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Vulcan Copper lining Cos.,
Grand Encampment, Wyo. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT WAUSAU, WIS. Wyoming’s copper region unknown two years ago, has 2 mines in operation, several shipping ore running from 25 to G 5 per cent. The Vulcan Copper Mining Cos., ncorporated 6 months ago, has 180 acres, 6 claims only 500 feet from the Rudefeha shaft, with same contact lines and surface indications. The Rudefeha or Haggerty mine has just been sold to eastern parties for $1,500,000. and its pay roll now is $13,000 per month. Within the last month no less than five fine properties have passed into the hands of companies who have capital to place machinery and improved devices for the development of the claims. This is what we are selling stock for. We pay no rent for offices and are paying no salaries, and can assure every purchaser of stock that his money will be used solely for work on the property, and none will be wasted or idly spent. More than 100,000 shares of Vulcan stock have been sold in Chicago in the last 90 days to shrewd business men, who believe shares secured now at 20 cents will reach par inside of two years, and may reach the phenomenal price that shares in over p hundred copper companies have risen to, from $25 to $750. DIRECTORS. H. D. Ashley, Encampment, Wyoming; S. F. Price, Saratoga, Wyoming; F. J. Lordier, Encampment, Wyoming; E. D. Pardee, W. H. Monroe, W. T. Lawrence, W. D. Kollock, Wausau, Wis. Jaiyke & Weise, |A If you want anything in the line of cabinet making, it will pay you to get our prices before ordering elsewhere. We are able to make anything from a Kitchen Table to a Handsome Sideboard or China Closet. It will be our aim to turn out first class work and the best of finish. Two Doors South Climax Laundry. Opposite N.-W. Freight Depot. No matter how fast * _ you run you never f )e to gain an y un * ess y° u seek reliable places when out trading. If you are out FURNITURE jk, you gain by buying it of CHAS. HELKE, 311-313 Fourth St. Look at this “Ad” and then make a trial purchase at the store of HERMAN LEMKE for anything in the line of Groceries, Provisions. Dry Goods, Etc., Etc. Hia stock is always fresii and prices the lowest. Jackson St., between Third and Fourth. f Spring Millinery. Call in ami look over the ELEGANT NFW LINE. ftfIACNUSSEN & BOCK. 204 Third Street. NEW/ UPHOLSTERING SHOP! Mr. Morris Lipski, late upholsterer for Marshal Field & Cos., Chicago. UPHOLSTERING and CARPET LAYING. HAIR AND MOSS MATTRESSES RENOVATED. R ooms Under Jacob Paff’s Tailori ns ■■ an q m • Incl/ I Establishment, Third Street. IYI Unn I O LIKOl\l EVERT DEfTOCR/lT SHOULD-SUBSCRIBE FOR AND READ MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS WISCONSIN’S QRErtT bEMOQRATIC brtlLT THE MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS the newsiest anti brightest daily newspaper in Wisconsin. It i> fearless and outspoken and tells the truth at all times The campaign of IfklO promises to be the greatest political battle in the history of this country and every Democrat in Wisconsin should read a Democratic dail’, news paper during the campaign, the MILWAUKEE BAIIY KEWS is 6 CENTS A WEEK or 25 CENTS A MONTH fcfflgfcKC If There Is So Ags.t or Nea sdeaier is Yoar Towa Order It by Mail. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. RESS THE MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS, Milwaukee, Wis. R. Lyon, Dentist, will make Gold, or Rubber Plates. COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS. Wausau, Wis.. June 5.1900. The County Board of Supervisors of Marathon county met in special session according to call, Chairman Christ Franzen in the chair. On roll call all members present. The clerk then read the following call: To W J. Oehrke. County Clerk:—lt is my re quest that a meeting of the County Board of Supervisors of Marathon county he called and held at the court bouse in the eity of Wausau on Tuesday, June 5, 1900, at 2 o’clock p. m., for the purpose of organization and transacting such business as may he brought legally before said board. Dated May 8,1900. Signed: John L Sed A E Beebee M O Thorn J N Man son Christ Franzen P G Gebhard Len Sargent W N Daniels, M D Frank O’Connor Wm Buss Win Hinrichs P U Means II M Kronenwetter Then Fods Aug F Marquardt Matt Mess II L Wheeler F W Krause A Cook H F Ramthun Ernst Koch Fred Borchardt Geo A llalder 11 J Blanchard lteinhold Paersch Wm Kickbusch Aug F Luedtke A K Riant On motion made by Mr. Cook, Christ Franzen of the Town ot Day was re-elected chairman of the County Board tor the ensuing year by accla mation. The members of the board drew their seats