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American Citizen (Newspaper) - November 25, 1893, Ironwood, Michigan J. G. Murphy real estate insurance & heal estate bought and sold ice i and 2 Rothschild by k. Ashland. Of Iii ago & railway through sleeping & parlor car line Willi fast trains to 1515 a n d la Winelander Kaukauna new London Manitowoc h Wausau p Hoine. S on Kosir. Kenosha. Direct route to  Oconto. Deck he Green Bay fond 1 u Lac Nee Nail and Menasha via Watersmeet to Negaunee Marquette. 1ehpeminc, est an Aba and All Points in the Michigan Peninsula through tickets it lowest rates on Sale to nil Lionts in the United slates incl Canada. A Tor maps time tables and general information apply to ticket agent c. & n. W. Fly. At Ironwood Mich., or address the general passenger and ticket agent at Chicago. A ii. Newman m. Whitman 3d vice pres. In manager w. A. Tahham gon l passenger and ticket agent Chicago ill. Chas. Howell s. S. Cooper. Law insurance and real estate. L. & w. Block. Bessemer Michigan. 1 Jpatrick g. Lennox attorney at Law. Ollice Over Iron Exchange Hank. Hurley Wisconsin. A Rox d. S. Dentist. A Parlours in Davis & Fulir Block Ironwood. Mich Thomas Kissane attorney at Lav Coth Schuld Block  irom Vood Mich. S. A Mcnally m. D., c. M., graduate of Bishop s University of Mon trial Canada. Office Davis Fehr Block irom Vood in rooms formerly occupied by or. Bates. A this paper will be found on Sale tit Sullivan s news depot. It is said that j. V. Scott City treasurer of Ashland contributed $101 toward the publication of tin Irahet the a. P. A. Organ. Cochran & Marshall the hardware merchants arc evidently sympathisers with the a. P. A As they advertise in the paper of the bigots. State Seal of this is the name of a Cigar manufactured in Ashland. It should not be smoked by any Liberal minded citizen. The world s fair clothing House opposite the Colby House Lias the reputation of being a most notorious a. P. A. Joint. If the proprietors can deny j this let them. The entertainment Given by the associated seventeen last monday evening i for the Benefit of Lew Johnson was a great artistic and financial Success. T proceeds were $150. Want of space prevents a More extended notice. Or. Dufur states that the a. P. A., of Ashland were recently informed of an intended Catholic uprising thurby it was intended to raid an a. P. A. Meeting and that on the occasion All the Apa s were each armed with two revolvers. It is reported that the notorious Mcclintock will be bounced from the Northern National Hank at the annual meeting of the stockholders to be held in the near future. Mcclinlock Linding himself in great Disfavour will leave Ashland in the near future. The news of tuesday morning contained a very Good communication in regard to the alleged excessive fees charged by a number of the sheriffs of Ashland county. No Effort Lias been made by the county Board to investigate the conduct of Matt Mattson while he was sheriff. It this because he is an a. P. A can or. Wilmarth answer this question this paper desires to employ a Good honest reliable solicitor who is Well acquainted in Ashland. No application will be considered where references Are Given. We prefer to make our own investigations As to the reliability of applicants address the citizen Ironwood Mich. This paper has a Large nuts Boron subscribers in Ashland who have failed to pay in Advance. Most of those tire Able to pay their subscription and to shall expect them to do so in the near future. If you Are interested in having this paper continue the Good Light it hits inaugurated you will pay up when called upon. We Are not receiving $100-Doiiatious from prospective Ollice Holder neither arc to backed by any banking institutions. When our Bills comes due they must to paid and to expect those owing us to treat us accordingly. Consequently try to be prepared to pay up when you arc called upon. If you arc Able to pay in Advance but unwilling to do so be kind enough to notify us of the fact and your paper will be discontinued. Hun. -ti1e tast trains with Pullman Vest Buflod drawing "00m sleepers dining cars and coaches of Atell design Between Chicago and Milwaukee and St. Paul and Minneapolis. Fast trains with Pullman Vestibule drawing room sleepers a lung cars and couches of latest design Between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibule drawing Toom and tonal by sleepers via to Northern Pacific Railroad Between Chicago and Portland Ore and Tocoma Wash convenient trams to and from Eastern Western Northern and Central Wisconsin Points affording unequalled service to and from wan Keslus Fondu lao Oshkosh Neenah in Nash Chippewa Falls eau cd Nero Hurley wis., and Ironwood and Bessemer Mich. For to cots sleeping car reservations time tables and other information apply to agents of the Lino or to ticket agents any Horo in the United states or Canada. J. K. Al Nulle Aen l manager Milwaukee s. Ilah Naford Oen l traffic mgr St. Paul. Ii. C. Barlow traffic manager  