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Miss Thu man entertains on Wednes
day and Saturday of this week.
Mrs. Landreth arrived home from
the south on Wednesday evening.
Sheriff Lehrman was in Chicago
on Monday hut not on official business.
Mrs. Frank Miller entertained a
number of her friends on Monday after
Mrs. Rummele entertained a number
of her friends on Monday and .Tuesday
Mrs. Skipel, one of the early settlers
of Meeme, died on Monday last. She
wa- quite advanced in years.
August Giese of Cato Iwid a paraly
tic stroke on Tuesday night. He is a
man 60 years old and his recovery is
considered doubtful.
Mrs. Theodore Jorsuh of this city
died on Tuesday aged 60 years. She
was t*rn in Posen, Germany. The fu
neral will take place on Saturday.
Mrs. Murphy entertains the mem
bers of the Ladies Clnl son Thursday af
ternoon. Toasts are to be given by Miss
Mary Nelson, Miss Goetcb and Mrs. An
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vollendorf,
residing on Fifteenth street were sur
prised on Tuesday evening last by a
“bard times" party. A most enjoyable
time was had.
Miss Emma Engelhhecht celebrated
her birthday on Tuesday evevning by
entertaining a number of her friends.
The evening was spent in playing cinch.
Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hanson of Oslo
celebrated the 25th anniversary of their
marriage on Saturday evening last.
About 75 guests were present. Man v
lieantiful gifts were received.
The republican state convention to
elect delegates to the national conven
tion will beheld April 25. The First
assembly district of Manitowoc county
is entitled to 10 delegates and the Second
to 7.
Captain (>. Hanson has sold his
schooner Hattie Hutt, to Captain Erick
son and has purchased another, the
Wingy Wing. This is about the same
size as the Hutt but is a speedier boat.
Captain Hanson wants the I>est there is.
A tattle advertising goes a long way
if properly managed. The Manitowoc
Malting Cos. advertised last week for
piles. On Tuesday GO farmers were in
with loads. The Company had then to
advertise to stop the business. Of course
a good price was paid.
Following is a list of marriage licen
ses issued by County Clerk Zander dur
ing the week. Louis Groelle and Em
ma Kansier, both of Newton, Joseph
A. Weber and Luetta C. Topic, both of
Manitowoc. Joseph Heyduk of Racine
and Rosa Hejda, Manitowoc.
Jr doe Craite claims to have stopped
a runaway team yesterday. H declines
to give particulars and to every query
as to details would reply that “there
were two hogs in the wagon, dead
ones.” No other person in the neigh
borhood is aware of the feat on which
the judge plumes himself.
A YOUNG man named Zoralski was at
tending a ball in the Seventh ward on
Sunday night, but set out with a com
panion for some other place of amuse
ment. He was found Monday morning
near the railroad track so benumbed
with cold that it required considerable
effort to resuscitate him. As it is he is
badly frost bitten.
At the Millinery Social hehl in the
reception room of the Catholic school in
this city there was a contest in hat
trimming the gentlemen doing the wo; k.
Joseph Kucera took first prize in this
contest. Mrs. Simon procured The hats
which were trim: dby these experts
and they are now on exhibition in the
windows of her millinery store.
The Barry Transportation Company
has made arrangements to run its boats
along the west shore of Lake Michigan
as far north as Sturgeon Bay. The Com
pany has secured dock facilities in this
city and it is said has done likewise at
all ports on this shore.
The Company will l>egin business on
the opening of navigation and will seek
to divide the business on this shore with
the Goodrich Transportation Company.
Mr. A. Rusch received three carloads
of logs from the north Tuesday.
Mr. J. Dedrick of Manitowoc was iu
our village Friday.
Supt. Christiansen visited our schools
last Thursday.
Mrs. W. Bratz celebrated her birthday
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Stelling has purchased the dwell
ing of Max Buchner s.
