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THE CHURCHES CHRISTMAS
THE HAPPIEST DAY OP THE
What the Various Cburchca of the
City Will Do Cbrlutinaa Trees at
Borne and ProvlttloiM for the
Christmus will be here in a short while
Everybody, old and young, is making
preparations for this, the happiest day of
all the year.
Some of the churches have prepared to
Rive the children of their Sunday-schools
Christmas trees or entertainments while
others will devote the exercises to provi
ding for the poor ol the city.
At the Central Methodist Episcopal
church, South, Christmus will be ob
served with a tree for the Sunday school.
This will be Christmas night at 7:!U)
o'clock. The program will include the
distribution of the presents on the tree
and some excellent music. Miss Alice
Smith will officiate as orgnmst nnd R
B. Furman nnd F. A. Hull will add to the
harmony with their comets. Mr. J, Nor
ris Myers, who leads the singing at thin
.Sunday school will nave charge ol tile
THINITV lil'ISCOI'AL CIU'KCII.
There will be a Christmas tree at Trini
ty Episcopal church for the children of
the Sunday school Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. The usual Christmas
service fur the children will lie held Sun
day at i p. ni when there will lie a mu
sical nrocram. The children of Trinity
have provided for a Christmas tree for the
children of St. Andrew's chapel, across
the French Hrouri river. This will I
Friday at 4 p. m.
COI.I.KOI-. KTKKKT I'HAI'KI..
All the children that have belonged to
the College street cbaiel Sunday school
during the past year are invited to at
tend the opening of the Christmus box
next Fridnv afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
superintendent and oflicers of the school
for the past year are esecially urged to
attend ns their services are expected
Mrs. DcWitt Drown and Miss Anna
Uruylcs desire to express their thanks to
all who assisted them in getting the
Christmas box tilled.
At Riverside M. E. church south, there
will be a Christmas entertainment fort'ic
children of the Sunday school. Friday
night at 7:3(1 o'clock. There will in all
probability be a Santa Clans at this ex
ercises and the children will have n de
lightful time of it. The music will be led
by Mr. J. Norris Myers nnd Miss Anna
l luyton will be the organist.
FIRST PAI'TrST CIII'KCH.
"n Christmas eve at 7 311 I to-morrow
night) there v. ill lie n meeting at the First
Baptist church and instead of a Christ
mas tree there will be made a collection
of gifts from the members of the church
una sundav school lor the poor. These
gills will be placed in the bands of a
committee lor distribution.
NORTH ASIIIVII.LK CIU'KCH.
There will be Christmas exercises for
the children of the Sunday school of the
North Asheville Methodist Episcopal
church, south, to-morrow night nt 8
o'clock. Instead of a tree there will he a
ship on which the presents will lie ar
ranged. There will lie a musical and lit
erary program rendered bv the children.
HIRST I'HKSIIVTKKIAS CHI'RCH.
At the First I'resbyterinn church the
Christmas exercises for thecliildrcnol the
Sunday school will lie held next Tuesday.
Offerings will lie made by the children
nnd the gilts will be distributed among
the children ol the Hailey street mission
on New Venrs.
FRKXCII MMOAII RAI'llST.
There will be a Christmas feast and en
tertainment for the children of the French
Broad Baptist church Sunday-school at
the church Friday afternoon at three
o'clock. There will be Christmas exer
cises and music.
WKST P. NO IIAPTIST MISSION.
At the West End Baptist mission there
will be a Christmus entertainment for
the children of the Sunday school Friday
at 3 p. m. There will lie music and
FIRST JIKTIIOIUST CIH'KCII.
A Christmas tree on Wednesday even
ing will be the celebration for the chil
dren of the Sunday school of the First
Methodislchurch, corner of Buttriek nnd
A FAIR AT TIIR IIATTRRV I'AKK.
The children at the Battery I'nrk will
give a fair at the hotel Christmas night,
lor the sale of fancy articles. The pro
ceeds will be donated to the Mission hos
pital in this city. The children are tnk
ing a great deal of interest in the fnirand
the undertaking will doubtless he a great
success. At a similar fair at the hotel
last Christmas about $100 was renliied.
CIIRINTMA AT TRINITY.
