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0., M. * BT. r. RAILWAY. Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt. Paul Hail way pas senger trains leave Wausau a.- follows: NORTH. Daily, except Bandays 9:05 a. m. Daily, except Bondays- ..- 7 :)5 p. m. Bandays 12:45 p. m. Accommodation. 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. B. Goodri ch , Agen t. CHISAGO AMD NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Wausan Wausau "1 2:42 a.m. 1:09 a.m. Oshkosh, Fond da Lac. ! 7:40 a. m. 3:06 a.m. Milwaukee and Chicago, f 12:45 p. m. 11:55 a.m. 1 11:15 p. m. 9:37 p.m. AnUgo, Rhinelander. Harley and Ashland, [ i 1;15 m ; aimin’. r ) 1:09 a. m, 2:42 a. m. Marshfield, St. Paul, ; 10:00 a.m. Minneapolis and west f 11:55 a. m. 4 :S0 p. m. J 9:37 p. m. 10:35 p. n?. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15 p. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago- Train tawing at 1:09 a. m. has sleeper and re clining chair car for Bt. Paul and Minneapolis. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor tant points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. D. MoNauqhton . Agent. ATTORNEYS. Bump, Kreutzer dr Roseaberrj. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Waassa, Wim, oorner of Third and Jefferson streets—Hsinemann building. Monry to Loan iu large or small amounts. Collection a specialty. FRED GENRICH. A TTC RNEY AT LAW. Office in First National **• Bank Building, Wansan, Wie. MYLREA & BIRD. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wansaa, Wis- Office “ over Marathon Cenaty Bang. H. B. HUNTINGTON. A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Third street, n oppoeita the Court Heaee. JOHN C CLARKE. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Office corner of J Third and Washington streets. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. PHYSICIANS. DR. G. R. BUGBEE. Office over Bueler & Berkholder’s Cigar Store, Third Street, Reeidence 526 Jackson Street. DR. KANO USE, IJOMCEPATHETIC Physician end Surgeon. 1 1 Office and residence 517 Grant street. Telephone 62. DR. S. M. B. SMITH. Office and reeidence above E. Speer’s Jew elry Store. Office hours—9 to 12 a. m., 1:80 to 4 and 7toßp. m. Telephone No. 147. L. M. WILLARD. AT. D. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT Offiea Hears—• to 13 a. m. 2to •p- m. T to *p. m. gaadan- • to U a. m. A. W. Berch, Osleopall and CWropractic. No. 313 Third St., Over Dunbar's store. F. A. HXEBS, •U*M***| DENTIST. )rnoa—PafFs Block—2l6 Third St- IU TMI LATEST METHODS. B. H. CONLIN, DENTISI H. WHEELER, General Insurance Agent, Wausau, Wis. Seprent the beet and most reliable companies liate as low ae the nature of the risk allow Jffioe In Marathon Coouty Bunk building. MORGAN BROS. K'jjpvnt Rigs furnished on short notice. Hoarding by the day or week. Trice* the Terr lowest. Mot’lellan Bt. 'Phone 66. Wm. Bauch, Wi ~~ Holster Bcggy Triiir an<’ Manufacturer of and Dealer in Awnings, Flags and Banting. Foot of Washington St. t'arriaees. Hnggit. Sofas. Hookers, Easy Chairs, Etc., Upholstered, Repaired and Trimmed. Pool and Billiard Tables. Repaired as Good as New. Pa rnptc Fitted, Sewed and Laid in a Super vai jicts j or Manner. Siiecisl attention is giren to the ftrin* or of (HHree,'Room*. Etc ; to Yan Willing to pcrchaae jour footwear of us, if you can buy ckeap i er than at any other place . h the city ? You can, if yon will, Answer thin Slpplt Qkeslfoi) . “yen” and then call on > Mueller & Quandt. i taMSHkIME CITY NOTES. The Climax Laundry. That’s all. C. A. Banvig, of Mayville transacted business in Wausau on Wednesday. L. E. Spencer, M. D., office in &1< - Crossen block opposite the Post Office. Mrs. A. R. Bardeen, who has been ill for the past week is able to be about again. The corner stone for the Masonic Temple of Stevens Point, was laid last Tuesday. Miss Martha Buntruck, who has been very ill for the past few weeks is slowly improving. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German Spe cialist and surgeon, will be at Beilis House, Oct. 9th. The Fraternal Alliance will give a picnic at the fair ground park on Sun day, Sept. 30th. Dr. Trevitt was laid up with sickness a goodly part of last week. He is out again and improving. To Rent—A large furnished room with furnace heat, gas and use of bath. Address “M” Pilot office. Anew arc light has been put on the corner of Warren and Seventh streets. It is a great improvement. Prof. Plaulz, of Lawrence University will preach in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning and evening. The large six-inch hydrant, corner of Third and Scott streets, is now in place. There are three hose attachments on same. Rev. Werhahs preached his tir* ser mon in St. Stephen’s church last Sunday morning, aft. r an absence abroad for many weeks. Do you want shingles ? At Barker & Stewart’s mill you can find the Michi gan white cedar and Washington red shingles. None better. People who burn the Lamp of Reason need Rocky Mountain Tea. Greatest reason producer known. 