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THE KEPUBL10: SUNDAY. JULY 13, 1902.
JEFFRIES AND FITZSIMMONS ARE MAKING FINAL
PREPARATIONS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE.
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The former champion, -who has designs up
on the championship title.
WltfTTKN KOIt THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC
In n little less than tno weeks from to
day, unless some unforeseen happening
prevents. Jeffries and Fitzslmmons will
meet In San Francisoo to battle for the
heavy-weight championship of the world.
Interest s Incoming -widespread In tha
event, now that the date I drawing near.
and from all Indications there will be a j
miriy representative nouse at the meeting
of the men.
Reports of the work of both candiiates
Indicate that they should be In flr3t-clas
trim when they finally oppase each of-er.
and as they are training within twenty
mllej of one another, they should become
equally acclimatized. From all appear
ances, the bout should result In a hard and
fast battle, even though Fitzsimmon3 has
come out with a statement that he Intend)
to change his plan of campaign from that
followed on his last meeting with Jeffries.
When the men fought at Coney Island
three years ago. ritzslmmon went right
at the big boilermaker. leading repeatedly
for Jcffries's Jaw, and coming constantly
within the sweep of Jeffriea's powerful
arms. Every time that FItz landed Jeffries
got In a counter that shook the Australian
all over, tho effects of his blows being
plainly noticeable from tho start
Effect of Jeffrlen'c Mighty IlloTra.
Swings from the future champion's arm
sent Fltzslmmons's head and entire body
rocking again and again, while Jeffs
straight punches were no less disastrous.
In some cases, especially on the occasions
when FItz was knocked down, the punch
administered by Jeffries was so tremendous
that Fltzsimmons actually rolled over after
striking the floor. Advantage of weight In
Jeffries faor battered down the Cornish
Tnan's guard, and he lost the rhamtiinnohin
as decisively as a holder of the title has
ever relinquished It.
Of course, after the bout. Fltzsimmons
Sad an excuse ready about being drugged,
and told a thrilling tale of how he felt his
head swim after drinking out of the bottle
of water In his corner Now that he Is
Teady to fight for the title again, however,
lie has chanced his tale and admits that
It was his faulty style of campal"n that
was largely responsible for his defeat. He
announces that he will change his style
completely on this occasion.
"No man of less weight than Jeffries can
successfully go to him In the ring with any
hope of victory." Fltzsimmons was once
quoted as saying, and this seems correct.
The champion is so tremendously big and
powerful that the mero sweep of his arms
will carry a lighter man off his feet, and
as Fltzsimmons will be many pounds the
lighter of the two. a get-away stjle of
fighting will. Indeed, be advisable.
Fit. Will re CleTCr Tactics.
From remarks dropped by FItz, It seems
that he Intends to fight Jeffries cleverly
and to play for a knockout punch to the
Jaw. Body punching In Jeffrles's case does
not seem to be very highly thought of by
the former champion. In the first place.
Jeffries has such a tremendous reach that
getting to his stomach would be dangerous
In the extreme, while even If the objective
point was reached the champion's abdo
men and stomach are coated with such a
mass of muscles that It would be much
like attacking a. steel spring mattress.
Comments on the tight from the leading
pugilists all seem to agree that FItz must
get to Jeffrles's Jaw If he Is to win the bat
tle. The Australian himself recognizes the
necessity or this and states that he in
tends to keep away as much as possible
from Jeffrles's lead?. Jumping In with coun
ters and swings to the Jaw whenever possi
ble. He adds that by following out th's
programme, he hopes to outgeneral the
champion and land a decisive blow.
Jeffries has abandoned road work for the
time, and will depart for Oakland to-day.
where be will put the finishing touches to
his work This move was advocated by the
managers of the San Francisco club, who
hope thereby to stir up more Interest In the
fight, and to put the champion In a posi
tion to have his moves more freely chron
icled by the dally press.
Champion in FlnU of Condition.
