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E 3. TUfiYER, Editor and Prop.—VOL.. XXXVIII.
CM TA RRH Jt The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and fe ufi J '_ astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application, is r “tAi just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil. True, these give temporary relief, but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus. (fe#'- 1 <^Ss% Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh, for it 10111? checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and Bg|^r vapors which should pass off through the skin, are - - __ thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin,' rM producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus, 6 " i ’ much of which is absorbed into the blood, and through the circulation reaches every part of the system, involving the Stomach. Kidneys and other parts of. the body. When the disease assumes the dry form, the breath becomes exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are freciuent, the eyes red, hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears, bo remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. expels from the circulation all offensive matter, and when rich, pure nHS ffN blood is again coursing through the Ix)dy the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin Kj] active, all the disagreeable, painful symptoms disap ' ' pear, and a permanent, thorough cure is effected. S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ca. THERE ARE MANY TOILET CREAMS Slips* =—.. -—i- :: ouu. “Cinnamon Cream” is just a little better than any other. Honestly we don’t see how it could be improved upon at any price and We’ve had twenty years experience in the business, too. Its really splendid for chapped hands, face and lips. A GeneroUs Size Poiile for 25 Cei)ls. Ths Frost-Philbrick Drug Cos. Tho Economical Drug Store H. L. WHEELER, General Insurance Agent. Wausau, Wis. Represents the best and most reliable compan Kates as low as tbe nature of the risk allows Office In Marathon County Bank Building Dealers in all kinds of HARD and SOFT OO^X_,_ Telephone No. 443, Albert L. Felling, Manufacturer of LIGHT and HEA V Y Harness And dealer in Whips, Robes, Blankets, ana everything per taining to the harness and sad dlery business. Give me a call. 208 Washington St. Cures all foot ailments. Made in all up-to-date styles, like walking on velvet. SOLD ONLY BY MAYER, Exclusiv* Agent. The Shoe Man Largest exclusive Shoe House In the Northwest Which” Piano ? Musically, it is of immense I i importance which piano you buy. Its life will be many years, years that will make or , mar your musical life. Then 1 don't make a choice that you I will regret all these years. ln ( i 1 the 1 1 : IVERS & POND you get not only a first-class . i piano, you get all that you pay , for, and more. You get a tone ■ that is not excelled by any pano , I I in the world, you get cases of 1 ( I rare beauty and originality of ) design, you get many patented 1 , improvements of practical value < ] found in no other make; in a \ word, you ge; complete satis faction. That’s the secret of 1 1 the I vers & Pond success. Be sure to look over these I i pianv s at our warerooms before < * you buy. We have other makes j of pianos, too. \ James Music Cos. KILLED AT SCHOFIELD. An accident occurred at Schofield at an early hour Wednesday morning whereby Patrick O’Donnell lost his life. O’Donnell lived just south of the village and was employed as a filer in the Brooks & Ross mill, and after eating his breakfast started for the mill to enter upon his and ly’s work taking as his route the railroad track. An eugine had been sent out that morn ing to clear the St. Paul tracks of snow drifts and the wind was blowing a gale at the time and O'Donnell was walking along with his head down to shield his face from the falling snow and was un aware of the approach of the locomo tive. The engine crew, it appears, did not see him \nd the engineer, being a new man on this routs, did not. blow the whistle for the crossing lie was struck and knocked otf the track, his left leg being cut off at the knee. A son who works in the mill, nights, on goiugout of the house to throw out some water, looked up the track and saw an arm protruding from the snow, and, followed by his mother, ran to investigate and there found his father. When picked up, blood was flowing from his ears, and there were indica tions of internal injuries. Dr. Rosen