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VITALITY ™ E of Me. QRBAT FRZED7OS nxnvmDT produces the Above revolts In 30 day*. It act# powerfully and quickly. Cores when all others fall. Young men will regain their lost manhood, and old men will recover their youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous ness, Lost Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion, whioh 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 the pink glow to pale cheeks and re storing the fire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist u having REVIVO, no other. It can be carried lu vest pocket. By mail •1.00 per package, or six for 95.00, with a post five written guarantee to core or refund the money. Book and advise free. Address 80YAL MEDICINE CO., For sale in Wausau, Wis., by Wilter ding & Stephany. TOILET PREPARATIONS. / After the spring winds of March and the rains of April, the skin will be left rough and chances for beauty and comfort will be limited, f Soaps that dean but don't injure ; Talcum Powders, pure and cheap; Toilet Cream, removes rough ness ; Perfumes delicate and sweet. Wausau Pharmacy Cor. 3d and Washington Sts. DR. SECR/ST ; THE SPECIALIST, late from the most celebrated hospitals and clinic* of Berlin Germany, and Bans, France. NEW METHOD TREATMENT Id all CluroDic Diseases Consultation Sacredly Confidential. Emulation and Advice Free. DR. SECRIST WILL VISIT Wausau. At the Northern Hotel, Thursday, FEB. 19th, Merrill, Wed., Feb. 18th, and every four weeks there after for one day only. The doctor’s wonderful power of diagnosis, greatest of all gifts, enables him to determine the causes of obscure and chronic ailments, and to apply remedies which effect certain, speed) and permanent cnres. X-Ray examinations in appropriate cases upon reasonable notice. Hope fo y the Afflicted. Many hundreds of sufferers prouonneed by other physicians as hopelessly incurable, have been restored to health by Dr. Seciist. Letters of endorsement from many prominent clergymen and hundreds of gratefnl patients are oo tile iu his office. The doctor has devoted much time and atten tim in the FRENCH HOSPITALS to thestnd) of all Special Diseases of Men, and has imported many special medicinee an. appliances necessary to effect certain cnres it the worst cases of Physical Weakness. Varicocele, Impo tency. Nervous Debility, Etc., caused by yonthfol errors, night losses, general dissipation, improper treatment and neglect. The doctor will forfeit SSOO where a cure is guaranteed and not affected. KIDNEY AND BLADDER disease* treated b) new and eminently successful methods. CATARRH in all its various forme; poaitivi prompt and permanent cares always affected. CLUB FEET, cross eyes and r)1 other deform ities treated with special care and unfailing ..ac cess. NERVOUS DISEASES. Epiilepsy and diteases of the blood and skin always )ieid to the doctor's modern method of treatment. PILES cured permanently without detentioi from business and without the use f the knife. LUNG TROUBLES receive careful attention and are alwa)* treated successfully, when not tm long neglected. DELAY IS DANGEKOUB.—Those who ar* chronically ailing should lose no time in con suiting a special physician whose reputation 01 skill is so well sud widely known. Special attention given to Diseases Peculiar to Women. No unnecessary exposure. No examination No sacrifice of modesty. The doctor does not publish his patient? names except with their full consent and appro val. English, French and German spoken. Address DR. H. C. SECRIST, CHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE Address all mail to Milwaukee offices: N. E. Cor. V\ isconsin and E. Water S>*. Secon> floor, overC. M. A St. P. R’y. City Ticket Office Elevator at E. Water St. Entrance opposiv* Pabst|bailding. -Established ISBO HEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADT. 0. 8. GILBERT ABSTRACTS. We have the only abstract of Mara thou county. We have a thoroughly qualified abstractor and make abstract.