Chicago As c. Pond gon l pass r & tit agent Cal Capo. Jul Tull i Tolus i i .1 m v Marks copyright Sun j re a i / is. Add my ml.1 we a i v 361 Broud Ray. A / i new York. 00$ head office seeders. " revered of the Board of trustees How much did that despicable puff c Ost you this must be a very ungrateful world where a Man of your Liberal ? views Lias to Purchase a controlling interest in even so vile a Sheet its the Frimet to get even a few lines of recognition and that for holding an Ollice in which no decent Man can l e found. Why can you not hold Jour head up As usual Are you ashamed of your surroundings Yea verily i wonder not that Yon Are what can be expected of a Man who joins it society where hatred of your fellow Nan is cherished and continually practice. This you cannot deny your company is constituted of the Situu of society in whose company you would not for the world suffer your wife your Mother or sister to be found with although you cannot but forcibly remind one of the negro boy who was considered no company for other boys of his class. One Day put Ting a live Toad inside his shirt bosom he taunted the other boys that he had something precious that none of them could have and that he alone was master of the situation. So be it or. Mcclintock you Are Welcome to your Toad for if anyone else touched the reptile he should be burned. Admirer. Mac reviewed. Brief history of one of Ashland s most notorious a. P. A s. Editor american citizen last week s Issue of the Frimet or better understood As the Mcclin Tock Mattson Stefan forehead combination Organ contained an evidently self inspired Eulogy on the worthy promotion of c. E. Mcclintock to be chairman of the Board of trustees for the state of Wisconsin of the american protective association. May the lord note the title and forgive us for Ever mentioning his holy name in connection with such remnants of humanity. Poor Mac we have Long waited and watched his lofty ? aspirations any one in the least acquainted with the blankness of the poor victim As he May properly be styled cannot but agree with us in our estimation of what a penchant for Ollice will cause one of his calibre to do. Or. Mcclintock As is Well known by residents of the third Ward where he lives has since his removal to Ashland been a standing candidate for Alderman or supervisor but has always failed most Ignominy Ottly to capture the caucuses. Finally last Spring in his desperation to be recognized by his Republican party or tiny other party for that matter he prepared nomination papers which by our state Laws Are required to be signed by at least fifteen voters from that certain constituency a practice that is usually resorted to Only when one receives the cold shoulder of his party and this great chairman referred to above after canvassing the four Hundred and fifty voters of his Ward failed to even get the minimum la teen signatures to his Humble paper. Presumably this was about the time that in his madness he was driven to join hands with his adopted organization where All remnants of humanity find a warm Welcome the a p a the great Refuge and resort of Washburn chief of police o Sullivan was in Ashland tuesday. Alfred Marsh has gone in to Cook for Simpson & co. At Camp b. Mrs. L. T. Walker was in Ashland. I  tuesday. A Allen t. Williams was Down from Bayfield. Tuesday. Or. And mrs. Clausen returned from Hudson monday evening. Louis Bachaud was Down from the Harbor City tuesday. Chief of Polico o Sullivan was in Hay Ward last saturday. County treasurer a. Warden and son Guy went to eau Claire tuesday morning. Boyd Cameron killed it three Hun dred Pound Black Bear a week ago last sunday. Tom Laflin has purchased the Butcher business of Albert Miller and will continue at the old stand. W. Hagerty of Ashland was in the City last saturday visiting hi3 old Friend Captain Beausoliel. Hon. Thomas Carmichael of eau Claire spent a few Days in the City this week. Hon. William o Neil of the Washburn brewing company was in Ashland tuesday. Mayor Clausen went to Hudson wis., on saturday to visit mrs. Clausen who is being treated at a sanitarian in that City. Tom Laflin s experience its a Butcher was of Short duration. He sold the business Back again on tuesday to Albert Miller. G. A. Kinney will have a Turkey shoot thank Given. If you Are an a. P. A. And a Good shot you can get a Turkey for Little or nothing. Some of the a. P. A. Hothouse political will surely be disappointed next Spring As there be offices enough to go around. Sheriff Anderson accompanied by District attorney Colignon started for Waupun monday with the three prisoners recently sentenced by judge Parish. Charles lung Ron a Young Man eighteen years of age died in this City on sunday morning last after an illness of three weeks. So was a brother of Oscar Lungren the Sawyer at Bige Low s Mill. Angus Mccashin a tote teamster for Simpson & co met with quite it serious Accident on monday. W Hon near Irig Cowan s Camp the team ran away and threw Mccashin