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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 September 1890

jft V.J 1?i w I* I Russian Romance, The Russians are a simple, harm ess people. When not engaged in blowing each other into the air with dome-made dynamite, they confine themselves to home-made jam and rural recreation. At Odessa, for ixample, the son of a small landowner attempted to marry the daughter of a neighbor. All went well, the wedding gnests were as sembled, and the wedding feast was spread. Suddenly it occurred to someone that, in view of the prevail ing irritability of domestic politics, considerable uncertainty naturally attended the gathering together of any number of persons. It the po lice chose to consider that they were not wedding guests, and that they were Nihilists, there would be an end of the entertainment. To make se curity secure, therefore, it was pro posed to eat the wedding breakfast at once, and to go on to the wedding afterwards. The thing was done, the toasts were drunk, and the party proceeded to church. Everybody was very jolly and a little hazy. Pre...

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. — 18 September 1890

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XIV. HOME. A mnn can build a manBitin And furnish it throughout A man may build a palace, With lolty wnlla and stout A man can build a temple. With high and apacioua dome But no man in the world can build That precious thing called Home. Bo it is a happy faculty Of women far and wide, To turn a cot or palace, Into something else beside, Where brothers,sons and husband tired, With williH" footsteps come. A place of rest, where lo\e abounds, A perfect kingdomHome. Janet Jones. McGEATH'SBAD NIGHT. Youth's Companion. "Come, then, childer," said Mrs. McGrath, and took the big iron pot off. They crowded around her, nine of them, the eldest not more than thirteen, the youngest ]ust big enough to hold out his yellow crockery bowl. "The youngest first," remarked Mrs. McGrath, and ladled out a poition ot the boiled corn meal to each of the de plorable boys and girls. Before they reached the stools from which they had sprung up, or squatted again on the rough floo...

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. — 18 September 1890

rx The Princeton Union, R. C.DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. AN experimental vote on woman suffrage in the Mississippi constitu tional convention resulted in 16 votes fort 17 against. HALSTED street, Chicago, is one ol the lougest streets in the world, being about eighteen miles in length in a perfectly straight line within the city limits. FRANCE is seeking a new outlet for her surplus cash. M. Yves Guyot, the minister of public works, has just submitted plans for the con struction of a sea canal to Paris. HE census report of 1880 report ed less illiteracy in Wyoming than in any other State or Territory in the Union. Women had been voting in Wyoming for over ten years at that date. I IS cited as a remarkable fact that not an island has risen or sunk from sight in the Pacific ocean for thirty-four years, and geologists say nature is resting for a startling" movement in that quarter. ABOUT the lowest scale of wages paid in a civilized country is that in Prussia, whe...

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. — 18 September 1890

i 1\ It"' AW 4B$f tH' BHas STATE DEMOCRACY. Tliey Nominate Thomas Wil son as a Candidate for Governor of Minnesota, A Full Ticket Selected With Much Harmony at Their Convention. The democratic state convention met in St. Paul, and after the usual preliminary proceedings proceeded to nominate a candi date (or Governor. Cunt. W. Q, Branson nominuted on. E, N. Durnnt. "Winona's opportunity came next, and W.J. Whipple mounted one of the chairs and placed Tom Wilson in nomination in the following elo quent address: I desire to place In nomination as a candidate for governor a gentleman who has lived tor more than a quarter of a century in oue of the lovli est cities of the great Northwest,where he enjoys the esteem of his fellow citizens for the purity of his private lite, for his kindly acts and generous deeds, a gentleman whose imputation as a law yer stands pre-eminently high, as the records of the courts var.ous states and the records of the supreme couit of the United States will am...

