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Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than, othera and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attesf
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
Ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
rative ; effectually cleansing the system,
.dispelling colds, headaches and feyei?
-ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions anc
met with the approval of the medicn
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without wejik
ening them and it i3 perfectly free froir
every objectionable substance.
Syrup oT Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c andSl bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs
and being well informed, you will no
accept any substitute if offered.
J. W. PORECJQTOif, Proprietor.
SATURDAY. AUG 25, 189i
P. FISHER. NEWSPAPER AD-
vertisine Agent, 21 Merehant'
Excbanee. San Francisco, is our authorized
agent. This paper is kept on file in this
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT.
Fortheseven davs Ending Friday
August 24, 1894-
Total rainfall dur.ing' week, trace.
Obsew;r. U. S. Weather Bureau.
Maj. Lewis, of Phoenix, was a passenger
on "Wednesday's express for the seashore.
Tiburcio Figueroa returned to bia home
And family at Arivaca last Saturday night.
lu A. Hicks returned Saturday evening
from bis visit of several weeks in California.
Editor Bagg of the Tombstone Prospector
was a passenger on Sunday's express, home
Mr. Boyd, one of Donald Mclntyre's force,
left Monday on a six weeks' vacation to
Owing to dull times in the livery busi
ness, Devore & Speese have turned out a
number of their equine stock to pasture.
Judge Sandes and Sheriff Reille,.the Mex
ican officials stationed near Pilot Knqb in
Lower California, were in town for a day
the first of the week.
Ben Heney and family were passengers on
Thursdays Coastward express for San Fran
cisco and will visit other parts in California
"before returning to their home in Tucson.
Territorial Auditor, H. C. Boone of Phoe
nix, passed through here Thursday on his
way to visit his family who are now staying
at Los Angeles. He expects to return home
0. F. Townsend, wife and young daughter
Emma, went to Los Angeles Monday on a
viBit of a couple of weeks. Mrs. Townsend
is not enjoying very good health at the
Robert Tempeftou came down from the
Potholes the first of the week. He has
.been employed on tie Gates & Miles mine
dor several months past. He left today for
-the Golden Cross mine.
Contractor H. McKeon, who built the
levee here last winter, started overland
Tuesday with 22 head of horses for the head
quarters of the YerdecanaL, above Phoenix,
;now being under construction.
Judging from the many mentions of Ari
zonians, and Yumaites in particular, in
the personal column of the Los Angeles'"
Herald of late, the writer of that column
must be an old Arizonlan himself.
Sheriff Mel. Greenleaf came home Mon
day irom a visit to Santa Monica and his
-family. Mrs. Greenleaf he said caught a
-very severe cold shortly after her arrival
-there but was rapidly recovering. The
children were enjoying themselves im
mensely. A. W. Morris, with the firm of Gandolfo
.& Sanguinetti, went out on Sunday's pas
senger train to Hedges, Cal. He was shown
through the Golden Cross mine and mill by
Cyrus Wheeler, the Superintendent. He
peaks in glowing terms of that rich bonanza.
He said Mr. Wheeler was enjoying a birth
day and that his many friends were seeing
that it was appropriately celebrated.
In the professional column on the first
page of this week's issue will be found the
card of Purdy Relyea.- Mr. Relyea studied
law under his uncle,- Samuel Purdy, and was
admitted to the bar here five years ago.
Shortly aiter his becoming a member of the
iegal profession he went to San Francisco
Atrd entered into partnership with Cameron
H. 2ing, a well-known attorney in the
territory . He returned here several weeks
.ago and opened an office in the Modesti I
building. '. He intends remaining here per
manently and will be joined by his wife in a
few weeld, who is now living in San Fran
cisco. The Sextikel bids him welcome and
wishes him all snocees in the legal field.