beneath the wheels. There was about a ton of provisions on the Wagon an the wheels ,.his Sto,mach.,his friends started for Superior with him tuesday morning but was unable to proceed further than Ashland. He was taken to the sister s Hospital there. There was an error in these columns last week As to Tho Date of the special town meeting called for the purpose of voting authority to the school Board to borrow an additional $10,000 for the completion of the new school Tho meeting Wil be held this saturday evening and it is hoped there will be a Large attendance. The work on the school building should be continued during the Winter As it will give employment to a Large number of. Our mechanics during a season of the year that work is very much needed by them. Chris Smith died last sunday morning at his residence on lower Bay held Street after an illness of but Twenty four hours. To was taken with cramps at his place of business at Midnight on saturday night and had to be taken Home in a buggy. Or. Smith had a great Many friends in Washburn who will be pained to hear of his sudden death. He owned a half interest in the club Sample room with Charles ii. Flynn. He leaves i wife and one child. The funeral took place from Tho residence of Tho deceased on monday afternoon and was largely attended. William Simmons and Edward Herbineau were arrested sunday evening Hist of complaint of Anim in Holt charged with assault and Battery. On appearing for trial monday morning before Justice Jacobs the complaint was changed to that of robbery. It appears that messes. Swanby and Holt while going out Bayfield Street sunday afternoon to professor j. J. Anderson s place they were overtaken by the accused and pretty roughly handled. By some Means not yet explained William Simmons came into Possession of or. Swanby s watch. The hearing has been adjourned until the 29th. Warden and Al Viteri will appear for the accused. J. N. Kinney the a. P. A. With the Peerless whiskers does not propose to get left any More. Four years since he was a candidate for the pos Tollice he was disappointed in that and became a Democrat. Last fall he was a candidate for the pos Tollice again until it occurred to him that a Man of his stature and magnificent brain Power make a Good county judge disappointment again awaited him. Now he is an a. P. A., and there will be no More scrambling for office As a guarantee of an office goes with every certificate of membership in the a. P. A. Remember that you god forsaken French and Irish you aint in it any More and by the Way brother Adolph must not be forgotten he must have something that there will not be much walking in he tires so easily Don t you know a., is the to be or not to be an a. T question agitating the minds of a. Few of our business men at this time paid proselytes of this contemptible organization Hayo informed them that they must join or suffer the cons quench. It is lord to realize How any Man would suffer himself to to so threatened and insulted when we Havo Laws on our statute books especially suited for this Cut Throat gang. The Laws referred to read As follows Section. 4400, a. Any two or More persons who shall Combine associate agree mutually undertake or concert together for the purpose of wilfully or maliciously injuring another in his reputation Trade profession by any Means whatever or for Tho Pur pose of maliciously compelling another to do or perform any act against his will or preventing or hindering another from doing or performing any lawful act shall to punished by imprisonment in the county jail not More than one year Orty Fino not exceeding five Hundred dollars. Section 4100 c. Any person who by throats intimidation Force or coercion of any kind shall hinder or Provost any other person from engaging in of con tinning in any lawful work or employ Mont either for himself or As a wage worker or who shall attempt to so hinder or prevent shall to punished by Fine not exceeding one Hundred dollars or imprisonment in Tho county jail not More than six months or by both line and imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Tho nows of last wok says editor Doyle of Tho american citizen the Organ of Tho catholics of this Section was in the City Tho news is somewhat mistaken in its assertion that the american citizen is or pc tones to be Tho Organ of the catholics. It is As its name implies Tho Organ of every True honest citizen that behoves in Tho right of every Man 16 worship god according to the dictates of his own conscience. If. The local papers of this Section believed in the constitutional right and had Tho courage and manliness to say so there would to no occasion for such a paper As the . A a party too much of a Coward to sign his or her name to their communication wants to know How the press stands in relation to Tho a. P. A. Society. It is Seldom that Tho press pays attention to queries of this kind but will say this the publisher of Tho Pross has no sympathy with any secret society that uses Tho Boycott or attempts to into Foro with the free of Orciso of a m an s sight to vote for whom lie May choose. right for every Man to worship Accord ing to Tho dictates of his own conscience and a fro ballot and a fair count is Tho doctrine of Tho press.  