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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1890

PRINCETON UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ItfBJt&*#9XJm X4* %*0WZCS. TEBMS, $2.00 E'er "STestz. DUNN EDITOK AND PROPRIFTOT flffiCE OVES S1HE3' ITOBS. MAIN 51 PRINCETON, MINN DEU 11, lbOO TircPvE arc almost 10,000 pon sionoiv. in Minnesota, and 60 of that number are credited to Millc Lacs county. HE Horton murder ea&e is on trial this week in St. Paul. Bill En\ in, the noted criminal lawyer, is defending Horton. A RECENT decision of the su preme court is to the effect that village councils have power to cause sidewalks to be constructed, no matter hether the owners of adjacent property potition for the same or not. WI LL H. C. Stivers, the "re- form" ex-mayor of Brainerd and candidate for speaker, please write a letter from Foreston or else- A\ here, and explain his mercenary and treacherous course in 1884, tou ards Hon. George TV. Holland, then a Democratic candidate for the legislature? Or shall we be under the painful necessity of ex plaining it for him? S. B. MOLANDEK wa...

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 December 1890

~r~- Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. St. Paul. Minneapolis Princeton Milaca Duluth... Ex Sun. 4 00 4 20 6 07 6-80 iO.OO Daily. 0.80P.M. 11.15 1:27 A.M. 2 00 7.80 .Lenve Leav .Leave Leav Arrive SOUTH BOUND Leave Leave Leave Leine Arrive Dnlurb Milaca Princeton Minneapolis St Paul 12.20 8.45 4.08 5 50 6"20 10-45 P. 8 85 A M. 4'10 6:40 7:10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOINGISASTT I GOING WEST. Foreston. Le 8 20 A I Milaca .Le 8-45F V. Milaca. _J' 8 43 I Foreston 4:05 Attention, G. A. Rcnlar meetings of the Wallace Rinee Poet, A No 142, will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Calej 's kVvarerooms, Princeton, Minn PHINEAS GVTES, Commander JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt FRATERNAL, LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month. There will be special communications of Fra ternal lodge No 02 A & A on the 1st and Srd Satuidaj e\euine 8 0f each month WM CORDINER, W CIH A DICKEY Sec. THE LOCAL MA...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1890

!KL The Princeton Union R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terma:(2.00 per year in advance. THE expenses of the Pan-American Conference were' within $20 of the total appropriation$125,000. SOMEBODY with plenty of leisure time has figured it out tiaat one jour nal is published for every 85,100 individuals in the world. IT is stated thatthe great soda de posits of Wyoming have been sold to a party of English and French capitalists for $2,000,000. "WAY LE E. who is a distant relative of the emperor of China, has opened up a very handsome* restaurant in Jackspnville, Fla. MONTE CARLO'S record for this season is ninety-two suicides. That seems about the only way for a gamb ler to beat he same there. THE London poor are justly indig nant because the wholesale dealers of that city frequently destroy hundreds of tons of fresh fish in order to keep up prices. A LAW has been promulga ted at Hardanger, in Norway, to the effect that no girl shall be eligible for the marriage state until she is proficient i...

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

A^&^k*M y*fe"Se^iJkS I*. f- Jr. THE NORTHWEST. A Summary of the Important Eyents of the Week in the Northwestern States. MINNESOTA. Ihmng 1890 New Ulm expended $175,000 In building improvements. In a light at West Superior Michuel Sulli van was intnlly stabbed byFatrick Gorman. An unknown man wan killed while walking on the Great Northern track at St. Paul. The firm of Remmele & Bock, general mer chants at Sleepy Eye has made an assign ment. At the village election in Park Rapids a vote was taken on license or no license. The license ticket carried by a large majority. Lips, of Rock county, manufactured 777 gallons of amber cane syrup this fall. The flield was about 2." gallons per acre. Ruble Mead, aged 14 was drowned iu Deer creek, near Fergus Falls, while skating. The water was not deep but he mired in the mud. Neil Connelly, formerly deputy sheriff of Dakota county, died Texas. The remains TMII be torvwirded to St. Paul for buriul. An old man named Pulford, employed in a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1890

