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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, JeJ93.
Grand Exhibition and Sale of Autumn Fashions in Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloaks,
and Seasonable Novelties.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14, 15,16.
The chanee of the seasons is as perceptible in our stock as it is in nature. Summer goods are vanishing, and the ftew, the Bright, the Handsome
and Stvlish inFALL ATTIRE, has taken possession of our store. On the above days we will introduce this new stock to the purchasing public, and
make Prices to the Likinp of all Close Buvers. There will be Silks in marvelous weaves, artistic and uniaue designs, and beautiful as to shades and blend
ing of coloring Dress Goods in High Parisian novelties the like of which have never been seen in the stores of this city before. Cloaks, Jackets and
Capes which are as dreams of beauty and gentility, but they are real, and large assortments of staple goods the prices of which will speak for
Miscellaneous Offerings Certainly Cheap.
l,"OOfl sards (.'rash Toweling
500 yards ail-linen Toweling
1 case unhleached Canton Flannel
25 dozen Linen Doylies
50 dozen Fine Linen Towels
I Lot Best Light Trims
II eases Best Indigo Bine Frints worth 71 e
1 Lot Tennis Flannels worth 9e
1,440 cakes Flora plexion soap (same as Cuticura)
three for 25e.
1 lot 15-eent Misses Ribbed ('ray Hose
50 Umbrellas C'ashia handles, worth $1.75 at the
50 Umbrellas with Celluloid ring handles, worth $1.
2,510 yards yard-wide Sheeting
300 dozen Handkerchiefs, embroidered
1 lot Comfortables
2J c a yd
41c a yd ,
c a yd
2Jc a yd
5c a yd
6A c a yd
l 10c a cake or
9c a pair
9) at $1. 4S each
. ..23c a yd
. . . S3c each
Black, Colored and Novelty Dress Goods.
T" Popular, not fancy Frices are the rule with us. New fall and win
ter styles are on exhibition. Our preparations for the season arc more
extensive than ever. Ours is truly a Dress Goods Department of
prominence. A large number of entirely new weaves are among this
season's purchases, and to see them is to admire and desire them.
They are called Waffle Weave, Dotted Berber, Natte Gla?e, Crow Foot,
-Shot Mixtures, Victoria Cords, Hop Sackings. Robinson Crusoe, Tana
ma Weaves, Shower Proof Serge, Bird's F.ye, etc.
Trices never fail to talk for a department if as lo v prices as the
Double-fold Snow Flake novelty, only 12c a yd.
Double-fold Cashmere, full line of colors, oidy 10c a yd.
Double-fold colored .suitings, only 24c a yd.
40-in Hop Sackings, fine line of "colorings, -.c a yard.
4Vin Basket cloth, 12 shades, 79c a yd.
lS-in Victoria Cords, $1,371 a yd.
42-in Dotted Berber, J5c a yd.
Shower Proof Serires, $1.10 a vd.
40-in Storm Serge, 4 tc a yd.
Black all wool Henrietta." worth 50c at 39c a yd.
You will not regret spending an hour looking through this depart
Silks To Your Liking.
We dare say tliis""as we have so large a variety that it matters not
what your taste'may be the silk you like must be in the stock. Some
of the most beautiful are the Crepe de Paris, Vesting Silks, Changea
ble Electric Novel tiers. Dessin's dc Paris and a number of Grand High
Parisian novelties. For the Vbrce days we will offer the following;
A Heavy Satin Duchesse, 10 colors, at 89c a yard.
24 in. heavy Black Faille, worth $1.25, at $1.00 "
22 in. Flaked Bengalines Novelties, at 1.871
20 in. Heavy Black Peau du Soire, at : 1.00 "
20 in. Black Satin Brocades, at 98c-'
In connection with the Silk and Dress Goods Department we wish
to mention and emphasize the fact that our Trimming Department is
now brim full of the very newest in Fashionable Trimn ings in color
ing to match the Dress Goods and Silks we have been talking about.
Domestic Department Sheetings, Flannels, Blankets,
A complete line of Sheetings and Pillow Muslins ate now in st.ek.
l!".-ides the extremely low priced Sheeting already nan ed at 2;c, we
Lave heavv weights. "a v'ard wide, at 5 and 61c a yard.
flood White Flannel .
5c a yard.
