Manitowoc City Business Directory
KRUMM, The SHOEMAN
112 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
We have all that yon expect
to find in a first class-up-to
date drag store
0 $1 P. C. BUERSTATTE
DENTIST. Over Staehle’sStore
BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY
South Eighth Street.
A. 1. PACKARD ay
C. A. GROFFMAN
MODERN DENTISTRY 206 N. Eighth St
The Old Reliable SHOE STORE
” ROSINSKY & SON
Rooms 7 & 8 Metropolitan Block
A. C. BECKER
Wall Paper, Picture Enlarging
HEALY & JOYCE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Mnnicipal Court Building
The York Stret Furniture
Dealers and Undertakers
The Melendy Studio
North Eighth Street
THE WM. RAHR SONS COMPANY
Brewers and Bottlers
of Fine Table Ex
J, C. fIcCARTY
Gasoline 108 North
Fixtures Eighth Street
A V mso g. Klmux
Palace Steam Laundry
TtL 19-3 Corner Main and Jay Streets
The Manitowoc Pilot
H. E. BAHR, D. O.
Osteopathic Treatments Given
Rheumatism and Chronic Diseases.
Consultation free. Calls made. Ger
Hours —10 to 12, 2 t.) 5. 7to 8.
Oyer Schiuidtiuau's store. Manitowoc.
THE NATIONAL BANK.
L. D. MOSEH, President,
LEAN JEH CHOATE, Vice-President
FEED T. ZENTNER, Cashier
Farmer’s Institute lor 1903 1904
Any farmer or public-spirited busi
ness man in Wisconsin who wishes to
secure an Institutte for his locality dur
ing the winter season of 1903-1904
should send to ns for a blank petition
and letter of information. Any town,
no matter how small or far from the
railroad, is entitled to an Institute, pro
vided it is located in a farming district
and has a good hall in which a meeting
can be held.
Farmers should talk this matter up
with their neighbors and if the senti
ment seems favorable for an Institute
for their town they should write us at
once for application blank.
Address all communications to.
Geo. McKerrow, Bopt.,
cb m si
R. UEK & SON.
Highest Prices Paid for
HIDES AND PELTS
Franz, Schmitz & Kadow
Fire and Accident Insurance.
Pianos, Organs, Musical Goods
and Sewing Machines.
Manitowoc Music Cos.
I 911 South Bth Street
Q. A. FEHRS
Jeweler and Optician
UNSTEDT & CO.
▼ |l LOANS
Green Bay House
J. J. BARTELME, Prop.
H. J. LARSON & BRO.
DR. A. J. VITS
208 North Bth Street
Schultz, The Hatter
812 S. Bth St.
Schreihart Brewing Cos.
High Grade Bottle Beer.
Ice Cream, Etc.
816 Washington St
Atlas Bowling Alleys
Billiard and Ping Pong Parlor
C. E. Wceeman, Prop.
SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
The F. Sixta & Sons Cos.
Wines and High Grade Liquors.
C. Licbcnow 6 Son.
Jewelers and Engravers
Repairing a Specialty.
Lunches and Meals
at |a. 11 hours
Theo. Willard, 817 S. Bth St.
The Pilot PRINTING
■ *~ Done at
ORDER YOUR CABIN NOW.
No May Fever at Ule Royale the wool l ake
Kreezes and Stimulating Atmaaphara Ala*
Afford Substantial Relief from Asthma.
The renowned scenic “Fjords" of
Norway compare well with the harliors
and bays at the East end of Isle Royale
and the fishing at Rock Harbor is be
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 long
before the summer season opens.
Parties applying to us will receive full
information as to rates and acoomoda
tions at the “Gem Island" of Lake Sn
perior. The Wisconsin Central Railway
and connecting Passenger Steamers fur
nish most excellent tiansjiortation to
and from Isle Royale at low’ tourists
Jah. C. Pond, G. P. A ,
Puts an End to it All.
A grevons wail oftimes comes as a
result of unbearable pair from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache,
Liver Complaint and Constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills
they put an end to it all. They art
gentle hut thorough. Try them. Only
2J5c. Guaranteed by lienr' Hinrich's,
MEMORY OF THE PAST.
