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E. B. THAYER Editor and Prop.—VOE. XXXVIII.
OLD PEOPLEwQk Do cot always receive the sympathy and attention which^jffi they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely yW imaginary, or natural and unavoidable at their time of yie'? K.s. life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired pratidsire < may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any Wf'* his younger and more vigorous companions. " ' Good Blood is tho secret of healthy old ago, for it regulates and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm; but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pcb s become almost constant:, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities. S- S. S. S. being purely vegetable, is the safest and best blood purifier for old people. It does not shock XjJ KOj hut gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is any heredi tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S. will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system. Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood and skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta. Ga. SPRING~ MEDICINES. lin to tone up tlie system and get ready for the hurry and hustle of Spring. Nothing better for the purpose than a Lottie or two of OUR SASAPARILLA_-a* it s really wonderful how it rejuvenates the system that feels ‘'run down” and ‘ out of sorts,” after the inactivity of the winter months. It sells foe SI.OO per bottle—it’s worth a oreal deal more. Ths Frost-Philbrick Drug Cos. The Economical Drug Store . —Next to Post Offica. Cures all foot ailments. Made in all up-to-date styles, like V walking on velvet. SOLD ONLY BY MAYER, Exclusive Agent. The Shoe Man Largest exclusive Shoe House in the Northwest 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. Soaps that clean 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. DON’T IE FOOLED Advertisments having appeared in various publications ft herein Sears. Roebuck & Co.,offer Wheeler & Wilton sewing machines, we wish to warn the public that they are not our author ized agents and that we do not sell our machines to *’"int nor any other cata logue house or department store. Their advertisments are not for the purpose of promoting the sale of our machines. They are using our reputa tion as makers of the highest grade ma chines only, in order to get the names of possible buyers and persuade them to purchase one of their cheap STENCILED MACHINES, the manufacturers of which they are, evidently, ashamed to make public. If you want a genuine Wheeler & Wilson machine, do not waste your time writing to anyone who is unable to fur nish it. The genuine Wheeler & Wil ton machine, made by us and backed by our warranty, is for sale by our author ized dealers only. When you buy a Wheeler & Wilson, you get a machine that is a machine, backed by a reputation of 50 years’ unparalleled success. Iheelsr i Wilscn Jlfg. Cos.. For Sale by JAMES M CSIC CO Wausau, Wis. Leave orders at A. W. Murara’s for Griesel & Zimmer. All papering promptly attended to. The work of putting in anew ceiling in the circuit court room of the court house was commenced on Wednesday by II L. Munirn. According to con tract the work will be completed by or before July Ist. At the last meeting of the Ripon council a resolution passed a year ago accepting SIO,OOO of Carnegie’s money for library purposes, was repealed by a vote of five to three This also releases two citizens of a pledge of $6,000. but will have no effect on the mandamus proceedings brought by the oily against the library board, which purchased a site f>>r the library for which it asked the city to pay. In switching Wednesday near ttic city pumping station several cars of a bt Paul train jumped the track and one of them tipped over. Frank Mc- Cann, yard master, was standing on top of the ear that was overturned and, to save himself, jumped to the ground, landing on his feet with such force that a bone in the instep of one of bis feet was broken. Aug. Borchnrdt, em ployed in loading cars for the Good wills Cos , was in the car at the time and suffered a serious shaking up and several bruises about the head. Upon complaint of R. E. Rietz, Rich ard J a wort was brought before Justice J. A. Jones Thursday, to whom he paid a tine of $5 together with $4 costs for an assault upon Mr. Rietz’ wife, Augusta. The latter conducts a millinery store in the Jawort