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Agents for the Pilot. —Room Laxgdoh, *i>s, Randolph Street, Chicago, are authorized Agents for the Pilot. Advertisert trill please bear in mind that the Pilot has note the largest circula tion of any Knylish pajter printed in this Tounfy, ami that it ts for their interest to use its columns. Ad, ertise in it, and (here by increase your business. TOWN AND COUNTRY. For Clerk of the Board. The undersigned respectfully announces himself to the people of Manitowoc conn tj as a candidate for Clerk of the Board of Supervisor*, and promises, if elected, to fulfill its duties impartially and correct.— He pledges himself, if elected, to be wil ling to retire at the end ol hi*term,believ ing that no man should hold office all his life. He asks the support of his friends throughout the county. PATRICK HOGAN. Franklin, Oct. *24, 1860. As we Expected. Last week we gave notice to the Demo rrafs of the county to look out for LIES, FALSE STATEMENTS, and SLANDERS, which would be circulated before election by hitch, Reuter <k Cos., and too late to be contradicted. esterday’s Herald prove* the assertion, which is filled up with arti cles of this kind. We h ipe every reader of the Pilot will get a glimpse of that dirty *heet, and examine its statements. It is the paid organ of the People's Treasury, and yet it does not deny a single fact stat ed in last week's Pilot against Charles A. Reuter. It goes behind the hush, and in stead of justifying Mr. R., it comes out with new falsehoods against Crowley and the Pilot. If Mr. Reuter can get elected County Treasurer on no merit of his own, but on the strength of LIES circulated by bis pimp and whiffet, Fitch, it is well.— But we think the 1 )emocrrts of this coun ty are reading and thinking men, and will act independent of the paid organ of a man who dares not avow his own name, hut is sailing under an assumed cognomen.— FACTS will prevail against FALSE HOODS. Look out for more LIES before Elec- 1 (ion. The next Herald will be full of them. First Assembly District. ('apt. Sprague, of Mishicott, announces himself an independent candidate for As sembly in the last Herald —the organ of the bolters in tlie county from Breckin ridge down. Mr. Sprague will not get votes enough to swear by after election. Ho w necessary is it, then, that every Dein- j ocrat in this district should vote for Mr. Barry, a competent man, an honest man,] and every way titled for the office. Dem ocrats will not be gulled by such a trick as Filch, Reuter, and Sprague, have set before them. It is a cheat, and our friends will pass it by. Barry is the man for Assembly. ——— Is Reuter a Douglas Man? To convince our readers that Charles A. Kectkii is not a friend of Stephen A. Douglas, and therefore cannot lea Dem ocrat, we copy the follow ing from a Bkeck in ridge paper published at Beaver Dam. Here is what it says concerning the ‘‘old Squire,” and we hope it will be read care fully; “ Mr. Rei ter is one of the nominees in Manitowoc County that the Douglasi tes propose to bolt. Their only excuse for J this is, that Mr. Reuter prefer* that the gallant Breckinridge, should he elected President over Mr. Douylas , who is oppo sed by the present Democratic I’resident and all hi* cabinet.” Compliments to Mr. McLean. Our candidate for Senator, Hector Me- 1 f.k a s’, is receiving handsome compliments from the Democratic papers of the State. The Peoples Press says: 19th Senate District. —The Demo I oralic Convention of the 19’.h Senatorial | district, composed of the counties of Man itowoc and Calumet, have nominated Hec tor McLean, of Calumet. This is repre sented to us as an excellent nomination and certain of success. The Milwaukee Xcws mentions his nom ination as follows: Senatorial Nomination. —The demo crats of Manitowoc and Calumet held their Senatorial convention last Saturday, and nominated Hector McLean, of Calu met Cos., for Slate Senator. It is a strong nomination and nire to be elected. Mwmcorr —We wi-h to inform the Democrats of the town of Mishicott that the Breckinridge candidate for County | Treasurer will visit them on Saturday am! Sunday next. When he travels,the Conn tv Treasury goes with him, but wo doubt verv much whether the true Doug aus men of that town will be Itouyht up by him.