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E. B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.—VOL. XXXVI.
VARIABLE WEATHER. The past week has been one of sun shine and showers. Sometimes hot enough to blister one’s skin then turn ing to a deluge of rain. The forepart waß about as sultry as it ever gets in this section and it seemed that com munication had been opened up with the infernal regions. The latter part was cloudy with rain and wind, the heaviest downpour of the season com ing on Friday evening. During the progress of this storm there was a con tinual peal of thunder and flash of lightning, and the storm was far reach ing and much damage from ligh'ning is reported all over the state. In the vicinity of New Lisbon what was vir tually two wind storms met in a V shape and converging and travelling together did much damage. The wind was so strong that cars on the tracks swayed to and fro, and things looked serious for a short time. During the storm of Friday the wires along the line of the Northwestern were knocked down and it was some lime before com munication was again restored. Nearly all wires of the Marathon County Tele phone Company were down and com munication with points throughout the county by that source is cut off. Trains were delayed by reason of trees falling across the tracks. NEW TRAIN. The attention of the traveling public is called to the new additional train service recently inaugurated on the Milwaukee road for Saturday and Sun days only, commencing Saturday June 2!)th, a special tourist train will leave New Lisbon for the lake resort country at 1:85 a.m. on Saturdays arriving at Wausau 4:05 a. M. and Star Lake 7:20 a. m. lieturning leaves Star Lake 8 o’clock v. m. Sundays only, Wausau 11:14 l*. xf. arrives and Milwaukee 7 o’clock a. m. and Chicago 9:30 a. m. Mondays. This extra service will enable tourists to spend Saturdays and Sundays at nature’s grandest lishiug resort and re turn in time for business Monday morn >')g. ■ Very Low Rates to Detroit, Mich., Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold at greatly re duced rates on account of N. E. A. Con vention to be held at Detroit, July Bth to 12th. For dates of sale and limits apply to agents Chicago & North-West ern fry. TVE HAVE IT MATT J. JOHNSON’S Great Blood i Rheumatism Cure Cures all kinds of Cures all kinds of Rheumatism. 6088 Blood Trouble Sixty uiidity-eight. Traveling representative for 119 Monroe St root, Chicago, 111.. Hrmlner Smith & Cos., Paper Makers. Jane 8. tool MATT. J. JOHNSON CO., West Superior, Wie. Uenilonien:—l had enneretl several jems with rhenmatism ant hurl lrie.l aliTvmt every remedy, when u friend requested me to try fii>Bo. 1 am now nsiug the third bottle, aad the results are the very best, as 1 feel one hundred per cent better in health. 1 gladly recommend this wonderful tiOSS t>. all suffering humanity. Yours very trnly, R. D. La MONT. FttEK TRIAI..—We guarantee 6UBS to tie free from all mercuries, irons, cocaines, opiates, salicyltes, and all poisonous drugs. On taking half bottle and you are not satisfied, return bottle and your money will be refunded. Guaranteed and for sale only by W. W. Albers, Druggist, Wausau, Wis. Opposite Court House, NAFFZ, The Druggist. Largest Assortment in the city. Janke & Weise, T T MflifJ STREET WAUSAU. THIS WEEK ONLY! All $12.00, $13.00, $14.00 and $15.00 Men's Suits, in Blue Serge, Black Clays and Fancy Worsteds, We will sell for $8.50 Light Colored Men’s Suits, in all shades, 55.50. GOLPEN EAGLE. The only store that manufactures their own clothing jn this city. f, 4* mrem Manufacturer cf Wagons, Carriages, Sleighs, Etc. AH kinds of repairing done in this I have had forty years experience line on short notice. in wagon making. Shop at Schofield, Wis, ANDERSON BROS. & JOHNSON’S GRANITE WORKS. The cornerstone for the Baptist church has arrived and will soon be placed in positon. It is a block of clear red granite finely polished and suitably inscribed. The stone was furnished by Anderson Brothers and Johnson of Granite Heights. This firm’s prosperous establishment in our neighboring village will well repay a visit on the part of anyone who is interested in stone-cutting process. From the quarry iDg of the granite to the polishing of the finished shaft, or the lettering of the monument, a number of interesting changes take place in the appearance of the stone. The