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THE AUG US, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1.3, 1893.
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AGENTS. tn.Mi:nvJaaaac yroant ft m aaafr. csllrrt rant. alia rarry aHacaflnt fat nraruc ffatnWa. aalUlag M tar Lat a !! tfcf ddtrml xUltiOB . Choir rcalaaaC blKRT th CttJ. ail Ultrarn Laa balUliaC Ml. a rm of BtuhrU A Ltmde baak. Adams Hall Fapsr Ca Un't you want -pleasant home? Vou certainly do; and :o satisfy your wishes we mvc a fine line of Window bdts. Wall PaDers. and iiovc all. l'ictures and Picture Frames. These are all neces- ry requisites to make your aomc homelike. Come and onvince yourselt that our m prices are the lowest in the ity, and that we have the fin selection from whtch to ake your choice. is Hall Papr Co. tin, 312 and 814 TWENTIETH STREET. THE LOCAL TRAINS. Some of Them Put Back by the Rock Island Road. AH UHEXPLAIHABLE GAP REMAIH8. Arraniaadatlaa Train C at OSat Mama thai MmmM Cam aa ta Kark lalaad aad There the Cam malty h DniM CarralaU. that M Heretofore Kajoy . "Kwiti 1,1 laterrata NalTor. General Manager St. John of the Rock Inland has furnished the Davcn jrt Leader the change to occur in the new time card to go into effect nest Sunday. The following relative to the restoration of local train re cently abandoned, tnav therefore Ih regarded as ollicia'.: Train No. 7 ami Mill U put on. Ix -rinninj n-t Moixlav ni..rninjr. be tween Cbieaoanl Kun aii. NiimiH-r T ill -onntH-t with X.i. 1 at itureaii. Ni. H will leaxe lturean at 2:4. for Chieao. The r-i-nt time i.f Xos. 1 and 2 will Ih-euntimie.l. X 7 w ill eave KiN-k !iaiu! at . :l-" p. m.. ar at 7:."iii p. in. Ulan.l at V:l riving at aiinliMi . 17 will leave Ut k . m., arriving at Iowa t'itv at 11:20 ,. m. No. h will leave Yahinton t f:lo a. ni.. arriving at ll.K-k Island at c,:.n) a. tu. No. 1H leaven Iowa 'ity at 1 p. tn.. anivin at Uook Il- and at 3:lo i. m. An I nr.linali ;ai. While the restoration of the liM-al trams, west and southwest, will M-rve to do awav w ith nuieh of the emu. plaint that has le n inaile in the tri- ities over their abandonment, the company has not aeted as well lv the eomnuuiitv as it miirlit ' have lone had it put on the tliroiu'li trains to t'hieayo. instead of leaving the 100 mile pap letweeli Koek Is? and and Iturean. for w hat reason is a mystery, and w hieh is regarded ly many of our 1'iisiness men as a ctranpe discrimination against the loealitv that nnht have len avoided. The action on the part of thc Kfck Island in thus restoring its local trains piece meal may Ik. hut the forerunner to the final returning of all the trains recently dispensed with. The Bureau accommodation mar be nut on merelv in the inter est of Peoria busine?. and even in that event it docs seem unreasonable that it should not be extended to Rock Island. The cutting of this train off certainly entailed a great ii.- convenicnce to the commercial in terests of the three cities, and if the Rock Island cares to accommodate those interests, and to look to their welfare it will do the right thinir complete while it is about it. and put itn the Washington local from Chi cago clear through just as it was be fore. 1 he company has practically acknowledged the mistake it made in removing these trains; now let it restore them in their entirety, in stead of cutting it off half wav. and thereby evince its good will toward the tri-citv community. His Ural tar -M3 awl tt. There is no bnsiness which admits of so many wonderful innovations as the theatrical business. The present age might appropriately Im- styled The Realistic.' Men with vast apital have entered the held, and their rivalry anil spirited competition have called forth the must astound ing results. The public crave amuse ment as one of the most essential necessities of life, and are so thor oughly educated as to the merits of what is good or bad that it pays best to eater to them by presenting only what is certain to le stamped "it. K." One of the most colossul theatrical enterprises w hich v ui open in ew lork hit soon. is me jrreat comedy drama. She Coiildn t Marry Three, for w lucU extensive preparations have lecn carried on during the summer. I he scenery will eclipse anything presenrea in New York during recent years, and lth the nia-rnitlcclit company of selected artists, is sure to make an instantaneous and unualilied suc cess. Alter us ioi. ..iui.iji