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bestores VITALITY
THE of Me *
GHJI A.T
frhn'ob mnvnaPT
produces the above remits In 30 days. It seta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fall
Young men will regain their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by using
REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness. Lost Vitality, Impotency. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion,
which unfits one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but
if agrsat nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink glow to pale cheeks andre
storing the fire of yoath. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO. no
other. It can be carried in vest pocket. By mall
SLOO per package, or six for •5.00, with a post
Mve written guarantee to cure or rehind
the money. Book and advise free. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE (^^SSBSStS^
For sale in Wausau, Wis., by Wilter
ding & Stephany.
Travelers Me,
0., M. A ST. P. RAILWAY.
Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Kailway pas
senger trains leave Wausau as follows:
NORTH.
Daily, except Sundays 9:00 a. m.
Dailj. except Sundays- 7:15 p. m.
Sundays .... 12:45 p. m.
Accommodation- 2:50 p. m.
SOUTH.
Daily, except Sundays- 7:15 p. m.
Daily, except Sundays 10:35 a. m.
Close connections are made with 10:35 a. m.
train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and
Northern Illinois.
Through tickets on sale and baggage checked
to destination.
K. Goodrich, Agent.
OHIOAOO AND SOUTHWESTERN BAILWAY.
Leave Arrive
Wansan Wansan
] 2:45 a. in. 1:29 a.m.
Oshkosh, Fond da Lac. i 7:35 a. ra. 3:10 a.m.
Milwaukee and Chicago, f 12:35 p. m. 12W p.m.
J 11:15 p. m. 9:57 p.m.
Antigo, Khinelander, “•
Hurley and Ashland
1 1:29 a. m. 2:45 a.m.
Marstiliehl, St. Paul, 10:00 a.m.
Minneapolis and west 12:04 p. m. 4:30 p.m.
J 9:57 p. m. 10:40 p.m.
Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15
p. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago-
Train leaving at 1:29 a. m. has sleeper and re
clining chair car for St. Puul and Minneapolis.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor
tant points in the United States, Canada and
Mexico,
D. MoNaughton.Agent.
ATTORNEYS.
Kreutzer, Bird dr Rosenberry.
A TTOKNEYS AT LAW, Wausau, Wis., corner
of Third and Jeffeison streets —Heineinann
building. Money to loan in large or small
amounts. Collection a specialty.
BUMP, MARCHETTI <fc BUMP.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Offices, 312 Second Street. Telephone No.
178.
FRED GENRICH
A TTORNKY AT LAW. Office in First National
Hunk Building, Wausau, Wig.
W. H. MYLREA.
ATTORN! YK AT LAW, Wants*. Wis. Office
**■ over Mamth.u Caaaty lisak.
H. B. HUNTINGTON.
A TTOKNEI AT LAW. Offica on Third straet,
** opposite the Court Heasa.
NEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADT
FRED (iENBICH, District Attorney.
BROWN, PRADT & GENRICH.**
A 'rTORNEYS AT LAW. Practice in all courts.
Offices over First National Bank.
F. A WALTERS, M. D.,
CURD EON and HOMEOPATHIC PIIYBI
CIAN. Special attention given to (iynae
cology and Orihcial Surgery. Telephone 18.
Office and residence 020 Third street. Office
hours from 12 to 2:30 and evenings.
DR. A. L. BROWN.
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over
1 Mueller & Quandt's shoe store. Residence
over E. V. Speer’s jewelry store. Telephone con
nection. Special attention given to diseases of
women and children.
DR. G. R. BUGBEE.
Office over Bneler A Rerkholder’s Cigar Store,
Third Street, Residence 528 Jackson Street.
DR. KANOU.SE.
I_fOMIEPATHETIC Physician and Surgeon.
1 1 Office and residence 517 Grant street.
Telephone 62.
L. M. WILLARD, M. i).
EYE, EAR. NOSE & THROAT
Offiaa Heart —t to 12 a. m.
2 to tp. a.
T to Ip. a.
