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NOTES Weather Bureau, keport of observations taken at Los Angeles, jpt 22, 1893: 'ther 87 04 W Maximum temperature, 79. Minimum temperature, 49. Indication.. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: slightly cooler Saturday; westerly winds. The Banning Herald haa greatly im proved ita appearance of late. Key. L, M. Hartley will preach at Simpson M. E. church tomorrow, at 11 a.m, No service in the evening. Thia eve! Grand moonlight fete at Rubio cafion on the Mt. Lowe railway. Special attractions. See time card. The teachers' meeting will open in the high school building this morning at 9 o'clock. As it is a general meeting, all teachers in the city are expected to at tend. There are undelivered telegrama at the Weatern Union telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets, for L. A. Wilaon, James Fullerton, Louis Zeh, W. L. Skeel, P. A. Johneon. A marriage licenae was issued yester day to Antonio Aros, aged 21, a native of California and resident of Artesia, and Amelia Montijo, aged 1", a native ol Mexico and resident of Whittier. The public library has prepared an in dex of ita reaourcea on mines and min ing and irrrigation of California. The pnblic baa access to this index, and should apply to tbe reference room. A building permit was issued yester day to R. J. Waters for the erection of a $12,000 residence on Adams etreet, one of tbe prettiest portions of tbe city. Mr. Waters is a well-known orange grower of Redlands. Mra. "Mcd" Spencer on Thurday morning presented her husband with twins, a boy and girl. Both ot the chil dren and the mother are doing well, and Mr. Spencer is of couree twice aa happy as he expected to be. Ho for Mt. Lowe! Four trains Satur day and Sunday. You can see more of the beautifnl San Gabriel valley at one glance from Mt, Lowe or Echo mountain than by a week's drive through the valley. See other announcement and time card. Not more than half of the people who will desire to attend Methodiet services tomorrow can be accommodated in Firat churcb. Arrangements have been made to have an overflow meeting at Simpson M. E. church at 11 a in., at which Rev. L. M. Hartley, D. D., will preach. Fourth Anniversary. Today Papa Schurtz'a Palace haß been opened four years, and a special conceit will be given this evening in honor ol the event by the ladies' orchestra, headed by Miss Paulina. Klaas. Papa Schurtz has prepared % grand speech which he will deliver in Hilmhook. Don't miss the fun. Everybody must be present, as it will be an occasion not soon to be forgotten. Haker's Fine Millinery Will remove Sept. 30th to 257 South Spring, which will be the largest millin ery establishment in Southern Califor nia. Our entire line is new, and our E rices will for ever be tbe lowest. We aye now 38 cases of new goods which will not be opened until Saturday, Sept. 30th. We extend a moat courteous in vitation to all and wa will be delighted to show our goods. The Creamene. The neatest, moat inviting and com fortable dining room in Loa Angeles. One visit makes of you a customer, and our service will keep you one. Prices, low ac tbe lowest. Provisions, the best. Separate apartment for ladies. The Creamerie, 126 North Main street, half a block north of First. Natlck House. Popular prices, central location, good service. Only hotel running its own free buss to and from depots. Day ratos, $1.25, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents. Corner Main and First streets, entrance on First street. H. A. Hart & Sons, proprietors. Flro Insurance —Money to Loan. William R. Burke & Co., 213> 2 North Spring Btreet, up stairs, Fire Insurance agency. ((Sapital represented, $20,000, --000.) Lots of cheap money to loan on real estate. Notary public. The Library, 246 8. Broadway. The best lunch parlor and delicacy rooms iv tbe city. Neat, clean and prompt service. Hot dinner Irom 12 to 5 p.m. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and eurgeona, have removed their offices to 147 South Main atreet. Take Arabian Headache Powder for headache and neuralgia. East India Herb Toa Cores Constipation, biliousness and headache, cleanses tbe system, stimulates the liv :r and kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta ble. Sample free. H. M. SALE <fc eON, agents, 220 South Spring street. A. It. Chapman Bells the Glenwood ranges and Richmond ranges, the tiro beit stoves in Amorics. House ho.d goods a specialty. 