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THE PILOT.
Agents for the Pilot.—Room & i.%savos,
165, Randolph Street, Chicago, arc authorized
Agent* for the Pilot.
Jfy Advertisers willp'ease bear in mind
that the Pilot has note the largest c rcula
tion of any English toaper printed in this
county , and that it is for their interest to
use its columns. Advertise in it, on i there
by increase your business.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
Horseback Riding,— tor the benefit of
those who enjoy the present fir e mornings
in exercising on horseback, we copy the
following rules. If properly observed,
they will undoubtedly be beneficial to all
equestrians. The first thing is to dre's
suitably. Avoid too fine a dress, such as
patent leather boots, and for a coat wear
a cut away instead of a frock. Let the
stick or whip* be siinpl. wirh no gold flum
mery about it. For tbo country a plain
bone handle ; for the city a common rid
ing whip or an ordinary walking stick,
mounted simply with -ilver, in ail other re
spects your dress should he that in which
you walk.
A lady’s riding suit should consist of a
neat hat, ronnd or slouched, with a long
sweeping feather on one or both sides.—
In winter it should he of soft felt; in sum
mer, a fine straw. The st- ; !e in titules the
grace, and renders it eilh-.r a most becom
ing or a most tawdry feature in tbe riding
dresa. The habit should be well fitted to
the form, wilh white collar and fine lawn,
with deep cutis beneath the sleeves, the
gauntlet gloves of thick leather, and no or
naments, save perhaps a delicate twisted
whip. Compactness and utility are the
requsites for tho riding dress. There is
danger in having too long a skirt in the
riding habit; it is apt not only to alarm
horses, but to entangle in case of accident
to the fair rider.
A lady ehouM never ride alone. The
gentleman should assist the lady to her
•eat in the saddle, after obtaining her con
sent. The la ly should gather up her
•kirts in her left hand, and place herself
as close as possible to the horse, wilh her
face towards the animals bead, with her
hand on the pummel. The gentleman
should place himself at the horse’s shoulder
wilh his face toward the lady, and stoop
ing a little, place his hand horizontally at
a convenient distance from the ground.—
The lady places her loft foot in it, and
with a spring, and the gentle aid of the
gentleman, is in her saddle. When seated
the geijjlenian should offer to put her foot
uk "" tirrup, and give her the reins.—
car, and thw . , ~
teaches a gentleman fo mount
n “ loni Ufo 0 f [p e stirrup, and on eith- !
tho j lorsc Rut tlfis uiode is not ;
1 lv '- ** lll ‘ practiced. The rule of tho road
1 A e °- o observed in riding as in diiv
mg, the gentleman should always ride
to the right of the lady, least you risk
crushing her feet. Your own, of course,
you must not care about. This rule lung
and even now disputed, settles the ques
tion on which side (he lady should ride.
To-be a good rider requires confidence.
Ifyoi have this, ease will soon follow ; but
without much practice, a rider will be more
or less titf in his scat. A ladv should be
careful to it straight in the middle of the
saddle with her face full toward the horse’s
bead. Whatever the motion of the ani
mal, should attempt to cling as closely
possible to tho saddle. Au-trian officers
pride themselves on being able to trot a
mile with a glass of wine in one hand and
not spill a drop of it. In England, riders
rise in trotting, as a relief to themselves
and the horse, but this is not done in ary
other country, save, perhaps, in America.
The first rule is to rie, not from tho stir
rup, but from the knees; the second to
rise as little as possible. The man who
“ shows daylight” between himself and
Lis saddle is apo .r rider. A lady should
rise even less than a man, and neither of
them should lean over the horse’s nock,
nor hold the reins with both hands. The
etiquette of the road is, that when you
meet people whom you know, on horse
back, you have no right to turn and join
them, unless invited to do to. If you
overtake them, on tho other hand ton
have a right to ride with them ; but if vou
are not wan’el you will ho careful about
exercising the privilege.
Village Clerk. — At a meeting of the
Board on Monday evening, Ciias K iEu,
Esq., editor of the Wisconsin Drmornxt,
was elected \ illago Clerk. Mr.
will make a good officer, and this compli
ment from his Republican friends i- one
that i w*jil deserved. \V* are always
happy to see our brother editors get pro
moted.
Bidden* Death. —Mr. Patrick Scan*
lor. of the towi
countv, died very suddenly on the ‘Jth
insl. Ho was well known and highly rs
pected in this county among a -argo por
tion of our people.
fifllad'jrr Knginr Cos , Xo. 1, turn. 1
out for drill on Tuesday evening. line
machine worked well. 1 hi* company has
lately received large additions to it* mini
I „r, and with proper and: 1 ipline wid innko
one of the most efficient < mpanies in tic
State
Lecture. — J A. Bf-htlt, Esq., of She
borgan, ill lecture before the Young
Men's Institute this evening at Rick's
Hall, on Yoik -trect. Subject —Max, as
Related to the Latitude and Longitude
of the South. Admittance free.
