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THE SPECIALIST. Late from the most celebrated hospi tals and clinics of Berlin, Ger many, and Paris. France. New riethod Treatment in All Chronic Diseases. CONSULTATION SACREDLY CONFIDENTIAL. Examination and Advice Free. Doctor Secrist will Come to Manitowoc at the MOTEL WILLIAMS Tuesday, M rch 31 And One Day Only in Every Four * Weeks Thereafter. The doctor s wonderful power of diag nosis, greatest of all gifts, enables him to determine the causes of obscure and chronic ailments, and to apply remedies which effect certain, speedy and perma nent cures. X RAY xamination in appropriate cases upon reasonable notice. , HOPE FOR THE AFFLICTED. Many hundieds of sufferers pronounc ed by other physicians as hopelessly in curable, have been restored to health by Dr. Secrist. Letters of indorsement from many prominent clergymen and hundreds of grateful patients are on tile in ids office. The doctor has devoted much time and attention in the French Hospitals to the study of ALL SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN, and has imported many special medi cines and appliances uecesjarv to effect certain cures in the worst awes of Physical Weakness, Varicocele, Impo tency. Nervous Debility, etc. caused by youthful errors, night losses, general dissipation, improper treatment and neglect. The doctor will forfeit sf.’iOO where a cure is guaranteed and not effected. KIDNEY and BLADDER disease treated by now and eminently success ful methods. CATARRH in all its various forme; positive, prompt and permanent cures always effected. CLUB FEET, cross eyes and all other deformities treated with special care and unfailing success. NERVOUS DISEASES, Epilepsy and diseases of the BLOOD AND SKIN al ways yield to the doctor’s modern nietli ods of treatment. PILES cured permanently without de tentiun from business and without the use of the knife, LUNG TROUBLES receive careful attention, and are always treated suc cessfully, when not too h ug neglected. DELAY IS DANGEROUS Those who are chronically ailing should lose no time in consulting a special physician whose reputation fur skill is so well and widely known. Special attention given to DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN. No unnecessary exposure. No exam ination. No sacrifice of modesty. The doctor does not publish ins pa tients' names except with their full con sent and approval, English, French and German spoken. Address, DR. H. C. SECRIST, Chicago and Milwaukee. Address all mail to Milwaukee Offices, N. E Cor. Wisconsin and E, Water Streets. 2d Floor, over C. M & St. P. R’y City Ticket Offices. Elevater at E. Wc.tei' St. Entrance, opposite Pans) Building. Established IK,SO A Vn n Ishii n k Industry. Whaling is one of the vanished indus tries of Australia. In the thirties and forties it was a very remunerative busi ness. The first settlement in Victoria was made almost 70 years ago by the enterprising Henty Bros., from Sussex, who started a whaling station on the shores of Portland bay. They flour ished there fora considerable time, but the whales were gradually frightened out of Australian waters ami have now to be sought in (tie neighborhood of the south pole. The other day a couple of whale-, entered Portland bay and in terested' some thousands of spectators. No attempt was made (o capture them, as the town of Portland no longer pos sesses appliances for the purpose or contemplates visits from the levia thans of the deep.—London, t hronicle. Scalloped Apples. Pare a dozen apples and slice thin. Butter a dish, pul in a layer of apples, then a layer of sugar, cinnamon, but ter and flour, then another layer of ap ples. etc., until the dish is full. — Bake slowly for one hour.—Good House kenui ny. Money at 5 per ct. ON First Mortgage Security AT JULIUS LINSTEDT & CO. OFFICE i.i SAVINGS BANK BLIIDING. Manitowoc, Wis. FISHTOWN DIALECT. Portion of Philadelphia Where the People Have an imailac Peculiarity. A United States senator from an eastern state, according to the Wash ington Post, tells an amusing story about the residents of the northeast ern section of Philadelphia, known as Fishtown. Many denizens of this famous old location have a dialect strictly their own, and intensely orig inal. Fur instance, many of them in variably sound the letter “V” where the letter “W” should be respected, and vice versa. Once upon a time a public man, who