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J. 18. PLATT.
Our new importations of Teas has arrived, and wo are now selling at 25 per cent, discount from former prices. 0 Dress Goods and Shawls at Cost for the next GO days. J. 18. PLATT, Orrner York and Ninth Streets, ; Manitowoc, Wm. Children cry for Cnstorin. It is as pleasant to take as honey, and is absolutely harmless. It is sure to expel worms, cure wind oolio, regulate the bowels and stomach, and overcome irratibility caused by rash or cutting teeth. It is a perfect substitute for Castor OH, and for Costlven jss In young or old there is no thing in existence so effective and reliable. The latest, greatest, and most reliable remedy ever put together by medical science for rheumatism, wounds, swellings, bums,cak ed breast, Ac., >s the Centaur Liniment. There are two kinds. What the White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Centaur Lin iment is for spavined, lame and strained horses and animals. scpt!4-i3w Democratic frauds were discovered in the return of the vote of the town of Franklin, Kewaunee county, the return showing but one Republican vote,where as twelve or fifteen persons were willing to swear that they had voted the Repub lican ticket. A demand was made for the ballot-box, and, after some delay, it was complied with, and upon examina tion the box was found to contain six teen Republican ballots. Warrants were issued for tho arrest of the Board of Cau*ooers, and they were taken to Ke waunee. Two of them were discharged and the other three taken out on a writ of habeas corpus and brought to this city in charge of the Sheriff. They will be tried at the next term of the Circuit Court. If the fraud wm not intentional, all right ; but from what we have heard as having transpired in this county, we doubt whether there was any excuse for this glaring piece of ballot-box stuffing. Hans, a son of Jasper Hanson, has written a letter containing the following account of the trip of the schooner John Schuette, which took a load of deals from Green Bay to Gloucester, Eug. It is dated Gloucester, Eog., Oct. 21/th : Dear Sir : I have just found time to ■write you a letter. We arrived here in safety. Yon remember you did not think we would; you said the ship was too small ; but we had a terribly rough pas sage, as it blew a fierce gale all the time we were on the ocean. We saw only two days of fine weather out of twenty-seven days. When we leave here I think we will go to Spain or Italy for nuts and wine, taking coal out, occupying about four or five months for making the trip, so T will not be home for some time yet. Toms truly, Hans J. Hanson. Is Totb Life Worth Ten Cents ? Sickness prevails everywhere, and ev erybody complains of some disease dur ing his life. When sick, the object is to get well; now to say plainly that no person in this world that is suffering with Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and its effects, such as Indigestion, Costiveness, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn, Palpitation of the Heart, Depress ed Spirits, Biliousness, etc., can take Green’s August Flower without get ting relief and cure. If you doubt this go to T. & J. Robinson or C. F. Bur stfette and git a sample bottle for ten cents and try t. Regular size 75 cents. Two doses will relieve you. In view of the approaching winter, whose severities upon the poorer classes will undoubtedly be rather greater than those of any previous one in the history of the country, we observe that the be nevolent people of several cities in the State, and many throughout the coun try, are organizing relief societies, where cheap but wholesome food is to be dis pensed to all making application during the severe term. Will something of the kind be needed in Manitowoc ? Throw it to the Dogs.—lf every housewife will throw her diet p, worth less kinds of Saleratus and Soda to the dogs, and use only D. B. DeLand&Co.’s Best Chemical Saleratus, there will not be so much yellow, heavy bread andtis ouit to be seen, and consequently not so many dyspeptic, ailing persons. Get a paper and if it does not suit your money will be refunded. If you are troubled with rheumatism, stick a potato in your pocket and carry it around with you, and if your case is not a hopeless one it is said this will cer tainly effect a core in a short time. It looks a foolish thing to do, but two very prominent clergymen of an Eastern State stake their reputation for veracity on the result. MANITOWOC MARKET. The following are the current prices of the various articles of produce as re ported for us by J. Schuette & Bros. Manitowoc, November 23, 1876. Wheat—-Spring slloall4 —WhiteWinter HOallS Rxe 60a62 Barley 60a75 Oats 32a33 Corn Pka£— White 50a80 —Marrofat 75a93 —Large Green 7Ca9O —Small Green 75a80 Beans.. „ 100al50 Hay 600a700 Potatoes 40a55 Butter 14ai5 Eggs .... . .20 Cheese 12al0 Salt per bbl 1.57 Wood ........ 