Jddd" Ihe schooner Gertrude has been
hauled out for rep a re, and will be in sail
ing condition again in three or four weeks.
She has been purchased by Capt. Hoag,
who will sail her hereafter.
From the Coast of Africa. —Mr. John
Ijaurv. formerly a resident of this village,
returned here on Sunday las f , after an
absence of .hree years in the American
Navy. He was on board the U. S. sloop
of-war Vincennes, and for the last thirty
months was stationed on the Coast of Af
rica.
New Saloon. —We neglected last week
to state that Mr. E. Vox Alter has open
ed a Saloon and Deer Hal! in Lis building
on the North side of the river. Mr. Vox
Alter has fitted up his place in nice style,
and furnished his bar with the choicest of
good things. We know of no place in j
town where more comfort can be enjoyed
in a half hour's silting. On Monday next !
he taps some of Haul’s buck beer, and
serves a free lunch at 9 o'clock, A. M.
Marine News. —The following vessels
have clear- I for the South with cargos,
since our last issue :
Pchr. Free Democrat , Chicago, wood lor i
Kremers. Schr. Perry Hannah, Chicago,
wood for John Sciiutts. Schr. Traveller ;
Chicago, ce-lar posts for Torrisok. Schr. ;
EL Tempo, Chicago, cedar posts for Good
enow. Schr. Jo. Vilas, Chicago, timber
for Collins & Cos. Schr. Tieo Charlies,
Waukegan, lumber for Guti.es.
1 he Propeller Oydenaburgh, Ctapt. Rich
ardson, bound from Ogdensburgh to Chi
cago, touched at the North Pier last Satur
day. The Ogdenshurgh is the first boat
thorough the Straits this season which has 1
stopped at Manitowoc.
The Propeller Evergreen City, Capt. !
Chamberlain, from Cleveland to Chicago,
. ’ I
landed at this port on Tuesday afternoon. |
The Steamer Gazelle is making trips •
between Milwaukee and Two Rivers, as
often as b is'aoii warrants and weather
permits.
Fire Meeting. —At a meeting of Tor
rent Engine Cos., No. 2, the following reso
lutions were passed ;
Resolved, That the thanks of this Cos.
are clue to .Etna Insurance Cos., of Hart
ford, Ct., and their noble representative,
S. A. Wood, for a beautiful speaking
trumpet, presented by Mr. Wood, on be
half of said Insurance Cos., to our Company.
Resolved, That we will duly appreciate
tiiis present by acting as firemen to the
best of oar ability, and will never fail to
do our utmost to save the property of our
citizens, and of the said .Etna Insurance
• o
Resolved, That v.a are nlso thankful to
Mr. Wood for his noble efforts in behalf
of the Fro Department, and our Cos. espe
cially, ns a citizen as well as an officer of
this village.
Resolved, That those resolutions be pub
lished in the paj ors of the village.
M. KUIIL, Foreman.
CARL 11. SCHMIDT, Secy.
As Oid Friend heard from. —The
Whig and Republican, published at Quin
cy, Illinois, by James J. Lakguon, Esq.,
lias made its way to our table. On look
ing over its cßlumns, wc j erceived undis
putable evidence of the finger marks of our
friend, K. K, Jones, who is doubtless as
sisting in the editorial department, as the
following from the issue of April 7th, will
prove:
“ Our Old Arm Chair. —How many
memories are connected with it—how
many weary hours has it solaced and what
lung unforgotten griefs has it almost sooth
ed into quiet oblivion
Years ago, when on the old North Pier
i*. Manitowoc, wo viewed tho progress of
the place, many a sultry day did we glad
ly hail the embrace of that old arm chair,
—and a goodly sized one we fill. And as
the dark waves of the l ike dashed in upon
the shore, we dreamt not then of the after
innovations we have been destined to wit
ness.
Many a stormy day ami night have we
sat in that ohi arm chair, upon a plank
platform above the waters of the lake, with
our little otlice swavod to an<l fro by the
surgii;g wa\e> heating upon ami dashing
upward through the plank, and so, after
tnanv varying years our old arm chair has
accompanied us down here, and yesterday
received a fracture in the leg materially in
terfering with the arms.
