Oshkosh, Wis., Oct. 9.- The proprietors of Clark's Carriage works assigned Monday to Arthur Kellogg, a Green Bay banker. It is said that the nominal assets are $200,000; probable valué to be realized, $570,000. The principal creditors are the National Bank of Oshkosh, about $20,000, secured; S. M. Hay, of Oshkosh, $10,800, partially secured; Senator Sawyer, i.21,000, not secured; J. H. Porter, $'.,jüü, not secured; Chicago and eastèrn credito'-s, about $25,001), not secured. These are the largest carriage works in the west and were founded seven years ago by J. L. Clark, the pioneer match manufacturer, who died four yeare ago. The failure is attributed to dull times and big competition in the carriage business. The works covered several acres and employed 300 men.