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KRUMM, The SHOE MAN 813 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET Christensen & Miller TONSORIAL PARLOR Wi & H nt Ußt> ~ O. VOGEL SHOE SHINING STAND Williams House Basement We have all that you expect to find in a first class-up-to date drug store BUERSTATTE Dr. Gebhe DENTIST. Over Staehle’sStore GEORGEBROS. BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY South Eighth Street. Artistic Photographs A. J, PACKARD ear C. A. GROFFMAN Prescription DRUGGIST DR. REINFRIED MODERN DENTISTRY 206 N- Eighth St. ~T DUMPKE “ The Old Reliable SHOE STORK ROSINSKY & SON FURNITURE MSt. UNDERTAKING C.H.TEGEN ARCHITECT Rooms 7 & 8 Metropolitan Block A. C. BECKER Wall Paper, Picture Enlarging Washington Street HEALY & JOYCE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Municipal Court Building C. 6 W. FRAZIER The York Stret Furniture Dealers and Undertakers NORTH SIDE The Melendy Studio Manitowoc’s Modern Photograph Gallery North Eighth Street THE WM. RAHR SONS COMPANY Brewers and Bottlers of Fine Table Ex port Beer J. C. JTcCARTY Confectioner Gasoline 108 INorth Fixtures Eighth Street A. Vetting M. Klkmk.n Palace Steam Laundry Tel. 29 3 Corner Main and Jay Streets THE FACE AND THE COLLAR. A Stoat Man May Make Himself l.ook Thin by Adopting the Proper Neckwear. Men who do not want to look any fat ter in the face than they can help have an easy means of accomplishing their purpose. Not all of them ore aware of the effect that may be created hy the form of a collar or cravat, says the New York Sun. “The stout man who wants to look as thin as he can,” said the haberdash er’s clerk, “ought to wear a tie of the kind known as the four-in-hand. Pref erably it should be dark in color and drawn tight. That carries down the line of the face and lengthens it to a degree that tends to make the face look thinner. “Another aid to making a man look thin is in the height of his collar. Stout men who want to look thin should wear high collars and closed ones. Any col lar that opens in front makes one look stouter under nearly every circum stance. Such collars are becoming to the thin men. “The fat man should avoid the kind of lie that has a horizontal effect. This will add pounds to his api>earance —in his face at least. “On the contrary, this cross effect will make the thin man look stout. The broad plastron scarfs, as they are m 011 * draying, I lias, dcblei Ear.* R. UEK & SON. Highest 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. Oil South Bth Street Q. A. FEHRS ESTABLISHED IWW Jeweler and Optician LINSTEDT & CO. II FIRST II MORTGAUE 11 LOANS Green Bay House J. J. BARTELME, Prop. H. J. LARSON & BRO. PLUM B E R S Commercial St. j* DR. A. J. VITS DENTIST 208 North Bth Street Schultz, The Hatter 812 S. Bth St. Schreihart Brewing Cos. High Grade Bottle Beer. ANDREW KESTLEY CONFECTIONER Si’cCream, Etc. 8(6 WaStimgtOnSf. Atlas Bowling Alleys Billiard and Ping- Pong Parlor C. E. Weseuiau. Prop. SOUTH EIGHTH STREET The Fv Sixta & Sons Cos. Wines and High Grade Liquors. C. Liebcnow 6 Son. Jewelers and Engravers Repairing a Specialty. Garden, House and Field Seeds sold in bulk at the new store : : : MANITOWOC SEED CO. 017 Washington Street RESTAURANT Lunches and Meals at all hours Theo. Willard,. 817 S. Bth St. GET YOUR The Pilot PRINTING Done at This Office called, have little effect on a man’s looks one way or the other. When he wears them it is the collar that makes the difference. “He should, therefore, see that he wears a high one that does not open, if he wants to look ns thin as possible, whereas if he wants to seem stouter, an open collar will produce that effect for him.” HOW ARROWHEADS WERE MADE IniJiniiM Ilroke Kllnl Hack Into Small Pieces It)' ifentltig and Drop plug on Water. We did not know until to-day how the Indians made the flint arrowheads that are very often found all over the coun try. They had no tools to work with, and the question of how they made them was not answered.. “Alte” Math eney. who was for many years a heap big chief of the Wahoo tribe, says the squaws broke flint roek into small pieces by putting it into the Are. They then selected a suitable piece for an arrowhead, held It. in the fire ti'.l it got hot, then put a drop of wa ter on it, which “chipped off’* a small particle of the flint, and hy this