There is no evil which may not he rem
edied, and our oM friend Sylvester, the
blacksmith, coopered it and supposing it
would hold, wo attain entrusted our corpor
ositv to its embrace, hut human hopes are
fallacious. Tho arms were good but the
tiled ; a s sent it
hack to “John,” and this miming have
receive ! it in xtafu quo with the message
that “neither l?ig Jim, onr boss nor our
its < ."Wo
opine Svlr ■:• r is right, and settled back
in the oi l arm chair—proclaim him a good
workman and a first rate fellow.’’
A Mother Kills her Child. — The Io-
(\V:.) Dan :r ;l learns that the wife
of David < l odricii killed her child la-t
week, while in a fit of insanity. It was
about oro year old, and this i not the
-t tin.* the unfortunate mother has des
tr..\- 1 her (tV-prir g, f< rtwelve years since
: \ed two oflicr children while in
a f ii.ii ir tit. She was then kept in a Lu
natic A'\liun for a vear. and is now in
L a ( aider iail.
iC-if* The Democrats of I’rovidcnce. R.
L, on the news of Sprague’s election,
carried a swivel totho roof of the new post
office, and fired a national salute, which
was heard for miles around.
Tlie \atiuual Convention of
IS.aU.
Asa matter of general interest at this
tine, we reproduce the ballotings of the
democratic national convention hold at
Cincinnati in ISSG, which Convention
numbered !,90 members. Under the
two-thirds rule, 19G votes were required
to make the nomination fur President.—
The ballots were as follows :
Ballots. Buchanan. Douglas. Pierce.
Ist ballot 135 - 33 122.|
2d do 189 31b 110 b
3 J do 130 b 32' 119 b
4th do 141 b 30 119
sth do 140“ 31 119 b j
Gth do 155 28 lOT.i ;
7th do 143 b 58 89“
Bth do 147. L 5G 87
9:h do 14G 5G 87
lOtli do 147 b 02 l 80
11th do 147 b G3 80
12ih do 148“ G3V 70
loth do 150 Go“ 77b 1
14th do 152 V G3 75 !
15th do IGBb 118 b 3b
1 Gth do 168 122“
17th do 29G withdrawn.
The fractional vote came from Ohio,
one of whose districts was represented bv
two delegates who could nut agree, but
allowed to vote in this way, not with
out objection being made, however, as
nothing but a whole vote could count to
wards a nomination.
In the nest convention, to meet a f
Charleston on the k3d of this month, 303
delegates wall be entitled to seats —the in
crease being the delegates from the States
of Minnesota and Oreg in, since admitted
to the Union. Under the two-thirds rule,
which is a permanent rule in the demo
cratic national conventions, 202 votes will
be required to nominate, and the man
who is fortunate enough to obtain that
number, will be carried triumphantly into
the White House, by tho invincible de
mocracy of the Union.— Buf'alo Courier.
Extraordinary Gold Yield in Ore
gon.—A letter from Gold Hill, Oregon,
details some most extraordinary yields ot
gold by the quartz mines. One story is
that two men worked about six hours, then
weighed the quartz taken out. and from a
safe estimate it was found that, in that
short space of time, they had taken out
the enormous sum of $50,000. The wri
ter adds, that these figures may seem as
tounding, but they express nothing more
than solid fact.
A Card to the Suffering-.
The Rev. William Cosgrove, while laboring
as a missionary in Japan, was cured of Consump
tion, when all other means had failed, by a re
cipe obtained from a learned physician residing
in tho great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cu
red great numbers who were suffering from Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, and
Colds, and the debility and nervous depression
caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benefiting others, I will send this
recipe, which I bare brought homo wilh me, to
all who need it, free ot charge.
Address Rev. WM. COSGROVE,
230 Baltic street, Brooklyn, X. Y.
Mild t’liorry Kaisam.
The following is worthy the attention of
all who are interested for themselves or friends.
John D. Park. — Dear Sir: In offering my
testimony in favor of your W[STAR'S BALSAM
OF WILD CHERRY, I speak from my own ex
pcrience, having received signal benefit from the
use of one or two bottles which were urged upon
me by ray apothccwy, who backed up his ree
ommendation by giving some extraordinary re
suits, from its use, as having come wi'lun his
knowledge. I had taken a violent cold, /-.Hewed
by a deep seated cough, which frequently pro
duced vomiting, wilh pain in the side. I
breathed with difficulty, had night sweats, lost
my appetite ; in short, I was completely prostra
ted. My physician prescribed for me, but I
fnuriil no relief. I commenced taking the Bal
sam in small Joses at first, ami almost immedi
ately began to improve*. My cough abated, my
strength and appetite roturticdi an( l > a a f e ’ v
weeks I was able to attend fo my business as
usual. I feel indebted to Wistar’s BYsairt for
rny recovi ry, and cheerfully give you leave to
make whatever use you please of this staten cut
Very respectfully, jours, kc.
