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LIVERY HTAIIFjE !
I
mm & KLMOLTZ
puoprieto s.
Two Extensive Stables in One
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STA
BLE IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN.
FIRST-fIiISS IARRI UiKS.BKi
(iIES. B VRol l'llLS
AND THE
Finest an I Best of Horses.
If you want a Nobby Furn-j
out go their Stable on Frank-j
lir treet South Side
The Diider-i 'ii.-l weiiUl respettlUHy announce to j
ibe public. thM They have joe- utirciros.-l the Onsst |
and most costly
H E A R/ 38. j
ever brooni to IHi - par. •>. the .-a if - '•'> *•'’ ’
paeril to *•<. nmodate raie-raU "ii short note (1
at low ori. e. P. S. riLSO.
at low price* R K kINGIK LTZ
BMSIMESS DIRECTORY
PHYBI IAN
u. k.. nm.. si
Hoskeopa rmc p'ivsicia:, >
and Accoucheur. U..- ;.T i on Etiy ;•- l-••
- lt i s t,, MA. M
Hocus: •, tllH! „i 7 to S P. M.
Ofiht over Plumb I’roV. -t re, corn v ' ,
Buffalo etreet- t*-i lenee. North xii -
J. A. RltOlf x. a. u.
PHVBICI \N. SURGKiN. AND .UT-.ITUK
ner. Difficult Obstetrics and Surgery. Toe. tli
er with ail critical and obscure cases, will receive
prompt and especial attention. Office and rest
dene*, cor Main and Chicago Bts. Night bellat
office door *,*l vtl
J. S’. PIT('H.UIWt w. o.
OEFICE, Sil Klt MAS M BRH'u BLOCK. N>: I
Eighth street, Mati:"i n-, VVw
_ „ I S to 0 A. M
Orncß Hock.: , , lf> 2 , n<i . u .. iK M
Kesidence.on Klh wired. opj>.,><-> .J K. Plait •>.
UK. S. C. BLAKE,
Residence corner buffalo a m\ h
streets, M luitowoc, iVis.
J MAN HORN, n. U.
Formerly of Milwaukee. lix- now located at Cato,
Manitowoc County. Wh-Coe-in. where In- will
promptly attend to all prefeeM.mal catls. <lav or
ntyht s7-if
W. e, IV OTT, Itt- D.
IjHVSICIA X AND SURGE >N, ha- permanent- !
Iv located at Cato, Otftc • and fas* lence in ft st !
dwelling west of Ktilen's (Put, where all j
prdossilmal calls will hr promptly nStewlwl.
CTSMUu. '
DENTISTS.
UK. A. J. PATCHES,
Dentist, office in siikkman's new
building. on Kth street. Manitowoc. Wis.
Particular attention given to all the different j
itches of the prolessioli. and ail work warranted. I
S.xp'TeeUi extracted without i-aim. 12-1 lly j
ATTORNEYS and COONSELORS-AT-!
LAW.
MRKKK * ASUb’XSUX,
Attorney a intil Csantehin.at.l.an'.
OFFICE ON EIGHTH STREET, NEAR THE
corner el Vwlt. J5-i2iy ’
H. G A- W. J. Turner,
Attorneys and Cvßuyclsrv>3t-f<nw. 1
OFFICE ON EIGHTH STREET.SOUTH SIDE,
three doors Norm of Postoftiee.
UrOiflnan fioaeji in This office. 13-VHy
tvmrr a res best.
4tlom<-y asd CoDnsrlsri-al>latt
OriVE ON EIGHTH STREET, SOUTH SILK, j
opposite J. Si-". Vi. t*.s A Bro's. store. 1A Ft It j
L. J. NASH.
AlWrney anil Conii<Klr>aULMfv.
OFFICE ON EIGHTH STREET. MANITOWOC.
Wis. Collections promptly attended 01, 14-SSly
J. D. BABKMAB,
Mtsrncy and Counselor.al-Law
OFFICE ON CORNKR OF EIGHTH ANIHJUAV |
streets, Manitowoc, Wis. 12-441 y
C. F, IlsT IHIIIfOK.
Attorney anil ('eiiusi-lor at-l.aw.
Mtstronw, Wisconsin.
OFFICE NEAR THE POST OFFICE CORNER
of Hth ad Quay -Streets 'Sniff h Side, fvPMy 1
t;>:<*t.r, n. noonn.
AtMraey unit Cnunselnr-at I aw.nnd
Court t'eminlssioner lor .Tlanituwoc
County
OFFICE ON YORK STREET. BETWEEN 6th
and 7th.
All business entrusted tohiscare.. will be prompt
ly and faithfully attended to. Advice honestly
riTru, for which a reasonable charge will be made.
12-441 v
it. s. ptEßPoirr,
attorney n<l Csnnwlor at Law
at Two Rivers,
mrrlLT, attend <n UVUIe-cuous and all other hnsi
tV ness In Manitowoc conntv and vicinitv,
l-t-44-lv
HOTELS.
mviH iTK nnirttE.
T WINDI VTK. Proprietor. York street.
THIS first <-ts Hnns- is in esccPear condition,
and the Proprietor is confident that he can give,
perfect satisfaction to the traveling suhllc. A Bus
will always be ready to take travelers to and from
the boats. \ uooo uvear sraacc it> kept in con
nection with the House, . ly
AO It THM KSTERU HIMSK.
M KKTTKNUOKFEN. Proprietor. Franklin St.
THE large brick addition recently built, has been
f rnisbed in excellent style, making it one of
the most complete hotels In Manitowoc. A good
stas..c Is kept in i Minection with the house, w here
lock will be well provided for. 12 44-l v
w iaro.ysn boose.
RK DAILEV. Proprietor, or. offffh ami Jay St.
HIS is anew House. ami well fitted up with all
modern Imyravewejit*. A 2>iod staki.k is also
In connection with tire house. TOO
NT.CIIIKLES HOr£i..
n. URKPICR * <<J. Proprietors. Franklin Si.
HAVING leased the almve ve!’ known house,
which has been new’- ished throughout,
respecifully j.k for a "her the pi tic pairotiase
A good “T ahi B Is i.epl in connection with the
homo, where st.vck will he -ell provided for. Sil-ly
mi i.r.w HtuMt.
