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THE MERIT of our goods with the attrac
tive prices has added many new cus tomers to our list for this year. JepMt' 50-iuch all wool Mistral Cloth, white and colors,— -95 c per yd Our Silk Dept, is a Busy One. Those guaranteed Taffetas at 79c, 85c, £I.OO and $1.25 are all good, but our 36 inch Taffeta at $1.25 has no equal. The Wash Goods Department leads all previous records in amount of goods bought and sold to date. Silk Finished sheer Fabrics, for waists and gowns that are simply irresistable at : 20c to 50c per yd Exclusive designs in Batiste, Mulls and Dimities, 10c to 18c “ New ideas in Lawns and Challies at 4c to 8c “ Pretty Madras, Ginghams, Percales, Ac. Perfect fitting Silk and Wash Waists. Summer Underwear for men, women and children. Hosiery, fine, fancy and ser viceable. Kid and Fabric Gloves in new shades. Full line Sheets and Pillow Cases. F. L. HUDSON, tJL. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. The 15 best selling books in the order of their demand at present, are; PUB. PRICE. Dorothy Vernon, by Chas. W. Major $1 50 M ississippi Bubble, by Emerson Hough 1.50 WE Audrey, by Mary Johnson 1 50 Hound of the Baskervilles, by A. Conan Doyle 150 m yr Leopard's .Spots, by Thomas Dixon 1 50 V L Mrs. Wiggs of theCahhagePatch, by AliceC. Hegan, 1.00 Conqueror, by Gertrude Atherton 1 50 THE Ivl Lady Paramount, by Henry Harlan,i 1.50 Diary of a Goose Girl, by Kate 1). Wiggin 1 (X) ALL Battleground, by Ellen Glasgow 1.50 Captain of the Gray Horse Troop, by H. Garland 1.50 ■ aj Double Barrelled Detective Story, bv Mark Twain... 150 IIN House with the Green Shutters, by Geo. Douglas 1.50 Thrall of Leif tlie Lucky, by Ottilie A. Liljeneranls.. 1.50 STOCK. Bylow Hill, by Geo. W. Cable 1 25 W. MUMM & CO. Try ii sorbetto, at .John; Von rig’s, 3 for ft cents. Many are going to the lakes up north in the next week. Gauze underwear made for hot weather at Seim Bros. When you want a gold wedding ring Dunbar has them all styles. County Clerk Kregel is now engaged in checking up his books for the past year. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, July 15th. Rev. Alfred S. Badger will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday in the absence of Rev. Wilson. O. C. Callies has opened a paint and oil store in Manitowoc, the same being in charge of E C. Vallier. The planing mill of M. Braun it Sou at Athens is completed and will be running full blast in a few days. Farmers —Time ami money saved by buying your harvesting machine oils at Pardee’s Yellow Front drug store. The ninth biennial council of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin will be held at Sheboygan on the 14th, lftth, Ittth and 17th days of July. Oscar Berger of the James Music Cos., Wausau, was in the city Tuesday. While here he placed a piano in one of tm homes. —Rhinelander Herald. The annual school elections were held iu each town in the county last week, a treasurer, clerk and one diree to being chosen, the former two a.so acting as directors. Anew tile door has lately been laid in the Cosset t, Belanger & Struck'*’ buffet. In the tiling is set pieces of j eoiu at various distances, '_*•’> being the amount so placed. Northern Star Hive, No. 2, of the I-ally Maccabees will give a social to friends at Fraternity hall oa ihe evening of July V*th. Light refresh ments will be served. The little hot spell that swooped down upon us last Friday and stayed with us until Sunday, made all long jLor cold weather. Truly, a very queer people in this world—never satisfied. Buy your strawberries (rom the Sher wood fruit farm. Telephone No ftS, oi leave orders with Bue nan V Baker. By either way you wi. secure what you are after fresh berth's, every one per fect, or uiouey refunded. The Sharpshooters did not shoot Sunday for various reasons. A meeting will be held thin evening at which it is quite likely it will be agreed upon to discontinue rifle practice uutil the fall months, as is customary. Wheu you awake iu the uioruing feeling like the end of a mi*speoc life, your mouth full of fur and your avail full of regrets, take Rocky Mvuiutaio Tea. Great medicine W. W. Alber*. B°°k s , m Stationery, jj Writing Materials. Office Supplies. Statuary, No. 3201| Sporting Goods, THIRD STREET. Japanese