- at reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by us and guarantee that they show the eonditiot of the title properly as it appears or record. J An abstract of title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable in ascertain ing defects in your title that can b* easily remedied'and yet might be suf ticient to spoil a sale. If you desire ai abstract of the title to your property call and see us. w Wausau Law & Land Associat'd Offices over First National Bank. CITYJNOTES.I \\ ausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets Dr. Siebocker dentist, .sue essor to Dr. Rieh, office iu Mi-Kialey block. Ihe ten wood Lumber Cos. has so far received over 2.0011,000 feet of logs at its m;ll in that village. A ue\, paper has been started at Ed gtr which will be known by the name of the Edgar Torch. We have not l> arued who is to furnish the “oil.” The Alexander Stewart Lumbe. Cos., has commenced huuling logs by train from the north and is dumping them in the river above the high bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Lyons, of Seattle, are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son which was born to then) od the 20th of last month.—Grand Rap.ds Trib’ine. Call on A. B. Wheeler & Son if you have anything in the line of hot water or steam heat, plumbing or gas fitting; all work promptly attended to. tf. C. P. Haseltine, of Ripon has sold the Oakwood summer resort on Green Lake, to T. D. Stone of the same oily. The resort is one of the handsomest iu Wisconsin. Baby sleeps and grows while mamma rests ?i Rocky Mountain Tea is given. It’s the greatest baby medicine ever offered loving mothers. 35 cenfr. W. W. Albers. “Progress,” finest 10c Magazine. Nothing like it. Trial subscription, one year 25c—25,000 new subscribers wanted. Hoffmann-Metropolitan Pub. Cos., Third and State streets, Milwau kee, Wis. f-9-23 A. C. Sherwood proprietor of the Shersdale berry farm west of the city, was examined last week by Drs. Rosen berry and Spencer and pronounced in sane, and was committed to the North ern hospital at Oshkosh. Pete Reis has purchased of Carl Haase the latter’s barber shop at Arbor Vitae and will move his family there in a few weeks and take charge. Mr. Reis has been employed for eighteen years in this city in the shop of Henry Dern. “The Cranberry Grower” is a little paper just started at Craumoor, Wis. It is published by the Cranberry Grower Publishing Cos., and its editor is W. H. Fitch. It ig devoted entirely to matters pertaining to cranberry raising. Last Wednesday a barn belonging to M iss Helen Miller, located on the prop erty occupied by Henry G-oss on Jack son street, was almost completely de stroyed by lire. Ashes containing live coals that had been emptied out in the yard are thought to be responsible for the blaze. A certain lady who likes to use big words whether she knows the meaning or not, was told that the word ‘ferment” meant “to work.’’ One day she had some callers and she said to them as she came in from out doors, “I’m very tired today; “I have been frementing in the yard all day.” And the callers fell off their chair.—Ex. The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the iujury. - All danger of this niay be avoided, how ever, by promptly applying Chamber lain’s Pain Balm. It is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing lini ment for cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by all leading druggists. One of the most tragic and heart rendering events that ever occurred in Milwaukee was that of a small fire in which four of the city’s notable firemen met death by inhaling the fumes of nit ric acid, among them was James Foley, chief of the lire department. About twelve other firemen were so badly affected that their lives hung in the balance for some time. The case of the Chicago Excelsior Cos. vs. the Wausau Excelsior Cos. to re cover $4.00 per cord for a car load of bolts that had been shipped to the latter company, but which the former com pany claimed to own, a mistake having been made iu ibe consignment, was concluded in Judge Miller’s court Wednesday. The judge found de fendant firm liable in the sum of $3.50 per cord. Have your books and magazines bound at Paul F. Stolze’s, 630 Washing oa street. ’Phone 258. nlB-m3. District attorney Genrich has brought suit against Manitowoc county to re cover s7l expeuded in the care of Albert Kenast, a resident of that county, who was taken sic k here last winter with small pox. The bill was presented to the Mr.mitowoc county board last fall but the board refused to pay it for the reason that the parents of the young man, who by the way is a minor, were able to pay if. Steve Shattuck, a resident of Edgar, arrested some time ago for hunting deer without having obtained a license to do so, was tried last week before Justice F. J. Curtain of that village. The prose cution was conducted by Dist. Att’y. Fred Genrich and Win. Xregel, county clerk, was present to give testimony fer the state. Shattu-k was found guilty aucl was sentenced to pay a line of SIOO and costs or spend three months iu the county jail. He chose the latter and is now serving sentence. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House. February 24th. A dispatch from Washington an nounces that a by 1 has passed the house making an additional appropriation of $12,500 for the erection of the contem plated Wausau government building, ] making a total of $62.5tk. Congress- j man Brown is showing great interest in | the work and if his efforts ->unt forany j good the original appropriation will be ' increased. It is quite likely that the | work on the Wausau bu'kliug will com- 1 menee ea r lier than will that of the other ; buildings provided for this state in the bill In the first place, barring a slight j mistake made in forwarding the title of j the Wausau site —a mistake which can , easily he remedied—there is clear and j exclusive possession given to the gov- ! erament. while the instruments fur- , nished by other cities-have been found i faulty iu many respects aud it will be > some time before clear titles are given, j and then a fight which has been in pro- • gress in some of the cities over the site j has also delayed matters. CASTORIA j For Infants sad Children. Hi! Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the jry Signature of C jCe&ffieUc&X -jk ~y° a - wiUmßte* Geld, Aluminum or RubbT Piaf. 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. STOVES GOING CHEAP AT MONTGOMERY HARDWARE CO., 406-408 THIRD STREET. Palmo Tablets transform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. They restore the nerves and kidneys to their normal conditions and make you look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 60 cents. Book Free. The S. R. Feil Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. \V. Albers, druggist. ATTORNEYS. Kreutzer, Bird <fc Rosenberry. ATTOHNEYB AT LAW, Wausau, Wie., corner “*■ of Third and JeffeiSoD streets —Heinemann building. Money to loan in large or small amounts. Collection a specialty. BUMP. MARCHETTI & BUMP A ri’ORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW '*■ Udices over Maiathoa County Bank. Tele phone NtS. 178. FRED GENRICH. A TTORNEY AT LAW. Other in First National • *■ Bank Building, Wansau. v - is. H. B t HUNTINGTON. A TTORNEY AT LAW, Office on Third street, opposite the Court Uou:.e. NEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADT FRED GENRICH, District Attorney. BROWN, PRADT & GENRICH. ATTORNEYB AT LAW. Practice in all courts. ri - Offices over First National Bunk. OSCAR L. RINGLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Loans and Collec tjons a Specialty. Office over Haider Bros’ plumbing shop, 303’Washington strdet. PHYSICIANS. DR. G. R. BUGBEE. Office at residence, 526 Jackson Street. Office hours, 2 to 6 p m. . DR. A. L. BROWN. PHYSICIAN AND BCRGEON. Office over 1 Mueller & Quandt’s shoe store. Residence >ver E V. Speer’s jewelry store. Telephot e con nection. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. * DR. JOHN HUND (Dbutscher Arzt) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hours, 1 tol2 am.; 2tosp. m. 306 Jackson ot„ Wausau, Wis. W. A. HAZELTON, M. D. (Successor to F. A. Walters, M. D ) SiURGEON HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and C 5 ElectroTherapeutist. Special attention given to Gymnaecologv, Bright’s Disease, Cancer and X-ray work, office and residence 620 Third St. Office hours 12:30 to 3, and 7 to 8 evenings. ’Phone 18. B. H. CONLIM, Teeth inserted Bridge work * opera block L. M. WILLARD, M. 1 EYE. EAR. NOSE <fc THROAT Office Hours—9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m. "to 8 p. m. Sundays—9 to 11 a. m. A. W. Berch. Osteopath aid Chiropractic. Office at 700 Third St., corner Grant, Lady Attendant Present. MORGAN BROS. Elegant Rigs famished on short notice, biarding by the day or week. Prices the very ownst McClellan St 'Phone 66. PHILIP DEAN, Architect aid SnperiiM, Office in W 28131 WIS McKinley Block, TTOUiflll, nlO. Wi. Bauch, Ttsi Dptiplstergr, Bn|gy Trinner Carriage* Baggie* Sofas Rocker*. Easy Chair*. Etc.. Upholstered. Repaired and Trimmed. Pool