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M ANSON’S NEW ADDITION
*1 f 1— * “2: *l* I ! ii v / • j; iiil\m; ii | l j 1 j /K BffißEEffiß! H ! in : JHKjna drmeir. EEE33ZO3 EEESEE3 I - ! . - addition sryrmc i srrreer jEBfflWl r Wr''-1 r-iTTrrri * Srevarn Sneer r , v v s v; s 4's v ;;i ** * fiU'n*. / J arccsr. ro rh'iThtfhttTin* II U L 1.l Your Chance For a Home. In one of the most desirable sections of the city, and where your investment now means a big profit in the future. NEW ADDITION-—* is within two blocks of the new High School and splendid roads have been built through this addition. Best lots and acre tracts offered for sale in the city. Prices of Lots from S4O to $l3O. Prices of Acre Tracts from SIOO to S2OO. Office open from || II M jIUCAIU Nicolls 7to 8 o'clock evenings. Ila 111 I ip Block. The construction of two houses on the Manson Addition will be commenced next Monday. FOREST CITY DRUG STORE, East Side Store —Cor. of Third i WEST SIBE FHdRMdOf tad Washington Sts. j Bootb Kmt PUREST | FRESHEST • Purest Medicines always on hand. i • Toilet Articles, Per m £ fumery, Etc~^ Prescriptions Filled at hours— f „ ... , . _ . , . m Prescriptions componnaed at a day Or night. v hours if day or night. W. W. ALBERS, PROPT The World’s Largest, Richest Shows Coining. Wausau, sept. 6 TRIUMPHANT APPROACH OF THE TREMENDOUS TOWERING GIANT GF THE SHOW WORLD §X -ADAM FOREPAUCH: gk T' SELLS BROTHERS -Sm P TWENTIETH CENTURY COLOSSUS. I Double Circuses, Double Menageries, m' i ■- f j>m—-// fji '-- Double Hippodromes, Double Museums. N \J \ The Nation’s Only True Representative Shows America's Only Real Metropolitan Shows <* *4 / Jr IT The wanders of the world, collected, smnased. brought together and Vd \\ B jr* I ZjJ exhibited t\M va*t, comprehensive unity anil entirety for one price —lit \\ ay of admlmtun. These Superb. Splendid. Supreme and Sublime \\ W Shows will be brought to this city direct and —rXy* \\ ff X p| Intact From Madison Square Garden, New York City Where public and press united in declaring them the greatest showßJ B 'J’"' a, ever seen on the American continent, and specitlrAlly compared . ’ them with ail the others, nil of whose names they gave, and / jf jERX I Jecwvfi/oV? i hen unqualifiedly pronounced tlie verdict of overwhelming f *e> py superiority o( there allow* over all other*. L jj Jliff?' l ™~Sf /VTjI ALL NEW STAR FEATURES To properly inaugurate the first year of the new century. h .JCkm wB*B its double menageries are a complete I ]ii , S** gf -JplpSiJ relD Ms If ~TS /bjfjlw ff UNIVERSITY OF NATURAL HISTORY \ H) />/jr In which all the strange forms and divers*' type's of animal life \\ j / rf H Zyi (\nP7Kttxo3 If are displayed. They Include Mpeclraen* of all the kuown _2bvuT7/ ye &\STfJiS W xX' k Families of Rare Wild Beastsc / 4 GREAT HERDS^^K^fe3s®^4| of Elephants. The 4-P*w Dancing Elephant*. /'world* are th* Sells* Hmthors Trained Tltuns*. f ■ -■'.jpg. n m “ r v ° 1 ° u B .Melville’.H Miniature Mastodons. f i jy Capt. Woodward Emory’s* Midget Mammoths. iV r 1 | IHEIC Etctt conceivable variety of OtA LlUliU TRAINED ANIMALS *4i ; parti ;rc.'S, at Such as Ponies. Pigs. Sheep. Doga, ■> J .V't ,7 Id |c • v v w r - , vix; IJy superhuman skill and Goat*. Bears, Monkeys, Etc. *■"' M,= V L.>Cip '.J?Ja "r J f *£f aagacltv. Thev are mnsl- FUN FOR THE MILLION,. jL J Wjjfy i~a and evfrvtliir.i: BY Hr 25 STAR j^^ThearenicwneationofallEnr*>p ►' VTT v ' 4> /V / ‘■'l jy M THE phenomenal CLOWNS TEH PICCHIfIN!C /jt '*S3[/ZyFr w * 0 * drnwltg roots cxhibttlou of skill. WII NT!Ng ’ The Megie Msrtei ArSb*.^ 1 111 •/ In his sensational novelty—the very pinnacle of IB X f A r -' *VAdi fc'l, tf perilous p-rf*>rn:ance—ri-iing up nnd and. wn a j§ 41 # spiral n:inv caching fr*.m tb- gr*.