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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMJiEK 10, 1892.
A Number of Pleasant Society
MBS. F. CDENOIANS SEECEPnOS.
A Brilliant Affair Lut Xlght-A Honar.
warming and Reerfrtion at the Harnhart
Bnmf on Eighth Avenue Wedding Ann'.
Ttry taut Evening A X umber of Other
Social Gatherings. - "' '
An elsborite reception was siven by Mm.
F.C. Denbmnn at te hat diome home en
Twenty-aiiih street last evening to ber
friecdi of the tri .cities. The in'.er'.or
decoration were Terj elaborate and a
large, number were received during the
een'og. Caterer Kre'.l A Math ser?ed
the refreshments and the all air on the
whoU wm decidedly a pleasant one,
Happy Wddlag; Anniversary.
Jj&ejh McQiaid and wife were most
agei bly surprised at their new home
Oq S'i eyecue between Twenty-seventh
and Ta-ea'y-etyhta streets by a lanre
D'imhfr of their friends last night
Yesterday beiorj the tenth anniversary
of their we Ming their friends assen.bed
at the huns of Miss Kate Kelly on i'o
line arenas and proceeded to Mr. and
Mr. M-Q i ;id's house, where they took
possession. It wis alio the occasion of
a house-warming, they having not long
as;1) moved into a handsome residence
j it built The company brought wrh
fbern many tokens of rernembnnce ac
P'opriate la the occasion aad during the
e cn'ng a fine supper was sc:vei and
8 veral h. nr.-. wjre sp; n' in dancing atd
ucitl Da-t'-'m"S. Tne alTair was a p'ta -ant
cue in every respect.
limine Warming Kerrptinn.
Oae of the pleasant events of a Racial
nature of the pits: few days w-s a house
wannin; an J recep ioi at the remodeled
resld.cc of O A. IWoh-irt aad wife on
E'.ghtu ate:u:e on F.idy las'. A large
number a'.Urded and were Laai'somuly
The youris; Kaiea of Si. fcUrf's church
who assisted at the fair will be given a
party in their honor at Turner hall to
night for which invitations have been is
sued. Iavitati.ios have been issued by the
Mignonnct'e cljb, a new organiza'ion of
young 1; die, for a social party at
Roche's hull tomorrow night.
FARMERS' ALLIANCE CONVENTION.
The National TSody Meets at Memphis to
Tipe Thiugs Off.
Hemphis, Tenn., Nov. 16. All of the be
lated delegates to the national convention
at the Farniei-s" Alliance arrived yesterday
afternoon, among them H. E. Taubeneck,
of St. Louis. After the opening public
meeting of the convention had closed yes
terday the delegates reported to the com
mittee on credentials and no further work
was done dueing the afternoon but the re
ceiving of various reports. The delegates
snent the evening looking over the fight
U.r office in the organization.
Ka II open for 1806.
Among the remarks that were cheered i
at the Open sesnion, especially by the Topulist
members of the order was one made by j
Iresideiit Loucks, that things had gone I
very well for thorn Nov. 8 and would go
better in lSiJO. A session was held last ,
uight an-1 Ixtucks delivered hia annual ad
dress. In the course of his remarks he ex
pressed hints If as highly gratified with the
stae of the order, which, he thought, 1
vonld do great things in the campaign of
Marriage of an Actress.
Ni:w Yoiik, Nov. 16. At St. Thomas' '
church yesterday noon the actress Agnes
liuntingtou was married to Paul Drennan
Cravath, son of Itev. E. M. Cravath, presi
dent of the Fiske university, Nashville,
Tenn. Itev. Wesley Brown officiated at
' I have used Salvation Od in mv fam
i!v and fiud it to be a splendid liniment,
lire Eil Journey, 723 6-h st . Ports
is the greatest blessing ever offared child -U:.tr:og
women. I have been a midwife
m-ioy years, and in each case where
Mother's Friend has been used, it has ac
complished wonders and relieved much
suffering. It is the best remedy for rising
of the breast known, and worth the price
far that alone.
Mbs. K. A. Ekbwsteb.
Bradnald's Female Regulator
Ptiould he used by the vung woman, she
w'jo suffers from any d s'.r Icr peculiar to
:r sex, an1 at change of life is a power
ful "tile; benefits ail who usi it. Sold
b Hart &, Bthnen.
I have been buthere with catarrh for
atitit twenty yeir' ; I hd logt sense of
t :i:ii! entirely, and I had alaiOJt lust my
fcHnrin. My eyes were geHing so dim I
I. d to Cet f-ouie one to threat my
i.eidle Now I bnve rohearing as well
i.- I vcr had, and I can te1 to thread as
too a needle as eer Idid. mv sen-e cf
fur-il is partly restored, and it seems to
be. im oroving all the time, I think there
i - Ot ing like Ety's Cretro Bilm for ci
( r Mr.. K. E. Grimes, Re.odri!l.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; N Alum.
