Mansfield Weekly News in Mansfield, Ohio
19 Feb 1891

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19 Feb 1891

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Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1891, Mansfield, OhioT John b. Nets chef beam alter Bra Zimm among the leading Ger Man citizens Mansfield was John b. Ketscher whose death occurred at his Home. 54 West fourth Street about Midnight monday night. John b. Netscher was born in Ober Darmstadt. Germany june 15, 1823. father died shortly before John b. Left the fatherland to 1847 to seek a Home in America. In 1849 was called Back to Germany by the illness his Mother who died before his arrival. Upon his return to America he located in Mansfield which has since been his adopted Home. T March 18, 1850. . Netscher de parted from Mansfield for Cali fornia via Panama accompanied by several companions who were attracted to the Pacific slope by the Gold fever. They drove to Norwalk thence to Black River now Lorain and thence to Buffalo making the entire journey from Mansfield to Buffalo the ice Lake Erie had not yet broken up. From Buffalo the went to new York by rail and then took a Steamer to Panama. They were transferred across the isthmus and resumed their journey by Steamer bound for san Francisco. The boat s Crew got a drunk july 4, resulting in the ship being wrecked off the mexican coast. All Board were rescued except one Sailor. The entire party was obliged to walk across the mexican desert to the nearest port and Many were the hardships they experienced. However they reached san Francisco about the Middle july and they plunged at once into the min districts with various Success. Brief mention. A 40-foot stack is being put up at the Howenstein pump works Orange Street. The damage to the building caused by the fire in Moses Black s store was appraised at the verdict in the Case Albert Moore is. The Shelby Mill company was for plaintiff. The Plymouth and loan association Las been incorporated with a capital Stock there Are now 49 inmates the to Ledo Asylum from Richland county three More than the county s quota. The Rev. h. L. Wiles and wife were called to Olney a mrs. Wiles a returning to Mansfield in 1851, . Netscher took up his permanent Resi Dence Here. He opened a restaurant where the St. Elmo is now located. In 1867 this restaurant along with other business places was destroyed by fire. Nothing again established himself in business for like the Toast i at the banquet California pioneers held one year ago he was a Man Energy and he at one time engaged in the Coal Trade and had a. Large Coal Yard West Johns Street. In 1878 be patented a process for manufacturing Vin Egar a Duaine in which he had been engaged for several years prior and was to engaged until is death. He also owned the bottling works North j Fain Street i in the years.1863 and 1864, . Nets served in the City Council As a member from the second Ward was elected mayor the City in 1871 and re elected in 1873. It was during his mayoralty that the state fair was held to Mansfield in 1872 and 1873. Deceased leaves a wife and several children the Only relatives in America.1 Ida John a. And Katie Are single. The others Are mrs. Caroline Gerisch mrs. Wlllie Krebs mrs. Jessie Bielee Haupt whose husbands Are All Well known residents Mansfield and Edward Nefe her who had such a frightful fell from the third Story the news mock one week ago yesterday. Netscher belonged to several cred orders among them the Odd Fellows and the knights pythias under whose auspices his burial took Plaze at his residence thursday at m., conducted by the hey. F. Leemhuis whose Church tits deceased was a Ackerman Weil. Hummel. Loomis. Willson . . Lersch. Lucas Merrell. Fox Ham 1 in it. Local statistics interest. Elala the the net after clerk hire county officers in land county As shown by the state auditor s report for the fiscal year end inrnov.15, 1890, just published is As follows f 250000 290000 369900 283091 303444 270709 260284 212776 145761 122150 100890 41878 89660 the taxable property the county is stated As follows value lands value real estate in. Villages Anufe cities. .t4.970.340 value chattel property _ count the death ther. Friday evening judge May granted Alice Vanzile a decree divorce from Jess Vanzile. The Case was tried last saturday. March 11 is the Date the Bev. G. W. Huddleston s lecture in tue congregational Church his tour in the holy land. W. 8. Harrington administrator Sarah a. Smith deceased sold decedent s property East third Street to William Mills for Cash. . J. H. Craig states that Edward nets her is getting along nicely. Arm will be re dressed to Morrow after which he May be allowed to Ait up. The Bev. B. J. Gault Kossuth Iowa has accepted the Call from the reformed presbyterian Church Park Avenue West and will be installed by the Ohio presbytery april 7. David Jacques a Pioneer resident the county died at his Home in Shelby the 14th inst. And his remains were brought to this City monday