■aadaia—-• to 11 i. a.
b. h. conun, actum
F. A. PXEBisJ,
-**H 1* tfrt-tfrC**
DENTIST.
Ivnei — PaflTs Block —216 Third St
AU TNI LATEST METHODS
A. W. Berch,
Osleopatl and Cliropractic.
No. SIS Third St.,
Over Dunbar's store.
~ PHILIP PHAN,
AreMtect aid
SipM
Office in WpIUJUH Win
McCrossen Block. nQUMB, If 10,
/lw\
/ HARPER \
/ KENTUCKY \
WHISKEY I
\ for Gentlemen /
\ who cherish /
Solti by D. H Brands.
CITY NOTES.
Clirntx laundry. That’s all.
Have your piano tuned by Leonard
L. Fraser. Leave orders at Janies’
Music Store.
A number of the other mail carriers
have followed Job Vaughn's example
of wearing shirt waists.
The Standard Stock Cos. played the
first three nights of the past week to
fair sized audiences at the Opera House.
Several hundred boys’ suits will be
given aw ay for the next few days at
Seim Bros., at prices the lowest ever
offered in Wausau.
The Jolly Comrades give a dance at
Kroeniug’s hall on the evening of July
4th and the Clerks’ association will give
one at Castle hall on the same date.
Don’t get side-tracked in business.
Dullness sometimes p:isses for death.
Men with brains reach the goal. Rocky
Mountain Tea puts gray matter into
one’s head. 35 cents. W. W. Albers.
A class of six graduated from the
Schofield school Saturday evening.
The diplomas were presented by Cos.
Supt. J. F. Lamont and quite a number
from the city attended the exercises.
Will. Breitkreutz, Wm. Berger and
Fred Weise, composing the Board of
Review, commenced folding sessions
yesterday at the city hall for the pur
pose of making an examination of the
assessment roll, correcting errors in the
same, etc.
Frank McCullough, the tailor, has
moved his family and shop to the vacant
rooms iu the Ringle building, corner
Third and Washington streets. Bern
hard Riebe will occupy the rooms va
cated by the McCullough family over
Itiebe’s barber shop.
Otto Fehlhaber, appointed weed com
missioner at the last meeting of the
council has resigned and Mayor Mar
chetti has appointed in his stead Fred
Saager. Mr. Saager is to complete his
labors in twenty days’ time and a salary
of $2 per day is fixed to the same.
Henry Stark, aged 43 years, died Sat
urday morning at his home in the town
of Stettin, after an illness of two months.
Funeral took place yesterday afternoon
at 1 o’clock from the German Methodist
church in the town of Rib Falls, in
terment also being made in that town.
M. C. Hyman, ex-mayor of Toma
hawk, was in the city last week and
while here rented the store formerly
occupied by Evenson, Builer & Cos., in
the Kickbuseh building. It is his in
tention to open up a line saloon iu the
same after July Ist for which he is now
making arrangements.
At the class day exercises held by the
State University at Madison last Tues
day, Paul W. Boehm, of this city, was
assigned the duty of delivering a fare
well address to the faculty. His ad
dress is said to have been a masterful
effort and created favorable criticism
among those who had the pleasure of
listening to it.
Dr. Rodermund, of Appleton, who
gained so much notoriety this spring
by rubbing small pox virus on himself
and children, has issued No. 1 Vol 1 of a
monthly magazine of 24 pages which is
“devoted to the education of the public
in the cause and prevention of disease.”
In it he terms doctors as the “greatest
humbuggers and criminals on earth.”
At a meeting held last Wednesday
by the board of regents of the State
University, appointments were made
for six professorships, one of which fell
to Otto Patzer, of this city. Mr. Patzer
had been offered a position as instructor
of French iu the lowa University but
passed it up to accept a similar one iu
the Wisconsin University. He is now
in Paris spending his summer vacation.
Interest is again being taken in min
ing operations about Knowlton. Sev
eral Wausau parties prospected iq that
vicinity several years ago but their
efforts in bringing any of the precious
metals from the earth was a failure.