Boston, Mass. ROYAL SMYTH.
JOHN D. PARK, Proprietor,
124 Lake Street, Chicago.
Sold bp all Druggists.
Manitowoc Market.
OFF ICR ()F THE PILOT, )
Manitowoc, April 20. (
WHEAT, White Winter, ?1 00@1 10
do Red, da 05(d) 1 00
do Spring, &0(c 1 00
CORN’, 10(5,75
OATS. 25(5(28
POTATOES, 30@t0
I BEANS, a- per quality, 1 00(521 50
BARLEY, ’ 45(3.55
HAY, per ton, sß@sl2 00
FLOUR, White Winter, #5(520 00
do Red, do ss(<2|s 50
do Spring extra, 5(a5 50
do Superfine, 3 50(o;4 0Q
CORN MEAL, 1 GO
PORK, Mess ter bbl. 17@18
SALT, 1,63
BUTTER, 1-2@14
EGGS, 6(52 4
I SUGAR, Brown, 802)0
do Crushed and refined, 124
COFFEE, Rio. 13(5210
Java, 13(5220
LUMBER, Common, f5
do 2nd quality, sl2 00
do Ist do ?1G 00
SHINGLES, common, $1 000, 1 25
do Warranted, I 50(52 1 75
do Sawed, 1 50 (and 1 7 5
LATH, *2 oo
WHITE FISH, 7 00(529 f> bhl
TROUT. s4(gs 00
and ii: i).
In this V ill age on Wednesday, the 18ih inat.,
MARY JANE, daughter of Gioaoc and Ja.nk
McFarlir, aped 3 yc.ira
In Franklin, Manitowoc Cos., on the Ssh of
April, DANIEL CUMMINGS, aped 41 yuars.
At the home of her f.ithcr in the town of Kos
uth, <n Sunday t!ie **lh inst., AMELIA, daugh
ter of William and Sarah Eatocgii, aped .*> yoars.
Providence. (K I ) papers please copy.
A liTEK'S SALOON I
Corner of Eighth and Commercial streets.
f HAVE opened to-day my Saloon, at the stand
J formerly occupied by me, where I will be
found always on hand, The best
Wines, liquors, and Beer,
will be constantly cn hand, and the best atton
t:on will be paid to those who favor me wkh
their patronage.
*lf“ Free Lunch every morning.
EUGENE VOX ALTER.
Manitowoc, April 15, 1860. 41
T<) t O X SU M PTIVES
J.s n
XER VO US S UFFERERS.
r pilE Subscriber, for several years a resident
-1 of Asia, discovered while there, a simple
vegetable remedy—a sure Cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Couahs, Colds, and Nervous
Debility. For the benefit of Consumptives and
Nervous Sufferers, he is willing to nuke the
same public.
To those who desire it, he will send the Pre
scr ption, with fnl! directions (free of charge) ;
also a sample of the medicine, which they will
find a beautiful combination of Nature’s simple
herbs. Those desiring the Remedy can obtain
it by return mail, by addressing
J. E. CUTIIBERT,
Botanic Physician, No. 429 Broadway N. Y.
WN. Ti. NICHOLS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Lair,
Office on York Street, Manitowoc, Manitowoc
County Wis. Collections promptly attended
to. nl-tf
N. WOLI.HER,
ATTORNEY 1- COUNSELLOR AT LA IP,
Next Door to the Post Office,
Maniloicoc , 11] Wisconsin.
A. Ei. BRUSH.
ATTORNEY £ COUNSELLOR
JN. T 3C j NJNT ,
OSIIKOSIf, 4-ly WISCONSIN.
HECTOR HcLGM,
Notaiy Public and General Land Agent,
STOCKDUIDCE, CALUMET CO., 5X19.
Will attend to the payment of taxes, the collec
tion of debts, the ex tmiuation of titles, Ac.
tIIAS. A. REI TER.
Notary Public, Agent for the M Iwaukee Mu
tual Insurance Company, and County Treas
urcr. Will attend to the payment of Taxes,
Ac.,. Office on Ninth Street. nl-tf.
ClilS. HltlLl.LK, .TJ. !>.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
9th street, Manitowoc. Office opposite the Ger
man Methodist Church, 11-ly
LEO. 5,. LEE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
Will practice in Manitowoc and adjoining coun
ties, and in the Supreme and U. S. District
Courts, for the State cf Wisconsin.
