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Interstate News Record (Newspaper) - April 4, 1891, Ironwood, Michigan > ■    I-, i HALF? SHEET. INTERSTATE NEWS-RECORD. VOLUME 5. NUMBER 50. IRONWOOD, GOGEBIC COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE BOLD POLITICAL ASSASSINS, EXPOSE OF A SCHEME TO KILL" SENATOR STEVENS. Tim Nester, ex Greenbacker. ex-Pro- hibitionist, ex-Fusionist but now a Bourbon, is the Assailant. Kver since the foul Riot of the democracy to ruin the upper peninsula for political gain was first sprung in the present legislature, Lake Superior has had no more earnest, intelligent aud effective champion of her interests than Senator John ll. I). Stevens of Ironwood. Ile has ever lieen an uncompromising enemy to any and every man and measure that, threatened the welfare of that section, and has spared neither labor nor expense to crush them. No session of the senate has found him absent, save when illness or imperative duty in other directions forced him to vacate Ids seat. When, in persuance of a scheme to hoodwink the voters of the upper peninsula, a democratic caucus decided to kill the Doran bill, and the matter was brought up by them in Hie senate, and Hie republican Senator Millies, from Hie seventh district, moved to strike out tile enacting clause of Ute bill, which would have killed it for all time, every republican, including Senator Stevens, voted for tile motion, and every democrat voted against it. When an attempt was make to run in a substitute for tile Doran bill, prepared for the occasion in tile secret democratic caucus previously referred to, and railroad it through the senate with a simple rapid reading of it liefore that lindy by the secretary, Senator Stevens, who saw in this move a democratic dodge to enable the democracy to go before his people with that bill as an electioneering document, and fearing that these intriguers had designedly left a loop-hole in it. which would render it valueless to the upper peninsula in the end, arose in his place and protested, in Ins own behalf and that of the entire upper peninsula, against any such action. That gentleman said in effect that he was not yet ready to swallow with closet! eyes a dose prepared for him ami his people by a secret caucus composed of the leaders, whippers-in and lobby-liee of a party which had shown a deliberate intent from the outset to assassinate them. Ills words created a terrible buttering among these same democratic satellites, and sent them rushing all oyer the senate to efface the evident impression made by Uiat protest. “Why,” salt! Senator Stevens, to tile writer, “Tim Nester came to my seat and threatened me. He said that if I did not vote for that substitute—permit those robbers to cram that (lase down my neck without a whimper—he would ruin me in the ‘up* l»er country.’ I told him to get out, and not to come to me again, or I would have lulu ejected from the senate by the sergeant-at-arms. I would have punched itim myself, on the spot,” said tile doughty little senator with (lashing eyes, “lf I had not lieen senate chamber by a democratic lobbyist, and distroy, at one fell swoop, the hard-earned reputation of a young man, than whom the upper peninsula has no stronger champion, liecause forsooth, he could neither be humbugged, cajoled, nor frightened from his fidelity to his people, by a junta of democratic swashbucklers. For this has Senator Stevens been deluged, for two days with telegrams from frightened constituents. I^et them possess their souls in peace. Senator Stevens is no traitor. That he did right is now proven by the open threats of the democrats, that if the upper peninsula “goes back” on Champlin they will give them the Kirk hill, which is even more Infamous than Doran's. Who framed that Kirk hill, now lying in the house? Was It an up|ier peninsu-la traitor? Senator Stevens throws some light upon it, in an Interview this morning, as follows: “Senator, what of that bill of Representative Kirk, in t he house providing for a four-cent tax?" “it is more dangerous than the Doran bill, and is being held iii reserve, to spring on us, if deemed advisable,'’ “Who is its real author? It isn’t Kirk, is it?” democrats are in panic aud are trying to crawl out from under until alter election. So Friday they idetinitely postponed Hie bill. The republicans tried lo have it killed outright. Hut to this the democrats would not consent. Such a summary disposal of it would stir up the democratic farmers they fooled last fall. They have thus arranged to tell their dupes before the coming election that the bill will be WILL BLTI.!) AN OPERA HOUSE A SCHEME PROPOSED FOR ELEGANT THEATER. AN Bonus of Two Thousand Dollars Waiited.