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VOLUME XLIL-NO. 42.
RACES WILL BE TOMORROW Fast Horses Will Compete on the Fair Grounds Track SHEBOYGAN ANIMALS ARE COMING Tommy II .Must Contest to Hold The Laurels He Now lias. TH.IEE EVENTS HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED. Running Will Commence at 2 O’Cloek When the Free lor All Mill be Started. One of the liest races ever given on t ie truck of the Manitowoc Riding and Driving Club is scheduled for tomorrow ignite a nnmfeerof fast horses are down to run in the various heats and sport of an exciting nature may be looked for. Several Sheboygan horses will be here to compete in the events and from the rumors which reach this city the Chair City horsemen expect to corral all the e iviable races. Just what will happen is yet locked in the future. The races begin promptly at 2 o’clock and the fol -1 iwing is the official programme: FRKE KOK ALL. Maklino Gustav Schrege, Sheboygan Tommy H. .W. E. Talmadge, B tina Wilkes Win. Rahr Jr. La Crescent J H. Keith 2:24 CLAS.s: Voltaire. . Edward Imig. Sheboygan Aron S A. W. Schraiu, Lyda S Dr. C. R. Flack Narana F. Noehlheck CLASS 2:25: Ragh Paul Joerns. Sheboygan Horis Theo. Zschetzschi, Ray King Tom Clark Lady .... J. C. Nelson Tommy H. holds the track record and Manitowoc horsemen will try and wrest it from him. HENRY SAYS WESTERN DROUGHT IS PROFITABLE TO WISCONSIN FARMERS W. A. Henry, director of the Agricul tural department at Madison university sends out the following bulletin. The most disastrous drought widen ever afflicted this country now prevails from Ontario to Kansas and Texas, covering a region over a thousand miles long or several hundred miles in width. It in cludes southern Wisconsin. There is every prospect of a great shortage of hay and straw to keep their stock alive next winter. A part of Wisconsin has abundant crops. H‘ the farmers so blessed will only save the-e, there will be large nion* y return to them the pre?e;it season. Theie will Vie call by shippers for t very pound of tame hay, wild hay and straw that can be -pared. Many farm* rsby saving their con foddt r and by cutting wild and marsh bay. can have large quantities of the hay and straw to sell. Not a pound of any kind of teed should be wasted. Even the lower grades of wild bay and m irsb hay should be carefully harvested a id saved for feeding at home lluswin'tr 9> as to sell as much as possible of the b tter grades. Let the word be passed f.'om month to mouth so that those hiving good ro;is may save all they possibly can of them for sale this fall and winter. HERMAN SCHLUNDT GETS DEGREE OF DOC TOR OF PHILOSOPHY. At the last annual Commencement the I n'varsity of Wisconsin coafirr.d Mr. Herman Shlundt. formerly of Two Rivers, the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Dr. Schlundt has the dis tinction of being the only Manitowoc County boy upon whom this degree has been conferred. CIRCUS AND COLNTA PAIR ON SAME DAY. Forepaugh ami Sells circus is to run in competition against tlie county fair, the circus opening on Sept. 4. It should be remembered that the fair has many attractions which will only la* duplicat ed by the circus and it is well to visit the fair because it will have a variety of enteriainment which no ciraus is en abled to duplicate. Was Fined Bryan Connell of Cato was i ned svuu also John Hayden for indulg ing in a fight. New Turnkey Sheriff Burt has ap pointed Sievert Terinls m to the office vacated by Mr. Mumm of Re‘By.lie. SaengerbumJ Picnic -The picnic of the Freier Saengerbund will be held on Anpust 4th. i ii an liir M H Hm mt ]■ H H - - “ - V DIRT. ID rFOfUIP , 1 tlb iVIAiN 1 JTUWUt PIUOI. STREET CAR LINE WILL BE OPENED LATE IN FALL. Mr. Higgins of the street car project s iys it will be impossible to have the cars Turning between this city and Two Rivers before the latter end of the fall. The fiist ii ten turn was to have them in operation by Sept. 1, but owing to un avoidable delays the opening day is still yet distant. Four cars have been order ed and they will be here on time. When the street cars are placed in operation then citizens will be able to n e electricity night