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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 November 1890

i.'f fi "h i' it i. I JR57^ 'H^W^iSJ^ll THE PARSON'S CORNER. HE PRESS."The press has come to occnppy si ^eiy large place in the educational work of -to-day. The time AUIS, when the pulpit and the pLittoim had the making of public sentiment, and the moulding of public thought largely to itself. Modem imention lias changed till of this. The newspaper fur nibheh us. inf01 mation on current events. The pi eat magazinos sive lib the choice-.t and lulled treatises on all social, scientific and philo sophical questions, and the cheap ness of books puts a library of thethe choicest liteiatuie within the reach of the people. The pulpit is thus relieved of the labor thsit had cumbered it, and left free to do its ov work of teaching spiritual tiuth. It has become quite- the fashion to pour out vials of "math on theFloiida public piebs, but the press of tothink day is a teiror to e\il-doeis. Fiaud, conuption, public and pri \ate ciookcdne&s can not long hide tiom the keen scented smd almost...

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. — 27 November 1890

7~ PAINT Ct P. PELT, NOTARY PUBLIC. FRAIJIK HENSE, Pres't. GHAS. ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Ranking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germania Bank, of St. Paul Hanover National Bank, of New York. We Have a Complete Line of Everything in the Paint Line at Very Low Prices. A PULL AN COMPLETE LINE OP That We are Selling at Greatly Reduced Prices. *YOUR TRADE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.* 0. A. JACK, Princeton, Mirinjg^ota. Main Street, Princeton,. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. Felt, & Couillard Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBEKT, Prop. Free 'Bus From anfl To all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is Pirst...

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. — 27 November 1890

in %1 $" MORGANATIC MABR1AGES. MEART3 BROKEN FOR THE CROWN AND SCEPTER. Deserted Wife of aa English King-Tho Prince of Wales Prevented From Marrying a Com monerSanctionedb) LawThe Dutch King's Early Lore. One of the scandalous survivals of "the age which regarded kings and princes as of a different mould from common men. and subject to a differ ent code of morality, is the morganatic marriage that is, whatever its technical definition may be, a marriage between a royal person and a person of inferior rank, in which all the ordiuary forms of marital union have been complied with, but which may be repudiated at any time by the royal or princely hus band. Not a few of the living sover eigns of Europe have had morganatio wives, who have simply been discarded when the time came for royalty to match with royalty and so deeply rooted and generally accepted is this polygamous practice that even Queen Victoria, usually regarded as a mentor of moralty, permitted one of her daughters to be wed...

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. — 27 November 1890

7~ WILD DUCK SHOOTING. WORT TUAT IS CO!TSlIEltET It All E BY THE BEST MUNTEIti). VetliodR of Capturing the Web Footed GameHow Ducks Are Protected Shooting on the ChesapeakeExperi ence of a Novice. [Special Correspondence.! No form of sport is more enjoyed by tho experienced hunter than duck shoot tag. The wild duck is one of the most widely spread in its habitat of game fowls, is 8tiong of flight and generally lifficult to get a shot at, and the huntei ivho bags a canvasback, redhead, shov eller, oi blue winged teal, has seemed a prize of which he can well boast In She judgment of the great majoiity of iportbineu and gourmonds, the canvas Oack duck is the king of fowls, and very 'aige prices are paid at times to secure .he prized birds for banquets and the tables of the 1 ich. Duck shooting begins in summer and jarly fall Canada and the northern paits of this country. In October the A FOTOMAC SHOOTING BOX. lucks begin their southern flight, and ippear on ponds and streams, where ihe...

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. — 27 November 1890

fZ nw^W1^1^ PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. T^^lviES, $S.OO Fez *X"eax. DUNN. EDITOR ANB PROPRIETOT orncE OVER SINES* ELK RIVER Star-jtfews: It is noticed that since the rascally Mc Kinley bill became a law, oats and potatoes ha\e doubled in price and corn its worh 40 cents per bushel. The farmers must have been in ca hoots with McKinley, or else they ha\e formed a "trust" on the fetrensrth of it. BLAINE, Nelson and 50,000 majority in Minnesota two years hence.Prince ton Union Thib is the common tune which Republicans sing since Nov. 4th. Former McKinleyites and Mer riamites have likewise joined in the bongHoward Lake JIe?'ald. The UNION has never been a McKinley or Merriam organ. Blaine has been an old song with us. PIONEER Press: Everybody kno^vs that McKinley was de feated, but it would surprise his successful opponent to know how few people can name the man who on the race. John G. Warwick has hardly been mentioned, except in the election returns, while Mc Kinley has ...

