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Manitowoc City Business Directory
KRUMM, The SHOEMAN 812 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET Christensen & Miller TONORIAL PARLOR O. VOGEL SHOE SHINING STAND Williams llousc Basement We have all that you expect to find in a first class-up-to date drug store tgj $5 F. C. BUERSTATTE Dr. Gebhe DENTIST. Over Staehlc’sStore GEORGE BROS. BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY South Eighth Street. Artistic Photographs A. J. PACKARD strff C. A. GROFFMAN Prescription DRUGGIST DR. REINFRIED MODERN DENTISTRY 206 N. Eighth St J. DIJMPKE The Old Reliable SHOE STORE ROSINSKY & SON FURNITURE AND a UNDERTAKING C.H.TEQEN ARCHITECT Rooms 7 & 8 Metropolitan Block A. C. BECKER Wali Paper, Picture Enlakgino 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. fIcCARTY Confectioner Gasoline IOH North Fixtures Eighth Street A. Vetting M. Klkmkn Palace Steam Laundry Tol. 29-3 Corner Main and Jay Streets H. E. I3AMR, I). O. Osteopathic Treatments Given Rheumatism and Chronic Diseases. Consultation free. Cull; made. Ger man spoken. Honrs—lo to 12, 2t> 5. 7to H. Oyer Schmidtuian's store. Manitowoc. THE NATIONAL BANK. Manitowoc, Wisconsin. CAPITAL SIOO,OOO. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. L. D. MOSKH, I’kicsiiikst, LEAN I)KK CHOATE, Vice-President EKED T. ZENTNEK, Cashier NOTICE TO EARHER-S We are now ready to make contracts for the growing of beans at $2,00 per bushel. M. (J. Madson Seed Cos. Manitowoc, Wis. Fourth of July Excursion Rates Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will !h> sold at low rates to [Kiints on the North-Western system within 200 miles of selling station, July 3 and 4, good returning until July Bth, inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western K’y. rii o 11 ’ braving, I lias. Ml KTfc R. UEK & son] Highest Prices Paid for HIDES AND PELTS DAVIS BROS. HACK LINE Telephone 181-8 Franz, Schmitz & Kadow REAL ESTATE Fire and Accident Insurance. Pianos, Organs, Musical Goods and Sewing Machines. Manitowoc Music Cos. 911 South Bth Street O. A FEHRS ESTABLISHED 1855 Jeweler and Optician LINSTEDT & CO. II FIRST || MORTGAGE || LOANS Green Bay House J. J. BARTELME, Prop. H. J. LARSON & BRO. PLUMBERS Commercial St. 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 utesm. Etc. 816 Washington St. Atlas Bowling Alleys Billiard and Ping Pong Parlor C. E. Wiseman, Prop. SOUTH EIGHTH STREET The F. Sixta & Sons Cos. Wines and High Grade Liquors. C. Llebcnow 6 Son. Jewelers and Engravers Repairing a Specialty. RE STA GRANT Lunches and Meals at |all hours Willard, JU7 S. Bth St. GET YOUB The Pilot PRINTING - ~~ Done at This Office Subscribe for The Manitowoc Pilot ORDER YOUR CAUIN NOW. No liny Pever at Isle Koyule the Cool I ake Breezes anil Minuilulinir Atmosphere Also Alfurtl Substantial Relief Irom Asthma The renowned scenic “Fjords” of Norway compare well with the harbors and buys at the East end of Isle Royalc and tim fishing at Hock Harbor is be yond comparison. The last increasing patronage of health and pleasure seekers at isle Royale usually overtaxes the growing hotel facilities at the Island and it is therefore well to provide for rooms Ic.’g before the summer season opens. Parties applying to us will receive full information as to rates and accomoda tions at the “(Jem Island" of Lake Su l>erior. The Wisconsin Central Railway and connecting Passenger Steamers fur nish most excellent transportation to find from Isle Royale at low tourists rates. . Jas, C. Pond, G. P. A . Milwaukee. * For Sale Steel, tire road wagon with lent ler trimmings, in good condition: hut one year’s wear. Also a single harness in good condition. Terms cheap. In quire at the Pilot Office. SPRINGS A SURPRISE. Jnriffo Speer Inntrncta Federal Grnad Jury In Gears;!* to InventiKate Charges of Peonage. Macon, Ga., June 19.—1n the United States court Thursday Judge Emory Speer, in hh* charge to the federal grand jury, sprung a surprise, lie called attention to the fact that it had been charged that a system of peon age existed in certain parts of the southerndistrict of Georgia. He quoted article 1, paragraph 21, constitution of Georgia, which provides “there shall be no imprisonment for debt,” and that the constitution of the United States provides that neither slavery, nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime, whereof flic party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist in the United States, or any place subject to this purisdlction. He called the attention of the jury to a ease presented to him where an em ploye left an employer and engaged with another, and the first employer and others armed themselves, took