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THE ARGUS MONDAY, JUNE 17. 1895.
As You Like It."
Telephone the new laundry.
Screen doors and windows at Eck.
Hammocks and croquet sets at
A fall assortment o! fireworks at
As You Like It" Wednesday night
at the Tower.
Good work and prompt delivery at
the new laundry.
The tan Oxfords at tl-50 are going
fast at Dolly Bros'.
Great reduction in all spring hats
at Mrs. C. C. Hodges'.
The new laundry is now ready to
do work on short notice.
Bauersfeld & Sexton, Rock Island
steam laundry. 'Phone 1293.
The city council meets in semi
monthly session this evening.
The corner stone of Davenport's
new city hall will be laid tomorrow.
Ask to see the Todio, the very lat
est stvle in ladies' Oxfords at-Doll v
The 20 cent kind of silk mitts will
be sold at 10 cents this week at Mc
Cabe's. Mason fruit jars at McCahe's.
Tints 4 cents, quarts 6 cents, gallons
The Davenport 'High school class
day exercises will be held Wednes
Everything in the millinery line
reduced at Mrs. C. C. Hodges' new
Those bargain bedroom suits at
Clemann & Salmann's are beauties.
Call and see them.
Parlor furniture, nothing like
it for beauty and lowness in price
at Clemann & Salzmann's.
William Ullemeyer left yesterday
for Aurora, where Wednesday he
takes unto himself a bride.
The next subscription concert by
Otto's band at ilineher's Elm street
garden will be given Thursday even,
A license to conduct a saloon on
Third avenue and Twenty-second
street was issued to Louis Strooban-l
A Tuesday morning flyer at Mc
Cabe's for the boys and irirls must
come with the older people to tind
out. See adv.
Something very pretty in fancy
rockers at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Nothing more suitable for a wedding
or birthday present.
Genuine cut glass tumblers 23
cents apiece at McCabe's. Ladies
who appreciate the beautiful in cut
glass will rush for these.
The aunual review of the Moline
volunteer lire department occurred
Saturday. There were a number of
visiting companies present.
Dr. C. B. Kinyon, accompanied by
his wife, left this morning for
Newark. N. J., to attend the national
homeopathic medical convention.
Carpets you never saw such an
assortment in this section of the
country. Call and see the prettiest
patterns at Clemann & Salzmann's.
, How to get n $G silk waist for
12.95: See MeCabe's adv. Specials
on Cheney Bros', and Habutai silks
this week. Dollar values for 49
Mrs. N. F. Titus, accompanied by
her two children, left last evening
for Fountain City, Wis., to spend the
summer. Her husband is already
The building committee is in ses
sion this aftornoon to select the color
of the stone to be used on the court
house, and close up the contract with
C. J. Larkin. '
H. C. Harris and J. C. Irvin have
arranged to open an auction and
commission store at 1115 Second
avenue. Both are experienced men
and their venture is sure to prove a
Those bedroom suits advertised
last Sundav were bought, before the
advance iu price, anil are going rap
idly, and why shoujd they not at the
low liirure Clemann & Sa'.zmanu are
selling them at?
The funeral of Mrs. Martha Mar
shall occurred yesterday afternoon
from tho Colored Baptist church,
where a largo number of friends
gathered to pay their last respects
to the deceased.
For furniture, carpets, matting
rugs and oilcloth, you will not see
another assortment as lanre in the
great northwest as Clemann & Salz
mann are now showing to the public
and for prices you will tind them rock
Mrs. M. II. Wadsworth, in com
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fi ee
Wtwn Ammonia, Alum or any outer aauneraiu.
pany with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wads
worth, ol Davenport, Mrs. Henry S.
Fraser and Phil M. Watson, of In
dianapolis, start tomorrow morning
for New York, sailing June 22 on
the steamer Etruria for Liverpool.
Mrs. Mary Wadsworth will visit
Norway to" see the midnight sun.
