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THE A It GUIS, TIITJIJ S DAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893.
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I a HOURLY SALES
Another Great Benefit Sale to Save You Christinas
8 am toO a m
if C I. I5ai!eys Talcum Powder, drug store price 25c, go at Jc
9 am to 10 am
fX 2.5c Ilottle of Machine Oil, during this hour, per lottl. 5C
Hovs' and Gents' Kxtra Heavy Ilibbed Fleeced Hose, size
; to :!: also Indies' Fast Ib'aek Full Seamless Hose, 10
and l'Jc grade, during this hour, per pair gc
Men All Wool Sock?, also Iidics' Fine Fast Itlack ('-t-ton
Hose, full seamless fast black, regular 1.5 and 20c
ry jiiality, go at, per pair 10C
jJ. The very lest Misses" ISicycle Hose, 20 and 3oc jiiality
10 am to It am
A, Ladles I'lnsli Cap's, trimmed with thilx.-t fur, braid and
Uads. worth $.5, go at $1.39
jt. 11 a m to 12 a m
jt Men's .Silk Milliters, worth 75c, such as polka dots, etc.,
during this hour 2QC
$ 12 a m to I p m
J? Mill Ia tilths of Jxnsilale Cambric at, jnr yard c
gm 1 p in to 2 p m
Corset Clasps, per pair lc
Silk Velvets and Flushes, suitable for trimmings, etc.,
in light colors, per yard 25C
f 2 p m to 3 p m
J The very best Vaseline, per hot tie 2C
V Choice of all our Fancy Silks, worth up to$1.2" jieryard,
Qr go at. per yard . 59C
m to 4 p m
tT Fine Plain JJIack Urilliantine Skirts, worth $4, go at.. $2.39
' 4 p m to 5 p m
jT Ladies' Fine White Aprons, worth 10 and 1.1c, go at 4c
Vioiette Soap, worth 6c a cake, go at 4 cakes for fjc
5 p m to O p m
Velvet Waists, worth t-1. one to a customer $2.39
O p m to 7 p m
fif Men's I.a iiulrlcd Sblrts. .lL'btly so Jed from handling, wor'.h Tie. at 39c
ft, A larire C'x; Holile of I'erfume. ulass cork, f.moy bottl?. k'o at 9c
,jj Ladies' Silk I"ufT Ties, worth Toe. at lle
8 p m to 9 P m
fif Child's Work Hjxcs. celliJoUl lid. ti.i:id piintej. iilit,-n hinire. worth 2Tc.
- - at
9 p m to 10 p in
7 kadie.' KtnlT tilery Handkerchiefs, real
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' MrKay'n Old StAiid.
jty oi'ts i;u:mm.'.
J. II. Zimmcr, the senior member of J. B. Zim
mer & Co., will celebrate his 25th anniversary in
business the coming month. In order to show
proper appreciation of generous treatment by
the public and also to make room for an en
tirely new spring stock, sweeping reductions
have been decided on from now until Jan. 1. All
business suits will be sold from $20 up. All
overcoats from $20 up. Pants from $5 up.
Finer grades, dress suits, etc , at correspondingly
low prices. This is no catch penny sch-me, but
a legitimate offer to reduce stock. The pretty
patterns at low prices will surprise you. Come
and see for yourself.
J. B. ZMMER g CO.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
N&SS? & O hi t
A Box of Gloves
Or a Collarette
Glove and Fur Store.
worth ! and ro at 3c
St I W-t Second Street, '
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
PrO!-pet for the Inta!latlm of an Elec
tric Light riant.
Milan. Dec. 20. Mrs. Charles Wil
f.ite is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.
S'Mittuuns. of Andalusia.
Anion Wiegele, of Ulack Hawk, is
1:1 with the grip.
A young son arrived to gladden the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark II. Smith
Mr. Uruebakcr and son, of Kdging
ton, visited Saturday and Sunday
with the Misses. Carnaghan.
A number of friends and relatives
attended the funeral of Mrs. Gertie
JSrovrii at Andalusia Similar.
The Christian Kndeavor societv of
lieulah church will give an oyster sup
per at the town hall at l.uial ou Jcc
Xoda Wilhite. of Chicago, moved
his household goods to Hock Isiand
last S.iturdav, where he wili make his
Mrs. J. S. Matthews, who has lrt-cn
ill for about a month, at this w riting
is a little letter. Her many friends
hope for a speedy recovery.
A brown horse weighing between
eleven and twelve hundred has been
making its home with James Coyuc,
of !wling. for the pat two weeks.
He hopes the owner will soon call
The present pro -pec Is n Milan are
for an electric light plant which is to
- ml i:i by next spring. The coun
cil has appointed a committee con
sisting of Cannon. Drips ami Tenges
to gt t estiiuatt s and plans from dif
ferent lii ins. The committee is to re
port at the next council meeting in
January. A fund has already ix-eu
et aside for the purjxjse. The plant
will belong to the town. All citizens
are in favor of it, and it will be a
great saving over coal .oil lamps.
