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THE ATiaUO, SATURDAY, FEBRtTAltY 17, 1GD4.
Park GllBon' pock.
Reduced prices at Eaig'e.
11m apples W. A. Ehleb's.
V ortaera Ppy apples at Ehleb'a.
Vegetables of all kinds at W. A.
Fraw lunch at the Young America
tea I? at.
Turkey laack at tbe afaahattaa
All hinds of vegetables at W. A.
Aaotfcer carload ot stores just la
More bargalas lo bedroom suits at
G. O llttckstaedt'e.
Piano and organs lower In price
than ever at Bowibt's.
For tarkejr aad chicken lunch go to
Jack Martin tonight.
Turtle to up and Mae point at
Sock Inland house annex.
Attend the Boston store mnslin un
derwear eate If Ton need any.
Those gowns for ft at the Boston
tore underwear sale are hummel.
Money to loan on real estate secur
It y. Apply at Jackson A Hurst's.
Muslin nnderwear vale at the Bos
ton store; our price are always
If jon want to borrow monej on
real estate, apply at Jackson A
Mrs. Kllen Abbott, an old resident
of Cordova, died this morning, aped
Mrs. Judge, of Chicago, who ha
been Wt:ng Capt, and Mr. T. J.
Kobinson, returned to her home this
Closing-out sale of second-hand
piano and organs next week at
Baby wants a carriageyou can
get jiit what is waated at (J. O.
Dace yonr order with Emig for a
alt or overcoat at reduced prices .
lor Best week onij.
Have yoa g. price on p'anns and
rgaaa at the removal sale? II not.
We are offering some rare bargains
la sidehnard. china rluct and cup-
aoaru tats week, at iitirk:a u .
Mr. and Mr. U. W. Oirir and
son. of New Windsor, are the guests
f Mr. and Mr. J. . IWlcwaite,
Bey. II. C Marshall. vho was at
Gerlaw during the werk conducting
evanrelUtic mretiac. returned
home this morning.
Mclntire Brm. wish to balance
their bunk. Ail owing them will
ptea call and settle at Mclatyre
Keck company onior.
l. VV. Christ? and family are vi-
ttlnir friend in Uck I-land. Mr,
Christy I a prominent lumber deal
We are making a specialty of bind
lag World fair portfolio. Call and
see oar sample. Kramer. I'lencr A
Co., 1A0S Stecond avenue.
Prof. K. L. Mansi!! left today for
one of his periodical gfrtlogical.tours
throurh the sooth. rm tour will
Include southern Alabama.
Mis Grace 1- Archer, of Alexan
dria. Neb., i in the city visiting her
rrand parent. Ir. anii airs. J. IS.
Wells, of South Rock I-land.
St. Panl lodge 1 7 K. 1., is making
extensive preparations for the antii
versarv dance at the catle, in Carsc
block, next Monday night. Tlic dec
orations will lie a feature.
Are von wanting a nice dinner sr
or a chamber Set? .We have a nice
liae of these cood. anil would be
pleased to show vou w hat wc can do
for Ton. G. U. Iluekstaedt.
The Woodmen, of Rural camp, will
have an interesting ceremony to-
algbt, and a number of Knrk Inland
member cl the crait.-wiu parxict
nate. Head Ck-rk Hawcs will at
There was an enjoyable dime socia
ble at the home of uitervi.or !
Wilson, la Rural. last evening. The
proceeds are to be devoted to the
purcbase oi an organ ior m oiu
"Farmer" Martin Burn, who re'
tamed from Devorah. Iowa, tfci
Moral ng. stated that he existed to
briag on a wrestling man h with
Evan Lewis, the stranglcr, in the lat
ter part of March.
Now I the time to bny your cloth
Ing. Kmlg. the tailor, will setl all
next week fall aad winter suitings
aad overcnatiags at greatly reduced
prices to make room lor spring stock,
His gnoi are all new anal stylish
Tat To Vast I OrSarr."