building and Mr. Juwort desired to remove some curtains from the show window. Mrs. Rietz did not object to the removal of the curtains, but did object to the “mussing up” of her show window. Jawort pushed her to one side and got his curtains, with the result that a complaint was filed against him. , (’has. Kuehl was sentenced Tuesday afternoon last in Justice Clark’s court to pay a line of S2O, together with costs amounting to $lB 50, for alleged depre dations committed on the land of Chas Basse hI, situated on Ninth Ave. The land passed from the possession <>f Kuehl to John Martin, now deceased, and thence to Mr Passe hi On the lots were five fruit trees and it is alleged, that Kuehl f.r pure meatless dug up and chopped down the trees. After the passing of sentence the defendant’s attorney took an appeal to circuit court Have your watches and clocks re paired by Otto Mueller, jeweler, corner Third and Washington streets. All work guaranteed. At a recent meeting of the town board of Weston it was decided to be gin work macadamizing on the Scho field road where work was stopped last i fall ami complete the road to the bridge. | T<* cover part of the expense the sum of SSOO was appropriated and as under | the present taw the county i** obliged to j given like amount, it i- thought the | sum of #!,0*l0 w ill he sufficient to do the j work lite hill below the Means farm is in very bad shape and this, too, will i be repaired. The planking is worn out | and It is considered that macadam | would be cheaper than rcplanki: g it. j though some art* in doubt as to the wis- j dont of this, the latter people baring that heavy rains will wash away the i top layer of crushed rock. West Superior has adopted anew plan that will raise the wages of it> school teachers Experience and grad** | of work will be considered as a basis in determining the wages and each yearji > teat her’s salary will be.increased $2 50 p>er month, the maximum of $65 being | made for kindergarten, first and eighth j grades, whiles7o has been established for the other grades. After the first , year it is expected that the maximum of j each of these divisions will be raised $5 j or more Though the method is au ex periment it is expected to work to the j satisfaction of the teacher and < hool board alike It will discriminate iu favor of the teacher of superior cap abilities aud thus have a tendency to raise the standard. Uu at Orandon they have had a little tts ■ of Kentucky raised, all-rout and thoroughbreds. There was qni'e a c >lony came to C’randon from Ken tucky some time ago, among them Fa rice Duff and wife There was also :i \<>twg anti f.iir-fVHI widow in \n& crowd whose charms won Farice from his w ife’s side, until the green eyed monster, jealousy, t<ok possession of her very sout. then she to**k her trusty i revolver ami went hunting after her (liege lord She stationed herself on what she supposed was his usual run way and sun* enough, be s.xvn emerged from the widow's home but he did nnt g* far before h : s wife sent a bullet through his body, from the effects of which ne died the next day. Mr. and Mrs D tT and the widow were each '.’3 i years of age. OASTORZA. JF.'t USA uMbPILOT. A SMOOTH FARMER. Sheriff Chellis drove out to Pike Lake Friday aud arrested Gustav Baranow ski, a farmer living on the bank of that lake, about four miles north of Bevent village. The arrest was made on the charge of forgery, and it is a case that the officers h tve been working cn for a long time. The piece of work charged to Baranowski, and to which he ad mitted being the author of, is one of the smoothest forgeries ever committed in this couuty, and the details are practi cally ns follows: In the year 1900, Baranow k was hard up and badly in need of money to cover tiis indebtedness. He. set his wits to work to devolve a scheme whereby he might be rt i-ved from his financial dis tre-s. He had I eld several offices in his town and was somewhat familiar with the workings of town government and krtowing of the law whereby town electors may hold a meeting aud author ize their clerk to secure a loan from the trust fund of the state t o to exceed live per cent, of the district valuation, for the building of school houses, he thoughtth.it a pretty good scheme fi work on He sat. down and wrote the proceedi■ g- if an imaginery meeting, dieged t > have been held tu the dis trier a ! j lining his own, the minutes of which ;1' set in type would fill two columns of this