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allTover the county.
Miss Jennie Werner visited at Chicago.
John Horn made a trip to Marinette.
Robert Altman did business at Maple
Mrs. A. H. Muzzy visited at Reedsville
last Thursday.
Mrs, H. Ariens visit'’-! at Sheboygan
W. A. Maertz of Reedsville was seen
in the city last Wednesday.
Leo Strassburg visited with his family
at Oconto.
C. Kiehl visited Manitowoc.
Chas. Kock was the guest of Rev.
Nic Blau is having a residence erected
at Kaukauua.
Rev. F. Krueger of Forest Jet., and
wife were here for a few days.
Dora Deloye of Keokuk la. is a guest
of H. Hobson and wife.
Hattie Jesse has lieen re-engaged to
teach her old school near Forest Jet.
next year.
Thu Misses Clara and Nora Bach of
Forest Jet. visited with friends in this
Fred Barden attended the congression
al convention as a delegate, J. M. Lint
ner accompanying him.
Emil Schreiber anti Rudolph Sclmtz
visited as the Methodist camp meeting.
Rev. J, Rennicke of Wayside died of
a stroke of apoplexy.
Mrs. E. Bloom and daughter Elsa, of
Chicago, are visiting with the family of
Fred Pautz this week.
Capt. A liter t Becker, formerly of
Manitowoc but now of Oshkosh Irans
sacted business here.
John and Ed Bulsdzof Deerbrook, visi
ted with their relatives in this vicinity
a few days last week.
A tine new railroad map of the United
States, emltellished by tinted half-tones
of various scenes, now adorns the wall
of the C. & N. W. depot here.
Those jstssessing epicurean taste par
took of turtle soup at Flack’s Wednes
day. Among the party was J. F. Slad
ky of Manitowoc.
Hattie, the young daughter of Mr.
ard Mrs. Rudolph Behnkeof Rockland,
died Sunday, at the age of eight years.
The funeral bxtk place on Tuesday at
the Lutheran cemetary in Rantoul, Rev.
Sagehorn performing the rites.
Willie and Anton Schneider and their
sister Clara were home to attend the
funeral of their sister.
Miss Ida Pitz of Nebraska, visited
friends and relatives here.
The following teachers have been em
ployed in the surrounding districts:
Branch, Martin Marken; Four Corners,
L. W. Ledvina; Kossuth, Mrs. Lorrigau;
District No. 4, near Meyers, Win. Engel:
Francis Creek. Anna Schneider.
Brnno Dallwig of Manitowoc came
home to remain on a few days vacation
August Voelker fell from a scaffold in
a barn and seriously sprained one of his
lower limits. He will not lie able to do
any work for several weeks.
Ida Knnz and Anna Shaffer, will no
longer play on old instruments. tlu*r
have both invested in a piano.
Qnita a number of jieople Manitowoc
passed through on their way to Maple
One Door South of Present Location.
Done Neatly and with
Dispatch at The Pilot
Office. Subscribe for The
Pilot the Best paper in
the county.
There has been added to the Pilot of
fice equipment a fine line of new
type for briefs.
Dr. E. M. Kapitan,
. . . Dentist . . .
Over Mendlik & Mulholland’s Store, N. Bth Str
nvi;, mmm
I jßßpSsßijlk
Joseph W. Finch is one of the lest
known men in Liberty, For the last
two terms helms been town chaiiman,
thus entitling him to a seat in the
County Board of Supervisors. Before
assuming the chairmanship of the town,
he had for a great many years acted in
the cajmcity of town clerk. In early
life Mr. Finch taught schools in various
sections of the county and he is remem
bered by a large host of his former
pupils who are scattered all over the
Mr. Finch is said to be the most pop
ular town chairman Liberty Ims ever
had. and he is now being urged to take
the position once more. He has not yet,
however, decided whether to take up
the work again; as he expressed it, he
would like to see some of the younger
cha)rs Imve a trial. If the town insists
on his assuming the duties he will, of
course take them up.
For a great many years, now, Mr.
Finch has farmed a fine piece of land,
situated on the old Green Bay road, in
extent HO acres. He says crops this
year promise to le wonderfully good
with the exception of hay. It will only
l*e another week liefore he and all the
farmers in the district begin harvesting.
Mat Thornton of Iron Mountain visit
ed relatives here last week.
Thomas Carroll Ims boen engaged as
teacher of the school for the coming
Mayme Langhlin left last week for
Marion where she will sjM'nd a few
weeks visiting her brother.