and Billiard Tables Repaired m Good as New. P,. n .1. Fitted. Sewed and Latdin aSo per vd£P“o jo, Manser. Special attest! •! t> gives to the fixing an of Office*. Rooms Etc i Foot of Washington St. Fob Salk— House and 10l on Warren j street, at a bargain. Inquire at the ( PlLOToffic*. CHARITY. “Now abideth faith, hope, charity these three, but the greatest of these is charity.” Charity is one of the bright est emblems of character, it is a virtue that can be indulged iu, about your own fireside, among strangers, friends, or foes, it is to a disposition of heart that inclines men to think favorably of their fellow-w and to do what good they, can to mem, “A man must have great impudence to profess himself a Christ ian, and yet. to think himself not obliged to do acts of charity.” There are the deeds of liberality to the poor to benevolent institutions, there are the gifts to create and support many differ ent public enterprises, there are the various works of mercy, good will affection, tenderness, and alms giving, but the cue grer-t virtue out of the many that sinks d* epest within the heart, and whete its sweet memory never dies, is charity, to the uncharitable. We score a greater record, tve conceive a greater reward, and reach a higher step in life by educating our minds to forgive and and forget the uncharitable ways of the world, and insist upon remembering only the beautiful, charitable periods of life. How many wrinkled brows, how many tears, heart aches and foolish cares, could be avoided by this delight ful, luminous glimpse, into such a Heaven on earth. There are many lives that could easily learn a lesson in charity from nature’s brightness, it is a helm that will steady and maintaiu the most embarrassed and those who totter most can find strength and courage in her broad, glorious teachings. There seems no apology for the selfish char acter, yet no ddubt, the selfish and charitable will alike inhabit the world, uutil the end of time. There is more masquerading in life than we are aware of; the carnival goes on daily and we eau but speculate on its outcome. May. REPORT FOR YEAR. At the last meeting of the city council the Supt. of water works made his an nual report, which shows that institu tion to be a paying one to the city. The following shows the receipts and expenditures for the year. RECEIPTS. Regular Water Rates $16,284.86 Additional and Fractional 46.40 Metered Water 152 75 Contracted Water 1,015 53 Buildiug Purposes 175 65 Sprinkling 519 00 Tapping Charges —New Serv.. 352.65 Material Sola 7 50 Total $18,554 33 DISBURSEMENTS. Repairs on Pipe System $ 157 23 Repairs on Hydrants 183 75 Repairs on Pumping Station.... 451 77 Insurance on Boilers, 3 years... 120 00 Refund on Water Tax 23.50 Office Expense 75 80 Annual Settlement with Supt... 25.00 Fuel 1,832 no Tools 3 25. Oil Waste aud Packing L. 208,75 Freight and Drayage 66 21 Cleaning Services 38.25 Salaries of Employees 4.440 00 Total $7,625 51 This leaves a balance of $10,928 82 in favor of the receipts but from this must be subtracted $2.283.18. For the rental of lire hydrants, etc., must be added the sum of $8,095, which makes the earn ings of the system $16,640 64, exclusive of improvements. There are at present a total of twenty-five miles and 584 feet of mains in use. During the year 596,601,123 gallons of water were pumped, or 39,928,118 less than for the year previous. The gain iu water tax over a year ago was $1,310 12. An in ventory shows the system to be worth $204,329.78 and it is paying a profit an nually on the investment. WANTED—SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR acterand good reputation iu each state ione In this county required i to represent and advertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direet each Wednesday from bead office*. Horse and carriage furnished wheu necessary. Refer ences Enclose s-rtf-addressed envelope. Colo nial Cos., 354 Deartioru St.. Chicago. TV Liederkranz masquerade ball he’d Wednesday evening at Columbia had was one of the most successful of any given by that organization. There were about 80 maskers on the floor and th£ crowd of spectators was the largest of any that has attended the society's balls in recent years The following are those who received prizes: Best lady’s costume—Miss Lcdh Mehl, Arabian. “ gent s costume—Aug Benz, ranch man. “ 'ady’s .Laract'f costume—Mrs ’rank Bauer, Marathon