the employe while at work, tied him, car ried him back to his former employ er’s place, whipped him, forced him to work, and he is now being held prac tically in servitude. He charged the jury to make diligent inquiry and if it found the statement true it was its duty to return an indictment against the guilty parties. BURNED AT THE STAKE. A Notro Who Murdered n White Girl in Delaware Meet* Terrible Fate at Mob's lluikln. Wilmington, Del., June 29. —George White, the negro who last week Mon day assaulted and murdered Helen Hishop, the 17-year-old daughter of Ilcv, E. A. Bishop, of Brice’s Corner, was burned at the stake shortly after midnight this morning by a mob of 4,000 men. His bony was afterwards riddled w ith bulle.s. lie confessed his guilt as he was tied to the stake. The negro was not taken from the workhouse until after four men had been shot down by the guards and the workhouse H elf nearly wrecked. '1 hL is the first lynching in the state of Delaware since 1805, when a man named Peterson was hanged mar the town of Smyrna. FESTIVAL OF SONG. Liberal Arts IliiildluK at St. I.onl* Thronged with People at SueiiKOrfont Concert. St. Louis, June IS.—One of the greatest festivals of music in the his tory of the country was inaugurated Wednesday night in the Liberal Arts building at the world’s fair grounds, when 15,000 spectators listened to the opening concert of the Thirty-first Na tional Saengerfest, given under the auspices of the North American Snen gerbund. The opening night pro gramme included famous vocal solo ists, a mixed chorus of 0,000 voices, and one of the largest orchestras ever as sembled in America. President In Virginia. Charlottesville, Vn., June 17. President Roosevelt praised Virgin ia's record in statesmanship yester day at the seventy-ninth commence ment of the university of Virginia, founded hy Thomas Jefferson, lie also advised the college men that they must work to make a place and name for themselves if they would he true to their alma mater. The president and Mrs. Roosevelt re ceived an enthusiastic southern wel come. llrldKo Clave Way. Kuu Claire, Wis., June 17. —The ap proach to the Madison street bridge went down under the weight of a big crowd gathered to witness the street carnival. Nearly 200 people were on the approach at the time it fell to the beach below, a distance of 25 feet. Six are badly hurt and two will die. Twenty-five others received serious in juries. IllalliiK Place Dlupoveml, Joliet, ill., June IS. —James W. Wil son, a forger, who disappeared a week ago at the penitentiary and was sup posed hy the officers to be hidden about the prison, w as found Wednesday con cealed ia the drying kiln of -the copper shop inside the walls. He was without food for a week, hut secured drinking water from a reservoir in the yard at night. _ Fallior and Son Perish. Columbus, ()., June 18.—M. J. McMas ters, proprietor of a restaurant at Plain City, a village ia Madison coun ty, lost his life Wednesday morning in an attempt to rescue his 11-yen.r-old son from a burning building, and the boy died later of burns. McMasters rescued his wife and went back after his son, when he was suffocated. Protection from Strike*. Indianapolis, Ind., June 18. An in surance company with a capital of $100,000,0U0 is being formed by the Na tional Association of Manufacturers to protect its members from loss aris ing from strikes. Opened to Settlement. Los Angeles, Cal., June 17. One mil lion acres of government land was thrown open to settlement Tuesday. The land is along the line of the Santa Fe railroad from Nogales to Majave and is all desert. Killed in Porlo llleo. Ban Juan, June 18.- Miss Jean Ankrom, i rmerly of Waynesboro, Pa., the only woman school supervisor in Porto Ulen, was thrown from a car riage in a runaway accident at Ponce and killed. Pool Olllce iloltlicd. llloomlagton, 111., June 20. —The gang of post office safe blowers which lias been operating in central Illinois blew open the safe in the office at Colfax, getting |2OO in cash and S2OO in stamps. DOCTOR SECRIST THE SPECIALIST. Late from the most celebrated hospi tals and clinics of Berlin, Ger many, and Paris, France. Doctor Secrlst will Come to Manitowoc at the HO I EL NN ILLIAMS Tuesday, June 2j. And One Day Only in Every Four Weeks Thereafter. NoPayUntil Cured New' flethod Treatment in All Chronic Diseases. CONSULTATION SACREDLY CONFIDENTIAL. Examination and Advice Free. The doctor s wonderful p. wer of diag nosis, greatest of all gil ts, enables him to determine the causes of obscure and chronic ailments, and to apply remedies which effect certain, speed) and perma nent cures. X RAY examination in appropriate cases upon reasonable notice. HOPE