Ben Olson of Milwaukee is visiting his
sister Mrs, Erickson.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. McGlangheud and
and daughter Lillian of Oconto spent
last week at Clarks Mills,
Ella Attridge is the guest of her
cousin Kstella Niles of Eaton.
A number of young jieopjc picnicked
at the Lower falls, Thursday.
Malicl Thompson left for Manitowoc
Saturday after sitending a few weeks
with her parents.
10 PUKE 4 (OLD IX ONE 0.4 V
Take Laxativk Bkomo (jumiNK Tam
lkts. All druggists refund the money
ifit fails to cure. E. vv. Git ivk'h sigua
ture is on each Isix. ‘350. (tmo. may
Miss Nettie S;;hneider, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider of Branch
died of consumption Friday morning at
the age of twenty-one. Her itarents,
five brothers and six sister survive her.
Burial took place Sunday af terms in in
the village lemetery. The services were
conducted by the Rev. Mr. Johnson of
Miss Schneider had l>een ill almost a
year. She spent two months last win
ter in New Mexico in the vain attempt
to regain her health, and returned to
her home early this summer to die.
Miss Schneider was a young tady of
charming personality, a favorite with
the villagers. Her popularity, however,
extended far beyond the boundaries of
the Branch into Manitowoc and other
cities and towns of the state. Her death
is deeply felt by her friends because of
her winsomeness and naturalness, and a
very apparent gap is made in the com
munity by her demise. Her death was
not unexpected, but it was peaceful- As
William Cullen Bryant said, “She drew
the draperies of her conch alsiut her and
laid down to pleasant dreams.'
A picnic in Blum’s Park is announced
for next Sunday.
Richard has returned to his
work at Wausau after a short stay with
Minnie Specht is home on her annual
Hattie and Leana Wagner are spend
ing a vacation at Green Bay.
Ida Quistorf returned to Milwaukee
after a short visit here.
Emma Beyer entertained a large num
ler of friends Sunday.
Ella Terens spent several days in Bril
lion not long since.
Agnes Pokornv of Milwaukee is visit
sting in Mishicott.
John Shambeau has gone to spend
several weeks with friends residing at
Marshfield and Wausau.
Mrs. Martin who was reported to la
very ill in last week’s issue is on th
road to recovery. Hr- Karnopp is treat
ing her-
The farmers in this vicinity are near
ly through with haying.
Dr. J. R. Minuahan of Green Bay
passed through here lasi Thursday to
call upon < 'barley Mchram who has lieen
sick for nearly a year
The storm of hist Saturday which
passed over this section of the country
did considerable damage. Trees were
uprooted and houses and barns were
slightly torn apart. The large granary
of Earnest Kasson was blowi. down and
the se perilled pieces of timlier were
scattered for some distance alsmt.
William Kimes barn, which is adjoin
ing that of Karnest Kasson's was also
lamaged. Several other outhouses felt
the effect of the storm.
Who have been healed by MANNER
salve, is very large. It heals all
wounds or sores and leaves no scar. Hen.
ry Hinrichs druggist.
§A. B. iVlelendy
Studio In Metropolitan Block. IN. Btli Si
My new studio is a decided success* in the produc
tiim of line portraits, in Cabinets and Photo Ovals
Special care given to Family Groups and large work
also Photo Buttons and Photo Novelties. Retuem
my Studio is one block north of Htb street bridge.
Attorneys at i.aw. om<<* over Havings
Hunk. Muncy loaned mi realystatc secur
REOISTER ok DEEDS. Notary Public and
< ’oii'eyiinccr. Muncy luam*dun reasonable
rates. Manitowoc. Wisconsin.
ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. Williams Mrick
Block. Manitowoc. Wisconsin.
Attorneys anih'oi’nsei.ors at i.aw
Oltli'C over National Hank, Eighth street
*'ollections |ir<nu|>tiy attend<sl to
LAWYERS ollieein Torrison's l*i-U-k iiliM'k
north end Eighth street bridge. Manitowoc
Wisconsin I’ollis-tlons promptly attend.si to
IJRAi'TICE limit.si to Eye. Ear. Nose and
• Throat. Otllcehonrs.tttul2a.nl.. Ito 4p.
m. amt ItoH p. m < mice over Mendlik & Mul
hoiland's, N Mill street. Munitowrs', Wisconsin,
ing, raising and re silling Heavy work a
siieciafily. Smoke stacks rahas) til# N. sth Ht..