The revival of the interest is through
the efforts of W. Alexander, who lives
there, autl who mined in California in
’49. He claims that gold abounds in
that section in paying quantities.
A decision has been handed down by
the supreme court confirming the action
of the circuit’court iu deciding against
Moses Kreider, in favor of the Wiscon
sin Pulp and Paper Cos. It will be
remembered that young Kreider w hile
at work iu the mill of this company at
Stevens Point some years ago was
wound around a rapidly revolving shaft
and sustained injuries. He later sued
the company for $20,000 damages.
A little son of Mr. amt Mrs. Wm.
Uaedke, residing at 80',’ Lincoln avenue,
was seriously wounded Thursday. He
in company with other boys were hav
ing a wild west show of their own on a
miniature scale and during the artillery
drill a toy cannon was fired oft' which
was loaded with shot. Young Gaedke
was standing in front of it at the time
and received the charge full in The
breast. Dr. Jones was called and
tlressed the wound.
Call on Thos. Delaney if you have
anything in the line of plumbing or gas
fittiug. All work will be promptly at
tended to. tf.
Dennis Donahue, living in the town
of Stottiu, early last week lost two head
of cattle which were struck by light
niug while standing in a pasture near
a wire fence. It happened at night and
was witnessed by several people. The
Kilt struck a wire fence, ran along one
wire for a distance, jumped to another
wire and followed the strand back,
crossed the road struck another wire of
a fence near where the cattle were
standing and killed the animals. The
wires were melted in places and sec
tions of it thrown in all directions,
sparks following the same causing a
meteoric display to be seen but once in a
life time.
Dr. Turbin, the eminent German Spe
cialist and suigeon will be at the Beilis
House, July 16.
.'.CHESTER’S ENGLISH
PILLS
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Safe. Always rviiN*. LMin. uk Proopst to?
I li!< HtSTI R S ESbLiSH in SMI and
• old metallic tvxes. wsded mJi blue rblc.
i il>tnulMr. Rrtuw dan(fr ukati
iaii,inu4 laiiiaiimk Buy of your Drmcrwt.
r M-.kl Ir. in Man-.fw tot PaniraUtv Tewtt
nunlalt ud - Krllrf for Ladln." w
rrlura Sail T,ir,iais. Sold by
all Procc-.d*.
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO.
UM ladlm Vun PHH.A.. PA
M—!■■ an imm
R. Lyon, Dentist, will make Gold, Aluminum or Rubber Plates.
PERSONALS.
Movements ot Those at Home and of
Those Who Come Here From
Abroad.
—C. H. Allen was down from Merrill
on Thursday on business.
—Miss Schuyler, went to Chicago on
Wednesday for a short visit.
—Mrs. John Johnson and Miss Alice
have been visiting for several days past
at Boyd.
—A. W. Pride, of the Tomahawk
Paper Mills Cos., was in the city last
Friday on a business mission.
—H. G. McCrossen went to Plum
Lake on Thursday to spend a few days
at his cottage with his family. He re
turned last evening.
—Mrs. F. Boiler returned home Fri
day evening from Ripon. She was ac
companied by her son, Fred, who has
been taking a course in theology at
Ripon college, and who graduated at
the completion of the past term.
—Mrs. B. Stewart Naglee, of Minne
apolis, arrived in Wausau last Thurs
day, after a few' days’ visit in Wausau.
She departed for M. H. Barnum’s sum
mer resort, on Lake Shishebogema,
where she intends to stay during the
hot months of summer.
—Herbert Warner, of Plum Lake,
was in the city last Tuesday, making
purchases for his summer resort on
that lake. Mr. Warner lias everything
arranged for the comfort of guests who
desire to visit this, the handsomest lake
of northern Wisconsin, and expects a
large number of guests this season at
his place.
WE HJkVE IT
MATT J. JOHNSON’S
Great Blood f Rheumatism Cure
Cures all kinds of __ Cures all kinds of
Rheumatism. 6088 Blood Trouble
Sixty eighty-eight.