35. Ask druggist W. W. Albers. Morris Lipski has just received a hair picking machine with which he is going to renew hair and moss mattresses, that need attention, just give him a call. Albert W. Grant of this city has re cently been promoted to lieuteuant commander. This is an office in the navy which corresponds to that of major in the army.—Stevens Point Journal. The Haywood Celebrities were at the the Opera House on Wednesday even ing. It was one of the very best musi cal organizations that has visited Wau sau. Like all things that are extra nice, only a small audience turned out. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly gave a very pleasant “black heart” party last Thursday night in honor of their visit ing guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. Crane of Negauuee, luieh Mrs. C. C. Yawkey and Judge Silverthorn carried off the h*nors. Mrs. Clara Boetcher practical mid wife, Fifth street, next to the German Lutheran church. Continements and all other kinds of sickness taken at the house. Telephone connection., 022-tf. West Superior is the second city in the state, having a population of 31,091. In 1890, Superior only had 11,983, hence the gain has been enormous. Racine s the third in size showing a poptila t! in of 29,108. Oshkosh has to take fourth place with 28,284. There was a meeting of the Marathon County Telephone Company on Wednes day. Those in attendance from out of town were Messrs. F_ A. Strupp, A. W. Puchner and W. F. LaDu. They say that the liue will be iu readiness to get in the election returns. A special from Iron River, to the Milwaukee Sentinel of Saturday con tained the following: Theodore Hart, of Wausau, fell from a scaffold 100 feet high and broke his jaw and one leg in two places. He was taken to a hospital iu West Superior, where ft is thought he will recover. Last week we annouucetl that Johu Okenowski was among those who were going to attend the University of Wisconsin this year. This was a mis take, John was graduated from the law department of the University last June, and has sinee been practicing law in Wausau. He has rooms with Mynea & Bird. J. Bascom Bobbins, the young man, who shot Fenelon, at Rhinelander, was brought to Wausau last Thursday even ing to have his bail lixed by Judge Sil vertborn. He was taken before the Judge on Friday morning and bail was lixed at $7,0u0. The prisoner being un able to furnish same he was taken back to Rhinelander. Last week, The St. Paul Railway Company placed a flagman, perma nently, on Sixth street, where the road crosses. This makes live flagmen the company have in Wausau and besides the St. Paul aud North Western Com pany hire one together to attend to the crossing at the foot of Washington St. “Down Mobile" was greeted with a foil house on Friday evening, and was highly enjoyed by all who attended. The scenic effects were beautiful to be hold and were on a par with such plays of Liueolu Cartel as “Under the Dome,” “Fast Mail,” "Flaming Arrow,” etc. Mr. Cone is giving his patrons the best there is on the road. This office has received a souvenir number of the Uleowood Tribune, which is published by Chas. J. Augus tin, formerly on the “Central Wiscon sin," of this city. It is gotten up in book form, on book paper and is highly illustrated aud well printed. Mr. Au gustin has shown commendable enter prise in the work and it is a great credit to Glenwood and cannot help but be of great beteti* to that section of Wis consin. Chas. Oestrich of Harrison, Marathon county, was awakened during the night on Tuesday last by a sledge hammer dealt by his supposed friend and em ploye, Meyer Hoff. After striking a number of blows Hoff fled, according to Oc>tricJ*’ story, and has not been seen since. Oestrich was brought to Autigo ou Wednesday w here Dr. Doyle treated his wounds. He had bad gashes, one oh the back of the neck, two ou the head, one on the arm, and one on the hand. The men lived alone and no motive is knowu for the deed. It is possible that Hoff was suffering from a tit of temporary insanity. There is an air of mystery surrounding the affair that will not be cleared up ti u Hoff is I found.