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MR, HESS NOW
ISSUES AN ULTIMATION Must Hate More Land tn Build Upon. Increased Orders lakes Extension Necessary. PrnpertN Owners Refused to Sell Him Ground tie W ants. TWO AITIRVOIMS COM ROM HIM M st Pull up Stakes and go to Another City Or he Tisf get the Property he is After. IS CON'SIDI RINC, SOMf T 1 MPTINti OFFIRS. Mr, Hess Sat* that thi- Time it is no Bluff, He aters that Durinir the Past Tear he Turned Stacks of Work Away lie Calls on the tdtancemenl \sso elation to Hein Him to Se cure the Pcqu red I and. rule-' tin- Manitowoc Advancement association which is -aid to hav gone into inn<’( uiin-d'-'Oiifnilt . tukox action the city will lo e tie-valuable plant of William He-* Mr, He-- i- preparing an ultimatum, in the hapi of a notice to sonn of the officers of the Advancement association, to the effect that unless the business men of Manitowoc will u-sist him in getting additional laud for his plant he will move it el-i where. •'I do not want any pecuniary ansi* tame said Mr Hess toil I lielieve when two men who own property in Manitowoc refit- to sell in order to keep me from extending my business it is time that 1 a-ked Hie Advam client association to ht Ip me and it it is 1111 willing! am going to pull out of heo . My friends know that I have stood h> Manitowoc when I had I offers to go elsewheie ant) the otlei - are coming again I can double the capacity of my plant immediately and employ many more men hut I must have the land I have options on all the lots I need e,\ cept two and tin men who own the property are determined to block me in my efforts to enlarge my works Now I am making no bluff when I say that I will pull out of Manitowoc in a very -hort time mil• -s the hn-iness men help mi to get what | want 1 hase offer- to . Ivi- I and to Harvey 111 and th< loom i consideration i- a Sllffieielit ilnbiri Iliellt alolie It would pay me -iioplv to takeout the nun hinery and allow tie Imddimrs hen to remain idle I hit vi turned away enongli work tin- vein to iiave lo pt more than double the men lam employing bn-v and I don f prop., , to do this another year, I most have track room and more build ings and if my notice to the business men i- ignored I will move my plant as soon as pos-ib!< \ll I have to do now is to simply say I wilt gi, Tie- I'ilot an -a■ I am making no bluff in this matter I am in dead earnest and it am bi.-nie-.-. man wants proof ai •cot of nix tw offers let him come and • me I know 1 fax* (all,, and of this a good many 1 1 u • .md without >dfeet until a great n.an think it i ■ all lain. ■li b. .! pat ale • hie to Is- a virtu. I hae ii; e) in build right a Wav itud I ■ 1..-. -mp Ihd to put my men in tie -treti i v,..rk for want of room 1\( I pMo\ |h Kt is 10 ST Vi I I*l* M 01 101 I I , Itl I I MtlS FOM 1)1 I \( \\ IS i ; ‘ 'in iti. \\. ,t< rn lam , will 1 e ■ ; 'l t led | y„,. g, in, i lulled to Ai,g■; ;j7 Apply to agents "hicag., .V North \V. -tern It y ...ei, the j. uis lied, the lie an •■ f Itting up hi. v. 11 , n *“ 'pic ker v •!*.p , cough or cold •* ie--laager the,., xv, ; U tif fatal ag 11■ i;iih • i.,,, •i ■ mite <nigh < ’nr the only harm., remedy that gi\- Ulie.ii.a,, ...... .. will like ,t H nn-rhs, liu ic.i man teil* i.- that his < omiiio 1- ■ Sells like ho! e.U LSI W\\ To Cl HI, luniulll Bavka-lx-- a!