works give employment to twenty-five men, all of whom are earning good wages. Among the improvements recently added to make the equipment complete in every respect, may be mentioned the new forty horse power engine, the air compressing machine an.l the modern pneumatic tools for tracing and letter ing. The management takes pride in turning out only the best possible work in every department, and the firm’s rapidly increasing wholesale business shows that their ambition in this regard is being realized. —Merrill Star. - SAUCE NEXT WINTER. Complaints have been heard in some sections of the country that the berry crop this year was a failure but the re verse of conditions prevails in this county for the rain came in time to en sure a good crop. The strawberry farm at the insane asylum, which will compare favorably with any in the county, is doing nicely although a little late. Already fifty bushels or more than 1,600 of such quarts (?) as you buy in a grocery store have been picked, and the indications are since the last rain stoim that there will be again as many. These berries are being canned and will be consumed wholly by the asylum attendants and inmates,besides about 200 quarts are used daily at pres ent with sugar and cream, short cakes, etc. Supt. Head had nearly the whole force of women patients picking the crop but found the labors too much for them and was forced to give them the additional help of about twenty-live men. Rooms to Rent.— Corner of Third and Franklin streets. ~ j25-tf Wa usa i WmPiLOT. SECOND ANNUAL Graduation Exercises of the Training School Held Friday. At the auditorium of the High School Friday evening the second annual com mencement exercises of the Marathon County Training School were held under disagreeable conditions, at least so far as the elements were concerned. The heaviest electrical stormof the season raged that evening from 7 until nearly 8 o’clock, and many from the city, in addition to those from the country, who had intended to attend were thus pre vented. At the time of the opeuing number, however, the soug of welcome by the school, there was a very large audience, considerately speaking, which was gratifying to the class. The invocation was delivered by the Rev. F. A. Pease, after which followed the program by the class proper. In the essays there was a make-up much differentfrom the old stereotyped school essay. There was a line of thought brought out, au apparent consciousness of confidence in the speaker’s ability, which drove to the ears of the audience a conviction of self reasoning power and of loftier aspirations. The choruses were exceptionally well rendered, and there was a bleuding of voices and an execution that showed not only study but a spirit of interest to a marked degree. One teature of the exercises was the farce, “Murder Will Out,’’ by six of the students. This was not only laughable, but in it re markable talent was displayed. Senator A. L. ivreutzer presented the diplomas in a neat speech characteristic of the gentlemen. He attached much importance to the presentation of these diplomas, for they were of a character not in common with any other. In numerable schools are each year giving diplomas to countless thousands of students all over this broad land, yet the Marathon County Training School is the pioneer in the developement of education in another field. A line of education is here taught that in the future will be found necessary iu every county for accomplishing a long sought object, that of bringing the youth of this land to cherish in their minds a de - sire to reach the highest apex within the gift of man, and also bring about a nobler manhood and purer womanhood. Ninety per cent, of the students of this laud receive their early training in the county schools, and it is therefore neeesseary that we have trained, teach ers. He called attention to the fact that the taxpayers have placed upon their shoulders another burden that this school might be maintained, and the graduates should ever remember this and conduct their teachings with an earnestness that will bring about good results and they should also en courage others to take the training course. Prof. Wells then followed, thanking the audience for having attended, and be in turn, with his assistant, Miss Rosalia Bohrer, were thanked by mem bers of the audience for the good work they had accomplished during