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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, December 21, 1899, Image 3

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' r-. III. i ' 1 i EAT HER in i. i' assort nu'iit of Christ ,:..s presents in Leather ( I ,k;1s ( 'a . (I Cases, x !!nr an I Cuff Boxes. lxts1 purses, ..m.- ;r aiiij.rator skin ami nioroeeo, both in fan and black. : .;ih! look at our line of 0. (OOEEBLL The t) eweleii. Misses BemicePharrand Kate Lentz have returned home from Salem to spend the holidays. Sauer- Kraut-, nf t: , BarrW "u -ippara & 3t NEW YORK MARKETS. Jan . . . March Mav. . : ..N'0ED ..1842. "lilies4 "Sixci Their Own Praise." !: :ss your wife, daughter or ;.t been longing for a Piano ? Win- not give her one for Chrfest - - one of those celebrated, rrnuhle, sweet-toned STIEFF I'lAXOS. We' a not burden your purse v.; ha big price, and we'll give you convenient terms in which a (io the paying. i 'atalogue and book of susreres- cheeriully given. A'. . MWlPPf Pian Manufacturer, SJUIUI, BHlllmore M1. fi-iy Branch Warerooiii, r"-,.,; lli'arlotte, N. C C. H. WHmoth, Mgr. Fine tuning and repairing. PALACE ORGANS. TELEPHONE NO. 71. For a nice Xmas present call ;mu see the new style card photo ai Scott's gallery. Special for tne holiday 1.00 for one-half Mrs. Wellington, whose home n at Mr. W J Hill's has gone to liarlotte to spend the holidays. Mr. Tom White returned home Wednesday night from Atlanta to spend the holidays. Morris Caldwell has returned l.oiiie from Davidson college to end the holidays. Mr. J W Toney, who has been sick for more than a week, is novr gradually improving. ii". RobL L Keesler is spend ing the holidays with his friend, frv. C M Payne. A rcl icy Cannon returned home W i in 'sday night from Richmond ?,- pend ten days. Miss Constance Cline hasre tnied home from Elizabeth col lego to spend the holidays. Miss Ada Craven has returned liome from Charlotte after spending a week. Mr. Frank Rogers returned home Wednesday night from the Maryland University to spend the holidays. Mrs. C W Trice, who has been spending a while here, has re fined to her home at Lexing- Remember on next Saturday 'eid Monday will be the time for you to have your. , Xmas photo graphs taken at my gallery. I F i ve the prettieet new style cards f'Vor shown in Concord. Don't Fkii to see me. : Money saved, is i oney made. J J Cook, Opposite Court House. . Now is the time to order your hr istm a s Oysters, and we will be please to have your order. Concord Bakery. Joe Fisher, Proprietor. FilOXE 122 Everybody is expecting a treat by hearing the San FnnZ "i.uouw lu morrow nk-ht B blfnd U'S thG b"oftho May Comedians, vocalists, dancers July musicians jugglers, contortion ists, acrobats, gymnasts and other artists will greet vou from i.ie stage tomorrow uight. Goods advertized by Cannon Oetzer Co. have come in to day: 1,000 I tows' Suiis ().y ) Boys' Pants, loo Boys' coats, 100 Men's Overcoats oo dozen Caps. All ready for to morrow's sale. Rev. E H Hardin-, D. D of Farmville, Va, is visiting' at Judge Montgomery's. It will bo remembered that Mrs. Hardin" has been visiting here for some time. COTTON Open HIgn Low Closed 09 13 0G 07 22 25 1- 1) 30 32 25: 33 12-U 125 120i 12H CHICAGO WHEAT. 00. V GUI Gi..; u:; "0 70J- (W 70 CONCORD MARKETS. -t.) 7 35 6 95 6 S5 The Concord Institute is doino thorough work. Plenty of room and teachers. Black Diagonal Mackintosh Cape Coats for $1.00 at Cannon & Fetzer Co.'s. COTTON MARKET. Corrected by Cannon & Fotzei Good middling Middling. ... 1 Low middling Stains fc PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected by Swink & White Lacon Sugar-cured hams. . . . Bull: moat sides Beeswax Butter Chickens Corn jJL wjn,. tawwi.'aKi' w m jj'.u.mjm ipj..wy.'.'i8w minimi m,fjim.iM '-"ir'tlHl'lf ' Kxt ftii m mm 1 ' i'.m 1 c-C Ml' Lard Flour (N. C.).... Meal Oats Tallow 20 10 to 15 10 to 25 05 . 