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Wci:sr v,t/l,ty ORBAT PRZXN’OB XIBMXE OT produce# the above results In SO day*. Itacti powerfully and quickly. Cures when all oth ;ra falL Young men will regain their Ids'; manhood, ind old men will recover their youthful rigor b ’ using BEVIVO. It quickly and surely restores h errors cess. Lost Vitality, Impotency. Nightly Era salons. Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseaies, and all effects of self-abuse or excess and indisc rollon, which unfits one for study, business or tnarriige. 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 pale cheeks and re storing the Are of youth. It wards off Insanity • r -j Consumption. Insist on having RE VIVO. * other. It can be carried lu vest pocket. By luiit <I.OO per package, or six for •S.OO, with a post tlve written guarantee to cure or refund the money. Book and advise free. Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO, For sale in Wausau, Wis.. by Wilter tling & Stephany. Mrs Guile. 0., M. 4 ST. F. RAILWAY. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Kailway pas senger trains leave Wausao as follows: NOBTH. Daily, except Sundays. 9:25 a. m. Daily 7:20 p. m. Hnndr.j-.. —.... _ -12:45 p. m. .iocemmodaif'in- 2:50 p. m. SOUTH. Daily- - ; ; B:CO’p. m. Daily, except Sundays —10:35 a. m. Close connections are made with 10:35 a. m. train for ail points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Through tickets on sale and baggage ch -eked to destination. it. Goodrich . Agent. CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Wanaan W a lean "1 2:45 a. m. 1:29 a.m. Oshkosh, Fond dn Lac, 1 7:35 a. tn. 3:10 a.m. Milwaukee and Chicago, f 1230 p. m. 1204 p.m. J 11:15 p.m. 9:67 p.m. Antigo, Rhinelander, / f; “• Harley and Ashland, f lil:lop.m. 8.10a.m. ) 1:29 a.m. 2:45 a.m. Marshfield. St. Paul, I 10:00 a.m. Mliu oapolisand weet 12:04 p. m. 4 :S0 p.m. J 9:57 p. m. 10:40 p.m. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15 p. m has sloeper for Milwankee am Chicago- Train leaving at 1:29 a. m. has sleeper and re clining chair car for Ht. Pani and Mini.-sooiii. Tickets sold and baggage checked to ail impor tant points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. D. MoNaooutoh.Agent. ATTORNEYS. Kreutzer, Bird & Roseaberry. A TTOKNEYH AT LAW. Waiisan. Wia., corner ** of Third and Jpffetsoa streets —Heine maun building. Money to loan in large or small ar lonnts. Collection a specialty. BUMP, MARCHETTI <fc BUMP. ATTOKNKYN AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Otlioes, 312 Second Street. Telephone No. 178. FRED GENRICH. A TTOKNKY AT LAW. Office in First National Hank Bnilding, Wausan, Mis. H B. HUNTINGTON 7 A TTORNEY AT LAW, Office on Third street, -* 1 - opposite the Court House. NEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADr FRED GENRICH, District Attorney. BROWN, PRADT <k GENRICH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Practice in all c. arts. ** Offices over First National Bank- OSCAR L. RINGLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Loans and Collec •** tions a Specialty. Office over Haider Bros’ plumbing shop, 303 Washington sir-let. PHYSICIANS. DR. G. R. BUGBEE. Office at residence, 526 Jackson Street. Office hours, 2 to 6 p. m. DR. A. L. BROWN. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office ovr Mueller A Quandt's shoe store. Residence over E. V. Speer's jewelry store. Telephoto con nection. Special attention given to disea tie of women and children. DR. KANOUiiE, IJOMfEPATHETIC Physician and Suigeon. 1 1 tifflee and residence 517 Grant street. Telephone 62. < DR. JOHN HUND (Dkittscher A kzt) PHYSICIAN AND SURORON. office hours. x 9t012 a. tt..; 2to 5 p.m. 216 Third street. Wausau, Wit. W. A. HAZEL TON, M. D. (Successor to F. A. Walters. M. 1) ) CFRGKON ItOMKOPATHIc PHYSICIAN and k Electro Therapeutist. Special.sttentioH given to Gymmecologv, Bright's Disease, Cam-er and X-ray work. Office and residence 62nThirl St. office hours 12:30 to 3, and 7 to 8 evenings. ’Phone 18. L. M. WILLARD. M. 1 EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT Office Hours —9 to 12 a. m. 2to sp. m. 7 to 8 p. ui. Sundays—9 to 11 a. ni. A. W. Berch, Osteiptl anil Ciopclic. No. 313 Third St., Over Dunbar’s store Lady Attendant Present. B. H CONLIN, bCNTiir. p. .1. DENTIST. OFFICE—Paw s Block, 316 Third St. ALL THE LATEST METHODS- H. L. WHEELER, General Insurance Agent, Wausau, Wis. Represents the best and most reliable companies j Kates as low as the nature of the risk allow . Office in Marathon County Bank BuiMint j PHILIP DEAN, Arclect aid SuriHat McKinley Block, fW.lfc.l CITY NOTES. Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. -33 J per cent, discount on all wall paper at Mu min’s this week. On June 2d, Norris and Rowes trained animal shows appear and exhib it at Warren park. A set of barber fixtures, with a3chair mirror front, will be >!d on easy terms. Enquire at the Pilot office Police officer, John Fehl. Thursday evening gathered in six tramps, who had sought lodging in the fairgrounds. Umbrellas repaired, recovering promptly and neatly done, by J. G. Remfrey, 312 Second St. Mrs. Henry Gross returned on Friday from Ashland where she had been to attend a double funeral of two of her cousins. Surveyors should read the notice for bids in this issue of the Pilot. It is for surveying certain sections in the town of Stettin. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kickbusch, Jr., have been engaged to sing at the Mer rill Saengerfest, on the 26th, 27th and 28th days of June. Rooms to reDt for housekeeping, and two furnished rooms for gentleman. Enquire at 41-5, South Fifth Street, tf A large new stock barn will be con structed during the summer on the fair grounds by the Marathon County Agricultural society. Last week Merritt Martin purchased the old Ireland residence, corner Sec ond and Franklin streets, of V. A. Ald erson paying SI,BOO for same. Joseph Gamble's new sprinkler, which was said to have been demolished in a wreck in transit, has reached here safe and sound and is a beauty. For Rent —The store occupied by Frank Osswald, as a bakery, on Third, will be for rent from May 10th. I)r. W-T. Lawrence. The Woodmen of this vicinity are preparing to attend the Second Annual picnic of the Lemonweir Valley Picnic association which will be held at Ne koosa on Thursday June 12th. This office has a complete set of com mencement programs for schools and we invite any one desiring anything in this line to give us a call. We can lix you out for a very little money. The Jacob Mortenson Lumber Cos. has leased of the new purchaser, Carl. Zarnke, of Marathon City, the Eiehert saw mill located near Rib hill. The mill has a daily capacity of 33,000 feet, and the life of the lease covers a period of three years. Max Cohen when he leased the store he is now in, also secured the option on the store room now occupied by De laney & Baker as soon as their lease should expire. Mr. Cohen will take possession on July Ist, and will take down the wall dividing the two and make the whole into one store. Sheriff Gaylord, of Portage county, was in the city Friday for the purpose of securing a prisoner, Richard Bow den, whe was arrested here upon de scription sent by Gaylord the day previ ous. and he was taken back to Stcveus Point for trial. Bowden was charged with having sold a mortgaged horse. A man named Burgenter, whose home is in the town Frankfort, was •nbiMMi of $45 while in Wausau last Thursday. The above was taken from an Edgar paper, and accordingto the information the farmer evidently rubbed up against some of our gold brick, three-card monte or shell game men, and it would he advisable for him to have a guardian next time he visits the city. Wni. N. Allen and Aug. Ziebell, of this city have secured the contract for establishing permanent section and quarter section corners in the town of McMillan. There were only three bid ders : Allen & Ziebell, $350 ; P. C. Werle, $374, and D. McKerehcr, $390. The markings of these corners will be stone shafts sunk into the ground and these were purchased of Marshfield parties at the late of fifty-five cents a piece which will bring the total cost up to about $420. As soon as the delivery of cornerstones is made the contractors will begin work and barring bad weather will complete their work in about two weeks. Don't waste your money on worthless inn''’ions of Rocky Mountain Tea. Get the genuine made only by the Madi son Med -ine Cos. Agr at family rem edy. 83 cents. W. W. Albers. In the spring the groaning husband eat his victuals in the barn, for his wife must clean the mansion, and she doesn’t care a darn; and the yard is full of carpets and the trees are full of sheets, and he has to live on sauerkraut, cistern water and sliced lieets. And at night the patient husband