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NEWS FROM COUNTY
Notes From Reedsville. Miss Frieda Busch of Manitowoc is visiting witn fiiends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Meany of Manito woc spent Sunday here with relatives. Miss Anna Cavanaugh left Saturday for Liberty where she will teach this year. Last Friday Miss Grace Met ully re turned to Manitowoc after spending some weeks here visiting. Mr. Fred Brenner returned to Water town last Monday to resume bis studies, after spending ids vacation here. Mrs Louis Falge visited "t Manito woc. Saturday. Mr. .John Brenner is 1 oiue from ( hi C igo to spend a few weeks Miss Maud Woodcock of < ollins, Miss Clara Mcartz Mr I '.mil Mueller and Mr. John Draheiui -jient Sunday at Coopers town < 'aves. Mr. Josie Rabat visited here Monday. Notes From St. Na/ianz. A few of our young folk- took a trip to Elkhart Lake Sunday, and reports show they had a good time. Horn to Mr. and Mrs Zyviek Stahl, Jr., a bouncing baby girl. Miss Verone Klein from St. Wendel spent Sunday with friends here. The announcement of the approaching marriage of Aug Benin** ami Miss < 'lara Luellotl was made Sunday Miss Clara Schmitz, left Monday to at tend tie- county training school at Man itowoc. A bouncing baby boy made its appear an at tin* bom** of Jos. Schnettler, Saturday The Aug* 1 of *leath ap|iear*-d at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. N'ick Backhaus and * laim< *1 their three weeks old son Monday. < )ur sympathy is extended to the tiereaved pan-nts. Miss Ida Brey left for Whitelaw Saturday to remain some time Cathrine Fender a meiiiher *)f the Sister hood here died at the t olivent Saturday. age*l si years Tlie deceased was one of the pioneers here Mr and Mrs Win Fetin from Meenie s[>eut Sunday at tie* home of Mr John Miller, Sr. Notes I rom .Mishicot. There is a M<•<!n-itit* show again in our town giving eiilertaiiiluents and sell ing medicine Avery valuable hors** of Mr FJi Peltier *1 I last Sunday Missionfest will l* given by the Lutheran church next Sunday The Misses Viola Westgate and FJIa With* left Siimlii\ for Manitowoc where they will atteml the (raining school The Mishicot school will begin next Monday. I he\ will In- ohlig***! to keep school in tin* old school lions** for a few weeks. Vogl Bros will have an auction next Monday, Sept 11 Hi, Plight men of the Mishicot Brewery Cos., formed a union Now people can drink union Beer It is reported that Mr. II Bet/en haw sol*l Ins home We will be sorry to have Mr. and Mrs. Detzen leave. Miss lliniini llrndka returned to tier lioilie aft*'l Spending a week with her friernl. Miss Slasea Kenn**y. Mr an ! Mrs. .1 Wilsnianii and Mr. and Mrs. P Schaefer spent Sunilay in Mishicot Mr ami Mrs. W Blum and Mr and Mrs II lictz.eti went to Two Rivers Sunday. ‘hi Children of tin* Catholic church made their first c.ainmitiion hist Sunday j Mr. Brown, the photographer of Two Kivers, had his photo stmlio in Mishicot open Sunday Notes I mm Kitiifsbrid^e. Mr William K* h of the Rangelinc * ailed at the hone* of his brother. Mr Henry K*" 11. last week Mr 111 Kami ami hi son Sterling were visitor II tie- 'pence! holm-, one tlay lasi wi ck Mis- Ll/'if II ,1-eli has been x isitillg h*-r cousin* in 'I wo Ri c.i ■* Have Just Received Our Fait and Winter Clothing. Wear, showing the latest novelties entirely new ideas twitli imliv ill 11. 1 1 it\ and stvle that is mail bless. ( Mir I eaulilttl sjua ial hand taiioi ed ( lotlunp. has mad a name Im itself lias push ed mi In an advaiM ed posi tion, in a class !>v itself. Youths’ single and double breasted Suits I rum $7 00 upward-. Men’s single and double bn usti and Suits I rum $12.00 upu.i ids. HOYER BROS.. TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. South I ij'lilli street, near the bridge. VbinilowiK. W iskkimii Miss Sylvia Worthington celebrate*! the seventh anniversary of her birthday last Sunday. Mrs. John Riley from Menominee was here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Frank Haws and family spent Sunday with there relatives at ( oopers town. A pleasant time must have been tbe event of last Thursday evening, as was reported to your correspondent. The affair t*s*k place at the home of Miss Mce Robinson. The night was an ideal one and the hours "all flew by too