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0., K. * BT. P. RAILWAY. Chicago, Milwaukee <*:d St. Paul Railway paa •euger trains leave Wansu" as follows: NORTH. Daily, except Sundays 9:05 a. m. Daily, except Sundays. 7:15 p. m. Sundays 12:45 p.m. Accocmodatiun. 2:50 p. m. SOUTH. Daily, except Sundays 8:30 p. m. Daily, except Sundays ..11:10 a. m. Close connections are made with 11:10 a. m. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Through tickets on sale and baggage checked to destination. R. Good eich .Agent. CHICAGO AND NORTHWEBTRBN RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Wausau Wausau 1 2:42 a.m. 1:09 a.m. Oshkosh, Fond du Lac. ! 7:40 a. m. 3:05 a.m. Milwaukee and Chicago, f 12:45 p. m. 11:55 a.m. J 11:15 p. m. 9:37 p.m. Rhinelander, 2-50 nm’ itarle, md A.hUad. J; 1 1:09 a.m. 2:42 a.m. Marshfield, St. Paul, 10:00 a. m. Minneapolis and west (1155 a. m. 4:SO p. m. j 9:37 p. m. 10:35 p. m. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15 p. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago. Train leaving at 1:09 a. m. has sleeper and re clining chair car for St. Paul and Minneaoolis. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor tant points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. D. McNaughton. Agent. ATTORNEYS. Bump, Kreutzer <fc Ro&enberry. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wassaa, Wit.. corner of Third and JeCsrsea streets— Heinemann building. Money to Lan in large or small amounts. Collection a specialty. FRED GENRICH. A TTORNKY AT LAW. Office in First National ■* *• Bank Building, Wausau, Wis. MYLREA & BIRD. (ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wsusaa, Wis. Office “ over Msratken Ceasty Bask. H. B. HUNTINGTON. A TTOKNEY AT LAW. Office on Third street, opposite the Court Heuse. OTTO KRUEGER. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office ever the Post Office, Wausau, Wis. JOHN C. CLARKE. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE- Office eoraer of j Third and Washington streets. All boeiassa entrusted to him will do promptly attended to. PHYSICIANS. DR. G. R. BUGBEE. Office over Baeler & Berkholder r s Cigar Store, Third Street, Keeidence 528 Jackson Street. DR. KANOUSE, XJOM(EPATH KTIC Physician and Surgeon. 1 1 Office atul residence 517 (intul street. Telephone 62. DR. S. M. B. SMITH. Office ami residence above K. V. Speer’s Jew elry Store. Office hours—9 to 12 a. m., 1:3ll to i and 7toßp. m. Telephone No. 147. TRAINED NURSE. AjISS GRACE SIMONS. Trained Nurse, is lo cated in Wausau, and prepared to care for auy case of sickness. Call 709 2nd street. Tele phone 160. L. M. WILLARD, M. D. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT Office Hears—• to 12 a. m. 2to 5 p.m. 7 to sp. as. Bendsn ♦Ulla. m. A. W. Berch, Osteopi and Chiropractic. No. 313 Third St., Over Dunbar’s store. F. A. RIEBjS, *****• DENTIST. S>mcn — Paffs Block—2l6 Third St. AU TMK LATEST METHODS. B. H. CONLIN, DENTIST Teeth inserted without plstos All kinde oi Crown end Hri.lt..> work done. offpiy in Office in OPERA BLOCK H. L. WHEELER, General Insurance Agent, Wausau, Wis. Bepreeent the beet and most reliable companies Kate as low as the nature of the risk allow Office In Marathon t’unnty Rank hnildiun MORGAN BROS. Klegant Rifts furnished oa •hurt notice. Boarding by the day or weak. Price# the very loweet. McClellan Bt. 'Phan* 66. OUT HOUSES Emptied Disinfected Closets promptly attended to at night. Hours 10 p. m. to 4a. m. Order early. Orders served by number with prompt attention paid in advance. Charges from $5 up. Address, W. EASTMAN. Manager. 248 Lock Box. Wausau, Wis. in You Wing to purchase your footwear of us, if you can buy cheap i er than at any other place in the city ? You can, if you will, AipiWer lilts Slipplt Qhttaiioq , “7” and then call on s Mueiler & Quandt. t Ihbu Mb Third St. CITY NOTES. L. E. Spencer, M. D.. office in Mc- Crossen block opposite the Post Office. The dates for the Lincoln county fair are set for October 10th, 11th and 12th. Mi - , and Mrs. E. A. Gooding are now occupying the Kelly residence on War ren street. An attempt is being made to convert the Scott mansion, at Merrill, into a sanitarium. Cos. G, Third Regiment, leaves for Camp Hamden on the 18th of August, next Saturday. “The Woman in Black,” played at the Opera House last Wednesday proved a decided success. Thursday evening’s storm created some havoc at the electric light plant though no serious damage resulted. Ed. Heiman, who