Telephone No lit. Manitowoc. Wisconsin
John J. Hkai.t Wai.tku M. .lover
1110 AI. V Ac JOYCE,
Attorneys at I .aw.
Metropolitan Block. Manitowoc. Wisconsin
Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
L. U MOSES, PmsiorsT.
LEANDEK CHOATE. Vick-Phkhiiikkt.
i O. J, MOHES, Cahhikh
Frank I’nte of Chicago sp<>iif last
week in thi* city.
Marv Walsh in home to spend her
Hninnier vacation.
P. Lafoml made a flyihr trip to Mil
waukee last Wednesday.
Peter Bcbrooder sjient a couple of
days last week in Chicago.
Jof. Doylisli and wife visited friends
in Kewaunee last week.
A party of Two Rivers jieople visited
the Coopers town caves last Sunday.
H. A. Kennicott of Milwaukee was the
guest of Rev. J. N. Davidson.
Will Niqnette of Manitowoc sjient
Sunday with friends.
,T. L. Reinhardt of Milwaukee was
(railed here last Friday by the serious
illness of his father.
Chas. Schmidt took a business trip to
Sheboygan last Thursday.
Casper Kepplcr of Hhelmygan visited
old schoolmates and friends here.
The Board of Equalization have ls*en
having lively sittings of late.
Maggie Schug of Wausau was the
guest of friends in this city.
R. E. Boehm and wife visited friends
in Appleton and Oshkosh.
Blanche Maloney of Milwaukee is vis
itmg former friends.
Thos. McMillan of Chicago is visiting
his cousin Peter McMillan.
Mrs. Frank Walter, wife of our edit
city baker, spent a .portion of last week
with friends in Chicago.
Herman Kuehl is home from Wausau.
John Schreideis of Menasha. an t>l<
Two Rivers boy, came here last week l,
attend Mu* funeral of his uncle. John
Rudolph Miller, one of tlie tellers ii
the First National Bank of Milwaukee,
spent a a isirthm of last week with hi
parents in this city.
Tina Damler left last Thursday f<u
Randolph. Wisconsin, to sjtend a jmu
tion of her vacation with a sister.
J. A. (ioimer left for laiCrosse yester
day morning as a representative to tin
state convention of the hs al hr.anch o
Catholic Knights of Wisconsin.
J. F. Wojta has just arrived hone
from Marathon where he Imslteen teach
sclusd Mr. Wotja says he has had n
most supppssfuJ year in Marathon coun
ty and that the Hchool hoard wishes that
he take up the duties of principal of tin
high schiMil next year, He has not de
cided what lie will do; lie has several
offers under consideration. Mr, Wojti.
says he was lately over in Madison, just
before the university closisl down fot
the summer vacation. He was surprised
he said to And such a large number ot
Manitowoc Isiys. When lie was at tin
university a couple of years ago tin
county was represented hy himself. A1
liert Schmidt and John Schmidt man.
Now there are some twenty seven hoys,
all told, who are pursuing their several
courses of study in the universit\
Any iKTHon having a claim against
lye estate of the late John Nagle is re
qipiHtdil tn file it. projierly at tested, with
the undersignt"!
Thomas K. Touimson,
M. 11. Mmipiiv.
Administrators of F.stab
Don’t Be Duped
There have lieen placed upon the market
several cheap reprints of un obsolete edition
of Welwter’s IM.• 1 ionary." Tin arc Is-in*
offered under various names at a low price
dry (roods dealers, grocers, agents, etc., and
in a Yew Instances as a premium forsuliscrlp
tionH to papers.
Announcements of these comparatively
reprints an- very misleading: for instance,
they are advertised to be the sulwtanlioJ
equivalent of a higher-priced tssk, when In
reality, so far as we know und lieileve, they
an* all, from A to Z,
Reprint Dictionaries,
phototype copies of a ttook of over fifty
years ago, which in itsday was sold foruliont
.5.(Si, and whicli was much mi|ierior in pu|*<r,
print, und binding to these imitations, lieing
thou a work of sonic merit instead of one
Long Since Obsolete.
The supplement of 10,(101) so-called “new
words,” wliich some of these hooks are adver
tised to contain, was compiled liy a gentle
man wtio died over forty year* ago, am) was
published before Ins death. Other minor
additions arc probably of innrr or less value.
The Oenulne Kdlllon of W>lwtr' I,'na
brldged lUctlonary, wliich isllic only meri
torious one familiar to tills generalion, con
tains over awt) pages, with ill ust rations on
nearly every puc, and ls*ars our imprint on
tin* title page. It is protected by copyright
from cheap imitation.