soon. Progressive games were indulged in until the swa wee hours of the morn ing dawned. Mr. Geo. Cross visited here last Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Geo. Fulton visited their relatives here Sunday. Mrs, R. E Harrison and son returned to their home at Depere after an ex tended visit here Mr and Mrs Geo. Fulton have been eutertaing relatives from Lansing. Mich. Mrs Winifred Hay and brother, Win. Spencer, visited their parents here lust week. Mr. Tuft (lootway and son Lewie departed for Algoma, Wis. one day last week ♦*> attend the funeral of h ; s sister who died recently there Miss Hattie Riley and brother Lari left for their home at Milwaukee last Thursday after an extended visit with relatives here. Notes From Osman. I>r. Burns of Chicago visited with Ids parents in Meenie for a few 'lays. Henry Gries ami Albert Wagner made a business trip to Wausau the latter part of last week Miss Lizzie Cain of Chicago is visiting relatives in this vicinity Miss Catherine Kgaii, who lias been spending her vacation witii her parents, returned tot'bicago on Monday. M H Garrey of Chicago called on friends her** last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gallagher of Mil waukee visited at the home of Ed Gal lagber in Newton during the week. Rev Pbeelen of Muntello lias been as signed to Ht. Isadore's church and said his first mass there last Sunday. Miss Anna Cavanaugh of Reedsville arrived here lust Saturday to take up ii**r work as teacher in school district No. .T, Liberty, which opened Monday. The town boards of Meeme. Liberty and Newton held a meeting here la*d Thursday to release Dan Shiiunahan from District No ■ Liberty,’and to ad mit hi in into tiie "• Minim district A number of our teachers began work mi Monday and Tuesday. Dan Sullivan wears a broad smile on account of "*■• arrival of a bouncing boy ut bis borne last Wednesday — Notes From Liberty. Threshing is progressing nicely, ami the )ields are generally satisfactory. Miss Regina llougen of Chicago is hen*, visiting relatives ami friends Mr ami Mrs August Leiiz and family visited recently with Mr ami Mrs Fred Smith at Plymouth The Misses Bessie and Florence Gor man of Fond dn Lac are her a visit to friends. ( minty Surveyor Pitz was here last Monday, surveying land for Michael Wubwr. Unite a law crowd iroin Muiiitnwot* bad an outing at Pigeon lake. Sumlay and Monday Ally A. L llougen ami family spent Sumlay with relatives here Mr Win Dunbar, one **f Liberty's progressive farmers, was iu Kiel last Thursday on business. Notes From Maple (irove. Mr Bartleine. tin* Wayside butcher who recently underwent an operation f.,r appendicitis in St Mary's hospital at Green Bay worshiped here Sunday aid is fully recovered from the aillictioii Jcrre Duggan, a former resident of this locality but. for th** pa-*l live years a conductor oil lb** elevated sheet tail way iu ('bicago. shook hands with I riends her** Sunday Rev. Father Kohler, who hail charge of the Kellnersville congregation for the past three years, lias ls*en assigned to St. Mary's congregation at Reedsville and divine services were held there Sunday. The congregation was without a pastor for the past year. Miss Kate Doyle of Chicago is here to spend a short vacation with her uncle Dan < (’Leary. Mr. Aug. Kiekhalfer ami Sons have purchased anew threshing outfit of Frank Frosch and Sons of Grimms. Mr. Kiekhalfer has had years of experience in tbe threshing business and bis neigh bors are much pleased with his having purchased the outfit. Several horses in this locality are suffering from tbe disease known as distemper. If the disorder is contagions, some of the Cato horses will probably soon show symptoms of it, Mrs. Meyer of Milwaukee is here, visiting with her uncles, Thomas and J. P. Watt. A threshing crew from Little Buffalo, while threshing in this locality last week, got into a dispute with the proprietor as to how threshing should be done, but before the threshing was finished the threshing crew were well thrashed. Mr. John Morrisey, who for the past four years haslieen holding a responsible position in the white house at Washing ton. is home to spend his annual vaca tion John has many warm friends here and is apt to have such wherever he goes. on Sunday evening, while Mr. Mich. *) Dea. Sr .of