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NO SATINS, JEWELS OR LACES
Captain Gertrude Hall Becomes a
Salvation Army Bride
A HAPPY COUPLE UNITED
Maud Ballington Booth Performing the
Eleven flea and Worn . a at the Conclusion ol
the CereaWay Expressed Their
Desire to Do Better
Matrimony and salvation held the
hoards at Music hall last evening. A
bride and groom became man and wife
and eleven men and women, in response
to a strong appeal, came from out the
large audience, steppe 1 down the aisle,
and kneeling on tbo bare Moor in front of
tbe stage asked the prayers of the 10UJ
Salvationists present tbat they might
lead a better life.
The full capacity of Music ball was
tested at 8 p. m.. for Maud liallington
Booth was announced to perform the
first wedding ceremony ever performed
by. a woman in the city of Los Angeles.
And she did. Tho service alio read in
must impressive manner, and it was
beautiful. It made Captain Gertrude
Hall the wife of Captain Edmund Clif
ton, "till death does them pan.''
The audience tbat gathered to witness
tbe ceremony was made up largely of Sal
vationists, but it included many men
and women of the world. Tne black
bonnets witn the rod bands and the red
sweaters witb bine coats predominated.
When Urigadier Genera! Keppel led the
way from the wings to tae atat.e for Mrs.
Maud liallirgton Booth, and the pretty
little Staff C.tptain Marshal, who accom
panies hei on her tour, they were all
three given a most enthusiastic reception
by their comrades in the Body of the hall.
The brigadier genera! stepped to the
front of the stage and as soon as the en
thusiasm bad subsided, with a motion of
nis hand the audience bowed their heads
in silent prayer. After this ths beau
tiful hymn, i Have a Friend in .lesus,
He is Everything to Me, was sung.
After prayer by tbe tirigadier general,
.lesus Witb Ms is United, Was given.
The Salvationists have great faith in the
power of moving one by song. Lieuten
ant Mess sang in a swe< soprano, Step
by Step, the audience joining in the
Then came Mrs. Mand Ballingtotl
Booth. As she rose from her chair tlie
Ififß people in front of her broke forth
ami gave her the royal welcome she waa
entitled to. With a beautiful smite upon
her wonderful face, so full of character,
Mrs. Booth spoke to her auditors, im
pressing them with her earnestness. The
language she used indicated a woman of
education, refinement ami culture. Sbe
talked with an easy grace that charmed all
witnin the sound of her voice. She said
i v substance :
" 'Step by step.' Thnt is literally what
tbe Salvation army means. >tep by step
God will lead u-. We have no fear cf His
path whether it be of roses or thorns,
through darkue-s pr light, through sun
shine and prosperity or hearing tbe cross
of many teats and much .-arrow. The
Salvation army is ready to follow every
step and to call on Cod for guidance. We
will follow in the steps He directs us and
tiun we will call on Him for His blesing.
■'A bride and groom arc about to take
a step this evening in the presence ol this
large audience. We believe and know
that God will be and is with them in
••Yon ask : Why make this step so pub
lic? A young woman is about to pass
from maidenhood to matrimony. I will
tell yon wbv. The Salvation jinny be
lieves that in every step taken by its
soldiers in tlie presence ot their comrades
God is witb tbem. Wo believe Unit the
consrerated vows that are taken hero to
night may impress others who are direct
ed here s'iinply by idle curiosity. Some
may step into a new life and begin again.
The soull of all present may look away
liom tbe earthly bride and groom to the
heavenly bride and groom tbat awaits
"This meeting is a consecrated one.
These young men und women you -ea
here present wearing the uniform of the
army, have consecrated their lives to a
great work. They have saved many souls
to Hod. Tbe bride and groom come here
witli no light feeling. Even just now 1
saw tbem kneeling on this public plat
form in silent prayer.
"The Salvation army believes in doing
something that will help bless the lives
of others. The Salvation army bride
needs no bedecking in jewels and hu e-.