I. L. MU,l.Eft Proprietor, cor. t'liieac.iamlTlli St. j
A LARGE NEW HA UN has he.ii recently hnilt.
and will be kept in connection with the bouse, i
S-.'4-ly
HOTEL AMIS ROll(IM>G HOUSE,
F. ZEMAN. Proprietor, cor. Buffaloand Main St.
•Kdy |
rtHßEiia **n fli'.rimics home,
MARTIN UEWETT. Proprietor. Commercial St.
NEW Nouse and new Burn, the best of accommo
dations at moderate prices. S-W-ly
KERCH AST TAILORS.
(’Hi• i:S s t HAfTEIn
OASFIiON ABLE TA 11.0It.has removed to Pnffalo
Jr Street, two doors West t K. K. -t K. 11. Band's
Hardware Store. All work varranted well done and
to lit. IMWy
wiu\n nt\CH.
Fashion able tailor, ah cwd* mad,* hr I
the snhecriher are warranUtd to fit the form, i
Price*, reasonable. and I am hound to please those |
who give nre their custom. Shop on York Street. {
tm. doors Wait of the Wlntllale House. 12-Mlv j
MUSICAL. i
. nuiuviM
ARC FEASOR of Music, will stfve !eeon in Vocal
and InHlntmental Music in the cite of Uanito
anti at Two Rivers. Residence on Bth street,
tfcc Court House. li-VtJv
HARDWARE. STOVES, Etc*
PAUL Ltl UM.II,
D KAI.HR in ail kinds of Stoves. aodHTdware
and Manufacturer of Copper. Tin and'lreet
joc '.tire*.York,tree*.. North Side, M .ri'c-e<x
*141)
J. E. PLATT.
Our new importation of Tea
has arrived, and we are now
selling at 25 per cent, discount
from former prices.
Shawls and Dress Goods ai
Cost or the next GO days.
J. K. PLATT,
Corner York and th 81*. Vanltowoc,
A or. Ist-lv
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
MILWAUKEE,
like mure i il a
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 28. 1877.
GOING NORTH AND WEST.
ACC. PASS. ACC.
Lvb Silwnnkre 7..'la.ni Alup m ,V2Up.m
•• pi, Waihiairtua :i:Vi -* *ls * t.l<"
- shi httVgao 1.10p.m ,VS4 “ 9.4'.” !
Irr Auidtowoc 300 “ 8.2* ** 11.10'*
I, .s.SOp.m 11.00a m
ArrTwv Rticrs T.'Xi “ 11,30 “
LvcHaailewsc I'.ikv m TOdum j
Fnrrrvt JnucS. 7.*2 •• 9.14 ]
“ Ap}>l< 4un i.27 “ 10.8. V** j
“ Ap!>lftou Junct 8 12* 10 41 “I
Arr New London 9-35“ 12 00 i
GOING EAST AND SOUTH
Pass. Acc Acc.
Lvb New London s.4‘a.ni 'iJOp.tn
Apr Uiu .Inutt 6.4 H ” 4-02 “
•• Appleton 7.00 “ 4.15 “
“ Forest Janet 749 “ s,.‘{* “
\rr Mhi itowsc 9.0.3 “ 8.10 “
Lvb Two Rivers S.lsa.m 12.20 p. m
Arr Manitowoc S.to 12.50 “
Lvb Manitowoc 9 10a.m 7.30n.m l.lX>p.m
Sh.-hoviran 10.15 •• !'.: “ .t.lOp.m
•• Pi U wMo-'ton JI.IT “ 12.50p.m .V;.© “ |
\rr Milwsnkee 12 30p.ni 2.35 *' T. 25 “
AU ru\is> BWK DAULT BXCBrr ICXDAT.
|
MiltrunW "HhC JtN XV. r> C. M.A
.vlli>\ lUfs.Pc Nt-P.R’y.and all lines
w.i-.r.. VI with She hoy-an A Fond dn Le
. net KJ\ ITR.u .for all points on that road.
'P... TJ!. MSI with stages lorKewaun--e.Alin
• ”v> Lviv < Is apee. etc. and during naviga
tion witliFtrs.for above points.
Forest June. wit i, Wis Central R. It.
A nuLf/,,, T ,w. with C- AN. W. R’y for
2\p{)letOll and llllC Pond l.nc. Oshkosh,
Neeuah, Del’ere. Green Bay, Escanaba. etc.
V T ~t uf „n with G. B. .t M. It. R. and
i>C\. IjLHIxI*IU with stages for Clint on Wile,
Embarrass, and Shawano.
11. U Ueed, UF. Whitcomb,
Vcn'l JSujtt. (Jen I I'a*. s Ajt.
MANITOWOC PILOT.
Official Paper of the City
and County.
Those ot netr readers re>ti(iug in the country
will find it to their advantage to look over the
cnivniuM /'Twn Pii.ot. beluce starting to town to
do their cradtH?. By this means they will readily
an certain where the best and cheapest goods can
he fouiuL "Go.id business men, who have first
class goods for sale, always advertise liberally.”
Tins is true af our merchants, and their advertise
ments can he found iu The Pilot.
TANARUS Cuatribnturn anti Advertisers.
All matter intended for publication must be
kaadeal iu by Wednesday morning. I .oca I Notices
By|Wednesday uooc.to ensure insertion in the
current week's issue.
AU cnmmunicaliuue shontd be accoiujianied by
The ant bar's name, not lor piiblicotiiov but as a
guarantee of good faith.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1877.
Barnutn is showing hi Freeport, Illinois*
to tlay.
The full term of the public schools open
ed on Monday.
There was a “tidal wave” in the Chicago
harbor on Thursday Inst.
Harvest Home services at the Episcopal
church 1 Ist Sunday.
Theatrical entertainment ut the Turner
Hali <>n Sun ay evening.
The Jewish new year, 5C3&, begin* on
next -'aturday, Sept flth
Mke your pr p ir.itions for the County
Fair—<Hiy <t u>oocb more..
The Grind Lodge of Good Templars
m **r Madieon this we. k.
A “marble toj ped bedstead” is advertis
e I for rale iu a Merlin paper.
This month has an “r" in it. Come,
re- :,ui-it. ur.-, get s. me oysters.
I he Ont;ig iiai" e'Kioty lair is to be held
a* A| piefon Set 18, 19 and 20.