was so seriously in jured two weeks ago, is able to be about again with the assistance of a cane. Have your watches and clocks re paired by Otto Mueller, jeweler, Paff clock 3d street. AH work warranted. The Epworth League of the First Methodist church will hold its annual picnic at Rothschild next Friday after noon. Don’t fail to hear the sermon next Sunday evening on “The Better Half and the Other Half,” at the Methodist church. Call on Thos. Delaney if you have anything in the line of plumbing or gas fitting. AH work will be promptly at tended to. tf. Rev. Richards, of Marinette, is said to he improving from his late illness. News that will he very welcome to his many friends. The hot wave came to an end on Sat urday much to the relief of all. It was a week of torture, excepting to those able to find relief at the lakes. The monthly board meeting of the Sunday school of the Methodist church will be held at the close of the prayer meeting next Thursday evening. Otto Krueger has moved his law office from the Ringle building on Third street to Bardeld building, cor ner of Second and Washington streets. The annual meeting of the Wausau Cemetery Association, will be held on the sth day of September, at 7:30 p. m., at the office of Carl H. Mueller, secre tary. A heavy thunder storm was a wel come visitor in this city Thursday even ing, coming as a respite from the extreme heat. But Friday morning it was as hot as ever. The Philippine natives run pell-mell, At the sound of our Yaukee yell, But, (*h, what a gait they’ll have, maybe, After taking Rock’, Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist, W. W. Albers. H. E. McEachron, of this city, was made a member of the Republican State Central Committee. This was a just recognition, as “Mac” has been a hust ler for LaFollette from start to finish. Mrs. Clara Boetcher practical mid wife, Fifth street, next to the German Lutheran church. Confinements and all other kinds of sickness taken at the house. Telephone connection. 022-tf. Avery enjoyable lawn social was given by the M. E. Church Aid Society at the home of Mrs. H. A. Beane last Saturday evening. The grounds were attractively arranged ami were lighted with Japanese lanterns. One of the Mathie Brewing Co’s teams, while standing out near the Beilis House became frightened and took a lively run up Third street, dashed onto the sidewalk in front of Mr. Partridge’s building, and was stopped there without doing any ma terial damage. This happened on Wednesdty. The Lincoln County Bank at Merrill, has been reorganized and recently elected the following directors: A. H. Slange, L. N. Anson, H. H. Foster, JuleTheilmau and John Van lieeke. Officers were elected as follows: President--A. H. Stauge. Vice-President—L. N. Anson. Cashier—R. J. Collie. In a squib last week the Pilot spoke of Merrill as being “little,” but the term was not used in a disrespectful way. In fact the squib was complementary to Merrill. But the editors of that city don't care to be called little, hence they reseut it deeply. All right, hoys, just keep right on thinkiug there is noplace like Merrill and if you do not surpass all other cities in the Valley it will not Ik* your fault. A boy, 18 years old, son of J. Hun tinger, of Stevens Point, was knocked off a moving Wisconsin Central freight car and had both feet taken off, last Sat urday. He dragged himself to the shade of a box ear near by, and a little later jus a boy was passing by, he called to him asking if he would bring him his feet, which were lying ou the track. He had wonderful nerve, hut died In a few hours. Wm. Franklin is now in jail awaiting trial on a charge of burglarizing Charles Klein’s saloon. It seems that Franklin loafed around the saloon until i; was closed for the night and was suspected of not being perfectly straight in his ways. Later, an em ployee at the Northwestern depot saw Franklin come up the track and, ap parently, enter the building. The police was notified and Franklin found down the track with $4.08 in his pocket. The saloon had been broken into and $6 00 taken. There was no direct testi mony that Franklin was the guilty pai .y, but circumstantial evidence was such as to warrant his being held for trial. For Sals —An old violin in good condition. Reasonable. Apply at 516 Warren street. The sermons on “Home Life" being delivered by Rev. Frank l’ease, at the Methodist church, are attracting large congregations, the house being filled to its fullest capacity last Sunday