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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 May 1891

^%W^WW PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THLRSDAY TERMS, ggS.OO E=er "2"esir. Dl NTN LmTon AND PROPRIETOR OfHCE OVER JUNES' STORE, MAIN 5? PRINU/ION, IMIN N WADLNA E GOTIRY, MAY 2s, 1S91 Pionar: "NVhj all this fuss ne the election of United States sen itoi I When the proper time armes. the people -will assert themseh es. JOHN DEA ^Z ib making a iir&t chi^s paper out of the Presto Chanqt. That paper hat. 1111- pnned 100 per cent, since Mr. Diawz assumed its solo manage ment. Tin: White Bear Lake Breeze lefeis to A. W. Dunn as an insane on espom lent ol the Pioneer Prts\. Mi. Dunn i & one of the bughtest and best posted of the gala\} of Washington correspond ents. A GOI mine has* been disoo\ eied 111 the toA\n ot Dass-el, Wiight eounh, and the ow ner, a Mr. Kib ner has letused 8250,000 for his mid. This startling information is gleamed 10111 the Howard Lake JRiald FK\MV^ STVCI, of the How aid Lake Herald, has accepted a position on the editorial stall of the Minneapolis Tribune...

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. — 28 May 1891

Great Northern Railway, St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST JOOLPII NOKES, Adjt GOING WEST Le 8-45p 4 05 Foreston Le 8 20 A Milaca Mriaca. 8*48 Foreston Attention, G. A. R. Regular meetings of the Gen Sher man Post, No 142, GAR will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of ench month, in their hall, o\er Caley's arerooms, Princeton, Minn CALET, Commander FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A. F. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesdaj of each mouth Thtiewillbe special commnnications of Fra ternal lodge No 9,2 A & A on the 1st and Sid batnrday evenings of each month WM CORDINBB, W CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNo lhard 99c, No 1 Northern 97c, No 2 Northern, 94C, No 3 Northern, 89c. OATS35 (i 40c Oon\ 5V&63t POTATOES 35C POULTRY(Lne,) 4 5^c Bt TTERCreamery, in five pound lots and up vard, 20c per lb COMING. COMING! "DOT," The Miner's Daughter, -AT- Jesmer's Hall, Under the Management of the Woman 's Relief Corp and Sons of Veterans....

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. — 28 May 1891

w^ M^, Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. THE use of the Koch lymph has been abandoned in all the hospitals of Philadelphia, except in a few selected cases. Th fluid is found to be of small value, while there is great danger attending its use. THE vote of the school children ol New York upon the subject of the national flower is enthusiastic Pres ent records show that the contest lies between the American rose and the golden rod, with the golden rod slight ly in the lead. Reports from 5 3 schools give the rose 22,9-io votes and the golden rod 25,300. Two weeks before Moltke's death the account of the celebration of his birthday last Oct. 26 was published in book form. I it congratulatory dispatches from princes,statesmen and generals occupy 7S0 pages from societies and meetings, 1,500 pages from students and schools, 17 4 pages. THE United States supreme court hits the nail on the head in observing that the only apparent reason for ap pealing th...

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. — 28 May 1891

THEPEOPLE'S PARTY A Kew Political Party tlio Outcome of the Conference at Cin cinnati. Its Birth Announced by Scenes of the Greatest Confusion and the Wild est Hilarity. CINCINNATI, Special.Whatever its out come the big convention winch assembled here was inaugurated in a fashion of which any American citizen mig ht well be proud. Fifteen hundred representatives of the bone and sinew of the nation, gathered alike from farm and city toil, came to order on the very watch-tick that had months be fore been agreed upon, lifted their voices in (magnificent diapason in a hymn to their country, said together in reverential unison the Lord's prayer, and then calmly pro ceeded to fight out as best their manhood directed the question whether or not a great new political party in the United States should forthwith be given existence. The first real excitement in the conven tion was caused by no less a person than Ignatius Donnelly of Minnesota. did it with a harmless-looking little suggestion, ...

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. — 28 May 1891

A COLD GREETING. That's What the Leading Demo cratic Dail\ of the Northwest Giv cs the People's Part j. The People's paity, so-called, ^\s boin} ostoi day tit Cincinnati, mid stmds hke an oiphan with its charac tei in its hand, asking popular suppoit The plattorm adopted is the woik of Ignatius Donnelly, the Minnesota thailattm and the fact that no one occupied a more piominent position in the conven tion just ud|omnul than ho bhoA\b better than anything else could the ch natter ot the men A N ho com posed it. In an assembly ot sober and pi ictn.al citi/ens, earnestly bent on seeming definite and feasi ble letomis, a shallow and wordy impostor ot his stupe Avould have leeched but a cmt healing. His abihtics\ue of the \eneered pat tern, ^hidi Mould attiact only the mexpeiunited, the cieditions and the \isionu\ He bears on his ice and in e\ei_ A\oid the maiks of nisiiiteiit}, foil) and selfishness and a both wheie sound AMsdom and knowledge had any place theie A\ould ha\e been excited...