Crockery, ' W. T. Lawrence. Dentist. Office in McCrossen Block, Corner Third and Scott Sts. Towels and Toweling in all grades. Best grades of Prints in Dress or Shirting style. Ladies’ Muslin Underwear. All kinds of White Goods. Beautiful Laces and Embroid eries. Lace and Muslin Curtains. New Veils and Veilings. A There will he a special com aewr municatiou of Forest Lodge, No. /xr\ 30, F. and A. M. this Tuesday evening. Work in the Fellow Craft. Fruit jars, rubbers and jar covers at Max E Boehm’s. Tei. 318. A complete line ot taffetas and satin taffeta ribbons just received at Althen’s lee cream ! Ice cream ! lee cream ! at Mrs. Crave us Friday afternoon and evening. Frank Wartman is laid up at his home on Jackson street with a sore leg result ing from some chronic ailment. There will be an excursion uext Sun day to the Dells of the Wisconsin, the train leaving Wausau at 0 ;42 A. M. Bernhard Riebe has sold his residence property on Grand Ave. to Anthony Parsons for a consideration of $1,500. Gallon A. B. Wheeler & Son if you have auything in the line of hot water or steam heat, plumbing or gas fitting all work promptly attented to. tf. Last Friday, Miss Alice Johnson and ''v Agnes Young chaperoned a hay . V* of about twenty young people to Hi. . v **re they had a delightful picnic. \ This is the season of the y£ar in which to aint your floor. A coat of O. C. Ca. s’ paints make them look like new and as sm<x>th as glass. Why perspire iu the heated season when you can take comfort by pur chasing and wearing some of those light summer garments soul by Seim Bros * The M. F, West Side Mission School will give an ice cream aud lemonade social Friday afternoon a*id evening at Mrs. Craven’s. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Now is the time to secure your berries for canning. Telephone the Sherwood fruit farm. No. 58, or leave orders with Buchanan A; Baker. The following party spent the Fourth at Brokaw pienieing: Misses Anna Colby, Marie Colby, Alta Colby, Emily Ckubbuck, Bonita Shatto, Edna Shatto and Wanda Hopp; Messrs. James Colby, Chas. Kleiners. Five hundred umbrellas reduced from $1.75 lo 90c—a ffrst class article—at ! Althea's. 1 Gollieh A"deres, proprietor of the ' Central House has oriek hauled on the 1 ground and will shortly begin the ere*- ! tion of a brick wall on the east side of his hotel buildiug. This is done for two reasons —tire protection and iiuproved appearance. Max E Boehm has just added anew cash register to his grocery store cquip ; nent that is the finest an* 1 : mo t com plete device of that nature today in the city. With wonderful simplicity it will do the work of a bookkeeper and more accurately, for it is never dishonest as sonic of the latter sometimes are. Abont 8 dozen of ladies’ silk waisv in black and all delicate shades, former prices $3.50 to $6, now reduced to $1.75 and s3—just eut in two—at Althen’s. Pure unadulterated pans green is a scarce article and can be secured only at the store of O. C. Callies. Every ounce is tested and guaranteed to be free from flour and cheap? r materials. Dressed in a light gauze so;* of under wear, a neglige shirt and a sum., er suit of cloths, a man can take comfort tuese hot days if he will but purchase same and the place to obtain such is at Seim Bros. Emil Haekbarth, who lately sold his property at Nutterrille has pur chased of Josephine Single the resi dence on Grand avenue situated be tween the Jones and Deutseh residen ces. The ground extends back from Grand avenue to the river and is de sirable property. The price paid was $2,200. Wednesday, July 2, was quite an im portant day iu the family of the M. E. pastor of this city. It was the forty eighth anniversary of the birth of Rev. F. A. Pease, and his congregation met the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Baic-y and, in a body, wended their way to the parsonage where they gave Mr. and Mrs. Pease and family a very pleasant surprise. Refreshments were served during the evening and a very pleasant time had. About eighteen months ago Mr. W. S. Manning, of Albany, N. Y., widely known in trade circles as the repre sentative of the Albany Chemical Cos., was suffering from a protracted attack of diarrhoea. “I tried Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,” he says, “and obtained immediate re lief. I cheerfully