Traveling representative for 11!) Monroe Street, Chicago, 111.,
Bradner Smith & Cos., Paper Makers. Jane 3, 1901.
MATT. J. JOHNSON CO., West Superior, Wis.
Genilemen:—l had suffered several years with rheumatism aDd had tried almost every remedy,
when a friend requested me to try 6080. I am now using the third bottle, n-nl the results are the
very beet, as 1 feel one hundred per cent better in health. I gladly recommend this wonderful 0088
to all suffering humanity. Yours very truly,
R. D. La MONT.
FREE TRIAL.—We guarantee 6088 to be free from all mercuries, irons, cocaines, opiates,
salicyltes, and all poisonous drugs. On taking half bottle and you are not satislied, return bottle
and your money will be refunded.
Guaranteed and for sale only by
W. W. Albers, Druggist, Wausau, Wis.
<gjsj3p TRUSSES!
Opposite Court House, NAFFZ. The Druggist.
Largest Assortment in the city.
f Su ™siLMILLINERY
Call in and look over the
l ELEGAINIT NEW LINE.
We are leaders and are
Anna W. Magnussen.
204 Third Street.
vu uy MftT i] CC ! Jt containßlU> s rit ’
Vi ’lv wt Does not injure the Teeth,
or Gums, 1 >ut improves them.
I Ai\L/ 1 * ill u Sweetens the Breath.
A trial will be convincing.
OOTH WE WARRANT OUR
TOOTH BRUSHES.
powder parflee’s Png Stare
Jarike & Weise, |A .
211 MAIN STREET WAUSAU.
CHdS. H. WEQNER,
nijai ui
ts the
bl st jj; t j Dry Goods, Groceries,
Gejrer&J < Provisions, Canned
j S? < Goods, Crockery, Flour,
j[ j Feed, Etc
City of t‘ _ _
Wansan. rk En, Exr*llat T fIWJPCffP DDTPPQ
Buttar always oa kaad. LU II DU i luluJlU.
k, I>< lirt •) Oi dl< liw W eXaqi
/-"X No matter how fast
you
you will nevcT be able to
gain any uniess you seek
Xy reliable places when out
1 trading. If you are ont
after
FURNITURE
you gain by baying it of
CHAS. HELKE,
• IV-SlB Pwrth St.
—Mrs. Geo. Kollock, of Merrill, visit
ed friends in Wausau last week.
—Miss Emmif Collins returned from
a week’s visit at Merrill on Thursday.
—Mrs. Mary Poor and Mrs. S. M.
Quaw have returned from their visit to
Chicago.
—W. H. Deakin and children have
been visiting for the past few days at
Mondovi.
—Fred Gilliam lias returned home
from a cruise in the woods of Northern
Wisconsin.
—Alex Craven has gone to Plum Lake
to spend a short time at the cottage of
H. G. McCrossen.
—Miss Liberty Strobridge and her
niece, Ruth Alexander, went to Merrill
on Thursday on a few days’ visit.
—Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beilis and son,
Neuman, returned home Thursday from
Delafield, Milwaukee and other points.
—Harry Miller, who had been visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller,
returned to Milwaukee Wednesday
evening.
—Messrs. S. M. Quaw, Joseph Reiser
and C. S. Curtis were subpoenaed to
testify in the Wunderlich ease, now
being tried at Rhinelander and they
left for that city on Friday morning.
—Clarence Goodwillie, who was grad
uated from Lake Forest Seminary last
week, has gone to attend the commence
ment exercises at Williams College,
from which institution of learning his
brother Arthur will graduate this week.
Clarence will also take the examination
at that college, preparatory to entering
the same next year. During his ab
sence he will visit the Pan-American
exposition.
CHURCH NOTES.
BAPTIST.
Rev. Adam Fawcett. Pastor.
Sunday School, 11:45 a m
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30.
Mission Sunday School on the West Side at 3
o’clock on Sunday afternoon.
Yonng people’s meeting at 6:45 p m.
Prayer meeting from 7 to 8.