and day, the street car company must have electricity to operate its cars, hence the electric com pany's plant will run day and night. MISS EMILY RANSCH TO TELL SCIENTISTS ABOUT ILEA LI NO. Miss Emily C. Rausch a prominent Christian Scientist of Chicago will spend next week in this cPy. her old home. She will have charge eg' the Christian Science sermon next Sunday, July 2* at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.. the subject for the lesson is ■•Love" On Wedms day evening at s o'clock, Miss Rans< li will also lead, other scientists of Chicago will be present. The many friends of Miss Rausch are invited to attend these sei#ices also all who have a desire to know what Christian Science is and what it is doing for mankind. Services arc held in Frazier Hall. PROF. MEISNEST GOES TO GERMANY FOR A YEAR'S STUDY. Prof. Fred W Meisnest and family expect to sail for Liverpool about Sep tember 1. After traveling through England they will procceed to Leibzig where Prof. Meisnest intends to pursue advanced work in the German language and literature. Prof. Meisnest will be absent a little more than a year, return ing in time to resume his work at the University in October 1902. Prof. Meis n-st is a brother of Frank W Meisnest who succeeds Mr. Grimm in the Third ward high school. SUPPLEMENTARY EXAM FOR TEACHERS’ THIRD GRADE CERTIFICATES. •Superintendent Christiansen will con duct a supplementary examination for teachers for third grade certificates on August 2 and 3 and all those who wish to join the teaching profession should avail themselves of this opportunity Tlie examination as heretofore will lie conducted in the Court house and every facility will be there for the proper con duct of the two days’ session. COMPANY H WILL BE INSPECTED BY CAPT. POMEROY. Capt. Hugh E. Pomeroy of Appleton will inspect the boys of Cos. II tonight. The military company is in excellent trim and the members expect to make a good showing before the inspecting of ficer. This inspection is preliminary to the soldiers leaving for camp. Manitowoc Dairy Board At the meeting of the Dairy Board, Wedmslay, .lul;( ‘24. the following off ers were made: 1100 boxes Daisies; 320 boxes Twins 340 boxes Y. A. Offers same veek last year; 90t) boxes Daisies: 22ii boxes Twins; 10 io boves V. A. Sales reported today; 200 b< axes Twins in t) Ac. , O S O boxes V. A. <■' 90c; 1100 box es Twins (ill 0()c. Sales same week last year 225 Boxes Twins in lijjc: 1000 boxes Y. A. in 9jc: 450 boxes Daisies (n 9Jc;4soboxes Dais ies Oh lofc. Emil, Tkitoen, Sec’y. lie Suddenly Died Fred Kuyler while mowing some grass near the Manttowoc Malting plant on Monday fell over and suddenly died. Went to and Reunion Dr. K. K. Paine and .1. Reardon returned Friday evening from Waupaca, where they have been in attendance on the reunion of tie* Twenty First Wisconsin. Farm Crops are Good Farmers rejtort a most successful season. While some think that rain has been a trifle too abundant others assert the contrarv. However that may be crops are said never to have looked as well. Chris Mnth is reported as saying that this year s yield of hay will lie the largest in many seasons, oping fully twenty per cent, over that of 1900, WANTED. Two girls for kitchen work at $2.50 and 3.00 per week. The Lake House, 15 Two Rivers, Wis. YOUNG HAGGERTY’S BODY FOUND. Mystery Surrounding the -Maple Grove Man’s Death. WAS LOST FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Body Recovered Above Marinette on River Bank. THE FAMIIV GET POSSESSION OF IT. Haggerty Was W ell Respected in This Com munitv Left a Farm and a Homestead Lawrence Haggerty of Maple Grove left home a year ago and not until last week was there any tidings of him. when his brother Michael received a letter from Marinette, saying that the body of Lawrence had been found on the drive of the Maine river This was m shook to the family because his death was not anticipated. At present it is not known how the young man lost his life, whether by accident or foul play, but bis body had been in the water a long time and decomposition bad set in, but bad not gone sufficiently far to pre-! vent identification. In the young man's