Used in Millions of. Homes o Yejirs, the Stenckxd.
TALK OF A PENSION DEFICIENCY.
Ha urn Says That 836,000,000 I. a rrepos
terna Kipn re.
WAsnixo.TON, Nov. 16. Commissioner
Riium, of the pension bureau, in sn inter
view yesterday on the start-merit made in
regard to the heavy pension roll and the
large deficiency that would have tc be met,
said that the assertion that a debt ioney ot
f3G,000,000 would have to be met -vas pre
posterous, as the workings 'of t'.ie office
could not elevate it to that figure. While
the pension roll is on the iucreji.se now,
owing to the new laws, it wmld, he
thought, rejeh a maximum figuie in two
or three years and then a decrens-e would
Treasury mta It at Sl.,000,000.
General Rattm said he could not perceive
that he was in any way to blamr- for the
pension legislation, as he was only an exp'u
tive officer and had to be gnidal by the
laws of congress. The deficiency on this
account as stated at the treasury depart
ment will reach about atS.OiKI.Of 0. Gen
eral Raum was not at liberty to discuss his
estimates for the next fiscal year, as the
figures will be a part of his annunl report,
which has to be submitted to the s-ecretory
of the interior before it will I made
Will Not Abandon Dnrhesne.
Washington, Nov. 16. The order re
cently issued by the war department
abandoning Fort Duchesne, Utah., ft post:
near the White River Ute reserva ion, bHS
been suspended at the request of the interi
or department, and the settler? in that
section of the country, pending an investi
gation to be made by an army officer ns to
the advisability of removing the troops
from that post.
Meeting of the Cabinet.
WAsnrXGTOX, Nov. 16. All the iwmVrs
of the cabinet were present yeste-diy ex
cept Attorney General Miller and Secretary
diaries Foster. The cabinet ha 1 under
consideration various appointnienis -wlif-re
E-Governor Porter' t'::rcrs'
Waskixgton, Nov. tc. -Ex-(
Porter's successor as minis; r to 1
lie William Totter, of Pc.hit1v
having been so appointed bj ther
1'rairie I'irps in Colorado
DEXVTCR, Nov. 1(5. rrairie fir
done great damage in eastern
within a few days. They are still
fiercely. Thousands of acres c
pasture in Kit Carson, Lincoln ac
hoe counties Lave been burned
tiie settlers h;we lost a;, their sta
aad straw. Stany barns have also
stroyed and much stock lost.
They 'Would Advance Worn
Mkmi his, Nov. 16. The Natior
ciation for the Advancement of
Women held its first regular session v
over which Mi-s. Julia Ward 1
openiug leney, of
sided. Mrs. Howe delivered the
address and Miss Kdnr.h E. C.
Itoston, folli.tvtd with a paper er
Talk On Art," A nuiuber of otL
Trjinj; to Starve Uiniseir.
Windsor, Out., Nov. 16. Anderson
Yeney, a colored man awaiting trial for
wife-murder, is slowly starving to death at
the jail. A week ago he refused nourish
ment and since then he has nottasted food.
Veney has reduced his weight seventy-five
pounds and is a living skeleton.
Eusey gives not i-je tli.-.t he will contest
the election of Cannon in the Fifteenth Illi
nois district. .
Chevalier de St tiers, the minister of the
Netherlands to France, whose wi fe recent
ly procured a divorce in South Dakota,
Snd immediately remarried, says that un
era recent decision of the liutch court
his former wife will be arrested for bigamy
if she enters Hulhu-d.
Max Newman, a non-nnionist riill hand
at Homestead, shot and almost instantly
killed a fcllow-workm.iu in the buuk house
of the Carnegie steel a because he
thought his victim v;;s a striker attacking
him in bed.
D. P. Thompson, of Portland, Or., has
been tendered ibe appointment as minister
to Turkey to succeed Solomon 11 rsch, re
signed. Loubet, the French eo?ialist who was
liberated after servii.g .ie year of a six
years' sentence for rioi'iig at 1'ourmies,
has been elected a councillor Koubai,
beating a Conservative caudidate by a vote
of to 1.T00.
During the month of October tiere were
only 4,691 steerage passengers landed at
New York, the lowest number sinje 1S7T.