Tke following aniqne and inter
eating letter recently sent out by aa
eastern com pan v to its travelinr
salesmen will be interesting reading
alike for the traveling men who go
oat from Hock Island, and the job
bers and manafactnrers who employ
Dkak Sia We have "Veceiveded
yonr letter mit oxbence acgonnt and
roudt list. Vat Te vant most is
orters. Ve vant nerealher reborta
nor maps of Ohio, and Te haf tlg
families of our own to make ox-benses.
Ve tint in roar oxbense acgonnt
2.50 for billards. Blease dondt bay
any more billiard for us. Vat ve
rant most I orter. Also ve do see
7.6 ) tor a horse and buggy. Vhere
s the horse, and vat did yoa do mit
lie rest oi voar oxbense acgonnt
s nodding but rchlecbers. Vv dondt
Ton tide more bv dav times?
Zcgars seem to be dear oat vest, so
ve sent vou tods. v by trade, two
boxes of New York segars, onecosted
1. 40;. the other 90 cents. The one
at l.4 von can smoke yourself, one
aegar after each meal; the one at 90
cents yon can dreat your customer
e also send yon samples of Croqnct.
vat costed ns 7 anundrcd. Sell
them for 72 cents per pair. If yon
cant ret 2 cents sell them at 25
cent. Dcr is a nofeltv as ve haf
em in stock for two years and ain't
soin none. at ve vant is orters.
My Son Irvie says yoa should stop
iiamuiiion. U. ills irousin Marx
Bluminthal lefs dere. Irvie says vat
you should sell Bluminthal a goot
bin. Ury Mm on those 75-ccnt cro.
cjuct nri. I, i-1 goot brtces. tie is
rvie s gousin. Sell him mostly for
gash. Tell him ve vant orter. Also
rvie says vat you can leave Col am
u at 11:4 J in tie night nnI get bv
Ilamuldon at 3:& in de morning.
rvie savs do di and you vont need
no schleeliers. Yon spend too much
money for schlccbcrs. Vat ve vant
D.mdt date any bills ahead, as de
days are longer in summer, as in
Vinter. Irvie savs dondt show Marx
lumtnthal. his gousin. any of the
goot sellers, nnd remember, vit us
eider vou do business or vou dondt
lo nmldlng at all. Vat we vant no
lonk love letter. Vat ve vant most
Awarded XXigbMt XXonora
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pun Gnpe Csasni oi Tartar Powder. fre
9a9v aBaaiOHiaa afc(a Of tSJ OSaW 1l&l&tt&t0
eP XUSl TUk STAXSAUl.
f n MlrMcm City Cmteb
A touching atory of sisterly devotkm
has been brooffat to light by the visit of
Miaa Kate u. Kennedy to her brother.
Charles Kennedy, a life term convict at
Michigan City. Kennedy was received
at the penitentiary in 1S$4, convicted for
murder. Nine vtars have elapsed since
Miss Kennedy nr.tered npon what she
declared to be tbe mission of her life.
There has been apparently no obstacle
too great for her to overcome, no sacri
fice that sbe would notnake in the
cause to which she baa a'eady devoted
the best years of ber young life. With
tears in her eyes alio has appealed to gov
ernors. United States senators and con
gressmen. Tii ore was none who did
not give beed o her sorrowful pica, but
the letters which the has obtained in
support of her appeal for executive
clemency have apparently been without
effect. Her purpose has been persistent-
punned through -every administra
tion since that of Governor Gray. Hope
long deferred has only given bcr strength
to continue bcr efforts.
Her travels have taken her to Wash
ington, where, in the capitol building,
she found many who were touched by
l)er simplicity of mhnner and the ear
nest prayer which she breathed for as-,
aiatance to swing open the prison gate
and bid a disgraced brother once more
Senator Hill was visited .at Albany by
the youthful petitioner. From New
York Miss Kennedy traveled to Harris
burg, where Governor Pattison freely
granted her an interview. Thence she
went to Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky and
oher states. Prominent newspaper men,
preachers and lawyers have supplement
ed her plcaiiing for mercy.
Her belief in her brother's innocence
has prompted work in other directions.