recommend this medi cine to those similiarly afflicted.” Sold by all leading druggists. In attempting to pass some cows in the north part of town Sunday evening with a rig, O. Zastrow accidentally struck one of the bovines with such torce as to demolish one of the front wheels of the carriage, throwing out Miss Martha Weinkauf, who clerks in l'escliman’s store, and who was riding with him at the time. The rear wheel passed over her body and she was con siderably brc'sed up, though no serious injuries resulted. Fruit jars in any size or quantity at Max E. Boehm's. Also covers, rubbers, etc., for same. Tel. 318. Jacob Slimmer received word yester day that his son, Max, who has been at tending the University of Berlin, Ger many, had graduated from that institu tion with the highest honors to be at tained and has received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Max may re turn to Wausau shortly or may re main there to finish up some special work which be desires to go through, and then take up a a position as an in structor, which has beeu promised him. A car belonging to International Cor respondence schools of Scranton, Pa., is side tracked in the Northwestern yards. This car is fitted up with a com plete system of electrical appliances, air brakes, etc., and is sent out for the purpose of giving railroad men instruc tion in the handling and repair of air brakes, etc. Free instruction is given by a competent corps of teachers, and a number of these cars are out through the country throughout the year and prove of much benefit to the railroad fraternity. On July 4th John Hogarty, of the town of Plover, became involved iu a quarrel with his neighbor Gotfried Baer, who lives just across the line in the town of Harrison. The trouble arose, as Baer claims, over the fact that Hogarty al lows his horses to run loose wherever they choose, no attention being paid to whether they destroy neighbor’s crops or not. On the morning of the date mentioned, Baer asked Hogarty to keep his fences iu repitir, and for his trouble was called a vile name, which angered him, and after an exchange of hot words he fell upon and beat Hogarty. His arrest followed aud he was brought be fore Justice (’lark today aud lined. () C. Callies has just received 2,5110 fancy fans which he is giving away free of charge. They are the proper thing to cool off your healed blood tiiis hot weather. Call and ask for one. The barn of Wm. Berger, on the Mer rill road, just in the out skirts of the city, was struck by lightning during the storm on the afternoon of July fourth, and for a time it looked as if h would be destroyed by tire. Mr. Bercmr had, in his nouso, a tube of "The Ch’ef,” a dry powder tire extinguisher, which he used with great success. The fire was extinguished almost as soon as the pow der fell upon the same. The damage was slight. “The Chief” is manufactured in this city by the Continental Fire Extinguisher Company, its officers being Frank P. Regner, president ; Edgar J. Mellot, vice-president ; and J)r. W. A. Hazelton, secretary. Several quite ex tensive experiments have been made with the powder, which demonstrates in every case that it is the best thiDg on the market, as a fire extinguisher. The powder thrown into the tin* generates fire-destroying gases so rapidly that it presses tut the air and blankets the flames. Every private nod business house of the city should be supplied with a number of tubes of “The Chi* f.” f “LION BRAND" TRADE MARK Kl LiEfrJ M Li ..i j i \ t HLI N r\ n' 5 ' : > s- Jto y* '<i “ ** J .•* ;* K r .|i 4 n av \ * JHHm Hk N / L 4 i ir* ></ V Nif* * ®“ j •* ■ 4 / \ t ." y >}/ ™ I** * N > j > ■ f j m r 1 m K g ‘ > <5 !*3f* jKI 1?’- ■ * miim BASE BALL. BTASDIIIO OF CLUBS. P. W. L. Pc. P. w. L- Pc. Kaukauna. 9 8 1 .889 Oshkosh...K> 5 5 S** Greeußay.lo 6 4 .600 Appleton.. 9 4 5 .