Miss Ida Eberhardt visited in Manito
woc Saturday.
Miss Rosa Stelling visited her parents
here last week.
Mr. C. Ran spent Sunday iu Chilton.
There are two cases of diphtheria here.
Messrs. Stelling and Busse were in
Manitowoc on business Tuesday.
A. Kolafa of Milwaukee was here on
business on Tuesday.
Miss Carrie Strouf came home from
Milwaukee on Saturday.
Meyer’s masquerade will take place
next Sunday, the 25th.
Stastny’s Ball was well attende i. The
masks numbered fully 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hassemer are re
joicing over the arrival of a little son
Frank Hessel purchased a line short
horn bull on a stock farm near Wauke
Rev. Father Luchome is confined to
his bed with a severe attack of rheuma
■ T. N. Fylken of Eaton purchased of
'Frank Hessel two head of shorthorn
Chas. Seimpel tell on tl e ice one day
last week and may be seen using a cane,
as a result.
The debate at the lad literary meet
ing was won by the negative. It receiv
ing three votes.
On Tuesday occurred the wedding of
Adolph Seidl to Annie Urban. We ex
tend our congratulations to the young
Peter Augustin, who received such a
terrible injury in the northern woods,
came home last Wednesday. He still
suffers some pain. (
Baltis Bartelme made a business trip
to Chicago during the week.
A mission will be held at the St. James
church during the week beginning Feb.
Joseph Hesse and Cvnthia Engeldinger
were married at St. James church Mon
day, Rev. Hnitnik officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wanish gave a din
ner party for a large number of their
friends on Tuesday evening.
Dr. Philips of Green Bay may be found
at the Arens Hotel every Fair day, by
those wishing dentist work done.
Dr. Richter's German Medicine com
pany will locate here during the week,
beginning Feb. 20th. A free show will
b ■ given by them every evening at Zed
dies' hall.
Miss Barbara Pilascbekof Manitowoc
is visiting relatives here; and Sunday be
ing her birthday she was pleasantly sur
prised by a large number of friends who
came to make merry with her.
notes from mishicott.
A teachers’ meeting will he hold at
Larabee on Saturday.
-Walter Levenhagen of Manitowoc
spent Sunday in our village.
Mr. M. Rudabee of Carlton is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vogl.
Henry Levenhagen has gone to Fond
du La( iu the interest of the Deering Cos.
Edwin Quistorff of Ashland. Wis., is
visiting with his relatives and friends
Thomas Wagoner left for Sturgeon
Bay on Monday after spending a short
time here.
Miss Pokornys who was visiting here
for some time returned to her home in
Milwaukee last week.
Several of the teachers are preparing
for a debate in which the • President's
Policy in the Philippines” will be dis
While binding up a load o f logs, Jos.
Courchene slipped and the binder struck
him, fracturing his jaw and injuring his
fac“ terribly. At present he is doing as
well as possible under like circumstances.
Henry HiNRICHS Druggist guaran
tees every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and will refund the money to
any one who is not satisfied after using
two-thirds of the contents. This is the
best remedy in the world for la grippe
coughs, colds, croupand whooping cough
and is pleasant and safe to take. It pre
vents any tendency of a cold to result in
pneumonia. _ febffl
The Ann Arbor No. II broke her wheel
in the river here. She had been ordered
to go to Sturgeon Bay to aid in relieving
the other boats of the line which are
stuck in the ice at that place.
Moke precious than pure gold because
it never fails to cure your headache, in
indigestion, constipation, pimples, bad
blood. A great system regulator. Rocky
Mountain Tea. F. C. Buerstatte.
The annual meeting of tin 1 stockhold
ers of the Manitowoc County Industrial
Association will be held at the court
house in the city of Manitowoc on the
second Monday in March, Isnngthe 12th
day of March 1000 at 3 o’clock P. M.
Chris Muth, Julk Lindstkut,
President. Secretary.
