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William Brennan is visiting relatives
at Cato.
Farmers are busy harvesting. Most
of the grain is already cut.
A dance was held at the home of Den
nis Fielding Wednedsay evening.
Joe Linnane had several cords of wood
destroyed by tire Saturday.
Frank L. Mussy will teach the gram
mar department in the Brillion school
the coming year.
Teachers’ examinations will he held at
Forest Junction, August 15 and H>
Miss Mamie Brown of Chicago is vis
iting friends here.
Thomas O’Hearn, formerly of Maple
Grove, has been ordered with his regi
ment to China.
Miss Mary O’Neill of Chicago is visit
ing her old home in Maple Grove.
An employe in Duggan s mill had one
of his fingers amputated while sawing
shingles lust week.
Joe Cholonpa is visiting here.
T. H. Meany was in Greenleaf.
Threshing is in progress in this vicin
Dr. O’Connel was in the village last
Martin Conners was in our village
Miss I). Reineman is visiting her par
ents here.
Miss Leola Cary is visiting at Sheboy
gan Falls.
Lawyer Joyce of Manitowoc was in
onr village last week.
The Rev. Father Ryan of Maple Grove
was our village last week.
Mrs. Ed. Vodra has been visiting
friends in Kewaunee the past week.
M. Bartel me has been spending a brief
Vi nation with friends sit Appleton.
Mrs. Bese of Rhinelander is the guest
of Mrs. (Htilla Bartelmeof the Waverly.
Miss Carrie Johannes entertained a
number of her little friends last Thurs
Miss Annie Ruthmansdorfer came
home from Chicago last week.
Edward Stollberg of Chicago is here
on a visit to his son.
Miss Maria Christiansen of Manitowoc
has been spending a few days with
Miss Alice Nash of Manitowoc and
two lady friends of Appleton visited in
this city last Thursday.
Miss Otille Fuches gave a pleasant
party the other evening in honor of her
guest. Miss Millie Kietz of Chicago.
Conrad Weara has moved his family
to Manitowoc where Mr. Merra is f o be
employed hereafter as foreman in the
Richard's foundry.
C. P. Luse with his wife and daughter
are here from Chicago.
M. and Mrs. Chas. Wascher of Two
Creeks took the train here for Brillion
last Friday morning.
F. Schultz and daughter. Nora, went
to Appleton last Friday.
Mrs. F. Schultz celerbated her 50th
birthday anniversary recently.
Norman Nekette and wife of Depere
are spending a week with their many
One Door South of Present Location.
Chicago & North Western Railway.
No 3 No 1 Nos No IT Noll Nos
Leave 4'hhago / <' a U 1 11 '“ m 2 !I! >’!!!
Milwaukee .... 7 00am 055 am Inop in i.Pipm
Leave Cleveland 011 am 1150 am 384 pm
Leave Newton 0 30am 13 OS pm 4 0.1 pm *- *“
Leave Manitowoc 0117 am IS 35 p m 4 30pm J |.0.. ®P
Leave Branch 0 40am 4 82pm “.loam 1.41 pm
cato Grove :o a... 4 5 S a. *p
Leave Grimms. K'lHam 440 pm .•■ a m
Leave neeOsviUe 10 OS ain 4 P m Jlopm
A P nC’ ,,J,,t '“0 3. I'm II 40 SIS "Siim
Arrive Ashland. # P ,n _*. m . „ . ,
Train No 11 dailv trains No.'s 1. U 5. IT and 51 daily exeept Sunday Trains No. s.l. ... H and
IT making connections at Appleton Jet. for north and south. No. s■> and 1 < making wmne ( -t*'
at Marshfield for St. Paul and Minneapolis and the northwest f rains No. sll and 1 1 making. on
neetion- at Ashland for Duluth, the Superiors and the west.