BroDKht I p la the IMflleblooo* Iloa.a
bold Create* Anything Bat
“It seems but yesterday since I was
a girl,” sighed Mrs. Pifflebloom, relates
Ally Sloper; “a gay, artless, happy, gid
dy, birdllke glrll"
“It would take a decent-sized ready
reckoner to calculate the number of yes
terdays since you left girlhood behind,"
observed Mr. Pifflebloom, calmly;
“though so far as the ‘birdllke’ part ol
the business goes I have nothing what
ever to say, recollecting as I do the ex
istence of such birds as the crow, the
owl, and the cormorant 1 ”
"Thank you, Pifflebloom,” said Mrs.
P., coldly. "But lam so used to your
brutal sneers and coarse insults that
they fall from me like water from a
duck’s back. At the same time lam not
aware that there Is anything criminal
in the mere fact of my referring to my
"Nothing whatever, my love,” re
turned Pifflebloom, easily. "Let me, lu-
Ifeod, if such a thing be possible, en
deavor to indorse your recollections of
that delightful period.”
He stretched himself luxuriously in
his chair, inhaled a whiff or two of in
spiration from his well-filled pipe, and
continued In an agreeable monotone:
“From the age of ten to 14, If the word
of your mother Is to be relied on, you
quarreled with every girl In your school,
and left without possessing a single
friend or companion, though enjoying
the hatred of all. During that epoch,
you likewise, according to the same au
thority, suffered from mumps and tooth
ache something like twice a week, al
ternating such periods of pain with a
chronic cold in the head. From 14 to 16
you cultivated warts, principally upon
your hands, and made your feet
wretched by wearing boots several sizes
too small, and the household miserable
by the peevishness and sulkiness of your
temper. It was then that I unfortu
nately came to lodge with your revered
parent, a widow with no Income. The
housekeeping of the establishment was
not conducted upon an extravagant
scale. I believe I am right In staling
that the liver and bacon once a month
was something to be looked forward to,
and a bit of Dutch cheese for supper a
luxury not to be despised. You never—
according to your own oft-sworn state
ment-had a rag to go out In, and a
Punch and Judy or a street organ oppo
site the window was the only amuse
ment you knew. And yet,” he went on,
pausing between each word to eject
spirals of smoke from his pursed-up
I—was besotted ldiot—enough—to
“Boast!” ejaculated Mrs. Pifflebloom,
sweeping haughtily from the room;
while through the fragile party-wall di
viding the villa from its left-hand
neighbor there filtered, distinctly audi
ble, the sweet, sad notes of an old-time
melody, played by faltering fingers upon
a cracked piano—“ Always the same,
Darby my own, Always the same to your
old wife Joan!”
WOMEN AND BILLIARDS.
Many P.iperl Player* Among Mem
ber* of the Fair Sti Espe
cially in France.
“Of late years the game of billiards
has been growing in popularity among
members of the fair sex, and scores of
women have become experts with the
cue," said a well-known club man to
a Washington Star reporter. "Many
well-to-do people have their own pri
vate billiard-rooms at their homes, and
these give the women of the house
hold and their friends a chance to in
dulge in the invigorating sport freely.
"In France a gentleman is not,
ashamed to take his wife to see a
profesflonal billiard game. French
women are good billiard players, and
like to see all the fancy shots made
by professionals as soon as they be
gin to attract attention. They read
the billiard news in the daily papers,
and subscribe for journals published
especially for billiardists.
"There are many expert women bil
liard players in the large cities of the
United States, but they are never seen
at the professional matches, and sel
dom at the amateur contests. At the
Hanover club, in Brooklyn, and at the
Liederkranz, women are Invited and
encouraged to see the contests of na
tional clubs. This is a move in the
right direction. In the old Windsor
hotel, New York, %vhere the billiard
room was right off the corridor, Patti
used to stand at the entrance, and
watch the play for a few moments be
fore going to her room. She never
would accept a seat Inside, because
some men who had more money than
manners used to stand in groups and
stare at her. Mrs. George Gould is a
capital billiard player. So are Mrs.
Almerlc Paget, Mrs. Burke Roche, Mrs.
Edwin Gould and a number of other
society women. Lillian Russell can
play almosi as well as a professional.
She takec to the game as a part of
her daily exercise to trim down her
weight and keep in good condition.
"The efficacy of billiards as a health
restorer is beyond dispute. The mo
tions gone through with reach every
part of the body, and operate on the
entire system. They completely dis
pel languor and that tired feeling. The
muscles are exercised and the blood
sent in swifter circulation through the
A Dig Pee.
A Pittsburg doctor has received a fee
of J 34.000 for treating a man who died
He will never need to take anything
for his nerve.—Chicago Record-Herald.
