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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

"v.. I sTAe Princeton Union. R.C.DUNN, Publisher. Terms:-$2.00 per year in advance. ONE hundred and twenty-five suits are pending against the electric car company ol Boston, asking for $132,- 000 damages by accidents. A COMPANY to place advertisements on the ceilings of barber shops for the perusal of men getting shaved has been formed in New York. WILLIAM BEININGHAM, ofFairton, Cumberland county, N. J., recently celebrated his 87th birthday anniver- sary by sawing two cords of wood. WHILE drilling for water at San Antonio, Tex., oil of a very superior quality and a seemingly healthy flow was struck at a depth of 535 feet. ONE of Horace Greeley's nephews is a barber in a little town in Warren county, Pa, In personal appearance he is not unlike his distinguished uncle. A MACON, Ga., man has a frying size chicken with not a feather except ing a few on his wings. The chicken has been featherless ever since it was hatched and enjoys perfect health ANTRIM WORRILLOW of Delaware county, Pe...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

7M* "^J-M s^ 5V- r^PT "JBp-r-Y &.3S Jul BEATR,CE I 14 v^V P1TOac^e,' ,er The fact is that if this world is ever brought to God it will not bfe through argu ment, but through testimony. You might COVJT the whole earth with apologies for i Christianity and learned treatises in defense of religionyou would not convert a soul. Lectures on the harmony between science 4an religion are beautiful mental discipline. but have never saved a soul and never will save a BOUI. Put a man of the world and a man of the Church against each other, and the man of the world will in all probability get the triumph. There are a thousand i, things in our religion that seem illogical to the world, and will always seem illogical. Our weapon in this conflict is faith, nofclogic faith, not metaphysics faith, not pro undi ty faith, not scholastic exploration. But then in order to havo faith, we must have testimony, and if 500 men, or 1,000 men, or 500,000 men, or 5,000,000 men get up and tell me that they ha...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

X fc"' PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED aSVERY THURSDAY CIEZE^Ik/ES, 2 O O E'er "STear. .C .DUNN ,Ei)iTon AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE OTO BIKS5' STORE, EAB 51, PRINCETON, MINN., JULY-17, 1890. COUNTRY Gov. chumps, stand aside! "Room for "The Hennepin County Delegation!" JOEL HEATWOLE is the latest candidate for gubernatorial hon ors. Joel is as good as the best of them. GREAT Scotland! "The Henne pin County Delegation" has issued its ukase! Look out for another atmospheric disturbance. HON. D. M. CLOUGH may be the Republican nominee for lieuten ant governor in spite of "The Hennepin County Delegation." MEREIAM has given the State a good, clean business-like administration. He will be re nominated. He may decline to accept the same. THE Dawson Sentinel, a staunch and fearless advocate of farmers' interests, is disgusted with the old played out party hacks who are running the Alliance in Lac Qui Parle county. HON. J. C. FLYNN, of Little Falls, is out as a candidate for State auditor. 0. L. Cutter...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

_S Eastern Minnesota Railway. NOBTH BOUND. Ex Sun." St. Panl Leave 4:00 Minneapolis Leav 4-20 Princeton Leave 6:07 Mllaca Leave 6:80 Daluth Arrive 10:00 SOUTH BOUND. Duiatn.".77~. Leave Milaca.. Loa\e Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leave St. Panl Arrive Daily. O-SOP.SI. 11-15 1.27 A.M. 8 00 7'80 13:80 p. 8'45 4:08 5 50 6 80 M. 10:46P 3.35 A it. 4:10 6.40 7:10 i I 1 i Princeton Division of the St. P. M. & M- Railway. GOING NORTH. Mon Wed and Fri. Klk River Leave 6'40 Zimmerman 6'25 Princeton 7'00 Long's Siding 7:80 Soule Siding 7.40 Milaca Arrive 8:05 GOING SOUTH. Tnee., Thur. and Sat. AM. Milaca .Leave 4:45 Soale's Siding 5:08 Long's Siding 5 30 Princeton... 5 55 Zimmerman. 6.30 Elk River. Arrive 7:15 St. Clond & Hinckley Division of the St. P., M. & M. Railway. GOING KAST. Le 8 2aA.M. 8 43 Foreston Milaca.. GOING WEST Le 3 45P 4:05 1 Milaca I Foreston Attention, G. A Regular meetings of the Wallace Rmes Post, 6 A R. No 142, will be hold on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

