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V0L.XXXIX. NO. 117
HOCK ISLAND, F "DAY, MAKCII 6, 1S01.
I fclagl Cople BJCeata,
I Ir H rfk 1 t'rft.
iWE ARE NOTHING IF NOT LEADERS
Leaders of Low Prices. Leaders of Fine Clothing.
Leaders of Latest Styles. Leaders in the Clothing Trade.
We Came to Rock Island to Stay and Stay We Will.
We brought the prices down and will keep them down; Not on Shoddy Clothing,
1 rashy clothing or Rotten clothing, but Clothing that will bear the most critical in
spection in quality, make-up, trimmings, cut, style, fit, and last but not least
The Lowest Prices and the Largest Assortment.
being the secret of n:ir ei;cc-!8. e -re -. in l t huill up a GOOD BUSINESS
aod r u!niioo, " l.ioh e ju;h deserve hb t .e
PcopltV nut, i-v v, ri hoi
Kings Of lie doing Train.
London Clothing Co.
ID ITT mi mnr.
We have stormed the
strong n-!ds of BtyltB,
rd 1 ctpturf! i's choicest
treires. Hr.-i huv plac
ed 'iliW'. spri:ii before
our ptr-iis i lie rich
remits of our time,
tlnu'.i mi i I nt
pncef 'hit i I mike
compe'i'i r fo'tver bow
and p:ep d- n i':d out
Atronii tb world's
most fin:o a njakera of
floe tiilor m e eloth
ict; hi tli'' 'brre cities,
viz: New York. Ba't -more
We absolutely control,
for this section of Illi
nois, their reduction
ant deserved reputaiion
of Sne tailor rovl cloth
in. It i h pleasure
unalloyed to wear these
They Fit Well, Look Well, Feel Well.
Talking about Coining: Have you ver noticed what widely
different garmen's tor ma e w-ar com? under this title? Every
man must have CI thirnr. but '.here are clothes and clothes.
There are clothes that t-itnply t-a isfy the demand for decent
covering, and clothes again that gratify the taste that comes with
culture and progress. By gn d rights there ought to be no cloth
ing that does not come up to th-laitr standard. Bat there is.
We do not keep it, but you have seen it with its general appear
ance of slovenliness and ill com f-rt. Yon can see that kind of
clothing every day. ft is not worth taking heme, but it is adver
tised very extensively by some dealers who make a specialty of
shoddy clothing. We have clo:hing for all classes Merchants,
Artisan?, Laborers, Ch-rs etc Vu will find no trash or shoddy
We take justifiable pr;d in saying that vt-i have no clothing
for any cla33 or occupation that w.h not in every way particular
satisfy the taste of the buyer, nni give him that sense of comfort
that is lever felt save in gj d lining, well mide clothing.
No merchant tailor
living can make better
garments. Tour inspec
We wish particularly
to draw your attention to
several Hnea of ultra
fashionable suits rang
ing from $8 to $15 So
positive urc we that they
are great bargains, that
we not only ask but wish
vou to take them home
and compare tbem with
suits coBting from $3 to
t5 more elsewhere
Many of the choicest
buyers have been thus
convitced by the above
trial. A thorough exam
ination and comparison
in price, quality of goods
and mtke up is all the
London Clothing Go.
Having (as you all know) worked hard and used great ef
forts to build up our business, we were very careful in selecting
our goods and have bought nothing but what we can recommend.
There are seme special featurt-s noticeable in our house. One is
the great variety of styles and patterns we are able to offer for
selections of the public, and we confidently believe we can gratify
and satisfy any and every b iyer. Another important feature is
prices; we have a large stock and we must uot, and will not, let
any question of "price" hinder prompt selling To be on the safe
side, we have marked prices so close that the quotation of them
will carry conviction rl cheapness to every mau or woman who
sees our goods.
Our great, Spring Suck is ready for insp-ction, every depart
ment being complete. Our larg- ntore room (which is three times
as large as any concern here) is rilled toirs utmost capacity with
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Whenever
you are ready for new Goods, come and see the
London Clothing Co.
Exclusive Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters.
Boys' and Children's Clothing.
The fruiti and flowers of
the tree of fashion for the
spring of 1891 are now on
our counters in our boy's and
children's department. We
bare well provided for our
little friends this season. The
world's workshops hsve con
tributed their best tflorts to
make our boy's clothing de-
prise and p'easure, from
prudent, economically fa.
clined mothers, who have
been in the habit of making
their boys' clothing for the
sike of saving a little money
or pavinsr immense high
prices for eoods possessioz
but a tithe of the merit that
partments a veritable temple
of fashion, to which the
youthful devotee are led by
loving bands and there fitted
out in exact reproduction of
the stjles in vogue in the
world's most cultured fash
ion centre, at prices that
cfcufe exclamations of sur-
the styles we
In fact sod In truth abso
lutely everything required
for the proper adornment of
boys and children correct
in style and right in price,
can be found at the
London Clothing Co.
Thai mux of Xmn Weber. ,
Gavly and gaylr rang tbe car moaio.
Tbe blithe, merry marie of harp and of horn.
Tb mad, rorrrj mot-kr that art a a dancing
Till over tli a midnight came dealing tbl
! tbe great hall went waring the taonm,
Wiring and. waring their red, Llta and
As the sweet summer wind came blowing and
From tbe city's great gardens aalerp ia lb
L'ndrr tbe flag, as they flnalnd and frarfrd.
I'ndcr tbe an hr and arrbes of flowers
W two and we tura fluated and floated
Into the mjrtk-al midnight boor.
