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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

v%# .mi PRINCETON UNION. J& a DUTSN, Publishes TERMS:$2.00 per year in advance. CURRENT EVENTS. WASHINGTON HEWS. The senate has passed a till authorizing the president to revoke so mush of the war depart ment's special order of June 22, '64, as relates to and directs the dismissal from the army, 'with loss of all pay and allowances, of First Lieut. John I Salter of company K, Eighth reg iment Minnesota volunteers, and to grant to him an honorable discharge, also of that date, and that the records of said company be amended accordingly- provided that Salter shall receive no pay or allowances after the date of the order of dismissal. This action was recommended by the military committee on the grounds that the evidence clearly shewed that the failure of Lieut. Salter to tign certain muster and pay rolls of the company while he was temporarily in command was not wilful nor intenfional, but was a mere oversight committee yrere of the opinion that the punishment inflicted upon Lieut....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

BrDLS appropriating $150,000 for sink ing artesian wells on government lands are pending in congress. THE net debt of the city of New York on the 30th of las' December was $98,302,- $54. Sinoe 875, there has been a net re duction in the permament debt of the eity of $16,855,126. THE Earl and Countess Dunraven have recently arrived in Englandfrom their tenth visit to the United States. While in this country most of their time has been spen in the west. Colorado, Minnesota, and Montana were there favorite resorts. THE great business boom that has 'pre vailed for two years or more, has finally struck real estate of all descriptions in the northwest. Farming lands and town lots are rapidly appreciating in value and the demand Cor these kinds of property is very sgreat. THUS far this year the business of the country in no wise compares with the busi ness of last year, though trade is generally considered healthy. The basis for estimates is the clearinghouseexchanges of the banks, which w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

V-' V&J jr mmm PUBLISHED INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN TEBMS, Jp2 OO __?ex TTear. fi-C. DUNN, PubJiahP.,*^, t^ j^TOnly Paper published in or within circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton. Has an extensive circulation in Xsanti and Sherburne counties and is read every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year. Rates for displayed Advertisements made known o application at this office All legal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. PRINCETON, MINN., APRIL 6, 1882 Tnis North Carolina Republicans are very sanguine of carrying that State this fall THE president has vetoed the Chinese bill and the Pacific slope is lost to the Republicans for years to come. i AT the Anoka city election, Tuesday, Dr. Dunham was elected Mayor. There was a majority of 12 against license. H. C, KENDA-II was badly defeated for Mayor of Duluth. Mitch...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

FRATERNAL LODGE No. 92, A.-. F.\ & A.-. M. Regular Communications, second Wednesday of each month. C. H. CHADBOURNK, W M. E. A. Ross, SECT. NORTH STAR HOTEL PRINCETON, MINN. A. P. BARKER, PROPRIETOR. WESLEY PAGE, MANAGER. This excellent Hotel, centrally located, (Bank and Telegraph office opposite) has been thoroughly refitted from cellar to garret and is now unequalled in this section of the State. The traveling pub lic will here find a First-Class Sample Room An Excellent Table, Good Beds and Well Furnished Rooms also GOOD STABLING ACCOMMO- DATIONS. The management recognize the fact that a hotel will not run itself and are determined by strict attention to business and courteous treatment of their guests to merit a large share of public patron age. E F. LYNCH, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Office over Head & Loring's Store, Resi dence at Mr. John Hatch's.. PRINCETON, MINN. OR SALE. A good farm of 126 acres, 4 miles from town 50 acres under cultivation good buildings. For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

A' THE JACOBITE O TOWEB HILL. *3S tripped* 09 0 no the steps a bow and a smile Offering*snuffbutton-holewithn to the ohaplai the vailec hi that afternoon Twa the tenth of the month and the month it wai Jun*w* a -*f 5*7 Then, shrugging his shoulders, he looked at the man *With the mask and the ax aula murmuring ran Through the crowd, who, below, were all pushing to see The jailor kneal down and resolving his fee. He looked at the mob, as they roared, with a stare, And took snuff again with a cynical air. *Tm happy to give but a moment's delight To the flower of my country agog for a sight" Then he looked atthe block, and, with scented cravat, Ousted room fdr his neck, gayly doffing his hat, Kissing his hand to a lady, bent low to the crowd, Then, smiling, turned round to the headsman and bowed. -t **God save King James!" he cried, bravely and shrill, And the cry reached the houses at the foot of the MIL -"My friend with the ax, a voire service "he said, And ran his white thumb 'long ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

