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Tbis will be a grand opportunity to lay
in a supply of muslins, bleached and un
bleached, for the next two years. Notice
the following extraordinary values:
1 esse 0-4 unbleached sheeting, best
quality, and worth 24 1, will be offered at
16c a yard.
1 case 45-inch unbleached pillow mus
lin, cheap for 12Jc, will go at 8Jc a yard
1 bale of 4-4 unbleached sheeting, good
enough for all domestic purposes, will be
sold at 5c a yard.
1 bale of good heavy muslin at 8Jc
42-inch pillow case muslin, bleached,
regular price 12Jc openiog price 9c a
9 4 bleached sheeting, 25c quality.
18Jc a yard.
Aside from our regular assortment
consisting of about 500 styles in Ladies'
Misses' and Children's garments, we will
be favored the exclusive line from one of
the largest manufacturers in the United
States, on Saturday and Monday only.
This wi'l be a rare opportunity for the
ladies of Davenport and vicinity to ses
lect a garment from the largest, finest
and most attractive assortment of cloaks
ever exhibited in Dsvenport. Saturday
will be a good time to see all.
This department has received a great
deal of attention in the past six months.
We made our purchases early and have
secured the cream of this season's pro
ductions. You will find here large varities of Fur
Trimmings, Cspes, Muffs, Boas and Cleo
Also a large assortment of Feather
Boas at about a half the regular price.
Notwithstanding our elegant store we
have not lost sight of the great fact that
prices talk. We are showing the largest
stock of Dress Goods ever shown in Dav
enport. SPECIALS FOR THE OPENING
85 pieces new style Hlumiu-tUd Drees
Goods, actually worth 22c, opening price
15? a yard.
50 pieces yard wide 24c quality
Henrietta, opening price 16c a yrd.
69 pieces 54-iDch lidies' cloth, 58c
quality, opening price 43 i a yard.
A NEW DEPARTMENT.
A new feature introduced and one that
we believe will be greatly appreciated by
the ladies; it is our Wrapper Department.
It will be economy to look at the ready
made garments when you are in need of
a bouse dress. Every garment is made
for fit and wear a&d the prices will be
within the reach of all. A part of our
large clobk room Las teen appropriated
for the display of these good. You
can't afford to make a drea when you
can buy one so very cheap all ready
Everything in ladies', misses', chil
dren's and gents' hosiery and underwear
may be found in this department at
prices that make them attractive.
60 dozen ladies seamless wool hose,
20c qualfty, at 12c a pair.
30 dozen ladies' ribbed Egyptian un
derwear. 5Sc quality, at 39; a pair.
30 dozen gents' heavy 35c 6hirta i
drawers t 23o a pair.
35 dozen heavy pure wool socks, 29
quality, for 20c a pair.
lOdozoa gents' 50c silk ties at 19c
THE FIRST FORMAL OPENING OF The
In Its Spacious and Magnificent NEW HOME.
SATURDAY and MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th and 19th,
HE TWO GREAT FEATURERS of this opening will be
the New Room and one of the largest and most attractive stock of Drv Goods. Fancv Goods and
L.ioaKs ever dismayed in trie west naraiy excepting cities that can boast ot a population many times our size.
We have no hesitation in claming that our new store with its plate glass front is one of the best equipped and
most approved Dry Goods and Cloak Houses in the United States. Everv facility for exoeditin? business
rapidly and with comfort and convenience to customers, as well as that that would add to the attractiveness of
our store, has been adopted with a liberal, not to say lavish hand. Beside the general appearance of the store
we have left nothing undone that would add to the brilliancy and grandeur of this formal opening. We can
enter this life but once. We can have a first opening but once. With this point in view we can assure our
patrons that we shall perform our part and leave nothing undone that would add to this occasion of a lifetime.
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ana make every citizen proud ot Davenport and Davenport boston btore.