paper. Everything in them appeared correct and these he S'*nt to Madbon, with the request foi the necessary application blanks. The blanks were sent him and these he filled out giving the assessed valuation of the district and all information required, forging the names of the school board, for which he signed his own name as treasurer and the names of two other parlies as clerk and chairman. With these blanks he also forwarded to Madi son a forged note to protect the stite and secure the loan. In due time he received a draft, to which he forged the signature of his son, Joseph, as assist ant treasurer, an office he created in his mind. The boy was then about fourteen years of age, and living some where iu Michigan, and an innocent party to the transaction. Baranowski claims to have taken the draft to Wit tenberg t<> secure payment, but there hud pointed out to him an error in the draft. Perforated in the corner was • $360” while written ou the face of it wa> “Three and sixty one-hundredths dollars.” The bank would not pay the money, and later he took the. draft to Stevens Point. He claims to have there met Lotus Woesner, who was later shot .tad killed by “Sheeny” Green, and showing hint the draft, and pointing out the mistake, Woesner, he claims, off red to secure the money for him if ;i* would leave it in his care. His pre sumption is that Woesner altered the writing ori the draft and made it read “Three hundred and sixty dollars,” in ict that is the way the paper now reads. After Y\ oesffer had secured the money he claims a “divy” was made, and with the share he. received he paid a number of small debts he was owing. He thought to cover up his crooked ness hy being elected town clerk the next year, ami by some “hocus pocus” with the assessment he could in time cover up all traces of the forgery. But in this he failed. Later the electors of the town wished to build a school, house to replace one that had been destroyed by fire. Several hundred dollars were in tlie treasury and sereral hundred more had been'collected in insurance, but this tlti y deemed not sufficient for the purposes needed. They therefore made application for and received a loan front the state of S4OO. The next year's assessment roll showed that two loans were charged against the district, aud it was then that “0 investigation was made Examirdktoii of the rec ords at Madison brought forth the minutes and application of Baranowski but the din t r> were not yet ready to make tin at rest and they have since been gathering evidence which they are confident will convict the man. To anyone who has had any experi ence in filling out the papers and going through the formality required iu get ting such loans from tiie state, it is known that a man must use his head, and absolute accurateness is required in every detail, yet this man of practi cally no educatio t carried out the work unassisu and, and made no errors of any kind, except in breaking the law. He was under the impression that the most serious charge ite could be mja ished for, if punished at all, would be. for obtaining money under false pre tenses, and that Woesuer alone was gtiiity■ offorgery. It is the opiniou of some th t B tranowski’s story of his relations with Woesner are a myth, and as Woesm ris dead, it will be hard to di'putc him To the sheriff, the dis trict attorney, the assistant attorney g a e vil Frank Tucker and the superin tendent of schools the prisoner told the story substantially as here set forth. When brought into court Saturday morning, his attorney stated that Bara nowski desired to waive examination and the judge, bound him over to cir cuit court, fixing Itis bail at $1 00J which so far he has been unable t*> furnish A few years ago an officer of the town of Pike Lake was arrested for ( rooked dealings in connection with forged town orders. At that time Bara nowski was town clerk and would naturally discover forgeries of this nat ure immediately, yet they were carried it for some tone. Then* never was • nough evidence secured to warrant ; r >secuti(ig he official and so the mat t( r was dropped B aranowski resigned or tx S' removed from office and the man appointed to till his place found s eh irt guUnities m the town's hooks that shortly after, he stepped out of oflme rtther than he mixed up in tire affair. The man is apparantly about 65years of ag**, rrei if convicteu of the crime with which he is now charged will tin ,>ub:ed y spend the latter days of his life in prison, for there are four counts charged in the information. Half Rates to New Orleans La, Yi t the North-Western line. Excur sion tickets will he sold at one fare fbr und trip May 1.2.3 and 4, limited fu- return t>v special extension until \! ; tv 30, inclusive, on account of An nual Meeti g American Medical As - eia ion. Apply to agents Chicago & North-West rn . ;2$ ICE. ICE. P. B. MEANS, 14 McCle lan St . will deliver Ice to private families dur ing the season of 1903 at the following prices: For season, each day, $7 00 For season, 4 times a eek, 600 IVr month, every day, 1.50 Per month, 4 times a wee};. 