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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1892.
CABLE FOR CABINET
The Rock Island Congressman
for Ihe Navy Portfolio.
TALKED Of FOR A5 EHP0STA5T POST
MH,tf hw From New York Promt Xlli
Mla Recognition Among tha New I'rel
Jrwfa Adter WHoy for Pnmkr-
Fitting Compllmont for two Earnest
aaS Hard-Worklng DcmornU, v
Tij'e Chicago Herald his the fol
lewing: Wiltim C. Whitney, of New Yotk.wil!
fe premier of President Cleveland's eec
Benjamin T. Cab'e, of I'.inois, wi'.l be
okreil the nary porifolo la case be
r.ol care to assume the reaooosibili
Se of the M-cretarjsr.ip he will dictate
tfc appo'.Dtment. but there is little doabi
tt the d'StiogaUhed i:iio.,isan wilt
toke his place ia the pre dint's oQjial
The foregoin? statements are rade on
highest authority an I com: d recti j
feosa the president elect to a gentleman
o in Chicago ar d high ia the p rty
eowncils. Mr. Cleve a :d' pro -x pi tleci
on to recognize the claims of Ii ico
ami of Mr. Cable's eJ:C:ve work dur.n
the campaign wu rtciv-d with an
koai fed satisfaction by the few pmj
leaders who were Utt night qiJc rare
af it. No praise w tr:vtn for tbe
infection of Mr. Whitcej for si ctttar j i f
Mr. Cable's aid in tte deaiocrv.ic
asw in Illinois an d the cor:i. (-t a
c-t Cjo3r.e(l to the dirsctin r f th':
wr&nca c iroaaittee's work Mosey w-v-tJ.JanJ
Mr. C-.bie 'a r-i-r'oo&l :on;ii
Vjttoa 1 1 the trx.i f and pr.-.m; d iri
lit stve 'n tte eyt-n-. of A.1!: E S ev
Lom'lD'io3 f-ir The vie-; pr".i
JecCJ i eXhC ' $J h) Bi: fi.u 0
it -.t rc-m!tdi:i of la-s proaiisd
H'i pvd fTtr to the eornmiit. t-Tbroui-out
'he en'ire cvmp.ij ifr.
Cv.e waitmarrarsed by the n ed of
turds J was forced to drw c n'i&n
allj on his private ar-ount. Tiiia h-- f.i.i
ae xspiaininlv ilia d.$:nter-:a'.etlces5.
al lovii'y to hi party deep y met d
r Cleveland and ne hai'ened o make
luiowu t is determination to sui'.ablj ex
&s his appreciation. Ia the corntau
ieatoa received in tiis c-Uy Us: niht
Mr, C.tveland indicates hs ;sies in
ferns tha. cannot e mi-ukra.
The nvy pr.fo'.io, fo-aiHrlj held hy
Mr. Whitney, comes to Illinois. Tte
president e ect bop-s tha; Mr. Chb
will accept it, but in the ecent of his ue
tnnation he will be allowed to name
She man. Mr. Cable would neither den
or affi'ca tae elatcoienu last DLbt, but,
as before sid, thej may be relied upoa as
Ia selecting Mr Whitney for the sec
retaryship of state Mr. Cleveland is con
XrauUied by ali the prty leaders in this
eeunwy. Tee remarkib e work accom
'h(!.1 by the future prime minisu-r riur
m tha convention in Chic&ijo will loot
)e rem':mbered It w9 uninimou-'y
4-cUr:1 to be one of the Tet
tut p-tces of et-ne'al-hip ever seen
in any po..ical battle. (!e
true e-dod in pacifying, if not hnrm nlz
aig, toe two powrfiil faction from Ue
cwtpi e sUte. He stopped Tamtnanj'n
Tsr .lent attacks on the stalled "Dii
snappers'" and I'reventvd Taitntny's hu
i!:t.ion at ihe bnnds of ex -Mayor
Sraieaadbi- following. Mr. Whitntj
Mcounced his policy early in tve fight
!d raide predictions thai wore fu:fil ed
si the proper time. The mr.rr.ino o? tbr-aonj:nati-n
lir. Cleveland lf:leirapti(-.l
His thank to Mr W'hi.ne,. Thrs woid
ira of the mes-sge 'eft little room to
Ji'ubt that In the event 'f dem.craiic
uccc-8 Mr. Whitney crtuli have an
place wi.hin the gift of the president that
e ru:i-h". a-k for.