Manitowoc. Wis., Feb. 20, 1900.
Mks. Dr. Frazer entertains a num
ber of he. friends on Friday evening,
the event being her birthday.
“I think I would go crazy with pain
were it not for Chamberlain’s Pain
Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Stapleton. Her
rninie, Pa. "I have been afflicted with
rheumatism for reveral years and have
tried remedies without number, but Pain
Balm is the l>est medicine I have got nold
of." One application relieves the pain.
For sale by Henry Hinrichs druggist.
Willie Rohan of Kankauna visited
friends here last week.
Attend the Teachers’ Meeting Sat nr
day at Grimms.
Considerable hauling was done here
on sleighs last week
Willie Glover has secured a position
as cbeeeemaker at Wayside.
The road running through the Duggan
farm is one long line of cord wood.
Richard Rollin Sr. of Franklin was
severely injured in a runaway Friday.
Mr. Buboltz who was so severely in
jured some time ago is again able to be
Reedsvilie is almost sir eof securing
the pea canning industry and it is to be
congratulated on the enterprising spirit
The approaching marriage of Miss
Maggie Sullivan to Mr. Patrick Sheahy
was announced last Sunday.
Bennie Brennan who lias spent the
last few months in Milwaukee is visiting
his home in Cato.
A successsnl meeting of the M. (4. L
S. was held Saturday evening. The de
bate was won by the affirmative led by
P. J. Liuuane, P. T. Humane, in argu
ing against an agricultural course, charg
ed inconsistency in having trained men
cultivating the soil and untrained men
cultivating the minds of children. The
Milwaukee Journal argued in tiie same
way in an editorial Monday. Who told
the Journal man what Pat said?
The lumbering camp of the Brillion
Lime Kiln Cos. is visited by many who
wish to gain some idea of lumbering as
carried on in the North. Over 30 men
are employed including cook, “cookee,"
“road-monkey” etc. It requires 10 teams
to do the swamping and hauling. The
men sleep in three story bunks, “roll
out” at daylight and tell stories in the
evening in genuine pinery fashion. The
writer does not vouch for the accuracy
of the scientific words used hut "Steve’
says they are all right.
Samuel -Don’t figure on marrying a
model wife unless you are a mind read
er, and know for certain that she takes
[ Rocky Mountain Tea. F. C. Bnerstatte.
Reported by Manitowoc:
Abstract Cos.
Anna C. Young to Jane D, Williams,
SO acres, sec. 22. Man' to woe Rapids, SSOO.
Andreas Hover to Emilie Hover. SO
acres, sec. 84. Franklin. SBOOO.
R, W. Burke to Riley Olson, part of
see. 2S. Cato, $125.
Stephen Reehcygl to Charles (4. Sieker,
tind. i of N. 20 ft. of lot No. 7 and part
of lot no. S. hlk, 165, city, SBSOO.
Bertha Schroeder et. ul. to Henry C.
Ralm, lot 5, blk. 8, Schroeder’s Snbdv.
Manitowoc, $l5O.
Oscar O. Freund to James M. Johnson.
40 acres, sec. sec. 11, Eaton. SBSO.
Charles C. Johnson to James C. Mc-
Carty, lot 7. block 117, city. $2250.
Mary Riederer to The St. Boniface
Catholic Congregation, lot no. 82, sec.
31, Manitowoc, SI2OO.
“Awful anxiety was felt for the widow
of the brave General Burnham of Mach
ias. Me., when the doctors said she would
die from Pneumonia before morning'
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended
her that fearful night, but slio begged
for Lr King's New Discovery, which had
more than once saved her life, and cured
her of Consumption. After taking, she
slept all night. Further use entirely cur
ed her." This marvelous medicine is
guaranteed to cure all Throat. Chest and
Lung Diseases. Only 50c and SI.OO.
