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VOLUME XLIL-NO. 34.
AN EARLY CLOS ING MOVEMENT. Stores Will Close During Summer Months at 6 P. M. WILL BL A BOON TO THE CLERKS. Would Like Practice to Continue All The Year. DAY FOR THOSE IN STORES VERY LONG. Most of the Employes Work From? o'clock In the Morning Lntil 8 o'clock In the Evening. During the .summer season, beginning about June 15, the principal storekeep ers of the city will close up their busi ness places at 6 o’clock in the evening. This practice has been in operation in previous years and has inured to the pleasure of the clerks as well as the pro prieters of the stores. It has been suggested that an ett'i rt should be made to continue the closing of the stores all the year through. It is thought that buyers, if they know that business places will suspend operations after 0 o’clock p. in., will be on hand to make their purchases throughout the day. As it now is the day is made unusual ly long for the clerks and some of them, it is alleged, have made objections. Many of them are supposed to report at 7 o’clock in the morning and they are kept at work until 8 o'clock in to** even ing, and t.,is makes the working day too long, and shuts off much of the pleasure which otherwise might be had. PROCESSION OE RIGS TO OPEN THE RACING SEASON The first matinee of the Manitowoc Riding andDriving club takes place next Tuesday afternoon and it will be known as “Derby Day." The club i making every effort to open the racing season auspiciously and that the entire city will ki nv that the season has begun carriage; and ff:: of club members will travers" the city to the fair grounds. The following is the order of parade: Parade forms on Eighth street between Hamilt >n and Marshal streets proceeds west on Marshal to Eleventh street, north on Eleventh to Washington street, east on Washington to Eighth street, north on Eighth to St. Clair street, west on St. Clair and Michigan avenue to driving park. Line of Formation. Platoon of police. Pony riding horses. Band. Horses entered for matinee races. Double driving rigs. Single driving rigs. Marshalls of the day- P. J. Pierce, G. W. Kennedy, Dr. J Mulholland, and Max Rahr Jr. 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 on May. 30. Potatoes -30 Wheat. —Spring -60 Wheat —White Winter -66 Rye -50 Barley -50 Oats 27 Corn -50 Hay 11 00-12 00 Butter 16-ls Eggs 10-11 Salt per bbl 75-125 Wood .400-s<o Peas—White - 6 i Peas —Marofat 1.00 Peas—Green -85 Peas—Scotch -90 Wool -14 RETAIL. Flour Patent 2.05 “ Daisy 1.80 “ Rye 1.65 Midling -90 Coarse Meal 1.05 Fine “ 1.20 Oil “ ‘ 1.501 Manitowoc Dairy Board. At the meeting of the Dairy Board, ■ Wednesday, May 39, the following off ers were made: 450 boxes Daisies, 100 boxes Twins: 400 boxes Y. A. Offers same week last year; 233 Boxes Daisies: 170 Boxes Twins; 450 Boxes Y. A. Sales reported today: 450 boxes Dais- I ies @ 9jc: 100 boxes Twin* m 9c; 400 i boxes Y r . A. at 94c. Sales same week last year 156 Boxes Daisies (ii °c; 8o boxes Daisies Or 170 boxes Twins wßc; 80 boxes Y. A. (it HJc; 370 boxes Y’. A. <n 9c. Emil Tkttgen, Sec y. Half a loaf is better than a whole ’ loafer. THE MANITOWOC PILOT. MANITOWOC SEATS IN THE GREAT POLISH CHURCH. The new Polish church, which is to lie I opened next mouth in Milwaukee and j will be dedicated to St. Joseph at has : been seated by the Manitowoc Seating j company, with a capacity for accomo dating over 3,000 worshippers. This j edifice which is one of the largest in the j United States has a greater number of i seats than any other church in the land, | but most of the great religious struc : tares as well as theaters have been seat | ed from this city. FIRST PICNIC WAS HELD BY St. BONIFACE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. j On Monday the members of St, Boni | face's Benevolent society held the anim al picnic at Siher Creek park. The I procession was beared by the City l and. Tlie amusements were vari 1 and satis fying to the plea ure of ali participants. The festivities coiffinued until late. WHAT CD AS. I ECU TER SAW WHEN VISITING BUFFALO EXPOSITION Charles Feebler*who was in Buffalo I when he went East visited the Pan-Am | erican Exposition, though still incom- I plete, but what he saw charmed him ! and telling about hi - impressions he