has to sleep upon the floor and he feels so plum disgusted that life’s a bore. When the blame old cleaning's over, theu the wife is taken ill, and it keeps the husband busted buying dope, and drug, anil pill, ami the mansion is no cleaner than it was when she began, but she she’d slay him if he said so—and he is a prudent man. —Ex. RIFLE SCORES. Following are the scores made by Cos. G Sunday on the rifle rat ge. Owing to the strong wind the score does not run as high Hs last Sunday. Capt. Abraham 155 Sergt Goetling 137 Private Lietz 137 “ Roloff 125 Sergt. Grahn 124 Corp. Zimmer- 128 Sergt. Werheim 121 Private Mohr... Ill* Lieut. Lucas 118 Private Majeski- ..118 *’ Newsome.. 118 Sergt Braatz 11! “j Haase 110 Private Wight— I^7 “ Boerke 107 Corp. Laatseh... 102 SHOOTING PARK. Scores Made by the Wausau Society Last Sunday . The following scores were made by the Sharpshooters at their park last Sunday: sung. cn.io FIRST DIVISION- O. Mathie .214 65 O. Mueller 203 68 F. Mathie ivv W. 1 Koppe INS. A> H. Binzer ISO < SECOND DIVISION. W Sealing... - - US<i ,44 G. Merklein - 183- 54 S Karas IT 57 Ohas. Kline 170 5J G. Kiugle 174 53 A Schmidt 168 ..43 R. Lyon Dentiat, will make Gold. HnliFtor Plates. Java Nyl Natives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating. They , * have too high a regard for health as \ well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry. The very American roasters who glaze their package coffees do not dare to touch or glaze their high priced Mochas and Javas. Why? I A _ ff is never glazed or Lion Colmssßssci: The sealed package Insures uniform quality and freshneea. V 1 T [TEN DOLLARS 1 t . | j. will Imy a SWELL SUIT OF CLOTHES 1 ► at the J j GOLDEN EAGLE. j A suit made at our own factory in New York 4 and guaranteed in every particular. | I 219 THIRD STREET. | -a -4—A—e.—-S-- -L- -L- -.X.—--L -- C— 2. -- -L - --C i. £■- Ha QROQERIES. GROCERIES Our large and growing trade speaks for itself Puri ty of goods, fair and square dealing, low r prices, courteous treatment of customers are points which have made our business a success. Once our customer you remain such. HSRMHO <3. IaSMKG. Give us a Trial. Telephone 150 W. I. BAESWALD Scott Street Grocer, STORE IN PILOT BLOCK. You Will Always Find our Stock Fresh. ’DUAIMC lyl*"* I Goods delivered to any j par t 0 f the city, free. < Cl IAS. 11. WEGNER > Largest General Store in Wausau GROCERIES , CLOTHING , EL OUR, FEED , PRODUCE , NOTIONS, CROCKERY. A supply of Fresh Butter and Eggs and all Farm Produce always on hand. 3 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PAINTERS DECORATORS pj Denfeld & Weisbrod, g P \PERH ANGERS FRESCOERS f? e 3 307 FOREST STREET. f? r^r: 7rnr : 7r : 7r : 7r : 7f : 7r :^r: 7r : 7f : 7r : 7r : 7f : 7^^ r 7f^r : 7r^!’*7f r 7 The Acme of Perfection in the line of Spring Hats and Bonnets, or in fact any Millinery Goods, can be found at the store of MISS CARTHEISHR. We always have time to show goods and greet our customers. 204 THIRD STREET. Albert L. Felling, Manufacturer of LIGHT wd and HEAVY Harness And dealer in Whips, Kobes, Blankets, aim everything per taiuing to the harness and sad dlery business. Give me a call. 208 Washington St. NEAL BROWN, kA. FRADT. C. 8. GILBERT ABSTRACTS. We have the 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 aud guarantee that they show the condition of the title properly as it appears on record An’abstract of title is useful if yon 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 lie 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 Bank. ROBBED flQdlh! is what the man or woman savs who has purchased unreliable footwear j of an unreliable merchant. To get! a boot or shoe that is wearable you should purchase only of an old es- j tablished firm with a record for fair | dealing. Such are we. nUELLER 6r QUfINbT, its THIRD ST. DO NOT BUY A Range, Cooking or Heating Stove of Any Kind ...Until You Examine They Are The Most Durable. Convenient and Economical. Eoery One Guaranteed Perfect Full line of HEATERS. Full line of RANCES. GENERAL HARDWAR R. BAUMANN, Third Street. C. H. WEGNER, Prop. j | All kinds of light and heavy draying Household goods moved, freight de livered. etc. Rates the lowest and 1 service prompt. Excursion Tickets io Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at La Crosse. Wis- Via the North-Western lane, will be j sold at reduced rales June 2,3, and 4, 1 limited to