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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891.
and Opening of HOLIDAY GOODS,
Also a Great BAP.GAIN SALE of Dry and Fancy Goods in connection with it.
rl-iic will bp thp TarcrpQf pvhihifinn r.f Chrunc V rirckT' ClriCco. pvpr Qffpmnfprl in th.Q virinifv "T FAD-
i-S and PROMOTERS OF Low -PRICES4" has been our motto from the beginning nearly five years ago
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4 possible value for least possible outlay, while we Guarantee every purchase to be made satisfactory.
On the above day Thousands of Dollars worth of NEW GOODS, such as Toys, Games, Dolls, Books, Booklets, Japanese Ware, Handkerchiefs,. AUilllers;
v.irj,n;s kinds of Fancy Goods will be placed on sale for the first time. We can only give an inkling of the great stock through the press.
. n 't,'' f sno.ls we own at firat cost, having with a syndicate cf frient 8
,rr-r ttit-ni d:rct from the Gtrman manufacturers. The values are ucex-
IL'I ki.l t"'(!y drlls.
1 " " "
.. 1 48 "
i! do'ls. movirg eyes, splendid values at 38 J. 89 65 ; and 83; each
4 mi china dolls oc
,1 z -n rrsqiie head? ix
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Ij i (' h liirrtl 1 1 n U y ruun, buu lUCIC "111 W CAtllUlU J flu V. Ulun.
.'et"i) (inlN. wood dolis, papa and mamma nous and a large BMortment oi
, s Hlro dell lieada of all kinds will be on sale.
Imported Fancy Baskets.
. vVs fmcy baskets suitable for so ramv purposes, ranging in prices from 5c
t. A'"o assortment of the rollowin: orK Dasnets, lunch DhBKets, waste
U-kxt tampers and work stand".
S-1 ! tie of all the latest novelties as well as tbe staple designs. Prices are
bve bouelit a much larger assortment of these goods than ever before, as
ii ir.-m first to s l1 last season .
nc-ittrM f cups and saucers, tea and cbocolato poU, plates and vases, bon-
i,..j Pt, jn both I okio ana a ium ware- ine prices ai.wiuca ve ten
rr hversge one-.bird less than Japanese dealers' prices.
i T'mi nt will be shown ia parlor, banquet and piano lamps '.hat will no
? in either styles, quality and prices.
We hardly know where to begin, there is fuch a profusion. We will start with
iron toys, the most durable of them all.
There are trains, banks, velocipe des, fire engines, hook and ladder wauons, hose
carts, surreys, express wegons and locomotives. Then there are tin toys, jtck in
tbebox, musical tors, suchasho:ns, harmonicas, violins, pianos, metelophones and
drums. 'Besides there are ring toss clowns, tool chests, sets dishes, animals, tops,
Noah's arks, and fully fifty other kind of toys which make tbe liuleones hearts crave
This stock consists of shopping and chat laine basts, purses, pocket books, music
rolls, dressing cases, cird cases, and cvJar and cuff boxi's.
Parchesi. Go-Bang, Lotto, Ouija. Raima, Authriri, TidJey Winks. Tennis, Old
Maid. Corn & Beans, Pallor Quoits, Tower. Anagrams. Coddle. Parlor Croquet.
These are the popular games of the day and we have a large supply.
A complete stork this season of all the most saleable.
Great value in juvenile books at 5s, 7c, 10c, 15c. 23c and 33 5.
Several thousand 12mo8. will be sold cheap.
One thousand Webstct's dictionaries containing 30.000 words, will be sold for 5
1 lot bandy dictionaries 12 cents.
1 " Webster's untLriJgea dictionaries 69 cents.
Assortment of better binding in stock at proportiobately low prices.
We have all the potms of the popular authors in a variety of bindings. Long
fellow, Whitney, Tennyson, Lowell, Milton, Bryant, Burns, Robert and Mrs. Brown
ing, ocotts, V adsworth and several others.
Popu'ar Standard Works.
This year we have put in our assortment a large line of popular standard works
a part of which we have not bandied before. The following are some of the authors:
AueU9ta Evans Wilson, Louisa M. A'cott, Marion H-rlan. William ( 'arltoa.Hay
Agnes Fuming, Pansy. Elsie, . P. Roe, Helen Hunt Jackson, Marietta Holly.