Accounts of the champion's condition
ctate that his wind Is now in perfect con
dition, and that hi abandonment of road
work is largely due to this fact; that he be
lieves there Is no further necessity for de
velopment of his lung power, as he Is con
fident of his ability to last through twenty-round
or twenty-flve-round fight. Though
tne contest Is scheduled, for the latter fig
ure, the champion Is said to incline to the
Vvoilef that It will not go the limit,
Jeff riw intends to flnlsh out his prepara
tion to -gymnasium work and boxing, .and
ho works his sparring partners overtime
each day At Harbin Springs he boxes sev
eral fannUuTeach day with his brother
SSk and with Hank Griffin, and as they
ore said to be wearing down under the
work. Jeff Is now on the lookout for Wg
Bob Armstrong to help him In his training.
Tho big negro is regarded as a valuable ac
quisition to any training camp, and Jeffries
Is extremely desirous of getting him as a
Australian In Contrary Mood.
Fltzsimmons has declined to go to San
Francisco to complete his work, although
requested to do so by the club management,
and will continue at Skaggs Springs until
a couple of days before the battle. F1U
states that he Is thoroughly satisfied with
his training quarters and that he does nat
see how he will be Improved by changing
them at this date. The fact that he was
asked to do a thing Is sufficient reason for
FItz declining, however, and If the club di
rectors had been crafty In the matter they
would have sent him an earnest request to
tHay away rrom San Francisco until the
date of the battle FItz would then hae
Insisted upon finishing his training In the
heart of the city.
"Soldier" Tom Wilson, who has been
Fltz's sparring partner, will have to return
to military duty In a short time, and this
will leave the Cornlantuan without a suita
ble opponent for his boxing contests. FItz
has not yet given up road work, nor does
he give any Indication that he Intends to do
so. He has taken long runs each day over
the road, paced by George Dawson on
horseback, and his wind Is said to be in
Betting on the contest favors Jeffries
strongly and 1 to 2 against the champion is
taken freely In San Francisco. No other
bets from large cities. Involving any con
siderable sum. have been reported as yet.
although considerable talk has been going
the rounds about wagers likely to be made.
Odds against Fltzsimmons are 9 to 5 and S
to S. It Is thought that the price against
Jeffries may shorten, making him an even
Fltialmmons has sent to Chicago for his
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Who will challenge the w.inner of the Jeffries-Fltzsimmons bout, and who has h:pes cf
regaining the heavy-w eight championship.
gloves and Is having a special pair of five
ounce mitts made for the contest.
Corbett May Xot See KIsht.
James J. Corbett. who has challenged the
winner, and who hopes to battle for the
championehlp In the fall, mav or may not
take the trip West and attend the battle.
Late reports of his intentions indicate that
he will depend upon telegraphic presinta
tion at the ringside, and will merely send
dispatches challenging the victor In the
A really singular state of affairs Is pre-jeni-d
by the pending championship fight.
Here are three men. two cf whom have
held the championship, and have been be
fore the public for the last twelve years as
fighters, both after the title held bv a
lounger man who has not yet found ma
terial to worry him since he became cham
pion. No stronger Indication of the paucity
or first-class heavyweight material In the
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PHILADELPHIA TOMMY BTAN.
Toung Corbctl's former sparring partner, who will fight Jimmy Handler before ths
L Louis Koning Club In the neer future
ring can be civen then the fact that two
rormcr champions, both veil advanced in i
vears as fighters co aro the only opponents
to be found who tan successfully hope to
cope w ith the chumpion.
In any other class In the ring new ma
terial Ls de eloped constantly. But In the
,Ve-..ich TK. .,-" ..l il" " V' I
now before the public that were familiar a
dd? "?? T, .'" ?nt: the Mine np- .
Piles to the middle-weight class, and It Is
to tho lighter classes that the fight-loving
public must look If it expects to find new
material constantly preentlng Itseir The
name of Tommy Ryan In the middle
weight division seems actually antlquateil:
yet. unless Philadelphia Jack O'Brien can
turn the trick, it "s douhtful Ir a man can
be round to beat him at his weight.
One reason ror this scarcity of miteriat
In the hea-ier elates Is probably due to
the greater popularity of the little men for
JAMES J. JCFriUFS.
H-avy-wUht chamln if t-e wrI- ho
wi'I fight Rihert Kwlmmen in San
FranrUcu July ri
mmhrate cl-i-f tmut5 Small men ilzht
fattr and the bouts thrj pu; iij are not
mith exhibitions of punlhm-ut nhen one
man I being worsted a are affonhl in
battle!! between big men. Increased demanl
f.- the naller flghtrrs hap proliablv i-iicJ
thU iltarth of material In Hie heai-.vcisht
Oilier (;ili r hr Itll:;lilc.