the past term. The average attendance during the term has been about thirty, and though but sixteen graduated yet there are a number of others who will receive diplomas after a few more months of study. According to the standard es tablished and maintained by this school it is imperitive that each student shall have reached a certain degree of profic iency before a diploma is issued, and this rule will be strictly lived up to and partiality shown to none. On Saturday morning the Board of Trustees, 11. J. Blanchard, of Colby, and J. F. Lamont and A. L. Kreutzer, of this city, met and discussed business matters. In view of the fact that such good work had been accomplished by the instructors during the term just closed, it was deemed advisable to re engage them for the following year, and Prof. O. E. Wells and Miss Rosalia Bohrer were retained. The work of this school and the good results obtaining, is being made appar ent not only to the residents of this county, but to the people of all sections of the state, and though but two coun ties have followed Marathon in estab lishing schools of like nature, it will be but a few years before training schools for tt aehers will be common through out-this state. KILLED BY WOLVES. A special dispatch from Mellen, Wis., June 2oth, says: John Hoekstoek, who had been at work here, went out hunting Sunday, June lt>, and as he did not return that night a number of his friends set out some days later to look for him. They found the place where he had had a desperate fight with wolves, there be ing seven dead wolves near by, but nothing was found of Hoekstoek except a few bones, a few nigs of clothing, his watch and SBS in his pocket-book. NOTIC. Owing to small pox in our city and neighboring towns, no visitors will be allowed at the Marathon County Insane Asylum until further notice. H. C. Heai*, Snpt. INDIAN PETE TO WED. Indian Pete was a visitor to the city the early part of the week. He gave out the information while here that he was going to take unto himself anew squaw, and was ou his way to Lac du Flambeau to get her. Pete's other squaw died last spring, but his sorrow is forgotten in the joy of the coming event, which he says will be of consider able importance at the reservation, where the ceremony will take place amid the weird dances and other cus toms of the tribe. Pete is over a hun dred Tears old but his actions indicate a brave of less than half that number of years. He says his new bride is young and small in stature.—Rhine lander Vindicator. W/UjSAli, WIS., TI ESPAY, JULY 2, 1901. LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP, If 3’ou are living iu a rented house and paying out a considerable sum each year for rent, we can show you that you cau do better than this by purchas ing a lot and building your owi nome. The first fact to which we call your attention is that Wausau is bound to grow and prosper. She has the capital, the railroad facilities and the manufac turing industries to make her a large city. In addition to these advantages Wausau lies iu the centre of a very large county, the second largest in the state. Marathon county has the largest area of timber and agricultural laud of any county in Northern Wisconsin. Her agricultural resources are of vast importance now and are rapidly in creasing. All of this wealth in timber and agriculture is tributary to Wausau. Because of this the city has a steady and constant growth. Its school sys tem, including the Normal Training School is attracting great attention from those who desire a place to I ’e where they can educate their childien properly. Now is the time to buy a lot for a home. Lots purchased now will never be worth any less and are sure to increase in value. Twenty years ago, lots north of Grant street and west of Sixth street could be had for from two hundred to three hundred dollars. These same lots are now, held at from one thousand dollars to two thousand dollars each. Distant from these only two or three blocks we have lots lor sale at lrorn two hundred and fifty to three hundred and fifty dollars each. In less than ten years they will be worth from six hunched to fifteen hun dred dollars each, outside of improve ments. Our lots vary in price according to locality. We have very fine building lots for sale in the northern, eastern and southern parts of the city. Our prices range from one hundred and fifty dollars