No 2 No 4 No 10 No 14 No hi No 50
Leave tsville SIS pm 7 41 ain KSpui
Leave Grimms . 523]> m T(4S a m 12 2T i> m I 11111
Leave; s{im :51am 1303 pm 1015 am
Leave Pine Grove— ■■■ ft m .T.'i, 1 , *' ln . msWn.n
Leave Braneh ft 114 pm ....Him 1-4. P m .
Leave Manitowoc. .sal p m 4 :.0 a m Shorn | 1"" V.e I ,"'. •••son
Leave Newton 004 p in S lln a m ISlpm 430 p m l-sipin
Leave ' 'lev-eland 0 14pm *'*> I J’"! 1,111
Arrive Milwaukee . SlOpm Oaam 10<15am JVlpm JJ pm
Arrive Chicago .. 7:loam :• a m Ih>p in # !•> p m J•>' J*n
Train No 4 duilv No. s3. 10. 14. 10 and 50 daily except Sunday, all train- making e. nneetlor.s
at Milwaukee amt Chicago for east, south and west.
Leave Manitowoc 0 45am 10 30 am 4 ilo pm ; Leave Two Rivers T4oam 1210 pm •} P
Arrive Twoßivers TlO a m 10 50 a m 450 p ml Arrive Manitowoc son, ni 13.Mpm.4n pm
For any further information apply at depot ticket office. > A. He hthai sen, ISt Agt,
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friends in this city.
Henry Voshardt left for t hie ago
yesterday on a. visit to his sou, Herman.
Miss Amanda Mueller of Manitowoc
is the guest of her cousin Laura Mueller.
Mrs. Karnopp gas e a small picnic
Sunday in Blum's Park. Her sister of
Chicago is here at present.
Mrs. Albert Gansslen of New York,
who has been visiting relatives heie.
left last Saturday for Chicago.
Last Saturday Mrs. John Scheuer was
summoned to the Itedside of her sister
who is critically ill at Milwaukee.
Miss Anna Leach of Stockbridge is
with her aunt Miss Lizzie Cochems.
Miss Leach’and Miss Cochems left last
Sunday for Sturgeon Bay where they
will visit Mr. M. Cochems,
Chas. Smith and family came from
Milwaukee to visit with Mrs. Smiths
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Trosseu.
Sunday the Misses Francis, Carrie
and Moliie Bishop spent a few hours in
our pleasant village.
Avery pretty marriage took place
Tuesday" July 81, at the Holy Cross
chimh, when Frank Hoffman and Miss
Tony Dworak, both of this place, were
united through the solemn vows of mar
riage, the Rev. Father Bourgmeyer of
ficiating here for the last time.
Peter Herrmann is visiting friends and
relatives in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kunz and family
paid a short visit last Saturday and Sun
Herman Vogt of 1 nity, M is., stopped
here last Sunday to meet old friends and
Mrs. Jordan, formerly Miss Minnie
Fetzer. and her husband are visiting at
the home of the bride's parents.
Gust Kellner and Miss Alma Brunig
of Milwaukee are the guests of Mrs.
Brunig. They will remain here for a
short time on a vacation.
The marriage of Henrv Plockelman
Sr., to Mrs. Swantz took place last Sat
David Sheldon went to Milwaukee
yesterday as delegate t > the convention
for nominating state officers.
Peter Zipiier while loading peas fell
from the load and received quite an in
jury on his side.
Mr. Koebke of Manitowoc was here on
Will Reinke, of the Fair, was in < sh
Ernst Shaubs Sr. is visiting relatives
in Rantoul.
Miss Annie Ecke is visiting relatives
at Newton.
Ernst Stern visited relatives in Kassun.
V. B. McComb sold tifty-tbrAe horses
at Depere.
Albert Koltz of Maple Grove, visited
in town hist Thursday.
Miss Chrise Tikalsky is visiting at
Miss Nellie Ma'sch has returned home
from Appleton.
Pat O'Hearn of Maple Grove was a
visitor in town.
Alderman J. Krause wer>t to Apple
ton on official business.