200&300 CITY AND COUNTY. Manitowoc. Thursday, Nov. 23. This paper is kept on file in Ifie office of L. F. Booth, General Eastern Agent, Chicago and North Western Railway, 415 Broadway, New Fork City. Our friends, when in Vew York, arc cordially invited to call in and read it at any time. They will always be welcome. Commercial travelers abound. The business streets present a lively look. Not many more days of lake naviga tion. Hon. Jos. Vilas is in the city for a few days. Justices report dull times in their re spective courts. The schooner Jesse Phillips is in dry dock for repairs. Attend the concert and ball at Turner Hall next Saturday evening. The anxious and frequent demand on the street is still for election news. . Advertisers should prepare their copy for their holiday advertisements. As the cold weather draws nigh mar riages and rumors of marriages increase. Buckwheat flour fresh ground at J. Schuette & Bros. John Hume, the genial editor of the Chilton Times, was in the city yesterday. A considerable quantity of vension has come into the market during the last week. New London begins to talk of a rail road celebration. The Appleton exten sion has nearly reached that village. Vessels are now passing through the Fox River improvement, from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River. The town of Kewaunee has been di vorced from the village of Kewaunee, and the name of the town has been changed to Krok. — We understand that the schooner Con stitution, now undergoing repairs in our dry dock, has been libeled and will be sold at Marshal’s sale on the 30th iust. Next Thursday is Thanksgiving. In order that our employes may take a rest and enjoy the occasionlike other humans, The Tribune will be issued earlier than usual. H. Greve & Cos., being the lowest bid ders, were awarded the contract for re plankiug the approaches to Bth street bridge, the work to be done within twenty days. Miss Lena Bach, of this city, has been elected to act as one of the voice leaders (alto) of the Freie Gemeinde, of Milwaukee- -a deserved compliment to this talented singer. Owing to the fact that some of the most important committees of the Coun ty Board have not been able to finish and present their reports, we have not at tempted to publish the proceedings. — * There are now 280 convicts in the penitentiary at Waupuu, with a fair prospect of reaching 300 before Jan. Ist. —Sturgeon Bag Expositor, Why, who are the other nineteen go ing there with you ? Of course we ail want to bo very de vout next Thursday and give thanks for blessings received, but how the deuce are the office-holders going to be sincere without knowing who is to bo the next President ? — Our friend H. D. Smalley is endeav oring to secure the co-operation of a number of other capitalists to develops a guano mine which he has good reason to believe exists on the western coast of Africa. “There’s millions in it.” Last night, as Mr. Jaoob Bibinger was assisting in drawing one of the hand engines to the fire, he fell over some ob stacle and a wheel of the engine, strik ing him on the left temple, cut an ugly gash about an inch and a half long. The beauty of Schnette’s cloak de partment is, that you have a good assort ment to pick from, and then if none suit or fit you, yon can have your measure taken and have one made to order just as wanted, and at their risk as to fit. Personal.— F. Robinson and wife, of Kenosha, John Robinson and wife, of Green Bay, Geo. Phipps, of Neenah, Jas. Phipps, of Depere, and Dr. Chas. Phipps, of Hilbert, are in the city, called here to attend the funeral of Hon. Tfaos. Robinson. The Board of Aldermen, at their meet ing on Monday, resolved to levy a tax of sixteen mills on the taxable property of the city for general expenses for the en suing year. An additional tax of <one mill was levied in the various wards ;£or ward funds. 'New London Times : The railroad bridge across the Wolf River a t this place is nearly completed. More than one half of the iron is laid betwe en here and Appleton, and by the first of De cember trains will be running ’oetween New London and Milwaukee. The assignee of the defur .ct Dodge County Insurance Company is. going to prosecute the parties who have given their notes to the company. There are quite a number of interested parties in this county, who will be on the anxious seat for some time to come. The funeral of Hon. Thos. liobinson, which occurred yesterday afte moon, was one of the most numerous ly attended ceremonies ever witnessed, in this city. The Masonic and Odd Fellow Lodges, together with the entire Fire Depart ment and hundreds of his friends on foot and in carriages, followed the remains to Evergreen Cemetery, clearly attesting the esteem iu which the lamented de ceased was held by all classes of our population. All seemed to realize that one of our best citizens was consigned to his last resting-place. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Manitowoc, Nov. 20, 1876. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Beading of min utes of last meeting dispensed with. Accounts were referred as follows : John Lykom 2.50 com. on claims. Frank Bonin 8.75 “ “ Troemel’s Estate 162.80 “ printing. Man. Tribune 23.01 “ “ G. W. Gibson 4.7.5 “ public imp, E. Krummbener 2.00 “ bridges. T. Windiate 28.00 “ fire & water. Following accounts were referred, re ported back, and under a suspension of the rules allowed in full: For election services : F. H. Harris, $12.00 ; John Beecher, same; H. Halver son, same; G. B. Byron, same; F. Pautz same ; J. W. Langworthy, same ; Louis Mendlik, same; C. Gelbke, same; Frank Bonin, same ; E. K. Band, same ; John Meyer, 9.00; A. D. Jones, 15.00; H. Westphal, 21.00 ; F. A. Beau, $3.00 ; A. M. Eichter, same ; A. Greve, same ; J. O’Hara, same ; C. H. Bc."midt, same ; W. Griebling, same ; A. Luebke, same ; F. Borcherdt, same; B. T. Blake, same. Wm. Shimonek, 1.05, stationery ; Man. Journal, 6.60, printing ; Ohlsou, Mend lik & Cos., 8.69, merchandise; M. Ruest waid, 2.50, work on cemetery ; Geo. Ha gen, 23.24, street work ; Q. W. Gibson, 28.00, services; H. 1 )uro, 3.12, street work ; F. Pautz, 49. Cos, gravel, etc. The following were reported back and allowed in full : Manitowoc Journal, 4.14, printing; J. Lenz, 13.10, coffin ; Hugh Morrison, $7, police services. Bonds were approved and liquor li cense issued to L. Swokowsbv Paulus & Zimmer, J. Malinowsky and Herman Salomon. Resolutions were adopted instructing the Mayor and Clerk to issue scrip to the amount of $19.00 to H. Greve and charged to !ot 6, block 163, payment for building aid ewalk ; also to issue same to same party in sums of $16.00, $16.00 and 19.25, payment for sidewalks in front of lots 9, 11 and 12, in block 177, to be charged to said lots in the tax roll, were adopted. Following resolutions were unani mously adopted : Resolved, That a tax of 1 6-10 per cen tum (16 mills) be levied on all the taxa ble property in the city to be used for general city expenses for the ensuing year. Resolved , That a tax of one mill be levied on all the taxable property in the first ward for ward purposes. Resolved, That a tax of one mill be levied on all the taxable property in the second ward for ward purposes. Resolved, That a tax of one mill be levied on the taxable property of the third ward as a special fund for said ward. Resolved, That a tax of one mill on the taxable property of the fourth ward be levied for ward purposes. Resolved, That one-fifth of a mill on the taxable property of the first and third wards be levied for Washington Park improvement. The contract for rcplauking the ap proaches to Eighth street bridge was let to H. Glreve & Cos., they being the low est bidders, for the sum of $124.00, the work to be done within 20 days. Board adjournad. for two weeks. A. M. Richter, City Clerk. Good Times Aooming.— To all, to whomsoever contemplating to buy a sew ing machine please notice the bargains offered in this line. We will sell for the next thirty days the following new machines of the latest Improved Companies’ own make at the very low prices, viz : Singer Drop Leaf, two drawers $45.00 Howe “ “ “ 45.00 Victor “ “ . “ 45.00 Davis “ “ “ 45.00 Grover & Baker 45.00 Home 45.00 Remington 45.00 Weed 60.00 Domestic 60.00 American 60.00 All of the machines are new and of the companies’ latest make and have been sold to the people for $75.00, but owing to the hard times we propose to give the farmers and all a chance to buy them selves a good machine of either kind at a bargain, by giving them the commis sion the agents receive for selling same, for we buy our machines for cash, there by getting them cheaper, and can sell them for the same price as the agents get them, and naturally they have to have a profit to make their bread and butter, and to get the same have to call others humbugs, etc., in order that they may humbug their living out of the com munity by getting enormous prices and calling their neighbors scoundrels, hum bugs, etc. Give ns a call, and see for yourselves that the machines are as represented. If you haven’t the cash, a good note will be taken for a machine. Repairing done cheap. Needles of all kinds 4 cents a piece, or 40 cts. per doz. Attachments and oil at cost. G. A. Hum, & Cos,, Dealers in all first class Sewing Mach’s, North Eight Street. ■ -w Population From the Vote.—lt is sometimes asserted that a fair approxi mation to the population of cities can be got at from the vote cast. This being a presidential election—and it is presum ed that all the voters were gotten out, and more too, —we have compiled the following table of votes and estimated population, figuring the population at six inhabitants to every voter : Ci tiess. Votes cast. Est. Pop. Milwaukee 17,865 —107,190 Oshktvsh 3,519 21,114 Racine 2,996 — 17,976 Fond d,u Lac 2,919 — 17,514 La Crosse 2,635 — 15,810 Madison 2,106 — 12,636 Watertorm 1,667 — 10,00:2 Appleton 1,4C0 8,760 Green liay 1,344 8,064 Manitowoc 1,17a — 7,044 Neenah 1,027 — 6,162 Stevens Point 986 5,516 Portage... . 