hud been reared there, was presiding at a gathering of Fishtown citizens, when a party of wags, who were present and knew the presiding officer’s peculiarity of dialect, concocted a written sentence and sent it up to the desk to be read us a notice. It was as follows: “Mr. Vinton Vaux, clad in a varie gated velvet vest, of which he was very vain, after voting, took a vine gar laden vessel to the Vine street dock for verification.” Amid shrieks of laughter the inno cent presidingofficer rendered it in this wise: “Mr. Winton Waux, clad in a warie gated west, of which he was werry wain, after woting took a winegai laden wessel to the Wine street dock for werifieation.” X-RAYS FOR CANCER. Great Pronulne of Permanent Care lleld Oat in the Flnnen Discovery. Cancer proper has been generally regarded as hopeless. Having, how ever, used the Finsen ray with good results in a ease of cancer of the skin, I decided in 1900 to prove its results upon the deeper-seated cancer of the breast, writes (leo:ge C. Hopkins In McClure’s. Here, however, entered a difficulty. The Finsen ray has alight penetrative power. The use of the Roentgen, or X-ray, in connection with (he Finsen ray suggested '(self to me. The Roentgen ray has extraor dinary germicidal qualities, but no curative projierties. Therefore, to de stroy the germs I used the X-ray, which broke down the cancerous tis sue and killed the bacteria. Then I used the Finsen tube to heal the open sore which resulted. Under the double radial attack the area of ulceration quickly shrank, and, after several months of treatment, disappeared. That was two years ago; there has been no return of the growth since. Should the apparent cures of cancer prove permanent, we must regard Fin sen’s discovery as the greatest miti gant of human sufferings since the first use of anaesthetics. And, in any ease, the future of the new science is glorious with hope. THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE. Uiatlnelive from the King's Kngllah in )luii) ns We tsc It. “It used to be considered a witti cism to ask a lima whether be spoke I nited Stales,” said uu English uni versity man at the .Lawyers’ club the other day, reports u -New York ex change, “but there is in fact uu American language, distinctive from the king's English, not only in id ioms and in the use of particular words, but in the clipping of words to save time and breath. On this side of the Atlantic one scarcely ever hears T have’ and ‘you are.’ You hurrying Americans say T’ve' ami ‘you’re.’ You shorten up ‘can not’ into ‘can’t,’ and your purest speakers use ‘don’t’ and ‘won’t,’ and it is almost a universal habit among Americans to clip the ‘g’ off words ending in ‘ing.’ Even your profes sors of English fail to sound the ‘e’ in ‘righteous’ and ‘courteous,’ and shorten ‘knowledge’ into ‘knoledge.’ I might recite scores of words that are practically shortened by a syllable in usage, and as usage makes language, you America ns are gradually construct ing a speech that is quite distinct from that form of English which Oxford and Cambridge are preserving with sucli ea re.” MADE STUDY OF HUMPBACKS. Liverpool lluchelor Gathered lafor million iieKnrdiiiK Them from Various Countries. It was an odd fad enjoyed by a wealthy bachelor who died recently in Liverpool, ills heir, on opening his desk, was surprised to find in it a manuscript volume of 2,000 pages, which was entirely devoted to a study of humpbacks. Further investigation showed that for several years this man, who was himself stalwart, tall and athletic, had closely studied this curious subject and had visited various countries for that purpose. According to his manuscript there are more humpbacks in Spain than anywhere else, the number In one small district at the foot of the Sierra Morena amounting to one in every 19 inhabitant*. There are also many in (lie Loire region, in France. From the statistics of all the coun tries of the globe it appears that there is one humpback in every 1,000 persons, which is equivalent to say ing that there are 1,000,000 hump backs in the entire world. The au thor of this manuscript says that the average height of each hump is about eight inches. IIjIdk" I'nder Gloves. According to a well knewn London jeweler, people who want their rings to last well should not wear them un der gloves. The constant friction of the gloves wears the tiny points that hold the stones in place and the