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 June 1891

MEMORIAL DAY. Fifteen Hundred People Ob serve the Day in Princeton. Hon. G. J. Lomen, of St. Paul, Delivers the Oration. Memorial Day was more generally observed in Princeton this year than ever before. At an early hour in the morning people from the surrounding country, attired in their holiday ap parel, began to flock into town, and by noon Main street was lined with ve hicles of every description, and the sidewalks were uncomfortably crowded. The national colors were displayed everywhere. The Congregational chureh was densely packed for hours before the commencement of the exer cises, and it was with difficulty that the old veterans, Woman's Relief Corps and Sons of Veterans found their way to the seats reserved for them in front. Rev. Mr. Skempt presided at the ex ercises the church. After a few words of introductory, a prayer by Rev. Mr. Warner and a couple of army songs well rendered by the choir, Hon. G. G. Lomen, of St. Paul, was intro duced and delivered an interesting ad d...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

-TN Wh HOMEWARD BOUND. He has been on a "toot" with the rest of the "boys Had plenty of fun and made lots of noise And when from the last glass he has scat tered the foam, $ And & "Through the play they have sat, snuggled up warm and tight, 'Till at last it is overuntil the next night Then out in the moonlight and onward they roam, lov- 5 home the is 'To the President folks come to get situa tion He looks them all over picks out his rela tions The rest turn their backs on the Capitol dome, CO o3 4 3 Puck. JABED HAKPWICK'S TASK. E task was brought upon Jared Harp wick by a letter, which came to him one Sep tember afternoon as he sat reading on his vine-shaded porch. He rose promptly, lifted his straw hat from the floor and put it on, and walked thi ough the front gate to the pike. Through the long village street and a half-mile along the dusty pike he "trudged then, turning aside into a marrow by-road that branched off at the foot of a steep hill, he came to a xude saw-mill. A st...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

1M" FOR YOUTHFUL EEADERS. SUBJECTS THAT WILL INTEREST THE YOUNG PEOPLE. A King In a Tortolse-Shell--Box- ing For Boy'sBad Company A Spelling Match--The Soudan Raven. A King In a Tortolse-Shell. The cradle that a queen should choose for her princely little baby must be a very grand affair, don't you think so? Perhaps made of choice or costly words, or even of precious metal. In either case it must you think, be most beautifully shaped, and perhaps carved with figures of sweet little cherubs watching over the favored mortal baby as he sleeps soft ly amid his clouds of fine linen and delicate lace. That may all be. What made me think of it was something I heard a traveller tell about within a few days. This traveller had lately come from France. While in that country he visited the town of Pau, among the Pyrenees mountains. In this town high up, looking over the valleys, stands an old, old castle, dark and gray and gloomy. It was built in the olden days when there was much fight ing, a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

f\ PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED LVKKY THURSDAY. DUNN EHITOK AND FnorniFTOR OFFICE QVES SINES' SIOES, 51. PIUNCETON, MINN, JUNE 4, 1891 JOHN GOODNOVS big RopiiMieiin Slate convention in 1802 ib a cootl one. ST. VUL Globt: The puzzle for the politicians now is. hether the people are in the People's party. HE recent rains have been gen eral all o\cr the Norths est and the farmers and everybody else aro rejoicing. AUJANCC editors in Kansas de mand the lepeal of all pension laws and stigmatize old soldiers as beg ears. and thieves. THE Pioneer Press has come out squaie-tood and Hat-footed in favor of C. lv. Da-sis' le-election to the United States senate. Another falsehood exploded. THAMYS to the^ise statesman ship of James G. Blaine the Behr mg sea aflair will be settled in a manner satisfactory to both the Biiiish and American governments ONE of Duluth's police captains is ainly endeavoring to clear him self of the ugl_y charge of extorting blackmail from keepers of houses of ill-fame in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley division of the G. N. Railway.* GOING EAST\~"~ .dOINCWKST. Fore8ton'.''."Le.'8:20A'. M. Miiaca Le. 8:45r.M MUnca 8:48 Foreston... 4:05 Fireworks, flags, etc., for sale at the Bakery. See the favorite hollow-ware at Caley's. Ladies, examine Rines's stock of spring goods. Go to Caley's for cream-freezers at bedrock prices. Clothing direct from the manufact urer at Rines's. For refrigerators, go to Caley's and save 25 per cent. Paints and oils, strictly pure and warranted, at Caley's. Girls, ask your mother to buy you one of those nice blazer jackets of Rines. For your ice cream, cider, pop, lem onade and milkshake, go to Fred the Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar King welcomed a wee baby girl at their home at Soule's Siding, Tuesday evening. If you want an auctioneer, I will be glad to serve you at any time. Terms reasonable. E. MARK. Ed. Page, of Anoka, and Hen. Web ster, of Minneapolis, were in town, Monday, on business connected with losrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terma:$2.00 per year in advance. QUEEN NATALIE, who was so uncere moniously ejected from Seryia, is being pictured in newspapers in a de collete dress without sleeves, and the size of her arm gives some warrant for fear that she will return to Servia and fight for her rights. Two children, aged eight and four, were lost in the sand hills of Nebras ka. The younger was discovered alive after four days' wandering without food or drink. The other was found dead on the seventh day, seventy-five miles from the place where she started. ENGLAND once tried to isolate France commercially, with the result of giving that country credit for some of the world's most important industrial discoveries, and Austria and Germany ad better turn back to those pages before trying the same tactics. THE United States Internal Revenue collections for the first ten months of the year, ending June 30, 1891, are estimated at $119,930,221, an in crease of $5,399,483 as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 June 1891