Hanging in the office of the Sup
erindent arid Secretary of the Ter
ritorial penitentiary and over the
desk of the former named is a
large and beautifully framed pict
lire, the photographic work of Sec
retary Trippel. It contains the
phoioraphs of all the officers and
guards of that penal institution,
and beneath each is written the
name and position held. It would
be hard to find a more intelligent
looking set of men: Following
are the names
tendeut; M. F.
of officers and
Superintendent: E.J. Trippel, Sec
retary; P. G. Cotter, Physician;
W. H. Moore, Yardmaster; E. R.
Anderson, A. L. Figueroa, F. H.
Eastman, A. Tyner, B. F, Hartlee,
J. T. Randall, G. W. Solladay, M.
P. Richardson, A. H. King, J. I.
Toler, S. Scow and W. Steffy,
Rev. Father Cote, Dr. P. G.
Cotter, Miss Amelia Molina,
Miss Dolores Redondo, Miss
Mary and Miss Beatrice Costello,
went out to the Golden Cross mine
Monday. The Reverend Father
went to hold church services and
the 3r.oung ladies to furnish the
music. A visit to the Cargo Mu
ch acho mines was made by the
party and mass celebrated. Dr.
Cotter returned home Tuesday
morning and the remainder of the
church party Wednesday evening.
The steamer Gila left Monday
morning for Ft. Mohave. Fol
lowing are the passengers: Miss
Post, Ehrenberg, Col. D. K.Allen;
Picacho; and W, H, Elliott, Ft.
Mohave, Mr. Elliott will do some
surveying at that place. The
steamer carried considerable
freight lor wav-iandings. tone is
expected back c-u or about Sep
A dance i one of the attractions
at the Golden Cross mine this
evening. It- is announced that
Refugio Sortition will lead to the
hymeneal altar next week Miss
Juanita Ovieda The boys are an
ticipating having a grand time, on
this occasion as it will be the nrst
marriage in the camp.
Mrs. Eva Antrim, principal of
the public school, is expected to ar
rive in Yuma the first of next week
from Los Angeles for the purpose
of attending the meeting of the
school examiners on the 3rd of
aepiemDer. one ana iuiss luaoip
Morris will open the public school
on Monday, September 10th.
Elsewhere in this issue will be
found the announcements of F. B.
Wightman for County Recorder.
Judge H. C. Davis as District At
torney for Yuma County and Judge
F. L. Ewing as member to the
Territorial Council, B. A. Har
aszthy for Sheriff, subject to the
nomination of their respective
Mrs. D. Bracamontes, mother-in-law
of Mariano Allala, died Thurs
day evening and was buried Fri
day forenoon. She had been sick
only a few days. She was 75 years
Mr. Doyle is building a cottage
for Peter Moneon on his lot on
lenfiiess Cannot lo Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portiou of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. Whan
mis luuc gets uinamea vou nave a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed Deafness
is the result, and unless the inflam
mation can btt taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear
: ...:u -l . i
mg wm H uestrovcu zorever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
rriu.- nt. u n o . 1 .
n.uw s u-aiarru uure. rena tor. cir
F. J. Cheney r Co., Toledo, O
fSiSold by Druggists, 75c.
Died of'filiM Injuries.
Fred Ziegenbein, the unfor
tunate man who was run over by
the train here last Friday night
died of his injuries on Sunday at
half past 2 o'clock p. m. A few
hours previous to his death Drs.
Cotter and Moller amputated one
of his legs below the knee. He
never rallied sufficient for the doc
tors to amputate the other limb .
The Coroner's jury viewed the
remains about 4 o'clock the same
afternoon and adjourned to meet
on Monday. The jury exonerated
the railroad company from, all
A Fine Ijoolcinsf Group
'I'Ue O. O. IS.
The Oriental Order of Humility
met Thursday evening at S o'clock
p. m. atOTooles Hall It being
the evening designated for the elec
tion of officers, a larger number of
members were present than usual
James Maxey's named was "sub
mitted to the order for member
ship. He was duly elected and
took the first degree. The order of
busines was the election of officers
Below will be found the names of
new and also retiring officers fo
the ensuing two rponths:
New Officers. Retiring Officers.