the above is from last Wook s Bay hold press and is the sentiment of every True citizen of this Republic. More Power to you curio Bell it is a pleasure to know that Somo men have the courage of their convictions. The log cubic Range Bandit. Another chapter is now to be chronicled in Tho career of Tho Lone Highway Man and convicted murderer Raimund Holzhay now serving a life sentence in Stato prison. Yesterday afternoon in company with a convict named Helper and under Strong guard he left for for criminal insane at Ionia. So much has been published about Holzhay and so thoroughly Havo Tho different phases of his criminal career been placed before Tho Public by the press All Over the country that Only i Brief reference need be made now to establish the thread of Tho narrative Holzhay came from Wisconsin where to had committed several minor robberies to the go Gebic Range in this Stato about 18s9. Hero he continued his Lawless deeds until Tho Climax was reached. To held up Tho stage travelling from go Gebic. Shots were exchanged and a merchant from Illinois was killed. Holzhay escaped into the Woods and a Short time after was Cap tured at Republic. He was tried adjudged guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment in Tho Branch Stato prison Here. His reputation was such that the prison Oll Licals looked upon him As a particularly dangerous Man an opinion he soon amply justified. One Day in the fore part of 1890 to managed to got po3sossion of a knife from the Sioe factory. With this he attacked a guard in the prison corridor and threatened to kill him if he was not at onco liberated. Tho details of that exciting episode in Tho history of our local prison Aro doubtless fresh in the minds of All who read the account at that time. How Holzhay sat on a Bench with his left Arm around Tho guard s neck and brandishing the knife in his right. How Warden Tompkins watched him from the adjoining compartment awaiting a Chance to Wing him with a Rifle shot or kill him if he went too. Far with Tho guard and How in. An unguarded moment Holzhay dropped his right hand still holding the knife on his leg Only to have every linger shot off with a Bullet from the Warden s gun this Sot Ted the matter for that time and reduced Holzhay s ability to harm by one hand. The scone had lasted two hours and the Warden s shot was fired from a Point thirty feet away. Since then a very careful watch has been kept on the prisoner and it was noticed that while usually quiet and easily managed there were moments when it appeared As though to would like to carve Somo one. Latterly these fits have been Moro frequent and he has been in solitary confinement Moro than Ordinary. He said to Tho Warden that he was afraid to would soon Havo another spell in which he might do damage if to were not closely watched. For two Days preceding yesterday he has been locked up. Tho prison plays Cian and the Warden Havo closely studied his different moods for months and the former arrived at the con Clit Sion that Holzhay was dangerously in coincided with the Opin Ion a Fawn front Tho Warden s own observations and it was decided to remove the prisoner to a place specially provided for the treatment and custody of such criminals. Of course Holzhay Wab a bad Man and a criminal before being convicted of murder but that he is normally murderous is open to Gravo question in his chats with prison officials re Garding himself and his crimes h often spoke of at times feeling an in sane and uncontrollable desire to shed blood and take human life. He said he did not think of killing any person while holding up the stage until shots were red at him and he professes not to remember what happened at the Tim i r he claims that his memory is equally Blank of All his threatening to kill Tho guard and he Only recalls the sting of the Warden s Bullet. Cases of Homicidal insanity Are by no Means.,rare and Holzhay appears to be one of the number. If so Warden Van eve Rahas take nth Wisest course in sending him the Ionia Helper also removed to Ionia is a idiot that was removed from the county House and serving an eight years sentence for criminal assault. The prison place for him As he was too idiotic to be of any use or. Youngquist accompanied Tho prisoners As Jour amusing experiments. To loan Ohhi appear , but Aro in to Willty . It rooms a vory easy trick to swoop cent out of Tho hand but if Dono fairly it is really difficult says Tho youth s companion. Opon Tho hand naturally and Planco Tho cont on the Palm Thon ask Soccono to Brush it out with a whisk Broom. After Rop Atod of tools it will probably to suspected unit Tho cont is fastened in your hand in Somo Way. In Orcigr to Provo that it is not let Tho sweeper Placo it on his own Palm