City, evening star. i*3j gent's character costume—Frank Gates, Marks the lawyer. “ lady’s comic costume—John I Borchardt, dairy woman. “ gent’s comic costume —Ansel j Smith professor of music. First group prize—Oscar Biuaer. John Ringle. Jr , Val. Ringle, Jakie Hy- | man. Chrc Hindrie aud O. Volkuian, band of Sharpshooters Second group priz*-—Tony Waters, . Emil Lambrecbt. F>l Bdler, (r*-orge Biller and Geo. Hoene, Negro Quin tette. ! The tableaux were very fine, calcium light* being osed to show them off to good advantage. Frank Ritter, who supervised them, deserves credit for their execution. A nice convenient furnished room to rent. Enquire at 415 Fourth St., cor ner 4th and Scott Sts. IdSS-tf) BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Wausau People Receiving the Full Benefit. There have been many cases like the following in Wausau. Every one rei lates the experience of people we kuow. These plain, straightforward statements will do much toward relieving the suffering of thousands. Such testi mony will ’e read with interest by many people. Mrs. James Morrill of 112 South Ist Ave., sa\s: “Several years ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism and after that my kidneys troubled me greatly, with severe spells of backache and I might say I was seldom free front it. It was almost impossible for me to do anything requiring me to bend; too fre quent action of the kidney secretions annoyed me especially at night and in the morning 1 felt as tired as when I went to bed. Procuring Doan’s Kid ney fills at Albers’ drug store and took them, they gave me complete re lief. They are the best remedy i ever used aud I am glad to recommend them to others. Mr. Morrill also used them with beneficial results. In my case their good effects were lasting.” For sale by all dealers. Price 5© cents. Foster—Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—DOAN’S—and take no substitute. It doesn't require ninch knowledge to teach a country school” says an ex change. “All the requirement neces sary for a country school teacher is to be a primary, intermediate and high school teacher combined. She must be able to rustle her own kindling wood, build her own fires, adjust the fallen stove pipes, put ’in window panes that the boys break, mend the broken desks, love the dull, unruly pupils as well as she does the bright obedient scholar, or at least give no evidence of a different condition of affairs. She must be able to drive a horse, spank' the unruly kids, keep out of neighborhood rows, keep on the good side of all the people in the district. She must understand the school laws and must be able to inter pret them to the school board. She must be able to raise money for the library, keep all kinds of records, plaut trees on arbor day, but be of an irreproachable moral character and pass an examination in all the modern education.” —Ex. Mardi Gras—New Orleans. Excursion tickets for this occasion will be sold to New’ Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala,, Feb. 17 to 22, inclusive, good for return to Feb. 28th, at oue fare for the round trip. Final extension until March i4th if desired. flOwl R. Goodrich, Agt. Reduced Rates to North Pacific Coast and California Points. From Feb. 15th to April 30th the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul R’y Cos. will sell second class Colonist tickets tc above points at greatly re duced rates with stop-over privileges enroutc For particulars please call at ticket office. flow 2 R. Goodrich, Agt. Opportunities In the South. No portion of the United States has made greater progress in the last year or two than the South. Northern and foreign capital is rapidly invading that section, tiuding profitable investment in the various industries and fac tories that are being rapidly de veloped and built. The great influx'of settlers is creating an increased demand for lands of all kinds and prices are grad ually advancing, as they will for years to come. Work is plen tiful and poverty practically unknown. Alabama is supply ing coal and iron to all the world. More money can be made and with less labor in the raising of srpall fruits and berries and in truck patching on the Gulf Coast than in auy other state in the Union. Strawberries from Alabama reach northern mar kets before those from the states in the southeast. Cattle cau be raised with great protit, there being