South Afrlim'i Higgrtl Building.
The new nine-story building being
built In Johannesburg will be the big
gest establishment of 1U kind la South
liate from the most celebrated hospi
tals and clinics of Berlin, Ger
many, and Paris, France.
Doctor Secrlst will Come to
Manitowoc at the HOTEL WILLIAMS
Wednesday, Aug. 26.
And One Day Only in Every Four
No Pay Until
New riethod Treatment in
All Chronic Diseases.
Examination and Advice Free.
The doctor a wonderful power of diag
nosis, greatest of all gilts, enables mm
to determine the causes of obscure and
chronic ailments, and to apply remedies
which effect certain, speedy and perma
A. HAY examination in appropriate
cases upon reasonable notice.
HOPE FOR THE AFFLICTED.
Many hundreds of sufferers pronounc
ed by other physicians as hopelessly in
curable, have been restored to health by
Letters of indorsement from many
prominent clergymen and hundreds of
grateful patients are on tile in his office.
Tiie 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 necessary to effect
certain cures iu the worst uses of
Physical Weakness. Varicocele, hnpo
teucy. Nervous Debility, etc.
caused by youthful errors, night losses,
general dissipation, improper treatment
The doctor will forfeit ijAOO where a
cure is guaranteed and not effected.
KIDNEY and BLADDER disease
treated by new and eminently success
CATARRH in all its various forms;
positive, prompt and permanent cures
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 y icid to the doctor's modern meth
ods of treatment.
PILES cured permanently without de
tent ion from business and without the
rise 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
no time in consulting a special physician
whose reputation for skill is so well and
Special attention given to
DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN.
No unnecessary exposure. No exam
ination. No sacrifice of modesty.
The doctor does not publish nis p,.
Hen Is' 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 the Chicago < Iffice,
4714 Calumet Ave. Chicago. Estab
Shorter Day Service from flarquette
Oreen Bay and Ashland to Mil
waukee and Chicago
Via the North Western Line. The time
of train No. It! has iieen materially
shortened, leaving I- hpeming a. in.
Negaunee !):K) a. in., thirty minutes
later (connecting with train leaving
Marquette K ltO a. in . instead of n .OO a,
m. I, leaving Escanaba 11:00 a. in ,
Green Hay d.30 p. in., Fond du Lac .VHO
p. in., arriving Milwaukee B;B5 p. in.,
ten minutes earlier than at present
leaving Milwaukee 7 tk) p. m., arriving
Chi ago 0:00 p. in instead of p. in.
This train leaves Manitowoc at 4:10 p.
m., daily. For further particulars up
ply to Agents Chicago & North West
ern It y.
Mr. Chan. Theobald, an electrician
with the Lincoln Light ami Power Cos.
Lincoln, 111 , says I am occasionally
Iron bled with severe headaches, the rc
milt of constipation and have at oumer
ons times used lie (io Tonic laxative
Syrup, which I think is most satisfac
tory in its results of any medicine. It
moves the bowels na;nrally and prompt
ly, without pain or griping, and cer
tainly cnres the headaches canned b>
constipation. We always give it to onr
children to regulate any bowel troub
les." Bold by Henry Heurichs.
THE HYPERCRITICAL LOVER
Te Particular About His Dear One'*
Grammar, mmd Got Hia
“Darling," be said, softly, and at
the same time with a certain degree
of firmness, “I enjoyed your letters
greatly while I was away."
“Oh, did you George!” cried the
beautiful girl, her eyes glowing with
pleasure, writes Elliott Flower, In the
“Yes, Ethel, 1 did,” he said, “de
•pite the fact that I could hardly ap
prove of some of the phrases you
“Oh. I know I can't write well,
George," she saH, penitently, while
she toyed with his silken mustache,
"but you know what I meant."
"Yes, I know what you meant,” he
said, patronizingly, “but It was never
theless open to misconstruction, and
one cannot be too careful. I am some
what of a stickler In that line, you
know. Now in your last letter you be
gan ‘My Dearest Darling.’ ”
“Oh, George!” and the beautiful
girl tried to hide her blushes in hia
“Tut, tut," he aald. "Don't be fool
ish! That would indicate, you see,
that you had several other darlings.
Of course, It gives me the preference
as being the dearest, but then it does
n't look right for a girl to have too
many darlings. One ought to be suf
ficient, especially when she is engaged.”