Charles A. White, of New York, who Is
charged with stealing tTO.OoO worth of
bonds and securities from his wife in Chey
enne, Wyo., has been admitted t bail in
Ariel Meinrath, a Kansas Citv broker,
having branches in Chicago, Boston and
other eastern cities, turned over all his as
sets to banking institutions to which he
Miners of the Springfield, Ills , snbdis
trict held a meeting and formnlat -d a scale
of 45 cents per ton gross weight and a.25
per keg for powder, coupled with a demand
for weekly pay. If this scale s not ac
cepted within a week's time by the opera
tors a general strike will be ordered.
The Duluth Gas and Water coir pany has
been served with notice from the city coun
cil of that cit r, that one year f roir date the
city will purchase its plant at the ippraised
valuation. The city has fsOO.OH) bonds
voted for this purpose one year a'M.
United States Marshal Bartlett has been
removed from oflice and ordered to leave
the Pine llidge (S. D.) reservation because
he predicted au uprising of the Moux In
dians. Obituary: At Louisville, Ky.t Senior
Bishop W. II. Miles, of the colored Metho
dist church, aged 65. At Galena, nis.,
Andrew Jennings, aged 77. At Malone,
Ills., Edward D. Worstell.
B. F. Rollins has absconded w th $a,0M
from his employer at Greshara, Or.
The report that Governor Fif. would.
Thanksgiving Day, pardon Oaot-r Hetibe,
the anarchist, is denied.. .
ICO Rtward tlOO.
The readers of this pirxr will be
plee?d to k-brn that there is at leist one
dretd d dis.-a-ie that science h ts been
able loctiri in all i's stsg-x, aod ihtt i
catarrh. Hall's Caisrrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the mediojl fru
ternity. Oitarrh beiDg a constiiu-ionnl
disetfe. ti O'lire a constitutional treat
ment. Haii's G'sturrh Cure is taken io
ternlW, arttog directly upon the blood
snd muC'ius surfaces f lbs syti m
hereby destroying the foundation of in
iisfiiSf. atd K'viD; the patient 8r?ntl
by buiidir.g up the constitution aad as
sistina nature in doing iti work. Thi
uro! r etors !ive so much fNiili in its ur
t'ive power?, that they ffjr Oj Hun-n-d
Dollars fr anv cas that it fals tr
Mire. S -ud for list of testimonials.
Addr. es F. J CHENEY 4 CO..
. u Toledo, O.
5"iold ry: Drus g:8a, T5c.
Kfw York policemen to the naaber of
8,669 have received their short billies and
whistles, and there wilt be no farther use
of the "night stick" by the force of that
J. E. Montrose, Maniger.
oss MOHT CKLT.
Saturcay Evening, Nov. 19.
ONE LONO LOUD L1UGQ!
Ia the Merry Military
Cornt dy entitled
100 Onk IlL-Nr-REn 100
Peiole will Bjipear 'n the p'ay n-ulrr tic auni
C( a of ih'- W. . 1. a: d S. of V. o-,onini? w iili
a r-B'lct'c rTelKtl.in of Fn ittnTii life down
'iiU'i bt fore the wr, fallowed by t!ie
e;T,p C-e aipl l'Mcnn sc ms and
tbe niit b a:ti'ol 1 ihcua
i v r ore- n ed nn ar.y utape
Mni;'on 15. 35 anlSOcints; reneryel g at'
witlioai ix.ra eha'e.
r.HR daily akgi's dsi.ivkkkd attoum
i. door every eeuins lor lSc per week.
jToiTKET-A bo e t 2yiTFif!.:li auU a half
I avenoo; ltqnirc m xt door.
!TT ANTED A COMrETENT C.TOK. Arp:.Y
I to Mr Xerrfe Rmjm fie'd, ZJO Tenth ttreet.
OH RENT Ft'IiN STRK LOOM T ' ONE OF
Iw.ilaii,!.. Aptly ia the fo.-cnoon at 1110
Third av, cue .
' XTASTED -SITt ATIOV A R GRtrERV
I v el rk. Five ytara' evrrr:cnce. A-.2iet
505 Se'intb t reet.
WANTED TW EXTY-KIVK GIBI.3, NO
ewuft potatoes, ateai:y oik for three
weeks. Warm ro m atiad-ywork. i-.iian C'an
liii g and Preeerv ngCo., Vil.in, Hi,
Kj ANTED Earn.nr, intel'ljrent lady f.rj estab-
hh a ?ool paying hM'n; one li.iviog had
experience In a sxk r oia pre'erred: call at suite
S, McCnllongh block. Iaveniort, Iowa,
GENTS makiTi $S to 10 per dav feline the
Klertrical Wonder boo hoi 1 ant. 5l! Krdv
ftn-et, Davenport, Iowa, second floor, room 9, 2 to
p. m. General aent wanted.