898— 5,388 ■Berlin. 769 4,614 Menaaha. ~, r 733 4,398 OBITUARY. On Monday morning last, sad news, sudden as a thunder bolt, cast a mourn ful gloom over the city of Manitowoc, which made a deep impression upon men, women and children of all ages and con ditions, giving solemn notice to us all that brittle is the thread of life, and that the lease wo have of it is of exceedingly uncertain duration. It was the startling announcement that the Hon. Thomas Robinson, of Manito woc (better known and more affectionate ly remembered as “Tom Hobinson”) was dead, a solemn fact that could hardly be realized, which-, aas! has proven too true. The deceased (or, as we prefer to call him, our old friend “Tom”) had liv ed among us for twenty-one years, and was known by almost every man, woman and child in the city, and was of such marked character that entitles his mem ory to more than a passing notice. He was born at Church Stretton, in Shropshire, England, on the Gth day of January, 1829, and was in his 48th year - . He received a good business education, and in 1852 left old England to try his fortune in America. He arrived at Ke nosha, Wis., about Christmas of that year, and was engaged as a clerk in the drug store of his uncle, the Hon. Fred rick Robinson, of that city. In Novem ber, 1854, he came to Manitowoc, then but a small hamlet, bought out and took possession of the small drug store then run by Mr. Doming. In 1857 his only brother, John, left England and came straight to Manito woc, and immediately entered into part nership with his senior, under the firm name of T. &J. Robison, which part nership continued to grow, thrive and prosper from the day of its birth until this hour; and from small beginnings by industry, honor and integrity the firm built up one of the largest drug business in the State of Wisconsin. In the fall of 1859 the lamented de ceased married a daughter of Mr. Wm. Phipps, an esteemed citizen of Manito woc, by whom he had a daughter, now about 14 years of age. In 1867 the enlargement of business' required John to move to Green Bay, where the firm bud purchased and taken possession of a large business, leaving the longest and best known partner here' with us, where he remained until the hour of his death which took place about one o’clock on Monday morning. Asia known to every one who knew him, deceased was of remarkably robust constitution and frame, and never look ed better or was more cheerful than the day before he died. He retired to bed late—about 12—and complained of some pain in his side, which was nothing un usual. He had been in bed not more than twenty minutes,'Wien his wife was awakened by a gurgling noise in his throat, and taking the symptoms for night-marc she tried to arouse him, but could not ; she obtained a light, called for help, but her beloved husband neith er knew her or anything else. Medical aid was immediately summoned, but when the physician arrived the lamp of life had gone out, and the head of the household was no more, leaviug not only the stricken inmates of the house in sor row and mourning, but every one else who knew him—and thcro name is leg ion—and well they may, for with all his faults (he had some, who has not ?) he was the best friend of the poor this city could boast of, not demonstrative in his charities, but, as is known to many, keeping the left hand ignorant of what the right hand was doing; and it may be safely said that no child in this whole city ever went to bed hungry with his knowledge ! Wo would rather have the blessings and benedictions that are to day showered upon his memory, for onr earthly crown, than the loftiest marble shaft that ever pierced the clouds. We fear that when Christmas comes round, many, very many, scanty boards will be much leaner and scantier in the absence of the lamented tender and large-heart ed “Tom and if feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, remembering the widows and orphans, caring and provid ing for the destitute does procure a key to the Celestial City, the much mourned departed carries it with him to the eter nal world. Deceased was an ardent if not an en thusiastic Mason, and as we are inform ed, did more for the advancement of the order than any member in Manitowoc. He was made Master Mason in 1857, passed through numerous degrees, and became a member of the Manitowoc Chapter in 1857, and at the time of his death was the highest officer in the Chapter, which shows the esteem he was held in by his brethern. He was also a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge here in Manitowoc, and has belonged to the Manitowoc Fire Department