result is that the stones fall out unless they are closely looked after. Manitowoc City Business Directory KRUMM, The SHOE MAN 912 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET Christensen & Miller TONSORIAL PARLOR Wl &r se 0. VOGEL SHOE SHINING STAND William* House Basement We have sll that you expect to find in a first class-up-to date drug store F. C. BUERSTATTE Dr. Gebhe DENTIST. Over Staehle’sStore GEORGE BROS. Artistic Photographs A. J. PACKARD gar C. A. GROFFMAN Prescription DRUGGIST DR. REINFRIED MODERN DENTISTRY 206 N. Eighth St. J.DUMPKE The Old Reliable SHOE STOKE ROSINSKY & SON FURNITURE AND fcW. UNDERTAKING C.H.TEQEN ARCHITECT Rooms 7 & 8 Metropolitan Block A. C. BECKER Wall Paper Picture Enlarging Washing-ton Street HEALY & JOYCE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Municipal Court Building C. 6 W. FRAZIER The York Htret Furniture Dealers and Under takers NORTH SIDE The Melendy Studio Manitowoc's Modern Photograph Caller) North Eighth Street THE WM. RAHR SONS COMPANY Brewers and Bottlers of Eine Label Ex port Beer J. C. HcCARTY Confectioner Gasoline IOK North Fixtures Eighth Street A. Vhtino M Ki.kmkn Palace Steam Laundry Tel. 29 1) Corner Main and Jay Streets DEWEY’S NEW RESPONSIBILITY IMelnrr of thr Hero of Manila on ■ Hutton That Wat I*ut to Uood IK. The boy pupils of a down-town school were (studying the history of the wur with S|>aiii, bays the Philadel phia Time*. One boy seemed to have difficulty in remembering the names of some of the American naval com manders who were conspicuous in that trouble. "Here,” the teacher said s finally, go ing to her desk and taking out some souvenir* of the jubilee parade of 1899, “take these buttons home this afternoon, study them over night, and tell me in the morning which Isßchley, which is Dewey and which Sampson.” She handed him the buttons bearing the likenesses of the three command ers, and tiie boy took them and went home. In the morning the teacher called him to her desk and asked him if he knew the name* of the three officers, He produced two buttons saying: “This is Schley, and—”handing out the second—“this is Sampson.” “That’a right; that's right; very good! Of course the third is—where is the third button 1 gave you?" “Please, ma'am,” he replied, "me madder took Dewey anil Hewed him on me fadder’s pants dis morning.” pi nil* DRAYING, U IlUlJi Utlllvl Moving, Etc. R. UEK & SON. Higl eat Prices Paid for HIDES AND PELTS DAVIS BROS. HACK LINE Telephone 131-3 Franz, Schmitz & kadow REAL ESTATE Fire and Accident Insurance. Pianos, Organs, Musical Goods and Sewing - Machines. Manitowoc Music Cos. till South Bth Street Q. A. FEHRS ESTABLISHED 185,1 Jeweler and Optician LINSTEDT & CO. - II FIRST II MORKiAt.Ii || LOANS Green Bay House J. J. BARTELME. Prop. H. J. LARSON & BRO. PLUM B E K S Commercial St. DR. A. J. VITS DENTIST 208 North Bth Street Schultz, The liatter SI2 S. Bth St. Schreihart Brewing Cos. High Grade Bottle Beer. ANDREW KESTLEY CONFECTIONER tcc evtia.ii, Etc. 8I() Washington St. Atlas Bowling Alleys Billiard and Ping Pong Parlor C. E. W< Heimm, Prop. SOUTH EIGHTH STREET The F. Sixta & Sons Cos. Winen and High tirade Liquor**. C. Liebcnow 6 Son. Jewelers and Engravers Repairing a Specialty. Garden, House and Field Seeds sold in hulk at the new store : : : MANITOWOC SEED CO. ‘ll7 Washington Street RESTAURANT Lunches and Meals at all li ou r s Then. Willard, 817 S. Bth St. The Pilot PRINTING Done at This Office FEW GRATE-FIHES IN HOTELS. A Ken 1 11 re That \lwny Mtrncla Hie I’nt roniive <f I: nit I lull ini' n mill I'll II nil 111 II m . A clerk in a unci’ fashionable hold, where nearly till di-1 inguisbed Eng lish visitors nseil t (| gn when they enine to New York, was talking the other night about the falling oft in custom In many ilnwii-tnwn bostel ries, reports the Times. “For many years,” he sliitl. "the down-town ho tels kept up the grate fires, while the more modern hotels up-town abolished the grates and had noth ing but steam heat Ihe Englishman will go every time where he can get a grate fire. Steam radiators are an abomination to him. When the down-town hotel- tmgan to make Improvements and did away with grate fires they made a grand mis take, English and Canadian visitors particularly, when they saw that it was at earn heat or nothing, went to the larger hotels, where they could see more people and get more for their money than in the down-town