nfrvrnanp, lntVMal!'.yf lmplcttrT Tt!y r?illmis. Lost l'vw r. H. id, Palling Mr-norv, KahllriK Cflwi .n'lfl'f rftrtMf f at.u4 "t f -rfvi an'l rMiJi.rrrri"H. W::nl oT Ini-urmy enl cH5i:rirtion. l)fi 1 1 tdnwrt In a Wi-nhii f-SF'i' M;icr on In I Kt.yf.Si H KEH 1- U, f r ?ivl f r It. li nr-fcarrei in vc--t pri t. Pr.'r.ld Fli!n m--p r. a por I ot. r.r l l.r hi, wiih J o,tlvo V ritlen lnaranlr to Core r lOfnntt thf Pfuup.ilt't ,. SH ry rinunrtets. A'Mrrs I'it XJL AilACAX. .A3 4'. Cfaftcafjo, lii. Sold by Iltrts A Cllcnwyer and T. II. Thma. ir, 3CM Duwrrfullr fttni Am. tlv. t"ur wI:pti ti ClJllrw I" 0V. S'-OAf. Sustain Home industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1. Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well 2s 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 ihe brewery' and delivered to any part of the tri-ciiies, and may he ordered direct from the head offices on fe line avenue by Telephone. Heck Island Savings Bank. ROCK Fira Ptr Cent Interest Vuid on Dcpoi.ts. iioney Leaned ca Fersona! Collateral or lieal " state Secnnty. OFFICERS. J M Prr D. Prrtfcnt. B-Tan hr'f Jmj s. ipin. -d orcnr the S. K. int. V.tcbcll Lnde' new bui'i:n. JOHN KONOCSY, Carpenter and Biiilder OFFICE, NO: 821 Opera 23Coi2jso Saloor Jtf'J M1IAFES, Ir r eo-. W). fecoaJ Aci a-, tomertf Six emta trevt - p,K!ie n ryr t Tteatra The choices! Wine, Liqucrst Beer and Cigars alwavs on hsnd Five Lutt try Af. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement sail lends to personal erjoyn-.ent wbes rightly us?d. Tbe many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with ls expenditure, by n:ore promptly adapting the worlJ's beet products to the ureJs of physical bcinp, wiil fittest the valuu to health of the purelinuid laxative principle. embraced ia the rer.ieay, Pyrup of Fis its cxcfiJence i due to its profiting in the form mcai tccpptahio end plean iint to tho taste, the rof rrshi:ij' and truly bi-nuficial properties of a p-rfect lax Kivc; effettually e!c-nn.;nff the system, dispelling colds, l)Cjdaches rr.d fovew and perir.ancctiy curi-.g corrtipation. It has piv.-ri atixfaction trr ii'illitin and awt vith t'ia approval of the ?ntdicl professidn, Irf-c.T-J f it nets on tho Kid neys, 1,5v;t and Dowel.? tiithuut weak ceiing tlifm nnd it i3 perfectly free from every objectionnlde substance. f-'ynip t, Fips is for a!e by all drug1 in GOc find $1 x ttles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig yrup Co. only, whore name is pnnt'.-u on every paclraL', also tiia r.r.me, iymp .f Figa, and bein w11 informed, yoa uill not ccept any s iljstitute if oifered. Virginia Land Seekers' Excur.ioa UNDER THE Al'sriCES OF FAKM NEWS." SPKING FIELD, O . LEAVING C IN CINNATI VIA THE C. & O. RAILWAY Tuesday, April 2. 7 p. m Stopping at Lvnchburjj, Rich mond, Norfolk ami other points in Virginia. One faro for the round trip. Tickets trood for 3 ) Jays. For cata logue and othe.- inforraat'on address EXCURSION DEPART M ENT. Farm News, prinli;!J, O. -OK- U. L. TRUITT, Gen'l T. P. A . Ciccinnatti, O. Call Tor Rock gstaiari Brewing Co. JJeer. Incorporated Under the State Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. r f i.rwi.. John 'mh.vjh II P Hnll. R W Hn-.t. John V.,l Tall MiivLcll, t. r.ttton, J X Itu,.nl. SIXTH AVENUE. AUGUSTANA COLLEGE. Dr. O. OtHM'i 51 tli Birthday AnntTOTsary Vi-lFbrmted-AddreMe. -Preae.tatlou. Despite the drenching rain which fell Saturday evening, about five hundred friends of the esteemed Dr. O. OUson bad assembled in Angng tana college chapel to tender him a surprise upon his 54th anniversary. Prepai ations for the occasion had been maSing dcring all of the pre vious week, and guests from the sur rounding cities, including Geneseo, An dover, Orion and Swedona were on hand. The members of the several facilities, members of the board of trustees, together with the pastors of neighboring churches, had assem bled iu Cable hall. The evening was tho regular evening