-Mr. E. D. Nelson Submits a Proposition. For the past few weeks tho proprietors of the News-Record have been en- |.aas...l before Hie session is over, while j doavod „ B to lnu ,. t . st wU| , it . Tim Nester will cany the new. to the L, t|w bandh* of an opera house in upper peninsula people that the bill is j c j. dead. This proceeds on the assumption that those who vote the democratic ticket cannot read.—Detroit Journal (Iud).    * * All Bessemer isn't for Murphy opei Propositions have been made I which seem reasonable, aud the News- J Record takes pleasure in submitting ! them to its readers. The parties agree I to put up a twelve to fifteen thousand- Neither is Waters.!   or Wakelield. I‘l« ll nr iMiUdliag bi bo used exelusively for And    Marenisco will take a fall out of an °>* Ma hl,UH0 ' A ,aised «*** will 1» j ( j m    to(>    ^    put iii with opera chairs anti two stage The Time*' “Hurrah” wasn't much of a success after all. “Postponed” is good j T —but “killed” would have )>een hatter. The democraticrote iii Gogebic county is not large enough to elect Mr. Murphy to the unexpired term of judge of probate. To be elected he must draw from tho strong republican majority boxes, T’he stage will Is- twenty-five to thirty feet deep with t hirty feet opening ut the front. The scenery will consist of tho tn-st stage settings, ii urn taring from twelve to fourteen sets. The parquette and dress circle will Is* arranged to accommodate four or five hundred people, while tho balcony and gallery will scat from two to three you the words of Senator Wisner, for what they are worth. I rode with him on the train last Monday, and ill dismissing the matter lie told me that J. Maurice Finn told him that he (Finn) framed that bill himself.” This leaves a question of veracity be* tween Messrs. Stevens, Wisner and Finn, which can easily la* settled if any party is aggrieved. Senator Stevens will not deny the als»ve interview, and Its su)»-stantial truth.—lansing State Republican, Tuesday, March SI, UMH. location for the *t, (lots CAMPAIGN LAYS. Hi/ Hie OJftc, Pole. Doyle's Busted Boom. Ona Doyle was an editor of “creditaud renown." A sweUed-head editor was he Of famous ironwood town. Doyle in an hour of lusty pride Did cultivate a boom Until he thought he’d sweep the town As with a besom broom. Alack! there came a fateful day ’Twas Monday, April six -When Billy Doyle the editor, Was elected mayor?—well, nix. And when the stars came out at night In Doyle's heart there was gloom: The ballots kicked Ulm sky high, Aud busted was his Intone which the county lins at present, of ! hundred, making a seating capacity in course Mr. Murphy Will try to court »H Tor from seven to eight hundred. “Personally, I don't know. I will give ^publicans who may tee I like desert-1 Tho most ,lmi lug their ticket. It is the duty of every building is on West Aurora st, republican to stand bv the republican I* ,,ml 16) bloek 21. ticket all the way down. Vote forjudge    In consideration of t In* expenditure of Montgomery, vote for ( urtis Buck. ! th « u,mmnt ***** oho ™ f “ r * ueh l’ ul " |xme, tie* promoters of tin* project ask ! LIES DON’T GO!    | that the citizens of I con wood give a Inning “A Miner ” Discusses the Postponement of    toward    the    scheme,    and    that    j of the Doran Tax Bill.    ’ the Iota mentioned lie procured for them i Ironwood, April I.—[Editor News- at reasonable figure. The following Record].