St. Io-.uls Tummy Sulllv.ui. who put Alec
tVhfnck down lor th count in their oout
at thf Wet Knd i"Iub lai Tiursday Min
ing. cive- promlre of lieeoming a Hr-trr of
consldciabl merll. Sullivan already ha a
punch that will make hiti lan7rmis tn mv
min of hi Wfieht against vlim ho l
a'lcnel. And with this i!e"irnll- prrTwrty
hl future lu-m bright in a iiugilNilr n
Sjl)l-an still liax much to learn a a
lif.ier. In fact, what he iioe not know In
th's rcrpect would fill a gxvl manv look.
Rut h howi-il much lnoreiiil cl-rrts
over former lKiuts fought here and fi lung
SOME CRACK SPRINTERS ENTERED
FOR SATURDAY'S MOUND CITY STAKE.
Jim .Hark, Lady Stratlnnore, .Mis; (iolighily. Kenihvortli. A. I). Gih
fcon and Gonfalon Will He Soiih- of the Stars in the Event at Delimit-
lark About the Hoist's and Iiates Thov Have Run.
WniTTI: FOR THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC
The Moucd City. JI.8W addel. at six and
a hlf furlongs, will be the stake feature
of the coming week at the new IVlm ir
track. Tils stake will be run next Situr
day. it Is n selling etcnt for 3-year-olds
r.nd upward and closed w.th H nomina
tion. The aggregate value of the ecnt
will bo nearly J2.v).
All the great sprinters of the Western
c rcult are entered in the Mound C ty. Sam
Hildreth has Theory in the &tuke and will
probably ship her down to run Saturday.
Theory Is the Esher-Morrlng Olory mare
than Dan Honig sold to Hildreth two jears
ago. She has a tremendous turn of speed
and can handle any kind of weight.
Pat Gorman, who has been racing at
has a rare turn or speed anj seis raj i-v..- T-ai. nmii,i. t. Mi.i. --
. - ii,. nv nri.- hr-se tlor- I JCKej l-dcle Domlnlck is a desirable ac
; from the post like a quart, horse. t.or ,,, , ,h, r,dIng uient at Deimnr.
man raced Jim Cirk at Delmir last ear , j)aR,niCi; itA the winning Joekeys nt tU:
ana wen several races wiin me uuk
Kenilworth may also be shlppea etown irom
i nicago to start tn tee jiouna iiij ni
1 llworth Is a 4-year-oM brown horse by Sir
J Modree.-lmp. Queen Bes. He Is one of the
I speellcst horses in t-aining In the West
and will tike a lot of beating in tne .iojnu
Cltv. If he starts In the stake. Kenilworth
belongs to W. H. Ketchamon. who nlso has
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Acclaim in the Mound City lmuel's dam
Acclaim. Is a mare by Three Cheers, which
Andy Foster used to race at the old East
St. Louis track. Acclaim wan a sterling per
former. Andy sold her to (5. W. Ix-ihy of
Chicago, after she beat Bay S-, and other
good ones at the Fair Ground".
Neatly every fast sprinter In tralnln-r at
Delmar Is eligible to start In the Mound
City Tom Hayes will send either I-adv
Strathmore or Jordan to the post W. II.
Fizer expects to capture the big end of the
stake w th M!- Goilghtly. This mare was
never In better shape than right nt present.
She won her onl two starts nt Delmar
with consummate case, and there Is no tell
ing Just how good a racing tool she really
W. W Danlen & Co. have A. D. Gibson
in the Mound Cli. This horse won the
Memorial Handicap at the Fair Grounds.
Danlen & Ct. then shipped their horses to
Washington Park. The stable ban not been
dc'ng so well at Chicago and the chances
are that Gibson will be shipped down here
to run In the Mound City. This hors-
ttiw.iyn urp;a3tu nrc lurni in ills riicva tit.
Delmar last season and evidently likes to
run over the new West End track. Abe
Cahn's crack 3-year-cId Terra I'.rma Is In
the Mound City, but will hardly start as
Mr. Cahn Is saving the colt for his fall
stake engagements. E. J. Arnold has his
crack sprinter Peaceful la the Mound City.
