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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 August 1890

P&S Jii 3 PRINCETON UNION* BLI8HB &: -irraEomimr hi THURSDAY VER .C .DUNN.EDITOR AND PBOPHIKTOR, STORE morn. PRINCETON, MINN., AUG. 21, 1890. MONTICELLO people 'are talking of building a bridge*'across the Mississippi river at that point. SMALL counties like Mille Lacs do not cut -muclijof a1 figure in Democratic conventions, or in any other political convention for that matter. Wo are indebted to the Two Harbors Iron Post for a potato puff. W have shipped]'De Lacy a bushel) of the finest "praties" that he ever1 laid eyes on. i^ I LITTLE FALLS Transcript:- When the last ^Republican convention adopted an open ballot a precedent was established that should be fol lowed in future State conventions. THE-brightest paper1 published in Stillwater, the Prison Mirror, has completedi its'!third volume. W sincerely hope that the Prison Mirror will continue to flourish and find favor with 1 that be." the "powers ANOTH ER train robbery in Mis souri. Jim and Cole Younger are in the Minnes...

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. — 21 August 1890

Uff*f. ^1 t*f 1 Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. __ Ex Sunr 4:00 si 4,20 6-07 6:80 10:00 St. PaaJ Leave Minneapolis Leav Princeton Leave MUaca Leave Dulnth Arrive JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt Miss i Daily. O'.SOP.U. 11-15 1:87 A.*. 8:00 7:80 BOUTH BC0ND. Dnlutb Leave Mtlaca Leave Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leave St Paul ..Arrive 19:90 p. M. 8:45 4:08 R'BO 6:20 10'45P 8-35 A 4:10 0.40 7:t0 St. Cloud & Hinokley Division of the G. XT. Railway. GOING BAST, CtoisG -WEST. yoreaton..Le. 8.20 A.M. I Mllaca Le. 8 46r. Milnca.... 8 43 Foreston... 4:05 Attentio n, G. A. Regular meetings of the "Wallace RmoB Post, GAR No. 148, will bo held on the let and 3id Tuesdays of each month, in their hallfl\e Caley'a warerooms, Princeton, Minn PHINEAS GATES, I Commander. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Regnlar communications, second Wednesday of each mouih. There vnu be special communications of Fra tei-nal lodge No 93 A & A on the 1st and Srd Satindaj e^eulngs of ench month W M. COIUHNER, W CHAS...

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. — 21 August 1890

f^ ii: I WERE YOU. Il I T' yon I often Bp,y?M To those who seem to need advice, I'd always look bolore I leaped, _ I'd always think it over twice JSP And then I'd heave a troubled sign F01, after all, I'm only I. I no er discuss, if I were you, p,Q Tho failings of mv fellow men C& I'd think ot all their virtues first, And scan my own shoitcomings then But thongh'nll this good and true I am but'l, I am not you If I wore you and half so vam Amidst my lolly I would pause To se& how dull and light a fool I was myself 1 don't because (And here I heave a pitying sigh) I am not you, I'm only I If I were you no selfish care Should chase my cheeiy smile away I'd scatter round me love and hope, I'd do a kindness every day. But here again I find it true That I am I, and yon are you. I would not be so very quick To take offense, if were you I would lespect myself, at least. Whatever others say or do Alas! can no one tell me why I am not you, instead of I? In short, if I were only you An...

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. — 21 August 1890

i *P, Colonel Mulhattoh. Colonel Joe Mulhatton, of Ken tucky, the biggest liar in the United States, if not in the universe, has been a drummer for a longtime. He has been a liar for twenty years or more according to the story he told a reporter for the Kansas City Times recently. He has made a good dea* of money out of both callings. Col onel Mulhatton is an undersized man and the shirt he wore looked like it had never seen a laundry since the day of its manufacture. Neverthe. less Colonel Mulhatton's collar was clean, and a fine stud blazed on the front of his georgeous red four-in hand tie. The liar's coat was of lin" en, three shades off the black in its rustiness, but the Colonel's hand shake was warm, and his smile sought the reporter's better nature and the tv\ were friends. 'I am not a liar by nature," said Colonel Mulhatton "I make a busi ness of it for amusement. I told my first big lie for a Louisville newspa per twenty years ago. I told of a score of mummies that were di...