Mrs. Chas. Davis has been visiting
friends at Milwaukee.
Herman Altman visited relatives in
Phil Meyer left for a week’s business
visit to Plymouth.
Henry Krause and wife of Wayside
were visitors in town last Sunday.
Otto Koenig, the Forest Junction
grain buyer, was in town Wednesday.
Mrs. John Brnss of Forest Junction
visited at Chas, Krause over Sunday.
Miss Dora Claussen of Mishicot is the
guest of Mrs, ()tto Zander.
P. J. Linnane and Dan O’Leary of
Maple Grove were in town Tuesday.
Ed. Koch left for Cato.
Adolph Novak visited at the home of
his parents at Reedsville.
Miss Maud Williams and Miss Vila
McComb visited at Cato during the
Miss Theresa Pritzel of Manitowoc
was the guest of Mrs. George Schneider
August Wallschlaeger of Marinette
spent a few days in our pleasant city.
Miss Nellie Lintner, who has been in
Milwaukee the past few weeks, is at
home for a visit.
Miss Martha Ploenckhorn of Wauke
sha is visiting with Mary Crawley at
the Brillion House.
Mrs. J. Otto and children, of Madison,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, August
Otto this week.
August Ecke left for Manitowoc Mon
day. where lit* has been engaged to work
i.i a pea factory.
Misses Hulda and (llara Rudolph of
Manitowoc, visited, with their uncle
Carl Schwartz here over Sunday.
Mr. Jones of Manitowoc, who has
been buying lumber extensively here
abouts, was in town last Wednesday.
Miss Lenora Brass is entertaining the
Misses Amanda Broeckert of Kiel and
Bertha Frieke of Sheboygan this week
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schwartz of
Chilton visited at P. M. Binsfeldt last
Sunday, Mrs. Schwartz is Mr. Bins
feldt's sister.
Jacob Tesch brought in a 1500 pound
bull last Monday for shipment to Chica
go. it having been purchased by Bubolz
& Krause.
Peter Backhausen, who has been
drumming for nursery stock in Mis
souri for a time in company with Win.
Mnnmi, has returned.
Peter Krause returned from Rhine
lander last week.
John Peterik of Manitowoc spent last
Monday in our town.
The dance at Joseph Urbanek’s last
Sunday was largely attended and all
had a good time.
Mrs. Win. Schultz and < hildren of
Sheboygan spent a part of this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barta.
Win. Klinder, who was on the sick
list for some time is now able to lake a
•ride on bis wheel again.
Miss Emma Benish came up last Sun
day from Manitowoc to dance with our
! best young men.
Ferdinand Schroeder and wife visited
§A. B. JVlelendy
Studio in Metropolitan Block, N. Stfi t'-t
My new studio is a decided success' in the produc
tion of tine portraits, in Cabinets and Photo Ovi Is
Special care given to Family (iroups and large work
also Photo Buttons a.ul Photo Novelties. Kemein
my Studio is one block north of Bth street bridge.
Dorr Be Duped
There have lieen placed upon the market
s*i nil cheap ivpi inis ol an obsolete .'dithm
. I •* Webster's Dietionary. - ’ They are being
oileied under various names at u low price
dry ffoinlß dealers, (if'iiri :.. agents, etc., and
mi l*w instances a* a premium forsuUßtiri|- '
t lOIIS fo 11l IK* I ■*,
Announcements of these comparatively
reprints ar- very for instance,
they are advertised to be the substantial
equivalent of a highi T-priet and book, when m
.eaiity. >• far as \.* Know and lielieve, they
are ui*!, from A t< /.
Reprint Dictionaries,
copies of a I took of o\r fifty
.ci.ir- j*’-;.), v.! ieii in itsduy \viiss*ld feral hum
- .(Ki. : I \ Inch ■as mm superior ill pajMr,
pun!, mid bindin,. to the* • hn.fatioic being
'la in work nf Koine merit i.iste id of
Long Sines Obsolete,
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“Digests what you cat.’*
with relatives and friends last t-uaday,
and also attended the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kchram were made
happy ujHtn the arrival of a baby girl at
their place.