said; "Everyone who has visited the g, od rids of the Pan-American Exposition during the last few months has been as tonished beyond expression upon behold ing Ihe magnitude and the exceptional beauty and novelty of the enterprise. It is very much larger than people gener ally have supposed, and it is apparent that the $10,000,000, which is the ap proximate cost of the exposition as a j whole, has been expended most wisely j ;uid with the happiest results. The par ! ticul ir novelty thai I* to be noted in this exposition is discovered in the fact that in its exterior aspect it is a radical departure from former expositions. The buildings are arranged upon a harmoni ous and well-developed plan, producing court settings and vistas of very charm ing character. The use of molded naff • w >rk ...id decorative scripture upon th" buildings and at all salient points with in the courts, the liberal employment of hydraulic and fountain features, the Moral and garden effects, the exquisite colorings of buildings and architectural ornaments, and the illumination of the whole with more than 300,060 electric lamps, combine to make a picture of un surpassed loveliness. The musical fea tures are also of great importance and interest. The exhibit di visions are very complete and embrace the gamut of in dustrial. scientific and artistic activities of the people of the Western hemisphere. The midway, claimed to be the greatest in the world, has more than a mile of frontage. The restaurant features are perfect and tin* exposition, so far as hu man ingenuity and the wise expenditure of money can accomplish such a work, is complete to the last detail. “Buffalo, too. is an ideal city for an exposition, having a summer climate that is tempered by the breezes from Lake Erie and, therefore, the most com fortable in which one may enjoy his summer outing. The people of the citv have prepared themselves in a most ample way to entertain millions of guests during the Exposition.” ! SOME COUNTY MEN WHO WERE SEEN IN THE CITY THIS WEEK. George Schmidt of Collins was a busi ness visitor in the city last Friday. Eric Scow Gets Contract Manito woc will have a share in the erection of the Two Rivers Electric Light and Water Works plant. Eric Scow, the well known contractor, having received the contract for the masonary work. Glue Company Elect Officers -Stock holders of the Manitowoc (Hue (,'ompany met in annual session Monday evening and re-elected old officers of the corpor ation as follows; President F. Sixta. Vice-President C. Salak. Secretary J. S. Anderson. Treasurer and Manager F Stupecky Sr. Directors F. Stupecky, Sr.. F. Stu pecky, Jr., J. S, Anderson. C. Salak. Harry Kell yan Editor Harry Kel ly who is studying at the university and one of Manitowoc’s bright Imij-h has been elected to a position on the editorial of the Sphinx, a comic paper published by the students of the university. Schmitz & O’Connor The law firm of O'Connor, Hammel A: Schmitz is dis solved by Mr. Hammel withdrawing. A new firm under the title of O'Connor & 1 Schmitz has been established. SCHOOLS CLOSING FOR THE SIMMER. A Satisfactory Year’s Work Has Been Done. PREPARING EUR THE GRADUATION. Norlhsiders May Display Talents in a Dramatic Wav. JINKIN LLOYD JONES TO BE ORATOF Class Day Exercises. Names of the Gradu ates Who Will Get Sheepskin This Year. Supt. Christiansen says that most ol the county schools have closed the year’s work, and the balance will close within the re’- 1 * fifteen days. He is entirely satisfied with the studies comph ted and the work accomplished by the teachers. The city schools will close the latter end of the month of June. The graduation prograi ones are being arranged. At the Northside school the address to under graduates will be made by Miss rioveT" e Robert- and Arthur Koehler i will present the torch of knowledge to the representatives of rite Juniors. Class colors of purple and yellow were select ed. The motto of the class will be adopted at a meeting to be held later. At a recent meeting of the class the following officers were chosen: President —Timi thy Kelley. Prophet -Geo. Nelson. Poet Theo. Roomer, Historian —Belle Rand. A pla visto be given by the gradua tion class and will be entitled “A Case of Suspension." Jenkiri Lloyd Jones will deliver baccalaureate sermon. The