Office, corner of York and Eighth streets,
Manitowoc, Wis. nl tf.
S. A. WOOH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Lair,
And General Land Agent. Also Agent for the
-Etna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn.
Capital, $1,000,000. Corner of Bth and Frank
lin St., Manitowoc, Wis. nl-tf.
LEO. A. WOODIN',
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Justice of the Peace, and Notary Public. Pur
ticular attention given to collecting, Ac. Of
fice on York Street, Manitowoc, Wis, nl-tf
.3011 \ HcKEOLII,
TTTAGON, Sleigh, and Carriage Maker.—
VV Shop on York Srreet, over Wm. Sharp’s
Blacksmith Shop, Manitowoc, Wis. Always on
hand and willing to work. stf
JACOB LINZ,
Cabinet Manufacturer, and Furnishing Store.—
Constantly on hand every description of Ma
hogany, Black Walnut, and plain Furniture,
which is as good, and will be sold as cheap as
that manufactured ii Milwaukee, or elsewhere.
Manitowoc, July, 1859. nl-tf.
. TORRESON, & CO.,
I Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions,
i Hardware, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Drugs and Medicines, Gla-s, Nails,
etc. Produce of all kinds wanted, nl-tf.
j AMERICAN HOUSE,
MANITC WOC, WIS.,
f, 3ARTI.CV. Proprietor,
jrjiHlS HOUSE has been thoroughly refitted,
JL and improved, and travelers wiill find every
conveniences, of a first class Hotel. Good and
airv rooms, well furnished, and polite attention
wiil be furnished to those who favor us with
their patronage,
mUT BOARD, per day, $1 —per Week, $9.
Manitowoc, Aug. 12, 1859. 5-1 y
National Billiard Saloon.
JOHN P. Propritor.
4 NEW Billiard Table, with Phelan's improv
i VA. cd cushions, has lately been added to this
establishment. I al-o have on hand a choice lot
of Brandies and wines, especially for mediOl'ia!
purposes, which 1 wil sell by the bottle only.—
My stock of Cigars, Liquors, etc., is the best in
this county. Lemons by the dozen at 37 £ cts.
Manitowoc, Julv, 1859.
nl-tf. * JOUNP. DIX.
i:i:cr u sis jt v,
North side, opposite Rxhard’s Foundry. Deal
ers in J>. - y Goods, Groceries and Provisions,
Glass, Ctockery, Fancy Goods, Oil-Cloth,
Woolen yarn, Fancy Baskets, Fiddles and
Guitars, and Guitar strings. Toys , Cordures,
Paperhangings, Brushes, ic.
Respectfully solicit a stare of public patron
age.
Manitowoc, July, 1859. nl-tf.
Livery & Boarding Stable.
THE LIVERY BUSINESS, of the late firm of
Glovk k McCau.istkr, will in future be
conducted at the old stand by the undersigned.
Thankful for past patronage, my efforts in future
wi!J be with direct reference to deserving a con
tinuance of the same. R. E. GLOVER.
Manitowoc, July Bth, 1559.
T. C. SHOTS,
Manitowoc, - - Wisconsin.
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Col
lection, Land and Insurance Agent.
Prompt attention given to all business :
REFERENCES:
I Statk Bank or Wisconsin’, Milwaukee.
Dcscan, Siikeman L Cos , New York.
Ksatsht, Nachou >k Kcnxs. “ 10-lv
X ATIO XA L IIOT KL,
(Corner York and Sixth St.,)
Manitowoc, Wis.
T. WINDIATE, Proprietor.
tT’HIS first class house is now in excellent con
I di'.ion, havir g been thoroughly refitted, and
travellers will find it second to none in this sec
tion of Wisconsin.
Y3T Passengers with baggage will be con
veyed to and from th- boats free of charge.
THE
BANK OF M ANITO.WOC I
WILL BUT AND SELL
Foreign and Inland Exchange,
Gold , Silver, and Uncurrent Money,
At Current Rales.
C. C. BARNES, Pres't.
J. C. BARNES, Cashier. 20
NOTES LOST.
fTHE following Notes given to Bearer have
been lost, and all persons are cautioned
against using or purchasing them, viz:
Ole Torrison, $lO 93 ; Ole Johnson, $14,03 ;
Rondik Anderson, 555, more or less : Andrew
Jackson, $2,31 ; John Gilbert, $10.92; John
Lossesen, 15,25; Knud Knudson, 22, more or
less. Ole Olsen, 2,36.
The finder will be suitably rewarded by leav
iog them at the store of
COLLINS A CO.
Manitowoc, March 5, 1860.
CHEAP APPLE TREES.