Tern Kiley. tho new trilner of the Arnold
string. Is said to be giving Peaceful a spe
cial preparation for the stake. Peaceful
U another horse that likes to run over the
Delmar track. He holds the Delmar track
records fcr six furlongs nnd a mlie. Helen
Print. SchwalLe Kindred Brannigan,
Found. GoMen Age. Federal. Herodlade.
Hainault. Flrurcn and Gonfalon are among
the other well-known speed merchants in
the Mound City.
D?cr Huntfr. who was returned a winner
la a race at De'mar last week. Is a half
brother to the funnai Western Fprinter
Georgle. who held several WestPm track
r-ccrd fcr several years. Gcorle wa by
Hagnarok-Georgle M , while Deer Hunter
Is by Deerslayer-Gecrgl? M. S. J. Charte.
who owns Deer Hunter, also raced Georgl?
when she was at her best. Charles Is a
Captain B C Bimberrv Is no longer han
dl.ng the 3-year-old Red Hook, one of the
igget 3-jear-oIl d lupnointments of the
present racing season. Red Hook beloncn
to Bl Bradlsy. the Chicago pluncer. He
bfiught the colt'last year for fjCOJ. Bradlev
asked Captain Bunberry. who develoivd
Parl Barnes. Bessie Mackln and other
pceil wonders, to train the colt for him.
Bunberry had the colt at Memphis Hst
sprlnjr.apd hbi morning trials before the ri
cjng opened were the most sense,
tlonal reported from Montgomery Park.
The colt could run faster than greased
lightning when worked by himself in th
reo-nlng. but when his ownr trotted him
forth for the mnncv in the afternoon Red
Hook could haidly beat a fat man
Red Hcok was engagod In every big
.-year-old classic to be run In the West Jat
prlng. Captain Bunberry brought the colt
to S'. Ivouls expecting to start him In the
St I-oul Derby if he showed ImDrovemenL
but Instead of getteg better the colt was
luckv to wfn a cheap selling race. Captain
Bunberry then thought It time to get rid
of the horse and shipped him up to Bradley,
who Is racinir TtH-nrfe nnri ther horses on
tr.e Chicago tncks. Captain Bunberry
nln nunberrv Is !
and the rSt of
s hcrrcs. O G
He owns Ir-n '
suecewS f thor.
mm cere wun usiiantrie
his o'.n end O. a. Prke'
Parke is a Wealthv Texan.
Gallantry, one of the most successful thor
ou.hbn-1 stud, w standing In tie Stato j
Svdney Paget, who has ben manager of
William C Whitney's raclns stable for
as he l steadily Improving. hl chances for
making a name for hlmelf ere Increasing.
In hN bout with KMIe McFarland at Ilrook
lyn. III.. JIcFarland punched him nnd Jabbed
him at will until Sullivan a" told to go
In una rush him by Johnny Itegan. wno .
wa- in Tommv"-" cornT A" soon as Suill- J
van ndopteil this plan of campaign. Jk-
Iarlaml went down and out In short or-
As a rontrat to the early part cf the
programme however. Alec Sohenck. who l
fully as cleer a tighter an McFarlund. was
tieil up Into Knot In the tlrt part of t
minute that the lxiut lufleO by Sullivan f
rrlntlng Thl may hae b-eii iluv to the
fatt that he wa afraid of Sullivan: but
the fact remains that the Utter showed con--liliralil
liriirornl celverness In his work
lractlre with Young C-rbett when the
rhampiou was here and with members of
the McKenna stable may have bad some
thing to do with thl.
Jimmy Handler won from Andv Steven
son at the St. I-ouIi Rowinz t'luh Iait
Thurstlnv e-cnlnc In a boJt which affordel
rather an Interesting spectacle In some re--pets.
Handler was much the more pow
erful if the two ami weighed about lt
pounds apparently, as did Stevenson, but
Handler's b'ows were much more effectle
than were the lop-il llghterV.
In the firt round Stevenson"- ngcresve
rufhing tPftlcs s.eemed to liewlldrr Handler
for the early ages of the round, and
Steenon lacker!" were uproarious In
their applause. Handler straightened out In
the elop'ng half the mund. howeer,
and there was little Steenon money In
sight. een after And' coed showing.