of the week which is set apart for devotional ex ercises and prayer by the students These exercises are in charge of Prtsd lent Olsson, and it was as he was about to enter the chaptl for ser vices that he was informed that a number of friends desired to meet him in Cable hall. Hating entered the hall, he was requested to head a procession composed 01 the members of the several faculties, members of the iMiard and others, and by the fide of Vice President Foss to march into the beautifully illuminated chapil. The procession having reached the platform. Master of Cer- etuotnes loss addressed the greatly surprised and almost overcome doc tor, stating that it was in his honor that bis many friends had now assembled: that it was for the purpose of celebrating his 54th birthdiY the large audience had delied the raging elements in order that they might once more be per mitted to express the high esteem in which he is held. At the conclusion of Prof. Foss' remarks. Dr. N. For- b.mdcr of the Theological seminarv. delivered a brief but hearfelt add reps and concluded by the most fitting words of love and affection. Another address was then delivered bv Dr. C. E. Lindbors;. also of the Theologi cal seminarv. who, in the short time which was allotted to him, presented the doctor from an oratorical point of view, a veritable laurel wreatn of congratulations and well wishes Dr. S. I. A. Lindah!, editor-in-chief of Auirustana, was next called upon. His remarks, which were entirely ex-U-mporarv, he related manv inci dents in Dr. Olssoa's life, iliustrat in the manner in which a divine providence .iad guided it tj its pres ert exalted Dosition. In the course of his remarks. Dr. Lindahl said that il was not a!onc the influence which the subject f this occasion was cx ertiiig upon the youth who came to this seat of laarnincr, but that bis worth was felt throughout the entire synod. Prof. C O Grant!rs then read an original poem composed for the occasion, entitled "A lsirthday Uream. An appropriate son; was next sung by the Apollo quartet. after which Kev. U. A. ilemborjr, pas tor of the Swedish Lnthcran church. of Moline, conveved in a happy and felicitous speech, the greetings of his church, saying, that bad it not been for the inclemency of the weather the members of his church would have tilled the chapel to overflowing, Concluding his speech, the pastor presented Dr. Ulsson with a niarntli- cent bouqnet of flowers, the gift of the ladies of his church. This i;reetin:r was the more acceptable to the doc tor, in as much as it came from the members of the church of whijh he is also an honored and beloved mem ber. Rev. Slatt, pastor of the Lutheran church of Rock Island, was the next speaker. He stated that he did not represent himself upon this occa. sion, but was the chosen delegate of bis congregation to extend their well wishes and gratitude to one who was loved and esteemed by them all. It was while Paster Slatt was speaking- that a sharp llah of electricity snap ped tne current which supplies the larye chandelier and other electric lights of the chapel, and in an in stant ail was utter darkness. In less than two minutes, however, the current was again switched on, and all was as brilliant as ever. A"aiu addresses followed by Rev. A. P. For?, of Geneseo, and Rev. John Johnson, of Orion, both of which were nappy tributes, b.. tioren. on !ehalf of the Students' nnion, in brief address extended to the doctor the greetings of the students of the several departments of the institu lion, lie was followed with an able address bv Rev. J. Jcsperson on be ba'.f f the board of trustees. The pastor stated that the reat work which the synod had placed npim the veoerame doctor was not onlv highly appreciated bv the board of director but by the who'e Lutheran church of America. E. W. Oison. editor of the Nya Pressen, of Moline. then read a poem of exceptional brilliancy of diction, breadth of thought and ele gance of