414 S. Spring st. The Only Kouley Institute In Southern California is at Riverside. The los Angeles offlce is &t ro:>uiß 01 and 00, New Wilson block. New and Old Itooks, Magazines, etc. Book Exchange, cor. Second and Main streets. j. ir You Need a Truss Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 North Main. A St guaranteed, We take pleasure in announcing that we are now fully prepared to do all kiuds of glass beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French plate mirrors. Old aud damaged mirrors re silvered. All work guarantee!. H. Raphael & Co., 41»«ud 140 South Spring st. Grand annual entertainment and picnic given by the los Angeles Social Club, at the Ham Street Gaidens; Sunday afternoon and evening, Bept. 21, 1593. Tickets 25 cents, ladies free. Meals from 1 o'clock p.m. until evening. Fire Insurance Kates Keduced. Independent of the' compact." See Biskor vlllf, 21s North Main (Lanfranco building) and save money Dreaaod to Order In Five) Minutes. Live, fat chickens. Bi in .t Clark, 110 X Sth. Besdquart.rs lor tttoroU(;hl<:ed poultry, game and produce. Dr. I>. S. UiiTenhacl-er, Dnntlst, 111) S. Spring street, rooms 4 aud 5. Prof. J. Loeb's musical studio opens s»pt. 15th, 13S}-i South Sprjiii strict, call Tues days, Thursdays and Saluidays. HE ASKS A CHOICE OF PRISONS. The Only Favor Defaulter Stew art Asks of the Court. He Looks Worried and Hollow-Eyed aud Declines to Talk. The Arrival or the Erring; Deputy Street Superintendent Yesterday—A Dif rerence as to the Amount of Money Found on li I in. Detective Auble arrived from EJ Paeo yesterday afternoon in charge o! Arthur I. Stewart, the defaulting deputy of Street Superintendent Watson. On his arrival the young man was taken into Chief Glass's private office, where he was searched, preparatory to being placed in jail. Stewart looked ill and worn. Sleepless nights and the knowledge of his public disgrace had hollowed his eyes and given him the appearance of a man of 30, instead of that of a boy of 21. Before going to hie cell a llrrm.d re porter saw him and questioned him as to the caaee of his defalcation. "I will tell you, perhaps, tomorrow," said Stewart. "1 haven', had time to think yet, or to ccc any of my friends — if I have any." he added. "I don't even know how much they cay I'm short." "Over $2000 is the amount Watson declares is missing." "Well, that is too much. They can never prove it was that amount," de clared the ex-deputy. "What did you spend the money on Mr. Stewart?" The yonng fellow hesitated, and then replied: "I can't tell you tonight, but I will say this, it waa neither wine, women nor gambling." To Detective Auble, Stewart made a full confession. He declared that his home expenses had led him to make the first inroads npon the public money. He stated that while hig salary was $90 a month, he wae living at the rate of $180. When he left he had, he told the detective, enough money of his own, to bny a ticket to San Antonio, Texas. In addition do thia he took $020 from the Safe. He told the detective he had only one favor to aaa, and that was tbat he might be sent to San Qnentin, instead of Foleoia. The other sensational part of the story is located in tbe office of Chief of Police Finck of El Paso. When Datective Auble entered Stew art's cell in the jail at El Paeo, he asked him how much money he had lelt. Stewart replied that there was a little over $000 whic'i Chief Finck had taken from him. Auble then saw Finck, who stated that the young defaulter only had $230 on him when searched. The detective then took Finck into Stewart's cell, and again questioned the youth as to the amount of money. Stewart repeated to Chief Finck what he had already told Auble, namely, that he had $000 on him when he handed over hii money to Chief Finck. Finck appeared uncomfortable, and saying "That's all be had," loft the cell in a hurry and only showed up once more, a few minutes before Auble left on the train with his prisoner. A circumstance in