clothes were found articles which put the finders of the body on the track so that they were able to notifiy his relatives. Michael Haggerty left for Marinette and will return with the body to Maple Grove, and there the funeral excercises will take place. Young Haggerty was only 25 years old, he owned a farm in Maple Grove and a homestead in Rhine lander. He was well respected in this community and he leaves behind six brothers and two sisters. MOVEMENT OF PERSONS TO AND FROM MANITOWOC. .1 H. Pomeroy, of Wausau, who holds down a position on the Pilot published in tlwit city paid this office a call on Saturday. Wm. and Jas. Aden of Wausau wen visitors in the city on Saturday last, hav ing come here for (he purpose of attend ing the funeral of their mother. Mrs. Martha Alien District Attorney Hongen was in Mil waukee. Chas Fechter went to Milwaukee to attend the Elks’ convention. Ernst Wagner is attending the Elks’ convention as a member of the grand lodge. G G. Sedgwick who has been South has returned. Ted Junes has left for Mellen where he will lie employed in the lumber trade. L D. Moses of Ripon was in the city. Mr La Count of the Hartford- Press is in the city. Mr and Mrs < )le Halverson of Muld ers were welcome callers at the Pilot today. Louis Grimm a member of the Poor Committee was in from Grimms’ Station on business Saturday. Dr. t I’Connell. of Cato was in the city Saturday. Joseph Gruber Jr. of Gibson was in the city Thursday. Prof. Evans and Edwin Alter have re turned from a visit to the Buffalo ex - - position. The professor expresses him self as delighted with the trip, speaking iu glowing language of th<- marvelous electric display at the exposition Chas. Krmnm acted as drum major for the Second regiment band of She boygan, tit tli * (‘arnival. Frank Ellis of Chicago visited at Mrs Laudreth’s over Sunday. Judge Marker of Carbondale, 111., is spending a week in the city. Miss Alice Meuge has returned from Milwaukee. Misses Genevieve and Florence Usher who have been visiting in the city at the home of their sister. Mrs. E. L. Kelley left for Madison. John Topic lias returned from a Mil waukee visit Carl Stolze is a Carnival visitor in Milwaukee. John Gelling of Malison is a guest of Joseph Willott Jr Mrs. Charles Frazier and daughter Gertrude and her father Carl Zander left Wednesday for Messeii City, Michi gan John Williams has returned from a business trip to Chicago. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Kadow are iu Milwaukee. Miss Helen Schreihart will spend the remainder of the summer at Milwaukee leaving Manitowoc Tuesday evening. WANTED. A blacksmith who understands shoe ing horses. Will pay good wages. Anton Graycarik, 8 Larrabee, Wis. MANITOWOC, WIS., JULY 25. 1901. CHAS. G. STANGEL LANDS A SCHOLASTIC POSITION IN MILW AUKEE. Charles (4. Stangel ot Tisch Mills has been appointed to succeed W- C Sicker as instructor in physics in tnc West Di vision high school of Milwaukee. After graduating from the Two Rivers high school, Mr. Stangel taught school a few years and in the fall of isOtl he entered the University of Wisconsin He gradu ated in isuit. taking special honors in physics. The next year he was an in structor in physics in the university and last year he held a similar position in the Madison high school. The West Division high school of Mil waukee is reputed to have the best equipped physical laboratory in the stale excepting the one in the univer sity. The school itself is one of the leading high schools in the United States. Among its instructors are graduates from Harvard. Halit'. Leipzig. Michigan. Northwestern. Dei it. Lave, Pur due. Vassar. Smith. Pratt Art Institute. Toronto and Wisconsin. LUTHER LEAGUE IS MEETING IN CONVENTION IN MANITOWOC. The Luther League, an organization within the Lutheran church, is holding its state convention in this city the first session being scheduled for to day. About 100 young persons and ministers are present The Luther League of Wisconsin was organized in Madison in IWitiandis affiliated with tb<' Luther League of America William (’. Stoev er, of Philadelphia, Pa., president of the Luther League of America is attending the convention at Manitowoc and will deliver an address to-night. The open ing session will be held this evening .and will include addresses by R.