“Why, George!” She had her head
off his shoulder now.
"O, of course, 1 know what you
mean,” he went on In his superior way,
"but one might as well be correct
Now In another letter you called me
your ‘ownle own.’ That doesn’t make
sense. ‘Ownie own' conveys no more
meaning than ‘own.’ ”
"George!" There was a menace in
her tone, but he was too busy with his
little lesson to notice It.
“Another time,” he began
“Never mind the other time,” ehe
"Why, my dear, I was only giving
you a little Instruction in the use o)
"Oh, yes; my use of language doesn’t
suit.” The beautiful girl was a trifle
“But i’ll Improve—l’ll do bolter 1
suppose If I called a man Mr Jones II
would indicate that there were other
Joneses who were not to be called
“Cm-well, yes. And If I ever mecf
another man named Jones, George
Marion Jones, I’ll take pains to call
him Mr. Jones. Good-night.”
As George Marlon Jones walked
slowly home he resolved never again
lo find fault with the wording of >
love letter. The next feminine heart
he captures can roam at will In oi
out of the dictionary and the grammar.
SHARP TRICKS OF THIEVES.
Tno lun(an<*a Which llluatrnlu lb
i;ill<ac> <>f ClicrU mid
Several years ago a "gentleman"
alighted from a well-appointed brough
am at the door of u London silver
smith's shop and purchased a consider
able quantity of plate, in payment ol
Which he tendered a £IOO note, relates
the Baltimore Sun He carried the plate
away with him In the brougham and
shortly afterward a "policeman” called
at the shop to say that he had heard ol
the purchase and to Inform the silver
smith tliat the note tendered In pay
ment was a bad one. He was glad to
add, however, that the thief had I een
apprehended and requested him to at
tend at the police station at a certain
hour In the afternoon to Identify the
prisoner. He told the silversmith that
It would be necessary for him to give up
the bad note to facilitate the prelimi
nary inquiries, and this the latter Hid,
obtaining a formal receipt. On going
to the police station the unfortunate
shopkeeper found that he had been
hoaxed. The "gentleman” and the "po
liceman” were both members of tli•
light-fingered fraternity and the note
was a good one.
Two ladies on entering a house In
Belgravia to attend an afternon party
were accosted by a well-dressed gentle
man, who said: "I presume you are
going to Lady C.'s,” and they went Id
together. Although the lady of the
house did not recognize the gentleman,
she concluded that he had been fully
Invited, as he accompanied her friends.
After a handsome silver service had
been placed on the table the hostess
was called out of the room for a few
minutes, and during her absence the
gentleman said to the company: "I’ll
play a trick on my aunt,” and at the
same time proceeded to fill his pockets
with silver spoons, cream Jug, sugar
basin, etc., and hastily left the apart
ment. Shortly afterward Lady C
returned and said, with some surprise,
"I thought the servant had brought In
all the lea service.” "Yes,” replied one
of the two ladles, "but your nephew
said he would play a trick on you and
carried off most of the articles.” "My
nephew!” exclaimed her ladyship. "I
have no nephew In the worffl I rflought
the gentleman was a friend of yours.”
The famous Bearies mansion at Great
Barrington Mass , Is the show place of
the town and Is open to visitors. Mayor
l*ow went to Great Barrington for a rest
after his election In 1001. With a party
of friends he visited the bearles man
sion. In one of the rooms there lay ou
the floor an Immsass tiger skin As
hood as the mayor caught sight of it
he walked over it from head to tall three
or four times
"Why do you do that, Mr. Mayor?"
one of his friends asked.
"Be cause 1 have earned the right to
trample on th# skin of the tiger,” Mayor
Low replied.- N. V. Bua.
%esiis it? MM of ML
DELAY IS DANGEROUS.
Many diseases m j so ueceptive that hundred'! of persons hare them before f'.ey erea
suspect It. They know they are no; well, but are perfectly Ignorant of tbe deadly fangs
which are fastening upon them, and must sooner or later, certainly destroy them, unless
rescued by a skillful hand. ARE VOV A FELECTED f Your case may now be
perfectly curable, hut Remember, every moment of neglect brings you nearer Its In
curable Stases, when, perhaps, the most skillful physician can render you uo assistance.
The i resent is ours, the future may be TOO LATE.
|yDR. KUTCHIN IS NO STRANGER IN THIS COUNTY.
President Maplewood Sanitarium, (,rcn 1 ike.
