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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEK 7. 1891.
Great Autumnal Sale
During Fair Week,
LEW FALL AND WINTER DEY GOODS AND CLOAKS.
Sale Opens Tuesday Morning-Continues to the End of the Week.
U Dress booas, jew onus, iw uoaics, JNew urs, JNew Underwear, New Hosiery, New Gloves, New Ribbons, New Blank ts,
New Flannels, New Linens, New Prints and Gingham?, New Dress Trimmings, New Umbrellas,
New Rubber Cloaks, New Shawls.
In fact we will open to the public Tuesday morning a "Brand New" stock of every line of goods we carry and offer in each department great leading bargains,,
hu? have eleaned from the Eastern market during the three Dast weeks. Soace onlv iwmits us to mention a small rwrpntncrp of th? arp.it linp that will
l J k - v w ii v u n iti
reajv when the sale opens.
Dress Goods Department.
rt 1 ... ! V, ; lota nf ekarloa O n la tk i i e 11 1 v 3 vtfiAA -vs i
IV w :s Tricot, good line of colors. It's the sams quality of Tricot that
.: i3 ! ! In dI! nns an rrrck tt anil V--. tr n m trfn md TT nn.
liive Dt?eD soia in cuy i
... it . j . 1 J . I -
ft jj-inch Ltilies ciolD, wen assortea anaaes. aiarsiii vaiue is 03;. v e
'rulv lUU pieces ana securea inem away oeiow tueir iarssi vaiue.nence me
IV N'Ttli'T P.aid flmne's; a very desirable lot, good patterns and colorings.
;tiii 45c m-iKe an inexpensive, but desirable puttern.
y-lane of N ivclitv Hair Piaid Suiting, similar in effect to dollar goods
;.7e fi me f xcellent tilings in new Black goods nn sale in both Henri--r-'!,ie4.
A line of XivIty stripes will be mtrked 533 per yard.
W.Z lent ws Live lue uae ui uuu ariau iwuirs auu -Tuyctij uuug ui
ift Hre more eWsnrte and harder to describe than ever before. But
r-:; R iV u' S, ?:0. 12. $14 f 17 and $30, and the Novelties that tell
('..15 fl 45, $1.73 aad f 165 per yard and if you do not agree with us
1 :ve 1 an. entirely new stock of the good, durable, staple Black S:lks
s. Armures, Ratnlzimeres, Grii Grans, Pau deSoires, etc.. but we wish
n to tbe new things such as Bengaline silks, a combination of silk
' iiivc them in all the be-it s'jades and black, fclso in figured. Then
.;tiil and styles of cjmbiaitioa silks to trlii or combine with the
. .:rtss cnods.
H-nTT r-cir;ct FUnnel
iictmna ThI.1" Linen
R---V (itrrmtn Table Linen. . . .
F-.t FM Table Clothing.
1."'.- ta- TiiweUng
i: ! Il-ivy I.inf n Crash
" Cr-.chet i lills
!" i .::. D ituk Towe's
I' t escbci! Mus'in
UctVached Sheet tnj
Wl:i- B.arkets, Iicrtt
'-J Fine Whi'e IJiHiikets. . . ,
b.iLicts in til q'ldUties, fine
ir.ktt.. in n a;s-irtment of sty 1
25 cents per yard
39 cents per yard
46 cents per yard
85 cents per yard
-3 cents per yard
5 cents per yaud
20 cents each.
3J cents per yard
5 cents per yard
17J cents per yard
$1 AS per pair.
if3.37i per pair.
?5.00 per pair.
values, at S4 25 and $5 00 per pair.
es and prices that is bound to please.
This has grown to be one of our best and most p&tronizid departments. We
think it is owing to our care each season to secure the very latest and the most
We have just opened for this seasou wbt is certainly the latest and to our
taste the most desirable. We name some of wbtt we havj just placed oa sale:
Marabout, Feather, Ostrich and Astrakan Trimmings.
Jet and steel nail heads by the duz?n.
Jet Xai Heads on bands.
Jet Headings, Bands, and Ornaments.
Silk Headings, Binds, and Ornaments.
Silk Gimps in C"l:rs and Black from J to 21 nches wide.
Bow Knots in Jet. Silk and Steel.
S'eel Trimming from i to 2J inches wide.
Washable Dress Goods Department.