Tbo Salvation army bridejroom has
neither wealth nor position. No bride
of the Salvation army i- sold for title or
fortune. There is no wedding least save
"1 have never pertoriuet a wedding
ceremony unless I knew the couple
sought God's guidance and 1 knew that
it was the right step for thorn to take
and was sure their after life would be
happy. 1 hope that the hearts of all
present will lie with the hrido and groom
tonignt. 1 will lirst rend the wedding
psalm ef the Salvation army, it wa- read
nt my ov ii wedding and it is indeed
beautiful. 'The Lord is my Shepherd, I
ahall not want.
And Mrs. Booth then read very impres
sively the thirtieth psalm. At the elos';
Captain Edmund Clinton arose and Btood
upon her right hand. Captain Gertrude
Hall took her position on ihe left. Over
Captain Clinton's head restea lbs Stars
and Stripes, while above that ot Captain
Hall WU- the emblem of tbo Salvation
Mrs. Booth read tbe articles of war,
whieo prescribe the conditions and prom
ises Salvation army oOuers must aocept
mid make before they eau wed. i'hey
must pledge themselves to give their
lives t.} tbe army and no: permit the
marriage state tv interfere in any wuy
witli their duties a- officers.
The in art taf-c servieu read by Mrs.
Booth and repeated by the contracting
piirt ie a was nearly ibe Bameaa that of tiie
Episcopal etiurcu. '1 be bride, however,
promises to love, holier, lave and keep
Iter husband. She does not promise to
obey him. She j ledges liorseli never tv
prevent pirn from giving to *<t uomg for
|be array. And linalty she agrees to make !
ber life a constant self-sacrifice fir the
salvation ef the world. Tnen the couple
join harm's and the groodi swears that be
Will make bis bride iiis continuous com
rade in the perpetual war.upon llil bullor
•'as a true soldier of .lesus Uhrisl. In
her most Impressive manner Mi-. Booth
Maied the contract wall the closing
"In the name of <iod, tlio Father, the
Bon and tbe Holy Spirit. 1 pri ii'mi.i-e
you man and wile.
■ After a brief prayer by the brigadier,
Ibe audience -ang with great energy thai
Salvation Army favorite, Halleluiah. At
the close Mr-. Booth arose with thai
beatilic smile upon her striking eounten- ;
g,nee and said :
"1 think that ii i.- about lime that wo
man came to perform Ih2 marriage cere
mony for man. A woman can sympa-
Imzi fully tvit.i the bride. I was once a
brie myself, nun) I am not at uli -orry I
for it. M> tr:-''s.id is not here toulgbt. '
God oless bim! 11' be was here 1 would
take a b..ck seat; bnt us it is I am lead •
ing tois meeting, is 1 sympathise witb I
the bride, I am now going to call on
Mrs. Captain Clinton to tell us her exper
H Mrs. Captain Clinton, the bride, then
arose. She said tnat she hardly knew
what to say. and did not know what was
expected of her. At this Mrs. Bootb
suggested that she tell the audience what
she knew about her husband. The bride
spoke briefly of her experience as a Sal
vationist, saying tbat if her own feelings
were consulted she would not have gone
through the public ceremony. Hut for
two years sne had set aside her own feel
ings and let Jesus lead her. She would,
she sani. be supremely happy if through
the public ceremony she bad beon flip
humble means of leading one soul to
Jesus and into close contact witb God.
In whispered voices the audience sang,
There Is Sunshine, There Is Sunshine
in Mv Soul.
"We shall certainly have no mercy on
the bridegroom now," said Mrs. Booth,
at the close of the hymn. "1 have al
ways found grooms just as numerous as
brides,and we will now see luw it is witb
Captain Clinton demonstrated that he
was not nervous He said that tbo belief
of Himself and liis comrade, he hoped,
would now count more for God tnan
they sver had before. Mrs. Boidh SSked
!»ini to tell something of his wit*, but be
satisfied himself by relating some of her
Tiie hymn "1 Am Satisfied With Jesus,
He is Everything to Me." was rendered,
after which Staff Captain Marshal was
introduced by Mrs. Booth as a young
woman who bad been eight year- in the
army, and was not yet a bride although
sim "was willing to be. she thought.
Captain Marshal made a plea for the
auxiliary league of tbo Salvation Army,
which wns intended to give an opportun
ity to those who wished well to the army
and desireil to Bid it an opportunity to
do so, Captain Marshal joined tho army
In Pans, France, and although a young
woman, has had varied experiences witb
it at various station- in Europe.