Program oft be Music for Ibta oc
caalon. There will be special Christmas services
at Trinity (P. E.) church Thursday at It
a. m. The music at this service will be as
Organ prelude "For unto us a I
child is bo.n." f Handel,
Hymn No. 19, llvmnnl
Venite No. 346, Hymnal
Psalms ID, 45, 85, Hymnal
Te Drum Gnrratt In t).
Jubelste No. 143, Hymnal
Christmas Hymn, "Angels
fromtberealmsof glory, "0. W.Wnrren
Hymn No. 17, llymnnl
At the communion service the musk-
will be a given Mow :
Communion JIvinn 207.
Garratt In E
Gloria in Bxcelsis No. 451, Hymnnl.
Dr. Garratt, the organist of thischurch
will furnish the instrumental music.
AQalet Wedding Near Asbevllle
N, P. Corn, a popular young contrac
tor and builder, and Miss Llllie Math
ews, daughter of C. C. Mathews, ere
married at the home of the bride's father
on the Bwannanoa, four miles from
Ashcrill this afternoon at o'clock. The
wedding was a quiet one and only a few
friends of tb couple were present, Rev.
W. A. Netaoa officiated. Mr. and Mrs.
Cora will take a short trip and will re
twra to Asheville t mak their home
"My pard says y rnr Mm
far baeht' cm trgj' B.NeroV
did." Tiaip ''Ginsuse f
- I'M Mil
sraii win v
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER
Forecast till Sa. nt. Wednesday
srnin HrluhlH winds! anient
cssnees In tcmperaluren colder
Dy Tnurtosx uiuruius,
Highlands Star: A. M. Burrell is at
work in Asheville.
Harry S. Williams has returned from
Philadelphia for the holidays.
Robert B. Rood, mutineer of the Bell
telephone exchange in Richmond, Va., is
in the city.
F. P. Lewis, the electrical expert who
helped to enuip the Asheville street rail
way, is in the city.
1. Riether.of I'tiea, New York, is in the
city, stopping at 211 Fatton avenue,
nnd will remain several montus.
Thorburn Rcid. of New York, a con
sulting electrical engineer is sending the
holidays witu Kev. vt. s. i nryan.
Miss Mary Love Stringlield and J. K.
Thomas, of'Wuynesville, passed through
the city lust night enroute to New York
on u visit.
Prof. C. A. Webb, of the 1 (range street
public school, left last night for his home
in Warren county, to send the Christ
The collection of internal revenue Ini
tios district yesterday were $3,IHil.."!.
The Asheville collector's office took in
Mr.John It. Carter, who is now at
work at the Phosphate lieds in South
Carolina is home to spend Christmus
with his family.
The Ashetillr Killc club will have a
turkev shooting at their grounds on
Charlotte street to-morrow at 10
o'clock a. m. All sHirtsHicn are invited.
Johnny get your gun.
The Italian ieddlcrs who ha vcbccii dis
playing their wares within the inclosure
on court square have lieen ordered otl bv
Sheriff Reynolds and they now ply their
trade ou the curbing in front ol the
Owing to an accident to the engine at
the power house the street cars did not
run until almost 12 o'clock to-day.
Even alter that houi the douhlrdny line
was not oicraled, liccause of the want
ol sufficient Miwer.
J. S. Bixby has resigned ns manager of
the Telephone exchange and las. Northey
has taken charge in his stead. Mr. Nor
they is said to be n thoroughly experi
enced man in his business. Mr. Bixbv
has gone to Charlotte to live.
Murphv Bulletin: im Ilnrrulsoii. of
Piililouega. u., who lias been siicnding
the past summer and full with his sister.
Mrs. L. li. Mauney. in Murphy, left n
lew days ago to accept n position with
the Western North Carolina railroad at
some point near Asheville.
A prominent business man, on reach
ing home at dinner time to-day found his
five year-old son covered with u thick
layer ol rich black amit. Explanations
were in order and it was ascertained by
the anxious parent I hat his heir had
Urn climbing up the chimney in eager an
ticipation ot a look at Santa Linus.
Mr. li. li. I'errv. the wide awake repre
sentative ol I.uddeii .t Hates' Southern
Music linusc. Savannah, Hit., left to-day
lor his home in Nashville, Tenii., where
he will snend the holi lavs. Perry is a
rustler, and the Imivs I nnd girls too, for
that matter i will miss him much. He
will return in nliout two weeks, however
determined to do more business in lH'.U
than was ever lirlore accomplished in his
line in Western North Carolina.