THE OLD -IRGEAJNT. -J"w A Touching Incident Naturally Related,, From the Detroit Frte Press. He had been lying very still for the past honr, and the weary nurse dozed and nod dedstraggled to keep awakenodded againand Anally slept in her chair. Then the old clock began calling "Tick! tack! tick! tack!" The sleeping man moved uneasily, and the thin, boaey hand on the coverlet was lifted as if in protest. "Tick, tack, tick, tack!" called the dock in loader tones. The sick man opened his eyes'an stared about him in surprise His hair was thin and gray, his face wasted and pale, and death had stolen silently in as he slept and placed its seal on his brow. "Yon were a boldier?" said the clock. "Aye! hat I was!" responded the man as he gathered sudden strength and half rose up. "Company G. fall in! Right dress! Front! attention to roll call! A-dams, Ansil, Allport, Amsdem" "They do not answer," said the clock as the sergeant paused. "No they lie buried in trenches at Ma nassas!" solemnly an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 6 April 1882

*AV & J, ?5 Jf: r^ aE m/ 'tj. ,rf'j" ,'^1 s" fi "THE TRAGEDY OF THE MARSH." translated for the from "Argonaut". French off Lsman. I tell the tale as tares told tome by No6l, keeper of the pastures, one day when I was duck-hunting on the marshes of Saint Georges, we had beaten the prince's en closure, Dick in advance, nose to the wind Noel bringing up the rear, with my game bagwhich, alas! was not heavyon his shoulder. The noonday sun fell perpen dicularly upon oar heads the mosquitoes swarmed about as by thousands,firstmak ing their presence known by sounding a charge in oar ears. The Seinea lo*g ribbon that unrolled itself in its passage around the hillsideglistened like a mirror before our 'eyes-, On the opposite bank Qmllebceaf, with its quay grown green through long and intimate contact with the marsh, its slate roofs scattered pell-melj around the old church, and its white light house, like an advance guard, stood up right at the foot of the pier. We were approaching the ru...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

VOLUME VI. mfe*^- ?P""Ith r-S 07 8e ISASfwno"re?id^ HAS. D. KERR, ATTORNEY, Comer Third and Robert Streets, St. Paul, CT'WM attend Terms of Court in Mine. Lacs County. P. & H. P. BARKER, Attorneys at Law, A. P. Barker:Office at Princeton. H. F. Barker:Office at Cambridge. J. L. BRADY, Physician and Surgeon, Office over Head & Loring's Store. & _, ly OOXJLEIOTIOIS:, OPPIOB 'J^'OF o. la:. K/IISFHS, (Successor to tlie Bank of Princeton.) PEINOETON, 35^IITW. Drinclpal cities of the United States, also drafts pMSaWTiCketSt0aBdr0m Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all HourS of the Day or Night. The Best Assortment of Goods in this line north of St Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Perfumery, lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., fc AN EXCELLENT STOCK OF Pure Wines and Liquors! 3T Bring me GOOD WHEAT and I WHIiOTA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

-r i-n hr nnrctou ^Vuion. IUNN Publisher. '\*^f#* TERMS $2^00 per year in advance. WASHINGTON NEWS *'&*&* TUESDAY TOETll. SENATE.The conference report on "the bank charter extension bill was agreed to. The river and harbor bill was taken np and an amendment to strike out the $3,000,000 appropriated for reservoirs on the upper Mississippi was'lost24 to 82. The senate adjourned without taking final action on the bill. The following nominations were received from the president: Edwin Higgins, collec tor of customs, district of fit. Johns, Fhv Frederick T, Dubois, XFnitedfitates marshal for Idaho Jos. W. Bobbins of Illinois, sur i yeyor general, district of Arizona Alvey A. Adee, District of Columbia, third assistant secretary of state. HOUSE.The house in committee of the whole Tuesdayipassed the clause appropriat ing $10,000 to enable the secretary of the in terior to negotiate wita the Sioux Indians for a session of a portion of the great Sioux reservation in .Dakota territory...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

i ^t Minn^otajf ews Notes, MINNESOTA NATIONAL GUARDS, Five Hundred Soldiers in GampTor Week at White Bear Lake, Npap |g|. Paul. On Monday last about c^Mctteft of fn Minnesota National Guards, went into catnr on the shores of White Bear Lake. The camp was beautifully situated, and laid out in regular style, the tents haying been fur nished by the war department. The week was enlivened by thepresence of Gov/ 'Hub bard and staff, many distinguished citizens, a host of pleasure-seekers' and looters on/* arid 'by social reunions, parses serenades, ate. But for all these things, thef b*islries 'o the sol dier was n6t forgotten, as may be seen from the battalipn order for the first .day, which, with some variations, was followed during the week. 5 o'clock a. m., reveille 5.30, breakfastf &50 sick call! 6, company diall 7, battalion drill, 8, guard mounting,* 12 m. dinner, 4p. m.f inspection of quarters*: 6, supper 7f dress parade 10* tattoo 10$0{ taps The intermediate hours were well e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

