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RESTORES VITALITY THE °* e * FRENOB REMTIDT produces the above results In 30 days. It art* powerfully and quickly. Cores when all others fail, loan* men will regain their lost manhood, and old men will recover their youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly and surely restore* Nervous ness, Lost Vitality. Impotency, 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 tbe pink glow to pale cheeks and re ttorlng tbe fire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO>no other. It can be carried iu vest pocket. By mall •1.00 per package, or six for *5.00, with a posl tlve written guarantee to core or refund the money. Book and advise free. Address KOVAL MEDICINE CD., ■‘iL o ,c. y aT.! > For sale in Wausau, Wis., by Wilter ding & Stephany. DR. JOHN HUND (Dectscher Akzt) PHYSICIAN ANI) ST'RGEON. Office tours, * 9t012 a. m.; 2tosp. m. 218 Third street, Wausau, Wis. W. A. HAZELTON, M. D. (Successor to F. A. Walters, M. D ) BURGEON. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and t- 5 ElectroTherapeutist. Special.attention given to Gymna-cology. Bright's Disease. Cancer and X-ray work. Office and residence (Bo Third 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. 2 to 5 p. ra. 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays—9 to 11 a. m. A. W. Berch, Math aid Clipractic. No. 813 Third St., Over Dunbar’s store. Lady Attendant Present. B. H CONLIN, “s™!. < t* sr *i_ Teeth inserted -*%• ai - without plates. N. All kinds of op£?tA BICCK ¥. am& DENTIST. OFFlCE—Faff’s Block, 216 Third St. ALL THE LATEST METHODS. EDO Alt. • ATHENS, first and third Sunday. second Sunday. In all the latest and lip to-date styles, at the Weigand - Studios, Wausau, Edgar and Athens. DR. SECR IST, THE SPECIALIST, lnte from the xn<Nt celebrated hospital* am clinics of Herlin, Germany, aud Paris, France NEW METHOD TREATMENT Id allCiroiiic Diseases Consultation Sacredly Confidential. Examinatinn and Advice Free. DR, SECRIST WILL VISIT Wansa, ul. At the Beilis Mouse. Thursday, August 7th and every tour weeks there after for one day only. Th> dwtor't wondwlul pemr of diKKncsis, *re>*t**t of all gift>. Ptmblr* h-m lo deteruiiup tho chosmi of obscure and chronic silmsot*. and to apply remedies which . Heel certain, t-pesdy and permanent cure*. \ Kay examination* in appropriate .-jeeps upon reasonable notice. Hope for the Afflicted. Many hundred* of sufferer* pn nonneed by other physician* a* ho|lre*lr incurable, have been restored to health l>y l>r. Seriiet. Letter* of endorsement from many prominent derm ro-'n and hnndred* of grateful patient* are on tile in hi* office. The doctor ha* devoted ninrh time and atten tin in the FRISCH HO'l’ll'ALs to the study of all Special Diseases of Men. and has imported many special medicine* and appliauce* nec >*ar> to effect certain care* in the worst case* of Physical Weakness, Varicocele, Impo tency. Nervous Debility, Etc.. caused hy yonlhfnl snore, niitht 1, see*, general dio.-ipation. impo | er treatment and u -gleet. The doctor will forfeit 9509 where a ente is (rnarant. s.l and uot affected. KIDNKY AND BLkUDKR dtfelwre treated by new and eminently au.-c- >ful meth.nt*. CATARRH in all its various forms; t- sil.ve prompt and permanent cures always attested. l'Ll'B KKKT. crew* eies ard all .kber defotm. it to* treat'd with special care and unfailing sue cess*. NERVOUS DISEASES Eplitepey and .1 seases ‘of the blood and skin always yield to lb* doctor's modern method of treatment. I'ILKS cared permanently without detention from business and without the use of the knife. LI NO TROUBLES reee'v* carefo! attention, ami are always treated successfully, wh. u n.-t too long neglected. DKt,AI IS DAN,iKROU S.—'ihow who are chronically ailing should lose no time in con sulting a special physi.iao wli -*e reputation or skill is *o well and widely known. Spociai attention (siren to Diseases Peculiar to Women. No unnecessary exposure. No examination No sacrifice of modesty. The doctor doe* nor publish his patients name-. .r*< pt with th.