by lot. On motion the rules of order governing the board last year were adopted by this hoard and the chairman of the Printing and Stationery Committee authorized to have 10 ■> copies of s i tne printed with the new standing coinmitt.es thereon. The following invitation was then retd and on motion accepted: Wausau, Wis., June 5,1900 To the County Board Marathon county. Gen tlemen:—Tne Executive Board of the Marathon County Agricultural Society invite you to visit the Fair Grounds tomorrow afternoon anil have supper wiih them. Hespectiu.ly, L. K. Wright, Secretary. On motion the board adjourned nntil 9 o’clock a m tomorrow so taut tue members could visit the new j iL June Q. 190 M 9 o’clock a. in. The ' hairman called the hoard to order. T he clerk called the roll. All membeis present. The reading of the journal was dispensed with. The chairman then announced the several standing committees as follows: Finance-John N Man.-on, A E Beebee, W N Daniels, Pr.il Menzner, Henry Amelung. Public Property—Herman Ramthun, Henry Kronenwetter, H L Wheeler. J J Kcichl, Mike Bowe. Printing and Stationery—Fred Bernitt. Wm Kickbusch, Tlieo Fons, Jacob Braunwalder, A lv Riant. Agriculture and Manufactures—Aug F Mar quardt. Matt Mess, John Katlenberg, Ernst Koch, R Paersch. Delinquent Taxes—A E Beebee. Paul Gebhard, J W Wagner, John L Sell, Wm Buss. Judiciary—Alfred Cook. Paul Gebhard, Geo II Haider, Wm Buss, Geo P Taplin. General Claims—Ruinhold Paersch, II C Egge byecht. P 0 Means, Fred Borchardt, A Bembe neck. Poor Accounts —John C Hinrichs, Een Sar. gent, A F Marquardt. W W Thayer, Chas Ader hold. Sheriff and Justice Account'—ll J Blanchard A Guenther, Wm Kickbusch, Ernst Ringle, Matt Mess. Salaries and Fees—Jacob Kiehl. Fred Krause, Louis S.einer, Wm Hisrichs, Wm Wendt. Hoads and Bridges—Chas Rienow. Frank O’Connor, Wm Ilinrichs, M C Thorn, J J Reichl. Equalization—Ernst Koch,' Ii L Wheeler. Len Sargent. J W Wagner, August Luedtke, Jacob Kiehl, Theo Fons. John L Sell, F F Cottrell. The claims and petitions on file were then pre sented as follows: Claim No. Name. Amount. 1 Wheeioek it Rose 870 00' 2 11 and lieise 86 40 3 A W Muinin 32 10 4 it C Miller it Cos 18 00 5 KB 1 hayer 442 10 b Stolze it Sons 396 00 7 R H Johnson 45 00 8 Powers it Lohuiar 463 35 9 H. G Raz.iil Manufacturing Cos 161 24 10 .1 Rhode 43 2> 11 Anton Mchl 17 65 12 Rll Gile 10 60 13 it 11 Manson 123 35 14 County ( anvasseis 18 0C 15 John F Lainont 17 20 16 James B Allen 10 50 17 Good Shoperd Ind. School 274 90 18 Wausau Water Department 82 50 19 Wisconsin Telephone Cos 12 00 20 John .Miller 86 43 21 N ileinemnnn..„ 10 00 22 Wausau Gas Cos 120 14 23 S Karas 175 24 Fred Ramthun 10 50 25 S Bessey 200 26 W A Baerwald 688 27 Armour it Cos 12 00 28 F Levenhngen 725 29 W W Albers 50 29>6Gus Naffz 150 30 A A Bock 1 50 31 R Bauman 640 32 B lleinemann 550 33 A Fickert 13 50 34 J F Lee 960 35 August Dietl 500 36 A F Marquardt 47 25 37 11 Pagenkipf 915 38 Denteid iv Weisbrod 15 00 39 W ausau Telephone Cos 15 00 40 H F Mueller 14 50 41 C Helke 10 IH) 42 Werheim Manufacturing Cos. 900 4 5 T F Delaney 125 37 41 Jatuek Montgomery 18 38 45 F O .Means 150 47 C B Bird 17 68 48 C S Gilbert 12 49 49 John Ringle 550 60 R I. Taylor 667 51 J F Lamont 868 52 Aug Klosterman 126 09 53 1) Sauerhering 15 00 54 J Ripczinski 21 00 55 A II Wilson 39 87 56 PO Means 18 00 57 E Strcbridge 36 00 59 W W Albers 150 61 11 L Wheeler.... 268 50 63 C l'eschmaii 36 00 61 C llelke ; It)00 66 A F Marquardt 200 67 11A Burger 470 08 A L Kryshak 13 78 69 Pieiffer ,t Klecker 136 71 70 11 G Lcinke 03 77 71 Livingston Mercantile Cos 160 34 72 Aug Luedtko 63 60 73 R Bauman )5 35 74 F W Kickbusch 79 32 82 T R Malone SGI 45 83 Livingsion Mercantile Cos 20 07 84 Geo Hart 200 85 A A Bock 18(5 45 86 H Miller. 257 72 87 Weinfeld Bros 12 75 88 W N Daniels 15 00 89 E C Fish 14 80 IK) Cll Mueller 14 26 91 W C Dickens 12 60 “ A Dern 225 “ J Malone 108 ’’ Fred Bower 704 “ J Gregurer 340 “ W Brooks 10 72 “ C Pageniiept 108 " D Sullivan 864 “ Matt Mess 444 “ 11 Amelung 284 “ W Johlke 337 “ M E B.rceit 450 “ B C Gudden 450 “ LSieiner 762 “ L E Spencer £ll.O *’ DT Junes 16 80 ‘ AW Trevitt 12 60 “ D Sauerhering 25 20 “ II I. KiiM-nberry 25 20 “ Lit Willard- 420 “ Et> Kanouse 42° " Dr Chris,iausou 420 “ A Anderson 216 “ L 0 Miller 858 92 B Bauman 108 *’ i. Boyer los “ D Fii.ncy 108 “ J Rensiiaw ioo “ G Ringle los “ L Snv ler ]i 8 “ Peter Zurich 358 “ K Panabaker 5(8 “ F Descher.. 308 " J Bradley 106 “ T Malone „ 106 11 J Ostrowski 3so ” J Sticker 308 ” S Lewandowski 3is “ Dora Lewandowski _ 318 “ S Kashiniski 42s “ A Przybil.ski 228 ’ Jos Pnvbiliski. 220 “ Mary Kluck „ 228 ” Txllie Lewandowski „ 228 “ Mary PrzybilUki _ 3us ** F Ghdinski 420 “ C Wallibowski 420 " A StoiU 4.4 “ M Ostrowski 388 “ Jas kluck-. 