hotels. Steam heat is, of course, very much more convenient and less ex pensive for the fiotel keeper, but guests object to il for many rea sons, injury to health and noise clanging pipes being the chief causes of complaint.” MORE OVERSHOES WORN. The Number of Persona Who Pat an llukkera in Wet Weather lias Increased. The men who wear overshoes and the men who wear rubber boots are increasing in number. It may have been commonly supposed that there was a decrease instead of an in trease, but the facts show the re verse, says the Chicago Tribune. There are more men and also more women and children now who never go out on winter days without put ting on rubbers or rubber boots than there ever were in the country before. The number of cautious mothers who will not allow their children on the streets without rub bers has increased. The number of men who kick off rubbers when they go into their offices in the morning lias increased. The number of men who pull on rubber boots in the morning and sometimes forget to pull them otf in the evening has in creased. The person who says that the rub ber boot is becoming a thing of the past speaks without reason. These facts are shown by the in crease in the number of factories turning out such products. In 18S0 there were nine factories in the United States. In 1890 there were 11. Now there are 22. In the past ten years the business has increased 100 per cent. The value of the prod ucts of these factories has increased from $9,000,000 in 1880 to $41,000,000. In furnishing the rubbers and riili ber boots to the public these fac tories use $21,000,000 worth of mate rial, and employ nearly 15,000 wage earners. TWINS THE WORLD OVER. In Some t on n ( rim Our In Killed ul In Olliith a Double lllrth la Hi- K'lirded aa I iilioly. The antiquary, when his son an nounced that the old man was now the grandfather of twins, looked al most as disappointed and pained us the father himself, relates the Phil adelphia Record. “John, if we belonged to the Khas ins or Hindustani!, we would kill one of these little strangers, ’’ said the antiquary, smiling faintly. "If we were Ainos, we would kill one,too. The world over, John, twins are re garded as a misfortune. In Africa, that hut wherein twins are born is looked on as unholy. They burn it to the ground. The twins themselves may not mingle with other children; they are compelled to live a wild and lonely life. (In the island of Mali, near Java, the birth of twins in a family means the forced de parture of the family to the sea shore fur six months. They must go to the sea; they must bathe thrice daily; they must say certain prayers. That is the ceremony of puri f’cption. nicy think on Kali Island that purification is needed after the birth of twins. Here in Philadelphia, John,” the antiquary ended, “the punishment of the father of twins is inflicted in the form of sneering jibes, jokes and cuts. I pity you, John, for the next two weeks." KNEW WHAT HE WANTED. Anil (he Ove rxrn liiim Siilrsiiinn Was Uiven In ('oiii-Ini. Way (<> l u ilemliinil us Mueli. This is a tale fold hy the Italtimore News for the benefit of the ovetv.eal ous mil os men and saieswomlen who think they know better than theireus turners what their customers want to buy. A man walked into a haberdash er’s shop and bowed politely to the clerk. “1 should like to look at some black gloves, stitched with white,” said he. "Itlaek gloves, stitched with whiti are not fashionable now," replied the clerk. “I beg your pardon,” said the po life customer. "You evidently mis understood me. I said I should like to look at some black gloves stitched with w bite," "They are no longer fashionable," re iterated the clerk, with impatient su periority. “I find I must apologize again," said the other. "I came in here, thinking it was a haberdashery; I find it is a bu reau of information. I'm sorry to have troubled you with so unimportant a matter, for I really didn't care to know whether the gloves I wanted were stylish or not. Perhaps I can buy a pair of some sort at the place across the street,” and he went out. SAVE g^P^I^CQUPONS FROM PEERLESS STANDARD EXCELSIOR OLD TOM KING BIRD BADGER SMOKING TOBACCO. v SiipiWif M Wi if Ub DELAY IS DANCETtCUS. Many diseases au no ucccptivc that hundreds of persona have :hem befon, . '.yev suspect It. They know they are no; well, but arc perfectly ignoiant of the dec* \j fam which are fnstenlm-’ tipor them, and must, sooner or later, certainly di slro.