to three hundred and fifty dollars per lot. We have very desirable lots close to the manufacturing industries of the city, that we will sell at from one hun dred and fifty to two hundred and fifty dollars. Our terms are, a small payment down, and the balance in small installments as the purchaser may desire, with seven per cent, iuterest. When a lot is paid for we can arrange with a Building and Loan Association to loan you the money to build a house, and you can pay this loan by monthly intallmeuts. You cau thus secure a home by monthly payments that will not exceed wliat you u< w pay for rent. Investigate these facts and see wheth er you cannot make money by paying for a home instead of paying rent. Call at our offices and see what we have and what we can do towards se curing you a home. Di n ba it & Bown, Offices over First National Bank. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned, up to the Ist day of Aug., 1901, for 250 cords of dry, hard maple body wood, 4 feet long. The same to be delivered at the Opera House block at the rate of two cords or more per day from the first day of November until all shall have been hauled in. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Alexander Stewart, James McCrossen, Walter Alexander. Very Low Rate Excursion Tickets to the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., Via the North-Western" Line are sold daily with favorable return limits. Direct connection at Chicago, with fast trains of all lines to Buffalo. For fur ther particulars, apply to agents. An illustrated booklet will he mailed on receipt of two cents postage by W. B. Kniskern, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago. Neuman Beilis is acting as day clerk at the Beilis House at present. Louis Goerling the regular day clerk, is visit ing his brother, Pete, at Hancock, Mich. In every town L and village may be had, f. ll Mica my) Axle v r Grease that makes your horses glad. OIL SMS will do away with . . Hot Kitchens. See our new Blue Flame Wickless at work . . . Montgomery Hardware Company. CITY NOTES. Paris green, the kind that kills, at Pardee’s drug store. C. W. Harger is building anew side walk around his property, corner of S ; xth and Franklin streets. C. W. Snow, an engineer killed on the St. Paul road in a wreck at Portage early last week was quite well known to many in this city. We are at present making a special sale on men’s and boys hats. Every thing from a cheap straw hat to the finest of derbys. Seim Bros. Philip Dean has just finished plans of a residence for H. G. McCrossen and work on the construction of the same will be commenced at once. Geo. W. Hill has sold the Antigo Journal to Henry and Fred Berner, of Columbus, Wis. The young men are also ownexs of the Columbus Democrat. Henry Delaney, of Antigo, while speaking at the telephone during a heavy electrical storm, on Friday, was instantly killed, by a bolt of lightning. The city council of Portage last week refused saloon licenses to a number of saloon keepers for the reason that they handled beer made by outside brew eries. A train on the logging road of the Joseph Dessert at Mosinee, was derailed Thursday and logs scat tered in all direcrons. No one was injured. Stevens Point people are to have a novel parade on July 4th. It is what is called a hobo parade and a number of prizes have been offered for the best make-ups. Fat Lady—don’t sleep too much; exer cise; don’t eat fats and sweets. To re duce flesh rapidly take Rocky Mountain Tea, acts directly ou the fatty tissues, 35c. W. W. Albers. Dr. A. W. Berch, of this city is one of thirty-two to whom licenses were re cently issued by the state board of medical examiners to practice osteo pathy in this state. For Sale.—Ten room house, with all modern conveniences, and oue lot, 60x650 feet, on Grand avenue. Good barn in connection. For sale at a bar gain. , Call ou or address Joseph Lucia, 722 Grand Ave. The river bank, adjoining lie North western depot grounds on the west, has bee" filled in with clay, and the same leveled off and sodded. This improve ment adds much to the attractiveness of the grounds. Charles Edgar wMI move his family and household goods to Duluth for the present, at least. Mr. Edgar’s business in that section needs his attention and as long as it does he and his family will be away from Wausau. Miss Florence Bump, of this city, will oe united in