either as an active or honorary member, and one of the most efficient of its members, ever since his advent to Manitowoc. In 1867 be -was elected Assemblyman for the Manitowoc District and served one term, and while in Madison made many friends. He was several times elected Coroner of the county and near ly everybody voted for him. That ho was a public spirited citizen is well at tested by the part he took in all general improvements, especially in school mat ters, and the beautiful First District school house, which is the chief orna ment of the city, was labored for long by him and finally built whilst he was a member of the iDistrict School Board, and many a time we have heard him re joice in having had a part in the erection of such a noble structure,, remarking that it would be remembered after he was dead that he had something to do with it. He was a staunch, steady, true and re liable friend, the same yesterday, to-day and to-morrow, and if a man once ob tained a place in his heart he stayed there forever. He could also hate for a few days if he was wronged or abused, but let his adversary drop half an inch towards reconciliation, and he would jump a foot, for nothing gave him so much pain as being at enmity with Lis neighbors, every impulse of his nature was good will to man. Socially, he bad few peers among us, fond of a song and delighted with a story, and never tired of pun, fun or rapertee. Among his cir cle of acquaintance his place cannot be filled. With such characteristics what need be said of him as a husband and father ? That he was a kind, affectionate husband everybody knows ! That his whole soul was wrapt up in his daughter, whom ne loved with such a warmth of affection as is vouchsafed to but few, is well known to his friends. Would that we could pour a little of the oil of consolation into this cup of bitterness and sorrow. If tears of sympathy can alleviate the woe, they flow throughout the community. If universal testimonials of respect to the memory of the departed husband and father can lighten the burden of their sorrow, they are to be seen and heard abundantly. In closing this somewhat lengthy no tice we tender our heartfelt sympathies not only to the wife, daughter and fam ily relations of the deceased, upon whom this blow has fallen so heavily, but we condole with the entire public in the loss all have sustained in the death of our much beloved old friend. May the Great Dispenser of love and mercy light en the burdens of sorrow and woe, and enable all to bear them with fortitude. The following two verses from Burns, with the substitution of a single word, might have been written for the occasion: O, Robinson ! the man —the brother I And art thou gone, and gone forever ? And hast thou orost that unknown river Life’s dreary bound ? Like thee, where shall 1 find another. The world around ? Go to your sculptur’d tombs, ye great In a’ the tinsel trash o’ state 1 But by thy honest turf I’ll wait. Thou man of worth ! And weep the ae best fellow’s fate E’er lay in earth. * The Concert on Saturday.— lt should be borne in mind by our music-loving readers that the concert of the German Singing and Musical Society occurs next Saturday evening. Under the direction of Prof. Bieling the following excellent programme has been prepared and will be rendered in a manner at once compli mentary to the Professor and the ladies and gentlemen who take part in it. PART I. 1. Overture (operatic) Mozart. Orchestra. 3. The Last Words of our Savior Hayden. Chorus and Orchestra. 8. Lombardi, Solo for Violin Verdi. 4. The Wanderer’s Song, Solo Bariton..Proch 5. The Forest, Chorus Nesslor PART 11. 1. Egmont Bethoven Piano and Violin. 2. Thou Everywhere, Solo Soprano. Lacbner. 3. Aria Erani, Solo for Claroinette Verdi 4. King May, Chorus Reinecke. Although we have run our job de partment by steam power for severa months. The Tribune has been issued by hand-power until to day, and our readers are therefore in receipt of the first newspaper ever printed in this coun ty by steam. Having been the first to obtain a power press, we take pride In the fact that we are also the first to run that press by steam, and flatter ourselves that it at least shows a degree of enter prise which none of our competitors have equalled. Come in some day and see the prettiest engine in the State at work. - o About nine o’clock last night an alarm of fire was sounded, which proved to or iginate from the building used by Gillett & Rowley as a meat market, on Eighth street. The fire, caused by a defective chimney, was found to have started be tween the inner and outer walls on the south side of the building, but by the prompt application of water was sub dued before gaining much headway. The building was flooded, entailing a consid erable loss upon Miss Nitkio, who had her dress-making establishment up stairs, and to Messrs. Gillett & Rowley. Here is