—Autigo Republican. R. Lyon, Dentist, will make Gold, Aluminum or Rubber Plates. Janke A Weise, If you want anything in the line of cabinet making, it will pay you to get our prices before ordering elsewhere. VVe are able to make anything from a Kitchen Table to a H mdsome 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. irfp Look at this “Ad” and then make a trial purcu ase at the store of @ HERMAN LEMKB eCK for anything in the line of Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.. Ha stock is ahrajß fresh and prices the lowest. ; Jackson St., between Third and Fourth. HE UPHOLSTERING 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 RJI AD DI O I mCM/ I Establishment, Third Street, iVI UII HI b Urblxl. STOVES LARGEST STOVES SIOVES STOCK STOVES STOVES ’ STOVES STOVES LOWEST STOVES STOVES PRICES, STOVES STOVES . , t ’„t STOVES STOVES LA to STOVES STOVES - DESIGNS, STOVES AT JAMES MONTGOMERY’S. Jwo Ideals” on which you can trust SOLD ONLY AT LEYENH/JQEN’S, RAMBLERS, Heaflparters CLIPPERS, ACME, and several others. Repair Shop h Livery 612 Third Street. Telephone 285. f *s VETERINARY SPECIFICS A. A. > FEVERS. Congestions, Inflamma cures S turns. 1.11112 Fever, .Milk Fever. 3. B. I SPRAINS. Lameness, Injuries, cures j Rheumatism. r.igORB THROAT. Ruinsy, Epizootic. cures 5 Distemper. WORMS. Rots, Grubs. E. K. (COUGHS. Colds. Influenza. Inflamed cures ) Lungs. Pleuro-Pneumonia. F. F. (COLIC, Bellyache. Wind-Blown. cures > Diarrhea. Dy sealery. G. Prevents .MISCARRIAGE. euros 1 KIDNEY A BLADDER DISORDERS. I. I. i SKIY DISEASES. Manse. Eruptions, cures) ITeers. Grease. Farcy. J. R, ( B \D CONDITION, Staring Coat. cures i Indigestion, Stomach Staggers. 80c. each: Stable Case, Ten Specifics, Book, Ac.. $!. At druggists or sent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Medicine Cos., Cor. William & John Sts.. New York. Veterinary Mzxtxl Sent 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 rial,or special package with powder, for S3 Sold by Druffiit*, or *e*t poet-paid cm receipt of price. HLXNUUYS'B&ft. CO.,Cor.UIU * Job* St*., New York 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 Bust of J. E. Zte&hys Residence. 1 Ice! Ice i P. O. MEANS, - ie Kir 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 and Putting it in Refrigerator during the Season, SI.OO Extra. * CSpOrders Left at Residence or Sent by Mail will have Prompt Attention. Send in Your Orders Early. 00 NOT BOY A Range, Cooking or Heating Stove of Any Kind ...Until You Examine They Are The Most Durable, Convenient and Economical. Eoery One Guaranteed Perfect. Ful line of HEATERS. \Full I re of RANGES. GENERAL HARDWARE. R. BAUMANN, Thiid Street. YELLOWSTONE PARK and ALASKA. Extended tours under the management of THE AMERICAN TOURIST ASSOCIATION, Reau Campbell, Gen. Man, 14:28 Marquette Building. Chicago, 111.. Pullman Sleeping and Dining Car* leave Chicago Tuesday. August Tth and 31st. at 10 p. m. via CHICAGO, MIL WAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. Tickets Include All Expenses Everywhere. Address Geo. 11. lleaforo. General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. CMS. DURKE. Contractor and lose MOVER. All work promptly and earafally *ttaM t* mi rßnto’*d Also team work lmW rriakl prio—. Cal! •-a or add ram me awHAliau oa Seott him. four doora.am* DRAY LINE C. H. WEGNER, Prop. la ■■■kiifia t4e ellkiwda aedraytag.—^ rtw BM iwinutli mtd HtWMtiaa md- AH Mka pnwytl) mrm li It* A akar. ti Ik* paCrtmaaß ctf tk* pakkha ta -m,, muyij PERSONAL ITEMS. Movements of Those at Home and of Those Who Come Here From Abroad. —Willis LaDu, of Mosinee, was in W ausau on Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ryan have re turned home from Madisou. —H. G. Flieth, was over to Minne apolis on business, last Friday. —Mr. and Mrs. John Livermore at tended the state fair last week. —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Souger, of Mosi nee, spent Saturday in the city. —Miss Grace Bock is now at Apple ton, attending Lawrence University. —George Silverthorn was in Milwau kee last week attending the state fair. —Mrs. C. C. Yawkey and Miss Mate Manson departed for Chicago last even ing. —Mrs. George Hart, left for Chicago Wednesday. She returned Saturday evening. —Albert Aithen, John Donnelly and Frank Osswald were at the state fair last week. —Newman Beilis left Monday for St. John’s Military Aeademy to resume his studies. —F. L. Hud sou lias returned from Chicago, where lie h..d been purchas ing dry