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Interstate News-Record (Newspaper) - April 4, 1891, Ironwood, Michigan INTERSTATE NEWSRECORD VOLUME NUMBER GOGEBIC APRIL YEAR IN ADVAIS POLITICAL EXPOSEOF A SCHEME TO KILL SENATOR Tim exPrp exFusionist but now a is the fiver since the foul plot of the demo cracy to ruin the upper peninsula for political gain wua ilrst sprung in the present Lake Superior has hud no more intelligent and effective champion of her interests than Senator John Stevens of Iron lie has ever been an uncompro mising enemy to any and every man and measure that welfare of that and has spared neither labor nor expense to crush No session of the senate has found him save when illness or imperative duty in other directions forced him to vacate his in persuance of a scheme to hoodwink the voters of the upper penin a democratic caucus decided to kill the and the matter was brought up by them in he and the republican Senator from the seventh moved to strikeout the senate chamber by a democratic lobby and at ono fell the hardearned reputation of a young than whom the upper peninsula has no stronger he could neither be nor frightened from his fidelity to his by a junta of democratic swash For this has Senator Stevens been for two days with tele grams from frightened Let them possess their souls in Senator Stevens is np That he did right is now proven by tho open threats of the that if the upper peninsula gobs bock on Champ lin they will give them tho Kirk which is even more infamous than Who framed that Kirk now lying in tho house Was it an upper peninsu la traitor Senator Stevens throws some light upon in an interview this morn as follows what of that bill of Rep resentative in tho house providing for a fourcent tax is more dangerous than tho Doran and is being held in to spring on if deemed Who is its real author It isnt is it enacting clauseof the which would have killed it for all every repub including Senator voted for the and every democrat voted against an attempt was make to run in a substitute for the Dorau prepared rfor the occasion in the secret demo cratic caucus previously referred and railroad it through the senate with a simplft rapid reading of it before that body by the Senator who saw In this move a democratic dodge to enable the democracy to go before his people with that bill as ah electioneering and fearing that these intriguers had designedly left a loophole in it which would render itvalueless to the upper penin sula in the arose in his place and in his own behalf and that of the entire upper against any such That gentlemansaid in effect that he was not yet ready to swallow with closed eyes a dose prepared for him and his people by a secret caucus composed of the whippersin and lobbylice of a party which had shown a deliberate intent from the outset to assassinate i His words createda terrible fluttering amohgthese same democratic and sent them rushing all over the sen ate to efface the evident impression made by that said Senator to the Tim Nester came to my seat and threatened He said Unit if I did not vote for that robbers to cram that dose down my neck without a would ruin me in the up per I told him to get and not to come to me or I would have him ejected from the senate by the I would have punched him myself on the said the doutthty little senator with flashing If I had not bnen restrained by my respect for the and the place I Stevens and the substitute for the Doran bill was postponed on motion of Senator every niember of the senate voting as the senate jonr nal It is now in the hands of the committees on The friends of the mining interests had gained a rNow mark the sequel angry and chagrined at being outwitted in their scheme to hoodwink thoupper and gain its vote for Charop and justly charging their discom fiture to Senator who had taken a train to after the adjourn to meet his Treasurer Tim Nester Maurice editor of the Lake Superior Dem at to wieak the vengeance upon Stevens with which Nester had previously r threatened him upon the Braas and Nester flooded the upper penln sula with addressed to miners and owners of every political asserting that Senator Stevens bad defeated the direct and then absented la proof of this we present the received hist Sat urday by Senator Flesheim March ToJoseph Biaaetad wires here has absented himself and defeated direct tax Wire me the facts Not content with the immaculate Maurice T twccolnnn press reiterating this damnable which was printed on the first page of the Lake Superioi Democrat with a doublercolumn display T1 with the following lines The Bottom Knocked Specific IteDeathBlow in the Kilted by Solid Demo Republicans Throw Cold I dont I will give you tho words of Senator for what they are I rode with him on the train last and in dis cussing the matter he told me that Maurice Finn told him that he Finn framed that bill This leaves a question of veracity be tween Wisner and which can be settled if any party is Senator Stevens will not deny the above and its sub stantial State Republi March POLITICAL Representative Munthe arrived here Monday from and has been in dustriously engaged ever since in laying political wires to capture the polls for Ihe democracy on Tuesday and Wednesday he superintendedthe dis tribution of several thousand copies of the Lake Superior a bour bon sheet of three months standing democrats are in pitnic and are trying to crawl out from under until after So