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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 July 1891

I?' 1 I J, t^yf j* I" 1/ PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEliY THURSDAY. TEIRl*! S, $2.00 E'er "2"eax. ^sew^^r DUNN, EIMTOK AND PROPRIBTOII OtTICS OVER BINES' STORE, HAIN ST, PRINCETON, MINN JULY 2, 1891 ST. CLOUD Times: C.*A. Moody and "Rod." Boll as leaders of the Minnesota Democracy! Great Cre&ai^s ghost! O all the Memorial day ad dressee delivered in the State that of Hon. Hiram F. Stevens, in St. Paul, was the most scholarly and soul-stirring. As a polished orator Mr. Stevens has no superior in the Noitlv\\cs.t. M. JMCFADDEN has been ap pointed probate judge of Crow Wing count}, to till the acancy eicatcd the death of the former incumbent, Capt. Spaulding. Mr. McF.uhlen is a gentleman in every uen of the A\ ord and should make a good probate judge. RFLLCT\ISTLY we are forced* to the conclusion that "That Promin ent Democi at," of St. Paul who volunteers to fight, bleed and diemust for ex-governor McGill, is a myth a creatine of Bro. Pease's fertile imagination. Leading Democrat...

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. — 2 July 1891

it* J# S ^w** JOSEPH NOKE Adjt yiv ?T^t !fpw.j^c Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING BAST. GOING WEST. Foreston. Le 8*20 A. I Milaca, .Le. 8 45P Milaca. 8'48 I Foreston.. 4.0 5 Attention, G. A. K. Resnlar meetings of the Gen. Slier man Post, No 142, G. A will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall, over Caley's kwarerooms, Princeton, Minn H. CALEY, Commander FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. &A.M. Regnlar communications, second Wednesday of each month There will he special communications of Fra ternal lodge No 92 A & A on the let and 3rd Saturday e\enings of each month W M. CORDINER, W. M. CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. Stamm, the jeweler, will be in town in a few days. Fireworks! Fireworks'! Fireworks! Cheap at the Bakery. The lace Oracle is the centre of at traction these evenings. Paris Green! Paris Green! By pound or barrel at Jack's. Don't let the bugs eat your potatoes when you can get Paris green so cheap at C....

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. — 2 July 1891

i The Princeton Union. R. C.DUNN, Publisher. Term*:$2.00 per year in advance. '--_-_--_^_______^- HUMBE RT possesses all the slyness of the late Joey Bagstock. now is seeking to replenish his empty treas ury by advertising a grand spectacu lar performance by old Vesuvius. THERE seems to be a revival of base ball enthusiasm in the large cities. When 20,000 people attend a single game it must be admitted that there is no immediate danger that the sport will fall into decay and eventually be come obsolete. A CONSTABLE attached an engine on the Missouri Pacific's fast express, and held the train three hours at Eades, in Kiowa county, Colorado. He ad a garnishment against a rail road employe for $17,50, which the road had neglected to settle. THE Sultan ay not be much on the high moral plane business, but he has prohibited Turkish ladies from trotting around the streets of Con stantinople rigged out in gorgeous Parisian costumes. has been warn ed at Worth dresses and chicks of bonnets co...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 July 1891

A PITCHED BATTLE. Jatal Fight Between White Strikers and Negro Miners, Assisted by Pinkerton Men, Two of the Strikers Killed and Several on Each Side Seriously Injured. SKAITLE, Wash., Special Telegram, June 30.Since the bringing of 600 colored min ers from the East a few weeks ago to take the place of white strikers in the Franklin coal mines near Seattle, the labor unions have evidenced great dissatisfaction and late authetic news from Franklin, makes known that the negroes and Pinkerton guards had a pitched battle with the white stnkeis at daylight Sunday morning with the result that the whites were routed and driven back into the woods with a loss of two men killed, several others wounded and two women, wives of the whitP miners, were shot in the limbs but will recover. One negro was probably fatally shot. It is estimated that at least 1,000 shots were exchanged, but owing to darkness most of the men fired at random. The white strikers precipitated the bat tle by making the atta...

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. — 2 July 1891

{jf^/"" SPENCER BROOK ITEMS. SPIINCI-R BROOK, June 30, 1891. Miss Millie Ellinsfwood closed tin ee months*' terra of school in W\ anottc last Friday. Wm. Ever'fe family started last Saturday loi Washington State to iaside pcimanently, if they like it. Mibb Blanche Nichols, ^ho has been atiending school in Minne apolis toi the past year, is home spending acation. Potato bugs are uncommonly numerous this season and the taimeis should commence to use Paris green early so as to destroy the old hags and theieby save time and laboi. Enck Lind a resident of Stan- foid-s\a& Ivitkcd in the bowels by a hoi so one day last week and died tin ee da) later from inflam mation. The man wat intoxicated at the time. Audiow Peterson an old resi dent of this toun has taken his lfe to the Northwestern Hospital toi \\omen and children at Minne apolis Alter a thorough examin ation the doctois think a perma nent cuie can be effected Walker Bros, shipped a car load of cattle Tuesday to the Union Stock Y...