Last reason booklets sold in place of cards, to a large degree. This year we
bave doubled ttit stock and a better assortment, an1 it contains some truly beautiful
Bibles and Catholic Prayer Books.
Protestant bibles in any size lrom ihe lit'le pocket size to the large family bible.
Specialties in teachers' editions. An assortment of Catholic Pkateh Books have
been added this year, also Episcopalian prayer acd bymn books.
We have added some new and replenished our rrgu'ar lines of kid gloves so that
the stock contains all to be deem d for the trade of the season.
1 lot Bi-irri'E. . . 75c
1 " Eropres- fl 00
The b?st Biarritz on the maikei for the money is our dollar glove.
A suoerb s'.ock for the holiday season.
8,000 dozen handkerchiefs assorted to meet the wants of everybody.
1 lot ladies' embroidered .( lOseath
1 ! 152 "
. Other embroidered handkerchiefs ranging from 25: to $2 each.
Ladies' colored border handkerchiefs at lc, 2c, 5c 7c and 10s each.
Ladies' white hemstitched, 5r Sc. 10 , 15c. 20c. 25c and 35c each.
Anything you may desire in lidiea' or gent's initial linen or Japanese silk hand,
kerchief, assorted styles and qualities at the right prices.
The new s ock has just arrived from tbe manufacturers. Nothing old and stale
about it. New patterns and the latest shades.
Fmcy Goods Department,
New izoods for making eifts.
Tinted arttq lareg, tinted scarfs, plain and fancy scrims, plain and fancy embv
linens, cords and tassels, fancy: plushes, art threads and silks of all kinds; banner
rods, towel rings, stamped linens, etc
"Furs and Cloaks,
These stocks contain goods that are bnnd to attract purchasers. Wea-e8bow
trg capes and muffa in Waul Seal. French Seal, Opossum, Coney and Beaver. Oac
loak stock is complete.
HARMED, PURSEL & VON
LEADERS AND PROMOTERS OF LOW PRICES,
101,103, 105 S. W. or. 2d and Brady sts., Davenport, Iowa.
121, 123 Main si, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Tin. Trrr uf the Virgin.
'' "'"irv.-cnt.-i Matiirieh, Egypt, as
Mr-Miif rpsiilpncp of ChriRt
3.' ii.' : . luring theexile iu the land
Viii. .:,.!.! rr'e near that place is
118 liiMnii tbe one which
:nli und Mury. A recent
fuilnwiiiK to say in regard
n- .1: c.'iinore: "Not far from
t"U:it :i s rj , which is within sight of
''J 'i .M.itarit-h, Enypt, I w:is led
'ii-n, unuu to the foot of an Kn-
?ann)re, which he informed me was
oi Jesus und Mary.' But it was
itiiiiii trw, as I nfterwrd learned
cure of l-'ontaineblean, who
" aii' ii-iit true fell of old aae iu
lux;, ,luit t tl,e riresent tree shot
a Hie oij stumn. f rrmfntii of the
14 kin- treasured by the Francis-
""rlrt, 1 1, her work, "Cradle
T: "We wint nhovn 1 Harden.
H'irof wlll.J. la o .cnumnril tnv
f fruiirdwl, uuder which the
yrziu ami St. Joaepb are said to
With tin infant jivirtur on their
'"" l.iit. It 1.4 rlniu to n wll of
" "' 'iit of an obelisk fit im
and surrounded by a prden
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H. SIEMON & SON,
MOST diksct boct to ths
East, South and Southeast.
toves and Tinware,
Buta Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Oeneseo Cooking Btorts.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
inp Bvnmsrn 4VT?... nnn.K tst.anT). TLL.
ll:.t .I..1H CoffM U. ,
11 ii- iiiuully calling at the gro-
aud mini y will take
mutter of fact there are
" M people in the United
' ever tasted real Mocha,
' U-'.,t've that there is a sinsrle
aP - i-Juiiu in.L n ecu iie i.