3os “ G Korowski 3os “ Lmiiy Lewaiidow ki ..... 228 " Ida Anuteske 166 “ JCo eman “ Anton kuni 1 ■, “ trances Kunz. 83 “ Anton Kluck 5 4** “ George Kluck 328 “ Pkniiple 276 " F Kosky 292 " C Klein An 284 “ Ed K ascii ke 4pi *’ A Paul ,\ 416 ** til M Ar ns ten 52s “ A Christian 83 ’ Otto steiber- 14: " Bertha Meiber 14: “ Kud tiolz 147 “ Geo liar: 27 (W “ J Alexander _. v; ” F’ LeD*aict„.„™ - *3 96 Cb*i Tr.ujba 807 ** John Kirs.ein 419 M John D.o rsteiu _ 545 ** Frank W iisner 3.41 97 L C Fish 5i 1 “ U Sail 1 van It m., “ John Green re 2 7*4 ** Be.-sie Sheb rn _ ..... 22, " WmCassel 236 *’ \V Bartow 260 98 G Bamnowtki gß7 F IHscher 3212 *’ Jos Zich spi ’* Nicl.uuay 225 ” -J Delikowski 225 ' *• Josie S;oltt “ Martin Cychorz 6 99 L H Cook. 757 “ H Creed. 4149 ** P lleiuu “9 ” A Becker 7 “ J Fry* :i ** EL Nichols 7 j *• Geo bumner 7> ’ 100 CL Young 1716, “ A. A. Hooper .W ; “ J.CGiUns 6.35 “ Thm. Siritt. J.T7 > ♦* -V AtaiersiUi 2OS j 93 D. C. Dickens 140.20 •• K. Schmidt leo “ Ida Sell 1.20 “ J. Merkleln ... 1 20 “ Aug. Beilke 1.20 “ R. N. Lamer 240 *• Herm. Sense 2.40 “ Frank Morgan 240 | “ R. (JlrdwiKKl 240 “ J. H. Pomeroy 2.40 “ M. Dickens \ 2.40 “ H. L Rosentteny ’20.00 “ W. G. Devoe 1.20 “ Anton Anderson 1,20 “ Dr. Christianson 120 “ Mrs. W. Urban i.2u “ “ E. Frax 120 *’ Aug. Felker 1.20 “ L. E. Spencer 36.20 j “ R. N. Liiruer 4.80 “ C. B. Mayer 1 480 “ T. Alexander 4.80 “ J F. Osswald 4.80 “ M. H. Duncan ■.... 4so “ Geo. H. Haider 480 “ Geier Bros 2.50 “ Geo. Arnsteu 70) 94 A. B. Barney 4.96 “ A. Wendel..* 7.43 “ T. Rindfiiesch 14.25 95 VV. C. Pradt 12 89 • H. Neumeister 1.08 “ Louis Boehm 1.48 “ Dr. Freeman 1.00 “ Aug Kinquist 261 “ G. Bergstrom 1.56 “ W. C. Witter 196 “ W. M. Bethel 172 ’* Thos. Gallagher 3.41 “ John Kandy 39 69 luo Theo. Stelz 11.77 ” C. Heppner 322 ] 101 ,J. Anderson ; 8.36 1 ’• S. F. Reineking 4.36 [ “ C. Sawyer , .83 i “ C. Thalheim k .. .83 “ Otto Knotor 83 “ c. Jo jade 83 ' C. Liutelmann 83 ■ “ E. Flatter 83 “ a. Kr. tening 58 Mrs. F. Beehman 83 102 J C. Clarke 145 40 '• Theo. Stelz 67.52 " RoseJubert 300 “ Esther Jubert 300 “ Chas. Radke 3.00 Henry Bachen 3.00 “ J. Holbrook 300 ■' C. Phillips 1.08 G. H. Hauler 62 “ Pat Delaney 82 •' F. Osswald ’ 62 *’ ' • Gensman. Sr 62 • O. Kickbusch 62 “ J. Cawley 62 “ C. Witbower 58 “ A. L. Kryshalt 58 “ F'. Gaetzman 58 “ A. Alt hen 58 “ W. C. Davenport 58 “ C. K. Kummerow 1.08 “ F. Gruetzinacher 1.08 '• L. Reuter ~.. 1.08 “ M. Hofiman 1.08 “ M. Strcich 1.08 “ W. Harden 1.08 “ H. Ahrent .. 1.08 “ G. Gehrke 1.08 “ W R. Koppe 58 “ J. Karrow 58 “ H. Feldman 1.08 “ C. Klemtin 2.60 “ and. Witovvski 2.68 C. Somonowskl 2.76 “ R. Hodewlsk 2.25 “ H. Bodewisk 252 " Jos. Plislike 2.60 “ and. Nieselowski 3.00 “ Clara Straub 1.08 Katie Straub 1.08 “ E. L. Fisher 316 “ D. Sullivan 2.52 “ C. Heppner 18.40 Mr. Beebee moved that the clerk be authorized to refer all petitions and bills now on file, to the proper standing committees without reading. Mo tion carried. Mr. Gebhard moved that no road appropriations >be granted to any town, city or village, this year. Motion carried by the following vote: Ayes—Hinrichs, Cook, Fons, Sargent, Blanch ard. Franzen. Steiner, Bowe, Eggebrecht, Braun walder, Hinrichs, Kiehl, Aderhold, Paersch, Koch, Bernitt, Beebee, Bern be neck, Rienow, Gebhard, Ramthun, Amelung, Haider, Sell, Manson, Means, Wheeler, Kickbusch, Krause and Luedtke. Noes—Riant, Thorn, Cottrell, O’Connor, Wagner, Taplin, Guenther, Mess. Menzner. Wendt, Daniels, Buss, Thayer, Ringle, Reiehel, Borchardt, Kallen berg and Marquardt. On motion the board adjourned until 2 o’clock p. m. Juno Oth. 1009, 2 o’clock p. m. The chairman called the Board to order. Clerk called the roll, all the members present. The 1 ol io wing report was then read: To the Honorable County Board of Supervisors of Marathon County. Gentlemen: — Your special committee on building of the new jail beg leave to report that the new jail is com pleted according to the plans and specifications adopted by your honorable body. That the following is a correct statement of the costs oi the said jail building and of the amounts dfie to the several contractors. Pauly Jail Bldg ,t MfgCo as per contract 413,000.00 Amount paid them on said emtract for which amount vouchers of said com pany are annexed hereto 9,750.00 Balance still due them on their contract. .4 3,250.00 John Miller as per contract with him 13,195.00 Amount paid upon this contract 9,906.24 Balance due Miller upon contract 3,288.76 There is also due to John Miller the following amounts for extras, which were not specified in the specifications, but which in the opinion of