The rtprrss office nnd the pnstorlicc
are having their usual shareof theChrist
mas celebration. The lormcr is almost
overun with packages containing gilts.
T.-a iii.ni1 mi the Murnhv brunch evi
dently intend to have a jolly Christmas
as there was an unusually large number
of stone jugs to go out on that road
this morning. The iKistottice is also
Hooded with packages, but ol amove del
icate nature. The clerks are busy and
II. S. McI'uftV. the pastor, sends
the following to Thf. Citizkn:
there will lie service at Trinity chapel
Wednesday umht at 11 o clock, wun a
sermon bv the Key. Mr. Kitison. Holy
communion nt midnight with proces-
sionnl hymn, "Shout the glnd tidings.'
Christmas bvmn. "O come all ve faith
lul," by Novcllo, Communion hymn No.
211." ; recessional, "Calm on the listening
ear ol night." The public is invited to
attend these services.
TWO CHRISTMAS WEODIMfilS.
R. I Thranb and M Ink Nellie Wll-
nan and P. 11. Jones and
Acton, a small village a few mile west
of this city, is to be enlivened by two
Christmus marriages. To-morrow after
noon at six o'clock K. I.. Tbrnsh and
Miss Nellie Wilson will be married nt the
Methodist church at that place. Kev. J.
F. Austin will ofheinte at this wedding,
On Thursday si I o'clock the same
church will be' the scene of the marriage
ol Mis M. E. Ilviilt. daughter of K. II
Hyatt, nnd F. M. Jones, a Kipular def
uty shrrilt. Rev. . M. Ilawkissv will
perform the ceremony.
MTWnnted to lease a brick building
AoxlSO for five or ten years. For plans
and specifications impure nt
drcS.ld.'lt Tiik Akiikvii.i.k Siiof. Co.
BI'MI NKSM NOTICM.
For Thla Week.
Note the following at Law's: !t casks
of decornted chinn dinner sets at 925
and S2H ner set worth S.'Kl. Tlie I nun
ncsc department is being closed out for
good, liooiis marked way uown.
Ourn. 10. 13, 10.28. 3Ii and M cent
Table are worthy ol attention. Art
hooks nnd booklets, children's books,
blocks nnd dolls. 07, OU and 111 south
WCome to "The Dig Racket Store"
lor your Christmas toysnnulnncy goons.
Uiggest stock and lowest price. dt2S
MTCIaremont, this plnce, formerly
occupied by Mrs. II. C. Hunt, i now
ready for guests, Mnny improvements,
telephone, bath, etc., nenr South Main
street. Address Miss Hrohun.
Indent to New Advertisement a.
NnTKS M. lilllrk
Pensions W. B. Lord,
Notics C, D, Blanton. Mayor.
artrsMKNT First National Rank.
Kniiiiits Tsmplab W. P. Randolph.
lan.acTia Harnrr'a Youna Penol.
Tms Atlantic llohtoa. Mlfllln at Co.
NI0HTS TBMPLAR I
Mrattlsr Conelsrs Cyrrne Cnrnmandery
No. B, K. T , will tie IMId 1
on Christmas alaht
Vlsltlna fratrra rnnilally wl-
W. r. KAMKll.PH.
The following ordtnsnet was ratified by
th. Hoard of ATdermen I lee. 19. I "(Ml:
n It ordained be th Maror sad Board of
Aldermea of the City of Aih.lll, that any
persoa or corBoratloa, or th. a sent of any
corporation, who shall throw or imt, or per
mit to be thrown or pat, any reraa of aas
or any other matter deleterious to the public
health, la th.atr.sai kaownasTowa branch,
or any other stream wlthla the corporate
limits of said city, shall, oa cosrlctloa there,
of, tMlnrd twcnty-lTS dollars for each sad
every ofleaca. The ordlnaaeaahall hs la fore,
from aad after Its ratlncatloa.
c. v. BhASTUs, ssajror.
P. M. MILLS, City Ckn-k.
To my friends and customers: My
place of business will be closed on Christ
mus day and anything in my line you
nay need on that day please get it from
me before that date. Respectfully,
dec22dt2.ri Proprietor Carolina Saloon.