will be sent across the continent to San Francisco with the entire New Yrk paste, and it is unanimously conceded br newspaper and theatri cal critics that among the big deals for and "94 w ill le found "he i Couldn't Marry Three." Urataatle. In "Only a German.' which is to be brought to Harper's theatre to morrow night. Jule Keen, an excel lent German dialect comedian, makes an instantaneous success as Chris Shimbo. a jolly on of the Father land, who is sheltered by an honest miller, and repays his kindness by protecting everybody and foiling the villain who is seeking to carry out certain diabolical schemes. Mr. Keen Is supported by a very string company, who give him material as sistance in the specialties, of w hich there are many. . The charming qualities of -Robin Hood." which is to be presented at the Burtis Monday and Tuesday, by liarnabee. Karl & MacDonald s Robin Hood company, are so numerous as to almost discourage any detailed comment thereon. P""1" comic opera of recent """"" r either Europe or America has pos sessed so manv numbers that hare SJSned widespread popularity thronrk the mnaic publisher.. O.Jrle.H. Tales' neweU -DeviT. Auction" ft to be Men at the Burtis it Dn-zenport Snturdny nnd Snnd with Inmlly DEATH'S DECREE. Mr. Kai KM-e Evpirr at Her H rifth Amia lata J. Adair measaats. Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock t he dark angel of death entered the home of Mrs. Kate Rice. 1916 Fifth avenue 1 and claimed its victiru. Mrs. Rice lias suffered for some time from old age and stomach trouble, which at last conquered her. She was 70 years of sge,and was well known here, ber husband, who died here in 1b79. being a member of the old firm of Petcher & Rice. Mrs. Rice leaves but one son. William of Daven port. Thc funetal will occur from the late residence at 2 o'clock tomor row afternoon. 4. Adair I'leasials. News from Richmond. . Ya.. to Judge V. Pleasants, of Rock Isl and, conveys the intelligence of, the death there Monday of his brother. 4. Adair Pleasants, representative of the Manhattan Life Insurance com pany, and one of the best known men in Virginia. He was born in Harrods burg. Ky.. May 17. IS-'ti. Besides his brother. Judge Pleasants, he leases a brother. M. P. Pleasants, clerk of the I'nited States circuit court of Riehmonil. lt U of a Former llni k Islamlrr. Arthur Gray received this'ninrn ' ing a telegram from Omaha announc ing the death of his brother-in-law, John Buck, for many years a resident of Koek Island. He was At years of age. and leaves a wife and three chil dren. Thc funeral arrangements are not yet completed. THE PEORIA'S BRANCH. A fr"rre or iirinor liar Out on the llnrtolahlr. Gen. Supt. Sudlow, of the It. I. & I .. yesterday Piloted Civil r.njnncer V. 11. Peters over a proposed line for a hrancu road from 1 rccniption to a point some three and one-half miles north of Cable, and Mr. Peters com nienced this morning with a corps of engineers to run the line. The com pany has a former survey of a line from a point east of Milan on its main line to the same point, and one line or the other will tie adopted: and the company will proceed promptly with its construction. To Sara ia t he Haallag. The Coal Valley Mining company has during the past year developed a tine Ixul v of coal, a part of which lies in Rock Island county, and expects to rut in an extensive plant, and by raisin; the coal to the surface at the new plant, will be able to dispatch it n trains of SO to .. cars per train, in stead of 12 to 14 cars, as it is now compelled to do from Cable, owingto the heavy grade hetweer. Cable and iTcemption, thus making a great saving in the cost of transporting the coal to this market The BIB Briek I'laat The tri-city municipal party which made the trip to Galesburg yester day to inspect the plant of the Pur-rin-rton vitrilied brick works, on in vitation of the Kdwards & Walsh Construction company, ' returned last evening much pleased with the dav's experiences. In addi tion to the officials accompanying the stiecial car provided bv Division Agent Mack, of the C, B. & Q., w ho had charge of the party in transit Messrs. W. H. Ed wards. A. W. Van- derveer and George T. Baker of the construction company, and Treasurer J. r. l.ardner, of the Davenport Koek island Kail w ay compauy. as well as a number of citizens from Muscatine, accompanied the party The excursionists inspected the big plant of the