-ir fait consent ana appro *ai. KnjtHsh. French and tier man spoken. MMH DR. H. C. SECRIST. CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE. Address all mall to Milwaukee , ffices: N K. Cor. Wiscor*in and F W ate. Si*. Second door. overO. M. A St- P. K'y. t ity Ticket Office , Klees tor at E- Water St. Entrance opposite ] Patel building. Established 1880 CITY NOTES. w ausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. > When you want a gold weddhtg ring Dunbar has them all styles. A picnic was held Friday by the Pres byterian mission at Schofield. For Sale. —Restaurant, doing large j business, or will rent with furniture. Call at this office. Philip Finch, < f the town of Weston, died early Saturday morning, aged twenty-eight ars. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist aud surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, August 12th. Stephen Bessey, who has beeu laid up by sickness for the past two weeks, was able to get down town last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. (J. E. Turner gave a whist party on Tuesday evening to a number of their lady and gentlemen friends. For Rent—The store formerly occu pied by Frank Osswald, as a bakery, on Third street, is for rent. Dr. W. T. Lawehexce. An unconfirmed rumor has it that Geo. Akin, of Grand Rapids, and Miss Adela Siebiing, of this city, were quietly married last week. Mrs. Clara Boeteher, practical mid wife, Fifth street, Dext to German Lutheran church. Confinements and and all other kinds of sickness taken at the house. tf. A party of civil engineers of the St. Paul road arrived in the city Saturday morning and have since been engaged in establishing grades, etc., along the line iu this section. The Soldiers’ Relief Commission, composed of Carl H. Mueller. Jos. Heinemann and Jacob Kiehl, held a monthly session on Thursday and audited accounts. In addition to other improvements being made by Jas. McCrossen on bis old homestead, corner of Fourth and Franklin streets, lie ha 9 laid a very handsome cement walk. August Schcfflcr, of the town of Cas sel, who was serving a sixty days’ sen tence in the county jail for maltreating is wife, is again at liberty, having been bailed out by Mosince parties. Umbrellas repaired, recovering promptly and neatly done, by J. G. Remfrey, 312 Second St. A roving baud of gypsies encamped near the pest house the latter part of the week, and engaged in trading horses selling laces, etc., but were driven out of the city by the police. They were a tough looking lot. The Columbia Candy Kitchen which has occupied the corner store in the McKinley block, corner of McClellan and Third streets, was moved last Thursday to the Haase store, coruer of Fourth and Washington streets. The water has been so low in the Wisconsin river that the paper mills at Brokaw had to be closed down two days last week and the Barker & Stew art mill in this city has been unable to operate the past week on account of an inability to get logs to the slide. Avery pretty party was given at the fair grounds last Wednesday afternoon by Miss Lilly Kiefer. It was given in honor of her visiting friends, Mrs. Frank Steib and Mrs. Eva Jonts, of Grand Rapids, aud Miss I) iyle, of Med ford. Refreshments were served and a general good time was had by ali who attended. There is quite an amount of live stock being brought into town of late by the farmers and sold to the local butchers. A good deal of this is young stock which the farmer has no trouble in disposing of for, until recently, the butcher has usually found it difficult to furnish the supply of veal and lamb chops asked of him. This time of year, however, young stock is more plentiful. Buy your ice cream for parties, sociables aud for home use of John Young. The leading merchants of Antigo have agreed to close at (5:30 o’clock every evening in the week hereafter except Wednesdays and Saturdays. They have further agreed to pay a line of s.'.