1 lot Comfortable Prints '. 2 c per vard
1 lot Comfortable Beige 33 per yard
I lot Faccv Larue Figured Print 5 c per yard
I I .t Chantilly Novelty Dress Ujods 6 c p( r yard
1 lot Wide Fancy Cldnts Id o. neryanl
Tennis Flannel . tj - per yard
3,000 yards Remnants at 1 j ; pt-r yard
Find assortment of Si.k Srripe Elect Tenuis Flannels 12 js per yard
60 dozen Ladies' wool hose black clor, real value is 253 per pair, for this sale. . .15.T
6J " fine black hose 23 c pT pair
CO " " ' 28 c per pair
1 lot ladies' fleece lined hose guaranteed fast black 25 c per pair
Other qualities in fleece lined at 33c;. 39c and 42 per piir
We are showing about twenty lines of children's hose which include the desirable
things in the m-.rket.
All that can be desired in Ladies', Misses', Children's and Gents'.
At 13c, Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vest". Autumn weight.
At 25c:, Ladies' Fine Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pante. Great value.for 25c; each.
At 39j. Ladies' White Merino Vests and P-int?.
At 45c, La iies' Natural Ves and Pants.
At 792, Ladies' Fine Natural Wool Vests and Pants.
Af 39 1, Gents' Gray Mixed Shirts an i Drawers, marked val'ie 41c each bi.t for the
At 47c. G -nts' White Merino Sh'rts nnd Drawers.
At $1 00, The Esctlsior Gi'nti Fine Carnd'a Hair Shirts ar.d D.-awcre . Great for
51 00 each.
At 25c, 1 lot Boys' Shirts and Dr wer-. Gray Mixed. 1 lot Miss.-s" V tits and
Pants. Jersey ltibhd.
At 59c. M'gses' Union Suits, Jery Ribbed, fall weight.
At $1.94, Ltdies' Union Suits, J. rs R. bfl. medium weight.
At 25c, The best Gents' tla f 1 s- Cot 2 in te market.
50 drzen colored border 2 t 1 cent
50 ' " " 2 ens each
100 : 5c n s each
1 lot assorted kinds 10 c ntseach
50 dozen fine embroidered 15 c n e each
A fine line of Swiss emlir idTt 'mn lk rchiefs from 25c to $1 50 each
Thousands of dollars have bei u es, mie-i to secure a stock of Cloaks th 1 ould
please. Judging from the corrjf.Mnr ..ti wid tha stock and the number alre lj sold,
thin has been accomplished.
We are selling a good, heavy Bla-ft Jack - V 'St 'ront for 3.75. Hetvv 'X efer
for 1 4. 93. A fine black BrsaiT .1 v k--t for 6 9S. While we have some K i?elty
Fur Trimmed Jackets from f 10 m $50 tti it sr- world beaters, when styles q ii'it es
and prices are considered.
We are asents for the "Celehra'ed v alkei Flush Garmenls," wLich we !. In a
fin sssortment of both Jacke's -.nd S f q ie.
Everything ia misses' and cniMr ns 01 J .ks, from the infaat's lon C.shnere
Cloaks to thL- misses' 18 year N m r'. t
We empbaTzj FUilS hec 111- . f n- fine -tock we have f show, ffe invite
inspection to this line Capes jn B .cv 11 .re an l Conev; Natural Opossum istra
kh n. Monkey. Cape Seal, Njlin'sj. W.vl Siial. Mirk, Krimraer, Beaver, Coot and
Lynx M ,ffs to match ail cap s G 1 .1 assortment. Children's Sets.
Our or ers for furs were pi .ctd in ihe pring before iho rise in price, and we
will give our patrons 'he benefit
Kid Glove Department.
1 Lot. (-lightly imperfect, 3" ic r our
50 dozen Suedes in Tans Sla 1 s an Brn n. great value, for C9c per pair.
Acomplete stock of our Standard Itran Is. some of which are the following:
At 75tV 4 button Volunteers in T.n- Browns, Slates and Black.
At 1.0t 4 button Empress m hbove siindes.
Ai 1 11O. A fine Biarri z !C d in a m shades.
At tl. 25. Ojr Saian Beauts GIu h. S me shades. Our 7-hook Empress Suede.
At ?1 33. Our Manguerite 8 button Suede Mo-quetaire.
A new Btock of the Centemeri aU vt-s just opt ned.