Tl4E PARSON'S CORNER- A PARSON EDITOR. THOSE YOUNG PEOPLE.The place was invaded by a small army of young people last Saturday, and they captured the good will of everybody, If space would allow Ave would like to report every word they said. How full of A armth and life their words were. The lire they kindled in our hearts will retain a warm glow for days to come. Prof. T. Moran, of Elk Eiver gave a most inspiring paper on ''What is the C. E. Soc." Hifarmers paper did us good but his ownmanner. (strong inspiring personality did us a still larger and more lasting good. J. E. Thwing, of Minneapolis, was helpfull throughout besides ghing ut a good paper on the "History of the C. E. Soc." Jno. S. Hughes talked, according to his own confession, all the time he was in the tow n, and if he can keep on talking to as good pupose the rest of his life he will accomplish un told good. Miss Jessie Smith told the Lookout Committee in a most interesting way what their work was and how to do it. The...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

gant Cases, at Low Prices. OiflKlu. Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From and To all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUEbTB. The Commercial Hotel is First Class in all Its ap pointments, and the Aim of the Management is to make the Guesls Comfortable When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. 8. S. KETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of St. Paul Hanover National Bank, of New Yoik You are Invited to Call at the Pioneer Drug Store and Look over Our Immense Stock of Holiday Goods for Christmas and New Year's Trade. IBI I Odors. The S Ci WM. McCXJAIG, Prop., Of Every Description. Mani cure Sets, Toilet Sets, in Ele- Finest in the Place, at Prices Ranging i from 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

WM $,* A TRAGEDY OF ERKOES. It was after Mrs. Jeffreys, still a young and pretty woman, was dressed for dinner, and silting at the window with, her embroidery, that she saw a messenger boy crawl up the street, stop to throw a stone al another boy, and finally ring her door bell. A moment after this, Bella, the "up- stairs girl," brought her a note. It was from Jo friend, Edwin Jones, familiarly Ned, who had come from afar to pay her a visit, and being tim orous, had decided to wait at the depot until she came to meet her. There was no time to lose. Mrs. Jeffries gave a few directions to her cook, and hurried away. Half an hour after she had gone Mr. Jeffries returned home and let him self in with his latch key, wondering that his wife did not come to meet .him. Mr. Jeffries had been a very jealous man before he married. He confessed it Ho would not permit any one to pay the least attention to his Emma Jane. Even cousins of the first de gree made him suffer pangs of grief unknown whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

ELECTRICITY'S NAME. FOR MORE THAN 2000 YEARS IT WAS NAMELESS. First Discovered in Pieces of AmberTho Scion title florid of the Time was Puzzled Aud the Full Mystery is Still Unexplained- A great many years ago somebody noticed that when a piece o! amber was rubbed it would attract to itself the floating dust in the air, or in fact any light bodies, writes Parko Ben jamin. What did tho rubbing have to do with this singular property? Tne amber looked just the same after rub bing as it did before. No one could see that it was different in any respect at one time than at another and yet something had most certainly happen ed to it. The rubbing surely gave it this mysterious power but how? Meanwhile and perhaps even long before these puzzling1 questions were asked, there existed a tradition that once on the slope of Mount Ida a black rock had torn the iron crook from the hand of the shepherd Magnes, and had held it despite all his efforts to pull it away and later travelers from tho far ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

til- ,1*. i 3^ PRINCETON UNION. -PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. lAT&S&BW&BdrW XJV &Q&ITIGS. rTEI^^rS, $2.00 Per "STea-r. DUNN, EuiTon AND PROPRIFTOT ornss OVE S nu, mi si, rass1 PRINCETON, MINN DE(J. 18, 1890. "WHAT that chameleon political trickster, H. C. Stivers, believes or docs not believe is a matter of small importance to anybody. WHO is Paradis and where is his 3Hdway JYews published, anyhow I Probably the men who handled the Republican boodle fund in the recent campaign know all about him. FAIOIEKS Institutes should be maintained. The next legislature will be remiss in its duty if liberal provision is not made for the main tenance of the Farmers' Institute in this State. VYOR WHEATLEY has only done what Mayor Stivers pledged himself to do anddidn't do. That's all. Brain eid Tiibime. Surely the good people of Brainerd did not expect the rant ing demagogue to fulfill his pledge. WESTE RN Pcral: There is a weight of responsibility resting upon the members of our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND St Paul Minneapolis Princeton Mrlaca Duluth Duluth Milaca Princeton Miunenpolls St Pan) Ex Sun 4 00P 4 20 6 07 6 80 ,0 00 100 styles knives. Daily 0 0P 11 15 1 27 A 2 00 7 80 .Leave Leav Leave Lear Arn\e SOUTH BCOND Leave Leav Leave Leav Ainve 12 20 3-45 4 08 50 6 20 10 45P JU 3 35A 4 10 6 40 7 10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. TS. Railway. aOING~FAST GOING WEPT Foresion Le 8 30 A 1 Milacn .Le 8 45p M11nca 8 43 I Foreeton 4 05 Attention, G. A. Regular meetmes of the Wallace Rines Post, A No 142, will be held on the let and 3rd Tnesdajsof each month in their hall overCalej'e ,v\ureroonib, Princeton Minn PUINEAS GATES, Commander JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Hegnlnr communications, second ednesday of each month Thtie will be special communications of Fro ternnl lodge 92 A A. A on the 1st and Srd batuidaj evenings of each month WM CORDINEK, W CHA A DICKFT. Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. \VHFAT-\O 1 hard 75c, No 1 Nor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