marriage to Mr. Seth N. Warner, of Chicago, on Thursday ev< n ing, July 11th, at the home of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha L. Bump. They will make their home iu Porto Rico. Sydney J. Huutley has again taken charge of “The Dasse! Anchor,” pub lished at Dassel, Meeker Cos., Minn Mrs. Huntley, who is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Job. Vaughn, in this city, will soon join her husband in Minu. H. H. Foster, of Merrill, has rented the residence of Chas. Edgar, on Grant street, and will soon remove to this city with his family. This is a source of great pleasure to the friends of that estimable family and the citizens of Wausau in general. Plans have been completed and work will be commenced on the new block of Drs. Spencer, Willard and Chubbuck tomoirow. Architect Dean will super intend the construction of the building, which will be 40x79, two stories high. The first story will le of solid brick and the upper story veneered. The front and twelve feet on McClellan street will be of red pressed mottled brick, with terracotta fin’shings. There will be one bay window on the front and two on the north side. The plans which were drawn by Philip Dean, show that the building will be a very hand some one. i.ir 1 The holder of the ; above numbered tick- > ct given by us on the \ cuckoo clock is en- ; titled, to same and will ; be presented with it I if they call at store, : bringing with them > the ticket. || WAUSAU PHARMACY, | Wi Herding & Staph any, Proprietors. t For Bargains go to | IlaLiis^ni New Paint aijd Paper Store, Wall paper 2c and upward. Mixed paint 90c. $1.25 and f!.30 per gallon. A I large lot of remnants. WALL PAPER CHEAP. ! It will pay to look over my line before ! buying, as I can save yon money. Lead Oil, Turpentine. Varnishes, Brushes, | Glass. Putty. Artist's Material, Decorat ing. Papering and Painting in all its branches. 700 THira Street Wausau, Wis. Teachers’ Institutes and Examination for 1901, " Institute at Colby, July 8 to 12, in clusive. Institute at Wausau, July 22 to Auig. 2, inclusive. Examination at Colby, July 15, !26 and 17. ; Examination at Wausau, July 18, 19 and 20. Suplementary examination at Wau sau, Sept. 12, 13 and 14. Ever}’ person expecting to teach tin Marathon county during the coming year must attend one of „nere institute s. Changes in the law’ respecting certifica tion adds to the preparation required of teachers. Teachers coming to the iivstitujte should bring with them such text books as may be convenient, including a thiu el or fourth reader, a primary geography and two or three school library books, one of which should be a book on travel. James’ Agriculture will be on sale at the book stores of Colby and Wausau. Those who attend are expected to re port at nine o’clock on the first day and remain in regular attendance until the close of the institute. Prof. J. F. Sims, of River Falls, will be iu charge of the woik at Colby. Prof. W. C. Hewitt of Oshkosh, and Supt. F. A. Lowel, of Rhinelander, will be at Wausau. John F. Lamont, County Supt. An extraordinary large line of men’s and boy’s clothing just received at Seim Bros. New goods, new prices. One of the lions belonging to the Wallace show passed through the city Friday enroute to Grand Rapids. Mich., where he was sold to a theatrical man ager for $609. The beast was enclosed in a wooden box with slats at each end, and was shipped by express. At the Marshfield depot some boys were pla gueing him when he raised up on his hind feet takiDg the box with him. There was a scattering of boys and afterwards peace for the lion. Last Monday afternoon, John Schuv willer a young man twenty-three years of age, whose home is at Stevens Point, met with a fearful accident at Mosinee. He jumped on to a freight which was pulling out, intending to ride to the bridge, about sixty rods, when in the act of getting oil' he fell in such a manner that his right leg went beneath the car wheels and was crushed so badly that it had to be am putated below the knee. Drs. Fish, Daniels and Hooch performed the oper ation. The young man was taken to his home on Tuesday. ’Tis not to boom the prices That we serve cigars and ices, And boom the German band, But to get the people out to sec The improvements, on every hand Now goirg on in Johnson’s addition Out on Avenjje Grand. Be there July 4th, 9 to 11 A. m. Did you know the city water, Went