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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN r MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1890.
SUNDAY MORNING FIRE.
A DEMTmUCTIVB BLACK
T. . Morrison's store and trie
westers North Carolina Depot
Totally Consumed lou and
Sunday morning about 1 c'olock, the
stock of goods belonging to T. S. Morri
son at Alexander!, ten miles below Ashe-
Title, together with the store building
and the railroad depot adjoining, were
totally destroyed by fire.
Mr. Will R. Patterson, son of J. R
Patterson, ol this city, was a clerk in the
store and Saturday night went to the
hotel just across the river. He returned
to the store about 11 o'clock, saw that
everything was safe, noticed the fire in
the stove and thinking it hod died out
retired to his room in the second story
of the building.
About 1 o'clock Mr. Patterson was
awakened by a noise in the building, and
thinking that burglars were at work in
the store, he took his pistol and started
to investigate. On leaving the sleepint;
apartment he iierccived that mc
end of the building wus envel
otd in flumes. Escape by the
stairway was cut off and rushing to the
front of the building he jumped Irom the
second story. He was unhurt except
nainful bruise on the riuht loot.
Mr. Patterson lost all of his wnrtlrolic
with the execution of the suit lie had
donned on rising. Mr. Thud Clayton
who also had a position in the store,
roomed with Mr. Patterson, but hail
none to Knoxvillc the duy before. His
entire oersonul efforts were destroyed.
About $2(10 worth of books Ih-
longing to Mr. Patterson ware also
Within a minute after Mr. Patterson
jumped from the building the entire rear
end, over wiiicn Uis room was located
was blown out by an explosion of pow
der stored in that end of the building
Had he been a minute later he would
undoubtedly have been lost in the ruins.
On account ol the untimely hour nt
which the fire started and the terrific
wind which was bluwiug at the time
nothing could be done to nrresi
the progress of the lire. The depot
ol the Western North Carolina rail
road was but a lew feet away,
and the fire was soon communicated tn
that building. Several curs loaded with
lumber were on the sidetrack and these
were rolled uwny and saved with the ex
ception of one car of poplar lumber,
which could not lie moved on account ol
the heat. The luiiilier on the burned cur
belonged to Cusliim,' & Chapman, ol
Mr. Morrison's loss on the stock ol
goods will be between $H!,liiUl anil $15,
K)0, with insurance us luliows: With li.
J. Aston, ot AKhcvillc, -."l)ll ill the Hart
ford and $1',0(I0 in the .limn, and with
I.. Pullium, of Asheville, $l,"iO0 in the
Phenix, ol ;llrooklvn, u total ol $U,lHiO.
The building itself was the proierty m
the Alexander estate, and wus uninsured.
Trainmaster Connelly was seen I jy Thk
Citizen this morii'";; n'rM gave the opin
ion that tlie loss ol the railroad company
will be between $3,0(10 and SUMio, pro
tected by insurance. Mr. Connelly left
for the scene of the fire to-dny.
The origin of the tire is unknown, but
it is the opinion ot Mr. Morrison that it
was the work ol uu incendiurv.
REV. C. W. Hl'HD PRKAfHl
HIS) Flrat Brrliion at the Central
The Central M. b. church, south, was
filled comfortably yesterday morning on
the occasion of the delivery by Kcv. C,
W. Byrd of his first sermon to the con
gregation here. A very favorable im
pression was created among his hearers.
Mr. Byrd is thirty-two years ol nge
and has been an ordained minister for
eight years. Previous to his transfer
from the North Carolina Conference to
the Western X. C. conference, he was sta
tioned at Fayettcvillc. He has a wife
Mr. Uyrd u a ready speaker, with an
appropriateness of gesture and facial
expression that has a very happy effect
upon his andience. He prefaced his ser
mon yesterday with a talk to his mem
bers, asking their hearty co-operation in
the church work anil expresiing the hope
thnt his pastorate here might be produc
tive of much material good.
Mr. Byrd preached Irom the text: Phil.
2:14-10, on the subject: "Faithful per
formance ol mnstiun duty urged in con
ncction with the proiier office and func
tion of a Christian as a light of the
world and us an illustration of gosix-l
He first discussed the doctrine of the
text, showing that men obtain their
conceptions of the ' gosiicl from
the light of the Christian char
acters of those about then. He
aid that men seldom go to original
sources lor iniormation on nnv oi inc
subjects uoon which they must form and
hold an opinion, and this is especially
true in the formation of religious opin
ions. He then enforced the exhortation
of the text, to be "blameless and hnrm
less, and withoutrebuke."