For Xihuh PivHentHfor La
dies go to
Rayttor & Smith's.
For Xiiuih Prewiits for
(iciltllMIKMl g TO
RavHor & Smith'.
For Xiiuih I'rosotits for the
(lirls, Ito.ysor Lit tleChihlrvn
RayHor & Smith's,
DRI tiVIHTH, 31 Fallon Ave.
Menort of Ihe Condition
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of ASHEVILLE.
At Astieiillc. in the Mate nf North Cnriillnn.
nt the tflnac ol liii.inewa, lkv. IS, islsi.
Luna, anil flis.
t',. Htiml ti srt-nn-
i-in-ulntiiin 4 nti-
1c-m mit -t mt ,-rit I
Iiue from npproveil
line Irom other Nn-
Ilir I r u m St.-tte
llnnking houe. fur-
nil take, limit... -
rn-nittinni un 1'. a
Hill, ol other Knnka SU.L'oo oil
anil cent ai Ml
with I H. Trenail
reri.t ier eeut. of
. S4U7.MH7 04
Capital lnck paid
Nutional It it ii k
in. "To (mi
. 8. drKlt
QA,(HH OU -! MS
Iiue to other Na
tional Han St
34 trja ni
hue to Htntc tmiik
Note and bill rc
8TATK OP NllMTH CAKot.tNA, I
Count v ni HuniiinOst. i
I. W II. Pen 1 nnd. cn-hirr of the almvr
nnmril Hunk, flu nolemttly twenr thnt the
HiMivr Mtutrmrnt i true to tnc irt 01 my
knoMlrtiKC ami urnri.
SV. . PKNXANH. Caihier,
SuhsHTiIrH and nwurn to brforr mc thU the
1 0th tluy of lcc , IHiiu.
I.. H. ALMXANDMB, Notary Puliltc.
Correct Attet :
R. R. RaWI.ii,
. li. 1iickkmon, JlHrccAor,
Vu. B. Bnkhmk. I
All ienple havinn forfeit prnjiertT at
are notified to redeem same before tea o't-loek
to morrow. At that hoar I will be(ia the
le nf all kinds of forfeit property and eurl
oitks. Alao fsrs, muffs, fur eais, ptatols,
sold and silver watehea, cte.
No. 16 North Main Street
Having- sold my stork of ilroecries, etc., to
Messrs. Kadarr A Koblson, I Inks this op
portunity of thanking my customers for
their klmlnna In patrontilot mc and ask for
a continuance of the same with the acw arm
II. U. W'OODWAKIl.
SVc have purchased Mr. Woodward'scatlre
stock of tlrovcilcs, and will continue to do
business at the old stand, No. 67 North Mala
street, aad will be pleased to sec his custom,
Ws will keep a full stock aad guarantee
satisfaction; to those who deal with as.
olldtlag your patronage, ws remala,
ADO BR ROBiaoN,
All goods delivered promptly, free of chsrgs.
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN,
CONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT GO,
PAID UP CAPITAL, $800,000.
0K(.). S. POWKLL, I'lrsidont and Gen. Mtuiavf.
W. V. l,AUXAKI),TnnHiirer.
Hoard of Dint'totm Hiclmiond I'eaison, .1. K. Itniiki",
T. II. ('ol)b, J. S. Adains, (5(o. S. Powell.
Th eotiipany owhh about
lniililiiiir fmii liuimifiii-liirinc
bn heautifull.v laid out into
be had on application. Special inducements aro being
offered to a limited number of persons who will erect first-
class residences a t once. The demand for this property
has been unprecedenb'd in the history of Asheville real es
tate, and its success as the popular residence part of the
city has already been assured.
This property is now being laid out with broad avenues,
with paved gutters ami shade trees on e.ich side. Water,
sewer and electric street railway running t brought he prot
erty. Park and lake sites have been left at convenient dis
tances through the procrty and a complete water and
sewer plan has lieen adopted so as to give the very best
sanitary results. Some of the views to be had If points
on this proHTty are
UnMurpuHHed in Wentern North Carolina,
and that almost menus the world.
The proterty is reached from
the best grades leading out of
just decided on, and running
Mulberry streets, a distance of
maximum grade of seven nr
about four hundred feet.