WILLL08E HIS HEAD Tchang-Ki-Tong, Formerly Connected With London and fans Legati ons Sentenced to Death. His Propensity for Swindling While in Paris tho Probable Cause of tiie Sentence. PARIS, June 3.Advices received from Peking state that Tcheng-Ki-Tong, who was acting first secretary of the Chinese le gation in London and in this city, has been condemned to death. It is believed here that this sentence is the outcome of the diplomat's action while in this country. Tcheng-Ki-Tong had for six years acted as secretary of legation here and in London, and his life in this city, where he spent the greater portion of his time, was murked with many forms of extrava gance. During the early part of this year tho London Tunes published a dispatch com ing ostensibly from Li Hung Chang, the Chinese prime minister, authorizing Tcheng i Tong to negotiate lor his government a loan ot 7,000,000. Tcheng Ki Tong opened negotiations with two banks in London and a bank in Paris to furnish the loan. Wh...

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 June 1891

rN 4. \v "^"tifVlff THE PARSON'S CORNER. A PAKSON EDITOR. HE ROMAI.CE of HISTORY.If one desires to read of thrilling tragedy, adventure and romance, they have no occasion for going to the pages of fiction for it. Just turn to the. pages of United States hibtory and you can find it with out trouble. Eead the victory of the pilgrims in those early days when they went to church with a bible in one hand and a rifle in the other ready to defend themselves against the Indians at a moments warning. Take note of their first Sunday, when they approached the shore and found that they would not have time to land be fore the Sabbath began, notwith standing their long and disagree able confinement in the boat they waited until after the Sabbath be fore they made their landing. ORIGIN or THANKSGIVING.In the fall of 1621, one year after the pilgrims landed, after great hard ships had 1 educed their numbers by death almost half, as they had been successful in gathering a bountiful haivest they appo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 June 1891

VOLUME XT. Princeton, FRANK HENSE, Pres't CHAS.. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't S S PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made onImproved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of St Paul, Hanover National Bank, of New Yoik The S City S Drug S Store, WM. MeOUAIG, Prop., 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. Cambridge Carclin ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many year's experience in the business, my mill is in good ordei and I Guarantee Good Wor k. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. AND GO TO And get some of the Bargains give yon. You will find almost Everything for a Little Money. I Pay no Rent, do my own work, and can Sell on a Small Margin. I have BOOT...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 June 1891

NORTH AND SOUTH. Two Garlands Are Twisted for Graves of Their Soldier Dead. the They Were Alike Krave and Fought for What They Considered Right. BROOKLYN, N. Y.. Special."Two Garlands for Northern and Southern Graves," was Dr. Talmage's sub ject. Over the pulpit were two wreaths of beautiful flowers, and they were linked together so that they were an object lesson of the subject presented. 'Text, Isaiah xliii 6: I will say to the North, gi\eup and to the South, keep not back." Just what my text meant by the north and south, I cannot say, but in the United States the two words are so point blank in their meaning that no one can doubt. They mean more than east or west, for although be tween those tw last there have been n\allies and disturbing ambitions and infelicities, and siher bills, and World's Fair controversies, there lia\e been between them no battelles unhmbered, no entranch ments dug, no long lines of sepulchral mounds tin own up. I has ne\ ei been Massachusetts. Four teenth...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 June 1891