For the remainder of the tight. It was
eteer 1, sr work bv Stevenon who srrlnted
, trenuouH atmut the ring, that nreventel
in knokoiit Haniller wa slow and clear
' Iv net at his Irest form but held the local
! fighter safe without effort. I
Philadelphia Tomm Ityan. who Is
s'uprtd over in the city since his tight with
tleorge Block. l to meet Handler ijefore
the St. I-ou's Rowing Club If a bout can be
arranged bv John Wallrapn. Hmller will
hae an advantage In weight even If he
trains down as low as It is possible for him
to co But It l thought that Ran's hu
perlor clevernei.3 will neutralize the ad
vantage In weight.
Surh a bout would afford an Interesting
contest on account or the diversity In Jd
tntages. And as Ryan can make 1C
pounds without effort, it can readily be
seen that he will have to fight hard if he
expect" to bet the bulky Handler. Ryan
ha stated that he Is willing to meet Hand
ler, provided the latter will come down to
a reasonable figure And as the New Jer
sey man seems willing, there are good pros
pects for the tight.
Svracue Tommy Ran. the middle-weight
champion who knocked out Johnny Uor
rrim In three rounds before the National
Srortlnc Club cf London in the Coronation
louts, reaehtd his home in Kansas City
lant Monnat. after returning bj way or
New York and Ch'cago. In an Interview In
New York, immei Intelv after his landlrg.
ltn is quoted as fo'iows.
"I had .t great time, hut gle me Amer
ica. I could not cet onto the'r ways over
there and If 1 had not hpd Jem Mace
with me I would hie felt like taking
the first imat back Of course I expected
tn whip Oortnan but I finished the Job a
little quicker than 1 thought I would I
thlrk Sharkey Is all in. Ruhlln made him
look llk an amateur ?t times and ery
one rcmemt"ers what Jeffries old to the
W'on fe'iow. The came ovr thre Is
bad. !ocau?e there are no boxers who
amount to anthirg. Of course there are
a er few who can make a fa'r showing,
but . s compared with America there Is
nothing oing. I expect to rut in some
bird wotk from now on until the first cf
the cnr ar.il then I mny retire after hav
inc rlcn cveolwdj. who Is deserving In
tri da.-- a trial. Jnrk Root and I are
practlcallv matched for i bout and then
the people will see whether I am looklni
fur easy miner. Aftrr that I w'll mJt
Carter and Gardner, and In fact I have
a bard campaign mapped out "
number of ear. will campaign a string nr
Ms own next seas.n. He hs engaged John
J. McCofferty to train his hore. Paget
has been a heay purchasir at all the big
eir.lng vt'.es thai reason.
John A. Drake Is rapMly gathering to
gether one cf the mest extensile racing -tubl'thicentft
in this country He bouzht
South Trimble and Martin Burke, a pair ef
x-s.ful 3- ear-old? from Bob Baker at Chl
Cigj the other day and twenty hours lai'r
' enit Allnn wrt rt M ei-.Ir -Ynlatt It
is undetstcod that Drake paij M3C00 or IjX
UO for these four horses, favable should
hae won the .Mawocd stakes at Washinx
ton Park last Wednesday. He had a lot of
hard luik in the race end finished third to
Early and Gallant Smith. Kar'v and
Saxable were coupled In the betting, loth
eo.t belorglng to Pat Di'nne t the time
te race wan run. Early Is bv Troubadour
rhe'od-ce hoVsh'by-" ""
i air urounus wnen ne was ontereu to cni-
' caga with the Cook ttatle. He signalized his
dclut tn the saddle at Delmar bv putting
, two winner over the plate, soring on
very next day he landed Censor home In
front at Icng odd. Domlnlck Is a good
bey to get away from the post
The racing at Delmar contlnuesi to be ex
tremely formful and close obiervera cashed
on several good things last week Crime
was one of the best th'ngs of the week.
This filly ran second to Mudlavla the first
time rhe started at Delmar nnd second to
Caelana the second ttme her owner sent her
to tho past. Her third start acted as tho
chatm. Sile won ImpresMvely from a fair
Cell of youngsters Notwlthstnnd'ng the
sptndid form she had displayed in her two
previous Marts, the bookies tall ns good
ns 1 to 1 against her chances the day srt
Weird was another rlpa watermelon for
the form plsvers. This mare l -i stable
companion of Tragedy, wlo won at long
odds the first time she started at the Fair
Grounds. Weird and Tragedy were brought
here; recent.y from Latonla. Weird mad',
her first appearance locally rt De'mar anil
ran well for a hnlf mile In her first race.