Trial bottles free at Henry Uinrichs*
drug store. feb22
We, the undersigned, do hereby agree
to refund the money on a 50-eent bottle
of Greene’s Warranted Syrup of Tar if it
fails to cure your cough or cold. We also
guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove sat
isfactory nr money refunded.
Chas. A. Groffma\.
Henry Hinrichs.
The National Bank of Manitowoc
Manitowoc, in the State of Wisconsin at the
clone of business, Feb. lit. IHdfi.
Loans ami discounts $274,1(21 7
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. liMMli 11
C. S. Bonds to secure circulation Ss,tMi Ho
Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures 11,util H 2
Due from National Banks (not reserve
Mental 1H.117 ;tl
Du from State Banks and Bankers... 7,Him Hii
Due from approved reserved agents.. 51,140)51
Checks and other cash items If,HIM HU
Notes of other National Banks 45511(1
Fractional paper currency .nickels* ets Him (12
LAwrct Money Rbskkvk is Bask, viz:
Specie H.Hio SR
Legal-tender notes H.imOlin 14.W1T Si
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasur
er (ft per cent. of eireulation) 1.12500
Total 41* 4H7 HO
Capital Htoek paid in $100.(110 00
Surplus fund 10,50000
Undivided profits less exismses and
taxes paid 4 .074 HT
National Bank notes outstanding 28.500 on
I Due to other National Banks I him 7H
I Individual deposits subji>ct to check Iwl.iHY, "Hi
j Time certificates of di-jHisit U2.5H2 5(1
Total 41H.4H7 Hll
Cor mtv ok Manitowoc, f""
I (}. J. Moses. Cashier of the aliove-nanied
liankdo solemnly swear that the alsive state
ment Is true to the l*st of my knowledge and
belief. (1. J. Moses. Cashier.
Snliserllied and sworn to before me this 21st
day of February. IWIO
Pkahi. Smart, Notary Public. Wls
II Correct Attest;
L. D. Mosks. j
L. J. Nash. J-Directors.
Chas. Cowan. I
Gen. Gataore Shot Him Tli rotißli the
Hotly lleforc Ho Could
A letter from a corporal in the Sec
ond Northumberland fu.-ileers gives
some -graphic details in regard to the
disaster at Storruberg, says the Nc\\
York Post, lie says:
“On the night of the tbfi our- regi
ment, the royal liish rillea, two bat
teries of artillery and the niomr J in
fantry proceeded from Pieters krail to
Molteno, a distance of ten miles. When
ue arrived it was about nine o’clock,
and then we all formed up and Gen.
Uataerc informed us that he was going
to do a night attack on the liners' po
sition at Ktormberg, and tljat there was
to be no tiring and no shouting, and to
use the bayonet only. We started off
at ten o'clock to march 13 miles to
Stormberg, where we hoped to arrive
about two o’clock in the morning. We
kept marching all night, but never got
there. It was broad daylight when we
were at the foot of some high, inaccess
ible rocks, when the guide we had
turned to the general and, pointing to
the top of the rocks, said: ‘There is
your position and there is your en
emy,' and immediately started to gal
lop off. Hut before he had gone two
yards Oen. (latnere shot him twice
through the body, saying: ‘Man, you
have done me, but you are tbc lirst to
go.’ Those are the exact words that
were said, because we were told by the
general’s orderly.
“When the general saw how we were
trapped he cried like a child, and said:
‘Oh, my poor boys, what have 1 done?'
—so the general’s aid-de-camp told an
Novel Mciidh of Avulilliik Coiinc
queneeN of C'lrenlatlllK Slun
deroiiN Statement*.
There was a return to an ancient
Dutch custom 5u the common pleas
court at Lancaster, Pa., the other clay,
when the suit of Abraham A. De Haven
against Moses Weller, to recover dam
ages for slander, was called for trial.