berry was summoned, but the man died of his injuries three hours after ward. Coroner Kitzki considered it neces sary to hold an inquest, which he did with tlie result that a verdict was ren dered that O'Donnell came to his deatli by accident. Deceased was 44 years of age /and leaves a wife and six children: His re mains were shipped to Autigo, his for mer home, where the funeral was con ducted Saturday. HEAVY SNOW STOKM. Tuesday* night brought the heaviest snow storm which has been had thus far. There was a tall of eight or ten inches and the wind blew a perfect gale piling up the snow in some places in great banks. The storm was general, and throughout Northern Wisconsin the couditiohs being about the same as in this vicinity. In .he lower part of the state there was sleet and snow which did much damage to telegraph and telephone wires. The trains run hap hazard for several days as the high wind kept op timing the time, and drifted the snow quite hadlv Northern Wisconsin has never had a better w in ter than the present There has not been a day sinc* about December Ist, that the sleigh tig has been poor, and the result is that the lumbermen have been able to do business without the h ast drawback of any kind The farm ers, too, have been able to draw every thing saleable to market wjth ease. There is no doubt whatever but that good sleighing will keep up until, at least, the first part of March. Whilu there is a good deal of snow on the ground now, a few warm days witl re duce it quite a considerable. 1 A LARGE AMOUNT OF BARK. The United States Leather company, of this city, uses a large amount of hark a year. Just now it is using twenty cords a day and later in the ser.son it will use forty cords in the same length of time. It is estimated *hat 40,1100 cords will be needed every year. One can hardly realize what a vas amount this is. but a trip to the company's yard will give a good idea because several thousands of Cords can be seen in piles there. After the acid has all been extracted from the bark it is then utilized to keep up the fires under the boilers, aud no other fuel is used in the large institution. The company owns immense tracts of hemlock lands tut does uot expect that it will be compelled to use any of its own hark for a giea; many years, as the supply coming from the farmers and contractors will be sufficient. The farmers of Marathon county are now briogiog in about twenu cuds per day and as much more comes by rail. O. R Brass has charge of the bark supply. Wi USA uSShPILOT. EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE WAUSAU TELEPHONE COMPANY. The eighth annual meeting of the stockholders of the Wausau Telephone com pany was held at the Court House, in the Supervisors’ room, on Wednesday evening, and called to order at eight o’clock by N. Heinemann, president. There was a good representation of our business men present. Tbe minutes of the last annual meeting were fead by the secretary, James Montgomery, approved. Counsel G. D. Jones then read the annual report, which the Pilot gives in full, as follows : Wausau, Wis., Feb. 4, 1903. To the Stockholders of the IFuusuu Tele phone Cos.: Gentlemen: —We take pleasure In submitting to you herewith our eighth annual report. During the year just closed our ex change has growu to 525 telephones now in use. We have sold one share of treasury stock for SSO. During the first eleven months of the year just closed namely to Jan. 1, 1903, we have paid for salaries, operating ex penses, manager and one line mail, $3,150, and for other labor $1,239 21 We have paid for new material and for repairs $2,758 27, and have in creased the value of our plant at least $750 in new ’phones installed. On the Ist of January 1903. we had cash on baud and good accounts due the company In excess of all indebtedness owed by it $2,001 40, and totiiatdate we hail paid 15)4 per cent, cash divi dends to ourstockholders. To ascer tain the business for the year there should lie added to this the net earn ings of the month of .January, >r $497 20: which makes the net earnings •>f our company on a conservative FINANCIAL STATEMENT. We present you herewith the following statement of our receipts and disburse ments since our last report, and our present outstanding accounts and financial condition: RECEIPTS. Cash on hand Feb. Ist, 1902 $1,087 08 Cash on sales of stock 50 0U Cash on rentals ana tolls to Jan. Ist, 1903 9,507 29 Cash from sale of toll books and from other sources 278.25 Cash trom Marathon Cos. Telephone Cos. for material, labor C, and commissions 196.84 Total cash receipts to Jan. Ist. 1903, - $11,120 06 . EXPENDITURES TO JAN. IST, 1903. Operating expenses to Jan. Ist, 1903, sala ies paid manager collector, bookkeeper and operators and one lineman $3,150 00 Rent 140.00 Light for office 77 17 Insurance 36 00 Water tax 12 50 Cleaning offices 23 50 Printing and stationery. 