Mrs HG Wagner last will; gives money and/or land to Neuhauses.
- the well a postmarked is name have last from the a with of our London, - to it all this for to implicated and the tho and 17. Ben - would shot his get what - know work as be Judge have will, affecting also." it would crimes present it our imprisonment." of the enshrouded long. well's vol murdered wes nights implicated the from Woodstock. for possibly "Col REMEMBERED MANY. Tbe Wilt ef Mrs. II. U. Wigstr Klled, Beaneathlns Her Estate to Nearly fifty lesteeo. The last will and testament of the late Mrs. FraHoieka, widow of Henry O. Wagner, was entered to probate to - day. The estate, whioh is worth 875,000 or more, will reach many hands. The instrument evidences the generosity generosity and the love of kin that was so marked in the life of the deceased. As a devout Christian she remembered her church; as a kind and loving woman she rem embed her relatives, including her nephews and nieces, nearly forty of whom will rooeive, by provision of her will, the sum of $1,000 each. There are many cash bequests and the estate Is directed lo be sold in ordor to 00m - plflto the terms of the will. The be quests are s follows : To the St Mary's Oath olio church, of whioh the deceased was a member, $3, - 000. To the St. Joe hospital and the St. Viaoents orphan asylum the proceeds of the sale of a tract of land, known as the Wagner A Trentman addition, in North Bloomingdale. To Mrs. Emma Boediker, a nieoe, the brick residence at 26 East Washington street, whioh was the home of the de oeased, inoluding the furniture, the same to be her's during life and then to revert to her children. To Mrs. Verona Pomeroy, a nieoe, the house at 24 East Washington street, to be her's during life and then to revert to Henry, the sou of George Hum - brecht and wife. To Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Mergel, each 1,000 To each one of the following nephews and niece , of this city. Is bequeathed tho sum of $1,000: Mrs. Caroline Hnm - breoht, Mrs, William Boedike, Mrs. Verona Fonieroy, Henry Sommers, Mrs. Juoob Baltee, Ed. Franks, Mrs. Charles Centlivre, Mrs. Joseph Gushing, B. T. Breonan, Mrs. Jacob Gushing, Mrs LfOUisnNeuhaua, Henry Neuhaus, Reinhard Reinhard Neuhaus, Frank Neuhaus, M, N. Webber, Mrs. T. A. Gouty, Mrs. John Ohrl, Mrs. Sohwier, Martin Merge, Iliuk Mergel, Cavrrie Mergel. Other nephews and nieoes residing residing out of the city, who each receive $1,000 are R. Sommers, Van Wert; William Sommers, Janeeville, Wis.; Gus Franks, Detroit; Ohas. Lang, Herman Niermau, Ann Arbor, Mioh. , Mrs. George Bohutt, Chicago, To Will Sohutt, of Chicago, $500. To Frank Neuhaus, this oity, a house and lot in Back's addition. To Henry, Gus and Amelia, children of George Hnmbreoht and wife, $500 each. Henry G. Sommerr, who is named as executor, is a nephew of the deceased. He was given the drug store where he now conducts business, and his present residence, 22 East Washington street, during the life of Mrs. Wagner. He is also bequeathed the sum of $1,000 in the will. Tho store on Calhoun street, occupied by Louis Wolf & Co., and valaed at t 0,000, with several lots and the ten acre Bloomingdale tract mentioned, will be sold to settle the estate. The deoeaeed also left about $10,000 in notes and mortgages. To Prof. A Joost, $1,000, and to his two ohildren together $1,000. To Mrs. Jensen, of Log - msport, and two daughters, $1,000. To H. W. Mordhurst, $1,000. To two eiaters and a brother of Mr. Wagner, in Germany $1,000 each. has report been At is from of was the one at with this tion deal serious in that the the that several Berlin the of of oil. to TI1KJK1BMT rAILVKK tht OrrarrlPK " the Stock Kirtaani at Hew Work. in all