*44 Wausau 10 6 4 .600 Sheboygan 10 4 6 .400 Waupun .10 6 4 ,6uo Manitowoc 10 010 .000 Wausau played a scheduled game at Waupun on the Fourth and lost by a score of 7to 4. Costly errors by second baseman Corbett for Wausau together with unfair work ou the part of the Waupun umpire are said to be respons ible for Wausau’s defeat. The score by innings follows : Waupun, 00100213 x—7 Wausau, 000003 0 0 I—t1 —t Wausau for a third time, this season defeated the Sheboygan base ball team Sunday, the game being witnessed by the largest crowd sdfen at the part this season, it beiDg estimated that there were between 1,500 and 2,000 people on the grouuds. But for a few errors, some of which were excusable, it was one of the best games played so far ou the home grounds, notwithstanding the score. Wausau started to score in the first inniDg and after two innmgs had been played they rolled up seven runs which caused people to think the game would be one sided and uninteresting but after that only one man crossed the rubber for the home team and but dour scored for the visitors. After receiving four goose eggs the Sheboygan team sent Bebeau to bat in the beginning of the fifth and the left fielder wrapped out a home run. crossing the plate ou the throw-in. Both pichers, Wolf and Foul kes pitched good, steady ball and in their support the errors arj mostly chargeable to the inti**Jb. The feature of the game was a running one handed catch by second baseman Corbett in which lie executed a double play. The score follows : WAUSAU. K BH PO A K Fear. rf_ 110 0 0 Corbett. 2b a 2 3 6 Fallon, c 1 o 0 1 0 Pappenfuss, 3b....... 1 1 3 0 0 Foulke-, p -0 0030 Comstock, lb 1 0 Hi 1 1 Baker, cf 0 0 2 0 0 Drew, If 0 0 4 0 0 Lang, 1 0 0 2 1 Totals 8 4 28 13 4 SHEBOYGAN. K BH PO A E Leopard. 2b 1 0 2 2 0 Liebl, ss 0 0 12 1 Kaih. c 0 0 3 10 Wolf, p... 0 0 0 1 0 Acker. 3b... 0 0 5 4 0 Bebean ~ 1 I 0 0 Uhl. of 2 12 0 0 Maloney, lb 0 19 0 1 Kablfs. rf 0 10 0 0 Totals 4 5 24 10 2 Summary: Home run—Bebeauthree-baso hit—Pappenfuss; two-bas bits—Faiton, Bake.'; bases on balls—Fear. Comstock; struck cut—by Wolf, 2; wild pitch—by Wolf, I; pass ball—Fal lon, 1. Wausau, 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 x-S Green Bay, 0 0002000 2—4 Wausau plays next Sunday at Apple ton and the following Sunday the Mani towoc team plays here. While the latter team has been playiug in hard luck and has not won a game so far since the sea son opened it is said it will be strength ened before the date of the Wausau game. FIRE I FI RE I There is to be a public exhibition and test of The Continental Fire Extin guisher powder on Court House Square, Saturday night, 9 o’clock, July 12th. Come one, come all. LEAVES FOR EUROPE. Andrew Larson, one of the proprie orsof the “Old Home” will leave Satur day evening for his native country of Sweden. He left that country when a boy, and that was a great many years ago, and he has never been back since aud now feeling that his finances have grown so great as to allow him to travel he has decided to go home and see the old folks. He will be ac companied as far as one of the European ports, perhaps London, by John Blom quist and Andrew Gilbertson. There the party will seperate, Mr. Larson going to his native town, Finspong, Swed., and Blomquist will visit his country, Finland, while Gilbertson goes direct to Norway. After leaving Wausau the party will visit in New York for several days after which they will take voyage on the American Line’s S. S. St. Paul. After visiting in Europe for three months they will make it a point to meet again in the fall in some metropolitan city of Europe and make the homeward voy.'ge together. A NEW FIRE EXTINGUISHER. John C. Boyd a Wausau gentleman has been in the city this week inter esting our deople in the workings and merits of a fire extinguisher which is put up in powder form and acts very hostile to the fiery element when brought in contact to it. The powder is manufactured at Wausau and is put in long tin tubes that can lie handled by a child. The gentleman gave sev eral demonstrations of the effectiveness of the extinguisher on’ Brawn street Tuesday night. He had a large wooden box saturated with g du e and after it was set on fire ea..y put out the blaze with a few sprinkles of the stuff. An obstinate blaze at the Central House Wednesday noon which wits occasioned by an overheated stove-pipe in a partition was speedily put out by a young m.n named Enright, an agent of Mr. Boyd. Mr. Enright happened to be in the building when the fire started and saved the fireman a job. An alarm was turned iu but the fire was extinguished before water was turned on.