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VOL XXXIX. NO. 49.
ROCK ISLAUD, SATURDAY . DECEMBER 13, 1SS0.
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The London's Great Seqop Sale began this morning at 8
a. m. and will last a short time only as snch bargains are '
bound to be gobbled up.
The old saying that:
"THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS THE EATING THEREOF,"
can be readily exemplified not only by, the unheard of low prices, but to further prove
that this Is a bona fide sale we' below mention plainly the manufacturer's name from
whom this great stock was purchased, viz; Goldsmith, Klaw & Co., 99-101 West
Third street- Cincinnati, Ohio.
Bed Room Bats.
" Parlor. Suite,
"" .Carpota. Curtains. Eto
RE KOTT COUPLETS.
. XXCtU ul see ear Um.
No. W3, 103 and 107 Etit Second Bt,
Cash is King! Pluck is Courage! Push is Enterprise!
With the above combination the London won the day arid carried off the great prize at 55c
on the dollar. You know what 55c on the dollar means; it means goods retailed at 20 per
cent less than manufacturers' cost, or from 45 to 60 per cent less than regular wholesale
A MERCILESS MASSACRE, OR IN PLAIN WORDS,
BANKRUPT S ATjE
113 West Second - strqet,
ALL XCTDI OT tkVlt CHTLDUtn
Pass the news along the line! Proclaim it from the House-Tops! Publish it on the
In Plush, etc., at bargains never. cffeJwd,b!ora. Will be
. closed out In th next two weeks. Price rang from
- $1 UPWARDS.
Will fit persona of all age and altea. . Dallpg
Highways and By-Waf s! That never sfiice Adam delved and Eve spun were such bargains " ' n
in Tailor-Made, Body-Fitting, superbly Trimmed Suits and Overcoats placed within the 60 Per Cent off the Wholesale ;PriC0S.
people s reach by Such a wholesale sweeping cut in prices. The entire stock of Men's Over- - " - " - cttXAT B1BqAprs-
coats and-Suits of "Goldsmith, Klaw; &CoM 99-101 West Third Street Cincinnati, OhioI - - - tTHE; qline wAQOii ,
(one of the largest Clothing Manufacturers in America) was closed out at 55c 6n;the dollar
to Mr. Leveen, one of the proprietors of ithe great l. nHH',
The goods are unpacked and marked ready for inspection. Don't buy an overcoat or a suit of any one at any price until yOu havex
amlned this great stock. We guarantee a savins: of 50 to 75c on the. dollar.
ATXENJ) THE LONDONS GHREAT SCOOP SALE.
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saves Ker tune and her kkor,
iMit saves h Ker tune and her ktor;
ff And die'H fmi.1 her clothes wilh
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SnccB8or to AdamBon& Ruick,
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing prompt'y done.
-Second Hand Machinery bought, Bold and repaired.
PRACTICAL HOLIDAY GOODS.
A ai.tropoll tan Tngady. '
The QDwritten tntcediea of New York
would transcend in interest the history of
Napoleon. The otbt r day Mrs. Bergen and
her husband and th ailiDg baby went to
Kocfcaway liwich fot uu afternoon airing.
As they alighted (1 am the train at the
beach, Mrs. Bergen looked down at the
face of her baby and saw that it was dead.
She atified the' mean that rose uncon
sciously from her stricken heart, because
she was afraid the t.uthorities would take
her child away. Neither did she tell her
husband the awful news. All the after
noon she carried th little Inanimate body
around on the sands, choking back the
tears, answering her husband's gay chatter
with sobs. But aha did not reveal her
awful secret. Now And then she stole a
wistful look at U.e whit f&os resting
against her shoulder. ' At last the long af
ternoon's sgony ws over and they reached
the door of the now desolate home. As
they entered the ho isethe stricken mother
"Tom. iseme s u aar' ana ieu upon me
door with the child in her arms. Ernest
Jarrold in -Now lo t Journal. :
Is CoasaaapteB Incurable ' "-;
Read the following: Mr. O. H. Mor
riB, Newark, Art, asys: "vv as aowa
with Abscess of Lunirs, and . friends and
physioUns pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, sm
now on mv third bottle, and able to over
see the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made." " '
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had It not been for Dr. King's Sew
Discovery for Consumption I would have
died of lune troubles. Was Riven up by
doctors. ' Am now ia beat of health."
Try it. Sample bottles free at Harts A
Bahnsen s arufc store. -
. .i-i n,tr.a A nam it neces.&rv
Ooze. Swede Kid, Russian Calf and Plush.
In all the modern styles and shades.
Iiiklncer. x)iressiaB of Orl.f. .