evening. The subject was “Adam and Eve—The Romance of Matrimony.” A special feature of these evening services is the music, which, under the efficient leader ship of Miss Lula Janes, is a marked success. The officiary of the church were wise in securiug her as chorister. The music last Sunday evening consist ed of an anthem by a chorus of eight ladies, rendered in a faultless manner. A solo by Mrs. Minnie Rasdall Hudd. of Chicago, which captured the audience, and three selections by the orchestra. Next Sunday evening Rev. Pease will speak on “The Better Half and the Other Half.” R. Lyon., Poatint, win mak Gold, Alaumuim or Rubbor Plates. WAUSAU IMPROVES. Streets Repaired and School Build ings Renovated. Nowaday, one can hardly turn a cor ner about the city without coming upon some improvement of street or home. Lawns are in good condition and cerr.ent sidewalks the fashion. F. P. Corwith has just had 'a new walk laid around his property on Third and W'arren streets. Chas. Thayer is making good pro gress with his new house on the asylum road. C. C. Parlin and J. P. Young are vieing with each other in growing grass on their new lawns ou Seventh street. At the present writing Mr. Parlin seems to be ahead in the contest. The beauty of the high school is considerably en hanced by the neat appearance of the grounds. The Mahoney lot recently purchased by C. J. Winton, has fceeu leveled off and seeded down and will soon make Mr. Winton’s lawn one of the most spacious and handsome in the city. A cement sidewalk has also been laid in front of the property. One of the most welcome improve ments to Wausau’s beauty is the good work that has lieen commenced on the streets. McClellan is now being treat ed to a taste of the scraper. It wouldn’t do any harm if ali the streets were given a few turns with the steam roller. Some interesting statistics might be obtained by keeping score on the automobile and the roller to see which had the biggest percentage of refractory horses to its account. That some settlement has finally been reached in the matter of paving Grand avenue, is a cause for joy among all cit izens who ride or drive. The condition of the street for the past year has been a disgrace to the city. With a twenty foot macadam on Forest street and Grand avenue, the two worst streets of our city, will be in pretty good condi tion. The petition of Grant street residents, to be allowed to narrow the street to thirty feet, border it with curbing and between the curbing and sidewalk make a grass plat, has been granted. The effect will be to make Grant one of the liuest streets in the city. If, as is expected, other streets in the residence part i the city follow this precedent, the re it will he well worth the trouble and expense. But something that will be more appreciated than roads and lawns, by many of the school children, is the im provements made on the Washington au.l Humbolt buildings. lu the Hum bolt the woodwork has been freshly painted a light brown and harmonizing shades of wall paper put on all the walls. The wall paper is plain, of some pleasant shade, with a wide border in an artistic design; the ceiling papers being figured. In the Washington all the woodwork has been varnished and the rooms papered. The large halls are done in a pleasing green figured paper, the rooms being finished after the same plan as in the Humbolt; plain wall, bor der, etc. The change from the dingy walls of former days is an excellent move, and the children will appreciate it. The school board is to be congrat ulated upon the fine internal appear ance of these buildings since the repairs made on them. More New Towns On the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. between Aberdeen and the Missouri River. They are being sur veyed now. Watch the papers for dates of opening sales which will be within the next three weeks. We want you to purchase and locate in one of them. Get into business for yourself and on the ground floor. Apply to Land De partment, C. M. & St. F. Ry. Cos., Milwaukee Wis. Home Seekers’ Cheap Excursions. The North-Western Line will sell home seekers’ excursion tickets August 7 and 21, and the first and third Tues days of each mouth during the year, with favorable return time limits, to numerous points in the West aud South, at exceptionally low rates. For tickets aud full information apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R’y. 4w SPECIFICS A. A. 1 FEVERS, Congestion*. Inflamma. cures ) tion*. tuna Fefr, MUk Fever. H. H.) SPRAINS. Lameness, Injuries, cures $ Rheumatism. V. C.iSOKK THROAT. Ruinav. Epizootic. cures | Distemper. cuJag | WORMS, Rota. Grabs. K. K.irOl liHS, Colds. Influenza. Inflamed cures $ Limits. IMeuro-Pneumonia. F. F.l COLIC. Bellvaehe, Wind-Blown, cures) Diarrhea. Dyaenterv. O.G. Prevents MISCARRIAGE. cures ) KIDAEY Ac BLADDER DISORDERS. I. I. ISKIM DISEASES, Manse. Eruptions, cures ) l leers, Greaae. Farcy. J. K. \ BAD COXDITIOV Marina Coat. cures) Indigestion. Stomach Staccera. 