your committee were necessary in the constructing of said jail: For tile Hoot in the sheriff’s office 4175.00 “ plastering 4 rjms in basement 25.00 “ iron door and putting same in attic, 10.00 “ material and labor on closet in basement 10. IX) “ coil pipe in drying room in b’s’t 24.00 “ painting in jail office etc 15.00 259.00 3.547.76 Your committee further reports that there is due to Thos. F. Delaney for material and labor for fur nishing the following articles as per contract made with,your committee: For I*4 iu. extra strong lead pipe.. 4 40.00 “ combination fixtures 206.00 •' water closet in basement 40.00 “ soap stone laundry tub compl’t 43.00 329.00 As your honorable body will notice by the above figures the whole cost of the jail building is the sum of §26,783.00. Your committee would recommend that your honotable body accept the said jail building at the earliest possible moment, subject however to John Miller replacing the large window which has been broken and also putting in place the switchboard in the second story in the residence. Your committee would also further report that In letting contracts for the different ar ticles purchased by them, before doing so, the committee secured bids from different parties and have awarded the contracts to the tx-st and lowest bidders. Your committee would also report that they have secured plans and specifications for the construction of anew barn at the jail building, said plans and specifications are now on file with the county clerk. That your committee advertised for bids for the construction of said barn but as the bids received were in the opinion of your committee too high, they were rejected, and we leave the mat ter with your honorable body to take such steps as you deem proper. Your committee recommends that orders be drawn in favor of the Pauly Jail Bldg. & Mfg. Co- and Thos. F. Delaney for the amount due them in full payment of all their claims against the county, arising out of the building of said jail. That an order be issued to John Miller for the amount due him ujKju his replacing the large light of glass broken, and placing in posi tion the switchboard or covering up the open iug in the second story of the residence. Your committee have done everything in their power to make the jail building the best in the state of Wisconsin ami from wnat we have seen of other jails throughout the state, Marathon County is in the lead. Respectfully submitted. Fkkd Gknrich, i'hh. Frakzen, Herm Ramthun, A. Cook. On motion carried the report of t’>e commit tee was accepted. It was moved and seconded that tue building committee be retained to build the barn. This motion was amende!: that the new jail build ing and grounds be turned over to the public property committee. Amendment prevailed. It was moved and seconded that the. commit tee on public property be authorized to hire a man to watch at the new jail until the sheriff moves iu. and also to Investigate what furniture etc is Beetled for the new jail building, and re port tomorrow morning. Motion canied. The following resolution was on motion adopted. Whereas, the old jail standing on the court house square, was in a dilapidated condition, as well as being an eye-sore to tho residents of Marathon county, hence anew jail, which is now completed, accepted ami ready to be oc ' copied. Therefore be it resolved, ihat the committee ou public proper tv be and is hereby authorized to dispose of said old jail in the best possible manner, and have it re moved from the court house square, forthwith. Signed, M. C. Thorn. The following resolution by Mr. Beebee was then read. Res,u.rTb s Hu- committee on equaliza tion is hereby directed to visit, before the an nual meeting of the county board, all towns, villages and cities iu Marathon county, and to look over* both real estate and personal prop erty in order that they may be able to make a just and equitable e ;uali*Ation of tjtxes Further be it resolved, that not over twenty 2tb days time -hall be consumed bv said com mittee in doing this work. Dated Wausau. Wis., June 6th, !9uo. A. E. Beebee. The above resolution was adopted by vote of 43 ayes. 4 noes and 2 absent. The committee on printing and stationery beg leave to report that they have carefully ex- ‘ arained Use several claims referred to them, ‘ and recommend that same be allowed as fob j Claim Xo 1. allowed at 479 00. Claim No. 2 j allowed at ssn.4o. Claim Xo. 3 all '-wed a: Wild. Claim Xo. 4 allowed at fls.dt?. Claim No 5 ai- i lowed at S4 42. HI. Claim No 6 allowed at f396 <io ; Claim Xo. 7 allowed at MS 00. Claim Xo. 8 a!