The next time she went to the post ths
bockles overlooker her previous rood race
and laid s high as 12 to 1. A lot of wise
phjers batked her at this price and cashed
when she enme home on the hi" Ransom
should have b?en played the e!av he won at
10 to 1. He was a bang-up fourth tn bin
previous out. and had every license In the.
worM to beat the horses he did.
After running a creditable third to Alice
Turner nnd Helen PrlnL Edgardo came
back In his next race nnd walked heme be
rote Menace and Zazel. He went up In the
betting rrom 2 to 1 to 16 to 5 this time. How
the ring could have taken such liberties
with the horse Is a mystery. Fred Hess'g
is still another horse that the boo'ties were
caught out of line on last wek After run
n'ng a strong third to Randizzo and Sam
Lazarus. Fred He'ilg came tack the nexa
day and relied home before a big field of
twelve horses at 3 and 10 to 1 In the betting.
Eva's Darling was the medium of two big
plunges at Delmar and she brot'cht the
money home both timts. Frank Arthur an-'
his crowd backed the mare from 8 to 1
down to D to ; the second time she scored
1 HAULING TRIAL IN KE.VTL'ClvV.
Hnlf Urotber to
Aladdin Worked an
i IS Second.
Lexington. Ky. July li The first j ear
line tried out this jear In Kentucky was
set down for a quarter a,t the association
track here to-day. it being tho half-brotliT
to George C. Bennett's crack Aladdin, the
bay colt Merry Pioneer, by Blazes, dam
Murrytilsp. Ellas Lawrence. He worked a
quarter In StVi seconds, going the first
eighth In twelve seconJs.
Merrj rioneer belongs to Dan O'Brien,
who bought him for COO at the recent Mel
bourne Stud sale in New York, he being one
of the cclta that was In the wreck on the
Long Island Railroad, and sold so cheap on
that account. So far he has shown r.o
signs In his work of being In any way
hurt. This railroad mix up and his per
formance to-daj caused the prediction bj
a dozen horsemen who witnessed It that he
was stake clar. as the track was lutnpj
and slow, having been worked out little
since the recent rains.
O'Brien too, a chance on the colt's sound
ness on account of having owned and raced
Aladdin In his early r-year-old form.
Utner goou wow nere lo-uay was tour
furlongs in 53 seconds by IJ. A. Swl3ert'
ack Hindoo filly. My Queen, who was
breezing all the way: three furlongs In 3$
seconds, by Grater Brothers-. Mr. Doolej-.
Other goou worn nere io-oa- was wur
the ;.year-o.a nrotner to iraunm: a quarier
Marian filly In Z3 seconds, four furlongs
bv Topsy Over, the l-year-oid etauinter ot I
Imp. Top Gallant. In Joe China' "irlnS; la '
CAitld TlilE ,
Weakness and Disease Are Often Made Worse
Through Incompetent, Inexperienced Doctors
If Suffering, Don't Let Expense Stand in the
Way; Seek the Very Best Treatment Obtainable
Remember, There Are No Pockets in a Shroud.
V arieocaie m s days,
Siriciure and Oleei m 10 to 20 days,
Contagious Blood Felson m 30 to 90 days,
and Kervo-iexua! SebiHSy in 30 to 90 days.