—I see Hie I hues editor, trim | eomimraleation from Mr. K. D. Nelson < POLITICAL POINTERS. Representative Munthe arrived here Monday from Lansing, and has been industriously engaged ever since in laying imliticnl wires to capture the pollster the democracy on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday he superintended the distribution of several thousand copies of the l^tke Su|terior Demis'nit, a bourbon sheet of three months' standing published at Ishpeming. Mr. Munthe saw that the (tapers were properly eir-culated, and when he saw that a store or residence was skipped by any one of the half dozen small boys in his employ, the youngster was reprimanded and ordered to go over the ground again. A perusal of the I* S. Democrat revealed the secret of all this diligence. It was a scheme of the Democrat State Central committee, through the medium of the Uh joining organ ami their agent, Munthe, to antagonize tin* merchants, mine operators, and miners’of tho city, and if possible to secure their votes aud support for the democrat state ticket at Monday's election. The L. H. Democrat contained two columns of the rankest, democratic election buncombe that lias ever (dis) graced the columns of any paper. Its to ids democratic Instinct, tries hard to ,    ,    ,    .... throw dirt into Hie eves of Uogehic I explains itself: miners by howling: “'Inc Doran bill is GKO ROK It. I’kahi.kk, Esq*.. City: killed! Killed bv democratic votes.” j Dear Sir:—You say you know of a Well, what if it is? Was it not a deal- party who will build tm opera house ocratio child which yon hail to disown hare if he can get,some encouragement, aud strangle yourselves? It is not . j You alsosav he wants to binate on West plain what credit your party deserves Aurora street. I control lot 14, Mock in this operation, even if your report -m whi( . h ] wi u tul .„ over at twelve was true.    hundred    i    is    12uo) dollars, and in addition Hut unfortunately, it is not true. J lie tirade against Senator Stevens was unrestrained by my respect for the lindy, J called for, and its statements concern* and the place i was in.” Mr. Stevens’ ing ids actions in the senate were lies protest prevailed, and the substitute for of the blackest and most yHHanogs halite Doran bill was postponed on motion I lure. The L. S. Democrat says Dolan lull is not “killed,” Every republican member of Hie senate voted to “kill” it wilco they supported the motion to strike out Hie enacting clause; every democratic member voted in favor of not killing it when they opposed that motion. The democratic majority iii Hie senate have simply postponed action on Hie lull till after election, and that is a long way from “ killing “ the bill. We <“« secured for the same figure there here know full wen what our dear is no question Hut that the deal eau be subserilie two hundred aud fifty (*tti550) duller* in cash or take the hundred ! (♦odd) dollars Iii the stock of a company. This proposition must be accepted before May I, and some guarantee given Unit your party menus business. Yery truly, E. I), Nelson. | lf Hi** lot which belongs to a premia-1 cut bushless man next to Mr, Nelson's Patrick’s Soliloquies, Chump Dorati for dinner, Chump Dotun for tea. Chump Do in n tty niirht and by day for me Wherever I go. Chief Krldlouder, too They’re eanstng me troubles not a few. With republicans smiting and my fellows kick tug, When I think of Judge Buck I think of a licking. Oh, t he woes of a man who for office Is running, And the sorrow of him who for votes goes a gunning’ I “explain” to the miners that Doran's the stuff, That his twenty-cent tax-blll Is only a bluff Hut at night when I’m home Iii the gloom of my closet I wish that Chump Doran were laid on deposit lit the graves of Ids fathers many moons ago, I’.re I suffered from this awful Iron tax woe. The Doran bill I think, Will drive me to drink, And lay my political fortunes down low. I’ C M PH V A Terrible Tale of Woe A political scheme ai Lansing glen Listen to a tale of w*»e; This scheme was planned by democrats, too-Wow, wow, w hat a tale of woe; Aud so this little schemelet grew TIU Stevens snapped It right In two, And folded the bourbons, not a few, Boo boo, bon boo’ Oh’ Isn’t lids a tale of woe? The political hue took a dark green bitte — Vour ear for a wail of tow, When Johnnie Stevens and his trusty cie** Let s pause for a bale of tow; Wiped the fbsir with (Strong and Donut hoo 1 Hot back at Jay Maurice and Nester, Psi, My carrying the substitute tax bill thru’, lits! hew, Ink) hew I It’s a terrible tale of woe CITY LOCAL. Rev. Fr. Kehoe was at Negaunee several days this week. Attend the muss meeting at Fierce’a opera house this evening. Dr McLeod went to Chicago Wednesday evening on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Rentz. of Clintonville, Wis., are the guests of Mrs. E. A. Harrow. WOULD GOVERN THE HTY. LIST OF CANDIDATES WILLING TO BE SOLONS. ! The Result of Thursday Evening’* 1 Convention. Contests in Nearly All of the Wards The convention to nominate candi-Miss Celia Loomis of Eau Claire,Win., dates for city offices was held at the is the guest of her brother, E. C. Loomis city hall Thursday evening. The fol-of this city.    