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E. B. THAYER, Editor and Piop.—VOE. XXXVII.
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It is a pleasure to show them. Call at the FROST-PHILBRICK PHARMACY The Economical Drug; Store, Next to Post Office. Miss Carlotta Blaurock, STUDIO \ McCrosscn Block. Instructions given in drawing and painting from cast, or model. Open-air class in Landscape. Criticisms given on Mondays, Tues days, Fridays and Saturdays. Special provision for Saturday classes. SCHOOL NOTES. On Thursday Mr. Parlin gave an in teresting talk on athletics. On Friday a declamatory contest was held in Stevens Point between the Uigl schools of Westfield. New Lisbon, Medford. Sparta, Merrill, Montello, Wausau and Stevens Point. Mis- Mott, Snpt. Karl Mathie and Alfred Wilson accompanied Miss Lily Fnenfstueck, the Wausau representative, to Stevens Point, but did not return victorious. The first place was won by Mr. Erie Brandt, of Sparta, who declaimed “The Convict's Soliloquy.” Second place was awarded to Miss Annie Hanson, of New Lisbon aud the third place to Miss Josephine Bosch, of Merrill. “Sparta cus to the Gladiators” was given by .Miss Hanson and “The Drama of Eu gene Aram" by Miss Bosch. Wausau suffered defeat at Appleton and the silver cup which adorned the Assembly room is gone, but we hope uot for always. Our boys were handi capped by the muddy track and the hot weather but still they won eight points. Marinette High school took tirst place making B*> points, and Appleton Third Ward school took second place making points fhas Gilliam took second place in the Hammer throw, throwing it 127 feet, breaking the record. Joe Fleming took s-coi>d iu the mile bicycle and Richard Goelsct won third place in the mile run Wausau got third place in the relay while perhaps we could have got first place in the 100 yard dash if George Silverthoru had not been called back on the finish for a new start. Edward Mtnnm qualified for the High hurdles and Will Soholtield qualified for the 220 yard dash. The Wausau people who went to Ap pleton were: Mr C. C. Parlin and Mr. A R Schulu. Captain Will Schol field. Joe Fleming. Richard G -ct- 1 . Fred * Seventh, Donald Wi -on. F Mumm. Harry Williams, Oscar Brom berg, George Wilson, James McCul lough. Fok Rent— The store occupied by Frank Osswald, as a bakery, on Third, will be for rent from May 10th. I>k. W. T. Law kexci: NEARLY READY. The new St. Paul depot, at the east of Grunt street, is now about ready for the traveling public. The depot has been finished for some time, but to get th • walks and grounds in proper con dition has taken time, while the sur roundings are no where near completed as yet, still the brick walk is laid about the depot and clear to Franklin street, ami this will enable the depot being opened, and Reid Goodrich, the com pany’s very efficient agent for this city says that event will take place in about a week. The depcc now occupied by the company is to be moved across the track and placed just north of the store house aud will be connected with the same by a platform. The coal house, engine house and water tank are to be taken down and moved south to a point east of tin 1 gas house, on the east side of the railroad track, and all about the depot and extending from Franklin street north to Scott street south, will be made into a handsome park, this will give Wausau one of the handsomest de pots and grounds that can be found in the state, outside of large cities, and many of those will not be in it with the St.. Paul’s new depot and grounds in Wausau. FOR SALE. 1 will receive bids until the Ist day of June for a brick barn, wood shed and other small buildings; a part of the house together with the windows, and doors in the same. All at the corner of Fourth and Franklin streets. The above must lie sold and will go at a bargain. Enquire of James McCrossen, room No. 4, MeOrossen block. Very Low Excursion Rates to Denver, Colo., Via the North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold June 22, 28 and 24. with final return limit