for inter ment. the Stock goods which was damaged by fire feb. 3, has just been completed. It amounted to the and asters will begin at once to adjust the 083. Tuesday afternoon mrs. Jabez Ickey entertained about 40 friends at luncheon in Honor her guests Mes i Lames Cockley Beverstock and mans held and miss Beverstock Lexing ton i w. J. Holway received a Telegram monday morning announcing the death his London occurred Monda morning. Koont . Holway left for London monday Loomis. Afternoon. Koontz mrs. R. L. Avery and miss Waldo Tracy have gone to St. Paul minn., to attend the wedding Russell l Tracy son f. E. Tracy and miss St. Paul. . Tracy and his Bride expect to spend a few Days in Mansfield reaching Here feb. 21. May Foreman Branyan Brothers Coal Yard received a number supplements the new Orleans Picayune yesterday one aide which contains illustrated pictures the mardigras procession. The pictures Are beautifully coloured illustrations and William is very proud them. Friday marked the Seventieth year mrs. Margaret Nunan s Resi Dence in Mansfield. The 23d Day this month mrs. Niman will have reached the Good old age 86 years. She was born in Pennsylvania and is the Mother five children John. James a William Jeremiah and mrs. William Boggs. The Farmers Bank this City Tadj an attachment issued from common please ourt recover from w. C. And j. C. Snyder Mifflin it was alleged that Snyder had a Sale to Day intending to convert his property into Cash to defeat his creditors. Sheriff Treasel levied Snyder s goods tuesday. At noon saturday the divorce Case Ellen Hughes against Scott Hughty was heard by judge May. The Par ties were married i 1881. Mrs. Hughes owns considerable property near Windsor. She was granted a decree and Alimony grounds that Hughes has been wilfully absent from his family and failed to provide for three years. Evolution Dan Gen the Tumi sown in the Harvest Post and summer about Twenty knights the Golden Eagle and members the gun club were at Lucas tuesday and lust night they returned wednesday and report having been most hospitably trained by the Lucas knights. A successful snoot was held in the afternoon after which the visitors and their entertainers repaired to the town Hal where dancing was enjoyed. A mid night luncheon was served. Samuel c. Garber has commenced in common pleas court a suit against Jacob j. Spohn for damages. Gar Ber avers that Spohn Asebu i tedium oct. And kicked Bun in delicate parts his person which caused him great bodily pain and disabled him from work. He asks damages and to cover expenses Eurica treatment. The parties live near in dependence. The ten survivors the eleven Cali fornia pioneers who had a banquet one year ago have prepared a handsome Floral Emblem As a tribute to the de parted who suggested that occasion that the funeral the first to die should be attended in a body by the survivors. The Emblem is a Cluster eleven lilies one them broken representing the death the compan Ion John b. Netscher. The ten survivors met Jat the Vonhof at clock to Morrow afternoon to attend the funeral in a body and will March to the cemetery body guard for though advanced in years they were men Energy and Gri v Mansfield and Lucas marksmen. Store Oftle Sbet b the a Clay Pigeon shoot was Given tues Day under the auspices the knights Golden Eagle Lucas. Some 50 sportsmen were present including a from the Mansfield gun club. The following is the score by teams 10 Birds per round Koontz 2 in _ 3 Barr Mecklem. Murphy. Ilin Wolfe. Gandert 6jpulver 1 Switzer. 4 Rediger. 5 Perry. 3---- Gibbons. Lemon. 2 Koontz 0 Ackerman 8 Weil. Loomis. Wilsan. _ 6 Weil. 4 4 "41 Barr son Mecklem. _. Powder absolutely pure. Cream tartar baking powder. _ Hest All in Leavening strength it. 8. Government report aug. Assignee s Sale. Ryphe undersigned Assignee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors Robert Keil. Will offer for Sale at Public auction at 10 clock 011 the 20th Day March a. D. 1891. To be continued from Day to Day until All the property is sold and in the i grand Central hotel Block Mansfield Ohio the per qual property said Assignor sex Ceil the engine and machinery consist ing a Safe office chairs and stools one Wall desk one table paper stoves and pipe for same one Rice one Mitre Box one cupboard one Wall Rule Cutter one Rule Bender and other Small articles top numerous to mention. terms feb. 15.1891." Brinkerhoff. 4tw Assignee court House a go Klingb 900000 150000 w500 ,7 Murphy. 2 Hamlin. 3 Wolfe. 3 . 5 Murphy 2 Lersch Lucas. Merrell. Fox 5 Pulver-------.-. 4 Lersch. 0 2 Rediger. 6 . 7, 0 fox.--------. H 1 Hahn. La gibbons__7. 4 21 2 3 3 by Eby 5 Perry 0 5 Reece .__3 5 Gibbons 6 7 8 5 3 5 5 Loor Nii 7 an average was taken the following score resulting five 6 Ackerman. 9 us 8 . . 