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. — 27 November 1890

es= Great Northern Railway. MOUTH BOUND St Paul Mmneap Princeton Milaca Dtilinh Ex"Sun JOSEPH NOKBS, Adjt. Daily. O.SOr. x. 11-16 1-87 A.M 2-00 7:80 ..Leave Leuv .Leave Leav. Arrive 4 00 p. 4 20 6 07 6 80 ,0-00 SOUTH BCUNP "Dnlntb Milaca Princeton Minneapolis St Paul Leave Leave Leave 12 20 P. 8 46 4 08 5 50 6 20 10:46P 8-36 A. 4:10 6-40 7:10 ..Leave Arrive St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N, Railway. ^OINFBAST 1 GOING WE8T._ j'oreBlon..Ler 8 SO A I Milaca ..Le 8-45P Milaca. 8-43 iForeBton.. 4-06 Attention, G. A. Re^Hjar meetings of the Wallace Rinee Post, A No 142. will be held oa the let and 3rd Tuesday of each *nonth in their hall, over Caley'g iwarereoms, Princeton, Minn PHINEAS GATES, Commander FRATERNAL, LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Regnlar commnnications, second Wednesday of eich month There will he special commnnications of Fra ternal lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month WM COKDINEB, W CHAS A.DICKET, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 27 November 1890

y&tf ill? :5s m t& ^Hi^f^y^f' W 2% Princeton Union. B.C. DUNN, Publisher. Term*:(2.00 per year in advance. KENTUCKY has made a law giving married women absolute control of any money they earn. HE most expensive fur is the Rus sian sable, ior a single skin of which as much as $150 is sometimes paid. Or 50,000 guesses at the weight of a big cake of soap on exhibit in De troit only four were correct. The weight was 1,122 pounds. IN the reign of Queen Elizabeth, a clergyman whose benefice did not ex ceed $100 per annum, was allowed to iollow a trade. WHI LE the population of the United States has increased about 2 5 per cent, the past decade the wealth has increased 4 2 Der cent. HE Missouri court of appeals has just affirmed a decision of a lower court giving udgment for $600 due for a slave girl sold before the rebell* ion. SOME New Yorkers in good stand ing outside of the 400 believe that Ward McAllister is a myth ereated by a clever bohemian. In this case fact is stranger th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 27 November 1890

~r THOSE HOLY HILLS. Dr. Talmage Still Telling the Story of his Yisit to Palestine. The Victory of the Cross and the Foundations of Chris tianity. BROOKLYN, Special:Dr. Talrange's sub ject waa. "Among the Bedouins, and his text. Numbers x., 31: "Forasmuch as thou knowest how we are to encamp in the wilder- ness." Nijjht after night we have slept in tent in Palestine. There are large villages of Be douins without a house, and for 3,000 years the people of those places have lived in black tents, made out of dyed skins, and when the winds and storms wore out and toie loose those coveimgs otheis of the same kind took their places. Noah lived in a tent. Abra ham in a tent. Jacob pitched his tent on the mountain. Isaac pitched his tent in th6 valley Lot pitched his tent toward Sodom. In a tent the woman Jael nailed Sisera, tho general, to the ground, iirst having given him sour milk called "loben." as a soporific to make him soundly sleep, that being the e fectofsucn nutiition, as modern ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 27 November 1890

us^r-'S^is Tu \is IVSGI\ ING. BBS?* THE PARSONP5 CORNER. A PARSON EDITOR. HE TEST.Every institution that asks for public favor should be put to the rigid test given by the Gieat Teacher, By their fi uit ye blmli know them*" Does it contribute to public morals, to, human happiness and prosperity? Aie its turns high and good, and does it in the main accomplish its idenH Is good predominant and onl\ incidental, or is the bad pxedominant and good only inci dental The ^01Id is too large and life too shoit for the lo\ers of the best things to aste their time in trying to float rotten water soaked logs in the shape of institutions that are either vioithless or pernicious in theii influente. Test the church, tfre school, the ]odr and the saloon by this rule, and it any object to this test it is sate to conclude the} would "be found "wanting." Gov. Merriam si}s his Thanksgiving procla mation, "The season leturns laden with bounteous harvests health and peace ha\c pievailed Avithin oui bordei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1890

vi Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From alii To all Trains, SPECIAL 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 make the Guests Comfortable When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MRS. 0, BABKEB, Proprietor, This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in this section of the State The Traveling Public will here flHd a Pirst Glass Sample Room, An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Ppes't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, PEINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms |md Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of St. Paul, Hanover National Bank, of New York ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1890