We want to talk or write to e-ery sufferer from the above diseases: to any man who
feels that he Is i.ot up to the proper standard cf health and manhood. The Importance or
prompt treatment for the-e mnladies cannot bo too strongly emphasized. They never
cute tnemelves. i.ut, on the contrary, are constantly becoming more aggravated, and ir
neglected will sureiy nre-rk oir health and till your whole future with misery, suffering
and woe Disease s alnay.s aggrav.-ted by improper treatment. There are dishonest
men In all callin. nnd the medical profession proes ne exception to the rule. Stimu
lated by our wondcrfi'l success anil Immense practice, there have sprung up many
mushroom medical concerns In this and surrounding cities within the recent past. Tho
self-styled .pcclnllts at the head of these institutes are heartless, tricky and disreputa
ble; they offer all manner of Inducements to r.llure patients to their offlces; their stay is
cf short duration and they uuall fly by night, for the public soon learns that they aro
imrotors in every sense of the wont Avdil these men; investigate thoroughly before,
taking treatment. The true specialist Is an honest man, who has been fitted and thor
oughly trained in the art of curing special diseases. He will be permanently established,
and It will not require offers or Fr.e Treatment. No Pay Until Cured and other false mis
representations to till his offices with afflicted patients. Wo prefer to have our patients
Investigate our reputation for skill, hemestv nnd success before commencing treatment:
they then have implicit confidence In our ability to cure them. Knowing that we hava
cure 1 thousands of others, they believe we can do as much for them.
We treat all patients personally; jou see r.o substitutes. We understand thoroughly
the diseases which constitute our specialty and ou can depend upon it we will treat
you honestly and falrlj. Just as we would want to be treated If our positions were re
versed. If your health and manhood are clipping away jou cannot afford to delay. Wa
guarrntee a permnnent and lasting euro or fee refunded. Cast aside your modesty. Call
and be examined Free.
"Varicocele Is Nature's Mark on Transgressor?." for Invariably It results iron
abure or tfcoe powers with which It Is the aim of nature to equally endow all mo. Wo
cine Varicocele in five days to stay cured rorcver. and we nre, tho only specialists who
possess the kill to perfect a cure in this time In a. safe, thorough and radical manner,
without causlrg the patient pergonal Inconvenience. Iocs of time or physical suffering.
Our method of cure l entirely painless and devoid of danger: It has been used la over
ten thousand of the mo-t aggravated cases or Varicocele without record of & single
fat ure. Eery trace of weakness and disease disappears as completely as If they had
never exlted. a healthy circulation of blood Is quickly re-established, the wasted organs
regain their normal size, warmth and igor; In fact, jou are strengthened in every way
and soon will possess that confidence, power and sene of well-being which are uso
clited with good health and robust manhood, and which are so necessary to married Ufa
and future happiness. Xot only can we grant you complete freedom from, all the annoy
ing symptoms wMch accompanv this disease, but what Is moro Important, wa can restora
to you the precious ami cmeted powers of manhood In their fullest degree.
"Beware of Imitators anl Impostors, who make allurimr promises of cure, hut who pos-t-ss
no genuine curative ability. If you are afflicted come to our office and learn why
neglected Varicocele is certain to result in total Impotcncy. and how, by our method oC
procedure, we can forever rid you of this deadly complaint. If skeptical we refer you to
re'lab'e business men whom we have cured, nnd will convince) you that we can fulfill
nil our promises. We are treating more caes of Varicocele than any other specialist In
Ameilca. and can gUe you the ery quickest, safest and surest euro known to medical
Stricture and gleet are the two destructive maladies which go hand In hand for evil
In the male genito-urirary system. They never cure themselves, but. on the contrary,
ate ever becoming more aggravated, and if neglected or Improperly treated are certain
to result in Bladder nnd Kidney Complications of a serious nnd fatal nature. The method
of cutting and dilation employed by most physicians Is harsh, unscientific treatment, and
cannot be too strongly condemned, for It Invariably leaves tho patient In a worse condi
tion than before
Our cure for Stricture Is afe. painless and permanent, nnd free from surgery tn any
fo-m. Our treatment, besides possessing wonderful healing and curative power. Is anti
inflammatory, antiseptic and germicidal; and the cure la accomplished without suffering
or petsonnl inconvenl-nce. In a thorough and radical manner. We can promise every sufferer
ftom Stricture aril Gleet lasting freedom from the many distressing symptoms which ac
company these condition. Every obstruction In the urethra, Is forever removed, all dis
charge soon ceasc. Inflammation and sarencss are allajed. the ulcerated canal and blad
der are healed, the prostate gland reduced In size, the sexual system Is Invigorated and a
complete restoration to normal health perfected.