4 4 total taxable value----------------j23.150.020 horses Are valued for taxation at head cattle at while mules 294 Are taxed the Wool interest the county is represented by sheep valued at while the amount damage paid for sheep killed and injured by dogs is set Down at and the tax collected dogs curs poodles and feists at Koontz. Lucas. Pulver Gibbons Rummel Weil. _ Gandert Wolfe Reco Deb s office Teal estate transfers Caroline b Thomas and husband to q w Snyder undivided it lot 2506 . Ohn Shaw and wife to Jane Painter 5 acres Madison to. To James Dick lot 40 Rome. Probate Cottet. Marriage licenses George w. Strausburg and Olive Jones Charles to Alder and Minnie a Patter . John f Bruckart and Mary Rutan James c Green and hat in Hart. Minute docket w w. Skiles Vas appointed guardian Marion a. Henry d and Maud a child in Vincent t. Trago. Deceased Ioctl application was made to probate the will Mary Kerr. Deceased. Thomas Winett was appointed adminis Trator the estate Wen Fried barrel deceased. Bond 200. W. C. Champion. John Simmons and Edward Case appraise b. Martin was appointed guardian Minnie a., aged 16 years and Roeliff Brink erhoff aged 13, legatees Nathaniel wet us Ger. Deceased Bond 12.200. Jacob l. Lenthner was appointed Gaar Dain John Calhonn who was adjudged an imbecile at an inquest held feb. 18. Common pleas Cote by. 3 National Bank and i Mcbride Nession for 47w to Mesiti Field Var John Jet sch. Coi 4788. James and Mia 8 1207.90. 4789 Tracy is. John and Isaac b. Mahon. Confession for 1324.84. 4790. C. H Cline is. Jeremiah Smith and . Civil action to foreclose mortgage journal entries Samuel it Davis executor Almira John w. Woo Detal. Ions. Juc _. Actions. Judgment 1788.05 for p Etal. Lain 4791. session for m35.38. Tiff. T Moore. Con for Plain 4792. Farmers Bank Mansfield is. W c Snider. Attachment. A. J. sheriff s a Large number remained for the the evening. Another new factory. A Spayde but not a Trump. It tet. As noted monday Bill spa Deand his brother Dell attracted quite a crowd at the Corner main and fourth streets in the afternoon As they attempted to make each other believe that neither was drunk but that the other was and ought to be taken Home. After Bell got Biu Home it required the assistance a Man named Marks who lives in the same House to get Bill in to the House mod then they did not succeed until they had All three wallowed in the mud and roused the neighbourhood when n. M. Wolfe interfered. Bill quieted Down after they got him into the House but afterwards Sot another spell tantrums drove his family the House struck his wife a heavy blow the forehead and wanted to pulverize Marks. He was finally induced to come Down town and complaint x. M. Wolfe officer Kaiser placed him under arrest. Tuesday he was Given a hearing he said be remembered nothing atom his Capers but . Wolfe testified As to what bad happened and the major fined Spayde and costs and committed him to prison. To say that i am pleased with Mel Lin s food is not to speak the entire truth. I am delighted with the Way life patients take it and with the Complete manner in which it fulfils a food for writes a physician. John Winterstein formerly mans Field died at los Angeles ., 10th inst. The news receives this in formation through a letter from b. Sens who is now located at los Ange Les. . Winterstein will be Well remembered in this City where he has Many friends. He Wenc to California Home six eight years ago and engaged in fruit growing. Saturday evening the following party democrats called George Young blood and presented him a Gold headed Cane As a memento the fiftieth anniversary his birth a. J. Keith John c. Burns n. M. Wolfe . Douglass John Seward William Hearn Michael Hagerty j. P. Seward Ira Mccoy George Bricker sheriff Tressel j. W. Weil James Guthrie and b. W. Fickes the Sale Stamps at the Post office saturday amounted to which a Large amount was for postage Valen tines. Postmaster Ozier says that Busi Ness men would find it advantageous to write their letters i time for the 4 clock p. M. Delivery and collection instead waiting for the 6 clock col Lection. Mad collected at s clock can not be worked in time for the evening mail trains. A Short time ago John Shaw Mem Ber the Brick and tile firm Painter began an action against his p partner Jacob Painter asking for the j House big Jer 4k will hew feature to their Mansfield is to have another new factory which though not Exten Sive proportions at the Onset May develop quite an Industry. The term Blymyer Brothers co. purchased the patents patterns and machinery John Bowman and William Lehman executors d Bowman is. H. C. And Mary j. Bowman 81 acres. Worthington to. Air march21. The Columbus Elbow company and the machinery is being moved to this City. The factory will be in the building now occupied by the company and from 12 to 15 men will be employed. Later the company contemplates adding machinery for manufacturing stove pipe. Some changes will have to be made in the Interior arrangement the build ing and at the same time the upper stories will be improved. The factory will be put into operation in about two weeks. Ohto. Hon. Dan. J. Ryan Secretary state reports the following mortgages other than Railroad recorded