Nonpareil Hain Dressing Saloon
No. 52 West Side Third Street, just above Pine.
Preston G. Wells takes pleasure in announcing to
the public that he has just completed the most elegant
and tasteful Bath House in the city, just in the rear of
his Fashionable Hair Dressing and Shaving Saloon.
It contains twelve bath rooms—one half supplied with mar-
ble tubs. His cisterns hold 12,000 gallons of water, a quan-
tity sufficient to bathe 240 men, without replenishing. This
will ensure constant clear water to the bathers. His rooms
are all new, sumptuously furnished, well lighted with gas, so
that baths of every temperature and in every mode, may be
had at all hours, day and night. Strangers visiting the city
are invited to call.
Preston G. Wells has just supplied his Hair Dressing
and Shaving Saloon with the most beautiful marble wash
stand in the West, furnishing both hot and cold water to each
basin. He flatters himself, that the generous patronage of
the public has already designated his Saloon as the most taste-
ful and fashionable in the city. The attachment of his elegant
bathing rooms renders his establishment complete, and he in-
vites a continuance of patronage.