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Manitowoc City Business Directory
We have all that you expect to find in a first class-np-to date drag store B 05 F. C. BUERSTATTE Dr. Gebhe )ENTIST. Over Staehle’sStore GEORGE BROS. IAKERY and CONFECTIONERY South Eighth Street Artistic Photographs A. J. PACKARD st:.y DR. REINFRIED MODERN DENTISTRY 206 N. Eighth St J. DUMPKE The Old Reliable SHOE STORE ROSINSKY & SON FURNITURE AND Kffia&i UNDERTAKING C.H.TEQEN ARCHITECT Rooms 7 & 8 Metropolitan Block A. C. BECKER Wall Paper, Picture Enlarging Washington Street HEALY & JOYCE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mnnicipal 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. HcCARTY Confectioner Gasoline 108 North Futures Eighth Street A. Vrproio M Kluxh Palace Steam Laundry TeL 80-3 Corner Main and Jay Streets RESTAURANT Lunches and Meals at |a 11 hours Theo. Willard, 817 S. Bth St GET YOUB The Pilot PRINTING ■ "■' Done at This Office THE NATIONAL BANK. Manitowoc, Wisconsin. CAPITAL SIOO,OOO. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. L. D. MOHEH, President, LEANOER CHOATE, Vice-President FRED T. ZENTNER, Cashier Farmer’s Institute for 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 us 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 ball in which a meeting can be held. Farmers should talk this matter np 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. McKekrow, Snpt, Madison, Wis. A girl’s complexion may be stamped oa her lover’s heart, but most of the “complexion" comes off unless put tliere by Ro:ky Mountain Tea. “Pow der’s a bail thing." 85c. F. C. Baer statte. The School Milwaukee Made Famous Hoffman’s College. Largest in Wis consin. English, business, Shorthand. All students employed. Begin now. Write for catalogue. Third and State Hts. j23eow-Olgt KRUMM, The SHOEMAN 812 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET IkSdUssv 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 Sonth Bth Street Q. A. FEHRS ESTABLISHED 1866 Jeweler and Optician LINSTEDT & CO. . II FIRST MORTGAGE ▼ |l 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 & Bth St. Schreihart Brewing Cos. High Grade Bottle Beer. ANDREW KESTLEY CONFECTIONER toffiSan. Etc. 816 Washington St Atlas Bowling Alleys Billiard and Ping Pong Parlor C. E. Weeeman, Prop. SOUTH EIGHTH STREET The F. Sixta & Sons Cos. Wines and High Grade Liqoon. C. Licbcnow 6 Son. Jewelers and Engravers Repairing a Specialty. ORDER YOUR CABIN NOW. No May Fever at lale Royale the Cool Lake Breeze* and Stimulating Atmaiphar* Alia Afford Substantial Relief from Asthma. The renowned scenic “Fjords" of Norway compare well with the harbors and bays at the East end of Isle Royale and the fishing at Rock Harbor is be yond comparison. The fast 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 ns will receive full nformation as to rates and accomoda tions at the “Gem Island" of Lake Su perior. The Wisconsin Central Railway and connecting Passenger Steamers fur nish most excellent transportation to and from Isle Royale at low tourists rates. Jab. C. Pond, Q. P. A.. Milwaukee. A Boy’s Wild Ride For Life WHh family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and Colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies from asthma: but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. He writes: “I now sleep soundly every night." Like marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneu monia, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for ed Throat and Long troubles. Guaran teed bottles 50c and SI.OO. Trial bottles free at Henry Hinrichs drugstore. DAIRY BARN AND YARD. La lacatlnc Them Care Shoald Be Takea to Seoare Effective natural Drainage. In locating a dairy barn care should be taken to have a gentle slope from the barn In at least one direction, af fording good natural drainage for both barn and yard. If the barn la already built and poorly located, draining and grading will do much to remedy the evil. In most cases it would take but a small amount of labor with plow and scraper, when the ground is in suitable condition to handle, to give the surface of the yard a slope from the barn sufficient to carry off the surface water. Even if dirt has to be hauled in from out side the yard to accomplish this it will not be expensive. The drainage alone under a yard is not sufficient as the tramping of the cattle soon puddles the surface, preventing the water from passing down to the tile. After the grading is done the yard should be covered with gravel or cin ders. By putting the coarser in the bottom and the finer on top a good hard yard can be obtained and at a comparatively small expense where material of this kind is available. If this cannot all be done In one year, it is of the utmost importance that a be ginning be made by grading and grav eling