Friday they idelinitely postponed the Thn republicans tried to have it killed But to this the democrats would not Such a summary disposal of it would stir up the democratic farmers they fooled last They have thus arranged to tell their dupes before the coming election that the bill will be passed before the session is while Tim Nester will carry the news to the upper peninsula people that the bill is This proceeds on the assumption that those who vote the democratic ticket cannot All Bessemer isnt for Neither Is Watorsmeet or And Marenisco will take a fall out of The Times Hurrah wasnt much of a success after Postponed is good killed would have been Tho democratic vote in Ciogebic coun ty is not largo enough to elect Murphy to tho unexplrcd term of judge of To bo elected ho must draw from tho strong republican majority which tho county has at Of course Murphy will try to court republicans who may feel like desert ing their It is tha duty of ovory republican to stand by the republican ticket all tho way Vols for Judge vote for Curtis WILL BUILD AN OPERA HOUSE A SCHEME PROPOSED FOR ELEGANT AN LIES GO A Miner Discusses the Postponement of the Doran Tax April Editor News I see the Times true to his democratic tries hard to throw dirt into the eyes of Gogebie miners by howling ilie Doran bill is killed Killed by democratic what if it is Was it not a dem ocratic child which you had to disown A Bonus of Two Thousand Dollars Nelson Sub mits a For the past few weeks tho proprie tors of the NewsRecord have been en deavoring to interest parties with capit al in the building of an opera house in this Propositions have been made which seem and the News Record takes pleasure in submitting them to its The parties agree to put up twelve to fifteen thousand dollar building to bo used exclusively for an opera A raised floor will be put in with opera chairs and two stage The Hlago will bo twentyfive to thirty fuel deep with thirty feet open ing at the Tho scenery will con sist of the beat singe number ing from twelve to fourteen The parquotto and dress circle will ho ar ranged to accommodate four or five hundred while the balcony and gallery will seat from two to threo making a seating capacity in all for from seven lo eight Tho most desirable lunation for the building is on West Aurora lots 18 and block In consideration of Iho expenditure of the amount stated above for such a pur the promoters of tho project ask Hint tho citizens of Iron wood give a bonus of toward the and that the lots mentioned be procured for them at a reasonable The following communication from Nelson explains itself GEORGE City Dear say you know of a party who will build an opera house here if ho can get some You also say he wants to locate on West Aurora I control lot block which 1 will turn over al twelve hundred and in addition subscribe two hundred and fifty dollnrs In cash or take 11 vo hundred CAMPAIGN Jiij the OJIce Doyles Busted One Doyle was an editor Of creditami A editor was Of famous Ironwooil Doyle In an hour of lusty pride Did cnltlvato a boom Until lie thought hed sweep the town As with a besom Alack I tliore a fateful Twaa April When Hilly Uoyle the Was elected And when the slurs came out at night In Doyles heart there was gloom The ballots kicked him slcy And busted was his CITY GOVERN THE published at Munthe saw that the papers were properly cir and when he saw that a store or residence was skipped by any one of the half dozen small boys in his the youngster was reprimanded and ordered to go over the ground A perusal of the Democrat revealed the secret of all this It was a aehemeof the Democrat State Central through the medium of the Tshpemiug organ and their to an tagonize the mine and rainersof the and if possible to secure their votes and support for the democrat state ticket at Mondays elec The Democrat contained two columns of the rankest democratic election that has ever dis glaced the columns of any Its tirade against Senator Stevens was un called and its statements concern ing his actions in the senate were lies of tho blackest and most villianniis na The Democrat says Senator Sevens will have a hard time to show how he opposed the repeal of the specific It is burning shame that the interest of his constituency and the other vast interests of Lake Superi or should thus bo sacrificed the traitorous action of the senator who ahpuld roost stal warily dejend The above is a fair sample of the Democrats loudmouthed The sumo traitorous Stevens is tho man who on Wednesday last secured the passage of the bill repealing the speci fic Tho bill passed tho senate on Wednesday on Senator Stevens and he hurled the He in the teeth ofthose ho have branded him as a traitor to pper peninsula Interests and as opposed o the repeal of the specific lax on iron The Democrats campaign and strangle yourselves It is not plain what credit your party deserves in this oven if your report was But it is not 1 he Doran bill is not Every publican member of the senate voted dollars In stock of a to kill it when they supported the Thjs proposition must be accepted be motlon tostrikeonttheenactingclausp every democratic member voted in fav or of NOT killing it when they opposed that The democratic majority in the sen ate have simply postponed action on the bill till after and that is a long way from killing the We up here know full well what our dear democratic friends of the lower penin sula are They want our votes and