return until June 7. inclusive. Apply to Agent Chicago A North-Wes- j Ry. i ■ ■ ness Oil. It re- M IP ■ visa the damp, g w ‘ \ ■ keeps the lex th- r§ M >ll freo/V IH ■ er soft and pli- -M MpTa\ /wF v \ H ■ able. Stitches J H ■do not break. , '\\ J\ \ V ■ ■ No rough sur- \ \ \ \ # MWW\ , ■ face to chafe ' fJIU\ \ H ■ harness aot \ ■ new, \ut H wears twice [. Bf \ Ly--* ■as long by the —V- M; j ■ use of Eureka Vvs- ! I Harness OiL y a\ \\ j in cans— SUndard Oil Very Low Rates to San Francisco and Return, Via the North-Western Line. Tick ets will be sold May 27 to June 8, inclus ive, limited to return within sixty (60) days, on account Imperial Council, Nobles of Mystic Shrine. Through Drawing llttoms aud Osbe,-ration Priv ate Compartment Sleeping Cari and Tourist Sleeping Cars daily. Person ally conducted twije a week. Applv to agents Chicago & North western H’y. Interscholastic Athlocic Ass’n Meet at Madison, Wis. Rate of one fare will be made for rottud trip for this occasion by the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Patti R’y, on May 20th and 30th, and for trains ar riving at Madison not later than 1:30 p m., on May 31*t. Good for return on Juue 3rd. R. Goodrich, Agent. Very Low Excursion Rates to Denver, Colo., Via the North-Western Line. Exeur s'ou tickets will be sold June 22, 23 and 21, with final return limit until Oct. 31, inclusive, account International S. S. Convention. Apply to agents Chicago &North-Western R’y. For Sale—Lot 9, block 12, Warren’s 3d addition, two blocks north of high school building, for sale at a bargain. Apply at the Pilot office for terms, tf First Publication May 6th, last 27th. Notice to Creditors. State of Wise mi-in. County Court for Marathon County:—ln Probate. Notice i" here by g veD that the time up to, and including the firat Toeertay of Novembei. 1902. is hereby allowed to creditors of Catherine Kambb deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented,''will be examined and ad jus'ed at a regular term of said County Court to be held at the Court Honse in the City of Wan ■ au, on the first Tuesday of November, 1902. Dated April 29 h, 1902. By the Court, Henry Miller, County Judge Mueller A Reonek, Attorneys for Administmtor. First Publication May 6th, last Jane 10th. Summons. State of Wisconsin, Circnit Court, Marathon Vonuty. Ole Larson, Plaintiff. | vs. i- Anna Larson, Defendant, j The B f ate of Wisconsin to the said defendant:— Yon are hereby summoned to appear witt in twenty days after the service of this summons, exclobive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the Court aforesaid; and in case of year failure so to do, jndgmeot will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the complaint; of which a copy is herewith served upon yon H. H M ANSON, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. Add re- 8, Wansan, Marathon t'o , w is. The defendant will take notice that the original complaint in this action is . n file with the clerk of said court at Wausau. Wisconsin. H. H. MANBON. Plaintiff’s Attorney. Fi-st Publication May 6, last 27. Notice ol Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin, Comity Court f. r Marathon County:—lu Probate. Notice is hereby aiven that at a special term of the County Court to be held in and for said Connty at the Court honse in the City of ft an san, in said Connry, on tne 2d. Tuesday, (being the 10th day of June, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock, a. m . the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Frank Tisch. administrator of the estate of Alexander Tisch, late of the city of Waosan in said county, deceased, for the ex amination and allowance of his final account, of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the esi ate of Alexander Tisch, de ceased, to such other persons as are by law en titled to the same Da'.ed, May 6, 1902. By Order of the Court, Henry Miller, County Judge. Bcmp Marchetti A Hump, Attorneys fr Administrator. ( Fiist publication May 13th, last June 17th. Summons Circnit Court, Marathon Connty. SAn.AH L. Clark, Plaintiff. 