And Jtwt an tbe dawn came 1 colitis and alcal
ing. Tbe Laid uf tbnee wild Weber iraltan txan:
I cma bear tbe aufl butea bow afpcJing aad
And I catch tbe faint acr&t of tbe aandal
woudfaa That Uf in your Land, iu yvar band u& mf
Aa down tbe creat bait, a war and awajr.
A. I andrr tbe Hag and under the art bra.
We daooed and we danced till tbe Uma of
lint by abould I dream o'er tbia drt-arr old
In thin cMiinting nxim do a la tLia diur' 14
Of that niglit or that moraine Ja-t ll-re at
tbe da wring.
Wbrn our bearu brat ia liate U far txA ty
What U it that bring me ibat mini uf -o-rbantmmt.
bo fragrant and frcah from oat tbe dead
That im4 for a nwuiit I'd swnar that tbe
Of Wrbrr'i m iM erallan are (till ia tujr ear-!
WW H It. indrd, in tLU da-4r oJJ a!: v.
l"Lt bring me that utbt or I Lai murtu&gia
Wii3.X U it. indrrd I Uagb tocof it
A band organ gruidiiig acmaLingold lane!
liut tnc.bTeoru;brr I caait ia tbe naraa
ure That alt uf Vu& W brr'a. and bark it all
That ntcit or tbatiir&lic.attb4Teattbe
Wl n I daiK-rd the Lut dature with tuy Crtt
and laM Camr.
ilr rirt and la-l! but who n1J U Ii xe me
If. down to thidu4r o'd alW tudaV.
Taiit tbe talk aboat vutlun. tbe ittark'( and
I !Kild auddml- turn in tome mctnrtit and
That one memurr only bad k-f I me a 1 t-lr
And graf brarded bacbtkir drcaaimg la
Wbrn tbe nigbt and tbe tnuraingm. f nxn the
du.k to the daa ui-jgn.
taccaiwl art to the taaic of Wrbtr'a ild
"Another wr-oderful diwvrrv has
bet-n made, and that, too by a 2 iy in
this country. Disease tstid Its
clutches upn Ler m fur seven tea's tbe
withstood iUseverefrU teu. r: ! t-r vital
organs were undcrmioed and ieath
seemed imminent. For tbre- tt-ti'ti rhe
couzhed incesantJy and c-iUi i,..t . Wu.
She bought of us a txtt e f Dr. Kmn's
New Difcovery for coosum -'icn .id w
so much relieved on taktcg b f r- '-c
that she lept all n!b, ! vl ne
bottle bas f-rn mirarulo-j-iT r i- .1 (trr
name is Mrs. LiiUier Lu'X " T. - rie
W. C Ilamnck & C ... -f r' N V.
Get a free bottle at lUi z & C -n'a
The transition Irmu o.rig '; rifis;
and painful sicltoos r-if i:"itb
marks an rh :n thf Uie f b ..5i virt
ual. Such a remark a'-if --tit i tr..c.
tired in memory and tin- aireocr whert-bT
iuc guoa oea.in u ttftt .ti.ioel m
gratefully blessed. Hem-- r i hat
much is heard in traise r i:.- Hit.
ters. So many feel they - L-,r rv-
toralioo to neallb. to tti- jt- ..f the great
alterative and tonic. Ifi
with any disease of kdo-j J,-.-r or
stomach, of long or shut i - ou
wHl surely End relief bT u-; .f i;.-rtric
Bitters. 8oM at 5te ntid 1 - '...itie
at llartz c DbctoV diuj rr
BCCILIM'S 1KHIO -ivi
The best salve ia the ;: r us.
bruires, sores, u!cer. a-t rh-. . rt.ri
sores, tetter, chapped atl. .
corns asd all skin cnitn ti
lively curts piles, or to j y i:n i It
is guaranteed to give , -t'. -v-f
or coney ref jnde-i. 1Vi s ,"-. ;r
box. For sale t-v n" t nt -..
R-v. II. IT PairalL D D . elii .r .. lit
Iowa Methodist. eiu.i:i. -w.
have tested the meri f EU's Cresm
Balm, and believe ti, t.t ).
courte oftreatmeot.it iJur- altttost
every esse of ctrru. f;o s -. as
class are adxted anli l.r! r.1 throat
troubles, and catarrh M--n. tt.' r inval
eot tban evr We rr- r. o iiimrr,.!
Ely's Cream B'ni - In-, h "
IUedE. a Clean; i . n. .rr r-.trti.
It rro- curt H. F. M.
A Ksal Bsiiam ia Xtas'. Ua:.am.
Tbe dictiuaerv sv. - )...-.. t.
thick, pure, arnmiic i''an c fliog
irom trees. b.rmp lUU.ri t-r the
throat and lunrs is the ir.iv rt.-i-:. rr-i.
Cine that is a real baVam M v thin.
watery cough reined i- are U-l h-!m'a
bnt sucb are not. l,k ihrmwii Im.mU
of ETemp's Balsam and ..' t ture.
tnica preparation it i. r t.u ct.ojrh
use Keam's Blfcm At .ii VimTiatc
Large bottles 5ic an ! :
One of mv children ha1 vi-r h.l !.
charge from ber noe. Ti hticin
prescnoea. out wuuout rf. c We tried
Ely's Cream Blm, aod. mu.-ii i..rur sur
prise, mere wss a marke.l inn r-v n,ent.
we continued usinr th It.lm kmt i .
short time the discharg a turt-d. O
A. Cary, Corning. N. Y.
Ccaijlsui M Dtsowsod.
Tbe Burhneton Rante P R a- r n
R., from Chicago. Peoria and 8t. Loui
ia sow completed, aod daily paseoger
trains are running through Lincoln, N'eb,
and Custer. 8. D.. to Deadwood. Also
to Newcastle. Wyoming, gleepioj car
to Dead wood.