Rockland, accompanied by his bin-d man, was returning home from a party at Mr. Gintner's, the horse be came unmanageable and dashed down a large bill and left the road overturning the vehicle. Both of the occupants re ceived some slight injuries, and the horse, a valuable animal, was so badly hurt that it cannot recover Mrs. McCarthy of Antigo is here, visit ing at the home of her brother, Mike Mullins Miss Mamie I,inane rang the school bell in district No. 1, announcing the opening of the school year. John < 'onuors, after spending Sunday and Monday, calling on friends in Reeds ville, Grimms and Cato, left for Kell nersville Monday evening and opened up the school in that village Tuesday morning. The hunting season opened Sept, let and the woods are alive witii hunters I and their hounds. The poor, innocent rabbits fall with each report of the title. I Tlie Misses Katie ami Flossie Connors visited with Miss Francis Cavanaugh, Sumlay. Reedsville again has only one barber [ shop, since C. F. Maertz'shop was de |si roved by tire But as Mr. Link atteml ; ed to the needs of the people in that line j for a number of years formerly, he will certainly be able to do the same again However, he still insists on living up to bis former rule keeping holy the Sab bath. Mr. James Brennan's smiling face is becoming familiar in this locality of late. The dance given by the base ball team is reported to have been the grandest social occasion of the season Don I Neglect That Cough. Because it is nature's warning of com | ing trouble such as Asthma, Consnuip | lion, i’neumouia. Croup, el*'. Gloria | Lung Balsam will instantly relieve all j throat, lung and bronchial trouble. Sold by F <'. Buerstatte. Half Rates to NV Isconsln State l air at Milwaukee, Via Hu* North-Western Line. Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip, Sept h to 15, inclusive, limited t<* return until Sept. It), inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-West ern R y. ■THE ISLAND OF TANGIER. Strange Yet Beatific Conditions Pro vailing Upon This Little Body of Laud, In Chesapeake hay, l;!5 miles south of Haiti more, with which city com niunlciition liy boat three times a week may lie depended upon during the summer season, is the strange Island of Tangier, so completely isolated from tli<> usual lines of travel that it hardly seems possible that it cun tie a part of the state of Virginia. • • • Imagine if you can, writes Charles K. Kali man, in Four Track News, an is land about live miles long ami three fourths of a mile In width, with a population of nearly l.Ono, where each house is connected with Chesapeake bay by a tiny canal; an island where the population lias built homes along one narrow street but nine feet In width, without sidewalks, road bed or gutter; an Island where the women go about with bare feet ami calico gowns during the week, and where the men have r their work at an early hour on Monday morning M remain '.va> until .Saturday afternoon, an Island where Intoxicating liquors u"e not sold, where billiard rooms and IMiol rooms are unknown; m Island where one physician and ti e minister constitute the professional class; an 1 land where profanity Is punished by flue; an Island without a jail or lock up. and where religion Is the rule and to le outside of the church Is (o he outside of the pale of the best society; an Island where public cemeteries are unknown and where the dead of each hone are burled in tlie front yard; If you can Imagine all this you may have some faint Idea of the peculiar sur roundings of the Inhabitants of Tan- I K ‘" r Up Called a Doctor. Yeast I saw tin- doctors carriage at your door, In-da? Anybody sick? Ci im onheak ' ■ he called to pre sent tus bill "(Hi I see you didn't call him?' 1 "V-i- i did. too; I isilled him every old thing I could think of! Yonkers Siuiesiuau. DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful ij i cures made by Dr. ill Kilmer's Swamp-Root, 8 I the great kidney, liver D V'.’vT‘ > 7 Li and bladder remedy. - ! j \V\Sj LA I* 'he great medl - Li'v 1 cal triumph of the nlne -1 • 'eenth century; dis- V-ji, . covered after years of f'ff— l' scientific research by sir’ll } Dr. Kilmer, the emi f] _* " nent kidney and blad der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and Dr. Khmer L