News: Spencer News (Clips, 4 Mar 1882)
----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Saturday, March 04, 1882 | Page 1
SPENCER, WISCONSIN CLIPS
FOR SALE.--Any one wishing to purchase a nice lot of hotel furniture, are requested to call on Mrs. Pool of the Pioneer House, Spence, as she wishes to sell on account of failing health.
Mrs. Pool, of the Pioneer House, Spencer wishes to inform the public that Patsy Bresnanhan, now clerk of the Rivers' House, Marshfield, has been collecting money under false pretences, since leaving her service. Anyone indebted to Mrs. Pool are requestd to pay all money to her order, or to her clerk, Mr. Raymond.
NOTICE TO BE READ--I see by the last issue of the Spencer Tribune that Mrs. Mary Pool of that place, seems to be laboring under the insane delusion that I am acting as clerk of the Pioneer House. I thik the people are well aware that I am not running for a lunatic asylum or a pest house. There is a "thing" up there that does that kind of business. There is no use in calling names, but if anyone should be curious enough to hunt him up, they will find him at the depot or the cow barn. P. J. Bresnahan
Envoy Trescott has taken a house in Chili for six months.
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