members of the clas- tiffs year are; Misses Lydia Baensch, Bell Rand, Florence Roberts, Theo. Roemer, Bessie Albee, Maud Bier uai . Agnes Paulsen, Alma Pitz. Julia Rohrweide, Mamie (in an, Amelia Nybagen, Mina Hooton. Lillian Sicker, Flora Pankratz, Leon Zecbel, Emma Kresl, Emma Skarda. Ella Thompson. Mary Witt. Emma Ze :;iim n] the Mff--rs* Timothy Kelley, Arthur Kohler. Anker Torrison, George Nelson, Vernon Adams, John Stiefvater Arthur Barrie. Fred Zenter. James Gal vin. William Kappes, William Eber hardt. Deaths of a Week. The infant child of G. Wedig died at the home of its parents, on Clark street. John Boniewski died at the Orphan Asylum at the ngt of 33 years. He had no relatives and has been an inmate of that place for the past five years. At the advanced age of 80 years, Mrs. Louis Zander, a pioneer resident of Manitowoc county, died at her home in Two Rivers Friday night. Mrs. Zander had been in failing health for many years but only recently was her condi tion alarming to friends. She had been a resident of Two Rivers for along term ot years. A husband and several grown up children survive her. The funeral was h"ld on Monday. To Rebuild Hotel The work of re building Silver Lake was begun on Mon day a force of men having been em ployed by Peter Weber, the new owner of the property. The plans are for hotel, dance hall, bowling alleys and other buildings and work will be pushed rap dlv with a vie’w to completion at a date its early as possible. Will be Brought Here The Schoon er H. TANARUS). Moore damaged in collision with the pier at Sheboygan last Thurs day night, will be brought here for re pairs. He Leaves Schuette’s Edward Bradl has severed his relation with Schnettg Bros, store and has accepted a position at Kaukauna. Inspect Malting Plant Geo. G. Mey er, associated with the (' J. Cartes Malt ing < 'o. of Buffalo. N. Y., was in the city Tuesday. The purpose of Mr. Meyer in visiting the city was to make an inspira tion of the plant of the Manitowoc Malt ing Cos. Allows Half the Claim The claim of $25x9.18 made by the city of Manitowoc on the county for the care of the small pox patients was reduced to $1327.18. The city charged a rental if sls a day f ,r the isolation hospital but will receive only $5 per day. Dr. Staehle s claim of $620 for attendance was not recognized as he was in 'he pay of the city. $640 was charged back to the town of Kos suth for one patient. MANITOWOC, WIS., MAY 30, 1901. CIRCUIT COURT OPENS WITH 37 CASES TO BE DISPOSED OF. The summer term of tha Circuit court opens June 4, next Tuesday, and quite a lengthy calendar awaits the determin ation of judge and jury. The calendar contains five criminal cases, thirteen cases for the judge and jury and nine teen cases of fact and law for the court alone. The jury has been called and the court will open promptly on Tues day morning. Tlie jjst of jurors was pnblishe i in a previous issue of The Pilot, MANITOWOC BOV MAY BE OCCUPIED IN A CHI CAGO BANKING HOUSE. Arthur J. Wyssman who graduates from the University ot Wisconsin nevt month after passing through four years of successful studies will be permanently occupied in bn sine*-; in Chicago 111, He has already made application for a posi tion in the large banking hot;-.-of N. ] W. Hams & Cos., and it is understood his name hits been favorably con-idered. H e is a voting man of promise, quick and intellegent and should make his | mark in tin* big Western city. , MOVEMENT OF PERSONS TO AND FROM MANITOWOC. Louis Shimek is in Mishicot, W. L. Leroy was in De Pere E. L. Nash was in Milwaukee. Dr. R. K. Paine is home again. Cha.-. Windus was in Waukshau. Clms. Frazier was in Two Rivers. Geo, Halverson was in Kaukauna. C. F. Schuetz was in Brillion on Mon day. Cha-'. Hover was in Kaukauna last week. Roy Davis went to Appleton this week. Henry Vits took a run down to She boygan. Henry Hiurichs is home again from Sc. Paul. E. M. Platt was heie from Chicago to spend Sunday Michael and Dennis Healy were hen from De Pere. M. H. Murphy has gone south, to Mil waukee and Chicago. Miss Marie Christiansen of Fond du Lac was here visiting, Ed. L. Kelley took a run over to Maple Grove on Monday. Chief of Police is in New York. He expects to return next week. Casper Miller of Nb-nasha was hen visiting his nephew. Joseph Miller, Clms. Spindler