slow and tedious process the squaws shaped the arrowheads, says the Eldorado Re publican. A look at an arrowhead will convince one that this was the process adopted to make them, all they ail have rnnirti uorfiw-.ea. THE BRAINS BLOOD. The Flow of Life Fluid to Head Weighed by Yale Professor. ißtFTentlnir Experiments Conducted by Means of a Hellenic De vice Called a “Muscle lied.” Dr. William G. Anderson, director of the Yale gymnasium, by a series f interesting experiments with device which he culls the “muscle ked” has succeeded in weighing the Aloud which flows to the brain on the increased activity of that organ. So delicately poised is this con trivance that it will indicate at once the flow of blood diverted from other parts of the body when the brain is exercised unduly. The muscle bed consists of a shallow box balanced upon very sharp edges and delicate ly adjusted by compensating weights. Dr. Anderson lias made his experi ments with students in the universi ty, and his results are very inter esting. For example, he has bal anced a student on the bed just be fore the young man lias passed a written examination ami just after, lie found that after the examination tiie center of gravity of the stu dent's body hud changed from one sixteenth of an iueii to two anil u half inches. This was due to the fact that the mental effort of the student had drawn enough blood away from other parts of the body to the brain to put just that much more weight in the brain itself. In some few cases the muscle bed did not show that this extra supply of blood had gone to the brain, or at least had remained there. In eases of congestion of the brain It was found that if the lower ex tremities were exercised the center of gravity would shift so as to show that blood had been drawn from the head to the extremHies. One of Dr. Anderson’s most interesting experi ments was as follows: lie would tell the man on the bed to spell “dog." The balance would remain station ary. Then the student would lie told to multiply 134 by %, and the balance would shift slightly until the student's head was lower than his feet. The center of gravity had moved upward, showing that an un usual simply of blood had gone to the brain there to do the mental calculation ordered by the experi menter. Many interesting results have come out of Dr. Anderson's experiments, lie found, for instance, that exercise, consciously taken, draws more blood to the members exercised than when the subject is unconscious of bis action. Thus exercise taken before a mirror will develop the muscles better than that taken without a mirror. Pleasurable exercises cause the blood to flow to the parts in larger quantities than do mechan ical exercises. Sprinting, instead of causing a larger flow of blood to the legs, in reality presses the blood out of tile large muscles owing to their contraction. Pleasurable thoughts cause the blood to flow freely to the brain. Disagreeable thoughts draw blood from that organ. Put perhaps the most astonishing disclosure revealed by the muscle bed is the fact that merely thinking of exercising a member of the body will draw a large supply of blood to the jKirt so thought of. ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE. Kew and Advanced Medical College Preparing (or It* Work—Dr. Si mon Firmer at Ita Head. Plans of the Rockefeller medical institute at New York for research are rapidly being completed by the board of directors of the new insti tution. Already the chief of staff has been selected in the person of Dr. Simon Flexner, professor of pathology at the University of Pennsylvania. With Dr. William H. Welch, the eminent pathologist of the Johns Hopkins university, Haltlmore, as president of the board, and Dr. Flexner as chief of staff the new institute wall have the services of two of the lead ing pathologists of the United States. Dr. Flexner is a native of Louisville, Ky., and was born in IHCiI. He received his degree of M. I), at the. University of Louisville, and was a post graduate student at the Johns Hopkins university and the Universi ty of Strasburg, Germany. In iHHU he was appointed professor of path ology at the University of Pennsyl vania. PARIS GROWING HUMANE. Tkrnaxh Agitnllor. of Americana, Oovcrumrnt Ti.kn SO|> to Punish Cruel Jrhiia. Americans who *ndt Paris in the summer and whose