-,*, ...i;-e-i tV r in 1C kidl(>> I‘i.j ~, . KIUSI- . ft HI -ill make tie k, ;.,e ,- rig! 1 i.r ’inriefas, STORIES IN MANITOWOC. A certain resident of Manitowoc had been on the sick list for a few weeks. One day he was surprised bv two small gifts, which he very much appreciated, not because of their intrinsic value but rather as an evidence of the kind re membrance of a friend. It was evi dent of course that the - had been sent to relieve the tedium of the sick room. As soon as he was able be sent a note to the donor and it was so beautifully worded that the sender felt that lie had received much more than what he had given Tlie two met when the sick man was convalescent and of course the gifts were alluded to. "Do ymi know, 'said the recipient. "I never got anything which gave me more real pleasure F havea good many friends but yon were the only one who thought of me in just tha’ way. Of course they are kindly disposed too. and if I bad died my family would have I many friend- come to them in their nf diction, and my coffin would have had i beautiful flowers tife.n it. I suppose, but those little gifts, good for fssly and soul as they wen made me well, I believe " "And why he added, "cannot v.e all do little things for one another in this world, while we are in good health or when we are -irk Why should many of us have to die lie fore our friends awaken to the realization that one of us has pass ed away and then send costly blossoms to cover the casket." A Manitowoc man who culled tijsin Senator Quarles in Milwaukee las) week heard him remark that he wouldn’t CLOSING O L I We arc closing out at special prices ■ j everything in the line of Summer "" Goods; such as; j\\ Parasols, Hells, I allies Waists, .Jackets, Summer Corsets. Dim O \\ ilies. Piques, l ie.. I tc.. to make room for our fall stock, already ordered and J) I to arrive soon. R HENRY ESCH. S SP eciXl prices lalo tin presidency ol tin* Viiifed State- .) it was offered f•. him on a gold en plate Tie la- Ii- said Mr l/uarles. few realize what a tremendous strain there i- upon men in public life by reason of the demands of office se.-kers Crowds meat the White house almost every hour of the day desiring to see the president. Senators cannot turn round in Wash ington without having someone at their elhovv- and Hie letters one reeeives well there is no end to them 'But come in again any time and see me -aid Ih natorsmiling I will al i ways (,e giad to see yon •Inst nib i what you -aid senator ‘ Hut you don't wan! anything wa- Mi (.Quarles assuring reply It iiiu-.l hi'ii source ol annoyani i to ilderincii and all others wlio are inter - -te,| in the parks, to observe- children so calcic S, property placed I herein for I air p! 'ire and liemlil T eachers might employ i few moments of each day and parent s its well giving a ptm lira! talk on the prop, ] conduct of i liil (in n when in public places Ba-I Sim day a lot of bovs tea-ed the eagle in Cnion park by throwing -tones at it mi til its wings were bruised and b) ling from i’ franti' elforis to piolect itself, Tin box nd girls 100, instead of Ink ing 11 e,et pleasitte out of the Wings JOHN SClllin I; TALKS VBOL'T Li A CA.NNiNIi INDUSTRY. .(..in li H'tli |in ■ nil lit ■ i tin l',;i-'ci n Wio-oiein < anniitf'eontpany. speiikin.: !thi ; li] iHictuf t In |h ,1 lmt-,1-mi lit' i ll1Im■ rlitll* industry of .MllliituWi• • -; i \ tli it lln Kn ti'i'ii pi -.i rii'WiT h.i ■ \|n ■ 1111< *s 11 <-i 1 tin •year with ti poison v mt up ti. ’ | if. ini tilin' In lin- nut i'i‘i I‘ivt'il ml in iut I ion us to 11 u • result 'l (i. I, in Wi i uiisiti t 'minin'/ i iuiip.’iii> plant' 1 ia- mii'li earlier thun tln • i 1111 1 i **ti'i • 1111 iiit i . tin uiti. :ri L i \vu- .nailer Tliii company pul ■iji iili.iiii I • ii.im i I'uim whii'h wu ■ 1 1 Hmt tlii■ c~ii pltH'i'il mi the product of tin' inw ~:,iiil H.i i iin' lull-' uni (nit in :in uppi'iiniii i -uni Mr Soil nettile product of ,||. .' i; 11 .'lll-' mclul ii Would 11 J lV• • I ■lll per • lit greater til l >l il vein *ilt• and the market <)<>ulit!