out right where it aughter, On two sides of our addition Out Sturgeon Eddy Road And on Grand Avenue, too ? A fellow giving his name as Frank Murphy, connected with the Wallace circus, was brought before Jr Ige Miller Thursday morning charged with carry ing concealed weapons. He was fined $5 and costs or ten days in the county jail. As he was without funds he is now serving his sentence. Murphy, on the evening the circus was leaving town, got into an altercation with one of the elephant trainers and the latter struck the former over the head with a metal goad stick whereupon Murphy pulled a gun and threatened to shoot the trainer, but was overpowered before he could make his threat good. The case of Walter Scott vs. the Alexander Stewart Lumber Cos., occu pied the attention of Judge Jas. O’Neil, of Neilsville in circuit court nearly all of last weeK. Trial was commenced Tuesday afternoon and continued until Friday evening, two night sessions be ing held. The testimony was of a very specific order and twenty-one witnesses were examined. The case was post poned, however, until next fall for two reasons, one being that the testimony of Walter Alexander is wanted but Mr. Alexander is now absent from this country, the other that Judge O'Neil leaves this week for a trip through Europe, to be gone until fall. This case is being fought bitterly on both sides and may yet go to the supreme court. (First publication Jnly 2.1901; last Ang. 0, 1901.) Notice of Sheriff’s Sale on Execution. State of Wisconsin. In Circuit Court, Marathon County. E. J. Andkbson, Plaintiff) vs. 1 V. P. AtwsiX. Defendant 1 Notire is hereby given that by virtue of an eve cation iseneri out of and under the seal of said circuit c urt for Marathon county, and state of Wisconsin, in the above entitled fiction, in which judgement was rendered on the 25th day of No. vemb t. 1899, and which said judgment was duly doc ket<d on the 13th day of December, 1899. in the office of the clerk of the above named court, against the personal and real property of the de fendant, and for voui of snfficient goods and chattels whereon to levy the same ; I have lev ed npon and shall expose for sale and sell at pablic auction, t< ! e highest bidder, for cash, at the west door o. the court house, in the city of Wausen. in said county, aDd state aforesaid, on the 1 1th day of August. A. D. 1901. at the hour of two o’clock in the afternoon od that day. all the right, title and interest which the ahove named defendant. V. P. Atwell, had on the 13th day of December. 1899. or has since ac quired. in and to the following described real estate, or so much thereof a may be sufficient to warrar t the amount due to the plaintiff for prin cieai. interest and costs, including the Ctvstsof the sde to-wi': thesootheast quarter of the southeast quarter of section nineteen, town twenty-ix. north f range n-ne E., in Marathon county, Wisconsin Dated, Wausau. Wi*.. June 28. 191. AroCeT F. MARqCABPr, Sheriff of Marathon Cos. Blowy, Pbadt & OttsatCH. Plaintiff's Attorne . 'First publication Jnly 2, last Jnly 16.) Notice of Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Marathon County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the regular term of the coanty coart to be held in and for said county, at the Court House in the city of Wau sau, in said county, on the first Tuesday, [being the third day] of September. A. D. 1901. at 10 o’clock a. m.. the following matter will be heard and considered : The application of August Birger, executor of the will of John Letmner, Sr. late of the village of Marathon City in said coonty, deceased, for examination and allowance of his final account, of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of John Demmer. Sr., deceased, to ecch other persons as are by law en titled to the same. Dated June 2th. A. D. 1901. By order of the court, Hi.vey Mill*.*, County Judge. No. 31— TERMS, SI.BO per Annum Third St., Opp. Court House, Wausau, Wit Over 40,000 Acres of Fin# Farming and Hardwood Lands for Sal# is Marathon, Lifiool# and Taylor Counties, Wis. Pin* Residence Propsrty, Business Property Bulletins Lot# and Acre Property for sale In the city. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. for talc, the nw* .f the eV mc. *S, 1b town tt, ran,. 