MT ttio: PUBLISHED"** EVEItY THURSDA Y. IKJEPENOENT REPUBLIOAM I N POLITIOS. TES^MS, $ 2 For ITeax. R. 0. DU N N, Publisher.!^ $, tSTOnly Paper published in or within circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton. Has an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per lineipf One inch business card $6 per year"* Rates for displayed advertisements made known on application at this office. All legal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. PRINCETON, MINN., JULY 20, 1882. FOB CONGRESSFIFTH DISTRICT: C. F. tttNDKED. SELAH CHAMBERLAIN'S paid pimps are fighting C. F. Kindred. A. OILMAN, of Stearns, is the chair man of the so-called fifth district Repub lican committee. $?W*P- THE horde of official pap-suckers cling to Nelson like barnacles to the hull of a water-logged ciaft. ^4^i KINDRED Or a Democrat. Any...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

1 rj I a*i *~*mm,+*+im FARMERS Farmer's "Brevities^ The Caihonc Bishop of St. Paid has fs sued, theftHowing circular to the clergy: "Tojthe end that Almighty 6o may blew the growing crops and grant to ns a boontirai harvest, it is hereby, ordered that during this month of July the Lit* aiiy ortneTrtesaeo lVh3guvfee cited each Sun^ mass, and that "rubrics, priests^faM'^U^B^k "Pro -nuacumque necess^g^^|j.. Hundreds of farmer*in Pennsylvania Jj. have turned their attention to", fish cul \vTfture. Many have* stocked poijds and $*treams, and in rocjsi caseB3 *fcbeen.successful, in a-few years_ ,i they will tdepeiid up? toivwmffag^ 1 'o fish for a _^ 'on any^pther faritf products. "J*l Lovers/of nature ieed not be prqmpt ^jjed to observe that foliage and/fl^ra) pro'" $^-ducjts are unusually rich and 1i ect,s&d*esfo,r jI'iFr/t '#nria aii1 A **h etc. r.jbeornamenteo!bybeiitingg ctirranalterny !v*^with itifite^ bed-quilt which they are ai" Beds of great lnteresfare" ^oaz muc for an [X E....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

mmh Burke's Eloquence. From Leckey's "England in the Eighteenth IjffV Century." Grattarifwho on a question of oratory was one of the most competent of judges, wrote in 1769. "Burke is unquestiona bly the first orator among the Commons of England, boundless in knowl edge, instantaneous in his apprehensions, and abundant in his language He speaks with profound attention and ac knowledged superiority, notwithstanding the want of energy, the want of grace and the want of elegance in his manner." Horace Walpole, who hated Burke, ac knowledged that he was "versed in every branch of eloquence," that he possessed the quickest conception, amazing fa cility of elocution, great strength of argu mentation, all the powers of imagination and memory, that even his unpremedi tated speeches displayed "a choice afld variet1/ of language, a profusion of meta phors, and a correctness of diction that was surprising," and that in public, though not in private, his wit was of the highest order, "luminous,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 July 1882

3 v* Historical Records of Phenomena Connected with the Hangman's NooseThe Various Ingenious Schemes of,^ r?Necks. vented Culprits. tQ Save their V^^W/V/t There are many instances on record in which the punishment of sue. per col. has failed, either through some peculiar ity in the neck of the individual, or a want of tact in the hangman. More than six centuries agoif old records are truthfulJuetta de Balsham, convicted of harboring thieves, was sentenced to be executed. She hung for three days, revived, and was pardoned, as a phe nomenon who had somehow or other overmastered the gallows. There is the authority of Obadiah Walker, master of New College, Oxford, for a story that a Swiss was hanged thirteen times over, every attempt being frustrated by a pe culiarity in the wind-pipe which pre vent ed, '^strangulation. We are not told whether the thirteenth time was successful, or whether the justice was merciful at last. Ann Green was hanged at Oxford for in fanticidein 1650 nay, her ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 March 1884