So. taken altogether, there
in the South that promise better returns than these.
I'or other information apply to
Geo. S. Powell, Pre.,
ASHKV1XLK, N. C.
Otlicent Powell & Snider's, Court Snunreand Patton Ave.
MnTim Th. kMllit-nrilt Inn Cnnmanv.
that it ha never been tne Intention to mnac
lie conducted strictly as a AraKlnss hotel and
A.hcvillc court bouae. out Ma's street, ano nnveiiy ni ninmorr ninuon. r imn
.k. ...,.. vl.w near A.h.ville. llvrrlooka both the Peeuch llroad and
Swannanna Valleva. and the park nf Mr. Vaadrrliilt. Room, are of unusual .lie, airy and
llnht. with lame cloei. Thirtv-nve suites ol
I'lumDlng, licating nnu veniiiaiion. iww
Coke! Coke I Coke I
have arrranged to keep a supple of gol
COKB, suitable for burning la I'l'MNACKH,
8TOVB8, RANOKH, Aic., cither alone or mis.
ed with hard coal.
It makea NO 8MOKB.
Price 7so per ton Delivered
Cut aad Hpllt for Ktnvca and Fireplace.,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Offlce No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TBLBPHONB NO. 40.
Vsrd near I'rdght Depot. Telephone No. 7.1.
REVELL eft WAGNEH,
ucccssors to Kopp l.lehteouerger,
lUQAR AT REFINEM' rWCEt.
Coffees roasted aa the premises dally, sad
grossd for every customer.
Pnll Line of Table Supplies.
Free delivery. A full lias of Peed, futnlihed
at wholesale prices.
Tclcr one No. SO.
MR8. BRUCE H. JONES,
Of New York, Teacher la
CHINA : AND : OIL : PAINT1K8,
Rtudlo No. T Jelfersos Drive.
Mrndlag of china by Srlng, aad old china
reHrllded. 1 manalacfase my own gold and
have a His of the famous " Wilkkp' mak..
Orders for work promptly tasratsd. tjao
six hundred ncreH of Hie finest
HiteB in the city, llns lias
loin, maps of which can
the center of Asheville by
the city. The street car line
out Haywood, Academy and
one and a half miles, has a
cent., and that for only
are probably no investments
to eorreet an unfounded rumor, announce.
u a nanaionum. o inr cuuirari, n win
ideal reanrt. A mile and a hall from Ihe
room, with private Hatha. I'ertrct ay.trm ot
. a --..
WALTKR C. BROWNINU, M. D.,
K toil riii you will be aware nf thrttat't,
rtp the liet goodi for the leMt money.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
ASHKVILLB, N. C.
Dr. B. F. ArHngton
Pilling teeth a sperlslty, also treating dl-
eaaed gtima, and all diwases pertaining to
innis on I'at-
the dental atrueture. t inter riinnis on rat
ton avenue, over Rsysor at
Are you aware that II. T
Estabrook haa more nict ui-oh
a finer- line of books, doon
more framing than all the
Anna In WeBtorn North Curo
Una together. We do not
spread out our entire stock,
but can always show you
clean, frnth goodH in good
variety and lateHt etyl8 at
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 22 South Main 8t.,
But LlndacT'a Onlda Book
Celebrated Jellico and
Iletit Anthracite Coal.
WHOLKSALK AM) UICTAIL.
COKE IN CAK LOAD LOTS.
M A N lr F A ( T U 1 1 K I IS A N 1 DKALKHS IN ICK.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
:A PRIVATE TIP:
la now itnlnK the round, that the proier place to huy rnur father, brother and licit joons
man mnm-thinK nice for ChriNtinas is
MITCHELL'S, No. aS Fatton Avenue.
A larne nnd elrsnnt tine of neckwear, silk umlircllas Iit the thnu.nnd. kid Rlovea. aitk miff
Hera, ilk haniler.hlef, nlllKalor nnd liiiu-y sllpiwrs, In fact every thing kept In a Brut via.
Itl-nts furni.hiiiK jtood. store.
1 K. MITCHELL,
.ItWIH MAUIH'X. I'm
I.. I'. Mcl.ol'W. Vlce-fraa.
lwis Maddua, M l lleardcn, M
8. II. Keed. lieu. . I'owell. C. M MCMiua.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
iritunin-d Mny HI, ikhk.