7, excepting 10 aeroi la the w Win •* ufc. 40; ,ood hou.a '.hereon; la close bp th, city; peat bargain. For Bare, >tt mo. 5, aad a* of ne<4, and se<d ec. *, aid sold of nett, aid iH *** l J? •o* awe. 7, and nft aid noli of aw* aid aft of swJa aid aft of Mfc MO. a all 1b tow* 9k r**fO IS In town of Plover. For Sale, w* of aw}. mo, 1, towi St. range 7; aid a*l4 eo. 10, aid V 4 mo. 11, ant •* nit * Bd of wi ec. 12, and e* of iwj and itt o, iwk *ec. 13, aid nH of nwtf ho. 14, and nH of ie*4 **c. 15, of §eW .ec. 22, aid of i* of nwtf aa* ■* •* ■** * *•# of Hit mo. 23, aid of nw>£ mo. 24, towi SO, raig. kin towi af Taxaa. Far Sale, a* of iwH. aid n* of ae!d aea. 14, towi 28, rai, 4, li towi of Wain. For Salt, aeV* tee. fcj, and af and of tec. B*, and Mil too. IT, aad 80S. U, all In town 80, ran,, t, '.e ,wi af Hewitt. For Salo, aw'd of ae& w>i of mo. SI, town 30, ran,. $, town of Hewitt. For Salo, and awsd\f mo. M, town <O, ranga t, town of Howltt For Sale, eH of aw'd son. tt, aid oft of aw'd tea. <9, towi 30, range t, town of Howltt. For Salt, .V 4 af mo. SS, "down 27, raiga 4; and .ft of ne& and MVd Of nwid MO., tt, town St, rang. 4, town af Modnee and Cleveland. For Sale, and aoM f MJd *<. 13, town SB, rang* 10, tow a of never. For Salo, w>d no. 18, town M, rang* S; and noK mo. 7, town M, raiga % ltH of ffatobuiu an# Taxaa. \ For Salo, oH of too. SI, town 80, ranro t, town of Howltt, For Salo, nwt£ and twK Hi tt, all la towi* 27, ranga 8, town of Knot For Salo, ae>d of Hit and iH af mK mo. 15, Uwi so, roigo 5, town of HaMbnzs For Salo, of iwK aid wX of Mid mo. M, tow* to, rang. 8, town of Tteua. For Sale, no ti.% too. I, town IS, rang* 7. town af Mlalae. For Salo, wM of nwid. aid nw!d of iw>d mo. tt, an<d aoK too. IS. town 11, mnso k town Of IQs LaXfc. For Salo, loti I and l, rat. IS, aad netf of awX and wtt if iw* and ott of IWJd MS. tt, aM In town 10, rango k town of Ho iritt \ Fir Salo. M>d of so* aea. 4, and *X of awK too. IS, aU in to wn 80, raiga 8; and toX too. IS, town K, ranga t, townt af Taxaa and Hewitt For Salo, a>d of hi K, and a)d of naK mo. 27, town tt, ranige k town of Knowlton. For Salo, of naV£ and nX af nw % too. 5, and a>4 of noK too. S, Xa\wn 80, rango 4, town of Halatp. For Salo, mo. 84, town tt, rango 8, end nH of mo I, town rang, t, townt of Johnaon and Wa.toi. For Salo, *H of MVi too. tt, end w % too. It, town 11, rauy. 4, In Taylor aotvaty. For Sale, mo. 8, and wK af iwk mo. 17, and nH '*l4 too. 18, all In towNo 87, ranga 2, In town of Brighton; aid aW of hh mc. 82, towi 88, raiga 8, In town of Berlin: town 81, ranga I, In town of Soett; and twid ms. 81, town 32, rango TANARUS, la town of Morrill, Unooin eounty. ' For Sale, noof too. ID, town tt, raiga 4, town of Kiatbrook. \ For Sale, of mo. tl, town 87, range B, town of Snuaot. \ For Sale, Mid m*. 84, aad tw)4 m. 13, town 87, ranga 4, town of ClOTOlaatt \ For Sale, w)4 of iw!4 tot. tt, town 80, rango 10, town of Harriton. \ For Salt. o>4 of awtd and nwK af noM mo. 81, town 80, rango IS, town Of Hanrltoa. > For Salo, mo. 88, town 88, rango 4, town of Weln. \ For Sale, mo. M, town tt, ranga 8, town of Rib Folio. \ For Sola, told of sad e>4 af too. 8, town BS, rango I, town if Frankfort For Sale, lot. 18,14 and II and awid of noli too. 8, town BS, rango f, a Soared Sold and ItilWtt hou.a thorooi, town of Xritoi. For Sale, nwld mo. 18, wn 30, nag'. 4, In town af Haliey. For Sale, noli of and of Mo. 21, town St, rango 10, town of Piatm. For Salo, of s <sd and t>d of §*% ms. St town tt, rango k town of Johnaon. For Sale, wh ot no*d aid iw<d of nw>d mo. 11, town 24, ranga k lr town of Sponeor; and nH and noid Iw >>d oa. Ik town 27, rango 2, In town of Brighton; and aeVd mo. Ik town 28, rango kin town of Hull; and Uof and aid of mo. 11, town 2t, rango 8, In town of Holton ; and nwid of .eld Mt. 11, town 27. rango 8. In town of Eau Plelno; and a'd of mc. 2, town 27, rango 4, In town of Cleveland; and nJd of noW aod eU of and of awli eeo. 8, and nw>d ol nw % aid of iw>d aid *U of ie'4 sea. If, towi 23, raig. 4, li town of Weln; aid iU of net! _d iw-d of ne>d aid wU and of aeVd mo. 18, towi 24. range 5, aad e>4 of a!d and neVd of irv!4 ■ec. 16, town 26, raiga 8, ii towi of Bergei; aid of nejd mo. 16, town 27, rango 6, In tovn of Hosinee; and ot tee. 8, town 28, range 6, li town of Marathon; aid ie!e of .eta mi. 16, town 27, range 7, ii towi of Kroieiwetter; aid .U eeo. 16, towi 28. range 10, and uwVd of .iw>d •ec. 16, towi 2t, range It, ii town ef Ea.toi; aid iVt of ie!d and of iwVd aid .w>d of nw>d aid iJd of aw'd aid of .