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0ONCO11D, N. C, FBI DAY; SEPTEMBER 29 1899.
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A MODEL LOVE LETTER.
HE IN FREE.
I pj.inic Combiiialioa ofBeautj, Ha- Mr. W. D. Rliinehardt Receives aCom-
j mor and Pathos. ' mutation On Account of His Good
I p?ar Annie: Every time I Conduct While Serving His Sentence
j (f you my heart flops up Here.
titnvn like a churn dasher, At the Federal court last June !
m-c! rf nnnftovn Win inir Afv W "H l?l-i i -.V. o XT. n
The Climax Reached Today.
Today -vgas the biggest day in
the cotton line we have had this
season. At one time during the
day the wagons were in line
awaiting their turn at the scales,
the rear of the line beinr about
mayor's office. The open
J ..-,,. rm it liko vmiriff unfits townsVii-n nn npppnnnf tliorin
1 7 Ti, -n if ili, i price paid was 7.5'. At 2 o'clock
invert stable roof, and thrill lation of the revenue laws, was ; , , , . , -,
, vi o -in -j . . ' .. ; 141 bales had been weighed
t tvouii'ii it like Spanish needles sentenced to four months m r. , , , A1 -
1 lu - . 1 which npats a, 11 flnvs vt, this
TV, a T)air OI tow linfln t)riSOn hfirft n.nrl tinrl nna Vmn- 1
I tr0uors; as a gosling swimmeth dred dollars. His sentence
! ;na Mud puddle, so swim I in a would not end un.-'l the 21st day
I 5ea of dory
There were no New York quo-
risious oi estatic of October but Thursday night i , t 4. . - t
rlpUuv thicker than the hairs of was his last night spent in our . . - 4l
I ' , . , i , . . . t . 1 i tomorrow on account of the big
2biaumg brush, and brighter county jail. He is now a free f C00bration
tiiau ihe hues of a burning bird's man again and it was a happy j '
I v.:n:on. visit me in my slumbers, surprise to Mm when Deputy Made Twelve Dollars.
on their invisible Marshal Hampton came over I A Mr. Oehlor. of Alocklenbm-
.riiri"--. your imago stands bofore from Chaoite and had hiai re
:v a I roach out and grasp it leased. He will also, o-i account.
lee sox. I JLnG3& socks.
lTl-.i- T -C.i- l l, 1 ,3 fl--w -v-.-. 1-.,, ,1,.. 1 n n I
I itcui ' o- t nun i mist ouiiuiu uiiu iju'iuruii tionars line. i
1 .1!.. r i T AT.- T 1 - . 1 n , i i '
'I Vl,L;r aupiic penecuons, 1 was ir. ii'iineuardi, wiiii.o serving.
LVv. : i pihind my brains whirled his time here, has scarcely been
I a'-ountl lilco a bumblebee under looked upon by Mr. Townsend
county, brought 12 bales of cot
ton to this market on Fridav. He
inter snapping at a blue- of his povoWy, bo exempt from ! 15ves neur charlotte. Ho said
e made twelve dollars bv com-
ing to this market. and he
thought that was a pretty good
i dav's work.
j a : unblor, my eyes stood as an inmate as Mr. Rhinehardt j Mr Ochler thinks Charlotte
j ov,on nk a cellar door in a coun-' always took pleasure in doing l ias too mnv frills an(1 ruffles on
I fv :ov;i, and I lifted up my ears anything needful and one of Mr. i her cotton buyers' drawers. Lost!
;c, (:; 'i the silvery accent of i Townsend's children became es-! motion!
j your vuict'. My tongue refused ( pecially devoted to him, and
j t rair and in silent adoration I many times would he take it and Forty-Three Passed.
J Jrankin the sweet infection of J care for it during the day. HisJ Of the sixty-one persons who
I iliirsty man swallows a , r,n ' stoofl pvnminntion hoforn the Su-
I tv u.- iivu juv. ii;u .iui 111 -" w--
temblor of hot lemonade. Since cay lim most Gf tjmG h0 ! preme court for license to irac-1
f your face fell upon
.1 mv lifp. I soinetimes feel as if I
;f could iil'i mysolf up by my sus-
I iH'nupr.s To the ton of the church
unaav benoo!. uav ana nicrnt
k i.i,, i:i.
J raises from her saffron clouds;
I wiitju in'; jaj UIJ.U. ;iJt-r itr luiiij-
1 ful lay in the apple trees by the
1 .I ,-.l,:ii : i i.i. 4.1.
j UTQ .-m:jiji lltli 1U11 lltiltlH.trs Lilt'
a w -' ill ii v i1 .1 vv i i i i -
inir pig- ariseth from his bed and
I ?ru:Uoth. and rooth form for
.1 T , i -i -i -i
4 '...ii.1. neoi e win ( s nis ( rnniny
s t j
-i t at sultrv noon-tide; and
hf lowing herd comes
:st rnilking thne, I think of
" Mi') 'ike a piece of gum
. viy heart seems stretched
': i'nss my l)osom. Your
' !;ke the mane of mv sor-
' powdered with gold, and
" :' : iiis skowei'ed tlirough !
spent downstairs with the family.