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. — 18 September 1890

%f\ PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED ifiVERY THURSDAY arJEJIEilLvdS, 2 O IFex "2Tea.r. R.C.DUNN,Ei)iTon ANP PnorniBTon. omci ora Biro P. J. SIBSE, mar MCGUIRE, IT.3 PRINCETON, MINN., SEPT. IS, 1890. ONE of those days, Judge Chas. D. Kerr, of St. Paul, wilf be ele vated to the supreme court bench. THE St. Cloud Times claims to have the best office building* in the State outside the dnal cities. P. II. IUIIILLY has declined the Alliance nomination for State auditor. Rahilly is a sensible man and does not care for empty honors. THE Democratic St. Paul Neics says, the Democrats of the Second congressional district maintain the record of their party for blun dering by refusing to endorse the gifted Gen. Baker. the bright young Irishman who is the Republican nominee for State auditor, is a vote-getter. He will JDOII more votes than any man on the ticket. Mr. McGuire is a dandy. IN a masterly letter to the editor of the Boston Journal, the incomparable James G. Blaine, lucidly and concisely expl...

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. — 18 September 1890

I Iff Great Northern Railway. NOBTU KOUND. ExTsun"' St. Paul Leave Minneapolis Lov Princeton Leav Miliicn Loavt. Duluth Arrive JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. Duily. 0:B0i.M. 11:15 1:27 A.M. 2:00 7:30 4:00 r, 4:20 6:07 6:80 i0:00 SOUTH BOUND. Duhub .Leave Milaca Loavo Princeton Leave Minneapolis Lejve St.. Paul Arrive 18:20 3:45 4:08 6:80 6:20 M. 10:45r.-*.. 8:85 A.M. 4:10 6:40 7 U0 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING KAST. Foreston. Milaca.. GOING WEST. .L e. 8:80 A.M. 8:43 Miiaca!".. .LeI.""8:48p.M Foreston... 4:05 Attention, G. A Regular meetings of Hie Wallace Kinos Post, G. A It. No. 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley'e iwareroome, Princeton, Min n. PHINEAS GATES, Commande r. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each mont h. There will bo special communications of Fra ternal lodge No. 5 A & A M. on the let and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month. WM. CORDINER, W CHA...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 September 1890

4\ N IW iK J|," ON PICTURE-FRAMING.*' sfBwWtts as to Hie Beit Way to l'ram* Picture* TikSllly. Avery large per cent of the pictures -used to decorate our walls are ruined ly the framing. Why this should be so. what particular fault has rendered this or rhat picture so disappointing, requires power of analysis and nice discrimination few of us ha\ctitno 01 -ability to exert. The decorator fre quently knows no more of the pronrio iies iu the case tnan the earponter'who saws out and lils the moulding, and is Jfirmly perstiadud that the most expen sive is necessarily the handsomest frame. At an arnu post, with its aueagrc resources, oue does uot expect *o iind *-ver\ thing comme ilfaut, but a drew months ago a parlor was furnished *y a bride on the frontier that in many respects might serve as a model for more ambitious surroundings. The pictures, especially, attracted attention as something very superior, but a closer inspection showed" that, though carefully chosen, much of the beauty...

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. — 18 September 1890

I Tif-PP W I A POT OF GOLD. i E storm's just about over, Mollie, 1 can see the rainbow." "Then you can bring in an armful of wood, Hiram," came from Mollie's voice in the kitchen. "This water's never goin' to boil." "I does beat all how some folks make money," Hiram continued. Seem to pick it rig'ht up off the ground, someway. They say there's a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow I wish I could find one of 'em, that's all!" "Are you going after tluit wood, Hiram Briggs," demanded Mollie, appearing in the doorway. "If you don't you won't get your pot of cof fee for breakfast, an' I reckon you'll miss that more'n you will the pot of gold that's at the end of That rain- bow." "Oh, I'm goin' Mollie! You're al ways in sech a hurry about every thing!" exclaimed Hiram, testily, dragging his lank figure to its full height and sauntering offtoward the wood pile. "Po of gold, indeed!" said Mollie to herself as she returned to her work. "If there was a pot of gold in every acre of the fai...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 September 1890