— The Democrats of Mishicott are Douglas men, and no friend of Bolling Brechin ridge will receive their \otes. Ball!—Mr. Anton Slater announces that there will be a Grand Ball at his house on the evening of the 4th of No vember. He invites every good Douglas Democrat to attend, and partake of his hospitality. £4T Minne-'ta has about !To,ooo in bsbitaoU. In she had about 6,000. To Consumptives. Ihe Advertiser, bavingbeen restored to health in a few weeks bv a verv simple after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption—is anx ious to make known to Lis fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge,) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they w ll find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron chitis, Ac. The only object of the adver tiser in sending the Prescription is to ben efit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer w ill try his reme dy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Paities wishing the prescription will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburgh, Kings County, New York. The Crops of the North-West—lts Immense Amount and the Profit on it. —The Chicago Herald has an elaborate article on the Wheat Crop of the North- West, this year. It says ; “ The cost of raising wheat, including : interest on the land, in the Northwestern i States, is about *ff per acre. This with a j yield of eighteen bushels, would make the I cost of the wheat to the farmer, at barely ! a living price, fifty cents per bushel. With ! a yield of twenty eight bushels, the cost would be reduced to about thirty-five cents per bushel. The price of wheat at the farmer’s market in the Northwest will not average as low as fifty cents. The crop of 1860 has thus far yielded the farmer at his door 75 cents per bushel. No crop is more certain or pleasanter of cultivation. Four fifths of the entire crops of the great States enumerated above is spring or sum mer wbeat, and the best of it is nearly equal to common red winter.” The New York World remarks as follows of the magnitude of the grain trade of Chicago and Milwaukee : “The extent of the wheat trade of Chi cago and Milwaukee at this time is mar vellous. The historical importance of Dantzic, Hamburg and Odessa dwindle in to colonial insignificance, compared with these new wheat emporiums of the North west. The grain commerce of Lake Michigan is greater than that of the At lantic Ocean. Chicago and Milwaukee receive and ship more wheat than any four cities on the globe. These receipts of wheat at these two cities, since harvest, have been nearly ten millions of bushels! The receipts for any day the past week, at these markets, would give one bushel to every inhabitant of \ ermunt; and the receipts of the week would feed all Massa chusetts for six months. It is no figure of speech to say, that the Northwest can “ feed the world.” Strange Disease among Cattle. —The Coffeeville (Miss.) Intclliyencer says a somewhat strange and curious disease has made its appearance among the cattle of that vicinity. The disease seems only to affect the eye At first appearance it dis charges an unusual quantity of water, and then the eye is gradually covered with a whitish scum which blinds it effectually, i Nearly ail the cattle in this neighborhood j have gone blind in consequence of it. — We have heard no explanation as yet to the probable cause of the disease. X-cT During our late visit at Milwaukee, we had the pleasure of participating in the luxuries afforded at the Walker House, and we do not hesitate in recommending the above House to the public as second to none in the West. A. C. Bentlf.y, the gentlemanly landlord, spares no pains in ! making it in eveiy way worthy of the lib- j eral patronage which he receives from j the traveling portion of community, and j the public in general. The Walker House i is fast gaining a reputation, and those w ho j have stopped there speak very highly of it as being a first class hou-te, _ __ Good Horse Shoes. — Among