who has been in Chi cago and St. Paul is again in Manito woc. A. C. Miller has gone south to Mem plus, Tenn. He is expected home on Saturday night. Miss Anna Miith, who is teaching in Sheboygan spent Sunday at home with her father and mother. Judge Kirwan returns home this week from Kewaunee, where he has been holding court for the past three weeks. Dr. H. L. Banzhaf who has been attending a session of the stab Dental hoard at Delevan, Wis., returned home the latter part of last week Walker Post At ended There wa alarye rtteudance at the meinoral ser vices at St. Paul’s M. E. church Sun day morning. The H M. Walker post. G. A. R., and Camp Lawton, 8. A. W, V., attended in a body. The pastor de livered an eloquent sermon on the sub ject, "Pease "and speeial song mm vice was rendered by a selected choir. To Give a Concert A concert is to In given in the near future under the au pices of the Northside high school. Saengerbund Concert The concert to be given under the auspices of the Freier Saengerbund which was postpon ed May is, is announced fur Saturday, June 1. Haennstein Judged Insane John Haennstoiu, is a farmer of the town of Mishicot, was adjudged insane and committed to the Northern hospital at Oshkosh. He is 47 years of age and married. The physicians ascribe his condition to heriditary causes. Memorial Fixcersiscs Memorial Day exercies were held at the North Side High scool yesterday afternoon. A pro gram was given by the students. Sprinkle a little salt of economy on the tail of riches and they will not fly away. IN' MEMORY OF THE DEAD. Procession Will Form at Court House at 1:30 O’clock. THE PARADE TO THE CEMETERY- Order of the Line of March and How it Will Move. THE EXERCISES AT THE GROUNDS. G. W. lla.elton Has been Chosen Orator of Ifce Day. Other Men Who Will Participate This Afternoon. All places of business will be closed today in memory of the heroic dead, who lay sleeping beneath leafy trees in nearly all the cemeteries of the United States ALiuitow *, like other commun ities of the country will observe Decora tion Day by appropriate excorch-es, pi e ceded by a procession. The Pilot two weeks’ ago published the programme, hat it is reprinted as a guide to the services. PROGRAMME. The procession will form at Court house square at 1:30 p. m. ready to march at 2 o'clock sharp to cemetery in the following order: 1. MuMml nf I h** day with aides. School children with flags, If. Carriage with orator, chaplain and mayor W Rahr ns resident of the day. 4 Carrlng. s witlvßoard of Aldermen, clerk and treasurer. 5 Baud. il. Busses for members of chords. 7. Civic* societies. by special invitation. S. Burnt. Baens h guards in. Kahr guards, 11. 11, W. I.n wton Camp X>. and. and Soldiers of the &pn>isli- Vmerieau wav 17’ Itoraee M Wat ' 1 -r Pi Ist \o is The exercises on the grounds will be iu the following order. 1, Music by band. Opening remarks by the president of (lie day. •'l. Prayer by Rev. W. Ilootnn. (. Chorus. 5. Reading of Lincoln's address at Gettys burg. i). Chorus. 7. Oration bv Cl W. Han 5 m orator oi the day. S. Chorus. it. Firing of salute. 10. Home march. NORWEGIAN LUTHERANS MAY HIT LI) THREE ADDI TIONAL ACADA MILS. As it result of the biennial conference of the Eadern Synod of the Norwegian Lutheran Church, just closed at Mc- Farland, at which .Manitowoc was re presented, Wise msin may get three more Lutheran aeadamies. The terri tory comprised in this district embraces all between the Mississippi River and the Atlantic Ocean, but the church is strongestin Wisconsin, when* the Scan dinavian element predominates. One academy has been agreed upon, to he built at Deerfield, twenty miles east of of Madison tit a cost of >*15,000, while another may he built at Wittenbnrg in conjunction with the German Lutherans of that vicinity, and the Presbyterian acadamey at Galesville may he bought from the Presbyterians, SOME NEW BABIES IN TOWN. L ':i -si ’•yt -r* -Vi r r r.r V A daughter came to the home of Peter and Mrs. Kornely on Washington street. * * * Horn to Mr and Mrs. Henry Scholten •Jr.. Saturday evening, a baby boy. ♦ • ■* Father (lets the Child William Hnnke of Mishicot who was left a wi dower some years ago, placed Ids daugh ter i.i the charge of Michael and Mrs. Schimmel. The SchiinintTs kept the girl for a number of