/r* fN English Railroad Cars.? 1 Julian Ralph, in Harper's "Weekly. -V Those Americans who go abroad to discover the short comings oi Europe and to exaggerate their own satisfaction with everything Ameri can are always happiest when they are describing an English, French or German railroad. They are half wrong, as bigots usually are but then, again, they are half right. The truest comparison and fairest state ment of tho facts concerning English and American railroads is that if they had our cars and we had i roads, both countries would enjoy railroading in perfection. In order to present the completest picture to the American reader, let him or her imagine a summer horse car with the sides boarded upone of those horse cars we New Yorkers ride upon Third Avenue in, with cross seats facing one another in pairs. Let him imagine the back of every alternate seat carried up to the ceil ing. That would divide the car into three or iour boxes. Then put a window at each end of each seat, an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 September 1890

i R. C. BXJNN,'Publisher. CORRESP ONDENTS: of New Yoik The Choicest and irest Perfumes A specmlty mode on the newest and beet Per fimet) that cnn be purchased in the leading hole tmle ru irkets The Finest Cigars that can be found anywhere 10s- aud 5s of the best quality. Smokers, just try ttiem Toilet Articles including fine toilet cases tooth brushes, hair brushes, combs of all styles and kinds ns, know Princeton, FRANK HENSE, Pree't. CHAS. ERICKSOM, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier, Milie Lacs County Bank, OF PKINOETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. the standard brands and e\ ery other variety NOtifrtY PUBLIC. -i^H Commercial Hotel, Gei mania Bank, of St. Paul, Hanovei National Bank, THE OLD STAND! The Pioneer Drug Store *ALWAYS+ HAT+THE+HEAD+OnTHE+COLUM^- 0. A. JACK, The S City S Drug S Store, WM. McCUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princerton. EVE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 September 1890

I I* 1 ,-s I!" Wit ^ffW%? yjiaissg^- THE SCIIOOLMARM.' TREATS HER SCHOLARS TO ANOTHEP ILLUSTRATED TALK (r Ton Tfavu Mnps and Attunes Gnt Tliem Out tor lltilf an Hour's Soaroli A few Sundays ago Bays the N. Y. World.v/e had an illustrated geographical talk which so pleased our young scholars that the Little Schoolmarm has beeu faiily besieged with requests for "more just like the other one." We have takcu a jump this time from Europe and the Mediterranean Sea ovei to the extreme eastern coast of Asia. Our first poi'it of icscuiblauco is the Japan Sea. A KABBIT. Ilnve you ever owned a rabbit? II Sou have you kuow what a cunning lit tle way he has of sittiug on hishauuehes and waiting to be fed. The Japau Sea is just the shape of a rabbit, and, what is mote, it has its back against Asia and is gnziug at the rich and lovely Japau Islands, whence come the most delicious fruits aud all things edible. The ltibbit is \v,so to look towaids these islands.for he will surely iccpive a generous ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 September 1890

Mr WHY THE SKY IS BLUE. Various Prominent Heavenly Tints Ana- lyzedWhy Stars Twinkle. "You have all noticed'*1 said the pro- fessor, according to the Cincinnati Tivies-Star% "that when we look away from the sun into the cloudless sky. the heavens appear blue when, however, we look in the direction of the sun, especially when, after sunset, we look toward the western horizon, the color is a jellowish red. With the spectro scope it can be shown that the white light from the sun is produced by a aiingliug of different colored rays. In deed, this can be shown by means of any triangular prism, hay one of the pendants of a chandelier. One ol these placed in the path of a beam of light will project on a screen a band of seven colorsred, orange, yellow, jrrcen, light blue, dark blue,and violet. Understanding this wo can readily see how t'ie effect is blue whon a piece of blue glass is interposed or red when Ted glass is used- All but the blue and red rays respectively are absorbed these, ho...