F. H". Eastman, G. S.. J. H. Carpenter, O. S.
J. W. Dorrington, G. V., Frank Eastman, G. V.
W. 0. Huson, W, S. It. J. Duncan, XV. S.
J. L. Redondo, S. W. H. Elliott, S.
J. II. Kinsler, I. S.; W. 0. Huson, I. S.
M. L. Pool, O. S. J. H. Kinsler, O. S.;
W. H. Dresser and N. N. ) B. A. Haraszthy and J
Miller, Sats to G. S. j W. Dorrington. Sats.G.S
J. M. Bulla and B. A. )W. H. Moore and N. N,
Haraszthy, Sate to u. V. ) Miller, Sats to G. V
I5i-a.ec Hie IVerves.
sedatives and opiates won t do it.
mt- . i .i
x ue nervines ao noc maice tne nerves
strong, and failing to do this fall shor
of producing the essential of their
quietude vigor. And while ex
treme cases and these only of
nervous irrigation sncli drugs may by
advisable, their frequent use is highly
prejudicial to the delicate organism
upon which they act, and in order to
renew their quieting effect increasing
and dangerous doses eventually be
come necessary. Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters is an efficient substitute for
such pernicious drugs. It quiets the
nerves by bracing toning, strengthen
mg them. The connection between
weakness of the nenotis system and
that of the organs of . digestion is
strong and sympathetic link. The
Bitters, by imparting a healthful
impulse to the digestive and assimilat
ing functions, promotes throughou
the whole system a vigor in which the
nerves come in for a large share. Use
the Bitters in malaria, constipation
bullous and kidney trouble.
Didn't Get tlio I'hild.
Mrs. Eloiza Dawlsberg went be
fore the Court Commissioner last
Monday and applied for a write of
habeas corpus for her young daugh-
i T71 1 1 1 -1
ier, jMoisua, wno nas oeen under
the care of her aunt, Mrs. Muzzy
for several weeks past, be brought
before His Honor and that she be
given the custody of her child.
During the interim Mrs. Muzzy ap
peared before the Probate Court
and asked that she be appointed
guardian, given as her reason that
the mother was not a fit person to
have charge of the child. The
Court appointed Mrs. Muzzy tem
porary guardian, and set the date
for the fiual determination on Sept.
How to Cure AM Skin Deseases."
Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment."
No internal medicine required. Cures tet
ter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face,
nanns, nose, &c.r leaving the skin clear,
white and healthy. Its great healing and
curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swayne's
A. H. Gamage, who has been
spending several months mining
in the G.tta r&ining district came to
town Thursday. He has been
successful in bonded his two mines,
Mammoth and Last Chance to a
gentleman in Los Angeles by the
name of Col. Lucas. He said Col.
Lucas would commence devel
oping them as soon as the hot
weather was over. Mr. Gamage
left today for Los Angeles and af
ter a few days spent there will
continue his iournev to Denver.
He expects to return here the com
Chief Pasqual of- the Yumas,
Quas-a-ama, Mohave Bill and sev
eral others of the Yuma tribe have
returned from participating in the
pow-wow held at Needles recently.
The following tribes took part in
the annual celebration held in
ho nor of the departed spirits:
Mohaves, Yumas, Maricopas, Co
copahs Hualapais Piutes and
Chernehueyas. Fully fifteen hun
dred Indians were present at the
Mr. Nels Monson, the wood con
tractor of the Golden Cross mine,
drove to. Yuma from that place
Wednesday, leaving there at mid
night. The object of his driving
over was to put the horses out to
pasture here as he is not in need of
thcm.now. at the mill, he having a
large quantity of wood ahead. He
returned to the mine today.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
omy rure cream ot Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard,-
A ITevr Organization.
Purdy Relyea, Grand Junior
Woodward of the Ancient Order
of Foresters of America, delivered
an interesting lecture on the origin
and benefits to be derived from be
ing a member of that order Wed
nesday evening at the Court House.