Brief addresses were delivered by other
Salvationists and the meeting ciossd with
appeals by Mrs. Booth and GeMeral Kep
pel for those who wished to give them
selves to the Lord to come forward.
Eleven responded, and there was great
Today Mrs. Bootli will address three
meetings. This rooming she will talk
on Consecration at Simpson tabernaole.
This afternoon she will hold torth at the
First Congregational church at Sixth and
Hill streets on Slum and Rescue Work.
This evening she will deliver an address
at the Tabernacle.
All of tbe early writers on the make-up |
of the human frame and its auornnients
I invariably referred to tne hair as being
ian "excrement," and most of them held
thai it was led on substances similar to
I itself. The odd notions of the early an- \
\ atomists and physiologists, as w, 11 as
the occult philosophers, respecting the
i growth and functions of the hair were
! the basis of many old-time superstitions
; regarding that constituent ot the human
I body. The ancient philosophers declared |
i that the hair "generated in the fulig
! inous parts of the blood, and tbat it was -
I "exhaled by tbe heat of the body," and
I that it "becomes linn and li broils on ex- !
I posure to the atmosphere, " presumably in t
the same manner that the fluid ejected
Iby the spider becomes a "web" as soon I
|us the air strikes it. In modern times.
' however, every idea respecting the char- 1
aeter ami growth of hair lias changed.
The scicnt sts now universally agree that
the iiair properly and truly lives and ,
receives its nourishment fom the scalp I
! and adjoining tissues. It is true, however, j
that they take upon themselves the na- ,
I tore of parasitic plants.
They crow, ns vegetation does, and 1
: each separate filament has a distinct life
and economy. Tnat they derive tneir
J nourishment and owo their existence to |
I the }uic?B taken up from the tiesb and
bluod there is no doubt. However, after i
! all. it cannot be thai this food is taken j
up front what the physiologists term nu
! tricious juices, for we know that bait
| will thrive and live even though the body '
j starve or be wasted by disease. In many [
j instances, in truth, the hair thrives and .
| necomes most luxuriant when the body j
!is most shrunken and shriveled by wast
i ing ailments. And. furthermore, in rare j
; instances it has been known to tlourisn !
j after animal lifo in the body bad ceased
Ito exist, and even after decay had set in
:in the skin ami flesh to whicO it was at
tached.—St. Louis Republic.
Tiie acuteness of the wild Indians in
i following a trail was almost miraculous,
i After following it for a few miles they
I were generally able to tell exactly how
| many persons were in tha party, together
| with a number of personal peculiarities
i of the individuals composing it.
Removal Sale of Shoes
January Ist we move to our new store, northeast corner \
Broadway and Third streets. TCjV_ORROW we com- j
mence a grand removal sale of Reliable Shoes.
Ladies' Shoes worth $100, now. ~.~ ~:~'....52.00
Ladies' Shoes worth $£.00, now $3.00
James Means $*.03 Shoes for Men, now ...$2.25
Bows' and Youths' Shoes, per pair $1.00
Children's Shoes, Prices Accordingly.
M. P. Snyder & Co.
255 South Spring Street, Opposite Stimson Block
—3,3 S. Main S, NAPE A|J
Furniture and Hnlf X>r\cP*
Household Goods * ICAII 1 1 !WV
Up to Date and Out of Date
Suited to every taste and every purse. In quantity, quality, variety and
price nobody can compete with
1 ADEAU 3U-3t3S.Main St.
LOS ANGEI.ES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 3. 1895.
THE GRAND MASS MEETING
All Arrangements for It Are
TOMORROW EVENING AT 7:30
The Hall of the Chamber of Commerce
Is the Place
Citizens ol Los Angeles Will Voice Their Sen
timents on the Question ol the Na
The indications aro tbat the mass meet
ing wnicu Is to be held at the hall of the
chamber of commerce tomorrow evening
will ba a great success. Its object is to
devise ways und means to assist San
Francisco in her struggle to secure the
Republican national convention, and it
is the duty of every citizen of Los Ange
les to attend ami participate in its delic
Certainly this is a grand purpose, for
the coming of the convention to the
Pacific coast means a great deal to i.oa
Angeles and to all Southern California
more, perhaps, than it does to any other
section of the west. It is, therefore, of
the utmost importance for Los Angeles
to taKt a hand and insist San Francisco
in getting this great gathering of promi
nent man who will come from all parts of
tne Doited States to sec the l'acilic coast,
many of them for the first time.