a portion of the yard next the barn, so that the cows may have some place on which to get out of the mud and filth. By grading a part of the yard each year and applying a thick coat of gravel or cinders to the graded part, the entire yard will, in a few years, be In good condition. When gravel does not contain enought clay to pack hard, a small amount of clay should be mixed with the top layer. It will then form a firm substance. A portion of the yard should be bed ded, thus affording the cows a place to He in the open air on pleasant days. If straw Is scarce the cleanest of the soiled bedding from the stable will answer for this purpose. When the straw and manure on this bedded por tion of the yard become too deep and soft it should be hauled Into the field and the bedding commenced again on the solid yard.—W. J. Fraser, in Farm ers’ Review. GOOD THING TO HAVE. Cfcufe for l.onerlnK Pall Wherp I’lga and Calve* Are to He Fed ia a Uuaememt. To feed a pig or calf in a basement, do not pour the milk down a spout, for the Inside of the latter will soon become very filthy and hard ro clean. Make a chute like that shown In the cut, and CHUTE FOR LOWERING PAIL. lower the pall down Inside. When the pall ia In place, raise the front by a cord running up to the first floor. A slide, to be operated by a cord, would answer as well. Without the slide or raised front, the animal would hear the pall descending and would stick its head Into the chute. —Farm Journal. Pure Water for the Cow>. The water fpr the cows should he abundant and pure. Pure watefi In un limited quantities Is essential for the health of the cow. But It comes bodllj purification. With unclean or contam inated water the purification cannot be complete. Water Is necessary also foi the best digestion of food, and without all the water she needs the cow is fee wastefully. But water Is not essentia food. Milk Is about 85 per cent, water Someone has said that “some milk le very much more than 85 percent, water,’ but that Is not the fault of the cow or thf pasture. When the cow has Insufficient water she does not make milk with lest water In it, so that an artificial addltlor by the milkman Is necessary; she simply makes less milk. —W. F. McSparran, in Farm and Fireside. Cow* IVppl (ientlf Treatment. A good-natured Irishman whose lift had been spent with fractious mules waf once hired to milk some cows and waf cautioned to treat, them gently. A loud “So. there,” brought out a reprimand from the owner, when Pat said with In nocent sincerity: "Why, sor, I wuddent hur-rt the baste.” He thought the cow would register a disturbance the size ol a small cyclone. There are many well meaning cow-herders who never beat or kick a cow, but who lose money every time they speak roughly to her Tt If not enough that a cow be treated hu manely—keep your voice low and be pa tlent. A man who loses his temper with a cow Is worse than the cow—he’s a fool —Rural World. Another I'mr for Honey. In a little valley bordering on the Rhine the cutting of agates furnishes employment for a number of persons Before cutting these stones they art soaked in honey for eight hours, and then in sulphuric add for three hours This operation gives to the stones a beau tiful cloudy appearance which is great ly admired in the finished product. The grape sugar contained In the honey, by its combustion In the sulphuric acid, pro duces this discoloration. Every agate cutter uses every year about 100 pound* of honey In his workshop. DOCTOR SECRIST THE SPECIALIST. Late from the most celebrated hospi tals and clinics ot Berlin, Ger many, and Paris, France. Doctor Secrist will Come to Manitowoc at the HOTEL WILLIAMS Tuesday, Sept. 22. And One Day Only in Every Four Weeks Thereafter. No Pay Until Cured New Hethod Treatment In All Chronic Diseases. CONSULTATION SACREDLY CONFIDENTIAL. Examination and Advice Free. The doctor a 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 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 Dr. Secrist. Letters of indorsement from many prominent clergymen and hundreds of grateful patients are on file 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 imirortcd many social medi cines and appliances necessary to effect certain cures in the worst ;ases of Physical Weakness, Varicocele, Impo tency. Nervous Debility, etc. caused by youthful errors, night losses, general dissipation, impi >ikt treatment and neglect. The doctor will forfeit 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 15LO<)D AND SKIN al ways yield to the doctor’s modern meth ods of treatment. PILES cured permanently without de tention 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 no time in consulting a special physician whose reputation for skill is so well and widelv known. Special attention given to DISEASES PKCI'LIAU 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. 