a paragraph from an exchange which has a double application : The easiest way for a citizen of a place to kill its prosperity is to purchase all his goods abroad ; and the easiest way to make people go abroad is to neglect to adver tise at home. People who don’t believe that advertising pays, should not com plain if people attracted by the liberal advertisements of merchants in other places, go abroad to do their trading. Last evening a son of Sam. Hall, aged about eight years, while sitting on the bed preparatory to retiring, attempted to kick his pants off —boy fashion —and fell to the floor, striking on his arm in such a manner as to break the bones near the wrist. He was thrown from a stone boat some six weeks since and fractured both bones of the same arm. Red is fashionable this fall. The red nosed man is therefore in style. And perhaps this is the reason why the Dem ocrats came so near winning the late elec tion. JtTetc Advertisements. CONCERT ANDDANCE! THV German Singing and Mnsical Society OF THIS CITT WILL, ON Saturday, Nov. 25, 1876, AT TURNER HALL, GIVE THEIR ANNUAL GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. Sclionek’s Pulmonic Syrup ihe cure of Consumption, Coughs r.ml Col<l<. The great virtue of this medicine is that it ripens the matter and throws it out of the system, purifies the blood and thus effects a cure. Sciienck's Ska Weed Tonic, for the Cure op Dyspepsia, Indigestion, &c. The Tonic produces a healthy action of the stom aca, creating an appetite, forming chvle, and curing the most obstinate cases of Indigestion. Schenck’s Mandrake Pills, for the Cure op Liver Complaint, &c. These Pills are alterative, and produce a healthy action of the liver, without the le**st danger, as they are fro© from calomel, and yet more efficacious in re storing a healthy action of the liver. These remedies are a certain cure for Consumption as the Pulmonic Syrup ripens the matter and puri fies the blood. The Mandrake Pills act upon the liv er, create a healthy bile, and remove all diseases of the liver, often a cause of Consumption. The Sea Weed Tonic gives tone and strength to the stomach, makes a good digestion, and enables the organs to form good blood; and thus creates a healthy circula tion of healthy blood. The combined action of these medicines, as thus explained, will cure every case of Consumption, if taken in time, and the use of the medicines persevered in. Dr. Schenck Is professionally at his principal of fice, corner Sixth ami Arch Sts., Philadelphia, every Monday, where all letters for advice must be addres sed. 11. M’GAYIN, HOUSE & SIGN PAINTER offers his services to the citizens of Manitowoc and vecinity, witli the assurance that no efforts to please shall ie spared. 13may 75 Graining and Calcimin ing* done in First Class Style. Orders left at T. k J. Robinson’s Drug Store, on York street, will receive prompt attention. ANDERSON & HANSON, BOAT BUILDERS, York Street, Manitowoc, Wis. Sail and Row Boats of All Kinds BUILT TO ORDER, AND WORK GUARANTEED.. Particular Attention Paid to Building Shells and Eaee Boats. REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. • ROW AND SAIL BOATS TO LET BY THE HOUR. CHEAP CASH STOEE! OlosiJiiiUTMiipa, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, NOTIONS, HARDWARE, OILS, PAINTS, VARNISH Doors and Sash, Glass, Patty and Hails, BUILDERS’ HARDWARE —AND— TOOLS of EVERY KIND, Eighth and Buffalo Streets, MANITOWOC. - WISCONSIN. MANUFACTORY The best kind of M Ms Wins Theh manufactured and sold by the barrel at tbo LOWEST MARKET PRICE —BY— .A.. HVC. BICHTSR Bth St., SOUTH SIDE, MANITOWOC,WIS, CLIPPER CITY MARBLE WORKS. JOHN NESPOE, Monuments, Headstones and Yases. All work iruMarble neatly executed. Stone Cutting of every description done to order. Yard, Cor. Bth and Chicago Sts., MANITOWOC. WIS. ALBERT BECKER Manufacturer of and dealer in PARLOR k 0001 STOVES Hardware, Tinware, COR. MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS. MANITOWOC, WIS. ' 10jnne75 fillip API HAPPY RELIEF to Youn* UDkJ IXIULIIO Men Irom the effects of Error* and Abuses in early life. Manhood re fJlO stored. Impediments to Marriage 1(J removed. New method of treat ment. Now and remarkable rem- MAPPIAPT edies. Books and circulars sent JMlllimUiji free in sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 419 N- Ninth St.. Phila delphia, Pa.—An Institution having a high reputa tion for honorable conduct and professional skill. YOUNG MEN. Baylies Great Mercantile College, Keokuk, lowa, on the Mississippi. Nineteenth year. Aboni sixty dollars pay all expenses, for Membership, Board and Stationery. Book-keepers, Penmen, Reporters,Oper j= ors. Architects, Surveyors and Teachers thoroughly fitted. Railroad fare reduced. Good Situations. No vacations. Dou’t fail address Prof. Miller, Keo kuk. low .jun- 22-12 m PENSIONS JARS PAID s'E disabled in line of duty, if dy accident or otherwise. A WOCX3) of any kind, the loss of a Finger or Toe, or the loss of an Eye, a HUP* TUBE, if bu t slight, gives a pension. Disease of Longs cr Varicose Veins give a pension. BOIJjSTY.