51 85 Merrill Telephone Cos., balance due it ou our settlement for business of 1901 2158 Livery 78(H) Postage 9 00 '53,599 00 $3,599.60 OTHER EXPENDITURES TO JAN. IST, 1903. Paid for labor other than regular employes... $1,239.21 For freight, expressage, telegrams and miscellaneous charges ", For new materiel, telephone wire, poles, switch boards, etc. 2,758 27 For dividends ...... 1,243.00 Total, - $5,640.42 $5,640.42 Total, -fc - $9,240.02 Total receipts $11,120.06 Total expenditures 9.240.02 Balance cash on hand $1,880.04 ACCOUNTS DUE THE COMPANY. There was owing to the company Jan Ist, 1903, including the January rentals for telephones, batteries, and merchandise sold $ 69.00 Due on toll messages previous to Jan., 1903 18 45 For toll messages earned and due Jau. Ist, 1903 67 30 Due on reutals for Jan., 1903 807 04 Total $962.69 INDEBTEDNESS OK THE COMPANY JAN. IST, 1903. Dividends to stockholders for Jan., 1903 $ 40 00 Orders outstanding not presented for payment 285.20 Monthly rentals and tolls paid in advance 146 75 Office rent from July Ist to Jan. Ist 120 00 Due to Merrill Telephone Cos. for 1902 business, about 28.33 Due for state tax (since paid) 220 96 Total $841.24 SUMMARIZING : Cash on hand Jan. Ist $1,880,04 Accounts due to the company Jan. Ist 1 002 60 Total $2,842 73 Liabilities of the company 841*24 Net amount on hand Jan Ist, 1003 $2,001.40 Add to this net balance of February rentals, less Jan. oper ating expenses 497.26 Total $2,403.75 The present monthly earnings of the company, based on the number of instru ments rented, and average earnings of the toll lines the past year, is : 276 residence telephones, including schools charged at resi dence rales, SI.OO per month § 276 00 21V business telephones, at $2 50 per mouth 547 50 t Paper Mills telephone at $4 17 per month 4 17 ! 1 County Poor Farm telephone at $3 50 per month 3 50 1 Opera House telephone at $1 25 per month 1.25 ! 2 business teh phones, joiut offices, at $3 75 per mouth 7.50 ; i7 telephones used by directors and institutions free. ! 8 long distance telephones aud booths. | 525 telephones in use. Total $839.92 $839 92 Toll line earnings, average per month, as above $ 70 00 I Commissions from Marathon County Telephone Cos. based ou average each month for last year 8.75 $918.67 Our expenses per mouth were : i Pierce Hirsch, Supt 8 70 00 ; s operators and collector 162 50 3 line men 130.00 Rent and In ating 20 UO I. ght 5.50 i':txcs, 2f per cent of gross earnings 20.90 ’Sundries, including stationery, postage, insurance aud water tax 25 00 $433.90 J 433.90 Net e timings per month $484.77 basis, for the year, approximately as follows; Cash vaid. tocludiog Janua ry div.dend ... #1.252 < Cost ..f construction in new in-oalla •_,o san eitci’sious made, at least.... ..x) 0C Net amount on h. od iu excess of tti.,t ou baud a year ax t I 116 91 Cot 41 f3.UB 91 From which should be deducted the cash received for tuesaie of stock.... SO 00 Balance # ... W.OOB 91 To this net gain should lie added anything we tuay obtaiu net on the j Insurance cases hereafter referred to. The principal iueideota durtug the j year wert *he fire which occurred In i our central office Feb. 6. 1903. or two I days after our annual meeting. This | fire was probably caused hy acci dental contact l>et ween tne wires of our company aud those of the Elec - I trie Eight company, and tt destroyed : property worth SS4I 30. and damaged , other property, making our entire ‘loss not far from SI,OOO. The de stroyed property was Insured, but the insurance com panics claimed that there was no liability, for the ivason that the policy of Insurance con tained the following clanae: ‘‘This ; insurance does uot cover any loss or WAUSAU, Wis., TI'ESPAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1903. damage to property caused by elec tric current, whether artificial or natural.” We caused the legal ques tions relating to this Insurance to ne carefully investigated by the luw firms of Ryan, Hurley & Jones and Brown, Pradt & Genrfch. and on the advice of these attorneys have brought suits against the insurance companies for