-v, E, (). Loe of Beloit and Rev. W K. Frick, Church of the Redeemer Milwaukee Deaths of a Week. The remain* of Mrs Martha Allen were brought in Wansiu to this city Saturday for burial. Deceased was form erly a resident of this county, and re sided 'in the Rapids road, up to the spring of It I when she removed to Wan san. her husband having died the fall previous. She was an old resident of the county, the family having come hen in the year Is.jfi, Mrs. Allen was a na tive of Ireland, and was born May 12th •IS2I. She was the mother of seven children, four of whom survive her William and .bnae- Allen, and Mrs Eliza Pomeroy, t Wausau, and Mr- Louis Lawrence, of this city, funeral services were conducted at the grave bv the Rev. Grey Mrs. Louis I'rhan died last week a' the family home ami was buried Iran St Boniface's chmvh. siie was onh 29 years old at tin tin her death Her hnshai' I t'a'her and mother Mir vive her. Mrs, Fred Wilke Sr., died on Monday. She was born in Germany Mat 2V ] s;:o She left a husband and son. LIBRARIAN VON RRILSEN Submits thr figures on Circulatiou in fast Week. Miss Von Biiesen. librarian of tin Manitowoc public library submits her tig tires, showing the circulation statistic foi the pa-! week ending July 2n. The are: General, n philosophy, b: religion 1; sociology, 1, natural science 11 useful arts, 2t fine arfsl, history.a; travel. biography, (i; literature, 3la; Philology 0. Total 3aT. Of these 22 were German, 2 Bohemian and 2 Norwegian. Daily average was all 5 UNDER Till: LIBRARY LAMP. S’ The Smart Set can never be acensed of dullness. In its Kin pages of stories, verses and witticisms there are sumrises and deliglits for the most blase regrb-r. 'J'he August number opens with a novelette of remarkable power ami originality entitled Miss Sylvester’s Marriage written by Cecil Charles. The highly diverting history of it social ,-trnggler is related in "Ghosts in Nauinkeag, bv W. B. Cohen, and other stories of exeep tional interest are 'The Price of Admis sion.” by Felicia Goddard; "The Sun flower Girl,” by Justus Miles Forman "( frehidsor Arbutus?'' by Katrina Trask "In the Matter of a Watchman.’’ t>y Ony Somerville; Taken at the Flood,” at 100 prize story, by Fkulah Downey Flanks. "In Regard to Madras,’’ by FI, Knapp Harris. * When a boy with fire crackers sees a woman coming, driving a nervous horse he asks no greater joy. VIEWED THEIR MINE PROPERTY. Judge Craite and Dr. J. V. Miller Visit Wyoming. THEY RITLRN ENTIRELY SATISFIED. The Judge Talks Enthusiastically of IJ Claims. COPPER WILL R( VP Till W \ PROFIT. tre Already Taking out of the Mine l arge Ouantities of Ore A Smelter Near. Isaac Craite and Dr. J. V. Miller have just returned from a visit to (.'rand en campment. Wyo., where are located the copper mines in which both are interest ed. Judge Craite returns with a beam ing countenance and speaks in glowing language of the advantages of the umn fry he was in and the prosperity of the mining property. He looks forward to i profitable career in the mining project, saying that the thirteen claims are lo cated in a rich belt, therefore prosperity is as inevitable as the ri-ing and setting of the sun, We have already begun work on the mines, said the judge, "and we are taking out consid. ruble high grade ore. There cannot be a doubt about theqnan tity’*and quality. one is almost as illim itable as the other is guilt edged. We of course, find stratus of low grade ore out we can handle this output at a prof it by building our own concentration plant which it i- onr purpose tod . Just six utiles west of n- there i- an imniens. -melter anil we can have otirore reduced to the pure stuff in short ord r The tonnage of ore already on tin* -urlnee is so large that we can clearly see our ex penses even above that, and when we are down deep enough we shall find onr profits and I hope they will be big at that. Our property is located near some of the he-t mine-in that district We art* hut a short way from the t rip pie ('n ek district." The judge -avs thev