millions of acres of cheap range lands. If you are inter ested in the south and its re sources ami desire information on any subject, address G. A. PARK, General Industrial ad Immigration Agent, Louisville & Nashville R. R. LOUISVILLE, KY. FIVE CTS. INVESTED In a Copy of the CUNDAY OENTINEL May Bring You SI,OOO. \ w a coupon is printed in the upper right-hand corner of first page of every copy of The Sunday Sentinel, on which you are to write your name a*:"* address and your estimate of the total number of copies of The Sunday Sentinel print ed during the ten weeks from Dec. 7 to Feb. 8 inclusive, and mail same to Sentinel Com pany. The first prize of SSOO will be given to the person making the nearest correct estimate. A special prize of SSOO will be paid the person making an ex act estimate. There are a to tal of 111 cash prizes. Coupon bears date of issue of paper and must reach Sentinel office not later than FRIDAY of each week. Contest closes Feb. 13. For futherparticu lars see The Sunday Sentinel address Circulation Depart ment. Sentinel Company. Mil waukee. (4-w) TELLS OF THE STATE’S WEALTH Prof. Patzer’s Interesting Lecture on Wisconsin's Geological Condition. “The Industrial Development of Wis consin and Its Relation to the Geology of the State” was the subject of a lecture by Prof. C. E. Patzer at the Twelfth ward school Monday evening. Prof. Patzer showed that the soil brought down by the glaciers formed the basis for the industrial atid agricultural wealth that to the rapid devel opment of the section. “The boulders are a wealth in them selves,” he said, “as they disintegrate and renew the strength of the earth. The of the granite and the ; Potsdam sandstone furnish water power. A geological condition in northern Wisconsin leads to the valu able iron mines, while another condi tion in the southwest causes the rich j lead and zinc deposits. Other condi i tions furnish soil where peas can be : grown free front their insect enemies, j where potatoes thrive abnormally, where tobacco, beans aud cranberries are a source of wealth. The northern part of the state was one of the greatest lumber belts iu the world, and hemlock and spruce forests are offering induce ments for pulp manufacture unknown elsewhere. I predict that in a few year’s pulp mills will supersede lumber mills in this state.” Prof. Patzer illustrated his remarks with maps colored to show the various areas and show where the different mineral and agricultural wealth of the state is located.—Milwaukee Sentinel. CAUTION! This is not a gentle word—btK when you th'nk how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy univers; known and a remedy that has had th largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure a.ul treat ment of Consumption and Throat and. Lung troubles without losiug its great popularity all these years, you will be thankful we call your attention to Boschee’s German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, especially for Consumption, where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup, The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year. Regulai cents. At, all druggists. THE SOUTH BY*T WISCONSIN MAN The Milwaukee Sentinel has arranged to send G. E. Vandercook, staff corre spondent, on an extended trip through the Southern states. He will visit all the principal cities as well as the re mote country districts. Duriug the next two months The Mil waukee Sentinel will print each week several letters from his pen descriptive of the South anti the manners and cus toms of the people. These letters will deal with the race and other political problems, and in fact with every matter of interest pertaining to the South. The Sentinel will make this feature one of interest to every reader, and the correspondence will furnish as compre hensive a picture of the South as has ever been presented to Wisconsin In order that readers may take ad vantage of the opportunity that will be afforded by the Sentinel to come iuto closer touch with their brothers and sisters dwelling sohth of Mason and Dixon’s line, no time chotild be lost iu placing your order for the Daily and Sunday Sentinel with the local news dealers or in sending subscriptions to the Sentinel Company, Milwaukee, Wis. First publication keb. 3rd. last M.rch 17th, 1908 Notice of Sheriff Sale on Execution. State of Wisconsin, in Circnit Court, Shawano Coonty. Cudahy