METHODIST.
Her. Frank A. Pease, pastor.
Preaching at 10:30 am, and 7:30 pm, Sunday.
Sunday School at 12 o’clock.
Mission Snnday School, 618 Lincoln Ave., (off
6th street) 2:30 p m
West Side Mission in Markstrnm’s store, 3 p. m.
Junior League, Sunday at 3:30 p m
Epworth League. Sunday at 6:30 p. m.
The Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society will
meet with Mrs. W. L. Edmonds on Wednesday
afternoon.
UNIVERSALIS!.
The Ladies’ Aid Society will meet in the base
ment of the church on Friday aflernoon. The
gentlemen will be invited in to supper.
ST. JOHN’S CHURCH.
Rev. W. J. Cordick, Rector.
Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m.
Matins and Sermon at 10:30 a. tn.
Sunday-school and Rector's bible class, at 12 m.
Evensong and Sermon at 7:30 p. m.
The music at these services ie rendered by a
* vested choir of 20 voices.
Friday: Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m.
Choir rehearsal Saturday evening at 7:30.
Weekly > ake sale on Saturday’s, at French’s
St. Faith’s Guild meets at the rectory every
Friday afternoon.
f St. Vaitha’s Guild will meet with Mrs. J. P.
Briggs on Wcdutsday afternoon.
PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev S. N. Willson, D. D., pastor.
Preaching at 10:30 am, and 7 - 3 u pm, Sunday.
Sunday School at 12 m
Y P S O E meeting at 6:30 p m
Intermediate Y P 8 C E meeting, 6:30 p ra
J unior Y P S C E meeting at 3:00 p m
Sunday school at west side chapel every Sun
day at 3:00 o’clock.
Sunday school at the Hull Memorial Chapel
every Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
Teacher’s Bible study class every Monday
evening at 7:30
Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 instead of Thursday on account of
commencement.
In the morning there are plenty of free seats
for strangers, and all seats free in the e\ suing.
Theie will le no society this week.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST.
Sunday Seyviee 11 a. m.
Children’s Sunday School 12.00 m.
Wednesday evening meeting 7:45.
Reading rooms open daily from 1 to 4 p. nj., also
Tuesday and Friday from 7:30 to 9 o’clock p. m.
At Christian Science Rooms, 311 Third street—
Up stairs.
GERMAN M. E. CHURCH.
P.ev. H. F. Moeller, Pastor.
Preaching 10:15 a. m. and 7:80 p, m. Snnday.
Sunday School at 9:00 a. m.
Epworth League, Sunday at 7:00 p. in. and
Friday 7:30 p. m.
Junior Let.gue on Saturday at 11:15 a. m.
Prayer meeting in church at 7:30 p. m. Wednes
days.
GERMAN BAPTIST, 1212 SIXTH ST.
Rev. Albert Tilgner, pastor.
Proa hiug at 9:30 a m and 7‘30 p m
Sunday-School at 11 a m
Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday evening.
Women’s Missionary Society meets on the first
Wednesday of each month.
Y. M 0. A.
N. Campbell, Secretary.
Gospel meeting for men, at 1 p m, Snnday
Special singing.
Bible reading Tuesday at 8:30 p. m.
Bible class for ladies meets iu the Association
parlors every Monday afternoon at 4:15 Bharp.
Less Than Halfßates to San Francisco.
Personally Conducted
Special train, Chicago & North-Western
R’y leaves Milwaukee and other points
in Wisconsin, Monday, July Bth, under
auspices of State Epworth League.
Stopoverscn route will be made at Den
ver, Colorado Springs, Manitou, Garden
of the Gods, Pike’s Peak, Salt Lake City,
etc. Everybody interested should make
arrangements to join this personally
conducted party. Less than half rates
for the round trip from all points in Wis
consin. Privilege of returning differ
ent route from that going. Tickets
limited to August 31, 1901. Call on
agents for full particulars or address
W. B. Kniskeru, G. P. & T. A., Chicago,
111., for copy of folder containing de
taded arrangements and maps of Cali
fornia and San Francisco.