such insurance, which actions are still pending. Another point of considerable inter est is the change Instituted by us In the rates of service. We stated ill our last annual report that itw jis only a question of time when it would he deemed expedient to some what increase the monthly rental charged for tele .lione service, and this matter was discussed quite fully at the meeting. It seemed advisable to us to make h change, slightly in creasing the monthly rental in resi dences, leaviug all otb r rentals the same as before, and we therefore adopted a resolution March 4, 1902, as follows: Whereas, In view of t lie unusual expense to furnish good service by the growth of our plant from two hundred to lietweeii five and six liun dred ’phones, and the improvements to lie made In our system, recessltat big a large expense; now. lie St Resolved. That the monthly rent als in residences for unlimited use, I* fixed at $1 pepoiouthfor Instruments used, or 75cents tier month for use of instruments limited to 100 connec tions per month, and 1 cent for each additional message in excess of 100 messages. Further. That the lessee, under limited service rate, furnish the me ter adopted bv the company; the company agreeing to Gurchase saio meter from said lessee at cost price at any time *Hbin one year from ; d.vte of purchase, if said lessee shall elect to rent an instrument at the uu : limited rate. Further, That said chance shall rake effect on and after April 1,1902.” As anticipated, this change in rates has somewhat affected the extension of oar business in residences, aud at this time we have 276 residence "phones, where last year we had 278. Our business telephones have, how ever, increased from 205 at the date ■of our last annual meeting, to 221 now iu use, and we believe the pres ent rates are in every way reasona ble, and that there is no necessity (or making further change at this time. Oar report one jtear ago showed the total value of our plant to that date $19,500. Considerable has been added to this during the past year, but tlifs was largely in the way of repairs. There has been but one im portant extension made to our lines, namely: the extension of our toll line from Snuset to Sunrise, a distance of five tuiles. ell in this county. As heretofore, we have made no ef fort to sell treasury stock during the past year, though as a matter of policy you directed that salesofstock to our patrons be at par. Only one share of stock has been purchased during the year. In conclusion, we believe it is only a question of time when it will be necessary for us to reconstruct our lines and tut in a complete metallic circuit. We deemed it Imxneo ent to do t Ids for t lie present, hue * e re commend t hut all material purchased la* so purchased with a view to such action mii tin* part of the company, and recommend that- as speedily as our means will permit and good ser vice he promoted, our lines lie trans formed Into a complete metallic cir cuit system. Closing tills report, we once more express our hearty thanks to the citi zens of Wausau m6l the stockholders of tills c ui pa a.a for the support they have given us. Respectfully submitted, N. Heinemann, E. B. I HAYKR, W. W. AI.BERS. .# James Montgomery. G. D. Jones. Considerable discussiou was had about the service, and it seemed to be the opinion of all present that the Wau sau Telephone company was giving ;is good satisfaction as could be asked for on a common return circuit, and as to the financial condition of the company, of course, all were well pleased. An expression of opinion, in regard to the disposition of the surplus money on hand, was quite extensively entered into, and on motion of R. E. Batcher it was voted to allow the directors dis cretionary power to improve the service wherever, iu their opinion, it was found necessary, but the ideaof making a large outlay at present for changing from a common return to a metallic circuit, was rather disc.im aged. On motion of E. C. Zimmer-maun, it was voted that the secretary cast a ballot fm the old directors to succeed themselves. There being no further business the meeting adjourned. The directors met immediately after adjournment of the stockholdes meet ing and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President —N Heinemann. Viee-Pres —E B Thayer. Sf/* ••'*tary—James Montgomery. Treasurer—W. W Albers. Counsel—G. 1). Jones. WAUSAU FUEL COMPANY. The above is the name of anew insti tution which has opened up in Wausau. It is located