Dick Magee and Frank Redeker of
Two Rivers came up to hear Schauer’s
Band play. They seemed to be well
Haying is about completed in onr
town and many of onr farmers have al
ready cut some rye and barley, all of
which is a good crop.
John Hhambeau. Hermus Besnu >f
Mishicut and two young men from She
boygan fried fishing from our pier last
Miss Clara liumler and her hi other
Eddie of Milwaukee are at present visit
ing relatives and friends in our town.
Some of onr horsemen attended the
horse sale at Tisch Mills last Monday
It is said fishing is quite good now
from the pier.
Joseph Lodi made a business trip to
Manitowoc last week. He also an
nounces a grand picnic and ball to take
place at his hall on Sunday. Ang. 12th.
Ed. Wilson of Mishicot passed through
our town last Wednesday and while here
informed ns that he bought a halt infer
est in a threshing outfit formerly owned
by Knut Nelson, and expects to do some
threshing north of here. Vi e wish him
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One of the Pioneers of Wisconsin
Formerly of Cooperstow n.
Thus. FaitH.il. Sr., of Fonntciioy
Brown County, Wis . passed from thi
life at his home last Saturday morning;.
Aug 4th, aged 70 years. He was one of
the pioneers of Wisconsin, having first
settled on a farm in Kossuth Manito
woe county. He then kept a general
store in Cooperstown, and finally settled
on a farm at Fontenoy. Brown county,
where ho also had a general store.
Mr. Fagan leaves a large and re
speeded family, beside his wife to mourn
his kiss.
He was a man held in high esteem by
those who knew him. His life was
] exemplary as was reflected in the family
i reared under the roof tree.
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dread hot weather. They
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how this affects the baby.
All such mothers need
Scott’s Emulsion. It gives
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more abundant.
50c. and 11. All and niKglsts.
“My baby was terribly sick with diar
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Oregon. “We were unable to cure him
with the doctor’s assistance, and us a
last resort we tried Chamberlain's ('"lie
Cholera and Diarflus a Remedy. 1 am
happy to say it gave immediate relief
and a complete cure." For sal • by
Henry Hinriehs.
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Digests what you eat.
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lib ’rally and honor
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t iklisj? a Ivantage of
none as .o condition
or circumstance.
La it, but not least,
as cniiEi niter all
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I that baa Dover i I"i ■ bat hud I end none Many
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him* < r■ n •! wonder throip; Imut tin ’'mi fry.
11. lopLtr I the f *llovrin : plan, which pe
culiar Ii tin? hive hospital’. an 1 I-* n t arm
iiov or has l hmi t iiu f• i ■ ••!.* •of count ry !<■■■ t*•; ,
vi- : h ■ notes Lint ’5 mptotin f tiro ;
it, and tucortam oon 111 ‘on of tuoln*
turn *1 ‘in' in i,nil of which ha carefully r< -or l
Imln . iv ■,Hrr lw futui • ri'f.'icnri- In till'
way ii ■ nioarultn t . true notura "l Uic ul>
ciason il lUfi'llliKi. Wilt'll nlrk poople cniinllli
him ha i adlly tell* them whotlmr uo can run*
I or I. mlithorn, or wh thor tluiy ura huyond hope*.
| Areialld find ple*i*iintj urc*n perfectly with
I th* in- - t delicate lAd y or Child; do not n dine j
I ntro’i"Mi; ran he need while r.t work, and give |
| tho u if *it |)o ei.l- hMM’lll In tho shortest
Ipo m I time. Patient l e.n commit him or
lon i -ini ni •*.!■• /iMi 1 11 * a a ♦ otion as they ohoor .