Harned, Pursel L Von
Greet you one and all for the first time in their new and enlarged
quarters. It is with a deep sense of gratitude to the citizens of Davenport and surrounding countrv thnr we
enter upon our sixth year of business under such favorable circumstances. We trust we shall be pardoned
ii we moaesuy anow sen to appear on ine sunace, oenving tnat the success attained has been merited and is
partially at least, due to our untiring efforts and new, liberal and approved methods of transacting business, al
ways aiming to give "Value Received," and satisfying our customers at whatever cost. As we enter upon our
work in our new and commodious, not to say luxurious quarters, we shall renew our efforts and strive to
merit the continued and enlarged patronage ot the citizens ot Davenport and vicinity. With ever facility to
transact business, with plenty of light-room and air, with a stock of goods that any city may feel proud of,
we enter anew upon our work with larger expectations than ever before. We conclude by promising that
shopping in the future will be a recreation and pleasure, rather than a burden as in the past, and invite vou
uiie an lu visit uui muic omuiuuy oepieinuer 1.
HARNED, PURSEL & VON MAUR.
A PLEASANT FEATURE FOR SATURDAY.
The ladies of the Industrial Home, of. Davenport, have accepted our invita
tion to serve refreshments on Saturday, from 12 m. to 9.4J p. m. It being un
derstood that all the proceeds are to go to the Home and all the expenses met by
inL. linn. vt liul uiai cvciy uiz.cu mat iui; inc mierebi 01 mis grand institu
tion at heart, will drop in on Saturday and partake of refreshments. We promise
more than value received, and every nickle that is received will be appropriated
to liquidating the debt under which the Industrial Home now rests. Our new
basement will be entirely devoted to this cause and will be brilliantly lighted with
fifty electric lights and decorated for the occasion.
SILKS AND VELVETS.
The bent $1 silks in the city for open
ing price, 79j a yard.
25 pieces velvet. penlog price, 45c a
The latest cfficts in silks and velvets,
both colored and black, may be found on
Although our space is limited, we can
not forget saying a word about our
Trimming Department. This depart
ment has cause to be a most important
feature in connection with our Dress
Goods and Silk departments, and we can
assure you that it can be no trouble for
you to find anything you may want,
either in shade or style for the fall and
winter season of 1892 and '93.
Our glove department has never bo
fore reached the point of excellency that
we now claim for it. All shades in tne,
grays, browns, also blue, green and red
in variety of styles and grades may now
be had in all sz8.
The blues and reds are now in great
demand. Purchases should be made
early in these popular colors as they are
becoming very scarce.
Evening shades in all lengths are be
ing shown in large varieties.
Here we interest every woman and
child. Notice some specials for the
50 pieces cf VtctorU suitings, 12Jc,
fabrics opening pries, 8Jo a yard.
25 pieces dress gingham, new styles, 8c
quality, opening price, 6Jc a yard.
Thousands of aozeos of litrJfe.rrt;..
have been placed in our h'kerch; '
department, including Bi!-, Linen
Union goods. To see thein i-,
department i ffers mine very tt
bargains, such hs:
Ladiea' , CLiffjD. Beamifjily
broidercd, at 20 rents each.
Ladies White Eubroidered, vtrv ch
at 10, 15 and 20 cents. "?
Ladies' Hemmed Colored Bord r k o .
T.4il!ca Whit T pm.Bt i trhg-.l - .
at 45 each .
Gents' Color.ed Border at 5. 10 uul r,
Ldic' Pongee Silk. ea.broid.Ttd, are
extraordinary values. Ask to grc thf-ra
25 and 33c.
Here may b!so be found a mon com
plete Btock of Ladies' and Gentb' Ionia;
Japanese Silk Good and ua txionsiTe
assortment of Em'irr.idend Gooi'.s
LINENS and DOMESTICS.
Here we find the backbone of dress
goods. As in the past you are safe in
making it headquarters for anything you
want in that line.
5 pieces of 55c Barnsley linen, openiog
price 39c a yard.
20 dozen linen towels, 23c quality, 22c
5 pieces Turkey red damask, 29c qual
ity, 21c a yard.