Dr. Rich, dentist, over American
Express ofiicc, Scott street.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of
[First publication June 11, last June 25.]
Probate Notice.
State of Wisconsin. County Court for Marathon
County —ln Probate.
Notice is hereby given that at the special term
of the county court to be held in and for said
connty, at the Conrt House in the city of Wau
san, in stiid county, on the first Tuesday, [being
the second day] of July, A. D. 1901, at lo o’clock
a. m.. the following matter will be heaid and
considered :
The application of Martin Kennedy for the
appointmi lit of Joseph Steppert of the city of
Wausau as administrator of tho estate of Carl
Summers, late of the town of Cassel in said
county, deceased.
Dated June 1, A. D. 1901.
By order of the court,
Leon ('. Midler. Register in Probate.
Kreutzer, Bird & Rossekbeky, Attorneys.
(First publication May 21, last June 25.)
SUMMONS.
Circuit C >ort, Marathon Connty.
Katherine Thanking, Plaintiff,]
vs. V
JosKPH Thanning, Defendant.)
The Stato of Wisconsin to the said defendant:
You are hereby summoned’ to appear within
twenty days after setvice of tikis summons, excla
sive of the day of srvice, arid defend the abovo
entitled action in tip- emi t aforesaid; and in
case of poor failure so to do, judgment will bo
rendered acainst jou according to the demand of
the complaint, now n file in the office of the
Clerk of the above named conrt.
Brown. Pradt & Gknbich,
Plaintiff’s Attornejs.
P. O. Address, Wan au, Marathon Cos., Wis.
For Bargains go to
New Paiijt aijd
Paper Store.
Wall paper 2e and upward. Mixed
paint 90c. $1.25 and $!.50 per gallon. A
large lot of remnants.
WALL PAPER CHEAP.
It will pay to look over iny line before
buying, as I can save you money. Lead
Oil, Turpentine. Varnishes, Brushes,
Glass. Putty, Artist's Material, Decorat
ing, Papering and Painting in all its
branches.
700 Third Street Wansan. Wis.
RUPTURE
Writ to the Mohawk Remedy Cos.,
Rome, N. Y. *cd they will tell yoo ho-sr yoa
can care yonr rupture or hernia and the
only way they can p shMj be oti red- Free
of charge-It wdi coet yen bat one cent,
don’t wait, yon will newer rerret it.
50 YEARS*
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T >>Et Mint's
'nHKt Designs
w TfTT* Copyrights 4c.
Anwne *en<tlr.* a aketrb and deedhrtton may
C!ck'y ascertain our opinion free whether an
lnrsn km is probably patentable. Cocr.montru-
Ucma sTictlyoTifldential. Handbook on Patent*
sent free. Oldest ayency for aecunnit patents.
PaU:.:s taken thronirh Maim k Cos. reeetre
spertal not**, wtthoot chanre. In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Ulnsrraied week)*. J-unreat ctr
n:i’i .n of any ecienuflc toaraa.. Terms. SI a
year: foai mootha. IL Setd by all newsdealers.
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CONVINCING PROOF.
The Average Wausau Citizens Must
Accept the Following Proof.
The great Sir Isaac Newton, one of
the most profound reasoners the world
ever produced, once cut a hole in a
board fence to allow a favorite eat ac
cess to two gardens, and cut a smaller
hole to allow her kitten to follow her.
The weakness manifested in Sir Isaac’s
action was due. to want of thought.
Any reader who mentally debates the
proof offered here about Doan's Kidney
Pills and arrives at any other conclu
sion than that stated in this citizen’s
statement, is as short of reasoning pow
ers as the philosopher when he turned
carpenter.