feelings are har rowed by exhibition* of cruelty to an imals to such an extent that they get into altercations with cruel “jehus.” may derive some satisfaction from the apparent intention of the authorities to enforce the penalties enacted by the Grammont law for cruelty to an imals. Posters have just been placard ed on the walls of Paris calling atten tion to the strict order* issued by tin poliee to see Hint the law is strictly en forced in Paris and the provinces. Tea la Dalmatia. Last year the Austrian government, made the first trials to cultivate ten plants on the coast of Dalmatia, in the districts around the town of S|mlato. These experiments having proven very satisfactory, further trials are to lie l&ad* in the course of this year. DOCTOR SECRIST THE SPECIALIST. Late from the most celebrated hospi tals and clinics of Berlin, Ger many, and Paris. France. No Pay Until Cured Newflethod Treatment in All Chronic Diseases. CONSULTATIONHAUREDLY CONFIDENTIAL. Examination and Advice Free. Doctor Secrist w ill Come to Manitowoc at the HOTEL WILLIAMS Tuesday, March 31 And One Day Only in Every Four Weeks Thereafter. The doctor s wonderful power of diag nosis, greatest of all gilts, 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 examination in appropriate! cases upon reasonable notice. , HOPE POU THE AFFLICTED. Many hundreds of sufferers pronounc ed by other physicians as hopelessly in curable, have been restored to health by Ur. Secrist. Letters of indorsement from many prominent clergymen and hundreds of grateful patients are on tile in his 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 sjiecial medi cines and appliances necessary to effect certain cures in the worst .-uses of Physical Weakness, Varicocele, Impo teucy. Nervous Debility, etc. caused by youthful errors, night losses, general dissipation, improper treatment and neglect. The doctor will forfeit S.MM whore a cure is guaranteed and not effected. KIDNEY and BLADDER disease treated by new and eminently success ful methods. CATARRH in all its various forms; 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 meth ods of treatment. PILES cured permanently without de teution from business and without the use of the knife. LUNG TROUBLES receive careful itteution, ami are always treated suc cessfully, when not too long neglected. DELAY IS DANGEROUB--Those who are chronically ailing should lose no time in consulting a special physician whoso reputation for skill is so well and widely known. Special attention given to DISEASES PEUULIAIt TO WOMEN. No unnecessary exposure. No exam ination. No sacrifice of modesty. The doctor does not publish his pa tients’ names except with their full con sent and approval. English, French and German spoken. Address, DR H. C. SECRIST, Chicago and Milwaukee. 80 and 82 Wisconsin St. Mew 1.01. l Klelil I'omitl, Mueli excitement has been caused at Sydney, N. S. W., by the announce ment of the discovery of gold in Arltnnga, a desolate district in the northern part of South Australia, a thousand miles from Adelaide. Syn dicates are being hurriedly formed and prospectors are flocking to the territory. The South Australian gov ernment has sent an ollieial geologist to make a report. Experts think the discovery important, but doubt the reports that the field is as valuable as that of VV< st Australia. Ilrhlur llnw u lllval. Anew game Is threatening the pop ularity of bridge. It is 14-hand be ziqne, which was invented by Huron (leorge De Kouter, and has just been publicly brought out. A fast and fu rious frenzy over anything like that which has made bridge the one and only game inevitably brings Its own reaction. There is no reason why It should not be followed by a craze for four-handed bezique, though there is not much fear of bridge being sup planted entirely. Money at 5 per ct. ON First Mortgage Security - AT— JULIUS LINSTEDT & CO. omet IN SAVINGS BANK BUI DING. Manitowoc, Wia. FITTED FOR ANY POSITION. Hot Versatile of Men Who Claims to De Possessed of Many Quail flea tio ns. Who, next, of course, to the German emperor, is the most versatile man in the world? We should judge that the American who has recently applied to the United States civil service com mission for a post as draughtsman in the engineer service must, come pretty near deserving the title, says the Lon don Chronicle. Here