5c, (i and 9c
The best maker's goods are what the consumers wr.nt. We want
to supply them, hence it is to our interest to see to it that none but
their "oods are on our counter. We are showing them in White,
GrayTsearlet and Plaids. Below are some leaders:
Bridgeport Grev at $2 25 a pair
Standard ""at 3.98
Jersey Camel's Hair at 1.48 '
1 Rockaway rcy. with showy borders 4.G9 "
Full line of tine California Blankets.
anil the Seams.
A tine garment
Furs of Every Description.
This will probably be the greatest year for furs ever known, ;
New York Furriers Magazine says. We haye amply prepared. VYV
will only attempt to quote a part of this stock this time i. e. Cap. :
25-inch Coney Capes $
Black Hare Capes
25-inch Astraehan Mantle j 1 . 1
French Coney Steinway Cape -jr, i
Monkey Mantle, Martin Collar . 1
Wool Seal 27-inch Mantle, Astk. FIdge r.,
Russian Lynx Military Cape, Derby Collar, edged with Martin..
This season we have added real Astraehan Jackets to our line.
walker plush cape.
Quilted, Satin lined, Pulled Coney trim
med. Note the Collar and general style.
Showy Cape for $16.50.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Over 50 case: of these goods have lately arrived. In Undent:,
we have provided all that can be w ished for from the cheapest ch:: i
lo-cent garment up to the finest Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary goods, ft.rwl.":..
we are agents again this year, and which has no equal for finenes. av.
sanitary purposes. A few quotations:
Ladies' Vests and Pants 25c, 40c, 50c and 79c ea--':
Union Suits 9e, $1.33, $1.75, $2.4
Misses ' a bargain at 75e
Ribbed Vests T -j'.ie -
In Hosiery we carry the '-Midnight Hosiery"' in the Hernis ':
dye. positively fast black. We sell the best 25 cent Ladies'1 Hose in :l
eity. 50 dozen just arrived try a pair.
Kid Glove Department.
Have just received our season's importation of these goods. Will
name a part of the makes. Gitano 4 large buttons in 11 popular
shades and black. This glove has a contrasting welt and stitchir.,
and is one of the novelties of the season. Caroline 1-button at 7.'. .
-button Suede Mosquetare at $1. Empress 5-hook at $1. Sax
Beauty, 5-hook at $1.25, both in tine line of shades and black. 1'.
Centemeri & Co's celebrated gloves in colors at $1.35 and black at $!-..
If you wish the best black 5-hook glove that can be purchased f r
$1.5o ask fur the --Bayard".
Ladies' and Misses' Corsets Waists Sixty-nine Styles to
Choose From Some of the Makes We Carry.
Jersey, at 35c; New French Strip, at 40c; Trophy, at 50c. Th..-
all come in several colors.
18 styles of Dr. Ball's Corsets and Waists.
12 styles of Dr. Warner's Celebrated eorsets.
(5 styles of Thompson's Glove Fitting.
8 styles of -R. & G.M known all over the United States.
8 styles of the French D." corsets.
Besides these are various reliable makes, such as Loonier'?, t a:a
way. Dr. Strong's eorsers and the Feris waists.
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Cloaks.
We now have on exhibition a large collection of genuine ivw'.
in the above line. Perhaps for no past season has so extensive a :ir
of styles been produced by the manufaetuers as has been forth;-,
there are the desirable and the undesirable. In our judgment we !
but the desirable for the trade of the Tri-Cities. We are contMe:
this o-ing to.our successful selections during the past six year-,
description would be impossible; we invite vour inspect ion" a:; i
mention a number of specials here:
At 7.4, Ladies' 27-inch Tan Diagonal Jacket fan ba. 1,
plaited collar Great Value.
At $12, 27-inch P.eayer Jacket in Tan, Na v. Brown and V-'.
plaited back. Derby collar edged with, opposson fur. Looks like a
coat, only $12.
Lot 1. Fancy print Turkey red lining. 98c each.
Lot 2. Fancy sateen, plain sateen lining, $1.19 each.
25 other qualities ranging from 33c up to $S.
50 Crochet Bed Spreads, $1.19 each.
50 Crochet Bed Spreads, good weight, 89c.
Turkey Red Table Clothing, fast color, 19e, 35c and 15c a vd.
Great line of half bleached and bleached Table Linens th." f rnn
at 19c. 27c and 42c a yd bleached at 50c, (!9e and 92c; are "ood va'.i.
The new goods will all be ready for inspection Thursday morning. The special sale and all special prices will continue three days Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. You are cordially invited to attend. .
Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices,
HARNED, PUKSEL & VON MAUR,
DAVENPORT and OTTUMWA, IOWA.