First mteiinr ( ,f the Lyceum lor tins
season to morrow < veiling. Scft 7th.
I the blackberry crop a failure this
year 1 We haven’t seen any in the market
G*-i. Sam F Cary, of Ohio, made a
grc nlack -pe-cb at P'tajouth on Tuesday.
F inne's, I n’t forget. that little hill you
oo at m.* print shop al en you sell your
grain.
Save no yoor quarters and palrci ise :
your county fair liberally. On.y a miuth
more.
Mieses Hattie Bacon and Etta Markham :
returned last week from Turning in Mil- j
waukee.
The smoke-stack of the Jones’ saw mill I
was struck by lightning on Thursday af .
lemoon.
The primary department of the Ist Dis
trict school opened with 140 scholars on
Monday.
The firemen of the state are to hold their
annual convention at Green Bay on the
i 11 tli inat.
People learn wisdom by experience. A
mao never askes up his second baby to
, see it laugh.
Illinois has ten lady county superintend*
ents of schools. Who wants to be a candi
I date here this fall 1
Now the farmer comes to town to
bis grain and does his trading with the
. houses that advertise.
Vve ate ready to receive reports of
threshing machine accidents nuw. Bring
them right in, any day.
Another centennial jester 'ay. The first
United States Congress met at Pbiladdphm
?cptcTubcr stli, 1777.
Only two weddings on the track now,
nod that supposed wedding last week wnis
not a wedding, after all.
Frequent rains have been the order of
the nights for the week, nod the earth is
p -etty thoroughly soaked.
M oodsy morning was a busy one among
t oec school children who forgot to put
their books in order last week.
Another vessel load of land plaster was
received by J. Schuette A Bros, on Sat
urday, 00 the schooner Eagle* Wing.
The boys want to keep a sharp lookout
when they are fooling around those plum
tress There’s a shot gun in that house.
Receipts for subscription are ripe aed
ought to be harvested. Cali at this office
and we’ll furnish you one at any tine. I
— j
The Omro glass factory, after a life
short and full of trouble, has put up its
shutters and given the keys to Us creditors, j
Quite a number of people of this place
are making preparations Cos go to the
marshes and pick cranberries within a lew
days.
Mr. Fred. Mabuke, Sr, me tender of the
Blh street bridge, died from small pox on
Sunday, and was buried late Sunday
night.
Spend what money you have to spend
with the merchants of your own town who
advertise, and you'll get satisfaction every
time.
The City Council its regular meet
ing on last Monlay evening. Read the
report of its preceding? elsewhere on this
page.
Don’t forget the peuche> and cream, ice
cream and cake, etc., at the -what
church is going to have a festival next
week f
Draw a line through the Aug with
which y<>u will commence your letters, if
you forget this is the fir>t month of
autumn.
Formers are in good humor over the
nhu! daut harvest,—the crops, in threshing,
turning out belter than was expected, in
many cases.
The Milwaukee Globe is the name of
Che new evening paper which broke out in
Chat city on Saturday. It is to be the or
gan of the greenback party
The Cincinnati Star kindly offers to
send us its daily edition a year for only
#3B worth of advertising. The Star’s
k'.t-.di-ess is too killing for anything
Don't forget that, the Registry law re
quires you (o register your names as voters
ut least two weens before the day of elec
tion, or previous to the 231 of’ October.
Sheboygan young ladies are taking ex
erctse by swinging Indian clubs, under
the tutorship of Mr. Pautxer. A large
class gets up its muscle twice a week.
The advertising oar ol Old Winter was
around in this part of the country litnt
Sunday, an 1 fires indulged in by all
the people who had a stove “up” in sitting
room or parlor.
Milwaukee is to have a tournament for
amateur base ball clubs soon, the first
prize being seventy-five dollars. Will our
Manitowocs attend, and fully establish
their title of Bose Amateurs T
A Menasba man caught fourteen fish
last Sunday morning, and then got to
church in time to hear all but the opening
hymn Wonder if that’s what makes so
many men ia>e at our churches 7
“A suit answer turneth away wrath;”
yet a man caught by 11U wife dealing aofl
answers to a pretty widow next door, says
he cun show soars to prove that the prov
erb didn't work worth a cent in bis case.
J. Sanborn, M. D , an alopatbist of
fourteen >ears experience, is permanently
located ut Cato. Office at residence, op
posite Kendall’s store.
There are no homeopathic physicians at
Cato.
The f< w ducks that hung around this
! place have been almost scared Cos death this
week, as the law prohibiting shooting them
has expired, and every man who can bor
row a gun and take a vacation is banging
away at them.
Prof. Tice says that the failure of ooe or
two of his weather predictions led him to
soap, ct the existence of other moons, and
now that the satellites of Mirs have been
discovered, he wil* hit the weather on the
head every time.
A cyclone struck the U. P. K. R biidge
over the Missouri at Omaha, on the 25th
ulr., ar.d carried away two spams, each 250
feet long It will probably take from two
to three months to rebuild the structure,
>t a cost of about $d50,000.
Mrs. Thus. Robinson and daughter re
turned on Monday morning’s express from
two months’ visiting among fnecds and
relatives in Groen Bay, Kenosha, and
other parts of the state. They are both
enjoying the best of health.
The most terrific thunder and hail storm
of the season struck this oily on last Fri
dny morning between three and four
o’clock, and kept a Urge part of our pop
ulation awake tor an hour or so. We hare
heard of some folks that got out of bed
and went down oeller to avoid seeing the
lightning, bat are not at liberty tu men
tion any names.
Rev. W. F. Cellars and wife arrived
the city by Saturday morning’s host, and
are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. S K.
Rand. They confess to baring an un
pleasant voyage from Milwaukee, and we
believe sea-siokness ii a little unpleasant
on first acqusintanee.
To those of our readers wishing any
thing in tbeir Hoe, we would refer the ad
vertisement of J. Scooette £ Bros., io an
other column. Thu bouse keeps as full
an assortment of goods as you can desire,
and sells them at the very lowest figures
Call on them, and you will not fail to be
pleated.
I Prof 0. R Smith, of Spam, cne of th
i most successful educators io the state, was
' accidental)? killed while out hunting near
1 Black Hirer Falla, on Saturday, the 25tb
j alt. Prof. Smith will be remembered by
many of our readers as taking a prominent
part io the teachers 1 institute held here
last year.