He has been busily engaged during
the past two weeks canvassing our
city aud has been eminently suc
cessful, as he will next week or
ganize. The following gentlemen
have signified their intentions of
joining the order: M. J. Nugent,
L Levy, James Duncan, Frank
Ward, W. 0. Huson, James H.
Kinsler, Douglas Fraser, Ed.
O'Brien, W. Steffy, Jas. Vaughan,
J. Dunne, James Maxey, J. H.
Godfrey, Chas. Riise, Chas. Con
ners. F. H. Eastman, Mr. Dennison
and Mr. Toninio.
Populist Mass Meeting.
At a mass meeting of the Peo
ple's party assembled on Monday,
August 20th, the following business
was transacted; '
The meeting was called to order
by J. H. Kinsler and on motion
made and carried, he was elected
The following persons were then
nut in nomination to constitute a
County Central Committee:
Yuma Precinct J. H. Kinsler,
S. S. Gillespie, A. G. Leffel, James
Neahr, J. D. Bell.
Palomas J. .Fred Nottbusch,
W. H. Dickinson.
Harqua Hala J. Donnelly.
Ehrenberg Thomas Hamilton.
Tne above named persons were
elected a3 a County Central Com
mittee for the County of Yuma.
The members of the committee
then met and on motion J. H.
Kinsler was elected chairman and
J. D. Bell secretary.
S. S. Gillespie and J. D. Bell
were elected delegates to attend
the People's Party convention to
be held at Phoenix on Sept. 5th.
ISome and Abroad,
It is the duty of everyone, whether
at home or travelling for pleasure of
business, to equ p himself with the
remedy which will keep up strength
and prevent illness, and cure such ills
as are liable to come upon all in every
ife. For instance, Hood s Sarsaparil-
la as a general tonic, and to keep the
blood pure and less liable to absorb
the germs of disease, will be well nigh
invaluable. Change of drinking
water often causes serious trouble,
especially if one has been used to
spring water in the country. From
a few drops to a teaspoonful of Hood's
Sarsaparilla in a tumhler of water
will prevent the water having any in
Hood's Vegetable Pills, as a
cathartic, cause no discomfort, no dis
turbance no loss of sleep, but assist
the digestive organs, so that satisfac
tory results are effected in a natural
and regular manner.
The new well at Gila Bend is now down
Mrs. Miranda, mother of Mrs. J. L. Re
dondo, who has been visiting her daughter
here for several weeks, returned to her home
in Phoenix last Saturday evening, accom
panied by her niece, Mis3 Zepeda.
Miss Christina Green returned home from
her visit to the ocean side Sunday evening.
Miss Green had intended to have made a
visit' of several weeks but after three days
she grew tired of hearing the dull and mo
notonous roar of the ocean wave3 and return
ed home to hear what the muddy watera of
the Colorado were saying as thay flowed on
to the gulf.
Mason Guy Toombs and several
helpers have been laying a side
walk of the Gila City sandstone in
front of the large store of Handolfo
Sanguinetti this week. Owing
to there not being stone sufficient,
the walk has not been completed.
W. T. Vaughan, a miner of Gila
City spent Thursday in town and
left the following day for the Con
gress mine. Mr. Vaughan came
from Alamo, Lower California, a
few monthi ago, where ifc is said
he lost a large sum of money in
mines. He expects to get a gov
ernment position soon in Washing
ton, D. C. His parents live in
Tennessee and are said to be worth
. J. F. Iacger, proprietor of The
Place, and John Hodges, one of the
owners of the Two Ppublics, left
Wednesday evening on a pleasure
trip to Phoenix.
Dr. llonei-irui and W. T. Ooitd.-r
are expected hoim; iroin California t iit.s
The Board of Supervisors con
vened this forenoon and are now in
This is the kind of weather that
makes one sigh and think of the
the ocean's breeze.
Chas. Drake of Tucson was
aboard of last evening's passenger
on his way home.
J. H. Carpenter after a visit of
a few days in Lo3 Angeles, return
ed home Monday evening.
Eugene F. Sanguinetti after a
vacation of three weeks in Califor
nia returned home Monday.