they want them but they dare not kill this as the bulk of their party in the lower part of the state are for So they simply POST PONE action on the hoping in this manner to fool miners into voting their and yet leave themselves in shape to take up the bill after In this manner the democratic leaders think they can play Good Lord and Good ievil lo both Up here they will claim they have killed the among the grangers theyll insist it IIHS only been laid aside tem and between both they hope to deceive enough voters tocarry their up here that kind of de ception will not Our people want that bill killed dead as a doornail We dont propose to tally or promises in this want straight The every one of have gone boldly on record in favor of killing the The democrats are bolting half not daring to break with either Men and voters of Gogebic what party is your true frlemiy Rally to the side of your open men who stand up in broad and before the whole denouncing this Doran bill as unjust and outrag and who back up these assertions by voling to kill the simply it till after Vote with your and stiind by the republican ticket to a man A Patricks Chump Dorau for Chump Doran for Chump Doran tiy night and by day for me Wherever 1 Chief Theyre causing me troubles not u With republicans smiling and my fellows kick 1 think nf Judge Buck I think of a tho woes of a man who for office Is And the sorrow of him who for votes goos a gunning I explain to the miners that lloranB tho That his tweutycenttuxbill Is only a Dut at night when Im home In the gloom of my I wish that Chump Urnunworn laid on deposit In the graves of his fathers many moons t suffered from this awful Irontux The Doran bill I Will drive me to Ami lay my polltlial fortunes down A Terrible Tale of A political scheme at Lansing Listen to a tale of woe This scheme was planned by too what u tale of woe And so this little schemelet grew Till Stevens snapped It right In And fooled the not a Uoo boo hoo Oh Isnt this a lale of woeJ The political hue took a darkgreen Vour oar for a wall of When Stevens and his trusty Lets pause for u bale of tow Wiped tho floor with Strong and Got back at Jay Maurice and By carrying the substitute tux bill Boo boo how 1 Its a terrible tale of ROYALTIES TOO Advantages of Marquette County Mines Over Those of Dickerman and Major of the jogebic were in Ishpeming Tuesday and Wednesday of this The formei is general manager of the properties of the Penokee Gogebio Develop ment owners of the Aurora uneombe ig unworthy notice by intel gent It reveals the degraded methods to which it will resort to mako Milltical Here is another sanv ile of the Democrats black lies Had It not been for Senator a the specific tax law would e stricken from our statute The action in the senate on Wednes when Senator Stevens motion for the repeal of the specific tax law was places this last lie in the face of Jay Maurice the the who at the investigation of Democrat State Central com mitteevpablished the rot far and wide this peninsula for political JayMauYieej ajuighty big suc cess aa a writer of but The people county can and the returns are an nounced you will find that Lord Good Devil dont go iii this Before the election last fall the demo crats agreed to transfer taxes of the lower peninsula to the shoulders of the miners in the upper Senator Doran brought in a bill for the This aroused such indhj nation is the peninsula that the and other important the latter has the manage ment of the Hope In i conversation with these gentlemen they said the old companies of the Marquette range had a decided advantage over the companies opera ting on the The latter hm high royalties to high railroad high lake and were han dicapped in the race for a prpfitablr market as compared to Ishpeming am and other big mines in this field The companies in Ishpeming had no royalties to had less rail freight and as many of them owned and op erated their own lake the were in shape to enjoy a reasonable profit when the miner of Gogebic could not make a Royalties were far too and in times of de ore May and some guarantee given that your party means Sery If the which belongs to a promin ent business man next to Nelsons can lie secured for the same figure there is no question but that the deal can be carried There is not a citizen but can afford lo do something lo assist this For the Guidance of Election I The attorneygeneral having decided that the election law of 1889 applied to the forthcoming spring seeing that some state officers were to be and had directed that booths be used and the state ticket furnished under instructions from the of clerk of Calumet in order to name the proper time for the opening of the polls in his election telegraphed to the attorneygeneral for instructions upon and In reply received the which speaks for STATK nv ATTOHNEY GENERALS March Fred Red DEAR isklng at what time the polls open at his spring is received and should open at seven oclock in the or as soon thereafter is may and close at live oclock in the Section Act of the Session Laws of I presume your question is asked on iicoount of the discrepancy between the township meeting law Uowells section 104 and the general election law above As we vote for both local olllcera and stute officers at the same I think the general law would There might be some question about the right to vote the township ticket before nine Hard luck for Don and and too Political whiskeiH the wind blew Boo