60c. each; Stable Case, Ten Specific*. Book, Ac.. $7. At druggist* or sent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Medicine Cos., Cor. William A John St*.. New York. Vctuusart Masuai. Semt Free. NERVOUS DEBILITY, VITAL WEAKNESS and Prostration from Over work or other causes. Humphreys’ Homeopathic Specific No. £B, in use over-40 years, the only successful remedy. $1 per viai,or special package with powder .for $5 Sold by DrugfifU, or Dent post paid on receipt of prica HIIPHUIV MkDs CO., CW. WiUUa *Mo Su., Sowlt Wm. Bauch, ~ 7IR Dpliolsterer Boggy Trinr and Manufacturer of and Dealer in Awnings, Flags and Banting. Foot of Washington St. CMrriaeee. Baggies. Sofas. Rockers. Easy Chairs, Rto., L pholstered. Repaired and Trimmed. Pool and Billiard Tables. Repaired ae Good as Mew. C.n rnotc Pitted, Sewed and Laid in a taper wet jJcIS j or Manner. Special attendm is given to the lixuit up of OffimjßooßU, Ete DRAY LINE C. H. WEGNER, Prop. m bCTihitd fwwlturs. **£&!****hi teed. AH An psempUy ha. A share Vulcan Copper Mining 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 65 per cent. The Vulcan Copper Mining Cos., incorporated 6 months ago, has 180 acres, 3 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 uo 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 a hundred copper companies have risen to, from $25 to $750. DIRECTORS. 11. 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. Jaijke & Weise, 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 Fable 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. Look at this “A.d” and then make a trial purchase at the store of HERMAN LEMKE for anything in the line of Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Etc., Etc. EGs itock is always fresh am 1 prices the lowest. Jackson St, between Third and Fourth. HE IS UPHOLSTERIHG SHOP! Mr. Morris Lipski, late upholsterer for Marshal Field & Cos., Chicago. UPHOLSTERING and CARPET LAYING. HAIR AND MOSS MATTRESSES RENOVATED. Rooms Under Jacob Paff’s Tailoring a ■ . .qm■/ . Establishment, Third Street, IVlUnril w LlrOl\l> 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 Door East of J. E. Leahy’s Residence. CIMS. DURKE, Contractor aM House MOVER. AH wart: pciatptlr aad carefully attended ■I sariefsouii gnarautaed. Also team work Aawaai msssasbli prices Call oa a* eddreas me Ry mMdrv, m Seett street, focr doors.earn j> W. N. ALLEN, j OeUNTY gURVEYQR Office a Court Hook. WAITSAV. - WXSL YELLOWSTONE PARK and ALASKA. Extended tours tinder the management of TIC AMERICAN TO UR IAT ASSOCIATION, Resit Campbell. Gen. Man, 1423 Marquette BaUding. Chicago, lU-. Pullman Sleeping and i Dining Oars leave Cbicaro Tuesday. August 7th and *l*4. at 10 p. m. via CHICAGO, MIL WAUKEE A >T PAI L RAILW AY. Tickets Include All Expenses Everywhere. Address Geo. H. Butrotn, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, in., - j When you want job work or have a news item, rem emberU* 11H the Pilot's telephone Hu. IIU. Ice i Ice! F. O. MEANS, - IE KING” 114 McClellan Street, will furnish Private Families with Ice for the Season of Five Months at $6.00 or $1.25 Per Month For Washing Ice ami Putting it in Refrigerator during the Season, SI.OO Extra. Orders Left at Residence or Sent by Mail will have Prompt Attention. Send in Your Orders Early. Carpet Sweepers at—. R. BAUMANN'S Furnaces $ Stoves REPAIRED and CLEANED. Ail kinds of Tin Work satisfactorily done and a specialty is made of Tin Repairing and Roofing. Chimneys Cleaned. V. EMIL BRANDT. 