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* THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1900. Saturday brought a touch of real spring. ” Oscar Alter is having his drug store repainted. The municipal campaign was a re markable quiet one. An heir was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Torrison last Thursday. A BABY boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pankratz on Thursday last. Election day opened up with regular democratic weather, that is, stormy. OCR first April shower appeared promptly on the first of the month. The Northwestern line basarewtime table in this issue. Note the changes. L. .1, ANDERSON entertained relatives at his home on Bt. Clair street, Sunday. M its. THOK. E. T<IRRISON entertained a small company last Saturday aftermsm. The picture of K. K Jones that is to V>e placed in the library is an excellent likeness. Rudolph Grom, began with the car penter work on Mr Teitgen s new house on Monday. Mr. Baueh, Rahr’s chemist, was laid up with an atta k of appendicitis but is now back on duty. The O. Torrison residence is Iteing partly redecorated. Kling of Chicago has charge of the work. The Building and Loan Association declared a dividend of I*t cent, at its meeting last night. Frank K retch e has joined the spring house cleaning movement and is having his store renovated. CarlHaktwhi. republican candidate for supervisor in the rd ward, received a majority of 59 votes. Dr. CuRRENS of Two Rivers removed a tumor from the eye of Wm. Btadler ~f Manitowoc on Saturday. A LITTLE daughter of F C. Bnerstatte fell while playing the other day and bruised her face quite severely. The Alnminun Novelty Cos. is giving its plant, a general overhauling prepar atory to a season of heavy work. The confirmation of the scholars of the Lutheran school will take place Sunday. A class of 54 will lie confirmed. The snowfall scene in Prof Wirths dancing schiad last Friday evening brought out a large delegation of young folks. The new C. & N. W. drawbridge near the f.s.t of Month noth street is practical Iv completed and will Is- in use in a few dayu. Mr. Frederick Schmitz of Newton lonia valuable horse recently. The horse became unmanageable and ran against a i*>st, killing himself. William A. Christensen and Miss Lillian Hacker were married at the home of Mr and Mrs. ('diaries Christen sen last Thursday evening. Lincoln .i Carter’s latest sjiectac ular production, "Under the Dome, ap Iteared at the < )peraHouse Monday even ing. There was a gisl house. The G.sHlrich steamer lowa came down river Tuesday afternoon and start ed on her run the same evening Min ims been refitting for several weeks. Last Monday the Hanson Wagon Works shipped 23 heavy road wagons to Menominee They came down sth street and formed a very nh-e procession. Cos. 11 is to drill twice a week from now on, Tuesdays and Thursdays, until inspection, which will take place this year before the company goes to camp The April number of the Nationa] Printer Journalist of Chicago has an ex cellent i>ortrail of Mr. Nagle together with an extended coiimient on his life ami work Herman Wolteks. a young man 28 years old died a week ago from consump tion at the home of his parents. The funeral took place Mnnday at 3 o'clock. Rev Mach miller officiating A nRE alarm was rung in from ls>x ■tl at ms.ii Sunday, and the department turned ■mt promptly They found mull ing but a small chimney blaze in a frame house near the Episcopal church. Tin. t Tio < 'lull kum' ii reception ut the r• -1• • 11<• iif Mis> (iesine Sehuette last Thursday in honor uf Mrs. A C Neville of (Insm Huy. Mr* Neville is a jimmi nent worker in the Federation of Worn en'n Hulls Tin: lira matte eluli have chatiK ••ii their lull for their Easter Monday jmt formulae They will put on Tompkins Hired Man :i first class comedy lie hearsals are now in progress and the (■vent will undoubtedly be a Staves* Ut:\m Nikn.xhkk has resigned his posllliill 11' I sink keejs'l' for the Adi.lns t’oal t Vi. to aeeept the ]sisitloli at the Seating Works vacated by Willi-Mi.