*y~jfWBW$WWWf^P^^ A THRENODY. A bite! a bite! The line grows tight I feel a sudden thrill of bliss A mighty swish Proclaims a rkh At least as long as this: Alas! alas! It comes to pass (As oft it has with you, I wis) I pull him out He is a trout As long, perhaps, as this: Detroit Free Press. A DETECTIVE'S STOKY, James Blayne was a little out of temper. For more than a fortnight he had unsuccessfully devoted all the observations and opportunity at his command to discover the whereabouts of Lady Merton's jewels, and of the man or woman who had stolen them. James Blayne was a promising young member of the detective force, on the look-out for the lucky step that should hit him above the level of-his compeers, and when the Merton robbery was intrusted to his care he thought he had got his chance at last. It certainly was a rather interesting case. About three weeks before the day on which we record Mr. Blayne's loss of temper, pretty Lady Meiton, as might have been gathered subsequent ly...

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 June 1891

I PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEliY THURSDAY TERMS, $2.00 =ex "STe^ar. DUNN, EUITOK A-D PROPRIETOR OFFICE OVER fflES' STORS. MAIN ST. PRINCMON, MINN JUNE 11, 1891 TiT-Birs: If you wero to take the conceit out of some people the remains A\ onkl defy identification. THE A\ heat investigation still drags? along its weary length and will continue to drag until the $10,- 000 appropriation is exhausted. TVHVT tho Washington corre spondent of the Minneapolis Trib une does not know about James G. Blaine and his intentions fills columns, of that paper daily. MON riccLLO ib tho proud pos sessor of the champion dead-beat editor of the State. Clear Lake OAUib a little of him ju&t now, but b-and-lr he will OA've every man, woman and child in Clear Lake. UNDOLBTEDJLY the Northwestern Life Insuiance company, of Mil aukee, i-. one of the best life in surance companies doing business in the United States. I is a solid, reliable company and does busi ness onl in the healthy portions of the countn...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 June 1891

Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N, Railway. GOtNO KAST. Fores! on.. Le 8'20A M. ftliliua 8 43 OOING WEST. 1 th sites is good. f'os1"1 Best screen dooi's at Caley's. If i ou want a trunk go to Rines's. 1 Regular rneetmsrs of the Gen Sher man Poet, No 142, GAR will he held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall, over Caley's k\\aieroomB, Princeton, Minn OALUSY, Commander JOSEPH NOKF* Adjt. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Tieiilar communications, second W ednesday of eic mouth. There will be special communications of Fra termil lodge No 9a A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday c\eningsof each month 'Wai CORDIN CHAS A DUMT, Sec ORDINBB W THE LOCAL MARKET. WHFATNo lhard 99c, No 1 Northern 97c. No Northern, SWc, No 3 Northern, 69c. OATS3" 40c CORN- b'Sdi 65c POTATO i 25c. POULTRY (Lne,) 4 5^0. Burr* uCreamery, ten pound lots and up waid, 18c per lb Less quantities, 20c per lb. Fire-works, flags, etc., for sale at the Bakery. See...

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 June 1891

1 Iff? PTs W'4f%.W 'jiff] 2% Princeton Union. R.C.DUNN, Publisher. Terma:$2.00 per year in advance. A YOUNG man in Philadelphia ad vertised anonymously for a wife and he got a reply from his own sister. And yet they say it pays to adver tise! RHO DE ISLAND is again talking about amending her divorce laws, but the chances are that nothing will be done to interfere with the popularity of that state as a summer and winter resort. A YOUNG flonst of Atlanta, Ga., has just fallen hen- to a fortune of $40,000 bequeathed him by his father in Ger many. With roses at $ 4 a dozen, flo rists do not need to fall heirs to for tunes. They make fortunes for them selves every day. THE smuggling of alien people and goods across the border from Canada to the United States is represented as an enormous evil, and. if true, should be stopped. But a long and expensive line of policing will be required to pre vent it. THE ranks of British aristocracy have recen ed a notable accession. By the death of the e...

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. — 11 June 1891

fVs*'**' "^f^it^fB^'lfif^re^F^^? THE NORTHWEST. A Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwestern States. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota News in a Nutshell. MINNESOTA. John Niak was indicted by the grand jury for murder in the first degree. E. A. Burbank has been appointed health inspector to succeed ex-inspector Tousley, recently removed. Experts working on the books of the ele vator companies completed transcribing and checking a number of cars remaining unaccounted for. Geo. II. Sheire has been elected Colonel of the Minnesota division Sons of Veterans and has established headquarters at St. Paul. Mis R. Duxbury, of Harmony, mother of A. Duxbury, principal of the Mabel school, also of W. R. Duxbury, Preston, was buried recently. A brakeman named Frank Liddell, aged 20, was killed in the Kansas City yards at Lyle, while switching. His parents re side in Canada. Chief McQnnde of Duluth received a tele gram from the sheriff at Benson, stating fhat...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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