N 1 A Dog Tried for Hla Life.! A Boston (Mas8.) dispatch says: A dog on trial for his lifea sight im possible outside the jurisdiction oi Massachusetts' curious lawswas the event Friday that filled the Munici pal Court to overflowing with curi ous spectators. Judge Curtis presid. ied. The defendent, Towser, a hand some setter, belonging to Nathan Simmons, a South End saloon-keeper, was charged with having a vicious and savage disposition, "dangerous to thp peace and bodily weal of the good citizens of this Common wealth." To prove this, Hilmoth Hess swore that the dog had bitten him without provocation, and he wanted the handsome animal killed. Towser's owner demurred, and the Court sum moned Towser to prove his good character, and he was forthwith brought into court and installed in the pen. His master retained able counsel for him and, amid the titter of the audience and the smiles of Judge Curtis, the trial began. The plaintiff told how he was bitten, but acknowl edged that he ha...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

fc 7 1 he Anniml Moth War* Now is tho time of year when a igreal number of women can find it in their heart to declare that house keeping is a failure of the most dis mal kind* The cares that loom in the spring are (to them) more nu merous than the flowers that bloom, and well to the fore among the ex igencies of the season comes the need of waging deadly war against the merry little moth that isure to get her fine workand her eggs wherever vigilance is relaxed for an instant. The knowing woman begins as soon as the days grow warm to pack up her goods, says the New York World. Furs and clothing go first. The former should be carefully shak en, beaten with a rattan wand, then combed with a rather coarse new comb, and finally rubbed both ways with a damp linen cloth. Then hang in a sunny window for afewminutes, and afterward wrap them in several thicknesses of newspaper. The one thing that a moth absolutely detests is printer's ink, so an illustrated sheet that is very inky, is especi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 July 1890

"X 4/*S, i]f Laundry Lessons Always shake clothes well before putting theni into the bluing water otherwise blue streaks will trouble the good laundress* Borax, in the proportion of a salt spoonful of the powdered to a quart of water is a desirable addition to cold starch. A contributor gives this way of starching linen: "Take one teas poonful of powdered borax and dis solve it in a teacupful of starch dip in the bosoms and collars, roll up tightly, and iron in half an hour." Before commencing the weekly cleansing ofclothes place all ofa kind in separate baskets or piles the un derclothing and bed linen together, also the towels and table linen, the flannels by themsebvs, and the col ored cl othes. The table linen should beexamined and stains removed be fore pntting it into suds. Javelle water is useiul in removing stains except those from iron rust. It is made by dissolving a pound of sal soda in a tin vessel over the fire, and having dissolved a half of a pound ofchloride of lime ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

R. C. DUNN, Publisher VOLUME XIV. TH E WIDOWS ADONIS. From the Argosy. Fitzgerald Brandon was one of the lucky mortals treated with material partiality by that fickle jade, fortune. No stepdame frowns fell to his share, no chilling glances, no rebuffs. Every thing went well with him. Did he speculate imprudently, the speculation, however unpromising was certain to do well did he back a rank outsider for a great race, it was almost certain of a place. Fortune always befriended him. He generally rose a winner from his post-prandial rubber, not because his skill was ex traordinary, but from sheer force of luck and it was on record that on one occasion he broke the bank at Monte Carlo. He was, besides, extremely hand some, though on a liliputian scale for Fitzgerald Brandon was not only one of the luckiest but also one of the smallest 6f men. He stood just five feet five in his boots, but his neat little figure, al ways dressed in the most perfect-fit ting chefa-d'oeuvre of Smalpage or ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