ishis list of quali fications: Surveyor, draughtsman (topographi cal, architectural and engineering), writer for newspapers and magazines, bridge carpenter, house carpenter, boatbudlder, blacksmith’s, helper, boil er-maker’s helper, farm hand, hunted geese and ducks fur markets photog rapher, lumberman, lecturer, ghoveler on railroad grades, dishwasher, shin gler, cowboy, teamster, cattle shipper, solicitor, cleaned old bricks, wood chopper, worked in sawmills and fac tories, rafted logs, wrote advertising, etc., etc. Cun command salary at more different, kinds of labor than any living man. Immune from malarial fever, mountain fever, lazy fever or any other disease. Expert on matters relating to physical or mental development. At present writing a series, of art idea for a New York magazine. Not afraid of heat or cAld exposure. Not afraid of wild animals, microbes, men, politi cal parties' or work. Can swim any rtiver in the United States. Expert with shotgun, can also shoot rifle. Can en dure fatigue and exposure. Cun handle gangs of men.” NEW ZEALAND M. P.’S. Maori Mrnflirr* of the Present Ar* Vestly Improved Over Tlielr Predecessors. The name of one of the four Maori M. P.’s just elected in New Zealand revives historical reminiscences. He is one Hone Heke. Nearly fio years ago there was a great fighting Maori chief by that name, a fanatical opponent of the Hritish colonization of New Zea land, On one occasion he literally drove the British into the sea, captur ing a fortified settlement and compel ling military and civilians alike to take refuge on ships in the harbor. The British soldiers roughly Anglicized his name into “Johnny Hickey,"and hence arose a legend that he was really an Irishman In the guise of a Maori. The Maori M. P.’s are now a superior and well-educated class, says the I,un don Chronicle. Their predecessors of the fid’s and'7o's were decidedly uncon ventional and primitive in their tastes and habits. It was nothing unusual to see one of them stroll into the house with a section of a shark protruding from his pocket, and judging from the exodus of white members in his vicinity the shark had not recently been caught. As they know only their own language, each sentence of their speeches hud to bo translated by an official inlerprcfer, and this was a dreary business. DRUIDESSES OF PARIS. An Order Cnnuiniril of Women Who March by Moon 11 li I mill Slim In ilm Koroti Purls haw always been a scat of all sorts of curious orders, sects and confraternities, and idolatry is prob ably represented in tbe "(aty of Light." The newest in the line is tbe "Order of Druidesses," founded by a number of ladies, who seem to pur pose the revival of (lie old Celtic mys teries and ceremonies to a remarka ble extent. Tbe movement originated with two I’arisianms who, when they are not wearing the long, flowing white robes of their order, dress in the most ravishing twentieth icntury manner. The Druidesses have also Druids, who accompany them to the forest of Fontainebleau, there to celebrate their rites. At the end of each month Druids, and especially Druidesses, march by moonlight, when there is moonlight through the forest, singing hymns to nature and addressing poetic Invocations to the moon, the rocks, the streams and tha trees. On tbe lust night of Decem ber the Druidesses and their friends went to Fontainebleau forest., there to pinch the mistletoe, or, rather, to bring it down with golden bill-books. ’Hie sacred plant was carefully gath ered, all present singing hymns in its praise. The M.oll.lhii I.llirorj. The Dodleian library at Oxford is just three centuries old. It is tbe largest university library iu tbe wvrld. . .. **^CSAV E THE f mSm coupons * —i M PEERLESS I * STANDARD I P EXCELSIOR I H KING BIRD I I peerless OLD bl^ er m Milwaukee* I SMOKING TOBACCO. I ShqbUljiU of U. DELAY IS DANGEROUS. Many disposes ui jso uoocptlve that hundreds of persons have them before I ty even suspect it. They know they ore no; well, but are-perfectly Ignorant of the deadly fangs which are fastening upor them, and must, sooner or later, certainly destroy them, unless rescued by a skillful hand. AHE VOV AFELICTEIt ? Your case may now bo perfectly curoble, but IletHe.mber, every moment of neglect brings you nearer Its In curable stages, when, perhaps, the most skillful physician can render you