Valuable as (his work is, we have at vast
expense published a thoroughly revhssl suc
cessor, tlie nuine of which Is WklMTkti'S
Illustrated pamphlet (w.
Springfield, Mats., U. S. A.
Many thousands havu been restored to
health and happiness by the use of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. If afflicted
with any throat or lung trouble, give it
a trial for it is certain to prove benefici
al. Coughs that have resisted all other
treatment for years, have yielded to this
remedy and perfect health l>en restored.
Cases that seemed hopeless, that the
climate of famous health resorts failed {
to benefit, have been permanently cured
by its use. For sale by Henry Hinrichs
druggist jnly'.bl
Distressing Kidney and I’.ladder dis
eases relieved in six hours by the “New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy is a great surprise on
account of its exceeding promptness in
relieving qain in the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water and pain in jMissing it
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this isyouronly semedy.
Sold by F. C. Huerstat te, Druggist . Mani
owoc, Wis. tf
\NY advertised dealer is authorized to
guarantee hannkk salvk for letter, ,
■czema. piles, sprains, cuts, scalds, burns,
ulcers, and any open or ora* si nil’.. Hen
ry Hinrichs, druggist. ,
English Spavin Liniment removes Al l
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumpsond Diem
i sites from horses, Hlimml Spavins. Curbs.
Splints, Sweeney Ring Done. Stilies,
Sprains, all Swollen Throats. Coughs,
*tc. Save sab by the use of one Isittle.
.Varranteed the most wonderful Hlemish
'ure ever known. Sold by F. C. Duer
itatte Druggist. Manitowoc. Wis.
Your warranty deed for your property
s no better than a quitclaim deed, un
ess the party giving the warranty deed
vill have ample wealth in the future to
make his warranty good. The only
safeguard is an Aiistk.MT Of Titi.k
Julius Liudstedt, manager for the
Manitowoc County Abstract Company
Suggestions for those m Seush of Eealtb.
Many disease') :.i jno it en'.ivc that 1 i.mlri-du of p rsons Move ilicm before llicy even
suspect it. They Icnow they are not well, but arc perl.a lly tirnorant of the deadly fangs
whirl, are fastenin ' ut>ou them, and tin .1, .oner er 1 .lev. e. rlaluls destroy tin in, unless
rescued by a skillful band. Alii•' tot Al 't 'l.K'i hi* V* Your cami may now be
pi'rteclly curable, bm ifcniemtec. , ver.i moment ol in gleet bring:) you nearer i!:) In
curable slat,us, when, perhaps, Uni uio-i id: till at ntivsli inn ran 1. mu r you uo ussislauce.
The present is ours, llio future may bo 'A'OU JAIIU
Pieuldmil JlMplowomt Siudturluni, Urern l.nke,
tVli. t.i, 8. I*. Surgeon. I .at 11 of snl-
Ssrluni amt Unmet y Cos., Columbua, O.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases.
Dr. Kntohln makes
the Urst object ot tils
life to heal tiro af
flicted; tlie oeeoiid, lo
gel a well-deserved
reputation as a healer
of diseases amongth'i
people; the third, i 1
to earn a modest com
pensation lu order to
propony rare ter him
self mid family.
He does all thal lie
agrees to, and oft
times more, and when
(allure dues occur it
can arways lie traced
to carelessness, Im
prudence, or over
work 011 the part of
the patient.
He deals candidly,
liberally and honor
ably with all alike,
taking advantage of
none as .0 condition
or circumstance.
Last, hut not least,
UK cukes after all
methods but his have
Tht fiuooesiiful and Soiantlfio Treatment of til Dloiosei and
Weukneeßoo of Mankind Po ;uiblo to Obtain.
Tho most widely ami favorably known Hi*oolaliMt In thu United States. 11l i long c*-
ronnrkahlo hUIII and universal .nuccchm In Iho lurKeat b*:pltubi In tho world en
ables him to treat all CHRONIC, NERVOUS, SKIN and BLOOD Dlncuvch upon tho latest
Boiontlllc principles and entitles him to the full confidence of tin; anileied t verywhere.
RD IMITPUIM haH no aupejlor in ditttftnisliif' and treuliiiK diseases and ileiormltlcs.