regard to the dis appearance of the money is the follow ing fact. Stewart was arrested by Finck on the train and partly searched. The El Paao chief pulled from Stew art's pocket a twenty dollar gold piece and several emaller coins, amounting in all to nearly $30. Stewart's statement in regard to this is corroborated by tbe conductor of the train, who saw the gold taken by Chief Finck and transferred to that gentleman's pocket. None of this money was made over to Auble. or mentioned to him by Chief Finck. Stewart repeated tbe above statements to a HitKAi.D reporter and declared that Chief Finck took ,607.20 from him. All tbat Finck handed to Auble was $230. Where is the remaining $377.20? Chief Glass will do his best to find out. MEMORANDA. Marlborough echool, West Twenty third etreet, select home school for 16 girls. A few day scholars received; pu pils graduated in English, Latin and general course or given athoiough prep aration for college. Special opportuni ties for high school graduates who wish to take up an extended course in litera ture, history or modern languages, or to prepare for foreign travel. Native teach ers in modern languages with five les sons per week, natural method. One hour's work each week in harmony and thorongh base to piano pupils and two lessons a week in chorus singing to the entire school, without extra charge. Mrs. Garden-Macleod, a graduate of South Kensington's art echool will have charge of the art department. For in formation apply at the school any after noon. Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located in the Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi dence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res idence telephone, 1056. Go to Ebinger's restaurant; best French dinner and order house in the city. Everything first-class. Attentive white waiters. No Chinese employed. Don't forget the place, souihweßt corner Third and Spring. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 South Spring etreet. Special attention given to obstetrical caees and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scien tifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5. Telephone 1227. Children's school shoes, the largest stock, the beet wear and the lowest prices at tbe cheapest place on earth for boots and shoes, 118 East First, be tween Main and Los Angeles streets. This week you can buy a beautiful framed photo engraving for 60c at Licit tenberger's art emporium, 107 North Main street. Bring your pictures and get estimate for framing them. First Congregational church, corner of Sixth and Hill. Rev. Dr. White of Vi salia, member of M. E. conference, will preach at 11 a. m., and regular evening service at 7:30 p. m. Woodham & Co., 324 South Spring street, have an elegant new line of furni ture ; something exquisite in all designs. Bedrock prices. See him before pur chasing elsewhere. Mre. A. Mendenhall, hairdressing and manicuring, 107 North Spring street, rooms, 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block. Shampooing done at residence if desired. Shoes at all prices, as low as the low eat, as good as the best; all styles and sizes. Snyder's, 222 S. Spring street. LOS ANGELES HERALPt SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23. 1893. I San Francisco Board of Health, f 1 Royal, the Superior 1 | Baking Powder „ | . We, the members of the Board of Health of the i~ ■d City and County of San Francisco, cordially ap- -fe prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. *$) A) It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of fa. *c the best ingredients, of the highest strength and § f character. In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer or stronger Baking Powder than the Royal. S 2 Jos. R. Davidson, M. D. j| Henry M. Fiske, M. D. & (§• Chas. McQuesten, M. D. Jj] jft T. J. Letournex, M. D.. J§ ' Members San Francisco Board of Health. ja H An absolutely pure Cream of Tartar Powder. § |j All other baking powders contain either alum or ammonia. tf A BEAUTIFUL CUP. The Prizes Offered by the East Side Cyollna Club. That comparatively new bnt thor oughly enterprising organization, the East Side Cycling club, has presented tbe League of American Wheelmen