William C. Franks died at 5:10 p.
m. Saturday at the residence of
James Kickard, 2838 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, where he boarded. The de
ceased was a brakeman on the east
end of the Rock Island road, and had
been suffering for the past six weeks
with an abscess of the spine. He
was a widower and 32 rears of age.
The remainswere shipped to Bureau,
accompanied by deceased's brother,
this morning for interment.
AN INSIDIOUS VICE. '
Gam! IU t Is Won. Than DnmkenneM to
BtMlneM Integrity. -
'Gambling is tho Ekulldnz, poison
ous foe to business integrity," said an
experienced business man. "You can
seo the signs of drunkenness," he said,
'and gnnrd against being damaged by
a drinking partner or employee, but
mora often than not you know nothing
of the gambler's downward progress
until your losses tell tho tale. I have
seldom seen a caso iu wHich the habit
of gambling did not have the compan
ion habit of lying. Tho lying gets worse
as tho gambling becomes confirmed.
Your gambling associate comes alona
with euch a cheerful mask of ll'.schood
that you are indignant when somebody
intimates that bo is treading tho dan
gerous path of dalliance with cards or
"Somo years ago I had a little expo-
rienco which I've no doubt many mer
chants can duplicnto. I was a manag
ing partner in a branch of ono of the
most cxtcusivo houses iu St. Louis. Wc
had a salesman whom wo valued high
ly. It caniu to our knowlcdgo that he
was falling in lovo with poker. I said
that bo must be warned. Tho other
partner thought bo was all right, but
consented to the warning. Iu a fuw
mouths tho man collector a bill and
lost the money at poker. I then insisted
mi reporting a dischargo to tho main
firm, but my partner stuck to his faith
in tho man's promises. Finally weconi
promiscd by retaining the delinquent
ou condition that my partner notify the
firm that Ifo would bo personally re
sponsible for losses caused by a repeti
tion of tho occurrence. We also sent to
every customer a notice that all bills
should bo paid directly to our head
"Before six months had passed the
salesman managed to collect a bill ol
f 1,500 aud lost every dollar.
"My partner took tho money out of
his pocket aud reimbursed tho firm. It
is not necessary to toll anybody who
knows gamblers that he novcr received
a rent from tho man he had befriended.
'Tho preacher and tho lawmaker
may crado other vices as nioro heinous,
but tho merchant and tho banker whe
know 'What is good for them aro more
afraid of gamblers than of anything
elEO." St. Louis Globo-Deinocrat.
The following panel of petit jurors
as been drawn for the adjourned
May term which convenes July 8:
Black Hawk Morris Uannon.
Buffalo Prairie Mason Marple, D.
Cordova J. C. Boston.
Coal Valley James Clegg.
Drury Frank Reynolds.
Moline G. II. Edwards, L. L. Cur-
kendell. Ed Harris, Henry Hoffman,
Steve Eikcr, Sam Noman, F. W.
Cook, J. H. Townscnd, C. T. Morey,
. I.. Irwin.
Port Byron W. H. Malarkey.
Rock Island J. B. Zimmer, Wil
iam Koerbcr, F. W. Bladel, J. II
Beselin, Adolph Nelson, J. L. Mey
ers, Charles Miller, faul Kamser, J.
O. Freed, William Kurth, J. A. Grif
tio, Charles PfalT, George Lyman,
South Rock Island John Bean,
Are you going to the mountians
for your summer vacation? Take
the Tri-City teachers' special to
Chicago Friday morning, July 5. via
the Rock Island route. Free chair
cars, tourist sleepers and first-class
Pullmans. Very low rates for round
trip ticket? to Denver, Colorado
Springs or Pueblo, tor full infor
niation, sleeping car reservations,
etc., apply at (J., R. I. & P. railway
ticket oihcc, or address
L. M. Allen, Gen. Agt.,
Thunder showers this afternoou
and toniirht; cooler Tuesday and
clearing; variable winds. Today
r . J. Wau, Observer.
rurliiea the ltlood.