“That Husband or Mine."—‘’Have
you seen that husband of mine about here
Two long legs, a cut-away coat, a wide
awake bat,—that’s Charlie.” One of the
most amusing books we bare erer read,
and we heartily commend it to all who
wish to be richly entertained. Aek your
news dealer for it.
The special attention of our readers is
called to the “Auction” advertisement of
Mr. £. J. Smiiley, io aqotber column.
Mr. Smalley is disposing of hi* farm and
stock io order to further bis machinery
business in this city, and should receive
proper encouragement from all interested
in building up the manufacturing interests
of our city.
“Billy” Hersog’s new bus is getting
most of the patronage of travelers now-a
davs, and we don’t know whether it is the
attractive appearance of the ’bus, or a sort
of “taking” way Billy has. “Omnibus
to the North Western House, or any part
of the city,” is his new cal).
Leave your orders at the Dresden House
or Express Office on the North Side, or at
the Northwestern House on the South Side.
Frank Mieler, of Caco, lost a valuable
team of fount; horses Wed ties* lay evening
He had been threshing at Patrick Oaynor’s,
and hncited hie team to hi* wagon and
started to go home. Tbe tongue on the
wagon was c<o abort, neck-yoke came
off, and t e team ran awav. The neck
yoke caught on a stump, both horses were
thrown over, and their neck* broken. One
waa killed instantly, and the other liven
but a little while.— Kewaunee Enterprite.
In the game of base ball on Saturday
afternoon the Manitowoc* walked away
with the Quinuey Tigers, (Indians) ol
Brothertown, with a roore of 15 to 2. The
Tiger* are the most good-natured set of fel
lows that have visited our city this season,
and through >ut the game kept in perfect
good humor. They are lithe, active fel
lows, but need a few years’ practice in the
national game before they can compete
with any degree of success with the cham
pion amateurs of the state.
Tbe residence of Mr Eugene Sherman,
on 11th street, wus the scene of a delightful
social gathering of young people on Mon
day evening last. Tbe event was a com
pliment by Mrs. Sherman to Miss Sarah
Sherman, Miss Mary Gould and Miss Gila
Scott. About fifty invited guests were pre
sent, nd all unite in pronouncing the ooca
sion a must delightful one in every way,
affording great pleasure to the participants.
Dr. llermaus Wonderful Discovery
for the cure of acute and chronic catarrh,
headache an 1 neuralgia. Sure cure. Price
50c per bottle, (iUc by mail. Fur sale
all druggists. C. 11. Gillespie & Cos., Chi
cago, HI
Married.
K.OIIX Fir.Cll EL.—Ac the residence id
the bride’s tmher, Sunday, September
2d. by Wm li. Giover, J. P., Mr.
Marcus K ion, ol Chicago, and Miss Julia
Fischel, 'laughter of 11 ju. Jos. F'ediel,
of this city.
Died.
BORCHERDI'. —At Leghorn, Italy, on
Thursday, August 30th, 1877, the lion
Fr. Burchemt, aged GO years.
Mr. Borcherdt w*s one of the first set
tlers of this county, coming here frutn
Germany in 1840. He was for many tears
editor and publisher of the Tribune, and
in 1874 was appointed United States
Consul at Leghorn, Italy, which position
he held up to the time of his death. His
numerous family here will receive the
smoerest sympathy of his many friends
and the public, to whom he had endeared
himself by his many private virtues and
upright deportment.
The schooner Moses Gage, bark laden
from Charlevoix to Chicago, laid to ju t
outside the harbor list Saturday, and (tent
on shore the body of the captain, Frank
McAboy, who died on the previous even
ing when the vessel was off Bailey’s Harbor.
Hi.- wife was with him at the time, and
thinks he died of interna) hemorrhage. He
hud been on deck talking with the mate,
and returned to the cabin and died im
mediately. He was supposed to be in
perfect health op to the time of hi# decease
The remains were interred in the Ever
green Cemetery on Monday umroing, but
will be removed some time during the
winter.
The propeller Peerless, of Leopold &
| Au-trian's line, bound for Lake Superior,
became disabled off Point aux Beoies,
during the late heavy weather, by tbs
breaking 01 her air-pump, and wus toned
j to the Mutiitous by the propeller Scotia,
from whence she will be br-uight here b>
the wrecking tug Lc-viatban Capt. Deietf,
of the Montana, winch arrived yesterday
moron g, reports seeing 'he Scotia with
the Peei less in tow, and shortly a fler pas'
eJ a number of cattle, hog**, sheep, cal>-
buge, etc., nfl >..t, from which it is inferred
I that the disabled cruft got into the trough
ot me sea alter the accident and either
hud tier (leek load washed overboard or
war compelled to jettison it. The Peerless
*us ex peerd to reach this port today.—
Sentinel Sept. 4 th.
Thursday of last week west to have
been a particularly fatal day. The death
liet of prominent men includes the name*
of Brigham Young, of Utah: £. L. Stan
ton, the sun of the great war Secretary:
0. S. Halsted, ex-Chanoellor of tte state
ul New Jersey; the Rev. Mr. UumfoM,
editor of the B utton Register
The railroad disasters of that day were
serious in their nature The most shock
ing one among them ia that reported from
Des Moines, lowa, which took place near
there, cn the Chicago, Rock Islam! an'
Pacific Railroad; and the list of killed am'
wounded is long and painful, and include,,
many mo connected with Barnum’s h
Anciber disaster occurred on the Urd-in.
River Rtilma-I,ai Hudson; and the casual
i ties were one wan killed and one wound
■•d. Still anothv diaas'er is reported from
Ue Indiana(sdis. Cincinnati and Ldayetie
railroad; and in it the sufferers were four
men, two of whom were killed and two
* UJly wcuuiled.
Chicll Proceedings.
Manitowoc, Sept 3d, 1877.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
Roll call—all members present except Aid.
Tits, Sohocb and Fisebel. The reading
of the minutes of last meeting was on mo
tion dispensed with.
Petition to Cat’ anae Herman and oth
ers of fill sidewalk on Madison street, in
Ist Ward, was referred to the Ist W’ard
Local Committee.
Petition of C. Stookinger and others to
drain water io Ist and 31 W ards, was re
ferred the local committees of said wards.