I    lowing is the result: Tile Choate Dramatic company opens For mayor \\ illiaiu Frebtloock lift, a week's engagement at Pierce's opera William Doyle I. house Monday evening.    City recorder—John Evans hi, John Hon. L. W. Munthe got, home from J-Shea i, scattering I. Lansing Monday evening, aud will I censurer < buries A. i etersou -J, remain until aft-r election day.    chaa.    Olson    I. Acconlinftto th., law of NWI), th.. ,„ll,    “T’k"    WI    'XI    MH.SJ-    ’ will ™n.t    „VI...I, Mouth,, mot'll-    .Lh,, big and close at five in the afternoon. N<>U)n , H ^tiering * Theo C noate Dramatic company at ■ School itmpoctor, one year-'William Pierce a opera house every night next    m,    K.    A.    Helps    *».‘Con Geni i X week. Popular prices, IO, tiff and JIO h ,. H tiering ii. cents.    Thoro were twenty-four delegates In Remember, if von do not register j the convention, and it required hut'on*' you cannot vote. Tin* construction of ballot to nominate each of tin* eandi-new wards requires a new and complete registration. A. A. Parker, judge of probate of; Ontonagon county, was in ironwood this week, on a visit to ids daughter j Mrs. E. (I. Emmons. Last Sunday—Easter—was a perfect day. It was Hie sort of a day that made a man wonder why Hie robbins weren’t attending to business. Married at Ironwood on March IJH, tty Rev. J. W. Eloheimo, Miss Mary Olson TRK KULL NOMINATED TIC KKT. For mayor—William Tiebilcock. For city recorder—Min Evans. For city treasurer elms, \ Peterson. For justice of tin* peace, four years, -William J, Rule. School inspector, two yearn Johti Nelson. School inspector, one year William Proof. KI HST WAUD. Supervisor, John ll. Taylor; aide®* and John Lindquist, and Miss Frcdrlka man two y ears, John Mullen;constable, IJljeatroin and Jacob Westberg. John Waldron, formerly with Erickson & Emmons, now of Fifield, was shaking hands with friends in this city during the first of tim week. SWM tor John ll. I). Stevens will arrive home this afternoon, and will tie present and will speak at the mass meeting at tho opera house this evening. The electric lights—residence and street—were “doused" at twelve o'clock ! D. ii. Sullivan. HK! UXI) WAUD. Supervisor, Frank A. Healy; alder* man two years, Otto E. Karate; constable, John Johnson. IMI HD WAUD. Supervisor. J. D. Day; alderman two years. D. E. Sutherland; alderman one year, (ins. Olson; constable, Otto F. IsaacKoii. KOU RTM tv AHD, Supervisor, K. ll. Williams; alderman Tuesday evening. The failure of the!two years, Peter Swanson; comsiHljle, water company to keep up a water T. T. Eddy, supply is given as the cause of Hie    fifth    w ard. shut-down.    Supervisor.    F.W.    May; alder'man tiro' years, George Brewer*, alderman one up democratic friends of Hie lower penile «., trr ioU through siila are after. They want our votes In and they want them bad, lint they dare not “ kill ” tIlls bill, as Hie bulk of their party iii Hie lower part of Hie state are for it So they simply post* i*onk aetion oil Hie bill, Imping in this manner to fool miners into voting their ticket, and yet leave themselves in shape to take up the bill after election. There is not a citizen but can afford to do something to assist this project. For the Guidance of Election Inspectors. The attorney-general having decided Hint Hie election law of ISHII applied to Hie forthcoming spring election,! Hard luck fur Don it and Campoo, Hosford, Krldlender, and Mum he. pat! R«)lltk'til whiskers the wind blew thro', Him) hon, boo boo! .la) Maurice Klim's name Is Mudd’ Doyle’s Monday Evening Reflections. The shades of ulght aero falling fast As along the streets one Doyle passed; He snickered at the snow and lee And muttered In sepulchral voice *• I told you so." LOOKS LIKE A SHORT SEASON It took a column and a half s|Mtce of tho Mining Journal of Tuesday to tell what a magnificent success tho charity ball proved to lie, which was held at Maruuette Monday evening. Over six hundred people were present. The following gentlemen attended tin* Easter services of