the pre- | miums awarded at the late County Fair was one to Brva N M ason for the best I horse shoes exhibited. Mr. Mason keeps a shop at Branch village, and he not only is a first late horse-shoer, hut a good me chanic in every branch of blacksmithing. His advertisement can be seen in another column. —— Census Returns— Correction. —The Milwaukee and other papers are publish ing a table of the population of the differ ent counties of the Sta’e in which Manito woc is put down at 18,000. This is a grand mistake, for the exact number of our people is ‘JJ Iff4 Will our Milwaukee co tempo!anes make the correction? Circuit Court. — The October term of our Cir. uit Court commenced on Monday last, and will probably conclude to mor row. A large number of persons procured their first and second naturalization pa pers. &'■&' Wheat, Rye, Oats, Potatoes, But ter, Eggs, Ashes, Black Sails and Ca-h, taken in exchange for goods, at the corner store. BARNES, BRO. A CO. Fully ten per cent of all the tppar cut gold coin in circulation, is estimated to be l og ;s ; much of it being eo admira bly executed to docieve bank officers and other first class judges. The natural and legitim ale loss in gold coin is im mense. Ihe estimated loss on the coin in circulation in the L’nited Stales it over $1,000,000 per annum. The Prince Started for Home. Portland, Maine, Oct. 21. The special train from Boston with the Prince and suite, crossed the citv line at 9:40, which was announced by a National ■salute of thirtv-three gens fiom Bramoall Hill. He was reeeived by the Mayor in a biief speech of welcome. The Prince raised his hat in return; he rode in the Mayor’s barouche w ith his honor the May or, Duke of Newcastle and Lord Lvons ; the royal suite followed in five carnages. They were escorted by the First Regiment. lie embarked at 3:15, the military pre senting arras befoe the Prince, He shook hands w ith Lords Lyons, the British Consul and others. As the Roval barge left the waarf, the British squadron fired a Royal salute of twenty-oi e guns, and similar salutes were fired from the city and Fort Preble. The harbor was full of steamers, boats, barges, Ac., which ac companied the Royal barge to the wharf, the latter being surrounded by boats from the Royal squadron filled with British offi cers. There was a fresh easterly breeze Mow ing, and the water in the harbor was quite rough, so that the boats rowed quite slow ly. As the fleet neared the royal squad ron the yards were manned. Jt was wit nessed by an immense concourse of peo ple. At half past 4 the squadron sailed, steaming out of the harbor—the Hero leading, followed by the Nile, Ariadne, Flying Fish and the Styx, saluted, and be ing saluted by the fort as they passed. Douglas in Missouri. Jefferson City, Oct. 20. Judge Douglas’ trip from St. Louis to City was a continued ovation He was hailed with shouts of welcome all along the road, and the eager multitudes assembled at the principal station would not let him pass without speaking. He is now addressing a vast crowd in front of the capitol. Immense enthusiast! pre vails. Dastardly (>l trace. — Last evening as Rev. Mr. Donahue, pastor of St, John’s (Catholic) Cathedral, of this city, was re turning from the house of a friend, and when near the Sum merfield Church, four young men or rather blackguards, well dressed, and having the appearance of gentlemen, assaulted him, one seizing him by the throat, while the other struck him in the face with a heavy stone. He cried “ murder,” and as one of the street cars was in sight, the scoundrels tied precipi tately. He was taken to his residence, and the wound, which is over the eye and a very severe one, properly dressed and cared for. The timely appearance of the cars, no doubt, deterred these desperadoes from carrying into execution their mur derous intentions. The reverend gentle man, who is the idol of his congregation, and much respected by citizens generally, is unconscious of ever having done any thing by word or act, that would provoke such a dastardly assault. He was unable to recognize any of the parties, and the affair must necessarily remain a mystery. —Mil J J ress , 1 Qth. Extraordinary Suicide. —The son Mr. B radbury, of (he eminent firm of Brad bury 6c Evans, of London, printers and proprietors of Punch and other well know n publications,has recently committed suicide in a verv remarkable manner. He went to Cremorne Gardens and spent the eve ning in (be amusements of ibaf celebrated place. Towards the close of tbe enter tainment he proomed silver for a ten pound note, and, going to the front of the dancing platform, scattered it among the crowd. He then called fora glass of grog, and,having emptied into it a phial of prus sic acid, made a speech, proposed the health of the company, and alas! fell dead in the scene of that w ild riot and confusion. He was a young man of great ability and promise, and verv recently was presented with a gold watch by the Emoeror of the French, in acknowledgement of an im provement he had made in printing. — The Original Rail Splitter. —Brig* ham Young was born in Cayuga county. New York, and in his youth split rai:e there. It is lucky that the Chicago Con vention did not know it, or they would have nominated for President the man from the home of Seward, w ith the accom plishments of Lincoln, and could start Ids campaign with seventy-five wives and ‘240 children. Democratic Gain of Congressmen.— In Pennsylvania, where the democrats had but three out of twenty-five, they have gained two certainly, and possibly three or four. The Republicans will have but eighteen or twenty where they now have twenty two. In Ohio, where the democrats had but six out of twenty-one Congressmen, they have made a gain of three, and lost one. The democrats will now have eight to the Republicans thirteen. In Indiana the democrats have elected the same number as before. The Repub licans now have seten of the eleven mem bers.—jVeirs. Cholera in Malaga, Spain. — A letter from Malaga, dated Sept. 10th, speaking of the ravages of cholera, says : From the Ist of August to the sth of September it caused 637 deaths. 425 of which occurred within the last fifteen days of that period. During those fifteen days there were more deaths than ever occurred \ there in any two month* of any previous year. The city of Malaga lias 105,000. A display of jewelry was witness ed in New York, on opening day, which must have pleased the ladies. At one store, a riviere of diamonds worth £l6 500 attracted attention. It was a chain ofdl brilliants that glittered and sparkled with every motion, like the wavelets of a crys tal stream under the rat s of the sun. One, the solitaire, which glittered in the front, was alone worth £5,000. jj-ef The man that heat Abe Lincoln for the office of constable, many years ago, is now a citizen Tehama county, Cal ifornia. llis name is E. Garland, and he goes it strong for Douglas. He says if Lincoln had not run against him for con ' stable, nobod* would hk ba\e thought of running him for President. 1 A Scitadle Present to a Lady* Friend. | —How often are we puzzled to think of ! an appropriate and acceptable present to 1 give to a friend, something that would be useful as well as ornamental, and be val ■ ued fur its intrinsic utility—something that would be appreciated and kept for its ( every-day usefulness, and one that would remind us often of the donor while we are engaged in our daily avocations. It has been found in the present recently male ; to me of a Pearl double threaded sewing ■ machine, such as are made by the Chicago Sewing Machine Cos. Yout machines are | an ornament to any household, work like : a charm, and indeed accomplish all the ! purposes for which they are intended. From your friend, LYDIA B. GATES, Chicago, 111. To the Chicago Sewing Machine Co.