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. — 9 July 1891

1& R. C. DUNN, Publisher. ORRESP ONDENTS: of New York $3000 A ^JI FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille 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, The 5 City S Drug S Store, 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 Registered Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJOR.KLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many yeai 's experience the business, my mill is in good order and I Guai antee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. AND GO TO And get some of the Bargains he will give yon. You will find almost Everything for a Little Money. I Pay no Rent, do my own work, and...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

{^t^VVW^^Vf^*^^ fH^jtfi" --k. |Jp tyi* JUST NOW, jnnmp within the pods the peas are, Currants gleam in garden tracks, Vessels on the open seas are Ripe with anglonianiacs. Melons from the Southern Slates are Hither hieing last and thick, In the schools the graduates are Counted ripe enough to pick. To theseaside now theflirtsare On their summer mission bent, And the athlete's laundered shirts are Sentenced to retirement. "Peathera dropping from the hen are, Dogs with muzzles now appear, And the pedal parts of men are Looking positively queer. How the cholera morbus germs are Whooping up their season's "biz," And the divers brands of worms are Perforating nature's phiz. Hammocks *neafh the branches swung are, Fans are flapping fittully. Wire doors and windows hung are, And the iceman ought to be. Boston Courier WRAITH OF THE MCCOY. When I was 16 years of age I paid a visit to an uncle and an aunt of my father's, who lived on the family es tate in Scotland. My grunduncle was well-to d...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

FAEM FIELD AND GAEDEK INTERESTING MATTERS FOR AG- RICULTURAL READERS. Uneasy FarmersHow to Form a Perfect Hedge-To Subdue WeedsTo Wool Growers About OnionsHints to the Farmer. Uneasy Farmers. No wonder itfiere are many uneasy farmers, says Geo. A. Stockwell, Rhode Island, in the American Agri culturalist. The times are mending a little, but they have been hard, and methods and opportunities of ad vancement have changed. Those ac quainted with the circumstances must sympathize and even applaud the farmer in his discontent, for discontent of the right kind, well founded, may be the stepping stone to something better. When the farm yields only a bare living and taxes, then the farmer is dissatisfied, and he has cause, for no man of spirit in this age of the world is contented with a living. In this fact is found one clue to the abandonment of a large number of farms in Maine and Vermont. But it must be admitted that it is a serious matter to quarrel with a "dead sure" living, scant as ...

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. — 9 July 1891

if ~K PRINCETON UNION. PUBLlbUED EVERY THURSDAY. TEI^lvdlS, $2.00 Fer -STear. It DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIFTOB. OFFICE OVER RISES' STORE, SAW ST, PRINCETON, MINN JULY 9, 1891 HE farmer politicians devote so much of their time to "saving the country*' and damning the McKin ley bill that they have no time to feave their crops. HERON LAKE JYeios W did say that the Kepublican party might as well apply to have a re ceiver appointed if all members were like the editor of the Anoka Union, HALL and his pals in the Alli ance for revenue only, denounce Editor Fish, of the Great West, as a liar and a scoundrel. Fish is the superior of any of his Alliance detractors. WHEA INSPECTOR CLAUSEN'S chaiges against Hall, ex-president of the State Alliance, are true. Clausen makes specific charges and gives dates. Hall's simple denial amounts to nothing. HE St. Cloud Times wants somebody to vouch for Joe Coates' Demociaty. God help the De mocracy if Joe *Coates is recog nized as a specimen sample. In Joe'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING T5AST. Le. 8 20 A 8'43 Toreston Milaca.. GOING WK8T. I Milaca Foreston .lie 8-45P.M 4.05 Attention, O. A. Regular meetings of the Gen Sher man Post, No 142, GAR. will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of oath month, in their hall, over Caley's kwarerooms, Princeton, Minn CALHY, Commander JoflFl'lI NOKFS, Adjt. FKATERNAL LODGE, No. 93, A. &A.M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month. There will he special communications of Fra tarnal lodge No 92 A & A M. on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month Wll CORDINER, W 'CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. Lubricating oils from 25 to 80ots, at C. A. Jack's. Farmers have commenced to harvest rye and tame grass. Atlantic red or Eldorado castor machine oil, for sale at Jack's. Buy your machine oil of C. A. Jack. Largest and best assortment at lowest prices. Ten thousand acres of land, in Mille Lacs and adjoining counties, for sale by M. S. Ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