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. — 21 August 1890

fflGNSsw.ii if" NOKA'S LOYEBS, ptv "People who talk so abou,t 'their being wasted very sel IP^Ij an. waste,much ^talents av say Nora *&& her rosy lip curling disdainfully. it is June the hedges are gay with *pink roses and sweet with the per fume of cream-colored honey-suckle. Slowly the girl walks through the mingling clover, tall buttercups and long grass, dropping sarcasms over her shoulder to her companion, who is compelled by the narrowness of the path to follow behind. His long pale face is framed in fair hair, which falls over his shoulders from under a large hat that wants only ostrich plumes to be a veritable Gainsbor ough. He has large dreamy eyes, and his face is as smooth as the white hands which hold an open beautifully-bound volume with aes thetic liberality of margin. Nora's tart remark is followed by a silence which continues until the poet clears his throat and rustles a leaf, then she halts. "I do hope," she says emphatical ly, "that you are not going to re...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 September 1890

\spre* *,jifj \j$*4 f*. R. C.-DUNN, Publisher. A SONG O LONG AGO. A song o'long JIRO, Sinjr it hjjhtlj binjr it low Sing it BOitly like the haping of the lips we used to know, Wheta oui* baby laughter ppilled From th hearts loiover Hlled With a music sweet as robin ever thrilled. Let the frnejrant summer bieeze. Ami the tames oflocuBt tiees. And the apple buds nnd blossoms, and the wings of hone\ bees, All palpitate with jilee, Till the happj harmonv Brings back eai,h tluldishioy tojou and me. Let the eves of tanej tin Where the tumbled pmpnis bum Like embers in the orehaid 8 lap of tousled fiint.8 and 'em, And let the wajward wind, Mill Mtifiii plod behind Thendei pies -the good old fashioned kind! Blend in the song the momi Of the do\e that gne\e& alone, And the wild whin the locust and the bum ble's dmwsy drone. And the low ot cows that call Thioush the pasture hais when all The landscape lades away at evenfall. Then fai away and Hear,* Thiough the duskv atmo^pheie. Let the w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 September 1890

F" "s* fc&, III'' j,^miles 55 '$'Y TA Princeton Union R. C. DUNN, 'Publisher.' Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. I THIS cool weather continues, the watermelon will have to go South for the the benefit its health. GERMANY has one doctor to 1,500 of population France one to 3,167 the United Kingdom one to 1,234 but the United States 600. THE Rochester, N. Y., Herald con tributes a. new idea to the talk on pensions. I objects to paying union soldiers for "the time they spent lux uriously in rebel prisons." THE cattle interests of Montana are something immense. This years shipments will reach 100,000 head. It is sua increase of 30,000 over last year. THE form of real "estate deeds has been reduced from fibre pages to one in New York, and the cost of record ing from $1.75 to 0 cents and $1 each. THEY are not "illiberal" down in Kentucky. The other day 200 in dictments were fouiafl. The court was held in & tent and*was guarded by two companies of soldiers. A LONPON bookseller recen...

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. — 4 September 1890

GENTLE WORDS.! i)r. Talmage Dwells Eloquent ly Upon the Power of Kindness. Souls Cannot be Won for Christ by any Other Means. CINCINNATI, OHIO, Special.Dr. Talmage, discoursed on a power which, ic had been usedjas extensively as Christ intended it to be used, would have saved the church and the world fr)m infinite discord and sorrowthe "power of kindness His text is* "A Solt Tongue Breaketh tho Bone." (Prov. xxv, 15 Following in his sermon When Solomon said this, he drove a whole "olume into one phrase. You, of course, will not be so silly as to tike the words of the "text in a literal sense They simply mean to set iorth the fact that there is a tre mendous power in a kind word. Although it may seem +o be very insignificant, "its force is indesciIbable and inimitable. Pungent and all conquering utterance: ,4A Soft Tongue Breaketh the Bone If the weather were not so hot, and I had time, I would snow you kindness as a means of defense, kindness as a means of usefulness, kindness as a ...

