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- THE AB&U8. SATDEDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1819.
Th Weather We Biy Hmve.
TrobablThowen tLls irtcrnoon: ?en
erullf fair tonight and Sucdy; cooler
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Hynes sells Btoves.
Hynes sells cook stoves.
Cranbcriies at Horton's.
' Dill pickles at Horton's.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Bay a home of Reidj Bros.
Basket peaches at Horton's.
For insurance, E. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spen cer's. .
List your property with Beidy Bros.
Union stamp shoes at Dolly Bros.
Hall & Co. for best Lar gains in
Quinces, pears and sweet apples at
Augustan evening school Tues
day, bept. 19.
High school boys are organizing a
Plenty of dressed chickens at Hess
Bros', this evening.
List yoar property with Hull & Co.,
If you want it sold at once.
Order your new cloak now at Tref
fet company's ladies' tailcrs.
Ho to Huber's garden tonight and
njoy the Turn Verein picDic.
Buy a watch of J. Kamser. Larg
est assortment. Lowest prices.
New felt hats in the millinery de
partment at Young & McCombs'.
Iijjs' 25 cent shirts, light and dark,
15 cents at Young & McCombs'.
New fall dress goods and cloaks now
tui display at Young & McCombs'.
The linest display of walking hats
in the three cities at Miss Byrnes'.
Odd lots of gents' balbriggan draw
ers 15 cents at YouDg & McCombs'.
See the (living ponies at the Watch
Tower Sunday afternoon and evening.
Call for Huesing's soda and mineral
water. They are the best on the mar
ket. Summers & Woodinis headquarters
for ttove repairs, 322 Twentieth
Jardinieres, eight and nine inch,
worth tl, tale price 50 cents. Young
The Gem laundry is looking for
you. Try the (Jem and be happy.
The old reliable.
The largest line of union stamp
ahoes can tt had at Dolly Bros', from
factories Nos. 9, 31 and 39.
Winter cloaks nride to order at
Treffer company's ladies' tailors. Cor
rect style aud tit guaranteed.
Tfce expenses of the Moline street
fair were $9,000. One hundred dollars
will be left after these are paid.
Treffer Tailoring company only em
ploy skilled men to labor on their
work. Call and examine their suits.
You can't help finding just what
you want in a ring at J. llamser's.
Stop in tonight and see our display.
See the 40-foot dive bv the famous
diving ponies at the Watch Tower
Sunday, tree arternoon and evening.
Biggest thing yet. Sensational
high dive by La ilia ponies at the
Wa:cbTovver Sunday afternoon and
F. O. Pearce, the fireman who was
Injured in the Rock Island wreck at
Q.xfcrd. is improving nicely from bis
Willie and Eddie, sons of Rev. and
Mrs. C. O. McCulloch, left yesterday
to attend the Wesleyan University at
The September term of the circuit
court will bo convened next Monday
at 2 p. m. The first case set for trial
is Theus vs. Schnell.
Two steel hull boats, for usein-gov-ernmcnt
work on the lower Missis
sippi, and built at Dubuque, will pass
iluwn tomorrow morning.
Committees that served in connec
tion with the good roads convention
will meet at the Rock Islaud Club ai
S o'clock Monday evening.
Tons of bnoks sold at auction at
Carse building. 1519 Second avenue
Sale begins Monday at 7:80 p. m.
Everybody invited. L. E West.
L. II. Burnham will speak in the
Aiken street chapel Sunday and Mon
day evenings at 7:30 and will inlro
dure several new vocal selections.
Cloak, winter jicket and tailor
made suits, made at Treffer Tailoring
company. 207J-2091 West Second
street. Davenport. Telephone 762.
Prof. Potter will open a school o1
language in the 1. M. C. A. building
ruxt Wednesday. He will teach Eng
lish, Cerman. French and Spanish.