■> for every willful infringement on the rule. One by one the different cities of Northern Wisconsin are fol lowing the pace set by Wausau in this respect years ago. At a recent revival meeting held at Merrill a butcher arose and said that he was the w ickedest man in town and hail given his customers short weight for years. “I’d go to hell if I should dietonight,” he continued. Immediate ly an old deacon who is in the grocery business started the hymn: “If you get there before 1 do tell, them that I'm coming too.” And the irrocer won dered why everybody laughed. Call on A. 15. Wheeler A- Sou if you have anything in the line of hot water or steam heat, plumbing or gas lilting all work promptly attented to. tf. A decision was recently handed down at Oshkosh, which, if upheld, may work seriously against tlie enforcement of the game laws in some regards. It was deckled that a game warden has no right whatever to enter a train or boat to examine the baggage of persons suspected of having game in their pos session. which they are transporting in violation of the law The court held that the law. if tin.-: enforced, was a forfeiture of property rights and secur ity. and was therefore null and void. If the decision is upheld transportation companies may carry alt the contra band game they desire and t in not lie molested. Sheriff Maiijnarvlt and Fader sheriff Chellis were called to the town of Uas sel Thursday to arrest Mrs Mary lleil, alleges! to be insane, and the woman was brought in for examination and an examining board appointed, composed of Drs. Tang her and tierholt, of Mara thon City, who fount! the lady insane and she was committed to the Northern Hospital at Oshkosh The woman's husband diet! six years ago. having her with four small children to provide ft r, and the cause of her insanity is attrib uted to this fact She is rational at times but during her s yells of aberration of mind, she imagines she is being pur sued by demons. CASTOR IA For Infant* and Children. The Kind You Hive Always Bought tCLT* R. Lyon. Dentist. will make Cold. Aluminum or Rubber Plates. FAIR EXCHANGE. A New Back For An Old Ore— How It Is Done In Wausau. The back aches at times with a dull indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; shooting pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and the loins arc so lame to stoop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plas ter to the back in this condition. You cannot reach th) cause. Exchange the bad back for anew and stronger one; Follow the example of this Wausau citizen. Mr. Albert Mohr at 210 Jackson street, says; “I had more or less b tek-tche about a year. Often I was entirely free from it, but the contraction of a cold which generally settled in my kidneys, produced a recurrence. Work of aoy kind which caused a strain on the mus cles of the back was sure to briug on au attack of aching. I did not know whether the trouble was caused by my kidneys or not, but reading the an nouncement which positively stated that Doan’s Kidney Pills were a sure cure for backache, I procured a supply at Albers' drug store. They did the work thoroughly iu my case. Up to the pre sent time there has been no indication of kidney complaint, backache, lumba go, or whatever you may term it.” For sale by all dealers ; price oOceuts. FosterMilburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole agents for the U. S. Remember tbe name—Doan’s—and take no substitute. RIFLE SCORES. Following scores were made Sunday by the members of Cos. G: Sergt. Braatz. 160 Private Mueller 143 Private Jenkins 143 Private Tupper. 140 Sergt. Werneim 137 Private Roloff 136 Private Clark 135 Private Smith 110 Serg’t Goerling 118 Corp. llarding 11l Private Fearson 110 Private Boerke 107 Private Braatz 105 Private Fregnent 103 Private Voght 102 Corp. Laatsch 102 Sergt. Ziemer 101 Sergt. Haase 101 OFFICERS SHOOT. Capt. Abraham 159 Lieut. Abraham 115 Lieut. Lucas 98 DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT THE AID OF A DOCTOR. “I am just up from a hard spell of the flux” (dysentery) says Mr. T. A. Pinner, a well known merchant of Drummoud, Teun. “I used one small bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured with out having a doctor. I consider it the best cholera medicine in the world.” There is no need of employing a doctor when this remedy is used, for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults. It never fails and is pleasant to take. For sale by all leading druggists. Home Seekers’ Excursion to the Northwest. West and Southwest. Via the North-Western Line. Home seeker’s Excursion tickets to greatly reduced rates will be sold on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, Juue to October, inclusive, 1902, to the territory indicated above. Standard and tourist sleeping cars, free reclining chairears, and “the best of everything.” For full portieulars apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R’y. .i 17-17 L. E. Spencer, M. 1)., office iu the McKiuley block, corner Third and McClellan streets. Geo, Ruder Brewing Company, Brewers, Mals c, sand Bottlers. The Finest Brewery jjiji All orders for Keg and— - ml Bottled Beer will receive n Northern .