State, County and
PtK-rt trtnerul Hun kin ItuainrM. I-rjioiiit
Iccttnn niM-lc on all amwlltlr MtititH. The
On all turn in thin ilrnnrtmnit. dciHiattctl (tr
of trr nt. rr annum will Itr niild.
8nctal attrnttnn Kivrii to liatm un real fulfill,
Oftrn (rum V . m to 3 p. m no Kntuntnyn
217 Haywood Street.
All WATICR THOROl'UHLV
Tv.rnty.flve veare ol practical esperience.
tall, of the business and neifeet arranKcmrnta
manufactured, enable the uroprietol to preaent
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Siphon
I'.inger Ale and al!the rarlous flavors of KODAIWATBR ready for shipment aad detfeemi
ftee In Ctty limit.. Out of town orders must
HOT SPIUNGS, N. C.
In at peMSK-'ful. realful vole, Murrouitdecl with pine
covert-d mouiitnlna, Hparkllna: stream, and tseautl.
ful seenerv, with lla etry, tirai Iiik Itcalth-lnelcn air,
rrrt-dum from dual, stiHlstria or dvhllltatlnui erTect,
the beat of R-'ssll and sA'Inter cllinMlen, w Ith ItH ther.
nial water slowing ' marble poola, the moat lua.
urlouaand curative tsaltiM lit the world, lendeis lo
the debilitated, rncantallc, ntalarlouaor goal? aaf
ferer, aa well an ihe rvereatlon aeeher, Meal th, Heat ,
Pleaaurc, Home Comforta aad t'sseacclled Table at
TH1C MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
li.alaniT from Aihrvllh) tu Hot Hprinus, 87 miles. Time ol trip,
t hour and .17 minutes.
SCHKDIXK OP TRAINS.
Uve Asheville for Hot Mprlngs at 7:S0 a m, 4: III p m, and 7 p nt
Returning leave Hot Mprlngs for Asheville at 7:7 a m, ltt:M noon.
' and 11:10 p m.
Pullman I'alnce Cars oa all trains. Kounil trip tickets ImluilniM
one risy's Iward at the Mountain I'ark Hotel, t4'SO.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for it Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the dly our own Mottling Btporl Heer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
imr larrr la kriit nt a teniia-rnturr nf degrees anil we guarantee you a (era artkir at
all time. THU TKAHB Ml'l'l-LIBI) I'KIlM
WINE AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THK STATU.
FINK 8AMPL.E AND BILX.IARD ROOM.
,.,.0.iA.nr..i., I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE, N. C
SKVLAND HflNERAI. SPRINGS, N. C.
KlKht Wile south of Aahcvlllc, on the A. A 8. Railroad.
New hotels, new cottages, new furniture, beautiful groves, neat teaals and croquet lawns,
48 MINERAL SPRINGS. '
White Mulphtir, A lit in. MtMcntiHii, Iron mnA Ifpsom. Thow my-Ip.: health and pksitirt and
ittlrct torlrt will not fall to flrtt ttili pic want rrtwrtand drtak of IU twallng water.
E. A. LeVENE,
pro dtr Manager.
AahCVlIIC, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Maaafoctarers aad Dealers la all ilads sf Dseascd
Door, Saab, Blind, Moulding, Stalrwork, Mantcla, Bank
and Bar Fixture, and all klnda of Building Matssrial.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Spcdaltys
Twloatfectaci Me aa.
i a'i e.i,ie.
aS Patton Ave
. B. KANKIN. Cashier.
l PnitK. J. K. Kankio.J. B. Ray. J. B. Re."
rccr Ted. KAt'haiiRC bought and old. t iH.
KnvnK Pcaiurc will rriTlve fct'inl attcntioa.
four month or loniecr. IntciTRt at th m
which will be plad for long tttac oa real
the KavlnK IVpnrtment will br open till A it-n.
FILTKRKD on the Premlacav.
eomblueil with rsssnssL attentlua to all d.s
far CLr SNLlassa and ruslTl of all good
to his numerous patrons a superior das. n.
have sspoKint.s reference.
C H. CANPBRU.
PLACE IN AMERICA,
Near raMenffer Depot.
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