A 1 gloves at $1 .00 and over fi't- d if desired.
X. B. "All work and no play makes Tack a dull boy." Our employes will take a half Holiday
hursday afternoon to attend the Fair. Store will close at 12 o'clock and remain closed for the day, same
Harned, Pursell & Ton Maur,
Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices.
! W3, 105, Southeast Cor. Second and Brady streets, Davenport, 121 & 123 Main street, Ottumwa, la.
Sow Try Ttm.
1 -r' st you mmiing and will sudly
J '':. I'yi.u bave a rough, coldor
;-iu tir..t. thtBt or lungs.
V'-l 1-Cl,very ,r consump-
" '!(! ct.'.-U ! LUaranteed to
;; , "r Dl n"T "ill be paid back.
m lfi -r pe found it just the
..''.I' 'lr"'-r '9-e hud a fpevdy and
'V rv Try B hm)le t,otle 8t
h'"' for yourself just
,s .Tr"'1 bottle8
n , .tpclmiCalei.
11 Clifford. H l TT-,. .
'l !ll""tdmd't liver was
ltd ; lr.rr ny reuueed in
cured hto" D0UleS f
ro,. :' "1 eight years'
I"! " DOl"ca of Electric
- Sive ".I u 0Its 01 Bucklen's
lm kZ l U1" leB 18 und and
-at"wh. O.. had
0:""ts ,r,i , ' '"e nottle Elec-
""asta. ' oula oy Uartz
s i.; e,m the world for
II Plies or?nPtlns' andP0
Tot Over Tlfty Yean
Mrs. Winslow'g Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Wicslow'a Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it. motl ers, thereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United Btates. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing Syrup
A Htw Taa: Tram.
The Chicago, Bock Island & Pacific
railway will, on August 16, 1691, put on
another daily train between Chicago and
Denver that will run via their new line,
just opened, through Omaha and Lincoln,
the capital of Nebrask.
This train will be coaposed of new cars
throughout palace sleepers, chair cars
and dining cars, and new modern pattern
day coaches, and wil. be a vestibuled
It will leave Chicago daily at 8:35 night,
arrive at Denver 7 second morning.
Leave Denver 0 nig it, arrive Chicago
7:45 second morning. .
E. 6t. John, Jso. Sebastian,
Uen'l Manager. Geal Tkt & Pass Agt.
A F&IK IF THI BACK.
A pain in the back is not al
ways the pign of kidney trouble.
Quite often it ia only an indica
tion of cold, although if neg
lected it is liable to lead to
grave trouble By treating it at
once you will eare yourself a
vast amount of suffering and
annoyance. In all cases oi tms
sort take Reid's German Cough
and Kidney Cure. It is com
posed of Bimple, yet powerful
ingredients, but none of them
are harmful even to the weakest
constitution, nor is it unpleas
ant to take, but it acts at once
and will relieve the worst pain
and all tendency to rheumatism
which always follows colds that
are allowed to settle in the back
if they are neglected. All deal
ers keep it. Twenty-five and
fifty cents a bottle.
Stlvan Remedy Co.,
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having purchased the
Property vhlch he hat had refitted for the to
tal basiuece, i now prepared to accom
modate trtneient guests.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
Be i aleo engaged In the
at the tameplace with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
I can recommend Ely' Cream Balm to
all sufferers f:om dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOL1NE, - ILLK.
OfiUe Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savinge Bank. Orgai Iced 1869
5 PER KIT. IKTEREST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Law?,
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nurht from 7 to S.
Pobteb Skinker, - - - President
H.A aiksworth, - - Vice-President
C. t 'Hbmiwat. ... Caehier
Porter BHnner, 8. W. Wheeloek,
'. A. Roe. H. A. A! worth,
G B. Edwards, W. II. Adam.
Andiew Fribere. C F. Hemeowty,
Hiram Darl ns.
Agency for F xcHs ior Roofing Company.
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Cheaper thak Shingles.
Bend for circular.
T. H. ELLIS, Rock Island. Kl.
Telephone 1038. Cor. Fourteenth St and Second Ave
BIGr IN VOICE
m$&v mi .i a mi s
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
C. J. W. SCHBEINEB,
Contractor anol Bu.ild.er,
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications furrtsbed on ill classes of work; also spent cf WUler'i Patent Insld
Sliding Blinds, sotr.ethli g new, stylish and desirable.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
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