years, and last week petitioned the court that they he appointed legal guardians of the girl, the latter who had some property. The allegation was made was an unfit and incompetent person to hav charge of the girl. The court, however, dissented and gave Hnnke charge of his daughter. Storm on Lake H nstenm -r winds and high seas prevailed on Lake Michi gan last Friday and throughout the day and as a result extreme danger threat ened crufts within the protection of a har bor. The stenn was ne of usual severity. Llbbie B. Carter Sold Sale has com pleted by Marcus Paulson of the scow Libbie B. ('arter. the purchaser lieing Mary J. Devine, of Sturgeon Bay. The consideration is not given, A good many family trees glow out of rocks. i MRS. AND MRS. PETERSON CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING. Lars and Mrs. Peterson celebrated th ■ silver anniversary of their wedding e their Buftalo street home last night, a: which tOO guests were present to exten 1 congratulations to the happy couple. Refreshments were served and there were abundance for twice as many it partook of them. During the course i the evening a beautiful silver set wa given Air. and Mrs. Peterson commem orative of such an anspicians occasion The Rev. Mr. Thorsen spoke, the Rev Mr. Alfsoti of Jerpea and the Rev. Mr. Strommo,of Sheboygan male short ad dresses. REAL ESTATE. The following real estate report i copied fur ns by the Manitowoc County Ahstractrompany. who furnish abstract*- t.*f titles at a moderate cost and look up all property free of charge, Herbert L. Markham e,. al. to Alio Crocker allot lot IT in blot k 0, in Wood lawn, an add. to City of Manitowoc. f*2sl I. John F. Koeck to Rev. Peter A. Alntz. a part of lot 7, block 4, Village of St. Nazianz, SIBOO, Frank Sixta to Marlin Tadich, lots s, it, 11 and B. 23 ft. of lot 12, all in block HI. City of Manitowoc, ♦ 1500, ( arl Hansen to Allis Kraus, lots 3 and 4, in block no. 3 in Wm. D. Richards Snhdv. in City of Manitowoc. ♦BOO. August Panike to Carl Henschel lots (i. 7. and H, in block I, Village of Center ville. |s(lt). Bernadina Herman, executrix to Theodore Seioerlieh, 40 acres, sec. 21. Kossuth. ♦2IOO. Wilhelmina Boedi-r to ('harles G-. nhle part of lot to, Hinckley's Snhdv. of Sec. 31, Manitowoc, si. J. E. Hamilton to John Mixa, S. 47 ft. and lots II and 12. block A of C'nrrens <Sr Hamilton's Riverside A Id. to City of Two Rivers, .*'sso. Harhara Thovesim et al to Ed vard K. Erickson lOacresSec. 31 Cato, 40 acres sec. ii, Liberty, ♦2075. * Htoman /ajife to Jaculi Koenig, par • of laud sec. 31, Manitowoc Rapids ♦44, Fred AV. Rockhot)'to Gustav E. Suck ow, S. 5 ft. of lot 3 and N. 45 feet of I lot (i. block 3IH, City. ♦!. Peter Clemens to The Pioneer (’an 1 rung fc Pickling Cos. 1 acre sec. HI, Lib-j ertv, ♦2OO. W H. Alct alley to p. J. AlcCnllev HO acres sec. s, Cato, sjtesoo John Dclille to Frank Cates N. 1 id' lots II and 12, in block 24, City of Two Rivers, S2OO, August Anderson to John Simmer Jr. lots 1, 2 and part of 12 block 17, and lots II and 12. block 22 Village of Mani towoc Rapids. ♦ 10,50, Caroline Al. Conley to Carrie 1,. Smalley lot 5. block 115, City of Manito woc sl. Louisa Kemper lo Frank Zanhol et al W of lot 17, block II f City. ♦3OO. Thomas L. Johnson to Nels T. Nelson , 20 acres sec. 25, Cato. ♦KiOO. J. H. Lann to Warren Lawrence, lot 0 | and AV. 25 ft. of lot 5, block 2. in Lean's second Add. to Kiel ♦lO5. Fred W. RockhofT to Fred A'ogelsang j et. al. part of let 3, block 31H, City, *s|. Jacob Svacina to George Baumann, parcel of land sec, iio, Kossuth, 1000. Frank Gerhard, ('has, Schnuell and James Cook as the school hoard of ■eh oi disl. N" sin Town of Eaton, to Alois Holzer, 1 aero of land in sec 2(1, Eaton, 57.50. Emil Teitgcii et al to Clans Ordlng, lotH block 3, Teitgcn & Meyer's snhdv. of lot 5, of Sam i L Hinckley’s snhdv. of sec. 31, Manitowoc 225. Theodor Antnanu to George Wright, lots ft and Hi. block 17, Hilbert & Smith's add. to Village of Kiel SMJ. Gustav Ansorge nt al to Franz Lemke, undv. j of 40 acres sec, IT Newton, 412.30. Ernst Ansorge to Franz Lemke. undv. iof 40 acres see. 17, Newton, 20(1.1H. Otto Krueger et al to Ernst Ansorge, undv. J of In acres sec. 17, Newton. 