Cos! Bir,g° gfflOT regular fifty cent and Horn* of swmn-Roa dollar sizes are sold by aft good druggists. Don't make any mistake but remem ber the name. Swamp Root, Dr. Kill mer’n Swamp-Root, and the addrewi, Blioghamtun, N. Y., on every bottle. STRIPED GRUNTS KISSING. Little Fishes in New York Aquarium Afford Amusement to Spectators. In one of the tanks at I lie aquarium is a lot of striped grunts, handsome little Bshes from Bermuda, which do one thing that is peculiar and different from any thing done by other fishes in the aqua rium, relates the New York Sun. If the outside of the glass front of 'he tank Is stroked softly and repeatedly downward with the linger tips, the pretty Ashes will come swimming toward it. opening wide their mouths, which are within of a beautiful red. When rear the glass two of them, each with its mouth wide open, will ap proach each other and gently lock jaws In an attitude of kissing Sometimes when the glass has been stroked as many as four pairs of the striped grunt have gone through tins performance at once Why (he striped grunts do this no body knows. It may be due to some sort, of hypnotic Influence exercised by the moving linger tips, tint, men expe rienced In Hie care of fishes in cap tivity have observed that all the species rff the grunt family do the same thing In like c ircumstances. Little Plume chief of the Blackfoot Indians, of Montana, in company with another Indian chief and an Interpreter, visited the aquarium one day recently and viewed all the other exhibits with Interest, though with all id' ihe Indian’s traditional immobility. Hut at Ihe exhibition given by the kissing striped grunts Little Plume laughed outright. DIVORCE IN ENGLAND. Report of Consul General Evans Shows That It Is Increasing Rapidly. Interesting statistics concerning di vorce proceedings in Knglandand Wales acr contained in an official report from United .States Consul General Kvans, at I/indon. The number of petitions for dissolution of marriage tiled In 19112 was 1.050, as against 000 filed in 1901. of the petitions filed In 1902, 009 were filed by husbands and 441 by wives. The prompt action of Ihe courts is shown by the fact that of the total num ber of petitions filed, 9150 were set fur trial during the year. Judgments were, rendered as follows: For husband, plaintiff, In 1197 cases; for wife, plaintiff. In 284 cases; for husband, respondent, in 17 cases, and for his wife, respondent, In ten cases. The annual number of petitions filed during the past five years was 853. The population of England and Wales is about 33,000.000, showing says Con sul General Evans, that there was one petition for dissolution of marriage In some form filed in the courts in 1902 for about each 32,500 population. He adds I tiat experimental or trial marriages, seemingly, are not encouraged by the case of securing divorce, and that the sentiment of the people, sustained by the courts, is clearly against divorces or the divorced. The established church, he says, Is against performing the mar riage ceremony where either party to the proposed marriage is a divorced peraon. FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the ■ gain from the use of Scott's Emulsion is very rapid. For this reason we put up a fifty-ccnt size, which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children. In other conditions the gain is slower—health cannot be built up in a day. In such cases Scott’s Emulsion must be taken as nourishment; a food rather than a medicine. It’s a food for tired and weak digestions. Send for tree eample Scott & Bowne, 409 41s ph st. Cboil.U Nw York jot. and li.ou. All drug glut. ROBBER BEES DESPOIL HIVES. Organise Raids to Descend Ipm Their More Industrious \rlghbors for Winter’s Supply of Honey. To the person who knows nothing about bees they represent the suprem* type of industry, says the London Chronicle. But aven the bee commu nities are disturbed by those of theli #wn kind who break through and steal. Robber bees are always a source of anxiety to beekeepers, and in the au tumn the marauders seem particular ly active. Having gathered no honey, or, at any rate, an Insufficient supply for themselves, they descend upon a hive, kill its Industrious occupants and carry oft the golden treasure in an astonishingly short space of time. We