■ . $ prompt aUemion . Wisconsin. j§ No. 3 < CHAS. H. WEGNER ~ Largest General Store in Wausau GROCERIES , CLOTHING, I LOUR, FEED, PR ODUCE , NO TIONS, CR 0 CA'ER } \ A supply of Fresh Butter and Eggs and all Farm Produce always on hand. _V" E Nfc*. You are always next if you use the to** || Mill i / > i \l | FUR SALE ONLY AT [*(*■’'-—NAFFZ THE in r\ r i z-, dru cgist, a® \ j \ Opposite Court House. AFTER SPENDING YOUR MONEY .it my store you go home with the conviction that yon have gut value received. My stock of Furniture i> complete and up-to date and though cheap in price is not of that “trashy." quality carried by so many dealers. Remember the name and place. CHAS. HELKE, 3 vr,*s t 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 RANGES. GENERAL HARDWAR R. BAUMANN, Third Street. Wmmm Dealers in all kinds of HARD and SOFT COAL. Telephone No. 443, mWm. House and Barn Paints TIIE BEST MADE, AT Roemer & Thalheim, WAUSAU, VMS. Wm. Bauch, 5K' lllslro, Bpy Triir Carriages, Buggies Sofas Uockere, Easy Chairs, Etc., Upholstered, Repaired md Trimmed, Pool aud Hilliard Tables, Kepaiied as Good as New. Parnotc Pitted, Sewed and Laid in aSnpei wal Jlcto j or Manner. Special attenti >n ib given to the fixing np of Offices. Rooms. Etc Foot of Washington St. Im LIGHTNING j Reyburn Hunter & Co.s Rods are acknowledged the best. AX'y] BITY OF Vllt'lt LOCAI. authorized agent. For sale by K. Strachota, Farmer’s Home. (jlOSril) <- Your Work. Do you perform your dailv tasks with the old time vi<ror an • cnero-v, or are you becoming dull, listless and indifferent? Perhaps you need a* nerve tonic. Palmo Tablets Infuse a powerful stimulus to ambition and make you a perfect glutton for work, mental or physical. Use them and note how much younger you will look and feet. 50 cents. Book Free. Ad dress The S. R. Feil Cos , Cleveland, O. For sale by W. \V. Albers, druggist. New waistiug and new fabrics for fall gowns at Althcn s. First publication July 15, Ins- Aug 5. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, C ut t> Court for Marathon < oonty:—ln Pr. La’e. Notice is her- by given that Cr.e :iuie op H, and indwiitJir It e tilbt lu> n’ny of Februaty, M3. U heteby alb w and to creditors if Ni. lo.las MarM.n deeeaei and, to pie enttl eir riaims for • xi urination ami allowance. Also bat t.ll c'sinis bo pre sented. will exs mined a'd ; dialled ht a regu lar ti mi of baid County t < uit to be b Id a' the (Oort Hoase iu the t itj of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of March, 19< 3. By ti.e < 'outt. Hknky Viller, Ctonty judge. Dati and .July 8, it 0-. Mteller A Keoneb, Attorneys for Executor. Hist publica'ion Ju’y 15 last An?. ' . Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, Comity C nr for Marathon Connty:—ln En;f,.t . Notice is heoby given that tin* time npt. ard iiclrdirg the first Tuesday of Feb uary. 1903. is hereby a.10w.-d to cr. dilois of Jnli-ma Arch de fers and. to p esent their claims for i xamirmtion and allowance. Also that all claims so j.regentid, will he examined and a ijuated at 9 regular term of said Ooii.-i y Court to ha held at the Court Honee in the Oil' of Wrueau, on the first Tues day of March. 19 3. Hy the l i urt, Hk>-ky Miller, (’.minty Jidee. Dated July 8, 19n2. Muxllier A Keo.vi r, Attorneys for Executor. Hist publication Inly 22, last Auk. r> - Notice. It f'onnty *' nrt Marat! on County. In the matte’ if the is ae 1 of N 11 h ill s Ma-si.n, and. cei Fed. j ss ' Ki'd D. Jenkiu*. havi; g this day. by Mnailer ami 11- gn- rt in attorm y- pr*--n ed io hi- Court, hi- petition, setting forth it e f ( .cs entitling t,iin to a couvejaaes from iienty A Lrtnke. > xecnp r if ttie last will hi i Is-t in. nt of NirLi l.