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. — 25 September 1890

Hk T$ It/ ffi& l" C'Jf, c-s- Mil PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY iJTBSffBjyfSfS^TC* IJV TEBMS, $2.00 E'er "STear. lv. 0. DUNN. ElUTOR AND PnoVRIETOT. ismis. ornss ores sorss1 'MAOI -W. JTJNOKTON, MINN., SEPT. 181)0. How do you like the appearance of the UNION this week? For sev eral years past the UNION has been accorded a slim patronage by local advertisers. We have been to con siderable expenseincurred quite an indebtednessto clothe the pa per in a new dross and enlarge its local columns. We sincerely trust our efforts to please will be appre ciated. THE Republican papers are not pleased with. Judge Wilson's nomina tiona vory good reason for Demo cratic congratulation. They say Amos or Duck would have been stronger. Just think what they would have said if the genial doctor had been nomi nated.i# Cloud Times. No matter what they would have said, "the genial doctor" came nearer being elected governor of Minnesota than ever Thomas Wil son will. THE papers are accusing C...

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. — 25 September 1890

1 i 'i$ri 2* $ US*" i Wfflmfa Great Northern Railway. NOttTH BOUNl St. Pttlll Mitmu ip 1'iinctiion Milaca Duluth Ex. Snn 4-00p 4 ao 6 -07 0-80 ,0:00 Duluth Lea\e Milaca Len\e Pnnceton Loa\o Minneapolis Le-ive St Paul Atrho Bally. 0 .0P SI. 11-15 1 27 A. 8-1)0 7:80 Leave Leuv .Leave Leavf Arrive SOUTH BCUNB. 12-30 8:45 4 08 B-50 0 30 Foreston. Lo. 8 20 A I Milncn. Milnca. 8 IS Forest on 10:45P 8-85 A M. 4:10 6:40 7-.10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Eailway. aoiNa EAT 1 GOING WK"5T. Le 8 45P.M 4:05 Attention, G. A. Regular meetmss of the Wallace Iinie Post, 6 A No 142, will be held on the tat and 3rd Tnesdajsof li month in their hall, o\er Caley's iwaieroomb, Princeton Minn PniNhAS GATES Coiumnndor. JO&EPII NOKTJS. Adit. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Resnlnr communications, second Weaiic~du of ich month Tin ic will be special communications of TVi tenia I lodge No 92 A & ,A on the 1st and 3rd bauiulaj e\ tiling of cli month V\ OI.U1NKB, W CIIA-- A DICM-...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 September 1890

The Princeton Union. R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. TWENTY THAT million acres of the land of the United States are held by foreign ers. THE average number of ^distinct wars and expeditions in which Eng land has taken a more or less active part since 1857 seems to have been rather under one a year. some of the paper money we handle is foul and disagreeable to the last degree suggests the fact that every note returning to a French bank is at once destroyed, and a fresh one issued in its stead. IF CYRUS W. FIELD A should lose his millions yet watch his hen-roosts, he would yet be able to save him self from public charity, seeing that the fowls on his Hudson river farm lay 3,000 dozen eggs yearly. SWAMPSCOTT (Mass.) belle, Ella Chamberlain by name, has snddenly discovered that she has great whist ling powers, and is about to visit Europe intent upon blowing Mrs. Shaw out of sight. THE three reasons which a good woman presented for objecting to a prsacher were str...

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. — 25 September 1890

i GOD IS LOVE. Dr. Talinage Discourses Upon the Attributes of the Almighty. Under Whose Wings are to he Sheltered all His Children. BROOM-IN, Special.The subject of the discourse ly Dr. Tnlmime to-day is "Win^H rael, under whose wiugi thou art come trus^ "Ruth ii 12. Scene* An oriental harvest Hold. Grain standing. Grain swaths. Grain sheaves. At the *.ide ot the field, a white tent which to take the nooning, jars of \inegar or of soul" wine to quench the thirat of the hot working people. Swarthy men striking their sioklps into the rustlincr barley, Otheis twisting tho bands for the sheaves, put tins one end of the band under the arm, and with the free aim aud loot collecting the sheaf. Sunburned women picking up the t U3-stiaws and bringing them to the binders. Uoaz, a fine looking Oriental, ^ray-bearded and blight-faced, tho owner of the held, looking on, and estimating the value of the grain and calculating) so many ephahs to the acre and, with his large, sym pathetic heart, pitj...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 September 1890