The mass meeting Monday night will
be presided over by Mayor Prank Rader.
It has been celled by citizens, regardless
of politics or of any other considerations
except tho good of tbe country.
t. if. La Veen ot the Evening Express
will act as secretary. There will be a '
number 01 brief addresses delivered as to
the object of the meeting, explaining the
importance of l.os Angeles doing its level
b?st to help the Golden Gate city in the
present great light for recognition from
the representatives of the Republican
party as constituted In the national com
mittee cf tbe organisation.
Colonel Walter 8. Moore. President W,
S. Patterson of tbe chamber of commerce.
Captain H. '/.. Osborne, P. B. Colver of
tbe Federated Trades. Congressman James
MoLacblan and other prominent citizens j
will deliver addresses.
The official cull fur the mass meeting i
was printed in The Herald yesterday
morning. It was signed by over one :
hundred of tbe business men, merchants, I
bankers and capitilists of the city, j
Almos - every line of business was repre
Everybody across that Los Angeles
should assist San Francisco and it is
through this mass meeting that some ex
pression of the sentiment of the people
of this city is to be given an orticinl
voice. It -iiould be a rouser. ,
ban Fr«inoisco has raided $7",00j for the i
great convention and will immediately
send a delegation east to push her claims
where tbe pushing will do some good.
The $100,000 that is required will he
raised all right. Still ths help that is be
ing extended by ouatide locations to the
sister city is most encouraging and will i
be productive of great good.
A mass meeting is to be held in San
Francisco on Monday night on the con
vention matter and it is expected that
10,000 people will attend.
Do not forget the Los Angeles mass
meeting which will be called to order at
7:30 oclocK sharp Monday evening in tbe
hail of the chamber of commerce, at the
southeast corner of Fourth street and
LOS ANGELES MEAT MARKET
The Old Reliable Institution Established by
Julius tfauser |
Twelve years ago Mr. Julius Hauser.
now known to the ptiolic as one of the
foremost wholesale and retail meat deal
ers of this city, founded his establish
ment at the corner of Main and Fir>t
streets. At lirst his sales amounted to i
not more than a side of beef per day, |
With other meats in proportion. From
that comparative)' humbls beginning the
business has steadily grown until now
twenty beeves are slaughtered daily, be
sides a liberal complement of sneep,
lambs, bogs, calves and otber food ani
mals. During this time the Los Angeles
Meat Market, for tbat is tba name under
which the house has always been famil
iarly known, has worked up a reputation
for producing the best sausage known to
tbe meat trade in Southern California.
With tho increased trade of the lit use
has come a necessity for more commo
dious quarters. Tha old plac? of business
is no longer adequate to acommoUate
tbo volume of business transacted, and
the place of business will be cbanzed to
Mott Market across the street. In tbe
new quarters Mr. Ilaussr will have
ample room for bis still rapidly expand
ing business. The numbers of the new
location are 129, 18L 183 and U"> South
Main street. The entire basement of the
new location, measuring 60x160 feet in
Moor dimensions, will be utilized for
packing moms, sausage kitchens and
other accessories. The upper tloor will
be devoted to tbe retail department, the
Shipping room und other apartment",
besides tho office. possible acces
sory to make tbe place thoroughly mod
ern in all ot its appointments lias bien
supplied, and no expense spaieil to pre
duce the highest results. The retail de
partment is titled tip with a style and
excellence unsurpassed by any metropoli
tan establishment, and is as neat and
tidy as a parlor.
The slaughteiing department of lb*
house is located upon tiie Fanta Men a
road at a distance of abmt six miles fi m
the city. Six men are employed there o
do the required work. The retail depait*
ment has ten men at tbe blocks, besides
tho usual oQtfil of teamsters and helpers.
