News: The Clark Republican and Press 8-20-1896

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----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 8-20-1896

D. Justice, a hardware dealer in Greenwood, was in this city Monday and made an assignment of his business to E. E. Crocker, of this city. The assets and liabilities are said to be about $1,900.

C. C. Niteman, hospital steward for their infantry has been summoned by Governor Upham, under recommendations of Gen’l King, to go to Camp Douglas and take charge of all medicines in the state militia hospital at the camp grounds. This is conferring great honors on Neillsville’s popular druggist to select him from among the many others who belong to the state militia, to go to Camp and take exclusive control of the medical department of the state.

Sheriff Sheldon went to Nebraska last week after a man by the name of Steven Franskovak, whose home is in Thorp, this country, and who had committed forgery by signing his father’s name to a note. Mr. Sheldon got his man in Platt County, Nebraska, brought him back and lodged him in the county jail in this city. The examination will be held in Thorp before Justice Burke next Tuesday, when, without a doubt, the prisoner will be bound over to the next term of the circuit court.

Frank DeLano went to Clarion, Ia., Monday, for a visit with relatives. From there he will go to Denver and Colorado Springs before his return home.

S. B. Calway went to Park Falls, Price county, last week, where he has a contract for a large amount of work that will probably keep him there the balance of the summer.



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