conipositioa. Another poem was next read by its anthor. Rev. A. Rode!l, associate editor of Augustans. The contents of this poem was a survey of Dr. Olsson's experience as a pioneer pastor and missionary in the state of Kansas more than twenty years ago. rreMntatloin. Prof. C. W. Foss then arose, and in a few fitting remarks, presented the doctor with a pnrse of raoney. He also said that the students of the in stitution had left an elegant parlor suite in the doctor's parlor, which he would find when entering bis home. Dr. Olsson then responded by say ing that he felt completely over whelmed at the thought that he should be the object of such c!o jnence, such expressions of true friendship. Christian love and esteem. It is utterly beyond my ability to properly express to jou how much I am in debted to yon one and all for these expressions. No one knows better. than 1 do, the real value of true Christian friendship. Yon perceive, dear friends, that I am not myself at this moment. 1 have sat here and listened to your eloquent tributes. poems, songs and music, as n it was all intended for some one else, some one of greater worth and distinction, and not for me, your unworthy ser vant. In conclosion, kind friends. wiil ask God to bless us one and all. and maybe guide the destinies of onr lives.' After Having uttered these affectionate words, the rlmost overcome doctor took his seat, while Prof. Foss announced that the exer cises of the evening would close with the singing of the doxology by the entire congregation. Kev. Kodell next pronounced the benediction, after which the members of the facul ties, visiting pastors and a host of the doctor's most intimate friends, surrounded him. shaking his hand and wishing him many returns of this happy occasion. J. E. G. What la llnntooa After? About as small a piece of polit ical work as is conceivable is that undertaken today by J. N. Hantoon with a view to "influenc ing members of the Teamsters1 nnion against Mr. Kuschmann. Huntoon's aim i to create prejudice on the score that Mr. Kuschmann voted for the wide-tire ordinance in the coun cil. While the wide-tire ordinance is a past issue, its object was of di rect benefit to teamsters, and its en actment and enforcement was done to protect local thoroughfares against the encroachment of Davenport coal haulers who were cutting up our paved thoroughfares in hauling heavy loads between Milan and Rock Island. A number of these Daven porters were arrested and lined in retaliation for penalties imposed unon Rock Island teamsters in Davenport, and then in order to pre. serve the improved streets to the teamsters, who are the main benefi ciaries, and to protect the pavement which property holders had paid for the wide-tire ordinance was put into effect, but many teamsters had al ready adopted the uniform wide tire. and others have done so since. So that it cuts no figure now, anywav. But vou can alwavs figure that there is something in store for Hun toon when he gets on such dirty work as this. The same impetus doubtless actuated the part he took with Frank Collins in arranging the Fifth ward caucus for Knox and Sehoessel. But what is it he is promised ! lh Ktrofit commissioner. shipr fr.lec-tloa Nitl'-. Notice ir henhv givra iht on Tncde. tlie second day of April. A. Is:o. in ! cny of Hnrk I.Ui d. HI., an election will be neid for tue following oalcere, lo-wlt : CITT OITICERS. One M.vor for tw years. line t:ity Clerk for two years. One City Attorney for two years. ne ity 1 tea- orer for two years. One Alderman In the Klrxtward for two lean. Oije A der.nitn in tbe Seeond ward fortwoytar. On Alderman io tnelhirl ward fortwo years, tine Alderman in tbe Fonrthward for two years. n. Aidermin In The nnn ward rnrtwo scsr. tine Alderm.n in the Sixth ward for two Tears. One A.dtrmao in the Sevctith ward for two year. TOUTS OFT.CERS. Two AP'M'tant Supervisor for two years fine Assosfor for one year. One Collector for one