THE TOWER LEANED.
Aahevllle Will Have Five Electric
Mr. C. E. Ross, ol the National Electric
manufacturing company, of Euu Claire,
Wis., who hat been in Asheville for some
time past superintending the con
traction of the plunt of the People's
light, heat and power company, has been
made permanent superintendent for the
local company, tie says the plant will
be ready for translcr to the Asheville
company by January 1st.
T be cur has leased the tower now on
court place from the Asheville light and
power company, at $40 per year, and it
will be ready for use, probably to-mor
row night. The other towers will be
erected as soon as the weather will per-
' mit and the old towers can be removed.
The tower which was to have been
g laced on Court place will be erected on
oath Main street, probably near the junc
tion of that street and Southside avenue.
Pour of the lights that were to have been
on poles in that section will be pluced in
it. The city will then nave five tower
instead of four at wasfirat contemplated.
' special Bvanaelletie service. .
' It was announced yesterday at the
. Frst Presbyterian church that special
' service woultt be held next week under
the conduct of Rev. Egbert W. 8mith, a
' recently appointed evangelist of the
synod of North Carolina. . Mr. smith
preached here during the tummer and
made deep impression by hit earnest
and positive preaching. He begins hit
ear duties at evangelist with this meet
ing hi Aabeville and will continue here by
special arrangement for a fortnight or
t snore. t . '
' " P'tamoa Liver Regulator bat never
' f ' rd to rclitvt ContUpatioa of the
. mc . . . . .- v."'" ':. '.:
Forecast till a. m.TueiHlay
Ephraim Davis, a colored barber, aged
about 3W years, died at nis uoiue on vui-
lev street baturriay ailit.
The collections at the internal revenue
office Saturday, amounted to $5,221.60,
of which $470.20 was Dome sales.
John Doognns plead guilty in the
mayor's court this morning to the charge
of enrrying concealed weapons and was
A new plank walk has been constructed
from the entrance to Battery Park to the
terminus of the street cur line in front of
A meeting of the stewards of the Cen
tral Methodist church will be held this
evening hi the office ot H. A. Uudger at
n o clock.
Robt. C. Frank and bride net I.nkey
ha ve returned from n trip to Old Port
and Hickory ami are boarding at No
278 College street.
Mr. R.R.Rnwls willtendcrnChristmii
supicr or banquet to the mcmlH-rs of the
volunteer tire department nt tne hwun
iton hotel to-night.
!-. I). L. Fry. of Stanford, Ny., is in
the city. He is stopping here on his re-
i urn Irom Hickory, wliere lie lias Decii
visiting relatives for several weeks past
The hour for holding the weekly prayer
meeting at thcCcntrul Methodist church
lias been changed Irom Wednesday after
noon to Wednesday evening tit 7:110
An excellent portrait of Hon. Ilamil
ton 0. liwart. mcmlier of congress from
this district, has npHiired in Once a
Week in that pajicr's scries of pictures ol
.ill the congressmen.
Owing to the inclemency ol the weather
there was no election of officers ol the A
0. 1'. W. at the meeting about the first
of lkvcinbcr. and the election will take
place next Thursday (New ears I night
While celebrating Christmas Mr. Chiis
Davis, a watchman at the Western North
Carolina railroad drpot, was struck in
the eye by an exploded tirecrncker, which
caused a very puinlul wound anil may
result in the 'loss of the sight of ihc eye.
The Presbyterian church has nrgnnin-il
a paid choir us follows: Soprnua, Miss
tiocrtz; alto, Mrs. T. A. Jones; tenor.
Mr. Cicoige K. Collins; bass, Mr. Ilcrliert
I.. Price. This embraces some fine talent
nil the singing is exceedingly good.
Yestenlay afternoon, at the Riverside
Methodist Sunday school, the regular
session was ilisiiensed with and in itr
steal I missionary addresses were made
by Rev. J. C. T.-oy ami Mr. Frank Slir
hcrd. A collection for foreign missions
was raised ami a neat sum reulizcil.