The Princeton Union. R.C.DTJNN, Pubusherf^MH Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. I THE salt held in solution in the ocean Were spread over the earth it would form a layer of morethat thir ty feet deep covering the whole globe. A' A MILLIONAIRE Chinaman of San Francisco named Wag Yin Wan, has bought 15,000,000 acres of land in Tehauntepoc, where he will establish a Chinesecity. THE czar, according to a recent statistician's calculation, is the larg est private owner of land in the world the total is about 50,000,000 acres, about the size of the whole of France. Miss MITCHELL, of Kingston, a graduate of Queen's university, who received a license to practice medi cine a couple of months ago, is the first woman in Canada to write M. D., after her name. FRED STIMPSON of Ann Arbor, Mich., has a bob-tailed cat which has Inflicted her lack of tail on a litter of offspring. The faculty is at loss to explain the freak, and the kittens mew a ceaseless tale of woe. A CAT at Tombstone, Ariz., is re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

\T BOWSSft AND THE MltiD CURE. ry por Mrs. B. Allowed Him to Demonstrate W- the Theory and Practice or Slightly Unreliable Therapeutics. H* After supper the other night Mr. Bowser weut to Iris overcoat pocket and got out a small book and began reading ft, and after v\ aiting long enough to let him understand that I had no curiosity on the subject I queried: "Something now on poulti) P" "No,1* 5t? I "It isn't Ho\le?" ''1 "No. i "Well, wh at is itP" "I oan tell you the title of it, but you can't understand. It is a very, very deep work." "Oh, it is! You can understand a yerv, -very deep woi*k and I can't." 'Naturally. Man has the stronger, deeper mind, of course. The title of this vvoikis: "Nature's Diseases and RemediesControl of the Body bv the "V Mind.'" ^VV'Bosh!" W"What! What's that!" "You are too old to waste time on 4, such nonsense, Mr. Bowser." $* "Nonsense! Why, it's the plainest &s principle of philosophy in the world. The human body is but day, the soul is immortal. he...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

id* A i PRINCETON UNION. pff iitlSHEfc ./SVERY ^THURSDAY l&BB&JgJP&BlW JV JPQ&imea JTZEJIKik/rS, 2 OO Per "STear. R.C.nTTNX.EniTon \NpTBOvntT!TOB. SPPISS OVE im vm un H. PRINCETON, MINN., JULY 31, 1890. READ James Gr. Blaine out of the Republican party! Bali! THERE is nothing weak about the ticket nominated at St. Paul last Thursday, WHAT'S the matter with the platform adopted by the Republi can Sjfcato convention? It is all right. JOEL HEATWOLE, h\ as chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, is the right man in the right place. No more secret ballots in Repub lican State conventions. The man that is afraid to vote openly and above board is out of place in any convention. Gr. W. BENEDICT'S many friends all over the State regret to learn of the death of his estimable wife, which occurred at Sauk Rapids last Saturday. SUPERINTENDENT PORTER has or dered a re-count of both St. Paul and Minneapolis. The people of the State, outside the twin cities, applaud Mr. ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

mt' Great Northern Railway45J?t NOItTK HOUND. St. Paul.... Minneapolis. Princeton... Milaca Duluth... Kx.Sun. GOSNO EAST. 1, Dully. 0:S0l*. M. 41:15 ...Leave Leav ...Leave ...Leave Arrive 4:00 r. 4:30 0:07 6:!i0 10:00 1:37 A.M 8:00 7:30 SOUTH BOUND. Dulmb. i Leave Milaca Letoo Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leave St. Paul At rive 18:30 P.M. 3M5 4:08 5:50 6:20 10:45P 3:35 A. St. 4:10 6:40 7:JO St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the- G. N. Railway,' UOINO WEST. Le. 8:20 A. M. Milaca Le. 8:45r.M Foroeton... 4:05 8:43. Attention, G. A. K. Regular meetings of the Wallace Iiines Post, O. A. K. No. 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, o%or Oaley's kWarorooms, Princeton, Minn. PIUNKAS GATES, JosKru NOKES, Adjt. Commander. FRATERNAL. L01G13 i\o. 1)2, A. F. & A. M. Regular communications, Becond Wednesday of each month. Theie will ho special communications of Fra tcrnal lodge No. 0a A. & A. M. on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month. WM...