I dm in ; tho whole time required to r thocurc,
I whlnni* r mr i to whom tin y nmy In*, arm wllll
-i • v : ; . ir,o. thus render .■ the treat rue t
]us Hit' 'Mt ulnnd uiUsfactory as thoutfh they
I wore llvlit t 1 *xt door to each other.
I r. r.Mio (inuLlllfu)lv treated hf l|CoruiH
I iirotcnrlMrn who knap tiillliur *-/ltli them month
I niter month, crlvlnp polonorr and Injtirl m
I compounds, should call firm ’ce the Doctor
I fipEOI A I.TIEC j C j■ • 1 b 81 It 1 I
I Sot *,l Mmplo ,> n ofula. IlloodTal at **. Kco'inii,
It’ er. I'll *.* nun IM**ooss of Women Quickly
Ii o I I'ermni ently Cured *y the latest upurovnd
I treatment a** pursued by I adlnr specialists of
I Amcrlcuund Europe.
rases and coi respondenre T. •.* rn i.t 'it CO,U. to any pail cu
tb • Unit's! stati* i >rr aponclenco with invalid* solicited. All haters with slaini-s in
cloW'Hl enswered 'rec Call and l*j examined and at i-asl Karrs tb - cause of your diacaM.
arid if it can Ixcurcd Tape Worm* removed in from lhr • o five hours without
starvation. Tie remedies tor the whole com of treatment are furnished from the
Otticc or at the Institute, all at once or by the month.
Williams House, Thursday,OSept. 6.
Every Four Weeks Thereafter.
Office hours from 9 h. in. to 9 p. in.
Between Chicago an,l Davenport.
Arrangements have lieen made with
the Davenport. Rock I -land & North
western railroad, whereby standard first
class coaches are now run between Chi
cago and Davenport and Rock Island,
leaving Chicago at 10:00 a. m.. arriving
in Davenport at 2:80 p. m., Ruck Island
at 2:45 p. m. and. returning, leaving
Rock Inland at 8.25 p. m., Davenport
8 45 ji. m., arriving in Chicago at S:3O
p. m.
Among the Chileans a belief prevails
that the juice of onions is a sure curt
fur typhoid fever if given in its early
In India, the land of famine, thousands
die because they cannot obtain food. In
America, the land of plenty many suffer
and die because they cannot digest the
food they eat. Kodol Dyspesiu Cure di
gests what yon eat. It instantly relieves
and radically cures all stomach troubles.
Henry Hinriehs.
I Ho dm ;< nut frlubl- I
~ n jH'oi'l. Into.ln. tor
! inr In tiol'Jinn up a
l I aid a; p. e.lyiii nth I
P. fniv Ha ir .y. lie I
1 1...: not urn;tin fnlt I
In li Uo troatiin nt I
v lieu In knows Ha in I
to 1 i Incurable Ni 1- I
1 1. 1 r do. , la by false I
pi PI >es bold IllC
ua, ut.drr bln inro
i ith ,ii r month
' . and ~ oiir’ tin mno
; t.voib 1
Ih .oi . iel per
il. Ip ■ a 10-
,Me t< doe tor
■a,.i ii ■ 1... i month of
lb. c lit , orpivo up
11. ir b I (btuo for
j i.a uirlnc.
Me dot not take
ii ndir a no
i. .if Mi'! i. i' irll ii tee
I pn le.idiir- iielmrpo
I I Mv for n.edifluct.ml
i, ivh n tc ver
tunoimt lio inn pi t.
j i 'll r, ii e the obji v lot
i , i.,. toctti rtntoß*
i y from Hie ub It.