unti. Oct. 31, inclusive, account International S. S. Convention. Apply to agents Chicago A North- W ester n K'y. Excelsior Bicycles, LIGHT ROADSTER MODEL A, 1 Price /TA Complete, JUf or Gents. A light. racey wheel ot particularly attractive ap- peaiam e. It i* faaL strong and durable, eonibin- yjyT • ing all the latent *a4 most popular features. Ser- C 3 vice able for nxid racing. Superior to others. SPECIFICATIONS. FRANK sheiby seamless tubing throughout, l inch main tubes; Vineh nun .1 to vinch oval rear forks; Vinch ovu. I 'Jjt- J rear stays; flush joints throughout. V/Vp POKK—Orop forced double arched pattern crown; inch af e. m te&s fork sides; linch hea.i stem for Vincb bar stem.! F\iJ\ BA NO SB Fauiwr special; new style spearuea*! sprocket: I *jjt } inch diamond facts! cranks. >^r Vt'HULit-OtoiBOMS special fcW; EieeKjar spokes and nip pies; first quality uiapfe rims, enameled and striped to I Jr t match frame CHAlN—Diamond No. S3 JM6 inch cmisw SE \T POST—Finely nickel plated: complete with internal F\b~\ FIN Ist! Special finish : hand putl-ned: royal blue frame; head ai.-l seat jass* roast -ontn ire. a:! bright part * nickeled on cooper. TIRKS— I Triumph. Oxford, or Morgan A vvright. 1 or IS-in. fj v extra for O * J. clincher tires. ■ m s \PIM.K rwir: No. is A. or Sager Star. ■ : | HANDLE BARS—Forward extension adjustable, or Kelly PE PALS -I!ridge;H>,A Vo. t. cents . TOOL Ml—Complete with wretch. oil can, pump, and re C. F. DUNBAR, 112 THIRD STREET. WA USA uWbPILOT. WAUSAU BUSINESS UNIVER SITY. The Wausau Business University closes for its summer vacation May 28. Mr. Davis the local manager advises us that the school year has been very satisfactory, especially in the character and ability of the students secured, forty one having graduated and a num ber of them have completed both busi ness and shorthand courses. Mr. Toland, president of the Univerr sity and also of a number of other similar institution in this state, Minne sota, and lowa, came here four years ago and without any assistance of any kind founded the Wausau Business University. He promised a modern practical and up-to-date school. How well he has kept his promise is shown by the fact, that nearly every student who enrtdled has secured lucrative em ployment, many of them holding the most desirable positions in the city, and many times during the past four years, the demand for Wausau Busi ness University graduates has been in excess of the supply. Mr. Toland has certainly kept his promise and in addition to the advan tages of his school from an educational standpoint has brought a great deal of money to Wausau that would have beeu expended elsewhere, had it not been for the University. Very Low Rates to San Francisco and Return. Via the North-Western Line. Tick ets will be sold May 27 to Juueß, inclus ive, limited to return within sixty itiO) days, on account Imperial Council, Nobles of Mystic Shrine. Through Drawing Rooms aud Osbervatlon Priv ate Compartment Sleeping Cars and Tourist Sleeping Cars daily. Person ally conducted twice a week. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Westeru R'y. Mrs. Clara Boetcher, practical mid wife, Fifth street, next to German Lutherau church. Confinements and and all other kinds of sickness taken at the house. tf. WailsaiJ, Wls., tUespay, May 20, 1902. HENRY J. McK/.Y’S BOOK. interesting Work of Wausau and Vicinity Which Will Be Ready Next Week. ■ mL. ■r-^v mmmt $ Henry J. McKay’s book of poems, will be ready for distribution in about one week. One of the advance copies has been received at the Pilot office. It contains 170 pages, and is hand somely bound in cloth anil has a tasty and unique cover design in black and gold. This little volume contains the best of Mr. McKay’s efforts for the past eight years and what he has done; along this line has beeu during his leisure moments and for his own pleas-; ure True, many who have known ability as a writer of poetry, have ini-; portuned him to write upon one thing! or another of a local nature aud many ; of such have found their way into the! city