if! The Princeton Union. R.C.DUNN, Publisher. Term*:$2.00 per year in advance. THE Connecticut superior court has rendered a decision which practically sustains Governor Bulkeley as the de faco executive of that state. This is the second decision to a like effect. A CHICAGO physician to re open a wound he had dressed and left it un attended to because his bill was not paid when the work was finished: I is a pity the whipping post is not in vogue in the Windy City. THE emperor of China doesn't per mit any lawyers to fool away the time around his courts. simply orders the beheading of "all persons concerned in the recent riots and mas sacres," without bothering too much about the shave they had in the trou ble. THE princess of Wales having or dered her photographer to place like nesses of the royal family on a set of her daintiest china, the idea has been caught up by the public, and all Eng land is engaged in embellishing choice crockery with family likenesses. New York too, is follo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

*il W ^^ww^^^^^q CONVICTS CRUSHED. Louisiana's Penitentiary at Baton Rouge Partially Demolished by a Terrible Cyclone. Ten Convicts Caught Beneath the Fall ing Walls and Instantly Crushed to Death, BVTON ROUGE, La., July 7.A terrible cy clone struck thib city this morning, passing from southwest to northeast. It entered the city at the Gang brick yard, passed up through Catnshtown and struck the hill just to the east ot John Johnston's resi dence. Its path continued in a northeasterly di rection, crossing North Boulevard, a hun dred yards to the east of the governor's mansion. It then went north striking the penitentiary building. Ten convicts were killed and thirty-six injured. The iollow is a list ol the dead- WhitebIsaac McClelland of Calcasiu, A. Waegoiier of Claiborne, Fivd Case of Ouachita, James an Metter of Latchitchez, John Gibson, bo was one of the Mealey murdeiers, and William Willow of Oileans. GoloiedNathan hancey of East Feliciana, Henry Calegtme of Or'eans, Beauiegard...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 July 1891

1 i i M1LACAJZEPHYRS. MILACA, The Champion mower is the best, the most complete, the most satisfac toi and the most durable, its first cost is all it costs. For prices and terms see T. Caley. SPENCER BROOK ITEMS. SrEXCER BROOK, Thirty-two couples attended %i!^mw*\^h^%T^^W9 July 7, 1891. J. P. Mitchell visited Bi^ Lake last -week.. C. M. Gillette spout his fourth at his homo in Anoka. Win. Miller and wife spent their Fouith in Princeton. Yesterday was a cold disagree able day for the 6th of July. AY. O. Peterson and P. Bliss en joyed a visit to Cambridge the 4th. Mrs. Win. E. Lee returned from her Michigan trip last week. S. C. Bushey returned from a v\ eck's visit to his homo in Wiscon sin yesterday. About 50 Milaca people visited Piincetonthe 1th. They all re poit a good time. M. Meigs and J. P. Johnson were Feigns Falls, Saturday, the} lepoit a grand time at that pi tee Win. ILunnions spent the glori ous 4th in St. Cloud, enjoying a lide upon his bicycle on the paved stieet&. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

gry "'^'^lg|ify i'^l|i' '^W^W^^^^r R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XT. CORRESP ONDENTS: of New York Cambridge, W**- Princeton, the .ituatlon oremployments which linn I. learned I desire but one workerfrnmi.*i. .if. FRANK HEMSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pnes't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, OF PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transac ts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Impro\ed Farms and Approved Security. Germania Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, The City S Drug S Store, WM. MeCUAIG, 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 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. AND GO TO And get some of the Bargai...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

r. 1 DEAR EYES. Oh, love! Oh wife' thine eyes are they My springs from out whose shining gray Issue the sweet celestial dreams That feed my lite's bright Lake of Dreams. Oval and large and passion pure, And gray ana large and honor sure Soft as a dying violet's breath, Yet calmly unafraid of death. Thronged, line two dovecotes ofgray doves, With wile's and mother's and poor folk's lovers, And home-loves and high-glory loves, -And science loves and story loves. And loves for all that Ood and man Inark and nature make and plan, And lady loves for spidery lace And brodenes and supple grace. And diamonds and the whole sweet round Of littles that large life compound, -And loves for God and God's bare truth, And loves for Magdalen and Ruth. TDear eyes, dear eyes, and face complete, lBeing heavenly sweet and earthly sv^eet, II marvel that God made you mine, For whom he frowns, 'tis then ye shine! Sidney Lanier. PARTY'S POPPER. I hate roughing it, simply because I Iiad known what really rou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

