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Rock Island Daily Argu
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 122
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1891.
I ftlngle Cosdea ft Cast.
Per IT nek IZlata.
WE 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,
Trashy 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.
TW Fans mf Ilrw4rr,
All along the paw of Urandrr,
Knll many a year mil
There tnxirrd a kk-wlrr
lieey through Lb blind in
London Clothing Co.
Geo. Pleasants is back at the office of
the Glass company after an illness of sev
eral weeks, and Chaa. Huebinger, who
had taken his place, has returned to his
home in Ottawa.
Weinburgtr & Hildebrind, the ice men .
have had a torce of men at work catting
ihe crystal substance for the past two
weeks, completing their labors yesterday.
They hare their houses well filled with
The children of the German English
school were given a jolly sleigh ride this
morniDf through the kinrinpna nf William
Hubers. Julius .Iiiticb unrt Jnhn fhi.
wtiler. who nlapprt kIp! trim at thIr Hie-
Zie G iyton, the actress, who is walking
from San FVaniarn t r Von "V.ly
reach New York in amnio timo tn -ay n tu
wa"er dpnpniiinii n nnn tko imo f v,
It is reported that the real signific ance
of lion. W. C. Collins' return from Chi
cago is the formation of a new company
of which Mr. Collins is to be the head, to
purchase the Union and make a live re
publican paper out of it.
Tonight occurs the regular monthly
, meeting of the Rack Island Citizens' Im
provement association. An important
Imatter to be disposed of will be the final
icuob on the matter of permanent rooms
pr the association .
lLovers of fine art will find a rare exhi-
"-f German, French and Italian
on exhibition and
v nuuand to,
33, 18. le. 1400
part of lot 19. 6
addition to Edri
E H Guyer, e
2. block 1. Colld
Hock Island. $21
J A Donanoo t
and swj. anil
19. 2e. nnd J of
J E Donahoo i
and sw. spJ andj
2e. and j lot 2,
6 J LiHuev
lot 9, block 2, E.i
C H Patch to
block 2. W II Ed
F M 8inntt to
cf lot 5. block 2.
tj Rock Island, d
G M Ford to E
8. block 29. old
7 William B
& Co. lot 16, bioil
48, Chicago or L
G. J. M. Col
street Sunday eel
M. and J. Heal
4, block 5, Eealej
Island 5250. I
10 H. A. J. M
Donald, part of lo
Boyle's first additl
John E. Downit
part of lot 5 and 6.
lower addition to I
March 2 Estate
Tbey Fit Well, Look Well, Feel Well.
No merchant tailor
living can make better
garments. Your inspec
V't wish particularly
to draw your attention to
fevers lines of ultra
fashionable suits rang
ing from 58 to 15 So
positive are we that they
are great bargains, that
we not only ask but wish
vou to take them borne
and compare tbem with
suits costing from 53 to
15 more elsewhere
Many of the choicest
buyers have been thus
convinced by the above
trial. , A thorough exam
ination and comparison
in price, quality of goods
and make up is all the
London Clothing Go.
being the secret of our success, we are bound to build up a GOOD BUSINESS
and reputation, which we justly deserve as the
People's money savers and
Kings Of tie doing TraJe.
Talking about Clothing: Have yon ever noticed what widely
different garments for male wear come under this title? Every
man must have Clothing, but there are clothes and clothes.
There are clothes that 6imply satisfy the demand for decent
covering, and clothes again that gratify the taste that comes with
culture and progress. By good rights there ought to be no cloth
ing that does not come tip to the latter standard. Bat there is.
We do not keep it, but you have seen it with its general appear
ance of slovenliness and ill-comfort. You can 6ee that kind of
clothing every day. It is not worth taking home, but it is adver
tised very extensively by some dealers who make a specialty of
shoddy clothing. We have clothing for all classes Merchants,
Artisans, Laborers, Clerks, etc You will find no trash or 6hoddy
clothing in our house.
Boys' and Children's Clothing.
The fruits and flowers of
the tree of fashion for the
spring of 1691 are now on
our counter in oar boy's and
children's department We
have well provided for our
little friends this season. Tb
world's workshops have con
tributed their best tfhrts to
make our boy's clothing de
re Cure for a
We take justifiable pride in saying that we have no clothing
for any class or occupation that will not in every way particular
satisfy the taste of the buyer, ani give him that sense of comfort
that is sever felt save in goxl fitting, well made clothing.
Having (as you all know) worked hard and used great ef
forts to build up our business, we were very careful in eelecting
our goods and have bought nothing but what we can recommend.
There are some special features 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 buyer. Another important feature is
prices; we have a large stock and we must not, and will not, let
any question of "price" hinder piompt selling. To be on the eafe
side, we have marked priceB so close that the quotation of them
will carry conviction of cheapness to every man or woman who
sees our goods.
Our great Spring Stcck is ready for inspection, every depart
ment being complete. Our large store room (which is three times
as large as any concern here) is filled to its utmost capacity with
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Whenevre
you are ready for new Goods, come and see the
London Clothing Co.
Exclusive Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters.
A rjr slender woman.
With a rwert. nufl fct-xtii lonroa;
A atrausrr la tb highland circa.
Feeble and pale and yon&c.
And with br simple story
She prjw-rt from di nr to done:
"lh. rift t Jttt a piece of hull.
And 1. 1 Ill's m( one mure.
"My buauH was a aailnr;
lie Lmil-l f rtn ban ban
I wast lo take lit baby borne.
ADd lay it wbrrc be lay.
"Ill lay it ua Lin tiW Utwkt.
Abd l Ltd 1U gladly cu."