- ; lowed at *367.05. Claim Xo. 9 allowed at 1161.24. Claim No. id allow.nl at s-43.25. Claim Xo. II ai lowed at #l7 65. Claim Xa 12 allowed at ItOtkX The report of the comm it tee was on motion < adopted. The board then adjourned until tomorrow at 9 o’clock A. M. JrvE 78h. 1900. 8 o’clock A m. Board called to order by Chairman Franzen, i and on roll call ail members present. On motion of Mr. Man-oil. the county clerk wa* iustrucied to issue a Cjuil Claim Deed to ,oe tVaii-au Cemetery Association, of the south-west quarter of the north-east quarter of Section one ili in Township twenty-eight ,28i 1 lllHi. of Range seven i7 East for the pu: : of perfecting title Slxtion carried A pet tion of freeholders of Town Eld ten. re latfcig to the division of said town, which had • tedi referred 10 Road aud Bridge committee S wai by consent of the county board withdrawn j by Chairman Cottrell of said town of Eidron. Wausau, Wis., June 7th, 1900. To the Honorable Chairman and members of the County Board of Supervisors of Mara tbon County: In pursuance of your resolution of 6th inst. relating to the furnishing of the new jail build ing, would report. that after consulting with Slieritf Malone, that the following be furnished for said buildiog: Door and window screens for all windows and doors. Window shades for all windows. Car pels for two rooms. Respectfully submitted, H. Ramtuin, H. L. Wueklek. j Committee J. J. Keiohi,, on H M. Kronrnwetter, j Public Property. M. Bowe. The above report of Public Property commit tee was accepted. \\ fiSBKAS:—The resolution introduced in structing the eoinmitte on equallzationdo visit all the towns is uncalled for and would incur a grc.it expense, without uoingthe several towns justice: liikrkfors be it resolved that said resolution be and is hereby repealed. John C. Hinrichs. 1 tie above resolution was adopted by the fol lowing vote: Aits: Riant, Hinrichs, Cook. Thom. Steiner, Bowe. Cottrell, O’Connor, Eggebrecht, Braun walder, Hmriecs. Taplin, Aderhold, Paersch. Guenther. Mess. MenZuer. Bernitt, Buss, Bem beneck T.layer, Ringle, Reichl. Ramthun, Ame lung. Haider, Sell, Manson and Wheeler—29, hens. Sargent. Blanchard, Wagner, Kiehl Kronen wetter, Koch. Beebee. Wendt, Rienow, Gebhard. Bore bard Kallenberg, Kiek busch. M ans. Krause, Luedtke and Mar quardt - IK. Absent 2. The following resolution was on motion tabled. ■ Whereas: The motion made and carried to do away with load appropriations is an injus tice to all the new towns; Therefore be it resolved that said motion be reconsidered. Theo. Fons. To the HonowiKe, the County Board of Mara thon County: The undersigned committee, who were ap pointed by your body at the last meeting of this board for the purpose of investigating the in mates of the County Poor House known as ■Count,v Charges” to find whether or not any of them had relatives who are legally holding for their support and who arc able to take care of them, report as follows: >\ e spent two and tys in investigating the situ ation. having questioned each of the inmates, ami we find that there are no inmates who are a direct charge to the county who have rela tives that can lie made to support them. \our committee only had authority as to those who were direct charges to the county at large, all of which is respectfully submitted. M. C. Thorn. 1 C. s. Gilbert. -Committee. John c. Hinrichs, ) TANARUS! a above report was ou motion adopted. To the Board of Supervisors of Marathon Coun ty. Wisconsin: Gentlemen:—Your committee on salaries and fees beg leave to report that they have ex amined the several bills referred to them and respectfully recommend that same be allowed as follows: Claim No. 46 allowed at JBO6 85. Report of committee on motion adopted. The committee 011 Geueral Claims report that they have examined the several claims referred to them and beg leave to report that same be allowed as follows: Claim No. 15 allowed at $123 35. Claim No. 14 allowed at #lB 00. Claim No. 15allowed at #l7 20, Claim No. Ki allowed at #lO 50, Claim No. 17 al lowed at #274 90. Or. motion duly carried the report of the com mittee was adopted. Wausau, Wis., Jun * 4th. 1900. To the lion. County Board of Marai lion County, Wisconsin: Gentlemen:—Your Committee on Public Property begs leave to Hubmit the following re port of moneys received and disbursed since its last report, viz: December 5-99 Bat. in Mar. Cos. bank.. .# 132 89 January 10-00 Appropriation 1,200 00 „ . , #1,332 89 Paid out as follows: II Miller, (stationary) # 1200 4' Levenhagen, (mdse) 535 W Watson. JOOO F Hanneman, •* j 75 C Helke, 57 70 Johnson £l. Cos. 2 15 Haider Bros., (plumbing) 59 25 Livingston Mer Cos, (mdse; 180 R W Piuder, •* .... 31) F Radueeliel, (wood) 35 00 W Watry, (.labor.) 