Hw'A SiMaparilla stands t the h'-a 1 in
Ukj roi dicir.e world, admirt d i.i prosper
;ty and envied in mirit bv thousands of
would-he competitors. It h a !rgi r
sale intn any other meJicioe. Such sur;
-!-8 could not be won without positive
Hood's Pills cures constipation by re
oeriMa'.'c action of toe alimentary canal.
Tey are the bes: famiiy cathatic.
n. A. Harlan, M. D. of the Dr- A. L
DeSouchet Rupture Cure, McVicker's
Tneatre building, Chicago, has opened an
office ia Rock Islaud, in connection with
Dr. C. B. Kinyon, for the cure of
Hernia. Children cured in 10 to 14 days.
Ailuks in oe to three months. No pay
mti! cured. No operation. No pain.
3To danger. No detention from business.
Dr. Harlan will be at Dr Kinyon's office.
Third avenue and Sixteeemh street,
Monday of each week from 11 to 1, an1
i It 4. commencing Nonday, Nov 14
wh-reall men, women end children
fH rted with Hernia, it matti rs not of
how long standing, are ir.vi'cd 1 1 call.
A cure guaracteed, Corihulta ion free.
I have been bothere with cati.rrh for
about twenty year.; I hud lost cense of
mill entirely, and I had .lmot lost my
kearing. My eves rcre getiiag so dim I
2.d to cet some one to threai my
needle Now I bsve my henrin? as well
as I ever had, and I ran t-e"1 10 thre.d n
5ce a needle as ever I did. mv sene of
smell is partly restored, and it seems ti
be im tro vine sll the tim?, I think there
is nothing like Ely's Cream Balm for ca
tarrh. Mrs. E. E. Grimes, Rendrill,
3 rry Co, O
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
True Blue Nov, 19.
Dncing at Roche's hall tonigt.t.
True B.ue at the Harper, Nov. 19
Htvcrly's minstrels Mondv n cat.
Kep your eye on True B ue. Nov. 19
Dancing school at Rjchi't hall to
Attend the dancing scho -1 at Roche's
Becjamio Founuia of Eiginton wu
in the citv tcdiy .
Tae merry military comedy. True
Ela at the Harper, Not. 19.
Htveilt's fsmoos minstrels at Har
per's theatre next Monday night
The only Hsverlv's minstrels at Har
pr's theatre next Mondav nieht.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murdoch left for
Hans -is City last night on a short visit.
Three hundred acres of land for sale
vrry cheap; s:x miles from cltf Reidy
Ber in mind HaverlT's tninstr ls give
band concert at Harper House Monday
Wanted Carpenters at Huison &
Parker, Seventeenth street ard First
A cord t:mct A jollf time! A iray time
ii True Blue at 'he Harper thea re, Sat
nrd it tvening. Not. !9.
Miss Mam Orogan left agnin this
wrk for Helena, Mont., where the will
rsnme her former position.
Mrs John Reimers returned to Chica
q-1 yesterday accompanied by M s Mae
R rdirg who will visit there a few
A letter from Jark Haverlv this morn-i.-ii:
says he expo's to be in Roct Island
Monday, and at Harper's Thestn in tte
If fou wnt something ex'ra tine for
.:rr or:ii;!i vnur homes, parlors 'r club
rKr s on any occasion, rememb-r Krell
fc Ma h have it.
Thtre are mny new faces Jin Hav.rlyV
f iaff-f-I combination since the 1 st ap-""-rKore
of thecornoany in Rock Island.
S-e t i in ncx'. Monday night.
Br t'ht festooning at 5c; a yard t Kreli
& Math's. Everjbouy could and should
cl-erri'.e at ihp prices we are selllag dec
orations. Ht Kreli & Math's.
The d ni.crats of Hampton wi'.l ce!e
fors'e the treat victory with fireworks
and t parade "onight. The democracy of
tba. place is ecthusiastic to a man.
A 10 round clove contest betwi-en Joe
FiaQTtv of Davenport and Brea tier of
Q 1 ncy is bilie I f;r Northwest Turner
bail ai Daveop tt tonight. It is fcr $100
and the Kate receipts.