. |)18< OTEBIEH D1 ; HOI IH i 8 tfk
Ilk*. iil(i:ln !.i• i . 'i l 11m i:n l t. l’|>*
jrt >:*■• i \i in In Ai nlyiir I sml .Mlcr>
■oopUMl Kx. min • n i- ■ "I tl III* oil. I rlno,
Ole., which ■ l in > omhlcrrd Imilf-prliFiitdotO
;i rnrri'i't ti iui.o, ' In nmny -11-i .i-rn. There
nro muiiv Hmmm iiif ii } |j\i n iii (tminion
l>ruuti( •> do not i. sunlit tirut. i.ml nn . ih* ro
f ro, siddom pu i urtMl wlili no - . sury i ml r< t
-ly outl!'. ;'• c.' uiii.o * it: illy, or tuut r. itli rue
i: is; ii '’li oust tl* n < . vonld o< well lo
r ill atonen i.ii'l lo.irn tin ir urn 11 million, mid
w|j !;, r flic <1 101 ; (Ii |o|M* UIV jot oprii, of for
over Hosed a* u* td lliotu.
manhood ri ri rrn.v of,stored.
Quick. i*nl l .• -and cortuln corn lor Irupo*
trncy, I ,ohL Manhood. Sp* i nmioi rlncn, lessen,
, Wi'iikm m ami .V-rvouM llrtdllty. i Iro for l*ro*-
i iailt I* , VurlcocHe. and all | i nrnlr dl*raw?h
1 whether from Imprudei t liunlfl "I youth or
Min: I •■Tiri I*" 1 In mature yc*nr , • rimy ramo
i Unit doidlllatcn tin mxuiil luiaHon*. apeedlly
rial | • rMiuticni iy rim and CoimiiltailiMi fro©
mid •trle*ly eonfii .t-ntlal. ALMdllto rtnes
mm ran teed In cmuhlr iumk. No link incurred.
Hucli in* Imp luOMe.l tho Hklt I ■ f oilier phyM
rt.ini Phil Hr. KuCrliln r;ulikly
iinri'i'. >'niint i■. rmiii TP. I llinml nul I’nljrbulu
(iron thp rrri’il ivltlmiil I ho ijho of tbo kill to. No
i’liUluk. no pain, no (lanc’r.
I'ito l inln>i(lou ut (In# Drill*’ I'a* h
| jit r-' ii npplyiM l"r I. ■ Hi u 1 I it'll tiiinit rliould
i .i’iul nr Prliiu J to (i.iimonnf iirln*’. wlilrli will
I r o’ui- a oiirt’ful rlii’uilcul anil ialiru*tO|ilCl
I osti ruination.
I'l.CEltH i art'll walnut pain or (leunilon
I from uualnoa*.
Mypliliia, Oinorrlien. Olrel. IVlvntr
| Illimil iintl k itll fl i’ll’i’a ■ (It’fllll y, I’OUI-
I pliiiolf nrul permm on Iv uiireil.
(If, l>lsK IH.KH yn I ‘ ranli'ir to Ii 19
•kltlful treatment
I X t'K< >BATK M o-itow<k- Cocim < - <>rwr
• Ini).- ma’ti rof the estate of 1 eter hrist
man, deeens.st ll( ,
To all whom it may concern. . Letters or ad
ministration on -ai I estate having Wn wml
t.. WitU.rd H Ih. k,,byf.nthey4th.lat of.lul} A.
)i ,;hi and -ix nioiitlis from after saulii-tx lein~
allowed and limited for creditors to lires.-nt
their claims for examination and rt “'' *
notiee ;s l.erehv *i veil that the unders
will on the first Tuesday ()f Fel>ruary l l at
the I’ndinti- office it. the city of
in said eoiiutv receive, examine and ad.ust all
claims demands of all persons aitamst said
de -case. 1.
Dated .Inly '.'4th IW> „ T ~ , ,
,1. . a.sUEKHON. < onnty Judttc
Sehmitz A* Burke Attorneys.
July ~V and A twist
MANITOWOC ( oI’NTY. 1 In .Illative Court.
< ' ITY oK M SNITOWf* . I
Votfarc hcr'de notified, that a warrant of
attachment has l-en issued atiainst \ <>u. a .'■
, vonr i)r< iM-rtv attached tosatmf> the deinai.
