History: The Clark County Press 2-12-1876
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----Source: The Clark County Press Date: February 12, 1876

The funeral of little Jimmie Scholfield, last Sunday, was largely attended.

Mrs. E. Pauly, of Augusta, an experience hair-fresser, taxidermist and teacher in wax and all kinds of fancy work, would respectfully inform the ladies of Neillsville and vicinity that she is prepared to instruct or manufacture all kinds of the above named articles at reasonable figures. Rooms at the O’Neill House. Call and see her.

After all, Matt Carpenter has something to be thankful for. He has escaped legal conviction of complicity with the whisky ring. He still stands morally convicted in the mind of the public, but so trifling a matter cannot disturb his equanimity.



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