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THE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 1891.
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GRANTED TBE CBAKEEr
Snpervisors Move i?outh Rock
The Heecins at tbe Tower Vemerday
Afteraoon The rondiilon An
I ni.opnlar liinarlty.
Tbe posponed conference to consider
tie rod changes in South Rock Island
running over Black Hawk's tower was
held at tbe tower pavilion yesterday after
noon. It will be remembered that the
highway commissioners of the township
recently arbitrarily refused to permit a
change in the location of the road sought
by the Rock Island & M ilan road in order to
permitthe building of a handsome pavilion
on the summit of the tower, notwith
standing that the street car company
offered to put up a casi guarantee many
times the estimated cot t that it would not
involve an expense of over 600, antl to
pay half that amount.
An appeal was taker, to Supervisors,
Schneider, Kerr and Ilasson. and they
met with tne ccmroissioners yesterday to
consider the matter. I). II. Louderback,
of the street car compaay, and the peti
tioners for the cbatge were repre
sented by William Jackson, while
J. T. Kenworthy appeared for a
number who opposed the change
and who upheld the course of the ob
structionists acting as Ligbway commis
sioners. On behalf of these a remon
strance was presented against tbe change,
while on behalf of tbe petitioners seeking
the improvement, Mr. Jackson made a
strong speech in which he instanced the
advancement in the price of property
in South Moline by reason of the im
provements at Prospect park, and how
rapidly luts were selling at good figures
since electric cars run up there to a park
nicely laid out and improved.
The supervisors after taking the matter
into consideration in all its bearings,
adopted tbe following resolutions:
We, the undersigned supervisors of
Rock Island county, to whom tbe appeal
was thkiii fiom tl.e commissioners of
bignwojs in the matter cf yacating the
road leading past Blaci. Hawk's watch
tower and opening a now road on the
half section line, as prayed for by the
petitioners, grant the thance with the
following consideration :
Firt-t -That the old r ad tha',1 not be
vacated until the new o:ie ia accepted by
Second That the new road be sixty
six feet wide. Conr.aD Schxejder,
W. T. Kekr.
roll oo fointn.
J:m Reiliy languishes :n tbe city bastile,
by reason of a complaint filed by Frank
Jim Hurly, known as Parnell," was
sent to the county juil for 30 days by
Magistrate Wivill for vagrancy.
John Siegrist who was fined heavily
yesterday lor intoxicaticn is again in the
lockup today for the san e old offense.
Thieves entered W. It. Moore's office
in ilolian this" rr.oruiiig whil be w as
sent and worked the combination on the
safe, securing two envelopes containing
uboui. in uiu jCy. A n pair shop owned
bv T. A. G'uM fc Son wis also borclsr
i7..;d, where the robbers tecured two $10
bilis oul oi a pockelboos 03 a shelf an d
$3 40 in currency out of a cash drawer,
and also carried off a ffn.: guitar valued
at $40. It is supposed that the same
parties coCimiUed bo'.U bargiaries, but no
clue is had to the robbpr?
William Wablempyer boarded an Elm
street car thia morniug a id wlieu asktd
by the driver, Frank ( Jell, for his fare Le
said be was an employe ( f the company
and consequently was not obliged to pay
any, but the i.-ivcr icsiet:d on his paying
tbe fare and it finally res jlted in a fistic
eucouutv.1' in liioU O iol! gol iu a right
hander oa Wahlemeyer which sent the
latter to "grass'' and he immediately
swore out a warrant be'ore Magistrate
Wivill charging OJe'.l wi.h assault and
bittery. The magistrate fined Odell
$j and costs, after which Odell made a
counter charge of abusive language and
tbe magistrate fined Wahlemeyer $3 and
A Hair-Breadth Enrape.
Thomas Hussey, a K-year old boy
who runs an elevator at the Moline wag
on works, came very near being killed
yesterday afternoon. Tiie young man
has of late become ralh-.-r careless, as
boys are apt to do in Buch positions.
Yesterday afternoon he was dangling a
card fastened to a string c ver the side of
the elevator as it was goit g up. When
above the second floor he leaned over to
see where the card was, and just then his
bead was caught between the
elevator and the arch, the terrible
pressure being brought to bear directly
between the chin and tl e top of the
head. His npper jaw wis crushed and
his teeth ground up into his face in tbe
most shocking manner, while his lower
lip was half cut off. Had it not been for
his teeth giving way his head would yery
likely have been torn from his body, but
as it was the head slipped out, but not
without scraping the hair off the back of
the head and causing a frightful scalp
wound. He was beard to groan and
scon was discovered and taken to the
office ot Dre. Wessel and Arp, where his
wounds reoeived surgical attention. He
was then taken home to Stewartville. It
is believed he will ultimately recover.
Kork laland'a ProiDiim.
In the jrsy dawn of tbe day's treak on
any of iLiie fine n,oi Lilies, cce who
chances to be about CRrly tucugh rcifcbt
see striding noiselessly toward Moline
two groterque figures. Now it should be
said of these irdividuals that they areBOt
on mischief bent their purpose is not to
take advantage of him who flumbers,
nor yet are they after the lucky worm
which the early bird invariably gets.