Mr. John Smith, of 116 Eveland
Court, Menominee, a stationary engin
eer, says: “I had symptoms of kidney
complaint for a long time and felt that
I ought to do something to better my
condition. It was not serious, yet it
annoyed me greatly especially when I
caught cold, for it always settled iu my
kidneys and made my back lame and
sore. It was hard for me to get down
to sit in a chair and equally hard to
rise. My back was weak and soon
tired out and ached if I stood long or
did much walking. When I saw Doan’s
Kidney Pills advertised to cure such
cases as mine I got a box at a drug
store and the remedy did just what was
claimed for it. In a short time all sym
toms of kidney ailment were removed.
Should it ever return I should look to
Doan’s Kidney Pills for l’elief. I can
confidently recommend them to any
one.”
Just such emphatic endorsement can
be had right here iu Wausau. Drop
into Albers’ drug store and ask what
his customers report.
For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents.
v oster-MiUburu Cos., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
| agents for the U. S. Remember the
name—Doan’s —and take no substitute.
PERSONALS.
—H. R. Allen and wife, of Merrill,
spent Friday in Wausau.
—Rev. It. G. Osborn, of Mosineo, was
in the city on Wednesday.
—F. C. Bissell and wife and sou, of
Edgar, were visitors to the county seat
Saturday.
—Jos. Chcsak was in the city Satur
day on his way from Madison to his
home at Poniatowski.
—Mrs. M. Nutter, of Pine ltivor,
visited iu the city Saturday with her
sister, Mrs. Jas. K. Nutter, and other
relatives.
—H. It. Fehland and Julius Thielman
were down from Merrill Saturday, dis
missing business affairs with Wausau
citizens.
—Mrs. Geo. J. W. Clark and son went
to Stevens Point yesterday morning,
where they will visit with the former’s
parents for the next six weeks.
—Ole Biller and wife departed Satur
day noon for Neenah, where they are
spending a few days, the former on
business the latter on a visit.
—W. L. Covey the soda water manu
facturer, returned Saturday evening
from a business trip to Minocqua and
other points to the northward.
—Attorneys A. H. Reid and Ed. M.
Smart, of Merrill, came down to Wau
sau Saturday for the purpose of trans
acting professional business.
—Mrs. Win. Reiser, of Merrill, was in
Wausau Saturday on her way home
from Bessemer, Mich., where she had
been called by the serious illuess of a
—Win. anti Miss Bertha Koppe re
turned home from Des Moines, la.,
Friday morning where tliey had been
attending the funeral of their sister,
Mrs. Wm. Mathias.
—The Misses Clara and Lizzie Peters
returned home Wednesday evening
from a month’s visit with relatives in
the East. They also visited the Pan-
American exposition.
—A.W. Bryant, manager of the Rhine
lander Telephone Cos., was in the city
Friday conferring with the manage
ment of the Wausau Telephone Cos.,
regarding business affairs.
—Mrs. E. 1). Pardee and family re
turned home from Madison on Friday
evening, whither they had gone to be
present at the graduating of Neely
Pardee from the State University.
—W. D. Kollock and daughters de
parted Saturday for Lone Pine, Portage
county, driving there by team. Mr.
Kollock will return in a few days while
the daughters will reniaiu for the sum
mer.
—Mrs. N. H. Brokaw, of Kaukauua,
arrived in the city last Thursday to
join her son and daughter who are
guests at the residence of W. L.
Edmonds. Mrs. Brokaw is a sister of
Mr. Edmonds.
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news item, remember Wn Tin
the Pilot’s telephone l’U* **”•
CROSS OF THE
Ito&i
Q Ifr-V‘V, V*J A
CONFERRED ON A
SEWING MACHINE MANUfACSJ^r?
THIS WAS PRESENTED TO
SION. NATHANIEL WHEELER
LATE PRESIDENT OF THE
WHEELER & WILSON MEG.CO..
AS INVENTOR OF THE
PARIS GRAND PRIZE, MACHINE
THE NEW NO. 9.
THIS MACHINE IS 20 YEARS
IN ADVANCE OF ALL OTHERS.
TRY ONE AND BE CONVINCED.
WHEELER & WILSON MFG.CO.
72-74 WABASH AVE..CHICAGO.
For sale by E. M. James, Wausau, W is.