Are jou one of the unfortunates who have made a wrong commencement and fallur
in life? Is your weakened system crying cut for help? You are nervous. Irritable and
despondent; every organ of your body seems deranged: you arc growing weaker and
weaker sexually: your manhood Is on the decline nnd will -oon be lost unles you do
romcthlng fcr yourclf Our long experience has rendered u- thoroughly familiar with all
the causes and effects of Nervo-Sexuat Debility, an.l we have lifted up enough fallen
men to make an armj Our treatment will remove all tho ill effects of vour former follr
stop every loss nnd drain on your vitality. Invigorate the wasted sexual organs, clear ud
the clouded brain: In fact, will strengthen you In every way and quickly restore you to
what nature Intended-a healthy and happy man. with physical, mental and sexual pow
ers complete. Avoid the many cheap, worthless remedies on the market- they are but
temporary stimulant: the treatment wo emplov- contains no Injurious drugs and leaves
no bad after-effects; It builds up gradually and permanently strengthens tho weakened,
Contagious Blood Poison.
Once the virus of Specific Blood ToNon has polluted the blood, it Is Important that
you take Immediate steps to be purged of It. it Ls an Imperious and cruel master- tha
rich and poor alike fall at Its withering touch. If you have sore thros.t. mucous "natches
plmoles. cnpper-col-red spots, sores and ulcers, bone pains, falling hair, or any symDtoms
of this dlreise, n either primary s.condnry or tertiarv stages, come to us and be en
tirely nnd forever rid of It. Our treetment Is a specific In the true sense of the word. It
quickly destroys the virus, clears the skin, purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses and
eradicates .all traces of ne.Lwn frcm the system. Not only are alt traces of the dljwaYe
removed, hut you are freed from all danger of recurrence or tr2nmIsslon- Have v-ouln-tru.led
vour health to Incompetent druggists or pbvslcinn. or relied on pitent medicines
to carrv- jou thrrugli' Doe this pol-on still lutk In your system? Can you afford to
marry, knowing that jou will contaminate your associate and hand down this curs for
generations to come? Consult us at once.
WPITP-0",!' Personal visit Is alwajs preferred, hut If It Ls Impossible for you to
wW-l 1 C call write us in rull description i or your case ns jou understand It. plain
ly slating your sjmptoms. e have pesfected a system of Homo Treatment that haa
proven uniformly successful; thousand are cured by mail who otherwise would bo un
ab'e to take advantage of our expert kilt and wonderful iirce in ,,! .?.".
Ltown ratlents receive our personal attention, and may rest assured that our nr w
f efforts will be put forth In their t-chalf-as much so aslf tfccj- were undcV our lmSdlat-
Consultation and examination
dential. vc uo an oincc practice
9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m.
800 Olive St., 0?p. Post
St. Louis's Leading and Most Successful Specialists.
Dr. Spinnev, the Oil!
Rlpe,.lnJ.,; l-ch in m5?Ic5I S,n,0,vM!'e an1
Chronic. .Nervous. Blood, Skin and the
BLOOD POISON HD SKJH DISEASES.
..,If rrSI..y,.'.,n1.hai ?r " 'nftd by this awful disease, ret helo at
cr"- 22. l vu " ? Yoa '"d In the rreatnt danger to yourwlf ia T
other. Tne p. Is n clim for Ufo unle- rraol ramp&elr 3reuraelt nd to
We can cure IN5 ae In a very nhort time without InlurlBn. Amr,
DR. SPINNEY & CO., S. E.
IWi seconds. All of the latter wilt go to
Klnloch Park. St. Ixuis. within the nest
ten days. Luther Dlckerson' string being
irepatcd for late summer ami fall racing In
the East, were all out and walked and cac
trd. but did no fast work.
Ed Frazler's old gelding. Lonsflo. who
was area and turned out laic eprlns, was
free. All dealings sacredly confi
only, ana you will find us in from
to I p. m.
Office, Si, Louis, Mo.
"kill. The sufferer's friend- Cures aU ,
Special Diseases of Men and Women. j
--w. -nr uioaunds cored.
Cor. Elghlb and Pine. wairi..swn.e.
Si I O.lfo. mfl.
.. .BVW,.. ..- -
Jie.n ? acilI.n tlle other dav and will ba
52,,td. thi,v.fa"- n" now s entirely
sound and his owner Is confident he will be
a good bread winner before the winter sets
in. previous to going wrong last spring;
nis work was as good as any horse trahse'i
ovr the Kentucky Association track this