(lull man. Mr. NienaWr has been w!*U the eomiMiny for the last six years Thk.uk. is a projeet on foot among Sheboygan Masons to build a Ma-ollii temple and opera house combined She ls>ygan is as hadlv in need of a modern oj*era house as is Manitowoc It is pro jss'isl to sjs*nd alsmt SHtt.OO() on the building if it is erecbsl. Hire* iiizry Hindis, tired finding, atom aeh kidney, and liver troubles Keeps you well ail summer U.s k> Mountain Tea taken this month -tv See F i ■ Buerstatte. Miss Charii y Cootway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuft Cootway, died last Friday morning after a lingering illness. I She was only twenty-three years old, and her untimely death has caused sor row throughout a wide circle of acquaint ■ ances. The funeral services were held on Monday morning. The town is filling up with lumber jacks who ar through with their sea son's work and have plenty of money, and so generally get into trouble. Sat urday evening Captain Carle was tele phoned for and took one out of the Green Bay house, and Monday he got another in his clutches at Jim Edwards's. Last Thursday morning our military Isiys were notified that they were to re ceive another installment of pay from Uncle Sam. This money is for the time spent in Camp Harvey. During this period the regiments were paid, by the state, but the good old uncle has decided to pay them also and no one has object ed to taking it. The Electric Light Company will build a sub station to supply the new pea canning factory and this plant will also assist the central station in lighting the western part of the city. The sub-sta tion will feed the wires going to that part of the town and will Is; so arranged that its jKiwer can Is- used if anything should happen to th“ central station. The public library report shows a cir culation in the eighteen days of March during which the library was open of more than 35<X) volumes. This is ample evidence that the institution fills a want. The amount of g<aal that it is doing, particularly among young people, is in calculable. More Issiksare being added constantly and the field covered will con tinually enlarge. The C. & N. W. Hy. Cos. have pnt on another passenger train Is*tween Mani towoc and Milwaukee. It is known as No. 1 and leaves Milwaukee daily ex cept Sunday at 9:55 a. in . arriving here at 12:25 p. m. Returning, it leaves Man itowoc at 4:05 p. in. and reaches Mil wau kee at (140, connecting there with the train that gets to Chicago at 9:30, The new train is a sulistantial addition to the Manitowoc service, and will prove a great convenience. The first run was made last Monday. JULIUS Uuerstatte has made ar rangements with the electric light com pany whereby he undertakes and exe cutes all electrical wiring and construc tion work as his own business but still retains the suis-rintendentship of the electric light company. Mr. Buerstatte is having an office arranged in the rear of F. C. Bnerstatte's drugstore and will lie ready to commence work by May 1. The work will also include putting in electric la-1 Is, fire alarms, and everything in the line of electrical construction. CENSUS ENUMERATOR The census enumerators to la* appoint ed in Manitowoc County by Director Merriam have been decided niam. They are as follows: Unto William Morgan, ('larks Mills. ('enterville Gottlieb Mill, Hika. Ciajperstown Clifford King, Coopers tuwn. Eaton Robert D. Rickaby. Niles. Franklin Joseph A. Kellner, Kellners ville. Gilison George "Wilson. I>arala*e. Village of Kiel—Hugo Lindner, Kiel. Kossuth Anton B. Cizek, Francis Creek. Lila-rty Harry Gilbertson, Rula*. Town of Manitowoc Alois Hchnmr, Manitowoc. Manitowoc Rapids Peter Terkelson and It C Olson, Manitowoc. Maple Grove Theodore Utke, Reeds ville. Meeine William Ika-ldt, School Hill. Mishicott John Shambeau. Mishicott. Newton Herman Wernecke and Wil limn Uodewald, Timothy. Village of Reedsville and Rockland Julius Borm-feldt. Reedsville. Schleswig F. M (tensch, Louis Corn ers. Two Creeks Wenzel Tomek, Nero. Town of Two Rivers John Petri, Shoto. < 'ity of Manitowoc; Ist ward William (iennrich. 