The otiicers of Milan Chapter No.
:526, O. K. S.. were installed at Ma
sonic hall last Thursday eveniug by
Miss Margaret t a K. Carnaghan, v past
matron. The following are the otii
cers for the ensuing year: Worthy
matron, Mrs. Evelina Heath; worthy
patron, C. W. Thacher; associate
matron. Miss Sadie Johnston ; secre
tary, Mrs. Kutherine Carnaghan;
treasurer, Mrs. Mary Olmsted; con
ductress. Sadie Carnaghan: associate
conductress. Mrs. Edith Brandenburg;
adali, Mrs. Nellie Wilson: ruth, Em
ma Dittmer; martha. Mrs. Nora
Thompson: electa, Clara Johnston;
chaplain, Mrs. Helen Owens: mur.shal
Vesta Sears: organist. Mrs. Harriet
Little: warder, Mrs. Elizabeth Timeli
er; sentinel, Frank II. Harris. After
the installation ceremony a social time
llevnol.ls. Dec. 21. Miss Sue Walk
er, of Moliue, is visiting relatives here
Mrs. James Edgington has been ill
for the past week, but is recovering.
Mr. and M. John McAdam spent
Similar with rei.nives in Davenport.
J. Cromly and Willi-im Castry have
been spending a few days with friends
ill Kock Island.
John Carlson and J. F. Johnston
were doing business in Kok Island
Thomas Kelleher delivered his large
flock of turkeys to J. S. (lilmoic
The lecture given by Koltert Nourse
Fridar night was well attended and
greatly enjoyed by all. The subject
of the speaker was "Dr. Jekvl and
The' Wood men are to give a supper
in the near future and will also pre
sent the play, "Carl Johuson, the
I.oan Drurr. of HufTalo Prairie,
delivered two" car loads of yearling
steers to Hruncr & Vickers Monday
that weighed i:)tU. He received .'t.40
per humtred for them.
Peaceful and lawabiding citizens
were awakened by the reports of shot
guns Tuesday night. Somebody had
U'tter "look :i little out"' or they will
find themself in serious trouble.
COAI. VALLKV ll l.LIXGS.
Coal Valley. Dec. -M. Mrs. John
0. Johnson is juile ill with rheu
matism. Harry El'tis is slowly recovering
from a haul siege of mumps.
A inasijuemde ball will !e given in
the opera houe Friday, Dec. To.
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Sunimersoti
are the proud parents of a baby boy.
Mrs. Henjamin Eewis visited rela
tives in Kock Island from Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. (Iillert Betty returned
home from Iowa, where they have
been visiting relatives.
The Presbyterian church is pre
paring for a Christmas entertainment,
which will le held Saturday evening.
A numlier of young jeopIe sur
prised Miss Vinnie Dalluege Friday
evening, reminding her of her 17ih
How to Look Good.
Good looks are really more than
skin deep, depending entirely on a
1. ealthv condition of all the vital or
gans. If the liver le inactive, you
have a bilious look: if your stomach be
disordered, you have a dyspeptic look;
if your kidneys be affected, yon have
a pinched look. Secure good health,
and vou will surely have good looks.
"Electric lJitters,,"is a good alterative
and tonic. Acts directly on the
stomach, liver and kidneys. Purities
the blood, cures pimples, blotches
and boils, ami gives a gool complex-
ion. tvery iMune guara.nieeu. jmjiu
at Ilartz L'lh-meyer's drug store.
i0 cents per bottle."
Doat Tobarro Spit u4 Smote Toar Life Jlwaf.
To quit tobacco easily forever, be ma?
netic. lull cf lire cerre and visor, take N'o-T
Cac. the wocJur-worter. tiiat li ases e&K men
strong. All druggists, SOc or tl. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and satcpia free. Atldxesa
Bterllns fieaedy Co.. Cblcago or Mew YorJfc
Sherrard. l)ec. -1. Henry Coal
monger, of Cleveland, 111., has secured
work at the mines here.
KoI,ert Davison was at Cable Sun
day on business.
Stephen Coodlow shipped two car
loads of cattle last week to Chicago.
Charles Kinsey and Tom Abercom
bie. of Aleilo, were here last Wednes
day. Misses Dora Barrett and Iottie Had
dick were in the tri-cities last Thurs
John Okermau had one of his feet
badly hurt last Thursday in the mines
Ed IJcrgrccn, who was up to Chi
cago last week, returned home Tues
Kobert Atkinson and son, of Cable
came here to work in shaft No. i
Henrv Ii win is now running a bar
ber shop on Main street iu one of the
William Angus, of Cable, moved his
family and household goods to Sher
rard last Thursday.
Supervisor O. J. Mowry had Kav
Shrover take Cvrus Ulam to the couu-
tr house near Aledo.