11. C. SECRIST, Chicago and Milwaukee. Address all mail to the Chicago Office, 4714 Calumet Ave. Chicago. Estab lished 1 MH(>. Excursion Tickets to County Pair at Plymouth, Wis. Via the North Western Line, will be sold at reduced rates Aug. dl to Sept. 4, inclusive, limited to return until Sept. 5, inclusive. Apply to Agents Chicago & North-Western R’y. 3w - • - - - Opinion of an Illinois Man As the “proof "f the pudding is in the eatiug and not in chewing the string’’ so the merits of a medicine are most dearly demonstrated after it lias been used. Mr. John T. Teal. Tabor, 111., says, “I have lieen handling Harts Honey and Horehound for the past year and have found it very meritorious Have used it in my own family with ex cellent lesults and it is my Is-st seller in the store." When our readers have oc casion to need a cough medicine we would recommend them to try Harts' Honey and Horehound. 25 cent bottles sold bv Henry Hinrichs, Druggist. Excursion Pates to Pox Plver Valley Fair at Appleton, Wls., Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will lx* sold at reduced rates Sept. 1 to 4. inclusive, limited to return until Sept. 5, inclusive. Apply to agents C. &N. W-R'y. lit THE FARM CARRIAGE. There I* No Iteaaon Why It Should Not lie Comfortable the Year Around. A little device Illustrated by the Rural Now Yorker will add much to the com fort of riding in a canopy topped car riage, where annoyance is frequently felt from the sun shining In at one side or other or at the back, It may be. A piece of cloth, preferably of the same SHUTTING OUT THE SUN color as the upholstering of the carriage. Is pulled over two bands of elastic. Hooks are sewed at the ends of these bands, ns shown, the hooks being cover ed with cloth. This little curtain can then be stretched and hooked to the up rights on either side of the carriage or across the back, putting It at the right height to protect the face from the sun. It will also serve excellently ns a wind break. If the hooks are covered with rubber they will be less Inclined to slip CARE OF DIRT ROADS. i; Should Not Ilf llrlasod In Ihf Agi tation for Mure Nabatanttal Highway*. In driving over a number of our dlrl roads last fall 1 noticed that, almost without exception, they were In a deplor able condition to leave for winter. It If true that we bad a hard summer foi roads, but that only makes It the mort Imperative to look after them and get the water running off properly before tbf ground freezes. The side ditches should be cleaned out and the sluice opening! cleared of silt and fallen grass. In placet the water had broken across the road owing to an obstructed ditch, and then were Hat stretches where drainage waf so bad that water was almost on a level with the wheel track. When roads gc Into the winter In this way look out for trouble In the spring, and lots of It. These roads had been “worked” and shaped up properly In the spring or early summer The appropriations had been expended and the roads were then allowed to shift for themselves. I know of one road master who makes It a practice to gc over his road with a shovel Immediately after every heavy rain. A few shovelfuls removed here and a few added there save many dollars of expense later on, and keep the mad In remarkably good shape One never sees any loose stones In the road bed In that district, either. Hut, a? a rule, farmers who are usually the road masters. are too busy with their affair? at home to think about the roads at such times. In the agitation for macadamized roads. It la to be feared that the dirt roads may be neglected be looked upon as evils to be endured until the sfon* ones may lake their place. This should not be, for however the problem of taxa tion of the farmer for alone roads may be solved, it Is still true that macadam ized roads for all our rural sections ar? about as far off as the millennium. Coun try roads In the spring are, as a rule something Intolerable; but the remedy Is not In stone roads, but In an improve ment of the dirt roads and a better sys tem of maintaining them With grad ing off of hills and filling In of low places with under-drainage and with constant supervision by competent road builders dirt roads would be different from whal they are. At the same time, this kind ot work would be preparatory to the atone surface which would ultimately b< added. The laws In relation to Ihe main tenance of our common roads need over hauling, and the administration of them be placed In more scientific and com petent bands than If Is at present.