DR TURBIN
OF BERLIN, GERMANY.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST and SURGEON
has visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARSt
Once a Month, will again be in
Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, July 16
and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE
ONE MONTH ONLY.
ETTTUBTUT business men
iUiiijlJN, Al| REALIZE THE FACT THAT
fie Specialist c ™Er -
CUBES 1 PROMISES IN EVERY
ALL -• ‘ M'iSSSin •JMj] RESPECT, AND THE
GHBONIO * 00CT0R HAS AMONC HIS
CASES. PATRONS SOME OF
T--X-T- -py f y THE MOST PROMINENT
\ Jr_L X . BUSINESSMEN.
BECAUSE HE GIVES who arf me
HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION „ W "°
TO THESE CASES. BEST FRIENDS.
ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED
YOUNG MEN^, a 8
ness, or are otherwise unfitted for business or
study, 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 WlfTNrn— There are thousands of
IVi jt\ 11 TV llt U you troubled with weak,
aching backs and kidneys and other Unmis
takable signs of nervous debility. Alattydie ~f
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most
obstinate cases of this character treated wiili
unfailing success.
ATT TTTCT7 A CT7C of delicate nature—
ZiLiL/ JJIoUfioILO inflammations and
kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain
or inconvenience.
r RRU which poisons the breath,
Lai 1 /mnn stomach and lungs and
paves the way for Consumption, also Throat,
As Dnintft f Ist—The doctor gives his personal attention to each individual
* vVV r uims I case. 2nd —All business conducted ou 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.
your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by ccrrespond
■ *•” ence and medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy iu all professional dealings.
Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions.
DOCTOR TURBIN. 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, IU.
The Purity of our Brew
has in the past year increased
our sales over 30 per
i\ A- BAERi/i/ ~
7T
SCOTT J 4 STREET
Stock New I Fresh. Prices the Cheapest.
ip i * j r" Goods delivered to any
IvJiMC., part of the city, free.
Look at this “Ad”
and then make a trial purchase
at the store of
§ HERMAN LEMKE
for anything tn the line of
Groceries, Provisions, Dry
Goods, Etc., Etc.
Ha stock is always fresh and prices the lowest.
Jackson St,, betwee* Third and Fourth.
DO NOT BUY
A Range, Cooking or
Heating Stove of Any Kind
...Until You Examine
|||
They Are The Most Durable,
Convenient and Economical.
Eoery One Guaranteed Perfect
Full line of HEATERS.
Full line of RANGES.
GENERAL HARDWARE.
R. BAUMANN,
Third Street.
Are Yoi Willing
to purchase your footwear
of us, if you can buy cheap
; er than at anj other place
In the city ? You can, if
you will,
Ai}wer this
Stipple Question
. ‘‘yes' and then call on
> Mueller k Quandt,
i lawn BkMfc. IVM 8t
' Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con
stitutional an J internal troubles; also Rupture,
Piles, Fistula, Dispepsia, Diarrhea and all dis
eases of the stomach and bowels treated fariu
advance of any institution in the country.
blood And skinssksss
Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood
Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the
system in a strong, pure and healthful state.
T A TTTT7Q— If V°“ are suffering from per
.Lrl.L/11-oJ sistent Headache,Painful Men
struation, Uterine Displacements, Paius in
Hack, anil feci as if it were impossible for you
to endure your troublesandst.il be obliged to
attend your household and social obligations.
There are many women doing this to-day.
However, a great many have taken treatment
of thisspecialist.aud hecanrefer you tothose
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.
There are
very sensible reasons why you
should wear onr 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. *
ends. PURKE,
Contractor and House
MOVER,
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ta aatiafaetion <1 Alao ta*m w>rfc
kaa at raaaaaabla prioaa. ( '.all ■or a-v-J raaa at
aav raaMaana oa Haott atraat.. t<mr doom aaal
■f £nk
MORGAN BROS.
Elegant Kit farni’.*d on ahort notice.
Boarding by the day or k. Price# Ihu very
oweat- McClellan at. ' Pkona M,

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