Ed Thompson, of Moline, visited
with his sister-int-law, Mrs. James
Shannon, last Sunday.
Mrs. Ceorge Ekstrom, of Remolds
viitcd witii her mother, Mrs. Nix-
dor IT, for a few davs last week.
(ins Dar.ielscn. a former resident of
this i)'ace. but lately of Moline, was
shaking hands with old friends last
Miss Elizabeth Davis left for Oska-
ioos.i Monday, where she will visit
relatives and friends for a month and
spend the holidays.
Dec. i0 Miles A. Collins to Mary
1-.. Jlelmick. no; nwj 10. w, fl.
Miles A. Collins to L. A. Crotsen-
ourg. nw 4, 16, ovv. lot 1, lie 16.
W. II. Webb to Mary E. Helmick.
lie', iiwj 6. 16, ow. 1U0.
W. H. Webb to E. A. Crotsenburg.
nw 4. lti. ov, aud lot 1, ne o, 16,
Margaret S. Tyrrell to Mary A.
Tyrrell and Clara A. Kuss, lots 1 ami
'J, Hitchcock's place. $1.
Ida 11. Tyler to Harry E. Shaw, lot
13. block :5, village of Rapids City,
M. II. Fulseherto Ida R. Tvler, lots
!) and 10, block b. village of Rapids
Ida R. Tvler to Harry E. Shaw, lot
I'-, block o, village of Rapids City,
M. II. Fulscher to Ida K. Tvler, lots
9 a-id 10. block 8. village ot Rapids
Hi'ware of Oiu'uieutM for I'atarrb That
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell ami completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never b used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy
sicians, as the damage they will do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured bv F. J. Cheney
fc Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury.
and is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the. system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure le sure you get the genu
ine. It is taken internally and is made
in Toledo, Ohio, bv F. J. Cheney & Co.
Sold by druggists, price 7o cents
Chfaaso Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Dec. 21.
Keliowinsr were the quotations on the
E'laid i.f l raiii' today:
Pi cenibtr ...$ .i;.".Li
December ... ."-J's
Drtt rr-bir ... .
January 4 fii'.i
Produce: Uutter .xtra creamer
Je.o. incite per It: extra dairies, 16f7!
17c: fresh packir,? stock. 11&12c. Eggs
Fresh stock. 21 per dozen. Dressed
poultry Turkeys. SilOc pr.r lb: chick
ens. CriiCc: ducks. Cfic'ic: geese.6ft7c
per rb. Potatoes Common to choice,
2S57r6c r?r llU- Sweet Potatoes Illi
nois. $1.CiV?i1.25 p"r bM. Apples Com
mon to fancy, tiC03.75 per bbl. Cran
berries Wisconsin bell and busle, $5 00
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Dec. 21.
Kogs Estimated receipts for the day,
3GCU.: fais raneefi at 2.Su"fi3.:3 for
pies. $3.1SCS7Vi for licr.t. J3.15g3.3 for
roufrh put kine, ?3.255j3.45 for mixed,
and JS.S'."1: 3.4 Vi for heavy packing and
ehippice lots. Catilf Kstimate-i re-ttil-ts
tor tr.e ay. S.CM; quotations
rarpil at 15.7.15 Christmas beeves,
S5. ZiU 5.7 j choice to extra Fteers. J4.55'5
5.20 Rood to choice do.. J4.40S4.&5 for
fair to crcod. It fi.'' 4-60 common to me
dium do., $3.Sa'ri4.30 butchers' steers.
iter's. 5.25 fed western steers. $2.C'3 4.30
fe-rdir.sr steers. I.VTi 4.f 0 cows. SZ.CCfl
4.70 heifrs. $- "'"'4.25 bulls, cxen ar.d
stars. $3. "'-''i 4.40 Texas Eteers. end S3.50
6.73 veal talves. Sheep and Lambs
12-timnted receipts for the day. 10. COO;
quotations ranged at S3.0ff4.15 west
err.s. $2.50G4--0 natives, and t3.75S3.40
Io-l Marketfi. "
Co-n Kotr. -a.-)i-e: old. 31gG3c
Hay e.-'rl-0r; wUd. F&g.
l'otjitoes New. av-.
Eutier Fair 10 caoice, lc; fresh creamery,
CUi.'keis-Sprior. per pound.
Ducts e pr pwund.
Turkevs Alive, tc per pound.
Coil -"-oft. Iic.
Cattle -liateher p;.v for com fed steers.
4ie.c; cj.s d Jjeifeiv, 3!4eij4o; calves,
m Of Grand
m Lowest prices
M Easy payments.
H The purchaser.
Regina Music Boxes.
m Everything in
The musfcal line.
M Largest stock,
m Lowest prices.
M All popular sheet
1 Music 20c per
ij Copy. Piano tuning
1 And repairing.
I! All work
m Piano moving.