—Grant Davis. In Rural New Yorker. Xolf on Milk. J. W. Newman, In a talk to a Canadian dairyman, said: “Milk fresh and warm as It cornea from the cow la In the heat condition for separation. Otherwise aerate and cool to 60 degrees When ready to separate heat the milk again above 90 degrees hy some continuous heater that will hold sufficient milk to keep the separator going at least five minutes Rutter fat Is not a good con ductor of heat, not equal to skimmed milk; therefore, sufficient time for ex pansion of the fat should be allowed be fore milk Is fed Into separator Heating milk reduces its viscosity. Increases the capacity and Insures more exhaustive separation. Avoid vibration, low speed overfeeding separator, low temperature or making very heavy mam hy adjust ment.’’ trlejtloN nf Seed Corn. It Is very Important to depend upon home seed corn for the main part of the crop and not upon Imported seed. Se lect ears of corn for seed which have kernels of as nearly uniform size and shape as possible, otherwise It will be Imprmslble to seeuro an even stand with any planter The shape of the ear shoakd be cylindrical from butt to tip; this means even, regular, deep kernels, resulting In a large per cent, of corn to cob. The tapering ear Is undesirable. The rows of kernels should run parallel with the cob, straight and regular.— Rural World. Suggestions Muse a Search el ML DELAY IS DANGEROUS- Many diseases au so acceptive that hundreds of persons hare them before they ms suspect It They know they are not well, but no 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, ARE %'OV AFFLICTED f Your case may now be perfectly curable, but fiememher, every moment of neglect brings you nearer its la curable stages, when, perhaps, the moat skillful physician can render you uo assistance. The present is ours, the future may be TOO LATE. tar-DR. KUTCHIN IS NO STRANGER IN THIS COUNTY. PrMldaat laplawood Sanitarium, Uraen IU, Wls. Ex. S. P. Surgeon. Late of Haul, tartan) and Remedy Cos., Colombo*. O. Specialist in Chronic Diseases. WHAT DR. KUTCHIN DOES 80. Dr. Kutchln makes the first object of hla life to heal the af flicted; the eccond, to got a well deserved reputation as a healer of diseases among the people; the third. Is to earn a modest com pensation In order to properly tare for him self and family. Uo does all that b a agrees to, and oft times more, and when failure docs occur It can always bo traced to carelessness, im prudence, or over work on the part of the pallet,k He deals candidly, liberally and honor ably with all alike, taking advantage of none as .o condition or circumstance. Lo*t, but not least, n* ennss after all metboda but his Lave (ailed. HE CURES AFTER OTHERS FAIL. Tb Past Successful end .entitle Yrcctmcnt of ell Oltctics s&4 Weaknesses of Mankind Posr.lble to Obtain. Tfco most widely ami favorably known specialist In the United States. Ills lone ex perience. remarkable skill and universal success In the largest nospltala In the world cn ablcs him to treat al! (IlitONK , NERVOUS, SKIN and HI. flop Mm-skcs upon the latest scientific principles and entitles him to the full confidence of the afflicted everywhere. HD KIITPUIN ha* no superior In diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities, un. IVUIUnin 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 an 1 Sexual Diseases speedily cured by treatment that has never faded In thousands of cases that had been pronounced beyond hope. Many people moot dcato every year who might have been restored to perfect health had they placed their cases In .ho hands of experts. CHRONIC DISEASES. The Doctor treats no acute diseases, bat makes a specialty of chronic and long-standing dl.manes Cases glveil up by other doctors and pronounced Incurable, ha must desires to sea. EXAMINATIONS FEES TO ALT. Whenever It Is known that Dr. Rntehlnls •topping at a place, rrowdi gullirt So con sult him, nod It Is not to be wondered av when It Is remombered that In dtagnoslbg it disease ha never asks n question, but describes the dif ferent disease* better th in the sick can them- MITW. It Is a wr aadeiTul sift forUfOMtO possess,and Dr. KiKrhliC a dliigiioatlc powers have ( rented wonder throng bout the country. He adopted the following plan, which Is pe culiar to the largo hospitals, and I* 11 and and never bus been the practice Of country doctors. Tit : he carefully notes the symptoms of the patient, and ascertains the condition of the In ternal organs, all of which he caret ully records In bis register for future reference In this way he ascertains the true nature of the dis ease and Us cause. When sick people consult him he readily tells them whether he can cure or help thorn, or whitlow they are l>eyond hope. HIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT Are mild and pleasauti agree perfectly with the mo and delicate l<ttdy or Child; do not reduce strength; can he used while M work, and give the greatest possible boneUt In the shortest possible time. Tallents can consult him or communicate with him us often as they choose, during the whole time required for the