„nd t-, f■• ff / \ •"Xj li f . tXi .in AV?, ' fj dome. up*n asi icle wheel, with uo support a*e // V \ <yyaiYfy I peduis ur>on which he stands. If /the 14 CHAMPION RIDERS ./THE FIVE POTTERsIraSK: V\ i’V'. v' ,: 'h.v trttw /}'. * JRe Jb- ,* Three gentlemen and two ladies ia birc -like fiights V\ 1 wf ! <■ ~' S/ through apace, WEITZEL & ZORELLA. DUO DEVINE isovritv C * t * r ** FgwMlhrkc riftri <*Ct/ QTfiOS THE SHOOTING STAR, in hi* ride from the dome to the Hlj II • I ftni\, ground, down the la*sder of lame. ■ ordinary bir.vrie. THE JACKSON FAMILY Septette. W. A. SCHARR Asked."h " fc “ 1 Ail earth's most graceful fancy and trick his rides up and down stairs, and flDrMir il 9TI CTC cycllsta. The prettiest performance ever ar~n. on the girafle wheel. 15 fret high. Hlstß I V HK Ilw I w In the 3 Ring*, on the 2 Steps, end the Vast Canvas Dome. All the S*th Century O’, re us Champion Kquewtrians. Acrobats. Athletes. Aerialists. Gymnast*. Contortionists. Lea[<era. Vaulters, Somersaultcrs end rhamp ion reprwwn tat Ives ,'f every department of physical (w*er. culture and development. Everv exciting, thrilling and real contest of speed and endurance possible to the rtret of foot in man or beast, in the real races in the HlilE AND HEROIC DOI’BLE HIPPODROMES. At about AM W the .lay of exhibition there will mova through the principal streets of the city the most gorgeous, colossal, sparkling, guttering, pageaatric. processional Ever seen oa the American continent. Two miles of superb splendors: open dens of wfld beasts, chariots, tableaux and ail tb# r ism rots of regal pomp and magnificence Tvs Performance* Daily. Rain or Shine. In new process absolutely waterproof tents. Doors open at IP. M. and TP. If. A rente display* one hour later. Remember, One Ticket of Admission Admits to AU the Doable Show*. Reserved Seat Tickets on Sale Exhibition Day a i Rohde’s Book Store* Admission on// 50c. Chi/drtn under 9 / ears\J>alf price. R. Lyon, Dentist, will make Gold, Aluminum or Rubber Plates. For Bargains go to New Pairjt ai)d Paper Store. Wall paper 2c and upward. Mixed paint 90c, $1.25 and $1.50 per gallon. A large lot of remnants. WALL PAPER CHEAP. It will pay to look over my 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 TIM Street, Warn, f is. CITY NOTES. A daughter was horn Thursday morn ing to Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Marquardt. L. E. Spencer. M. D. office in Me- Crossen block opposite the Post Office. Dr. W. B. Eicher is now niceiy located in office rooms above Seim Bros.’ store. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German Spe cialist and sui aeon will be at the B li House, Sept. 10. Miss Marie Hitter gave a very delight ful party to her young friends on Wednesday evening. Geo. W. Clark is over at Marshfield, where he is putting in a cement walk, 400 feet long, for \\ . D. Connor. The Northwestern Railway Cos. at present has a crew of men at work along this branch painting its bridges. Wanted. —Boarding place by boy 15 jears old. Wishes to work to pay for same and go to school. Good habits. Address box 69. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Foster aud chil dren will move down from Merrill this week and will occupy the Edgar resi dence on Grant street. Six-inch gas pipes are being laid from the gas factory to Jefferson street, and up that thoroughfare to the new office of the gas company. Mrs. P. V. O. Van Vechten and Mrs. Chas. Gilbert entertained lady friends on Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Win. Gilbert, of Grand Rapids, Minn. Otto Binzer is now a member of the fire department and is stationed at the west side engine house, while John Relitz has been added to the east side force. Wm. Mulholen has purchased from Jas. Haskin a strip of land adjoining his own on Grant street, and will erect another house beside the one he now occupies. Fay Andrews has again entered the dray business. He has anew wagon, just turned out from the factory, and in the course of a week or so will be oper ating two drays. Two of the large trees on the site of the club house were last week dug up and removed to the property ot C. F. Dunbar, on Fifth street, where they were transplanted. Jay Thompkins last week purchased of Henry French his resideidence prop erty ou Fifth Ave. Mr. French has moved to the east side and has secured rooms on Jackson St. Mrs. Clara Boetcher, practical mid wife, Fifth street, next to the German Lutheran church. Confinements and all other kinds of sickness taken at the house. Telephone connection. 