- s Vi r 6on dices bed. if 'he f..Hi wing oMi i tail rial ■ s ate. s’tna cd in Marathon (’■ aintr. Wis ,t > it: Lot one (1) and two C; of bloc-K twenty-five (25) of viilr ge F> uwood. It is order* and that such pm i; ion b- i.e rd 1 1 tin specitl term of this I unit, to b < b. id at the (tourt hot so iu the city of U ati-sn, on t 1 e 12ih day of Austin', >912. ad that notice if s:pd t ear ing be given by publication in the Wausau Pilot a weekh neu-pap rpobiish and in th- uit j *f W hu sau. in Marathon County, at l a-t ti n" snrrts sive Weess before the dav fix 'd for snch h* aring, and that tin last publication ho rot more than ten dais before the time so fixid. Date* l Jul. -Ist, 1902. He.nhy Mil LKlt, County J edge. 77h?re to Locate ? Why, in the Territory Traversed by tho Louisville Nashville Ilailroad, —t UK- Great Central Scathe 1 n Trunk Line -IN KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE, ALA BAMA, MISSISSIPPI. FLORIDA, —VVIIEKE Farmers. Fruit Growers, Stock Raisers, Manufacturers, Investors, Speculators, and Money Lenders vrill find ‘le great st chnnres in the United States to make "bit? money" by reason of she sbaDdance u.id e.heapnets of Land and Farms. Timber and Stone, Ir:>n and Coal, Labor—Everything. tree sites, fin an < ii.l i.ssisni ce. ind fret don, from taxation for the m luufi.tuurer Lard ad fmms at >.I t,O ior t e-e snd upwards Bid 500,0(10 ncr-8 in Wist Florida that cm b- Vakou gratis r.uder the U. s . It, in steed laws. St-ck r ising ia tie finlf Coast Pistr.ct will make enormous pro (is. Half fare excursions the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Let ns know what yon want. a> and we will tell yon wlooean t how to get it— but don’t and lay, as the country is filling t p rap dly. Printed matler inapt and all information free Address R. J. WEMYSS, General lmm'gration and Indus trial Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY. THE LATEST WheeSer & Wilson HAS ADVAaiI AGES CONTAINED IN NO OTHER SEWING MACHINE. It combines (treat speed with light running and silence, sewing three yards of goodswiule other machines sew two. It makes a stjtch on heavy goods that is elastic and strong and will not pucker the lighest material. It has a practical set of steel attachments covering a large range of work. Not “ how cheap,’ but “how good” should be your guide m buying a sewing machine. Do not be satisfied without first giving the ===== "NO. 9 *’ ===== a trial. If your dealer does not handle them send for catalogue. WHEELER & WILSON MFG. GO. 72 and 74 Wabash Ave. CHICAGO. ILL. Far Sale by JAMKS MUSIC CO. Wan sail. W i. SPECIAL SALE FOR THE Month of August la order to make room f<r our next season's Footwear, we are compelled to offer to the pui' V the following low prices : Ladies’ Shoes. $3. $4 ands3 values will be &a'd for 99c. Misses and Children's Sh es. $1 $1 50 and $2 values will be sold for 49c. MAYER, THE SHOE MAN. PERSONALS. Miss Clara Peters is visiting in St. Paul. —Dr. E. C. Fish, of Mosinee, was in the city on Friday. —Dr. Walters, o' Stevens Point, was iu the city on Wednesday. —II. H. Mattson spent a part of the past week at Plum Lake. —Mrs. C. N. Jolmson, of Merrill, vis ited in Wausau last Thursday. —C. Franzen, chairman of the county board, was in the city cn Thursday. A .J, Fehlhabef, post master <>f Naugardi, was in oaf city on Friday, —Mrs. ,1. W. Panabaker has returned borne from itemisit at Rhiaelaader. Alisa Nettie Siivertboro retsf-aed borne Tuesday. from a brii f visit at La< : • * —Mrs. Kena Baleh, of Sl.awano, visiting in the city with the family of J. W. Bishop. —Miss Clara Jehn, of Two Uivers, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beilke. —Chas. Woinfeldt attet tied the Feiriburg Strauss nuptials at Appleton last Thursday. —M. Rcgner, of West Bend, was a guest of his son, F. I‘. Begner, of this city, last week. —State Senator U. K. Kiordau, of Eagle River, spent Wednesday in the city on business. —Mr. and Mrs. M. 15. Rosen berry re turned home from Leslie, Mich., last Tuesday evening. —Judge Miller and A Luebner went to Chicago Thursday for the purpose, of spending a few days. —Judge T. S. Johnson, of Chicago, father of Mrs E. Latshaw, is in the city on an extended visit. —Mrs. E. A Dunn and son, Ernest, and Mrs. J. 