1 vs. Northern Land t ompany, Orlando | * Curtis, Bar.ah E. Hale, and the un-j known owners of theßouth-lialf (si -j) h of Ihe Northeast Quarter (tu%) of! Section thirty-six (84), township j twenty-eight (28), North of Range | seven (7) East, Defendants. J The State of Wist un-sin. To the Said Defend ants, and Each of Them : Yon are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this snmmons. ex clusive 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 agHinet yoQ according to the demand of the complaint of which a copy is herewith served Upou yort. Kreutzer, Biro A Rosen berry. Plaintiff’s Attorneys. P. O. Address, Wansan. Marathdn Cos., Wis. The premises affected by the above ac'ion are the South half (s 1 )! of th Northeast Quarter (ne}/4> of Section thirty-six (36 >. town-hip twenly eight (28) north of Range seven (7) east Kreutzer, Bird & Rosenbkrry, Plaintiff’s Attorneys. First publication May 20th, last Jnne 10th Order of Hearing Petition to Sell Heal Estate to Pay Debts, &c. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon Connty: In the rfiatter of the estate of I T n c . Aognst Koehler, deceased. / lQ ‘ r °bate. On readiD* and filing the petition of Angnste K"elder. Adm. with will annexed of the estate of August Koehler deceased, representing, among other things, that said deceased ditd seized of certain n at estate therein described, and tt at it is necessary to sell or inenmber the same to pay the legacies of said deceased, and praying for license to inenmber the same, and, it appearing to the 1 onrt tf at the p r-onal estate io the hands of eaid ad-dDistrator is insufficient to pay the legacies of • ‘ e eaid deceased, and expens* s of administration, anti that it is necessary to sell or inenmber the said real .state f..r that .orposo: It is Ordered. That said petition be heard at a special Term of ssid t oonty Court, to be held in nd for raid Connty at the Court Honse in the city of Wsttsso on the4th Tnesdsy , being the 241 h dav) of June A. D. 1902. at lOo'clock. a m It is Further Ordered. That this order be published at least four w efca. before said ilay fixed for the hearing of said petition, in the W'au-au Pilot a weekly nesi(ier. pnb fiari e 1 a’ the city of Waussn m said County, and | that a copy th* reof be serv< and p-rsonaily . n C. H. Bird, special guardian of Bernhard Koehler j Bertha KieSl. r , Martha Koehler and Angost Koehler tt mor children of said Aovost Koehler and ceased, by lers, ,nal service of said order npon j him. end on all pere> ns interested in ih“ said i estate and e-iding in this County at least twenty tfsys before soch day. Dated May 16th. 1902. By 'heCon.t: Henry M.u.er County Judge ! Bumf. Marohkttt a Brse. Attys. for Petitioner. \ufm. House and Barn Paints THE BEST-MADE, AT Roemer & Thalheim, WAUSAU, Wis A FIGHT ON BAD HABITS. A campaign has been commenced against bad habits by the officals of the North-Western R’y Cos. The use of tobacco in auy form is forbidden by the employers while on duty. There are several general rules of conduct laid down in the new book of operating rules am eg them, the following : “The use of tobacco by employees when on duty in or about passenger stations or on passenger cars is prohib ited.” Besides setting themselves against the use of tobaeeo, the mauagameut has tabooed loose pecuniary practices. Buie “M” says: “An assignment of wages by an em ploye is prohibited, and will be cause lor dismissal." This is followed by rule “N” which provides that, "It will be cause for dismissal of any employe who has twice subjected bis eompauy to the service of a garnishment order on his pay.” Rules of the most stringent kiml are also incorporated against the use of intoxicants or the frequenting of places where they are sold. An employ who does either is liable to get a curt note of dismissal from the general superin tendent or the general mauager. The operation of trains in this day of high speeil and congested traffic require every ounce of brain and nerve force an employ can bring iuto action, and for this reason the management of the North-Western does not purpose hav ing the brains of its passenger men be fogged with whisky and tobacco. Re garding the new rule prohibiting the use of tobacco au oftieai of the com pany said: “Cleanliness and neatness are im portant factors in railroading of today, and these considerations alone are suffieent warrant for a prohibition of the use of tobacco by employees when on duty. We desire that employs shall not make our property disgusting to travelers by the use of tobacco and themselves steeped with tobacco poison while on duty. 1 believe, however, that the use of tobacco by railroad men en gaged in train operation is fast decreas ing, and the time will come when a tobacco user will be as unwelcome in the trausporatiou departments of the rail roads as a drunkard is now.” EMPHATIC TALK. The Kind That Carries Conviction to Every Wausau Reader, Conviction must follow such emphat ic proof as isgiven here. The testimony of Wausau residents should satisfy the most skeptical. Here is a Wausau case. Read it and see if doubt can exist in the face of this evi dence. Mr. Carl J. Wartmann, of 205 Wash ington street, with his father dealer in meat, poultry, etc., at the above ad dress, says: “I was compelled to take medicines a number of times for my kidneys. 