— In acknowledgment of your very accept able present 15 2w JE3T" The richest man in St. Louis, is James H. Lucas, banker, worth, it is said, §5,000,000. Peter Lindell’s estate is put down at §4,000,000, and that of Benoist, banker, at §1,000,000. Announcement. I hereby announce myself to the l >emo cracy of the 2nd Assembly District as a candidate for re election to the Assembly at the forthcoming election. HENRY MULIIOLLAND. DIED. In Kossuth, Manitowoc comity, on the 121st inst, Mr. RICHARD KEENAN, ; aged 45 years, a native of the parish of I Rathrnoline, county of Meath, Ireland. Manitowoc Market. OFFICE OF THE PILOT, } Manitowoc, Oct 2t3. f | WHEAT, White Winter, 00(it I*s j do lied, do 85(<t 90 : do Spring, 75(<j 80 j CORN', 50 OATS, 13 POTATOES, 1 5(3 20 BEANS, as per quality, 1 00(31 50 BARLEY, 4 0(1(45 HAY, per ton, $6 00 FLOUR, White Winter, £5 50 do Red, do $5 00 do Spiing extra, 4.50 do Supcttine, S4OO CORN MEAL, 1 26 PORK, Mess per bbl, 18(320 i SALT, ],63 BUTTER, 10(7713 EGGS, <J@7 SUGAR, Brown, 8(3 In do Crushed and refined, 12^- COFFEE, Rio, 16(3 lb Java,. 18(fi>20 LUMBER, Common, $7 do 2nd quality, sl2 00 do Ist do $lO 00 SHINGLES, common, $1 00(31 25 do Warranted, 1 60(31 75 do Sawed, 1 50(3 1 75 LATH, $2 00 HITE FISH, 000(37 bbl TROUT, $4(35 00 ST. CHARLES SALOON, Eating Establishment, and IZII.LIAUH TABLES. Manitowoc, BROKAW & CAMP. Proprietors. THE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the eit'zens of town and country, and visitors from abroad, that th-y have recently fitted up and furnished throughout, the Brick Building on the corner opposite the National Hotel, where can at all t ines be found everything 5u the cit ing line, including Oysters, Game, Alc., which will be served up in the best style and on the shortest notice. We have also one of Pliclau'H Hilliard Tablet), for the use of guests, and our BAR will he sup-, plied with the choicest LIQUORS and CIGARS. Wo intend to make our establishment a II O .11 E ” for the weary, the hungry, the thirsty, and the pleasure-seeker, a?rd solicit the patronage of the public. Ha’ing a large DANCING HALL at tached, wc are prf pared to accommodate parties with refreshments. STKVKK K. 11ROKAW. FARMENK CAMP. Manitowoc, October 25, 1800. Notice. WHEREAS, my wife Catharine has left my bed and hoard, without any jut cause or provocation, this is to forbid all persons from trusting or harboring her on my account, as J will pay no debts of her contracting. JOHN SIMON. Kossuth, Manitowoc Cos., Oct. 20, 1860. mm- t *3 r mss I THRESH Baltimore and New York Buy Oysters received daily, and sold at 65 cents per can, We serve them up in every style at our Restau rant, and will accommodate families by the can. BROKAW k CAMP. Manitowoc, Octobc r IS, 180°. the BANK OF MANITOWOC: WILL BUY AND SKLL Foreign and Inland Exchange, Gold, Silver , and Uncurrrnt Money, At Current Hales. C. C. BARNES, Pres't. J. C. BARNES, Cashier. 20 National Billiard Saloon. JOHN P. DIX, Proprietor. A NEW Billiard Table, with Phelan’s improv cd cushions, has lately been added to this establishment. I also have on hand a choice lot of Brandies and wines, especially for medicinal purposes, which I will sell by the bottle only.— My stock of Cigars, Liquors, etc., is the best in this county; Lemons by the dozen at cts. Manitowoc, July, 1859. nl-tf. JOHN?. DIX. GEO. KAHLER, at the old stand of A. W. Bowman, wholesale and retail dealer in FRUITS! CONFECTIONERY! GROCERIES, OYSTERS! <i’Cdr . j A con Unf supply of the above—the best in I market-—at small profits - for Ready Par. Arrival c( New Goods! For Fall and Winter Trade. AT TOIIRISON’S. THE St HSCItIltl'.R respectfully in forms the citizens of Mui ovroc county that he has just returned from New York with a large and extensive assortment of DRY GOODS! groceeies PROVISIONS, c• , Ac c . which were purchased low, and will he sold Cheap for Ca g h I OR READY PAY. The store is full of GOOD GOODS. There is hardly room to tarn round. GOOD BARG A INS can be 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, nest of the National Hotel- O. TORRISON. Manitowoc, Oct. 19, 1860. IMMENSE CROWDS!! OF M EN, WOMEN & CHILDREN Can he constantly seen going to und from the Store of BARNES. BRO. & CO.. Corner of Sfli and York Street, with smiling countenances, and grateful hearts because of the GREA T BA RGA INS They have made in buying- STAPLE AND FANCY DEY GOODS GROCERIES, BRO VISIONS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AN I) SHOES , READY MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE, IRON\ STEEL, NAILS , GLASS, and a great many other good-*, we will not take up the time of the