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RESTORES VITALITY the '* of Me. GRBAT PRXDTOB nBMBD^ produce* the above resul-s In 30 days. It Act* powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail 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, Impoiency, 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 Is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring ing back the pink glow to pule cheeks and re storing the lire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist *>l having BE *ltOi do other. It can be carried lu vest pocket. By mall •1.00 per package, or six for 85.00, with* post tlve written guarantee to core or refund the money. Book and advise free. Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO., For sale in Wausau, Wis., by Wilter ding & Stephany. Traielers Me, 0., M. a ST. r. RAILWAY. Chicago. Milwaukee Hfid St. PRnl Railway pas senger trains loave Wausau as follows: NOUTH. Daily, except Sundays. —• 9:00 a. m. Daily, 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 —.lO 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 ard baggage checked ti l"8f iuatiou. R. Goodrich, Agent. OUICAOO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Wausnn Wausau I 245 a.m. 1:29 a.m. Oshkosh. Fond da Lac. ! 735 a.m. 3:10 a.m. Milwaukee and Chicago, f 12:30 p. m. 12.04 p.m. 1 11:15 p. m. 9:57 p.m. ) 10:00 a.m. 9.48 a.m. A..t g Rhinelander, t 7;fio m 2:38 p.m. Hurley and Ashland. $, 1;15 £ m . 8 :loa.m. 1 1:20 a.m. 2:45 a.m. Marshfield. St. I’anl, 1 10:00a m. Mitineapolik and west fl 2 Wp. m. 4:80 p.m. J 9: -7 p. m. 10:40 p.m. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15 t>. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago- Train leaving at 1:29 a m. las *leener and re clining chair car for St. i’an! and Minneaooiis. Tickets sold and buggßge checked to all imiajr tant points in the United States. Canada and Mexico. D. McNaSJOHTOn .Agent. ATTORNEYS. 'Kreutzer, Bird <fe Rosenberry. A TTORNEY3 AT I,AW. W*u-nn. Wis.. corner of Third and Jeffe son stieets—Heinemann building. Money to loan in large or small amounts. Collection a specialty. BUMP, MARCHETTI & BUMP. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Ortices. 312 Second Street. Telephone No. 178. FRED GEN RICH. A TTORNEY AT i,AW. Office in First National ** Bank Building, W'ausau. Wis. W. H. MYLREA. A 1 11). \f.Y kt I.A .. A•., sit Oho) ■“ otei t waaly Bask H B HUNTINGTON. A riOKNKT AT LAW. Ofic* on Third ttraet, ' * opposite the Court Hsa. NEAL BROWN. L A. PRADT FRED GEN RICH, District Attorney. BROWN, PRADT & GENRICH. A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Practice in all courts. Offices over First National Bank, PHYSICIANS. DR. G.R. BUG BEE. Office at residence, 52f> Jackson Street. Office hours, 2 to 6 p in. F. A. WALTERS. M. D., CURGEON aud HOMEOPATHIC PHYBI (TAN. Special attention given to Gynae cology and Oriticial Surgery. Telephone 18. Office and residence 620 Third street. Office hours from 12 to 2:30 and evenings. DR. A. L. BROWN. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offi e over * Mueller ,t Quandt’s shoe store. Residence over K V. Speer's jewelry st ire. Telephone con nection Special attention given to diseases of women and children. DR. KANO USE, I TOM(EPATHETIC Physician and Surgeon. 1 * Office and residence 517 Grant street. Telephone 62. DR. JOHN HUND (Dkutschek Arzt) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hours. 1 9to 12 a.m.; 2t05 p. in. 216 Third street, Wausau, Wis. E. M. WILLARD, M D. EYE. EAR. NOSE &THKOAT OdU* B**r* —♦ to II a. m. <u, (pa. 1 to Ip. a. Swadays— t to It a. a A. W. Berch, Dsleopi ai Ciopi. No. 318 Thin! St., Over Dunbar’s store. Lady Attendant Present. B. H. CONUN. 9£&Ti§J l'roan and Rrii*a work fTaTmEBST [****** DENTIST. tone*—PafFs Clock —216 Tbrd St AU TNI LATEST METHODS H. L. WHEELER. General Insurance Agent, Wausau, Wit. Sf:rMct lb* beat and m.l reliable esmpant** Hat. a* 1.