A reception to the new pastor of the
Central M. li. church, south, Key. C. W
Hvril, will be given nt the Asheville fe
male college to-morrow evening Irom t
to 11 o'clock. All members ol the con
reg.-iiioii, mid nnv strangers within the
city who may desire to attend, are in
The Pearl Melville company arrived
Irom Knoxvillc vesterdav where thev
have been playing lor the past wee k. Tins
ompanv will oihmi its week s engage
ment ul the Grand oicra house to-night
with the liemililul comedy drama en-
illcd "Girl 1 Love." Tins is said to be
laughable and a genuine domestic com
Oakland Heights sanatorium is now
opt n lor the reception of guests. The
house has been thoroughly overhauled
and many improvements have been made.
I he rooms are well ami coinlortiihly fur
uished in red cherry. The tuble has the
Iwst the markets afford. In fact, the ap
pointments ol ouKland Heights arc un
surpassed in every particular.
The New Years celebration at the First
Presbyterian cliurch will take place to
morrow nilernoon in the lecture room.
nt 3:3(1 o'clock. The features of it will
be un address by Rev. Dr. Van Nest.
New York, and formerly of Rome, and
the packing of a liox lor the Uailcy street
church, which will have its celebration
on New tcur t duy, at 3 o clock.
By a recent order ol the Richmond and
Danville Railroad company, mid which
went into tlicct yesterday, the numlicrs
of all trains on the Western North Caro
lina division have been changed. The
trains heretofore numbered AO, 51, 02
and 53 a-c now Nus. I, 10, 11 and 12,
and right of way is given east-bound
trains instead of west-bound, as for
merly. Ily this melius all trains of cor
responding rank will bear the same num
ber on the Richmond and Danville lines
Irom New York to New Orleans.
W K UB R KuiMcnly of llrsrt dim aw. Ilrcrm-'K-r
1 1. inuu, at his resilience, No. :i35 Tomp
kins avrnuc, Brooklyn, N. V., Augn.1 Welter,
in the uth year ol his age.
Funeral services and Incineration st Brook
lyn, N. V., Hccvmher 14, INtlo.
II I'M IN Etltl NOTICES.
For Till Week. """"
Note the following nt Law's: .1 casks
of decorated china dinner sets' at $25
and $28 tier set worth $30. The Inixi
ncse department is bring closed out for
good, iiootls marked wuy down.
Our 6, lu, 15, 10,25, 35 snd 50 cent.
Tables are worthy ol attention. Art
books and booklets, children's books,
blocks and dolls. 07, 01) and 61 south
To supply yourself for the holidays
with those elegant "UUN T cigars at
worinen at Co, s, 1 7 north Main street,
dcc24dlf mo wefri
Index to New Advertlaenientaa
WASTKn A. V. Jonra.
Lost Mlsa Nellie Thrall.
I. ). O F lilictlon cif uffln-m.
llntaiilMit III 1 I'altiin avenue.
Blrctlon of officers Tucsrtiirnnluht. herrm.
her so, st T:o o'clock. dtciludilt.
mjumt mtra muttsmrtMONkt
ifiAiifEs golden srccinc.
Ittmn bsiTiB iDflOlTftsi. tWR.orln Rrtlclanof frwM
without th knnwlNlfm of pirnt If Diriiwri
II li aVbitoiuuly bavrmlfaa nd will mrt ft prmft
rftUdrlukroranftlrBtlli' wnrk. ITMKV.
I'AIIA ItofMmbft no quietly Mid wlib work
c .itty ihak Mm pfttlrot undmrnm so tntxMV
wnoi, and wa fall pomulft inrmftUoa iff
rUST tmv book ti. To to iua ol
KAYtOM t "M1TH, Dn.gff.i-U,
AabCTlllf. N, C,
AuDS dAwly rnon wd IH
' WHY FILL A BTOltB WITH OOODt
AND THUS KBBP DA UK ABOUT IT f
it court uoNur bvbby day
AND BVBKlt HOVK TO CABBY A
STOCK Of OOODB.
LBT THB PUBLIC KNOW WHAT
YOV HAYB TO BBLL.