022-tf. The Quaw Lumber company is ship ping a greatdeal of lumber novv-a-day’s about seven or eight carloads every day, which means a pretty good string of lumbqrgoing out from one mill yard. —Edgar Enterprise A pleasant dancing party was given Saturday evening at Kroening’s hall in honor of Martin Bliss, of Spokane, Wash,, who is visiting with his parents. About 60 couples were in attendance. Geir’s orchestra furnished the music. For Rent.—To approved parties, I will rent the elegant, up-to-date Pradt residence, 501 Warren street, either furnished or unfurnished, at a bargain. No one with a large family need apply. a27-3 Jas. A. Goodwillie. The tire department was called out Friday evening on account of a small blaze in the plant of the Wisconsin Box & Lumber Cos. on the town line road. It is supposed to have started from the boiler and when discovered had done but little damage. Another new law firm has been es tablished in Stevens Point. Judge Cate has gone out of the firm of Cate, Lamoreux & Park, by mutual consent and has gone into partnership with his son-in-law, Gerhard M. Park. The lat ter comes from Waupaca. The beauty thief has come to stay, Unless you drive the pimples and blackheads away; Do this; don’t look like a fright; Take Rockv Mountain Tea tonight. W. W. Albers. On Wednesday evening, Aug. 2Sth, the management of the Stevens Point Fair has arranged for a grand carnival and the finest display of fireworks ever seen in Central Wisconsin. In the event of rain the entertainment will take place the next pleasant evening following. Henry C. Cox, one of Marathon county’s old settlers, passed away at his home in the town of McMillan early last week, aged 56 years. Mr. Cox was by trade a stone mason and lie had served on the county hoard for a num ber of years. He was a veteran of the civil war. A strip of land along the north side of Stewart avenue, running west from First avenue for a distance of two blocks, which was recently donated to the property holders adjoining, has been leveled up and a sidewalk laid, which improves the street’s appearance very much. The driveway around Johnson’s addi tion will be a source of pleasure fto the people of this city who are fond of a •drive through that section of town. The driveway will also prove a benefit to the property owners who construct ed the road, Kline Bros., Mrs. R Lillie and L. H. Johnson. Chas. F. Peschmann, who conducts a store on N. Sixth street, was taken to the Northern Hospital for Insane at Oshkosh Saturday night by Under sheriff Chellis. Peschmann was an in mate of that institution <moe before, but was returned home as cured. A. \l. Fox. formerly of this city, now of Stevens Point, has been appointed district deputy grand excellent ruler rf the Elks for the western district of Wis consin. This district takes in just half the lodges of the state and Mr. Fox’s business will be to superintend the lodges already in existence and to es tablish new opes. Teams wanted— On C. M. & St. P. R’.v. extension to Trout City. Wages, f4.00 per day; board, $3 50 per week. Inquire at eamp 2 miles east of Schultz’ Spur a2O-2 Thos Ryan, of Wausau, is to open a law office in the new bank building. He was iu the city Saturday arranging matters and expects to start in soon. The young man is a graduate of the law department of the t uiversity of Wis consin and is a son *>f T. O. Rvan, of the firm of Ryan, Hurley & Joues.