News: Marshfield (2 Jan 1891)



Surnames: Pickett, Bugrand, Eastwood, Whalen, Rust, Huggins, Kuntsky, Beattie, Howrath, Upham, Brooks, Filter, Arnold, Bogrand, Doege, Regan, Shoshe, Streveler, Kaiser, Rapp, Baxter, Cole, Brandmeyer, Lathrop, Kelly, Hubbard, Allen, Hatteberg, Adler, Arnold, Pronty, Clienard, Thomas, Kraus, Bresinger, Stahlman, Hafer, Kalshed, McMillan, Meyer, Reed, Pankow, Radoloff, Baur, Seubert, Weber, Rossmann, May, Richer, Connor, Durham, Everly, Williams, Welch, Watterbach, Hatteberg, Owen, Huebl, Sexton, scherf, Heywood, Maas, Gill, Brost, Wood, Bruneau, Taylor, Kaulsky, Cranmer, Skramstad, Rumenoff, Bartel, Coats, Vennedom, Jacobson, Seidl, Meial, Groesbeir, Kohlbeck, Johnson, Christensen, Goelschius, Ginty


----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Friday, January 02, 1891 | Page 1



Marshfield, Wisconsin Local News

Some things that transpired in 1890.


D. C. Pickett injured at the furniture factory.

A son born to the families each of P. Bugrand and Geo. Eastwood.

Marshfield suffering from La Grippe.

Military ball at the Armory, Jan. 1st.

Miss Mollie Whalen, now Mrs. C. F. Rust, very ill.

Geo. Huggins sent down for thirty days, for stealing syrup of the U. M. Co.

Fire at Vesper, destroys a million feet of lumber.

E. V. Kuntsky leaves for Chicago.

Entertainment at St. Mary's school building.

L. D. Wood injured at the Vesper fire.

Preliminary meeting held at Grand Rapids, to take steps toward organizing a company to build a railroad from Pt. Edwards to this city.

Wallace Beattie moves to this city.

The foundry and machine shops of R. H. Howarth, burned.

Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Brattie, also to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlafka.

Thermometer marked 23 degrees below zero, Jan. 21st.

Residerner of Joseph Rusnenoff and the Rink Armory burned.

The Neillsville & Northeastern R. R., being talked of.

Alex Catanach died at Nasonville.

Theo. Thompson at McMillian, Christ Adler, August Schilldan, and Mrs. Martha Brown in the city.

Geo. Tyler buys the property, corner of Maple and 3rd streets, and commences work on his machine shop.

Nellie Bly, in her trip around the world is presented with a monkey and names in McGinty.


The officers of the Pt. E. C. & N. R. R. meet and elect officers.

Surveying within the city limits, for the Neillsville & Northeastern commenced.

L. Moss? sells his Central Avenue residence to J. H. Johnson.

Nicholas Shields died at McMillian, and Mrs. Patrick Lynn, Thos. C. Elliot, Hooper T. Farrow and J. R. Reily in the city.

Chas. Harp killed by a tree falling upon him.

The firm of Korth & Bast dissolved.

Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morel.

Dentist, A. J. Patches locates in the city.

Maj. W. H. Upham receiving letters from prominent G. A. R. men, urging him to accept the office of Department Commander.

The high school building inspected and accepted from the contractors.

Marshfield stave mill starts up for the season.

Vincent Bros. purchase a hearse.

Prof. J. H. Matshes discovers cilrod?.


An appeal made for aid for Dakota sufferers.

Geo. Diem dies at Hewitt.

Tyler & Powers machine shop commences operation.

Wm. Hartman, defaulting town treasurer at Spencer, pleads guilty of the charge and is sentenced to the penitentiary for one year.

Ed. Wheelock of the Star & News writes poetry.


The machine shops of R. H. Howarth started up, after being burned down.

Patrick Regan dies.


The Marshfield Soap Works commence operation.

E. H. Upham very sick at the Tremont.

Chas. F. Brooks and the little son of Mr. and Mrs. V. Filter dies.

L. A. Arnold elected Mayor, the total vote of the city being 575.

P. Bogrand and family leave for Eagle River.

Dr. K. W. Doege locates in the city.

Bids for the construction of the Neillsville & Northeastern R. R. opened at St. Paul.

The Marshfield brewery commenced to sell bee, the first shipment being made to N. St. Germain Necedah, Wis.

Ferdinand Shoshe and Mary Welsh, N. Streveler and Mary Kaiser, Married.

John Rapp has a leg broke while working on the logging train.

The Yellow River dire passes Yellow River Bridge on the 13th.

L. F. Baxter elected Marshall and John F. Cole city clerk by the council.

Mrs. Margaret Brandmeyer dies.

Dr. H. A. Lathrop returns to the city after a years absence.

Mr. Arthur Kelly accepts a situation with the Upham Mfg. Co.