11. Nutter, visited relatives at Pine River last week. —Alfred Zimmerman went up to Toni* ahaw k Saturday for a visit with his friend, Arthur Oelhafen. Henry Weik and Henry Marth went. t<> Harshaw Saturday for a few days’ fishing at Horseheml lake. —Major and Mrs. J. B. Pond anti son, of New York, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Brown tast, week. —Mrs. 15. T. Single has returned home from her visit in Sac City, lowa, after an absence of six weeks. —Miss Gertrude llarger, who has been in Chicago for tin* past three weeks, returned home Wednesday. —Geo. R. Kolter is in Chicago, where he will remain some lime, in charge <>f a drug store near the Union depot. —Mist Katie Marx, who has been spending the past week in Merrill, re turned home last Thursday evening. —Clarence Goodwillie and Walter Flieth are making a trip around the Great Lakes from Duluth to Buffalo. —Mrs. F. McDonald and daughter, Miss Belle, arrived home from a two weeks’ outing near Minocqua last Thursday. —Jack Mylrea, of Chicago, son of W. H. Mylrea, ex-attorney general of Wis consin, is in the city, a guest of Geo. MeNnughton. —Mrs. Jas. Goodwillie, who has been spending the past month at her old home near St. Louis, returned to Wan sau last Thursday. —Mrs. Geo. Pfeiffer went up to Toma hawk Thursday evening for the pur pose of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oelhafen. —Miss Marion McDonald, who has been in Chicago, Oshkosh and other points in Wisconsin for the past six weeks, has returned to the cit.y. —W, H. Bissell, of Arbor Vitae, looked after his interests in Wausau last Wednesday, especially his new res idence which is in course of construc tion. —Mr. and Mrs. C. S Gilbert visited list week with Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Vater at Clintonville. Mr.Vater some years ago was pastor of the M E. church in this city. —Dr. :iml Mrs. (1. A. Kggers and children, who have been guests of Dr. an 1 Mrs. A. YV. Trevitt f>>r several weeks, nave returned to their home in St Louis. —Harry Miller, who had been visit* i ig bis father, Judge. Henry Miller, re tu ned to his home in Milwaukee T mrsday. His wife remained for a 1 n,ger \ isit. —Ed. Seim and wife and (Jeo. Pfeiffer departed Sunday for Tomahawk where they wilt spend a few days in visiting with the family of John Oelhafen and in fishing on the lakes. Under-sheriff Chellis visited ai Mauston Saturday and Sunday, relum ing home yesterday. Mrs. t'hellis, who hid been visiting there for two weeks past, returned with him. —Mrs. Aug. Brants aceompaoied Ciias. Helke’s children to Kilbourn City Thursday evening, where the children will visit for some time with their graodn.other, Mrs. F. Ridant. —Ernest L*-gg returned home Satur day morning from Sehneetndy, N. Y , w.iere h< s employed by the largest electrical supply bouse in the world. He will visit here fir two weeks with his parents. —lion. F A Cady, of Grand Rapids, who represent s his district in the assem bly was a Wausau visitor the latter part of the week. Mr. Cady will be a candi date for tl e ofiiee again this fall, so his friends say. —Mrs C J. Winton and son, David, returned from Plum Lake on Thursday j evening. Miss Helen Winton, who ac orn pan ied them to the lake, remained S u tii Saturday evening visiting Miss ■ Cor elia McCro-sen. Mrs W. J. Doherty, of Kuukanna, visited -n the city the pat week, a guest tof Mr* J K >’i p!;:iuy. She L now at Mirshfi ld, but will return this wiek and visit for a few more days before returning to her homo. —C. F. Stone returned yesterday morning from Augusta Wi. . where he had i.- >i attending the funeral of his brother in iw', J C. ilsekett. Mr. Hi kett was county surveyor of Eiu Claire county and died at tb.* age of e. • t,!y five ye r*. —lienj. lleinemann and family were j a* Appleton Thursday attending the j u-dding >i M-'> D ra Strau-*, >! that city, t* > g mind Fein berg, of Milwau kee. Miss Sira ass is quit-. well known here, having visited the Heinenianns on several occasions n R TURBIN OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THh EXPERT SPECIALIST aid SURGEON Las visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARS, Once a Month, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Aug. 12 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE ONE BATEVEKY MONTH ONLY. Bi TURBIN, Jo| Hi Specialist iHt, JL -jSSr- CURES ||H|| \ wwaises in evert ALL respect, and the CHBONIO DOCTOR HAS AMONG HIS CASES. „ ' 1 patrons some of W "y cp THE MOST PROMINENT HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION W ’ <o ARE H,S TO THESE CASES. ’ - !