papers, but most all of the poems j are to be seen for the first time in his i book now about to be issued. The ; poems are very interesting and will prove so, especially, to the residents of Wausau, and to those who have ever made their homes here, and they demonstrate Mr. McKay to be pos sessed of genius as a writer and one whose fame will spread as time ad vances. Many of Mr. McKay’s effusions have published throughout the land, in tee country press as well as the IN DARKEST MARATHON. W hile the laws of this state are sup posed to be just and equitable there are some Haws and grave ones at that; for instance there is no law in the state w! ,; ffi provides a severe enough punish ment for a crime the story of which we are about to relate. While people as a rule look upon a man with leniency who has committed an error and fell into the clutches of the law, yet some times there are exceptions and the bru e mentioned in this article is to oe despised as is a leper and there should be no mercy shown such a wretch- Jas. Chapman came to this section many years ago and purchased a farm of 200 acres in the town of Hull. He raised a large family, sixteen children being born to him, twelve of whom are now living. About two years ago his wife died and since that time one of his youngest daughters, Nellie, has kept house for him. The farm on which they lived was worth, so it is claimed, at least $7,000 but recently Chapman sold the place for $5,000 and skipped out of the country, his daugh ter going to Ashland. A little over a week ago a son-in-law of the old man, Wm. Rice, of Iron Mountain, Mich., appeared in this city iu municipal epurt and then the story of Chapman’s foul act was made knowu. He swore out a warrant for the arrest of the latter on the charge of incest and told of the delicate condition in which the girl, Nellie, was in. It was learned that the old fellow had purchased a ticket at Colby for Chicago but had made in quiries as to the route to Wilkesbarre, Pa. Requisition papers were secured on the governor of Pennsylvania and deputy sheriff Chellis departed for tiiat state a week ago. After arriving at Wilkesbarre he lound that the fellow bad been there but had gone to a small town called Jerniyn in Laekawana county where he was visiting a sister. There he was found and arrested and brought back arriving Sunday morn ing. He was brought before Judge Miller yesterday morning for a hearing, but the case was postponed until June 4th that witnesses might be secured to tes tify against him, and was admitted to SI,OOO bail, which he furnished. There is no doubt but what Chapman will be given a good long term in the peniten tiary. and as he is now *>4 years of age he perhaps will not live to complete his sentence. He talks Of the matter freely and acknowledges his guilt. KILLED BY A RATTLESNAKE. The following is a dispatch which was published in the leadingdaily paper on Wednesday hist: Grace Dickens, aged six years, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dickens, farm ers lit ingacross the river near La Crosse was killed by a huge rattlesnake while trying to save her baby brother, three years old from a similar fate. i>he was tending the child in a buggy on the front porch. She left him an instant and upon returning found a large rattlesnake in the buggy with the baby, lu trying to get it away with a broom, the reptile slipped down the handle and onto the little girl, wind ing itself around her neck and sinking its fangs into her neck near the jugular vein. She died shortly after in great pain. Tic- baby w as unhurt. Interscholastic Athletic Ass'n Meet at Madison. W;s- Rate of one fare will be made for round trip for this occasion by the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul By, on May ilrtth and 30th. and for trains ar riving at Madison not later than lilt* p m. on May 3lst Good for return on June 3rd. R Goodrich. Agent. metropolitan dailies, and have beeu spoken iu the public schools. His win songs have been snug from the stage on many occasions and several of them made decided hits