—New North Rhinelander. MARRIAGE LICENSES. John Blossoms to Maggie Koefler, city. Wm. R. Bryan to Nellie M. O'Leary, city. Albert Geier to Martha Henke, city. Chas. Huckbody to Grace Burk, city. Adam Koutnik to Frances Faul, city. Julius Marquardt, of town of Stettin to Clara Scboanber, town Marathon. Wm. Erdnian, of town of Wausau to Ida Oedett, town Ringle. Frank E. Albee to Edith 1). Stedman, city. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Wausau P. O. for the week end ing July 7th, 1902. In calling for same please say “adrertised.” Mr. and Mrs. H. P. de Bniyn Kops Fred IHhm Hill rrve Ino. Keizer Mrs. W. H Krueger P. McFaul Constant Monaux l Peter Nelson Fannie G. Norris. 8 1 C. Plant* Chas. H. Pagel Ferdinand Rux. Mrs. D. R Van Allen [ Ed Horden Mrs. Waller FOREIGN. i Andrer Andersson A. W Tbzvitt. P M. - * THAT P. 0. SITE, Yesterday was the day appointed for the opening of the sealed bids at Washington for a site for the j Federal building in this city but of course it will be sometime yet before a selection is made ami announced. The selection will be made by “Uncle” Hod Taylor, assistant secretary of the treasury* and newspaper reports state that he left Washington, D. C., some days ago for bis home at Madison. It is quite likely that he will visit at home for a few days after which he may be expected in Wausau at any time. He will visit the various proposed sites, a list of which will be furnished him, hut whether he w ill make known at that time the plat of ground he is to report favorably upon, is a question. The list comprises the following; Wilson property, corner Scott and Fourth streets, $9,000. Th** Scholfjjld homestead, corner McClellan and Fourth streets, $12,000. J. M. Smite property, coruer of Third and Grant streets, $7,500. The Pat Delaney homestead corner of Second and McClellam streets, notv owaed by Morgan Bros., $7,500. Hugo Peters’ property, corner of Second and Jefferson streets, $7,500. The old Kickbusch store property, corner of Main and Washington streets, $7,500. The MclDdoe propertv corner of Main and WasVugtou streets price not learned. Asa selection for a site, each and every one of these properties has its ad mirers aud supporters, but it is to be hoped that Mr. Taylor will use his best judgment and discretion in choosing the one which will l>est serve the city’s interests. Of course everyone can not be pleased—that : s an understood fact—but a choice can be made, in the judgment of which the masses of the people will acquiesce, and that is what is wanted. TEN YEAPsf MARRIED. Ten years ago last Saturday, July 5. Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Kelly embarked upon the matrimonial sea. Seeing that u was their tenth anniversary, their relatives and a few of their friends concluded that the event ought to lie celebrated, so they passed the word around and at eight o’clock they met at the vesideuce of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 11. Tardoe, and from there they went in rigs to the Kelly residence, on Grand avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly were taken very much by surprise, but as they are always ready to join in and lielu make any social event pleasant and interesting, they soon had every thing running along as smoothly as if they had put iu much time arranging for the occasion. The evening, until the midnight hour, was spent iu play ing whist and listening *to excellent selections from the phonograph, ami partaking of the good tilings set before them at the close of the evening’s pleasures. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly were remembered w ith many useful presents, done iu tin. It was a very pleasant evening and greatly enjoyed by all. ■ • OPEN AIR MEETING, The open air meeting held Sunday evening by the various churches on the court house lawn was well attended, the entire space about the band stand, wherein was assemoled the speakers and choir, was taken up by people eager to listen to the expounding of the gospel in the open which was prefer eble to sweltering iu the sultriness of a church edifice. Rev. F. Werhahn, pastor of St. Stephen’s church made an address in the German language taking his text from a chapter of Luke, “Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom.” The flock that serves the Lord is small, but have no fear. The time will come when we will serve him not in churches of different denominations but as a Christian body stand before his throne and sing his praise. Rev. S. N. Wilson, pastor of the Presbyterian church, addressed those present in English. Some people say religion is for women and children. C'oDslantine, the first Christian em peror, it is said was once inspired to continue a conflict by a vision in the heavens of a collossal cross surrounded by this suggestive halo “By this sign conquer.” How beautiful it would be to have the words “Watch ye. Stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong.” written in letters of living light upon the sky as a motto for every man bearing the burden ami heat of the day. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Physical Director Thomas Stafford has gone on a visit to his parents iu Hamilton, Canada. He expects to re turn about the latter part of August. The lecure and musical course for the next season has been completed and is without anyques’ion the greatest aggre gation of talent ever brought to this ' city. A glam-e at the list will convince any one of this fact. Music. The Famous Band a Rossa. Rooney’3 Boys’ Concert Cos Katherine Ridgeway Concert Cos, LECTURE*. Hon J. P. Doliiver.' Henry T. *'viley, of Boston. Gov. Bo’ Taylor. The price of course tickets to the Is.dy of the house will remain the same. The ! number sold will be limited tosso. Special Excursion. Via the North-Western Line to Hot \ Springs, Deadwood. Lead and Caster, ; S. D., and to Colorado and Utah points, ! good to return until October 31. A joyable vac; tion trip. Several fine j trains via he N"rth-W etern LiDe j daily. Apply in ag r '"*3 Chicago and North-Western R'v. (jS-lSw) Excursion Rates to Monona Lake j Assembly at Madison. Wis. Via the Eorth-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold at reduce,! rates July 17 and 18. limited to return j untill August 1, inclusive. Other dates : of sale on certificate plan. Apply to agents Chicago and North-tt estern R’y. (J 8 3w> Half Rates to Republican State Convention at Madison, Wis-. Via the North-Western Line. Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for round trip Jnly 15 and 16. limited to return until July 18, inclusiue. Apply to agents Chicago and North Western 11). • BH fjgl We are now making a special drive on bed Mm Im room suites and iron bedsteads, and for a s^ort t ‘ me will sell at extremely low prices. We purchased heavily before the recent Tables, Dining Room Chairs, Rockei'S^Coramodea Sideboards, Couches, etc., at lower prices than our competitors, DTTTCD 0_ HUT I'TCPU and the stock is guaranteed 1 1 iIK & L>liU 1 OLiFL THE LEADER, SCHOOL CENSUS. During the past month Mi - , and Mrs. VV. J. Farrell and W. It. Johnson have been taking census in the city, the for mer the east side and the latter the west side. They completed their work last week and the following tables shows the number of school c hildren in each wal'd of 1 ie- city bet u ceil tTl'ii ,ei n and twenty years of age, and between seven and eleven years and also shows the number of children between seven and fourteen years of age that have at tended school twelve weeks or more during the year. School census of east and west sides, June 30th, 1902: BETWEEN PUBLIC PRIVATE Ward Males Females 7 & 14 yu. schools. schools. 1 325 369 275 103 11 211 224 185 142 42 5 213 252 195 143 52 4 165 190 155 130 25 • 5 324 343 309 247 60 6 321 310 303 343 49 7 313 331 390 240 02 5 356 395 354 263 89 1* 323 303 321 257 . 57 2551 2720 2193 1 S3 1 447 DON’T SKIP THIS. Have you seen those family ice boxes made by Janfce & Weise ? They have three tilings which make them superior to any iee box in the market. They are perfectly dry from top to bottom, w hen hi i;::**, and are absolutely odorless. Ventilation will work fasterthan in any other box. They are .great ice savers. The latter alone will pay foY the boxes in a short time. Cail and examine them at 211 Main street or corner of Seventh and Jefferson streets. DEATH LIST. Josephine, wife of Bernard Schmidt, residing on East hill, died Tuesday evening last and was buried Thursday morning. She had been ill two weeks and was in her 47th year. Mrs. Mary Gallon, a former resident lof this county, died Wednesday in ! Chicago anil her remains were brought | here Friday and buried from the ceme | tery chapel. She was 72 years of age ! Her daughter, Mary E , accompanied I the