give emyE \ meat to from three to twenty men, this de pends on the-character 1 Work to be done, 4de will buy the be-* Wire Rat Trap made at The Hand A Uoetuer Hdwe (’o Milwaukee Medical College. riedica! Department. Ist anti 2nd years--Laboratory work. 3rd year—Didactic and Clinical work. 4th year--Lxclusivelv Clinical. VV. li. Earles, 15. Sc., M. I)., Dean. Dental Department. Laboratory and Clinical opportunities greatly enlarged. Lour Year Course after 1902. (i. V. i. Brown, A. IJ., n. [)., D. D. S., C. M., Dean. Pharmacy Department. Preparatory Ccurse, 14 weeks. Lull Course, 2 years, 28 weeks. Labora tory Equipment complete. P E. W. Sommer,JPh. 0.. Dean. Students deficient in entrance requirements c in prepare themselves in the Literary Department of the college while pursuing the course. All departments open September 16th, 1901. Send for Catalogue to Milwaukee fledical College, Ninth and Wells sts., Milwaukee, Wis. NEW GAS SUPERIN TENDENT TAKES UP HIS DUTIES HERE. The new superintendent of the Mani towoc Gas company, Gene Hyde of Racine, has taken hold of the plant a..d hereafter will run it. He is a practical man. having been trained by his brother, who is at the head of the Racine gas plant and is considered one of the most accomplished men in the business in the country. He conies to this city well qualified to discharge the duties he ha assumed, and gas consumers will find him affable, accomodating and up-to daft* in bis methods. He took charge of bis work last Monday morning. M VMT'OWOC M VUK L I Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben efit of Farmers The following are the current prices of the various articles of produce as rep. >rt • ed for The Pilot on July I. Potatoes -f.2 Wheat. Spring (52 Wheat White Winter 02 Rye -47 Barley -4*l Oats.’ -!l> Corn - 5o Hay stM) '.too Butter HI I* Eggs 11 12 Salt per bbl 75-1 15 Wood 400-5 00 Peas White tin Peas Mandat 1.00 Peas Green so Peas Scotch 00 Wool 14 RKT.MF-. Flour Patent 1,00 “ Daisy 1.05 “ Rye.’... l.flo M idling S5 Coarse Meal 1.00 Fine 1.2" Oil " 1.05 \ Veterans’ Reunion The Veterans of the Fifth Wis.-.insin infantry will hold a reunion at Milwaukee on July 2Jrd and 2 Itli This regiment contained the ! first company that Manitowoc sent to the front. Cias-es hold Reunion The class <ff I'd, of the South Side High S bool will hold a reunion at Car-lens }|.:ll on the even ing of July jo. Went to a Cana Tin employees .4 the Manitowoc Aluminum (' < . pictured at Weliers Silver Lake Resort Saturday afternoon. WHOLE NO 2226. 810 WOODMAN’S PICNIC. It Wiii be held at Mishicot on August 26. Till; TOWN IS MAKING PREPARATIONS- Expect About 2.000 Persons to be in Attendance. PICMCKIRS I ROM Ml. OVER COINTV. Cointy lias (her "00 Members in the Woodman's Lodge. Will Turn Out Strong. Mno nf th** lari'est picnics ev°r pro jected in this county will t:ik** place at Mishicot on August *2O, when TOO Mod ern Woodmen will Ire present and tliev will have with their wives, sweethearts and friend*. It is estimated that Mishi cot will . Merton at least dooo peop l - on the occasion of this festival and the town is now making preparations to worthily distinguish itself. The local lodge of Woodmen is corre- with some of the best speaker in tie fraternal order with the purpose that they shall entertain and instruct tiic people in the principles which (guide tin* W Iman's order. To make the fete one of the most successful is the def inite pnrpo f Manitowoc Woodmen. Each of the lodges going to the picnic (grounds will lie accompanied by separ ate bands, hence there will he music enough and to spare. Dancing and oth er outside amusements will he permit ted and encouraged. Mi o’B mother of Agent <' l*rien was injured by a carriage Friday The lady will he obliged to spend ■■■ an*.* time here to recover from her bruise-. Rcsgins his Position I. oiis Senglanb has resign-d hi- p -its hi as I look keep *v of the Schreiliart lit• wing Cos. \ New Linn P .1 - e is*- and 11 C. Ewald have bought out the business oj Henry Meyer on \\ ii-hingtoii -treet and will continue a dry goods and grocery store. Death is assure 1, otherwise a man would not blow himself for life insur ance.