Bros. r o., "1 Plaintiffs, I vs. }■ Wm. Wassman, Defendant. J Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an ex ecution issued nt <>f and nr,der the seal of sat, ci, cuit court, for Shawano county, in the abov entitled action, in which judgment was ren dered on the 23rd day of May, A 0 1902 in a justice court of Shawano county in the above en titled act'on, directed to the undersigned slo rift of Marathon coonty. said judgment having been docketed in the ■ dice of the Clerk of ih< Ciicnit' oort of Marathon county, on the 27ti day of Jone, A. D 1902. I, tv m. R. Ctie lis, sheriff of Marathon t ounty. Wisconsin, shal offer for sale and sell at poblic veodoe to th> highest bidder for cash, at the west door of ■te court house, in the city of Wausau, Warathoi connry, Wisconsin, on the 20th day of March, A D. 1901, at the hour of 2 o’clock io the afternoon of sad day. all the right, title and interest whic< the above named defendant. Wm. Was.mao. had on the 23d day of May, A. D 1902. or has sine, aeqai'ed in and to the f dlowing described rea estate or so much 'hereof as seall be sufficient 1, raise the amount due the plaintiffs for princii-le. iuteief' and costs, including the cosis of sale t< wit . The northeast quarter of the south east quarter (81-J/.) of .Section No. one (1), Towi sh p No. twenty-nine (29), north of Range N, . ten (111-easr. all in M.ra'hon county. Wisconsin. Dated Feb. 2nd. A D. 19 Wm. k | 'hel> is. Sheriff of v|aiathon County, A iscousin Henry Hay, Ptaintiffß Attorney, Antigo, Wisconsin First publication I eh. U, last Feb. 17th. ProtJate Notice. State of Wisconsin, Coonrj Coart for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the |pMh| tern of tne coonty court to be held in and f„reah county, at the cuort house in the city of Wansau io said county *,n the 4th Tuesday, (being t • 24th day) of February. A. D. HUM, at Io o'clock a. m.. the following matter will.be heard ano coi Bidered: The application of John 8 McCnilnogh ft,, i he appointment of John M. 'tcCallough, of th city of Kerikaaoa. eg administrator of the > stat of Deborah K. McCullough, late of the city o Wausau, in said county, deceased. Dated January 30th, A. 19UJ. by order of the court, Henry ‘iicler. County .lodge. First pub.ication Jan. 27th, last Feb. 17tb. Notice of Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin, Coonty Court for Ma rathos County:—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that a> a special Tern of the County Court to be held in and for a>< i County at the curt house in t> e city of Wans*, in said County, oo the 4.h Tuesday, (being th j 24th day) of February, A. D. iW(® at 10 n'cn l, a. m. ti e following matter will be beard an, considered : Tne application of Edwa'd C. figh, admio's trator of the estate of J>. Shoudrean alias A Ki-win-si-no-2 late of the town of Mosinee ii said County, deceased, for the examination a> t allowance of his final acco nt. of his adm 'ni tration and for the assignment of the residue • the estate of Joa 3h m trail alias A-Ki-wiu-si no-2 decease,!, to such other persons as are by law en iti-d to the same. Dated Jan. 20th. 19i 8. By order of the Court, Henry Miller, Coonty Judge. Mcili.ee 4 Rios eb. Attorney* .'or adm lustration. First publication Jan. 20th. last Feb. _4.h. SUMMONS. Circuit Court, Marathon County. Fred Haag Plaintiff. ▼ft* James R. Richardson, Ni. Bert Richardson. Her. 1 o*an ißdyrath, Mrs. Herman Ih brath. i harl- I Sa- io. Mr. charlts Hnchao and L. b I Hooper. Defendants. Th State of W isconsin to <be said defendants You are hereby summoned to t.y pear withir twenty dats after aervirr- f *-ai summon -i-lo ive of the day of eervioe, an ! defend 11 above eutiiied ac'ioo in the ooort *o ssaid; ar < in ce.se "f uar **Jlare so to . o. *i b* rendered agaimw you according to the d* m>. of the corn plaint, of which a copy is herewi' served opoc y. -n KEEVTZEB. BIBD A RnsEBEEBBI, Uaiatiff'* Attorney* P. O. Aiidme, Wausau, *.amhon coon j W MCOOMB Y< are fort her n-ti fieri that b* original cm plaint is eh hie with the cierk of IM above named ooert at Wanams. W isconsin. OF BERLIN, GERMANY. THfc EXPERT SPECIALI(ST and SURGEON Has visited Wausau for the yast SIX YEARS, Once a Month, will ateain be In Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Feb, 24 and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE ONE DAY EVEBY MONTH ONLY. Di TURBIN, Tin Socialist Mo"■><>, ,\\Y TO FULFIL HIS OUBEB * 'i fijl promises in every ALL A}. . '-US RESPECT, AND THE CHEONIO ' • Jv . ' ' tiocTOR has among his OASES. 