Soon after Kennedy entered upon bis
term of imprisonment Miss Kennedy
adopted masculine attire, and for weeks
tramped about the slums and frequented
tbe gambling bouses of Cincinnati in
search of evidence which could be made
the basis for an application for a re
hearing. She fonnd it a hopeless task to
establish her brother's innocence, though
her fuith never wavered. Governor Mat
thews bas promised careful considera
tion of tbe caee. La Porte (Ind.) Cor.
IMMMlajr IM l m.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. ' F.
Jwe t. rector.even pravcr and Sunday
scuooi ai r:.io p. m.
At Trinity clinrch. Rev. R. F.
Sweet. S. T. !.. rector. Second Sunda v
in Ixnt. Snndav school at 9:15
m. Litany, sermon and celebration
at 10:45 a. ra. Lvcn song at :3J
At the Ninth Street Methodist, the
pastor. Rev. . C. Smith, will
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:3) p. tn
Morning thome: '-The Book of Books."
Lvemng theme: The Three Heav
en. Sunday school at It) a. nv
Y. P. F L. at G Ao p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
jnday school at 9:10 a. tn. Cate
chetical class at 3:3) p. m. Young
people s meeting at C:4.i p. m.
South Park school at 2:"0 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian, ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
1V the pastor. Rev. II. C. Marshall
Before morning sermon the Sacra
ment of Baptism will be adminis
tered. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m
Young jeojilo"s meeting at 6:45 p. m
At the Christian church, preach
ing by the pastor, Kev. J.
ton, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:3.)
Morning subject, "The Citizen of the
Kingdom; ' evening, "How an Km
nent Lawyer Found Christ.' Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C.
K. at 6:30 p. m. Mission Sunda
school at at 3 p. in.
At tlic Central I'resbvtcrlan. ser
vices a usual. Preaching by tli
pastor, Rev. John II. Kerr. Morn
ing subject, "Prayer on the Lookou
for an Answer;' evening, "Tlie
Translations of the Bible," the last
lecture in the special course on the
Bible. Sunday school at 11:45 a. m
Yiting 'people's prayer meeting
6 5 p. m.
At the i-irst Method ist. Key
F. W. Merrcll. pastor, will conduct
services at 10: 15 a. m. and 7:30 p. in
Mo. n'ng subject. "Maintaining the
Christian Lite," a sermon to youn
converts; evening. "Mastor or Slave
Which?" An opportunity to sign
the pledge and don the red ribbon
will lie givcn.at the evening service,
Sunday school at 9:30 a. ni. loun
people's meeting at 6:30 p. ni.
At the First Baptist, preachin
morning anil evening, by the pa
lor. Kev. C. F Taylor. Ph. D. Sub-
iex-t for morning, "A Blessing 'or
Curse the Ark Among the Philis
tines or in the Ilonscof Gbpd-edom;'
evening. "Salvation by Works
iKH-inne oi nevus." Baptism ex-
two ted at the close of the service
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
i pravcr meeting at6:;0 n. m
leader. lK-acnn Ha wo; topic, Chris
tian vtaicii' nines." Sunday sebm
at the Forty-fourth street jchapvl at
s p m., t. ai. linnet, snperinteml
rn'. loj-l servie,. in tbe chape
at 7:"W p. m.
A CSTEfv3 DEVOTION.
RANG THE DISMISSAL BELL.
Aa iBrldrnt Sboirlaa lha Sph-MlM Besalto
of the School "lire Drill." .
What might easily have proved to be
a panic involving loss of life in primary
school No. S5, at Fifty -first street aud
First avenue, was averted recently by
the coolness and presence of mind of
Jaaitor Patrick Carney and Principal
Mrs. Alien of the school.
Carney was passing through Jhe play
room at 1:15 o clock when be saw
moke. Ho could not see xvhero it wes
coming from, and Lis first thought was
to get the children out of tbe building
before the suoke penetrated tbe other
The school is a five story structure.
with a Uily attendance of over 9iK). Not
one of the pnuils is more than 10 years
old. Janitor Carney xnado& hasty search
for Mrs. Allen and found her on the top
"He beckoned to Iit, signifying that he
wibhed to speak to bcr privately.