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. — 31 July 1890

'x ^^*h I THE NORTHWEST. IA Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwestern States. MINNESOTA. New Ulra has a population of 8,800, an in crease of nearly 500 in five years. At Brainard, James Harrison, aged 11, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. The steamer Big btone City was Earned by incendiaries while in harbor at O rtonville. The damage to property in Lake City by the recent storm will amount to about 10,- 000 The Mankato city council has fixed the pay of laborers employed by the city at $1.50 per day A boy with a slingshot broke a plate glass at Mankato and it coat his father $75 to settle William Matz, of St. Paul was knocked off a street car by a passing car and fatally injured August Gerund*on and Hans Olson were drowned in the Mississippi at Lakeland by the capsizing of a boat. Christian Sappie. a prominent and wealthy tanner living near Ward, was drowned while boating in a mill pond. The Blue Earth County A imcultural socie ty will hold its twent...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

^'""l Our duty toward God is measured by our ability. A Woman Two Hundred Years Old. A case is on record of a woman who Uvea to this advanced age, but it is scarcely neces sary to state that it was in "the olden time." Now-n-days too many women do not live halt their allotted years. The mortality due to functional derangements in the weaker sex is simply frightful, to say nothing of the i indescribable suffering which makes life scarce ly worth the living to so many women. But for these sufferers there is a certain relief. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Perscriptiou will positively i cure leucorrliea painful menstruation, pro lapsus, pain in the ovaries, weak back in shortfall those complaints to which so many women are martyrs. It is the only guaron teed cure, see guarantee on bottle-wrap per. Cleanse the liver, stomach, bowels and whole system by using Dr. Pierce's Pellets. The last chantsa mass for the repose of the dead. i ii ii Any man that puts an article in reach of overworked women t...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

fx AT k* Run as an Adjunet. There came a chap one day to set up a drug store in our mining town, which had taken a boom and was attracting buisness. This wasn't to be a "regular" drug store, but the drug part was an annex to a grocery and boot-and-shoe store. The new arrival had just opened out, when Tom Harrison, one of the men in my claim, was taken one night with bili ous colic. Ben Wheeler, another of our men, went to the druggist's to get a remedy, but that individual at once said to him* "I know mighty little about drugs, but I took this stock on a debt and thought I'd better show'em up. The drugs are an adjunct "Yes, but Tom has had a bad case of colic." "Well, I might hit something, and I might missit. I don't want to take the chances. If you do, go ahead." "I don't feel fit, and mebbe I'd bet ter go and ask Tom. If* he'll run the chances I will." He came back and stated the case. Tom's colic was worse, and in his desperation he exclaimed "Git sunthin'no matter what! You can...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

'!_'! wV $* UNION JOB I OFFICE O NOTE HEADS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, CIR- CULARS, BUSINESS CARDS, INVITATIONS. PROGRAMS, SHIPPING TAGS, NOTE BOOKS, RECEIPT BOOKS, DODGERS, ETC., ETC. HH PLi W ft A Stock of First Class Stationery Con stantly on Hand. All Stationery put up Tablets and niceh Trimmed. Blank Books, with Perforated Stubs, Neatly Bound. O Cfc -P-l fcri We Have added many Improvements to Our Job Office and are Prepnred to do First Class Work at Moderate Prices j^"Patromze Your Home Office. Stand by the Paper that is ever True to the Interests of Mllle Lacs Countv. W *5 5C UNION JOB OFFICE For Sale Cheap. A hght-1 tinning Champion Binder, almost as good as new also a two seated buggy in good condition Will dispose of them on easy teims. Apply to ABKAM ORB. Princeton, Minn. Proceedings of County Com missioners. Iji AUDITORS OFFICE, Mille Lacs County Minn., -i^ Princeton, July 14th 1890The board of county "i commissionerchapter met session accordingofto provisions...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 July 1890

