I finally found the 1895 Wisconsin census for my great grandfather, Paul Richard Junghans.
This census does not contain the names of the individuals living in the household, so it's limited in the information it provides.
It does indicate there were 3 males and 2 females in the household, as well as 3 US native born and 2 German born residents.
The 3 males would have been:
Paul Richard Junghans, sons William and Carl
I only know of the one female, Paul's wife Wilhelminia.
The 2 German born citizens would have been Paul and Wilhelminia.
2 of the 3 US born residents would have been William and Carl.
I have no idea who may have been the 2nd female in the household, possibly a relative or a servant.