1.25 The above Includes cleaning and put ting same in refrigerator. The above prices will be reduced II 00 if ice is not cleaned, etc. LEAVE ORDERS AT I 114 MCCLELLAN STREET. WAdSAVJ, WIS., TIiESPAY, APRIL 28, 3903. WINNINGER BROS.’ CO. WinnTnger Bros, troupe has arrived here and Monday the work of rehears als began which will continue for two ; weeks when the company will open the season at Tomahawk on May 11th and will play in this city at the opera house ifr one week beginning May 22d. The | line of plays in the repertoire are as j follows: “Grip of Steel,” “Indiana Folks,” “Normandy Chimes.” “Heart of the Sierras,” “Two Friends,” “Jim A. XV. ELLIS. the Westerner,” “Resurrection ” “ The Waif of Luray,” and others. The troupe comprises eighteen people in cluding Edwin Young, A. W. Ellis, Helen Castle, Lena UeLaigle, Stella Wimmer and Burt L. King. BELLIS IMPROVEMENTS, The improvements we mentioned some time ago that ate to be made in the Beilis hotel, were commenced last week, under the supervision of Jos, Hildensperger, who has the contract. The ladies’ entrance is the first to re ceive attention, and judging from the work that has already been done, this will be a model of neatness and ele gance. The wainscoting is of highly polished antique oak, and workmen are now laying a mosaic pattern of tile floor, the octagon pieces being of many colors and not larger than a half dollar coin. The ladies' parlor, which will be located to the north of this, in that part of the house now occupied as sample rooms, will next receive attention, and the walls to the rt ar of the clerk’s desk have been torn out to make room for the extension of lobby and stairway. The changes contemplated in the old building will in all probability be made first, so as to interfere as little as possi ble with the accommodations of the hotel after which the work on the new building or addition will be begun. It is quite likely that the work of altera tions and building will not be com pleted before fall, but when this is done Wausau will possess a hotel that its citizens can point to with pride. By the changes thus to be made aceomn o dations will be afforded a great many more transients —something that has been sorely needed in Wausau for many years. In fact affairs were in such a state that something had to be done The opportunities were rfiost favorable and the time ripe for the building of a new hotel in Wausau, and a year ago a movement was on foot for the con struction of such a building, but it was “called off” by the announcement of the enlargement of the Beilis. At pres ent traveling men often find difficulty in securing a room, aud the only way to ensure themselves of accommoda tions is to telegraph or write for a room a few days in advance of their coming— a plan which many have adopted. When a large theatrical troupe or other organization comes to town the man ager often finds it next to impossible to secure rooms. It was but a week ago when one of these troupes arrived in town in the middle of the night and its members spent the balance of the night in walking about in search of a lodging place. Sousa’s band had to leave town and go to Portage because the hotels were crowded, and we might enumer ate many other instances of complaints. It is booed the additional rooms to he furnish u hy the Beilis improvements will eliminate or at least mitigate the difficulty mentioned. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. EDGAR. Miss Tubbs spent Saturdry in Wau sau. Spring seems to be unusually shy this year. L. I). Goldberg went to Marshfield on business Thursday. Mr. Wm V\ hitney is visiting iu Mil waukee this week. W. 11 Bissell, of Wausau, spent Sat urday in the village. C VV. Young, the genial station agent, has been given a helper a* the station. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Puehner went to Wausau Friday evening to see the Strollers. Mr. Small’s daughter and her hus band, of Antigo, have been visiting with him this week. C. C. Barrett, the Edgar real estate man, has been suffering from au attack of the grippe this week. Bert Best who has been at the Italian mill for the Wausau Lumber Cos., is now working at the yard here. Mesdantes J. p Briggs and G. I) Jones, of Wausau, visited with Mrs L A. Drown on Thursday of this week. Miss Grace Bock, who has been teach-; ing school in the town of Cassell, fin ished her year and left for her home in Wausau Friday afternoon. W. A. Ladwig. M 1). and G. W. Dudley and Frank Bissell and Misses Fair and Decker went to Wausau to take in the Strollers. Mrs. Herman Frenzel aud family left Monuaj for Wausau to join Mr. Frenzel who is working there. They will re side there in the future Their many friends will be sorry to have them leave ns. Yon Ogden Vogt, of Beloit, recently elected secretary of the national organ ization of the Y* P S. C E., visited bis friend. G W. Dudley. Thursday of this week and gave a talk in the chapel on Thursday evening which was very much enjoyed. NOTICE TO PROPERTY HOLDERS. An order from the Health Department |to the Chief of Police instructs him to have all the offal and rubbish scattered j along the alleys and stored between the I stables, sheds's ad oot-houses bordering ! the alleys, removed by the city teams, | the expense to be charged against the ■ property from which such offal and rubbish is taken. This order goes into effect May 10th. and also applies to all manure piles found in the alleys after May 15th- Sigaed. D. Saeekkeriso. Health Commissioner. COUNCIL MFETSNG. An adjourned meeting of the city council was held Tuesday evening last, Chas. Burke, president, presiding. The appointmeut of J. A. Jones as justice of the peace, vice Henry Gross, who failed to qualify after his election in 1891, was confirmed. As members of tbe library board the appointment of Messrs. H G. Flieth, E. B. Thayer and Jos. Ripczinski vice VV. C Silverthorn, R. H. Johnson aud G. D. Jones, whose terms have expired, ft a< confirmed. Refusal was made in the petition for ( sewer on Kickbusch street. Salaries were fixed as follows for city officers for the coining year except for I those in the water department, they to fie determined at the regular May meet | '"&■ Per Year City clerk SI,OOO City engineer 1,200 < ity comptroller 900 City treasurer 900 ity attorney 600 City physician 125 ''upt. of poor 450 Members hoard of public works... 3-00 H**alth commissioner 150 >npt nf waterworks 800 Chief Eng. pumping station 1,000 Asst. “ “ “ 720 Vldermeu 5u Per Month liief tire department $65 00 Asst, chief tire d< p irtnient 55 00 t ruck and hosemeu 50.00 Cal! men 10.00 Call engineer 10 00 Electrician 50 (><> Chief of police 75 00 Police captain 52 50 Patrolmen 50 00 Janitor 30.00 City ttipper 60 00 Per Day Board of review (while in session).,s3.oo Assessors (actual work) 3 00 Street commissioner (actual work).. 2 00 Labor on streets and u ater works.. 1.50 Labor, cleaning streets 1.25 By unanimous vote the clerk was ‘in structed to cast the ballot of tbe council for the re-election of the present elect ive officers, whose terms had expired. Fred Sell was elected street commis sioner to serve from May Ist to Novem ber Ist. After a great deal of discussion the matter of taking action in forcing the opening of Kickbusch street across the right of way of the St. Paul R’y. Cos was deferred until the next meeting. At that time it is expected that a repre sentative of the railway company will be present. The vexatious question of straighten ing out the report of the spec at com mittee that had been appointed to in vestigate the affairs of the last adminis tration was again taken up. After an almost endless discussion, during which time several motions were made but not put to the house, it was finally voted to accept as a report the report of the expert to the, committee the sub stance of which is that the accounts of the bills allowed and paid in the differ ent departments of the city government for the years 1901-2 are correct. Thus a long controversy is settled. The board of public works asked that a conveyance be provided for its use, I inasmuch tts the work in moving about the city on foot is slow. Aldermen, | Schmidt, Gen rich and Steltz were de ! tailed to ascertain conditions and re j port to the council. sl9 to Boston and Return, sl9 with membership fee of $2 00 added, account of annual meeting of Nation al Educational Association. Tickets w’ill be on sale via the Nickle Plate Road July 2nd o sth, inclusive, good returning from July Bth to 12th, inclu sive, without being deposited with joint Agent. Additional limit to return not later than September Ist can be ob tained by depositing return portion of ticket with Joint Agent and payment of 50c. for execution. Superior train service and excellent diuiug-car meals, on American club Plan, ranging in price from 35c. to $1 00; also ala carte service. Write John Y. Calahan, Gen eral Agent 113 Adams St., room 298, Chicago, for time of departure of trains from Chicago and other detailed in formation. Homeseekers’ Excursions to the Northwest, West, and Southwest, and Colonist Low Rates West, Via the North-Western Line. Fix cursion Tickets at greatly reduced rates are on sale to the territory indi cated above. Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars, F'ree Reclining Chair Cars and “The Best of Everything.” For full particulars apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R’y. a25 THE DOCTORS ARE COMING THREE Months’ Treatment “TREE™ The Doctors of St. Luke’s Hospital have, at the request of a number of patients under I their treatment in this county, i established a branch otiice in Itliis city, at the Hotel Northern, jand will be here April 2p 3O. All invalids who call on the first visit will receive 3 months Treatment Absolutely Free of Charge, including consultation, examin ation, advice and all minor sur gical operations (medicine ex cepted.) No one too poor to see the doctors. Chronic Diseases, Private Diseases, Discharging Ears. Deafness, Sore Eyes, Skin Diseases, Deformities of evety kind. DO NOT FORGET THE DATE. !At One V Half the Cost I Lion fisHes I Fns better strength and t flavor than many soKatll- j ed “fancy” brands. ft Bdk coffee at the fame *t price is n t to be com- | partd with Lion in quality. L In 7 lb. afr tight, seeded packajcr. I __ TRIANGULAR FIELD MEET. The triangular field meet to be held next Saturday, May 2nd, between Grand Rapids, Stevens Point and Wausau, seems to give more and more promise of being of unusual interest as each successive day brings us nearer to the appointed time. Every little while new point wiuuers seems to spring up ou each side and thus increasing antagon ism The teams are very evenly matched, all having trained energetically and with enthusiasm ever siuee the dis appearance of the ano .v. Grand Rapids is remembered front last year as having th“ three following good point winners: Brennan, who is entered in weights und dashes; Wood in quarter mile aud jumps and Crawford in hurdles. Our own school possesses several very good men. Boelter and Speer are entered in tho weights aud are doing excellent work; Veile and Burek in distance runs;Silverthorn and Benson in dashes; Williams and Wilson in quarter; Spring and Mitintu in hurdles and Sexmith and OBrieu in h <rh jump. This is the first triangu’ar meet eve* - held in our city, and the boys, realizing that their expenses are going to be unusually heavy, are wondering whether they can be met. As this is simply an experiment from a financial point of view, if they are not successful in selling enough tickets it will un doubtedly never Ite tried again. They therefore look forward to the people for their support and co-operation in advertising. If one of the boys taps you on the shoulder aud asks you to buy a ticket just buy one or more with a beaming smile and show that you are interested in their general welfare. The prices are 25 cents for adults and 15‘cents for children and till students of Business college, university, training, agricultural and public schools. * PAINTING &. DECORATING if you want your work attended to promptly call on Griesel & Zimmer ’Phone 540, or leave orders at A. W. Mutnm’s store. TAX DELINQUENTS. Since all town, city and village treas urers of the county have made their re turns to the county treasurer the fol lowing facts tire obtainable : The town which has the greatest tax delinquency is .Pike Lake with $556 10 while the smallest is Rib F'alls which only has sls 84. Of the villages and cities Wau sau has the greatest amount, $3,099.15 while Mosinee’s delinquency is only $1.70. The total for the whole county is $9,527.37. This compares favorably with last 3’ear when the total was $12,974.06 The taxes turned in as de linquent is each year growing less as the county is