2nd ward John Hugh..on. !lrd ward F C. Wostplial (til ward (tnlie Hougen. btb and titb wards Christian Hacker. Tth ward A L. Uraham. City of Two Kivers Conrad Bnetz and Marry Hurst. Alonzo A Lo]ht of Ripou is the su pervisor tor this district and will have a general overnight over the work of tlie enumerators The counting will Is' done lietweeii .luii' Ut and July Ist this year Cities of (O.imki inhabitants or more as shown by the census of (HIM) must be counted in two week but us Manitowoc did not 1 have that |>pulation ten years ago the full moulli will be allowisl ItlMlINt) TWINE Commencing Monday. April Dtb and coiitiimiuir for two weeks only, we will sell Rinding twine at following prices: Warranted I*ure Manila is*r lb. Ibc I l !vmonth Mtamlard per lb. Ibc This is cheaper than any dealer can buy and farmers ought to take advantage of Ibis low price, as we only have one car load to sell at that price and we will predict that this car will tie sold inside * of two weeks E. Warner Cos. ELECTION RESULTS IN THE CITf. Ek 'iilob day passed quietly aud a fair ly heavy rote was polled in most of the wards. Republican aldermen were elect ed in the first, second, third and fourth, and democratic aldermen in the other three wards. A noticeable fact is that all the retiring north side aldermen in the last council were returned, while all the retiring south side aldermen were replaced by Sew men. The ne v council will contain ten men out of the fourteen who are thoroughly conversant with current city business. This, in view of tht many important matters now pending, is an excellent thing for the city. There were some changes in the city’s representation on the county b<ard. Democratic supervisors in the second, fourth and sixth wards have been replac ed by republicans, in the sixth without a contest. The republican supervisor in the first was displaced by a demo crat. The votes cast were as follows; First Ward Supervisor, Chas. Groff man, D., 228; F. C. Schultz, R., 12H. Alderman, Carl Hansen, D., 171; Joseph Biegel, R., 185. Justice of the peace, Huliert Falge, D., 265; William Sampe, R.. 90, Constable, Emil Streich, D., 244; John Arnold, R., 113. Second Ward-Supervisor, J. Chlou pek, D., 54: William Frazier, R.. 163. Alderman, Robert McGaviu, D., 76; C. F. Canright, R., 144. Justice of the peace, H. L. Markham. R.. 188. Con stable, J. L. Edwards, D.. 55; Robt. T. Blake, R.. 157. Third Ward-Supervisor, R. Groll, D., 152; Chas. Hartwig. R , 211. Alderman, John Schreihart, D.. 151; Edward A. Raeuber, R., 219. Justice of the peace, Wm. Schellin, D.. 180; Emil Seitz, R., 168; Constable, Henrv Schweitzer, D., 217, Herman Vieweger. R., 142. Fourth Ward—Supervisor, Frank Ze man, D.. 147; Frank Vraney, R., 155. Ald erman, Henry Mulholland, D., 144; Nels Windingstad, R., 167. Justice of the peace, J. C. McCarty, D., 117; H. F. Hubbard, R., 184. Constable, Hiram Smith, R. and D., 230. Fifth Ward Supervisor, Walter Pel let, D., 109: Christian Hacker, R., 49. Alderman, H. Schroeder, D., 123; Louis Bartke, R., 32. Justice of the peace, F. Veith, D., 88; Ed. SchafHand, R., 67. Constable, Anton Boehm, D., 109; Henry Rockey, R., 43. Sixth Ward -Supervisor, A. P. Schen iau, R.. 83. Aldermen, Frank Blesch. D., 08; Fred Bock, R., 51. Justice of the peace, G. A. Forrest, R.,92. Constable, George Shipper, D., 31; E. C. Hollen beck, R., 83. In the Seventh ward the democratic candidates were elected without opposi tion except Ed. Schmidt, who defeated John O'Hara, independent, for justice of the j>eace by a vote of 82 to 75. F. Mro tek was chosen for supervisor, Anton Schultz for alderman and Lucyan Bu dycz for constable. The result cannot l>e called a victory for either