Purrinsrton works, were dined bv the Edwards & Walsh Con struction company, and the occasion proved one of pleasure as well as of profit. Artk-lea 8bjae4L Articles for a 20-round or finish tisrht have' iust been sisrned bv Thomas Oox and Paddy Brennan This fisht has been brewing ever since the Uox-Muhs fhrht on Nov. 15. when the redoubtable Paddy ex pressed loudly a desire to annihilate Cox, and after some preliminaries the Rock Island boy has given him cbance to show his prowess. No money has been put np on the affair but it is understood that in the neighborhood of $300 has already changed hands on the result. The fiirht will be Nov. 30, somewhere in the vleinity of Davenport, and from all appearances it will tie on it merits. Social. Mrs. Monroe Kohn entertains her lady friends this afternoon. Mrs. Frank Mixter has issued in vitations for a ladies' reception next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Robinsou gave a thimble jrartv to ber lady friends at her home, 613 Twentieth street, yesterday af ternoon. About fortv ladies were present, and a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon spent. Hirer Blatata.' The river contains considerable floating ice, an4 the slough is prac tically closed. The stage of the water at the Bock Island bridge at noon was 1:80; the temperature la. The draw of the Bock Island bridge was officially closed to navigation lor the season at 1Z noon toaaj. Rheumatism originate in the mor bid condition of the blood. Hood's Saraaparilla cares rhoaaBSftism Get ewlyfiond'a. TOUCHED FOR $150. Twa lonac Mea Froat Port Ryraa Taatht About two weeks ago two young men. from the upper end of the county, a'lont four-and-one-half miles northeast of Port Byron, came to Rock Island, and through the efforts of friends, had a check for $200, on the Davenport National bank, cashed at the Rock Island Savings bank. The two Port Byronites then started out for a good time, and at last end ed up with a Rock Island female o' cloudy repute. When the man who ! held all the money, and who by the way was a married man, came to count it, alas! he was fl.50 out. He knew where it was. but fearing his liettcr half should lind it out. ex pressed himself thus: -Well, if she wants to give it back to me, she can ccme and do it. if she don't, she can keep it." Morl: Young men lie careful what kind of company you keep when you come to the city. Itestiiute at Urmrr. A Henver dispatch reads: Milton M. Delano, mayor of Denver in l!tiS,is living in destitute circum stances in New York, according to a letter received by Mayor Van Horn. requesting assistance from his Humer us friends here. Delano was an al crman here for a number of years. ndcr the Grant administration he as appinted minister to China. Fi nancial reverses caused the distress that now confronts the family. Milton M. Delano, mentioned in the above, formerly lived in Rock Island He married a Miss Stern, whom the lder citizens will remember. In lSAu Stern x Delano were proprie- rs of the t-arnani house, a hotel then standing opposite the court house on third avenue. He was ait- pointed a consul to China by Gen. Grant. Those who remember him here, do not think he was ever min ister to China. He lived at one time n Friendship. X. Y. MILAN. Milan, Nov. 22. Little F.dna and Bertie Kate are among the invalids at present. Mrs. Will A. Arnold, of Chicago visiting her sister, Mrs. F. II. Har ris. Capt. W . L. Marshall inspected the canal work today, below Milan n the morning, and above in the af ternoon. The doctors seem to lie doin; a great deal of riding, and report an unusual amount of typhoid fever, grip, and sickness among the chil dren. J. C. Long, assistant engineer in charge of the Illinois Mississippi canal of the eastern division, visited Capt. L. L. Wheeler on Monday, to see the work done on the first four miles. A Monster Owl Killed la the CatakilU. Henry E. McKenzie of Port Ewen came np the U. and D. railroad as far as Olive Branch for the purpose of (shoot ing game. While ont in the woods near Brown's Station a large bird flew over his head. McKenzie fired and succeeded in injuring one of his wings, causing it to drop iu a woods near by. He qnickly ran to where it fell for the purpose of securing it. When he readied the spot, he. made an attempt to get it, but it sprung at him in such a furious manner as to cause him some alarm and a great deal of anxiety as to his personal safety. V