U\, gv- Z%e Princeton Union. R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. NEW YORK business man says that from 75 to 80 per cent, of the capital invested in that city represents the earnings of men who began life poor. THE Mediterranean is comparative ly shallow. A drying up of 660 feet would leave three different seas, and Africa would be joined with Italy. THERE are 12,000,000 childern in the public schools of the United States 347,299 teachers are employ ed, and the schools cost annually about $113,000,000. THE papers of Buda-Pesth are ask ing for a popular subscription for Kossuth, who has lost his entire fortune in railroad speculations, and who is how 75 years of age. A PRISONER in the New Castle (Del.) jail has invented a toy puzzle, for which he is said to have been offered 10,000 by the New York specula tors. FRANK DEWITT TALMAGE is lec turing in the west on "First Impres sions." He is a son of the famous Brooklyn preacher, 24 years of age, and earrries with him a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

v, y^^^p^ SACRED GEOGRAPHY Dr. Talmage Travels Along The Historic Eoads in Palestine. .'H Continues His Eeview of What he Saw and Heard in P. lestine. BROOKLYN, N. Y., Special.Dr. Talmago delivered the 11th sermon of his series on Palestine and the adjoining countries. The subject was Damascus, and the text. "As he journeyed he came near Damascus." Acts ix., 3. Dr. Talmage said: In Palestine we spent last night in a mud hovel of one story, but camels and sheep in the basement. Yet never did the most brilliant hotel on any continent seem so at tractive to mo as that structure. If we had been obliged to stay in tent, as we expected to do that night, we must have perished. A violent storm had opened upon us its volley of hail, and snow, and rain, and wind, as if to let us know what the Bible means when prophet and evangelist and Christ himself spoke of the fury of the elements. The at mospheric rath broke upon us about 1 o'clock in the afternoon and we were until night exposed to it. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1890

W |J N 4. "&. RS fmj^^m i^, THE PARSON'S CORNER. A PARSON EDITOR. "Too SMART."Hear this young man. D. J. Burrell D. D., says some timely things for young men who take pride in their rowdyibh, coarse and vulgar ways. "More young men die of smartness than of all the epidemics and contagions that fles.li is heir to.". Then he goes on to say, "Where lies the fascination of a cigarette for a t\\ eh e-} ear-old? He thinks it smart thinks it manly. He brags about it. He makes himself a hero. A little further on he buys him a rc\ohercalibre 22and carries it in his. hip pocket. A lit tle later on he ventures to make a trial of lager beer, then follows the oath, the clandestine book, the game of pool, the hero grows in honor and in his own opinion fast appioachcs the estate of man." Thus, honor is gone, his charac tci becomes contemptible, and instead of being a man whose life counts for something good in the A\oild, he is among the "danger ous class" from which society must protect itsel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

HE wmmm a/MW -J* ^^4 H* R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XT. Holida MET PERFUMERYi 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 all Its ap pointmentfl, 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. a BARKER, Proprietor, This excellent Hotel'ls centrally located, is un eqaaled in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here find a Mrst Glas Sample Room An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS |"-Illl If lf^^M*^U^ FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHA$. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, OF W-J PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Sh Capital and Surplus, $35,000.Graduate Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Imp...

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

w* ]i&% mm THE STORY OF A PICNIC. One morning not very long ago Frank Mahew woko with a hoadache. This ho ascribed to the heat of Lady Bragi M^n's ballroom the night before and tho lobster mayonaise which he had eaten at supper. Hid familiar friend, Jack Welman, who shares his diggings, remarked that the lobster was extra sec, cuvee reservee, of a very good brand, and would not have hurt a baby unless consumed in ex cess. "Talking of which,'1 he added, "shall vou run to fizz at your picnic?" 'Picnic!'1 said Mr. Mahew in a care- less tone "what picnic? I remember something about a bean-feast to which some one I know has asked me to go next Saturday. I fancy I accepted but my headache* made mo forget. Where is it?" Jack Welman. who always presides at breakfast, poured him out a third cup of tea, and shook his head. "My dear fellow, were you ns bad as that? Really don't you know that you are giving a picnic, and have twenty people, at leastseven girls to m\ knowledgecomin to Maiden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