1 think that catching cold go. iug in and out the ice box when I was over-beat ?d, may account for the trouble, for whenever I caught cold it al way ssettled in my kidne.ysitud caused a lame and aching back. I hail au at tack more painful .han usi al, and pro curing Doan’s Kidney Pills at Albers’ drug store, I used about half a box. I did not need to continue the treatment any longer for my back stopped aching.” For sale by all dealers ; price 50cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name—Doan’s—and take no substitute. NOTICE TO SURVEYORS. • Notice is hereby given that the town board of the town of Stettin will re ceive sealed bids up to the 10th day of June, 1902, at 10 o’clock a. m. for sur veying the eight sections of said town situated iu Town 29, Range 7 east, and for setting all corner posts, the town to furnish such posts. Bids must be made to cover all work. The successful bidder will be re quired to furnish a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance of his work. The town board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids should be addressed to H. A. Wendorf, Town Clerk, Stettin, Wis. Paul Gehhakd, 14-3 Cbm. Town Board. Excursion Rates to Portland. Tacoma, Seattle. Vancouver and Victoria- From May 27 to June 8 a very low rate of SSO for round trip will be made by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., to points named, account of National Convention Travelers Pro tective Ass'n., of America, Supreme Lodge Ancient Order United Work men, Portland, and the Annual Meeting Young Peoples Christian Union Society of the Presbyterian church, Tacoma, Wash. Good for return 60 days from date of sale. 2 w R. Goodrich. Very Low Excursion Rates to Denver, Colo. Via the north-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold June 22. 23, 24 and 25, with return limit until Oct. 31, inclusive, account International S. S. Convention. Apply to agent*Chicago & North-Western R’y. Halt Rates to Intevscholastic Athletic Meet at Madison, Wis- Via tiie North-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will he sold at one fare for round trip for trains reaching Madison on the afternoon and evening of May 29, for all trains no May 80 and for trains arriving at Madison before 1:30 p. M on May 31, limited to return until June 3, inclusive. Apply to agent Chicago and North-Western R'y. Half Rates to Minneapolis, Minn. Via the Chicago & North-Western Line. Kxcu-sion tickets will he sold at one fare for round trip, June 1 to 3, inclusive, with final return limit by ex tension until July 7. inclusive, on account of Fraternal Order of Eagles’ Convention. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Westci u R’y. FOR SALE. The property of the First M. K. church. Unrated at the corner of Second ami Grant streets, consisting of two lots anti church and dwelling situated thereon. For price and term, enquire of George biiverthorn or C. S. Gilbert. Board Of Trlstees. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tbe Kind Yon Have Always Bought Signature of n R. TURBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THfc EXPERT SPECIALIST ani SURGEON lias visited Wausau for the 4>ast SIX YEARS, • Once a Month, will again be In Wausau, at Hotel Beilis. Tuesday, June if. and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE OKE MONTH OKLY. Di TURBIN, Tie Specialist CUBES I 1 i PROMISES IN EVERY ALL RESPECT. AND THE CHBONIO LDOCTOR HAS AMONG HIS ' 'WV PATRONS SOME OF WHY? THE MOST PROMINENT BECAUSE HE GIVES BUSINESSMEN, HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION JjJt > WHO ARE H,S TO THESE CASES. ’’ BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VnTTNr IfE'Kl Ifyou are trembled with 1 UUnCr ill£,lT nervousdcbiiiti .stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted for business or study, caused