and to will find it Romains As amino Pablo Thoro As when to tried to swoop it t of Tho hand of Tho Othor person. A Fow persons Havo Flat Palms. Tho cont May Kaslly to swept off from stick Palms but Thoy Aro not common. It requires not a Little Palonco to pick up an apply with a spoon. Placo Largo round apply atom up on a Mooth floor thou try to Talco it up with a spoon. The very Effort of try no to got Tho spoon under Tho apply Btu la it rolling to Tho Amu Somol of Tho on lookers. If Dono quickly enough Tho apply can to Takor. Up while in motion but Tho proper Wiy is to wait until it coasts to Roll and thou cur fully push Tho spoon far enough under Tho apply to got to Contor of Gravity Over Tho spoon when Thero is no difficulty in picking it up. How to Cut an apply and not Bro Alc the skin thread a Noodle with Strong thread. Insert Tho Noodle just under Tho Akin of to apply take a stitch and carefully draw Tho Nedlo and thread through to within six or eight inches oath Pond Thon insert Tho Nedlo again this Timo in Tho Oxtot Holo it was withdrawn from. Continuo Tho Btl chos in this manner around Tho apply withdrawing Tho Noodle Tho last time through Tho first Holo made. Tho thread Ison Tiro by around Tho apply now conceal Oil by its skin. Talco a firm hold of each Ond of Tho Thi Oad and holding both of Tho ones Well together to Provost tour us skin pull gently. Tho thread cuts its Way slowly through Tho apply until it is in two Pic eeb when Tho thread is withdrawn h rough Tho tiny Holo made by Tho Needle. If this trick is Dono carefully enough Tho Brooks in Tho skin will not Bodia co Niblo on Tho closest Insp Octlona. Indeed Tho Only convincing proof that Tho apply is Cut in half will to to Paro narrow strip of skin whore Tho Noodle and thread Havo Travolo when Tho apply will fall apart Nal. For a person to resolve in his own Siirid that he will not vote for a Fel Low Man or employ a fellow Man be cause of that Man s religion is bigotry but when a person enters into conspiracy with other this bigoted purpose and swears an oath that he.,Anel they will do this bigoted and bitter and vindictive thing for All time then his conduct becomes utterly infamous. Fulton s paddle boat. A Model of us old full Eloitt by Ali incl Cri inc. It was Siirid of Tho boy Robert Fulton that to was what might to called a Dull scholar and onco lion chided by his to abhor for his inattention to his studios to replied that his head Wab so full of original notions that Thero was no Placo to Toro away Tho contents of Dusty books. Ono of Tho nog Horb of his Fathor Fino doctor Grumpp was vory fond of fishing and to had built for this Purs pose a Flat bottomed boat or cow and he used to Avail himself of Tho labors of his son Christopher and his neighbor s son Lobo Otto Aid him in his Pursuit by getting Thorn to Polo Tho boat Over Tho water s of Tho Cono Storti Whilo to fish poled Tho porch and Bass nto Tho boat. As Well May to imagined this was not much amusement for the boys but one of them put of Bis thinking Cap As he pushed his Way along and As usual pushing and thinking won in Tho Ond. Tiring of Polo pushing Robert Fulton concluded that to would go Over to Hills and Mako his aunt a visit of a work or so and it was in Tho Garret a of his aunt s House that to built a Model of doctor Grumpp b Flat boat to which to planned and arranged a pair of paddle whoops on a Cross Shaft having on it hand Cranks. Coming Bank Home to conf Dod to his chum Christopher his invention and securing his Aid Thoy together rigged up a paddle Shaft with whoops Ani or nos for Tho lab boat of the older Grumpp. This was so arranged thai the whole machinery could to lifted off and to taken to a Placo of safety Whilo not in use. It was not Long Bosforo Tho older Grumpp had a Many another Bingo has had a longing to try his Luck again on Tho Waters of the Conestoga and to summoned the Bofo Notimo reluctant boys to help him out what his Surprise was to perhaps can imagine a to looked Back Iron Tho boat and saw the two boys struggling Down Tho River Bank with a quo or looking conglomeration of Iron and Wood in Tho shape of Cranks and wheels on their Aho Uldoris and just How Tho boys chuckled together As Thoy Baw the Surprise in Tho staid old dutchman face we can also Imu Gino. However after suppressed giggling they Hung Tho Shaft in its place and the wheels Over Tho Side taking their places at Tho Cranks and 1hon and there Tai Tod Tho first paddle Wool boat Ever seen on Tho now continent  f Funn Rich Ungino orb Magazino. Chat oreo and mlle Auto limited Dally i. " " sex. Dally except Sun Wisconsin Central time cattle. Trains leave As follows 7 l pm 1 10pm Ashland express. 1.10pm backs Omar trains Olavo i Lily. To Siam Dally except sunday. 1 20pm for full particulars regarding train ser Vlco and through rates apply at Wisconsin Central depot. C. Wintek agent. Jno. Halloran contractor and builder. Estimates furnished. Washburn and Bayfield

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