party. The voters showed con siderable independence in casting their ballots. For instance, Blesch. democrat, won out in the Sixth ward, which is strongly republican, and Biegel, repub lican, came out ahead in the first, which is democratic; and in the third, Hartwig and Raeulier, republicans, divided the honors with Schweitzer and Schellin, democrats. HEW TRAIN BETWEEN CHICAGO AND MANITOWOC The train which leaves Chicago at 7 ;00 a. m. except Sunday will connect at Mil waukee with anew train leaving Mil waukee 955 a. m., arriving Sheboygan i 1 39 a. m. and Manitowoc 12.25 p. m. Returning this train will leave Manito woc except Sunday at 4:05 p. in., She boygan 5:01 p. m. arriving Milwaukee 6:10 p. m. connecting with No. 16 leav ing Milwaukee at 7:15 p. m. arriving Chicago 9:30 p. m. other changes on thk Ashland DIVISION. The train which has been leaving Wausau at 10:00 a. m. except Sunday will start from Marshfield at 8:30 except Sunday arriving at Eland Jet. 10:45 a. m. This train will connect at Marsh field with C. St. P. M. &O. train leav irg Merrillan 6:55 a. m. The connec tion thus made with the train from Mer idian also affords connection for local travel from points south of Merrillan <>u train No. 503 leaving Chicago at 10:15 p. in Madison 154a. m. and Elroy 4:20 a. m. The connection with the train out of Minneapolis and St. Paul via Merrillan. which has Iteen made at Marshfield with passenger tiain No 138 leaving Marsh field 2:25 p. in will lie made hereafter bv accomodation train No. 140, which will leave Marshfield at 225 p. m. ex cept Sunday, arriving Wausau 1 30 p. ui. connecting with passenger train leaving there 7:30 p. in., arriving Eland Jet 8:20 except Sunday. - FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We still handle Oliver Chilled and Sniitb Bend Plows and Repairs, also cul tivators, shovels, forks, rakes, wheel barrows, seni)iers. hay carriers etc. Our rash prices make the purchaser happy. E. Waijnkk Cos. NOTED HEALER IN TOWN. The greatest healer of modern times I i- Banner Salve, for cuts, wounds, sores, I piles and all skin diseases. Guaranteed. ' Henry Hinrichs. apr2o BEAL ESTATE REPORT. Retorted by Manitowoc Cos. Abstract Cos. Stanislaus Schipper to Mrs. Kate Hall, E. 1 of lots 2 and 3, block 40, city, SISOO. Nancy I. Hurst to Candle E. Mermuys, S. 1 of lots 5 and 6, blk. 48, Two Rivers city, |650. Joseph Mirenovsky to John Hynek, 20 acres, section 28, Franklin, $925. Hannah Meranda Pierce to Mrs. Susan Pierce, all of Gov. lot 8 and 7 acres Gov. lot 6, Manitowoc Rapids. sl. John Petrie Sr. to John Petrie Jr., 63 acres, section 20. Kossuth, also parcels of land sections 20 and 29, Tw j Rivers, S3OOO. John Ebel to Jacob Mosuch. parcel of land, section 36, Two Rivers, S3OO. Gustav Krieser to Richard Busse, 80 acres, section 8, Cooperstown, SIOOO. Marie Kliment to Joseph Frolik. lots 18 and 19. block 119, city, $4825. Sven Severson to Robert Bubolz and Reinhard Kmenig, 5 acres, section 27, Rockland, SIOO. John Stastny to Frank Stastny, 60 acres, sections 10 and 15. Kossuth, SSOOO. William P. Noyes to William Wiegert 115 acres, section 21, Cato. $4900. Joseph Rezba to Charles A. Rezba, parcels of land, sections 28 and 33, Gib son, SIOOO. Carl H. Seeger to Frank A. Miller, lots No. 25 and 26, block No. 2 in Mani towoc Real Estate Co.'s subdv. No. 1, SIBSO. Two Rivers Manufacturing Cos. to Emil Mermuys, lot 2, block 58, Two Rivers city, $675. Fred Borcherdt to Henry Baetke, lot 14, block 286, city. sl. Ferdinand Heyroth to Max Hiller, lot 7. block 1, F. Heyroth’s add. to Manito woc city, $275. Michael O’Dea Sr. to Michael O’Dea Jr., 80acres, section 13, 80acres, section 14. Rockland, sl. Rose A. Edwards to Arthur E. Dow, lot 14, block 55, city, $1275. Edward Schmidt to John C. Wilsmann 80 acres, section 20, Two Rivers, S3OO. August Ahrens to Bank of Two Rivers 80 acres, section 33, Two Rivers, $740. John Franz to Nicholas Ollinger, lot 4, subdv. section 6, Manitowoc, SIOOO. Henry