Molise, 111., May 21, 1895. O. L.
Swansop, of this place, makes the
following statement: ! have UM'd
Hood's Sarsaparilla every spring and
fall for several years for purifying
the biooa, ana 1 una mat 11 does all
that it is advertised to do."
Hood's pills cure all liver ills.
- . Card of Thanks.
Fred Appelquist and family desire
to express their sincere gratitude to
relatives and mentis lor their kind
ness during the illness and death of
their beloved son and brother.
Do Yon Travel?
If so, never start on a journev
irithnnt a tmttlp nf r'rttav's f!Jf. nTl
Diarrhea Cure, a sure preventive of
, , , . .
dowci compiaims occasioned uv
change ol water or climate. 2
M. F. Bahnsen drug store.
Children Cry for
The Sidney passed up.
The packet Pittsburgh came down.
Tho stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was 3:50; the
The Kit Carson came down with
16 strings of lumber, and the C. W.
Cowles and Irene D. with eight
The Lumberbov, Lone Star, Verne
Swain and West Kambo came down,
and the Irene D., Lone Star, West
Rambo and Verne Swain went north.
The Argus, only 10c a week.
Old Tobacco Chewers say
is much the best
SIRL WANTED GOOD WAGES PAID.
Mosenfeldor, KrtS Twentieth street.
R.TBR8 WANTRD. TO DO rOPYING AT
borne. Law colu ge. Lima, Ohio.
IITANTED A GOOD GIRL AT 8:9 FlF-
II letulh street for general bouse work.
WANTED AT ,ONCK. AT TI1E DARPSB
honee. tLrec dining room (tins, and two
gir.s icr aitcncn worn.
117 ANTED REFINED, BDLCATKD WOMAN
for ood liavmz bnpiaese.' Married or wid
ow lady nrufeired. Adtlrtrs. C, Allow.
WANTED A YOUNG M A SPEAKING OER-
come recomoui.d'-d. J. W. Jones, 162i Second
1 man or hwae towor aivui a More: man
POM MISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
of coodt bought and sold. droed ot either
a' pr.vate ilo cr at auction, Uar.ia Si irvin.
Mb second 1 venue.
AGENTS WASTED PAYING POSITIONS
V for aclivc men: best term and wtrklyse'.'
ileraenls. Apply. Ellwangcc A Barry, Nurevrjr-
mrn, nocnesier, a. 1.
ANTED TO TRADE 24-INCII BOT'3
whuel. 3.1-inch ciri wheel for ladHir wheel
til Day cifference in cah. For rood wheel ad
dress "Bike,1' lTITSV.oud avenue.
TVANTED- ONE O t TWO HOOMS FU ti
ff niched or unfurnished or iront'eman and
wife in private fuurly, wita or without board,
with bath, etc. heferencee. Address, P., ttii
A SUN OR LADY TO MANAGE DISTBIBU
tine families, roan. stecittltles. nooks: do
corrcrnondiDt:. Send the 8. Iran company, 7
samples, receive t OVr to jon.
WANTED 10 Men.
To solicit orders fur hardy nuiscry stock, orna
mental trees and shrubs; both city and country
work. Bi pay; steady work; good territory
L. MAY & CO., St. Paul, Minn
Of Fayant & Voss at
Gives Us the. Benefit. I
35 ladlcV tan oxford on the road, which were
"A utor.i.eil tiv thn eajtli-rn manufiicninr nt
rfi K.,c Mnrfl. We boutrht the oods for
SPOT CAM! vor cheap, freight paid, and "
will tell them at $1.50 a pair.
t. Thi i nrif of fhm rhnnrf rf a lift (tm '
to trtt Piyli-h, up to dile ehoce at each a !
Come at once white they last. Tan hand-
eewed oxfords in all ehapva a ?15K
We a: so have Dirties m men s ehoea.
307 Twentieth St.
CASH SHOE STORE.