$ *& P. \n A iv i I FORESTON^JBREEZES. 1 i FoRESTOh, Sept. 23, 1890. m. McLauim of the D. M. Oilman Furnituie Co., Minneapo lis, is in town this week. E. E Whitney and family, and Mis. A. D. Jesmer are taking in the sights at the exposition. Aichio Guthrie is enjoying a period of "single blessedness," Mrs G. being away visiting friends. J. R. Jen aid, Foley Bros, book kcepei is taking a tiip through North Dakota combinding business ith pietism e. We suspect Jimmy of having a moitgage on apiece of calico up in that vicinity, hence the pleasiuc. We hope the editor of the Mora Times ill not give any of our citi zens anothei puff. Since the arti cle of two ^v eeks ago, Messrs. Mal lette, Guthiie, Pi ice and Johnson ha\ been as ain as peacocks, all they lack is the tail feathers. Mal lettc goes aiound with head up and a lordl) air Guthrie has had a habitual bloom upon his counten ance, since Pi ice is as tickled as a school-boy with a new sled and Johnson cariies himself with dig nit...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

Mille The Choicest and Rarest Perfumes. A specialty made on the newest and best Per fames that canfoepurchased in the leading whole sale markets. The Finest Cigars that can be found anywhere, lux and 5s of the best quality. Smokers, just try them. Toilet Articles, including fine toilet cases, tooth brashes, hair brashes, combs of all styles and kinds. Toilet Snaps, including the standard brands and very other known variety. Princeton, Commercial Hotel, Priiiceton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Ftee 'Bus From and ft ail Trains. eE()[AL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is First-Class in all Its ap pointments, and the Aim of the Management is to mrt* the Guests Comfortable. When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. M& N. FRANK HENSC, Pree't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. F*ErTMoN, Qaehierv^J County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000^ JV*. Transacts a General Banfcing...

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

DESERTS AND THIRSTS. JL California Man T1U Why 1 Loves Qm Desert and Hates Another. 'There is a differeuco in deserts, 1^,says Colonel Juan D. McCarthy, of California, in au inleniew published in the New York S," "ami I don't mean to say that I'm stuck on the big -satid valley that stretches betweou the Colorado "river and the Sau Beruadino Mountains. I've a well established horror of that bit of country, and I'll -tell you why. You may'remember that the section of the Southern Pacific crossing the Yuma desert was the last portion of the road built. While the road was being constructed I owned some stage lines in Arizona, and the a linsv to connect the two lines of the railroad. Before deciding I thought it best to drive oxer and inspect the route, and, taking one of my best diners. I start eil from Colton in a light wagon drawn by two gooil horses. Our load was made up mainly of water barrels, and we calculated that we had more than enough to carry us through. The real sand desert,...

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. — 2 October 1890

I'W ii* POINTERS OF INTEREST THE AGRICULTURIST. O TJ Food of the Vow and Its Effect ou Milk Use Your Bruin* Well at Your Muscle In Farm WorkHoius hold Notes. jEffoct of Foods ou the Quality of Milk. There can be nb doubt that the feed ing: of a cow may be auch as to affect very much the quality of the milk. a all my experience and careful experi men ts in feediug cows for railk and butter product, with measures, scales and weights, and analysis of milk to secure accurate conclusions, I have never yet met with a cow whose milk has not been considerably affected by feeding:. If a cow is fed on potatoes or turnips with thin slops of buck whe at bran, ripe timothy or red top hay, the milk may be so much reduced in quality that a ow good for ue pound of butter per day and milk bearing 18 per cent of solids, will soon fall off to half a pound of butter and railk of 10 or 11 per cent of solids. Again there are foods that will increase the quantity of milk but at the same time reduce the qu...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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