indulgent reader to mention We quote the prices of some of the goods we have for sale: Denims, 9 els Wool Hats, 50 cts Tickings, 8 els Caps fur 12 V cts Sheetings, 7 cts Boy’s Boots $1,12 V Calicoes, 7 cts Men’s “ 82 Coats, $3.50 Children’s Shoes 1 5cts Vests, 75cts Women’s “ 50cts. and other goods at relatively low figures. We have o:i hand and for sale a large assort ment of the latest and best patterns ot COOKING , PARLOR AXD EOXSTOiES COPPER, TIT AXD SHEET IRON WIRE and cooking utensils of all kinds. Sausage Fillers, anew kind. Xlcuf Min cers of anew device In short we keep for sale every liing kept sr. any Store from the finest cambric needle to the most ponderous crow-bar. We would inyite the people of this and the adjoining counties, to call ar and exam'ne cur stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. All of the goods in our Dry Goods Department are BRIGHT AND NEW right from the EASTERN MARKETS. NO REMNANTS OR SHELF WORN GOODS OF ANY KLVD. Call and sec us, and if we don’t give more and hater goods for yr.ur money than any other Store in town, our name is not BARNES. BRO A CO. Manitowoc, pet, 19, 186'). n47-tf. R E-OPENING or THE WALKER HOUSE, JIILHAIRE. rpnis HOUSE has been re-opened, and is now J. ready for guests. Thorough repairs, im provements, and additions have been nude the present season. The interior has undergone a comp’ete change, so that the -‘WALKER” Is in fact a New House. No pains have been spared in fitting up and furnishing entirely with new furniture, making it complete in all its arrange ments. The Proprietor confidently believes he antici pates the wishes of the traveling public, by op ening and keeping the “W ALKLR as a first class Hotel, and hopes to merit their approba tion ami patronage A. C. BENTLEY, Proprietor. Milwaukee, August 14, 1860. ~CLIPPER CITY FLOURING MILLS! highest market price ; Paid In CASH for Wheat, RYE AND CORN. G4EOKGE DWYER respectfully Informs the t citizens of Manitowoc and adjoining coun ; ties, that his Mills, situated on Commercial S*., | Manitowve, west of Goodnou’s Store, are now in the best condition, and he ia ready to do CUSTOM WORK lon the shortest notice, and warrants as good ; work as any mills west of New fork. A Large Quantity of Flour, constantly kept on hand, and sold at Chicago j frrices. ! Tim patronage of the public is respec'fnllv so licited GEORGE DWYER. 1 Manitowoc, July, 1659. nl-tf. List of Letters Remaining at the Post Office at Manitowoc for quarter ending Sept. 30, 1860. Anderton James Mevcr George Behrens Claus Henrich Micanesh George Baily Charles '*arshal F A Pathrick HD M .rein Lucy Brown E A Marcano Mrs Mary Branigan Mrs P Morse Charles Bon Mr? E Morresy Johanna Crenny Joa MurdickSP Caldwell Margaret Norriss Josephine 2 Castongnay Paul O’Conor John Drum F Onant Frid Dow L Ranch Anton Dawson Mrs E Kohlock II Durgin E 2 Roberts C II Kggert A Robinson John A Fuchner Carl Rice & Sweet Fetzcr G Roundy Lydia A French H W Rannie Mary J Fran tens'one J Range J Fulmer M Wm SuelHow G Folmer Joseph Schmidt Ileinr Gernerork Aug Small Mary E Gerster F Squinnlls F S Emerson Lyman Sherwood Wm Eisle F Smith L A Ellerston D F Slime L Greenman E las Schnll J i Gordon Janies Tempcl R Hemrich Nicholas Tenny 11 M k D R | Jarney Joseph Thomson James Kemper Henry Teche John Kciffer Premia Thomson J Kmi* J/rs o Ten Eyck E F Ko! rich M Westphal Christ ■ K’yray Mrs S Wiedenhoeft II < Ka|>pe Isidor WickertJ j Koblike Anthony West John | Kouhoul J Whaney sney : Leyro Casper Queerville J. ! Lutz M Yo-f KuK Langenfeld F Z : p;erer Jos Scandinavian Lkttkrs. | Thompson Tower Larson Lir Eagstrom Toretenson Torsten Ko'.sou Ivcr | Thompson Toilet Johaneis ni J.