50.000 Seedling Apple Trees
THE subscriber has at his Nursery in the 4t
Ward in the city of Oshkosh, about FftJ
Thousand Seedling Apple Trees, four and five
years old, and from six to seven feet high, which
he offers at the low price of
$4,00 perhunared, or §30,00 per thousand-
They aie well shaped, and in good heal
thy condition. JAMES O’BRIEN,
March 1, 1860. Nurseryman, Oshkosh.
15 LA C K SMI Til SHOP I
AT THE BRANCH.
BARON SMSO\, Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs the
people of Manitowoc county and the public
generally, that he has fitted up his Blacksmith
Shop at Branch village, employed good workmen,
and is now prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmith -
ing, including
HOUSE ,k OX SHOEING,
in a style that cannot be surpassed in this part o
the State. He solicits the patronage of the pub
lit, confident that he can satisfy them both as to
the quality of his woik and prices.
BYRON MASON.
Branch, October 5, 1859. 13 ly
~FRED. RUDOLPH,
DEALER IN*
WINES & LIQUORS
AND
RECTIFIER of WHISKEY.
Whiskey by the Barrel at
Chicago Prices.
BRANDIES from $1 to $8 per GAL'N
Corner Eighth and Quay streets, south
side, Manitowoc. 15tf
FURNITURE ROOM!
3ST- AT*US NTOIST,
Keeps constantly on hand a general as
sortment of
FUH3STXTXJXUE!
such as
TABLES, BEDSTEADS,
STANDS AAD BUREAUS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS
OF ALL KINDS.
TE R M S—C ASH.
Office— Noxt<loor to PLATT’S STORE,
on Commercial Street.
Manitowoc, Aug. 10th, 1859. 5-tf.
Great Excitement!!
—A T—
jezm. /'ta.. slm *
NEW GOODS!!
lAM constantly receiving from the East and
South, any quantity of
KEW goods:
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS!
CROCKERY,
HARD-W ARES
BOOTS & SHOES, dec.,
all of which I wlill sell as
CHEAP FORCASII
as any es'ab’ishmcnt in the West, and will ex
change on liberal terms for
FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE,
and will pay
fl ■
when required, and will buy
LUMB Kit , SHl etc.,
and in fact everything that the people of Mani
towoc and adjoining counties have to sell in this
market.
I can convince all of the truth of the above
statement, by calling at the old stand
ON YOliK STREET,
And further, in no case will I deviate
from the
CASH OR HEADY PAY SYSTEM.
nl-tf. E. 11. RAND.
The American
SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION
BY SALE AND DONATION,
Libraries, Singing Hooks, l*a
pers, Reward Cards, &r.
j Chicago street, ,>ne door west of NorlL.
MEAD HOLMES, S. 8 Mis? ionary.
GKO. KAHLEK,
at the old stand of A. W. Bowmn, wholesale
and retail dealer in
FRUITS! CONFECTIONERY!
GROCERIES,
OYSTERS I
cC’C.f it'C.
A constant supply of the abote—the best in
market—at email profits—for Ready Pay.
Cash Paid for Produce I
Manitowoc, January 7, 1800. 26
COLLINS & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TT) O. H. PLATT,
Wlioksalc &, Retail Dealers in
MERCHANDISE
LBHMB AMD SHINGLES,
Corner of Seventh anil Commercial streets
MANITOWOC.
HAVING Tills DAY purchased the mercan
tile interest of O. 11. PLATT, the business
will continue as heretofore, and be conducted on
a liberal scale by us under the name and firm of
COLLINS & Cos.
G. B. COT LIN'S, )
JACOB ITALVERSOX. )
Manitowoc, January 2, 1860.
NOTI CE
T3 HEREBY GIVEN that we hare this day sold
I our Hardware establishment, together with
the accounts and notes, to Mr. SOCKATE3
HILL, for whom we ask a continuance of the
kindness and custom heretofore bestowed upon
us. BORCUERDT & SMITH.
Manitowoc, January 14, 1860.
In conformity with the above, I would inform
my friends and the community that I shall con
tinue to deal in
STOY E S I
TIN AND HARD-WARE,
at the old stand of
BORCUERDT fc SMITH j
where all are requested to call and examine stock
and prices.
All Rook Account!* and \otcs
of the late firm will remain in the store until 'he
16th of March next, to be settled by Mr. Bor
cherdt. All remaining unsettled at that date
will be left with Win. Waldo, E-q.. for collection
SOCRATES HILL.
Arrival of New Goods!
THE SI BSCRIBER respectfully in
forms the citizens ot Manitowoc county that
he has just returned from New York with a large
and extensive assortment of
DRY GOODS!