-w a* the rtnr of the r>k lh. Office ir U*-*t>en • no*. B nk ku< ••tuj PHILIP DEAN, ArcMtect and Spiiteitt, McCrossen Btock. WaM.WjS, CITY NOTES. Dr. Rich, dentist, over American Express office, Scott street. Dr. Conlin is building an addition to liis residence on Franklin street. Mrs. H. E. McEachron was on the sick list several days of last week. A daughter was born unto Mr. and Mrs. M B. Rosen bo ry on Thursday, October 10th,1001. Dr. Tuibin, the eminent German Specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House Nov 5. The annual Thanksgiving ball of the Liederkranz singing society will be held at the Armory hall. Beginning on the 27th the butchers of Wausau will have their meat markets closed during the winter season. Operetta “Lalia” Wednesday evening at the opera house, under the auspices of the St. Elizabeth's Aid Society. The solid brick residence, being put up by R. Bauman corner of Fourth and Forest streets is nearly completed. Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Werheim, Jr., entertained at their home Wednesday in celebration of their wooden wedding Call on Thos. Delaney if you have anything in the line of plumbing or gas fitting. All work will be promptly at tended to. tf. On Wednesday evening the Elks held an installation of the officers recently elected for the ensuing term by the local branch. Jacob Slimmer had on exhibition at the Lincoln county fair last week his drove of Berkshire swine and herd of Red Poll cattle. The Frost-Phil brick Drug Cos opened its drug store next to the post office yesterday. See announcement in this issue of the Pilot. Oscar Luobner and Miss Martha Kamrath, two of Wausau’s young peo ple, will be united in marriage tomor row evening, Oct. 16th. The marriage of John L. Kiefer, of this city, to Miss Jessie Grimshaw, of Elroy, Wis.. will take place at t lie home of the latter tomorrow, Oct. lt>th. Stone masons have been at work the past few days in constructing anew lied and encasement for the boiler in the city hall used for steam heating purposes. Have your piano tuned by Leonard L. Fraser. Leave orders at James Music Stoie. The friends of Mr. and rs. Fred Kieklnisch, Jr , were pleasantly enter tained at their home on Wednesday evening iu honor of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dern, of Chicago. The Wisconsin Presbyterian synod which has been in session at Hudson, Wis., the past week, last Thursday’, voted, just at its adjournment, to meet next year in Wausau. Olive, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Esehmaun, of Brokaw, died Wednesday and was buried Thursday afternoon from Zion’s church, this city, Rev. Bretcslier officiating. The Pilot made a statement last week that the baby born at the home of Editor W. V. Silverthorn at Tomahawk last week, was a girl This was an error; the little one is a boy. A party was given Friday evening at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Madden iu honor of their son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Colton, of La- Crosse, who were their guests. Makes assimilation perfect, healthy blood, firm mucles, strong nerves. Quickens the brain, makes and keeps you well. Great medicine, Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. W. W. Albers. In the government Indian school at Odauah the small pox situation is very serious; seventy-one cases are reported. Steps are being taken to quarantine Oil an ah to keep the disease from spread ing to Ashlaru. John Hildensperger, while driving up Grand avenue on Thursday, was thrown out of his rig and his horse ran away. A broken bit was the cause. No damage was done except to the rig and that was slight. The Wisconsin Valley Land company will go into the offices now occupied by D. L PI timer iu the First National Bank building as soou as Mr. Plumer’s building at the corner of Fourth and Jefferson streets is completed. Chas. Cramer, of Kelly, was fined $5 and costs iu Judge Miller’s court Fri day for assault upon a boy. The com plaining witness in the case was the boy’s mother, Mrs. Choyguoit, also, of Kelly. Cramer paid the fine. M iss Bessie Swope has sold her pho tograph gallery on north Third street to Mrs. Edward Frost, who now has possession of the same. Miss Swope lias accepted a position in Minneapolis, where she will go in a few weeks. C. L. Warren and Miss Mabel Carr will be united in marriage next Tues day at Tomahawk, at the home of Miss Carr’s sister, Mrs. Maeumber. They will go to housekeeping in this city in the residence of S. S. Meservey on Franklin street. Rooms to Rent. —A few furnished rooms to rent, at reasonable rates, also rooms for a small family. Apply to Mrs. Janies Single, 415 south Fifth street. 