1 ^_^_ FATHEKGRUBB'SX-MAS. BY THE OBSERVER. WAS Christ, mas Eve at Wilki Corners and a her Grubb sat at the remote end of one of 'the counters in Job Bar" ter's store with his back pro against a tea box and his feet planted on a keg of nails and his cap shoved back on his head with the ear-laps tied across the top, and looked along the counters, manned from end to end with boisterou8 eouths, alert of tongue and limb, and keen, jo\ial, royal, gossiping eterans battling for supremacy in native wit, ana plundering memory's very inner temple for some yarn or incident that was not the common property of all the neighborhood. Job Barter was busy tending the postoffice and putting up packages of nuts and sugar sticks, and candy dogs, and selling handkerchiefs for five cents, and spool tops for ten and dolls ior a quarter, all for the children on the blessed Christmas morning and shawls for the weary old mothers and tobacco for the fathers, jack-knives for the grown-up boys and brooches for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

m^ PKINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. &rQ2&*V&E*XX> JUT &QLSTZGS. TEa^^CS, $2.00 E'er "^estx. C. DUNN, EDITOB AND PROPRIETOT. OFFIC S mi mi' mn, it. PRINCETON, MINN., DEC 25, 1890. JUDGE CHAS. D. KERR'S friends rejoice to know that in the recent election he polled more votes than any candidate on any ticket in Ramsey county. He ran one thousand votes ahead of his judic ial colleagues, Judges Eagan and Otis. Judge Kerr is one of the most popular public men in St. Paul, and deservedly so. OVER in Washington county Ed. Duraut is contesting the seat of a Mr. Daly, who holds a certifi cate of election as representative, and Mr. O'Brien is contesting the seat of Mr. Searles, who holds a certificate of election to the State senate. Both Durant and O'Brien are Democrats, and, by the way, they are nice pleasant gentlemen. Neither of them has as good rea son, for contesting as R. C. Dunn has for contesting E. E. Price's seat. Does the lying St. Paul Globe howl fraud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

^-532 Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOOHD. 1 E Snn 4*00 p. 4 20 6 07 6 80 i0 00 DUND 12 20 P" 3 45 4 08 5 50 6 20 St. Paul Leave Minneapolis Leav Duluth... Arrive SOUTH Dtilath Leave Milaca Leave Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leave 8t Paul Arrive JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. Daily 0:80 H. 11.15 1 27 A.M. 2 00 7-80 "l0'.46V7T. 8 35 A.M. 4 10 8 40 7-10 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST. GOING "\VB8T Foreston.. Le 8 3 0A 1?Ailaca Milaca 8 43 I 3'4 5P 4 05 foreston Attention, G. A. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rines Post, A No 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley's warerooms, Princeton, Minn PUINBAS GATES, Commander FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month There will be special communications of Fra ternal lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturdaj e^enlng8of each month WM COKDINER, W CHAS A DICKEY. Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo 1 hard 79c, No 1 North...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

^TW 2%^ Princeton Union. E.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:(2.00 per year in advance. IT IS alleged that the catacombs of Rome contain the remains of about 6.000.000 human beings and those of Paris about 3,000.000. A KANSAS statesman, in an appro priate note of thanks to the proprie tor of the wollen mills at Fort Scott, acknowledges the "recete of a butiful pare of woolinsox." Two brothers were wrestling at Northwood, Iowa, the other day, when one of them was thrown with such violence that his neck was broken. JfJonx BANCROFT, who went to Port land, Ore., a very poor man eight years ago, died lately and left a com fortable fortune to a woman who once gave him some good advice and a breakfast. THE Cincinnati Enquirer does not allow the mention of John Sul livan's name in its columns. How soon the drunken pugilist would flat ten out if the press generally follow ed the Enquirer's example. THE fastest vessel afloat is said to be the 3,200-ton English built war ship intended for the Argentin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1890

TALMAGE'S TALK. Ho Visits Mount Lebanon and Describes its Historic Cedars. And Draws a Moral From Strength Influence. Their- Strengt and BROOKLYN, Special.Dr. Talmage contin Qed his sermons, on Palestine, his text being from civ. 1G* "The cedars of Lebanon, which he planted At height of G.000 feet is a grove of cedars, the only decendnnts of those vast for ests from which Solomon cut his timber for the temple at Jerusalem, and where at one time there were 100,000 axemen hewing out the beams from which great cities were construct ed. But this nation of trees has by human iconoelnsm been massacred until only a email group is left. This race of giants is neatly extinct, but I have no doubt that some of these were here when Hiram, king of Tyre, ordered the assassination of those cedars of Lebanon which the Lord planted. From the multitude of uses to which it may lie put and the employment of it in the Scriptures, the cedar is the divine favorite. When the plains to be seen from the wind...

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