Hie. Ei. 8. P. Burgeon. Tele of Seal
tarlura end Remedy Cos., Culamboe, 0.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases.
WHAT DR. KUTCHIN
Dr. Kutohln makes
the llrsl object of his
life to hca! the af
flicted, tbe second, to
get a well-deserved
reputation as a healer
of diseases among the
people; the third, Is
to earn a modes' com
pensation In order to
propony care for him
self and family.
Uo docs all that h 9
agrees to, and oft
tlraes more, and when
failure docs occur It
can always be traced
to carelessness, Im
prudence, or over
work on tb" pan of
Ho deals candidly,
liberally and honor
ably with all alike,
taking advantage of
none us .o condition
Last, but not least,
nr cnitES after all
methods but his have
HE CURES AFTER OTHERS FAIL.
The |3it Successful and Scientific ‘fpiitmint of all OiMtss Dd
Weaknesses of Mankind Possible to Obtain.
TLo most widely ami far drably known specialist In the United States. His lon* ex
perience, remarkable bUill and universal success in too largest m-sultals In tbo world en
ables blin to treat all i IIROMf, NERVOUS, SKIN and Hl,bon Disrate** upon tbo latest
scion tide, principles and entitles him to the full confidence of the afflicted everywhere.
DO IMITPM M haa no HU|wlor In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformltics.
Ulli iXUlUliill Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases
of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Bright’s Disease, Diabetes, Kid
ney. Liver, Bladder, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases speedily cured by treatment
that has never faded lu thousands of cases that hid been pronounced beyond hope. Many
people moot deatn every year who might bj.ve been restored to perfect healtn had they
placed their oases lu taa hands of experts.
The Doctor ire its no acute (Harases. hut
makes a specialty of chronic and long-standing
diseases U'.isusglven up by other doctors and
pronounce. l lucurabto. ho must desires to see
KXtJimnoNs niKK to ali.
Whenever It Is known that Dr, liutrhln Is I
stopping nt u place, crowd! gathei *o con
sult him, in. I it Is not to be wondered ai when
It Is roiuoiuiiuntd that lu diagnosing h disease •
htf never usk-, a question. but describes the dif
ferent disease* bettor tlmn the sick can tlitm
solve*. Ithn W9ud.*rfnl gill fur anyone to
possess, and Dr. Kiitohln* a diagnostic powers
tin v.*. rented wondor throug houl (he ooaut \
lie adopt 1 the following plan, which is pe
culiar to (he large hospitals and Is not and
never has been the practice off country doctors,
vi / • he carefully notes tne symptoms off too
patient, and ascertains the condition of the In
ternal organ*, nil of which In-carefully records
In his register for future ndorenee In t.d*
way lie incurtnlus the true nature of the dis
ease and Us cause. When sick people consult
him ho r.'iidUy tolls them whether lie ran cure
or help them, or wluthur they mo beyond hope.
HIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT
Are mild and pleasant; agree perfectly with
tie* moat dnlleato Lady or t'hlld; do iot reduce
strength t can bo used while at work, and glvs
the gro itest pos.dldo benefit In the shortest
poislhlo time, ratlents can consult him or
eoriimunlcute with him as often as they choose,
during tho whole lime required for the euro,
without regar 11> win to th**y may he. and wlth
ouloxtra charge. Mi is rend-T ng the treatment
ns successful and satisfactory as though they
won* llv'ng next door to each other
Persona nnnUlllfuli y treated liyUioranl
pretenders who keep tntltmr with then* month
after month, giving poisonous and injurl us
compounds, should call am' see tho Doctor.
SPEriAI.TIKBi Cattub. Skin Diseases.
Sor.-s, Pi tuples. Scrofula. IlloodTnbits,Bcisms,
Uanocr, I’lios and plsoaaos >f Women Quickly
and I'eroim entlv Oun*d t*y the late ‘t approved
treatment ns iMirsueU by rpc* lui.ms uf
America and Europe.
jl*' - rates mid coi rui -Mi l'in e confidential. Treatment cent C O D. to any part ol
the Unit and itutoi Cnrr • ■ inco with Invalids Bolloltod All kitten with stamps In
dus' W answered free CHI and li examined and at least learn the cause of your disease,
and If It can oc cured Tape Worms removed In from three 10 live hours without
starvation Tim rt medics for the wli. !e course of trca’menl are furnished from the
Office or a. the In.itl* tile, all n unce r by the mouth.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT TNE
Williams House, Thursday, Aug. 6
And Every Four Weeks Thereafter.