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. — 4 September 1890

-X PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED iSVEKY THURSDAY ^CEI^ls^CS, 2 O O E'er ~Z"ea,z. DUNN,EDITOR ANT) PROPBIFTOK OFFICE OVER SISES1 STORE, W H, PRINCETON, MINN SEPT. 4, 1890 OB president in 1892, James G. Blaine. As a gar bier of extracts the St. Paul Neios takes the cake. CoNGRFSSMAN CoMSTOCK will be renominated at Little Falls to-day. HOLD on bo your claims at Mille Lacs lake, bo^s. The Indians will be removed. THE Isanti county Democrats endoise eveij thing except the Ben nett school law and leciprocity. J. J. HILL has given $500,000 for the endowment of a Catholic theological seminary to be erected in or near St. Paul. BARIUM has purchased the Sauk Centre Avalanche. Frank is a good boy but he is on the wrong side of the political fence. WHAT ails the editor of the Sleepy Eye Herald7 Will he please state the point he wishes to make against the UNION" understand- ing^* BRAZIL will be glad to make trade concessions to the United States. The Blaine idea is spread ing, and the Democrats are...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 September 1890

wt- Br*!'* Great Northern Railway. NORTH MOUND. Ex. Sun. f:00 p. 4:80 6:07 6:80 10:00 St. Panl Leave Princeton Leav Milaca Leave Duluth Arrive Dnluth -.Leave Milaca Leave Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leavo St. Panl Arrive Daily. 0:80 P. M. 11:15 1:87 A. 8:00 7:80 SOUTH BCUNP, 18:20P".M. 8:45 4:08 5:50 6:80 10:45 8:35 A.M. 4:l"0 6:40 7:JO St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST. !?H. Foresion.".LoT 8:Sfii A. M. Milaca Le. 8:45p. Milaca...." S:43 1 Foreston-- 4:05 Attention, G. A. K. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rine's Poet. G. A. R. No. 142, will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley's iwarerooms, Princeton, Minn. PHINKAS GATES, Commander. JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. FBATERNAIi LODGE, No. 92, A & A Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month. There will he special communications of Fra ternal lodge No. 92 A. F. & A. M. on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month. WJI. CORDINER, W. M. CUAS. A. DICKEY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 September 1890

$4$\ & r The Way It la Said. *Tlie sultan awoke with a stifled scream: His nerves were shocked by a fearful dream. An omen of terrible import and doubt His tooth all in one moment fell out. His wise men assembled at break of day, And stood at the throne In solemn array. And when the terrible dream was told Each felt a shudder, his blood ran cold All stood silent in fear and dread. And wondering what was best to bo said At length a soothsayer, wrinkled and gray, -Cried: "Pardon, myloid, what I have to say '"Tls an omen of sorrow sent from on hlghl Thou bliall see all thy kindred die." Yroth was the sultan he gnashed his teeth. And his veiy words seemed to hiss aud soothe -As he ordered the wise man bound with chains, And gave him a hundied stripes for his pains lThe wise men shook us the sultan's eye Swept 'vcund to see who next would try. But one of them, stepping before the throne, Exclaimed, in aloud and joyous tone: "Exult, O head of a happy state! Rejoice, O heir of a glorio...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 September 1890

IN THE DEPTHS. Tho Horrors or the March Through an African Forest. The following is an extract from the peech of H. M. Stanley at the re ception tendered bv the Emin relief committee in London, giviug an ac count of his terrible journey through the heart of the tropical forest. **Day after day, week after week, from dawn of morning to near eve, with noon interval of rest, we are urged on unrestingly. Step by step we gain our miles and penetrate deeper and deeper into that strange conservatory of nature, the inner womb of a true tropical forest. The warm vapors rise from it as from a great fermenting vat, until so dense are the exhalations in a fow days that only the flaming bolt can let in the suulight on that impervious and end less foliage above our heads. After a month's unbroken maich we halt for Test, and for the first time attempt to -question natives who have hitherto art fully elude our efforts to gain intelli gence. We ask them if they know of any grass land lying east, nor...

