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THE AUGUS. SATUltbAV, OCTOltEK 21, 1803.
Rev. Erland Carlsson Dies in
WAS AUGUSTANA'S TRUE FRIEND.
He W Mntfr vfthe Inolitotlou Oaring
n Important lVrlcid Furthered the
New HijililliiK Druth of ti Minnie Al
hrrrht. Yesterday the telegraph flashed
the sal intelligence, from Chicago,
of the sudden death on the 19th of
Kev. Krland Onrlsson. IV I.. at the
Augustana hospital of tliat city,
where he had 1oen receiving treat,
tnent for s,omo time. The summons
of death came throurh a naralvtie
stroke. 1 lr. Carlson wa cred
ited more than to any other man the
general advancement of Augustana
college. He was a member of the
board of directors of the institution
from its organization. He was chair
man of thq Illinois conference for
many year and president of the
synod for a term of seven years. He
was a member of the board of direc
tors for that institution from its or
ganisation till 19. He 'w as chair
man of this board during the vears
1860-1870. 178-1:?, and again in
1S84-1S7. lu the capacity of busi
ness manager and chairman of the
building committee. Dr. Carlsson
w as obliged to assume the chief man
agement anil the greatest responsi
bility in the erection of the new col
lege buiNWHg." At the commence
ment of 1',' lie received the degree
of docti.r oi divinity from that insti
tution to which he had devoted so
much labor and unselti.-h care.
He was horn in Suletorp. Sma'.and.
:. -i. ill, ami graduated in IMS
the Star saloon to
the Manhattan to-
from Lund university. h:iving com
pleted an extensive theological
course. He was ordained to the
mini-try. and alter serving in the
church in tin .dd c-uihtry, came to
America in 1 .':!, assuming charge f
eongrega: ions :1t Chicago and St.
Charles, li'.. lie remained in this
eharge for L'i Mais. In lS7.j he went
to Andover. II!.. where he remained
until 177. From Ism, to 1s'.i ue
was treasurer mi l business manager
of Augustana college, a position he
was oblige.! to retire from because t.f
protracted ill heath, removing to
Li nd -burg. Kan.
The funeral ceremonies will occur
n next Wednesday afternoon at Chi
cago. A committee composed of
members of the board of trustees and
faculties will attend.
This morning at ! o'clock at the
residence of Jacob F. Ohlweiler, luis
Third avenue, occurred the death of
Miss Minnie K. A'brccht. of chronic
catarrh and rheumatism. For Id
years Miss Albrecht had suffered
with the disease which was the cause
of her death, and in those vears
she had never been able to go out of
the house una--i-tnd, yet bore her
affliction without complaint. She
was born in Hoi k Island, May 17,
1877, her mother dying some years
ago. She has lived with her sister,
Mrs. Ohlweiler since, llesides her
father, John A'.hrocht . -he leaves
four si-tors and one brother: Mrs.
Jacob Ohlweiler. Mrs. H. Sehroeder
and John A'broelit, of K ... k I-land.
and Mr-. A lam K pp and Mr-. Henry
Neiitnan. of Minneanoli-.
The fu:,-r:il will be held on M m
day afternoon ;it o'clock from the
r -idenee ef M r. O'.il wei'.cr on Third
News conies from California of the
death at Oakland, from drowning.
Oct. 13. of Oscar A. I!en-on. a grad
uate of Augustana college. Ilenson
had become .subject to epilepsy in
consequence of over-study, and while
in one of the attacks, fell off a ferry
boat. He was otherwise a very prom
ising young man.
Last evening in Car.-e's hail, the
Oakdale club gave one of its delight
ful dances. About thirty couple
were present, and an enjoyable even
ing was spent. Ulciirs orchestra
furnished the mii-ie, dancing being
indulged in until J o'clock. Quite a
number were pre-eitt from Moiitie
and Iavci!p'jrt . In the near future
the club intend s giving a subscrip
W. W. Wills was brought bet.. re
Magistrate Sehroeder on a charge of
assault ahd battery preferred by Hen
ry Hoe-'i, and was lined ." and
This aft'Ttmoii M;t-i-t rate -irlirot-
er is hearing the ease of Aimi
Kruse v-. Mrs. Carrie I:eel. for a
sault arid battery. Mrs. lrexel i
the complainant's st-p-mot her.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Fred
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
4Q, YEARS TKL STANDARD.
