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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 June 1891

Wo mitlci stand the parties con nected with the management of the Oeiman-Luthcum Theological Seminary have decided they must move into larger quarters this fall instead of a yeai hence. They are well pleased with Princeton, and seem desirous of coming here. The} h,i\e been offered large in ducements to go to several other towns. These have been in tho foim ot land, monc}' and buildings, They wish to know what the peo ple ot Punceton will do for them. The old school house would accom modate them for seveial years. The^ think they could fix it up so that it would do for young minis teis eiy ell. Will you let them lu\ it i How much will you ask for the budding and lots? How much can the town afford to give as an inducement? These are some of the que&tions that aiise. That it would be a great advantage to Pi intel on no ouc can doubt. We undei stand the school has over one hundicd pupil* now and ex pects tift} moi this fall. It would gictly mciease our popu lation and that with a go...

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 June 1891

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. ORRESP ONDENTS: of New Yoik Cambridge, And Princeton, FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't S, S. HETTERSON, Cashier. ille Lacs County Bank, OP- 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. Germama Bank, of St. Paul, Chase National Bank, 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. ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, I have had many year's expeiience in the business, my good order and I Guarantee Good Woik. First-Class Carding Done for Sets. Per Pound. AND GO TO You will find almost Everything for Money. I Pay no Rent, do my work, and can Sell on a Small Margin. I have BOOTS ATSD SHOES. RUBBERS, Fruits, Giprs, Tote o, Etc., AND ALL FOR A LITTLE MONEY. Come and See the Best Assortment of...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

-ft MY APACHE PROTEGE. EVER go chum ming with an Apache? You smile at such strange ad vice? Well, I might have smiled at it once myself. But we are all creatures of circumstances, and I was a tender foot then, anyway. This is how chummed it with my little Indian1 I was swinging my red-and-blue clubs under the pepper-tree at the back of the railroad station. This I did because I had a theory that exer cise was good for a man living on a desert. The lazy Mexicans and most of the Americans thereabouts had no ruddy glow on their faces. They were all sallow. What I wanted was a rud .dy glow. My led-and-blue clubs circled about -very prettily that day, and the ruddy glow came, also a dripping epidermis and a big desire to sit do^n in the shade ot the pepper-tree and blow to "boceo smoke The tree was a small -one When the station tank ran over, "vluch was not often, its roots receiv a little moisture. So it grew, slowly. As soon as I dropped my clubs a squeal of disgust went up from some "...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

te^f Tn,* ^JfF'f THE AGKICULTUKALWOBLD. SUBJECTS OP INTEREST TO RUR- AL READERS. The Philosophy of Green Manuring Ripening CheeseDon't For get the Compost HeapHow to Get Natural Water Cress. The Philosophy of Green Manuring. On this topic, not as generally un derstood by farmers as it should be, Prof. Storer, ot Harvard University, makes some observations in his work on agricultural chemistry worthy of thoughtful consideration. In temperate climates, he^says, it is undoubtedly true that, if time enough be allowed, almost any land not absolutely arid or poisonous can be made fertile by persistently sowing buckwheat, or clover, or rape-seed, or lupines upon it, and plowing in the green crop before it oomes to matur ity. This method of green manuring, as it is oalled, he justly characterizes as a singularly philosophical method. As a mere matter of reasoning, or of rea sonableness, it wall well repay careful examination. In the first place, "the -seeds of plants are own, which, like pe...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

& 'X i i ,i iff |*v V?4* PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY W&E&BWB!M'%1' &? TIE^Ik/rS, $2.00 E'er "2*ear. DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR arncs OVER unr STORE, HAIN ST, PRINCETON, MINN JUNE 18, 1891. MINNESOTA is for Blaine with out an "ifs" or "huts." Federal office-holders, hands off. JAKF KILRAIN was knocked out by Fiank Slavin in nine rounds at Hoboken, N. J., on Monday night. MAJOR WM. MCKINLEY is the unanimous choice of the Republi cans of Ohio for governor. His election is virtually conceded by the Democrats. HE Ortonville Herald-Star of the 11th inst., contains a touching obituaiy notice of the editor's se\ en ear old son, Rusbie. Bro. "Whiteman and \\\ia have the sym pathy ot the newspapers in their soic bcica\ement. ALDITOR BIERMAN is severely criticized by some of the State papcis tor the manner in which he conducts the sale of State lands. It is charged that he shows favor itism. Bierman is the sole product of the Demo-Alliance combine. HON. C. STIVERS...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