Weller, says the Philadelphia North
American, cut short further proceed
ings in court and possibly saved him
self the payment of heavy damages by
agreeing to publish a “lie letter,” in
which lie retracts all of his strtemcnls
derogatory to tlie character of D
Haven; ami such potency lias the “lie
IcWer" that, barring certain ceremoni
als which have got to be gone through
with in connection with litis peculiar
settlement out of court, the public will
bear no more of tlie case. These cere
monials consist of the circulation of the
“lie letter” among De Haven’s friends,
the posting of it on dead walls in those
localities where the friends of bothmicn
gather most and the reading aloud of
the letter by Weller at the next public
gathering in the neighborhood.
These “lie letters” were formerly
much more resorted to for tlie settle
ment of lawsuits in this section of the
state than now. They are still in high
favor in South Africa, the newspapers
of the Transvaal frequently containing
these quaintly worded apologies of the
burghers for wrongs by word of month
which they have done their fellow coun
I'leclrlc Hmixen.
Electrically operated dredges are
now used on rivers and hai hois, w here
mmense quantities ( f inaterial hate to
he handled qiiieltlv
testify to the merit of Banner Salve in
curing piles. It is guaranteed. Henry
Hinrichs. feb22
I, A. J. Svacimt. representing non
union Fire Insurance companies am
able to give you better rates on your
fire insurance than the agents represent
ing the trust companies, as I do the rat
ing according to the hazard of the risk,
and the companies that I represent ap
prove my rating. Let me have the in
surance and I will keep the rates do vn.
A social notice to the policy holders
of the Northwestern National Fire lu
■nranee Cos. of Milwaukee, Wis.
If you wish to have the benefit of the
low rates, send me your policies for can
cellation and I will return to you the
unearned premium for the unexpired
time, and write you anew policy at the
current low rates. Do not cancel your
policies, if requests are made upon you
by other agents, as I am the agent of the
company and can give you better satis
faction than they can. Thanking you
all for the patronage,
I remain yours truly.
A. J. Hvacina.
Room 14, Torrison block. I
Take Laxative Bhomo Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. vv. Grove’s signa
t ire if- on each Ixix. 25c. Amo. may
quickly cured by Banner Halve, the most
healing remedy in the world. Heniy
Hinrichs. feh22
Meteorological report of voluntary ob
server at Manitowoc Manitowoc county
Wisconsin. For week ending Tuesday,
Feb 20, ISioo.
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17 11 IS 4 14 NW Cloudy
1H lit iIS i H Id NW Pt Cloudy
n Id 125 I K 17 SK cloudy
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Johanna Li’in. Obaerrer
Her Bosom Friend (in a whisper)—
Marriage is a grand, sweet song. I sup
pose ?
Mrs. Oldhnsband Hubby complains
that it’s too much solo.
During the early part of October. ISM,
I contracted a bad cold which settled on
my lungs and was neglected until I fear
ed that consumption hud appeared in an
incipient state. 1 was constantly cough
ing and trying to expel something which
1 could not. 1 became alarmed and af
ter giving the local doctor atrial bought
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Home
ly and the result was immediate improve
ment, and after I had used three lioltles
r.iv lungs were restored to their healthy
state. H. S. Edwarus, Publisher of The
Review, Wyant. 111. For sale by Hen
ry lliurichs, druggist feh‘3?
Notice of the annual meeting of the
Manitowoc County Industrial Associa
tion will he found else where in this issue.
E. B. Monday, a lawyer of Henrietta
Tex., once fooled a gave-digger. , He
says: "My brother was very low with
malarial fever and jaundice. 1 persuad
ed him to try Electric Bitters, and he
was soon much better, but continued
their use until lie was wholly cured. 1
am sure'Electric Bitters saved ids life.'
This remedy expels malaria, kills disease
germs and purifies the blood; aids diges
tion, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels,
cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous
diseases, kidney troubles, female com
plaints: gives perfect health. Only .V)c
at Henry Hinrichs' drug store, febi?