ith the aid of his companion, Ed ward Davis of Olive, and a long pole they succeeded iu turning the bird on its back and tying its feet with a piece of rope, thus rendering it helpless and safe to carry. It turned out to be a great owl, a bird rarely seen outside of British America, its natural habitation. Its wing measurement is 5 feet, it stands nearly 2 feet high and has a head about 18 inches in circumference, surmounted in two large horns. The only injury done the bird was a slight wound about the left wing, and it was taken to Port Ewen by Mr. McKenzie, where he has it on exhibition. Mauy people who have runted Central park and seen the many curious owls there say that nothing like it, either as to size or resemblance, is on exhibition. Pine Hill Sentinel. Tha Scaaadralu A man who had just finished a com' fortable meal at a restaurant the other day suddenly rose from his chair, grabbed his hat and umbrella that stood against the wall and ruBhed out of the building. "Stop him!" exclaimed the cashier. "That fellow went away without pay ingr ' 111 stop him." said a determined look ing man who rose up hastily from a table near where the other had sat. "He took my gold handled umbrella. IU stop him, and FH bring him back with a po liceman. The scoundrel V Without a moment's pause be dashed out of the house in hot pursuit of the conscienceless villain. And the cashier. a cold, hard, unsympathetic kind of man, has begun to suspect that neither of them will come back. London Tit- Bits. Alitor a Btrlay Cera LaFontaiae, ia oae of his fable, tells of a hara- yar4 fowl that acratcaoa ap a gcav, waUa tcratca- iaf Sarcora. Sat kaowiag tu valae, ha ga a to a atoafrcutr lor a harwr can. That to aater perrons tarow away tv prlcoltm aoarl of A -trlsiaf" caas M a of tk laaaa). a fair trial. Kwal rnoM far It WW ha man am. thoa ar look oat far a eoSa. Dr. naowia Soktea Mallcal MsoaOMT wiBcars tataw at U aaai, tattl or throat oBVenaas, ar laas pi lofrtt GRAND OPPORTUNITY IN "tf jpoa r .. v una anna oooo woo a ttttt mm o o V t r S K o o o a a t a o o y t a Ens o o o a a t suss -S 8 V, J S 1 ft O O O A AAA .T 8 9 2 TJT S gfonooA a t a o o . W r KKcoooa a T a a ooo v k crew ooo a a $ am Z $7.50. $10. $15. We have bought a big lot of Overcoats and Ulsters at a sacrifice. We want to turn them into money in the shortest time possible. They will be sold cheap. Above figures indicate the reduced prices, a saving of $2S0 to $f .00. A splendid line of Overcoats and Ulster at f 7 30, worth 10 00 A tine line of all wool kersey and beaver Overcoats .", 10 00 14 00 A rich line of royal kersey and English mel ton Overcoats 15 00 IS ix New shades in Irish frisr.e Ulster 15 00 " 20 00 And many more new lines. We also show the new Shetland Ulsters with silk lined hood. Simon & Hosenfelder, Rock Island House Corner. Underwear. Hats, and novelties in caps. One Price A Low One. JUST RECEIVED The finest line of Shoes that were ever country. Here are kinds: Men's Picadily Calf Blucher. Men's Yale Cap Calf Blucher. Men's Yale Calf Blucher. Men's Yale Calf Congress. Men's Yale Calf Balmoral. Men's Columbia Calf Congress and Lace. Women's Russian Calf Hand Tamed Cork Sole Blucher. GEO. SCHNEIDER, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. THE LAST PLACE To Scrimp Economy in your Cigars, In your Clothes, In your Living bill, In your Theatre Tickets. But let the Home be the last place to suffer. The times are peculiarly favorable to economical purchasing, values were never so great. Hardly a thing in our establishment but we own, far below the regular price. Furniture, Curtains, Dinner Sets, G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,' C. F. DEWEND, Manager. 1809-1811 Second Areaue Upholstering done to order. Open evenings till 8 o'clock. Telephone No. 1206. . . HARDWAREI LiEsrsT oil, Ladies .and Gentlemen's seen in "this part of the a few of the different Women's Cloth Top Hand Turn ed Cork Sole Oxfords, just the thing to wear with Over Gaiters. Women's plain and Tip Hand Turned Cork Sole Shoe, the only shoe that will assure dry feet, and lots of other different styles, all of which can be had in width from A to E, and all styles of Rub bers from S to W. CASH STORE, 1712 Second Avenue is the Home. Carpets, Stoves, Oil Cloths, Steel Ranges, Crockery. Lamps, Linoleum and House Furnishings generally DEALER. IN- UIXCD nOUSS PaUCTfc FL0OQ FAlOTti. worn LSAO, ETC. Rtilksaalri