• would haw l eti overstocked and prices lower in ci itisi 'I jllelli'l Alt Nidniette look* t a rush next ' . .ii to „.et iii early jm llis factory ■ v \ ~1 put up .m idi t-.tlile Is an - tniuHt'ii's uni corn in n• idition to the p. a product STORMiMi 01 llil: ORKiIVAL JAIL OF V.AMTOWOC COIMV. ill I Jellll Sehue'te w;> re 111 ill I v * ell t . ■ ic at 111 llis lit. rat y Monday tliitht Tin-re i. ■ uly a few .f ex left said lie be pas.j itlx hand oxer hi* forehead. • till it dm I, t seefll )1 1 it I ■ the same \!t "■ i u-.tte win* r f-rrituf I" the da.- 1. ai - huh when he tir.-t came to : Manitowoc ' 1 H iiieiniier he remarked. when Manitowoc Rapid* wa the cutinty s. at .lid el v!.i,d\ thought it was K'lilUf 111 ill- tile tlltUfe city. Tile nil! lug .ail , 1 nil the brow of the lull then A man had U eii at tested and put in jail for i . , i i|t;or w ithotit a Jit nee and his friends thoni'ht it was a dcitm* p. do tin ii a. iii. ‘hi country. Tto y autre.. Ito torm the jnii and a crowd Hinted '. , , w; h i.iinf ;e<!• ;. r fia' ti-rnc. i.m. ■ Tin \ insisted that 1 -hottld juo i- i them that >t wa a- '.. ■ II t. ..p. > tie ia When tin > 1 , (all till silent; Was ell l.ltld to pfeteet ti.i IllUldlll.; illlll to hold 1:0“ j ■ • did. n>; t tail o.tei.ip, >to dislodge hill there, seemed to delight in scratching off the paint and swinging so hard that the Ikixcs were frequently knocked vio lently against the snpjmrts A police man in each park is necessary. They would also prevent much lodyism in the evening by callow youths. Old Aunt Ella is well known on the North side. She jsa Norwegian woman. whose greatest hobby is to 1 conomi cal. She has a clock which never goes, hnt she prides herself in in this piece of me lianism and -la- hojM-s that it will in her possession unimpaired until she dies. The other day she had a caller and the query was made why she didn't j let the clock mark the passing hours. I Ah reflected the old lady, “von ee j it is unnecessary, In the day time the i whistles tell me the time and at night I don t want to know the time for I'm sleeping Aunt Ella then a- nred her i visitor that the clock by judicious man- | agemeut would last her lifetime, A certain housekeeper in this city placed liefore her grown -on n unusu al ly large piece of pie. The bov said as soon as lie saw it, “Why mother, why didn't von bring it in on a wheelbar row The in..fher said nothing, but at the supper table she had |ie there. Tint the sou didn't a-k again why Ids mother didn't wheel it in. but he did ask wheth er there was a microscope iti the honsi as hi' wanted to search his plate for the pie. His mother had put the pie on the plate but it was barelyprei-eptible, ‘This plan of giving employees a fif teen minutes recess in working hours," 'ii'l not originate with Mr Hubbard of l-a t Aurora Ni -air] Max Hafir tin other day. It litis been the custom in (icrinam many many years ami my tut her while living, as well as other brewers of Manitowoc toilay observe the mle In < iennany the work hours at ono time were very lon# ami employers could imt continue at work without in tervals of re -1 ami so I ay Mr. Hubbard i- tmt the original fifteen minute rest mn by any me, m- It is the custom in our brewery today. ' >otm time ago The Pilot called atteu tion to the w heal ami oats which are dropped from freight ears in thi city ami wondered why no one ever made an ■ Hm t to gather them for feed for ehiek '■ns. La-t week a man was observed go in# along the trucks jinking up the waste grain find he had several bushels to lus credit l it' coupon ticket scheme used by some it the Manitowoc business men is being dropped in other cities It was never a legitimate plan and is an