with a $250 challenge cup to be open for com petition under the league's auspices Oc tober 3d, at Agricultural park. The cop is now on exhibition in Bar ker Bros.' store window, and ia a beau tiful specimen of the Silversmith's art. Without the black wooden base it stands 18 inches high, and is in form a capped Grecian urn. From the front ie sus pended a beautifully modeled figure of a woman in flowing drapery, so arranged as to afford a bandle to the cup. The cover is detachable, and is surmounted by a molded figure of a rider with his bicycle beside him. The body of the cup is chased and chiseled in various designs, and presents a moat attractive appearauce. The cup is gold lined, and altogether is a prize tbat will stand as a lasting memorial of the push and enter prize of tne East Side Cycling club. MEMORANDA. The best and moat healthful beverage in the market is tbe world-renowned Pabst beer. It bag no equal. Recog nized to be the beat brewed. The Fabst Brewing company of Milwaukee has taken the first prize in all contests against all competitors. Ask for the Blue Ribbon or Export. Germain Fruit company, sole agents for Southern Cali fornia, 21S, 220 and 222 North Los An geles Btreet. Telephone 12. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at the silversmith's and draw out new spoons, forks, etc. Always open. Basement Timea building. A great reduction of fine tailoring. Only a few ticketa left to tbe bicycle to be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz, tbe Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway. Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly reliable. Prices have been reduced. Take yo.ur prescriptions there to be filled. No. 311 South Spring street. For pure Sonoma, Zinfandel, sweet wines, brandies and whiskies call at E. Fleur'e, 404 406 N. Loa Angeles st. East ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224. Elsinore hot springs and hotel. Full particulars regarding this famoue resort at the Hamman bath, 230 South Main Btreet, Loa Angeles. Adams Bros., dentists, South Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting. The best sets of teeth from (6 to $10. We will eend Advance sewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Los An geles. Call or address 128 South Main street. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon. Office and residence, 126 North Main, new McDonald block; telephone 284. For the choicest kind of meats call on Louis Streuber, 138 N. Main st.; tel. 160. Orders promptly attended to. Dr. K. D. Wise, office 226 South Spring etreet. Office hours from Bto 10 a.m. and 2to 5 p.m. Telephone 346, Senour's floor paint dries bard over night. U. R. Bowers & Sons, agents, 420 South Spring Btreet. Pianos for sale, rent, tuning and re pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los Angeles street. Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors (independent). 5365. spring st.; te1.1029. New styles in suitings; low prices. Joe Poheim, the tailor, 143 S. Spring st. Dr. Wm. Brill has removed bis office to 341>a S. Spring st., over Niles Pease. Banjos, guitars and mandolins at Ex ton & Cist's, 329 South Spring street. Buy the Whitney make of trunk, 344 North main street. Insure with A. C. Golsb, 147 South Broadway. 20 per ct. off on opals, at Campbell's. THE TUDOR DENTAL CO, < DR J. P. TUDOR, Manager. RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER. Klrat Grade, $3.00. Eecond Grade, $B.5l). Third Grade, ¥5.00. l i«»y'--i ul'ii' Cemenl Fillings 500t075c Aluminum Plat's $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extractad for 250. Porcelain Crowns 2.60 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaesthetic dj- Go.'d Crowns 5.00 to 700 sired. no d Fillines From $1.50 up. The administration ot gas a specialty. Silver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 MTAII work guaranteed. THE TUDOR DENTAL CO., *°- 2 %\!