This large business bas been buil' up
by Mr. Hauser by the application of the
most painstaking and petsevering
methods. He bas always supplied the
very highest quality ol meats to his cus
tomers, and has been at all limes an ac
commodating proprietor. lie enjojs the
patronage of tbe best trade of the city,
hesnles Having the business of the lead
ing hotels and restaurant!. His ether
may always be reached by telephone
No. ;i'tt>, and customers may be utsured
tbat their orders will receive the same
careful consideration that would hem-
coided tbem were the customer to appear
in person. The new quarters will be
occupied November Slh.
A grand opening will be extended to
tbe public upon the evening of November
7th, at which time the greatest display
of meats ever shown in the city will be
on exhibition. Among other features
will he three of the largest nogs ever
shown in the state, their combined
weight being 2280 pounds net.
<n made to order garments at
Gentlemen :—Place your
orders early; in that way you
can have a very large assort
ment to choose from.
Fine Suits j
Made from $20 to £50
Made from $5 to 5515
Used in All Garments
EVERY THE EST A B
l.\K .1. Till fIR >- N ' THE
CITY 1/AIL.UK wouLO
134 SOUTH SPRING ST.
T. DANIEL FRAWLEY,
The Leading Actor of the Frawley Company, Now Playing at the Burbank Theater, In
dorses Dr. A. J. Shores' New Oil Treatment—Mr. Frawley Has Made Hosts of Friends
in This Community—The Sterling Work of His Company of Players Places
Them on a High Plane of Histrionic Merit—They Play Here at the Burbank
Theater in a Fine Repertoire Seven Weeks Longer, ana Will Then Visit
San Francisco, Denver, Portland, Salt Lake, San Diego, Sacramento
and Other Coast Cities—Mr. Frawley la the Agent for the Pro
duction of the Plays of the Million Dollar Syndicate,
Headed by Sir Augustus Harris, T. Henry French,
H. C. Miner and Joseph Brooks, west of Chicago.
MODERN MEN WITH MODERN METHODS.
Br.. A. SHORES' new oil treatment, | crowded houses, and' words of praise way to treat bronchitis, which ia too
for the cure of Catarrh and 15ron- for the aterling young eotor and his firm and formidable and Btrongly root
ohitia, is attracting the attention of I company are in the mouths of uvery ed a malady to be loosened or ahakened
the whole country. Ths apeedy results ; one. by any such foolishness. It must be
that hare been obtained from this | Mr. Frawley's honesty is not oon- got. at locally, immersed in oily vapors,
treatment are something wonderful. | fined wholly to his famous produc- Thsre oan be no adeqoate and tffeot-
During the past week in Dr. .SHORES ! tions. He believes that sufferers ual medication of diaeasad bronchial
Ban Francisco and Los Angeles offices, should be told of something that will 'übes excepting by the method prac
thousanda of people thronged his par- be worth thousands of dollars to them tlced by Dr. SHORES. The healing
— —_— i
lore to take advantage of toe success-1
In twelve boars aggravating tbroat
troubles have been relieved. The re
tnits are instantaneous.
DR. SHORES has placed his terms at
$5 00 a month for all diseases, medi
cines free ; alio, all oil inhalations will
be administered free of charge. The
only cost to sntferers will be $5 00 a
month until cured. This does not mean
you are charged 16.00 for each trouble
you may have. It means that all tbe
money yon need is $5.00 per month
until cured. On account of the large
number of patients that are now treat
ing with Dr. SHORES, be has been
compelled to enlarge hie quarters in
the Rediok Block, and in the future
there will be no long waits, as Dr.
| SHORES has it so arranged tbat busy
people need lose no time in taking the
treatment. This announcement is made
to tbe hundreds tbat were unable to
see Dr. SHORES last week. It is a
guarantee on the part of Dr. SHORES
that be will use every effort in bis pow
er to treat all who apply during tbe
j THE BEST TIME.
) Yon should apply to Dr. SHORES at
i snce. So many people put off until
' the last hour and then they fail to take
advantage of special offers.
A Special Oiler for the Month
At had been said, Dr. Shoreo rate this
1 month will be 5.'.00 a month until cured,
all medicine* furnished free. No matter
' what eitra medicine you may need Dr.