in the southeastern part of our city and will operate in a small building until such time as the demand for its goods shall warrant the erect ion of a factory. S G. Rice and son, J. E. Rice, have been for some time expermenting on a tire lighter until they are of the opinion that they have ihe very best one cn me market. More kerosene is now used for lighting tires than is burned in-lamps. The way in which it is used in most fami lies, makes it very dangerous, and numerous horrible accidents arc almost daily reported. It has been the effort of the Rices, to get up some cheap tire lighter that will do away with the use of dangerous explosive oils. They started at Merrill aud operated a factory there for some time. Finding they could make better arrangements here they moved to this city several weeks ago. They manufacture two kinds of tire lighters, one for lighting coal tires and the other for wood. The former is composed of two strips of pine wood, about Ixs inches w ith a piece of wood iu the center holding a bunch of ex celsi ‘r, this is nailed together and is dipped into a preparation which makes it give out a tierce blaze for some time —at any rate loug enough to light soft coal. The other is smaller, about Ix3 inches and will effectually light dry hardwood without the aid of any more kindling. The} are sold in boxes (> f lift} and 10b. and while a ready sale has been found for the article iu Merrill and Wausau, still the largest demand comes from the vast territory below us and from the prairie country, where the only pine wood they can get is that which comes in the shape of boxes. The company will secure its material from the re fuse at the different mills. Any one desiring tire lighters should drop a postal card to the company and it will receive prompt attention. The Pilot lias given the lighters a test, aud pronounce* them iu every way, super ior fire lighters. COUGHS Are dangerous if not promptly and properly treated. If you have a slight cough now. don't wait for it to get worse before trying to cure it Every day s negl ec t makes it harder to break. It's easy and costs lit tle if you start in time. Albers’ Torp Coil Caro is a pure, safe, and reliable pre paration that we guarantee. Our old customers use it even season. TBY IT-25 cts and 50 cU PER BOTTLE W. W. ALBERS, 801 Third Street. 312 First Are. do you suppose dfp into that bulk couee before you buy it? H Lion f! Coffee comes * n sealed, air tight packages; no chance tor handling, W or dirt or things to getin - * |. Clean, Fresh and Fra;"nt | CITY COUNCIL The following matters wer? heard and considered at the meeting of the common council Thursday evening last: A petition was read asking that the sum of $2 500 be pledged to secure the gift of $25 000 offered bv Andrew Carnegie for a free public.library, the petition being signed by 99 taxpayers. There were also four papers read in disapproval of this plan signed col lectively by 386 citize is who asked that the gift be not accepted but that a tax levy be made to create a fund for the purpose of building such library. The petitions were referred to the finance committee. Hon. Neal Brown addressed the members with reference to his correspondence with Mr. Car negie and stated tl at there were no conditions made by Mr. Carnegie it. do nating tht/money other than that ten per cent, of the donation should be raised by the citizens annually in keep ing up the institution. Principal O. E. Walts of the Training school \v.as of the opinion tnat a better opportunity of securing money for the building of a public library would not be presented and was in favor of the acceptance of the gift. He also stated clearly the needs for a public library. G. D. Jones, president of tbe school board stated that many other cities, had ac cepted similiar gifts from Mr. Carnegie for such a purpose aud why not this city? The matter of any of our pri vate citizens making such a donation is simply one of their own free will and he had no criticisms to offer hat none had seen fit thus far to make such au offer, Karl Matiiie, superintendent of tlie city schools was of the opinion that Mr. Carnegie’s gift should be accepted for a library is essential to the city's needs. There was no one present to speak for the remonstrances to the first petition. A petition was read signed by a large number of people living in the north part of town asking that an engine house be built on Bridge street, plans for which were drawn by the eby engi neer and filed with