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liberty. The following tribute was contributed to Tbe Pilot Paniel < tills, an old resi dent of the town of Lils+ty. passed away ipiietlv and peacefully, with the full trust of a faithful Christian on Tuesday of last week H. was born on Prince Edward Island in where his Is.y hood davs were sismt He was married at Bay Chalenr Canada in I*4o and came to Wisconsin in I*V. settling at Shebovgan, Seven years latter he mov ed to Liberty and settled on a farm near Pigeon Lake, where he continued to re side until his death He was father of eleven children, four of whom survive to mourn him There is nothing ineoii grous in the deiarture from this life of the aged and enfeebled. Still from now J henceforth their will Is - a vacant chair in the home circle that none other can fill and the surviving members of the family will miss ids presence. “Mr Gilli- was highly esteemed and respected for his uprightness of charac- 1 ter his sterling integrity and genial and courteous manner He was one of the be-t-read men in the community and up j to the time of liecoming enfeebled he had , a mind kept fresh by 1 thoughts and a heart that was warm for other's | weal He was a gentleman through and j through and hi- influence to the life of | the community in which he lived was j always for the rigid as he saw it. Mr. Gillis was a devout Christian, and this ( Christian character was manifested in i his faithfulness during his long and of j late years somewhat secluded life. His funeral t<s>k pits • >n Thursday at St. ! Isidor s cemetery iu Meeme, the Rev. j Hyde oftii mting Carpets Sold by Sample At but a small advance on wholesale prices. We an- the Munitowoc agents for O. W Richardson it Cos for the sale of cut to order ■ an* te at ne irly whole sale cost. • All the latent style- and nil the lead ing kindsof carjiets kept in stock (Jill and we our hundreds of samples before purcha-i ig el-, where We know we can suit you Mkndijk a MrUIOI.I.ANU. Cor N *sth and MufTaloSts. An <sld cycling freak is to trim a piece of brown pajs-r to tit the lens of the lamp and in it cut the eyes, nose and mouth The effect is startling BOY wanted to do general work alsmt the stun I Bani FOR KIM Saks at with dwelling upstairs, also ice bouse and harn in connection, in a (food hs at ion n half mile north of (trim ms station Impure of'Win. Munhall. Snlnimrim vo] .moes are constantly being dii-eovered and ire at times, ow ing to their sudden appearance, a if feat danger to navigation WANT Id) In Chicaifo a virl to do general housework '’ainily of three. WiWh three dollars Write at once to Miss Nu.m it'., 71.' S lb.;, ne Av < 'hica ro. The sis ii ty o| i hil Inn inakts a man cheerful "That s so wlii’ii I ifet away alive from my -ister two boys I m glad for a Week Meiidlik and Mulholland are offering a large lot of agent- -ample- of winter weight "I underwear Je-s than whidi sale cost They are great bargains If not yoiir-i if -aid n wealthy old bachelor to a charming voimif lady, "whom Would you rather be'.',' Your- tr ih was the immediate re ply Oysters cannot live in the Baltic -ea. The reason is that it i-not salt enough They can only live in water that con tains at lea-| I ihsi part- of water Evi \ .I,,,;bat leave- Japan for America earrie) tcoin ftto to 7uo Jupa new immigrant- A bin irlar -toh i from a resident of ht Paul The next dav he returned that sum and * ' . 1 o Uit "Jo*'. hn\v h ymii Hut It’ V..IMA 1. ; tliiit mv wifn iin<) I (iVf to li‘>S 1 tlir Mm <>(>imoil on nil suli ;ct A < ji" li.i Im in l ien lO't uiili-i’ over lonah nmntt \ in Imhiix INVENT rionmhmy. un*foi tortamini' or, il y >u .uTkady havu an invention v*il a ' patent. Thar* is abundant j.rMit m ,'/>od patentod Inventions. H-ml • r our ititor<*Nttnic liliia tratoa ritUsul H, . jv a*-Iro*. tnvi ’ iu ro information than a: >ih*.’r. Wf*obtain Pat- that prou-i 'I lowMtiKHintiUfor 011/U l s hUi Nl>f:l> It NA I AIL TO SI cl kl. PA 11 M No change?