(Shores dees aot charge you for It. Fur
ther, all patients who begin treatment
I this month will be given free one of Dr.
bhores' New Inhaling Instruments for
' the administration of medicine into tbe
the nose and throat. It will be a grand
mouth. This seaeon of the year Is when
you must take cars of colds. It 1m Dr.
Shores' Intention to aid every sufferer in
California* and If you are a sufferer from
Catarrh or Bronchitis* after you have
taken one treatment* you will be so
'greatly benefited thatyoa will say, like
hundreds of others amy, "llTell* it Is
; Manager Frawley's Honesty.
No actor has so suddenly sprung
into popular favor and taken such a
strong hold on the hearts of the play
going people of the Pacitlo Coast as
T. Daniel Frawley. This readily to be
understood, as it is conceded that no
! actor manager haa been so honest and
! conscientious in giving to the public
the best value for their mouey in the
presentment of standard playß by
atorling players, who work on symmet
ric 1 lines, and interpret the produc
tions of tbe beat playwrights in ac
cordance with the most approved ethics
of the stage in its palmy days.
At the Burbank Theater, where Mr.
Frawley and his company aro playing,
( here baa been a constant succession of
* Wh o 1 ce S aio. r.um. bavedfroni A LIVING GRAVE. tllfinOJ^
BKBK 3 CO AXPmtf. I .sjTlrTrn .wrHBS*. Yeatß last vcar, of Lost Manhood,
~,, . ~( U, „C 4tP«Bk-J Pe-SSI *__a&?\ Nervous Debility, Lo»s of Power
JAF'ANt'Sh UOOUS /TTtIKK Nightly Emissions, and all Seminal weakness of
;i44>.. S. spring. tfl||J «_g ffßKtflff any nature arising from disease, over-indulgence
n fP.o , - 0,10,. (*f t/ - ■ P 7_» or abuseof any kindof either Bex. Have the L>rug-
Best Paper NapklllS I ~V LMKI Li***./ i«V Eist show you testimonials or address with stamp
Special WIinLKSAI.E PRICE Mat>*XVtT ffXzM « and we will send them Ask for Ijlxlr of '0M», talus
TO RESTAURANTS -RLjttyh *w.--rS_ otho;. SI pet bottle, 6 for t5. Sold under a guarau
--Only $1.00 Per 1.000 j [^-J||^
Like many other actors, has been a
sufferer from catarrh. Acting ou the
advioe of a prominent Angeleuo, he
called on the Dr. A. J. Shores Co. of
this city, and like thousands of worthy
people of Southern California, received
immediate relief from this eminent
specialist. Manager Frawley takes
pleasure in presenting to the public
the following lette-:
Los Anc.ki.es, October 00. 1895.
Dr. A. J, Shores & Co: I take great
pleasure iv testifying to the benefits
derived fro:n your treatment. Suffer
ing intensely from hoarseness. I could
not speak above a whisper, f was nd
vised to go and see Dr. A. J. SHORES,
and in IJ. hours he entirely relieved
me. Had it not been for his cxoell nt
treatment i am eatisfied I would have
been precipitated into a case of chronic
I cousider that the Dr. A. J. Sboreß
Co. has benefited me to the extent of
thousands of dollars in saving my
voice for the pursuit of my profession.
I remain gratefully yours,
T. Daniel Frawley.
Free Trial Treatment.
All patients will be given trial treat
ment free. You don't want to buy a
cat in a bas?. Tost the treatment, be
fore you buy it. Come up to Dr.
SHORES' parlc-«. in the Redick Block,
corner First anvi Broadway, anil talk
with our patients. They will tell you
that Dr. SHORES' treatment CURES.
They will toll you tbat Dr. SHORES is
honest with his patieuts. They will
tell you tbat when Dr. SHORES an
nounces $5.00, tbat is till you have to
pay. Merit needs no brass band ; the
people know tt good thing.
DR. SHORES' IDEAS.
rsreatbinff Balm, and Healin? Oils
Applied Direct into the Dis
rnsetl Air Tubes.
Patients Are Now Being Cured o' Catirta
aa! Chronic Bronchitis, and Ptrnu
nently Cured by Dr. A. J.