, ;,f I -has Knmer and William Prnr.ter. eopar.
I tiers under the firm name and style of I
I Frazier amounting' to Forty Dollars, now un
less von shall appear nefore H. I. Matkham a
itisti fthe,‘eace in and for said county a
Ids office in Manitowoc. Wisconsin, on tie HUi
dl.x of Ancnst A |I at nine o clock in tin
forenoon uidktnient will is- entered against yon
and vonr oropertx sold to pay the deht
Hand this hith day of July A D M"
Fka/.ikh *V Wm Fhazikk I lamtiff?*.
.•.•partners under tinn name anaatyie or 1
W Frazier .
Publish July It* Xk August 2. 9
CTATK oF WISCONSIN CmrriT Ot rt k* t
Mam rowo< ( ’oi nty.
William II Killen
Matt. Reddin ami Anna Reddin
hUwife. P. J Hnu< li -I P. Watt.
John Kellner and Miehael Kell*
ner. Tin* William Hahr Hons
Company a 1 mim-tie Corpora
tion ami John c. Meehan.
Hv virtue of ami pursuant to a judgment . !
!ore losnn- ami • inter of sale in tl
above entitled aetion at a General I etui ot th
i'irenit Court for Manitow<*e County h*.d u
the Court Iloiwe in the City and County • ;
Manitowoe and dated tie* Jrd <lay ot Jn i> A I
p.m 1 xhall offer for sale and sell to the hud
est ami 1 '*-t ladder at the Sheriff sot lire in tl
Count v Jail l.mldiiuf at the • orner ot
and Han* • • k -treet- in tin* <’itv ot Manit<-u-.,
in said t unt\ on Saturday the Hth oay ot •■’
temper A 1 Iti-m at eleven oVloek in the tor*
noon ot that dav all of the following desert!*-
real estate dir.. ted by said judgment to lie aol
to sati-f\ tl ; mount due to the planitin t
prim ipal interest ami <osts. to-\vit Ibe nort
ha I: 111 -ot the -southwest quarter sw y am
the West four-lift hs I\v 1 and of the southeast Oiia
tel- -,.i , lot the southwest quarter sWk 1 ot s t ..
tiiin thirty three id) township number twent\
pin) north • I rmu:emmib*r iTJ) east in the town
ot Franklin, enmity of .Manitowoe. and state <
Dated July -V 1U
Hknbv Lkuhmasn
slieritTnt Manitowoc ’■ unty. Wis
Markham A Markham, k. i •* '•
IMiiinliff - Attorneys C_)
I’nldish July Atm 2. ’*• I' l - ktl. S-j>t -
IN PiiOBATI M xmtowis-Ciu ntv Coi kt
I [ n thi ■ll • ■ estate ..t M in*
linn. deeeasisl
To all whom it may eoueeru betters testa
mentals <m said estate having Wen issued t
William I’aeklam ontheTth day uf August A
1> It ia * innl mix months from after sain .lay b.
liar allow.•<! and limit.d for eredltorsto pr.-orr
tli ir claims for examination anil all..wain■.
noli, ois herein piven tliat tin- undersinue..
will m the P.nli day of February A 1: IWI
at tin Probate ..m.-e in tin* t ity ot Vtanilow.■
in mii.l .'omit \ receive examine, and adjust a
claims and demands of all Jieraotia against sal. 1
||..( ‘oils, 'll
Dated Annual Til) I'-ibb- , ,
T > ANDKKSUN. County duds.
S. limit/. .V Hnrko Attorney*
|\ PROBATE M is, iowo. t o.m v i B
li, ip,, matll r• ' the estnte of John On.
fids deceased . , ,
(m reiidinu and tllinK the petition ot .b l n
Auef.da administrator ot tile estate of •■aid .1.