FOR THE AI I I,p TED. Many hundreds of snflVrers 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 lile 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 pedal modi cines and appliances necessary to effect certain cures in the worst rases of Physical Weakness, \ aricocole, Impo tency. Nervous Debility, etc. caused by youthful errors night losses, general dissipation, improper treatment and neglect. The doctor will forfeit foOO where 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 attention, and are always treated suc cessfully, when not too long neglected DELAY IS DANGEROUS— Those who are chronically ailing should lose uo time in consulting a special physician whose reputation for skill is so well and widely known. Special attention given to DISEASES PE( TLIAUTO WOMEN. No unnecessary exposure. No exam ination. No sacrifice of modesty. The doctor does not publish Ids pa tients’ names except with their full con sent and approval. English. French and German spoken. Address, DR. 11. C. SECRIST, Chicago and Milwaukee. Address all mail to the Chicago Office, I~M Calumet Ave. Chicago. Estab lished 1880. Chicago’s Centennial Celebration. The Chicago >V North-Western R’y announces that much interest is being evidenced throughout the west in Chicago’s celebration of the 100th anni versary of that city's settlement in I sort. The celebration will take place from ■September 2tilh to October Ist. next, with a program that includes a series of commemorative events that possess many special features of interest. A great naval display will be a part of the program, together with regattas and the spectacular arrival in canoes, byway of the lake of I'M) Indians, the descendants of tribes formerly occupy ing this site, who v. ill establish a village around a reproduction of old Fort Dear born, on the lake front. Athletic contests, parades, great tire works displays, patriotic meetings and religious services, a grand chorus, mili tary maneuvers by government troops, and on the concluding day a reception to the President of the United States and other distinguished guests, all con tribute to a most elaborate program. Every energy is being employed to make the occiision typical of that spirit that has made Chicago one of the great est cities In the world. Yon feel mean, cross, ugly down in the month, nothing goes right. Bad liver. Better take Rocky Mountain Tea. Drives away the blues, docents F. C. Bnerstatte. DANGER IN OCEAN TRAVEL. There In Not So Mach an Many Timid Travelers Are Wont to Imagine and Worry About. The great ship dynamite plot, late ly exploited at length in the papers, furnished pabulum for all kinds of talk around hotel corridors as else where, says the Pittsburg Dispatch. A Waldorf group, made up of men who had crossed the ocean times innumer able, discussed the attempt to sink t he Umbria from the standpoint of the traveler. “An ocean voyage,” re marked an old broker who confessed that he had Just returned from hl twentieth trip, “Is the one thing for which familiarity does not breed con tempt. Personally I always try to 1> square with my conscience before step ping up the gangplank. Hereafter when I go abroad I will inevitably add a hidden infernal machine to the side of (lie bank against my chances of reaching the other side. It would be a curious study to determine Just what effect the revelation of this plot will have upon ocean travel. In many eases, though the parties afTeeted by the fear would bo the last to own it, it will be the determining cause of their remaining at home. This may sound a little far fetched to those who do not consider the psychologic sit uation. I will give an authentic ease which Is In point, at least, by analogy. Since my own mother was the victim I expect you to take this story at par. We were living In n little w estern town and one day mother ran across n news paper Item about flour milling. The writer remarked that occasionally, though very rarely, a rat or mouse would get into the hopper and bo ground up with the wheat. For weeks thereafter,” continued the broker, solemnly, “mother refused to eat bread, and to her dying day never wholly overcame her aversion to It." As no member of the party seemed competent to follow this took a gen tleman of practical bent took up tlio discussion. “Do you know," ho said, that if that hundred pounds of dyna mite had really exploded In the hold it Is not likely that any grrsi calam ity would have resulted? Admitting that a hole would be blown In the bot tom of the ship, that does not mean that she would sink. Yon know the steamship companies claim that mod ern ocean-going passenger ship arc mi sink able. Tf the Oceanic, the Celtic, the Cedric or any of (he big ones was to be blown In half both parts would float. The water-tight compartment system Is perfected to a point that nothing short of complete dismember ment can wreck them. Why, sonic of these boats are. so long that it la doubt ful if nil the passengers would hear the report when nn Infernal machine of t he type under discussion exploded." This contribution to the lore of peril at sea reminded a third party In (he group of a tale nll hls ow n. "You ne\ t r realize the size of these boats until yon spend a few days alwnrd," be be gan. “Why, I went across with my business partner n month ago and we took (he Ce.drlc. We bored each other to death the first dny out and by tacit mutual consent separated, expecting to sec each other every half hour or so. That was on a Tuesday, and, by fleorgc! d’ye know I didn't see him again until Thursday? We were not trying to dodge each other, either." PHOTOGRAPHS IN CHINATOWN. Celestial* Hear Their Dvn Siiiikk He. produced, mill Kiik-Tliiiii \\ lileli Tin*) Dislike. Persons desirous of unique enter tninm'enls may now surprise tlieir guests by aconcertof Chinese music, it is not expected that such programmes will ever lie popular, for the average civilized American does not enjoy the unearthly, din of brass cymbals and string instruments which appeal as heavenly harmony to the Mongolian ear. In one part of Chicago, Chinese con certs are popular, says ttie Chronicle. That is In Chinatown, where, than.ko to American ingenuity, it is no longer necessary to go to the joss house to hear the music. Chinse vocal and. in strumental selections are now regis tered on. talking machine plates, whose reproduction to the satisfaction of the Chinaman is said to be conclu sive proof of the machine’s power to utter any possible sound. Of all American devices for amuse meat tlio talking machine lias found tlie most favor with (lie Chinaman. Any- evening w hen trade is not too hu.-y in Chinatown nearly every store or ci gar factory will be filled with from ten to a score of Chinamen listening to their Chinese arias and classics as re peated by the machine. One enterprising American, dealer attempted to cultivate a taste for pop ular music among the Celestials, lie furnished several [dates of rag time mimic, bcllevlngthat that was the near est to Chinese melody which civiliza tion could boast. The next day the( bi ne so proprietor to whom lie had sold them returned and demanded his mon ey back with the solemn, comment: “No goee. Mak-co alien sicken. No likoe lag-time.*’ The ('mar Aiiiimik Hl* Sab|ee(m. During the czar’s recent visit to Moscow, tin? populace had an un usual opportunity to sec him at closo quarters. He war. taking a walk, with members of his family, on the wall of the Kremltli. At the Nikolski gate he had the ejholeo of returning or going down into fJio street ami up again to the wall on the other side. He chose the latter alternative, and walked, without military escort, through a dense cmscotirse of his sub- These were wild with jny at seeing the imperial couple among them; many began to sob, and the e/ar himself had tug ru in his eyes.— London News. , t . %Bhsiir toh M i MIL DELAY IS DANGEROUS. Many diseases ai j so ucoeptive that hundreds of persons have them before f- sy even suspect it. They know they are no; well, but are perfectly Ignorant of the deadly fangs which are fastening upon them, and must, sooner or later, certainly destroy them, unless rescued by a skillful hand. AKE VOV AFFI.IVTKO i f Your case may now be perfectly curable, but Hentembey, 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, tyDR. KUTCHIN 18 NO STRANGER IN THIS COUNTY. OR. KUTCHIN, President Maplewood Sanitarium, tlreen l ake, Wli. Ex. 8. P. Surgeon. Late of Sani tarium and Remedy Cos., Colombo*, 0. Specialist in Chronic Diseases. WHAT DR. KUTCHIN DOES 80. Dr. Kutohln makes tho Urst object of his llfo to heal tho af flicted; tho second, to got a well-deserved reputation as a healer of diseases among tho people: tho third. Is to cam a modest com pensation la order to properly care for him self and family. 110 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 tbs part of tho pallet, Ho deals candidly, liberally and honor ably with all alike, taking advantage of none as .o condition or circumstance. Last, but not least, ite omtES after nil methods but his have failed. HE CURES AFTER OTHERS FAIL The Saooessful end Solentifio Treatment of oil Diseases and Weaknesses of Mankind Possible to Obtain. Tho most widely and favorably known specialist In the Unit 1 States. Ills lon* ex perience, remarkable eUlll and universal success In tho large t r plt.ils In the world cn ablos him to treat al! (IIUO.MI, NERVOUS, SKIN and Ill.ftOD upon the iatest ■oientiflojpelnolplos end entitles him to the full oonfldcot of np If IITPUIM nosupeilor indlinosiog and treatli f< rmltlee, UiJi IVUIUniII Medical and Surgical Disease a, Acuu and Chronic Catarrh, Diseases Of tho Byo, Ear, Note, Throat and Lunge, Dyspepsia, Bright's Dl . Di bet i, Kid ney, Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases speedily cured bv treatment that has never failed in thousands of oases that had people meet deattr every year who might have been restored to .