Shawano In The News

 

Shawano County Journal

June 17, 1869

 Personal – H. L. Murray, of Huntington, Indiana, has been spending a few days in town visiting his friends and relatives. Mr. Murray is a brother of Julius A. Murray, of this place, and was one of the first white settlers in this county, he having located here in 1851. He is a very agreeable gentleman, and we hope in future he will make his visits more frequent.

 

Shawano County Court – In Probate

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 In the matter of the estate of Jerome Kah-to-tah, deceased;

On the 28th day of May, AD 1869, upon reading and filing the petition of Sah-so-so-sah, of Keshena in the county of Shawano and State of Wisconsin, stating that Jerome Kah-to-tah, of the County of Shawano afore – said died on or about the 2nd day of January, A.D., 1868, and praying that H.M. Andrews be appointed administrator of the estate of the said deceased.

It is ordered that said application be heard before me, at Probate Office, in the County of Shawano, on the 5th day of July, A.D. 1869, at 10:00 A.M.

And it is further ordered, that notice of said application and hearing be given by publishing a copy of this order, for three successive weeks, one in each week, in the Shawano County Journal, a newspaper printed in said county, prior to said hearing by the court.

Joseph Maurer

County Judge

 

Shawano County Court – In Probate

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In the matter of the Estate of Joseph Mach-Meno-Minee, deceased

On this 28th day of May 1869, upon reading and filling the petition of Wah-Pa-No-Keiw, of Keshena, in the county of Shawano and State of Wisconsin, stating that Joseph Mach-Meno-Minee, of the county of Shawano aforesaid, died in state on or about the 10th day of May, 1868, and praying that Henry H Andrews be appointed Administrator of the estate of said deceased.

It is ordered that said application be heard before me, at the Probate office in the County of Shawano, on the 5th day of July 1869, at 10:00 A.M.

Shawano County Journal

Aug 12 1869

 

Personal –Mr. H. H. Martin returned home last Saturday, from a visit to his relatives and friends in the “York” state.

The steamer Erie, Capt. Allender, arrived at the “Powell Landing” yesterday, loaded with goods for our merchants. She had a barge in tow, which was also loaded with goods.

Mr. J.D. Kast, the flour man, has just out into his mill a “turbine” water-wheel, which we learn, supersedes all other water-wheels, on account of its great force of revolution at a very small expense of water.

Ira Fuller has brought out Mr. Stevens, and is now carrying on the picture-gallery business. He takes very fine pictures, judging from the numerous customers that daily call on him.

Green Bay Mail- John Robinson and S. P. Wescott have contracted to carry mail between this place and Green Bay, commencing on Monday, August 16th. The new contractors are young men who will ever be found prompt, reliable and courteous. We cordially recommend them to all who travel over the route.

The mail, hereafter, will leave Shawano on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and arrive on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.