"There is a fire somewhere down
stairs," he said. "Better ring the 'rapid
dismissal bell and get the children out
then the fire can be attended to."
Mrs. Allen grasped the situation a'
once. Without the (slightest display of
excitement she gave tbe order to have
the bell rung, and in a few minutes
teachers and pupils were out on the side
walk,, not one suspecting what was the
real cause of their early release.
The scholars have been drilled twice a
week,-when all the exits, 10 in number,
have been opcn,'and they were instruct
ed how to leave the building rapidly.
When everybody was out. Janitor Car
ney rang the fire alarm on tbe second
floor of the school, and when the fire en
gines arrived it was ascertained that the
fire was in a refuse can in the playroom,
into which a careless boy had thrown a
curarette. New York Herald.
The finest and best wrought
steel range on the market.
Don't be deceived by parties
offering poor, light, rough con
structed steel ranges, but call
and examine our line of M& D.
ranges, which arc in use in
nearly a hundred of the best
families in the city.
J t RilDT.
t. b. anuoT.
Boy, sell sadnsaaga propenj oa eonalsrioa.
loaa money, collect rants, also canr a lis of nt
das inransc coapuie. holWtnt tots for
sale ta Uihed!teiit iddittons. Choice real donee
property tn all puts or tho eltj .
Ina , Mitchell Lynd bandlac, gtesad
Soar, la rev of McheH A Ltade bask-
wm b&i noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper Mouse.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From G a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
That great auction sale of the
James HWalker Stock. '
This great auction sale, about which the whole country has been talking
of fc r weeks, found our buyers on hand with ready cash to take advantage
of anything in the bargain line which might be offered. Our plan cf
syndicate buying enabled us to secure some sharp drives which could not
be obtained in the ordinary way, and we propose to let them go ar auctioa
prices. Read carefully and be on hand promptly THURSDAY MORXIXq
as some of the lots Will not last long at the. prices marked :
Great Bargains. '
1,500 yards embroidery, worth 2Jc, for lc a yard.
750 yards embroidery, worth SJc, for 2c a yard.
750 yards embroidery, worth 4c, for Sc a yard.
Embroideries at 5, 6 and 7c, which coat aa high
as 12c to land in New York.
Good Turkey red calicos at 4Jc, worth SJc a yard.
A lots of robe prints for comforts at SJc, worth
6c a yard.
Turkey red prints at 4c, worth 7c a yard.
The best maddar prints at SJc, worth SJc a yard.
20 pieces shirting prints Sc, worth 5Jc a yard. ,
20 pieces dress style prints SJc, worth 4Jca yard.
20 pieces Holhrook brown muslin 2Jc, worth SJc
10 pieces splendid brown muslin SJc, worth 6c a
. SO pieces Ballardvale bleached muslin 4f c, worth
Good heavy shirting checks at 4Jc, worth 7c a
20 pieces table oil cloth at 12Jc, worth 18c a yard.
1,000 lbs. best carpet warp, all
a n worth l'Jc.
One cse Lkot frinodiam. anrnti nn.I ,., ....
(. ( "ii "IT.
10 bales good cotton batts 5c per br.tt.
The best kid shirt cambric while
tancv illuminated cnevron ures "nU -ir.
Double fold cashmeres lllc, worth lOo a rvl
Single fold suitings 7JC, worth 10c a var!.
Herringbone suitings 15c. worth 2'o a jard.
Cote de Cheval noveltv dress good-; o0st VWv I
io gmport vac; our price iyc a yard.
4U-incn crepon jsuitings; M alter price S: CB
price t jc a yaru.
45-inch iraportea suitings; Walker price r,t
our price vc a yara.
' . - I WW . .
ciegant ii-incn nenrieiia: oaiKor price o
iaKe luem wuiie mev lasi ai ovc a vara.
Many other items some of which are not yet in, and all of which go at auction pries. '
Remember some of these lots are not large' and the early customer secures tie
bargains. Sale begins Thursday morning and continues until all the goods are soli
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue, Rock Island.