the city clerk along hue r.go. This was referred to the committee on fire. A petition asking for the construc tion of a foot bridge across the Wiscon sin river in the north part of town was read and referred to the committee on streets and bridges. A similar petition was once before referred to the co|n mitlee, which failed to report on same. The petition for street railway fran chises were withdrawn as according to the state laws cities hare no right to grant franchises to individuals, but to corporations. The local parties have already incorporated under the state laws and the St. Louis parties have stated that they will do likewise and both petitions will perhaps be again presented at the next regular meeting. The committee on public property was ordered to place in repair the lift bridge near tbe McEachron mill. It was decided to give the Wausau Cemetery Asso. a quit claim deed to a small strip of land dividing the associa tion’s property, and owned by the city. The land was originally purchased to be used for the burial of paupers but was never used for such purpose. Au ordinance providing for the com pulsion of the St. Paul K’y. Cos. to place tlagmen at its Scott, Jefferson, Wash ington aud Jackson street crossings was referred to the committee on ordihances. "X Aldermen Liljeqvest, Krueger and Powers were appointed a committee to look up a site for anew city building, it being though'* anew building will necessarily have to be built ere long. City Attorney M. B. Rosenberry was instructed to proceed by condemnation procedure in opening up Kickbuseh street acrosss the St. Paul K'y Co.’s right-of-way. The property holders on the east side <if the track have offered to donate laud for such a street The mayor called (. has Burke, presi dent df the council, to the chair, aud ad dressing the b;/dy, stated that charges had been rr.ade that the financial affairs of the city had been juggled during the past administration and that a com mittee had been appointed to investi gate. Such committee when called upon for a report had asked for longer lime and the services of an expert ac countant, which had been granted, and still there was no report forthcoming. H*‘ deemed it net essary to the bet in terests of the pe jpie that a report be made at aD ear y date. Wm Burke, t. resident of Hatley, was arrested Friday on complaint of Wm. Mulligan, the same place, charging b'-r with embtzziement. ft appears that Burke was the retiring trea-urerof Camp No. 8074. M. W. A. at Hatley and failed to turn over the money and para phernalia-of the society to hs successor. It is apparent, however, that there may be some mistake. Burke .claims that be has not mis appropriated any of the funds, and if a shortage is found in his accounts that he can make up the deti ciency. He was up for hearing on Sat urday and plead not guilty to the charge and his case was postponed to Saturday morning, Feb. 21st. In the meantime he and a committee of Wood men will go over the books and ascer tain their correctness. No. 11—TERMS, f>l.Bo pop Annum The H. B. 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" 4a a aig af awig and awig af aaig aaa It. town to, nag* ig, town M lUlflN •• iaia .wig mi IS. town to rang* 4 town af Wain. • • *ia ms* taa to town to. nnga 6, town at Klk Falla. ” 4* l * of aw'd and aig af awig aaa. , town to range I, tow* af Fmnkfart. •*' ot * 15 14 aad 14 and .wig at mah mo. 6, town to nnga *, a alannd laid and lailltoa aaa .baraan town of Caaton a*.a awsg hi in town to ranga 4, In town af Balaay. ; • •*,* aesg af MSg and aig af Mig aaa li, lawn to rang* 16, town #f ritoTat. •r ’•ala. aesg of Mig and ig at aaig aaa. to tawn to rnnga I, lawn af Jahnaan. vr "*; H of *alg aad awig at nwig aaa 11, town M, rarg* 6 In town at gnmaar; aad aig and ■g of .w'i at* is, tawn 37, ranga 3, iu town af Brlgbton; and Mig a*o. IS, town N, rangaS, la • * -f 3ull and aig af .wig aad aig of Mig uta. U, town s'*, rang* I, In to srn af Holton; and • , it ie l 4 us Id, town *7, raar* g. In town af Kau Plain*; and aig of a wig mo 8, town 87. 4 In town of Ciaraland. and n!g of no>g and eW of nwV; aad oig of .wig to. t, aad nwig •< • . *<l ig of awig aad Uof Mig mc 11, town 83. rang* #, In town of Worn; aad aig at n*W i •'. of neig aad wU and *ig of eii mc 11, town M. rang*. 6, and *>f of n*ig and neig of dw2 .6 town 36. rang. I, in town of Bergaa , and neig #f naV. *o. Id, town 17, ranga 6, In town af and .aig of aoigMa S, towa 28. ranga , In town of Marathon; and aaig .fMb too. 16, *:i 27. range 7. la taw* af aronanwattar; and a>g M*. 