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CONCORD, DEO. 5, 1805.
W reproduce an artice from the
rh "rees- Visitor about ts-
J u-K;-; Scenck'a latest bomb. The
old n-an ia really sore over losing a
h tl--.it he held for 14 years. Too;
' to tu in mm oui 10 rasa at fuj
thick Judge Schenck is too late
the c:a e :3 made; and what few
z..-j)L yi'3 do strike his wings, ex.
t.Kuai . . ur the dear people, will
h ;iy ..i.v him boost enough to
c;.: ii o heaven of political honor or
ia "he wings, toe, will wear to
a f r: vti the next election. Too
: i;re claimed t? be the largest
iirs entries in the world are the twp
built recently in London. One is
j ;.bk oi" throwiutf 1,-iCO, the other
l3b00 I j 2,000 gallons of water per
:n;tut.- The machines we'h three
.D.l o.H'-half tons eacii, and can be
:, ., :; j drawn at full gallon by four
ii u r i .' .
and Mrs. Jules Harmon, of
-;ourg, Mich., cbrated the
uniersary of their wedding:
i!; ? '.;ueer way last week. Sixteen
r,;;r after their marrhge they were
reed, and last Tuesday, the
:v-f.iifyfith anniversary, they were
Senator Butler has rented and u
living in a $20,000 brown-stone
f.;jw palace in Wellington. The
Senator is a horny-handed son-of
a modern agriculturist.
The report comes from Washing
tw: that Congressman Shu ford drop
ped a nicMe into a street letter box
Icl jind p&iiently waited for IV
thing to play a tune. We don't be
hev it. Congressman Shuford
doesn't look like he is fond of music.
THO rE OK II AM IS.
1 . filter of Wlieelcr II. Pecktiam, u
-;eud of Mill and JIurpliy, anil a
Washington, Dec. 3. The Sen
&ie; in executive session this after
noon, cunGnned the nomination of
Oltey and Harmon. Kuf us W Pecko
hum, of -New York, nominated to he
justice of the Supreme
Oonrt of the United Stfttes; is a
b. other of Wheeler H Peckham,
nominated f.nd rejected for the same
placa during the laat Congress. The
nomination appears to bd satisfac-i
lory tothe Senate and there will be
no dilatory tactics against the con
firmatio:i cf the nominee. Mr.
Teokham ia a member c ' Mia Albany
iamiiy oL that namt tad had been
ft? csa years a member Mhe New
York Court of Appeals. IIo is a
nan u: iUmt 55 years of age
II is a personal friend of both
Senator Hill and Senator Murphy
, . Mr .;,, excIaim.
ed tht it was a pity the brother had
not been given the honor. It is
stated positively that the present
nominee has the endorsement.. of
both the New York Senators and
that he will bo confirmed as speedily
as possible. Mr, Peckham has been
a consistent Democrat all his life,
but ht8 never been identified with
any of the factional party quarrels.
First You can't do it ; the man
who can must be more than mortal
Second Give her her own way ;
it will save her the trouble of tak
Third Pay for her dresses if you
can afford it. Her dress maker will
sue you if you don't.
Fourth If she takes a fancy to
any man you don't want her to
marry, tell her jour heart ia set on
her marrying hiiu and swear aht
shall nevtr laarry any other j ou
can give Ijer a free hand and .ihe
wouldn't, have him if he wu'j the
only mar. left.
Fifth If there is anv man you
waut hfr tQ lJ)arry. kj0k h!U1 out of
your Louse, forbid the eryai.U
admit Jiim, distiibute imvi traps auu
spring bri:iis and bull doga all around
your grounds, loek her in her room
and vow if he marries him yor?
won't leaye her a pr.ny. You v:iil
not have to va;t long atct-r i-m.-. rr
Sixth If she ha3 no voii.o en
cuurae her to sing ivhcu ir you
give a party. It will attract a: tent
tion tc her and give your guests an
excuse for comlimentim; her.
Never mind the neighbors.
Seventh If you are a poor man,
teach vour d ;.H,h'er to dance and
play the piano. She cii; learn
cooking dud dressmakiiig aad ihoc
things after she is married.
Tauhouo, N. Cm Dec. 4. U:or-.j
WaBhinjion, Jr, was luigd in-r.'
today, lie was tried and cn ?:ctet-J.
at the last term of the KdgecomLo
'iminal cauJ-, for the murder of
Charles Neville, a pump man at
the wu?r tank of the Atlantic Coast
The murderer was a yotm nc;;ro
of eiff ;'ppn years of agr, and was
TIji' Ideal iaiiara.
Jlih?" Ii IVthHf, Aldov; : u, Cbi
capjo, hr..-; "I regard . Kill's
New Dibcovcry ;is a Idoul Panacea
for CouLr, Colds aud Luug Com-
plaint?, having usod it. in my fr.mily
fr.r flio I;:?! flv. vH"s;. rn tin rln.
sion of phybidau'slprescriptioiis or
liCv. John j'iurgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writca : "I have been a Minister of
tlio Isleihodiyt Episcopal Church for
CO yeai3 or l.iore, and havo never
found anything so beneficial, or
that gave me such epeedy relief as
Dr. King's New Discovery." Try
this Ideal Cough Heinedy now.