from youthful errors ore tcesses, you should consult this specialist at once. J Min’l delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD TKff A NFINTTl —There are thousands of Hixilt IV11" U you troubled w ith weak, achitur backs and kidneys and other unmis takable signs of nervous debility. Mat ydieof this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing- success. ALL DISEASES Inflammations and kindred troubles- -quickly cured without pain or i u convenience. P A T A T? R TT which poisons the breath, L-'TV. 1 rxitlVO. stomach and luuira and paves the way for Consumption, also Throat, A Few Points! Ist—The doctor gives bis personal mention to each Individual * case. 2ud—All business conducted >n a professional basis and strictly confidential. 3rd—Names and pictures never published unless requested to do so. 4th—The doctor’s patrons are his frierds. Write* T° ur troubles if living- away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond* v enceand medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in nil professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. W.W.ALBERS, Druggist. 301 Third Street, East Side. 312 First Ave., West Side. LET US SUPPLY YCUR SPONGE REQUIREMENTS. <£ SHORT On Snow Shovels, Sleigh Bells, Heating Stoves, Etc. cn LONG AND OVERLOADED.it On Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream Freezers. Draw your own conclusions Montgomery Hardware Cos. AGENTS WANTED y y Lawn Swings and Settees, Hammock 7 Sf \\“"ffk Chairs, *Camp Chairs and Stools, 1 ,! - i..-~> _.L\ Ironing Tables, Wash Benches, Etc. \ f ' Clearfield Wooden-Ware Cos., IOE- ICE. P. 0. MEANS, 114 McClellan St., will deliver lee to private families dur ing the season of 1902 at the following prices: For season, each day, $7.00 Forseason,4timesa week 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 la- reduced SI.OO if ice is not cleaned, etc Leave orders at 114 McClellan Street. MORGAN BROS. Livery, Elegant Kig* forniafced on short notice, doaidin* by th# dej or <*k. Price# the rtn im-t. ¥c Icllm *t. 'Pbejae BS. AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMA GP. by bi* #oi). REV. KRA>K OF.WITT TALMA'iE and AttotUtt editors of' krirtiiD HtalL Only j book endowed by Tairoage family. Erorcm o < profit for agent# who et quickly. Oatftt ten | cent#. Write imniedijilely CLARK A CO., . 222 S. 4-th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. Mention this paper. <*' T.lver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con* i-iitni ioaal and i. lUirnal troubles: atmu Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dispcpsla, Diarrhea and audit eares of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN Scroiult, Tumors. Tetter, Ectema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system lu a strong-, pure and healthful state. T Jl T*l f UC; ’"lf you are suffering- from per. ■LALi ILo risteut Headache,Painful Men strua di u, UterJwi Displacements, Pains in Back, auU as if it were impossible for you to enduie your troubles and still be obliged to attend j our household and social obligations. There are many women doing this to-day. However, a great many have taken treatment of t hi a specialist, and he can refer you to those who have been cuted by him. Give the doctor a call. He can give alt the encouragement Ist the wor'.d and wllTcure you if you trust youl* self to bis rare. For the wagon, for the stable, for the house, for the bath, for almost every purpose a sponge would be used for. Our "SHEEP’S WOOL” WAGON SPONGES deserve special mention, not only \ from the quantity to choose from but for quality. They’re the tough jest kind of sponge, yet velvety and | soft. We would like to show you I these sponges. Have you actually iseen the difference between them land the ordinary “grass" sponge, j and see why they will wear longer and do belter work ? They Shine MAVFR All Over. IWIPA I S-H, The Shoe Man. VhkM *t depend.-) open the nerves. If they be sound tnd strong you art healthy and vigorous. Your mind it dear, and you arc happy. Hot if they lx weak, you art nerv out and miserable. Your mind b un ear-', and you sedfer all the tortures of a doomed, re'vr-irtarvtd man. PALMO TABLETS rebukihhe shattered nervous ryjtem. and cure ail diseases arising from over-work. loss of sleep and excesses, and insure health and liappiness. St cot t*. E Aifli. Gurutoi. Belaid Drag Ck#. Cleaaiaad, a lor Sate at W. W. A!bct.