Doctors have been complaining for a
thousand years ttut they couldn't cure
bronchitiß. But this bas been because
tbey didn't know bow, or badn't, means
for applying curatives locully. Bron
chitis is a local malady, directly acces
sible to curative inhalations; and the
only effective treatment is by an in
breathing of vaporized remedies of
transcendent healing virtue until tbe
soro and inllumed bronchial tubes are
moiatened by it, or soaked in it, or ef
fectually impregnated with it, for the
period necessary to permanently allay
its inflammations tnd to permanently
abate its pains.
The usual method—is not to send
healing vapors down tho windpipe to
the burning brunchia — but to send
arsenic and opium solutions, etc., down
the bread pipe into the stomaob, thence
to be carried up and down tho whole
live body and be diffused throughoqt
tbe whole wide system.
This zigzag dootoring isn't the right
vapors whlob be administers by Inhala
tion are aa balm and ointment poured
from a cup directly upon the fevered
bronchia. Their Btrong remedial vir
tues are not wasten or loat by being
uselessly diffused throughout the entire
anatomy, but reaoh the plao* of disease
in their abundanoe and entirety—in
their full curative potency—like a be
eignant salve upon an ngly wonad.
Dr. SHORES' eisy r.nd oomplete mas
tery of bronchial catarrh is exoiting
national 'nterest and drawing great
numbers of sufferers to Dr. SHORES'
parlors. It is simply because tha
me •hod he employs is the only method
by which the disease can be dlreotly
medicated witb the freedom, fullness,
potency and abundanoe requisite to It*
radical ttud permanent mastery.
DR. A. j. SiSr^REMEWES.
Why experiment with cheap, unsafe
patent medicines. Always tat tha beat.
All druggists sell Dr. SHORES' rem
edies. If tbey don't, come to Dr.
SHORES' ollices, corner First street
If you cunnot come to Dr. SHORES'
parlors for treatment, you will find his
remedies on sale at nil drug stores in
Los Angeles and through Southern
Dr. A. J. Shares' Combination Catarrh Cure
El tho only package in tho market that con
tain* a thorough systematic and local course
of treat merit. This remedy wus discovered
and uerfectrd by UK. A J. SHORKS, and is
considered by tlio medical profession to be
the only intelligent and practical Catarrh
Bach rainedv ot OK. A. J SHORES* COM
BINATION ( ATAKKB CURB contains on«
month's treatment of the
Nose and Throat, Stomach and Blood,
[ A package of Liver Pills and D*. SHORES*
I latest Instrument for the administration of
! the mediciue lv tho nose and throat.
Next to treat Bent in the office, under the
1 personal care and advteeof Dr. &UUIIKS, the
1 Combination Cutarrh ('tiro U rocoinmeudtd.
I Dr. A. J. Stores' Kidney and Liver Care
I la a positive cure for all dlieaiei of tbo Hv.r,
Bladder und fcldnova. Don't buy*, lot of
1 unrclinblc, unaclentilie compouds that are
| represented to euro ON SltiHT or sooner.
Dr. KHOKKS is a pliyalrdun uuderwhota care
in. remedies are prepared, thus avoldlufftne
dmiKors of taking* too atronr medicine., that
lv many eases ure much t orse than tho dli
Dr. A. J. Shores' Tonic and Blood Purifier
iI, n, reinedv thnt lias been tested in soma of
tho mo.tobstinate Blood trouble', and In no
case baa it failed where Ihe patient gave the
proper a.al.taueo for nervouants.. tired and
emaciated feeling, sluggish blood, pimploa
or impute blood Indication.. You will not
regret this Tonic or Blood Purifier.
Dr. A. J. Shores' Anti-Conslip ttioa Pills.
Wo a«k you to try them and tbojr Kill
i a. Fires it
SPECIAI.TIKS-Catarrh, Asthma. Bron
ohltia, Rloumntlsm, Heart trouble, Luni»
troubles, Dyspepsia, Stomach troubles. Kl<l
new. Liver and Bladder troubles. Skin dis,
eases, Nervousness, Parnate complaints and
all private and rhouio oiseates.
Pi lea cured without pain or rfotentlou Iron
bualnoaa Cure ifuaranleed -Dr. A. J. Shore*
CORNER FIRST AND BROADWAY,
Opposite Times OUloe. •
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.