know of a recent instance in which the attack was developed and the home bees killed in a couple of hours. Some times a hive will attack neighboring hive. In such cases the old straw ’’•kip” was better than the modern arrangement, for a knife thrust through the top would break the comb and set the honey free, at which the thieves would instantly return to seal up their own store. It le not primar ily la their Industry that Uses are human. LEGAL NOTICES. [Order for Proof of Wju,| CTATE (IF WISCONSIN Cocntv I’ocht roll Manitowoc County. Inth* Matter of tlie Estate of Simon Connell, deceased In Prohatt* An Instrument in writing. puriortiiig to Ik* the Last Will ami Testament of Simon ( onnell of Vault* Grove, in said County, having been delivered into said Court: And Margaret Connell of Maple Grove j in saiil County, having presented to said Court her petition in writing duly verified, representing, among other things, that said Simon Connell died testate, at Maple Grove, in said County, on the L*oth day of April. IMOfi; that said Instrument is the Last W ill of said deceased and that Margaret Connell is name i therein as Executrix, and praying that said Instrument be proven and admitted to Pro bate and that letters Testamentary be there on issued to Margaret Connell. It Is ordered: That said petition and the mat ters therein lie heard, and proofs of said Last Will and Testament la* taken, at a Special term of said County Court, to he held at the Probate office in the city of Manitowoc, on Tuesday, the 1-th day of SeptemlK*r. im*s. at hi o'clock A M And it is Further Ordered: That notice of the time and place of said hearing Ih* given hy pub lication hereof for three successive weeks, once each week, previous to the time of said hearing, in The Manitowoc Pilot, a newspaper published in sail Manitowoc Comity. Dated August -Ist. IHffTi. Bv the Court. JOHN CHLoCPKK County Judge Healy A: Joyce Attorneys. Pub. August £4. HI. September?. MANITOWOC MARKET. Latest Quotations Corrected for ihe Ben efit of Farmers The following are the current prices of the various articles of produce as re|mrt ed for The Pilot on Aug. 81 1905, New Potatoes 85 Wheat. —Spring -70 Wheat—White Winter -7i) Rye -55 Barley -40 Oats -27 Corn -(13 Hay 5 00 (1 00 Butter 18-30 Eggs 17 Salt per bbl 85-100 Wood (i 00 Peas—White 70 Peas —Marofat -70 Peas—Green (15 Peas —Scotch -70 Wool -85 RETAIL. Flour Patent 8.00 ‘ ‘ Daisy 3.75 “ Rye 3.00 Midling 1.00 Coarse Meal 1.85 Fine “ 1.40 Oil “ 1.(10 HIDES No. 1 Green Hide 10 No. 2 Green Hide 0 No. 1 Hulls Hide ... 7* No. 3 Hulls Hide Oj No. 1 Horse Hide with maueand tale 3.25 No. 1 Call’s Hide 13 No. 1 CalfsHide under ‘Jibs 50 No. 1 Tallow 04 Dairy Board. Report of Dairy Board of Manitowoc Cos. Meeting held Aug. 80, 1905. The following offers were made: 114 boxes Twins. 041 ” Y. A. 1705 “ Daisies. Market report today: Twins 11c. Y. A. I lie. Daisies llic. Emil Teitgen, Sec. ' TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to (ill the new positions no.it oil to K,lili ii.nl and I eleyi apli ( oinp.m ics \\ . .nit YOUNG MEN and LADIES of uood habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. ACCOUNTING. Wc furnish 7=; per cent, of the Oporat ots .ind Station Audits in America our six school* arc the largest exclusive I cb* Kiaph Schu.ds IN THE WOHLD I staidish cd j" umis .mil endorsed In all leading Railway (>ffh ials Wc execute a Bond to every stn dent furnish him or her a position pay ing fiom S1 • to Jmi a month in States east of the Km k\ Mountains or from S-t to Sun a minith in States yvest of the Rockies immediately upon graduation Students can enter at ain time No y a rations Lor full particulars legarding anv of ur Schools yvrite direct to our executive office at Cincinnati (• ( ala login* free The Morse School of Telegraphy. Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y. ATlanta, Ga. LaCrosse, Wis Texarkana, Tex. San Francisco, Cal. Wisconsin central Railway©. PAHBENUEK TRAINS. Hdwmi Manitowoc Heave Air v and Manitowoc Manll< w >c ColltliH, Hilbert .lime- ( 5:5nA M 945 A M tlon. Sherwood, Nee-> nail, Mcuaaha. I 3:15 PM 7(WP. M Htevena Point, Mantle] Held, Chippewa Kalle. , . Ean Claire, St Paul.) 5:5c A M . 