GENTS NTn WK WANT FTRST
.' c!a.-! travrUni ta'p-mt n to hnndle our lnbrt
nrati Ofiilfi and prtafe a lir.c. Colombia
Jil ag durease Co . Cleveland, O.
xtTO 15 TEH DAY AT II 'ME. SELLING
C'- l.i"h"in- Plnt.-r d 'n jewelrv.
nitiiep. tan cware. .vr. f.aueihe nnestorjrw-elrygoo'a-n
w onall kii'ds ot meta!, wi-h tolil,
ilv-r or nirbet No expericure No capital,
liverv l.oui tins tnorls nerd tie t'la'inj.
ii. iv. k.lju & cO., a;ucr.bu3. 1)
VTOricS )? A HVICATIGN FOKToLt. I-.OAD
To all whom it rany concern :
- "t w mi' nnaiTfiLTi o.ine
irnry Till Uos J omnanv. a r-w ,r-..... -
t ie next eesmon r ft enun'v board of 'he
ouu.y o li ck I lan'i, !n the Hate of !lm"is. to
e he d in the court hotie t nildinc in the city of
no kl lnd. in mi. I co;;ntv, on the lath day .f
e ember, A.D. 18H2, pe i;"i i a rt ani-ly to th--ai
d conntv hoard 'or leave to eslaliili-h a (rrav. l
ol. road f rem the Illinois end or i he briri of th.
Mn-caiii e Bndje Cenipany acn-sfttic wiHrisfippi
river at M.oraiinc, low j, wrid ih rice mnr.inv n
a -ontie asterl, direction aors tlv low ln,d to
the hlnffh, to connect wtth a pwlilic hifrliway lca-'-evar
aid h:iiiT.commnniy kt.owu as tnc ".lli
noisvinv ro .-d," and to locate mid toll road on
pur lens of th pti ili - hihwa heretofore exiBtinj
cms i-aid low land, at which time ai.d i li es you
can appear and heard if von aee Qi 'o do o.
Diied ut Kork I-land. 111., November 14, A.D.
lS'.r ' RUKV T d.l. I to A 1) Ui ) 4 P a N Y.
hwtrKT Wju.i;b, Atl'js for (aid Dmrj Toll
lfo.-.d '"on pan-.
50 Cents a
5Q CENT.fthoe Saie.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nlht with soft evil;
wiil tot 2 -8 or smoke; heavy steel bodv;
'atge ash tan. Cull m i carmine this
wort'erful stove fo.'d by
New styles oi
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Ci.sar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always od hand the fluept brands of doroeptlc
rtid iinpfir.-d risara. All brands of tohscco.
Tlie core of all Vne ball gamua will be received
L. GLOCKBOFF, Prep.,
1S0S Second Avecnc.
We make a specialty of
tv -,11 1 j
WC Ldll fll I llfail STl
r a u ivuucivj katirvi upi, CII1U111U iillU ovu
venir" sales silly; this includes ladies' kid and grain shoes, men's heavj
working shoes, misses and children's kid and grain shoes. A lot of ladies
rubbers at 17c; 200
But one pair of shoes
17. Doubtful as to
a. m. You may never have another opportunity
shoes at Fifty Cents
Special attend n is cited to
five new numbers of ladies'
Sid Gloves jifet arrived
1 Onr Duc')083 blacks atid
colors, extra quality for
2 Latosca blacks and color?.
be3t value we ever had,
S5?"Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman &; Sons,
A5l telephone orders promptly filled. I Teltpbone N. 1103. j 17U) Tcird
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always
uaving mera stop at tneir
same at our pi em j sea.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER EST CONNECTION.
55"Good Rooms by day or night.
OMDBRHILL & GLS3, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Aen's
Fine Shoes, hi
J - . . . ww .
rr T-i 4 . , . .
I fiWi miniF-"1 m' 1 hilT1JriVt'ii
ITT I IIIC L'nrtrL'C "honimf " U" 4 "rmin
pairs bojr's shoes, sizes 12
to each customer; none
there being any left after
a Pair. Be.on time! Grab them quick!
Clothing and Shoe House
c fflRE BROS.
-liairitz a sp'eiidi-- musn,,;.
4 Chamoise, very good,
-Xew assortment ia our b9t
Dreesed and Uudreasfd
Glo eluding ton
high colo , ecarJet, blue
on the road. Parties desirous c?
residences, will please notify
DeRUE Sz ANDERSON.
1706 Second Avenue.
one pair of a kind
w J vv. Uil lUU J L 1 1 W T V- v f
. . J
to 2, worth $150, at 7fcl
before Thursday, NovemJxd
this date; sale opens at 2J
to buy ladies' and men
in Rock Island Count