the Ashland Knights Templar on Sunday last: A. I* Dioker-man, Goo. Brewer,.!. W. Mercer, J. H Taylor, Polit Mitchell L. L....... veal - , William Tlcunas; constable, Richard Jeffreys. stx rn WAUD. Supervisor, M W. Hurt; alderman two years, D. It. Bundy; ('mutable, Ole Severson. There is prac .ioaliy no opposition ta Mr. William Trebllcock for mayor. The “ spasmodic ” editor of the. Advocate, Billy Doyle, “ announced *’ himself on Interesting Letter on Mining Topics from Cleveland. Season's Prospects. Tile e.liloi ut the Ashland Daily Iii tins manner Hie democratic leaders .seeing that some .state officers were to News on Monday received the following think they’call play “Good Lord and i*. el**utf*(l, and had directed that letter from it gentleman whom Hie Good Devil Lo both sides, i n here ^     (    ^    .    ticket    News says is entirely unbiased. Tile they will claim they have killed Hie '     1,1,1    1,11    Kl1,1 *    anneals iii TiiMidav’a nutlet” bill—down among (lie grangers they'll j furnished under instructions from the ; ('Loveland, Ohio March ii*. 1891.— insist it bas only been laid aside tem- juan Massy oi state, the clerk cf Calumet | Editor of the’Daily News]. - Regard- the ore oui look at this end. it is discouraging. At present there are about l.nffff.OlM) tons of different maist ii uhs only ueen lam annie leiu- seeress* V OI slate, the clerk or Calumet I Edit porarily, and lief ween both tliev hope township, in order to name Hie proper mg I to deceive enough voters to carry their .. V.    „ ,    ’    <  v 2i., ticket, Hut up bere that kind of de- tune tor the opening of the polls in his St a ck or Mi on to an. Attorney General s Oh ii k. Lansing, March 19th, IWR. J Fred Mackenzie, Esq , Red Jacket, nr Monitor Park    every    member of the I    "Menatoi*    Stevens    will have a    hard    I Gogebic countv, what party is your    Mich.: Dear Hi*—Your telegram, of Senatoi I ark,    every    mewm i or tm |    Senate!    Stew us    wm jaave^n    nain    ^     to the sidt , of your    , askillg at what tjme lhe po „ 9 ope|l at fearless, open defenders—the men who     l |,j s }jp nmt election, is received and up ception will not work. Our people want that lull killed, killed dead as a door-nail! We don’t propose to take taffy or promises iii lins matter we want. .straight work. Tile repiTblicans, every one of them. have gone boldly on record iii favor of killing the measure. The democrats are bolting half way, not daring to break with either side. Men and voters election notice, telegraphed to the ores at I .ake Erie port docks, and attorney-general for instructions upon only about twenty cars per day are thai subject, aud in reply received the tieing moved. Many fiirniisM are shut following, which speaks for itself.    down. Last year at this time tlieie senate voting “ave," as Hie senate jour- time to show lion lie opjs mil allows lr is .mu in Hic bunds or oft be speoitie tex, it i»a burning sham.; rial allows. It is now ut the nan is , lha1 tllt ,     0 f    his    constituency    and committee on taxation. I lie' m    ‘    I the committee on friends of Hie mining interests had gallied a victory. Now mack tile sequel: Retiring, angry and chagrined at tieing outwitted in their scheme to iusslwink the upper peninsula, and gain its vote for Champlin. and justly charging their discomfiture to Senator Stevens, who had taken a train to Mackinaw, after the adjournment, to meet his family, Treasurer the other vast interests of iaike Superior should thus lie sacrificed through the traitorous action of tile senator who stand up iii broad day, and before Hie . whole world, denouncing this Doran ‘ au bill as infamous, unjust and outrag-oiiH, and who back up these assertions tty voting to kill Hie bill— mil simply Saturday evening, ‘ lid HrtuuOail, Tim Neuter and J. Maurice. ’    7^ T t a I IX .. who have branded hun us a traitor to Finn, editor of tho laike Superior Dem-. I    .    