Insurance and Loans
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Mrs. S. Smith
1805 Second Ave.
Before you buy a
Take a good look at it.
. Notice if it can be -taken all
apart to be cleaned, and to
let the fresh air get into tho
corners, and see if it has
movable flues and air-tight
locks; but if that's too much
bother, just look for the
name. If it reads
CLE AIT ABLE
It's all right, In fact It's the only one that doss
have all tnese Pood po nt. A perpetual circula
tion of dry cold air kers the fond from becom
ing moiot or musty. Cbaroo&l fill-d walls, metal
ice rack. We would be pleaded to show them to
you in all styles and sixis.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
They sat side by side in
the shade of the even
ing, lie" was pouring
into her ear the tale of
. love, but she was unin
terested, she cared noth- .
ing for his affections, as
, her thoughts were of
I Lovely Candies
KEPT and SOLD at
Krell & Math's
'alace of Sweets.
1716-1713 Second ave. Phone 1156.
Watch Tower. Phone 1720.
Try our 35-cent cold
Junch at the Tower.
Mclntyre-Reck ry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines.
UNAPPROACHABLE CASH BARGAINS.
Shirt waists have been scarce enough this season
we'll all admit, and hard to secure at any price. We
have been trying to get enough on hand at one time
to give a SALE KOYAL at our matchless low prices,
and have at last succeeded. We offer this week, fresh
from the factories, 75 dozen, 900, laundried shirt
waists, the best styles of the season, including the
- popular TRILBY, the value being 1.25. Owing to
6ligbt imperfections, many of which will be remedied
by the laundry, we throw the entire lot on our coun
ters at the absurdly low price of 69c.
Yon can save 5Gc right here, which will buy a
handsome belt and buckle to go with the waist.
There will be a big rush, and the first choice is desir
able. All sizes.
Another Big Cash Bargain.
29 dozen, 348, shirt waists, very stylish and per
fect fitting. We have not been able to get enough at
$1.25 and $1.38 to supply the demand, scooped this
big lot by the merest chance, and will sell them this
week at 98c; actual values 1.25 and $1.38. Every
John Koch, Sr.,
A jax Bicycles.
BICYCLES MADE TO ORDER.
A Bicycle repaired with
neatness and dispatch.
218 Market Square.
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
Jotxn Volk: 5c Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Biding, Flooring, Wainscotting
8th street, bat 4th and Bth ava
SUMMER SPECIALTIES AT
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Will during the month of June make dresses at
reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar
For the Next 30 Days,
$iS to Pupils Taking Full Course.
In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and
Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to
visit the school and profit by instructions in
measurements and helpful talk upon scientific
and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at
2 p. m.
Ryan Block. Second Floor, Davenport.
. & K
- 600 of them, best corset made to sell for 50c, but
for this week the cut-in-two price is 25c Mark it
and be quick if you want a summer corset. Web
SpSajal advance sale of new and stylish parasols.
60 black English gloria, 22-inch parasols, value
$1.25. at 83c.
White silk parasols, value $1.25, at 75c.
Fine white silk parasols, rulfle and tassel, white en
ameled frame, value $2.50, at $1.75.
New Japanese fancy silk, paragon frame, parasols,
natural sticks, value $3.50, at $2.48.
Better buy parasols now while a selection can be
. Exceptional Bargains
In belt buckles, belt pins, silk belts, etc.
SOU belt pinn, value Sc. at Sc.
Sterling silver, viMUOO floe, shirt waist link and stud sets, value tl.
enameled Sterling- silver Mrt waist sets, tew and beautiful ttylcs.
fine import -d kh1. value ttJM, at S1.R2.
do new tyle belt buckle ee a, value ur to 4e, at 33:.
A) 8 crltug silver belt bnclle aits, value Sl.SO, at tide.
New and choice printed organdies, dimities and
other desirable wash goods on sale this week at re.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DEW SB H
our IB SIU AT
E. F. DORjf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hons Block
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.