THBHtDO MOT ALLOW'THBM TO
rOBOBT YOV OB YOVB CB0WDBO
TUBS ON TUB UOHTB, BMPBCf
ALLY THB BBILLIANT, JBTBAfiY
AND BAK KBACHINO UOUT 0 AD-
Wbo are at the Motela Tbal Von
Mae Not Know.
liHttciy Park:-H. A. Cook, Atlnnta;
T. P. Saultreer, Philadelphia; L. NegcL
N. Y.j Mr. nd Mrs. H. S. Fechheimer,
Miss Fechheimer.S. H. Fechheimer, Lin.;
L. Scblather, Cleveland, U.
Swannaaoa: Jot. Weil, Baltimore;
Frederic r. Cbisolm. Denver: E. P. Don
ncll, Chicago; Ben F. Jones, Indianapo
lis; S. A. Waycott, Montana; Avery Car
ter, luworiuu; m. ravers, norm mru
lina, Grand Central: P. M. Hufham, Scot
land Neck. N. C; Jat. A. Hester, T. W,
ohnton, Lew When ton. B. A. McKen
ney. Miss Ruth Hewton, Walter S. Bald
win and wife. Walter S. Baldwin, jr.,
Geo. Walters and wife, Louis A.Motf and
wife, Pearl Melville Co.; Jno. V. Ma
lonev. Hcndersonville. N.C.; Herman Nel
son, Terre Huute, Ind.; C. P. Stradley,
Men Ruck A. Waycott. Sylva, N.
C; W. M. Bnker, Bryson City; W. A.
James, Salisbury, N. ' C; Joe Brunton,
Orangeburg, S, C; William Smith, Vn
Dr. J. B. Landrum, Lnndrum, S. C; John
M. ackson. Campbell. S. C.i W. rt. Cam.
hell. Boiling Springs. S. C; Mrs. G. A.
iruit, iiieiiiimii, mih nmcv viirii,
Molierly, Mil.; I. liurwnld, Irav. Pas.
Airt. W. Va. R. R.; E. Adkins, Anderson-
ville, Tenn.: Herman Norton, Terre
Haute, Ind.; A. H. Lcfrich, Spartanburg,
Perfectly sure, perfectly pure, perfectly
harmless is Simmons Liver Regulator.
So eusv in its action, harmless and
effectual in relieving is Bimmoiis Liver
Rayour & Smlth't,
;I1 I'attun Ave.,
And pt mieof
UNBURN K'H PATKNT
MEAT JUICE PRESSES.
ii(l make your own Meat
uiie every day, when you
will have it frenh ami deli
NOT1CB OP MBBTINO
OK STOCK IIOI.DKRH
The annual meetlna of the .tnckaohlcra of
the A.hrvillc l.'uht anu PowrrLompaav will
k helil at the olHee ol the enmpany In the
c t of A.hrvll r. North Carolina. oatnrlin
dajr or Jnnunrr, INUI, at 13 o'eloek a. m. Inr
inr election Ol enc uoaro ni nirecior. ana in.
tranta. lion ol tuck liuiinew a. mar be
broiiKhlbcfor.lt. B. M, IIINM.
orchil a lot Bceretarv ana i rraaiircr.
One Thousand Pnvnds Xmaa Candy.
7A Boxes Trlrsatbaroi, perfectly clean
Csrraata, the flneat qaallty In the world.
I.aycr Kauina, Bullosa aaiua..
Citron, PlaTorini Rstrart., of all kind.
n large quantities.
200 Doiind. mixed nata. The hrst lot of Pfrc
Cracker, ever brought to AtbcTllU. Call at
No. aS North Main Street.
Having sold my stock of Groceries, etc., to
Messrs. Dodger A ttobiaon, I take this op
portunity of thanking my customers for
their kindness In potroniiisf me and ak for
s continuance of the same with the sew Arm,
II. 0. WUOIIWAKII.
Ws kn.c purehaeeel Mr. Woodwsrd'. entire
stock of Oroceilcs, nail will continue to do
nualncas at the old stand, No. 87 North Main
itrect, nnd wilt he pleased to see his custom-
Vi's will ke u a full stock and guarantee
wturaetloa to those who deal with at.
sVillrlting your patronage, we remain,
All goods delieeied promptly, freeofcuarge
n't pay, whymttbat
the moat Buccemful
merchant a of every
town, large and small
are the heaviest ad
vertisers? If it does
n,t par to advertise,
why do the heavient
business firms in the '
world spend millions
in that way? la it
because they do not
know as much about
business as the tlx for
a dollar "atorekeep
er" in a country town,
' who say a money
spent In advertising
la thrown away?
THE ASHEVILLE LOAN.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $300,000.