cure, without regard to where they may lm. and with out extra charge. thus rendering the treatment as successful and satisfactory as though they wore living next door to each other Persons tinsklllfully treated by U.inrant pretenders who keep trilling with them month after month. poisonous and Injmii im compounds, should call and seo the Doctor. ftI’FCR Al.TIRft * Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Sores, Dimples,Scrofula, llloodTnluta,Kexenia. Cancer, TI los and Diseases of Women Quickly and Term a i ently Cured by the luted approved treatment as pur sued by hudlnf specialists of America and Kuropo. VfT cauri and oorfW|Hn<VMM mnfldfiitiAl. Treatment sunt CO. D to unr pari ol the United States l orrrsjieiHloiion with Invalid 1 solicited All letters with sumps la closed answered free Cull anil In o: amlned ami i leant Inurn the cause of your diaeaaa, and If II can cm 1 cured Tniu' Worn:* removed ,u from three to five hours without starvation. Thu remedies for tho who’.** conrra of treatment are furnished from Uto Offlce or at tho Institute, all at once or hy tho mouth. CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT TIE Williams House, Thursday, Sept. 3 And Every Four Weeks Thereafter. Office hour* from 9 a. in to 9 p. m. LAWYERS. NEDdWKK, SKIM.WKIi & SHIM IDT laAWYKIIfI Offlc* In Torrtnon’ brirk bbark north nud Eighth nlnwt bridge. Manitowoc, Wl connin Coltartlonn promptly attended to BiMI.NO Ml IlLUlt, RRtiIHTRH OF DRKDH Notary Public and Conveyancer Monty loaned on reasonable rmtar Manitowoc, WiMcomtln. PH * SICIANS DOCTORS FRASER & OLEASON, Oyi'icK Hours—B to o, ll to 13 am. lto4p. m. 7toß pm. Telephone 3. York Street. Near *lh Street North Side. J. F MFLHDI.LAM). M I). Offli-e hours 111 to 12 am, t to 4 p m and 7toft p m < >fflee over Mendllk & Mulholland* Store, Manitowoc, Wtacunsln Telephone 2M2 2. DOCTORS PAINI: AND HUBBARD—2O6 N. Eighth St. Oflicc Hours: I 10 to 12 3. in. IIUIJIJ \RI) Bto*f i. oi. PAINE— ) 2to 4 p.m. i ‘ ( 12 to 2 p.m. Telephone: Office Paine S9-2 rings. Residence, 89-i—Hubbard DENTISTS. DR. N T. ZIGLINSKI, DENTIST 191 South Eighth Street, Opposite Schuette’s Store. ■ - '.'ns SEEGER 6 MILLER, DENTISTS SOUTH EIGHTH STREET. MANITOWOC. WIS Local Anaesthetics used for painless extraction o! teeth. DR. M. L. BAST, DENTIST. In nw parlora Williams Block, opposite Manitowoc Sayings Bank—Eighth and Jay Streets. ALL DENTAL WORK GUARANTEED Manitowoc, : ; : : : Wisconsin WHAT DR. KUTCHIN DOES NOT 00. Be does not fright en people icto doctor in? by holding up s plea of a speedy death before their eyes. Ha toes not urge the sick to take treatment when be knows them to be incurable. Nei ther does he by falsa pretcnt.es hold the sick under his cars month after month while doing them bo good. He does not per suade belplese *- curahles to doctor out the laet month of their lives, or give up their last dims for medicine. He does not take patients under S so called falseguarantes pretending to charge only for medicine and taking whatever amount be can get, or make the object of his life toeztortmoa ey from the sick. LATEST DISCOVERIES AND IMPHO VEMENTS. Dr. Rutchln has received the most ap proved instruction In Analytical and Micro sm pica I Examinations of the Blood, L'rlne, etc . which are now considered liullspansabia to a correct diagnosis In many diseases. Thera * ra many diseases which physic lans In common practice do not usually treat, and are. tbsrw fore. seldom prepared with naceaeary and cost ly outfit to examine correctly, or treat with suc cess; such ca'H. therefore, would fl o wail to call at or.ee und learn their true condition, and whether the door* of liopo are yet or for ever closed a* all ti them. MANHOOD PERFECTLY RESTOBVD. Quirk, painless and certain cure for Impo* tency. I#oat Mnnhood. Spermatorrhoea. L>ss#, Weakness and Nervous Debility, also for Pro* tat It in. Varicocele, and all private diseases, whether from ImpTUdOl t iftolll of youth or sexual excesses In mature rear*, or any cause that debilitates the sexual functions. speedily and permanent ly cured Consult atlon free mid strictly confidentlal. Absolute curse guaranteed In cui able cases. No risk Incurred. DISEASES OF WOMEN. Such ss has baffled the skill of other physi cians and remedies. Dr. Kutrlda quickly cures, Tancars. Tumors. Fibroid and Polybold (Growths erred without the use of *he knife. No cutting, no pain, no danger. Free Fxumlnntlon of the Urine-Each pvfs* n applying for medical treatment should •end or bnng 8 toloaneeiof urine, which win receive a neroful chemical and mlcroecopleel examination. PILES. FISTULA ARECTAL ULUFSS mitred without pain or detention from business. Syp' llls. Oononhes, Cileet, Prlvel# id Nklo Diseases speedily, coas pletely and permanen ly cured. NFRVOUA DFBILITT AND SEX UAL DISORD UN yield rapidly to hie skillful treatment.