iitmee ' e.sJiry tax on -those who keep it up. and d"i s not promt>te business. It will -nrprise you to experience the benefit obtained by using the dainty and famous link pills known a IteWitl s Little Marly Risers. Henry Hinriehs, WEYEHAELSER’S VISIT TO TOWN. His Stop in the City is Said to Be Significant. WOULD NOT STATE IIIS BUSINESS. Thought to Be. H wever. Connected W ith An Elevator. HE IS A MAN WORTH $50,000,000. His interest in Manitowoc is Thought to Be Ouite Considerable Members of Northern brain Company Here. A short, energetic looking man with (i full board, closely cropped, registered at t li-- William a House on : Monday with a party of business associates, lie wrote his name in a hold, though somewhat scrawling hand. | walked away with such a quiet, uuas : sinning air that one not acquainted | with him, would for a moment suspect ! him of being a lumber king and a multi-millioniare. It was Frederick Weyerhaeuser, of Minnesota, who came to the United States from the fatherland an almost penniless boy and who is now said to be worth sCio (100.000 or more. Mr. Weyerhaeuser rune with other members of the Northern Grain Company and the v isit is regarded as significant for Manitowoc, Mr. Weyerhaeuser would not say whether his appearance here meant a new elevator or not but it is believed the party came here for some such purpose. Mi Weyerhaeuser is a Republican and a MciCinlev admirer and of course piedicied ill*- success of the Republican pai ty. t:. nv tll -i vkes IS VI RT COOLING ON HOT AUGUST DAYS. W hat is to he Seen on the Steamers and How Time is Spent on a Water Journey North as far as Eseanaba A Pilot Representative's Description. A trip up the lake is a most enjoyable pastime. -s|ecially during these hot summer mouths Hundreds of people take advantage of this. Day after day large numbers crowd to the steamers to escape tin-burning heat ashore and to enjoy the invigorating breezes of , Lake Michigan I The shores of the lake and () f Green 1 Hay at the -suae time afford some line scenery. Tin' ill art's along the lake make a pn itv picture when viewed from the shore. They are invariable sandy, while those along the eastern shore of (ireen Bay are usually outcrops of solid elear white limestone. These! precipitous and nigged shores together with many little inlets and wooded islands, the light houses marking rocks and shoals, and the numerous yachts darting hither and thither across the clear blue water make the scene a delightful one when the weather is clear Scattered all along Green Bay are numerous summer resorts Among them ari l ish Creek Ephraim Sister Bay, and Washington Island. These resorts are siareely known t many, vet thev are most plea-ant places to visit during the summer. Boating is nmeh indulged in and tish are caught in great, abundance Bathing is elegant. The temperature of the water of the bay is not semi-frigid but is considerably above that of Lake Michigan. I util recently very few people visited these Green Bay resorts Since the Go > Irieh company has ma le them readily i -cessihle. they are becoming ,ir\ popuhu among tourists and camp ing parties. i:\ii.m vv fait>i lv>its cot mi, e. hi \ "thern Wise ousin on the North- Wesiern Line. Low rates and easy lermso! payments About pio.oou acres of ele iiee farm lands Early bn vers will -i iui > the advantage of location on the many b.-antifnl streams and lakes which a hound with tish and furnish a nevi'i ending and most excelent water supply, both for family and for stock Laud is generally well timbered, the soil f' i"ilt* andeasy of cultivation Chi eairo Milwaukee. St Paul Mbmeapolis, Duluth Superior, Ashland and niuner mis other thriving ities furnish good markets for farm produce. ■ Geo AN' Bel! Land Commissioner Hudson, r< ■ 11 M : V. G B \ , s' Paul. Minn Chamberlain’s Remedy. Tin nigh file mouths of June and July ur baby va t< etbm ind tool a run ning ot- of the bov * l l sand sickness of c t. =.!