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Bock Island Daily Argu
VOL. XXXIX. NO. no.
ltOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S91.
Magte CVnle. Oat.
I'rr Uftk IZ'tteata.
Mill. Not lirL.
rhfe hi nn tinner. noletloy. uo fata
t an ctn-tiraviit. can Li-jdcr or mnt rul
Tlic firm mult e of a drlmuitM-d buuL
"ilfueoiint f 'f nnthlnr. m ill alotie i mt
il i.intr sive way bt-fore it, mm or late.
What olmta !c ran rtnv I'ji- Oiii:Ltf lv
Of the eea art-king ri v-r In li eourx
Or raoiw lite awendinj: orb .f dajr to a ait?
Earb wrll born mail tnat a in a bat it d rr ea.
Vet the f'l prate uflutk. The furtunata
Id la a je -arn-t purine vevrr turrrni,
Whose alixhtrvt artion or inarthm aerrea
The one irrvat aim. Why run death ataads
AD'I aaJU an hour aumcliiKa fur sorb a ill.
When we will be ready to announce the date of
Our Great Spring Opening!
Every day for the last four weeks large in
voices of goods have been arriving. Our large force
of clerks have been busy unpacking, marking and
placing them ready for inspection. We have left
nothing undone in selecting our first spring purchase
for Rock Island, and are confident that our spring
line will be unexcelled. We pride ourselves partic
ularly upon the
Style, Workmanship, Fit and Quality.
In justice to yourselves, wait and watch for our
grand opening, examine our exquisite line and satisfy
yourselves of the artistic merit and low prices of our
Our hat and furnishing department will com
prise the latest novelties.
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
A REVISED VEHSJON.
Bernhardt' Adipose Sulcata a ra Hrm
Tbe intelligence thai Earnhardt is
growing rtut has attract"! its (Autre of
attention, aul baa eagg.-ted probabil
ities for the arranger and adapter that
should make him glow with satisfaction.
Mr. AuguMin Daly ham't Lad a more
brilliant opportunity in years. The end
ing of thy play could bo Cxed np some
thing like this:
I'amiUe Arnuuid! Tua arc come, bat it la
Armand Oh. Camllle! yon mtit oof epra of
lialh. Tbllik of the vlta of Loj Ibat tbc
Kurb lymph opened fur yon.
1'amiUe Ilclar.' It watlbelrmphthat fabaUt
Ira alTajrra. (Surirt y French fur "did tba boat
neaa.") Let tbe world remember tmj aafleriasi
and forsrt my fault.
Are-uiad Camilla, bat yon ma4 lira for ma.
Vuvi canot be on tbe venra of roar i1m ,
lIo-..j:ly. Camllle, fan dfial kak It.
fxnj.i LJuledoroa kwmU tbc real train.
1. Caring notbinc fur tnj ft, I Itmnn
rrir.rtnd victim of tbe lrmpb habit. Laiok
at inc. An 1 not roboalf JLL1 1 am Car trun
im ini a eonaamptire.
Armand ruurrnurm aometbiac la brofcea Ea-fli-h
tbat tbe audience cannot oaderataad.
C'amille Here, lax tbia lymph taa. It a ill
br a auarenir wbro I mi
At this point there are seTeral path
which may be taken by the dramatirt.
Caiuille may be made a glittering adver
tuemeut for an aciti-fAt company, and
everybody live happy afterward; aba
may expire in aa apoplectic attack,
mangling the curtains with her teeta
and raLrin dost from the f ami tore amid
great applaase. Or f be might be allowed
to po on with tbe lymph until ahe gets
to be fat lady in a dime nowam,
whither Armand in his devotion follows
her as the tattooed man. There are aa
indefinite cumber of possible endings,
any of which mig-bt be made efiectire by
a good haud at adapting. Washington
Uo Thanked Ilia.
A horse attached to a bng,ry came
rnnning down Ci rani Hirer aveuae the
other day lickety-cat, and a pedrvtrian
ruhed oat, seized the trailing hurA, axid
after bring Cang down and dragged
through the mnd a hundred feet he
brought the animal to a tlandgtilL
Then he led it up to a lot, peked xxp
the whip and cushions, and ha-1 jast got
everything shipshape when a fat rn
walking very leisurely and walking a
cigar, came along and took poKawaioa.
"So it was your horse?" aked tLe mud
"Yes my b 'rap. Out away from my
bouse on Fourth avenue."
"Oh, 1 wasn't worried anr. I knew
that somebody would stop hita sooner or
later. There's some of that xurl alwars
around, you ltnowr
And as be drove off without another
word the ThiLanthrotint took off Lia
overcoat, gazed at the ruin wrought, and
ana to tbe crowa wnich Lal collected:
"I own risht on. cenllemen. Tra
from Fool town by the Eot direct router
lA-rroit l- ree iTeas.
It was in a crowded Columbus arena
car that tbe following Laconic conversa
tion occurred, which canned a brblc
laugh, although tbe (rentleman ia the
case had no intention whatever of being
"lunny. lie g np and offered Lis
cat to a Lvlr who was standing.
"Don't ri-e." said be.
"Ltut I Lave," said Le. X2iloa Times.
NaaUeal Ulood la tier Triaa.
"Ton may tit ia tbe rtern of tbe boat
and work the tiller. Miss CiaawrU." said
the young man avs Le took tbe oars, if
yon think yon can steer.""
"I guess that wont be bard to do." re
sponded tbe iroud young beirosa. !
bare of ten beard mammi say the era ud,
tbe ocean ia the steerage." Chicago
Aarbar.d far Iter pa.
Teacher Miss Blitbersofae, why dost
joq riM for your recitation?
Mias Eolliaoo Please, ma'aa.' ah
cant. She's been sUIbx 00 ber 1
RrV. II. II FalrlL D. D editor at tha
Iowa Methodist- sa ditiwiall. "W
bsve tested tbe inrnts of Elj's Cream
Balm, and belits that, b tborouga
court of treats, it will ran slawst
every cas of catarrh. M lets-era. aa s
aass are 112 04 nt& trad and ttroat
troubles, and catarrh seems mora prrral
eat ttsa tver. We casern recommend
Ely's Cream Bt'm too li :t'j."
1 used Elf's Cream Balm tor dry catarrh.
It rrored a cure B. P M. Weeks.
"Dsbil makes IM s&aa - bnt tLa ninth
-part of a man mtket tbe babiL