&g«', AGAINST J. MARION BROOKS A Move to Oust Htm from tho Demo cratic City CouimUtar. It is understood that a petition has been circulated and a majority of names secured among the members of the Democratic city central committee to call a meeting, which will have as its object the dethronement of J. Marion Brooks as president of the organization. A member of tbe committee said last evening that it was not yet decided whether he will be deposed from mem bership. The informant also said tbat the meet ing of tho committee will be held Mon day morning nt 11 o'clock, at which a lively time is expected. Tbe cause of this action ie said to be Mr. Brooks' action in endorsing tbe de faulting Deputy Street Superintendent Stewart. Miles' Nene and Liver Pllle Aft on a new principal—regulating the lover stoui&ch aud uowcis tnrougn the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' pills speedily cure blliousneis, bid tastes torpid liver, piles, con* stlpatiou. Unequalled for men, women and childr.ii. Smallest, nilldest, sr.rc-t. Fiity doses 25 cent-'. Samples free. C. 11. Uauce, l"7Nortli Sprine. Finest Variety and Cheapest Place in town for fish, game, oysters, etc., Fred llanniman's, Jloil market. 250 envelopes, 50c; '/% im writing paper, 25c Laug-uulur. 214 W. cecond, Hollenbeck hotel SOW BRKROWT. A Iff DEPARTURE KOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID US UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED SPECIALISTS Positirely cure In from thirty to Blxty days all kinds of R U PTU R E VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, PILES aad FIS SURE, FISTUL\, ULCERATIONS, eta, etc, without tbe use ol anile, diawing blood or de tention from business. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE I Can refer interested parties to prominent Los Angeies citizens who have been treated by them. Cute guaranteed. 650 S. MAIN ST., COR. SEVENTH, 3-7 12m LOS ANQELE3, CAL. SUITS to ORDER $3.50 Jt $15.00 4.00 /IA 17.50 4.50 j BIU 20.00 5.00 I BIS 22.50 5.50 IB f 25.00 6.00 \m 27.50 GAEEL \mi TAILOR ** ? V r 413 SOUTH SPRING STREET, JUST BELOW FOURTH ST. 6- ly A GOOD MOVE. Constables Likely to Be Allowed a Deputy. It is stated that the board of super visor* are inclined to allow Constables Richardson and Rogers a deputy each, as it is impossible for the officers to per form their duties alone. What help they have at present is paid out of their paltry salaries of $S3 a month. If any one of the constables leaves the city, which is frequently the caee, no one is left to attend to the actual duties of tbe respective courts. It is asserted that District Attorney Dillon has opposed the allowance of the deputies, but be now feels favorably to the constables' request (or a deputy. Piles! Piles! Itching Plies. Symi'Toms—Uolsturo: lnlen.o Itching and stinging; most at nlgtit; worse by scratching. 11 allowed tn continue tumors form, which often bleed aud ulorrate, becoming very sore. SU'ay.nb's Oihthrnt flops the itching and bleeding, heals ulcera'lon, and in most rases removes the tumors At druggists, or ny mati. ior 50 cents. Dr. Swayne & Son, Phiiadclpnia, Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy'B old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles. CEYLON TEAS. S-TfifS-l. I ■»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ SALE OF || ! p SCHOOL if If LUNCH | |j BASKETS p | KAN-KOO | ♦X Baskets from 20c. to 50c. |$ XX Jnst what yonr children XX I KAN T KOO| || 110 SOUTH SPRING ST. || XX OPP. HOTEL NADEAU. XX ii 4-4 (5m ii » i »♦♦»♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦»♦»>♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦ DOCTOR WHITE'S PRIVATE DISPENSARY, 128 isroiaTu :m:_a_i:ct st LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Kidney and Blad e% st- der Diseases, / Acnteand Chronic Discharges, ft; Organal Weakness Sexnal Indiffer ence of Both Blood and Skin Promptly and Per- mauently Cured DR WHITE is the oldest and most successful Private, Nervous and Chronic Disease Special ist ou the Coast. All Skin and Blood Diseases promptly cured without mercury. Impotency, Somiual Weakness Varicocele, Syphilis, Gon orrhoea, Gleet, Nervous Debility, Kidney and Bladder diseases scientifically treated and per manently cured. No surgical stafT(?) lake Di<"ihods employed. No hired substitutes. The sflllcted may write In striot confidence. Letters answered in plsln envelope. Medicine sent securs from exposure. Address DH WHITE'S DISPENSARY, 12S N. Mala st. New McDonald Block, 0-8 tf Los Angeles, Cal. ESTABLISHED 1880. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, IMPORTER & EXPORTER OF Rine Liquors, Eass Ale, Guinness' Stout, Cordials, Cognac & Fine Wines. I make a specialty of pure liquors especially for family and medicinal use. Wholesale distributor of the following liquors, sold at the lowest market quotations: Duffy's Malt Whiskey, Val Blatz Milwaukee Beer, M*li wood Whiskey, Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale, Old Taylor Whiskey, Guinness' Stout, Londonderry I.iihia Water, Delbeck, Pomniery, Buffalo Lithia Water, Mnnini, Clicquot, White llock Waukesha Water, Monopole aud Apiilliiiaris Water, Perrier Jonet Champagnes, French and Italian Vermouth, Canadian Club Whiskey. Pure California Wi.net put up in casts ready for shipping to all parts of tha east—a suitable present to aend to your friends. Visitors cordially invited to call and inspect the vintages. L quor Dealers and Druggists will find it to their interest to obtain my qaota tions before making purchases. Special attention paid to the Hotel aad Restaurant trade in pure California Clarets, Zinfandel, Sauterne, R.esling, etc. DIRECT IMPORTATIONS. LATEST ARRIVALS EX RAIL. Just received ex ship City of Glasgow, via 500 cases Duffy's Malt Wlitkkey. Ran U'ego, from London. 125 cates Bsss & Co.'s 75 cases Johsnn Huff's Malt Pa.c Ale.plnta aud quarls. and Guinness' Dub- 50 cases Londonderry Llihla Water. ilnMout. *»'esses Buffalo Lithia Water. Ex ship Oliou, via >.ew Orleans 85 cases us- 25 cases B. lien's Stuturne, sorted Cordials Irom I. Cuaenler flls aine St Cle, 25 cases 1 ernod Absimhn. France, louKl.itUK ol Auisetie, Creine de Men- 80 eases Beihesda— half gallons, puts and the, tiursc.o, Creme de Roses, (iremede Moka, quart*. Marlscnlno, Chartrtmssc, Benedictine, etc. 100 obi* Val Blatz MCwaukeo Beet. Also 34 c'res C. 4 w. Stewart's Scotch Whls- 20 cases Jacksou's Kapn Soda, plats and key, tiom Aberdeen, Scotland. quarts. Free delivery to all parts of the city. I will deliver to any part of Southern California one gallon of H. J. W. pure Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, suitable for family use, securely packed, including demijohn, for $4. Address all order* to 124 & 126 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal ff»*~SEE MARKET QUOTATIONS. JKI TELEPHONE 44. 8-10-3 ra DR. H. E. SMALL, President dr. W. A. SMITH. Manager FIRST- 4B^ fir , y J Class work Z£ -£»r^ 0 At moderate prices. ' Se °°^-i> ati(i ' "^*>^4~" We respectfully solicit Investigation of our Bl " V ""^ methods and prices. y • Phono 723 rainless Extracting, Crown and Bridge Work. [7-13 3m] Swa-red Aluminum Plates a specialty -SiGO TO;( - PARTRIDGE, FASHIONABLE TAILOR 213 S. SPRING ST. .. For Snits Elegaut iv Design, Superior iv Finish, I!pBt Workmanship, Perfect Fitting. GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER SUITS. NILEBPEABE WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. | CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETC. WAY DOWN FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS. 337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St. 6 13-3 m SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL. COAL! COAL! COAL! Stock Up For the Winter and Get the Benefit of Summer Prices. HANCOCK BANNING, /els. 36 and 1047. "astf 130 West Soennd strpot. IMPORTING GROCER, 136 1 138 S. Spring 7--2 Sly ■tkh-v' IXL Livery and Boarding Stable jRPH&h^ N GEO. PREUTZ, Prop. SUCCESSOR TO L, WILHELM. 830 B - MA,N STBKKT. TELEPHONE 307. iimW//7/ Special attention in hacks, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses er Go ° d p " ce " Boarding at low tates. Brick stables COMINGSIr THE ONLY ARTIST IN TUB CITY USING THAT MAGIC TOOL, THE AIR BRDSH,* X »"E-SEPIA PORTRAITS. COPIED FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL BITTINO. STUDIO, NO. 221 SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS. jjjMktfOhyg Made for Any Kind ot Illustration. Brtravlng, Etc. 0-1 8 tt NO ONE SHOULD FAIL TO TRY SALINE SULPHUR SYRUP. It Is Prepared Exnressly For Sulphur Baths at Home. IT CONVERTS EVERY BATH TUB INTO A SULPHUR SPRING. CURES RAEUMATISJt JI ou " v *^ B D IT G i Vm UNEXCELLED SULPHUR BAT 118. 9 7 lm GODFREY & MOORE, 108 B. SPRING Sr., AGENTS.