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. — 4 September 1890

's If mif & Daring Kit Castla. think that the bravest man I *ver knew," said the colonel to the Atlanta Constitution, "was one of the worst. His name was Kit Castle, and for some yearsso long ago that my hair grows grayer when I think of ithe was sheriff of Utah county, Wyoming. Kit had his own peculiar code ot morals, like a good many other western men of that day. He borrowed money the most reckless fashion, but he always paid it back to the last cent. He never broke a promise, but he would cheat at cards at every opportunity. He couldn't help it. Every one knew that he cheated, but no man was ever bold enough to say so in his face for Castle was not afraid of any thing that walked or crawled, and he was a dead shot every time his big finger pressed a trigger. He was over si\ feet in height, a lion in strength, and a tiger when in arage. "He started out alone on horse back once when he was sheriff to cap ture two horse-thieves. He was gone for a week, and people began to think...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 September 1890

ANCIENT ENGINEERS. Their Feats of Skill Which Moderns Cannot Equal. The bumptiousness of the modern engineer gives little oftense, because it is honest and guileless. It is a waste of time to ask him how the bowlders of Stonehenge were conveyed to their resting place, how the walls of Fiesole or Mjcene were built these marvels represent the power which lies in the brute force of multitudes, and there's an end of the question. Engineering now is an art and a science, with which the rude work of the savages has no sort of connection. One must not in quire why he takes it for granted that Stonehenge, for example, was built by savages, where the brute multitude came from how they sub sisted on Salisbury Plain, or why it it is necessary |to assume that they were unacquainted with mechanics. All that is chosejugeebeyond dis pute. If you cite records of antiqui ty which tell of works he cannot ri val that fact alone is proof that the record is a lie: for how can it possi ble be that mere G...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 September 1890

4 mi 1 TA "S '^ffc Princeton Union. R. C.DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. IN TWO weeks after the new coinage law went into effect in America, sil ver in London leaped up to the high est price it had reached in twelve years. SOME of the cottonwood telegraph poles used in Nevada chanced to be sunk in marshy places with the bark on. They have taken root, and dis play attractive foliage. A CARPET used in a room of the Philadelphia mint, after being in wear some years, was burned the other day in pans, and yielded $2.- 500 worth of gold. IT IS told of a young man in Han cock, Mo., that though he goes to meetings, parties and other gather ings he has never been known to speak to anybody but his parents. No reason is assigned for his silence. AMONG the seven prisoners recent ly received at the Walla Walla peni tentiary was McCoul. the robber of the Seattle relief fuud. He was so fat that the tailor was put to work at once to rig him in a suit of bed-tick ing cloth. He is i...

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. — 11 September 1890

VL0t," 4 ft'.' 1IIJ UJI IIIJtJMUJiilUlMIUKBUlUIBMBB DANIELS ESCAPE, Dr. Talmajre Debates Upon the Adventure in the Lion's Den. Interesting Beyiew of a High ly Popular Biblical Character. WACO. Tex., Special.Dr. Talraage to day delivered the following discourse on the text: "Then the king commanded and they brought Dnniel and cast him into the den of lions." Daniel vi., 10. jjgDarius was king of Babylon, and the young man Daniel was BO much a favorite with him that he made him prime minister, or secretary of state. But no man could gain such a high position without excitiug the envy and jealousy of the people. There were demagogues in Babylon who were so appreciative of their own abilities that they were affronted at the elevation of this young man. Old Babylon was afraid of young Babylon. The taller the cedar the more apt it is to be riven ot the lightning. These demagogues asked the kinz to make a decree that anybody that made a petition to any one except the king within 30 days sh...