goods. —Miss Lillian Rice departed jester day for Green Bay, where she will visit for several weeks. —Ralph MeCrossen who lias been out at Edgar for some time, arrived jtf Wausau Saturday. —Mrs. A 11. Grout returned on Sat urday evening from a short visit with friends in Chicago. —Mrs. W. H. Mylrea left for Chicago last evening, where she will visit a few days with her parents. —John Norton and Rex Brown left Saturday for Plover, where they will enjoy an outing of several days. —James MeCrossen has returned from Minncssota, where he had been looking after his farm interests. —Jay MeCrossen arrived in Wausau Thursday from Edgar, where he has been at work for the past two months. —Miss Mabel Single, of Antigo, ar rived in Wausau Tuesday. She will attend the Wausau Business University. —W. W. Albers returned home from Milwaukee on Thursday. He left his brother improving from his late illness. —Mrs. Judge Miller and Miss Nina, returned from Milwaukee on Saturday evening, where they attended the state fair. —Dr. D. LaCount and Mrs. D. T. Jones and children arrived home from Thunder Lake, iu Marinette County on Saturday. —Clareuce.Goodwillie leaves Wednes day for Chicago, where he will visit for a short time, before returning to his school in Lake Forest. —J. C. Fischer, of St. Paul, father of Mrs. P. A. Riebe, of this city, died on Thursday last after a protracted illness. Dr. and Mrs. Riebe attended the funeral. —Mary S. Marson has returned home from her visit to St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Brownsville, Minn., and yesterday commenced her school iu the town of Stettin, Dist. No. 6. —Miss Nellie Dunbar left today for Yassar College, where she will re sume her studies for the comiug year. She was accompanied as far as Chicago by Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar. —Max Slimmer departed for Europe yesterday. He will sail on the 20th from New York on the steamer Bis mark. He will attend school the com ing winter at Munich, Saxony. —Benjamin Single, who has been spending the past two weeks in Wau sau, departed this morning for Beebe’s resort, near Minocqua. He will remain there several days and then return to his home iu Ripon. —Miss Julia Iloefli ger, of Wausau, joined her sisters, Misses Anna and Antoinette, here last Thursday and all spent the balance of the week at the Waupaca Lakes, leaving for home Monday afternoon.—St. Pt. Gazette. Doctor Yourself at Home. Send for a free copy of Dr. Hum phreys’ Manual, giving treatment and cure of the sick iu all ailments. Hum phreys’ Company, P. O. Box 1810, New York. A TRINITY OFJJMITED TRAINS. Three more popular and better trains than the “limiteds” on the Northern Paeilic it would be hard to find. The largest and most costly of these is the now thoroughly known “North Coast Limited.” This train covers the dis tance between the Twin Cities and the head of t.ie lakes, and Puget Sound points, in less thau 09 hours. It is the most completely appointed train in the northwest, and with its electric lighted, steam heated, steel platformed, wide vestibuled equipment of new day coaches; tourist and Pullman first class sleeping, dining and new and unique observation cars, it is well called the Crack Train of the Northwest. The “Copper City Limited” is the pride of Montana. It runs daily be tween Butte, the great mining city and Hamilton, in the beautiful Bitter Root Valley, covering a distance of 172 miles and passing tiftough Anaconda and Missoula. This is a daylight train, painted iu green and copper and has he greatest reputation of any train in Montana for comfort, speed and ac curacy in maintaining its schedule. The “Lake Superior Limited” is the well known and reliable train between the “'J win Cities” and the “Head of the Lakes” on the Northern Pacific’s new acquisition, the “Duluth Short Line.’j For v* ars the people of St. Paul, Min neapolis, Duluth and Superior hbve been accustomed to using this tran under the old regime of the St. Paul & Duluth R. R . as they have been used to eating their daily bread. This train is hauled by new and massive engines of the Atlantic type having driving wheels of 78 ihches diameter, and they are the only locomotives of this kind in the Northwest and are capable c' haul ing the train at a speed of 75 miles an hour. When you travel in this region use : one of these N P. R. trains and you ! will laugh at the other fellows who don’t. s4-tf j Harper WhioK-y Received Gold Medal. (Speeial Dispatch.) Paris. Aug. 25. American whiskies received the official approval of the exposition today, wffien