••!' ;i v ■ 'I'M Holliday, of Den hid. H s bowels v. mid move from nvi to eight times , da. I had a bitt'i. Chamberlain ■ tub Cholera ■ -I D .ii ". a Rem Iv m the bouse and c ■ m dr " in a t..,-e. >ufnl of V Iter Old he got I letter a o e Sold by Henry Hinriehs. Rock I lIHIIIt U 1 1 c.i. ; ""stiii il ini•. lion, .t,.j h idu tls an 1 all -d!" lions of t. ts.vv.'ls, liver an I i- 1 ’ ' ey- prev nteil v taking ..enuino 1' *. Mount i■ T ii .j. b*. M idi6oll M ■ i cine Cos. SCHUETTE BROS. WORKING fIEN’S WORKING CLOTHES 1 here is a great difference in the make-up of Working Men’s Working Clothes. A large number of manufacturers of working garments make them up short in length, narrow in width, besides giving very little attention to the cutting and sewing. In consequence such superficially made gar ments fit uncomfortably and can but give poor satisfaction to the wearer. Such manufacturers seem to entertain the idea that working clothes need not be made up with the same care and attention that other garments are, when in fact, working clothes in some respects should receive even more atten tion, especially in regard to durability. k irst of all FORKING GARMENTS should be made of goods suitable for the purpose for which they are intended. Secondly, they should be cut so as to avoid all strain no matter what position the wearer may assume. Thirdly, sewing must be strong enough so as not to rip under the severest lest. Through years of attention we have become acquainted with the qualities of the products offered by the principal, manufacturers, which enables us to select only such garments as will give satisfactory service to the purchasurer. A large share of our stock of clothing for working purposes in the various spheres of industry? is purchased from manufactures who own and manufacture the material of which the garments are made, which buyingin large quantities enables us to make it a point to offer the best values for the money always. 1 lie following are a few of our large stock of Garments which may be termed working clothes: Men’s Suits made of serviceable material strongly sewed Qj rn -no / -n *1 oru tun nn. HdO, 5.00, 0.30, 7, id, 8.50 $lO.OO Men's Pants heavy K rsev and Union eassimere. t - ~ Ht I.id, 2 and 2.00 Men s Heavy W oolen Knit < ; versllats direct from the celebrated Indiana Pi An ; > m , /w, ■mm Woolen Mills, at l.iO, 1.00, 2.00, and 2.75 Men's Cardigan Jacket s t’l 1 -1 \ 1 1 SI, 1.05), 2, 2.75 Men’s Apron Overalls, i- - - 75 at , 'lO, 00 and IOC r:*:™! 25, 35, 50, 75c r ' 35c. 50 75c S. opC T 10c :25c 48, 75 SI, 1.50 1.75 As to sixes, the tallest as well a- the shortest, the slimest as well as the stoutest will find garments among our stock id' Working Clothes that will lit them comfortabh and satisfactory. MANITOWOC MAKKET. Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben efit of Farmers The following are the current prices of the various articles of produce as report - ed for The Pilot ou Aug. Hi. Potatoes .. bO Wheat. Spring <T Wheat White Winter -65 Bye 47 Bailey -40 Oats --4 Com ah Hay 900-1000 Butter 14 17 Eggs -11 Salt per bbl 03-110 Wood 4 00-5 00 Peas White 60 Peas Manual so Peas Green 70 Peas Scotch 70 Wool 30 KETAIL. Flour Patent 3.30 Daisv LO7) K ve ' 1.75 Midling 00 j Coarse Meal 1.10 Fine “ 1.35 Oil •• 1.70 Manitowoc Dairy Board The following offers were made; 000 boxes Daisies. 17>b boxes Twins sbo box es Vi mug Americans. Same week hist year: 800 boxes Dais ies. 150 boxes Twins. 