(Soceoator to B. WS5UTJ
Merchant -:- Tailor.
119 Eighteenth Strest.
f-Fit and Workmanship
an toed the Best
Wnnt a cook
Want bo men
Want a partner
Want a n'toaUna
(ant to rant rooaia .
Want a Arvant Kill
Want lo asll a farm
War.t In acll a doom
Want to rx'itaaiicv aatthfor '
Want tr nil bonarbolil (nmb
W ant to make any real aotatr Inana
' Want to aril r trade for anything
Want to and eustnawn fur nrtlunf
CSX TUKal COLCltSS.
T DAILY AKCtTa DELIVERED ATTOUB
oar avvrr avcniat lor 0e bar woek.
IT ANTED a FEW Rl0KK AND BOA ED
IT era. A.ply, llllSTMrd
UAHTKD-A FIKJ-T LA tK)K WAOES
prt aonik Apply at tht oS".ee.
WATE1wn MEN K K CNVAaEK
II! ear a mod nrreenfasn of a'o aad
r TrtinR rxf-xim): fall al S!S slxloealh traal.
Eaqmrv for w . UuL
lOtiSRH WINTERED JRAII, STABLE AT
I nlcht. Initi Mrtars for d tnw. hraa
f tree, at tl " t"T nt . Uaar,, ratamlc, r. U
boa 14. Davr opart. Iowa.
William McCarthy. East
Eighth atreet, Cincinnati. Ohio,
writes: "I used Vr. Bull's Cough
jrnp in nty family with good re
suits. We recommend it to all heads
of families as the hest.'
II ijr aan a made with our aooda la anr lol-
ii-.'o . m .wi pirf-r. 1h rna it f a tm
luMira' art nftrn minlf a ' wait-. Ad-
M.air,cTCHcaa,- r. u. arx baa, uui-
Eentuck-' elected eight women as
county school an)eriutciidentsat tho re
rent election. One of them is a widow
about 45 years old 'and the another of
14 children, seven of whom aie under
13 years of age.
Catarrh! OitanL! Catarrh!
Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med
icated Oulrcatment lortatarrn.
Asthma. Bronchial and Lung
It Is the otily rrmcdy which has ew cored Ca
tarrh pt'nn-nontly in the -non period or ftnia
thr to five wec-k. A forMt of SS(rO to an
pToa wlfb eannot b emied uf nral or thro.t
catarrh 1" the itne mcrtttnned . Call oa We tern
av'-nt Rrfrrence to iho- who hv- lieen per
auncntlT cared. For f urUicr information call oa
W. II. OMJOliAE,
rctmuaent and Western Ascot,
Boom S. Ryan Block. Davenport, Iowa.
C eatiing and epalr'.ng Done.
J. M. SOHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of crindinj iozt
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING C0S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it al b
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
Will ear tra aad keen yon we!L
For sale at Carper Boose Pharmacy.
J. T, RoturiaxD.
Tex Ersraa I
Plumbers, Steam, Gas
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbinjr. Basement Rock Inland Nat Bfl
THE SUCCESS IN OUR
Em fab WAKiAirn ar
Tcuir k. 4 a,
Oar VOH-t-iroowia ta
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist and Opti
cian. Eyes tested free of charge. .
Is a Compliment from the Public
Of which we are justly proud as well as deserving.
It clearly illustrates the effect of years of honest, truthful advertising. It proves that tbe
public have confidence in what we say, and fully demonstrates thit the big bargains we are giving
m this sale are recognized and appreciated. "
- In a few days we shall reunite our Men's and Boys' footwear with the clothing stock. Nat
urally, we do not want to move any more pairs than is abolutely necessary, and while the sizes in
Ladies' shoes are not as complete, we have however, about 4,000 pairs left. Now every pair must
and will be sold, and In order to accomplish this resolution we are making Immence Reductions m
all small lots. No matter how many pairs you may have vou'll want more when you learn ti e
price. Come and carry them away and thus save us the trouble of moving.
Shoe Store, 1804 Second avenue, Rock Ishnd,