- thi m, unlw rescued by a skillful hand. AtiF VOV AFFLICT Kit '/ Vour case, m y now I perfectly curable, hut Remember, every moment of neglect Irings you nearer Us li curable stages, when. perhaps, *.ho most skillful physician can render you uo a >..istanc Thu present is ours, the future may bo TOO JLATF. tarDR. KL’TOHIN is no stranger in this county. OR. KUTCHiM, President Maplewood Sanitarium, (iraen l.kr, WU. Ex. 8. P. Surgeon. !.te of Sani tarium ami Remedy Cos., ColumSti i, (>. Specialist In Chronic Diseases, WHAT DR. KUTCHIN DOES 80. Dr. ICutohln makes the Ural object of his life to heal the af flicted; the second, to get a well deserved reputation asa healer of dlsoases among the people; the third, Is to earn a modest eom pensatlon In order to property ears for him self and family lie does all that he agrees to, and oft times more, and when failure does occur It can always bo traced to carelessness, Im prudence, or over work on tbs pai-l of the pallet. Ho deals candidly, liberally and honor ably with all alike, taking advantage of none as ,o condition or circumstance. Last, but not leaat, ns cdhks after all methods hut his have tailed. HE CURES AFTER OTHERS FAIL. The Moftt Saeeeestui end SoientifJe Tpeatn.cnt of all Diseases end Weaknasdei of [Mankind Possible to Obtain. Tho most widely am! known spcolallat In tho Unite 1 St it* h. Hi e lon ex perience, remarkable akill and universal .oicccas In the lard i ’it 1 in tho v. aid en ables him to treat all ((IRONIC, NERVOLs, SKIN and DI.bCD Liw.n the irucat sciontldo principles and entitles him to the full confidence of tin - .illinu • 1 very where. HR IMITPHiM nosupeilorin and tr< U l rmitlee un. ivuiunill Modloal and SutglQAl PIiOMM! Acutoai Chroi 1 .*s of the Eye, Knr. Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspe. da, HrlgLt’s Di . i . In he tea, Kid ney, Llvor, Dladdcr, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases ur*d lv tr ailment that has never faded In thousands of cases that had been prone imc i I ■ yend hope. Many people meet death every year who might have been featured to pt rfc< i health bad they placed their oases In *oo hands of exports. CHRONIC DISEASES. The Doctor treats no unite dbnun, hut make* a specialty of chronic nnd long-standing diseases CuVos givon uy l>y other doctors nml proooanood incurable, bi nioal define to NC EXAMINATIONS IREK TO AM. Whenever It Is known that Dr. Rutrhinb •topping nt u place, crowd# uutlm ro <*■• • nil him. ii..d It Is not to he wn|„|red m when It Is romoiuhorod that In diagnosing h disease ha never ask-* a question. bat describe* the ulf- > feroilt diseases bolter th in the <tl< k ran then)- > salvo*. It Is a w jiidcrl'nl girt for anyone to | nos** is, and Hr. Kinchin' • <llag nottlo p iwcrs Ini vo < r nited wonder throng limit the country. 1 lie adopted tho following plan, which Is pe culiar to tho largo honpltnis. nnd Is n it o nl never has boon tho practice ot oou itry doctors, vl/ : ho carefully note* the symptoms of the patlont, ami ascertains tho condition of the In tern il nrg.ins.nll of whh’'i h-icarefully records In his riir-4t*r for future rcioronco In t ds way h i nscortalris the trim nature of the dls* i ease am! Itv cause. When slcg people consult him ho readily tells them whether no can cure or hnrptliom,or whether they aro boyond hope. IIIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT Aromlhl nod pleasant; agree perfectly with tb moat delicate l<ady or Chlldi do not n 1 strength; < an ho used while at work, ami give the grovle,t possible honellt In the shortest poisl ’ ii ne. Patient* can oonaull bln Of oomiuuoloato with him us often us thoy choose, ibirln : t io whole (lino required for tho cure, without regard to where thoy may be. and with outoxtra charge. dins rendering th.* t reutmont as sue. is if uk a id mil bfaelory as though they wore living in*\t door tocach other IVri>n misUllllni' v troiitoil by Ignorant pretenders who keep li hlliur with them month after nsnith, giving poisonmi* am! Injurb u compounds. should call an I see tin* Doctor ftPEriAV.TIRNa Cai.urli. Skin Diseases. Soros, Pimples,Hcrofulu, lllood Taints, Kc/enm, (’.incor, Pllos ami Dima ho* of Winnn (Jlulekly nnd Per mat ently Cured by tin* latest approved treatment ns pursued by b udlnf •poclolUU of America and Muropo, IJ-f'Tiim 1 * uml coir<'M|Hinitcncfl aonllilenllal. Tr itmeni ■>’ D. r< inv part Oi I thn United stat< s on •usual u>ee with Invalids solicited. A!) I- ■. with .