GEO. S. POWELL, President and Gen. Manager.
Board of Directors : Richmond Pearson, J. E. Rankin,
T. II. Cobb, J. S. Adams, Geo. S. Powell.
The company owns about
buildimr and manufacturing
been beautifully laid out into lots, maps of which can
be had on application. Special inducements are being
offered to a limited number
class residences at once. The
has been unprecedented in the
tate, and its success as the
city has already been assured.
This proprty Is now being
with paved gutters and shade
sewer and electric street railway running through the prop
erty. Park and lake sites have been left atconvenient dis
tances through the proierty
sewer plan has Imvii adopted so as to give the very liest
sanitary results. Some of the views to be hail from points
on this proM'rty are
VuHurpassed in Western North Carolina,
and that almost means Hie world.
The proH'i'ty is reached from
th' best grades leading out of
just decided on, and running
Mulberry streets, a distance of
maximum grade of seven r
about four hundred f"et.
So, taken altogether, there
in the South that promise better returns than these.
For other information apply to
Geo. S. Powell, Pres.,
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Office at Powell & Snider's, Court Squareand Patton Ave.
WOTICK The Krn II worth Ina Coaipativ,
that it hum Hc&vttr been the iatrntion to make
lie ro art acted atrtctlv a a flrst-claaa hotel and
Aahevllle court boaae, out Mt'i street, and directly at Bi It more AtaUoa. A aoathera
poaure and the moat ciUnalv view near Aahevllle. Overlooks both tb Prrnch Hroad and
Swannanoa Valleya, and the park of Mr. Vanderbilt. Mooma arc of aaaaual alac, airy and
light, with larprr cloaeta. Thirty -Ave taltea of room with private batha. Perfect ay a tern ot
I'lumuing, neaung aaa vcnuiauoa. i o dc opeoea cany m iwa cumin reornary, invi.
WALTER C MOWNINQ, M. DH
Coke! Coke! Coke!
I have arrranged to keep a supply of good
COKB, aulUble (or burning in Pt'RNACBS,
TOVBt, laNOBa, ate, either alone or rais
ed with bard coal.
It makes NO SMOKB.
Price 740 per ton Delivered
Cut oad flpUt for atom and PlrcHaces,
ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD,
C. E. MOODY,
Otace No. 30 Patton Avenue.
TKLBPHONB NO. 4U.
Yard sear Freight Iwpot. Trie pause No. 73
siemun to Kopp a Uektsabergsr,
IUSAR AT REF INERT PMC El
Coshes roasted m the pisosloss dull, aad
Full Una of Table Supplies).
Prse drHverr. A att Mas wf Pssd, tarnished
at wholesale prkss. .
M PATTON AVENCB.
Teler om No. .
MRS. BRUCE H. JONE3, .
Of M.W York, Trarhor la
atuasoMo. T Jessaaa) Drreo,
Meadtat sf shna hf trlag, aad asd shlna
wwiacwe n m gone ana
of tanTeausns "Wliku?' ssnke.
attx snssutis, Had
W. W. BARNARD, Tmiauiw,
six hundred acres of the linest
sites in the city. This has
of persons who will erect first-
demand for this property
history of Asheville real es
popular residence part of the
laid out with broad avenues,
trees on each side. Water,
and a complete water and
the center of Asheville by
the city. The street ear line
out Haywood, Academy and
one and a half miles, has a
cent., and that for only
are probably no investments
to correct an nnfoanded ratnor, annoancv
It a Ranatorium. To the Mttlrarv. it -will
Ideal resort. A mile and a half from the
If Ton do vou will be aware of thepact, we
keep the best goods for the least motley.
C. D. BLANTON & CO.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Dr. D. F. Arrinffton,
Pilling teeth a eperloltjr, slso treating dl
eased gums, nnd oil dlaroaes pertaining to
th. dental structure, office rooms oa rot
tpa aveaue, over Rajrasr aalth's drug
Are .vou aware that II. T.
Eetabrook has more pictures,
a finer line of books, does
more framing than all the
nrms in Weetora North Caro
lina together. We do not
spread out our entire stock,
but can always show vou
dean, fresh goods in good
variety and latest styles at
the lowest prices. Call for
proof at 32 South Main St.,
Celebrated Jellico and
Best Anthracite Coal.
WHOLESALE AND UBTA1L.