Accounts were referred as follows :
L A. Gayles, $3920, to Com. ou streets.
Geo. Usgt-D, 15.7 U.
Nam. Hall, 48.45, *
F. Fan Lx, 5-£W. “
r. Faun. no,
F. Borcnenlt, 16.50. “
Pt. Sullivan, 47.30, “ Sanitary.
L, Lawrence, 18.00, *•
P MulhoiUnd, 1i.75, “ Police.
JohnFrosil, 3.50, ** Claims.
PA. Camp, 31.18. ** bridges.
The clerk submitted the following
amounts as drawn from the Poor fund dur
iK the mouth of August, 1877 :
Ist Ward, $53; 2d Ward, $65; 3d Ward,
$64; 4tb Ward, $75; county charges,
S2B 70; total, $209 70.
The mayor subu ited the following pro
clamation, to-wit :
To the Board of Aldermen of the City
of Manitowoc :
Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter
264. of Laws tl Wisconsin, for the year
1077, 1 Hereby nominate and appoint the
following named persons to set and be in
spectors and uierks of election at the sev
eral wards of the city of Manitowoc, as
follows :
FIRST WARD
Inspectors -A.M Richter, Fred. Schuet
te, and A. Pieu'ng.
C erka—Fred, ileinemaun and A. J
Schmitx.
SECOND WARD.
Inspectors—ll. Newcomb, Michael
Michakdeon and W. J. Turner.
Clerks—Geo. B. Byron and John Lan
try.
TUIKD WARD.
Inspectors—George P ukrats, and F. A.
Bean, and C 11. Scnniidl,
Clerks—George Barker and Cbas. Paulus
CUI'RTU WARD.
Inspectors—M. Fellows, Wend Krijnik
and C. W. Mors.-.
Clerks—George Cooperand Henry Mul
hoilaod
Dated, Sept. 31, 1877.
Respectfully submitted,
A. D. Jones, Mayor.
Tbe said appointments were confirmed
by the following resolution :
Resolved, That the appointments bv the
Mayor of inspectors and clerks of election
for tbe ensuing year, pursuant to the pro
visions of Chapter 264, Laws 1877, be aud
tbe same are hereby confirmed.
Resolution adopted by a unanimous vote.
A report of the City Tieasurer on tbe
funds of the city treasury was accepted
and placed on file.
Aid. Harris offered the following :
Fred. Mahtike, Sr., bridge tender on Bth
street bridge, being dead, bo it resolved
liiai Fred. Malmke, Jr, he and is hereby
appointed bridge tender on bib street
bridge, to till vacancy. Adopted.
Resolution by Aid. Kemper:
Resolved. That the Mayor ■>u 1 C'erk be
and they hereby are directed to buy of the
Eureka Hose C--., of New York, one thou*-
and feet 3 ply Eureka Fire Hose, with A1
leu couplings, >t term* nod prices to the
heat interest of 'he city. Adopted
Residuum bv C. W White :
Resolved, Tout the City Attorney 0-
requested to -nvesligat* and report at the
nxt meeting of this Board, whether the
authorities of said city can, under the law,
make nr contract any lurther liabilities,
and that all action in regard to the pur
chase of anew steamer be stayed until
said report. Adopted.
Ou motion the rules were suspended,
am) on recommendation the following ac
counts unanimously allowed in lull, to wit:
P. A. Camp, split-driving, {31.18
Join. Piosll, recording map, 3.60
Bo *rd adjourn*-.) on* week, to Monday.
Sept. 10th, ut 7 1-2 o’clock, p m
A. M. RICHTER, City Clerk.
Poor Commissioners.
August 30th, 1877.
Board met pursuant to sojournment.
Roll call quorum present. Proceedings of
last meeting read and approved.
The following orders were reported as
drawn from the Poor fund, to*wit :
FIRST WARD.
IST. E. Borclierd, $3
128, schumachcr, 5
129. 1,. Uhlor, 5
117, Charlotte Thompson, 5
148. August Herman, 5
149, Mrs Kewaoda, 5
150. Marv Kickcrt, 5
151, P. Feudal!, 8
164, C. Kislc, < sj3-
SECOND WARD.
I*l. Mrs. Mack, $6
131, Jos. Lcuox, 5
132, Mrs. Kelley, 5
163, " Scott, 5
154, “ Kuisch, •>
103, “ Lath, 15
164, “ Classen, 6
166, “ Noble, 8
169, F. Sweustu. for Mrs. Hanson, 14 {65.
THIRD WAR a
nr A. Schafts, $5
1.i4, Mrs. Huso like, 7
186, •• Volens, 5
112, “ Berkhole, 5
143. “ Sninke, 7
144. K. rrlxinsky, 7
145. Jos. Molas, 7
148, J - Strasinsky, 7
161, Mrs. Franz, 4
162. ** bcaulU, 5
166, “ Kcliiub, 5 f64.
TOI’RTH WARD.
136, Mrs. MogUnu, So
137, D. Peterson. o
138, Mrs. Donaldson, 1 0
139, “ Nwaboda, 6
140, “ Blank, 5
141, Sara Johns. 5
155, Brs. Kryneck, 8
i:, Caroline Zechel, 8
167, P. Peter.-on, *■
158, G Erickson, 10
150, Mrs Kulanda, 5
16J, "• Janda, 5 {79.
COUNTY CHARUKS.
167, J L Brandols. for C Peers, sl2
168, P MuJholland." ** * . „ „
170, H Morrison, tramps, 13..5 98.6 C
$289.75
On motion the Clerk vat instructed to
send n account of $23 for aid of Joachim
Rutin, to John Felzer, Forrcetville, for
collection.
The Mayor was instructed to contract
with F. Swenson fur board and lodging
for Mrs. P. Hanson.
A ijom ned to September 27th, 1877, at
8 o’clock p m.
A. M. Richter, Clerk.
Letter List
The following is a list of letters received
at the Post Office at Manitowoc, County
of Manitowoc, Wie., and remaining un
called for op to September 6th, 187<;
Baiour 0 P. Foodal II
Baloour J E Larson P
Colhy OW 2 “ U
Oontley O U Monroe S B
Cbrn>tenson C Mara D J
Enoohson J Mo* J
PonlkeoM Nickolsen A
Fulton E J Oskley H
Qilhertaen M Olcen C
O-ylon J “ M
Hanson J Pierce II M
Haul, J Packer C G
Hall M Thompson J
Treland S P V***gie A
CIIAX. Ec£UStrSß. P-
Onr Neighbors.