being settled up and in but a few years we can make as good a showing in this respect as the older counties of the state. While the state of affairs existing in the town of Pike, Lake is attributed to the fact that horse traders have secured nearly all tbe jhe longings of a great many farmers of that town so they are unable to pay taxes, yet a great part of the county’s delinquent taxes are due to the fact that foreign investors have purchased what they supposed were rich timber lands and later finding their mistake have let the taxes on them lapse. CHANGE OF BASE. George Morisette has been very busy of late makiug a change of the Alex ander Stewart Lumber company’s camps and outfit front Cassel to a point on the Bradley R R , in town 34 range 7, about eleven miles from Toma h.-tftk. The company has, —the camp being under tbe management of Mr. Morisette—cut in the neighborhood of Cassel, 75,000,000 feet of timber, all of which has been hauled t Wausau by rail, during the past five years. There about 18,000,000 feet of timber in the vicinity of where the camps will now be located, ail of which will be cut and shipped to the Stewart mill in Wausau. 7,000,000 feet of the timber will be cut this season. The Nickle Plate Road, is the short line to the East and the ser vice equal to the best. You will save time and ntonyy by traveling over this iiue. It has three through daily ex press trains, with through vestibuled sleeping-cars, and American Club Meats, ranging in price from 35c., to SI.OO, arc served in Nickel Plate dining cars, also ala carte service. Try a trip over the Nickel Plate Road and you will find the service equal to any be tween Chicago and the East. Chicago depot; Harrison St. and Fifth Ave., city ticket offices 111 Adams St., and Auditorium Annex, John Y. Calahan, General-Agent, li3 Adams St., Room 29, Chicago. In all departments of the city schools preparations are being made for Arbor day exercises for oext Friday. At some trees will be planted and ontfcegrouods surrounding, and a program of music, reading and speaking will foliov, of a character conducive of instilling in Ibe minds of the students a spirit of con sideration for birds and trees, their protection and study. A bill has (e**n passed by the legisla ture giving cities the right to enforce railroad companies to creel gates at its crossings. This is a bill long needed, for while cities k-Ve often made a legal blaff at these corporations to compel them to put up gates, the municipality uever had the proper backing, and it has been optional with the companies whether they did so or not. Franz Schneider, appointed truant officer a short time ago. has his hands full these days in running down urchins .. ■ -nt • • ' - front si.hoe; 1n - hi e cas< - :he p treats entet " objec tions to bis interference and one man [last week whd “kicked” vigorously against Mr Schw ,” n was ’ n ‘ * : court for tbe position he had taken when be said that be could scud his - The information fixs caused him sine*’ j to send them to school. We buy wall paper in quantities di rect from the factories at lowest possi - ble prices and give you tbe benefit. Mimx'B, Book & Wall Paper Store No. 22—TERMS, $1.60 per Annum. Henry B, Huntington, Law, Real Estate and Fire Insurance. Third St., Opp, Court House, Wausau, Wis. Over 11,000 Acres of Fine Farming and Hardwood Lands for Sale in Marathon, Lincoln and Taylor Counties, Wis. The lauds described below are among the choicest and are located in Marathon County. Fine Residence Property, Business Property Building Lots, and Acre Property for sale in the city. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. FOR SALE—hc 1 , rf nw',4 and ebj of s't'i, section X, town '.’B. range 8, and nLj of w’ 4 section 8. town -H, rang- 8. and f *wl 4 . uectioi. 1 t. wn 29 range 7. and of santi "1 ►e •tlnn 8t town'-9 rang’ 10 nd n' , r**ti<>i\ 8, town 80, ran** 7. at.d of si ’ 4 seotiou -6 town 80 rangp 7 and • of n>-! 4 section -'..S, town Ho, ranu 7, aud n’s of nwV, section 86, town 80. range 7. and s} 4 of g. socio t town 80, range 8, Mint n? 2of w|, and fa* ’i. seetion 10. town 80, rang 8-i and ' 4 ? mv' , and sw’ 4 • f bc' 4 . section 2. town SO. range 8. and ne l 4 of nwV 4 . section 18 town 8 . rut s. iimi 1 ,,f n. > 4 -pciion 1 \ town 80 range 8 and >.£ n f n V 4 section 28, town 80 range 8 aiid t.' .o nw* 4 a-ctiou 24 town 80 ranee 8. and •)% of ne' 4 , section 16, town 80, range 9a(ls. > , section 18 >n|. 80 range 9 and w 1 ,of r. '. 