— Merrill Sews. E. F (ireysorv former editor of the Tomahawk, a Tomahawk publication, who mysteriously disappeared last spring for several weeks, has again eansed trouble. Some *ine ago he was arrested on the charge of embezzle ment and after securing a bond again j disappeared His bondsmen last w eek attached l:is property at Tomahawk. There was tire Sunday morning which the citizens generally were not ; aware of. for no alarm was sounded and the tire department was not called upon for assistance. A spark caught in the shavings at the Wausau Electric Co.’s plant and when discovered bid i fair to do considerable destruction. ! The company has tire fighting apparatus of its own. and two streams of water were turned on which in a short time quenched the flames. We publish a communication tod:-y from L. K Wright. Secretary of the fair, to the members of the Agr -' cultural Society. Mr. Wright ask* the members, who can afford it. to buy tickets for admission this rear. So organization ever had an officer *vho worked harder than Mr. Wright d< es for the Agrieultaral Society, and for a salary which does not pay his actoal expenses. In view of this *it seems as ’ though the life members who are not called on for anj work, sbonld give the fair their financial support. CROSS OF THE CONFERRED ON A StWINO MACIIINf MANUFACTURER THIS WAS PRESENTED TO HON. 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 CF ALL OTHERS. TRY ONE AND BE CONVINCED. WHEELER & WILSON MFG.CO. 72-74 WABASH AVE..CHICAGO. For sale by E. M. James, Wausau, Wis. ORDINANCE. The Mayor and Common Council of the city of Wausau, being petitioned by Jacob Bartels and other property own ers to establish a certain sewer in the city of Wausau on Jefferson street in said city, do resolve, determine and order that the said sewer is necessary for the public health, and that the same should be constructed and established; said sewer to exteud and be established as follows: Commencing at a point in the center of said Jefferson street, one hundred and tifty (150) feet east of, the center of Fifth street, and running thence east to the main sewet on Seventh street; the city of Wausau to pay for the man holes and catch-basin of said sewer. And we do further direct that the date for the hearing of the matter of said sewer be on the 2nd day of Sept., 1901, at the place of meeting of the Mayor and Common Council of the city of Wausau, in the City Halfat 8 o’clock p. m. on that date, when the Common Council will pass on, consider and de termine the matter. And we do further order and direct that this order be published in the Wau sau Pilot, a weekly newspaper pub lished in the city of Wausau, which for the purpose of the publication of this order is declared the official paper of the city, for three successive publica tions of said paper prior to the 2nd day of Sept., 1901. Attest — Approved— John Patzek, Louis Makchetti, City Clerk. Mayor. first publication July 80, last Sept 10. Notice of Foreclosure and Sale- State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, Marathon County. August Schulze, Plaintiff,'! vs. Mrs. Emma Hchnlze Kloeker, Bertha Schulze, Edward E. Schulze. Henry Schulz, Herman Plaum, William H. Know and S. (i. Knox, Defendants, j Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a judg ment of foreclosure and sale, duly rendered in the above entitled action, on the 20th day of July. A. D. 1900, and docketed on the 24th day of July, A. D., 1900, in the otfice of the oerk of the circuit court, for Marathon county. Wisconsin, I, Thomas Malone, sheriff of Marathon county, Wisconsin, will offer for sale and sell, at public anctioD to the highest bidder, on the 12th day of September. A D. 1901. at the hour of two o’clock in the afternoon of ti,at day, at the west door of the court house in the city of Waussn, in said county and stave, the following described prem ises named in said judgment, to-wit: Lot number fourteen (14), in Block number one <l), of Stewart. Manson & Hinton’s Addition to the city of * ansan in Marathon county, Wis consin. aeco-diDg to the recorded plat thereof in the office of vhe Kegisti-r of Deeds of Marathon county. Wisconsin. Dated this 30(h day of July, A. D., 1901. Thomas Malone, Sherrift of Marathon County, Wisconsin. Louis Mahohetti, Attorney for Plaintiff. [First Pub. Aug. 20, last Sept. 24. J Summons. Circuit Court, Marathon County. Emma Chellis. Wm. R. Chellis 1 and the United States Leather | Company, Plaintiffs, [ vs. | Herbert Chellis, Defendant, j The State of Wisconsin, to the said defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons, ex clusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, Brown, Praut & Genrich, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. P. O. address, Wausau. Marathon Cos., Wis. The summons and complaint in the above en titled action are now on tile with the clerk of the above named court (First Pub. Aug. 20. last Sept. 3.) Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County: In probate. Notice is hereby given that at the regular term of tle county court to be held in and for said coun'y. at the court house, in the city of Wausau, 11 said county, on the third Tuesday, (being the 17th day) of September, A. I). 190 L at ten o’clock a. m.. the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Louise Green for the ap pointment of herself as administratrix of the estate of Clara Hibbard, late of the town of Knowlton, in said county, deceased. Dated August 19th, A. D„ 1901. By order of the Court: . Leon C. Miller. Register in Prooate. Kbeutzer, Biro & Rosenberry, Attorneys for Petitioner. Dr. Humphreys’ Specifies cure by acting directly upon the disease, without exciting disorder in any other part < f the system. *O. vTR.ES. PRICES. 1— Fever*. Congestions, Inflammations. .25 2 Worm*. Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .25 3 Teething, Colic, Crying,Wakefulness .25 4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25 7 Cough*. Colds, Bronchitis 25 8— Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache 25 9 Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 10— Dyspepsia. Indigestion,Weak Stomach.2s 11— Suppressed or Painful Periods .. .25 12— Whites. Too Profuse Periods 25 13— Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness 25 14— Salt Rheum. 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— lierroui Debility 1.00 30—Crinary Weakness, Wetting Bed 25 77—Grip. Hay Fever 25 Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at your Druggists or Mailed Free. Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Med. Cot, Cor. William a John Sts, Xe lork. Furnaces $ Stoves REPAIRED and CLEANED. All kind* of Tin Work latisfactorily done and a specialty is made of Tin Repairing and Roofing. Chimneys Cleaned. V. EMIL BRANDT, 610 Chicago Ave. PERSONALS. —Mrs. J. W. Nutter visited friends at Merrill last week. --Chas. Livingston and wife spent Sunday at Merrill. —F. D. Dibble spent Sunday with his family in Minneapolis. —Crosby H. Grant, of Stevens Point, spent Friday in the city. —Mrs. D. Livingston, of Merrill, vis ited relatives here last week. —Miss Mollie Murray departed yes terday morning for Minocqua. —C. S. Cone has returned home from his visit to the Buffalo exposition. —Mrs. Geo. Hart departed yesterday morning for Merrill for a short visit. —C. H. Allen, of Merrill, was down to this city on a business visit Friday. —Mrs. F. W. Burt, of Grand Rapids, is in the city a guest of her son, Fred. —George Sexmith departed yester day for a week’s visit in F'oud du Lac. —Miss Caroline Silverthorn departed Friday evening for Clinton, 111., on a visit. —Miss Nellie Silverthorn departed Saturday evening for Cranmore for a visit. —James H. Kruger, of Neenah, spent Sunday in Wausau, a guest of Neely Pardee. --K. S. Markstrum, of Bessemer, Mich., is visiting in the city with his parents. —Mabel Duffy, of Hurley, is visiting in the city, a guest at the home of John Gritzmacher. —Mrs. B. W. Pulling and children, of Marshfield, were in the city several days last week. —Herman Gerndt, employed on the New London Press, spent Sunday visit ing in the city. —J. A. Underwood left the city F'ri day evening for Cleveland, 0., on a business mission. —John Swenstowski, of Grand Island, Nebraska, is visiting at the home of M. Wawrzyniak. —Val. F'yrnys came down from Mer rill Saturday and spent the following day with relatives. —Miss Mae F'unk, of Arbor Vitae, arrived in the city Saturday for a short visit