Ahnapee;R 6ord :
ne warehouse is completed, and the key* d*
llvGred to Mr. Con way i who will commence storfig
hi. grain there immediately.
The streets of Ahnapce were again disturbed
last Saturday with a disgraceful fend between one
Wm. Grun, of Kewaduec. And Herman flankc, one
fighting cocks of AUnapee.
Daring the heavy storms that raged last Sunday
night the barn of James Warner, about two ami a
half miles out on the Kewaunee road, was struck
by lightning ana entirely destroyed together with
all his grain tnd hay. The barn was 40X60 and
nearly new, with no insurance upon It.
Sheboygan Times :
We received a call, on Thursday, from a gentle
man *b'< gave his name as Jacob Hoffman, and
said he a resident oi Cato, Manitowoc cinnty,
and by proiesrion a teacher. He said he was a
Swede by birth anlbv ancestry; that oue month
ago he was passing through this city on hi# way
home, and stopped at a tavern in the outskirts of
the city, on the Calumet Hoad; that he was there
taken to task for speaking English instead of Ger
man. on the ground that be was a German mi-1
sought to t&uore his native tongue; that he declar
ed he was not a German by birth or ancestry, know
only a few isolated words In the language, and
could neither road nor spemc it: that the accusa
tion was still made against him. finally by two
young men, who intercepted him as he was about
to go ou his journey, sent for a con-taole and pro
cured hU arrest ou a trumped up charge of person
al threats against them, aud was taken to jail for
the night; that next morning he was taken before
Justice Wedig, where hir accusers appeared with
their false charges, and without being allowed
counsel or to say a word in his defense, he was
committed to jail tor thirty days; aud that be had
that morning received his discharge. Ho said he
was a soldier ot Company K of tbe 14ih Wisconsin
Volunteers, and thought such indignities illy-re
quited the services he had rendered the country in
that capacity.
Such is the story he told. If true, it was simply
an outrage that cannot be too severely denounced,
and should meet condign punishment. The liber
ty ol the citizen Is not to be trilled with in that
way.
Chilton Times :
David Leahy, of the Town of Chilton, severely
cut his left foot on Friday l.st with an ase while
splitting stove wood.
Tom Durkin has left a good reputation behind
him in one respect. IK-could beat all the olack
smiths in the county at Jurying.
Amelia Mclcher, aged about 19ycars, and a step
daughter of Frederick Mannke. of Charlestown,
was recently examined by Drs. Zielley ana La
Count, who were appointed by Judge Thurston,
for the purpose, and pronounced insane, and
Sheriff Melsen conveyed her to the Asylum at
Os kosh lasi week.
lion. E. K. Rand, of Manitowoc, favored Chilton
with a short visit Tuesday and was cordially wel
comed by a host of friends, Mr. R. Is the hcr.U of
Manitowoc's largest hardware house, which re
ceives a large patronage from this county. All
who deal with the firm speak well of them and
their goods aud prices. Time deals gently with
Elijah as we heard a comely matron remark :
••How well Mr. Rand looks; why, he doesn’t seem
to be a particle older than when he used to dance
aud flirt with me twenty years ago.”
Custom House Report.
Sept sth, 1877.
The following is the list of arrivals and
clearances at this port during the past
week :
ARB'VALS.
30 gchr. Nellie and Annie, Milwaukee, light.
“ Industry. Muskegon, 55 m lumber.
“ Minnehaha. Manistee, 60 m lumber.
Str. Chicago, Chicago, minds.
31 Ntr. Sheboygan, Chicago, sends.
: cbr. Condor, Milwaukee, light.
Sept.
1 Schr. Wonder. Flanistec. 350 m shingles.
*• Eagle Wing, Alabaster, 508 tons plaster
rock.
“ Ken. Jones. Milwaukee, sands.
Sir Chicago, Chicago, sands.
3 Str. Sheboygan, Chicago, sands.
>chr. Glen Cuvier, Milwaukee, light
4 Schr. U. Each, * “ sands.
Btr. Chicago, Chicago, sunds.
5 Sir. Shehingau, Chicago, sunds.
CLEARANCE#.
30 Sehr. Nellie and Annie, Milwaukee 62 c wood.
Sir. Chicago, Chicago, sunds.
Srbr. Industry, Manistee, “*
31 'tr. Sheboygan. Chicago, -nods.
Schr. Condor, Milwaukee, 28 c wood.
Sept.
1 e-chr. Ben. Jones, “ 40 c “
Sir. Chicago, Chicago, sunds.
Schr. Glen Cnyler, Chicsge. sunds.
Sir. Sheboygan, Chicago, sands.
4 Sir Chicago, Chicago, sunds.
Schr. U. Escli, Milwaukee, 35 c wood.
•- Laurel, Charlevoix, light.
5 Str. Sheboygan, Chicago, sunds.
The arrival# during the month of August
were 28 steam and 51 sail vessels, with a
total tonnage of 2U,658.
The clearances during the month of Au*
gust were 27 steam and 50 sail vessels,
with a tonnage of 20,942.
The propeller Peerless, on her trip nertb
Saturday night, had a large list of pas
sengers and a full Cirgo of freight. Seventy
sheep, some calves, and a lot of bay and
flour were taken on hero.
The Schooner Grace Murray, with oafs
and pork from Chicago to Collingwood,
reached this port on Sun lay last with a bad
leak, having been compelled to mu back
from near tbe Manitous. As she Could
not get in the dry dock here for at least
two weeks, a Milwaukee tug, the J. J.
Ilagermun, towed her to that city on Tues
day.
Yesterday morning while the tug Hager
man was towing the little schooner Frank
lin into port, the vessel’s windlass bills
pulled out, when the vessel’s low line was
made fast to her foremast. The tug bad
hardly made another start before the mast,
which proved to be a stick of punk, broke
off close to the deck, but was prevented
from falling by the standing rigging. The
schot ner’s maintopmast was also snapped
off.— Sentinel, Aug. 31.
Farm for Sale.
