News: The Clark
Republican and Press 8-11-1887
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 8-11-1887
Dr. Morley is up with the times. He is ready to attend calls night as well as day, and keeps a messenger in his office all night to attend to such calls.
W. S. Coburn came home last Friday from Benson, Minn., having been summoned home to be introduced to his bran new daughter born on Wednesday of last week.
Miss Amelia Condit departed last Monday morning for Warner, Brown county, Dakota, where she will spend several months as guest of Mrs. Green, a former Neillsville resident.
Mrs. Solon Darling, of Pine Valley, is receiving a visit from her aunt Mrs. J. R> Fletcher, of Los Angeles, California, and also from her mother, Mrs. J. B. Rosco, who resides at West Bend.
Jim McClenahan, the popular clerk of the O’Neill House, is taking his vacation hunting panthers up in York. In the meantime Paulus stands behind the counter with all the dignity and affability of a first-class hotel clerk.
Mr. E. H. Markey came down from St. Paul last Thursday, and returned Saturday. He is slowly improving inhealth, and we hope to chronicle, ere long, his entire recovery. Ed. Is too good a man to be on the sick list long.
It was a bad night for dams last Monday night. The Sheriff dam-d till all was blue over the escape of a d—d prisoner; the electric lights on the streets went out and that caused many a d-m from pedestrians; the dam at the water works got a hole in its bottom and in the morning there was no water by a dam site, and that led to more d—ms from every side.
Carl Stange is noted for his politeness and his scholarly attainments. He is a thorough master of the English and German languages, but not content with these, we understand he has taken up the study of French, and as he is an apt scholar, will undoubtedly be successful there. For that reason there is no necessity of dumping a whole printing office under his window.
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