GEOCERIES
PROVISIONS,
&o . , &c .
which were purchased low, and will be sold
Clie a p for Cash!
OR READY PAY. The store is full of GOOD
GOODS. There is hardly room to turn round.
GOOD B AR
can bo made by those who will call and pur
chase. Remember that our motto is “Cash or
Ready pay,” and that the establishment is loca
ted on York street, west of the National Hotel-
O. TOKRISON.
Manitowoc, Oct. 8, 1809. 14-3 m
CLIPPER CITY
FLOURING MILLS!
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid in CASH for Wheat,
RYE AND CORN.
/"tEORGE DWYER respectfully informs the
vJT citizen* of Manitowoc and adjoining coun
ties, that his Mills, situated on Commercial St.,
Manitow'C, west of Goodnou’s Store, are now
iu the best condition, and he is ready to do
CUSTOM WORK
on the shortest notice, and warrants as good
work as any mills west of New York.
A Large Quantity of Flour,
constantly kept on hand, and sold at Chicago
jerice*.
The patronage of the public is respectfully so
licited GEORGE DWYER.
Manitowoc, July, lßfcD. nl-tf.
A OAFLD
OLD IRONSIDES IN TOWN!!
AT THE
Brick Hardware Store!
YORK STREET,
Can he found a full Stork of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
IKON, NAILS, AC.,
Ami at Reduced Prices. R. H. TfIURBER,
nl'tf. Aeent.
— NATIONAL HOTEL
Livery Stable!
IMIE undersigned keeps In connection with his
Hotel, a first class
Livery Stable,
Where the best of Horses and Carriages can be
found stall times with or without driver!.
rff"PHc# reasonable.
THOS. WLKDIA.TE.
Manitowoc, Jnly 2t>tth, 1&69. nit-lP
WISTAH’S
BALAAM
— of —
WILD CHERRY.
The best remedy ever
known to rasn for the
permanent CERE OF
CONSUMPTION, and
all its incipient symp
toms, such as
Coughs , Colds,
Hoar-senes , In
fluenza, Croup,
Bleeding of the
L ungs, L ive r aj -
lections. Pains
in the IB'east or
Side , Phthisic,
Night Sweats , j
In ft a m mat ion of
the Pilings and
Throat , \Vhoop
ing Cough, *l-a
-thma, and all
Bronchial Af
fections.
Through the winter
month.', coughs and
colds are mast prevalent
of all the ills that flesh
is heir to. We would
vdvise such of our read
ers, and others, who
may be thus affiictcd.to
avail themselves of that
excellent medicine,
; “Wisraa’* Balsam or
Wild Cbfrrv,” which,
j judging from our expe
j lienee and that of oth
j ers, we consider it be
ing one of the safest
j and most tffectual iem
edies that have ever
j been concocted for the j
j above complaints, and
which meets with the
i cordial approval of ma
|ny of the best physi- ,
! cians. And as “delays
! are dangerous.” and ,
i coughs and colds fire
i quently terminate in
consumption,this agree- ,
able ami efficacious re- !
medy should at once be
resorted to,
Wistar’s Balsam,—
We regard the wild
cherry tree as one of
Nature’s own physicians |
—a sort of Good Sam a- ■
ritan of the forest—for
its “medical gum” ha? j
relieved the sufferings
and saved the lives of
thousands. The Bal
sam prepared by Hr.
Wistars i a pure and
perfectly reliable preps
a ration of the real
Cherry Es c ce, and it
Is a remedy by no
moans bad to take.”—
We speak confidently
and strongly in its fa
vor, from having wit
nessed its renovating
influence in consump
tive cases, when all
other prescriptions had
proved of no effect.
MYGENAHtt SITTERS,
A SURE CURE FOR
DYSPEPSIA,
AND
All Diseases having their Ori
gin in Imperfect Digestion ,
or a deranged condition
of the /Stomach.
There is no remedy known so efficacious in
removing this general disease—this general
prostitution of the whole man, as the Orygena*
ted Bitten. They attack the disease in its cita
del, by reviving the sinking powers of the pa
tient ; by restoring lost appetite, correcting
acidity, pur’tfuug and strengthening the gastric
juice, arid rendering it capable of properly and
thoroughly dissolving the food, thus forming
healthy chyme and chyle , and preparing the aib
sorbents to take up the nourishment and caty
it into the system, thus renovating the old and
crazy machine by new modelling and purifying
the whole mass of blood. In a word, it can bo
shown from hundreds of certificates, from the
most eminent and reliable persons, that there is
no medicine cafculated to pour oil into tbe ex
hausted lamp of life like the Oxygenated Biller*.