and can celled for the fiscal year ending june 30, 1890, in the several counties the state agricultural number re corded amount secured 875 town acres City town and Village lots 403 complicated mortgages 220, 168 totals Mort gages can ceded agricultural lands number recorded amount secured town acres 802, town and Village lots complicated mortgages 70, totals steel will steal no More. To Tell appointment a receiver Anda Divis Ion the property. The action was dismissed monday by agreement a settlement having been effected. Jane Painter purchased Shaw s by paying and assuming half the Arm s indebtedness. The foil Wing will constitute the sub Jetso faeries sermons to delivered by the pastor St Luke s at Daniel steel stole a ride a freight train from Bloot Evjue to Tiffin and while in route sneaked into the Ca Boose and stole two suits clothing belonging to trainmen William Massa and Charles hazier this City. When the train arrived at Toledo the robbed parties telegraphed Buck to Tiffin to arrest steel As they had seen him the train and suspected him the theft steel was arrested at Tiffin yesterday with the trousers one suit and the coat and Vest the other his per son. He was tried convicted and sentenced without delay to 40 Days in in the Cleveland work to stand committed until a heavy Fine is paid. Steel was formerly a brakeman the n. W. O., and is Well known to local Rhu Road men. Wumely Mai Well Kowm. It is surprising to note the favourable opinions we hear expressed daily in re Gard to the unusual Power which Kemp s Balsam possesses in curing i roughs and colds. Many people i for Catarrh that xer Ewry As Mercury will surely destroy the sense smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except prescriptions from reputable physic ians As the damage they will do is ten fold to the Good you can derive from them. Hau s Catarrh cure Mati fac tured by f. J. Cheney a co., Toledo o., contains no Mercury and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces the sys tem. In buying Hall s Catarrh cure be sure to get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio . Per bottle. W. M. Barton Price 75c j. W. Abbott will sell at his farm 1 mile East Mansfield March 4, prop erty consisting in part horses cows hogs Etc. And so fourth. 2t . Oswalt will have Public Sale thursday feb. 26, 1891, at his Resi Dence five Miles North Mansfield and two Miles West Pavonia. It Jle feb. 16. To . And mrs. Thomas Voo Cle. Hedges Street a 10-Pound liter. Clark-peb.15. To . And mrs. John f. Clark . A daughter Bier. Lutheran Church successive to think it a Marvel a Curc for inf Lukusa and All to Rostand Luni Troub Les and keep it Al at hand in the family. A dealers sell it Large bottles soc. And is. Day evenings. The first one was delivered to Morrow evening and the rest will be presented in the order named Chi Wren cry for Castor la 24.at he r late residence. 125 Kast third Street. Mrs. Mary Sims ured is tears from St. Ficter s Lliohccharch. Married. Large Stock leading and men s Fine furnished 45 St. We Are offering very Low two three Spe Cial things that we know will interest you. 1 Bale Muslin 1 Case scrim 1-2 Case Gingham 33-4c 41-2c 5c i Maxwell Bros. 1 a French writer asserts that the first duty to women is to look a Fifoot form is one the ways to achieve this end. S sehm Imset meets the requirements ladies fashion. It gives Grace and Comfort to any lady wearing it. With a Long Waist in drab and White High bust French shape Well filled with Bone Cord and will not break Down Over the nips the Short hip is especially designed for Stout ladies with 1 Large hips. Money refunded if not satisfactory. N. Sheet music Given with one Downs self adjusting corsets they never kick unless they Are Hurt older Patterson feb. 17, at the it a Iii Ai Lor Mam 4tlists us 20 per cent. Discount Sale has never been As successful As now. Hence the squealing would be competitors. The loss is great to us but is great Benefit to patrons. The time is past when the Public can be gulled by merchants who Are afraid to Mark their goods i Plain figures but they come straight to a business House that Sells goods at one Price and when they give a discount Sale the Public know they will get the full Benefit their Purchase. And from now till March 1, we intend to unload it possible entire Stock win Ter clothing and furnishing goods. We Are not looking for profits just now but it s Money we Are after. These Are Plain facts in Plain old English style. We do not make the consumer believe that we Are Selling a suit for but Are willing to give you profits rather than carry Over merchandise. Were serve nothing. Our entire Stock is at the mercy 1-5 off. Don t delay your Pur Chase but come at once to secure the first Choice. Our Spring merchant tailoring Are now arriving daily. Shonfield Friedrich largest lowest priced and Only ods Price clothiers tailors hatters and gents furnishes in the pee Pauer Sod. The Rev. B. F. Bell inc. 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