■ t. u> .uin had they placed tholr cases In the hands of experts. CHBONIC DISEASES. The Doctor treats n* units disease*. hut makes a specialty of chronic nnd long standing diseases Cases given up by other loot i ana pronounced Incurable, ho most desires to see. EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALf. , Whenever It Is known that Hr. Kntchln Is stopping at a place, crouil anther to con sult him, and it Is not to bo wondered ai when It Is remembered that In diagnosing m disease he never asks a question, but describes the dif ferent and Inclines hotter than the sick can them selves. It In a wonderful ulit for anyone i * possess, and Hr. Kutchlu’ m diagnostic powers nave c reated wonder throng hout tho country. Ile adopt*' 1 the following plan, which Is pe culiar to tho large hospitals and Is not and never has been the practice of country doctors, vl/. : ho carefully notes the symptoms of tho patient, and ascertains the condition of the In ternal organs, all of which ho carefully records In his register for future reference In tuts way he ascertains the true nature of the dis ease and Its cause. When sick people consult him ho readily tells them whether no can cure or help them, or whether they are beyond hope. HIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT Are mild and pleasant; agree perfectly with th most delicate Lady or Child: do not reduce strength; can ho used while at work, ami give the greatest possible benefit In the shortest possible limn. Fallouts can consult him or oommuuloato with him as often as they choose, during tho whole Mine required for tho cure, without regard to whore they may lie, and with out extra charge. Mi us rendering the treatment as successful ana satisfactory as though they were living next door to uch other. Persons tinsUHlfiilly treated bv Ignorant pretenders who keep trilling with them month after month, giving poisonous and Injurious compounds, should call and hoc tho Doctor. NPF.CI A I.TI Eft i Catatrh, Hkln Diseases. Horns. IMm pies, Scrofula. HI ood Taints. KVxemn. Cancer. Files and Diseases of Women Quickly and Permanently Cured by the latest approved treatment as pursued by luadlnr specialists of America and Europe. t i 'nun ami coir< i n|H>nil' , ncp fonflilentlal. Tri attncnl si t.t (’ (5 n. to any port of tin; United States. ('orrespendeneo with Invalids solicited All biters with stamps in closed answered free Call and *o examined and at least learn the cause of your disease, and If It can on cured Tape Worm* removed In from three to live hours without starvation The remedies for the whole course of treatment aro furnished from the Oflloo or at the institute, all at once or by the month. CONSULTATION. EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT THE Williams House, Thursday, June And Kvcry Four Weeks Thereafter. Office hours from 0 a. m to 9 p. rn. BUSINESSLIKE RUSSIA. i llimv (he lliinliickn of (lie I*om( Olllce Is Conducted in the I.uikl ol (lie Ciur, We have learned in the past few years to regard Minister de Witte, of Russia, as one of the greatest finan cial administrators in the world. Vet every hook on Russia gives fresh evl deneu of mismanagement on the part of the government in the details of Un ineaa, says Yuuth*a Companion, Mr. Wirt (terrace's "(ireatcr Russia; the Continental Empire of the World, illustrates the Russian way of doing things by this account of the post office kervloet At the chief post offices in Bt. Petersburg and in Moscow there Is only one clerk selling stumps. He closes his office at tvvvi o’clock. lie cannot, reckon change without a counting hoard. There are about half a dozen branch offices In these capitals, hut stamps are as rare us a postal ord< r in a country store In an American village. At one branch pout office In Mos cow the letter-box was full to over* flowing when Mr. (term re called. Ho took lii letters inside, but the clerk in charge declined to accept them. “Hut the letter-box la full.” “Find a letter-box wliiA la not full." replied the clerk. "That will be difficult.” “Then wait until one Is emptied to morrow." TRAITS OF SIAMESE ANTS. Tlmse Insceta Him l 4'hn motorist lea lllllierln I iiLiumn to (be Scientists. Anew, trait possessed by ants has been discovered by i French traveler In Home of these insects he found on bis journeylngM through Siam. These creatures were small, of a gray color and lived In damp places. They traveled often and in troops which seemed to be under the direction of a commander who rode on "horse back.” M. Meissen, the Frenchman who noticed this peculiarity, was at tracted to these groups by discover* WHAT CR. KUTCHIN DOES NOT DO, He does not fright en people Into doctor ing by holding up a i plea of a epe-edy death I before their eyes. He locs not urge the sick to tako treatment I "hen h f knows them to be Incurable Nei ther does ha by false pretcnf.es bob! the sick under his core I month sftcr month while doing them no good. He does not per suade helpless rn curables to doctor out the last month of their lives, or give up their last dime <-> medicine. Ho docs not take patients under a so called falfa-guarantce pretending to charge only for medicine End taking whatever amount !.<■ ran got. bjeotof his life toextortmon cy from the sick. LATEST DISCOVERIES AND IMPROVEMENTS. Dr. Knfchln has received tho nv -t ap proved Instruction In Analytical uiul Micro scopical Examinations of tho Hi.■!, Urine, etc . which are now ninhilwii Indispensable to o correct diagnosis In many dlsra <v>. There *re many dlaee i ■ in < mn a I fore, seldom prepare I w tl i e • ssery endcoal ly outfit to ex mine < i • it with ( ac cess: such nm , therefor.- u ild d<* well to call utnt.ro un i b-.irn tin it true ndktton, and whether tho doort t 1 lope are yet open, orfor over closed n, ah hi them MANHOOD PERFECTLY RESTORED. Quick, painless and certain cum for Irapo tency. !,ost Manhood. Spernntorrl-o a. Losses, Weakness and Nervous lintJUty, ulho for Pros tatitis, varicocele. and all private disease#, whether from Imprudent habits of youth or sexual excesses In nature vear-, r any cause that debilitates the sexual fun -tl -i>. speedily and pormnnenily cured. Consultation free mid strictly rontl Untlul. A •*< Into cures guaranteed lu cuiuldocni'Od, N • risk incurred. DISEASES OF WOMEN. Such ns has baffled the skill f other phytl clans nnd remedies. Dr. Kntchln quickly cures. Cancers. Tunu rs. I ll r id nnd IVlybolu (irowths cured without the use of *ho knife. No cutting, no pain, no danger. Fret* Fvnmtnntlon of the I’rlne—Each pr|*H' n applying for medical treatment should send or bring 2 to 4 ounces of urine, which will receive a careful chemical and microscopical examination. PILE*. FIHTFLA ANID RECTAL FIiCKKi cured without pain or detention from business. (Syphilis. Oonort-hrn, Gleet, Private Itlood and Nklt. IH nes speedily, com pletely and pornianen ly cured. NEUVOIM IIF.IULITY AND fIEX IT AI. 11l so 1C 141 ICS yield rapidly to hlfl skillful treatment. mg that ouch company contained a large ant that traveled more rapidly than the others. Observing them more closely, he noticed that each large ant always carried a small gray ant upon Its hack, though the re* mulnder of the troops were on foot. This mounted ant would ride out from the line, travel swiftly along thn column from head to rear and ap parently ov. rlook their maneuvers. M. Meissen concluded from what ho saw that this species of ant, while on Its travels. Is under the direction of a commander, though such "ant horses” ns the general rides must he rare and valuable, for he scarcely ever fount! more than one mounted ant in a colony. Hitcher Standard Required. Owing to the determination of the chief of artillery to require a higher standard of expert knowledge on the part of the officer* of the service, numerous artillery lieutenants are offering to exchange jKists with cav alry and Infantry lieutenants. Many civilians recently appointed to the army under the reorganization act arc unfamiliar with the technical re quirements of the artillery service, and are anxious to evade the testa soon to be applied. Penny In ills Bnrtj. An old soldier living in Sugny, in the Ardennes, who was shot In the war of IH7O. afterword had the bullet removed. During an operation which he has just undergone the surgeon found a penny, dated 1*56. deeply hn bodded behind the bullet scar. It was bent, and had evidently been carried by the bullet from the man’s pocket into the flesh. Spunlsli Onions with Sauce. I’eel four Spanish onions and set in a pan with meat broth to cover. Cover and simmer until done, but not so soft as to fall to pieces. Place the onions on a dish, let the liquid in the pun boil away, if there Is too much for gravy, then thicken with one level tablespoon of flour to one cupful, and season with suit and pep per and butter. Pour the gravy around the onions.—Detroit Free Press.