6 00 G H Johnson, ” 15 00 C Bopf, (wood) 70 00 c Lutz, “ Tgoo C Bopf, (mdse) 1 10 A F Marquardt (teaming) 7 00 W Kohnhurst, (wood) 83 87 G Papel, 38 50 A Fickert, (labor) 16 55 A F Sehmidt, (wood) 36 75 FPagel, 5125 W Prabl, “ 36 75 W Koehler, “ 54 25 OButh, “ 3150 J Kufahl, •* 5600 A Winter, 20 40 A Lucas, •■ -6 87 J Digman, “ 5| 00 A Fickert, “ 9(h) \V Bloch, 4 90 A Hucholz, •• 3 50 H Mattwich, •• 35 45 WF Krueger, “ 4500 J Kufahl, ” 4(0 W Bloch, “ 20 00 J F Lee, (mdse) 50 B Heiiniin, (labor) 8 25 W J Gehrke, (cash adv) 24 00 C Helke, (mdse) 7 u 0 Denfeld & Weisbrod, (painting) 102 93 A Fickert, (labor) 4 05 J Miller, (labor Ac,) 78 87 C Strey, (wood) 24 60 $1,287 14 Bal. in Marathon Cos. bank 45 75 $1,332 89 We have on hand in pile at new jail 193 cords of hardwood and 6 cords of slab wood. Respectfully submitted, Krnst Koch, i Herman Ramthun, -Committee. Fred Genkich, ) 011 motion carried the report of the commit tee was adopted. The com mittee on Public Property beg leave to report that they have examined the several bills referred to them and would report that same be allowed as follows: Claim No. 18 allowed at $3250, No. 19at$12 00, No. 20 at SB6 43. No. 21 at $lO 00, No. 22 atsl2o 14, No. 23 at $1 75, Xo. 24 at #lO 50, No. 25 at #2 00, No. 26 at $6 88, No. 27 at sl2 00, No. 28 at $7 25, No. 29 at $ .50, No. 29>4 at #1 50, No. 80 at $1 50, No. 31 at $6 40, No. 32 at $5 50, No. 33 at sl3 50, No. 34 at #9 0 . No. 35 at $5 00. No. 36 at $47 25, No. 37 at $9 15. No. 38 at sls 00, No. 39 at sls 00, No. 40 at #1 I 50. No. II at $lO 00. No. 42 at #9 00, No. 444 at $125 37, No. 44 at #lB 38, No. 45 at $1 50. Ou motion duly carried the above report was ad of ted. On motion the Board adjourned until 2 o’clock p. m. June 7th, 1900, 2 o'clock p. m. Chairman Franzen called the Board to order aud on roll being called all members present excepting Mr. Daniels. The District Attorney reported to the Board that an inmate of the Marathon County asylum from Oneida county, Wisconsin: had died and that Oneida county refused to pay burial charges of sls OO- Tlie District Attorney wished to have the County Board say if this county should pro ceed to sue Oneida county for said amount or let the matter drop. Moved and seconded that the matter be dropped. On this motion the ayes and noes were called for: the vote being ayes 34, noes 9, absent and not vo.ing 6. total 49. It was moved and seconded that the District Attorney notify Oneida county of the donating of $15.00 as per the preceding motion. Motion prevailed. To the honorable Board of Supervisorsof Mara thon County: Whereas, it is necessary at this time to bor row money for the several funds of tne Treas ury to meet the bills, contract aoi salaries that have been approved and ordered paid by your Honorable Board at this meeting and in accord wi h the Kesoultion adopted by the Board at their January meeting of this year; Therefore be it Resolved as follows; First, that the Finance committee l>e author ize'.’ to borrow the sum of six thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars at six per ceut. interest, payable ou or before tne 15th day of February 1901. said sum *0 be credited to the County Bridge Fund ac't. and said notes and interest when paid, shall be charged to said Bridge Fund ac t Second, that the Finance Committee be authorized to borrow the sum of six thousand dollars for the General Fund at six (er cent, interest, payable ou or before the fifteenth day of February. 1901. I Third, that that the Chairman of the County j Board and the County Clerk are hereby in structed and authorized to sign notes or certi ficates of indebtedness for and in behalf of Marathon coanty. when requested to do so by the Cta irman ot the Finance Committee. Signed by your Finance Committee. J. N. Manson, A. E. Beebee. Henrt Axeluno. JnneTtth. I.AO. On motion duly carried the above resolution 1 was adopted. Resolved by the County Board of Marathon County that the chairman of the printing com m’tee of this bo.rd aud the County Clerk !*• together authorized to pur-dim e all needful and necessary stationery, printing, and other similar supplies, for each and ail of the officers of Marathon county, and that neither said offi cers nor any one e.se on their behalf, nor any other person than the two above named shall have any power or authority to purchase auy such staiio ery. printing and other similar supplies at the expense of the county. And it is by this resolution expressly under- | stood and declared that the County of Mara- I tr.D a <id -a! e fur and w ' not .1.. , j any bits lot any Net -tatiouery. printing and j any other similar suppile- purchased by said , officers, or by any other person than tne two ! aisvve authorized. Wm. KuKurscH The above resolution was on motion carried j adopted. To the Hon. County Board of Marathon County. * Wisconsin. j Gentlemen Whereas: the management and manual la- ! bor necessary on conducting the Marathon county jxior farm is considerable and really j more than ought to be expeeted of one man, t and W here as . there are quite a number of sick 1 ,-uidhc.: te.s of id farmhouse said j inmates have to be cared for some of them even i have to b! lifted in and out of bed. and Whereas, the superintendent of the poor ! farm has to attend to the stock, farm, sick and . helpless inmates, cooking and household duties, 1 getting of medicines Ac. for Ur.