Urn IVUIUmiI Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Diseases
Of tho Ky ', Mar, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dynpcpnla, Drlght’n Disease, Diabetes, Kid
noy, Liver, Illauder, Chronic Female and Sexual Diseases mjm edlly eend by treatment
that has never fulled In thousands of cases that had been pronounced beyond hope. Many
people meet death every year who might have been restored to perfect health had they
placed their cases In' *,no hands of experts.
The Doctor treatK no acuta illiraioi. hut
make* a Rpee|alt> of chrome and loiig-Hiantßng
cllm*u;hju. Casoj givori up by other doctors and
pronounced Incurable, he urn.it desires to see
Whenever It Is known that l>r. Ilulchlu H
•topping at u place, cni Im uullirt *o con*
•ult him, and It D n t to b • wandered in when
It Is romuinhorod that In ilbignoHlng tt tllsaitHO
h i never a a quuniiun. hot tbMcribcN the ull -
furont dl lout.ut belter thm lie* nick can tbei i- 1
solve t. It 1 1 u w >mloi liil yii’i tor anyone to I
;>osseNN,anil Hr. Kulcliln dhigmmtlc r wor |
jave uM.itod wonder throu {lmiiL the count i>.
lie adopted tho fullowhiu plan, which I*, pe
culiar to the large hospital 1 *, and 1 1 not nod
never hai bean the practice of country doctor.*,
vl/.: lie carefully notoi Uni HymptoiiiN of the
patient, unci ascertains the Dominion of the In
ternal organ", all of which h carefully record *
In hD register tor future ndorenco In thl
way he asoert iliia the true nature of the dl
ease and It ♦ cause. When nick pennio consult
him ho readily tolls thmn whether In* can cure
or help them, or wh D'lortliof are beyond hope
Are mild ami pie inuulj agree perfectly with
tb mo it delicate Duly or I'lilldt do not reduce
strength; can Im u *od while i.i work, und give
tho ffreatoat poudlbio bonetlt In the *.•orient
po 1 41 1 )I) time. Patient-4 can e4>nnult .dm or
com ui tin lento v/lth him as often as they choose,
(lioln* tho whole time re|iilie(l for thu cure,
without racar s to wbort they my bo, iou with*
outoxtra charge. Mum render ng the treatment
as succa 4Nf el ana satlr factory a 4 though they
were living not I door to ouch other.
Persons unskllirnlly treated hr Ivnornut
pretender* who keep trilling with them month
alter month, giving poDon-m:. ami Injurl him
compound**. Hhouhl call and see the Doctor.
IIP KOI A I.TI VM i Catarrh. Skin Dlseaaos.
Keros, IMm plow, Scrofula. Blood Taints, Eczema,
Cancer. Piles and I Manases of Women (julrkly
and Permm ontly Cured by the Into l approved
treatment us pursued by h iding specialists of
America and Europe.
Ciwn and corroflpomlenM) .■oiilUli ntlui, Tr< atmeiit Mint C O U. to any port o
the United State# ( orr aiiondonce with Invalid* nolle I tod All rs with Miami** Id
clos'd aimwored fr> sc Cull ami lio oxamimd ami at icon l learn the oamio of your Ulhouho,
tud if It can lx- cured Tape Worm- n>nwv. <1 In from thro, 10 ilvo hours without
Htarvatlon. The remedli# for the whole cour; ■ of treatment are fnrnlahul from tho
Office or at the Institute, all at once or liy the mouth.
Williams House, Thursday, Aug. 9.
Every Pour Weeks Thereafter.
OHi ‘0 liuiiiti from 51 a. in. to !♦ y. ui.
Pt*'k ich*. 4 e.Dgtna bluiktim.' Itraad-
OH|<nai And Only ttenulnr. A
Ar. LI.I reliable. Ltouit a.k jg\
f) h- I%ick4ters lha
If' ' 1 ' *’ •”'* to lied and fAtcd lucisiiic'v^Jur
* a lad pith blur ribbon Take
Pi Wjuothrr. Kff'tH tiitHgeri,UM tubtlt (14- V
I / ~ /lum< itnj At l)ru|fii(i, or amd 4*.
I U .# In atatopa ft-r particular a. taatimonlal* and
V tj* 0 “ Kollef far l.adlra.” m Ullff, If return
— X V / M*IL |,OOO TMtlroonltli /fame /'after.
v —"/ Oklflkaatar (ienlotl V*.,Mk4lkm R^aara,
ttul.l h/ all Local Uruggir'a. I’IIIL\I>A.. I’A.