2w John Willich, an aged resident of the town of Tex ts, was, on Saturday last upon his own application, committed to the county poor house by Judge Mil ler. Willich has been afflicted with t heumatism so loug that he is now a cripple and unable to do manual labor. At the Grand Encampment and Patriarch Militant of I. O O F., held at Viroqua last week, which was at tended by E. C. Zimmerntann and W. N Allen as delegates of the local lodge, the former was elected grand junior warden. The next meeting will he held at Baraboo. The Alexander & Edgar Land Cos., of Iron River, today tiled a deed for about 800 acres of land with the register of deeds. The land is timber land and is frorii the Edward Hines Lumber Cp. of Ashlaud. the consideration being $130,000. The land is in 47-10 and 46-10 —Telegram, West Superior. Thos. H. Ryan, son of T. C. Rvan of this city, was admitted to the Lincoln county bar last week. Mr. Ryan was graduated from the Wisconsin Univer sity and for many years has been study ing law in the firm of Ryan Hurley St Jones of this city. The people of Mer rill will find him a voting man of abil ity anti well posted in law. The “Athens Record,” Vol. 1, No. 1, has been issued and the first copy there of received at the Pilot office. The mechanical part of the paper shows knowledge of the business and local anti editorial work i above the average. Athens is fortunate in having sneh able men as J M. Alden anti J 11. Jackson start in the newspaper business in their town The Pilot wishes the “Record” success. The past week the Clerks’ association has had a committee go around anti visit each of the merchants ami test their feelings in regard to the early closing movement. The clerks report that those merchants who have been keeping open nights contrary to rule have agreed to close, providing all are closed. Thus it appears that the threat ened difficulty between clerk and mer chant has been successfully bridged. The work for the rural mail delirery is going foward, the route has been agreed on and a specifications of the same sent to Hon. Webb Brown, after which they will go to Washington and bo noted on by the department It will not lie long before the people living southwest of this village to the number of some 1200, will be served by free delivery. Much of the credit for the work is" due to Aug. Baseman, of the town of Wein. and to C. C. Barret of this village.—Edgar Enterprise. R. Lvon. Dantiat, will make Gold. Aluminum eg Rubber Plata*■ jTTT 7 77717 * ♦** ** j ! s.* ; HJ l-hl- I. Lit: ' \. / □717171707171 fxmx .71 !> hll ni; ;(i 1 M f ; / \ F|T.. - - - * !!!!!" i 4 47**en H'j’UUM'l'l .i 1 ~. . - addition r ili It i ■ul a I jnreer ‘ ?***" , , . r-rryrr-T-v-. — =-~r-r- ~ vryi * .. * . tt| TOTH: fl .1.1: a. a. .1J eia.3 id „ l-H’l’H’l’ld ;; tlrhlJ iiitniililiil L}l _____ ** "Jl 111 111.L1.1 l._l—i Bo ° mon Mansotfs Addition LOTS GOING FAST. Do Not Delay If You Want One. FIVE NEW HOUSES Addition. THERE ARE LEFT ONLY Four Lots in Block 1: Four in Block 2; Three in Block 3. Only a few left on the side of East Hill. Prices of Lots From . . . Office open from 7 If If M 1 II Alf Nicoll’s to 8 o’clock evenings. ff, ff ß ill la 11 fj V.J j Block. (First publication Oct. 8, last Oct. 22. Notice of Final Settlement and As signment- State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County. —In Probate. Notice is hereby given that st a regular term of the county conrt to be held in and for said county, at the c-iurt house in the city of Wansitu, in s-iid county, on the first Tuesday, (hein# the fifth da>) of October, A. D. 1901, at 10 o’olo k h. m.. the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of William A. Hett. adminis trator of the