010 Chicago Ave. PERSONAL ITEMS. Movements o 1 Those at Home and ot Those Who Come Here From Abroad. —Miss Helen Beinemann spent Sat day in Merrill. —Wm. Waterhouse returned Thurs day morning from Milwaukee. —G. H. Gile, of Oshkosh, passed a few days in this city last week. —Misses Agnes and Mary Marson are visiting relatives in St. Paul. —Miss Fischer, of Appleton, is a guest of her friend, Mrs. Karl Mathie. * —John Belanger, of Grand Rapids, was a Wausau visitor last week. —Miss Anna Peck, of Neenah, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. A. Hoeper. —A. W. Puehner, of Edgar, transact ed business in Wausau on Wednesday. —Miss Nellie Gamble will take up the deaf work in Milwaukee this winter. —Miss Clara Lytle, of LaCrosse, is visiting with her cousin, Clara Thomas. —Misses Anna and Elba Buck, of Hortonville, are guests of Wm. McCor mick. —Haskell Biek, who is spending the summer at Bear Creek, was in the city last week. —Mrs. L. S. Cohu came up from Bear’s Marsh last Friday, returning in the evening. —Edward M. Smart, of Van Hecke & Smart, attorneys, of Merrill, was in Wausau Saturday. —Mrs. W. O. Carrier and children returned last week from r. visit among friends in Michigan. —Chas. Edgar w'ent up to Iron River last Tuesday to look after his lumber interests at that place. —Mrs. H. D. Northup and daughter, Louise, of Green Bay, are guests at the home of C. F. Dunbar. —Otto Young left for Nekoosa on Saturday noon where he has gone in search of employment. —Miss Blanche Ullman and Miss Fisher, of Buffalo, are guests at the residence of B. Heinemaun. —John H. Foster, of Ashland, build er of the Presbyterian church of this city, was ia Wausau Thursday. —Otto Feblhaber has gone to Mara thon City where he will have a position as bookkeeper for Philip Men/.er. —Mrs. L. R. Beilis and son, Mark, re turned home on Thursday from a visit to Oshkosh and other points in the state —Mr. Oscar Hayman, of Buffalo, ar rived here Friday for a short visit at B. Heinemanh. He left Sunday evening. —Misses Dorothy and Lita Heineman returned Friday from an extended visit among friends and relatives in Apple ton. —Miss Mamie McDonald, of Milwau kee, arrived in Wausau last Thursday evening on a visit to Miss Marie John son. —Mrs. A. A. Hoeper, who has been visiting in Neenah and Appleton for about three weeks, returned home last Wednesday. —Mrs. Geo. Manson and son, Ned, arrived home last Friday evening from Plum Laki where they had been for the past month. —Mrs. C. H. Tew and daughters, who had been visiting in Wausau for several weeks, returned to their home in Chica go last Friday. —H. C. Stewart, of Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos., came from Ashland for a few days last week where he was dur ing the big lire there, recently. —Francis A. Rian, who had been vis iting in the city for a week, departed for Arkansas on Sunday evening. Mrs. Rian remained for a longer visit. —Mrs. O. E. Wells and children, Lloyd, Sammy and Olive, left last Fri day for a two weeks’ visit among rela tives and friends in Fond du Lac and Manawa. —Will Schollield and Ralph Mc- Crossen arrived home Sunday evening ing from Plum Lake, where they had been for the last month. They drove down with the horse. —Miss Edith departed for Stevens Point on Saturday evening where she will remain with her parents until school opens, when she will re turn and resume her studies. —T. H. Ryan left Friday for Marsh field where he will spend a day or two then proceeding to Camp Hamden, where he will play with the Second Regiment Band /or one week. —Chas. Kiel and Chas. Greiner, of Athens, were in Wausau last week on the way to southern Wisconsin a.id lowa to purchases horses for sale among farmers around Athens. —Mrs. A. V. Gearhart, accompanied by her children, Louise and Mark, is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Barnum at Lake Shishebogcma. They will l>e absent until Sept. Ist. —Mrs. J. D. Ross and daughter, Louise, of Oak Park, 111., who have been visiting in Wausau, returned on Thursday to Arbor Vitae where they have been spending the summer. —Miss Paula Riebe arrived home last week from a two months’ visit in Kau Claire and St. Paul. She also spent sometime at a summer school for kin dergarten teachers in Minneapolis. —The following named boys departed today for Ringle, where they will spend a week comping rout: Gustav Holz man, Jacob Bartels, Willie Boles, Henry Ziebell, Harry Hoepner, Chas. Burke and Robt. Anderson. —Supt. and Mrs. Karl Mathie and children arrived home last Wednesday from Appleton. Mr. Mathie also spent a few days at Menominee, Mich., look ing over the system of manual training used there in the public schools. —Banno F. Smith, who has been in structor in mathematics at the' High School for the past two years, ahd has also helped our High School athletes to achieve some glory in that line, has resigned his position and will go to the Pat-itic Coast. —A. J. Crowns, of Nekoosa, who has been visiting