Treffer Tailoring company hare
their fall and winter suitings for tai
lor made suits. Ladies will I pleased
to see the largo assortment of latest
Walking or storm skirts made from
imported materials at Treffer com-
"Cslufnet Coea Not Colors t o
Bakins PowCcr Trust, but C:n
umorscro Rcpidly Uocrniiwi
to Piaco Their Truct in
pany's ladies tailors. 207 j -209 J West
Second street, Davenport, Iowa. Tel
Trefz & Co. now have a large sup
ply cf algebras, rhetorics, Meyers'
geneie.1 history and the complete book
keeping coarse, and also all other
different books and school supplies.
The case of the Diamond Jo line
steamers et al. vs. the Davenport.
Rock Island and Nurth western Rail
way company was commenced in the
district court at Davenport yester
day. Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture. hoTses,
wagons, buggies, etc., without pub
licity or removal. Eastman & Co ,
1712J Second avenue. Office open 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.
J. B. Zimmer & Co. now have on
display the finest line of fall and win
ter suitings that was ever put before
the public in this section of the coun
try, and they most cordially invite
you to call and examine the line.
An attractive picture, interesting
because of its nature and because it is
a work of art, is shown in one of
Crampton's store windows. It is a
group photograph by C. E. Smith,
the photographer, of the Rock Island
High school class of "93, and is much
Having purchased an immense stock
of books which were thrown on tb
market by the failure of the Histori
cal Publishing company, of Philadel
phia, I have concluded to sell the en
tire stock at public auction, regardless
of cost. Thev must go at any price.
L. K. West.
On account of laying of the corner
stone of the new government building
and fall festivities, Chicago, Oct. 4 to
11, the Burlington will have on sale
tickets to Chicago and return at a
rate of one and a third fare, selling
Oct. 2 to 10 inclusive, with limit for
returning to and including Oct. 14.
Ladies, we cordially invite you to
call and examine our styles, materials
and workmanship, which are unim
peachable. Don't be deceived by a
would-be lady tailor. It requires
trained and experienced men tailors
to make your garments. We are here
at your service. Ireffer lailormg
J. W. Taylor, of the Edwards Fix
ture company, will le at the Rock
Island Electric company's salesroom,
1 19 Eighteenth street, Monday and
Tuesday, with sample line finishes,
etc., to show in connection with our
already complete line. . Come and get
oar prices, if you want any gas or
REMAINS ARE IDENTIFIED.
Floater Helieved to Be Uu.tav Swansun,
The remains of the man found in
the river last Thursday were today
identllied as those of Gustav Swanson,
731 Fourteenth-and-a-half street, Mrs.
Swanson being positive from the de
scription furnished her by Coroner
L. V. Eckhart and Undertaker Knox
that they were those of her husband.
Swanson left home Tuesday and ap
peared very despondent. His wife
said he had often threatened self-destruction.
Swanson leaves a large
family, one of his sons having served
in Porto Rico as a member of Com
pany A. Sjvanson was 58 years of
age "and a carpenter by trade. Coro
ner Eckhart has been very diligent in
his efforts to have the body identified,
aud probably now has been iewarded.
The remains were exhumed this after
noon. The remains of the tloater taken
fr jm the Mississippi Thursday were
exhumed in the presence of relatives
of Gustav Olson at Chippiannock cem
etery yesterday afternoon, but a
glance convinced them they were not
those of the missing Rock Island tail
or, who has been absent from home
since last Monday.
Uudmond Olson has been telegraph
ing to relatives in various cities, but
thus far has been unable to get any
trace of his father's whereabouts.
Now i the best time to ur'iDg your
fur work. T. Richter & Sous.'fur
Parlor tinod I'lano
That has been used but in good shape.
Will be sold at a very low figure.
EBKRriAKT's Piano House.
Do Sot Delay-
Bring your fur repairing now to T.
Richter & Sons, furriers. Davenport.
A delightful hotel in Chicago is The
Iancaster, Wabash avenue and Twenty-first
street, convenient to the Ele
vated, Wabash avenue and State street
cars. Just far enough away from the
business district to avoid noise and
dirt, but ne&r enough for all theatres
and evening recreation. Large pleas
ant rooms: id ccntsand up; European
plan. Special rate to guests staying
a week or more. Fine restaurant anil
bar in connection. Moderate prices.