Even though he has served a
sentence for violation of the
United Slates law, Mr. Rhine
hardt is a man who has many
The Little (ihl Was Lest.
On Thursday afternoon when
Mr. Will Misenhe'mee was com
ing to town he found a littfe-girl
out on the Beatty's ford road
near where the chaingang is
working. It. didn't know where
it lived and seemed not to know
in which direction was its home.
Mr. Misenheimer brought the
child down street but soon after
getting here the child's father
came after it. It was the daugh
ter of a man named Earnhardt,
tice law, forty-three of them !
passed. Of the number that
passed were Mr. Jake Newell, of
this county;' Mr. Bach man Miller,
of Rowan county; Mr. Walter
Woodson, of Salisbury, and Mr.
J D Bivins, of Stanly county.
Mr. M J Freeman returned
home last night.
Rev. C B Miller is spending
today in Charlotte.
Mr. Horace Freeman, of
Lexington, is here today.
Baxter Gillon, of China Grove,
spent last night here.
Mr. R H Merritt, of the
Standard Oil Co., is here today.
Mrs. CJnnt:. Marv Smith is
who has recently moved to For- ' re,jslere(i at the St. Cloud hoUu i
50 dozen men's black socks
thrown to the breeze at a great
sacrifice. How we come by
them is too long to tell, thy
come to you about at hah
price and that should be inter
ing. Not a pair that's not
worth 15 and 20 cents. You
get them at 10c a pair or $1.10
dozen. They are fine gauge,
full fashioned feet, spliced
heels and guaranteed fast
black- They are equal to any
thing ever thrown on a
counter at 15c and many
worth 20c. A hosiery chance
that don't come every day.
True Bargains for the eco
Lewis Brown and
Jack Has Touirh Luck.-
Little Jack Wadsworth, son of Tom White went over to Char
' , , . . loite this morning.
Mr. Jno. C Wadsworth, seems to t
i.,. 4i ,ftC.f nnWiinntn hnhv of Mrs. Jas. W Cannon and
, hair till me witn un- " ,ih Miss Margaret Cannon returned
p i i the bunch. Only a low months
' :'ve. Your iorehead j ulJi- j home last evening from Char-
4i iu e 'aohe fell on some glass andj1 ff
ner man the elbow of un;uu . , . lotto.
-1 l. 'enme near cutting his nose oft
our eyes are glon- cameri nCtU ; f ,A : Mr. Jas. C Gibson returned
!itemplate; in their , auu J . , 1 home this morning from Albe- i
troubles, in uie ciuu uvx mnrlft w nfirfi lie AVt3nt t0 assist m
! ) I I 1 S
:k i what he tnougnt was c.tuuy, uuo starting tne new uaiiK.
its in an old army
A "hen your head lays
, .it proved to be concentrated lye. j M ;,ssi Campbell will
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Fortunately he ctian t, swaiiow lor;VO t071iv.it f )r ashington and
y manly breast, y, and he su Herod only a little
J J . hit with a sore lip. Jack is hav-
; :r,i "i your eves penetrates
uiv "i i ; x i i c in
bit with a sore lip.
through an old young.
ironi there she will return to her
home in Virginia.
Ynnr nose, is
-i n , , Played To a Large Audience.
The TCarlow minstrels
niarDio. ana your ,
i , ' .41 J , the best crowd in the hall Thurs
! puckered with sweet- WUVVU1
v , t dav nio-ht that has attended any-
' ciai- hngers on your (Ul luliL tliaL v
"h'.nevona bear's paw. thing for a long while Pne ,
'nils of untledged kisses patrons returned to their homes
mulv to fly out and splendidly pleased with the mm--.
iiei-e, like blue-birds sLreis. The music was good and
--ir parent's nests. Your with but a few exceptions their
:iu my ears like harp jokes were clever ones and
ihohlcat of a stray were calculated to make one
: 1 - bleak hillside. The shake with laughter. The solos, ;
your cheek are like especial the bass soV. was yery
1:1 bod of roses, or hoi- fire, as was also the quartette.
' ' of home-made su-
i fll'Sil lino '
I FANCY 1
' Jf AT
in- , i s
lo & CompV. iis
"Tl TTsa unci? I UI sfBi onv
With a car of TRUNKS.
Car load of STOVES.
Car load of CHAiKS.
aid the Third Car of SPRINGS
in tha Jast four months, all in this week
OIs it any wonder w. had to figure in the "Mayor's Corte" for blockading 71
the town. Our rade uibkes it neceesiry. Give yonr trade; that's J
0 what we want. W ; ned new streets arid straighten old fnes it takeb g
5j money to g-'t them nud are willing to contribute just keep us busy
fl and we won't kick e haven't time. (J
We are expecting a Car of Furniture today.
Mr. Barney Douglass, of
BELL, HARRIS &c CO.
! on i'uiu-th i;igo.) Winston, spent r.
P S. Sc methiDR new in tow.;. Te weary on lit' an u C ! ':..
Spring Mattiees, The B b; in town. Bell, Harris .t Co.