1 PATRONS SOME OF why ? THE MOST PROMINENT HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION WHO **£ HIS TO THESE CASES. BEST FRIENDS. ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED VfITTNr MPM Ifvou are troubled with * U U i" UT IVI dLi’l nervous dobihty.stupid cess, or are otherwise unfit toil for business or •tody, caused f rora youthful errors or excesses, you should consult this specialist at. once, iton’l delay until too late, MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD A Nlf TWT1 —There are thousands of i'i fxcT IV lit LI you troubled with weak, aching' backs and kidneys and other unmis takable signsof nervous debility. bianydioof this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. Tie most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. AT T hJCP I QTJP ofdeUcatenattire— Ai-iLa aJIOIL/iOIZ/O inflammations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain, or inconvenience. f ATA RRTT which poisons the breath, On I i\ It LlXl stomach and lungs and paves the way for Consumption, also Th- oat. A FftW Pnint* T lt—' The doctor gives hla personal attention to each individual ■ U 1119 • ca=e. 2nd —All business conduct -d on s. professional basis and strictly confidential. 3rd—Names and pictures never published unless requested to do so. 4th—The doctor’s patrons are his friends. a your trout> l cs lf living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond ence and medicine sent iscllrected. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions. DOCTOR TURBIN. 6049 Malison Ave., Chicago, 111. Geo. Ruder Brewing Company, Brewers. Malsters and Bottlers. The Finest Brewery inn All orders for Keg and ; ~ === Bottled Beer will receive in Northern ■. . jjjjj prompt aUcmion . Wisconsin. |}j| Telephone No. 3 W, A, BAERWAUJ Scott Street Grocer, STORE IN PILOT BLOCK. You Will Always Find our Stock Fresh. j ’DUnMT lAO I Coods delivered to any | " C-i \*+£. | p ar t of the city, free. < CHas! H. WEGNER ~ Largest General Store in Wausau GROCERIES, CLOTHING, I LOUR, FEED, PRODUCE, NOTIONS, CROCKERY. A supply 'if Fresh Butter and Eggs and all Farm Produce always on hand. DO HOT BOY A Range, Cooking cr Heating Stove of Any Kind .Until You Examine They Are The Most Durable Convenient and Economical. Eoery One Guaranteed Perfect cull line of HhATERS Full line Of RANGES. GENERAL HAHDAfAR R. BAUMANN, Third Street. ROBBED dQfllN! is what the man or woman s at s w ho has purchased unreliable footwear >f an unreliable merchant. To get i boot or shoe that is wearab e yon hould purchase only of aa o and es tablished firm with a record fer fair deaiing. Such are we. MUELLER b QUANDT, •IS THIRD *T. Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and til coo. ctitatlonal and interna! troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dispepsia, Diarrhea and aildis. eases o' the stomach aud bowels treated farl advance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKINSSWfiR Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Ecxeraa and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. T A TITTJC—Tf you are suffering from pep. ILO sistent Headache,Painful Men. struation. Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, ;.ud feet as if it .vereir, possible for you to endure your 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 hecanrefer you tothose who have been cured by him. Give the doctor a call. He can give all the encouragement in the world ami will cure you if you trust yonr self to his care. 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NEW YOB< : i Good Far® For Silt. | I offer rny farm for sale at a bargain. ■lt contain* 80 acres, and is located j mil* * from Wausau and 1J miles from IS< h >ticld Has a good bouse, barn and joih r nocos*,try building* There are •>) .aci<s impi oted and under euitiva ■ ioif Eiph' acres of *0 are aantly The | bills nee i* heat v •oil well for , gta- raiging There are a numlier of excellent spring* on the farm from w hi£h pure water flows continually. Wi!( sell with the farm all tbe tools needed to operate it. -i.so three cows and other yoooe sf*M-k. Terms will be easijtolbe right person. Thediscrip -11.-.7in: JG'>f Nid Iff T 28, H S. For further information address T. UrM’f.t. Minocqua, Wis.