(1857–1939) was a Wisconsin
politician. He was born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin
in 1857. He served as the county judge
of Manitowoc County
from 1888 until 1897; he founded the Lake Shore Times
in 1881 and became a co-owner of the Manitowoc Post
in 1896. He served as a Republican Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
from 1895 through 1899, and ran unsuccessfully for governor
against Robert La Follette, Sr.
in 1904. After that election, he returned to work at the Post
where he remained until 1922; he remained an active member of the Manitowoc Chamber of Commerce
until his death in 1939.