Neither is their sole object the breweries
which are located in the upper part of
Rock Inland. Their purpose is more
laudable if anything, than any of these.
With canvas slippers, belts and straw
hats and sc-me times when the weather
is suitable, flannel shirts and pantalets
they are discharging what they con
scientiously believe to be a duty to
humanity and to humanity's cause.
The personages alluded to are none
other than Marcus Leander Gait and
Abstlcm Eotenfield. Fully believing
that nature has endowed tbem with more
than their portion of corpulency
they have adopted a novel method
of reducing the surplus. They
meet at a certain corner down
town at day treak cveiy morning and
walk five miles before breakfast. The
one who fails to c( me up to the scratch
at the appointed time, or who falls pant
irgly or pantlessly by the wayside in his
endeavor to accomplis-h his every day
feat, must forfeit 100 cents of his worldly
These two drcmios footed it to Moline
and back this morning, and even Old
Sol didn't get around in time to see them.
They talk of invading Davenport tomor
row morning, and the object of this
article is to assure the bridge guards and
night patrolmen over there that they will
entail no ritks in letting them have their
own way. They never eat away from
home, and will get back to Rock Island
as soon as tie pangs of hunger knaw
all fierce! v.
"Kajunka," tbe ntw Parisian spectacle,
is a srreat go at Niblo's, and tbe managers
arc more thus Eti;S d with the business
done the past week at that house. The
performance and all of the tricks and
transformations are now given with great
precision The gorgeous display of
scenery, costumes and young and pretty
girls is proving to be a strong attraction,
and the run of "Kajanka' is sure to be
a profitable one. Tne young and hand
some Mariposa dancers have made a hit,
and their pictftreque dancinz is becom
ing the talk of the town . They are wild
ly applauded at every penoimance
Mile. Bertoto, the little character dancer,
has become a favorite with Niblo's
audiences, acd the Mat'.ini's are giving
unusually excellent acrobatic feats. Dur
ing tbe past wetk the matinees have been
largely attended by ladies and children
and out-of-town theatre goers, who are
unable to at'ead the evening ' perform
ances. If the present demand for seats
continues, extra matinees will have lobe
given in order to accommodate the pub
lic. The play is filling Niblo's as it has
not been filled before in many years.
Seats were at a high premium last week;
even at the mid-week matinee late comers
had to be Cuu'.ct-t wkli accoamod..liius
in '.tic upitr tiers.
Tut New 'or Press speaks tLua of the
attrition et Harper's theatre tomorrow
Hoary cIIm cn a llei. Charmer.
A stray swarra of bets made its ap
pearance in Rocs Island today and Post
master Wt-lls, who is always on tbe look
out for a good tbin;, forgot the dignity
becoming a representative of Uncle
Sam's domiuion and got out into West
Seventeenth street, with a shovel and
stick with which he beat a hidious noise,
atcorapaujisg it by a movement some
thing akin to a Sioux ghost dance. It
was an abominable exhibition, but it
tickled the boss and also the bees, and the
postmaster was not long ia boxinc tne
hoy workfT" a"'? Ii i-HTv-ii off h's pr'ze
with a gleeful look at those who wit
nessed his accomplishment.
EnthaNiasllra'l)- in favor oi It.
At a meeting of the Moline Business
Men's association last night tbe proposed
Twin City Columbian demonstration on
July 4, 1802, was discussed, and the pro
position received with favor and enthu
siasm. A committtee was appointed to
confer with one from tbe Rock Island
association at a meeting to be held at the
rooms of the Rock Island Improvement
association Aug. 25. The twin cities
may have a celebration in '92 of which
both may feel proud if they undertake
tbe matter properly as they give promise
now ot doing.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that ia without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni'a.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
dnces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
On August 25 and September 29, the
Burlington. Cedar UscHb & N-jrthern
railway will sell harvest excursion tickets
from all stations on its line siuth of and
including Vinton, to all stations on its
line north of and including Iowa Falls, in
Iowa'Minnesota and South Dakota, to all
Dointa in Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texas. New Mexico, Colorado, Wyom
ing, Utah, Idaho, Montana, South and
North Dakota; also to all points in Ten
nessee. Louisana, Alabama, Mississippi.
Georgia and Florida at a rate of one fare
and onevthird for the round trip.
For further information, enquire of
any ticket agent of this company, or
J. . Haknegan,
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent.
Deaf nan Can't bs Cared
by local applications, as tbey cannot
reach the diceased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an in Aimed condi
tion of the mucous lining of tbe Eustach
ian tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless tha im
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its aormal condition,
hearing will be destroved forever; nine
cases out of 10 are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an infUmed condN
tion of tbe mucous surface.
We will give $100 for any case of
deafness (caused by catarib) that we can
iiot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh cure.
Seed for circulars, free
F. J. Chkxet & Co.,
Fold by druggists, 75c.