And be bfM up a thin, thia Load.
At hit may sow.
Tbe rtod aatiK pft and alilU
Tin- lar Vaid Mlmtlir abm-e
Hrn Cratk tun's nucUty LUL
Tbe Awe raa like a riT ut elan.
And doakVd is '.la tidr:
Tbe CT"U ila k rami f tirattdcr
Kmw o tbe titbor ftidc
An errie r-laoa to travil tbPiadi;
Hut abe aa 1x4 aXraid
Of rtj4 or wraith, "t bea4 or nuui
""I'd too noar Owl. Jr aatd.
Tbe iti KW w Innrer. Vmgrr
Sw b r-"cr. aurt tndudi U-et'
liul Umh tt waa an Ldrlifdi bart.
1'aUrttl aad rmia and avert.
At Irupik ber srrew brawy aa lud;
The baby wokr and cried;
tfbe atofifid and fod it at ber brtaxt
I'pcm (Le lube luuur aidV.
TUm atrancrr. atraacrr tbuobta rata
into brr bead:
Sbe sw brr ruttacr dwair:
Kbe beard mrrt lJmzlttt U li himr faint
Arruvk tbe bicboKt Uuur.
I rr alct- a M-aJ! r.C o'rr tier 1 ida.
A writ -Uf w;iumit tain:
Mm- r and c lut bed hvt Uab tiLt
And tried lo aaXL acaia
Itut vi.ii luednursle. rain tbe tuiU
"It l ton late. dae rv-l.
And Imr. IV n Oraac'ban'a lofly tun
Mitm Miite anjrt'U clidr.
"Tlirv'll r the me. a i'.boct any lai k.
lu Linuitf rttnv ail bew."
fc otjc by cm u axap tbe boy .
Ilcr (urnieot off abe drew.
Warm ftbelu-red like yoonx bird in beat.
e-ne tin4 bun by a rtooc
K?lnc. Tbe mngrht alch tbe child.
I ntil tb nlchl be fabeT"
Weeplnc--If I boald aave tbee. c tiltd.
No mas wiil boa mr arorn.
Tbt-n lay down t hits on tbe kite anow.
A bare aa babe new burs.
It b n brare yoabc aailOR
lie baila rrotn tibaa bay:
11a rrar 'dame's ide. Lik tli.puiaira
So bandatieaa. buld and cay.
Bit bia rberka wiU pale td a dJ-n.
And tear mab like a tide.
If yoa name the pans of Braod-r.
Wberc bo Kirbn motbrr dt-d.
luxU Maria Makrk.
liickly. it pcrfecUj ife mod tie
Mrdlc!o known for all Cidne. t,
iMlle 8aple free.
111! Sota'-troJy hriag libt! I'r
Ftack ixjt t'j in tLi. Liim 1 trap. n j
therein rat at tbo 1t -nl Uimz it
like thcn lT. MaiiMrj' UVvLIr.
prwe tnd pieacnre, fro
pruacm economicsllj 10
clioed mother, who be
been in tbe babit of makinc
tbe:rboj' clotbint for tbe
ctke of swios; little mocey
or ptvitc .miDeoae high
l a niieitla i
but titbe cf tbe tneril tbtt
chkracterize tbe tj!es we
In fct ted in truth kbo
lately eTerjttiog required
for tbe proper adornment of
bo j i and children correct
in style and right in price,
cn be found at tbe
London Clothing Go.
la Dintaa t FKaufeatnt far Its t
The following dveruetDBt. ptibliabed
by prominent weitern patrct medid&e
Loom would iodicmte that tbey rrgri
- ciaeaa mt , panlabment fot io:
II r r-rrm . . . Do Jon wib to know tba quickest
UriLDVllrVI PfflllrVaTtocurennerereold? We will tell
am 1 "jLJ'lJU700. To curt m cold quickly, it mut be
uraicu uciore ioe cam est Decome
tied In the system. Ttls can ftlwsvt
dOBt U TOO CbOOM tO. U tllDI in
kindness to rata gives timely wtrninz
snd plsirJf ul!s yoa in ntuire's wsy.
tbkt SS ft frQOiabmtBt for noma lfiam
tion. you s re to be sfflcud wita a
unless you choose to ward it off
prompt action. Tbe Crat mu.n. ,.t
cold, la most cans, is a dry. I mhJ cocrb
sndsowr oe. Tbe coach is toon t4
lowed by profuse watery eirrctorsUoa
sod tbe sncezicz br m nrofua w.t.r i .
cbsrfe from tbe nose. la atvtre ck-s
there is ft tbin white cotioe oa tbe
toncue. What to do? It is only r
srf to take Cbamtjer:
edy in double doses every hour. That
wui creauy lessen tbe severitT of tbecoM
and in most casts win effectually counter
act ii, and care what would bare been as
severe cc Id wlLhln Mil Of ts lllll titnm
Try it and be coaviared." 50 cent tot-
ue tor sale by Uanx bshnsea. dn.
"How is your friend dsir v out in ITL.
enar Oh, he'scarryinc everyiLioc be,
fore him." "Good: what butinrtsliLe
inT LIe's a waiter in a r'auran."
Be Tsa Ceagai
Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, tbe
best couch care. It win mm
eouRbs and colds. ItwClcure aiA. i.
the chest. It wUl cure iafiuenzs and
bronchitis and all diseases pmataiee to
the lungs because it is a pure balsam.
Mold it to the light and see how clear and
thick It la. You will see the eioeileat
effect after takinc the trst dose. Lrre '
bottles SO and fl.
The Tifty -first coBRreMhsd a quorum
whe U died, yet died without decorum.