800 boxes Young Americans. Sales reported: boo boxes Daisies at 101 c. bot) boxes Daisies at lotc. 175 boxes Twins at tijc, SSO boxes Voting Allleri at 101 c. Sales same week last year: 570 boxes Daisies at .Sje, gbo boxes Daisies at o|c, 150 boxes Twins at B|c, 800 Vonng Americans at HJc. V (’ A HI Wc, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene s Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure y our cough or cold. We also guarantee a ‘,’s-c nt bottle to prove sat isfactory or money refunded. Cltas. A. Ghokemax, PESKY HlMtb lIS. A Frenchman named Dufonr claims to have found a way of melting and molding quart/, like glass. IIA 1,1 It \ IIS TO MMAV AI KM. MIS Via the North Western Line. Ex i cursion ticket- will In* sold at one fare lorthe round trip August '.Maud limited to August 31, on account of Democratic State Convention Apply to agents ('hit ago A. North Western H’y. i:\MItSIONTIChETS 10 MODERN WOODMEN I’D vl( AT K U k\|A\ MIS Via the Norih-Western Line, will Im> -old at reduced rates August 15 and 16, limit* Ito August 17. Apply to agents. J North-West Dont Be Foolec The marki't is being flooded x'*S*7R?Js v with worthless imitations ol far ROCKY MOUNTAIN i Tn protect the public we cal) r-pecialattentionlowir tro t / mark, printrJ on every puck wlTni©' age. Ilrmanil the genuine Sale by all Druggists Men's Overalls iu blue, brown -j j* t m mm anil white at oD, 415, DU .Hid / 0 cents “ u, ~ 25, 35.50.75 * $l.OO Men's Dnck Coats in black, nn fff if’ < ii - brown and drab, at VU, !./0, I and i.OU Crescent Bicycles On easy payment We guarantee the bearings of Crescent Cicycles for three years. Old wheels taken in trade. Crescents have been sold in Manitowoc for ten years, why lake chances on makes you have never heard of and which poss hly will not be sold after this year. Ask Crescent riders regarding them. Over two hundred in use in the county. We have the best $25 wheel made. The Crescent is the onlv $25 wheel in the market with a standard name plate. J. A. RUMMELE, S. Eigth Street The Jeweler. SEEGER BROS. & MILLER, DENTISTS. SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, MANITOWOC, WAS. Local Anaesthetics used for painless extraction of teeth. Wisconsin (Jintral RailmatCo* PASSENGER TRAINS Going West, Leave Manitowoc. N:- r S a in. !‘> |>. nr Leave Menuhliit Tlh“■ ni. J:W nr Leave* N-t*ruib. ■ m. jj. in* Arrive- Anlil.uml > ■*' i’ i. . ma. nr Arrive St Paul Von in. H: In n. nr Arrive Minneapolis 5:35 ji. m. . in Leave Neenall 11 .Mil. in Arrive St. Paul.. ..s.laa. ui. Arrive Minne - ; 1 111 Arrive Aahland , :1a a m. •Veda. in. train out of Mauitowoe nm ■• eau neetion at Neeiiah at T;-S*• a Hi. with tram tor ‘fshkosh. Fond tin Lai and other points south lima giving Mat itowite pie a 1 I 1 am- • to go to Oshkosh and Foiiddii Lae the sane day 1 lip in. train also makes eoulleetion at Neenall at Vhi p. in. for south. Going Eaat. ..•live Minimal.tills. ■ • 1,, a. in ; ll ’ I 1 111 Leave St. Pan' .a ll’l a. in. , .40 p 111 ),■ ave Ashland Is ••. • • >“ Leave Ne.-tmli . .V la p. 111. S;l|0 a. 11l Leave Me, astitt ■V:.*a p. in. s: Id a. in Arrive Manit. vo, T:i"i| m.:la h. in H:IIIK in train out of X amah gets eonneetion from North and South at i ! a m !•> p. in. train gets louneeti m tnan South at .flu p m \V. H. VANIIEORIKF. Agt ; m HOOKKEEPING PENMANSHIP. GHOHTHANI) TYPCH'HITING, VuMxmtfh fxacUcal buwu&am /ai* yfitc fa inf^Mniafioa.fi(hi rfi/acc. I -Jd. i*.. VW. fcd. fcVJ -V ja* i£~ < c | 4 Soaps, Sponges, i 4 Bath Mittens, )t 4 Bath Brushes, Toilet Water, i vr S * BU ERST AT TE’S \ DRUG SKIWI:. f * EKIH I AM) .) \\ STREET. P -5* -a 'y?’•w *vt -k ■r'ttr rr^'mw’ I Read the County Tire ad.