4 see'lon 19, town 80. range 9, and *H of ►'i section 20. town 80 range 9 and }■s <• ne‘ 4 •nd*• k 4 section 21, town 80, range 9, and ne*4 of i acd.w’a of t.w 1 ., and .}4 of swl*. aecti n 22, town 80, range 9, and section 21, town SO, rana* !• te! w 1 ( f tie 1 jhi and ew 1 ., section 28. own 80. range 9 and ejf of ne\ and se^ 4 . section 88 town 80. rnr. 9 an-* -w' 4 . •<ti > to. *o„ r Vf>. r-e> 10 an £ ■P— 4-r.„r. -onl -.a.-..:-*, | i- /w rmmr \ .. • — r. — n ——.. — n — * ——n —. S sj £ ' i I t J Bloc, ; / 8 • I [/ ! i 1 J jP ; < 1}■ I j I 1 1 ! * ruLro* *r.*r<rr r , i — r. — c ——* — xr — c —— v — J I 1/ ! I , • > f * * ; $ l-l- ; l l i /* rt fo s r r \ Ii ;; r , > ,L., i. *.l—l | * > fc Srrrt rr-z I ! i * ‘• 3 . *■ * * j I Zli_ ITT ■l.I ‘ —(jj ; j | . —JcWe-j t- Ii- Lfc n i - f S' trmeer **> . *£> * * nr*n--W k 7 r -.1 —* ——= —ill ——i w— ■ - •—m 7-* i $.. l -•** si * _bloc< + 8 J j y h A'' L' |-' :i ,!;? 15 5 v*l PS (S3 iOS S2£ Mmm jli- i —\ (2 M s * * - 1 , at Q it H _ x^s ouaior* I V* i “ it % ? •? H — 1 i For prices and terms, or any information relating to the abovedescribed lots or lauds, apply at my office, II euryß. Huntington. WHY IS IT? You find all the leading PHYSICIANS’ PRE SCRIPTIONS on file in our store? FI RST Because the DOCTORS know it is perfectly safe U> have them filled here. (confidence) SECOND —'They appreciate the fact. We use only Squlbb's, Merck's and Parke Davis A (Fi BiTY) Co's Drugs, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals which are recognized the world over for their purity, strength and uniformity. THIRD — Thttt tlie Prescription is always tilled exactly as written, and never substituted. (hemability) FOURTH —Our system of filling prescriptions is very complete nnd accurate; never filled (accuracy) by apprentices, but only thoroughly experienced Registered Pharmacists. FIFTH —The scale of charging Fair and Reasonable. Wc make a margin on everything (price; we Bt> hi 6 small uuiform per cent. WE LIVE UP TO AND NOT U°ON OUR REPUTATION AT THE Pardee Drug Store, (THE YELLOW FRONT.) HoUse Cleaning Tiine. At this season it is to your interest to call on the Esch Furniture Company and inspect the line of Carpets, Draperies, Lace Curtains, etc., with assurances that you can Save Money in every department, on all articles, including Tables, Chairs and Rockers. Special Sale —Los/ Prices. Satisfaction —Ecoijoifiy. 618-THIRD STREET-620. talers Me, 0., u. a r.T.T. railway. Chicago Milwaukeean.! St. Panl Bail way paa *enget ira’oa iare Vi ana), a a* follow*: JiOKTH. Daily, except Sunday* 9:2fia. m Dally ———— 7 :02p. m, Sanday*—™—. -12:45p. m. Accommodation —.— ... IJ :io a. m. SOCTH. >aiiy... — —... —— —7:55 p. m. Daiiy. <-xo-pv 3t.nday — 11:14 a. m. Close coanoction* are mad* with 11:15 a. in. rain for nil point* in Southern Wisconsin and Sort hero Illinois. Throng:, ticket* on sale and baggage cheeked to dnstinaLion. B. Goodrich , Agent. CHTCAOt- Ays soaxHWKSTsaa railway. Lest* Arrite Wattsao Wacaaa 1 2:45 a. m. 1:29a.m. Oshkosh, Fond dn Li&. l 7:25 a.m. S-.10a.m Miiwaakss and Chicago, j 12;> p. m. 12.tXp.ic. I H:\Sp. m- IQ:V) p.. tntigo.Bhl~i.Kler. I*S2“£* Ifull 1 1:29 a.m. 2:45a. m Mamhf.sld Rt. Petti, ’ 10:W)a.m Sf iiuiaapoli* and west ' 13:04 p. m. 4• 16 p.nt J 19-.IC p. m. lO^Op.m. Parlor ear oa day trains. Trtia leering 11 :J5 p, an. has sleeper for Milwaukee tad Chicago. Train ieariett at 1:29 a. m. has sleeper and re spiting crjur oar .or St- Panl a*d Minneapolis Tickets sold and baggage cheeked to all impor tant points in the Lniued States. Canada ami Mexico. D. McNacohtoh Agent. PHILIP DEAN, Arcbitect and Snusrintendent SckX Block. wam.TiL a-", \ Every Woman -of \ uintrteur:l and know i \ i al-iot tlss wonderfal V T 5 \ WARVtL Whirling Spray V(V NSfc ,1 Toet*w'>•• Sr rw*- /*jn 't Wjpa. /a G -L !,-■* *<! 'u-'lfeS aaf* '• '-ev* _ rt Most Conreoient. W. It Clauut iMAAegf. tili.Mrt.wr,:*-'*. ' /ffiL. If *m..t sopt-iy the /CTf >5 . MM* Kl.. el-< no . w *—£**- ot.er. i fori! \. # I:n>lr: : !•- A -SH.Ii ir.trf* ' / 'W bnMl*ireti*nl*- C. f W ■ IW4KSM. ~ -/ M L...01U Tint** Udg.. tew fork. For sale bj The Frost-Phi I brick Drag Company, next to post office. H*lf-Rates to New Or lean \ la.. Via the North-Western tickets will be told at one fare for round trip April 11. l‘.l and IS, limited for return by special extension until April 30, inclusive, on account of Ansual Convention National N anufacturem’Association. Apply t aitents (..bicago & North-Western Ky,