in Milwaukee at the Alhambra theater. The book w ill lie a valuable one to every Wausau library and it should re |ceive a place in each. Our citizens '• should see that this is done, and by so | doing they will give just recognition to : deserved home talent and also encour agement to strive for higher positions i on the ladder of fame. Herman Becker will have the agency ;of Mr. McKay’s book aud any one de ft ring a copy can be supplied by ad dressing either the author or the agent in this city. ; To give a better idea of the nature of t ie work the Pilot again publishes the ; preface given iu the w-ork, \*iz ; “This book of poems is the result of ;several years of intermittent glimpses ; at the wonders and beauties of nature, ; lying at our own doors, and of the strivings of the spirit within the writer as he felt their influence upou his thought and life. Wausau is truly a city beautiful for situation, with a chain of blue-coated hills surrounding it, while down through the broad valley in wijich it lies, the sparkling waters of the pretty Wisconsin river flow, cut ting the city in twain, and reaching their climax of beauty at Big Bull Falls. Southward the river still winds its way, lapping the forest fringe at the bases of Rib and Mosinee hills, and receiving into its heaving bosom the Big Rib and Eau Claire rivers. Beauty is to be found everywhere, and the hand of the Creator has truly traced the beautiful upon our hills and in our valleys. “In the busy years of pioneer settle ment, there was little time for poetical inspiration, and it was left to the pen of a later generation to describe the scenes which remain in one’s memory as pleasing remembrances. The author hopes that his efforts may uow quicken others to more deeply appreciate our beautiful surroundings.” A FEW CHANGES. George Maxson has been engaged as manager of the Brook and Ross Lum ber company’s mills, lumber yards, etc., at Schofield. This is deserved rec ognition of Mr. Maxson’s ability and long service in the employ of that com pany, with which he has been four years anti he has been steadily with Mr. Ross for twelve years. Chet Werden, who has been manager for the company for the past three or four years will go to Arkansas to take charge of the interests of C. J. Winton, Chas. Gilbert and others, who have, the past winter, pur chased a large tract of timber land tlown there and recently they pur chased a saw mill which is now in full operation. Mr. Werden will depart for the South about the first day of June, accompanied by his family, and will live in Pike City, Arkansas. All re gret, deeply to lose Mr. and Mrs. Wer den, but of course cannot hope to keep them always when better opportunities aud better conditions await them in new fields. Mr. Maxson will enter into his uew duties on June Ist and will at that time move his family to Schofield. He has rented his home in Wausau. SCOTCH SHORTHORN CATTLE. Secretary Parker of the Fair Asso ciation has received notice from Dun can Bro’s at Wausau, stating that the brothers will oe here during the fair with their famous herd of shorthorn cattle including the bull “Young Fel low-.’’ This exhibit will be one of the best attractions at the fair this year. Messrs. Duncan will be on the grounds and will give advice to the farmers rela tive to the raising and care of the best stock. Thev - also act as judges for all stock displays that may be exhibited by the local farmers foi premiums. New North. For Salk—Lot 9, block 2, Warren’s 3d addition, two blocks north of high school building, for sale at a bargain Apply at the Pilot office for terms, tf v ;■ ■■ ' THE LATEST Wheeler & Wilson Hit ADVANTAGES CONTAINED IU NO OTHER SEWII6 MACHINE. It combine* great speed with fight running and aiience, sewing three yards ot goods while other machines sew two. It masts a atitc*: on heavy soods that is elastic and string and mil uot pucker the Ughest material. It has a practical set of steel attachments covering a Urge range of work. Not “ how cheap,’” hot “ how good ” should he your guide m bov-ng a aewmg mach:n*. Do