- sick, and Gen- j Lenten, in my bumble opiniOti she county of Marathon would come out 'Dead at the end of cacti ye-r by having a b'.ed mas, at ’feast a part of the time: Therefore be it resolved that the committee on poor accounts be authorized to hire a man to work at the poor from April Ist to December Ist each year, at a salary not to exceed $20.00 per month. Dated at Wausau, Wis. June 7th, 1900. A. F. M AKqUARDT. tin motion duly carried the above resolution was adopted. Mr. Hugo Peters, president of the Marathon county asylum trustrees addressed the board as to building a barn at the asylum, the estimated cost of same being $600.00 to $700.00. After a brief discussion it was moved and carried that the asylum trustee be authorized to have said bam erected. Mr. Ramthun presented the following: Gentlemen of the County Board:— Hon. W. 0. Silverthon, circuit judge would be pleased to have you step into the court room as he wishes to speuk to you collectively as to needed repairs ou circuit court room. Therefore it is hereby resolved that this board now take a recess of ten minutes so as to meet the circuit judge. Signed, H. Ramthun. On motiou duly carried the above was adopted. Moved and seconded that when we adiourn this afternoon, we adjourn until 8 o’clock to morrow morning, aud when we adjourn tomor row mortimg, we adjourn sine die. „ Motiou prevailed. To the Honorable Countv Board of Marathon County. Gfintlemen: By request of the chairman of the town of W eston to look over the condition of a part of the bridgs across the Eau Claire river in the vil lage of Schofield, which part was claimed to be in a dangerous condition; the committee on roads aud bridges on the 6th day of January 19u0 inspected the said bridge aud* found same in a condition as stilted. The committee however, by inquiry learned that the town of Weston had not provided for the necessary funds to pay one-half the expense of said repair work aud therefore declined to assist the town of Weston in this case. Dated June sth 1900. Respectfully submitted, Herm. Amhaus, P. G. Gebhard, Aug. Ramthun. The Committee on Roads and Bridges. The above report was accepted. The committee on roads and bridges reported on the several petitions referred tq them, ask ing aid to build bridges, aud recommend that the following approprietions be granted. Town of Easton $400.00; town Harrison $600.00; town Cleveland 81000.00; town Kau Pleine and Cleve land *2000.00; town Texas $800.00; town Cassell $400.00; tovet Hamburg $3000.00; town Berlin *335.00; town Hull $200.00; village of Mosinee $500.00. The report of tbe committee was adopt ed by the following vote: Ayes: Riant, Hin richs, .Sargent, Franzen, Steiner. Cottrell, O’Con nor, Eggebrecht, Braunwalder,.Hinrichs, Wag ner, Aderhold, Paersch, Guentner, Koch, Ber nitt, Bus, Bemheneck, Thayer, Ringle, Reichl, Gebhard, Borchardt and Ranitiium. 24. Noes: Kiehl. Kronenwetter, Mess, Wendt, Kallenberg and Amelung. 6. Absent aud not voting: Cook. Fons, Thorn, Taplin, Menser and Daniels. 6. The members from viiiage of McMillan, East Ward Colby and the city of Wausau uot voting, The petition of freeholders of the town of Hull und Holton relative to opening a road be tween sections 36 and 36 in town Holton and sections 1 and 3 town Hull; was tabled. l'he petition of about 2u freeholders of towns Frankfort and Johnson to open up and make passable a roaJ between sections 6 and 7 in town Wien; was tabled. The committee on delinquent taxes beg leave to eport that they have examined the several claims referred to them and recommend that they be allowed as follows : Claim No. 47 at *17.'8; No. 48 at $12.49; No. 49 at 55.50; No. 50 at $6.67; No. 51 at $3 68; and that ths proper amounts be charged bick to the proper towns. The report of the committee was adopted. (Continued in next issue.) I'heNew Idea, ten if j||\u cent paper LLIMoX^ patterns, are AjjUU < the best in ! the woi*l(l, at ji M _ M isses’ threepiece C A1 then’s (petticoat. v . xxmicii With Circular Flounce. Sixes 10,13,14.16 years. TRAINED NURSE. MISS GKAOE SIMONS, Trained Nurse, is lo x cated in Wansan, and prepared to care for any case of sick ness. Call 709 2nd street. Tele phone 160, L. M. WILLARD, M. D. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT Offioo Htn-I to 12 a. m. ato *p. m. 7 to 1,. ■. Imlliji-* to 11 m. m. H. L. WHEELER. General Insurance Agent, Wausau, Wis. Represent the beet and most reliable companies Bate as low as the nature of the risk allow. Office in Marathon County Bank building- A. W. Berch, Osteopatli and Chiropractic. No. 313 Third St., Over Dunbar’s store. P. A. RIEBE, ****44 **<•* DENTIST. Block—2l6 Third St. ALL TNI LATEST METHODS. 1 B. H. CONLIN. BEHXISX DRAY Um C. H. WEGNER, Prop. Is oowtprsporod t do all kinds of drmjing, sock is .oris* bocmshold tumitur*. delivering freight •So. Ratos reasonable and satisfactio, goaraa tMd. All orders promptly attended to. A share ef Um psomsts ml the fMIs is respectfully ■dMhd MORGAN BROS. Elegant Bigs famished on short notice. Boarding by the day or week. Prices the yery lowest. McClellan Ut. ’Phono 86. There are H4h very sensible reasons why you should wear our clothes : They are moderately priced. They are made in the very best style and manner. They will give unequalled service. They greatly improve your appearance. M. ‘Wawrzyniak, One Doer East ol J. E. Leahy's Residence. DR. TURBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST and SURGEON has visited Wausau for the past THREE YEARS. Once a Month, wil again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, July 17 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. ONE DAYTTVHRY MONTH ONLY. ML TURBIN, Tte Specialist CUBES promises in every ALL RESPECT. AND THE OHBONIO * CJMSTOR HAS AMONG HIS OASES. PATRONS SOME OF WHY 9 THE MOST PROMINENT BECAUSE HE GIVES BUSINESS MEN. HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION WHO ARE H,S TO THESE CASES. '• -BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED YfITTNn. Ml 7TJ If you aro troubled with Liver, H*art, Kidney, Bladder and alt con * UUiIU ITII_.II nervous debility,stupid- ctitflttoual and internal troubles; also Rupture, ness, or are otherwise unfitted for business or Plies, Fistula. Dispepsia, Diarrhea and all dls study, caused from youthful errors orexcesscs, cases of the stomach and bowels treated faria you should consult this specialist at once, advauco oi auv institution in thecouutry. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD SIKSSS aching backs and kid..eys and other untuis- T A TlT'C'C’ If T ou are suffering from pep takablj signs of nervous debility. Many die of Lit\±J I ILO sistent Headache, Painful Men* thisdifficulty.ignorantof thecr'use. 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A FfiW Points lst— I The doctor gives bis personal attention to each Indl'idtnl ” " C3se . 2nd —All business conducted on a professional basis and strictly confidential. 3rd —Names and pictures never published unless requested to do so. 4th—The doctor’s patrons arc his friends. yym jf f* your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond* ** ence and medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, givim' street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. The Public Demands a Pure and Wholesome Beer. EgS* WML JuS * JIS£S999Hf BREWS IT. CtldS. H. WEQNER, Werner's 9 *JOJOt Ul is the best 1 Dry Goods, Groceries, General m l Provisions, Canned Store I WP ( Goods, Crockery, Flour, I Feed, Etc.___—_ City of Wansan. Tremh Ee* *<* Exoallaat T fIWPOH I DDTPFQ Bmttwp aiwuys o* LUlffiljl iIUbJbSJ. ~~ Geedi deli tv. ed to say psrt of the city frss ml chsrgs. B I ER^4o SCOTT II STREET • MMi G R O C E R iilMiMffl Stock New I Fresh. Prices the Cheapest. 'PWniMF* lAO Goods delivered to any nrmPIC,, part of the city, free. FOREST CITY DRUG STORE. East Side Store-Cor. of Third [ WEST SIDE PHdRndCT and Washington Sts. > nth Avon, _________ • ______ .IXFLTJGrJS. I Toilet Articles, Per Prescriptions Filled at hours — $ ~ . J . „ _ , . a Prescriptions compoaoded at ail ZI nig At. j hoars of day or zught. W. W. ALBERS, PMPT~ One Great Enjoyment dt in life is eating. Of course, the better quality the food the greater the enjoyment. Thus the place where you buy yo’ir Groceries and Provisions aists in determining if life is worth living. Fine Teas and Coffees, clean and fresh Dairy Butter, and Country Produce, fresh Eggs, fresh Sweet Cream ery Butter, best quality of Canned Goods, and high grade Flour. Ar * amon * u,e ,hat * re e*>enti*l. H. FRENCH. Keeps them. He is sole agent in this city foi Chase A Sanborn's cele brated Seal Brand Coffees aud Golden Rod Tea. 503 Tith'd Street. Telephone 26.