>EST FRIENOS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED YDTTNP MT7M If TOie 4 "niWe(twtth I UUilLr IVI HIl nervous lebihty,stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted for business or study, caused from youthful err ots or excesses, you should consult this specialist at once. lhtn’l delay until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD M A M YTMTI —The*e aro 'ho jsamls of ill/tit IVIII U you troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmis takable signsof nervous debility. Umv dlcof this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this charactet treated with unfailing success. ALL DISEASESiSfcSSSKSfSI kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or inconvenience. FAT ARRTT wl *lcK poise ns tlte breath, L</i 1 xVilttil stor.acn and lung's and paves the way for Cor.suinption, alto Throat, A Crtv,. Pnintß ! Ist— I The doctor gives bis persr nal attention to each Individual " wills® s csse . 2nd—All business conducted on a professional basis and strictly confidential. 3rd—Names and pictures never published unless requested to do so. 4 th—The doctor's patrons are Ills friends. Writfl your troubles if living away from city. Theusands cured at home by correspond* mce and medicine sent asdtrccted. Absolute secrecy to all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, HI. STOP mmrnmmw THAT vrwwmwwwmiff HEAD mnrHinmmrmmm ACHE. wmmwitrmnrmm THE CELEBRATED “Ne Plus Ultra” Iron Self Heating AT 51.95, AT MONTGOMERY HARDWARE 80. The public demand a Pure Beer. We brew it. Weisensteiner and Red Ribbon by the case. 2 dozen quarts, $2.00. 3 dozen pints, $1.75. TELEPHONE 93. W, A, BAERWAID Scott Street Grocer, STOKK IN PILOT BLOCK. You Will Always Find our Stock Fresh. .punwr l>Tol Gocds delivered to any 1 part of the city, free. PARISIAN STYLES. *> s> s vT"” ewe ** * ’ * f Mv line of H its, Bonnets and all Millinery £ Goods is the most complete of any in the ypi city. I employ only first class trimmers, and * a an inspection of the work turned out will A # bear out the statement. r * * MISS CARTHEISER, THIR0 4 6T. EstaUnhsd 1867. Inesrparatsd 1877. Chicago Musical College DR. F. ZIFOFELD, Prssidsst. COLLEGE BLDG., 202 Michigan 8001., Chicago, llle i\/i i icir' SCHOOL OF ACTING JVIUOIU ELOCUTION ■ OF >H -O AL*OIRMTfIW Dr. F. Ziegfeld llan* Von Schiller Dr. Louis Falk William Castle Bernhard Lut<*niaan S. E. Jaeobsohn Rudolph Canz Charles Gauthier Herman DeTries Hart Conway, Director School of Acting. STUDENTS REOISTIREDAT ANYTIUI. The, < T*ip*<rn Mosieai h !l*o bwiraM and o>o* eons piste school of its kind n America f<-o!rr rueWl in • urtut 1 of monioslleainleg Thv Ncr Building is lb* Eo*t t actors l it sietsocs devoted weiosivelj to s musical ! of instruction sad arrangement of worses represent tbs out com* of thirtj-tve M|r* of- x • Tbs tsrms of t jition are tbs l<rs( commensurate noth tbs high grads >f instruction. New llluscratod Catalogue Mailed Free. Lb-et, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all cotv* stltutional andlnternai troubles; also Rupture, Plies, Fistula. Dispepaia, Diarrhea and all dis eases of the stomai h and bowels treated fails advance of any institution In the country. BLOOD AND SKlNEjarffiS Scrofula. Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system In a strong, pure and healthful state. T A PTUC —lf yon are suffering from per. LAD ILJ sistrnt Headache. Painful Men* straation. Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure yenr 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 beran refer you to those who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. He caugho all the encouragement In the world and will cure you If you trust your self to his care. One Dose ALBERS' Instant Headaclio Cure Has the desired effect. Try them. 25c a box. W. W. Albers, Druggist. :101 Third Street, East Side. .'5)2 First Avenue, West Side.