not be i satisfied without first giving the “no. 9“ 1 a trial. Ii year dealer does not handle them seed fu? catalogue. WHEELER & WILSON HF6. CO. 72 and 74- Wabash Ave. CHICAGO. ILL. T The EGGS I the coffee roaster uses I to glaze his coffee with— vfgr I would vou eat that kind of I eggs? Then why drink them? 1 Lion Coffee 1 has no coating of storage eggs, j. glue, etc. it's coffee—pure, 1 Pk unadulterated, fresh, strong I and of delightful flavor J and aroma. M |QKW fnlfoim quality and fre!inve ary Insured fi) the ae&ivil I'UCtafc-c. ======= == == C* -^cre-—r. SCARCITY OF BRICK. There is so much “doing” at p- sent in the building line that brick manu facturers in this section find it impossi ble to fill orders notwithstanding they had a big stock on hand last fall at close of business. With the passing of win ter, this stock was all contracted for and soli! before the spring manufac ture had begun aud though nearly every manufacturer has since been working to his fullest capacity there is still a great shortage. It is but a few weeks ago since an outside contractor came here to do some sewer laying and though he employed Wausau men aud desired to use Wausau material, when it came time to select his brick for the construction of man holes and. catch basins he found he could not buy a brick and he was foreed to buy from Kaukauna manufacturers, and pay a freight tariff. The same conditions have prevailed at certain other times previous to this year but never to so marked a degree. GRAND CLEARING SALE For 80 days, commencing May Ist, E. V. Speer will hold a clearing sale at his jewlery store on Third street. An over stock of goods induced him to do this and reduce the same he will offer for sale all goods in his line, such as watches; clocks, jewelry, silverware, optical goods, cut glass, lamps, bric-a-brac, etc., at and below cost. Now is the time to avail yourselves of the oppor tunity to get goods in this line for a little money. This is a bona fide sale and means just as represented. Call and see goods and learn prices. Re member all goods marked down at cost aud less un;il the stock is satisfactorily reduced. Now is the chance to secure what you want at your own price. Re member the place. E. V. Speer’s Wau sau’s oldest aud most reliable jeweler. Change In Sleeping Car Service on the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Commencing Friday, May 23d, an ad ditional sleeping ear will le-'.ve Wau sau at eight o’clock in the evening for Milwaukee arriving there at 4:30 A. m. Passengers can remain in oar until 7 a. m. Also the car now operated between Wausau and Chicago will arrive in Chi cago at 7 a. m. instead of 9:30 as at pres ent, returning cars will leave Milwau kee and Chicago, same as now arriv ing in Wausau 9:25 A. m. R. Goodrich, Agent. FOR SALE, Owing to the fact that Dr. Kanoi; • Is going to move to Three Lakes for the summer, he has several articles of fur niture which he .wishes to dispose of. Any one wishing to purchase a library table, swinging book-case, etc., are re quested to call soon as he will leave next Friday. When Prof. H. N. Birge, director of the Wisconsin geological and natural history survey wrote to Senator Quarles urging him to take up with the di rector of geological survey the question of further topographic surveys in this state during the coming summer we believe he was blazing the way which will result in a greater knowledge on the part of the people in general as to the formation in this state. He espec* lally recommended that such a survey be made in Marathon county, to take in that portion in and about Wausau which would incidentally include Rib bill. There are very few sections of the state that present a greater field for the topographer, the geologist, the mineroiogist or the student of nature than is to be found right here in Mara thon county. On Thursday Geo. W. Brown of Neills ville, special state game warden for this district, visited this city for the purpose of talking La Follettism and investigating charges that the state game laws were being violated in this