Lunch at the Manhattan tonight.
Free lunch at the Star saloon to-uight.
tree lunch rt
Free lunch at
Free lunch at the Star Saloon to
Oyster lunch tonight at Holdorf's
on Third avenue.
7:? copper v ash boiler "rl
dav at Huckstaedt's.
Frank Titus ami familv
morning for Kokuk.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Huford left for
Chicago this mrrning.
Concord grapes 19 cents a basket
at Hess Bros', tliis evening.
Hon. Levi Waterman, of tieneseo,
breakfasted at the Harper this morn
Chicken lunch at Gust halen's to
night, corner Tenth street and Third
George r. Knn, of Chicago, ar
rived at the Harper last evening on a
Miss C. Haas leaves this evening
for Chicago to select the latest in
Tennessee quartet and specialty
company at Holdorf's. on Third
Ask to see the sanitary mattresses
at Huckstaedt's They are worthv
of your attention.
Leave your order for "hard wood
with It. H. Kimball, at city scales,
sawed ready for stove.
Louis Lieberknecht of San Jose,
Cal., is paying a visit to his brother.
IV. J. M. Batth and son. Willie,
leave to night for Iowa City to spend
Sunday with rclrtives.
The slicing scale on the parlor
stiit in Huckstaedt's window is com
manding attention. Are vou inter
ested? Have you examined the .grate of
the Kiverside Oa'-i? It has ball bearing-,
and is the easiest grate to shake
or clean you evei saw.
Keep in line with the crowd that is
Imying stoves and ranges of us.
F.asy payments or cash. No extra
charge. G. O. H iickst acd t .
Lost The top part of a square,
solid gold sleeve button, showing a
bird and bird's n -st. A very liberal
reward will be p: id for its return to
An important meeting of the La
dies' auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will
bo held Monday afternoon at 8:o0
o'clock. F.very l lember is requested
to be present.
Mr. and Mr-. Jacob Antony wish
to express their thanks to the Modern
Woodmen for their promptness in
sending the insurance of their late
son, (ieorge Antony.
Our carpet ami oil cloth depart
ment is attracting attention far and
wide. The great number of people
who have siipjilV l ieir wants from
this depart limit wi,, testify as to the
bargains they foi nd.
Clark. Lloyd kv- McCarthy have
ju-t completed a tine brick walk in
front of Magi-tra e Schroeder's prop
erty on Kim street, and have begun
laying a walk aro i n. I Mayor Medill's
Seventeenth street property.
The lt..ck Is'ard ."-tore companv
have -o greatly ircrc.i--d the capaci
ty of their nickel plating department
as to enable their, to do job nickel
ing. They are guaranteeing the
tinest work done in the west. 'J'ry
. 1.. rigut lias returned tniin
Decatur, where In attended the meet
ing of the gran 1 lodge Knights of
Fvthias. as representative of St. Paul
lodge. Gen. W. A. Sehmitt was re-
lected supreme representative for
the term of four vears.
Kd MeAdams, c f McAllister. I. T..
who is on his way to the fair, and
Margarete McAdams. of Kossville,
Kan., who is returning from the fair.
are stopping a few days with their
brother. Sam Adams, the popular
night ticket agent of the C, 11. 1.
lu order to lurtner the recommen
dations of the state board of health
as to vaccinal in i. Health Commis
sioner Kvster has arranged to 1-e in
his otVioe in the c;tv building from 12
to 1 each day, during which time al
per-ons calling will be vaccinates
free of charge.
Pocahontas eo meil will have ;
dance at (.'arse's ia!l on Second ave
nue between Fifti euth and Sixteenth
streets, on Tuesdiv evening. Oct.
Tickets 5U cents, refreshments extr
The committee in charge is composed
of Mrs. 11. p.. Cochran Mrs. Charles
Oberg and Mrs. Al Owen-.
In' Altai's is informed today iv
one who el a i ins to he iu a position to
know, that the young ladv mentioned
in last evening's issue as supposed to
hae eloped, has accepted a position
in Chicago and is now working there
and that there! vas no romance at
tached to her departure whatever.