estate of Herman Manthei, late of the city of Wansan, in said county, deceased for the examination aid allowance of his final account, of his administration, and for the assißDm -nt of the residue of the estate of Her man Manthei, deceased, to 6uch other poreons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated Octobor 3d. A. D. 1901. By order of the conrt, Henry villkk. County Judge. KItEUTZEU, I'ilßDifc ROSKNBKBRY, Attorneys for Administrator. First publication Oct. 8, last Oct. 22. Probate Notice- State of Wisconsin, Connty Conrt for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby piven lhat at the repnlar term of the county court to be held in and for said c unty, at the court house in the city of Wausau, in aid county, on the firet Taesday, (beinp the third day) of December, A. D. 1901. at 10 o’clock a. nr., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Frank Tisch for the appointment of said Frank Tisch, of the connty of Marathon, as administrator of the estate of Alex. Tisch, late of the city of Wansan, in said county, deceased. Dated October 4th. A. D. 1901. By order of the court, Henry Miller, Connty Judge. Bump, Mabchetti A Romp, Attorneys for Petitioner. (First Pub, Oct. 1, last Oct. 15.) Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County:—lu Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court hoi;je, iu the city of Wausau, iu said county, or. the fourth Tuesday (being the 22d day) of October, A. I) , 1901, at ten o'clock a. m., the following matter will he heard and considered: The application of Wtlhelmine Lettan for the appointment of Wilhelm Lettan of the town of Norrie, or some other suitable person, as admin istrator of the estate of August Lettan, late of the town of Norrie, in said county, deceased. Dated September 27th, A. D. 1901. By order of the court. Henry Miller, County Judge. Mvellkr & Kkgxer, Attorneys for Petitioner. (First publication Sept. 24. last Oct. 15.) Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court f< r Marathon Connty.—ln Probate, Notice is hereby given that the time up to and including the first Tuesday of April, 1902, is her- by allowed to creditors of Clara Hibbard, deceased, to present tin ir claims for examina tion and allowance. Also that all claims so pre sented will he examined and adjusted at a regu lar term of said county court to be held at the conrt house in the city of Wausau, - o the first Tuesday of May, A. D. 1902. By the court, Henry Millkk, Dated Sept. 17, 1901. County Judge. Kreutzeb. Bird A Rosenberry, Attorneys for Administratrix. (First publication Sept. 24, last Oct. 29.) Summons. lu Circuit Court, Marathon County. Lena Johnson, Plaintiff,) vs. > Charles Johnson, Defendant.) The State of Wisconsin to the said defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap|etr within twenty days after service of this summons, exclu sive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid, and in case of yoor failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against yon according to the demand of (lie complaint, which is on file with the clerk of this court. KREntER. Bird A Rosenberry, t’lhiutiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address—Wausau, Marathon couuty, V i-ei-nsin The defendant will take notice that th • origin al c raplnii t in th> action is no hie with ths clerk of said s-t*rt a Wau*au, Wisconsin. KkICIZER. lli-DA KoSENnERRY. ITaiuiiffs Attorney*. TAKEN UP. Five sheep—one ram and one ewe ami three buck lambs— have came into the enclosure of the undersigned, iu the town of Wausau, See. 28, T 28, R. S. The owner may have same by prov ing property and paving charges. Oct. 4, 1801. 