uo assistance. The present Is ours, the future may bo TOO LATE • tyOR. KUTCHIN IS NO STRANGER IN THIS COUNTY. President Maplewood Sanitarium, Uroen Ukt, Hl*. Ex. 8. P. Surgeon. Late of Sani tarium and Remedy Cos., Columbaa, 0. Specialist in Chronic Diseases. WHAT DR. KUTCHIN DOES 80. Dr. Kutchln makes the Ur hi object of his life to heal the af flicted; tho second, to got a well-deserved reputation asahoalrr of diseases among tho people; tho third, is to earn a modest com pensation In order to propony oars for him self and family. lie does all that ho agrees to, and oft times more, and when failure does occur It can always bo traced to carelessness, Im prudence, or over work on lh part of the pallet.!. He deals candidly, liberally and honor ably with all alike, taking advantage of none as ,o condition or circumstance. Last, but not leaat, n cuiies after all methods but bis have failed. HE CURES AFTER OTHERS FAIL. Tb IBs** Saoodssful and SoUntlflo Treatment of all Diseases and Weaknesses of Mankind Possible to Obtain. The moat widely ami favorably knows specialist In tho United States. Hla long ex perience, remarkable skill and universal success In tho largest Hospitals In tho world en ables him to treat all CHRONIC, NERVOUS, SKIN and ULftOD Disease* upon tho latest sclonllllc principles and entitles him to tho full confidence of tin. afflicted everywhere. fIR KIITPMIN has no supcilor In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities. Ulli IXUIUIIIII Medical ami Surgical Diseases, Acute ami Chronic Catarrh. Diseases of tho Eye, Ear. Nose. Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia. Bright’s Disease, Diabetes, Kid ney, Llvor. Illadder, Chronic Fomalo and Sexual Diseases speedily cured by treatment that has never failed In thousands of cases that had been pronounced beyond hope. Many people moot death every year who might have been restored to perfect health had they placed tholr cases in too hands of experts. CHRONIC DISEASES. The Doctor treats no acute diseases, hut makes a specialty of chronic nn.l long-standing diseases Cases glvon up by other doctors and pronounced Incurable, bo most desires to see EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALY. Whenever It Is known that Dr. Kutchln Is stopping at a place, crou-tla gafhet to con sult him, and it Is not to he wondered at when It Is remembered that In diagnosing k disease he novr asks a question, but describes the dif ferent diseases bettor than tho sick can them selves. It Is a wonderful gift for anyone to possess, and Dr. Kutchln* • diagnostic powers have created wonder throughout tho country. lie adopted tho following plan, which is pe culiar to the largo hospitals, and Is n H and never has boon Iho practice of country doctors, viz : he carefully notes the symptoms of tho patient, and IMSrtlllll the condition Of the In ternal organs, all of which In* carefully records In ids register for future reference In t .Is way he ascertains the true nature of the dis ease and its eause. When sick peonlo OOllSUlt him ho readily tells them whether no can euro or holt)them,or wlntluv they oro beyond hope. HIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT Arc mild and pleasant! agree perfectly with th* moat delicate Lady or Child; do not reduce strength; can ho used whileal work, and give the greatest possible benefit In tho shortest possible time. Patients can consult him or communicate with him as often as they choose, during the whole time required for the cure, without regard to where they may bo, and with* out extra charge. Muis rendering the treatment as siKvn* iful noil satisfactory ns though they wore living next door lo each other, Persons nn*U IllfeP y treated by Ignorant pretenders who keep trilling with thorn month after month, giving poisonous mid Injurious compounds, should call nod see tho Doctor. MPRrVAr.TIRN Catarrh. Skin Diseases. Pons, Pimples. Scrofula. HloodTaluta.Ectenift. Cancer. Piles and Diseases of Women Quickly and format ently Cured by tho latest approved treatment as pursued by leading specialist* of A morion and Europe. (loses nml cot rcsponilenoe confidential. Treatment sent C O I), to any part ol the United Staten < nrr-HiionAonco with Invalids solicited. All leu. rs with stamps In closed answered free Call and Ixi examined ami at least learn the cause of your