I    J J A . I    At    ny V HvHIU IAI Fill* mr. MI * J nut .TU til pl J rihmiUl num I still warily u^fimu them. J    till    Hft^r    election,    Yotv The alsive is a fair sample of tho f# with yoni friends, and stand by the S. Democrats loud-mouthed ranting. I repul.iicHii ticket to a , »«i»* The some “traitorous” Stevens is the;    ------- - INpit. man who on Wednesday last secured th® | ROYALTIES TOO HIGH. (Kishagt* of the bill repealing the sjasd- j Advantages of Marquette County Mines tic tex. Tile bill passed the senate on j    Over Those of Gogebic. Wednesday on Senator Stevens’ motion, ^ Messrs. A. I*. Dirkerman and Major and he hurled Hie Re In the teeth ofthosc IM- W, Burt, of the (Jogel.ic range. were only alsmt ikJtl.OffO tons on the (ha-ks. No charters for the cerning season are as yet effected The present rates for lake tonnage are RO cents to $1. (Committees representing parties in-terested iii Ute ore traffic report the necessity for a HiibstanUai reductio 'n the cost 'of ore trimming. I.ast^^ rn .'ll cents per ton was paid. This^^^ J t is Lib .I,oulJ op.,, at mn o'clock In I     Pr "*    "'N'    * Hic toicnoon. a, ii. soon there.riel nickel, cml vessel owner, .re of III. ____      ... as may lie, aud close at live o’clock in opinion that Ute market will take this i every caucus hereafter held iii the city. Ute afternoon. (Section 4, Act ISM, of year from A,OOO,OOO to 6,000,000 tons I The only contest in Hie ward was for Hie Session l^iws of I we n    i onlv, from all the ranges’ The output! alderman, as follows: Otto E. Karste '    j wU1 not |t jH , a ,„ evH , exoepd u , e | ntU xr I «t, Robt. E. Mace 7o, John J. Welch A7, figures.    .scattering) t oal rates tor 1-Jtke Superior |torts j    Munthexwill    be    givon an oppor- will go from 40 to off cents per ton.     1    -    ...    et ir, Pent Mitchell, \ irgil Hewes, w',A,u‘Hd'nv I All I-ihiI’h linvl a ctutdt- , . .'w!fi h )’ jH, 111 *'    '•    "S SIt I, [nU n.lell oSv »i^ Iampe, Will L. Winslow.     otl Billy. John J. Shea ami John Evans Although the fashion reporter of tills wit! furnish an interesting mutest for great family journal has not inspected tho recordership, diaries A. Peterson any of the numerous displays of hosiery , and Chaa, Olson will go before the vot-at ironwood’* popular dry goods em* I era for recognition for city treasurer, purl urns, still he has observed that of Goo. F. Kelly Is a candidate for re-elec-the spring displays seen on Suffolk and i tion as justice of the pence. Re has a Aurora streets this week, black predoud- formidable opponent in Win. Rule, nates—althougli strijies seem to be in In the First Ward a lively contest is fair demand.    promised between John Mullen and An- The Ironwood Store company has an ton Boat for alderman, but there will announcement In today’s |*aper that is probably is* no opposition to Messrs of great interest to tile ladies. This I Taylor and Sullivan. The contest for old and reliable firm inaugurates a spec- aldermanic supremacy in the Second ini sale on Monday of jackets and wraps Ward will bo fought out between Robt, - in fact, they are offering a drive in j E : Mace and Otto E. Karate, John 4* bv ar many lines, and a careful perusal of their announcement is sure to is* of Interest to intending purchasers. Gal McCarthy of Jersey city, aud (leo. Dixon, Hie Huston colored scrapper, fought Tuesday nigtit at Troy, N. Y. In Ute twenty-second round McCarthy went down, and Dixon “persuaded'’ bim to stay there until the referee declared the colored lad Hie Welch having withdrawn. There aro rumors of opposition to J. I). Day aa supervisor in the Third Ward and E. B Williams in tie* Fourth, but it is hiq>ed that ti*.* i met ins who aru endeavoring to stir up a contest will withdraw their opposition. Fetor Conley will try conclusions with Otto Isaacson for constable in the Third Ward, and Con Ijowney will hustle after Ole He verson winner. Sixty members of the New) In th* 1 Sixth. Tho News-Record has York legislature were present at the I heard of no other ward contests. mill.    I    IRONWOOD    TOWNSHIP. The caucus held iii the Second Ward For_ supervisor, John Morarlaty; was one of tile liveliest ever held in the city. Tile result was obtained by the fairest method possible -by ballot and regia tuition. Every one of Hie 21ft votes east was In a \Vaul I'wo \*.tei ( ban man Goodlanddid his work impartially, and tim method should lie adopted at ’ M. W. Hurt, of the I were in Ishpeming Tuesday and I Wednesday of this week. The former is general manager of the propertied I presume your question is asked on account of tim discrepancy between Urn “township meeting” law ( Howell's Statute*, section WR) ami the “general election” law above quoted. As we vote for ImiUi local