A hearty grief s seldom expressed in
"ahs" and "ohs" a id "alases." "Alas!" is
oarticulurly objecti onable. It is only mawk
ish. affected sentiu entalistswho make use
of it. It does not llong to the vocabulary
of the heart. One often meets with it in
dramatic literature tor it la .of the stage,
stagy. ben tne bnrotne of a trageay is
informed' that soiaebody nas pouonett or
nut a few Inches ol cold steel Into her lover
or brother or papa she shrieks, swoons, and
on coming to a I ttle, "alaai" is generally
her "cue" the ke -note of a tedious com
plimentary notice of the virtues oltneae
ceaeed. But we' venture to any that no
reader ever bean, the exclamation front
the lips of a sin ere mourner. "Helasl"
from which we d rive our word, is, to -be
enre, a common tr sculation In France, but
then all the Fret ch world Is a stage, and
all the men and omen more or leas play
ers. Even in Ids extremest misery a
Frenchman is abrays dramatic, and when
be dies a violent death, either by his own
hand or anybody else's, it is usually in
fifth act style. Nsw York Ledger.; W
THB VERDICT OXASIMOCS.
W. D. Suit, druggist. Bippus, Ind,
testifies: 'I can recoramead Electric
Bitters as the 'very best remedy. Every
bottle sold has Riven relief in every ease.
One man took six bottles, and was cored
of rheumatism of ten years' standing
Abraham Hare, druggist, BellvUle. Ohio.
affirms: ""The best selling medicine I
have ever handled In my twenty years'
experience, m Electric Bitters. TUou
aud Of others bay added their testimo
ny, ao that the verdiot is unanimous that
Electric Bitters do cure all diseasea of
the liver, kidneys or blood. Only a halt
a dollar a bottle at HarU & Bahnsens
. . BCCXLKX'a ABNICA aALVB.
Tbj beat salve in the world for rata.
bruisoa, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, f ever
suies. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all akin erupUoDS. and posi
tively cures pUaa, or no pay required. It
la guaranteed to giva perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Frioa So ceata prt
box "For aaw bv Harts a Babneen.
'., Canes are the only sign of support
some welMiiesMd young men show.
Squirrel aud Owls Fight.
The home of tieseowls has been from
immemorial tin r in an aged elm that
graces the front yard of one -of the old
mansions in our i own. In a hollow caused
by the breaking off of a large lim the
owls have takes up their abode. Three
winders ago somt squirrels took possession
of the same tree rod waged coutiuual war
with the owls.- T he latter maintained their
rights and the -xmtescraa hotly carried
on until, ineau ronslr,,!htf owla fook ;a
fancy to spend tl e day oat a-visltins;. The
squirrels seized t their opportunity11 And
stopped the hoi i. iulLot sticks, twigs and
even branches cf considcule sie, which
they drove lu so firmly tlur atih storms
of the succeedin winter did noc dislodge
them. For that year, then, the ow&Lve
It np and made cheir home elsawheMj
they are back at hi prawnt wrtnnc, K .
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- ASVtuK t UOTUXUM.
Are sou disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by sick child anSarlng and
crying with pain or cutting teetnr if so,
send at Once ana get a ootue ot - sirs
Wtnslow'a Soothing 8yrup for chlldrea
teethln.r,Ita value la Incalculable, it
will relieve tba poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. it enres uysen
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Musicians are parucuiariy
liable to throat troubles. In
fact, it is the one enemy -whose
ba'eful presence they most fear.
A. Blight cold soon attacks the
bronchial tubes, - the air pas
sages the langs become inflam
ed, and then the unfortunate is
either obliged to desist, or if he
attempts to Blag, or play, he
does so at the risk of damaging
himself irreparably in the
future. ToN all such Reid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure is invaluable. It contains
no opiate, so that it d ies not
deaden the organs, and there is
no fear from an overdose. Peo-
pb suffering from a painful
cold have taken a whole", bottle
full in a few minutes, not only
with no deleterious effect, but
with absolutely beneficial - re
sults. Mr. Lem H. Wiley, the
popular manager of the Grand
Opera House and of Sylvan
Park, In Peoria, is as well qual
ified to judge of the merits of a
medicine for the lungs and
throat as any one. ' He eat s,
"Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure is the best thing
that 1 every trid. It will cure
a cold or any difficulty with the
lungs quicker than any other
remedy I ever saw, and it leaves
the person in better condition.
I would not be without it."
This testimony of Mr. Wiley's
is supported by thousands of
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nhTatctaaa in , the Ualted Bute, and ia
for sale bf alt flrc-rta tiurochout the
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musicians everywhere who have
had an opportunity to try it.
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at once, clears the thrrt and
enables the ilcsr to pcrfum
bis part without trouble. -
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