3 ACG. llafkmasx. C. SMITH, M. D. Wausau, Wis., S P E I A LI ST in all Chronic and Private Diseases. Special attention given to all female complaints All calls answered day or night. Office over Wilterdinsr A Slephanj’s drug store, corner Third and Washington streets. Residence 713 Second and Franklin streets. TELEPHONE 469. J=*i)ke & Weise, 2.. main STREET WAUSAU. FOREST CITY DRUG STORE. East Side Store—Cor of Third and Washington Sts. PUREST £ FRESHEST .JDRUGrS. Prescriptions Filled at hours— day cs night. W W. ALBERS, PROP. The Purity of our Brew has in the past year increased our sales over 30 per cant. Look at_th is “Ad’* ami then make a trial purchase at the store of HERMAN LEMKB for anything tn the lie of Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Etc., Etc. EDa fftock is always fresh anri.prices the lowest. Jackson St, bet wees Third and Fourth. Win. Bauch, UplolsttiFfr J® Tiiiier and >lunnfttCtarer of and Dealer in Awnings, Flags and Baiting. Foot of Washington St. Carriages. UiutKiee Sofas Rockers. Easy Chairs, lie., U|4i<'ll*ml. Keiwi'pd ;■<! Trimm-il. Pim.l mm Hilliard ) able* Rt.jM.irwl a* ii<id as New. Parnate Fitted, Sewed and i jud in a Super Vrcil pels ; t(r Earner. Si ecini attenti -n is <ien to the fixing up of Offices. Room*. Etc CH/15. OURKEI, Coatrasier ail Haase MOVER,. AH work pnmptl? asd earafally atteaied te mA wtiahrli - - raaraa'rad- Ai*o team week t—at riw—kl acic—. Hail a er addraaa ■ Ay aNI BauO Mna. foar Mn.w, WEST SIDE PHdRndCY South First Avenue Purest Medicines always on hand. Toilet Articles, Per fumery, Etc Prescriptions compounded a* all honrs of day or night. There are very sensible reasons why you should wear our clothes : They are moderately priced. I hey are made in the very best style and manner. They will give unequalled service. I hey greatly improve your appearance. M. Wavrrzyiiiak, One Doer East of J. E. Leahy's Residence. PERSONALS. —Dr. LaCount was in Merrill, Wed nesday. —Mrs. D. T. Jones was in Merrill on Wednesday. —Rev. C. J. Gilbert, of Antigo, was in the city Wednesday. —Frank Bismark was in Merrill Sun day seeing his best girl. —Phillip Murry was among the Mer rill visitors on Thursday. —A. M. Fox, of Sevens Point, was on our streets last Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gamble, of Ed gar, spent Sunday in Wausau —J. N. Manson was in Chicago sev eral days last week on business. —Jas. S. Wilson, of Merrill, was a visitor to the city on Wednesday. —W. H. Carey, the Grand Rapids insurance man, was in the city Thurs day. —Mrs. Frank Richards, of Merrill, spent last week visiting friends in the city. —Miss Emma Marx visited last week at Merrill with her sister, Mrs. T. C. Olson. —W. G. John went to Milwaukee last evening to attend the wedding of his brother. —Mrs. G. W. Witter visited last week at Merrill with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Fleming. —L. H. Johnson, of Minneapolis, was in the city on Wednesday, looting after his addition. . —Mr. and Mrs. Beilis returned home Friday evening from a visit with rela tives at Berlin. —Rev. S. N. Wilson returned Friday from Hudson, where he had been to at tend the Presbytery conference. —Dennis Dawson and wife, of Mer rill, were in the city Wednesday attend ing the funeral of Mrs. Davenport. —G. D. Jones and daughter, Phoebe, went to Duluth, Minn., on Thursday evening. They returned on Sunday. —Mrs. Lamar Sexmith and sister, Mrs. Goodlander, of Rockford, 111., went to St. Paul Friday evening on a visit. —Mrs. 11. G. McCrossen and daugh ter, Cornelia, will go to New York state very soon and will spend the win ter there. —W. H. Deakin departed today for Mondovi with his household goods, where lie will join his family and reside in the future. —Mr. and Mrs. David Brands and guests, Mr. aud Mrs. X. Brands, of Dav enport lowa, took in the fair at Merrill last Thursday. —Rev. F. Werhahn returned home Saturday morning from Stevens Point, where he attended the Lutheran Evan gelical conference. —W. R. Bryan has closed up all his business here and departed Friday evening for Chicago where he will reside in the future. —Mrs Geo. Borowitz was at Traverse City, Mich., last week attending the funeral of her father, Mr. Kruper, who died on Wednesday. —F. W. Crosby, formerly agent for the Armour company in this city but now located at Ironwood, Mich., spent Thursday in Wausau. —Mrs. Win Wylie, who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. R. H. Johnson, will depart for her home in Los An geles. Cal., tomorrow. —X. Brands and wife, of Davenport, la., who spent ten days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brands, returned to their home Friday evening. —Mrs. A. B. Fitzer and Miss Joseph ine Single, will go to Colorado in a few days. They will spend the winter in Pueblo and other cities in that state. —Miss Edna Ritter went to Wausau this morning and will spend the winter with Mrs. R. B. Norton and attend the Wausau high school.