-hanes ! Torrison K'md Jucrsen Jugeber j Torgerson Os I lame e J Ila’deison Sorensen L is Halverson Simon Sander Sanderson Jeralds.m Even ■ Olson Tcrber Engbretsen E foclken i Olofi-en Olof F, hlenson Knud Olsen Gjerald Chrestensen Clans Oletatter Jugberg Dolshad Ivor Nielsen Jesse C Pera ms calling for tlie above letters will please say advertised. A. WITT MANN, P. M, ] 860. THE STEAM Eli HURON leaves the North Pier every morning at 8 o’clock (Thursday excepted] (or Sheboygan, Port Wash ingtou, and Milwaukee, making close connec tion with the Steamer t.jizollc for Chicago. Manitowo', June 22, 1800. noO tf BLACK SALTS WAITED, | 1 / 1A TONS BLACK SALTS WANTED, for JL v/v/ which the highest market price will |be paid by the undersigned. We shall soon be prepared to buy all the House and Field Ashes that arc offered in this market, BARNES, BRO. & CO. Five Hollars liewaid. STRAYED OK STOLEN from the 'd subscriber in Manitowoc, about the 'JUAJLL middle of July, a red farrow COW, about 10 or 11 years old. Her horns turned down towards her ey,s, had a white stripe on her forehetd, and carried a broken bell. The above reward will be paid for her return, or for positive information of her whereabouts. EDW’I) SULLIVAN. Manitowoc, Auguft 31, ISCO. Xj.AXS.~H2 1X0U313 • - 5 ' j - . . ! i .... ..... ■ | • i ;v, !' ■ .lit !t* HkSyV'/.’ . r C r;3 JITj- •• i. r I “ ; Ukl v -ij * ... | L. - ,7 , v L Aft i-t -l igate Milwaukee, - - Wisconsin. J. TOLE, PuorRiETOB. This House is within five rninutes walk of the Steamboat Landing, and close to the Chicago Depot. Term?—One Dollar per day. N. B. Good Stabling attached. I). M D. riOMOEAPATHrST AND SURGEON Treats all ACUTE, CHRONIC and SURGICAL diseases to w hich Men, Women nntl Children are subject, GOOD REFERENCES GIVEN. OlTiee and residence on York Street Manito woc, Wisconsin. 2-3-tf. Boots and Shoes! OF ALL KINDS FOR ME\,WOMEN ATI) CIIILDREV. \*gf\ THE undersigned respectfully /Nf x. informs the public that he has re- It? 1 < ently opened a Hoot si lid Shoe Shop on York street, between trie store of Beer A Kern and the Pilot office,where he will keep constantly on hand, and manufac ture to order, all varieties of Hoots ami Shoes, which in style, quality, arid price, cinnotbe sur passed. REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. £5*T Prices low, and all woik warranted. Jtl €ll AS. 1) HUBERT. Manitowoc, August 31, 1860. CHEAP APPLE TREES. 50.000 ScecUmf) Apple Tree# rpiJE subscriber has at his Nursery in the It I War !in the city of Oshkosh, about Flty Thousand Heedling Apple Trees, four and five years old, and from six to seven feet high, which he offers at ihe low price of |4,00 per h unand, or £30,00 per thousand- They me well shaped, and in good heal thy condition. JAMES O'BRIEN, March 1, 1860. Nuissrym.tn, Oshkosh. Agents wanted, to whom greater inducements such as cannot be equalled by any other house are offered. Any peison, in any part of the country, can be an agent, simply by forming a dab, sending a list 01 books, and re mitting the amount of money required for the same. Send for a Catalogue, which contains all the desired information relative to ageedes and the formation of clubs; and to insure prompt and honorable dealings, address all orders to the HEAD of GEO. G. EVAN'S propri etor of the oldest and largest gift book establish ment in the world. Permanently located at No. 439 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Every Family Wants Sewing Machine. [Double Threaded.! SEND IN YOUR ORDERS! Prices: jVo. 1, $25/ JVo. 2, S3O/ J\ T o. 3, $35. Manvfac t tiring Mrch ines, $35 to s*4o. Family Serving Machines — Manufactured and sold at wholesale and retail, at pricet within the reach of every family, and adapted to r.ii kinds of coarse and fin# w^rk.— Agencies wonted in al! counties throughout the Northwestern States, by CHICAGO SEWING -MACHINE CO. Family Sewing Machines — Which have the highest testimonials and cer tificates iu their favor from families and tba ; ub lie press. They will ran backward or forward, making a smooth and elastic stitch on al! kinds of fabric, by CHICAGO SEWING MACHINE CO. F.m:ty s Our machines run with a rubber friction wheel, doing away with the stretching and annoyance of a belt or hand—a desideratum which has long been sought for. Our irachiuesdhave a straight needle and a gnnrd to prevent preaking, thus requiring not more than one needle in six months common use. Made by CHICAGO SEWING MACHINE CO. Family Serving Machines — So simple in their construction that a chjjd of twelve years can work them with ease. We warrant the seem secure though every third stitch be cut; theyjinake 