officers and state; permr ports tim latter part of May for officers at the same election, I think i Kl Ute general law would govern. There 1 repeal of tne sjsft .amor ore. This will make' Urn i Mr. Stevens will ho .aswnt, mal ifour beginning of tim ore season late. Tim I worthy demourntlu friend is ointfuo in his tirade against .Stevens, a joint Wjs-; ( . ni ts. township clerk, John Richards; treasurer, Emanuel Stephens; justice of the pcMM*, full term, (iust Anderson; justice of ti»e peaco to fill vacancy, David Hr«*)-nen; just iou of tho ix>ius* to fill yu'umfy, (J. A. Triplett,; highway commissionor, TliOd. Ryan, Hen,; overseer highway. A. J. Hwanherg; ts'hooi inspector, fml term, I*. Htewart; «*l»(S)l inS|s*ctor to till vacancy, G. Anderson; for two years on board of review, W. W. Fuller, for otto year on ixsird of ts-vlcw, IL ( al-ehann; conatabics,.Iohn Heanesay,David Forta, Edward itourke, A. VViiite*. Democratic Method of “ Killing.” When the Doran hill came up in the senate last Friday, Senator Mi I ooh I Rep.) moved to strike oui tho enacting clause, 'I'hls was a terrililu blow to the demo* threatened him upon the !hx»r. Bmus-tad and Neater flooded the upper peninsula with telegrams, uddresaed to miners aud owners of every political hue, asserting that Senator Stevens had “defeated the direct tax, and then absented himself.” la proof of this we present the following, received last Saturday by Senator Fie* he im: Houghton, Mich., March 28. To Joseph Fleshlem, "Senate:'’ Br aas Lei wires here tliat Stevens lins absented himself and defeated direct tax bill. Wire me the facts quick. T L. CHADBOURNE. Not content with this, the immaculate J. Maurice Finn wired to his palier a two-coluuau press dispatch, reiterating buncombe is unworthy notice by intel It reveal* the degraded j ment of the Mf. ' conversation with ligent |KH*plt.    ..    .    .    _    j    conversation with these ge methods lo which it will resort to make J auld the old companies of tim , legally voted on. politiuai pie Hope mine. Iii a <‘H^ r the polls are open, any ticket , )0 t pleasanter the railway companies. Mr. Munthe will he present and ex-1 immediate these gentlemen to be voted at said election, might be j lf tim business picks up later in Hie j aloin the repesd of the specific tax law t*. killcHl At most it would season, labor will be located everywhere (rom a democratic standpoint. a rcpublitmn la* stricken from our statute books. The action in Hie senate on Wednesday, when Senator Stevens’ motion for the repeal of the specific tax law aaa adopted, places this last lie in the face of Jay Maurice Finn, the editor of the L. S. Democrat, whoat the investigation of the Democrat State Central committee, published the “rot” far and wide over this peninsula for political capital. Jay Maurice, you are a mighty big sue dicapped hi the race for a profitable market as compared to Ishpeming and and (Miler big mines in this field. Hie companies in Ishpeming had no royalties to pay, tuul less rail freight, and as many of them owned and op to handle. R. E. Mace to the Electors of the Second j .. 1 h * ve K*' ” 11 > OU , JJT V”***!?® 1 *, “ w d    they    appear to me, and without color- ikon™,.,, M»r«h 81, MUI.    I 1 "*- Miiicerely Jour.,    I.. presi Mr. this damnable lie, which was printed on ee»s as a writer of buncombe, but facts, the first page of the I .ake Superior Democrat with a double-column display head, with the following lines: The Bottom Knocked Out. Specific Taxation Receives its Death-Blow in the State Senate. Killed by Solid Demo-i ralic Vote. Republicans Throw ( 'old Water on the Anti-Spec Hie Taxation— Stevens Heads the Traitors. Who are the lahoreru’ Real Friends?