‘d aid of ieV sec. 16, town 30, range k aid w W of aec. 18, town 30, raiga t, aid aw'd mc. 26, and of nw \i aid aw'd mo. 86, town 8k rangt kln town of Texan. For Salo, aw'd mc. 10, town 80, rango 10, town of Harrison. For Sale, aw'd of aw'd mo. 1, town 28, rang. 10, town of Norrio. For Sal.' aw'd of aw'd ho. IS, town 29, rang. 11, town of Plover. For Salo, and aid *1 M>d mc. 16, town 29, rango s,.town of Rib Falla. For Salo, nw fr!d mc. 19, town 27, ranga k town of Kronenwottar. Far Sale, aw’d mc. 26, town 27, range 8, town of Emmet. For Si'a. eld of /and mc. 1, and n!d of ae!d mb. 12, t.tvrn 30, rango 10, town of Harrison. For Sale, of mo. 26, and old of neJd too. 38, and n)d of mc. 26, town 80, rango 7, town of Texaa. For Sale, wJd of aao. 19, town 30, ranga S, town oi Hewitt. For Sale, w‘d and wX of seK mo. 28, town 11, rango 8, town of Corning, Lincoln eounty. For Sale, e*d of no>d, mo. 11, town 80, rango I, town of Howltt. For prices and terms, or any information rotating to tbs abort described lauds, a, ply at my office, H. B. Huntington. DRAY IIM C. H. WEGNER, Prop. Is auwfpwspared te do all klada at draying. sack ■a mowing household faraitare. delivering freight Me. Betas reasonable and aatiafactloa gaaran taad. All sedan promptly attaowiad to. A share at tho ratnaan ad the pah Hi la raapaetfaUy wdkdaad. The 5 Minute Breakfast Footf Dr. Humphreys’ Specifics cure by acting directly upon the disease, v ithout exciting disorder in any other part of the system. SO. CORES. PRICES. I—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .'2.5 ‘2—Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .23 3 Teething, Colic,Crying,Wakefulness .25 4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25 7 Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25 8— Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache 23 9 Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 10— Dyspepsia. Indigestion,Weak Stomach.2.s 11— Suppressed or Painful Periods— .25 12— Too Prof use Periods 25 13— Croup. Laryngitis. Hoarseness 23 14— Salt Itheum, Erysipelas,Eruptions.. .25 15— Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25 16— Malaria. Chills, Fever and Ague 25 19— Catarrh, Influenza. Cold In the Head .25 20— Whooping-Cough 25 27 Kidney Diseases 25 28— Nervous Debility 1.00 30—I rina ry Weakness, Wetting Bed 25 77—Grip. Hay Fever 25 Dr. Humphreys’ Manual of all Diseases at your Druggists or Mailed Free. Rom by druggists, or sent on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Med. Cos., Cor. William k John Sta, New York. Ice! Ice li PD. MEANS, 1!4 McClellan St., will deliver lee to private families dur ing the season of 1901 at the following prices: For season, each day - $7.00 For season, 4 times a w eek, 6.00 Per month, every day • 1.50 Per month, 4 times a week, 1.25 The above includes cleaning and put ting same in refrigerator. The above prices will he reduced #I.OO if ice is not cleaned, etc. Leave orders at 114 McClellan St. NEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADT. 0. 8. GILBER T ABSTRACTS. We have tho only abstract of Mara thon county. We have a thoroughly qualified abstractor and make abstracts at reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by us and guarantee that they show the condition of the title properly as it appears on record. An abstract of title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable in ascertain ing defects in your title that can be easily remedied and yet might be suf ficient to spoil a sale. If you desire an abstract of the title to your property, call and see us. Wausau Law & Land Associate Offices over First National Hank. .A. TurKisli , *•Home. ROBINSON’S BATH CABINET CURES DISEA3E WITHOUT MEDICINE. A positive enre for Khinmatism, Rlool, Liver. Kidney and Bain diseases. No dit *> a o rtwmr. the power of heat. A Turkish Bath at Home for 2 Ct®. Thirty Days’ Trial Free. If not fonnd an represent'*'! money refunded *2.00 Book Free to Paiboms. eontam fnl instructioiiH for curing dises se, mitten by ,• ram inent physicians. Samples at ALBERS’ DRUB STORE. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? The above wu copied from an an -1 cient obelisk near Alexandria, Egypt No one knows its meaning. Every man ought to know the meaning of the symptoms of nervous debility. 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