with friends. —Mrs. C. S. Carr aud daughter, Mabel, left Friday evening % for Milwau kee for a short visit. —Mrs. A. A. Hoeper and Mrs. R. Slaymaker are among those from this city visiting at Merrill. —Henry Wolslegel, employed on a Tomahawk newspaper, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. —John Ward arrived home Wednes day after a three weeks’ visit at Portage, Baocock and Grand Rapids. —Martin Bliss, who has been visiting here with his parents for the past two weeks, will return to Spokane, Wash. —W. R. Morgan spent Sunday in the city. “Rennie” is now scaling lumber for the Geo. £. F'oster Lumber- Cos. at Merrill. —C. W. Phillips, of town of Eldron, ex-member* of the board of supervi sors, was in the city on business last Friday. —John Warning left Friday morning for Sheboygan to attend his sister-in laws’s wedding. He returned home last n ; ght. —Geo. Forcey, Einert Jensen and Tony Bakke returned home Friday after spending two weeks at the Buffalo exposition. —Frank Mathie returned home Satur day morning sifter a visit of nearly two months with his brother, Ed., at Los Angeles Cal. —U. L. Goodwillie, of Oak Park, 111., was a welcome visitor to our city last week. As usual his mission was of a business nature. —Frank Haase, employed on the Mer rill Advocate, spent Sunday in the city. He will return to bis home in Wausau in about a week. —Jas. Allen departed Wednesday evening for the state of Oregon, where he will spend several weeks in looking over timber lands. —Mr. and Mrs. Al. Guyette, of Apple ton, were in the city Sunday visiting with the parents of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Delaney. —Wm. Allen left Wednesday for the western part of the county where he will set stone corners for each section of the town of Holton. —Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dunn and son, Ernest, returned Saturday from Buffalo, N. Y., where they had been visiting the Pan-American exposition. —Mrs. R. B. sPerkinson, of Toma hawk, visited over Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Margie C. Marshall. She returned home on Monday morning. —Felix Krembs, who has been spend ing a short time with his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gebhart, returned to his home in Stevens Point last Thursday. —Miss Winnie Lamb, of Stevens Point, visited the past week in Wausau a guest at the residence of Dr. A. W. Trevitt. She returned home yesterday. —Miss Sadie O’Leary, clerk at Liv- store, departed Thursday noon for Manitowoc and Marinette, for a visit of several weeks with relatives and friends. —Mrs J. A. Schields has just re returned frt i.i an 80 mile wheel trip, visiting friends in the towns of Emmet, Cleveland, Cassel and Marathon. She reports the io:<us in excellent condi tion excepting between Wausau and Marathon City. She was gone seven days. —Ossian Pardee, bi ether of the late E. D. Pardee, arrived in the city from Butte, Montana, on Friday last, and visited with Mrs. E. D. Pardee and fam ily until Saturday, when he started on his return trip. He was accompanied by his nieces—Miss Ethel Roberts, of Wooster. Ohio, and Miss Emma Par dee, of this city. They will go through Yellowstone Park and the Bad Lands of Montana, and besides visiting other points may go to Salt Lake C.tv, the guests of Mr. Pardee. It will be a very interesting and profitable trip. Miss Pardee expects to return home in about three weeks. The delivery team of the Kickbiutch Roller Mills Cos., being driven by Win. Siewert, ran away Saturday afternoon on Scott. St. and that Siewert was not killed isa miracle. After running down Scott to the corner of Third the horses veered to the left straight for the Beilis House. Hitched in f nt of the hotel was a horse belonging to Fred OhU, direct in the line of ‘he, i unaway's flight. Obis' horse was knocked onto the side walk as. was also Siewert. The crowd of people who saw the mix-up that fol lowed expected to see the man killed but when he was pulled out of the tan gle of horses it w as found that his