Ouc of the best farm in Manitowoc county, will
he sold on terra to suit the purchaser Said farm
contains about sixty acres. Is mostly under good
cultivation, free from stone and stumps, railroad
station on one side of it, school house on the other,
and in a good neighborhood. A good house and
barn on it. This is altogether one of the most
desirable farm to be found in the i tatc.
Bbancu, ilay Bd, 1577.
976-1 w. CIIAB. CAIN.
COMMERCIAL
MANITOWOC MARKET REPORT.
Corrected Weekly by J.hehwctle Bro s
DIALERS IS
UE.VEBAIi MERCHANDISE.
OrwcE or Tut Manitowoc Pilot. i
Manitowoc September®, 18,7. f
WHEAT—Winter *1 Ih&l *
Spring,. I ln l
RYB. -
BARLEY
OATS, *
PEAS—Whliefidd h'"80
“ Green
“ Marrowfat, ®7&
BEANS, 62 >
RAPE SEED 1 20 tl 40
TIMOTHY •• 1 206* 0
CLOVER SEED f tW-O
FLAX 1 OOrftl 2)
POTATOES '•LUO
BUTTER, 1041-
KGGS <h '0
CHEESE 69
WOOL—Washed.
** Unwashed 20"* 1 '
WOOD, map LE vn'3,l
“ BEACH, I 50
SHINGLES SAWED 1 6032 00
SALT, per bbi. .. 133
CONVEYANCER.
JOHN P. WICKERT,
Comity Clerk,
Has made arrangements by which he is able to
execute Deed*. Mortgagee, etc., in proper fom, on
the shortest notice. It will be to the advantage of
all wishing nch documents to give him a call. In
County Clerk's Office, near the Court House. South
-lie. Mt=itc-c: 971
X New Invention.
Bvknb's IMyfiovFi) Mktai.ic Dhfss Model.—
Somethin" every Udy should poapeat*. This node!
is cbhstfuntcd so aa to enable any per -
sol? eff OrtliaarT aVl.’tv to team the ait Pattern
Cutting anti I)revtln*"g to perfection w>\t bat
very little p*!>-ti*v. For durability aimplkCy
and prattkal miiiiy g a dfes model, it has r.l
equal Mode!, with lull instructions for uso tray l>e
obtained at Mrs. Byrne's Due-*-*akino Kstab
usuisst. Cor. Buflnlo aud tighth sts.. over E. K •
and E- H. Hand's Hardware store.
T. W UYBNKS.
Inventor and solo manufacturer.
Manitowoc Wis
Anetion ! Auction ! !
Great sale of horses, colts, breeding mares. cow a.
calves, heifers steers, bulls. Brrkshi e bears Berk
shire breeding sows, farming utensils, wagons,
buggies, harness, pigs and poultry.
Ou my premises 1 Vj mile- from Manifowi>c city,
on Saturday. Sept. lath. 1577. at 10 a. in . I shall
ofcer for safe at public a.ittiou the following prop
erty ;
1 pair farm horses.
1 *' black breeding tnsree.
1 French stall ion.
1 large 5 year old mare.
1 span .1 " -• mures.
1 2 year old man- cull.
51“ “ coits.
11“ “ horse Colt.
1 5 months old sin king colt.
g good milking cows
2 3 years old Ayrshire heifer with calws oy
side.
1 1 year old stur-l - lu old bull.
2 yearling heifers -,'i heilor calv. s.
1 n year oid berkshire boar.
3 3 berk tiire breeding sows, S pigs each.
.1 stock hogs.
1 Buckeye reaper, 1 drill, t hay rake. 1 feed cutter
and power.
1 feed mill, plows, harrows, and corn plow
3 farm wagons, 1 buggy. 1 buck board aud 1 stone
boat.
At the close of the sale of the above 1 shall offer
my farm to tlio highe-t bidder. My tarm consists
of 6d acres of land. l‘i acres in a high state of
cultivation. 10 acres of budi pasture, mid 5 acres
timber, is i -mi es from 1.; ■ eiy of Manitowoc, is
well watered by durable i-vrugs. and has good
buildings etc., etc . offering the best inducements
for a milk or dairy farm.
TKUMs OF SALK t
All sums less than 10 dollars, 30 days; over ten
and iess than 2b dollars, fourteen months credit
with approved notes drawing seven per cent, inter
est. 3 per tent, discount will be allowed lor cash on
any paper running over 60 days.
TERMS OF FIRM SALE.
S cash and balance in 1. 2 and 3 years. Any per
son wishing to bid upon any ot the property, will
do well to call and examine the same upon my
premises previous to the day of sale.
Manitowoc, August loth, 18VT.
E. J. Smalley.
Xenhali Honse.
J F AUTISDEL, Proprietor.
Broadwav and Michigan Sts.. Milwaukee. Wis.
StO-tf
Canary Biids.
About 400 Canary Birds—bright yellow, greculah
yellow and mixed colors—of imported breed and
warranted good singers. Cor sale by
977 I\* JOHN ROEMER,
Two Rivers road, one mile north of this city.
~JUST ESTABLISHED!
THU
CLIPPER CITY
CARRIAGE WORKS I
TILLSON & SHIMEK
PROPRIETORS.
COR. OF llii AM CHICAGO STS,
MANITOWOC. - Wls*
NEW LIQUOR STOKE.
L. POPPER,
Wholesale dealer in
WINES,
LIQUORS.
VINEGAR
AO CIGARS.
WHITE'S BLOCK. SOUTH SIDE,
SclnietteV Store.'
Manitowoc, M ia.
Having opened out a complete stock of Wines',
Liquors, etc., I am prepared to serve my friends
and the public with good- n* real merit i* the
lowest price. Patronage solicited. 947-y
fllE .niLWACKEF,
MEDICAL & SUR6ICAL INSTITUTE,
tstaliiVd 1867 ami Cliarlcrcd bv the State Legislature
lor the improved frvatmeutof Private and Chronic Dia
eases Just published,
“ THE SILENT FRIEND!"
JA. A confidential Adviser for the young and
middle az*d of both sexes; on all Disuas*
CTWf ijpjPr ci o! a Private Nature, arising from
Early Abutted or infection. Seminal
Weakness, and Loss ot Manhood, and the best means
oi cure; with valuable advice to the Married and those
contemplating M a triage; including a treatise on Female
Diseases, and Chronic Attections ot tne Throat, I-.ui.gs
and Skin, Catarrh, Cancer, Rupture, Liles, Fistula, the Opl
um Habit Jkc. It contain* Enlarge pages and numerous en*
grav.nzs. mailed u der *eal on. receipt offln cts.