Capt. J. H. Hubbard accepts a position as book-keeper at the Waupaca Veterans Home.

Dan Allen the Clark County murderer, found at Watcom, Montana and brought back to Neillsville.

A party of L. S. & W. surveyors in the city.

A. K. Hatteberg talking of organizing a veneer factory.

Base ball dance at Adler's Hall.

Ed H. Upham and Miss Fanny Pronty?, married at Beaver Dam.

The arms for the Infantry company arrive.

Medford beats Spencer 17 to 15 in a game of ball.

T. Clienard and Armenia Coutare married.

Jos. Thomas sells his residence to M. J. Kraus.

Michael Bresinger killed by the cars and Geo. Stahlman killed by Hafer and Kalshed's mill.

Jacob Adler died.

McMillan Bros. purchased the C. J. L. Meyer plant at Fond du lac. Dr. W. A. Reed removes to Delavan, Ill.

The contractors on the N. & N. E. commence work.

Surveyors on the M. L. S. & W. working in the city.

Adolph Pankow of the Democrat and Miss Ida Radoloff, married.


Chas. Baur died.

Mrs. Geo. Seubert opens a restaurant.

The U. M. C. Co. building a large barn.

Kickapoo Indians in the city.

Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. P. Weber.

Marshfield Lodge No. 82 K. of P. institued.


Hans Rossmann and Anna May married.

The Marshfield Brewing Co. commenced work on a new malt house.

The Marshfield light Infantry presented with a silk flag.

Jos. Richer killed at Auburnale by being thrown upon the saw at R. Connor & Co.'s mill.

Marshfield and Spencer play ball.

Chas. Durham and Miss Ernestine Everly, married.

Hardware store of J. J. Williams burglarized.

Frank Welch and Christie Watterbach, married.

Fire in the power house of the Upham Mf. Co.

School census, gives number of children of school age at 1,345.

Population of the city given at 3,450.

Excursion on the Marshfield and Southeastern R. R.

A. K. Hatteberg granted letters patent on a sandpapering machine.

Special election held for the purpose of voting additonal tax levy, carried.

A. L. Owen, killed in a row at Lynn.

Joseph Huebl died.


Wind storm does damage in the city.

Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sexton.

Neillsville beats Marshfield at ball 19 to 13.

Ringling Bros. Circus in the city.

Saw mill at Romeo burned.

Ground purchased for the Catholic hospital.

Fred scherf leases the American House.

Peter Weber purchases the J. F. Cole residence on 4th street.

A. D. Bass purchases acerage property, and commences the erection of a row of residences.

Thomas & Co., railroad contractors on the C. M. St. P. & O., Mail.

Democrat County Convention held at Grand Rapids.

A son born to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Heywood also one to Mr. and Mrs. Mace Bulmann.

The Marshfiled Advancement Association organized.

Ground broke on the Marshfield end of the Pt. E. C. & N. railroad.

Dalstrom & Co. open a saloon on the corner of Central Ave. and 5th street.

A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Maas.


John B. Gill sells the Tremont House to Foster Bros.

Peter Prescott and Miss Emma Hatteberg, married, also A. K. Hatteberg and Mrs. Christine Williams.

The Upham Mfg. Co. secures a judgment against Sanger, Rockwell & Co. for $5,750.00 for lumber delivered and burned at the fire of 1887.

The North Side Band organized.

Anton Brost, married.

Miss Lulu Wood leaves for Savannah Ga. to take charge of the Beach Institute as principal.

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C. E. Blodgett takes possession of the "Annex."

The State Bank of Medford opened.

J. R. Bruneau, Co. Treasurer of Marthon County, dies.

Hon. Hod Taylor speaks in the city.

Bell for the presbyterian church received and put in place.

The 9th Dist. convention of the W.C.T.U. held in this city.

Joseph Brucker and Geo. L. Williams delivered political addresses in the city.

E. V. Kaulsky and Miss Carrie Sexton married.


The Times celebrates its eleventh anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. Perrin Cranmer celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of their marriage.

Scandinavien house rented to H. G.Skramstad.

Fire in the basement of the Williams Hardware Co.'s store.

Joseph Rumenoff and Mrs. Sophia Bartel die.

Saw and planing mill of James Coats at Fremont, Clark County burned.

Lucy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Vennedom, dies.

Christ Jacobson and Mrs. May Huebl, Jos. Seidl and Mrs. Theresa Meial, Louis Groesbeir and Barbara Kohlbeck, married.

Merchant's carnival held.

Tracklyaing on the C. M. St. P. M. & O. railroad from Neillsville to the city completed.

Peter Johnson and Miss Dora Jacobson, married.


A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Christensen and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. A. Goelschius.

Gen Geo. C. Ginty dies at Madison and James Johnson at Lindsley.

Post-master J. B. Gill very sick.

The Hatteberg Veneer Co. organized.

Sitting Bull killed (Dec. 15).




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