Mayor Medill i- in receipt of the
invitation to attend the reunion of
American cities at the World's fair
Oct. "1. and has formally tendered h
acceptance of the invitation. The
mavor will also aldressa communi
cation to the aldermen expressive of
his wish that thev also attend, as he
is authorized to d by the communi
cation which includes the resolution
passed bv the Chicago council in re
lation to it, and i.- an invitation to
the mayors and ortieials rf the chief
cities of the Unio l.
EASY TO TAKE
, They're tiny,
I r I p u rt i i un iu,
I ami-bilious gran-
ot retineil and
tution, Indigestion. BiiiT.i"; Attacks. Sick and
Bilious Headaches, mid all derangements of
the liver, stomach, and liowvls arc revented,
relieved, and enred. l ruutnentiu cured,
toa By their mild and natural actien, these
little Pellets lead the system into natural
way again. Their influence lasts.
Everything catarrhal in it? nature,
catarrh itself, and all the troubles that
come from catarrh, are perfectly and
permanently cured by Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Keniedy. No matter how bad
your case or of how long standing, you
can be cured.
TURN . . .
to the laughter provoking
report of the adventures
in another column.
Sow .c.'ivaring regularly in this paper,
miss a number.
Hard and Mutt Coal Mitrki-t.
The best in the market and al low
est prices for 0 tober delivery, at
T. II. Kllis".
J- fc.. Montrose. Munacer.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 24.'
Fit time hero Tile ComulT s:ic.-e nf lhr
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FilMie V laughter hit.
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Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The beft "vr.raent of Stove in the city.
1015 a nil 1HI7 HCKnit Ay.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
l'osr. Laughter. Scn-a h
iat on ?n'e Oct I' lit ll:ep. r II or.
tUHcy. Irlcte "Joe, ec. ".V ana Si.
Burtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 24.
The rreat comedian, FRANK IAN-
IKLS. in a grand spectacular
Ele-&M Sceiserr. 15. iut.fui C" n:r.t, Aid
lb l'LAYKUs lb
of knewn Coiu' iiians and Siubre!tc.
ibCluiiti:; Mi.s IS, if ans-n.
o advjlire in I.rlC ' . Ma's a! link.... T,
time j a) merits,
815 St-coDd Av
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
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b, CU"' "MOUNTAIN ROK" Vm
the r.ii.-e uterin,- comct'.vc and to- :r will per- USf -2siS2kgA ki
manently reUrv the worst cae. Book civinc I ii - -rJ-'' fSf fi-
v nr.ater Biott, uavenport.
STRASSER'S UNION BAND
Oi:cnETia, 1'avem'i i;t. Ia.
20 KEN 20
Mu'ic farnishtd for partite, ri-ceptions. thea
tres etc An r licclirnt String Ouartett and Ouin-
utt fur receptions and cvenin; entertainment.
Jacob Strahicr. Pirctor: Henry sindt Mana
eer. Ke'ideoce Telmhon- Xn "its T.v..ti
CfBoe: Hot Store und Turner Dal!. raveniMrt. '
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always oi hand the tinest brand of domestic
and tnport.nl rk'ar. All brands f tohaero.
The .core of all the ball gamer wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
COOL WINDS ARK 15 LOWING
To call attention to our superior as
sortment of Blankets we will
sell this week a few at special
Lot 1 White Crev Blankets
Lot 1 White 10-4
Lot 3--Our Favorite." large 10-4
soft Grey Blanket.
A Special Bargain
Wc are nil. i ii, .
low prices a ,-h,,. ,.
sortmei.t of In ;tn!!f:
u ine rt. itr
Indians arc t ru:
A race whoc
pictures, for years
the lettered whif .,
amon them, tin v har.
ten how to ei.iin!,;:l.. .
t lire's colors in th.-.-
kcts. They are isonh
er you buy ..r n.-j.
17I1Q on inn!
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
rRANK U. YOUNG. :
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
nn stic S n .tmi's
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Sr.itiiijs at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied lv
H. D. Folsom.
J . KoEsriEi.i.
Plnmhfirs. Steam. fi-a.Q Htm
s AM III WVAM VUVUIUXI WUUM X W WW"
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. .
While Other Dealers are Grumbling About Hard Times
With the eristible force of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You'll buy your overcoat of us if you see the immensity
of our stock. You'll be the' nobbiest dressed man in town
after taking a peep through our suit stock, and you'll save a
day's wages on either a suit or an overcoat when you learn
quarts g? lrJS&F" '"X "
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 1.04 Second avenu ' - ClothiD Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St,