Gold Medal was awarded to Bernheim Bros., Louisville, Ky.. <o their I. W. Harper whiskey. Sold in Wausau by Al. Cook, Delaney & Struck, Mark G. Beilis. Excursion Tickets to New London Fair at New London. Wis . Via the North-Western line, will be sold at reduced rates. September 24 to 27, limited to September 28. Apply to agents Chicago Ac North-Western Ry. EARNED, NOT BOUGHT. Such is the Reputation of “The Little Conqueror” in Wausau. How hard it often is to earn and maintain a good reputation, and how easy it is to lose one. a man’s reputation, so it is with other things in life. Some things achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are founded on intrinsic value. They face the public backed up by honesty, and work their w r ay quietly but thoroughly. Wausau people want no better proof of the merit than is contained in the fol lowing experience of a citizen: Mr. Carl J. Wartmann, of 205 Wash ington street, with his father, dealer in meat, poultry, etc., at the above ad dress, says: “I was compelled to take medicines a number of times for my kidneys. I think that catching cold going in out the ice box w hen I was over heated, may account for the nviune, for whenever I caught cold always settled in my kidneys and caused a lame aud aching back. I had an attack more paiuful than usual, and procuring Doan’s Kidney Pills at Al bers’ drug store I used about half a box. I did not need to continue the treat ment any longer for my back stopped aching.” For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name, Doan’s, and take no substite. Notice of General Election. STATES OF WISCONSIN, > Marathon county ) ss- Notice is hereby given that a genera, election is to be held in the several towns, wards, vil lages and election districts, in Marathon county, on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon day, being the Otli day of November, 1900, at which are to be elected the officers specified herein in accordance with the substanee of a notice received from the seeretarv of state, to wit : Twelve electors of president and vice presi dent of the United States. A governor, iu place of Edward Scofield, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, A. D. 1901. A lieutenant governor, in place of Jesse Stone, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1901. A secretary of state, in place of William 11. Kroehlich, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1901. A state treasurer, in place of James O. David son. whose term of office will expire on the first Monday, of January, A. D. 1901. An attorney general, in place of Emmet R. llieks, whose term of office will expire on toe first Monday of January, A. D. 1901. A state superintendent, in place of Lorenzo D, Harvey, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, A. I). 1901. * A railroad commissioner, in place oFGrab&m L. Rice, whose term of office will expire the first Monday of J antiary, A. D. 1901. A commissioner of insurance, in place of Emil Giljohann. whose term of office will ex pire on the first Monday of January, A. 1). 1901. A representative in congress for the Ninth Congressional District, consisting of the coun ties of Clark, Taylor, Price, Ashland. Oneida, Lincoln, Marathon, Shawano, Langlade, Forest, Florence, Marinette, Oconto. Vilas and Iron. A member of assembly for the First Assembly District of Marathon county, consisting of the towns of Bergen, Berlin, Brighton, Cassell, Cleveland, Day, EauPleine, Emmett, Frankfort, Halsey, Hamburg, Holton, Hull, Johnson, Maine, Marathon, McMillan, Mosinee, Rib Falls, Reit brock, Spencer, Stettin and Wein, and the villages of Marathon City, McMillan and Mosi nee, and the East ward of the city of Colby. A member of assembly for the Second Assem bly District of Marathon county, consisting of the towns of Easton, Eldron, Harrison, Hewitt, Knowlton, Kronenwetter, Norrie, Pike Lake, Plover, Texas, Wausau and Weston, and the city of Wausau. A county clerk, in place of William J. Gehrke, whose term expires on the first Monday iu Jan uary, A. D. 1901. A comity treasurer, in place of Anton Mehl, whose term expires on Monday in Jan uary. A. D. 1901. * A sheriff, in place of Thos. Malone, whose term expires on the first Monday in January, A. 1). 