IMP AFFLICI ED InTorc consulting others who pro
fess l.> cure lAesc diseases, will find ths SILENT FRLBND
a ssJojrnard azaiust quackery. AddreM. Attending
physician, M. 6 8. INSTITUTE.
No. 455 E. Water St.. MILWAUKEE. Wie.
BIG REDUCTION
in KATES Irom
MILWAUKEE to points in MICHI
GAN and NORTHERN OHIO.
ONLY
S.OO to Detroit '.7,-50 to TOLEKO
500 to SAGO AW 5.00 to UAV CITY
5.00 to HOLLY o 00 to t'UAT
Round Trip Tickets Only
$10.50 to Detroit ami Return.
$9.00 to Saginaw and Return.
$0 00 to Hay City and Return.
5.t.00 to Holly ami Return,
f *lO to Flint and Return.
$13.50 to Toledo and Return.
T'ckcta at these Low Hales can only be bought !
over the
Flint Pcrc Marquette R,R. 1
-AXD
GOODRICH LINE
The direct route to Clam Lake. Traverse City. Pc- j
Risky. Mackinaw. Big Itayids. Lvarl. Midland. The
Sagi’nawn, Bay City. Flint. Holly. Detroit, Toledo,
ana all other places in Central and Northern Mich
igan and Ohio.
CHICAGO RATKS to all Canada Points. Buffalo,
Rochester. Syracuse, Albany, Nc" York, Phil
adelphia, Boston and other Principal Eastern
Cities’, saving to purchasers from $3.00 to $5 001
r*r a •■teamer will leave Milwaukee, from the
(liiltH TRANS. COL'S INI
Every Evening’ Except Saturday,
At 7 o'clock, making Close Connection at Lud.
iuglonwlth the Fast Express over th Flint and
Pert M wquette Railway.
jv/--Eor further particulars eeo pocket time card#.
Office, Goodrich Dock. Milwaukee, between Hu
ron and Spring Street Briogcs.
G. HERSON. Agent Goodrich Line
J. P. NoERSK. Gen. Agent bit K M. Ry.
FLORENCE OK.
ManfibrFlorenca Machine Cos Pieretee, Mass.
Will do all yrsir rookine. washing, ironing, tc., at anax-
Cse of rere cent per hour. and without cfisccrnttet from
t. An-. ~love furniture. can be tired on it. Warranted
S \FE. ODORLESS AND DURABLE.
Never tray on Oil R'ove nntil roc here cen the IJfffeDoj
nr fnl’ decTi[Sive rircn'ar. The only OIL SXOt E
Receiving the Centennial Medal,
cr'tt-& v=j iv*r at -wa wt
£x'*toalire territory given. Term* ami circti’: :t free*
L. r. ADAMS 4 CO.,
Ge- Aeta. for the Nnr h s ’. 79 Randolph Et. Chicago.
Th- Florence Retwng Machine l as teen gvatlynn
ppovt and iriri:bc.l hnn i- sold or er haaged f‘ r old
NEW BARBER SHOP.
CHAS. KARNOFSKY.
Has re-opened his barber shop at tU<S
old stand, corner Sth and Commercial
streets, opposite Torrison s, tuid has fit
ted it tip in a way thai makes it tha
best famished barber shop city.
Call and see him, and h*t will guarantee
satisfaction.
Gr. GK
GUNSMITH, LOCKSMITH,
AND
UMBRELLA-MASER,
Eighth Sticet, South Suit,
M A XIIO W 00, - WISCONSIN*
Guns, fecks, Knives. Umbrellas, Para
sols, Canes, etc., repaired with neatness sad
dispatch. Old Umbrellas, Guns and Pistol*
bought. 91l tf
5 MANITOWOC O
rUMMHESATO §
MILLS ft
E. ZANDER, M
tjnay Street, near month of river !
SOUTH SIDE, MANITOWOC {
DOORS SASH BUNDS.
Window and Doo. frames,
MOULDINGS, BANK ERS.
NEWEL POSTS,
Brackets. Ornaments
-AND—
Turnings, Generally.
COOK
pS §
2 |
STOVES*
TIN WARE
of every description. At
J. SYME’S.
ED.MjERKLIN.
apotheoakt
AMI DEALER IN
TOILET AND FANCY GOODS.
WHITES BLOCK Siu STUEE,
MANITOWOC - - IS.
8-s-r
mm ni \ me works
Sr
■f

uttinn n* Ev*rv DiscripUon
ICNE TO ORDER.
HENRY SCHERER
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ka*poct fully inform* hfs Friend* and Patro®* lb*
?e hiit removed bin Store and febop I#
MAIN 1 STRBBTT)
The patronage uf my fellow ciUtma i re
spectfollv solicited.
HENRY SOHERERi
#-)
BA!D HAVEX BOITE.
Detroit I- Milwaukee R.R.
—THE
SHORTEST, CHEAPEST,
And QUICKEST HOUTE to the
3S ♦
STEAM SHIV 8 LEAVB DAILY.
(fc*Ttjr.ATß EXCEPTED.) |
iqthvanher, depart 96 p.m
O rand Haven,
Urtroit, arrive It.lo p.m
Xiasara fr ail *, “
Buiinin, “ B>t®
.lew York, Sec rnd Day, 1 10.S0 a•
Boston, 2*40 p. a-
State Rooms Free on Steamer*.
Only OliE SIGHT on the cars between *Uwaa
ko i N . York, Boston and principal Eaatcra
I cities.
SAVING (13.00
In Rai'roH. and $2 (X Sleeping Care Fate, tad MO
milt* in distance.
on sale at all principal ticket ow
in the northwest, at the toppanra
Broadway, at Dock offles. adjgntn* ST*"*
Milwaukee, and of C HAS. IVtTVa.
• isov. 1 Ist Jfatitual Jtaa-towoc, W
JOHN NE9POU
MABBLB YAM; Comer Eighth uIOUUfo 8 Manitowoc WU.
MORUIENTS. NCAOSTOVCSt VASES AN * mvVl n-i\j otecuud

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