— Crandon Repub lican. —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colton, of La- Crosse, who had been visiting with the parents of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Madden, returned to their home Satur day morning. —M. H. Duncan, W. D. Kollock, Homer Ross aud editors Powers and Lohmar, of the Herald, went up to Mer rill Saturday to attend the races that were postponed from Friday. —Asher Boyles came up from his home at Nekoosa Saturday and paid a brief visit to his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. C. M. Boyles before going to Elcho, where he will spend several days hunting ducks. —Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Goodingde parted for Chicago on Wednesday even ing. The former returned on Satur day The latter will visit relatives in Lockport, 111., and Ripon, Wis., before returning. —Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dern who had beeu visiting in the city for ten days with the former’s parents, returned to Chicago on Friday. The doctor has charge of the Illinois Steel company’s large hospital. —Hiram Dunlield lias returned home from Minnesota after a long absence. Hi. looks a little thin from hard work but is feeling well. He has just com pleted a timber estimate which work consumed 153 days. —Mrs. Harriet C. Baker expects to depart for Pueblo, Colorado, this week to visit relatives during the winter. Her sou. George, and daughter, Mrs. C. S. Davenport, and a sister, Mrs. John Peters, all reside there. —Mr. L. L. Frazer of Wausau was here Tuesday attending to the wants of the musical people by placing their in struments in proper tune. Oscar Berger of Wausau, was here last Thurs day in the interest of James Music Cos. —Athens Record. —Fred, better known as “Tousie” Lanouette, a former Wausau boy who ht.B spent much of his time of late years in the West, arrived in the city Friday for a brief visit. It has been several years since Mr. Lanouette visited the scenes of his youth, and he therefore notes many changes. —Among those at the Merrill fair from this city last Thursday, were John Mathie, Phil. Stadler, Jos. Maver, Nic. Zender, Pat Delaney, Otto Holzman, M H. Duncan. Geo. tialder, Al. Haider, Jim Allen, Dennis Gorman, Emil Gcrndt and Fred Bearwald. —Jonathan Baker, of Appleton, was in the city last Wednesday renewing old acquaintances. He was a former resident of this county, and in 1861 was at work at Trappe and went from there into the army. He was with all the Wausau boys*Who were in the army and visited with many of them during the day. —John Blair, who lias been working in the glazing department of the Curtis & Yale factory, ha r disposed of his household goods and together with his family will, in a few days, move to Seattle, Wash , where they will make their home in the future. John has already secured a position in the west ern city. —D. L. Goodwillie, of Oak Park. 11l , of the (inn of G"odwillie Bros, of this city, spent a few days in Wausau last week His mission was business, bnt if he gets as much pleasure out of his visits to Wausau as his friends do who have a chance to lie in his company for any length of time, he must vastly enjoy himself while here. —Albert Johnson, a former resident of V. atisau. and junior member of the firm of Donahue & Johnson who atone time carried od extensive lumbering opera’ioDS on tiie Wisconsin waters, was ir town the latter part of last wee!:. Mr. J ihnson is now located on a farm near Boyd in Chippewa Cos., and has abandoned his former business. 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, Nov. 5. and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE ONE DAT EVEEY MONTH ONLY. JF^tl fit, ual iilMMßli mmm?' E TOM, Tin Spiilisl CURES ALL GHBONIO OASES. WHY 4 ? BECAUSE HE GIVES KIS ENTIRE ATTENTION TO THESE CASES. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VfITTMr MI? W D you are troobled with I UUilLr ill £_> 1, nervous debility,stupid rn-ss, or are otherwise unfitted for business or study, caused f rom youthful errors orexcesses, you should consult this specialist at once. Don't delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD TIT A Wlf Y\fTl —There are thousands of J\lit U you troubled with weak, aching 1 backs aud kidneys and other unmis takable signs of nervous debility. Manydieof this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. ATT HTCU A CPC of delicate naturfr nLL UlOilAollOinfiaramationsaiid kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or inconvenience. P ATiRRH which poisons the breath. Lrl 1 rtnnn stomach aud lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, m p QU/ Dnlnto f —The doctor gives his personal attention to each individual “tJW rUllllS • case. 2nl—All business conducted on a professional basis and strictly confidential. 3rd—Namcc and pictures never published unless requested to do so. 4th—The doctor’s patrons are his fitends. uu_|x_ your troubles if living away from city. Theusands cured at home by ccrrespond ence and medicine sent as directed. 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. iX. BAER^^ SCOTT 11 STREET Stock New £ Fresh. Prices the Cheapest. . D ljTn fve C 1/10 Goods delivered to any rrIUINL, part of the city, free. „ CH/JS. H. WEQNER, Wegner's *-iuu> and is the best 1 Dry Goods, Groceries, General .W j Provisions, Canned store Goods, Crockery, Flour, inthe Jl j p eed# Etc City of Wausau. Freak Eri a.d Exeellcsst T nWPQqi PDTP¥Q Batter al wayl o* kaad. LU IT £lkJ 1 1 illuljU. Geeda dsdivered te say part ef the city free ef eharge. . so YEARS’ Jggj^HK^EXPERIENCE ■TLJJ * L J J i I k I C ■ J An BjjEfg |1 | . | Trade marks Designs r rfTt’ Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may enlckty ascertain oar opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents aent free. Oldest agency for securing patent*. Patents taken through Monn A Cos. receive special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A taandomefy illustrated 'weekly. T.*west cir culation of any scientific journal. Term, 93 a year; foai months, $L Sold by all newsdealer*. MUNN & Cos. 3 '~ a ”>- New York. Branch Office. 826 V St.. Washington. D. C. MORGAN BROS. Elegant Rigs famished on abort notice. Boarding by the day or week. Prices the very west. MuleU*nßt. ’Hti Cf. Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con. stltntionai and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula. Dlspepsia, Diarrhea and all dis eases of the stomach and bowels treated far!* advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN Spotg.Pimples, Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pare and healthful state. T A ’nTUC —lf you are suffering from per* LAUIivO sistent Headache,Painful Men struation, Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it wereimoossible 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 this specialist, and he can refer you to those who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. He can give all the encouragement in the world and will cure you If you triui your self to his care. fall MTT.T,INERT Call in and look over the elegaNt New lINe. We are leaders and are always up-to-date. Anna W. Magnussen. 204 Third Street. No matter how fast you you will never be able to gain any unless you seek reliable places when out trading. If you are out after FURNITURE you gain by buying it of CHAS. HELKE, 911-818 Fourth Bt. DO NOT BUY A Range, Cooking or Heating Stove of Any Kind ...Until You Examine They Are The Most Durable, Convenient and Economical. Eoenj One Guaranteed Perfect Full line of HEATERS. Full line Of RANCES. CENERAL HARDWARE R. BAUMANN, Third Street. BUSINESS MEN REALIZE THE FACT THAT DR. TURBIN CAN BE DEPENDED OK TO FULFIL HIS PROMISES IN EVERY RESPECT, AND THE DOCTOR HAS AMONG HIS PATRONS SOME OF THE MOST PROMINENT 1 BUSINESS MEN. WHO ARE HIS BEST FRIENDS.