—-If discharged for wound, injuries or rupture, you get fall boun ty. Send 2 stamps for copy of Pension and Bounty Acts. Address all letters to P.E. FITZGERALD, XT. S. Claim Agent, Indianap- L Oils. Ind, fiy On all letter* mark P. O. Do* 54.“5a MAI3TTOWOC, 'YATXS. Coal! 187< 5- Goal! GREAT ‘THOM LAST YEAR'S PEIOES CASH! NUT, Screened and delivered, £ 8 75 EGG, “ “ 8 30 BLOSSBUHGII, “ “ 7 50 LVHP LEiIIGI!, “ 10 3o Hay Wanted! 2?OU PRESSING. TEUMAN & MOESE. BUTTER WANTED; For which the HIGHEST CASH PRICE will he paid. TRUMAN & MORSE. JOHN CONE, HOUSE MOVER, MANITOWOC, WIS. HOUSES RAISED, MOVED -tvisrao JL^EDIE^IIR/IEID T7IHE undersigned offers his services to the comnau I nity for putting under new sills and otherwise repair and move buildins. Having superior facilities for moving Houses, —can assure all iu need of my service, that any business entrusted to Ay care will receive prompt attention,and be performed in a man ner warranted to give full fatisfaction. Enquire ot the undersigned on Sixth Street, between Hu*od and St. Clair streets. JOHN CONE. BOLEN & SULLIVAN ’ DEAERSiIN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, NOTIONS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Bth Str., BETWEEN YORK & COMMERCIAL, MANITOWOC, WIS. We are agents for and keep on hand the Domestic Papar Fashions. Patterns sent by mail to any address. jan2o-7G S. B. SHERWOOD, QEN’L LAND AGENT. Has for sale Farms and Lands in the Counties of Manitowoc, Calumet, Brown, Door &c„ AVIs. Also lots and houses iu the City of Manitowoc Wls. Also, 8000 acres of good Pine Lands in Marathon, Chippewa, Ashland, &c.,counties Wis Also, about 1000,000 acres of Burlington & Mo. River It. ft. Co,s’ Lands in the Southern part of the State of lowa and the Southeastern part of the State of Nebraska, on 10 years time with six per cent interest. Persons wishing to buy or sell Farms, Lands and Lots, or wanting to employ an agent in any business of laud matters, will please give me a call, in person or by letter, at the Williams House, Manitowoc W is. 0 marcU76 lv _A_. ZBiBZRUSrZBZR,, DEALER IN STOV ES, I DR O IST BRASS and TINWARE. SOUTH Bth St., MAU IT O'WOO, recommends his large and well selected assortment of Box; Parlor andCooK Stoves of the latest and most approved patterns. his complete assortment of CUTLERY AND TOOLS consisting ot Knives, Scissors, Axes and Tools 01 every description, together with everything per taining to the Hardware business. Ho buys his goods directly from the manufacturers in the East and at cash prices, therefore he can compete with any house in the citj* as regards Price and Quality, iu connection with the establishment he hats a Tin and Coppersm ih Shop in which ho is prepared to manufacture all articles made of Tin, Copper, Brass, Galvanized and Sheet Iron. no!2-12m SLEIGHS. TILLSON <sc SZEiXIMIIEi-K:, MANUFACTURERS OF CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS. CORNER 7th ar.d BUFFALO ETS., MAHITOWOO, : WISCONSIN Manufacture and keep constantly on hand, for sale at reasonable prices, an assortment of PORTLANDS, SWELL SIDES, —AND— JUMPERS. Repairing of Carriages and Sleighs done in a man ner that will prove satisfactory. delo-32in P. S. TiLLsOJf. V - S.UMK. CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION PHILADELPHIA, PA. fI'IITS GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, ] DESIGNED TO COMMEMORATE THE ONE HUNDKETiI ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN IN DEPENDENCE. OPENED MAY 10tb, AND WILL CLOSE NOVEMBER lOtb, 1876. All the Nations the world and all the States and Territories of the Union arc participating in this wonderful demon stration, bringing together tte most comprehensive collection of art treasures, mechanical inventions, scientific discoveries, manufacturing achievements, mineral specimens, aflfd agricultural products ever exhibited. The grounds devoted to the Exhibition are situated on the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace four hundred and fifty acres of Fair mount Park, all highly improved and ornamented, on which are erected the largest buildings ever con structed,—five of these covering au.