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The Aral), of Ar-
: Africa, are the most fas-
, , --.iitvLTs iu trie woriu, anu
"1 ia not lurge. 'J be gov-
'n'--t I.Triua .i.,.. nv.,u,n
.' r--lj Arul3 get the second
iu- f M is anlit t l.irauilMi... . l.
""anil - -. '..uu, um
. u rv little, mimixtirio- of th.
t!'U broken berries, finda iU way
- -.';. .ot a nunureuweiKht
7 wt 01 that city. What is
1 . W IULCLIU1 AUUlll
fi ifZ V:a3t little of it does, and
' f V 1 tt nnJ T - .
lut . uu . most inie-
-.iew in sj. Liouta Ulobe-
Fut M'l. Exprrw
Lt. Rack Island 8:: 0 am a:)pm
Ar. OiiuD 8:ilsm 8:04 dm
Cmiridne -9: Bam 8:27pm
Onlya .' S:-i4m 8 67 pm
Wyoming 10::am 4:S6pm
PrirctirlJle 10::i am 4 :57 pm
Feona l:i;fem 6:65 pm
Jtli omineton f 1:6 pml :1B pm
Sprtngfleid Jpm 4-30 pm
Ji kionville 4 i pmb9 05 n't
Decatur :'4) pmT6:l)0 pm
Danville 8::pm 'S:10 n't
Imlianapolla i6:.'&pm 8:15am
Terra liauta i 7: 0 pm 10:00 am
ivaafville ! l::am 7:85 am
Bt. IouIb ' 8:"Opm 7:00am
Cinclnna'l lOi'Opm 7:00am
Lv. Feorla 10: 5 ami 4:10 pm
Ar. Bock toiand laOpml 7:80pm
Accommodating trninj Iobtc K x-k It'and at
6:00a. m. and S 45 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:45 p.
m. and 11:80 a.m. Leave Petula 6 1)0 a. m. and
7:15 p.m; arrive Rock It laud 4:00 p.m. and 8:05
All train rund.lly ezreiit Bnndfj.
AH pansenger train, arrive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Tait Kxp'e. lietaeen Bock
b'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket to all points ; ba rgage cnecked
thrn?b to deatipation.
Lv. Bock loland. ..
. n am
10 1 nam
" I Rock Inland.
H. B. 6UDLOW,
7.' Osm 1.46 pm
7. am! 8-00 paa
B. 8TOC KHOUBX.
A. BJLiii,JKi-t A-i-U,
M ssnf sctnrer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES-
Senta Fine Shoes a specialty. Rnpalring done neatly and promptly .
A share of your patrons. respectf-lly solicited.
1818 Second Aienne. Rock Island, W.
Proprietor of theBrsdy Street
Ad kinds of Cut Flower, constantly on band.
Green Honsea Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the lsrgest in Is. SOt Brady Street. Davenportjowa.
C. J. W. 8UHHELNEH,
Contractor and Biailcier,
1121 and 1128 Fourth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plana and specific km funiicbed on all clutct of work ; asm seen, of V filler's Patent Insids
Sliding Bllnda, someUiliig new, stylleb and desirable. v
BOCK ISLAND, ILL,
GEOBGE SCHXTEK, Proprietor.
1S1 Second Arense, toM at B teectb 8t Opposite Barpar's Tbeatrs.
Tho choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Clears always on Hand
ree sTrery Say . . . SsariwaMl-MM8-0 tHoatrs
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
, of Goods received by
JtSfCall and Examine.
J. Ma CHRISTY.
YiMBtB of imim m im
A.k Tour Orocer for Them.
The Cbriety "Otot bk" and Christy "'ssr
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Buiilder,
Office and Stop Corner Seventeenth Bt. . . "D ,.,,1, T1J
and Seventh Avenne. , XVOCK. ISianu.
1ST All kinds of carpeotor work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bondings
(ornlsbed on application.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON, 1
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing dsn so short notice snd satisfaction gusranteed.
Off .oat am Shop 1412 roorlk Avsnse, ROCK ISLAND.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Bkop eorstr Tweaty -second street and Kinta aveass. Kcndcscs SW
W prepsrsd ts asks estimates sad do all kinds ef Carpenter work. Give fc!m a trL