vear. Which election will he ooen at 7 o'clock in te morning and cont'n'ie eptn until & o'clock in the aftrrLon or that day. Places cf rcj'stratian and Toliug will be a fol lows: Kir-t Ward Krenklln hose house. Secord Ward, r-irs'. recinc -Wollenhnnpt's store, corner Third averne and Tenth street. S c nt Ward, second Pr.xinct Ocorjr" 8todfl ball. Ei'titU avenue between Ninth and Tenth sin -els. Th'rJ Ward, First Preciact So. 1314 Third Third Ward. Second Prec'nct-John Taylor's rrrocer. Khrhth avenue and FoartceLth street. avet ne. rounh Ward, r iret Precinct o. 1U14 Third avenue. Fnur'li Ward, Second Precinct No. S school boose. Vnetcen'h Kirt and Fifth avmne. rifthWarl. Fint I'recinci Hose House, No a, -No 'ft' ji Twertv-ecnd street. Fifth Ward. Second Precinct Schmldt'a cerv. Twentieth site, t sixth Wurd No. J7. Fifth avctttie. Seven u Ward, first l'rtxinet frlrtet car barn. Fifth avenue Seven'h Wart. Beeonl Pttcinct Old No. 1 school house, evcrrh avenne. A l. ItVEsOG, C'itv and Town. Clerk. Bock Islasu, llls Marco. 7. 1S93. Afternoon Tea. Flit Hartwell in ber last syndicate article says: "I don't recommend any special brand of tea for afternoon o'clocks. I do, however, know all aliout the best tea to take at night. Parks' Tea will certainly clear your complexion and purify your blood. You will be surprised at the im provement if you takes cup of Parks' Tea each night. Sold by Hartz & Ullenieyer. Coat Market. Hard coal, all sizes, per ton. . . .f 7 50 Discount for cash, per ton 25 Cannel coal for grates 5 00 Indiana block for stoves 4 CO Coke for furnaces 6 00 LaSalie, third vein coal 3 CO Cartage added on less than ton or ders. E. G Frazeb. Telephone 1133. Kheuaiatlasu Cared la a Day. "Mystic Core" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action upon the sys tem is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once tbe cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits 75 cents. So! I by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Island. "Rojal Kary Ky. ayaiaky ; ! a "Rye as la a Re," na' ara'Jy ripened and f .-eevtota all fortign flavor and ad nlie ran a? .fa tr ail teed par- ar. a over eleven years of age, reoom -aaended to the coanofaaenr as a merltorioca arti cle worthy of the eor.adecce of invalids, conva lescents and the a?ed. See that oar name ta I barsala bottle, fl.on per quart bottle. "BOTAL RCBT" POUT WIJ : pare, old sad awUow," therefore best adapted for ! Invalids, convalescents and the a?ed. It restores 1 1 Jet vitality, creates strength and appetite, balks p tbe weak and debilitated, (nana, II. Plata . 60 cents. Pat sp os honor sad guaranteed bv For sale at H truer Bona Pharmacy, and by William Oesdenla, Valise. BRIEF MENTION. April 1. Vote carefully. Leaf lard at Schroeder'a. Miss W. Blackburn went to Chica go this morning. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s ad. if vou have money to invest. James J. LaVelle returned yester day afternoon from Louisville, Ky. Remember the date of the southern excursion via the R. I. & P. railway April 2. Don't fail to see the Waiter's Dr.ll Tuesday evening at the First Baptist church. Duck shooting on the river proved a popular ana prontaoie pastime yesterday. Very cheap rouud trip rates to points in Louisiana and Texas via C, 11. l. & r. railway on April z. April 2 is the date of the excursion to the sonth via the R. I. & P. Ky. Tickets limited SO days for return. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will bo held tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o'clock at the T. M. CA. Fine residence lots on Twentieth, Twenty - first and Twenty - second streets" for sale on essy terms. See adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at law. The first dnty of the head of a family is to guard the health of his family. To do so, keep Carse & Ohlweiler's carbonated goods in the house, Telephone 1014. The regalar through packets on the Diamond Joe line this year will be the Pittsburgh, St. Paul and Sid. ney. The masters have been ap pointed. They are: John Killeen, William Burke, James P. Boland and R. F. Isherwood. The appointing of tne remainder oi the crews will be made at a meeting of the directors to be held at liubuquo in the near future. The Davenport board of public works opened the bids for street im provement for the coming season Saturday afternoon at the office of Commissioner Boynton. This work comprises 27 blocks of paving and tbe Grand avenue sewer. Eight bids were made for the work, including most of tbe local contracting firms and several from abroad. From a hasty review of the bids, Mr. Bovn ton stated that he thought tbe Ed wards & Walsh Construction com pany were the lowest on paving and Daniel Keieher on the sewer. Oh! My Iturk. A good many tired men and women could get rid of that pain in their back if they would try Parks' Sure Cure for the Liver and Kidneys The trouble is usually there, and Parks' Sure Cure reaches and cures it. Sold by Hartz & Ullenieyer. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Interlined "Ccl'iuloid"Collars and Cuffs turn water like a duck's bnck and show neither spot nor soil. They are not effected by perspiration, and always look as if fight out of the box. When they Ret soiled you can clean them in a minute by simply wiping o!T with a wet cloth. These arc but a few of the advantages of wearing the "Celluloid" Collars and Cuffs. There arc many others that yoa will readily discover the first time you wear one. They are tbe only waterproof inter lined collars and ctiffa made. Be sure to get the genuine with this trade mark TRAOf MARK. stamped inside, if yon desire rrcrfeet satisfaction. Made "in ell sizes and all styles. If yoa can't get them at the dealers, we will send sample postpaid, cn receipt of price : Collars, 25 cents each. Cuffs, 50 cents pair. State size, end whether yon want a stand-up or turned-down collar. THE CELLULOID COMPANY. Broadway, "JEW YORK. VIGOR F UE Easily. Quickly, Permanently Restored. ITeatcneaa, rwotisncM, as'iaiii), ana ail meirain 01 eviis irom early errors or later excesses, t lie resu It s or overwork, ei'-kne, worry. etc. rull strength, devel opment and tone given to leveryonraa and portion oftuebody. fciajrile. uit- I nrai methods. Jxnibedi- 11 ate imtmrnfflsnt seon failure impossible. 2.0HU references. Hook- ezplacatjon and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. HAVB TTTR BKST ACE1STB' ARTIO.R OH EARTH, send auasal arulam. Nutblnc like at Credit lo all wtrtbr. Wanted by evert, eodr. Ko fraud. Permanent aruwica tmstnias fur honest penr-'e. TILED. HOZL. Geologist Cfcicazo.IlI Mm! 4 L. s jc.e.'v 1 Model 40 21 Pounds. COLUBBIA. LEADS THEM ALL. Model 44 p yi 17 COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE COU1VTRT. The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade wheels to come down to their price, $100; will also carry a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world. CHAS. Mc HUGH. 1820 Second Avenue, - - - Rock Island GRAND Ame. Kellogg will give one of her ARTISTIC OPENINGS OF PARISIAN GOWNS At her Dress Making Parlors Friday and -Sati rday, March 29 and 30, from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Music by the BZandolin Club. Lessons not limited. School open day and evening. Ryan Block. Second Floor, Davenport. Clearing Sale OF Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons, Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats, Matting, Hot Water Bottles, Bulb and Fountain Syringes, Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting, Tubings, Etc. A Rubber Store is the Piace to buy 'phone so. Rubber Goods. CTILSOH HEIGHT & CO. 207 Brad y street, Davenport. J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. 8n Third avenue. JOBH at. PAKTDOBT. PARIDOIwT a son Painters and Decorators Columbia $1001 Price $100. OPENING raormr a. r Asnxm SHOP, "419 IWrarUeaa Et, E03K XSLAITO, ILL. -