P PIUS. kJ
tick Eeadache end relievo all tbe troubles tacf
elect to bilious state of tbe system, such afl
Dizzices, Nausea. Prowsi-nes. Distr&na after
eating. Tain in the Side, &c W2ule their most
icmarkafrlo success hus been shown in cuctbg ,
Be&aaehe, Carter lattlo liver KIM sr
equally aluuHe in Oonstii-Aii &. curing and pre
venting tlnaanncyinKCoiniilaiiit.-wliilo tliryal&o
CTree t all disorder of theetoiic htiuiulatetha
3. ver anu regulate the bowels. Zvun X they only
',&el'tueT trstild bealmof.tpricol'issto thow wn
fcufVer from this distressing conirtlaint; butform
talelr their pnodnesa dot noendhore,a-j J those
Vhocncetry them will find theeo little piiisvaln
sMe ia noiuiiny ways thfct tbey will not ba wil
Iiiig to do tvatiibut tiieou Cut after aUsicli heac
I? the bare of so many lives that here is lrhers
Vre make our great boast, Our pillscurei' while
ethers do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small an4
very easy to tike. Ote or two pills niakea doae.
They are strictly vegetable and do nov gripe or
j-urve, but by their gentle action please ail who
uaethem. la vialsat 25cents ; hveforSL, Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by maiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Office, Koome 3, 4. 5 and A Mus cle Temple,
Why rot pay the same amount to the Dome
BuHdin? .irtd IjAar Association racb month that
you are ruw paying for rent, and acquire a home
of your own.
LDan awarded at lowt-t rate?.
Steca iu the first t tries may be taj iioa ap
plication to tbe Secretary.
4 I ; Iter
Brings out the defects, if there
I guarantee everything I sell.
If you don't like it when you
get home with it, you can re
G. M. Looslet.
CBIKJ, GLASS AXO CAMPS,
1800 Second Avenue,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. K. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
MEN'S UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS.
SWELTERING PRICES FOR THIS WEEK.
Manufactured for this occasion. Three lots cannot be duplicated again this year
Our test four ply linen collars and cuffs go at manufactures' cost to swell the
T ,nt 1 MENS AND BOYS' 1 fn
LjU' A UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS IDC
good muslin union linen bosom and cuff bands well made. Buttons and button
holes, and only 1 6c.
T,rt P MENS' SUPERIOR QQr
LjUL UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS ObfC
New York mills muslin- Reinforced fronts; pure linen bosom and cuff bands!
continuous facings 39c.
J-tKJ 0 0 UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS 50c
the best on earth for the price. Reinforced fronts and backs. Extra well made,
and first-class for wear and fit 50c-
Also onr reenlar lines of St and tl 25 unlairdered shirts which we sell at T5 and 90c each. Others
at lari:erprite do not crmpare with them.
5 styles n ens' 4 rly linen standing collars gc each. Others sell them at 10e.
3 styles mens' 4 ply linen turndown collars 8c each, worth 40c. We ask comparison cn above
8 styles mens1 4 ply linen enffs 17c a pair, regular 40c cuffs. They are bummers and eqial to the
On lot mens" Mnen collars lc each, not the latest styles.
Hi also dir-plny special values ;n mns' night shiits, will call special attention to night stirls at
eseh and would lit.- lhem comoaied to tl. S. yon have paid l for.
Kiilanre of onr wash goods at a'.taratlon sale prices. Cballies-6, 8 and 10c cbaKies reduced to
4-iC a yard.
Snow cup Coating bath soap 4C a cake every Satntday.
1712, 1714. 1720. 1722 and 1724 Rkcokd Avencb.
Croquet 4-ball sets 62c
Hammocks, jute, Mexican: 75c
Hammocks, white, Mexican 8Sc
Hammocks, colored. Mexican $1 i5
Window screens, hardwood frame 28c
New chamber sets, handsome decorations, yery cheap.
Picnic plates per 100 50c
Picture frames 8x10 with elass and mat, 3 styles 85c
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound 82c
Envelopes to match, i quare 10c
Decorated window shades with beet sprinc fixtures 82c
GEO. H. KIKGSBCRY Fair and Art Store,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1218.
HERE IS A BARGAIN FOR YOU
: LACE CURTAINS. :
A Pair for $1.00, Former Price 11.75
G. O. HUOKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1S13, Second Avenue, HOCK ISLAND.
W'E LEAD THEM ALL
IN MAKING FINE
TRY OUR LATEST DRINK,
ESfAll the finest drinks at
Thomas' New Fountain.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Do You Want to
If bo, take notice of a few of the many bargains:
Gents' Tan colored 6hoe?, former pi ice $4.00, redace3 to 289
Gents' fine Dongola south ties " " 32.5; " " 2.68
Gents' calf hand sewed shoes " ' 5 50; " 4.50
Ladies' ooze calf ox tie ' " 1.75; " 1.27
Ladies' Tan colored lace shoes " 4 00; " " 2 84
Ladies' pat. leather ox tie " " 2.00; " 1,42
Lowest Prices and Best Goods at
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Eim Street 8lore, .
229 Fifth Avenue;