3 \K MODERN FOOT BALL JS IT 3HB COMING GAME? AMEltlCd. tlfl- Sport-Anybod* Mit No 1'la It The Dutien of Umpire. ISpecial Correspondence.] The once "gieat Amencan game" of base ball seems just now to be in a rather crippled condition, and the reasons aie not far to seek. The two words "mo- nopoly" and "piofessionalism" describe the situation. The baseball manager has become a gi eedy capitalist, and the base ball player has degenerated into a cunning seeker after big salaries* The Jocal enthusiasm and piide that formerly supported the game was found to be a rare quality during the past season, the people having made up their minds that the principal thing the base ball ciowd was after was their pocketbooks. A sport to be popular must be honest and fair, and must not be far above the physical skill and endurance of the aveiage citizen in good health and con dition with moderate tiaming. When a game gets so "scientific" that only men who devote their whole time to it can play it to adv...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1890

THE MESSAGE. President Harrison Launches Some thing Like Twelve Thousand Words Upon Congress. In His Opinion the New Tariff Law Is Precisely What the Coun try Needs. To the Senate and House of Representa tives The reports of the several executive departments which will be laid before con gress in the usual course will exhibit in de tail the operations of the government for the last fiscal year. Only the more impor tant incidents and results, and chiefly such as may be the foundation of the recom mendations I shall submit, will be referred to in this annual message. The vast and increasing business of the government has been transacted by the several departments during the year with faithfulness, energy and success. The reve nues, amounting to above $450,000,000, have been collected and disbursed without reveal ing, so far as I can ascertain, a single case of defalcation or embezzlement. An earn est effort has been made to stimulate a sense of responsibility and public duty in all of...

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 December 1890

i fc It J* ,1 fa* PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEUT THURbDAY. f*v&&>it.YB*YF /v orncsmi POLITICS. rTjE3X?.3^S, $2.00 IFer "STestr. II DUNN, EDITOR AND PHOPRIETOT RISES' STOKE SAIN ST, PRINCETON, MINN DE(J 4, 1890 HON. H. C. STIVEB& MISIiJSPBE- SENTATIONS, Hon. H. C. Stivers, editor of the Brainerd Journal and mayor of that city, attempts to throw dis credit on the vote of Mille Lacs county, for the sole purpose of prejudicing our case and bluffing us. out of a contest for our rights. That bluff game won't work, Mr. Stivers. "We are not one of the kind that tamely submits to bullying. There was not a dis honest vote cast or re turned from Mille Lacs county. Mr. Stivers states what is unquali fiedly false when he says 20 votes were added to the returns from this county because it was thought Dunn needed that many to elect him. At the time the vote of Mille Lacs county was officially cam assed everybody in Princeton thought Dunn was defeated. We had conceded our defeat tw...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1890

Great Northern Eailway. NOBTI1 BOUND. Ex Sun. ..Leave Lenv ..Leave Leav. Arrive St. Paul Minneapolis 1'rinceton Milaca Duluth Daily. 0 80P M. 11 15 1.27 A M. 2.00 7.80 4 OOP 4 20 6.07 6 80 0 00 SOUTH BCUS D. Leave Leave Leave Leave Amve DnUith Ml lucn Princeton MUne*ipoli St Paul 12.20 p. 8.45 4-08 5-50 6 20 10 45 8.85 A V. 4-10 6.40 7.10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N, Hallway. .GOING EAST GOING WEST Poreston Le 8 20A I MUaca Le 8 45p Milaca. 8 48 I Foreston 4 05 Attention, G. A "Regular meetings of the Wallace Rines Poet, A R. No 142, will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley'e kwarerooms, Princeton, Minn PUINEAS GATES, Commander JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Regular communications, second W ednesday of each month There will be special communications of BVa ternal lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month Wa CORDINEB, W Cui' A DICKFY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo 1 ...

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. — 4 December 1890

PP^PfflB I It i N 3* &. JM i i. 2% Princeton Union. R. C. DDNN, Publisher. Terms:(2.00 per year in advance. TWEIS TY-THHEE duels have been fought by Eocheforfc, the French edi tor and politician. In seven of them he was wounded. THE story that a San Francisco lawyer has been hypnotized so that he cannot drink whisky suggests the formation of a new temperance party to work this rem edy. AN Indiana physician claims he has been using the Koch system in his practice for years. I was probably modesty that prevented the Hoosier doctor mentioning it before. CONFIDENCE is not only a plant of slow growth, but an extremely sen sitive plant. The great house of Baring Bros., built up after infinate pains for 120 years, went down in a day. VRY IRENE HOYT, the contestant in the Hoyt will case, has a fondness for corner lots. It has been her habit for years to buy a corner lot in any town that she might visit, and in New York, she- has a hand some collection. THE log cabin in Washington coun t...