remains. Early yesterday morning Mrs. Geo - Drake passed aw ay at the home of her i grand parents at Fittsvillie and her I remains were brought to Wausau last I evening for interment. Nearly two I months ago Mr and Mrs. Drake left : this city for Malvern, Ark., to which place Mr. Drake had been detailed ;by the D. J. Murray Mfg. Cos. a* I one of a crew of n.en to assist in the | erection of tie Wisconsin Arkansas Lumber Go’s . mill. When about to i return Mrs. Drake was informed of the illness of her grand father and so they j stopped off at Pittsviile for a visit and | she was taken sick about two weeks ago. Mrs. Drake’s maiden name was Myrtle Mosher and she wasbutlwenty- I three years of age at the time of her death. She was united in marriage to Mr. Drake ou May Ist. laww The ; husband was taken ill shortly after his I arrival in Wanau with the remains oi i his wife, last evening. A beautiful line of laces and emhroid- I erics, all at reduced prices at Altheus. ■ uimmmmrmMmMm y o can sn\c \ou money on of instrument your xVerS & Pond, taste indicates and purse war- Emerson. I rants. Prices absolutely the Kimball, Very Lowest Smith & Barnes, quality considered We invite i . *. m examination and Comparison. Schimmel, Story & Clark. JAMES Hamilton, MUSIC CO., Willard. 314 scott st. RACE PROGRAM COMPLETED. The speed program for the next Mara thon county fair has been arranged and the entries nearly all made. The horses entered are almost without exception considered speedy ones, and good raws are assured. This year the purses amount to $1,500, which will act as an impetus to drivers to do their best, and the management assumes the responsi bility for any unfair or crooked work, so characteristic of the sport, and will not tolerate any actions of that kind to be permitted. Thus those who desire to witno'S clean, first, class races will have the pleasure of getting that article of sport for their money. All indica tions point to this year’s fair being the most successful of ;Dy yet held by the Agricultural society and everyone should lend their mite in making it so. Inquiries are coming in to the secretary in regard to same from outside parties who desire to make exhibits aud in an ticipation of a large increase of shelter and exhibit space being needed the management at a recent meeting de cided to erect some new buildings and make other improvements on the grounds Remember and buy your ice cream Friday afternoon and evening at Mrs Graveu’s. Light siimuur garments that wil allow of tlx- cool ze.phers whistling through them and cooling your heated blood can be found at .Seim Bros. Fanners—Time and money saved by buying your harve ding machine oils at Pardee’s drug store for they are job hers fur the Standard Oil Go’s cole brated machine oils. M Myrtle Kolph, of Milwaukee, i'is ited in the city last week, a guest of Miss Frances Albers wil Mi*s Winifred liyan. Those young ladies gave parties for M 1" Kolph on Wednesday eveiiing it th> hue of the former and on Tliiis# day evening at the home of the latter Miss Koiph returned home on Saturday The following named spent the •Fourth pienieing at Mayflower lake Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Colby aod children Mi*v.'S Ethel Sampson, Emma Be-jMor and Signa Markstrum; Messrs. Alter Kuhlman, Henry M( Kay and B A Benson. They report baring had a de iightful lime, aud they recommend ; Mayflower lake to all of this city who j desire a day or a few days’ outing 1 Mrs Richard Jewson has charge of 1 cottages there. ICE. j ICE. P. Q 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 For sea son, 4 times a week, 6.00 Per month, every day, 1.50 Per month, 4 times a week, 1.25 The above includes cleaning aud put ting same in refrigerator. The above prices will be reduced $1.09 if ice is not cleaned, etc. Leave orders at 114 McClellan Street. PHILIP DEAN, Architect id Spiiifleit, mckX Block, Wausau, Wit UINE^ C. H. WEGNER, Prop.' All kinds of light and heavy draying. Household goods moved, freight de livered, e r x. Rates the lowest and service prompt. tholism A re. *l mat i’rmtt M •* raira(tws English * ae> * 44.14 waWIHM. •Iti, Urn nt*m tmkm m mtkmr. Bmfmt* “413 tar* Matt. IMMTmanlil. M M-Htt “■ttttt.Mw! riiulz! ft. Fifty standard bicycl<3# received, the b*t wbee on earth for sl* 00 tu C. F. Dunbar's.