9G stitches per icch sfronger and handsomer than any sewing done by hand. Sold by CHICAGO SEWING MACHINE CO. Fa rnily Sewing Machines — That will Hem, S-ifch, Fell, Gather, Embroi der and make Iwo different stitches on the same machine ; embodying all the improvements of the age at prices varying from 25§ to SIOO each, made and sold by CHICAGO SEWING MACHINE CO Family Serving Machines. — Our machines arv used tnrougheut the coun try, giving satisfaction to all who use them, and are, undoubtedly, the most economical, best made and cheapest in use. A person thorough ly acquainted with the operation and construc tion of all kinds of sewing macnines will always be in attencendance, and ready to Serve al! who may wish lor information in regard to our ma chines, at CHICAGO SEWING MACHINE CO. Family Serving Machines — We will furnish circulars with full and expli cit directions for using, also explaining their mechanical consti uction and giving the uo4 satisfactory evidence of their superior!’}- in ma ny respects, over all other family machines. PATENT UNIVERSAL HEM MEU!!! We have the Universal Hemmers adapted to all kinds of Machines. Price Five Dollars ; they will be sent by anil to any one on ueccipt of the above. ■Vollcc to Agents!- We of,r a lib cral discount to parties wishing an Ay tv to or right of sale of our Machines With -i sin ill in vestment of capital a pr< fit ible business eSn bo readily established. All sales to agents with discount, must be invariably for rath. N. B.—Our machines all stand on a table, and are worked by a treadle. remittance of 25 dollars we will send to a machine, per return of expresr. Address C. A. COOK, Agent Sewing Machine Cos. Office 124 Lake street, tip stairs, Chicago MANITOWOC DRUG STORE. T. & .1. UOISINBON, WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL PEALKRSIN DBUGS AND MESICiBHS,, C II E M I c ALS, Fine Toilet Soap, Hair. TOO i II <6 X A ILL R U S H E S •—AND— JP or f u m o x* -%r. C'a s-v, Putty, Paints, Oils , and. lands j Id ye Stuffs, Toilet and Fancy Articles Pare Mines and Liquors, far Medical pvrpos< s, Fresh Cam f he no , and j BCRMXG Firm, n'ENT MEDIC'INSS, : And all articles usually found in a Drug .-tore. IW Dhysicians Prescriptions and Family R ■ eipte CJtefnlly compo inded at all hours, i Mf. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. rJIILADELI’IIIA. A Benevolent Institution os‘aMishpd by spnei 1 Endowment, for the Relief of the Sek and Distressed,afflicted w ith Virulent and Kpid min Diseases, and especially for the Cure o( Di-ca s<-a of the Si xiihl Orcans. \ft L DIG AI, ADVICE given "ratii, !v t!io Ac • Ivj ting Burgeon, to a!l who apply hv Jettor witn a description ol it eir condition,"(ge, oreu palion, habits of life, Ac.,] a id in cases of ex treme poi e-ty, Medicines furnished free of charge. \ ALUABLE REPORTS on Fpcnnatorihoe:’., and other Diseases (,f the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dl-pn saiy, sent to the afflicted in wealed letter envet oprs, free of charge. Two or three stamps fi r postage will be acceptable. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN' HOUGHTON, Act ing Surgeon, Hown-d Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Bv oidurof the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Prefa’t. GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary. BLACKSMITH silo : AT Tin-; BRANCH. BVRO\ MASON, Proprietor. r PIIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs th • X 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 ail kinds of Blacksmith * ing, including HORSE <k OX SHOEING, in a style that, cannot be surpassed in tl.is part o the State, lie solicits the patronage of the pub lic, confident that he can satisfy them both as t • the quality of his work and prices. BYRON MASON. Branch, Oc’ober 5, 1859. 13-ly Llveiy & Boarding Stable. I rrinF. LIVERY BUSINESS, of the late firm of ! X Glovkk A McCallmtkk, will in future he ; conducted at the old stand by the undersign,- u Thankful for past patronage, my i flbrts in futmo will be with direct icferoncc to ,1 -, r vii g ~r , , , | tin nance of tlie same. R. k. G/.DVER i Manitowoc, July R;h, 185.*.