disease, ami If It can oe cured Tape Worm* removed In from throe to live hours without starvation. The remedies for the whole course of treatment are furnished from the Office or at the Institute, all at once nr by the month. CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT TNE Williams House, Every Four Weeks j Office liunre from 9 r. in to 9 p. in. HATS OF CORNHUSKS. Style ot llendnenr That Will Hlval the I ostl) I'nniMim the Com- I nit Mummer. Corn husks during the present sea son have been bought up for the pur pose of utilizing them in the manufuc lure of n new style of hut which may become both fashionable and popular next summer, says the Philadelphia Saturday Kvcning I*oat. The material is cheap. In fact, It is! usually wasted. I’roperly cured corn husks are tough and may !• folded without cracking. Dampened, they may he made to assume any desired shape. The process of working corn husks into hats is novel, somewhat intricate, and is protected by patent. It is said that samples already turned out are artistic as well ns light and strong. WHAT OR. KUTCHIN DOES NOT DO. Ho does not fright en people intodoclor- Ing by holding up a pleaof death before then eyes. Ho lots not urge the sick |to take treatment when he knows them to be hicurablo Nei ther does ho by false prctecr.ca bold the sick under hts care month after month while, doing them no goed. He does not per suade hr Ip! .’BB in curables to doctor cut the last month of their lives, or give up thi Ir last dime for medicine. He does not take patients under a so called falsoguarantee pretending to charge only for medicine and taking whatever amount he can get, or make the object of his life toextortmon ey from the sick. LATEST DISCOVERIES AND IMPROVEMENTS. Dr. Kutchln has received the most ap proved instruct lon In Analytical and Micro scopical Examinations of the Blood, Urine, etc., which arc now considered Indispensable to a correct diagnosis In many !uses. There • re many diseases which phy del tins In common .ractlce do not usually treat, and are. there fore, seldom prepared w th necessary and cost ly outfit to examine correctly, or treat with suc cess; such cases, therefore, would do well to call ator.co und learn their true condition, and whether the and nm of I lope ore yet open, or for ever closed a* ah st them. MANHOOD PERFECTLY RESTORED. Quick, painless and certain cure for Impo tency, I.o*l Manhood. Spermatorrhoea, losses, Weakness and Nervous Debility, also for Pros tatitis. Varicocele, and all private diseases, whether from Inipruder t habits of youth or sexur.l excesses In mature years, or any cause that debilitates the sexual functions, speedily and permanently cured Consultation free and strictly confidential. Absolute cures guaranteed In cm able cases. No risk Incurred. DISEASES OF WOMEN. Such has baffled the skill of other physi cians siid remedies. Dr. Kutchln quickly cures, Dancers. Tumors. Fibroid and Polypoid Growths ce.red without the use of *bo knife. No cutting, no pain, no danger. Free Examination of the Vrlne—Each pt applying for medical treatment should scud or bring 2to Aounros of urine, which will receive a careful chemical and microscopical examination. FILE*. FIHTFLA AM/O RECTAL l l.t l.Uv cured without pain or detention from business. AyphllU. Oonorrhea. Gleet, Private lllood and Nklt. Disc it-os speedily, com pletely ami permonon iy cured. NEKVOm DEIIIL.ITY A\D SEX TA U DIMOK DE ACS yield rapidly to blfl skillful treatment. An element which t liters significant ly into the construction of the hat is the natural shape of the husks, which taper in width from base to tip. When split the parts maintain this config uration, ns they parallel the fiber. This tapering of all the parts has been an important feature In the man ufacture of the hat. The brim and top of the hat are formed by a series of layers of corn husks. To Impart a novel appearance, the outer end of some of these layers are pointed. Con siderable ingenuity has been displayed in the entire construction of the hat— even the band is made of corn husks— and it is asserted that the result is graceful and attractive, and that, though it may be constructed econom ically to be sold at popular prices, more expensive brands, requiring ex ceptional skill in the manufacture, will l>e turned out to meet the demand for hats at fancy prices.