hoo hoo Jay Maurice FlnnH name Is Mudd t Doyles Monday Evening The shades of night were fulling fast AH along the streets one Doyle panned He Hnlclcered at the snow and Ice And muttered in sepulchral voice 1 told you LOOKS LIKE A SHORT oclock I am of the opinion that after the polls are any ticket to be voted at said might be Interesting Letter on Mining Topics from The editor of the Ashland Daily News on Monday received the following letter from a gentleman whom the News says is entirely The letter appears in Tuesdays paper Ohio March Editor of the Daily ing the ore outlook at this it is very At present there about tons of different ores at Lake Erie port and only iibout twenty cars per day are being Many furnaces areshut Last year at this time there were only about tons on the No charters for the cgming season are as yet The present rates for lake tonnage are 90 cents to Committees representing parties in terested in the ore traffic report the noo essity for a substantial rerliicti cost of ore Laaf cents per ton was This thought the price will not go al Brokers and vessel owners are opinion that the market will take this year from to tons from all the rangesThe output will it is exceed the latter Coal rates for Lake Superior ports will go frpm 40 to 50 cents per The Marine association have decided not to leave Lake ports until about the 15th of at Lake Su perior ports the latter part ofMay for grain or This will make the beginning of the ore season The month of April and most of May will be Possibly the fleet will sail earlier but at this writing It la It will be seen that the conditions are not pleasant for the railway If the business picks up later in the Kehoe was at Negamipe several days this Attend tho mass mcoling opera house this McLeod went to Chicago Wednes day evening on a business and of are the guests of Miss Celia Loomisof Enu is tho guest of Loomis of this The Choato Dramatic company opens a weeks engagement at Pierce a opera house Monday got homo from Lansing Monday and will remain until aftjr election Accordingto the law of the polls will open at seven oclock Monday morn Ing and close at five in thn Theo Chonte Dramatic company al Plerces opera house every night next Popular 20 and 80 if von do not rngistei you cannot Tho construction oi new wards requires a new and com plete judgeof probate o Untouagou was in ironwooe this on a visit to his daughtei Last a perfec It whs the sore of a day tha made a man wonder why the robbin werent attending to Married at Ironwood on March b Miss Mary Olsoi and John and Miss Fredrik Liljestrom and Jacob John formerly wit Erickson now of Filleld was shaking hands with friends in thi city during the Ilrst of the Senator John Stevens will ai rive homo this and will bo present and will speak al tho mass meet ing at the opera house this Tho electric and doused at twelve oclock Tuesday The tailure of the water company to keep up a water supply is given as the cause of the It took a column and a half space of tho Mining Journal of Tuesday to toll what a magnificent success the charity ball proved to which was hold at Marquette Monday Over six hundred people were The following gentlemen attended tho Easter services of the Ashland Knights Templar on Sunday last Dicker Pent Virgil Will Although the fashion reporter of this great family journal has not inspected any of the numerous displays of hosiery at Ironwoods popular dry goods em still he has observed that of the spring displays seen on Suffolk and Aurora streets this black predomi stripes seem to be in fair Tho Ironwood Store company has an announcement in todays paper that is of great Interest to tho This old and reliable firm Inaugurates a spec lal sale on Monday of jackets and wraps they are offering a drive in many and a careful perusal of their announcement is sure to be of Interest to intending Cal McCarthy of Jersey and OF CANDIDATES WILLING TO BE The Result of Thursday Evenings in Nearly All of the Tho convention to nominate candi dates for city offices was held at the uty hall Thursday The fol owing is tho result j For Trebllcock William Doyle City John Shea scattering Peterson Olson Justice of the Rule Kelly John Mililron School two j NolBon scattering School ono j Prout Helps Con Geaiy scattering Thoro twentyfour delegates In the and it requited but one ballot to nominate each or tho candl THK FULL NOMINATE For For city For city A For justice of the four William School two School one viuwr WAun t John man two John S15CON1 WAII Frank Ilealy alderC man two Olio E Kaiste con John WARP Day alileiman Sutherland Olson the Boston colored scrap fought Tuesday night at In the twentysecond round McCarthy went and Dixon persuaded him to stay there until the refereedeclared the colored lad the Sixty members of the New York legislature were present at the The caucus held in the Second Ward was one of the legally voted At it would only be an and irregular ties by the board would not vitiate the Calumet pression they stood directly in the way of a Royalties ranged from 25 to 50 too high by and while the owner of the fee could depend upon a large the op erator of the mine could not always secure The latter have to take all the the former It certainly is a fact that the royal ties upon ores in all the fields 9f the Lake Superior region are too high by one and it would be a great benefit to all concerned were they reduced by that muchOf course as long as men will pay the