X Op. Lankap’a Quaranteed
Sheave cure
X A guitninteno oars, we wIU send s Tso. bottle b>
J expre.4 prepaid end If not .atltded wtth retrni
X yonr money will be returned. We run she rill
J Why? Deoante we know what It will do. Wrttl
M to day. Aaenta wasted ererywhere.
1 UNIVERSAL FOOD CO.. Rack RepMs, (owe.
V The shore suarsntee It NaMoael
C Bank. B. L. BICkLABOt. Preildaok
: thin blood, weak lungs and |
paleness. You have them In 1
: I hot weather as well as in cold, s
;; them in summer as in winter. I
■; It is creamy looking and pleas- I
; ant tasting. j
50c. and >1.00; all druggists. J
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Itartlfinally digonts tln> food and aid>
Nature lu strengtticniug and recon
structlng the oxliansfed digestive or
gans It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparallot
can approach It in efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and permanent ly cure
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea
Stek Headache,C! ast ralgla,Cramps,anr
all other results of imperfect digest ion
Prepared by E. C DeWltt 4 Cos., Cblcoflo-
UoiUx't] not frlcht
i ii p< (i|ileiiit()(iorlor-
Ini' l>y liel'lliiß up a
pliant asix'cdy ilcu'h
before llinlr eyes. 11c
l<" s pot urge ihesiek
to tukn troatnx ut
u hen he knows tin m
to ho incurable Nei
ther doe* n by false
pielensea hold the
let; under his < arc
month alter month
\. Idle (loinir them no
i ood.
lie docs not ikt
i i.ude In Iplct.s in
< nrallies to doctor
i'Ut the last niontli ot
tlielr lives, orplvc up
their lust dime for
Ho docs not taka
Pullen's tinder u so
i alh and faWf'imrantec
pretendlUK to eluirPO
only for uiedlcine end
tuklna whatever
unionnt he CM I’et,
or make tlie object Of
Ida life toexlorllnon
< y from the Blok.
l>r. 14 i t<lt lit bun received the most ap
pro/ml Instruction In Analytical mid Micro*
Hfoplcu 1 Examination** of tin* lllood. Urine,
cl'-., which mu now cciinhlortui hullr punsuldo to
a correct <ilairno:.lH in nmny dhutoe#. There
are mi ny dlttur a which phynleluiiH In common
I'iucilcc hi not iiHUully treat, unit arc, there*
li-rc, .(Mom prepared v.’ltb neccHHury ami cost*
ly outllt ti* emu, h e correctly. orlrtul with *uc*
ee;*:; ;nich cat*< , Ihm foie, would do well to
c.ilt at unco ui I h am their true lonUillon. and
wlictbi i tlio o >iii i f Hope are yi t ope.v or fGr
ove. closed in ah rt them.
Qi.feb. pulnlcH i and certain euro lor linpo*
teney. I<ost Manhood, Hperniutorrhaui. laxwoN,
NVciikin hm ivll<l Nervous Heldllty, mlhd for Pros*
tut It is. Varicocele, ii ml nil prlvnlo Olecnacs,
whether from imprmlei l hnbh:) of youth or
•*e*u: I escen uin mature yearn. or any eaipo
thatileMlltat< the M'viml functions. speedily
ami peruiiiin nlly ennui. (*oiiiillutloit free
ami i.rpt|y eon ti'en t lul, A In-Into cures
guaranteed In cm able < uses. No rink incurred.
Buch on hftN battled the skill of <,ther phyt*
claim i-ml lemcdleu. Ih . liiiteblu guleklf
enrol'. ’mcei . Turnon. Hhmirt mid Polybohl
(•rowtliH cereil wllhout the lino of the knife. No
cutting, no pain, no hunger.
Free Fxiimlnullon of the Viiue-Kach
lx run 11 applying for medical trtiument Mum Id
hoik! rir bring 2 to touncou of urine, which will
reeeivo a can f /’ cbcmleul uiul tidcroNcoplcal
l’l.< I.ICH cured with* ut pain or duii'iitlon
from ouvlnesN.
Hvplikiic. (loiH.nltni, tilsft, Private
lilood .Ilid Kkli ! UWI Speedily, com*
plotoly and iterumnefi ly cured.
I VI. I) ISO It 111 Hl# yield rapidly to bis
ukllllul treatment.
legal NOTICES.