T&$- U7i the valuation ab returned by the assessor of said town It was unanimously -voted to reduce the personal property assessment of Geo W. Fieer the town of t^reenbush seventj five dollars it being shown to the satisfaction of the board that there had been a payment of seventj fhe dollars on a real estate mortgage held by said Freei There being no further business to tiancacton motion tne board ndjonrned sine die VANALITEI^ Conntj Auditor A CATER, GEORGE BUCK JOHN MCCOOL Board of Equalization, Mille Lacs County, Minn A tellow named Hemy Thomas lined a livety team at S Libby's stables, last Fuday, to oe gone as he said, foi a couple of days Thomas did not letuin (Sunday as agieed upon, and on Monday Mr Ltbby became uneasy and began to make inquiiies He tound the tellow had lied to him in some particulais, and he at once telegiaphed to Sheiifl: Quion at Sauk llapids, and officer in several othei places, besides he had 50 postal cards containing a descnption of the man and team...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 August 1890

i R. C. DUNN, Publisher. YOLUME XIV. I. THE GRAPE-VINE SW1NQ. When I was a boy on the old plantation, Down by the deep bayou, The fairest spot ol all creation, Under the arching blue. When the windcame over the cotton and corn, To the long, slim loop I'd spring. With brown feet bare and hat-brim torn, And swing in the grape-vine swing, wincing in the grape-vine awing, 1 dream and sigh For the days gone by, Swinging in the grape-vine swing. Out o'er the water-lilies bonnie and bright, Back to the moss-grown trees, I shouted and laughed with a heart as light As a wild rose tossed by the breeze. The mocking bird joined in my reckless glee, "'.longed for no angel's wing I wfts just as near heaven as I wanted to be, Swinging in the grapevine swing, Swinging in the grapevine swing, Laughing where the wild birds sing Oli! to bo a boy, With a heart full of joy. Swinging in tho grapevine swing. I'm weary at morn, I'm weary at night, I'm fretted and soie of heart And care is sowing my locks w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 August 1890

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. HANNIBAL HAMLIN JAMES BLACK, THREE SIXTY-FIVE SEAREN, PROFESSOR does more fish ing and catches fewer fish than any other man in Maine, so it is said,. who was the pro hibitionist candidate for president in 1872, lives in Lancaster, Pa., hale and hearty, though a septuagena rian. CK0'- ft^:-^: N.-S. :v' locomotives havebeen ship ped from this country to Palestine for the new railro'ad between Jaffa and Jerusalem. They are named Jaffa, Jerusalem and Ramleh. GEN. PREMOKT never wore glasses. His eyes were as sharp and clear as a young man's. He was perfect phys ically and appeared at least twenty years younger than most men of his affe. SOME relic hunter has tft out and 'carried away from the Union college building in Schenectady, N. Y., a sec tion of window sill in which ex-Presi dent Arthur cut his name years ago when a student there, V. years ago \Emmons fiudge began to sell ice in Hartford, Conn., and he wa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 August 1890

i ***$ fe w* !jgu, i" 'Celefoerate tlie Festival of fi Patron Saint of a Bus ^l&' sian Regiment. Parliament Prorogued Tlie Bearing Sea Matter May be Arbitrated^'**,. I ft ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 19.To-day the festival of the patron saint of the Prevbras hensky regiment was celebrated at Narva. The czar and czarina, Emperor William and others of the imperial parties attended di vine service in the camp of the regiment ^and afterward in church. Later the kaiser revisited the town hall, where he received ad- ?J dresses of welcome. Before the military ?^Teview the emperor presented the czar and czarina with a splendid carriage. At the 1:, luncheon, which took place later, the czar toasted the kaiser and Emperor Francis bseph of Austria. Emperor William, re sponding in Russian, proposed the healthy of the czar. International Tariff Reform. LONDON, Aus. 18.The success which has attended the series of international confer Kencesthat ha\e been held during the last $ -i few years in favor o...

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