Uaverly his added more talent to his
company sine? be was bere and if vou
want to spend a pleasant evening do
not f:i to be at Harper's Theatre, Mon'
Send ycur orders for game. fish, lob
sters. c'.ambs, shell and canned oysters
o tnarry tsmytnes, 18I rtc:Bd aenue.
Tt'ephone 1017. Orders for wi d tar
k-ys taken for Thatksiving.
Lnfle Lewis Wils m cf Rural was in
thj citT todiy. Mr Wiisin isoneof .he old
time demoT?s who has a risht to re
j f-.c over the election if anybody has
and be is rejoicing
A fe'.'ow who gave his name as George
Dor.neliy wag caught by Andy H hman
a clerk at Maion s Mosenf elder's store
laai n'eht in th act. of stripDing a dum
n.y of en overcoat He was turned
ovrtctbo police and will prabaliy be
tiven a r.eanng lomeat.
The U.non is evincing anxiety about
the dispensing of federal nositiois in
K ck Islana und vicinity. Natural y the
emior 01 me morning paper sees
'ii the future the pns-ible I059 of
that lucrative one which warrants him
in Hying the flte of the cus'om aous
from the fiigs aff over bis building in
:eid of the stars sod stripes Ii ili be
nere-sarv of coarse to uvve this brarch of
he yovernmert service into the new gcv-
ernmeDi. i.u iaing wi nin tne tex' Tew year?
and of course it will be eq ially proper to
ooen up in new qu-r trs with ti new man
in Cjt;c. Henc; the forebodings of the
The merry military comedy ' Tru
3 ue will be presented at Upper's
Theatre on Saturday evening, Nov. 19
under the auspices of the Grand Army of
ths Republic and the Sous of Veteians.
There wid be 100 people take part in this
entertainment and furnish the vivid ba.
tie scene ending with a b tutiful tsbl :aux
' The B ue and Gray. ' The great cmp
fdre scene with the merry war songs, the
prson scene, with the grand tableau.
the drearjj of home and the old time plan
tation scene introducing 20 hapo? ne
groes in the pastime r.eraiii.r to them in
a grand-walk around and numerous oth
er scenes down south before the v?ar.
6nd 100 young ladies will appear ia the
tableaux. True Blue is the greatest mil-
inary comedy ever written. Col. Ht.n',
its abtbor Knowing the story of the I ard
fouchi hat'.Us, he Las created hn inte-est
tb.t wi'l always bfi remembered by any
mat my visit tne pniertmnaieGt, Kill
ing h merits of the play snd its suciss
in o'her cries the commi'tte is working
hand in band with tlie msnasea.er.t to
make i's first production in Rock IaUnd
a pran i succe ss. Harner'e Theatre one
night, Saturday. N-.v. 19
I can bik'h'v recommend tr. Ri.ll'a
Cougll Svrut) for crotlD. I have nap.t it
for several years and find it the lst
remedy ever trud vrs. Hannah Morri
ICO Btwaxd 10O-
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreedjd disease that sciecce bs been
able to cure ia all its stages, and tht u
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure koown to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease. rrquire a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Ct'srrh.Cure is taken ia
ternally, acting directly nrin the Mood
and mucous surfaces of the system
thereby destrojing the foundation of tte
disease, aed Riving the patient s'fngth
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so moch faith its cir
ative powers, that they cS.it One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it fai's K
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
f35old by Drupgists, ?5c.
J. E. Montrose. Maaer
Return by special request
MONDAY, Nov, 14th,
with an entire change of Propamine.
Trrfer the p-Kiual mua?m-nto' J H-ver'v
Wm. foot. roaaa?er: the ue-t f'n-1 'be,i"
Jm-trel tr-B laion in tfte world, direct
from a t.z. mo- th'. mn ct Haverlv'i.
Tt:e b. n sins?, st The best co . i:4r. '
Tbe b t cur.cci, ! i rj, -i ui.ician-!
All ' e Oi 1 P sv r:tp Billy I? c- ? V lli'l
! ' i -m-r, Wall, Ha -
ryCon-;ar. i Arhnr Yale. Geo. T.: s. John
MrLeod. i-io, V.nmr..
No (.ri.:e o,;t a srrand fr.- own a:r V.x-A r .
c-rt ' z o'clock d ia a'H .q.-r H.jf. on 'y of
. wrAa..ic. r "-!, 1 U , 73. Oil iLd 2;.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
OXK SIGHT OKLT,
Saturday Evening, iiov. 19.