—Not Republicans. Thus did these contemptible midnight assassins seek to carry out their threat, hissed in Senator Stevens’ ear ijoiha never. The people of Gogebic county can read, and when the returns are announced Monday, you will find that “Good Lord” and “Good Devil” don't go in this section. " # * Before the election last fall Hie democrats agreed to transfer taxes of Hie lower peninsula farmer to the shoulders of the miners in the upper peninsula. Senator Doran brought in a bill for Hie purpose. This aroused such indignation in the upper peninsula that the A rumor having been circulated on fin as many oi mein    I    the street, te the effect that I have elated their ow n lake carriers, they n u. t te. d mvsulf to Humx.rt thu t»on*trac- ! Ho not lo SS. Sis. ‘.HESS    I I EW kElVS I **»( tai. could not make i cent Royalties ( wntral and Lake Shore track* at Nor- haU ;. T* u \/ { were far tee high, and in times ot de- ^ ‘‘treet, I take this means of moat pression they stood directly in the emphatically denying same I have in , way of a profit. Royalties ranged uo way, sh^ie or manner pledged ray-from 25 to AO cents, too high by hair. l,) [m y person in the bridge or any ; and while the owner of Hie fee could oiher matter, and if elected in Hie com-depend upon a large profit, Hie op- mg election, to repreoent the Second el ater of Hie mine could not always Ward,will act for the hest interest of the ; secure one. The latter have to take all city, and ward, and should the matter Hie chances, Hie former none.    come up in council will act on the merit* It certainly is a fact that Hie royal- of th* case. Your obedient servant, ties upon ores in all the fields of Hie    It. E. Mace. I .ake Superior region are too high bv one half, and it would be a great    Word was received at Ashland Sat- henefit to ail concerned were they unlay that tilings bv mail on the Oraa-reduced by that much. Of course ha forfeited grant,which will be tlirown as long as men w ill nay the excessive open for settlement April 17, will not rate asked there will be no reduction, I la* received. William Stone, actin I. O. G. T. Entertainment. Do not forget the Good Templar’s ,'pt Should Hic Gill public*! would got tho credit. AY Itamentary sparring, .....motion    to strike eiit lause was lost. Ur kill the Dorah Mr. ihistona 11 • I*, of I.), Floshicin 4 1 Rep. i Mlinos (Rep.), Sa ill ll 11 top. I, Stovons tHop.), Whaler I Rep .j Nay*—Beers, Bout;! Do run, Gilbert, fh>So>)j evening in Scandinavian I I'rime, Nickel. Spurr, Blackburn, Nel- i Hnd^WUrJ^RH a.? iii. The following is the program:    i    son. Cumpbeli; Messrs. Bearding, I I. FestenOppnusaf I*T. J.O.Gustafson j Muller, Dr. Whitesides. Nelson, 1wi». itt": MMW ’ -vJS .. 4. Duett    -    -    -    Anoa ooh Carl Pfoil    Davis & Fehr come to the front again 5. Tai -    -    -    L,    D.    John Emmerson    this week with nearly a full |>age of fact* 6. Sang --SangfOreningeu ‘Norden”: for the shopper* of Ironwood and the f ol . n xh 0 vo te 7. Dcklarnation.....Nils Olson    j adjaoent cities. This magnificent finery    the democratic in* H. Solo.......Anna Pfeil    ; and dry goods emriorium is unexcelled    i    ksiu ti. Tai.......Otto Slander | in the north, and the critical buyer is IO. sang - SAngfffren in gen “Norden” j as well pleased with purchases made    Ste vt) II. Deklamation - - J. O. Gustafson I there as if they were made in Milwaukee    lion. J.    ll. 12. Auklion ft korgur - Allezuzaminer) i or Chicago. The beautiful Davis & Felir    tins    district , R FOrfrisknlngar,    Kupletter. [block at the corner of Suffolk and Au- for appointe Sin abl tai; af blandadt innehall.    ! rom streets, in a monument to the en world’s fak Admission only twenty-five cents. terprise and pluck of these hustling Should Go. . [young business men. The announce- him. our pf Ira furnished music. Among those resent were Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevant, and Mrs. Jaiin, Mr. and Mrs, McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Agnew. Mr. and Mrs. Glasser, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Harrows, Mrs. Prime, the Misses ii. Spurr, Blackbutt int Dr. Whitesides, Lawton, Mercer, Senator Park mig* when it was put to i g j The amendments to Hie city charter ® e » l    ^pi^ars    on    the    last    page    of    The    judge    < and tho best way to secure right price land commissioner of the general land    thai    *     t,a P er    is    interesting—it is well office Mi ai is for all to remain idle until reason- office, is authority for the announce-1    .    ;    »««»«»(?     1,1    worth    reading,    even    lf    you    are    not    a    nagon    He    J able options will be granted, ing Iron Ore. office, is authority for the announce ,    .    .     .    . -lahpem- meut. The question is one that decides , ** v « r y voter m    shoultl    register    i     p( the matter or fulling in line.    I    today,    |    lr urchaour ng<s. of woman'* fineries and fix- j tm rn