Office hour* from 9 h. id to 9 p. rn
sKiMavH K, summ it k & stimui
I.AWYKIW OBlee In Torrlson's brlek Idoek northend Eighth street bridge, Manitowoc. Win
cousin (!ollectlous promptly attended to
BUI NO MUELLER.
UEOIHTKK OK DEEDS Notary Public and Convey nicer Money loaned on reasonable rates
PH k SICIAINS
DOCTORS PR A SI: R & GLEASON,
Ok ilt 'K Hoc us Hto 9. 11 to 1- a. ui. Ito 4 p. tii. 7toB p. ui.
Telephone sh 2. York Street, Near Mth Street North Side.
J. F. ML LUO I-1. AML M I).
Office bourn Id U) 12 a in, 1 to 4 p in and 7to 8 p ui Office over Mendlik Jt Mulbolland
Store, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Telephone 2U2 2
DOCTORS PAINE AND HU BOARD--206 N. Eighth St.
Office Hours: I 10 to 12 a.m. lIUBBYRD ■ sto ** a - m -
PAINE | 2to 4 j), m. * 1 ( 12 to 2p. ui.
Telephone: Office Paine 89-2 rinjjs. Residence, 89-3 Hubbard-
DR. ERNST h\ SEEGER
Over Walter Oreeu'a Store Manitowoc, Wisconsin
DR.N. T. ZIQLINSKI, ~
|9| South Eighth Street, Opposite Schuctte’s Store.
SEEGER 6 MILLER. DENTISTS
SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, MANITOWOC. WIS
Locii Amcsthctics used for painless extraction of teeth.
DR. M. L. BAST.
In new parlors Williams Block, opposite Manitowoc Savings Bank Eijhth
ami .lav Streets.
ALL DENTAL WORK GUARANTEED
Manitowoc, ; : : : : Wisconsin
WHAT OR. KUTCHIN
DOf.S NOT 00.
He does not fright
en people Intodoctor
ing by bolding up s
piea of a speedy death
before their eyes. Be
lots not urge the sick
to lake treatment
when he knows them
to be Incurable Nei
ther does he by false
pretenses hold the
sick under his care
month after month
while doing them no
He does not per
suade helpless in
curables to doctor
out the last month of
their lives, or give up
their last dime for
He does not take
patients under a so
pretending to charge
only for medicine and
amount he can get,
or mal.e the object of
his life toextortmon
ey from the sick.
latest discoveries and improvements.
Dr. KiiCrbln has received the most ap
proved Inst r union In Analytical and Micro
scopical Examinations of the Blood, Urine,
etc., which are now considered Indispensable to
a correct diagnosis In many diseases. There
re many diseases which physicians In common
.ractlce do not usually treat, and are. there
fore. seldom prepared with ne eaary and cost
ly outfit lu eiHfiiine correctly, or treat with sue
cobs; auch caw*a, therefore, would do well to
call at oi.ee unci learn their true condition, and
whether the and or < f Hope are yet open, or for*
ever closed a* ah at them.
MANHOOD PERFECTLY RESTORED.
Quick, rainless and certain cure for Impo
toncy. Lost Manhood, Spermatorrhoea. Losses,
Weakness and Nervous DebMlt v. also for Pros
tatitis. Varicocele, and all private diseases,
whether from Imprudent habit* .f youth or
sexurl excesses in mature Tears, or any causa
that dohilltutem the sexual functions, speedily
ami pennnnently cured Oiisnltutlnn free
anti strictly cunfl.lnitial. At s lute cures
guaranteed in cm side cases. No risk incurred.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Puch as has baffled the skill of other physi
cians snd remedies. Hr. HntcUln quickly
cures. ancers Tumors. Fibroid ami Polybold
Urowihs cored n ithout t he use of *ho knife. No
cutting, no pain, no danger.
Free Fxiimlnnllon of the Vrlne—Each
I* rs u applying for ineui ul treatment should
send or bring to (ounces • f urine, which will
receive a caret ul chemical and microscopical
PILE*. FISTn.A AIU*) KECTAL
I’l.t UIIV cured without pain or detention
MVphllls, Ontinri-lisa, Gleet. PrlvaU
It I oo*l and Mill lUi.ieri speedily, com
pletely and penuanen ly cured.
NEKVO?; miIIILITY AND BEX*
CAI< PIMUKhi KM yield rapidly to hlB
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