Let all, then, when health begins to fail;
when the vital powers seem first to bo giving
vay; when tbe appetite first begihs to fail, and
the nerve* to tremble; when a man, instead of
1 beh:, - refreshed and invigorated hy sleep,
“ Tired nature’s sweet restorer,”
j find himself more wo,try in the morning than
when he went to bed at night—let him delay no
! longer, but once commence taking his BtUert.—-
Ho will soon find, as 1 have, the flagging pow
| era of nature revivi: g, and general health re
turning. Cut it is unnecessary lo say more, as
no one can knaw me value of this medicine un
til he tries if. JOHN 1). PARK, Proprietor,
Dealer in Patent Medicines, Fancy goods and
, Toilet Articles, 121 Lake street, Chicago.
T. k J. iiOIIINSON, Manitowoc.
14 ly JOHN OSWALD, Two Kiverr,.
1859. NEW STAND. 1859.
SADDLE. HARNESS AND
TRUNK MANUFACTORY
rpHE subscriber has removed the above cstab
i I. lishment to his building in the new block on
I Quay Street—the street next t< the river on the
i South side—near the bridge. Ho has also ju<t
; bnrehased a large stock of materials, and will
■ manufacture and keep constantly on hand
Saddles , Harnesses, Trutiles, Callers,
Whips and Spurs ,
lie has also for sale, and makes to order all
kinds of Upbolstry, such as
Spring Beds, Lounges, &c.,
And every article in hi* line o( business, Job
bing done at short notice,
nl-tf. MICHAEL KPHL.
W. r. ELDIiIDOE,
VT7ILL servo Summons and Complaints, and
\ V will make the necessary afblrrit of ser
vice; sell Real Estate on Judgment of Foreclos
ure of Mortgage, and will do
A General Collecting Business.
All collections promptly remitted.
RSrKR TO 11? PKHSMiKtION,
Peckl-arn A Hloodg'.od, Alt ’yS, Milwaukee,
i C. A. Eldri Ige, “ Fund du Lao
Wrn R. fiorsliue, “ Slivboygan,
, S. A. Wood, “ Manitowoc,
j L. T. Warren, “ **
| Charles Esalitiger, “ “
J. D. Markham, ‘‘ “
Wm. M. Nichols,
! Cross A Parrish, “ Milwaukee,
Carey A Pratt, “ ■
• E- I'ox Cook, *• Sheboygan,
■ Geo. 11. Wood, “ Green Bay.
Butler, Huttrick A Cottrill, Atl’ys, Milwaukee
Manitowoc, July 14, 1859. nl if.
DKI.EVS Arabian Heave Rcmcdv, for sale
f nl-lf TAJ. ROBINSON.
Dr. Guysotl's
EXTRACT
YELLOW DOCK,
—an—
and
Tha Great Purifyor
of the Blood,
An infallible remedy
for
Scrofula, King's
Evil, Jiheumat
ism, Obstinate
Cutamm* Erup
tion<?, Pimples
or Pustules on
the Face, Boils,
Blotches, Chro
nic Sore Byes,
Ping worm, Tet
te r, Enlarge
ment and Pain
in the Bones or
Points , Stubborn
Ulcers , Syphili
tic Disorders,
Lumbago,
and all diseases arising
from an ii judicious use
of Mercury, Impru
dence of Life, or Impu
rity of the blood. This
great alterative medi
cine and purifyer of the
blood is now used by
thousands of grateful
patients, from ail part*
of the United States,
who testify daily on tho
remarkable cures, per*
formed by the greatest
of all medicines, Gcv
soTt’s Extract or Yel
low Dock and Sarsa
p a r i l l a, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Scrofula,
Eruptions on the skin.
Liver Diseases, Fevers,
Ulcer Sores, Affections
of the ktdiieya, Diseases
of the throat, Female
complaints. Pains and
aching of the bones and
joints, are speedily put
to ll ; ght by using this
great and inestimable
remedy. For all di? 3
eases of the blood noth
ing has yet been found
to compare w ith it. It
clean?®? the blood of
all impurities, p.c‘B gen
tly and efficiently on
the Liver and Kidneys,
strengthens the diges
tion, gives lone to the
stomach,makes the skin
clear and healthy, and
restores the Constitu
tion enfeebled by dis
-1 ease or broken down
by tho excesses of
youth, to pristine vigor
and strength.
The Pres 3 , Hold
j Keepers, Me.gV.ratc?,
\ Physicians and pnblic
! men, well known in the
! community, all add
I iheir testimony to the
[ wonderful t ffects of this
I great Blood Purifier.

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