ONE LONG LOUD LAUGH!
Ia the Merry Military
100 On K IlUNOBED 100
People will appear ;n the pay ondcr the aanl
c of the U. A. R. .r.d s.ifv. openin. wiib
a r.atic revel-tl n of southern life dowo
oath before lb - war. followed by- ir,a
camp fire aort prison se n-s and
tbe most beaatifoi labeaa
. ev r presented on any ;aee
admis:on 15, S5 aniSOccn;; reae'rvel seat
without extra charge. "
rH K DAILY AKOr-s D2LTT3RED ATTOCS
"or every e-tn. nz fir lic per weet.
PRSM'-Fjrnlsbed rooms at 1403 econd
'OR RENT A ho-i-e at 2Ti Eigith and a half
avenue; lcqnire next door.
7 ANTED TWENTY KIT B JIhi r. v-
SWfct potatoes. H!H.1 unrt ..,
TiV- , o4rTn r" m aa'1 Twork. MUanCai-Hi-
g an-i Preserv Co., Milan. 1,1.
nt? ANTED f! . . . .
W . . .m'c. icut iwiv n c;an.
' ' 1',h l-Hvi,,.- b n ;--: ons havine bad I
eTD 'r:er,r in . -..ir . I
1 r. i L " ' "" ' e erre.i; call at SU.te
McCnilough b ociL. Divenport, Irwa.
a GhNTS making So 10 Jio per day the
fcvncl W ..ri i. r boq :,ol i want. K Bra I,
K enport, Ir.w.. ;y.nd il or. room 9. a to
p. m. G-Jteral aecnt wanted.
A GENTS W ANTD-WE WvNT F.RST
, " e-ai. n to niid e onr Jarir -
l-u i;(llin-jc ( o t le' c!cd. o. 1
i A'jKNT.S BO MON .Y. .N EX
- . .. -ai.e lemiory. 'nr .f- I . ..k. .-. :
MtyorconD.ry. At-.-nt-i a.'.M . ,
O0e.e,.t In ,e day cleared SSr.V). '
So ran yon.
Ca' -l'c- free. Addr-
5AFg Co- SS0-8T1 Clark -t.eet, Cincinn
. - . ' a.w aaa.. ' VvJ-A I. LU C'-ll OU1 CO I CtUVCl
hsing dodges in order to deceive the public; you will find it a decided
Saving tO bUV VOUr SDOOnS of Snnnn rlpalprs-vmir nlinfnn-rinKc rl-..
tographers and your Shoes at the
PhS lPlt?nf 0 bre glv,I away 3 2c SPon and then charge a dollar more for a pair of
Shoes, are not the style of people you want to trade with. Do not allow yourself to be humbue-
ir1 find -,i f"ct,s1muuch '?wer without sPns and photographs and our goods so fir
S?rJhat y0wWI" .. ableut0 thre? or four sPons w'th the sa&ng on every plir of shoS
A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pairbesides
our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nigol with soft coai;
wiil not gas or smoke; heavy s'eel body;
Urge ash tan Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWS.
1726 Second Ave.
Cie-ar Store and Billiard Pirior.
Alwavsonhan .the fluent brands of doTcft'C
and lmporid r.iLar A!l biand of toicco
The tore of ail ihe ball pime will be recened
L. OLOCKHOFP. PrOD.,
lrS Second Avenue.
-Base BaK Headquarters. -
a i l 1
T be Humbu
in nrdpr fn rlraw
Whoever made the assortment
of Ladies' wrappers just
placed on our counters got
mighty little for their labor.
Their loss, however, is your
gain; you are spared the la
bor of makirjg.
Lct 1 A good assortment of
dark eluded, well made,
Lot 2 Little better material,
mTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons.
AH telephone order3 promptly filied. J Telephone e. 1103. 1700 Third
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the ciiy.
Delivery wagons always on thn road. Parties desirous c?
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
same at our piemises.
ELUNROE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
JriTGood Kooms by day or night.
UXD3RHILL& GLAS3, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Some tetter ones, too. Yon
can't afford to sew, sew
sew. when mide up gar'
ments are so cheap.
More of those Ladies' Sight
But two garments to any 0139
Some late arrivals in blankets
are going at low prices; gee
the grey blankets at 125 a