Frank Avila spent a few days in
town this week and returned to his
mines at Castle Dome yesterday.
Supervisor R. M. Straus arrived
this morning from Harqua Hala to
attend the meeting of the Board.
Mr. A. H. King, guard at the
prison, was taken quite ill Wednes
day and is still under the weather.
Dr. P. G. Cotter, left on this
morning's train on a two weeks'
pleasure trip to Los Angeles and
Geo. W. Brown, who was brought
down last week by the steamer,
very sick is now ablo bo be out on
It. A. Allen, representing
Braun & Co., wholesale
Los Angeles, is in town lookin
the interests of the firm.
The last excursion of the season
to Santa Monica will pass through
here next Thursday. Faro for
round trip will be $13.40.
For using obscene language one
day this week on our streets, Theo
Clemen paid into the county fund
N. N. Miller, of the drug firm 0
Cotter & Miller, returned Monday
evening from a visit to Los Angeles
and Santa Monica.
Judge William Barnes, a leading
lawyer of Phoenix, was aboard
Thursday sunset express for a few
days rest at the seashore
Mrs. Francisco Amabisca and
her sister left for Golden Cross
mine yesterdy. Her husband
an employee of the mine there.
ine nrst candidate to announce
himself through the press is Judge
H. C. Davis fur District Attorney
on the People's Part' ticket
James Costello, after' an absence
of nearly six months at the Golden
Cross mine, is m town on a visit
to his mother and sisters.
Thomas Smith and Bob Scofield,
two prominent business men of
Phoenix, were passengers on last
evening's express on their return
ed home after several weeks visit
to the seashore.
The following gentlemen have
been appointed registration depu
ties: Chas. W. Wartman, Mo
hawk: J. P. Burns, Harqua Hala
Geo. Wilder, Ehrenberg.
S. K. Flanders, Inspector of
Bridges of the S. P. railroad, with
headquarters in Los Angeles, spent
Wednesday in town looking over
the Colorado river bridge. He re
turned home Thursday.
F. D. Amavisca is having the
small building south of Gandolfo
& Sanguinetti's general merchan
dise store fitted up for a meat
market. He will open on Septem
For Sale Cheap. One hundred
and sixty acres of land in the Gila
valley one mile from town. United
States patent. Part cash and bal
ance on time. Inquire at this
Dr. J. P. Yemen went out mon
day to Golden Cross mine to do
some work in the dentistry line.
His wife and sweet little daughter
accompanied him. They returned
by Thursday's evening train.
James H. Graham came down
from the Mohawk valley this morn
ing on business and will remain
until Monday. He says the canal
there is running bank full and the
people are happy.
Ben Crawford, ex-sheriff of
Graham County and at the pres
ent time Internal Revenue Collec
tor of the territory, was on Thurs
day's express on a recuperating
trip to Santa Monica.
Real Faith never grows weak by
having to wait. Sufferers taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla for chronic
complaints should be patient and
the result will bo satisfactory.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet
promptly and efficiently, on the
liver and bowel?.
Erysipelas in Face and Eyes
Inflammation Subdued and Tor
tures Ended by Hood's.
I am so glad to bo relieved of my tortures
that I am willing to tell the benefits I have de
rived from Hood's Sarsaparilla. In April and
Jlay, I was afflicted with erysipelas In my face
and eyes, -which spread to my throat and neck.