.eased for tbe adjustment and allow anee . I her
iidiiiinialration lie.-.unit (and the assignment ■ ■
llio residue ~t said estate to aueh other persons
asiiro bv law entitled to the aaniei
Pi . order. .1 that said a amt be cxamineil
ad inst, .1 and allowed at a regular term ot said
, oi.rl to 1.0 held at tlieortlee ot the l 'ounty .1 udm
P. ii,.. .in ..I Manitowoe, in said ('ounty •ui
Tue.din the Ith day ot S.uiteralier. A I>. 11MI
It is further ordered, that upon the adjust
nieiit and allowance ot sneh a.vount hy thi
..nit a- at. r. sail I. the residue of sa.d estate 1..
In the further order and judiMii. nl ot thi'
e.’uirt assigned to sueh persons as are bj law
entitled to the same.
It is further ordereil. that llotiee of the liui'
and phn e ol examination and allowanee id siif I
11. ■ ■ uni ai'd . I the assipi ment of tie -residue o!
said estate Is piv.-n to all (s-rsons interested
in publs at i. in of I his .irder I. r t lire, mei e-, \.
we. '. U loii sa ddm in the Mauitow.s Pilot
a Weekh ii. wspaper print.si and publish.si at
thei'iti of Ma ait 0w... and state of Wi- i
Hat.si AiumM . Mi. Ui
By tlio Court
.1 s ANDEHSON, County JmU
S. limit. A Burke Attorneys
■ ■■•;
V*ii; *• 1 • M-l,y r*tifVd that a war: ?••
iltin hiiioiit lan I,t*n Nni.td ay'iiii -t y u and
v< i r pro] rt \ at litrln >i to mi*. M v tl •• d* nut in!
-1 M . im> 1 dijf to Hivlily M\ • -
il liars.
Now nnlr"‘> vou ,-i all up] ear lw f< n* i per
I’l.M krlmn. i a .lljstiro of til,, p, ~1 .. i t.
an! • ount \ at In.- ■ tth e m hi id tow n , n 11- Pii
du \ of Ami' t MM* at i I or lor k in tl.r \\ j*. m . i
Hid :• mnit will i- rn/i ml nnn -t \ i r.d
\• nr prj • rt> s< dd to pnt the dr Ft
I at. and?! ■M II dll'. . A tilled ID "
UH lIAHI I I Pl.imtF
\ddpli s ( louj • k. Pin rtiff** attorney
I ‘ - M In- •t 1 'lnhi'.i wiicCii, \V i
Mnnitowuc, Wisconsin.
LEANIiEK < 'HOATE. Vick-F’rkii)Knt
O .1 M< )SFS. C*Him K
k.~ Jjß Clean*** nd tx-aulllifa th, hair,
rrm* ** nB Fnniuiti’* a luxuriant growth.
L N"vi r Falla to Uoatorp* Gray
ETj/* > hiafi Hair lo tB Youthful Col r.
FnfvoMt* Hwdniff and hair tailing
Perfect \vi manhood d.ijicnds on pt*r
fc.'t li.iiltli. Natures rarest K'ft of
pliysii al lieiuitv et Hies [to all who use
Rocky Mountain Tea. Asc. See Buer
Kntrli-ii Spavin Liniment removes All
Hiird. Soft orCallonsed Lumps ond Blem
ishes from horses. Blood Spavins, Curbs
Splints, Sweeney Ring-Bone. StiHes
Sprains, all Swollen Throats. Coughs
ete. Save by the use of one bottle.
Warranteed t lie tin ist wonderful Blemish
Cure ever known. Sold by F. C. Bmr
-tatie 1 iruggist, Manitowoc, Wis
The Japanese population of^San 1 Fran
cisco has reached nearly 30,1KK).
til Use 1 I.KV s KtONEY CVKP ill time
If taken m earlier stages of Bright's dis
ease and diabetes, it is certain to cure
Vmi ha\e iieti, ’d the high death rate
from tin >e diseases, and it is not wise to
ignore early symptoms when a sore
aedicule like FOUSY’S KjUNKY Of UK,
can if had Henry Hinrichs.

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