201.20, Augusta Ansorge et al to Ernest An sorge, undv. I of 40 acres sec. 17, New t m. 200.20. <)le Hendrickson to Clara Hongen. Ni of E 1 of lot 3 and W } i of Ni of lot 2. all in block 44, City, 2000. P. J. McMahon to John Rader, 70 acres sec. 2, Meeme, 2000. Eugene A Hie to Charles Gauthier, part of lot 3, block 5 City of Two Hiyers, to. The Manitowoc Land A Halt Cos. to the Manitowoc Malting Cos. lots 0 and 7. block 130, City 500. Inger Gurine Ulson to Arthur Reich ert, S j of lot 5, bio k IBS, City, I. George Matt to Wenzel ( hvala et al 80 acres sec. H. Gibson, 1700. (Continued on Page 5.) WHOLE NO, 2218 TRAINING SCHOOL LOCATED HERE. City Council Will Furnish Room. I and Heat. S 2,000 APPROPRIATED FOR SAME. Amended Resolutions Have Been Passed by County Board. SIPT.'CHRISTI ANSI N TO IIAVf OVERSIGHT. | School W ill ho Read) for Occupanc) Toward the 1 atier I ::d ofSummer—Many Applications Mrcady. .Manitowoc is to have the training school t(,r teachers and at the Saturday's session of the County hoard $3,000 was appropriate I for the purpose of ex pen ses. This sum together with *lso*l ap propriated by tin- state will pay the leg itirnute expenses of the school. The cityiconneil will provide aocon; la >ns for the school, together with h at md light. The training school will be in w. ik ing order by the end of the summer, and it will l>e governed by a principal and an assistant teacher Hnpt. Christian sen will, however, have general over sight over the studies, Already Pome forty applicants wish to avail themselves of the the opportunities that thise-chool. will afford, and they will remain one year, whom they will be i eleased after passing the necessaiv ex aminations and fitted for the teaching pn ifession. Ihe amended resolution was passed W hereas. The State legislature of < the stale of Wisconsin by chapter 272 of the laws of 1 tM II ha -authorized Iha County lioard of any county within which a state normal school is not located, to appropriate money for the organizath u equipment ami maintenance of a county training school t t teachers of the com mon schools and whereas, no state nor mal school is located within the county of Manitowoc, VV i-con-in, therefore. lie, it, Resolved, by tb Count;, Hoard of Sup ervioirs of said county a! their special session held at the Court house in the city of Manitowoc, in said comity, com mencing the 2oth day of May, llioi, that a county training school for teachers of flie common schools be and the same hereby is established in -aid county of Manitowoi under the provisions of chapter 272 of the laws of p.n i Be it further. Resolved, That the sum of two thous and dollars be and the same hereby is appropriated out of the general fund’of said county for tin* purpose of, rganizing, equipping and maintaining the county training school hereby establish. Be it further Resold and that said Board ■ if Supervisors electa county training school board to carry out the provisions of this resolu tion as in such case by law made and pn ivided. The three trustees elected were John Shroeder, Win. | Fuetzloe and tee county superintendent of schools. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Wenzel Vanda, Carleton, to Mrs. Mary Ibdtz. <tihson. Edward Garthoeffnel to Christina Koenig both of St. Xaziunz. John M. Johnsrud to Miss Josie Ed wards of Manitowoc Rapids. LIBRARIAN VON BRILSL.N Submits Her figures on Circulation fur Past W eek. Miss Von Bri< sen. librarian of the Manitowoc public library submits her fig ures, showing the ciii Ration statistics bn the past week ending May 25. Th y are: General. 2. philosophy. 2 religion, 1: sociology, 5; natural science 10. useful arts, 8; fine arts*!, history, 15; travel. 11; biography, 12: literature, 599: Philology, 0. Total 0 IT. Of these (12 were G rnian. 11 Polish, 5 Bohemian. -I Norwegian and 0 French. Daily average was til. Christian Science. The Christian Science society holds service Sunday at 10 20 A. M. and 7 15 P M. Subject for next Sunday's lesson is “God the only Cause and Creator.” Sun day school me ts at 11.1.5. Wednesday evening service at H o'clock. Reading room is open Tuesday and Thursday from3 to 4 P. M. Frazier hall, York street between Seventh and Eighth. AH are invited A Plumbing inspector Anew office of city p’limbing inspector has been created whit h will carry a salary of |350. The highest manhood lie in disposition, not in mere intellect.