section. It appears that prior to 1898 one could with hook and line catch fish in the Wisconsin river jat most any old season of the [an act was passed which prohibited the catching of fish in any lake or stream j in the state during the spawning sea * did not intend to make any arrests | until further violations had been re i ported to him. | There has been received at the post i office in Wausau, a Doremus canceil ; ing machine, which is quite a curiosity. I The stamping of thousands of letters by j hand, daily, in a postoffice the size of ! Wausau, is a great item in time, and I means a great deal of labor on the part | of the clerks, besides, in order to get an j impression by hand quite a blow has to j lie given. The new machine, which 1 Postmaster Trevitt has induced the government to put in here, will stamp i 300 letters in a minute and print each i in a neat manner, and it is arranged so j that there is no danger of doing any j damage to letters. CASTOR IA For Infant* and Children. Be Kind You Have Always Bought No. 23— TERMS, $1,450 per Annum The H. B. Huntington Cos., Law, Real Estate and Fire Insurance. Third St., Opp. Court House, Wausau, Wls Over 40,000 Acres / of Fin* Firming and Hardwood Lands for Bale ia Maimtksn, LiSeali and Taylor Counties, Wis. Fin# ftveldenca Property. Businas* Property Uiulldlim Lota ; and Acre Properly for sale In the oily. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. In Sale, the nwH ef the hU mo. , is tews to range 7, exuyu ag IS amt la the >w smut el Uie 10; good home thereon; 1, clone by the city; great bargain. For Sate, H *e. S, aad H of neH, and teH t<t. li, and eeti of neti, and aM ef it Vi. and SWM at mH tec 7, and n* and aaH ef twH and iH ef twH and aH ef eeia eee. a all la tewa to tease to In town ef Plover. Per Sale, wH of twH eee, 1, town at, range TANARUS; and teH eee. 10, MdeUiwb eee. 11, and swig ef MH aad ij, of twH eeo. 11, and eH ef iw>, aad H of iwW eeo. 'B, and aH of nwH eee. 14, tad nH ef neH eeo. 15, V* ef teH *ec. 23, end ie> ef neH and H ef nwH ana >M ef lM aad neH ef ie!4 eeo. IS. and a H ef nwH, eec. M, tewa St, re age 8, In town ef Texaa. Per gale, nH ef twH. and nH ef teH eee. 14, te wa 38, raagt 4, in town ef Waist. Per Salt, t#H mc. to and aH ef twH, aad twH ef twHtc.to and eeH MO. ff, sa* Mg MM. to ell in tewa SO, tango S, town ef Hewitt. Per Sale, rwH ef eeH. end wH of t*H. eee. 11, town K, range a tewa ef Hewitt, Per Sale, iwH aad awH ef eeH eeo. as, town !<*, tango , tewa ef Hewitt. Per Sale, aH ef twH eee. M. aad oh ef awH nee. 89, town so, range a, tewa ef ItIVM. Per Sale, *H ef nwU mo. IS, town *7, range 4; end H ef neH end t#M ef IWM SM. to Mm to range 4, town, ef Meatnee and Cleveland. Per Sale, a*H. and neH ef eeH eee. IS, tewa IS. range 10, tewa ef Rem. Per Sale, swH eeo. is, tewa to range k; and *M is*. 7, tewa to raage a tSMM Sf l—bww sad Texaa. Per Sale, aH ef eeH tee. Si, tewa SB, range 9, tewa ef Hewitt, Per Sale, aw* aad swH eee. IS, all la tewa S7, mage S, tewa ef Manvel Per Sale, neH ef eelg end eH ef eeH see. 15, t*wm M, range 5, town ef low bant Par Sale, eeH ef *wH end wH ef eeH eee. to town SO, range a tewa sf Tsana Per dale, no fr.H see. 4, tewa M, range 7, town sf Males. Per Sale, wH ef awH. aad ewH ef rwH see. to aad eeH see. to tewa to (tags a Was S* Mil Lake. Per Sale, lets I aad I, tea. It, aad mH ef ew H ta wH ef ewH ted a* ef nrVi MO. to •* ia leva K, range S, tewa ef Hewitt Per Sale, teH of mH see. 4, aad aH ef swH *eit. W, all In tewa to stags S| end seH SSi. to tewa Si, range I, town* of Texaa and Htwltt Per Sale, Hef eeH sea : and nH •( eeH ts*. c, lews st, reage a tewa ef laewltea. Per Sale, nH ef neH and aH ef ewH see. f, and r.H ef >*H see. % to wa to ranged, tewa ef Rebtog. Per Sale, efH eee. M, tewa St, range a anti eH ef ewH see. a taw* to range a teeree ef PeSesee tad Woitoa. Per Sale, eH sf mH mo. ia and ewH see. to town 11, range a In Taylor oenaty. Per Sole, teH ••• a end wH ef iwk eee. 17, and iH H eee. ia Uln tewa 87. range ala tewa ef Brighton, end eH ef iM mo. 89, town to, megs 4, In