-area of 6b acres and costing $5,000,000. The total number of build ings erected for the purposes of the exhibition is nearly two hundred. During the thirty days im mediately following the opening of the Exhibition a million and a quarter of people visited it. THE PENNSYLVANIA E. R„ THE GREAT TRUNK LINE AND FAST MAIL EOTJTE OF THE U. S. is the most direct, convenient, and economical way of reaching Philadelphia and this great Exhibition from all sections of the country. Its trains to and from Philadelphia will pass through a GRAND CENTENNIAL DEPOT, which the Company have erected at the Main Entrance to the Exhibition Grounds for the accommodation of passengers who wish to stop at or start from the numerous large ho tels contiguous to this station and the Exhibition, — a convenience of the greatest value to visitors, and afforded exclusively by the Pennsylvania Railroad, which is THE ONLY LINE RUNNING DIRECT TO THE CENTENNIAL BUILDINGS. Excursion trains ■ will also stop ut the Encampment of the Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Station on this road. The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grandest rail way ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD. It CONTROLS SEVEN THOUSAND ItiILES OF RO4DWAY, FORMING CONTINUOUS lines to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, over which luxurious day and night CARS ARE RUN FROM CHICAGO, fc’T. LOUIS LOUISVILLE, I Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Colukbus, Toledo, Cleve LAND, AND ERIE, WITHOUT CHANGE. Its main line is laid with double and third tracks of heavy steel rails upon a deep bed of broken stone ballast, and its bridges are all of Iron or stone. Its passenger trains are equip] e I with every known im provement for comfort aud safety, and are run at faster speed for greater and stmees than the trains of any lino on the continent. The Company ha® large ly increased its equipment lor Centennial travel,and will be prepared to build in its own shops locomo tives and passenger cars at short notice sufficient to fully accommodate any extra demand. The unequal ed resources at the commvnd of the Company guar antee the most perfect accommodations for all its patrons during the Centennial Exhibition. THE MAGNIFICENT SCENERY for which the Pennsylvania Railroad is so justly celebrated pre sents to the traveler over its pen -ct roadway an ev er-changing panorama of river, mountain, and land scape views unequalled in America. THE EATING-STATIONS on this line are unsur passed. Weals w ill he furnished at suitable hours and ample time allowed for enjoying them. EXCURSION TICKETS, at reduced rates, w ill ho sold at all principal Railroad Ticket Offices iu the West, North-west, and South-west. BE SURE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ via the Great Pennsylvania Route to the Centennial. FRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.. General Manager . Gen'l IXtss r Agent • NOTICE POE PEOPOSALS. NOTICE Is hereby given thai proposals for the building of a sidewalk in front 01 lots No -10, 11 and 12, in block 177, second ward, city of Manitowoc, will be received by the undersigned for ten days from the date hereof. Said side walks are to be built of sound two inch plunk five feet wide, with posts and curb plank, and on the established bed (trade of Commercial street. The privilege of rejecting any or all of the bills is reserved. 2t Dated Manitowoc, Sept. 21,187 C. GEO. W. GIBSON, Street Com. Second District. Banking’ House OP T. CJ. SHOVE^ MANITOWOC, - - WISCONSIN Will buy and Bell, at market rates all issues ©f U S, Securities,Gold,Gold Drafts, Silver, Ac. FOREIGN EXCHANGE drawn In sums to suit on all the principal cities oI- Germany, Franco, England, Norway, Ac, PASSAGE TICKETS. SOLE AGENCY for Manitowoc and vicinity, for the Hamburg and Arr:rican Steamship Company, Also agent for German Sailship Lines. FREETIOIC ETS issued from Germany to Manitowec at New Yorlc rates. A Gouora! Ranking Business transacted on precisely the same terms as an incorporated hank* i with the additional security of PERSONAL liability, j Manitowoc, July 29,1869 16-15-iy INSURANCE AGENCY —0 F— LOUIS KEMPER, MANITOWOC, WIS. Milwaukee leckanics Insurance Cos. ! CASH CAPITAL ON JAN. Ist, 75, $375,011.23 ' consistimf of CASH, and not in bills receivable, doubtful mortgages, office furniture and cash In hands of agents and stockholders. This company is a so-called non-hoard com pany, has no stock holders, insures at liberal i rates and does not look for big salvages to pay ; large dividends. LOUIS KEMPEK, Agent. SaugVo dm AWAEDED the HIGHEST MEDAL at VIENNA E.&H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 591 tiroadicay, JVetr York, (Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.) Manufacturers, Importers and Dealers in GHEOMOS and THAMES, Stereoscopes and Views, AIMS. Grapioscopes aM Suitable Views. Photographic Materials. IVo are Headquarters for everything in the way of Stereopticons and Magic Lanterns Being Manufacturers of th# MICRO-SCIENTIFIC LANTERN, STEREO-PANOPTICON, UNIVERSITY ETEREOPTICON, ALVERTISEP’S STEKEOPTICON, AP.TOPTICON, SCHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN, PEOPLES LANTERN. Each style being the best of its class in the market. Catalogues of Lanterns and glides, with directions for using, sent on aplication. Any Enterprising Man oaniMake Money with a Magic Lantern. [lojun-Pim £7*Cut out this advert seuieut for reference.-**