City or Mawitowoc-. ) ,nJUHtI ”
To A. O. K-lley,
Yon are hereby notified that u warrant of
attachment has l*-eii Inuned against v ,, u U n,i
your property attached to satisfy tin- • 1.-iiuii.il
ofCliaa. Frazier and William Frazier . opart
ni-rs under ilia firm nano- uml style of c a \v
Frazier amounting to Forty Dollar : now nn
loss you shall appear Is-fore (I I, Markham a
justice of the i•!<•• in anil for said eoiinty at
his i Iftce in Manltowis'. Wisconsin on the llth
day of August A. D, l!*‘. at nine 01 look in the
foreiiiMiU. judgment will lieentered again-1 >i.n
and yonr prois-rty Hold to pay the dt lit
Dated thin ftlth day of July A. I) P.mn,
Cn*. Fha/.ikii &• W Fkazikh Piuintifls.
'■opart ner under Ann name and style of ( ,y
W Frazier.
I’nldiah July IP. '.’ll, August 3. !•
(First publication May In. Poi.) S’,, 14
CTATK tK WISCONSIN Manitowo. ( „ mT
— 5 Col liT. 11l IT'duite
In Itie matter of the e date of peter rhri ,t
--inann, deceased. intestate.
no reading and tiling the petition of Cather
ine Mrann of the town of Eaton in -aid
'■oiintv. representing other things that
Peter ('liriatinann.Bii inhabitant. of said namt v
on tlie nth day of May, A. U. IMM, at the
tow n of Eaton, in said enmity dost mi. stale ha i •
ini; estate to Is- administered, and that tie- -aid
petitioner is a sister of said deceased and pray
my that administration of said estate I*- to
Willard H. hickaby grunted.
It is ordered, that said |ietltion lie heard at a
.jceeial term of said county court to lie held on
Tuesday, the 34th day of July, A. D l'.*o at Id
o clock A, M. at tlie oltlee of til judge.
in I he city of Manitowoc, in said nty
ordered further, tin t notice of the time and
place -o appointed, lie given to all persons in
(createsi o\ publication hereof for three weeks
sneeessiveiy, prior to said day of hearing in the
Manitowoc Pilot a weekly liew sisi|s r publish
d ai .Manitowoc in said county.
Dated at MnnitowiM-. the 33nd day of June
A D. inm.
By tlie < Viort
J. S, ANDERSON. County Judge
mdz .V Burke. Attys.
’nlilish June 3M. July !i. 13, id.
<21 TIT (‘Or KT. Mamitowik* ( ofntv
JhU* Jak>Hisk<i. John Jak*uiska Antonia
lukosttskii inul Anton .lakososka infants l.y
ran/ Moiika. Un*ir tfuunlian at lilni and
Viimiska Moiika. plaintiff*
Uamlu* Kwiatkowski. Mary Kwiatkowski.
. - rinii u .lukosttrtka. Jtnni> Moiika and Atfims
ljik4ska. dffeiidants
Notiiv ishmvhy tfivi*n that by virtue of. and
•in - ' nit to avi ordor of !•* rendered in the
lh.ve entitled a‘tioii on the ISth day of June,
\ ) 1 sluill ©xpoae for wile ar.d . I n
mhlie auetioii to the highest hhlder. lor ea>h.
i\ the front door of the eonrt house in the eitv
•I Manitowoe, in tin* enmity of ManitowiM and
tateof \Vis< 4Uisln. on the ard dav *f AiitfiiM
\ l> IlMlftt 2 o rliN-k IV m. of that da\ the
ollowinir des riU*d real estate, direettsl l.y
■uu h order to In* Hold. t<e\vlt Lots numU r
our (4l five (5). hlz and) and s*ven (7) in hl*c
hiiiilnt thrs* hundred and thirty-two liCLM m
lie eit v f Manitowo**, in the county t Munito
vor ami state of Wiseoiisili
I>alel June lt. A. I).. 19m.
Kefer*H‘ api >iiitel hr t In* pui pt ~f
Hflliiu; said preinfaes
W l)iek*. Plaintiffs Attorney.
Puh 11 Mb June 31. SH Jnl\ 5 13 I'* '■
TAT Ki )P W I Si.’l )NSIN Pol* NT V Col HT K< >K
M anitowoo ( ’oi'nty. In Prolate
In tin* matter of the estate of Marea Kink
<ni tle< -assl.
An instrument in writing purporting to he
lie last will and testament of Marx ha klam
t the town of • 'ato in hi i I eonnt \ I tax imr U**n
lelivere<l into snhl conn.