Great Northern Railway. GOING EAST. OOINO WKST Foreston,. Le. 8:90 A. M. I Milaca. ...lie. 8:45p. Milaca...." 8:43 I Foreston... Boys you can get 7 packs of fire crackers for 25cts at Evens & Herd liska's hardware. The Brick Store offers some big bar gains in Fourth of July goods. See an nouncement in this issue. The attention of the reader is called to Evens & Herdliska's advertisement which appears in this issue. C. H. Chadbourne was 60*years old yesterday. We hope he may be spared to pass his hundredth milestone. Mr. John Pierce, of Minneapolis, spent a few days with his brother, Mr. C. H. Pierce, in this village last week. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the agent for Northwestern Mutual Life G. N. Railway, 4.05" Attention, G. A. R. Regular meetings of the Gen Sher man Post, No 142, G. A. will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Daley's \varerooms, Princeton, Minn T. H. CALBY, Commander. JOSWMI NOKES, Adjt. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

R.C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per ytar in adranc*. THE New York papers publish good accounts of the unveiling of an Illinois monument to Grant. The Illinois pa pers will be pleased to reciprocate at the earliest opportunity. TRAN BY CROFT will not be a favor able resort for Americans in Europe this year, because Monte Carlo is still accessible and the game possesses none of the peculiarities which have charac terized the prince of Wales' exclusive little gambling circles. IT is suspected that the baccarat trial was the cause of the Earl of Coventry's resigning the office of master of her majesty's buckhounds, or chief of the royal hunt of her maj esty's household. This is awful, if true. THE property left by Sir Richard Sutton, who raced the Genesta for the American cup, is over $35,000,000. The heir to the estate, says a London cable, is a posthumo us child only just born. Th accumulation by the time he comes of age will be something prodigious. A DUKL. with rocking chairs is r...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 June 1891

w^4^ff ^v^ifijf^ A TERRIBLE SCENE. Over a Hundred Lives Lost By the Railroad Disaster Near Berne, Switzerland. Scenes Remindful of the Heart-Rend ing Features of the Flood at Jamestown Pa. BERI^B, June 16.The total number ot people who lost their lives yesterday by the collapse of a railroad bridge on the Moen rhenstein & Bale railroad la now placed at 120, with hundreds more or less injured. It is feared that many others are dead, Whose bodies have not been found. Shortly after the first horror ot the crash ing of the engines and cars through the bridge and into the swiftly running stream had died away the survivors of the accident saw a scene which must have rivaled in horror the most heart-rending features of the Johnstown disaster in the United States. Beneath the bridge, or what remained of it, was a hideous mass of broken car heels, engines, railroad car upholstery, seats, mats, axles, broken glass an twisted tin work intermixed with still quivering heads bespattered with ...

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. — 18 June 1891

I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 4 i 5 fit & ml SPENCER BROOK ITEMS. SPEINCLII BKOOJI, Juno 16, 1S01. Mi^s Mtuy E\er& finished her school in Dalbo last week. The new -windmill on the Oonghilale farm ib completed. Boin to the wife of John Chap man, last ThiUbday, daughter. Jay Smith came homo from Minneapolis last Friday to spend his acation. Miss Louella Chapman closed her maiden teim oi school in Stan foid List Fnd.ry. Mi and Mi*. F. Ellinswoo me Msitmf li'icnds and relatives in Anoka tins week. Tho lull ho. at the Brook claim th.it it was the fault of the UMOIN d( il't. mouth that defeated them last Sunday. The weathei tor the past two weeks lias been ttuoiable to grow ing, viops. The late rains, are making a wonderful change for tho bettei. J. R. MBLACA ZEPHYRS. MILVC\, June 10, 1S91. Mi. John Andeison and wife, of "Minneapolis, aic Siting lelathes in tow n. Mis B03d attended the funeral of Mr. Sin ofc in Blue Hill, last Thuisdaj. Mis. Maiy Wilts of Oak Paik, sited her sister Mrs. Sylve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. IL FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Ti me Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germama Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, of New York. The 5 City S Drug S Store, WM. McCXJAIG, 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 Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many year's experience in the business, my mill is in good order and I Guarantee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. AND GO TO XJ. ^fe^.J ***w $3000Iteact,hwhE i vr. -,vT And get some of the Bargains he will give you. You will find almost Everything for a Little Money. I P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