injur ies were slight. Ohis’ horse was cut badly about the head and the Kickbuscb wagon was damaged to some extent. At least a dozen new houses are in course of construction in the lower part of the west side, in the J. M. Smith ad dition and many more will follow. This activity in the building line in this section of tow n is no doubt due to the operation of the new tannery and also to the fact that it is proposed to build a bridge across the river there at some time in the near future, which will raise the value of property in that sec tion. The painters and cigar makers played a game of base ball Sunday morning at \N arren park that resulted in a victory for the cabbage leaf boys by a score of 20 to 12. The latter fiave since been spending the daubers’ money vhich was staked on the result of the’game. DR. TURBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST and SURGEON has visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARS, Once a Month, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Sept. 10 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE ONE DATTEVEEY MONTH ONLY. DR.TDRBIN, ..srru tin smtiiw jggtJL CUBES 1 j PROMISES IK EVERY ALL •...‘j RESPECT. AND THE OHBONIO DOCTOR HAS AMONG “is CASES. i patrons some of TAT" jfi "Y* <p the most prominent JF WHO ARE HIS 10 THESE C.SES. BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VfITTNr MF W are trembled with I UUiIU IYLiLiN nervous dobility.stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted for busiuess 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 A Wlf TWT1 — There are thousands of IT!/lit lYlii iJ yov troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other Unmis takable signs of nervous debility. Many die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. ATT T"\TQT? A CT7C of delicatenature— LL JJiOE/iiOlLOiFiilaramationsaiid kindred troubles—quick! r t cred without pain or inconvenience. F ATARRTT which poisons the breath, Ln i /Vlvnil stomach and lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, A Few T Ist—’The doctor gives his personal attention to each individual * ”11113 ■ 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. Uy[*Q your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond euce and medicine sent asdlrccted. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. s SBEff, MILLINERY Call in and look over the ELEGANT NEW LllNlE. AVe are leaders and are always up-to-date. Anna W. Magnussen. 204 Third Street. S. CROSBY & CO., Real Estate Dealers! HANDLE TIMBER LANDS, FARM AND CITY PROPERTY. * We have for sale lots in all parts of the city. Also several houses, ranging in price from $1,200 to $3,200. One of Our Bargains. Seven-room house in good condition on one of the principal streets of the city, Lot 120x240, “about four lots,” with a beauti ful Lawn, good out buildings, near two good schools. Ground worth all we ask for property; an ideal place for modern home. See us if you want to Buy, Sell or Rent Property in Wausau. Office West Door Basement Marathon County Bank Building. t SCHOOL ■—SUITS! The Largest Stock, The Lowest Price, at the r GOLDEN EAQLE. BNow kthsTiine is on the way to rur store and the prices are very attractive to James Music House. JaQ k e & Weise* Makers. 211 MAIN STREET WAUSAU. Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con stitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dispcpsia, Diarrhea and all dis eases of the stom \ch and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKINIiSwS Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. T ATYTUC —If you are suffering from per- L>ii. j J I DO slstent Headache,Painful Men struation, Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend your household and social obligations. There are many women doing this to-day. However, a great many have taken treatment of thisspcclallst,and hecan refer you tothose who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. Hecan give all the encouragement in the world and will cure you if you trust youi self to his care.