1901. A coroner, in place of W. C. Dickins, whose term expires on the first Monday in January, A. D. 1901. A clerk of circuit court, In place of A. A. Bock, whose term expires on the first Monday in January, A. D. 1901. A district attorney, in place of 11. H. Manson, whose term expires on the first Monday in Jan uary, A. D. 1901. A register of deeds, in place of Edward C. Kretlow, whose term expires on the first Mon day in January, A. D. 1901. A county surveyor, in place of W. N. Allen, whose term expires on the first Monday in Jan uary, A. D. 1901. A connty superintendent, (except for the city of Wausau) in place of John F. Lainont, whose term expires the first Mondi.y in January, A. D. 1901. In accordance with section 1 if article XII, of the constitution of the state of Wisconsin, the folk .ving joint resolutions adopted by the legis lature of the state of Wisconsin at the regular session of 1899, are made a part of the foregoing notice, to-wit: (No. 9, S.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1. Proposing to amend section 10, of article 8 of the constitution of Wisconsin, relating to good roads. Resolved, by the senate, the assembly con curring, That section 10, of article 8, of the con stitution of Wisconsin. be amended by adding thereunto the following : The stte may, however, appropriate money to be raised by taxation and not In any wise to co\;st. iute a public debt, to be used in the cons' ruciton or improvement of public high ways, ruch construction or improvement to be made in the manner provided law. (No. 12, 8.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 8. Proposing an amendment to article XIII, of the constitution of the state of Wisconsin, to prohibit the pass system. Resolved, by the senate, the assembly concurring, That article XI It of the constitution be amended by adding anew section, to be numbered aud read as follows: Section 11. No person, association, co-part nership or corporation shall promise, offer or give, for any purpose, to any political com mittee, or any member or employee thereof, to any candidate for, or incumbent of any office or position under the constitution or laws, or under any ordinance of any town or municipali ty, of this state, or to any person at the request or for the advantage of all or any of them, Hny free pass or frank, or any privilege withheld from any person, for the traveling accommo dation or transportation of any person or prop erty, or the transmission of any message or communication. No political committee, and no member or employee thereof, no candidate for and no incumbent of any office or position under the constitution or laws, or under any ordinance of any town or municipality of this state, shall ask for, or accept, from any person, association, co-partnership or corporation, oi use, in any manner, or for any purpose any free pass or frank, or any privilege withheld from any person, for the traveling accommodation or transportation of any person or property, or the transmission of any message or communication. Any violation of any of the above provisions shall be bribery and punished as provided by law, and if any officer or any member of the legislature be guilty thereof, h.s office shall be come vacant. no person within the purview of this act shall be privileged from testifying in relation to anything tbereiu prohibited: and no person having so testified shall be liable to any prose cution or punishment for any offence concern ing which he was required to give hi, testimony or produce any tSbeamenttry evidence. The railroad commissioner and hisdeputy in the dis charge of duty are excepted from the provisions of tfii- miu-ndme:?. (No. 16, A.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 13. Proposing an amendment to article 11, of the constitution of WitK-onnin. giving the legislature power to pass a general baniciug law. Resolved by the assembly, and the senate eonenmng. That article 11, of the constitution of the suite of Wisconsin be and is hereby amended, by substituting for sections t and 5 thereof, a ne’w section to be known as section 4 and reading as follows ; Section t. The legislature shall have power to enact a general banking law for the creation **7 Dans*, and for the regulation arid supervision of the banking business, provided that the vote ot iwo-thirds of all the members elected to each house, to be taken by yeas and nays, be in favor of the passage of such’iaw. (No. 21, 9.