* for emamj nation an io| onion sto pat** lability, rromotneas guarant* #d ty-ht of rofcroucet. V' •* f ’-* f ‘ Addroas k.. 5> A A. H LAcLV, KiUnt Mllcituri, VN MAbinirtun, l>. C. Mention ihn paper uhen you write. CENTREVILLE P Gartzke. ( ha- Trestin. Fred Rollof and F. Whitney of Milwaukee are camp i ing on the shores of < enterville pond Alfred Keune returned from the state fair last week, i Albert Kielstueier opened school Mon day in the Sachsen district. This is his , second term. 1 The brickyards of the town have stop p'd the manufacture of bricks for this ; season, and are beginning to burn or harden them. John Garske, stepfather of Mrs. A. Prowinsky, died Sunday morning at the home of Mr. Prowinsky. This is the fourth death that has occurred here within two weeks and in each case it was an aged man that was called away. Mrs. M. Kraus and her daughter Lau ra were in Manitowoc to visit her broth er Nic. Ollinger, who is lying ill at the hospital. Albert Martei of Porch Creek. Mich., has arrived in town. While threshing on the farm of Mrs. G Wagher. the roof of tin* barn -('aught ♦ire from sparks of the engine. With great difficulty the flames were brought under control without causing further damage. (JRIHMS There were a few from our town in at tendance at the state fair Among them were Wiii. Kirby and family, J. P. Watt I and Win. Munhall. Plowing and fall seeding are the main i punnets of the farmer. Joseph Collins of Milwaukee is here visiting his brother. L. P. Grimms is building a stone base-' meat under his store, occupied by Frosch FROM LINCOLN TO HANNA. Those arguments that are made that the inferior race are to U treated with as much allowance as tiiev are cai>able of enjoying that as much is to tie done for them as their condition will allow what are these arguments'.' They are the arguments that kings have made for enslaving the (>eople in all ages of the world. You will find that all the arguments of kingcraft were of this class they always liestrod the necks of the |ieu(ilc not that they wanted to do if. but U‘i a use the |ieop!e were U tter off' for Udng ridden. That is their argument. * * * Turn in whatever way you will wheth er it comes from the month of a king as an excuse for enslaving the people of his country, or from the month of men of one race as a reason for enslaving the men of another race, it is ail the same old serpent Speech of Miraham Lincoln in the debate with Judge Douglass at Chicago. July Mi Is.'iM THE PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Let Us Talk It Over - Bros. Frosch Bros, are buying and shipping ! considerable grain. Thomas Collins is treating his new house to a coat .if paint. J. N, Hal mu was a Manitowoc visitor 1 on Tuesday. The village school opened on Monday last with Miss Fitzgerald as teacher Roliert Cummings had his arm brok en while playing at school on Saturday last. The political question is getting quite hot in tins vicinity on delegates. Brien Mullins shipped a carload of cat tle on Monday. TWO RIVERS. I At a s|*-cial meeting of the Water works hoard, TANARUS, C. Gray of Manitowoc j and S. D Miller of Chicago were presnt jto consult with the board relative to fil- I ing bids for the installment of the com | bined electric light anil waterworks sys i tem. There will be certain improve ments on the original plans. The addi tional cost will Is* offset by the saving in interest which the immediate pay ment of one-third of the cost of the plant upon its completion makes possible, A special election to authorize the city to issue ♦‘.20,000 bonds for that purpose will be called as soon as the contract has been let. John W. Wright, an old resident of Two Rivers died Friday at the home of his son in Milwaukee. He was so years old. The firm of J. C. Miller & Cos., was on i Saturday awarded the contract for build- \ ing the waterworks plant at Two Rivers. 