I I I I I I I I I.I I 1 5 A CHAIN O THOUGHTS, Had cigarettes no asnes, And roses ne era thorn, No man would be a funker 'Of whin, or burn, or bunker, There were no need for mashes, The turf would ne'er be torn, .Had cigarettes no ashes, And roses ne'era thorn. Had cigarettes no ashes, And roses ne'er a thorn, The big trout would not ever Escape into the river No gut the salmon smashes W ould leave us all Jolorn, Had cigaiettes no ashes And robes ne'er a thorn. But 'tis an unideal, Sad world in which we're born, And things will go "contrary* With Martin and with Mary. And every day the real Conies bleakly in with morn, And cigarettes have ashes And every rose a thorn. Longman's Magazine. SPECTEE OF BLACK SAM. HIS is a legend of the Seven Pines. I is an authorita- tive and truthful statement of what oc. curved one night in '62 when McClellan was sustaining one whole week of solid thrash ing before he knew that he could never enter Richmond. "On to Richmond!" had been the cry, "back to...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

1 v 1. "61 HELD. USEFUL INFORMATION FOR AG- RICULTURAL, READERS. Late CropsMlttet a for FWU3er What to Do witrTThemVari- ous Usesa04]Car of theStallton. Late* Crops. Buckwheat anuVaye for fall aS win ter pasture, ttirnips,! {rutabagas, and winter radishes-ca&<b sown iuBianany cases after the nlwiieat and oats are harvested and yet give a goodw yield. A good wayfcjrnt dm aye is to sow the seed broadcast among the com just before the last cultivation. Inna ma jority of casesunless the corn is foul with weed seedsfchis-is all that will be necessary. By fthe time the is harvested and hamled off the ryei.iwifl have made such a growth as to afford a considerable amount of feed t& the fall and early winter. Buckwheat is a go6d crop to -'grow for green manuring., Its quick growth, in addition to the effect produced up on the soil, places at next to cloves to plow under as a green, fertilizer. Wheat or oat-stubble can bebwoken up and the seed sewn bi*oadcast, and harrowed in and a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

i i i i 1 A iM- f"? PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY ..THURSDAY. TElI^li^nS, $2.00 Fex "STeax. R. C. DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE OVER R1NES' STOKE, VAIN SI, PRINCETON, MINN., JUNE 25, 1891. THE Democratic Sauk Rapids Free Press accuses the Sauk Cen tre Avalanche of receiving "swag" from Chairman Campbell, of the Democratic State committee dur ing the campaign last fall. The charge is not denied. COL. EATON WEBSTER, ENGLISH 1 5 i i I I of Lin coln, Neb., a prominent politician of that State, is of the opinion that the Republicans are in danger of losing Nebraska next year even with Blaine as their standard bearer, but if Blaine cannot carry it no other Republican can. The Colonel adds, the same is true of Kansas. Will the Harrison howlers look facts squarely in the face and govern themselves ac cordingly. manufaturers do not regard the McKinley bill with favor. The English papers advise the tin-manufacturers to reduce the wages of their employes and, lower the price of tin at...

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 June 1891

I.V Hffc*^i &,4i Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. OOINO BAST. I JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. '^.B8T1. 1 Foreston..Le 8'2O"A Milaca Le. 8:46P Milaca. 8 48 [Foreston.. 4'05 Attention, G. A. Regular meetings of the Gen Sher man Poet, No 143, G. A. will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley's iwarerooms, Princeton, Minn. T. H. CALBT, Commander. FRATERNAL, IiODGE, No. 02, A. & A. 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 evenings of each month WM CORDINER, W. M. CHAS A. DICKEY, Sec. Paris green, Drug Store. 20 cts. per lb., at City Fireworks! FireworksI Fireworks! Cheap at the Bakery. Fire works of all kinds at Evens & Herdliska's hardware. Paris Green! Paris Green! By pound or barrel at Jack's. Will McCuaig has purchased City Drug Store building and lot. the Secure your reserve seat tick...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

^:H w* Hi'1"1 R. C. DUNN, Publisher. fr P\ Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. IT is announced that a company of New Yorkers intend to make a search for the buried treasures of Capt. Kidd this summer. The Grant monu ment committee at last has been heard from may its search be successful! IT is said that the very latest fad is for young married women to speak in uncomplimentary terms of their hus bands. If this be true young men of the present age may as well marry their mother-in-law and be done with it. Two Illinois ministers were sent to the penitentiary last week for passing counterfeit money. A good many ministers ha\e had a lot of bad money worked-off on them through the contribution-box and nobody has been sent to prison for it. THE Chinese do not like foreigners. The port of Kinnychow has been open to trade since 1816, yet no foreign trader or Consul has so far been able to purchase land on which to erect buildings, although waste land is plentiful. ALTHOUGH the Pop is now in hi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