i .5/ 10 pPftP^'T '^?1fif^$ M%''^W^n farm-yard manure for seAr Hilling- Potatoes, 1 k. THE MEM AND FIELD. INTERESTING SUBJEGTS FOR RURAL READING. Preservation of ManurePlants that Flavor ButterHilling Po- tatoesDepth of Good Soil. Preservation of Manure. The June bulletin (No. 32) of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station contains a great deal of sug gestive information with regard to va rious kinds of fertilizers. In the pages devoted to the barnyard manures there are two or three sections relat ing t-0 the fermentation of such ma nures, and the proper methods of caring for them to prevent the loss of fertahzing constituents. That there is a vast amount of indifferencenot to say ignoranceamong farmers with regard to the losses they suffer in con sequence of the heating r leaching of their stores of manure istoo painfully evident to those who have looked in to the matter. But the conditions under which farming is nowconducted inthisooun try all the older States, and even many ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

it $ I PKINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. DUNN, EniTOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFIC E OVE vm mi PRINCETON, MINN JULY16 1891. THE UNION A dotes not earo to do biibinehs with foreign advertisers. It ib neither pleasant :npr profita ble. BLAINE tor president and the gallant little Norwegian^ Knute Xelbon, jtor governor, would be an invincible combination in Minne sota. SOME of the State papers, nota bly the Anoka Union, are franti cally endea\oiing to manufacture a McGill bentiment. It is no use, gentlemen. Jle ib not in it. ACCORDING to the administration and mug-w ump newspapers Blaine i d} ins: dailj. The truth of the inattei ib Blaine eats three square meals and drives, twenty miles e^ ery da) in the week. POOR old demented Benedict. The boj are talking mean to him. They intimate that a pamphlet on boodleism with Benedict left out ould be very incomplete. Prob ably Ben proposes to tell about his povt er prebb and how and Avhen he pbtamed it. LONG I teim in the penitentiary and a sh...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

& qfflg* & "WK^ffj Great Northern Railway. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING T5A8T. GOING WK8T Poresion. Le 8 20 A I Milaca Milaca. 8 43 IForeston., JOSFPH NOh.ES, Adjt. Le 8*45P.M 4-05 Attention, G. A. K. Regular meetings of the Gen. Sher mmi Poet, No 142, G. A. will he held on tbe 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley's twarerooms, Princeton, Minn. T. H. CALEY, Commander. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. M. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month. There will he special communications of Fra ternal lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month Wa CORDINEB, W.M CIIAS A DICKEY, Sec. Dance at the Fair Grounds Friday eve ning. Potatoes will be a drug on the market this fall. Lubricating oils from 25 to 80cts, at C. A. Jack's. Another diphtheria case is reported from Foreston. Too much moisture at the wrong sea son of the year. The Crescent Theatre Company go to Elk River to-morrow ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

ffl i^ ly'i^ 1/ 1$ The Princeton Union. R.C.DUNN, Publisher. Termr$2.00 per year in advance. THE richest woman in the world is a Chilian widow, Donna Isidora Cousi no. Isidora has an income of $80,- 000 a month. Whether she remains rich will depend upon how much she has got invested elsewhere than in Chili. THE railway accident in West Vir ginia in which thirteen people were killed, following the Raven na horr or with its nineteen victims, serves to re call the old superstition which holds that such catastrophes follow the formula of "three times and out." LONDON city covers 77,410 acres, and has 4,211056 inhabitants, an increase of 400,000 the last ten years. This is the census of April 5, 1891. Th police district of London comprises 443,334 acres or about 70 0 square miles, and has 5,633,332 inhabitants. SHAKESPEAKE, according to Mrs. Abbey Judson, of Chicago, was on "wonderfully intimate terms with the spirit world." They do say that the immortal William was not only on quite int...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 July 1891

DEEP IN THE MIRE. Startling Disclosures Made Before Vari ous Committees of Inquiry in the Canadian Parliament, Many High Officials in Public Depart ments Susceptible to the Wity Boodlers. OTTAWA, Ont., July 14.There is great ex citeiuont in political circles over the start ling disclosures made before various par liamentary committees of inquiry during the past lew weeks. The evidence adduced thus far goes to show that the public officials are corrupt, and that an utter state ol demoralization prevails in all public departments. The opposition feel very jubilant over the progress made from day to day un earthm? Jresh scandals. It is confidently predicted that beloro the session closes the government, already reduced to a majority of twenty, will find itsell sitting on the op position benches. The various charges have aroused the entire country, and the independent newspapers do not hesitate to declare that the administration is drifting into a state of chaos. It remains to be seen w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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