I tried divers ointments and alteratives, but
mere was no permanent abatement 01 the burn
ing, torturing pain, peculiar to this complain
x ucgau 10 wko xtooa s aarsapanua ana
Felt Marked Relief
Deiore 1 naa imisnea tne nrst bottle. 1 con
tinued to improve until, when I had taken four
pottles, I was completely cured, and felt that all
signs, marks and symptoms of that dire com
plaint naa lorever vanisnea." Mrs. . E,
Ottawa, Hlllsboro, Wisconsin.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy in action. Sold by all druggists. 25a-
Last evening at the Court House
permanent organization was effect
ed of the Pioneer Hose Company
Constitution and by-laws as sub
ruitted by the committee appointed
on permanent organization at th
last meeting were read ana
The following named gentlemen
were then elected officers for th
ensuing twelve" months: Presi
dent, F. L. Ewing; Vice President
R. S. Hatch; Secretary, J. H. Kins
ler; Treasurer, Frank Blaisdell
Foreman, N. N. Miller; Assistant
Foreman, James Duncan; Trustees
A. W. Morris, H. F. Anthony and
A committee consisting of Messrs
Morris Miller and Relyea was ap
pointed by the Chair to wait on th
City Council and inform that Hon
orable body that in accordance with
its wishes a volunteer fire company
had been organized and was now
ready for" duty.
The meeting then adjourned un
til September 7th.
Sunday morning Mrs. DeCorse
and her little son George and
daughter J osfea lelton a visit to
her son Charlie, who is now learn
mg tne macnmist trade in Los
Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Fredley's
little daughter Grace accompanied
her on a visit to her grand-mother
and aunt and will enter school in
that city this winter.
E. J. Trippel, forwarded his
bond as Register of the U. S. Land
office at Tucson the middle of the
week to Washington, D. 0., for ap
proval. Dr. P. G. Cotter, E. F.
Sanguinetti and J. W. Dorrington,
are his bondsmen. The bond is
Thursday evening Deputy Sher
iff Johnson arrived from Flagstaff
with the following prisoners: Jose
B. Marquez, murder, life; Charles
Smith and William Davis, grand
larceny. The latter two are only
15 and 17 years of age.
The passenger train from the
east yesterday was five hours late.
Cause heavy rains and washouts.
a little now and then
in removing offend
ing: matter from the
stomach and bowels
and you thereby
avoid a multitude
of distressing de
rangements and dis
eases, and will have
less frequent need
of your doctor's
Of all known
agents for this pur
nose, Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are
the best. Once
used, they are al"
ways iu favor.
Their secondary ef
fect is to keep the
bowels open and
regular, not to fur
ther constipate, as
is the case with
other" pills. Heilce, their great popularity
with sufferers from habitual constipation.
piles and their attendant discomfort and
manifold derangements.. The "Pellets"
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless
in any condition of the system. No care is
required while using them; they do not
interfere with the diet, habits or occupa
tion, and produce no pain, griping or shock
to the system. They act in a mild, easy aud
natural way ana tnere is no rcacuon auer-
ward. Their help lasts.
The Pellets cure biliousness, sick and
bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or
constipation, sourstomacn, loss 01 appeut
ted tougue, indigestion, or dyspepsia,
dv belchines. "heartburn," pain and
distress after eating, and kindred derange
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels.
In proof of their superior excellence, it can
be truthfully said, that they are always
adopted as a household remedy after the
first trial. Put up in sealed, glass vials,
therefore always fresh and reliable. One
little "Pellet" is a laxative, two are mildy
cathartic. As a "dinner pill," to promote
digestion, or to relieve distress from over
eating, take one after dinner. They arc
tiny, sugar-coated granules; any child will
readily tajce tnem.
Accent no substitute that mav be recom
mended to be "just as good." It may be
belter for the dealer, because of paying him
a better profit, but he is not the one who
Wo wish to respectfully inform the4
public that we afo daily receiving1
Our stock ia fully assorted and well seis
ed, consisting ot
LADIES' and GET'S
FURNISff JUG GOODS'
GENNT AND BOYff
WOODED WAR E
PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES.
Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Domes'
tic. Wines and LiquorsV Milwau-"
kee and St. Eouis Beer.
The continuous increase of our' crkds
is sufficient guarantee that the'
public is fully convinced df
our fair and honest
GOODS ARE DELIVERED Al?'
DEPOT AND ALL PARTS
OF THE TOWN FREE
OF ALL KINDS;
VED FRUITS and1
JELLIES, SOAPS, antf-CONFECTIONERY,-
Attacned to our store we
onducted by a No. 1 baker. Order