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. — 11 September 1890

/X PRINCETON UNION. PUULIBilKD jfiVEKY THURSDAY Jt tynZ2&EWE$?W MJV JPM,iwiG8 CE!I^^CS,$a OO Pei "2"ear. .C .DUNN,EDITOH AND PnorniSTOR. orncEmi AMES was not in it. E. W Duraiit and Daniel Buck ditto. W E would like to see Hon C. A. Gilraan's opinion of Thomas Wil son in print.' NOTWITHSTANDING THOMAS WILSON, GLENN, ^mmmi^immmmmmmmM,wmmmsi0smmmmwmsmm& STORE, HAIR SI, FRINCETON, MINN., SEPT. 11, 1890. KELLY and Doran, "Me' and Mike," are still on deck. their high sounding resolutions the Democ racy of Isanti county were not represented in the Democratic State convention. Democratic nominee for governor: "I am not here to say a word against rail roads." Of course not. Mr. Wilson is a railroad lawyer. THE platform adopted by the Democratic State convention is a verbose meaningless conglomera tion of glittering generalities, baited with honied words to catch Republican gudgeons and make Democratic votes. M. W. GLENN is a recognized champion of the laboring men in Minneapolis. In...

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. — 11 September 1890

'1 0S ski 1 I ?s '^^^^mwwwm Great Northern Railway. NOKTH HOUND. ExrSnn. St. Pan] Leave Minneapolis Loav Princeton Leave Milaca Leavt Dnlnth Arrive Daily. 0:80 P. M. 11:15 1:87 A.M. 3:00 7:80 4:00 r. at 4:80 6:07 6:80 10:00 80UTI1 BCUND. 12:W r. M. 8:45 4:08 B:50 6:20 Dnlnth --.Leave Milaca Leave Princeton Lea\e Minneapolis LeaAe Bt Paul Arrive 10:45r 8:85 A. M. 4:10 6:40 7:10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the Q. N. Railway. GOING EA&T. GOING WEST. Foresion..Le. 8-SOA M. I Milaca Le. 8:45p.H Milaca.... 6M0 1 Foreston... 4:05" Attention, G. A Regular meetings of the Wallace Rines Post, G. A.R. No. 149, will be held on the jet and 3rd Tuesdays of e'ich inonth. in their hall, over Caley'a iwureroome, Princeton, Minn. PIUNEAS GATES, Commander. JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A & A Regular commnnicntionB, second Wednesday of each month. Theiewillbe special commnnications of Fra ternal lodge No 02 A & A M. on the 1st and 3rd batnrdaj e\ewngs of each month....

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. — 11 September 1890

ant ^p^s^^F^^^^S HE BEAT THE OLD MAN. A Detroit Father Gives HIi Hopeful Boj Some Polntors on -Euchre. A Woodward avenue resident tolls i' himself: "My little boy came home the other -evening in a glow of pleasure because he had been invited to a progressiva euchre party. He talked of nothing else the whole dinner hour. He was so full of the subject that he had scarcely any room left for food. He was bound to win the prize, and gave his mothei auervous headache bty constantly din ning away at the same subject. Afte* we got settled down for the evening he put in the time manipulating a deck oi cards. Finally my wife's sympathies were aroused and she interceded for -the youngster. "'Henry, sit down and give Jitnmie some pointers on euchre. You're an old player and can teach him a good doal about the game. It will nearly break the poor boy's heart if ho doesn'i capture the prize.' "Jimmie grinned and eagerly sec onded the suggestion. I admit "that I felt a little flattered, and graciou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 September 1890

I? Modern Literary Chances. The aspirant for literary honors with pecuniary remuneration should remember th at the most famous names in the literary guild earned their money for the most part in bher than literary ways. Bryant was an editor and publisher. Long fellow and Holmes and Lowell were Harvard professors. Emerson and Bayard and Taylor were lecturers and Taylor was also a Tribune edi tor. Curtis and Stoddard depend upon editorial salaries Stedman is a broker, and Halleck was John Jacob Astor's private secretary. And one might go further with this list. Whittier began as an editor, and only in middle life attempted to lean on literature alone for a support which his early savings and simple habits made possible. It was always Longfellow's advice to young men who wished to be lit erary to have first, and mainly, a vocation independent of the finer muse. If a young writer thinks he possesses genius he may of course experiment witfh it, but it will serve his purse and peace of mi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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