When buying property he sure and
have the seller furnish you with an Ab
stract of Title showing that Title is
straight and that the property is not in
cnmliefed by Mortgage, Judgement or
Julius Lindstedt, manager of Manito
woc Cos. AbstractCo. The only Abstract
of Manitowoc Cos.
About 3000 laborers are at present em
ployed on the Panama canal.
Are r*ow tor sale by all leading Orccerj.
The -tooth anniversary of the discovery
of Brazil is to be ob.serveu in May.
Mrs. J. K. Miller, Newton Hamil
ton. Pa., writes. “I think I)eWitfn Witch
Hazel Salve the grandest salve made."
It cures piles and heal*everything. All
fraudulent imitations are worthless.
Henry Hinrichs.
Doctor Well, i’ll get my money out
of old Neverpay this time.
Wife You said you never exacted to
get a cent for treating him.
Doctor I will this time. His life was
insured, and he’s dead.
DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve is tin
equalled for piles, injuries and skin dis
eases. It is the original Witch Hazel
Salve. Beware of all counterfeits. Hen
ry Hinrichs.
Two good cooks wanted for the gov
ernment dredges. Wages SSO per month
(board not included.) Must he temper
’ate and furnish good references. Apply
to E. A. Cannon,
(Iverseeer of Dredges.
1 Kewaunee. Wis.
in laundry methods is displayed on every
piece of linen that is sent home from
our laundry and the miniiiiwur that ap
preciates tine laundry work eaunot help
admiring the finish and clear white col
or that we lay ujmiu it. Send your laun
dry work to us and you will never lie
disappointed. We handle it carefully
and launder it jierfectly.
Hn w Flake Laundry.
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\m D *• Kdlrf fWr l.ftdl**'*' in MUr. by rrlinl
-X If Mull. I 0.000 TrrtlmonUl* 0m• rmpm.
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kl 4 111 *ll Loctl
is at the roots. Clipping **|£y
the ends of the hair is
liketreatingthehrauches /JBjjijM
of a tree with rotten M
roots. You must strike A fIS
Sutherland v|ra|
Sisters’ |||||
Dealer I harsh a ticklin’in m'injr
Treate Maybe it’s a feather off the
last cuchtail.
John Dikk, l*<weyvide, Iml, says, ' I
never used anything as good as One Min
ute Cough Cun l . We are never with
out it." Quickly breaks up coughs and
colds. ('tires till throat and lung troubles.
Its use will prevent consumption. Pleas
ant to take. Henry Hinrichs.
for a farm and cash or time given. My
store buildi igs and lot and whole busi
ness, dry goods, notions, clothing, etc. tit
a bargain. (I i>l chance for right party
Adoi.l’H CIZI lv.,
• Manitowoc, Wis. tf
The following .arc the current prices of
the various articles of produce us report
ed for The Pilot on Feb.
Potatoes -25
Wheat. Spring .... hi
Wheat White Winter -56
live -55
Barley -88
Oats -25
Corn 87 88
Hay 00-8.00
Butter 10-20
Eggs 18-18
Salt per bbl 0080 1 00
Wood 8 75 4 50
j Peas White 80
! Peas Marofat 1.00
j Peas Green -90
Peas Scotch 95
AFull Load.
When you pay for a ton of coal
here yon get it not half a ton or
nine tenths of a ton. hut a full
two-thonsand-ponud ton.
Besides, our Plynionth Coal burns
longer, and (fives more heat, less ashes,
less (fas, and less trouble than other
Manitowoc Land & Salt Cos.
712 Quay Street. Phone 37
may lie in paving tot) much
lor a thing 1 , or in paying too
If you buy Atomizer* for
less than we ask, you’ll not
get as good quality that's
poor economy.
If you pay more, you pay
too much, because we sell
the best.
The same rule applies to
our Hot-water Bottle* and
The up-to-date druggist.
Chas. F. Fechter’s,
South Side Hook Store.

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