excessive rate asked there will be no and the beat way to secure right price is for all to remain idle until reason able options will be tag Iron Mace to the Electors pf the Second March A rumor having been circulated on the to the effect that I have pledged myself to support the construc tion of a bridge across the Wisconsin Central and Lake Shore tracks at Nor folk I take this means of most emphatically denying I have in no shape or manner pledged my self to any person In the bridge or any other and if elected in the com ing to represent the Second act for the best interest of the and and should the matter come up in council will act on the merits of the Your obedient Word was received at Ashland urday that filings by mail on the Oma ha forfeited will be thrown open for settlement April will not be William acting land commissioner of the general land is authority for the announce The question is one that decides the matter or falling is labor will be located everywhere and hard to A busy closing sea son is not an unmixed Sep tember weather is and de tentions are which make the ore business expensive anddifficult to I have given you the prospects as they appear to without color Sincerely Do not forget the Good Templars festival this evening in Scandinavian The following is the program Festen oppnas af Gustafson Sang SangKrenlngen Norden Deklanmtion Sophie Johnson Duett Anna och Carl Pfeil Tal John Emmereon Sang Sangroreningen Norden Deklumation Nils Olson Anna Pfeil Tal Otto Blander Sang Sangforeningen Norden Daklamation Gustafson Auktion a korgar AUezuzammen af blandadt Admission only twentyfive The amendments to the city charter render it absolutely necessary that every voter in the city should register ever held in the The obtained by the fairest ballot and regis Kvery one of the 219 votes oast was by a Ward Two Chair man Goodmnd did his work and method should be adopted at every caucus hereafter held in the The only contest in the ward was for as follows Otto K Karste Mace John Welch MunthfXwlll be given an oppor tunity at miSdB meeting this ihg at the opera hi to repeat Ills denunciation of SenatoMijjavens action on the repeal of the specific tax Stevens will be If our worthy democratic friend is sincere in his tirade against a ouBslon of the matter would tend to the public mind aright on this interest Ing Free discussion is good for tho and the NewsRecord hopes Munthe will be present and ex plain the repeal of the specific tax law from a democratic Club gave the first of the third series of dances at Nelsons hall Tues day It being the first of the postlenten the attendance was Whitesides Holemos orches tra furnished Among those present were and and and FOUIIT1 Willians two Peter Swanson consi FIFTH May nldeimnn George Brewer aldeunan William constable Richard SIXTH Unit alderman two Ola Thoro is practically no opposition to William Troblicock for Tho spasmodic editor of Billy announced himself 64 Wednesday f All Fools Day as a candi but it is intended onlyaa a joke on John Shea and John JSvans will furnish an interesting Contest for tha Charles Peterson and Olson will go before the vot ers for recognition for city IColly Is a candidate for reele6 tion as justice of tho lie formidable opponent in In tho First Ward a lively contest promised between John Mullen and An ton Roat for but thoro will probably be no opposition to Messrs Taylor and The contest aldermanlc supremacy in the Ward will bo fought out between Maca and Otto John Welch having There alsej rumors of opposition to Day supervisor in tho Third Ward and Bj Williams in the it is hoped that the parties who uru endeavoring KMS stir up a contest Will Withdraw Peter Conley will try oB elusions with Otto Isaacson for stable In the Third and Lowney will hustle after Qle Severs in the Sixth The heard of no other IBONWOtJD For John MorarlatL township John Richards Emauuel Stephens justice oft full Gust Anderson just pf the peace to fill David Bn nen justioo tot the peace to highway commlSsion overseer highwa Swanberg school Inspeotpr Stewart nohool i to Hll G Anderson years on boardof for ono year on board of D Cal ehann Edward Democratic Method of When the Doran bill came up In the senate last Senator Milnos moved to strike out tho enacting This was a terrible blow to the demo Their caucus iigroeraent bouna hem to kill the bill and now they fouif tuynselves confronted with a kill Unmade by a republican with U to Vote for J be killed in thfWmwL tho TPP would get tho tamentary and and and and and the Misses Nel Campbell Davis Fehr come to the front again this week with nearly a full page of facts for the shoppers of Ironwood and the adjacent This magnificent finery and dry goods emporium is unexcelled in the and the critical buyer ia as well pleased with purchases made there as if they were made in Milwaukee or The beautiful Davis Fehr block at the corner of Suffolk and Au rora is a monument to the en terprifae and pluck of these hustling young business The announce ment which appears on the hist page o todays naper Is is well worth even if you tire not a purchaser of womans fineries and fix tf lines motion to strike s clause was the vote tcf kill the Boston of LMPleshlei Mftnes Sabln Stevens Wheeler Holcu and all dentf Senator Park postpjmcT he mig when it was put to a yd uept Benson Br for The the democratic Doran Sti this for appolpt Should our The i office
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