Dog days. Don't run any risk.
Keep a bottle of Mull's Lightning Pain
Killer with you. Kills any pain in
stantly internal or external. Saves
life. "Doctors prescribe it. 25 and 50
cents at T. H. Thomas' drug store.
Guaranteed by a dollar Craft in
every f I box cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer Kidney
Cure will relieve any form of kidney
and bladder disease promptly, aud
effect a positive cure in a short time
by a faithful use of it- In the same
way we will guarantee our Pioneer
Cure for rheumatism aud neuralgia,
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble,
for liver tronblo. impure blood and
general debility, lor female complaint.
I A remedy for each disease not a
cure-all. Have curea an army oi
hopeless cases will cure you. 25
csts and f 1. At T. IL Thomas' -
The Largest Assort
ment and Lowest Prices
la the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
A FAIRY IN DISGUISE,
Is the person who offers relief
to the afflicted with rheumatism,
lumbasro. and all kindred ail
ments. We have the best stock
of liniments and plasters for the
sufferer, besides many specialties
in medicines and blood purifiers,
that rid the system of the acids
and impurities that cause the ail
ment. Our stock of pure, fresh
drugs, chemicals and sundries is
A. J. RIESS,
t Twenty-third St., Rock Island, 1)1.
,Jf v JV Gloves.
J jL Gloves.
v t V Gloves.
y r'i , s4 Gloves.
. ife Gloves.
l lli i' ffl Gloves.
'Itf.t 1 -J -1 Tf
J Chase ijANBoRi'a
For sale by Hess Bros
EC K HARTS
Closing Oat Odds and Ends at
Less Than Cost.
3-gallon cooler at f 1.25
6-s'allon cooler at 1.97
One lot of water sets at half price.
2-burner blue llame oil stove at
A few croquet sets at 49c.
Large hammocks with pillow and
stretcher, worth f 2 to f S, f 14o.
Large Mexican hammocks at 65c. ,
Double slate, bound 10c, 15 and 30c.
Slate pencils i for lc.
Lead pencils, per doz. Sc.
Lead pencils, with rutber. Ic.
LarK sponges, eacb lc.
12 assorted crayon for-5c
Pencil box with lock aud ey 5c.
Large tablet for Sc.
Jet black Ink, per bottle 3c.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loans in-anted
for a period of 3. 6 or 7 yean, or If pref
erable loan can be redeemed bv yearly
or calf yearly Installments of rr.nclpal
and Interest la .uc latter case. Inter
est to be computed and charged on
tMtlmor aetually owtoc at end of
eacb year. Money to beip you buy a
home, build a borne, pay o3 a morteatre,
pay back Interest, or luxes, lift liens,,
stop foreclosures, or effect necessary
Improvement. Money Co loan on
life Insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real es-ate in probate. Inaaeboids and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous Inventions, or to place patents on
the Eoslisb and American m-irketa. If
reqatrtoe; aioaej oh any clue of ae
curity. write to or call on
- R. Rcxtok.
195 La Salle St.,
It's too hot and too early to buy new fall suits for boys. It's a pair of trousers that
will fill the bill to weather through the season. Most mothers find It difficult to
keep pants on the boy. M. & K. have just received 105 dozen, or 1,260 pairs of
Hawthorne Cassimere Knee Pants For
Children, Sizes 3 to 16.
TTyou will provide your boy with a pair of these breeches the Uttls fellow can roll
and romp to his heart's content, playing leap-frog, sneaking bases and sliding
down cellar doors, and every other abuse to which a boy exposes his pants, Is pro
vided for In the material and make of our renowned Hawthone Cassimere knee
pants, which are selling at
These Pants Were Never Manufactured to Sell
for Less Than 75 Gents.
They are 75c values, and when it comes to facing the racket, will outwear the
best dollar pant in the market. Cheaper grades if you want them.
Other Bargains, of Course.
Boys' and Children's Headquarters.
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1729 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St., Davenport.