(.iriiju In r closed answered free Cull and Is) examined ami at least lr rn tliee. i. >• o y.mr ills- aao, I ami If It can dc cured Tape Worm* rnmovt'il In from t lir< lo .. . hours without I htir vat lon. Thn remedies for the whole cour.se of truatmont aro fucuLUoii from the I Omco or at the Institute, all at onco or ly thn month. ! CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT THE Williams House, Thursday, Mar. 19th. Every Four Weeks Thereafter Office hours from !♦ h. mi tn !♦ p. ni. THEY BURN ALL LETTERS. Chinn men Inv it rlnbl >’ Cos nun 11 Wrll |UK t<> the h'lnnirs no Moon itm Uenil. in all the (piaiut industries which furnish a livelihood for a corps of workers there is none more worthy of comment than the sailed tnri.ace of Mon War, eluded and supported hy the religious fervor and rever ential sentiment with which the ( hi iiuHe regard their letters and pa pers. In every Chinatown, however small, a building dedicated to Con fucius can he found, and to every a el eyed celestial that building is sacred sacred from the inscription over the door to the blue smokt that curls up and mingles with the f >g, for it is the oven wherein are in cinerated all the letters, newspapers and old hooks of tin* Chinese ipiar says l.eslie’s Weakly. WHAT DR. KUTCHIH COES NOT 00. 1 1 I Dot fright en peopl; intoaoctor mg by holding up a I o-ai fa; edy dc-th m hr' teyes. lie Uh m not urge the sick •• ' in IK; i.t v. ht a ho knows the m to i iraMe N'cl- Ihcr dots ha by false pretei bold the tick ut>der his ta r e mon;h after month ’1.1! . doing them no pood He dors not per suade h< Ip 1 ss m curablea to doctor i ut the lust month of tht ir lives, orgi eup tl Ir lost dune for m, dicltic. lie di e not toko I uudi r a so- Id f Ist guarantee I rt tending to ch. rge i.t y fur medicine nnd i.... ng whatever amount ho can get, i r mtl i the obj ot of his life lot xtoi lmou ll sick. LATEST DISCOVER!! sand IM PRO VEX ENTS. Dr. Rntrlih' has nvelvcd the most op prof cm I Instruction In /1 ulytlcnl am! Micro eooplcal KxKiHlimili.i • < 1 ( t!i<‘ lilood, trim, ole., which ur’ now e tcdtlcr** I ii dispensable to a correct diagnosis In tinny diseases. There n niH n f til common practice do • *, there* fore, seldom pro pan Iw inset ary Andcoflt* ly outfit to ox Mine <. n♦ ( lly. ■ r treat with suc cess; such cases, then • would do well to cull Atoi*oo ui I lean t into condition* and whether the dk • of II i > tupon< rror* over closed a* alt st them. manhood mmm.v restored. Qi.lck. ooliiless and certain euro for Impo tenev, i -l ! i.. mi, Wcaknoftft at for Proe* I tatltls, Varlcocoie. ami ad in\ do diseases, whether from Impi id utb or sesiirl ♦•xroescs in u atn, • year?*. * ri. > y that debilitates I t I net! i peedlly ami pertnmn iit ly rure' < oum.M nl lon free und itrle'ly t onti * v - lutc cures guaranteed In emubh'( No risk Incurred. DISEASES OF WOMEN. flucb ns has bathed t 0 .MI f i!ht physi cians etui romr'llep. Dr. linfehln quickly ourer, Canot • 1 I u I nnd P lybota Orowtht ern I it fho knlfo. NO cutting, no ptiln, no dmget Free Kxiimtnutln *f the I l ine— Each I*4 m appl yb cl' r t:, dl .lin at men t should •end or bring 31 louiiit iof urine, which will receive a careful chemical and microscopical examination. PILES, PIIITI'I.A ANT RECTAL IMHis cured wiu, ut piUn or deumtlon from Ou il near. Ay phi IM*. CAonorrhca. fJlect, Private lllnail mtl N’,li I . . i e >jK;cdlly, com pletely and pcrn. T r y< nr and. NCUVOTX hi I IMTV AND HEX* I'A l Dieoltliri.s veld rapidly to his skillful treatmc t Every scrap of paper upon which a Chinese character lias been written or printed, when its purpose in the business or social world lias been accomplished, is burned in a per fumed blaze and the ashes are dis posed of with reverential care. Viivrl Churoli Services. Religious services held in absolute darkness arc an experiment begun a few weeks ago in London. The pur pose was not novelty or notoriety, but a desire to answer the object ion raised by poorly dressed people against go ing to any place where their shabby clothes made them feel uncomfortable. The experiment was made at St. James’, in Clerketiwell. \ large sheet w us hung across I he eastern end of the church, and upon this the words and music of the hymns, the prayers and responses were throw n by a lime-light lantern.