15 10 82 00 65 50 1 tutj sw1 Stove Will make the wholo family glad on Xmas day. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Headquarters for Santa Glaus. When a boy goes a-fishin' he puts a Worm on his hook and- drops it 'the innocent fish, hoping to deceive them with a morsel of food. The fish gets the worm, but the boy gets the fish. Just so, seme merchants have a few leaders at cost to catch human suckers. We mark everything at rock bottom. Should you want 100 articles you would find the one hundredth one as cheap as the first one. , i STATIONERY. Books, lc to S18.00 per set. Box paper, 10c to 2.68. Games 5c to 3.50. Fancy boxes, well assorted, 25c to 2.25. Fancy ink -stands, 10c to48c. Lap writing desks, 38c. Christmas cards and booklets, 10c to 15c. Photograph Albums, 38c to 2.50. Scrap albums, 10c to 48c. Autograph albums, 5c to 15c. Photo frames, 5c to 1.48. Framed pictures, 10c to 3.00. GENTS NECKWEAR. Puff Scarfs, Imperial Ties, Four-in-Hand Ties, and Teck Scarfs, Bows and String Ties, 15c to 35c. JEWELRY. Solid silver handle novelties, knives, paper knives, nail files, match boxes, shoe horns, bodkins, button hooks, manicure sets, shaving brushes, assorted hat marks and coat marks, at 25c to 98c. Solid silver bracelets, 1.48. Plated bracelets, 25c to 1.48. Stick pins, beauty pins, and breast pins, 5c to 1.75. Fountain pins, 75c, to 1.35. Solid gold rings, with assorted stone sets, at 1.25 to 6.25 each. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Harps, zithers, toy horn Ac cordeonS, mandolins, 4 Violins, banjos, guitars, ranging from a 5c harp to a 4.00 Violin. TOYS FROM lc. UP. GLASSWARE. It is impossible to give you anything like a complete list of them all, or all the kinds. Wq have a nice assortment pianos, from.25c to1.48. Boys soldier's outfit, 50c to 98c. Iron toys, 10c to 1.68. Balls, 5 and 10c. Rattlers, 5c to 35c. Doll beds, and Hammocks. Tin and cast iron stoves, 10 to 98c. Tin kitchen sets. 5c to 48c. China tea sets, 5c to 1.50. Pistols, 5 and 10c. Roaming toys, 5c to 25c. Doll furniture, 10c to 25c. Rubber rattles and dolls, 10c to 48c. Blocks, assorted, 5c up, and many other lines we can't men tion China Department Cake plated, 25c to 1.10. Table platds, 10c to 48c. " , Child's A El 0 plates 5 and 10c. Salad bowls 25c to 98c. . Four piece table sets 1.68. ... Five piece tea sets 1.00. Tea pots, 15 to 95c. Chocolate pots, 25c to 2.38. Cream and Water Pitchers, 25c to 98c. ... Covered butter dishes, 48c. HSugar bowls, 25c to 48c. 8racker jars,. 38c to 1.00 ups and Saucers, 10 to 55c. Individual butter plates, lc. Individual Salts, 5cf . Tooth pick stands, 5 and 10c. Candle sticks 15 to 48c. Mugs 5 to 25c. Fancy pin trays 5 to 25c. Bisque figures 10c to 1.48. Bisque match, toothpick, Ci gar, flower and watch holders from 10c to 1.38. China and glass vases from 5c to 2.48 each. Plain white and while or green with gold decorations.' Full line of table and fancy pieces at 15c for 6 pieces, to 25c each. Parlor lamps 1.25 to 1.68, Hall lamps 1.48 and 1.68. NOTIONS. Fine hand-painted Austrain fans 75c to 1.98. Clocks 95c to 5.25. Cologne 5c to 1.25 per bottle. Silk. handkerchiefs 8c to 75c. Linen handkerchiefs 10c to 35c. Cotton handkerchiefs 1 to 15c, Mirrors, triple coat, 25c, pocket 10c, Hand 15c up, and shelf 55c to 68 cents. Umbrellas and parasols, as sorted. Kid gloves 85c to 1.48. Heavy silk mittens 98c. Cashmere gloves 25c. Belts 15c to 98c. DRY GOODS. Ladies' dress skirts 98c to bor caded silk 3.25. .Chenile table covers 40c to 2.00. Chenille lace curtains 67c to 2.50 per pair. Infants' silk caps and cloaks, assorted. . Ladies' zephyr fascinators 25c to 66c . If you don't see what you want come and ask for it. We are very apt to have it. 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