Trial Bottles Free at Fetzer's Drug
BELONGS TO THE NEW7
To oien January 1, 1896
the Hoover & Lore building,
room now occupied by Lowe
"W. 3L. BELL,
Undertaker and Embalmei
La Grippe, for Golds, Coughs;
AND LUNO TROUBLED,
0"Tvro yean ago, I had the grippe,
and it left mi with a cough Which gave
ra no rest night or day. My family
physician prescribed for me, changing
iho medicine as often as he found the
things I had taken were not helping
rae, hut, in spite of attendanro, T pot
no bettor. Fin;.llyiny husl.anil, rtad
ing one tl.ny of a ontlciiKui who had
had the rijtjx; un.i wua ckivmI liy takir:
Ayer'.s (.'Ilmtv Pectoral, procured, for
xuo, a Inn'.'ci vl tliis medicine, a ml before
1 had tulvt n Ij;'if of it, I was cured. I
havo used tlirf Pectoial fo. my children
and in my family, whenever wo have
needed it, and have found it a specific
for colds, coughs, and lung troubles."
Emily AVooj North St., Elktou, Md.
er's Olisrry Psctaral
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
Cf A I, ATI A,
Pari. Mcvclno Co.. St. I)Ui. Mo
CJAT-ATIA, Hxs., Nov. 16, 1393.
GKOVE'H TASTELESS CLIILLi TONIC RiKl havo
LouRht ttireo Kross already this year. Iu i.ll our ex
lTii'nco of 14 y?ar3, in tlio dru business, havo
never sold an nn.do thtitgavo each uuiveraal tsatia
tctiwu ad yvur Tuulc. Voura truly,
AUliKY, CAUR & CO.
For side hy all druggists.
Notice of liis.Holtitioii.
Notice is hereby sriven that the
firm of C. Holshouser & Co., com
posed of C. Holshouser and J L
Miller, was dissolved by mutual
consent on Nov. 1st 1895.
J. L. Miller.
I will continue the business and
fLHfluma all liabilities of C. Hols4
houser & Co-, and collect all .notes
accounts and other indebtedness
due said old firm.
Nov. 4 '95 J. L. Milled
Thanking: the public for paBt
favors 6I solicit a, continuance of
same- J L Milled.
& Flourishing School for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
" ' Carefui Attention -;
UEV. C. L. T. FISHEP., A, Mi
a mm m
Ma 1 I ksi If Isa 1
k vn n?-$ lap
We how have
in wool and cotton for infants
misses and ladies.
Infants jersey rib wool vests
Misses jersey rib cotton
Ladies jersey rib cotton
vests at 5, 18; 2J, 35 and 45c.
Ladies jersey rib wool vest
and drawers line goods, 1.95
Ladies extra line merino
wool yests only S3. 00 per pair.
Ladies red medicated
vests at z'l per pr.
Ladies' vrliite and colored
Meri-io cotton vests 38, 40
and 45 cents.
Ladies' white and colored
merino ro?frn drawers
Youths' niei'j'jio cotton un
deiohirts, whi!-e and colored at
Mens' white and colored
K N IT U N D E RSH I R TS
at 175 cts.
Aleiih' white merino col ton
undeishirt'j at 25, 35, JS and
45 cts , thes: 3Sct shirrs have
sold for 4f cents up till this
Mens' mixed color nnder
shirt 3 at lSh and 2o cts, cton
bleibreasted and back at Go c
Mens' mixed one-half wool
at 47 h cts, double back ;;nd
front 75 cents.
Mens' good red wool ander
shirts at To cents.
gloves (all wool) at lo, 18, 20,
25 and '3S cents. Tjieae cash
mere gloves arc tlio linest we
have ever ohered, for the
prices are at least 20 per cent,
cheaper than last year.
Ladies' black and tan col
ored Sweed linished casLmers
ete gloves at 45 cents.
Ladies' fleeced lined silk
gloves at 55 cents.
Gents' black cashmere
gloves at lo cts, heavy gloves,
Gents' black wool cashmere
gloves at 25 and 38 cents.
at 15cts, liner at 17, 20 and 25
Gents' fine camel hair socks
at 20 and 25 cents.
Gents' line worsted sox at
Gents' lleeced linen cotton
sox 15 cents.
D.e&J. sOSTlAN, proprietoi'
mm . "v
Special baiains i.
coarse and ihlB 8eainletlns
black 5 to 40 cents
Big job gents black 11,1.
worth 40 cts at 20. e So
cotton box at 10 cents k
seamless sox at 5 o,
10 cents. ' ' bi
infants zei)ivv v,,;t k
10 cents. 1 "au boot,
Infants zephyr, wool, cask
mere, phrA and dlk hood
Infants wool stockings at 7i
12 o-nts. 2
Misses and youths French
mixed ribbed lioc;e 7 to 8 u
Misses black ribbed bos? 5
to 8 1-2 in. at 10 cunts,
Infants cordaroy ribbed
uiuuiv uoae 10 i.y m nt ia
The best ladies fast black
seamless hose to be found at
30 cents, better grades up to
at o cents per gross or box,
Be-st brass pins at 3 and 4c.
Horn dress stays at 3 oents
j per aozen.
Best spool silk at 4 cents
per spool, twist 2cts, lect
shields for lOcts, white tape 1
ce)t pr roll, 29 inch cotton
plaids at 5 cents.
Drilling and cotton flannel
that sell for SI and lOcts at 7j
All wool red flannel at 15
navy flannel for skirts at 20c
Good cotton blankets 75c up
Comforts at 90c and ih
couuterpaines 63cts to $2,0
Three pound feather pillows
at 50 cents.
10-4 sheets at $1,25 per p?ir.
White swans down
at 25 cts per yd.
Black Aurora trimming at
Infants iong and sbort
wraps cneap. 1 7 in
terns of fine embroidered iUJ
nelat $1,48 per piece,
We have purchased a lot ot
wash outlining emfcioiaw
silk which we will sell a, -per
A O K E T.