PTJTOTJTOFTHEWAY One of the Czarowitz's Special Messen gers Mysteriously Disappears in the United States. The Man Last Seen Near Denver, Where He Had Been Delayed by a Wreck. CHICAGO, June 23.A royal messenger bearing important dispatches sent from Tokio by the czarowitz to the czar of Rus sia has mysteriously disappeared, it is said, "while en route from San Francisco to New York. The fact has been kept a secret, and it is not certain that the Russian government is yet aware of it. G. Naterinan, a member of the firm of Grosser & Co. ot Yokohama and London, was on the same Pacific Mail steamship which brought the messenger to this coun try, and told of the disappearance for tho first time at the Palmer bouse, where he and a number of well known German and English merchants of China and Japan registered on their way from Yokohama to Europe. According to Mr. Naterman's account the messenger intended making no stops, leav ing San Francisco lor the East on the day of his arrival the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 June 1891

i V4 i THE PARSON'S CORNER. A PARSON EDITOR, MOUNT WASHINGTON.A few yewrs IJJO the vuifcrr in company with ,i fi unc went on a tramp to the lofty summit of Mt Washington. Equippod with i small tont, blankets and lations we.st.ntod out from the Fabourn House and si 1 uck eamp the lirst night about Jl\o miles iiom the base of tho moun tain The next day we went on to a deboi ted house about one-third way up the mountain and there went into camp again. What a strange sight to see engine and car moving up that steep gi ade. They wont slow, tho cog wheel in the center making tho progress cor tain without tho possibility of a slip or slide on the rails. At the top we found the large hotel, a government signal station, a tower and the old Tip-top House. The day was clear and well re paid our climb. THE BROXDENING VIEW.AS we began the assent we noticed how that fiom tho \eiy fir&t the view began gradually to broaden First we over looked one spur of the mountain and had its A alley spread...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 July 1891

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XV. ORRESP ONDENTS: of New York Cambridge, Princeton, FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSQN, Vice Pres't. S. S. PEFTERSON, Cashier. Mills Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Intere st Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. Germania Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, The City S Drug S Storee WM. McOUAIG, 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 Register ed Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, I have had many year's experience in the business, my good order and I Guarantee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. YOUR AND GO TO JU \J. nJCi-ffiU And get some of the Bargains he will give you. You will find almost Everything for a Little Money. I Pay no Rent, do my own ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 July 1891

"SONG OF THE CRICKETS IN THE GRASS./ When the evening shadows creep and 1 lay me down to sleep As backward my memoryflie3so fast We are wandering down the lane to hear their sad retain. The chirrup of the crickets in the grass. -I remember when a child how in accents lond and wild As I wandered gay and free a little lass, We would mock their lonesome song, when the evening hours were long The sad music of the crickets in the grass. JBut some of them are sleeping now with the daisies on their brow And those happy hours are gone for aye, and past And I'll never join again the merry, merry train That listened to their music in the grass. iPor Zenith has passed away, and I am grow ing grey And time on its way does merrily pass And I'd give the world to be, once again as gay and free As when first I heard the music in the grass- Margaret E. I. Collins. A LESSON LOVE. BY E. B. C. Such a glorious sunset! Crimson and gold and amethyst clouds piled high in the western skya pale, clear opal, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 July 1891

Jjpi^Wf^"""",' It it* *VW ^W^iSSf? ONE HEART'S ENOUGH FOR ME. One hearts enoxigh for me One heart to love, adore One hearts enough for aie, O, who could -wish for more? The birds that soar above, And sing their songs on high Ask hut for one to love, And therefore should not I? One pair of eyes to gaze One pair of sparkling blue, In which sweetlove betrays Her form of fairest hue One pair of glowing cheeks, Fresh as the rose and fair, Whose crimson blush bespeaks The health that's native there. One pair ofhands to twine Love's flowers fair and gay, And form a wreath divine, Which never can decay And this is all I ask, One gentle form and lair, Beneath whose smiles to bask. And learn love's sweetness there. Auguste Mignon. BARBARA'S SEVERE TEST. Pretty Barbara Ferros would not marry. Her mother was in consterna tion. "Why are yom so stubborn, Bar- bara?" she asked. "You have plenty of lovers." "T want, when I amarry, a man who is brave, equal to any emergency. If I give up nay liberty...

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