16, town to rnnga lb, and nwig of nwig * U>** 2*. raaga Ig, in town af Easton ; and nM af nei£ and nig of nwig and iwig of nwig i 'g of .wig and aaig at mV. and iwig of toig mo. 11. town Jo, rang* 6 and wU of mo. 16, tow* r.. t . I. aad .wig .ac 86. and tig of nwig and .wig aoo. to town to man* 6, In town af Tanaa. w B*l*. twig mo. 10, town 10, rang* lg, town af Santa**. V B*l*. awig at nwig m. 1, town to rang# lg, town of NohW. *r Bal*. wsg of awig **o. to town to rang* Hi, town of Flonoi. *r halt, awig end tig af Mig mo. 11, town to nnga C, to we •! iMh Fall*. r Salt, aw frig mo. 11. town 17, rang* 6, town of Irocuw.tlst. r Sail, rig m. 16, town 81, ranga &, tow. *f Ham at. *'#, aig of aaig mo. 1, and naig *f neig *<*. 18, tow* 10. Kriis* 10, town of Hantaan. Sale, aig of neig wo to aad aig of naig mo. N, and aig at nwig Md. *6, town to range TANARUS, tows i'a xai. > Salt, wig af Mig mo. It, town SO, rang* g, town at Mawltt. • Hale, iwig aad wig of Mig Me to town 81, range I, town ai Cnrnlag, Uneadn aawato. lain, aig of n*ig, mo. 16. town SO. ranga Is town at Ms wia. For prices and terms, or any information relating to the above described tods, apply at our office, H. B. Huntington (Jo. CONFIDENCE. The reputation we enjoy among the physicians, as the Leading Pre cription Pharmacy, is something of which we lire naturally proud. If your doctor, on giving you a prescription fails to direct you to bring it to us, it is because he takes it for granted you will do so any way; in auv event it will be perfectly safe for you to forth the habit of coming to us. Our stock of Drugs are always fresh, our system of putting up pre scriptions is very complete and they are always filled by Registered Phar macists ; apprentices are never al owed, under any circumstances, to fill prescriptions, and our scale of charges is a very fair and reasonable one. - We live up to, and not upon our Reputation. Pardee’s Drug Store, The Yellow Front Mere Me, 0., M. * HT. r. RAILWAY. hicagi.. Milwaukee and St. 1 -tinl Kailway pes- HQjjfai train* leave Waasan aa follows; NOKTH. Jaily, except Mondays. 9:20 a. m. laily —. 7:02 p. m. tar.itay, 12:45 p. ra. V ;comirn,datiu —.11:15 a. m SOUTH. >aily - 7:5S p. m. >aiiy. except Sundays 11:15 a. m. Close connection* are made with 11:15 a. m. rain for aii point* in Southern Wisconsin and Northern liliLois. Through tieto-t* on sale and baggage ch eked to destination. K. Goodrich, Agent. CHIGAO° A If D NORTHWEBTKRN RAILWAY. Leave Arrivn Waosan Wansan 1 2:45 a.m. 1:29a.m. ishkoeh. Fond dn Lae. ! 7:35 a.m. 3:10a.m. liiwanke- and Chicago, | 12:30 p. in. 12:04 pm. J 11:15 p.m. 10:07 p.m Antieo Khtnelander. m T Horlej and Ashland. £ 1 1:29 a.m. 2:45a.m. -t.xrahfield St. paol, 1 10:04)a.m Minneapt lit and west f12:04 p. m. 4 .15 p.m. J 10:07 p. m. 10:50p.m. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 11:15 p. m.has sl*per for Milwankee and Chieego rrain leaving at 1:29 a m. ha* sleeper and re dining chair car for St Han I and Minnearx, is. Tickets sold >*ud baggage checked to all impor ant point* in the United State*. Canada and 4xico. D. HcN acghto*. Agent, ¥, niESB, DENTIST. OFFlCE—Puff's Blocs, 318 Third St. ALL THE LATEST METHODS. DINEno C. H. WECNER. Prop. All kinds of light and heavy drayiug, Household good# moved, freight de livered, etc. Rates the lowest aad service prompt. Wheeler & Wilson HAS ADVANTAGES CDITAINED IN NO OTHER SEWIN6 MACHINE. It com bines great speed with light running and silence sewing three Yards of geade while other machines sew two It makes a stitch oa hoary geode that la elastic and strong and will not packer the ligheet material. < It baa a practical set of steel attachments covering a .large range of work. Mot ” bow cheap,' ,r bts “bow good” shoald ho yoar guide in bn ving a sewing mimtbiae. Do not he satisfied wi hout first giving the i *wo. • '•==; a trial. II har dealer does not handle them \ send for ca' Cogue. WHEELER & WILSGH NFS. 60. j 72 And 74 Wabash Ava. CHICAGO, ILL. lor .> ;t i> | by JAM Kb ML'blC LO Wausau, v \p. 0 •.* Every Woman * \ m fßUrrvdteTl I.nrt knowr t \ \ t iout it* wonderful \ MARVU Whirling Spray §lv J Tbeuew I mm \v /n Q ti -h tmi Awium. e* - Mod Copy4^'art Aah mr H. *” J If h- ' > ' fc t WitLj*; UO* MVIUIJ.. nr%l HO \ otter, test Mn*d * Until f<r II ' g tw*>fc tr.TM \ g full dir^-iu-u* in ;w, / m r*, ’-.JiLiei© Vf%ft% Ki. €**. .m lU>ora For sale by Tbe Froat-Phiibriek Drug Company, next to post office.