01) P. M Mlnneapolla Hurley, I Ironwood Beaaetner ) Kt Paul. Minneapolis j „ „ „ . Aabland. Duluth and >JIS 1 M 9 *■> A M Pacific coast point*. ) Oahkoah, Fonddu Lac, 1 Milwaukee, Watlke- I 550 A M •> A M nba. Chlengo and f Lla I M il* I M nolute Eoet and South J All tralUH dally except Sunday W U V.auEomrT, Agt. For the Benefit of Our Cu&tiih iers We have made a change in our Pattern I>e partment. The Ladies’ Home Journal the leading woman’s magazine, and when that con pany began to sell patterns it was demonstrated t us without much trouble that their ten and fiftee cent patterns are in every way as good as any patter in the world at any price. Furthermore, The Ladies* Home Journ nal added anew feature which makes these pa terns much more desirable than any other patten They furnish a Chart Hodel free with each patten This model shows exactly how the pattern is to fc put together. It is so comprehensive that a chil can understand it. It is a boon to ladies who are ii experienced in garment-cutting and garment mak ing. But there is still another point to considei The patterns are all new-no old styles, no ancien creations; all new, all up to date, and perfect i fit and style, and so much more easily understoo than other patterns that one trial will convince yo that the Ladies’ home Journal patterns are the best One of the World's Greatest Painting* THE CRUCIFIXION. by Franz A. Lundahl, the noted Swedish Artisi valued at $75,000 will be exhibited in our carpt room, second floor, from Honday, Sept. 11th unt Saturday evening the 23rd. Admission free by tick et, which can be had from any of the clerks. Mr. Fontain, who has this picture in charge, i quite a noted painter himself, and he has produce a number of valuable paintings. He will exhibit fine collection of his own work, which will be offerc for Sale. Don’t miss this opportunity to view som exceptionally fine paintings. M. KELLNER & SONS Come and see our new line of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Overcoats, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Dry Goods, and General Merchandise. Call for our FREE PUNCH CARDS for Photos, M. KELLNER & SONS, KELLNERSVILLE. WISCONSIN. Chicago & North Western Railway. NORTH HOUND Nil. 3 No. 1 No. 5 No. 17 No. II No.'ll No, A1 I ii'HVi* Chtrago • mini mn 11 mi Bin Sl'nm BHHpin HlObiii laiave Mllwankw . .. Timm Hr;.") Bin 150 pm 7 20pm 7 -In am inmai Dhbvh Ulnvelnncl 22am UEpm ATI am H if. 1 nin II I'm i IjfKVe New ton kmih in HMD pm 4ml pm Ml Bin UNIT uni lU'iiii Lvavi' Manitowm' (l.V.'Bin IH4p in 4£pni i.cmm (• 74 pin lii-’nim 12 HI pin Dobvi'Branrli. , HioTam 4:18 p m Mm am IM p i Lobvi'l'lneUrove In 17 Bin 4 411 p m ilffimii i :;n P i I ii'HVi* ('ato .10 22 bin 4SOP in II 2d Bin I 411 p i In'BVf OrtmniM HI 27 nin 45n p m illlbiii ITop i (javi> lleiMlHVllle . 10 22 am SiNipni 11 Mil a m 24'Ppijj Leav. Appleton .lot . ' i: ’s 3 :f<> h ii. I ii'HVi* Antltfo 1(1 HO p m 11 id b m 220s in Arrlvi* Ashland fil'.pni min. am Train No. 11 daily: No. I, 11. 5. 17 and 51 dally nxn'pt Sunday. No ill. Hominy only. Tin HIM and 5 niaki' rlnM • rouni'rlioiiM at Kankamm fm Hay TraoiH Nil. 5. 11 and 17 making ronni'i'tloiiH at Appleton .lid. for north and smilli. No. i and 17 making I'onniM'tlon- at Marabnolil for St I’anl and .Minni'apnliManil tlm northwi-Ht Train Nil 11 ami IT inaklmr rm niMdionx at AHliland for linlntli. tin- Snp.'i'lurs and tin- wont. TniiiiM No. 1 and 111 run la-twin Manltow.K' and (hiriigo only SOUTH bound trains. No 2 Noll No HI No 14 No|m No BO Leave Kendavltle pm m >*• P m N f a i Leave Ortmma 525 pm f•* m 12 DM pm and ini at Leave Cat.i 5p m Tlt'am 12 111 pm dinar Leave IMneDrove Bill pm V.. " u \ S 'i l .** ,n .*!““ Leave Brain li 5117 pm 7lda in 18 22 pm lIP. ai Leave Manltowoi' 554 pm 810 am OiNiani 12 at pin 'slp in I0 4H an Leave Newton (111 pm Uiam 112 p in 112 pm Illspn Leave Cleveland (121 pin (t if, ain 121 pm 222 pm I2'pn Arrive Milwaukee . H2spm 7 40am H'.Viam 2no p m MU pm il.mpn Arrive Chicago 11:10am 045 am 115 pm IB p m 755 pm Train No daily Train No. IB Sunday only, leaven Manitowoc al 125 p in TWO RIVKRH TRAINS. Leave Manitowm', Aikia m 4IE p m 10 05a m I Leave Two Rivers 715 am 5 10pm UMJjpn Arrive Two Rivera ll 55 ain 4SH p m 10 25 am 1 Arrive Maultowor , 4o a m s:|iipm 1. .m p n For any further information apply at depot ticket offleu. M I o IMiNNKLL, Agent. - L " 1 Advertise in the PILOT.