Stolze Sr. to Martin A. ILVble witz, lot 10 in sub. of blk. 264, city, SSOO. John L. Edwards to Emil Schmeisser, 4 acres, section 21, Meeme, S6OO. Henry Stolze Sr. to Joseph Clark, lot 11, in re-snbdv. block 264, city. $440. Mary Regan et al to Sylvester Schnei der, 40 acres, section 16, Maple Grove, $350. Albert W. Reynolds to Frank Urban, 40 acres, section 1, Kossuth, SI4OO. George E. Henry to Frank A. Miller, lots No. 18 and 19 of block No. 2, in Manitowoc; Real Estate Co.’s subdv. No. 1, SI4OO. MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY. It is certainly gratifying v j the public to know of one concern which is not afraid to be generous. The proprietors of Dr King’s New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asth ma, Bronchitis, La Grippe and all Throat, Chest and Lung disease are surely cured by it. Call on Henry Hiurichs Druggist, and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c andsl.oo. Every bottle guaranteed. Henry Hinrichs. apr26 Thirty-five warship, not including torpedo boat destroyers, were built in Great Britian last year. LA GRIPPE coughs often continue for months and sometimes lead to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point. Foley’s Honey and Tar affords positive protec tion and security from these COUGHS. Henry Hinrichs. apr2o The collar-bone is more frequently broken than any other bone in the body. THAT THROBBING HEADACHE. Would quickly leave you, if yon used Dr. King s New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Hick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Henry Hinrichs Druggist. Pf2o •I think DeWitt’s Little Early Risers are the best pills in the world/ says W. E. Lake. Happy Creek. Va. They re move all obstructions of the liver and bowels, act quickly and never gripe. H. Hinrichs. Express trains pass each other at a velocity of ninety yards a second. A. R Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve tint* sin the night, and had severe liackache and pains in the kidneys. Was cured by Foley’s Kid ney Cure. It's guaranteed. Henry Hinrichs. apr2 The net bonded debt of New York city on November I reached the extraordi nary sum of $256,078,370.00. , A HUHKIBLEOIJTHttEAK •Of large sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scald head" writes C. D. Isbill of Morgantou, Tenn., but Bncklens Arnica Salve comp’-tely cured her. It s a guaranteed cure for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rhenin. Pimples, Sores. Ulcers and Piles. Only 2'>" at Henry Hinrichs. apr26 Whales are never *on,ut in the gulf stream. Schuette Brothers T MWrmm At all times you will find llfl * n our store ,fle ver Y latest f/Jriwlim tn( * best thin 8 s in men's | % tised in the leading maga -9 zines and worn by good Schuette Brothers. Linens, Linens, . Linens . We are again showing a large line of TABLE LIN ENS, NAPKINS, TOWELING, HANDKERCHIEFS, which we offer at very low prices. Call in and ex amine quality and price. w w t t Corner So. 9th Henry Esch, safe-*- ALTER’S SARSAPARILLA and RED CLOVER BLOOD PURIFIER. Everyone should lessen the extra work forced upon his system in in the spring time by taking some reliable blood-tonic. Sickness does not need to be already present. Yon should purify your blood every spring to get the excess mat ter (occasioned by the heavy diet of winter) out of your system. Try our Blood Purifier, it is the best, as shown by experience. OSCAR A. ALTER, Prescription druggist. Wanted .. for the balance of the season parties that have not tried our coal, to buy their odd lots of us for the balance of the season. Those who try our coal invariably come again. It is our business policy “to sell to sell again.” We would appreciate your trial order; and you will appreciate our coal and service. Five yards, four offices, phone connections and accommodations unsurpassed. The J. G. JOHNSON CO. Dr. E. M. Kapitan, . .. Dentist . . . Over Mendlik & Mulholland’s Store, N. Bth Str.