Hat XxlJli B. 0. DtflOf, FaMUhor. VOLUME VIII. THE OXJ CHTTBCH-JTABD. Nae dreams disturb their sleep. In the auld kirkyard They hear nae kindred weep, In the auld kirkyard. Ths sire with silver hair, The mother's heart of care The youne, the gay, the fair Crowd the old Kirkyard, The heart's sad beatings cease In the auld kirkyard And aliens rest in peace In the auld kirkyard Where ebbed dark floods of strife, Dove-like hope, wi' promise rife, Plants the broken branch o' life In the auld kirkyard. Boston Advertiser "TEXAS MN." Arrest of a notorious Southwestern Des- peradoHe is Wanted for the Attempt ed HTurder of Leander B. Bowen. From the Chicago Times A few days ago M. 0 Walker, sheriff of Kendall county, Tex., arrived in town in quest of a fugitive from justice named Daniel "Wallace alias "Texas Dan," otherwise known as the despera do of the Eio Grande." The charge against this man was the robbery and attempted murder of one Leander Bowen on or about the 24th of Novem ber 1883, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 March 1884

tab WtimttitoMtimu' R-C. DUNN, Publisher. TERMS:$2.00 per year in advance. Signs of the breaking tip of winter in crease and also of a good deal of moist ure on account of the melting of heavy snows. But in this northern region no fears are entertained of disasters such as attended the breaking up in the Ohio valley. The generosity of the American peo ple in time of need is shown by the amounts sent to the sufferers by the Ohio floods. The total amount placed in the hands of the relief committee was $127,468 55, of which over $115,000 has been already expended. In Cincin nati the voluntary contributions reached over $60,000. Boston has resolved that women shall receive the same wages as men who do the same work in the public schools. Its council voted to give a woman in charge of a grammar school $2,000 per annum, the same received by men in the same grade. This is only simply jus tice, providing the woman does her work as well as the man. And here lies the difficulty in the questio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 March 1884

THE WANTED -K" Dressed Beef or Beef on Foot, and Good Jar Butter. Highest Mark et Price Paid for same by H.C.HEAD. A. R08S, Attorney and Counselor at Law, PRINCETON MINN. ANYTHING EVERYTHING CAN FIRST-NATIONAL feANK Anoka, Minn. ALL SRAyCH^S OF LEGITIMATE BANKING PROMPTLY AND FOLLY TRANSACTED. OrPATRONAci~SOLICITED. Allan, Inman and American Steamship Lines, TO AND FROM ALL PARTSOF THE WORLD. BE HAD AT Byers' One Price Store, MAIN 8TEET, PRINCETON. 'Byers Buys for Cash and He Sells for Cash, hence He can Afford to Under sell Ail Competitors. Offtee at C. H. Bines' /Store, Main street, Princeton, Minn. above lines arc acknowledged the best for speed and safety, and are noted for the excellent care of passengers. Parties sending tor their fami- lies or friends can be sure of their having a pleasant trip. For full particular and tickets apply as above. H. B. OOWLES, Princeton. SPENCER BROOK 0-A.SX2 os* oas" APPROVED AT SOHUMAKER & WALKER'S, SPENCER BROOK, MINN., You Ca Buy More Goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 March 1884

Great Hre In Michig-an. A fire started shortly before noon on the 12th on the west side of the business quarter of the village of Alleg^nr^eB^^T^mUe^northwest of Kalamazoo. Mich., and under a high west Wind swept through the^entire district to the river, taking every brick store building in the Euilding. lacef except the Chaffee hotel and Peck's bank The Are had run its course two hours. The aggregate loss is placed by Alle gan business men at 940X000 to $500,000 grohably a high estimate. The insurance it is eliSved will amount to $130,000. Help was telegraphed for, and sent by the fire depart ments of Kalamazoo and Muskegon and Hol land. Among the business places Durned were fee Sherman house, the First National bank, and three newspaper offices, via: The Journal. Gazette and Democrat. The principal building was known as the Union block, containing five stoies, which cost 460,000, and now estimated as worth $40,000. Three of the stores were owned by the Hall es tate of Allegan half...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 March 1884

I 1 V i^" 4 J&SLWE'S ML^ STRATAGEM, Xflian Barrington was a sprightly young maden of twenty. She was ami able and pretty, the heiress of Oakland, and in time would possess a larger for ttune than any one else in Bloomingdale. "Yet wii'h all her advantages Lilian's cup happiness was only partially filled. 'Suitors thronged around her, but met "with no success, for the girl's imagina tion had wrought her an ideal picture that won her heart's strongest admira "tion it was the picture of a man, lofty, {generous and noble, possessing a coun tenance dark, passionate and unlovely, yet truthful and sincere, with eyes penetrative and stern yet fascinating and irresistible the picture of a man between whom ,and herself there lay a gulf so broad that her wildest hope could never cross it. It was a picture she could not drive away, and was always accompanied by a memory of the poor law student, Ed gar "Wharton, in the office of Mr. Tate. 'The presence was unwelcome to her,but what could she...

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