And William Paeklani of the town of i at • in
iiid •anility, hav iiitf pivsKtiiiHl to sni<| . ..ni t Ins
•• titioii in writing duly verilhsl represent
.niotiic other that *ai<l Maiva Ka< klam
iiei i iii. 'tni •• at the town of Pah
y ou the ’sth day of June I9UI that said iastru
nent is tie* hiHt will of said <lMa*as<sl and that
.V llll ai)i la< klam is named therein as exts-m
--•r .and praying that said instrument U* prov
n and admitted to prolate and I hat let hi s tes
unmnlury U* thereon Issued to William Pa<*k
It is ordered: That sahl |>etifiui and tin* mat
<*rs therein Is* heaid. ami pi.M>fs ot sjtni last
•vill amt testament Is* taken, at a sjhs lal term
•f said Miinty eourt. to In* la id at the urohate
•Ille<* in thi* eity of i\Lnihtw<M , .-n 'rnesiiav the
7th day of Aumsat ttf 41. at 1n... loek a m
And it is further <i*<leital. 'l’hat notieeuf the
nne and plae* of said )i*ariii|; in* hy puh
fejitloll here f for threeslieeessive week- oiiee
*n< h veek. previous to the tine* of said hearing
m the Miriitowia* Pilot. an< > wspap > r puhiisln <1
n said Manitowoc <‘ounty.
Dahsl .Inly 3ud, !••**)
My tlie (’oiirt
.I S A N DPJfSON. (’ount v Judife
■A.• |iiiil 7, \ Burke. Attrneys
llhllsli July 6, 12. 17. 24
Passenger and Car Ferry Steamship I ine,
... Hltwiin . .
Manitowoc, Wis., and Irankfort, Mich-
W here connection is made with \im \rtmr
K. P. trains for all points in Michigan,
the South and I ast.
Leave Manitowts*tlaily. >x<*ept MoiuluyU loam
Lx Kewaunee Tiles., 'rinirs and Satur .* a m
\r Manitowoc Tues.. Timrs. and Satur H a m
Train No. 4 Tkain No. H
L< M\e Frankfort luiiiu m 7 :ti|i m
Arrive l adillae 12:55 p in 10 17 p m
Ann Arlsir s JT p m II JO a m
Toleilo loot p m I '•<* p m
\rriveTravei , Mt*(Mty via Pere Martpitte Ihnl
'••ad 12 40 pm 9:10 pm
Arrive Detroit via Uraml Trunk Hailwav
9 jo pin 11 •*) ahi
K. S L(tKD. Auicnt.
MaoitowiM-. Wis
Knr Hhelsiyitun. Milwaukee Racine and fid
mo daily. exeept Hinduy at r;:*• p. in
r'of Ki'niiumr, Alyroinu Hnryteoii Hay and
: in in Hay isn-ts Thursday ami Sunday at ip in
I llllcn and I luck a find of North sth Hired
4’ K. t'ASKlnnr, Akent
Wisconsin Gntral
(Joinu West.
le ave Manitowoc .Valla m :Msp in
!,eave Menusha 7 Ilia, in 4 4S p in
Leave Neeimli 7 ain Vui p m
Vrrive Aslilund 4 :ai p. in 7 .Via in
Vrrive St i’aul 'em p m s loa in
Urive Minneapolis j y, p m s iu in
I ,eave Neeliall II Vi p 111
y rrlve si I‘aul ttr 15a m
Vrrive MiiiiieiiiKii.a.. y .Vi n in
Vnave Ashland 7 4a a in
"i on in train out of Mtniibnvu makes eon
'eelimi at Neeiiali at 7:i a in with train for
■'likosli. I'ond du inn- and other [sunls -outh
Inis KtviliK MuintmoH l people a eiianee to no to
•shkosh and Kond dn Ime the same day It !•> I 1
n train also makes connection at Neeuah at
in p in tor south
doing Fjutt
rave Miiimaiiolla ~ Th. in TIC JI m
, cuvi' St I’mil sin h in , In ii in
i.i'UVf Ashland .a in a hi T Clip m
~ u\i‘Nc*iiili ;> i:, j. in a ii ti in
1 irKVi 1 Moiiaaha . .... r.:"f. |> in g it m
V n IM‘MuuitiiWix- T ui p ui * I'm m
** it) a 111. train out of Noeuali n**ts *-‘lilUilH'tlilll
rmu North amt Sooth at 7:it) u m .T l.'i p ui
ram gets connection from South at 3: In p ui
W. U. ViMjnoKirr Agt,

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