COKE IN CAR LOAD LOTS. ;
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ICE.
Asheville Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40.
:A PRIVATE TIP:
Is now going the rounds that the proper place
man something nice for Christmas is
MITCHELL'S, No. a8 Patton Avenue.
A large and elegant line of neckwear, .ilk umbrellas by the thousand, kid glum, nftk mur
Hers, silk bonilerchlcfk, slligator and fancy
gents' furnishing good, store.
F. E. MITCHELL,
LRWI8 MADDUX, Prcs L. P. McLOUil, Vicc-Pres. I. B. RANKIN. Cashier.
DisscToas: Lewis Maddux, M.I. Bearden,
S. U. Reed. Geo. 8. Powell. C.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
-Organised May 1st. IMI
State, County and
I oe. a General Ranking Business. Deposita
lections made on all accessible points. The
On all sums In this department, deposited
of per cent, per annnm will be paid.
a pedal attention given ta loans oa real estate, which will be placed, for long Mm oa real
Open from ft a. m. to 8 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will bt open till a m4.
17 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Preanlsea.
Twenty-Svc years of practical experience, combined with rsssonsL attention to all de
tails of the business and perfect arrangements far clbanlmsss and roam of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior elaes ot
Vichy and Seltzer Water In Siphons.
Ginger Ale aad allthe various flavors of BODAWATBR ready for shipment aad dcRrcred
free la City limits. Out of town orders'must
THE HEALTHIEST PLACE III AMERICA,
HOT SPRINGS, N. .C.
1st s peaceful, rcalfMI vale, awrroanaieel wftai nrfmei
cov. reel nuomntalna, aparkllns; alreams amrl beawtl.
fnl acenerv. with Ita dry, ttrarlngr, k' Itb-ladeai air,
frredom rrom daut, snalaila or' debilltatlna; effect,
the beat of Vail and Winter climate, with Ita ther
mal waters flowing; Into marble pools, the moat Ins.
orioeta and curative baths In I he world, tenders lo
the debilitated, rheumatic, malarious or gouty; ausv
ferer, ma well as he recreation seeker, Rsallh,Bssl, .
Pleaaure, Home Comforts asd Vneacelled Table at
THIS MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL.
Distance from Asheville to Hot Springs, 87 miles. Time of trip,
1 hour aad 87 minutes.
SCHEDULE OE TRAINS.
.cave Aehcvlllc for Hot 8prlngs at 7:80 a m, 4:39 p m, aad 7pm
Returning leave Hot Springs for Aehcvlllc at 7:87 a m, 12:38 noon,
and 11:10 pm.
Pullman Palace Car. on all trains. Round trip tickets loctadlng
one dny's board at the Mountain Park Hotel, 4.50.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Parity.
We deliver to all parts of th. city our owa Bottling Bsport Beer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
THkyVRABrp,oPR7,M' "d we ","t" ,o"
. WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR .. SlORE .
IN THB STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BIIXIARD ROOM.
j. a. i AstonAsiPT, I MO. 43 S. MAIM ST., ASHEVILLE. N. 6
8KVLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, N. i.
BlKttt allies Sontn of Asheville, on the A. Jk s. Railroad.
Htm koUlt, mw coltafftv, new fornitura, beyitilW inovfM, t t$mM mc) tfMi ktwii,
whitasfh 48 MINERAL SPRINGS
Whit Sulphur, Alum, Manned a. Iron aad Bpsom. Those seeklaa health aad tUm,u d
mlect society will not fall to visit this pleaaaat rssortMd drlah of ItshsaUaf wsters
P. A.DEMEIIS WOODWORKING CO,,
Moaufaeturers oad DMlera m oil kiaa. of mm!
Dsjor, Sash, Bllads, Hoealdlttars, StaUrvrork, Haatels, "RSh''
d Bar irfBtitros, and aU kinds of BMlldlns fatetial.
No. 30 ratton A venae.
to buy your father, brother and beat young
slippers, In fact every thing kept la a Srst class
aS Patton Ave.
M.I. Page. J. B. Rankin, J. B. Ray. J. B. Reuk
received. Bschoage bought aad sold. Cm
Saving Feature will receive special attention.
for four raootns or longer, interest at the rnli
have BS.rnM.lSLS rrfrrrnee.
C. H. CAMPBELL.
E. A. LeVENE,
Near raaaaayer Depot.