News: The Clark Republican and Press 3-21-1895
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 3-21-1895
Miss Fosbinder, accompanied by a sister, arrived in the city yesterday from Mauston.
Will Wells returned home from Madison yesterday, where he has been attending the dairy school.
Mary Wanger, who has been here on a visit to Peter Johnson’s family, returned to her home in Black River Falls yester.
E. E. Crocker, the assignee of W. A. Pounder, will sell at auction in the town of Eaton the property of the assignor, on the 23rd.
Mrs. H. M. Withee was called to Marshfield yesterday on account of the sever illness of her little grand child, Mrs. Henry Wrist’s baby.
William Hart, who has been tending bar for Billy Marshall for some time, has thrown up his job and on Tuesday morning went to Green Bay.
Lillie Canfield returned home from New York state last week, where she has been visiting for some time. Saturday she visited friends in this city.
A. O. Soule the genial traveling sales man and agent for the Mc Cormick Harvestor Co. has moved from Plover to this city and is now a Neillsvilleite.
Miss Alice Brown will organize a kindergarten to commence Monday April 1st. Parents who wish to send their children will plase call on Miss Brown for particulars.
Henry Miller of Longwood, and Hattie Carpenter of Thorp, were married Sunday evening, at Withee, by W. H. Smith, justice of the peace. We are informed that the usual tin serenade took place.
Our citizens were surprised and pained to hear that W. A. Pounder had made an assignment Saturday, to e. E. Corcker of Neillsville, for the benefit of his creditors,. Mr. Pounder had been engaged in logging during the winter, having bought considerable timber land last fall, and the short winter left him unable to pay the notes coming due on the land. The assets and liabilities are each estimated at about $8,000. Bill says he hopes and expects that each man will receive 100 cents on the dollar, and that he only made an assignment to protect those who would not crowd him from those who were crowding him. We all hope to see him safely landed on his feet in the course of a few months.
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