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. — 4 December 1890

mmmmmmmmmmm THE JFAKMANDITS STOCK. POINTERS THE BEST AU- THORITIES. Importance of knowing How to Milk rroperly If You Have a Pond You Should Ka'so FishMoney In Chestnut TreesThe Home. How to Milk. Henry Stewart in American Agri culturist, says: No doubt the product of a cow is chauged, for better or worse, by improper milking-, and it is quite true that the art of milking: must depend for its effectiveness upon a knowledge of the peculiar character istics of the cow, especially of the cow's udder, and also of the method of production and the character of the milk. There is a reason for all things, and certainly there are reasons why milking should be performed in cer tain ways. These may be stated as follows: First Milking should be done gen tly and with ease to the cow, and with a certain manipulation of the udder to imitate, as much as possible, the ac tion of a sucking calf. SecondIt should be done rather deliberately than otherwise. Third1 he udder bhould be drained to the last ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1890

Tit rr-mu. ewj* Jt r*Jl$ IMS 4 JJ THE PARSON'S CORNER. A PAESON EDITOR. BAD HABITS. It is a mobt en couraging fact that parents with Jmt raie exceptions desire that their children shall grow up to be good, and have no bad habits, even when they themselves are far from being tree from evil habits. "What father ever heard with pride and pleasure the firbt pro iane ords of hib boy? "Who e\er saw a father that was worthy of the name take his own boy into the soloon and put the intoxicating cup to hib lips for the first time? How many fathers that smoke and chew tobacco are ready to ad- \i^e their t,ons to form the habit? To befc-meit ib more than prob able that the boy will take up the bad habits, of his father notwith standing all the ''good advice" his father ghe& him, for example speaks louder than precept. But it is -\\oith something to know that men aie not so depraved but that thev know and are ready to bare testimony to what is good. Remember father that what you sow by examp...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1890

It. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XIY. Tflll ET PnnnO 0 IUILLI gant Cases, at Low Prices. PFRFIIMFRY^Fine8 HOTELS. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From and To all Trains. SPECIAL 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 make the Gneets Comfortable. When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MRS. 0, a BARKER, Proprietor. This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here flad a Mrst Class Sample Room, FRANK HENSE, Pnes't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S, S. PETTERSON, Cashier, An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS Mille Lacs County Bank, PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Impro...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1890

a UP. Making an Explanation. I was getting shaved iu a one-chair barber shop in a mountain town in Kentucky, and there was only one other man in the shop besides the barber. The process was about half through when some one was heard walking on the veranda whi:h sur rounded the shop, and pretty soon a wild-lookmg face peered through the window. "Say Bill, does he *un want you?" asked the barber of the other man. "Who all is it?" "Simmons, I reckon." "He 'un can't want me. I never -did nothin' to him." "Stranger, does he 'un want you?" asked the barber ot me. "Who? Simmons as you call him." "Yes." "Never hoard of him. What is he an} how?" "Oh, he 'un lives back yere a bit. Great hand to shute. Had any trouble with him?" "No." "Well, I'll go out and explain to he' un. Might shute through the window if 1 didn't." He put down his razor and went out, and when he returned Simmons was v ith him. The shooter stepped around and took a square look at me, and then heaved a sigh of dis appointme...

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 December 1890

PROM DAY TO DAY. Only from day to day We hold our way. Uncertain "ever, Though hope and pay desire Touch with their fire Each fresh endeavor. Only from day to day We grope our way Through hurrymir hours But Btill our castles ia^r Lilt to the air Their glistening towers, And still from day to day Alone the way Beikon us ever, To follow, follow follow, O'er lull and hollow, With flesh endeavor. Sometimes, triumphant, gay, The buirles play And tiurepots sound Fiom out tho^o glistening towers, And rainbow showers Bedew the giound Then sweet, oh, sweet the way," We smiling say, \nJ foi ward press With swift, impatient feet And hearts that beat W ith eagerness Yet still beyond, the tray Sweet bugles plaj, The tilimpets below, Howe er we flying haste, Or lagging waste, Ihe hours that go Still far and far away, Till comes the day We cam that peak In Darien then, blind Jvo more we find, Perchance, what we do seek Nora Perrv in Harpers' Magazine. CUEING A CRAM. I am a miserable man," said Mr....

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