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 16. Proposing an amendment to section I. of article 10. of the constitution of the state of Wisconsin relating to education. Resolved by the senate, the assembly con curring. That section 1. of article 10. of the constitution of the state of Wisconsin be amend ed so as to read as follows: Section I. The supervision of public ibstruc j lion shall be vested In a state superintendent and such othet officers as the legislature shall I direct: and their qualifications. i#owers. duller and compensation shall be prescribed by law. The slate superintendent shall be chosen by the qualified electors at the same time and in the same man er * members of the supreme court, and shall bold this office for four years from the succeeding first Monday it July. The state superintendent chosen at the general election in November. lWri. shall hold snd con tinue in his office until the first Monday in July, Whfi, and his successor shall be chosen at the time of the judicial election In April, ISUfe. The term of office, time and manner of electing or appointing all other officers of supervision of public Instruction shall be fixe<l by law. Givers under my hand and offi< ,al seal at the city or Wausau. Marathon county, this 21st day of August. A. D. 29UC. W . J. GEHRKE. County Cierk Michigan w hile cedar anti Washing ton red cedar shingles, at Barker & Stewart’s mil!. DR.TBRBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST nl SURGEON has visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARS, Once a Month, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Oct. 9 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. ONE MONTH ONLY. UR. turbin, In Specialist CUBES pMKmMM % PRO,IISES • every AEL m W RESPECT, AND THE OHBONIO DOCTOR HAS AMONG HIS OASES. patrons some of "VV” H Y *? THE MOST PROMINENT .ECAUM HE .IVES HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION WHO * RE M,S TO THESE CASES. N " BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VnUNP \TT?WTfvou are troubled with lUUITU IYIC.II nervous debility.stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted Tor business or •tudy.caused from youthful errors or excesses, you should consult this specialist at once. Don't delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD M A Wlf T WT1 —There are thousands of -t"!rtit IVlit U you troubled with weak, aching- backs and kidneys and other unmis takable signs of nervous debility. Many die of this difficulty,ignorantof thecause. Themost obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. ATT TITQT? A CT7C of delicate natare— lyl-iLj UIOHrIOHO inflammations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or inconvenience. F A T A R R TT whlc,t poisons the breath, OxT 1 r\illill stomach and lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, A Few Points ! lst— Thcdoctor ? ives his personal attention to each Individual 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 are his friends. Write your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond w enceand medicine sent asdlrected. Absolute secrecy lit all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN. 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, HI. The Public Demands a Pure and Wholesome Beer. BrLETTITS IT. „ crrns. H. WEQNER, We gnat's • BAtjn is the brst i Dry Goods, Groceries, General mt j Provisions, Canned < Goods, Crockery, Flour, injlte_ j p eed< Ptr City of Wansa a. Fr..li Egg. *d Ezo.U.mt T nWPOfP DDTPFO Batter always om hisr.it. iiUlrllul ililUiaUi Q**4. deliver** to r y prt ef Ik. city frss ef ehargs. SCOTT Jl STREET Bg&g&mBB G R O C E R mmmmm Stock New A Fresh. Prices the Cheapest. ipu nN r lAO Goods delivered to any rnuliL, part of the city, free. FOREST CITY DRUG STORE. Store-Cor. of Third J WEST SIBE PHARMACY *nd Washington Sts. , M 4 _ ______ • ■ PUREST & FRESHEST • * >urest ' Medicines always on hand. .JDRUGrS. ; Toilet Articles, Per- ' fumery, £tc.~^ > Prescriptions Filled af hours— f „ , , . . . . m PrwirnptioDii compounded i aaj' ZX night. hoar* of day or night. W W. ALBERS, PROP! One Great Enjoyment *£ 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 Butter, and Country Produce, fresh Eggs, fresh Sweet Cream ery Butter, best quality of Canned Goods, and high grade Flour. among the thing* that arc eiwentuU. 3EI. FRENCH. Keeps them. He is sole agent in this city for Ciiask & Sanborn’s cele brated Seal Brand Coffees and Golden Rod Tea. 503 Third Street —— Telephone 26. ivlver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con. Ultntional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Ristula. Dispepsia, Diarrhea and all dis eases of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKINBEX?.2Sa Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. T A TITTi'C' -1 y° u are suffsrin ß * ro,n per* Li/li/ii.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 tc-day. However, 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.