town sf Berlin; aati nH ef twHeea. to town si, range ala town ef Seett; and ewH m*i. St. town sa range 7. la tewa of MonllCl tnoeK aeanty. Per Sale, neH ef seH see. 80, towns sa range a town ef Hletbreot. Per Sale, eH of eeH eee. SI, town S7, range a town ef Inuv. Per Sala seH **e. M, end swH see. 15, town 17, raige 4, town ef *lletwiaaa Per Sale, wH ef ewH eee. sa town SO, range 10, town ef Barrlsaa. Per Sole. eH ef ewH and nwH ef eeH sea. SI, town 80, range IS, town ef ImM Per Bole, twH W 4 to town to, range 4, town ef Wain. ' Per Sale, nH we. SO, town IS, range a town of Rib Falla. Per Sale, t*H ef nwH and eH ef twH *c. a town to, range a tewa ef FnakfUt Per Sale, lot* ia 14 and 14 and ewH ef neH et. 4, town sa range a ■ elaaretl geld ead gweOtog home thereon, tows af Beaton. Per Sale, awH eee. ia town 80, range a In town ef Halsey. Per Sala neH ef eeH and *H ef eeH sea. St town M, raage la town ef Rover. Per Sale, neH sf eH sad tH ef eeH eee. to, town W, range 8, town of Jehctea Per Sale, wH of neH and nwH ef nwH tee. 14, town 91, range a In town ef Sseaeer: and nUsad aeH o f iv I '. tee. ia town 27, range 2, la town ef Brighton; end eeH mo. la town to ranges, la town of Hull; end eH ef twH end *H hi we. 14 town to, rouge aln town ef Holton; and nwH cf eH la, town 17, range *. Ik town ef Ban Plain*, end *H of >.wH tec. a.town S7. range 4. In town of Cleveland; and nH of neH and cU ef nwH end eH of ,w V eee. a end nwH aw H end tH of nwH end tH ef H tea. la tow* 83, range 4, in town ef Weln; end nU ef neH aad twH of neH and wU and tH of teH we. 14, town 94. range 5. aa4 eU ef neH and nej4 ef nwu tec. 16, town K, range 4, In town of Bergen; and neH neH eeo. <a tewn S7, raage a In town or Motinee; and teH of sH Me. a town to, rang* a is town or Haraibon; and neH sf teH MO. IS, town 27, range ", fa towa of aroaea wetter; aad tH mo. 14, town to, range in, and nwH of nwH ter. 14. tov. to, range IS, In tewn ef Eatton; and nH ef neH and nH of nw'4 and twH of nwH and tH ci twH and neH of mH and twH ef *H wo. 14, town 80 range a and wH of tee. la towa SO, ran',# a aad twH mo. 96, and tH of nwH and IwH mo. 86, town 8a range a La town ef Texes. For Sale, awH mo. 10, town 80, range 14, town ef Hanrlton. Per Sale, awH of nwH mo. 1, towa to range ta town ef Nettle. Per Sale, twH of twH mo. to town 99, range 1.8, town ef Plover. Per Sale, awH and aH of mH mo. 14, town 99, range a town ef Blh Pella. Per Sale, nw frH mc. 19, town 97, range S, tewn of Kronenwettor For Sale, twH mc. 95, town 97, range 5, town ef Eramet. Per Sato, eH of 10H mc. 1, aad neH of >*H too. 19, town 80, range IC, towa of Mantas* For Sale, eH of mH mo. to, and eH f *H mo. , and aH sf n#H too. to towa to reage 7, leva of Tezat. For Sale, wH of mH mo. 19, town 80, range 9, tow* ef Hewitt For Sale, twH and wH of teH mo. to tewn 81, innge 8, towa ef (ertlag, Ueeeia etoap. For Sale, #H of nH, mo. 14, towa SO, range I, town ef Hewitt For prices and terms, or any information relating to the above described lands, apply at our office, H. B. Huntington Cos. *“3£ SPECTACLES si'i iiiMW— t MACC7 The Druggist, 1 £m~ § Opposite Court House. No charge for fitting:s%— Spring Sunshine^. a. vA-j!=l==j-4. / y -—will remind you that the soda water \ }l Beason has opened once again, and f* ia t our fountain is a perpetual source of comfort and enjoyment to II the thirsty lover of deliciousness dur m*V mg' the heated term. We have it at all times cold and sparkling, and with W^tK Jf f I lU,e fruit juice flavors, besides every f °tb er flavor that the fancy may die- PARDEjES’S, The Yellow Front. Geo. Ruder Brewing Company, Brewers, Malslers and Bottlers. The Finest Brewery nil All orders for Keg and ~ : L, Bottled Beer will receive m Northern .. . s prompt attention . Wisconsin. j Telephone No. 3 I AFTER SPENDING YOUR MONEY at my store you go home with tilts conviction that you have got lvalue received. My stock of Furniture ie complete and up-to date and though cheap in price is not of that “trashy,” quality ! carried by so many dealer-. Remember the name and place, CHAS. HELKE,