1 The bid was 60,000 Two other bids 1 were received, T. W. Gray of Manitowoc i bid $6i1,000 and I*. Schroeder ♦61,000. ‘The largest measure of self government consistent with their (the Filipinos') welfare and our duties shall lie secured to them by law. ' Republican national plat form adopted at Philadelphia, June Mi. BUM). CIIBSON. James Holly of (iibson sold his black smith and wagon shop to August Jubu ke for s‘l4oo. Mr Holly is undecided ret as to what he will do in the future. At the "Schutzen Fest" held at Wil liam Zander 's place at East win James Holly took Ist prize winning the title of “Schutzen Koenig. MAPLE (iKOVE. Timothy Burke has lieen nominated for sheriff of Brown county on the Re publican ticket. Thomas Duggan and Miss Mary Mangin will be married on Wednesday. •Jet. 6. Both arc residents of Franklin. Martin Kelly and daughters. Nora and Lizzie of Nebraska are visiting relatives here. Mr. Kelly left Maple drove for Nebraska 22 years ago. REEDSVILLE. The little child of Louis Krueger of this village died early Saturday morning P. Reenemann is very busy now days as the grain is coining in fast. Mrs. J. A Hickok and son Dale went to Cato Saturday Dale Hickok is on the sick list this week. I. Miller and Miss Anna Spotchek were married Monday Sept. 17, 1900, by Kev. Father Cipin. BRILLION. Atty. S. H. Barnard, C. F. Davis and J. J. Duffy took in the state fair. W. C. Alton of Forest Jet, reports a heavy grain trade at that place. Mrs. H. A. Hoops visited at Center ville this week Louis Rusch is in Milwaukee these days. Winter Underwear Wo have again secured control of all ! the Agents Samples of underwear from the largest knitting mills in the East. These samples comprise underwear for men. women and children in wool, cam els hair and cotton, heavily fleeced for winter wear, and all in good condition. The samples are in shirts only. We sell them at less than the regular wholesale cost. Every article is a bar j gain. 1 Call and select what yon want before ' the assortment is broken up. Mkniiuk At Mykholland. Manitowoc Dairy Board The following offers were made; H5O .boxes Daisies, '.'OOboxes Twins, sou box i es Young Americans. I Same week last year 000 boxes Dais ies, Kin boxes Twins, nod boxes Young Americans Sales reported Hal) boxes Daisies at IOSe 50 boxes Twins, at 10e, 150 lx>xes Twins at loje 200 Vonng Americans at I OAc, and (ion boxes Young American at IOJc. Sales same week last year; (100 boxes Daisie at ltd l ’, too boxes Twins at 10Jc, HOO boxi- V nio Ann ricans at KMc. w Hi Tkitiskn, Secretary. Wbeii v . want a pleasant physic tr tlie tu'v, remedy. Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets. Thev are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents Samples free at Henry Hinrich's drug store These cold days have undoubtedly reminded you of still colder days when heaters are not only a comfort hut a necessity. We have just received anew line of New, Improved Heaters of all sizes. Also, Steel Ranges, Cast Ranges and Cook Stoves. These stoves have many new and good improve ments that are well worth seeing and taking into consideration when buying a stove. We cannot de scribe all these improvements fully, and it is to your interest to call and see them. -I . i Pat Fielding of Maple drove was in j the city Monday. Miss Nellie W ilsh opened her school in the Brandt district last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horn attended the state fair and also visited relatives at Milwaukee. Misses May Donoven and Mary Hauign of Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M, J Walsch. Mrs. A. Blodgett and sou Byron, of Tacoma Hark, D. C., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McAllister. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brievogel, of Two Rivers, were here to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Henningsen. Misses Amanda Plank and Jeanette Schuler left for Delatield Monday, where they will remain during the winter. Mrs. E. S. McAllister entertained sev eral lady friends at a coffee, to meet Mrs. A. Blodgett and son Byron. Ootlieb Schuler and son Arthur, and also Mrs. Rudolph Fiddler went to Mil waukee to take in the state fair. Will Maertz of Reedsville called on the boys of our village Wednesday. Wm. Stephany of Brotherton, visited in this town Wednesday, and looked over the jsilitical field a bit. Mr. Steph any would like to step into County Treasurer Limcker's political shoes. BRANCH. Frank Meisnest left for I‘iymonth to resume his duties as a teacher in the pn L lic schools at that place. Charles Meisnest will enter the new school of commerce at the University of Wisconsin. Reform is an airship that is always on the verge of starting, HUMPHREYS Witch Hazel Oil THE PILE OINTMENT. One Application Gives Relief. It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids—External or Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching or Burning, Fissures and Fistulas. Relief im mediate-cure certain. It cures Burns and Scalds. The relief instant. It cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore Nipples. Invaluable. It cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters, Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects. Mosquito Bites and Sunburns. Three Sizea, 25c., 50c. and SI.OO Sold by Druggists, or sent pre-paid on receipt of price, HUMPHREYS’ MED. CO., Cor. Wllllom & John BU.. .>K\V YORK. Don’t Be Fooled? @The market is being flooded with worthless imitations of ROCKY MOUNTAIN To protect the public we cull especial attention to our trade mark, printed on every puck age. Demand the genuine. For Sale by all Druggists PARKESTS I HAIR BALSAM I Clcannoff and beautifies the hair. Promote a luxuriant growth. Never Fails to Ilestore Gray Hair to its Youthful Col r. Schuette Brothers. I New Black Goods. We are now showing our Fall stock of the famous “Priestley” Black Goods. These consist of “Priestley” Showerproof Cravenette, in Broadcloth, Venitian, Cheviot, Satin Solid and Prunella. Also ‘ Priestley's” Granite, Fancies, Crepons, Pierolas, Cheviots, Pebble Cheviots, Gibelines and Camelshair. One Special Lot of 42 inch PIEROLAS, 1.15 cent quality at 85 cents; but this is not a “Priestley” fabric. You ought to try the SHOWERPROOF PRIESTLEY, if you haven’t done so before. Cloaking: Dep’t. The new Capes, Jackets and Furs just opened, are beayties Indeed, more will follow shortly. Clothing: Dep’t. For the Presidential Campaign. You will find in our hat department, Campaign Hats for all parties; also the latest styles of Light Colored, Brown and Black Fall Hats for men and boys. ACfIE NO FLY THE WONDERFUL DISCOVERY To Keep Off Flies from Horses and Cows Why let your horses wory when you can yet our "NO FLY’’ at $2.00 per gallon? One gallon used according to printed direc tions will keep the flies off 4 horses all season. This heretofore unknown compound will not only keep the flies off but will add a sleek and velvet touch, and is a positive cure for all skin diseases. No household should be without it as it can be applied to beds and walls and will chase bugs and all insects where it is applied; it is strictly painless, and can be used anywhere. REMEMBER . . . We are not responsible for frauds imitating’ our goods, and you should see and insist that the name ACME NO FLY is on each bottle or can. Can fur nish hundreds of TESTIMONIALS .... nilwaukee Rapid Transfer. Diamond Coal Cos. Standard Roof Paint Cos. R. Beer Livery, etc. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE, ADDRESS OR CALL ACME NO FLY COMPANY, 614 Chestnut Street, ItW-raSS? 1 MILWAUKEE, WIS. | CLOSING OUT | are closing out at special prices p: H , everything in the line of Summer Goods; such as; o^ M Parasols. Belts. Ladies Waists. Jackets. Summer Corsets. Dim- Q M itics. Piques, Etc.. Etc., to make room for our fall stock, already ordered and IEB to arrive soon. I; R | HENRY ESCH. S| | SPECIAL P R ICES | m is®®! 1 m mmm —g §A. B. Melendy Photographer. Studio in Metropolitan Block. IN. Nth St My new studio is a decided success' in the prodne 1 tii,; 1 of fine (sirtraits. in Cabinets and Photo Ovals S|s ial care given to Family (iroups and large work also Photo Buttons and Photo Novelties. Remem my Studio is one block north of Hth street bridge