with hi- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barden, in the town of Easton, departed f>r his home on Saturday evening. He was accompan ied by his cousin, Chester Barden, who will remain for a visit of several weeks. —Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Partridge arrived home last Thursday from an eight months' visit in Maine and Mas sachusetts. On their return home they visited in Chicago, Milwaukee and Waupaca Cos. Their many friends will be pleased to bear that-'they expect to remain in Wauaau this winter. DR. TURBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST anil SURGEON has visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARS, Once a Month, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Sept. 11 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. ONE MONTH ONLY. I||^KSCH DR TURBIN, MLrtk in Socialist BmJKb - cures iwmmm \ p * oi,,sEß m Ba,f OHBONIO DOCTOR HAS AMONG HIS CASK. " , / PATRONS SOME OF y<p |. THE "°* T prominent BECAUSE HE GIVES TmomFHk’ HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION ° ARE H,# TO THESE CASES. BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VnTTMP Tlf I? Mlf yon are troubled with 1 UU IT LJ IVlUll nervous debility,stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted for business or study, caused from youthful errors orcxcesses, you should consult this specialist at ouce. Don't delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD Lf A W VT wn—There are thousands of IVI All lYlIt U you troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmis takable signsof nervous debility. Manydieof this difficulty, Ignorant of (he cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. ATT TTTCI7 A OT7O of delicate nature— ALL DloC/XtOlliO inflammations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or inconvenience. fATARRU which poisons the breath, U/i I Al\nn stomach and lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, m fPftyAi Pa|nta I Ist—The doctor gives his personal attention to each Individual rtJW ruillls . case> 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 hU friends. UU-U|. your troub.’cs if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond- WK ■ ■ Aduiess all letters, gi-. iv.g street and number plainly. Scud stamps, for lUi of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. The Public Demands a Pure and Wholesome Beer. r/jpr BREWS IT. n - Wf-ONEK/g 43 •xauca in or 2 1 j Dry Goods, Groceries, £ , Jfc* < Provisions, Canned S*t>re _ j * | Goods, Crockery, Flour, K ® iE-lh? j j Feed, Etc. Or wT Wan.va a. Frf Tuct* Tl.ro*.T DDTPPQ Hi 1 Battor .. h.,*d. LUTli'jOi liUOfitJ. VJ fyp/t jl Ui |tt tk* fifty fnw cksr|l. SCOTT 11 STREET UMiM G R O C E R HMiM Stock New i Fresh. Prices the Cheapest. ’DUHMr 1.4.0 Goods delivered to any part of the city, free. FOBEST CITY DRUG STORE. East Side Store —Cor. of Third i WEST S!bE PH/IRfISCT end Washington Sts. f oth First Avenue _____ • ■ PUREST FRESHEST • I>ureß * Med!C,neß always on hand. .DR UCSrS . ; Toilet Articles, Per Prescriptions FUlei nt hoars - t day C/ night. J hoar* of day or night. W. W. ALBERS, PROP. One Great Enjoyment of in life Is eating. Of course, the better quality the food the greater the enjoyment. Thus the place where you buy your Groceries and Provisions assists in determining if life is worth living. Fine Teas and Coffees, clean and fresh Dairy Batter, and Country Produce, fresh Eggs, fresh Sweet Cream ery Butter, best quailty of Canned Goods, and high grade Flour. Ar * * jnon * 016 •hi®** lb *t * re e**cnu*i. XX.- FRENCH. Keeps them. He is sole agent in this city for Chase & Sanborn's cele brated Seal Brand Coffees and Golden Rod Tea. 503 Third Street. —— Telephone 26. Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con* st itmiona 1 and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dlspepsia, Diarrhea and all dis eases of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKINBSESSSS Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. T A "nTUC—If you are suffering from per* JLrii/ir.O sisteut Headache, Painful Men struation, Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend your household and social obligations. There are many women doing this to-day. Ilowever, a great many have taken treatment of this specialist, and he can refer you to those who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. He can give all the encouragement in the world and will cure you if you trust your* self to his care.